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Texas A&M University-Commerce

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GENERAL

ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY

Name of school................................................................. Texas A&M University-Commerce City, State/Zip..................................................................................... Commerce, Texas 75429 Founded.................................................................................................................................. 1889 Enrollment............................................................................................................................. 9,340 Nickname............................................................................................................................. Lions School Colors........................................................................................................... Blue & Gold Arena...........................................................................................A&M-Commerce Field House Capacity .................................................................................................................................5,000 Affiliation........................................................................................................ NCAA Division II Conference.................................................................................................................... Lone Star President................................................................................................................ Dr. Dan Jones Athletic Director................................................................................................ Carlton Cooper Associate Athletic Director/Academic Affairs/SWA....................................... Judy Sackfield Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance............................................................ Koni Daws Director of Sports Medicine................................................................................ Warren Young Administrative Assistant to Athletic Director ................................................. Katrinia Clark

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach..................................................................................................................Craig Case Alma Mater . ....................................................................................St. Cloud State, 1999 Office Phone ............................................................................................. (903) 886-5576 E-mail .......................................................................Craig_Case@tamu-commerce.edu Fax Number .............................................................................................. (903) 468-8162 Assistant Coach .................................................................................................. Amanda Smith Office Phone ............................................................................................. (903) 886-5576

SPORTS INFORMATION

Director of Media and Public Relations/Volleyball Contact..........................Danny Kambel Office Phone.............................................................................................. (903) 886-5131 Cell Phone.................................................................................................. (903) 366-6093 Fax............................................................................................................... (903) 468-3033 E-mail.................................................................Daniel_Kambel@tamu-commerce.edu Website..................................................................................................... www.lionathletics.com

TEAM INFORMATION

2009 Overall Record............................................................................................................ 25-10 2009 Conference Record........................................................................................................ 8-5 Letterwinners Returning............................................................................................................ 6 Letterwinners Lost...................................................................................................................... 5 Newcomers................................................................................................................................... 9

HISTORY

First Year of Volleyball..........................................................................................................1978 All-Time Record..........................................................................................572-488, 31 seasons No. Years in NCAA Tournament/Last Appearance...................................................... 2/1988 Last Post-Season Opponent............................................................................Central Missouri 1988 NCAA Division II, South Central Regional, Second Round Result..........................................................................................................Loss; 1-15, 2-15, 1-15 Last LSC Tournament Post-Season Opponent/Year......................... West Texas A&M/2009 Result....................................................................................................Loss; 15-25, 11-25, 14-25

The University........................................................................................................................... 2-3 Commerce, Texas.........................................................................................................................4 Field House ..................................................................................................................................5 Texas A&M System Board of Regents ....................................................................................16 University Administration........................................................................................................17 Athletic Council ........................................................................................................................18

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Craig Case . ...........................................................................................................6 Assistant Coach: Amanda Smith . .............................................................................................6

2010 LIONS

Roster ............................................................................................................................................7 Naomi Mays .................................................................................................................................8 Terra Ousley . ...............................................................................................................................9 Rachael Shelton .........................................................................................................................10 Reagan Hayes .............................................................................................................................11 Morgan Moeller .........................................................................................................................12 Rachel Robertson ......................................................................................................................13 Newcomers . .........................................................................................................................14-15

ABOUT THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

Athletic Director: Carlton Cooper . ........................................................................................19 Athletic Department .................................................................................................................20 Athletic Department Management Staff and Head Coaches . .............................................21 Athletic Department Staff ........................................................................................................22 Sports Medicine . .......................................................................................................................23 Compliance ................................................................................................................................24 Academics ..................................................................................................................................25 Community Engagement ...................................................................................................26-27 Student-Athlete Advisory Commitee .....................................................................................28 NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills.....................................................................................................29

2009 IN REVIEW

Statistics and Results..................................................................................................................30

HISTORY

Records .......................................................................................................................................31 Honors ........................................................................................................................................32 All-Time Roster .........................................................................................................................33 Hall of Fame ...............................................................................................................................34 Bobby Fox Award ......................................................................................................................35 All-Time Results . ................................................................................................................36-40

MEDIA POLICIES

All interviews with Texas A&M-Commerce student-athletes and Coach Case must be arranged through the Media and Public Relations Office. Please call or email at least 24 hours in advance to set up an interview.

CREDITS

The 2010 Texas A&M University-Commerce volleyball media guide is a publication of the Texas A&M University-Commerce media and public relations office under the direction of director Danny Kambel. Design and layout by Danny Kambel and Nathan Pieratt. The cover designs by Nathan Pieratt, Director of Creative Services and Paul Bryan, Photographer at Texas A&M University-Commerce. Chief photography by Paul Bryan, Jared Horn and Vladimir Cherry. Additional photography by Craig Buck, Jeremy Enlow, Lori Fore, Rex Giddens, Jared Horn, Becky Pattillo, David Walvoord. Editorial assisstance and research provided by the athletic department staff at Texas A&M University-Commerce.

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THE University

OUR HISTORY Texas A&M University-Commerce began as East Texas Normal College in 1889 when founder William Leonidas Mayo opened the doors to a one-building campus in Cooper. His creed, which continues today, was “ceaseless industry, fearless investigation, unfettered thought, and unselfish service to others.” The institution’s history of dynamic change began in 1894 when “Mayo’s College” moved to Commerce. The State of Texas took over the campus in 1917 and the name was changed to East Texas State Normal College. In 1923, the school was renamed East Texas State Teachers College. The graduate program was added in 1935, and in 1957 the Legislature, recognizing that the purpose of the institution had broadened from teacher education, changed the name to East Texas State College. Following inauguration of the first doctoral program in 1962, the name was changed to East Texas State University. In 1996, the institution entered The Texas A&M University System and became Texas A&M University-Commerce. Today, on the Commerce campus, the Metroplex Center, the Universities Center at Dallas, Navarro College Partnership, and through state-of-the-art distance learning, the University meets the undergraduate, graduate and professional needs of the citizens of Northeast Texas and beyond. Its mission is achieved through teaching, scholarship, and service activities on its campuses, and in the community and region.

OUR VISION Texas A&M University-Commerce will be recognized as a premier regional University, distinctive for high expectations, a nurturing environment, and innovations in the enhancement of learning to produce graduates who distinguish themselves in their chosen careers and as active, contributing members of society.

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HISTORY By focusing on access, participation, and success of students in quality undergraduate and graduate degree programs, Texas A&M University-Commerce will become the University of choice for those seeking a higher education in the Northeast Texas area. As a result, Texas A&M University-Commerce will be recognized for the creation of partnerships and initiatives that promote intellectual, social, environmental, economic, and cultural advancement of the region and state.

OUR MISSION Texas A&M University-Commerce provides a personal educational experience for a diverse community of life-long learners. Our purpose is to discover and disseminate knowledge for leadership and service in an interconnected and dynamic world. Our challenge is to nurture partnerships for the intellectual, cultural, social, and economic vitality of Texas and beyond.

ACADEMICS • More than 100 fields of study through 26 academic departments • 103 undergraduate, 85 graduate and 7 doctoral majors • Also: Graduate School, Extended University

THE CAMPUS The historic main campus is located on 140 acres in Commerce, Texas, 65 miles northeast of Dallas. Classes also are offered at the Metroplex Center in Mesquite, the Universities Center in downtown Dallas and Navarro College in Corsicana.

Founded in 1889 by a young Kentuckian, William L. Mayo, the University began as a teacher-training or “normal” college. It was one of many such schools of the time, but from the beginning it was set apart by Professor Mayo’s progressive teaching style. He created a student-centered learning environment that was well ahead of its time, one where high standards and hands-on learning were emphasized as the best way to nurture students. That kind of teaching, along with his motto of “Ceaseless Industry, Fearless Investigation, Unfettered Thought, Unselfish Service to Others” has withstood the test of time to become the cornerstone of this, the fifth-oldest public University in Texas.

THE NAMES East Texas Normal College...........................1889-1917 East Texas State Normal College.................1917-1923 East Texas State Teachers College................1923-1957 East Texas State College................................1957-1965 East Texas State University...........................1965-1996 Texas A&M University-Commerce ...... 1996-Present

NOTABLE ALUMNI • Clint Dolezel, 13-year veteran of the Arena Football League, ranks second all-time in career passing yards, completions, touchdown passes and attempts • Sam Rayburn, longtime Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives • Wade Wilson, 2005 NFL Assistant Coach of the Year with Chicago Bears, 19-year NFL veteran and current quarterbacks coach of the Dallas Cowboys • Dwight White, four-time Super Bowl winner and All-NFL Team Member

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THE University

DR. BRENT MAGNUS Dean of College of Education & Human Services

DEGREE PROGRAMS OFFERED College of Education & Human Services Curriculum and Instruction (Interdisciplinary Studies)* Bilingual/ESL Early Childhood Middle Level Secondary Health and Human Performance* Athletic Training Coaching (minor only) Health Education Health Promotion Human Performance Kinesiology Sports and Recreation Psychology and Special Education* Psychology Special Education Social Work College of Business & Technology Accounting, Economics and Finance Accouting Professional Accountancy Economics Finance Applied Sciences Applied Arts and Sciences Business Administration and Management Information Systems Business Administration General Business Management Information Systems Industrial Engineering and Technology Construction Science Industrial Engineering Industrial Technology Technology Management

DR. HAL LANGFORD Dean of College of Business & Technology

DR. Salvatore Attardo Acting Dean of College of Arts & Sciences

Marketing and Management Human Resource Management Management Marketing College of Arts & Sciences Agricultural Sciences* Agribusiness Agricultural Economics Agricultural Science & Technology Animal Science Pre-Veterinary Medicine Plant & Soil Science Wildlife and Conservation Science Art* Art Ceramics Experimental Studies Painting Sculpture Art Communications Art Direction Communication Arts Design Communications New Media Photography Biological & Environmental Sciences* Pre-Professional programs: Allied Health Dentistry Medicine Medical Technology Nursing Osteopathy Optometry Pharmacy Physical Therapy Biological Science Environmental Sciences Wildlife & Conservation Science Chemistry* Chemistry Pre-Medical

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DR. Allan Headley Dean of Graduate School

Computer Science* Computer Information Systems Computer Science History* History Social Studies Liberal Studies Liberal Studies Literature & Languages English Spanish Mass Media, Communications & Theatre* Journalism New-Editorial Public Relations Radio/Television Speech Communication Theatre Mathematics Music* Music Music Education Music Performance Physics* Applied Physics Physics Pre-Engineering Political Science* Political Science Paralegal Studies Pre-Law Sociology & Criminal Justice* Criminal Justice Sociology * Teacher certification options available for these degree programs

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COMMERCE, TEXAS

MARC CLAYTON Interim City Manager

QUAY THROGMORTON Mayor

RICHARD HILL Mayor Pro-Tem

SUE DAVIS City Council Member

TONY HENRY City Council Member

Doug Rohrabaugh City Council Member

LOCATION:

Home of Texas A&M University-Commerce, the community is located in Hunt County, 65 miles northeast of Dallas off I-30 and 125 miles west of Texarkana. As the Gateway to Texas Lake Country, Commerce is less than 15 minutes from Cooper Lake, which offers fishing, camping, boating, and water skiing.

CLIMATE:

Annual Average Temperature – 63.6º F Monthly Average High – 74.3º F Monthly Average Low – 52.2º F Annual Average Rainfall – 45.3 inches Annual Average Snow – 2.3 inches

BACKGROUND:

Commerce was formally incorporated on September 25, 1885—which is why the Bois d’Arc Bash occurs on the nearest weekend. Starting with a population of 145, the town has grown to just over 9,300 with Texas A&M University-Commerce adding another 9,000 with its enrollment. In 1873, William Jernigin erected a general merchandise store on his farm near the present downtown – only a mile west of the rival Jackson store, a grist mill that had been around since the early 1850’s, in the village of Cow Hill. As commerce continued to flourish, Jackson finally moved his business to Commerce. Soon to follow was the Post Office, originally known as Ashland. When Jernigin generously gave a section of land for a town square, businesses thrived – the nearest competition being Greenville to the west, Ladonia to the north and Black Jack Grove to the south. In 1919, store-front owners on the square were assessed so much per food to pay for paving, completing the project within a year. They did a fine job, too, as most of the historic brick was saved during the 1985 downtown refurbishing. Commerce is considered the Bois d’Arc Capital of Texas. The Bois d’Arc tree, known for the hardness of its wood and its distinctive green “apples,” is the focus of an annual community festival held each September. The Bois d’Arc tree is indigenous to a total of 10,000 square miles in the rich bottom lands of Northeast Texas, Southeast Oklahoma and Southwest Arkansas. It has been spread by man across the United States and the world. The tree is known for its hardness, flexibility, durability and resistance to contact with moisture and soil. Due to its many uses, it is an important part of the history and folklore of Northeast Texas, and thus the first festival in Commerce in 1985 was called the Bois d’Arc Bash. Its many uses include fence posts, house foundation blocks, and hedges for fields of crops to keep animals out. The Chamber of Commerce at 1114 Main downtown has a display of many items made out of bois d’arc wood. Commerce honors its heritage each year by hosting the Bois d’Arc Bash – a time of celebration, fun and entertainment. The Bash includes: Car Show, arts and crafts, youth pageant, parade, 5K run, children’s activities, wine tasting event, music and food.

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FIELD HOUSE

Built in 1950 and formally dedicated on January 4, 1951, the Texas A&MCommerce Field House is in its 59th season as the home of Lion athletics. The Field House covers 69,000 square feet and will seat 5,000 people for either a volleyball or basketball contest. The facility is also the host to the University's Athletic Administration staff, the Sports Medicine Department department and the Health and Human Performance Department; in addition to the offices for the basketball, cross country and track and field, golf, soccer and volleyball teams. The Field House is shaped like an airplane hangar and has space for three basketball courts crossways. The floor allows three games to be played at the same time under one roof. The one lengthwise court is reserved for A&M-Commerce basketball and volleyball matches. With an arched roof, 58 feet from the ground at the highest point, is supported on steel beams that are stationed at one end.

GRADUATION

In the fall of 1949, then University President James Gee first announced the construction of the Field House and Memorial Stadium. At a cost of $325,000, the crews of George L. Dahl were able to complete the project in just over a year. Since the original structure was built, there have been four renovations including in 1969 that included a two-story addition for classrooms and offices, a dressing room and a storage area and latest renovation came during the winter of 2010 with the refurbishment of the main playing surface, a new sound system and two new Daktronics™ scoreboards. In addition to being the site of many great Lions basketball and volleyball contests, the facility is also the host to the University's commencement exercises as well as concerts and volleyball camps.

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Texas A&M University-Commerce Volleyball

COACHING STAFF

CRAIG CASE

WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT CRAIG CASE

Head Coach

Craig Case is beginning his first season as the head coach for Texas A&M UniversityCommerce. He was named the head volleyball coach on May 20, 2010. Upon his hiring, A&M-Commerce athletic director, Carlton Cooper said “we are very excited to have Craig Case join our Lion athletic family. He brings a wealth of experience and strong national recruiting ties to our program. We were looking for a volleyball coach to take our program to the next level as a nationally recognized program. We have selected the right person by choosing Craig Case to lead our volleyball program.” Case comes to A&M-Commerce with an extensive volleyball coaching career, including the last four seasons at Valley City State University in Valley City, North Dakota. In addition to serving as the Head Volleyball Coach, he also served as an instructor and as the school’s Sports Information Director. He guided the Vikings to its first winning season in nearly a decade and currently ranks third all-time in career wins in the program. At VCSU, Case coached the athletic department’s first-ever, first-team female All-American, two academic all-americans, an AVCA/NAIA Regional Player of the Year as well as multiple players, who earned conference recognition from the Dakota Athletic Conference. Among the recognitions were two DAC Liberos of the Year and a DAC Player of the Year. Twice, his team was recognized by the NAIA as Champions of Character and was recognized by the AVCA for its academic success. Concurrently, he had also been involved as the Director of the Valley City Juniors Volleyball Club. Case served as the Head Volleyball Coach at St. Gregory’s University in Shawnee, Oklahoma as they restarted their volleyball program in 2005, where he had a player earn all-Sooner Athletic Conference honors. Prior to that, he served for three seasons as an assistant coach and assistant in the athletic development office at Northern State University, where he directed two all-region performers and five all-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference selections, a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Libero of the Year and the team earned academic honors from the AVCA all three years. He has been active with volleyball camps ranging from remedial developmental to elite performance camps. He has served as a speaker at the North Dakota, South Dakota and the Oklahoma Volleyball Coaches Association clinics. Case received his bachelor’s degree from St. Cloud State University in 1999 and holds a master’s degree in education from St. Lawrence University and received his master’s degree in education with an emphasis in Physical Education, Health and Coaching at Northern State University.

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Valley City State University Athletic Director B.J. Pumroy “Craig will not only be missed by the VCSU campus but by the Valley City community as well. He has been a driving force in furthering the sport of volleyball in the community. His skills as a team member of the athletic department will be difficult to replicate.”

University of Iowa Head Coach Sharon Dingman “Craig is the consummate professional. He will continue to build Texas A&M University-Commerce into a championship caliber program. Craig is so passionate about developing players that I’m certain he will enrich the lives of his student-athletes and the entire athletic department.”

Northern Illinois University Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Sundance Wicks “Texas A&M University-Commerce hit the jackpot when they decided to hire Craig Case to lead a new era in their volleyball program. There are only a handful of coaches who are the complete package and able to develop players as much mentally as well as physically. His unbridled passion for the game allows Coach Case to be one of those rare coaches. Whatever his teams need, Coach Case is able to help them find an edge and keep his players sharp. There is absolutely know one who studies their craft more, respects the game, and wants to get the community involved in his program as much as Coach Case. He is unequivocally a phenomenal hire!”

University of Iowa Assistant Coach Jason Allen “I have had the privilege of knowing Craig for almost 10 years now. Craig’s intensity, passion, and knowledge of the game have allowed him to be successful with every program he has touched. His strong work ethic and vibrant personality will be great assets as he continues the A&M-Commerce tradition. Texas A&M University–Commerce has made an outstanding hire and I look forward to watching the program reach new heights under Craig’s leadership.”

AMANDA SMITH Assustant Coach

Amanda Smith begins her first season as an assistant volleyball coach for Texas A&M University-Commerce. Smith begins her collegiate coaching career after a standout career for Case at Valley City State University. In 2009, she was named as the Dakota Athletic Conference Libero of the Year, second team all-conference and a six-time selection as the Libero of the Week. She finished the season with a conference-leading 741 digs and 6.50 digs per set. The 6.50 digs were fourth in the nation en route to honorable mention AVCA All-Region recognition. The Burnsville, Minnesota natve graduated with her bachelor’s degree in health sciences May 2010.

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ROSTER

NUMERICAL ROSTER No.

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Name

Jordan Neal Reagan Hayes Dakota Crockett Kallie Carpenter Chelsee Hudson Rachael Shelton Chelsea Simonton Naomi Mays Rachel Robertson Terra Ousley Alyssa Hatton Morgan Moeller Ciara Holmes Sarah Owens Haley Richburg Kayla Bond

Height 5-10 5-11 5-7 5-6 5-10 5-6 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-11 5-9 6-1 5-11 5-9 6-0

Position

Year Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. RS-Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

Joshua, Texas/Joshua H.S. Pottsboro, Texas/Pottsboro H.S. Bowie, Texas/Bowie H.S. Hempstead, Texas/Waller H.S. Emory, Texas/Emory Rains H.S. Royse City, Texas/Belhaven College Mineral Wells, Texas/Mineral Wells H.S. Columbus, Texas/Tyler JC Princeton, Texas/Princeton H.S. Houston, Texas/Westfield H.S. Warren, Texas/Warren H.S. Scurry, Texas/Scurry-Rosser H.S. Terrell, Texas/Terrell H.S. Wortham, Texas/Navarro JC Rowlett, Texas/Sachse HS Denton, Texas/Ryan H.S.

Position

Year

Hometown/Last School

S OH/OPP L L OH/MB S/DS OH OH/MB MB MB OH/MB OH MB MB/OPP DS RS/MB

Hometown/Last School

Head Coach: Craig Case Assistant Coach: Amanda Smith

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No.

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Name

Kayla Bond Kallie Carpenter Dakota Crockett Alyssa Hatton Reagan Hayes Ciara Holmes Chelsee Hudson Naomi Mays Morgan Moeller Jordan Neal Terra Ousley Sarah Owens Haley Richburg Rachel Robertson Rachael Shelton Chelsea Simonton

Height 6-0 5-6 5-7 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-10 5-11 5-9 5-10 6-1 5-11 5-9 6-1 5-6 5-11

RS/MB L L OH/MB OH/OPP MB OH/MB OH/MB OH S/DS MB MB/OPP DS MB S OH

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. RS-Fr.

Denton, Texas/Ryan H.S. Hempstead, Texas/Waller H.S. Bowie, Texas/Bowie H.S. Warren, Texas/Warren H.S. Pottsboro, Texas/Pottsboro H.S. Terrell, Texas/Terrell H.S. Emory, Texas/Emory Rains H.S. Columbus, Texas/Tyler JC Scurry, Texas/Scurry-Rosser H.S. Joshua, Texas/Joshua H.S. Houston, Texas/Westfield H.S. Wortham, Texas/Navarro JC Rowlett, Texas/Sachse HS Princeton, Texas/Princeton H.S. Royse City, Texas/Belhaven College Mineral Wells, Texas/Mineral Wells H.S.

Head Coach: Craig Case Assistant Coach: Amanda Smith

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES

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NAOMI MAYS

5-11 • Senior • Outside Hitter/Middle Blocker Columbus, Texas • Tyler JC

CAREER HIGHS Kills .........................................24 twice, last Central Oklahoma (Nov. 12, 2009) ATTEMPTS . .............................76 Midwestern St. (Oct. 29, 2009) ASSISTS . ....................................1 four times, last Texas A&M-Kingsville (Sept. 17, 2009) DIGs .............................................8 twice, last Missouri Southern (Oct. 3, 2009) BLOCKs . ....................................5 Midwestern St. (Oct. 29, 2009)

2009 (as a junior): A second team all-Lone Star Conference selection... led the team in kills (404), third in block solos (eight) and fourth in block assists (25) and total blocks (33)...led the Lone Star Conference with 3.61 kills per set...had double-digit kills in 20 matches, including six with 20-plus kills...in eight-straight matches, she posted double-digit kills...averaged 3.62 kills against Lone Star Conference opponents...recorded a hitting percentage over .300 on five-different occasions...tallied seven-plus digs in five contests. Prior to A&M-Commerce: Spent her freshman and sophomore seasons at Tyler Junior College...helped the Lady Apaches reach the regional finals of the NJCAA Tournament in 2007...finished third on the team in kills with 204 kills and hit at a .214 clip as a sophomore...garnered all-region honors with 214 kills in 2006...earned first-team all-district recognition for three straight years at Columbus High School…nabbed two district MVP honors... named the school’s MVP for her efforts in volleyball, basketball and softball. Personal: Born May 3, 1988...daughter of Nina Waddle and Adistean Denly...a biology major.

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SP-MP 112-34

K 404

E 161

CAREER STATISTICS TA PCT. A SA 1,116 .218 4 0

D 83

BS BA BLK BE 8 25 33 11

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TERRA OUSLEY

6-1 • Senior • Middle Blocker Houston, Texas • Westfield H.S.

CAREER HIGHS Kills .........................................13 Central Okla. (Oct. 22, 2009) ATTEMPTS . .............................33 Midwestern St. (Oct. 29, 2009) ASSISTS . ....................................2 kla. Panhandle St. (Sept. 8, 2009) O DIGs .............................................5 Midwestern St. (Oct. 29, 2009) ACEs ............................................3 twice, last, Missouri Southern (Sept. 8, 2007) BLOCKs . ....................................7 twice, last, Midwestern St. (Oct. 29, 2009)

2009 (as a junior): Named to the Lone Star Conference All-Tournament Team along with teammate Perla Faudoa...played in all 35 matches and 128 sets...posted a team-best .288 hitting percentage, 18 block solos, 69 block assists and 87 total blocks...fourth on the team with 206 kills and 1.61 kills per set...eighth in the LSC in hitting percentage...had five matches, where she recorded double-digit kills, including a career best 13 against Central Oklahoma (Oct. 22)...pounded 12 kills on three occasions, including the LSC Tournament Quarterfinal win over Central Oklahoma (Nov. 12)...also matched a career-high with seven blocks against the Bronchos...had a career-best five digs and 33 attempts against Midwestern State (Oct. 29) as well as seven block assists and 12 kills. 2008 (as a sophomore): Led the Lions with .54 blocks per set...averaged 1.53 kills per set...posted a seasonbest .625 hitting percentage at Southwest Baptist (Sept. 6)...hit at a .611 clip along wtih a season-best 12 kills against Angelo State (Oct. 17)...posted five blocks at East Central (Sept. 20), four at Ouachita Baptist (Oct. 3) and Southeastern Oklahoma State (Sept. 18)...had a season-high four digs at Southwestern Oklahoma State (Oct. 30)...named to the Lone Star Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2007 (as a freshman): Played in 88 games and 26 matches...led the team with .68 blocks per game...finished third on the squad with 1.90 kills per game and a .196 hitting percentage...recorded nine or more kills in nine matchups...totaled a career-high seven blocks at Harding (Oct. 27)...had three or more blocks in ten games...earned season-high totals with 16 kills and four assists against Missouri Southern (Oct. 5)...collected eight digs against Southeastern Oklahoma (Sept. 20). Prior to A&M-Commerce: A two-year letterwinner and starter at Westfield High School...selected as Most Improved as a junior...earned second team all-district and academic all-district as a senior. Personal: Born April 25, 1989...daughter of Preston and Lois Ousley...a sociology major. Year 2009 2008 2007 Total

SP-MP 128-35 98-27 88-26 314-88

K 206 150 167 523

E 66 61 85 212

CAREER STATISTICS TA Pct. A SA 486 .288 5 0 360 .247 6 0 419 .196 9 14 1,265 .246 20 14

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BS 18 13 10 41

BA 69 40 50 159

BLK 87 53 60 200

BE 8 6 8 22

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RACHAEL SHELTON 5-6 • Senior • Setter Royse City, Texas • Belhaven College

2009 (as a junior): Played in nine matches, earning a start against Southern Arkansas (Sept. 15)...had 28 assists and five digs en route to a win over SAU...recorded a service ace against Southwestern Oklahoma (Oct. 29)...posted a kill against SAU and against Missouri Southern (Oct. 3)... accumulated two assists in the contest against New Mexico Highlands (Aug. 28).

CAREER HIGHS Kills ...........................................2 Cameron (Nov. 6, 2008) ATTEMPTS . ...............................8 Cameron (Nov. 6, 2008) ASSISTS . ..................................28 S outhern Arkansas (Sept. 15, 2009) DIGs .............................................8 Midwestern St. (Nov. 8, 2008) ACEs ............................................1 three times, last, Southwestern Oklahoma (Oct. 29, 2009)

2008 (as a sophomore): Opened the season with a career-high 15 assists against Paul Quinn (Aug. 29)...registered a career-best eight digs and two blocks against Midwestern State (Nov. 8)...collected seven digs at East Central (Sept. 20) and Tarleton State (Nov. 13)...hit a season-high two kills against Cameron (Nov. 6)...averaged 1.20 digs per set. Prior to A&M-Commerce: Spent freshman season at Belhaven College...garnered all-state and first-team all-district honors as a senior at Royse City High School...selected district MVP setter as a junior... received academic all-state and all-district honors as a senior and academic all-district honors as a junior...three-year letterwinner in volleyball at Royse City. Personal: Born November 4, 1988...daughter of Thomas and Debra Shelton...a human performance major.

BLOCKs . ....................................2 Midwestern St. (Nov. 8, 2008)

Year SP-MP 2009 12-9 2008 40-18 TOTAL 52-27

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K 3 2 5

E 2 5 7

CAREER STATISTICS TA PCT. A SA 16 .062 30 1 21 -.143 20 2 37 -.054 50 3

D 5 48 53

BS BA BLK BE 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 2 0

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REAGAN HAYES

5-11 • Sophomore • Opposite/Outside Hitter Pottsboro, Texas • Pottsboro H.S.

CAREER HIGHS Kills .........................................10 twice, last, Central Oklahoma (Oct. 22, 2009) ATTEMPTS . .............................32 Central Oklahoma (Oct. 22, 2009) ASSISTS . ....................................5 East Central (Nov. 5, 2009) DIGs ...........................................17 Midwestern St. (Oct. 29, 2009) ACEs ............................................5 Arkansas-Monticello (Nov. 2, 2009) BLOCKs . ....................................4 Central Oklahoma (Nov. 12, 2009)

2009 (as a freshman): Played in 32 matches, earning 10 starts – including the final five matches of the season...one of six Lions with over 100 kills...averaged 1.20 kills per set...had a double double against Central Oklahoma (Oct. 22) with 17 digs and 10 kills... also had double-digit kills against ArkansasMonticello (Sept. 9) with 10...posted a strong all-around performance in the Lone Star Conference quarterfinal win over Central Oklahoma (Nov. 12) with seven kills, eight digs and season-high four block assists...tallied five service aces and nine kills in the straight-set win at Arkansas-Monticello (Nov. 2)...recorded seven kills, six digs and five assists in the win over East Central (Nov. 5). Prior to A&M-Commerce: Selected Texas Girls Coaches Association First-Team All-State and Texas Sports Writers Association ThirdTeam All-State as a senior...received District 102A Most Valuable Player honors in 2008...earned first-team all-district recognition as a junior and senior...selected team captain in 2007 and 2008... garnered all-Texomaland honors in 2007 and in 2008, second-team all-district honors in 2006 and academic all-district recognition as a sophomore and junior...helped Pottsboro advance to the state semifinals in 2008... selected to participate in the Texas Girls Coaches Association Small School All-Star Team for the East. Personal: Born February 1, 1991...daughter of Steve and Rebecca Hayes...a biology major.

Year 2009

SP-MP 88-32

K 106

E 47

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MORGAN MOELLER 5-9 • Sophomore • Outside Hitter Scurry, Texas • Scurry-Rosser H.S.

2009 (as a freshman): Made 10 starts in 25 matches of action...posted the fourth-best hitting percentage on the team (.185)...averaged 1.90 digs, 1.47 kills, 0.38 assists and 0.36 blocks per set...had two matches with double-digit kills, including a season-best 14 against Dallas Baptist (Sept. 12)...recorded at least five digs in 12 matches, including a stretch of seven in a row...posted 11 kills, seven digs and four assists in the four-set win over Newman (Sept. 5)...notched double-digit attempts in 14 contests, including a stretch of seven-straight midway thorugh the season. represented A&M-Commerce along with Cairo Thornton at the 2010 Lone Star Conference Student-Athlete Advisory Committee retreat.

CAREER HIGHS

Prior to A&M-Commerce: Garnered 2008 Texas Sports Writers Association Third-Team All-State honors as a senior at ScurryRosser High School...named district MVP and led Scurry-Rosser to a the regional semifinals as a senior...earned all-district recognition in all four years of high school...selected as the district’s most valuable hitter in 2007 and most valuable blocker in 2006.. voted Scurry-Rosser’s Co-Athlete of the Year as a sophomore and as a senior...earned letters in volleyball, basketball, track and golf throughout her high school career...played for the Dallas Summit volleyball club team along with Reagan Hayes and Rachel Robertson.

Kills .........................................14 Southwest Baptist (Sept. 12, 2009) ATTEMPTS . .............................37 Southwest Baptist (Sept. 12, 2009) ASSISTS . ....................................4 Newman (Sept. 5, 2009) DIGs .............................................9 Southern Arkansas (Sept. 15, 2009) ACEs ............................................3 Quincy (Sept. 4, 2009)

Personal: Born March 8, 1991...daughter of James and Julie Moeller.

BLOCKs . ....................................3 three times, last, Angelo State (Oct. 8, 2009)

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E 35

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RACHEL ROBERTSON 6-1 • Sophomore • Middle Blocker Princeton, Texas • Princeton H.S.

CAREER HIGHS Kills .........................................16 East Central (Nov. 5, 2009) ATTEMPTS . .............................36 Central Oklahoma (Oct. 22, 2009) ASSISTS . ....................................1 twice, last, Southeastern Oklahoma (Nov. 7, 2009) DIGs .............................................6 Midwestern St. (Oct. 29, 2009) BLOCKs . ....................................4 Cameron (Oct. 31, 2009)

2009 (as a freshman): One of four Lions to play in all 128 sets...led the team with a .264 hitting percentage, second with 281 kills and 2.20 kills per set, plus 14 block solos, 53 block assists and 67 blocks...posted a .259 hitting percentage against LSC opponents...had 11 matches with double-figure kills...second among LSC freshman with 2.20 kills per set... held without a block in just three of the 35 matches...in the LSC Tournament quarterfinal win over Central Oklahoma (Nov. 12), she had six kills, four block assists and two service aces...posted nine kills and had five blocks against Dallas Baptist (Oct. 2)...tallied 10 kills and seven digs in the straight-set win over Southern Arkansas (Sept. 15). Prior to A&M-Commerce: Collected 2008 Texas Sports Writers Association Third-Team All-State honors as a senior at Princeton High School...named district’s offensive player of the year in 2008...selected to participate in the Texas Girls Coaches Association Small School All-Star Team for the East along with Reagan Hayes...in track and field, she was the district champion and set the Lancaster Regional Qualifier meet record in the high jump...earned first-team all-district honors as a junior and senior, and second team honors as a sophomore ...finished third at the regional track and field meet in the meet...saw action as a goalie on the soccer team...played for the Dallas Summit volleyball club team for two years which qualified for the national tournament in 2009...a three-sport letterwinner in high school, earning four in track and field, three in volleyball and one in soccer. Personal: Born July 29, 1991...daughter of William and Karen Robertson.

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NEWCOMERS PLAYER PROFILES JORDAN NEAL 5-10 • Freshman • Setter Joshua, Texas • Joshua H.S.

#1

Prior to A&M-Commerce: A four-year letterwinner on the volleyball team, where she set school career records for aces (312), kills (1,501) and assists (1,928)...a three-time first team all-district selection...named Defensive Player of the County as a senior...a two-time team MVP and Offensive Player of the Year recipient...served as team captain during her sophomore, junior and senior years...recognized on multiple all-tournament teams...played on the Tejas Volleyball Club team along with Kayla Bond which reached the USAV Girls’ Junior Nationals this past spring. Personal: Born October 24, 1991...daughter of Jimmy and Celeste Neal...plans to major in English.

DAKOTA CROCKETT 5-7 • Freshman • Libero Bowie, Texas • Bowie H.S.

#3

Prior to A&M-Commerce: A four-year letterwinner in track and field and three-year letterwinner in volleyball...a threetime all-district selection, earning second team honors as a senior, first team as a junior and honorable mention as a sophomore...as a member of the TAV VB Rags Blue Club Team that finished third at the USAV Nationals in the American Division...team was district and area champions and regional quarterfinalists as a junior...qualified in the long and triple jump and as a member of the 4x200-meter relay for the regional track and field meet as a senior. Personal: Born November 22, 1991...daughter of Betty Sanders...plans to major in graphic design.

KALLIE CARPENTER 5-6 • Freshman • Libero Hempstead, Texas • Waller H.S.

#4

Prior to A&M-Commerce: A three-time all-district selection, earning first team honors as a senior...also, a three-time academic all-district selection...named TGCA Academic All-State as a senior...team won the regional and area championship and Pasadena Invitational as a senior...a four-year member of the volleyball team and three-year member of the track and field team. Personal: Born February 21, 1992...daughter of Ricky and Sharron Carpenter...plans to major in education.

CHELSEE HUDSON 5-10 • Freshman • Outside Hitter Emory, Texas • Emory Rains H.S.

#5

Prior to A&M-Commerce: Named second team all-state and academic all-district as a senior...selected as the district’s co-offensive player of the year...recipient of the district newcomer of the year award as a sophomore...a three-year member of the volleyball and basketball team...as a member of the basketball team, she earned first team all-district honors as a freshman, offensive MVP honors as a sophomore and team MVP recognition as a junior. Personal: Born March 8, 1992...daughter of Michael and Charissa White.

CHELSEA SIMONTON

5-11 • Redshirt Freshman • Outside Hitter Mineral Wells, Texas • Mineral Wells H.S.

#7

2009: Redshirted. Prior to A&M-Commerce: Earned the 2008 Best Hitter Award as a senior at Mineral Wells High School...named second-team all-district in 2008...received all-academic honors in both volleyball and softball...slammed a season-high 21 kills against Saginaw. Personal: Born December 4, 1990...daughter of Scott and Kelly Simonton...education major.

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NEWCOMERS PLAYER PROFILES ALYSSA HATTON

5-11 • Freshman • Outside Hitter/Middle Blocker Warren, Texas • Warren H.S.

#11

Prior to A&M-Commerce: Named first team all-area and Texas Girls Coaches Association all-state and academic allstate as a senior...honored as the district MVP as a senior...picked as Offensive Player of the Year and second team all-area as a junior...a first team all-district honoree as a sophomore. Personal: Born October 15, 1991...daughter of Grady and Belinda Hatton...plans to major in English.

CIARA HOLMES

6-1 • Freshman • Middle Blocker Terrell, Texas • Terrell H.S.

#13

Prior to A&M-Commerce: Named first team all-district and reecognized as the district’s blocker of the year as a senior... led team to a school record 25 wins...a three-time team MVP selection...honored as the team’s Offensive MVP as a freshman...earned second team all-district recognition in basketball as a senior. Personal: Born May 16, 1992...daughter of Johnnie Holmes.

SARAH OWENS

5-11 • Junior • Middle Blocker/Opposite Wortham, Texas • Navarro Junior College

#14

Prior to A&M-Commerce: Named first team all-district and reecognized as the district’s blocker of the year as a senior... led team to a school record 25 wins...a three-time team MVP selection...honored as the team’s Offensive MVP as a freshman...earned second team all-district recognition in basketball as a senior. Personal: Born March 29, 1990...daughter of Rhonda Looney...plans to major in animal science.

HALEY RICHBURG

5-9 • Freshman • Defensive Specialist Rowlett, Texas • Sachse H.S.

#15

2009: Played on the A&M-Commerce club team as a freshman. Prior to A&M-Commerce: A three-year letterwinner and three-time all-district selection at Sachse High School...served as the team captain, during her senior year...recognized as academic all-state as a senior...named a superintendent scholar as a sophomore...played for three years on the Dallas Summit Club volleyball team. Personal: Born October 9, 1990...daughter of Jan and Nathan Richburg...a human performance major.

KAYLA BOND

6-0 • Freshman • Middle Blocker/Right Side Denton, Texas • Ryan H.S.

#16

Prior to A&M-Commerce: Led Denton Ryan to first-ever district title and regional runner-up finish as a senior...earned multiple honors as a senior, including TGCA and TSWA All-State as well as Texas Girls Coaches Association Academic All-State...named district and Billy Ryan MVP...a two-time selection as the Denton Record-Chronicle Offensive Player of the Year...chosen as the district Blocker of the Year as a junior...played on the Tejas Volleyball Club team along with Jordan Neal which reached the USAV Girls’ Junior National this past spring. Personal: Born June 17, 1992...daughter of Craig and Terri Bond...plans to major in education.

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TEXAS A&M SYSTEM BOARD OF REGENTS MICHAEL D. McKINNEY, M.D. Chancellor, The Texas A&M University System Dr. Michael D. McKinney is chancellor of The Texas A&M University System. Since taking office in 2006, he has assembled a leadership team of top researchers, policy-makers, planners and implementers to guide the A&M System into a new era of cooperation, achievement and international prestige. Dr. McKinney has championed the recruitment of the best and brightest faculty, staff and administrators at the System’s 11 universities, seven state agencies and health science center. Under his leadership, the System’s Office of Technology Commercialization has expanded the ways in which universities and the public can benefit from commercial alliances. Another mark of his leadership can be seen in booming enrollment across the System, which has increased to more than 109,000 students. That includes more than 22,000 graduates this year.

Dr. McKinney came to the A&M System from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, where he was senior executive vice president and chief operating officer. He is a former chief of staff to Governor Rick Perry, and was appointed commissioner of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission by former Governor George W. Bush. Dr. McKinney practiced medicine for 16 years in Centerville, Texas, and served in the State Legislature from 1984 to 1991. He was recognized as one of the Ten Best Legislators and was speaker pro-tempore from 1989 to 1990. The University of Texas Medical Branch awarded him the Ashbel Smith Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2009, the highest alumni honor bestowed by the university’s School of Medicine Alumni Association.

MORRIS E. FOSTER Chairman

JAMES P. WILSON Vice Chairman

PHIL ADAMS

RICHARD A. BOX

LUPE FRAGA

BILL JONES

JIM SCHWERTNER

GENE STALLINGS

IDA CLEMENT STEEN

CRESENCIO DAVILA Student Regent

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UnivERSITY ADMINISTRATION DR. DAN JONES President Dr. Dan Jones, the 11th president of Texas A&M University-Commerce, was appointed by The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents in July 2008. Born in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, Dr. Jones earned bachelor’s degrees in journalism and English from the University of Texas at Austin. Jones went on to pursue a master’s degree in English from Rice University, as well as a master’s degree and Ph.D. in American studies from the University of Iowa. Jones’s career in education began at Casper College in Casper, Wyoming, where he served as an English instructor. He continued his academic career at the University of Houston-Downtown, where he served as Dean of University College. From 2003-2008, he served as provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at Texas A&M International University. As president, he is passionate about the power of education to transform lives, families, and communities. He has partnered with the Hispanic, Black, Asian, and North Dallas Chambers of Commerce, and has implemented strategic initiatives geared at making A&M-Commerce both military friendly and a Hispanic-serving Institution (HSI). Jones also played a key role in the hiring of head football coach Guy Morriss. Jones is married to Jalinna Jones, and has two daughters, Aislinn and Allyson.

DR. RANDY McBROOM Faculty Athletics Representative Associate VP for Academic Affairs

Dr. Randy McBroom, the associate vice president for academic affairs at A&M-Commerce, is in his 12th year as the university’s faculty athletics representative. The Bonham, Texas native earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from East Texas State University, and his Ph.D. from the University of North Texas. In 1989, he returned to his alma mater as an assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice. As a faculty member at A&M-Commerce, he has received numerous teaching awards including the Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award, the Student Government Association Faculty of the Year award and the Sigma Xi Outstanding Science Teacher award. In 2000, he was appointed as the director of institutional research, and in 2001, he was named the assistant to the president for planning and institutional effectiveness. Since 1995, McBroom has served on the A&M-Commerce Alumni Association Board of Directors. McBroom and his wife, Dana, live on the family farm where they raise horses and take care of their grandchildren.

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MR. BOB BROWN Vice President for Business Administration

DR. MARY HENDRIX Vice President for Access and Success

RANDY VAN DEVEN Vice President for Instiutional Advancement

DR. LARRY LEMANSKI Provost

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RANDY McBROOM, Ph.D. Chairperson

PAIGE BUSSELL

QUYNH DANG, Ph.D.

KONI DAWS (Ex-Officio)

KIM LAIRD

JERRY LYTLE

KENNETH CLINTON, Ph.D.

ERIC GRUVER, Ed.D.

BRENT MANGUS, Ed.D.

CARLTON COOPER (Ex-Officio)

LaVELLE HENDRICKS, Ph.D.

CHUCK NASH

NOT PICTURED: John Ballotti Maria Ramos Stephen Starnes JUDY SACKFIELD (Ex-Officio)

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DONNA SPINATO

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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: CARLTON COOPER Carlton Cooper is in his fourth year as the athletic director at Texas A&M University-Commerce after spending the previous nine years working for the athletic department at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He comes with an extensive athletic background as a former student-athlete and as a supervisor of internal and external affairs within intercollegiate athletics. Under Cooper’s leadership at A&M-Commerce, the athletic department has already made significant strides in becoming a national leader in athletics. The athletic department has seen a rise in graduation rates among its student-athletes and initiated an athletic director’s breakfast for student-athletes who earn a 3.0 or higher gradepoint average during the year. He has been a driving force behind a significant upgrade to all the athletic facilities including the addition of the second largest scoreboard and video board in NCAA Division II athletics, the installation of bleachers to the east side of Memorial Stadium, air conditioning to the A&M-Commerce Field House, lights to the A&M-Commerce Soccer Field, a brand new football locker room, renovations to the coaches and athletic administration offices as well as the locker rooms and the athletic training and rehabilitation room, added new basketball goals with three-dimensional clocks and a new court. He has also implemented a compliance education program and increased community engagement and community awareness. Cooper has been an active speaker in the community speaking at the Dixie Softball Boys and Girls Convention, the all sports banquets at Mountain View College and Dallas Lincoln High School and the Paris ISD Black History Month. Under Cooper’s administration, the university has established partnerships with Domino’s Pizza, Nike, Pepsi and Pizza Hut. The university has proposed and passed its first athletic fee; plus, the annual giving, attendance, budget and sponsorships have all doubled. Also under his administration, the athletic department has also balanced its budget for three-straight years. Cooper currently serves on the Division II Athletic Director’s Association Executive Board of Directors for a four-year term. He and the athletic department have also brought in instructional/ motivational speakers to talk with the student-athletes, started a kickoff luncheon for fall and spring sports, seen an increase in tailgating at home games and renewed the Blue-Gold football scrimmage at the end of spring football practice. Cooper has started annual events including FCA GameDay and the John McLendon Foundation basketball game. He has brought back such traditional events as the Dr. Jesse J. Hawthorne Relays and the Margo Harbison cross country meet. Under his leadership, seven individuals have earned All-American honors and 23 have received all region recognition. Lions’ student-athletes have also picked up 38 first team all-Lone Star Conference honors, 18 to the second team and 13 honorable mention. Academically, two have earned CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine academic all-district, 15 have been named to the LSC All-Academic Team and an additional 18 more were named to the conference’s Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Cooper has also hired Mark Pryor, the 2009 Lone Star Conference Volleyball Coach of the Year and Guy Morriss, the 2009 Lone Star Conference North Division Coach of the Year. In his second year, in 2008, the women’s soccer team reached the third round of the NCAA Tournament, four members of the track and field team qualified for the NCAA Championships, the men’s golf team qualified for the NCAA South Central Regional Tournament. Cooper served as the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Internal Operations at SMU from 2000 to 2007, where he was responsible for the coordination of day-to-day internal operations of the athletic department while assisting the director of athletics in supervising and providing leadership for department initiatives. He was involved in the development of long-range and annual operating plans. From 1998 to 2000, Cooper served as the SMU’s Community Relations Director.

He holds memberships to a number of organizations and has served as a board member for the Dallas All-Sports Association, SMU Advisory Board for the new student recreation center, Longhorn Hall of Honor, SMU Ex-Student Association, and the University of Texas Ex-Student Association. In the past, he has been active on the NCAA Championship Cabinet and is also involved in the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Dallas Asian and Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, NACDA and the University of Texas Longhorn Foundation. The Paris, Texas native was added to the Wall of Fame at the Boys and Girls Club of the Red River Valley in the spring of 2007. Cooper played college basketball at the University of Texas from 1982 to 1985 and was drafted by the Dallas Mavericks. He went on to serve as a player/coach in the Netherlands, New Zealand and Philippines before returning to Paris in 1994 to become the Head Boys Basketball Coach and with Assistant Principal duties. Cooper earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from the University of Texas in 1985. A two-time member of the Dean’s List, he received the Texas Teacher Certificate in 1985 as well. Cooper collected a graduate certificate in mediation/arbitration from SMU in 2000 and earned a Master’s of Liberal Arts degree from SMU in December 2001. Cooper was a four-year letterwinner of the men’s basketball team at Texas, where he also was an assistant coach when they won a regular season conference title in 1986. He is the son of Clarence and Barbara Cooper of Paris, Texas is married to Niesje and they have four children, Brandon, Danielle, Chanel, Ava and dog, Holiday.

Family: Wife - Niesje; Daughters - Ava (center) and Chanel (right)

Athletic Director’s Breakfast of Champions

Black History Month at Paris ISD Graduation “ET” Old School Reunion

1989-90 Men’s Basketball Team

Distinguished Alumni Reception with Joe Hinton

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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT JUDY SACKFIELD Associate Athletic Director for Academic Affairs/SWA

Judy Sackfield joined the Texas A&M University-Commerce Staff January 2008 as the Associate Athletic Director for Academic Affairs and Senior Woman Administrator. As the Associate Athletic Director for Academic Affairs, Sackfield manages the academic support services for student-athletes and is the advisor to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). Sackfield oversees the NCAA degree progress, academic planning, and postgraduate opportunities for A&M commerce student-athletes. Sackfield has been instrumental in implementing academic support service initiatives and developing relationships within the academic departments throughout the A&M Commerce campus. At A&M-Commerce, Sackfield is the sport administrator over the men’s and woman’s basketball and volleyball programs. She also serves as the UIL Championship Director for basketball, track & field and volleyball. In addition, Sackfield is an instructor within the A&M Commence Health and Human Performance Department in the College of Education. Prior to Sackfield’s arrival at A&M-Commerce she was the Associate Athletic Director for Academic Services at UAB where she served 10 years directing the academic support unit. While at UAB, Sackfield was instrumental in developing a comprehensive advising unit with her primary focus dealing with the total development of the individual student-athlete. She was responsible for the student-athlete advisory committee and the CHAMPS/Life Skills program coordinator. She also served on the faculty within the Department of Human Studies in the School of Education. Prior to her academic support services position, Sackfield was the head volleyball coach at UAB from 1992-99 and Georgia Tech from 1985-91. She is an active member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators (NACWAA), and National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics (N4A). In addition, she has served on the CHAMPS Advisory Board for the Division IA Athletic Directors Association. Currently Sackfield serves on the NACWA Awards Committee and the NACWA 2010 Local Organizing Committee. She has served as the chairperson on multiple job search committees as well as academic enhancement committees within the university. The native of Scarborough Ontario, Canada, Sackfield is a graduate of Clemson University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Parks, Recreation & Tourism Management. Sackfield earned her masters degree from UAB in Education with an emphasis in Sports Administration. Sackfield played volleyball for the Clemson Tigers, where she was a four year letter winner and a two-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection.

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Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance Koni Daws was named the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance at Texas A&M UniversityCommerce in November 2009. In addition to monitoring compliance with NCAA, conference and University Rules and bylaws, she serves as the sport administrator for men’s and women’s cross country/track and field and women’s

soccer programs. She spent the last seven years at Southern Methodist University. While at SMU, she was involved in the areas of sports administration, NCAA compliance and research, financial aid, admissions, academic advising and monitoring and program development. Daws also has served as the director for NCAA and Conference USA championships, served as a member of university committees as well as the NCAA Academic/Eligibility/Compliance cabinet. Daws joined the SMU staff as the Coordinator of StudentAthlete Financial Aid/Student Services in May 2002 and advanced in her career including being named an Assistant Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator in August 2005. Before coming to SMU, she served in multiple positions at Oklahoma State University including the Career Consultant for Student-Athletes, Senior Financial Coordinator and as an adjunct member of the Accounting faculty. She also served as the Director of Finance/Assistant Director of Legislative Services at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Nebraska, master’s in accountancy from the University of Missouri and a master’s in sport administration from Wichita State University. Daws is also a 1997 NACWAA/HERS graduate.

KATRINIA CLARK Administrative Assistant to Athletic Director

Katrinia Clark is in her second year as the administrative assistant to the athletic director. The Paris, Texas native came to A&M-Commerce after a management career with Hertz Rental Car company in Las Vegas, Nevada. At A&M-Commerce, she handles the coordination of the activities of the athletic director and special events including the All Sports Banquet and the Hall of Fame. She graduated with her bachelor’s degree in business marketing from Texas A&M-Commerce in 2006. Clark and her husband, James live in Greenville. She is the daughter of Brent McKee of Paris and Sherry McKee of Hartshorne, Oklahoma.

WARREN YOUNG

Director of Sports Medicine Warren Young was named the Director of Sports Medicine at Texas A&M University-Commerce in September 2007. Young serves as the sport administrator for the football program and the supervior of A&MCommerce athletic facilities - Memorial Stadium, T-Lounge and Whitley Gym. Young has implemented the ImPaCT Concussion Management Program and added new equipment and treatment modalities to the sports medicine program at A&M-Commerce. Before coming to A&M-Commerce, he served as the Assistant Football Athletic Trainer and Director of Undergraduate Student Athletic Trainer program at Southern Methodist University in Dallas for five years. Young has also been involved with student athletic trainers as well as sports coverage, including track and field and cross country. In addition to his intercollegiate experience, he has worked as an assistant athletic trainer for a MLS team and a NFL team. Away from work, he has been involved with the Cotton Bowl Athletic Association, Jesuit College Preparatory School and Ryan Gibson Foundation for Leukemia Advocacy. Young is married to Annie Taszarek of Plano and the two have a dog, Hank and a cat, Honey.

DANNY KAMBEL

Director of Media and Public Relations Danny Kambel is in his fifth year as the Director of Media and Public Relations at Texas A&M-Commerce. At A&M-Commerce, Kambel serves as the primary media and public relations liaision for all 11 intercollegiate sports. He also handles the oversight of production and design of athletics publications and the website (www.lionathletics.com). While at A&M-Commerce, he has landed media coverage in the Los Angeles Times, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Miami Herald, Dallas Morning News and Fort Worth Star Telegram featuring student-athletes and Lions athletics. Before coming to A&M-Commerce, Kambel served as a media relations coordinator at Florida International University and as an assistant director for athletic media relations at Indiana State University. In addition, he did a pair of one-year internships at Indiana University and the U.S. Naval Academy. He has served as the media coordinator for two NCAA Championships, a NCAA regional and on the sports information staff at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta and the 2003 World Basketball Championships in Indianapolis. The Eldridge, Iowa native earned his associate’s degree from Columbus State Community College in 1996 and went on to earn his bachelor’s degree from the University of Toledo in 1999. In 2006, he was inducted into the Columbus State Community College, Sport and Exercise Studies Hall of Fame.

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Management Staff

CARLTON COOPER Athletic Director

JUDY SACKFIELD Associate AD for Academic Affairs/SWA

WARREN YOUNG Director of Sports Medicine

KATRINIA CLARK Assistant to Athletic Director

KONI DAWS Assistant AD for Compliance

Head Coaches

NICOLE ANDERSON Head Women’s Basketball Coach

GUY MORRISS Head Football Coach

DR. LOUIE BLEDSOE Head Men’s and Women’s Golf Coach

NEIL PIPER Head Soccer Coach

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SARA DAVIS Head Women’s Track & Field Coach

CRAIG CASE Head Volleyball Coach

DARREN SCHNEIDER Head Men’s Cross Country Track & Field Coach

SAM WALKER Head Men’s Basketball Coach

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JENNIFER ALVARADO Graduate Assistant Soccer Coach

LEONARD BISHOP Graduate Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

JASON BURTON Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

ADELINA GENTRY Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

LUKE HIGGINS Graduate Assistant Football Coach

Courtney Hobbs Assistant Athletic Trainer

KELLY DAILY Cheerleading Advisor

RICKY DIRKS Memorial Stadium Facilities

JASON GELBER Assistant Football Coach

DANNY KAMBEL Director of Media and Public Relations

DAN LOUNSBURY Assistant Football Coach

BRET McQUISTON Field House Facilities

NICK MYATT Graduate Assistant Football Coach

TIM NEAL Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

HEATHER PANTALION Graduate Assistant Golf Coach

JACK PEAVEY Assistant Football Coach

MARIO PRICE Graduate Assistant Football Coach

LEE RIDDLE Accounts Payable

AMANDA SMITH Graduate Assistant Volleyball Coach

DUSTAN THRIFT Assistant Athletic Trainer

KRYSTAL TYREE Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

JUSTIN VALENTINE Assistant Football Coach

BRIAN WILLIAMS Assistant Football Coach

BYRON WILLIAMS Assistant Football Coach

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SPORTS MEDICINE

The sports medicine staff at Texas A&M-Commerce is dedicated to preventing injury, rapidly diagnosing and treating injury, in addition to maximizing athletic performance. Director of Sports Medicine Warren Young is assisted by full-time, cerified and licensed athletic trainers Courtney Hobbs and Dustan Thrift; certified and licensed graduate assistant athletic trainers Tim Neal and Krystal Tyree as well as 12 student athletic trainers. The Lions largest treatment facility is located in the A&MCommerce Field House. At the Field House, available equipment includes: cryotherapy, hydrotherapy, moist heat, electrical muscle stimulation and ultrasound. A&M-Commerce student-athletes also perform rehabilitation at Hulsey Physical Therapy Clinic.

WARREN YOUNG Director of Sports Medicine

Courtney Hobbs Assistant Athletic Trainer

TIM NEAL Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

KRYSTAL TYREE Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

DR. JEFF WALLACE Head Team Physician

DR. GREG HULSEY Team Physical Therapist

DUSTAN THRIFT Assistant Athletic Trainer

Team Specialists Dr. Lawrence Ahn – Concussion Dr. Russ Birdwell, MD – General Surgeon Dr. Bruce Byrne, MD – Hand Surgeon Dr. Drew Dossett, MD – Neck/Spine Surgeon Maxine Mendoza–Welch, PA – Student Health Services Dr. Marc McDaniel, DDS – Dentist Dr. Chris Royer, MD – Foot/Ankle Surgeon Dr. Michael Sills – Cardiologist Dr. Tom Silvaggi – Family Medicine Dr. Neil Vora – Ear, Nose and Threat Dr. Herb Williams – Optometrist Student Athletic Trainers Michael Adeymo Danielle Amos Felicia Benavides Patrick Britt Marnice Davis Comella Draper Jaimee Harris Heather Rigal Reagan Stinson Brittanie Tribble Trichelle Walters Clarissa Wilburn

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COMPLIANCE

Dear Prospective Student-Athlete As a prospective student-athlete, you may have the athletic ability to play at Texas A&M University-Commerce. If so, you may be exposed to a large amount of recruitment from various universities across the nation. Throughout the recruitment process, coaches may reference various NCAA rules and regulations. The rules are designed for various reasons, but the two primary reasons are to ease the pressures on the prospective student-athlete and to level the playing field from one university to another. During the recruiting process you may have some of the following questions: When and how often may I visit a university’s campus? How many times may a coach observe me in practice or a competition? When, where and how often may a coach telephone me? What academic credentials do I need to be eligible to play collegiate sports? All of these answers and more may be obtained from Texas A&M University-Commerce or the NCAA by requesting the NCAA Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete. This guide may be provided to a prospective student-athlete at any time. The guide will discuss issues related to Division I, II and III, academic eligibility, financial aid, recruitment and many more. To receive the guide, simply request it from the Texas A&M University-Commerce coach who is recruiting you or call the NCAA Hotline at 1-800-638-3731 or go online at www.ncaa.org. Select the StudentAthlete Experience link, then selecting Becoming a Student-Athlete, then select either D1 Toolkit or D2 Toolkit. This site will answer most of your questions but if you need additional information, you can click on the Guide for the College Bound Student-Athlete link under Related Links on the right-hand side of the web page.. Violations of NCAA rules during your recruitment may jeopardize your collegiate eligibility; therefore, you and your parents need to learn as much as possible about the recruitment process.

Compliance Guidelines

The Athletic Department takes great pride in abiding by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Lone Star Conference rules and guidelines that govern Division II competition. For the benefit of the many alumni, fans and booster club members who are so active in supporting and assisting the Lions throughout the year, we would like to remind everyone of a few definitions and rules that apply to all athletic representatives and boosters. NCAA Principles Institutional Control It is the responsibility of Texas A&M University-Commerce to control its intercollegiate athletic program in compliance with the rules and regulations of the NCAA. Responsibility The Texas A&M University-Commerce athletic department has responsibility for the conduct of its program includes responsibility for the actions of its staff members and for the actions of any other individual, booster or organization engaged in activities promoting the athletic interests of the institution. Compliance Texas A&M University-Commerce must monitor its program to assure compliance and to identify and report to the NCAA instances in which compliance has not been achieved. An institution found to have violated NCAA rules is subject to disciplinary and corrective actions as determined by the NCAA. NCAA Definitions Athletic Representative/Booster You are considered to be a Texas A&M University-Commerce athletic representative if you: • Are a present or past member of a Texas A&M University-Commerce booster club or agency that promotes the Lions’ intercollegiate athletic program; • Have made financial contributions to the athletic department or to an athletic booster organization of the Texas A&M University-Commerce; • Are, or have been, providing benefits (e.g., summer jobs, meals etc.) to enrolled student-athletes, their family members or friends; • Are, or have been involved in any manner of promoting the Texas A&M UniversityCommerce intercollegiate athletic program.

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Please note: Once an individual is identified as an athletic representative, that person retains that identity indefinitely. Texas A&M University-Commerce is ultimately responsible for the acts of all “representatives of athletic interests” in relation to NCAA rules and regulations. Prospective Student-Athlete A prospective student-athlete is a student who has started classes for the ninth grade or above, including students in prep schools and junior colleges as well as students who have officially withdrawn from a four-year institution and plan to transfer to another institution. In addition, a student who has not started classes for the ninth grade becomes a prospective student-athlete if the institution or a Texas A&M UniversityCommerce booster provides the individual or the individual’s relatives or friends with any financial assistance or benefits that the institution does not provide to prospective students in general. A good rule of thumb is to treat ALL STUDENTS as prospects. Student-Athlete A student-athlete is a student whose enrollment was solicited by a member of the Texas A&M University-Commerce athletic staff or other representative of athletic interests with a view toward the student’s ultimate participation in the intercollegiate athletic program. Contact A contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect, or the prospect’s parent or legal guardian, and a Texas A&M University-Commerce staff member or athletic representative during which any dialogue occurs. Recruiting Recruiting is any solicitation of a prospect or a prospect’s family member (or guardian) by an institutional staff member or by athletic representative of the institution, for the purpose of securing the prospect’s enrollment and ultimate participation in Texas A&M University-Commerce’s intercollegiate athletic program.

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ACADEMICS

Athletic Academic Advising

Student-Athletes at Texas A&M University-Commerce know that the Associate Athletic Director for Academic Affairs is available to assist them in their progress toward a degree requirements, academic scheduling issues as well as post graduate opportunities. Student-athletes benefit from the collaboration of Academic Success Coaches, academic advising within their school of choice and the athletic department. There is a strong commitment to academic excellence by the Texas A&M University-Commerce athletic department. The athletic department has implemented the Academic Support Program that includes study halls, tutorial services, life skill workshops, and study skills seminars. The Associate Athletic Director for Academic Affairs is responsible for monitoring the academic progress of all student-athletes to ensure that they are meeting the NCAA, Lone Star Conference and university rules and regulations. The primary focus of the Athletic Academic support Program is to provide an environment which facilitates academic success of every student-athlete.

Student-Athlete Management System (SAMS)

Student-Athletes at Texas A&M University-Commerce have an internet software application that is designed specifically for the athletes. SAMS is accessible anytime and anywhere via the internet and provides the student time management opportunities. Students have the ability to look at class calendars, and set reminder times for assignments that are due. Tutoring appointments and study hall times are also scheduled through the SAMS program alerting the student-athlete of any changes to existing appointments or of any new appointments. The Associate Athletic Director for Academics uses the SAMS program to send out online progress reports throughout the year to all instructors on campus. Student-athletes, coaches, and advisors have the ability to see how they are progressing in their classes. By receiving this information academic plans can be made for each student based on their performance.

2009-10 Accomplishments

u 43 student-athletes made the Dean’s List and 14 received Presidential Honors in the fall semester. 40 student-athletes made the Dean’s List and 12 received Presidential Honors in the spring semester. u 101 student-athletes representing all 11 sports, cheerleading and athletic training gathered for the second annual Athletic Director’s Breakfast of Champions. u Seniors Perla Faudoa and Taylor Jordan were selected for the NCAA Division II Degree Completion Award. u Danny Jun, a member of the men’s golf team and Lauren Flynn, a member of the volleyball team were named Lone Star Conference Scholar Athlete Award Recipients. u Senior Lauren Flynn was named to the CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine All-Academic Second Team for Volleyball. u Eight student-athletes named to the Lone Star Conference All-Academic Team (criteria: 3.2 grade-point average and must be a sophomore) and nine more were named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Among the eight named to the All-Academic was volleyball student-athlete Lauren Flynn.

Tutorial Program

The athletic department at A&M-Commerce has made a commitment to providing student-athletes with one-on-one and group tutoring in key subject areas. The tutorial program is just one of several key support services that is available to all student-athletes as they progress toward their ultimate goal of graduation. The tutors are usually seniors, graduate students and former teachers who are committed to providing a proactive, individualized approach in assisting student-athletes with course comprehension and study skills. There are other academic tutorial support areas available to all students and student-athletes on the Texas A&M University-Commerce Campus through the various departments on campus. The university is committed to the success of all students and has implemented supplemental instruction for various courses where they see a need for additional remediation.

Study Hall

In an effort to help ensure the academic success of the student-athletes, supervised study sessions are organized. The main focus of the study hall program is to help students develop consistent and appropriate study patterns by providing a structured setting to work on class assignments and to provide tutorial assistance before academic problems arise.

GRADUATION

Athletic Director’s Breakfast of Champions – National Student-Athlete Day

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Commerce Big Event

The Commerce Big Event is an annual event that takes place to improve the appearance, facilities or safety of the community. The event is co-sponsored by the Commerce Chamber of Commerce along with the city of Commerce and the University. A&M-Commerce athletics has taken an active role in the event with its participation for the last four years. Among the projects have included the clean up within the Norris Community and downtown Commerce, planting flowers at the Northeast Texas Children’s Museum, the Blueberry Farm on the campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce, painting the service lines along downtown Commerce.

NORRIS COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP

PLANTING FLOWERS AT THE NORTHEAST TEXAS CHILDREN’S MUSEUM

BLUEBERRY FARM CLEAN-UP

CLEANING UP DOWNTOWN COMMERCE

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT The Texas A&M University-Commerce athletic department and NCAA Division II are committed to developing students and communities by actively engaging in shared experiences. Through community engagement, student athletes can direct the energy and spirit of winning to positively change society. Some of the community engagement activities that Texas A&M-Commerce has participated include: Commerce Big Event, Commerce Lions Club Carnival, reading to the students at A.C. Williams Elementary School in Commerce, Hunt County Special Olympics, hosting the John McLendon Night, partnering up with the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association for the Pink Zone and visiting with ill children at Dallas Children’s Hospital during the Harvey Martin Classic.

Northeast Texas Children’s Museum Daddy-Daughter Dance

Northeast Texas Children’s Museum Mother-Son Pirate Night

Commerce Drug Free Day

Hunt County Special Olympics

Commerce Elementary School Reading Program

John McLendon Night A&M-Commerce held its inaugural John McLendon Night during a basketball doubleheader in 2009-10. A&MCommerce is one of just six NCAA Division II institutions that are a part of the John McLendon Foundation. As part of the activities for the night, A&M-Commerce recognized Charles Goodall, who was the first African-American coach to be hired at the university. Also part of the activities for the night was special guest Marques Haynes. A member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, who was presented for induction by John McLendon in 1998. Pictured (left to right): Randy VanDeven (Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Charles Goodall, Marques Haynes, Nicole Anderson (Head Women’s Basketball Coach) and Carlton Cooper (Athletic Director)

Hunt County Special Olympics

Community Outreach at Chicken Express

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Student athlete ADVISORY COMMITTEE SAAC – Student Athlete Advisory Committee Officers for 2010-11

CAIRO THORNTON Chair Track & Field

RACHAEL SHELTON Vice Chair Volleyball

MEGAN BENITES Secretary Women’s Golf

MALONIE OATS Treasurer Women’s Golf

Texas A&M University-Commerce hosted the 2010 LSC SAAC retreat Texas A&M University-Commerce President Dr. Dan Jones and his wife, Jalinna welcomed the student-athletes and advisors to the A&M-Commerce campus with a picnic at the President’s House to begin the retreat. While at A&M-Commerce, the student-athletes participated in StrengthsQuest, the new ropes course on the A&M-Commerce campus and team-building activities in the Morris Recreation Center. In addition to the workshops and seminars, the student leaders and their advisors held meetings during the retreat.

Penny Wars

Members of the Texas A&M University-Commerce SAAC through Penny Wars and t-shirt sales were able to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in 2009-10. The team who won penny wars had the privilege of throwing a pie in the overall losers face. Head cross country/men’s track and field coach Darren Schneider was the overall winner and head men’s basketball coach Sam Walker was the overall loser.

Relay for Life The athletic department and SAAC hosted a Gatorade™ Pong station during the annual Relay for Life to raise money and awareness about cancer.

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What is SAAC?

SAAC on a Conference Level

A student-athlete advisory committee (SAAC) is a committee made up of student-athletes assembled to provide insight on the student-athlete experience. The SAAC also offers input on the rules, regulations and polices that affect student-athletes’ lives on NCAA member institution campuses. At Texas A&M University-Commerce, the studentathlete advisory committee meets each month under the direction of Associate Athletic Director for Academic Affairs. A&M-Commerce and the NCAA Division II have established a partnership with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a global charity that grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy. To raise money, the A&M-Commerce SAAC has hosted a talent show and collected donations at sporting events.

u A conference issue is anything that relates to most, or all of the schools in your conference. They are usually more general in scope than campus issues, because they are not specific to any one particular school. u Sportsmanship and the Student-Athletes Opportunity Fund are just a few issues that a conference can address. u Your conference SAAC is a great vehicle to use in order to bring issues up to both conference administrators, and student-athletes from the other schools in your conference. u If you feel that you have a conference issue, always address your campus SAAC chair or your conference representative so they can make sure your concern is addressed at the conference level.

SAAC on a Campus Level

u National issues tend to affect a majority of student-athletes across the country, rather than at a specific school or conference. u National issues can include pieces of legislation in the NCAA legislative cycle, student-athletes well-being concerns, overall competition experience and other educaiton al topics that are pertinent to student-athletes. u The National SAAC acts as the voice of the student-athlete in the NCAA governance structure, and is a valuable resource to be able to bridge the communication gap between student-athletes and the various NCAA committees.

u A campus issue is anything that can be directly addresssed by someone on your campus (e.g., Athletic Director, Senior Woman Administrator, Faculty Athletics Representative, etc.) u Campus issues usually deal with conflicts relating to facilities, academics, or a wide variety of other issues that are specific to your campus. u Use the resources available to you on campus; many times, issues to unresolved because studentathletes don’t know who to talk to. A solution cannot be found if the issue remains undefined. u It is a great idea to talk about these types of issues at campus SAAC meetings. See if other studentathletes feel the same way, and address the concern as a group.

SAAC on a National Level

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NCAA CHAMPS/LIFE SKILLS – LIONS FOR LIFE NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills History In 1991, the NCAA Foundation initiated efforts to create a total development program for student-athletes. Through the collaborative efforts of the NCAA Foundation and the Division 1A Athletic Directors’ Association, the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program (Challenging Athletes’ Minds for Personal Success) was created. In 1994, after several years of development by the NCAA Foundation, the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program was launched to the NCAA membership. That summer 46 NCAA institutions participated in the first orientation for administrators from around the country. Since then, approximately 40 member institutions have joined the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program each year.

NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills at Texas A&M University-Commerce Texas A&M University-Commerce takes pride in being an NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills program. The Lions for Life program was created to to promote student-athlete development and support the quality of the student-athlete experience. The program is to serve all student-athletes by assisting them to achieve their personal, educational and athletic goals. This program is also a tool to bring together units on the campus, build community within the student-athlete population and create a significant educational experience for student-athletes during their time at A&M-Commerce.

sARAH PANZAU

An alcohol education seminar sponsored by Ben E. Keith.

SUSAN Grove

A financial planning seminar

NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Program Commitment Statements: • Commitment to Academic Excellence: To support the academic progress of the student-athlete toward intellectual development and graduation. • Commitment to Athletic Excellence: To build philosophical foundations for the development of athletic programs that are broad-based, equitable and dedicated to the well-being of the student-athlete. • Commitment to Personal Development: To support the development of a well-balanced lifestyle for student-athletes, encouraging emotional well-being, leadership, personal growth and decision-making skills. • Commitment to Career Development: To encourage the student-athlete to develop and pursue career and life goals. • Commitment to Service: To engage the student-athlete in service to his or her campus and surrounding communities.

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2009 in Review

STATISTICS and RESULTS RECORD: ALL MATCHES: CONFERENCE: NON-CONFERENCE:

OVERALL 25-10 8-5 17-5

HOME 7-2 4-2 3-0

AWAY 7-6 4-3 3-3

NEUTRAL 11-2 0-0 11-2

ATTACK SET SERVE S K E TA Pct A SA SE Naomi Mays 112 404 161 1116 .218 4 0 0 Rachel Robertson 128 281 98 694 .264 7 22 30 Amy Addison 124 222 122 879 .114 49 19 30 Terra Ousley 128 206 66 486 .288 5 0 0 Alyssa Oberle 87 182 81 531 .190 13 15 25 Perla Faudoa 126 114 31 357 .232 1296 37 40 Reagan Hayes 88 106 47 348 .170 31 13 15 Morgan Moeller 58 85 35 271 .185 22 8 7 Ashleigh Barnett 128 6 10 61 -.066 18 30 37 Lauren Flynn 128 5 1 31 .129 38 24 20 Morgan Ballard 8 3 2 16 .062 1 0 0 Rachael Shelton 12 2 0 8 .250 30 1 1 TEAM A&M-COMMERCE 128 1616 654 4798 .201 1515 169 205 Opponents 128 1568 767 4864 .165 1459 118 234 TEAM STATISTICS A&M-C ATTACK Kills 1616 Errors 654 Total Attacks 4798 Attack Pct .201

OPP 1568 767 4864 .165

SET Assists 1515

1459

SERVE Aces 169 Errors 205

118 234

SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors 118

169

DEFENSE Digs 2220

2164

BLOCKING Block Solos 52 Block Assists 252 Total Blocks 178.0 Block Errors 40 Ball handling errors 37

45 282 186.0 48 59

ATTENDANCE Total 1962 Dates/Avg Per Date 9/218 Neutral site #/Avg 13/92

3595 13/277

# # ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ + + + * * * * ! ! ! ! * * * * * * * * * & &

DATE Aug 28 Aug 28 Aug 28 Sept. 4 Sept. 4 Sept. 5 Sept. 5 Sept. 08 Sept. 8 Sept. 9 Sept. 9 Sept. 11 Sept. 12 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 17 Sept. 19 Sept. 24 Sept. 26 Oct. 2 Oct. 2 Oct. 3 Oct. 3 Oct. 8 Oct. 10 Oct. 14 Oct. 22 Oct. 24 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nov. 2 Nov. 5 Nov. 7 Nov. 12 Nov. 13

DIG BLOCKING RE DIG BS BA Total BE BHE 2 83 8 25 33 11 5 0 79 14 53 67 4 4 22 300 2 18 20 3 2 0 41 18 69 87 8 2 7 120 1 11 12 1 2 0 301 0 41 41 3 15 13 147 6 15 21 4 1 7 110 3 18 21 5 2 14 238 0 1 1 0 2 24 795 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 1 28 118 2220 52 252 40 37 169 2164 45 282 48 59

OPPONENT W/L vs Southern Arkansas W vs St. Edward’s L vs New Mexico Highlands W vs MSU-Moorhead L vs Quincy W vs Newman W at NW Missouri State L at Oklahoma Panhandle W at Oklahoma Panhandle W OUACHITA BAPTIST W ARKANSAS-MONTICELLO W vs Dallas Baptist W vs Southern Arkansas W vs Southwest Baptist W SOUTHERN ARKANSAS W at Texas A&M-Kingsville W at Tarleton State W #7 WEST TEXAS A&M L EASTERN NEW MEXICO W vs Dallas Baptist W vs Newman W at Pittsburg State L vs Missouri Southern W at Angelo State L at Abilene Christian L at Texas Woman’s W CENTRAL OKLAHOMA W SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. W at Midwestern State W at Cameron Aggies L at Arkansas-Monticello W EAST CENTRAL W SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. L vs Central Oklahoma W at #6 West Texas A&M L

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

SCORE-BY-SET ATTEND 25-14,25-20,25-15 65 10-25,20-25,25-22,12-25 75 25-13,25-15,25-16 43 25-19,17-25,19-25,17-25 45 25-18,25-18,25-21 45 21-25,25-18,25-17,25-19 45 22-25,21-25,23-25 85 25-13,25-18,25-20 56 25-15,25-14,25-13 45 25-16,25-15,25-10 101 25-21,17-25,25-13,25-21 134 24-26,25-18,29-27,25-19 300 25-18,25-19,25-22 145 27-25,21-25,25-18,23-25,15-6 180 25-18,25-22,32-30 187 25-22,25-16,25-23 573 25-23,16-25,25-18,33-31 245 19-25,17-25,19-25 750 26-24,25-14,25-16 112 25-14,18-25,26-24,25-16 35 25-13,25-13,21-25,22-25,15-12 23 23-25,21-25,25-15,25-27 126 25-22,25-21,25-23 62 16-25,21-25,20-25 353 17-25,17-25,22-25 114 25-22,25-21,23-25,23-25,15-13 284 31-33,25-14,21-25,25-20,15-11 230 25-14,25-14,25-10 140 21-25,20-25,25-23,25-17,16-14 302 25-19,13-25,25-14,23-25,12-15 350 25-15,25-18,25-16 106 25-16,18-25,28-26,25-19 187 20-25,26-28,23-25 121 25-14,21-25,25-14,24-26,15-12 129 15-25,11-25,14-25 956

ALL CAPS denotes home match * - Lone Star Conference Match # - Angelo Retina ASU Invitational (San Angelo, Texas) ^ - Comfort INNvitational (Maryville, Mo.) + - DBU Tournament (Dallas, Texas) ! - Pittsburg State Classic (Pittsburg, Kan.) & - Lone Star Conference Tournament (Canyon, Texas)

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RECORDS

TEAM RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

KILLS Match ................................................................98 vs. Central Oklahoma (Oct. 9, 1994)

KILLS Match ........................................... 39, Misty Heller vs. Texas Wesleyan (Oct. 27, 1998)

Season . ........................................................................................................... 1,978 (2001)

Season . .............................................................................613, Chantae Weathers (2002)

ATTEMPTS Match ..............................................................240 vs. Central Oklahoma (Oct. 9, 1994)

ATTEMPTS Match ........................................... 83, Misty Heller vs. Texas Wesleyan (Oct. 27, 1998)

Season . ........................................................................................................... 5,271 (2001)

Season . ................................................................................ 2,310, Paulette Pilcik (1987)

HITTING PERCENTAGE Match ..................................................................... .486 at Angelo State (Nov. 11, 1988) Season . ............................................................................................................. .250 (1987)

HITTING PERCENTAGE Match ..................................... 1.000, Ann McKay vs. Texas Wesleyan (Sept. 12, 1989) and Shelley Brown vs. Texas-Pan American (Sept. 12, 1988 Season . ................................................................................... .422, Amy Wallace (2001)

ASSISTS Match ................................................................98 vs. Central Oklahoma (Oct. 9, 1994)

ASSISTS Match ..............................................72, Jackie Orr vs. Midwestern State (Nov. 6, 2004)

Season . ........................................................................................................... 1,751 (2001)

Season . .............................................................................1,544, Lauren Kitchens (2001)

SERVICE ACES Match .............................................................................20 at Paul Quinn (Sept. 5, 2007)

SERVICE ACES Match ....................................8, Christy Rooney vs. Abilene Christian (Oct. 17, 1992)

Season . ...............................................................................................................303 (1989)

Season . ..................................................................................68, Lauren Kitchens (2001)

DIGS Match ......................................................... 214 at Eastern New Mexico (Oct. 27, 1989)

DIGS Match ...............................57, Shelley Brown vs. Texas-Pan American (Oct. 27, 1989)

Season . ........................................................................................................... 2,426 (1994)

Season . .....................................................................................795, Lauren Flynn (2009)

BLOCK SOLOS Match ........................................................... 27 at Eastern New Mexico (Oct. 27, 1989)

BLOCK SOLOS Match .............................. 11, Patricia Guerrero vs. West Texas A&M (Sept. 29, 1989)

Season . ...............................................................................................................337 (1987)

Season . ...................................................................................... 131, Alice Fortes (1987))

BLOCK ASSISTS Match ........................................................... 34 at Eastern New Mexico (Oct. 27, 1989)

BLOCK ASSISTS Match ................................... 11, Alice Fortes vs. Eastern New Mexico (Oct. 27, 1989) and Christy Edmond at Eastern New Mexico (Sept. 17, 1994) Season . ........................................................................................141, Alice Fortes (1988)

Season . ...............................................................................................................485 (1987)

MISTY HELLER AMY WALLACE

PAULETTE PILCIK 1989 LIONS VOLLEYBALL

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Program History

HONORS

Lone Star Conference Freshman of the Year Year ...................................................................Name 1997 ...........................................................Melissa Staiger 1986 ................................................................Alice Fortes 1983 ............................................................... Stacy Harris Lone Star Conference Coach of the Year Year ...................................................................Name 2009 ................................................................ Mark Pryor 1986 ..........................................................Kathy Goodlett

LAUREN FLYNN Daktronics First Team All-American Year ...................................................................Name 2009 ............................................................. Lauren Flynn American Volleyball Coaches Association Second Team All-American Year ...................................................................Name 1987 ................................................................Alice Fortes 1987 ............................................................Paulette Pilcik 1986 ............................................................Paulette Pilcik American Volleyball Coaches Association South Central All-Region Year ...................................................................Name 1987 ................................................................Alice Fortes 1987 ............................................................Paulette Pilcik 1986 .............................................................Angie Neylon 1986 ............................................................Paulette Pilcik Daktronics First Team South Central All-Region Year ...................................................................Name 2009 ............................................................. Lauren Flynn Daktronics First Team Southwest All-Region Year ...................................................................Name 2007 .......................................................... Colleen Favaro Daktronics First Team West All-Region Year ...................................................................Name 2001 ..............................................................Amy Wallace Daktronics Second Team Southwest All-Region Year ...................................................................Name 2006 ............................................................. Lauren Flynn Lone Star Conference Most Valuable Player Year ...................................................................Name 2001 ..............................................................Amy Wallace Lone Star Conference Libero of the Year Year ...................................................................Name 2009 ............................................................. Lauren Flynn • 2008 .......................................................... Lauren Flynn (Note: Shared with Sara Contreras, West Texas A&M)

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First Team all-Lone Star Conference Year ...................................................................Name 2009 .............................................................. Perla Faudoa 2009 ............................................................. Lauren Flynn 2007 .......................................................... Colleen Favaro 2006 .......................................................... Colleen Favaro 2003 ..............................................................Amy Wallace 2002 ..............................................................Amy Wallace 2002........................................................Chante Weathers 2001 ..........................................................Christy Alvillar 2001 ..............................................................Amy Wallace 2000 ...............................................................Cindy Gunn 2000 ...........................................................Melissa Staiger 2000 .............................................................Sara Wedberg 1998 ............................................................... Misty Heller 1995 ............................................................ Cynthia Cook 1994 ...............................................................Leslie Harris 1994 .....................................................................Erin Pate 1993 .....................................................................Erin Pate 1992 ......................................................... Christy Rooney 1988 ................................................................Alice Fortes 1987 ................................................................Alice Fortes 1987 ............................................................Paulette Pilcik 1986 .............................................................Angie Neylon 1986 ............................................................Paulette Pilcik 1985 ........................................................... Nancy Bowbly 1984 ........................................................... Nancy Bowbly 1984 .................................................................... Sheri Fite 1984 .......................................................... Leticia Trevino 1983 .......................................................... Leticia Trevino 1982 ............................................................Staci Sherman Second Team all-Lone Star Conference Year ...................................................................Name 2009 ...............................................................Naomi Mays 2008 ......................................................... Morgan Ballard 2008 .............................................................. Perla Faudoa 2006 .............................................................. Wannie Neal 2005 .......................................................... Colleen Favaro 2004 .......................................................... Colleen Favaro 2000 ..........................................................Christy Alvillar 1999 ...........................................................Melissa Staiger 1997 ........................................................Christy Edmond 1997 ............................................................... Misty Heller 1995 ...........................................................Tracey Giorgio 1989 ............................................................... Melanie Rea 1988 ............................................................. Kristine King 1988 ............................................................... Melanie Rea 1987 .........................................................Angie Buantello 1987 ..........................................................Teresa McClain 1987 .............................................................Angie Neylon 1986 ................................................................Alice Fortes 1986 ............................................................... Stacy Harris 1986 ..........................................................Teresa McClain 1983 .............................................................Terri Johnson

COLLEEN FAVARO Honorable Mention all-Lone Star Conference Year ...................................................................Name 2007 ............................................................. Lauren Flynn 2006 ............................................................. Lauren Flynn 2005 .....................................................................Jane Latu 2003 ..................................................... Davina Goodman 2003 ..........................................................LaTosha Jacobs 2003........................................................Chante Weathers 2002 ..................................................... Davina Goodman 2002 .............................................................Sara Wedberg 2001 ..................................................... Davina Goodman 2001 ........................................................ Lauren Kitchens 2001 .............................................................Sara Wedberg 1998 ...............................................................Jodie Fowler 1998 ............................................................Cassie Herron 1998 .................................................................Missy Raitz 1998 ...........................................................Melissa Staiger 1997 ........................................................... Wendy Adams 1996 ........................................................... Wendy Adams 1996 .............................................................. Toni Skipalis 1994 ...........................................................Tracey Giorgio 1991 ............................................................Shelley Brown 1993 ...............................................................Leslie Harris 1993 ........................................................... Gloria Trevino 1992 ...............................................................Leslie Harris 1992 ...............................................................Serena Jones 1992 ........................................................... Gloria Trevino 1991 ...............................................................Leslie Harris 1990 ............................................................Shelley Brown 1990 ...................................................... Patricia Guerrero 1990 ............................................................. Kristine King 1989 ...................................................... Patricia Guerrero 1989 .............................................................Kristi Phillips 1989 ......................................................Belinda Shepherd 1986 .........................................................Angie Buantello 1983 .................................................................... Sheri Fite 1982 .............................................................Terri Johnson

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ALL-TIME ROSTER

JERI CUTLER A Ackermann, Lauren...................2000-01 Adams, Wendy...........................1994-97 Addison, Amy.............2004-05, 2008-09 Alvillar, Christy..........................2000-02 Anderson, Debbie......................1977-78 Arrington, Gay............................1978-81 B Ballard, Morgan..........................2008-09 Barnett, Ashleigh .............................2009 Bateman, Stacy..................................1996 Baysinger, Kristi...............................2001 Berger, Mandy ...........................2006-07 Black, Audry......................................1981 Blankenship, Dee..............................1977 Bowlby, Barbra...........................1979-82 Brazelton, Cortni . ...........................2006 Brown, Kim...................... 1980-81, 1983 Brown, Shelly..............................1988-91 Buantello, Angie.........................1986-87 Bush, Kirsten.....................................1996 C Capparelli, Alicia .............................2004 Connoway, Lisa..........................1980-81 Cook, Cynthia . ................................1995 Cunningham, Mary Lou ..........1982-85 Cutler, Jeri ..................................1977-79 D Daniel, Whitney ........................1996-97 Davis, Kelly ......................................1977 Drones, Veronica ......................1990-91 Dyvig, Jessica .............................2002-03 E Edmond, Christy............. 1993-95, 1997 F Faudoa, Perla...............................2008-09 Favaro, Colleen...........................2004-07 Fite, Sherry..................................1981-84 Flynn, Lauren..............................2006-09 Fortes, Alice................................1985-88 Fowler, Jodi.......................................1998 Frasier, Erica ....................................2005

DAVINA GOODMAN

JACKIE ORR

SARA WEDBERG

Frederick, Maria.........................1989-90 Friedman, Devin...............................2007

Lewis, Regina....................................1977 Longshore, Liz............................1994-95 M Maas, Kim..........................................2004 Maddox, Amy.............................1990-93 Marshall, Abigail........................1992-95 Mayo, Sharon....................................1985 Mays, Naomi ................. 2009-Present McLain, Teresa...........................1986-87 Mertz, Chani...............................1993-95 Moeller, Morgan ........... 2009-Present Morgan, Marsha.........................1977-80 Mungai, Sheri..............................1978-81 Murphy-Wood, Jennifer...........1994-95

Schur, Rachel ...................................2005 Shelton, Rachael............ 2008-Present Simmons, Cassandra........................1990 Small, Brandi . ..................................2006 Spain, Tosha................................2004-05 Sprenger, Crystal........................1997-98 Springer, Jenny...........................1997-98 Staiger, Melissa...........................1997-00 Starkweather, Jana . ...................2006-07 Stover, Jessica....................................2000 Strong, Chantel...........................1994-95

G Giorgio, Tracey . ........................1993-95 Goodman, Davina .....................2000-03 Granberry-Skippalis, Toni........1993-96 Graves, Adrienne........................2006-07 Gray, Jana................................1999-2002 Grimes, Brandy.................................2000 Gunn, Cindy ....................................2000 H Hanzelka, Kayla..........................2001-04 Harris, Leslie ..............................1991-94 Harris, Stacy................................1984-86 Hayes, Reagan ............... 2009-Present Hays, Laura.......................................1993 Heller, Misty................................1997-98 Herron, Cassie............................1996-98 Hill, Jennifer . ...................................2005 Hess-Sheperd, Belinda...............1988-90 Holmes, Samantha............................2008 Hunter, Rachel................. 1993, 1995-96 I Ingram, Angie...................................1992 J Jacobs, LaTash...................................2003 Jesse, Regan ......................................2005 Johnson, Terri.............................1982-83 Jones, Serena...............................1990-92

N Neal, Wannie .............................2006-07 Nelms, Valerie............................2001-02 Niemann, Amy...........................1990-93 Neylon, Angie.............................1984-87 O Oberle, Alyssa.............................2008-09 Orr, Jackie....................................2004-07 Ousley, Terra................. 2007-Present P Pate, Erin.....................................1993-94 Payne, Leshekia.................................1998 Phillips, Kristi.............................1989-90 Pilcik, Paulette............................1984-87

K Kahanu, Ipolai..................................2004 Kent, Krista.................................1996-97 King, Elaine.......................................1992 King, Kristine....................................1988 Kitchens, Lauren....................1999-2001 Koukol, Judie....................................1986 Kuczaj, Kathryn . .............................2006 Kyle, Kierstin....................................1989

R Raitz, Missy.......................................1998 Rea, Melanie................................1988-89 Redfearn, Megan............. 2001-02, 2004 Rhodes, Amanda........................1995-97 Robbins, Shannon......................2002-03 Roberts, Chasalan.............................2004 Robertson, Rachel ........ 2009-Present Rogan, Kathy...............................1984-85 Rooney, Christy..........................1991-92 Russell, Regina..................................1989

L Lance, Rachel..............................2007-08 Latu, Jane . ..................................2005-06

S Sanders, Sharon................................1977 Schwab, Ashleigh....................1999-2002

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T Till, Cheri....................................1977-79 Townsend, Melinda...................2003-04 Trevino, Gloria...........................1992-93 Trevino, Leticia...........................1982-83 V Vaughn, Beth....................................1978 Vaughn, Laticia.................................2007 W Walding, Kim....................................1991 Walker, Mollie..................................1978 Wallace, Amy..............................2001-03 Wallace, Julie...............................1979-82 Watkins, Staci.............................1979-82 Weathers, Chantae.....................2002-03 Wedberg, Sara.........................1999-2002 Williams, Brittany .....................2005-08 Wilson, Lisa.......................................1996 Z Zentz, Samantha...............................2004

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HALL OF FAME

There are 126 former athletes, coaches and administrators along with eight teams are enshrined in the Texas A&M-Commerce Athletic Hall of Fame. Founded in 1978, it is one of the most visable functions of the A&M-C Athletic Association. The association’s Hall of Fame Selection Committee meets annually to select “those persons, living or dead, whose contribution to Texas A&M University-Commerce have brought lasting fame and honor to themselves and A&M-C.” Induction classes must be approved by the A&M-Commerce President and Texas A&M System Board of Regents. Membership in the Athletic Hall of Fame is limited to former A&M-Commerce athletes, coaches and athletic administrators. Athletes must have completed their eligibilty 10 years prior to nomination, while coaches and administrators must have served A&M-C for 10 years. Additionally, the nominee must be a person of such integrity, character and sportsmanship that the A&MCommerce family will be inspired by the recognition. Any member of the Athletic Association may nominate a person. Nomination forms and information about joining the Athletic Assocation are available from the Athletic Department or by calling (903) 886-5558. 1978 Bob Berry Marvin Brown Bob Carpenter Perry Fite Jim Gray R.A. Hitt Charles Holding Jim Miller J.W. Rollins J.V. Sikes M.A. Smith Darrell Tully

ALICE FORTES

1979 D.L. Ashley James Baird James Batchelor Arthur James L.D. Parson Cecil Pirkey Avon Rice John Windell 1980 Jeff Fitch Gene Hodge Norman Roberts Clinton White 1981 Lura McElreath Calhoun Jake Carter Bob Killingsworth Sam McCord L.I. Smith 1982 Jerry Cook Dr. W.L. Crabtree Dr. Shelby Metcalf

ANGIE NEYLON

1983 Osborn Amburg Delmer Brown Robert Hochstadter 1984 Russell Duncan Dee Mackey Dwight White 1985 Autry Beamon Elizabeth “Lib” Huggins Craig Metz James Davis Williams 1986 William “Bill” Defee Dr. Jesse Hawthorne Charles “Shorty” Whitten 1987 Marvin Coffey Harvey Martin Roy “Buddy” McKee Joe Norton

STACI WATKINS

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1988 C.W. “Boley” Crawford Bobby Fox Ernest Hawkins James Shulze

1989 Dr. J.W. “Jack” Bell Truitt Ingram Dub Lewis 1990 Glenn Johnston Rex Stultz Curtis Wester 1991 Curtis Guyton Jerry Hirst Jim “Buddy” Miller George Riley 1992 Chad Brown Jim Gudger Orville Hudson Thomas McCormack 1993 Will Cureton Jerry Lytle Louis Margot III J.P. Vinson Earle Williams 1994 Gary Berry Richard Houston Bob Rogers 1995 Wayne Hirst Slyvia Bose Brown George Lynch 1996 Tim Collier Dean Hesse W.J. “Sleepy” Redwine Fred J. Schaefer 1997 Will Hill Acker Nate Granger LeRoy Johnson Morris Kyser Dudley Slice O’Neal Tarrant 1998 Neal Hinson Danny Kirk Whitney Miller Paulette Pilcik-Britton

2001 Tom Black Jim Dietz Meshell Graham Mitchell Susie Knause 2002 Jackie Alford Terry Skinner Aundra Thompson John “Cheetah” White Wade Wilson 1952 Football Team 1986 Volleyball Team 2003 Silver Anniversary/No Class Inducted 2004 Ricky Dirks Kyle Mackey Angie Neylon Eberhart David Walvoord 1954-55 Men’s Basketball Team 2005 Dr. Ron Newsome Dr. Nelson Robinson Staci Watkins-Sherman 2006 Gary Compton Dr. Margo Harbison Glen Machan Alan Veingrad 2007 1957 Football Team 1972 Tennis Team 1972 Football Team Terry Burnett Bill Gaines Jon Gilliam 2008 1958 Football Team 1978 Tennis Team Agapius Amo Bobby Bounds Alan Crute George Daskalakes 2009 1965 Men’s Golf Team Nickie Brice Hugo Cabrera Joe Hinton Kevin Mathis

1999 Dennis Vinzant Harless Wade 2000 Carolyn Brown Burt Alice Fortes Johnny Garrison F.H. “Bub” McDowell Larry McGhee

1986 VOLLEYBALL TEAM

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BOBBY FOX AWARD

Bobby Fox played football for the Lions from 1952-55 and was an All-American defensive back and quarterback for the Lions on two Tangerine Bowl teams. He returned to his alma mater in 1971 as an assistant football coach. His “Blue Gang” defense of 1972 was an integral key to the national championship. Fox also served as the Lions’ head track and field coach from 1972 to 1982. He was inducted into the A&M-Commerce Athletic Hall of Fame in 1988. The Outstanding Alumni Coach Awards Program is made possible by an endowment establishment by Peggy Bankhead Fox in memory of her late husband, Coach Bobby Fox.

PAST RECIPIENTS Actice

Emeritus

Guyle Akridge, 1995 James Browder Bachelor, 1994 Mary E. Beccue, 1994 Evelayn Blalock, 1998 Max Bledsoe, 2002 George Boynton, 1997 Donna Patterson-Capps, 2005 Perry D. Coursey, 1995 Jesse L. Cummings, 1997 Roy L. Curry, 1996 Shelia Letwyn Daughtrey, 1997 Dennis Ewing, 2009 Glen Fields, 1996 David Floyd, 1995 Orville W. Follis, 1994 Joseph Golding, 1994 Roger Goode, 1996 Don Hartman, 1996 Buddy Hawkins, 1999, 2000, 2001 Beverly Day Humphrey, 2001, 2006, 2007 Robert E. “Bill Ingram, 1995 John Jones, 2005 Joe A. Koesel, 1995 Hosea Lee, 2002 L.H. Matthews, 1995 J.D. Menasco, 1997 Susan Trentham Morton, 1995 Pat Patterson Moses, 1994 Rex Norris, 2006 Donald D. Poe, 1996 Ronald W. Poe, 1996 Rodney Rainey, 1999 Deborah Mitchell Robinson, 1998 Steve Schkade, 2008 David Shepherd, 2009 Tosha Spain, 2008 Leon “Red” Spencer, 2000 Joseph Spinato, 1998 Skip Townsend, 2004, 2009 Wake Wood, 207 Donald Woodall, 1996

Bryant Clark, 1995 Mickey Flippen, 2006 Orville W. Follis, 1994 Paul Galvan, 2005 Johnnie Henderson Sr., 2001 Charles A. Lyles, 1994 Joe Michalka, 1999 Jim “Buddy” Miller, 2007 Ronald W. Poe, 2009 Leon “Red” Spencer, 2008 Dr. Jim Webb, 2004

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In Memory Of James R. Cameron, 1994 Charlie Dexter, 2006 Bill Ingram, 2009 John Calvin Lotz, 2001

TOSHA SPAIN (Former VOLLEYBALL PLAYER 2004-05) Selected in 2008

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1978: Won 23, Lost 22 Head Coach: Donna Tavener Date Opponent W/L Score 9/7 at North Texas L 5-15,7-15 9/7 at Texas Woman’s L 15-13,10-15,12-15 9/12 at Stephen F. Austin W 15-10,15-13,13-15,13-15,15-13 9/13 Texas Woman’s W 15-5,15-10,13-15, 10-15,15-2 9/18 at Abilene Christian L 15-13,8-15,6-15 9/18 at Midwestern State L 13-15,15-3,14-16 9/21 Southeast Oklahoma W 15-1,17-15,15-3 9/26 at North Texas L 5-15,14-16,9-15 9/28 Stephen F. Austin L 6-15,12-15,16-14,15-11,13-15 9/29 !Southwest Texas W 15-13,15-3 9/29 !Texas Wesleyan W 9-15,15-6,15-12 9/30 !West Texas A&M W 15-9,15-7 9/30 !Sam Houston L 14-16,12-15 9/30 !Baylor L 15-11,6-15,10-15,12-15 9/30 !Texas Lutheran L 14-16,15-13,15-17, 11-15 10/3 Austin College W 15-5,15-13,15-2 10/16 at Austin College W 15-8,15-5,15-4 10/17 at Abilene Christian L 6-15,9-15 10/17 at Texas Wesleyan L 15-8,9-15,12-15 10/20 ~Texas L 10-15,15-8,7-15 10/20 ~Rice W 15-9,15-6 10/20 ~West Texas A&M W 15-3,15-11 10/21 at Sam Houston L 14-16,7-15 10/21 ~Texas L 5-15,10-15,15-13, 2-15 10/24 at Northeast Oklahoma W 15-6,16-14 10/24 at Southeast Oklahoma W 15-2,15-4 10/28 #Texas Woman’s W 15-7,7-15,15-4 10/28 #Southwest Texas W 15-5,15-12 10/28 #Stephen F. Austin L 9-15,6-15 10/28 #Rice L 10-15,13-15 10/28 #Baylor W 15-12,15-11 11/2 $Sul Ross W 15-5,15-12 11/2 $Mary Hardin-Baylor W 15-10,10-15,15-5 11/3 $Rice W 12-15,16-14,15-7 11/3 $Trinity W 15-9,13-15,15-8 11/4 $Hardin-Simmons L 11-15,14-16 11/4 $Abilene Christian L 9-15,4-15 11/7 Texas Wesleyan W 15-6,15-3,15-9 11/11 %Tulsa W 15-13,15-5 11/11 %Kansas State L 13-15,10-15 11/11 %Oklahoma State L 15-10,12-15,13-15 11/16 ^Arkansas State W 15-12,15-2 11/16 ^Nicholls State W 15-0,15-0,default 11/17 ^Southwestern L 9-15,15-12,11-15 11/17 ^Angelo State L 15-17,0-15,4-15 ! – Texas Woman’s Tournament – Denton, Texas ~ – Sam Houston Tournament – San Marcos, Texas # – Stephen F. Austin Tournament – Nacogdoches, Texas $ – TAIAW Small College Tournament % – Oklahoma University Tournament – Norman, Okla. ^ – SWAIAW Small College Tournament 1979: Won 11, Lost 18 Head Coach: Donna Tavener Date Opponent W/L Score 9/13 !Abilene Christian L 9-15,15-12,11-15 9/13 at Texas Wesleyan W 15-4,8-15,15-11 9/20 at Baylor L 11-15,15-7,16-18 9/20 ~Texas Woman’s L 9-15,5-15 9/25 Austin College W 15-8,15-3,15-12 9/26 at Stephen F. Austin L 9-15,11-15,2-15 9/28 #Southwest Texas L 6-15,5-15 9/28 #Baylor L 11-15,12-15 9/28 #Azusa Pacific L 3-15,12-15 9/29 #North Texas L 15-12,6-15,10-15 10/9 at Texas Woman’s W 15-12,2-15,8-15,15-12,15-11 10/10 Texas Wesleyan W 16-14,1-15,15-13,15-8 10/19 $West Texas A&M L 15-10,11-15,10-15 10/19 $Southwestern L 10-15,10-15 10/19 $Lee College W 15-1,15-7 10/19 at Sam Houston L 4-15,7-15 10/20 $Baylor L 11-15,4-15 10/24 Stephen F. Austin L 16-14,3-15,12-15,15-3, 8-15 10/26 %Stephen F. Austin L 12-15,15-1,8-15 10/26 at Texas Wesleyan L 6-15,3-15 10/26 %Southwest Texas L 4-15,9-15 10/27 %Texas Woman’s W 15-10,15-5 10/30 Baylor W 15-7,15-11 10/30 Texas Woman’s W 15-7,8-15,15-7 11/1 ^Angelo State L 14-16,12-15 11/2 ^Southwestern L 2-15,15-8,8-15 11/2 ^Lubbock Christian W 15-10,15-10 11/22 +Monterrey Tech W 15-6,15-11 11/22 +Pentathlon W 15-10,15-12 ! – Texas Wesleyan University (Ft. Worth, Texas) ~ – Baylor University (Waco, Texas) # – Texas Woman’s University Tournament (Denton, Texas) $ – Sam Houston Tournament (Huntsville, Texas) % – Texas Wesleyan Tournament (Ft. Worth, Texas) ^ – TAIAW Tournament + – Mexican Tournament 1980: Won 25, Lost 18 Head Coach: Donna Tavener Date Opponent

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Score

9/10 9/16 9/16 9/24 9/26 9/26 9/26 9/27 9/30 9/30 10/2 10/2 10/7 10/14 10/14 10/17 10/17 10/17 10/17 10/22 10/23 10/23 10/24 10/24 10/25 10/25 10/25 10/25 10/25 10/27 10/27 10/30 11/1 11/1 11/3 11/3 11/13 11/20 11/20 11/20 11/21 11/21 11/22

North Texas Baylor Texas Woman’s Stephen F. Austin St. Phillips Texas Wesleyan Oklahoma State North Texas Abilene Christian Texas Wesleyan Midwestern State Austin College LeTourneau Baylor Howard Payne Southwestern St. Phillips Rice Baylor Texas Wesleyan Stephen F. Austin North Texas Midwestern State Mary Hardin-Baylor Concordia-Lutheran Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Stephen F. Austin Mary Hardin-Baylor MacAlester Texas Woman’s Dallas Baptist North Texas Texas Woman’s Midwestern State Austin College Lubbock Christian Guilford Cameron≠ S.J. Fisher Hillsdale Nebraska-Kearney Azusa Pacific

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

9-15,15-5,16-14,15-6 9-15,6-15 9-15,15-6,18-16 4-15,15-9,15-7,7-15,7-15 12-15,5-15 8-15,15-6,15-17 8-15,15-9,9-15 6-15,6-15 10-15,15-17 11-15,16-14,15-8 15-5,15-4 15-10,15-8 15-0,15-2,15-5 5-15,15-10,15-12 16-14,6-15,9-15 0-15,13-15 7-15,7-15 10-15,15-13,16-14 10-15,13-15 15-10,15-11,11-15,15-4 18-16,15-7 5-15,12-15 15-5,15-4 15-10,13-15,15-13 8-15,15-11,15-7 15-11,15-11 12-10(1 gm playoff) 10-15,15-12,15-9 9-15,18-16,16-14 4-15,15-9,15-11 15-6,4-15,5-15 15-2,15-1,15-0 15-2,15-1,17-15 15-1,15-8,8-15,15-3 15-6,15-6 15-11,15-1 12-15,15-12,15-12,10-15,15-8 15-10,15-7 15-2,15-3 15-11,15-11 15-8,15-12,15-8 9-15,15-12,9-15,15-7,16-14 3-15,15-10,2-15,10-15

1981: Won 20, Lost 18 Head Coach: Donna Tavener Date Opponent W/L Score 9/9 at North Texas L 15-7,15-4,12-15,15-17,12-15 9/15 at Baylor W 15-13,15-10 9/15 !Sam Houston L 9-15,10-15 9/25 at Sam Houston L 9-15,11-15 9/25 ~Southwestern L 9-15,15-13,11-15 9/25 ~San Jacinto L 8-15,13-15 9/26 ~Mary Hardin Baylor W 15-3,15-12 9/26 ~Southwest Texas L 15-9,15-13,15-7 9/26 ~Stephen F. Austin W 15-8,15-13 9/26 ~Louisiana State L 11-15,15-7 9/29 #Abilene Christian W 15-11,15-7 9/29 at Texas Wesleyan L 6-15,9-15 9/30 at Stephen F. Austin L 10-15,10-15 9/30 $San Jacinto L 10-15,13-15 10/2 %Ouachita Baptist W 15-7,15-5,15-6 10/2 at Southern Arkansas W 15-4,15-9,15-5 10/5 Stephen F. Austin W 11-15,12-15,15-9,15-12,15-10 10/8 Austin College W 15-7,15-10,15-5 10/16 ^Texas Wesleyan W 15-12,15-12 10/16 ^Texas Lutheran L 2-15,8-15 10/17 ^San Jacinto L 15-8,12-15,7-15 10/17 ^St Mary’s L 10-15,13-15 10/20 at Austin College W 15-7,5-15,15-9 10/21 Southern Arkansas W 15-3,15-12 10/21 Baylor W 15-10,15-11 10/23 +Howard Payne W 15-11,15-6 10/23 +West Texas A&M W 15-11,15-12 10/23 +St. Edward’s W 15-7,15-10 10/24 +Rice L 13-15,15-12 10/24 +Southwestern L 10-15,5-15 10/27 Texas Wesleyan L 6-15,10-15 10/27 North Texas W 4-15,8-15 10/31 ºStephen F. Austin L 10-15,15-7,12-15 10/31 ºOklahoma City W 15-8,15-13 10/31 at Baylor W 13-15,15-10,15-12 11/3 Howard Payne W 15-6,15-11 11/3 Texas A&M-Kingsville W 15-10,16-18,17-15 11/4 Southwestern L 4-15,15-9,0-15 ! – Baylor University (Waco, Texas) ~ – Sam Houston State Round Robin (Huntsville, Texas) # – Texas Wesleyan University (Fort Worth, Texas) $ – Stephen F. Austin (Nacogdoches, Texas) % – Southern Arkansas University (Magnolia, Ark.) ^ – Sam Houston State Tournament (Huntsville, Texas) + – Texas Wesleyan Tournament (Fort Worth, Texas) • – Baylor Classic (Waco, Texas) 1982: Won 30, Lost 14 Head Coach: Donna Tavener Date Opponent 9/4 Southern Arkansas 9/4 San Jacinto

W/L W W

Score 16-14,15-4 16-14,17-15

9/4 9/4 9/4 9/14 9/14 9/22 9/24 9/24 9/29 9/30 10/1 10/1 10/2 10/2 10/2 10/5 10/7 10/7 10/12 10/15 10/15 10/15 10/15 10/16 10/16 10/17 10/17 10/19 10/22 10/22 10/22 10/23 10/23 10/26 10/26 10/26 10/26

Sam Houston Stephen F. Austin Baylor Texas Woman’s Oklahoma City Austin College St. Edward’s Texas Wesleyan Stephen F. Austin Bishop College Kansas Tulsa Bethany Nazarene Oklahoma Baptist West Texas A&M Texas Woman’s Southern Arkansas Austin College North Texas St. Phillips San Jacinto Texas Wesleyan Rice Stephen F. Austin New Orleans Concordia-Lutheran Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Concordia-Lutheran West Texas A&M Sam Houston Mary Hardin-Baylor Texas Wesleyan Bishop College Stephen F. Austin Texas Lutheran North Texas Abilene Christian Stephen F. Austin Angelo State Sam Houston Southwest Texas

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

11-15,15-8,11-15 15-13,17-15 15-10,15-5 15-5,15-3 15-4,15-5 15-7,15-9,15-8 13-15,15-4,15-8 15-13,15-8 15-9,12-15,15-13,15-6 15-4,15-7,15-4 15-8,7-15,10-15 12-15,15-13,13-15 10-15,15-2,15-9 15-9,15-2 9-15,12-15 2-15,5-15,15-4 15-3,15-7,17-15 15-1,15-2,15-8 15-12,15-4,15-9 15-11,15-9 15-10,15-10 10-15,15-17 15-10,12-15,11-15 15-5,15-12 7-15,15-8,10-15 15-9,15-10 15-12,15-9 16-14,15-10,11-15, 15-11 15-4,17-15 15-17,16-14,15-7 8-15,5-15 12-15,15-7,15-2 10-15,15-11,9-15 15-11,15-1,15-13 15-11,13-15,12-15,15-2,13-15 10-15,14-16,12-15 15-12,16-14,14-16,11-15,15-3 15-8,15-3 15-13,15-13 12-15,9-15 8-15,13-15 7-15,15-6,7-15

1983: Won 34, Lost 12 (LSC: 3-3) Head Coach: Kathy Goodlett Date Opponent W/L Score 9/8 at Texas Woman’s W 15-4,14-16,15-11 9/10 !Rice L 10-15,15-8,15-3 9/10 !Southern Arkansas W 15-6,15-0 9/10 at Stephen F. Austin W 15-5,15-4 9/10 !Sam Houston L 15-17,12-15 9/10 !Texas Woman’s W 15-5,15-12 9/14 at Texas Wesleyan W 15-1,15-3,15-6 9/16 at Angelo State* W 15-10,15-12 9/16 ~Stephen F. Austin* W 15-8,15-9 9/17 ~Howard Payne* W 15-4,15-9 9/17 ~Abilene Christian* W 13-15,15-8,15-5 9/17 ~Sam Houston* L 10-15,4-15 9/19 Texas-Arlington L 8-15,9-15,11-15 9/27 North Texas W 14-16,15-6,9-15,15-4,15-10 9/29 at Baylor W 16-14,15-5 9/29 #Concordia-Lutheran W 16-14,15-5 9/30 $TAM-Kingsville* W 15-4,16-14 9/30 $Stephen F. Austin* W 15-7,16-14 10/1 at Sam Houston* W 15-8,1-15,15-4 10/1 $Southwest Texas* W 15-7,14-16,15-9 10/1 $Howard Payne* W 15-10,15-7 10/5 Texas Wesleyan W 13-15,15-6,15-2 10/11 Stephen F. Austin W 15-3,6-15,15-10,15-11 10/18 Texas Woman’s W 15-11,15-4,15-8 10/21 %TAM-Kingsville* W 15-11,15-9 10/21 %Abilene Christian* W 11-15,17-15,15-8 10/22 at Southwest Texas* L 8-15,8-15 10/22 %Angelo State* L 11-15,2-15 10/25 at North Texas L 7-15,4-15,9-15 10/28 ^Southwestern W 15-7,7-15,15-9 10/28 ^Texas Woman’s L 7-15,4-15 10/28 ^Hardin-Simmons W 11-15,15-9,15-10 10/28 ^Miss. U for Women W 14-16,16-14,15-6 10/29 ^Lee College W 15-7,16-14 10/29 ^Montevallo W 15-10,17-15 10/29 ^Texas-El Paso W 15-7,7-15,15-8 10/29 ^Southwestern W 15-4,15-8 11/1 at Stephen F. Austin W 15-6,15-9,12-15,17-15 11/7 Baylor W 15-4,15-9,17-15 11/7 Texas Lutheran L 8-15,10-15,10-15 11/10 +Stephen F. Austin* W 10-15,15-8,15-7 11/10 +Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 15-3,15-3 11/10 at Southwest Texas* L 12-15,12-15 11/11 +Angelo State* L 10-15,14-16 11/11 +Sam Houston* W 17-15,16-14 11/11 at Southwest Texas* L 7-15,11-15 ! – Stephen F. Austin Classic (Nacogdoches, Texas) ~ – LSC Mini Tournament (San Angelo, Texas) # – Baylor University (Waco, Texas) $ – LSC Mini Tournament (Sam Houston, Texas) % – LSC Mini Tournament (San Marcos, Texas) ^ – Texas Wesleyan Tournament, Ft. Worth, Texas) + – Lone Star Conference Tournament (San Marcos, Texas)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1984: Won 33, Lost 17 (LSC: 10-4) Head Coach: Kathy Goodlett Date Opponent W/L Score 9/6 Southwest Texas L 9-15,8-15,-6-15 9/8 at Texas Tech L 9-15,11-15,9-15 9/8 !West Texas A&M L 16-14,15-10,12-15,12-15,13-15 9/8 !Angelo State W 15-13,15-7,15-8 9/11 at Texas-Arlington L 7-15,6-15,16-14,11-15 9/14 ~Northern Colorado W 15-11,15-13 9/14 ~Colorado State (JV) W 15-13,15-6 9/14 ~NM Highlands W 12-15,15-4,15-12 9/15 ~Metropolitan St W 11-15,15-12,15-9 9/15 ~Air Force W 13-15,15-8,15-10 9/15 ~Northern Colorado L 2-15,15-4,12-15 9/18 at Texas Woman’s W 15-7,15-11 9/18 #Austin College W 15-8,15-6 9/21 $Wichita State L 15-17,15-13,8-15,6-15 9/21 $Oklahoma City W 15-7,15-4,15-11 9/21 $Texas-San Antonio W 15-11,15-6,12-15,15-5 9/22 $Oral Roberts L 10-15,6-15,1-15 9/22 $Tulsa W 15-8,6-15,13-15,15-8,15-7 9/22 $Stephen F. Austin W 7-15,16-14,15-10,15-2 9/28 %Eastern N. Mexico* W 3-15,15-10,15-5 9/28 %TAM-Kingsville* W 16-14,15-5 9/29 %Howard Payne* W 11-15,15-10,15-12 9/29 %Angelo State* L 2-15,15-8,9-15 9/29 at Abiline Christian* W 15-12,15-11, 10/3 North Texas W 15-9,15-17,15-7,15-7 10/5 ^Howard Payne W 15-10,15-7 10/5 ^Austin College W 15-4,15-0 10/6 ^Tarleton State W 15-10,15-5 10/6 ^Southern Arkansas W 15-0,15-11 10/6 ^Howard Payne W 10-15,15-5,15-13,15-9 10/9 at Texas Wesleyan W 13-15,15-10,15-8,15-7 10/19 Howard Payne*! W 15-10,15-2,10-15 10/19 A&M-Kingsville*! W 15-12,15-12 10/20 Eastern New Mexico*! W 15-5,15-12 10/20 Abilene Christian*! W 15-2,15-10 10/20 Angelo State*! L 13-15,13-15 10/22 at Sam Houston L 3-15,4-15,7-15 10/26 +Chapman W 15-6,15-8 10/27 +Cal St-Northridge L 3-15,7-15 10/27 +Regis L 6-18,10-15 10/27 at Air Force L 3-15,15-13,7-15 10/27 +Chapman W 15-5,9-15,15-9, 4-15,15-12 10/28 +Cal St-Northridge L 13-15,5-15,8-15 10/28 +Nebraska-Omaha L 6-15,4-15,10-15 10/28 +North Dakota W 10-15,15-13,15-7,15-4 10/30 Texas Woman’s W 15-13,15-12,13-15,15-7 11/8 ºHoward Payne W 15-11,15-9,15-13 11/9 ºAngelo State L 8-15,5-15,12-15 11/9 ºAbilene Christian W 15-13,15-12,15-9 11/9 ºAngelo State L 10-15,15-13,15-10,8-15,11-15 * – Lone Star Conference Match *! – Lone Star Conference Mini-Tournament (Commerce, Texas) ! – Texas Tech Invitational (Lubbock, Texas) ~ – Regis Tournament (Denver, Colo.) # – Texas Woman’s University (Denton, Texas) $ – Oral Roberts Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) % – Lone Star Conference Mini-Tournament (Abilene, Texas) ^ – Texas Woman’s University Tournament (Denton, Texas) + – USAFA Preimer Tournament (Colorado Springs,Colo.) º – Lone Star Conference Tournament (Kingsville, Texas 1985: Won 25, Lost 25 (LSC: 5-5) Head Coach: Kathy Goodlett Date Opponent W/L 9/3 Mankato State! L 9/7 Texas Tech• L 9/7 North Texas• W 9/7 West Texas A&M• W 9/13 ~Texas Woman’s L 9/13 ~Howard Payne W 9/13 ~Tennessee-Martin W 9/14 ~Texas-San Antonio L 9/14 at Stephen F. Austin W 9/14 ~Sam Houston L 9/17 Sam Houston L 9/21 at Eastern New Mexico* L 9/21 #Ft. Hays State L 9/24 Texas Woman’s W 9/26 Texas Wesleyan W 9/27 at Tulsa W 9/27 $Wichita State W 9/27 $Kansas L 10/3 at Texas Woman’s L 10/5 at Abilene Christian* W 10/7 at A&M-Kingsville* W 10/8 at Southwest Texas L 10/11 Abilene Christian* W 10/15 Howard Payne* W 10/17 at Angelo State* L 10/18 %Howard Payne W 10/18 %Southwestern L 10/19 %Tex-Pan American W 10/19 %Concordia-Lutheran W 10/19 %Texas-El Paso L 10/24 Texas A&M-Kingsville* W

Score 14-16,11-15,13-15 10-15,12-15,16-14,9-15 15-6,8-15,15-7,15-4 15-12,11-15,15-9,15-7 10-15,10-15 15-12,11-15,15-9 15-0,16-14 15-1,9-15,13-15 15-2,15-10 7-15,9-15 8-15,6-15,15-17 6-15,8-15,8-15 15-17,11-15,4-15 4-15,15-8,15-1,15-5 15-7,16-14,11-15,15-12 15-2,15-10,15-7 16-14,12-15,16-15,15-12,15-13 15-4,15-4,14-16,8-15,11-15 15-5,11-15,11-15,15-7,13-15 15-10,15-3,6-15,13-15,15-4 12-15,16-14,15-9,10-15,15-12 12-15,9-15,17-19 15-10,15-3,6-15,13-15,15-4 15-13,15-3,15-10 13-15,15-11,15-6 15-3,9-15,15-13 15-4,11-15,9-15 15-9,15-8 15-11,7-15,15-5 6-15,8-15 15-5,15-4,15-9

10/26 ^Cal St-Sacramento L 6-15,14-16 10/26 at Air Force W 15-11,15-12 10/26 ^Northern Colorado L 9-15,10-15 10/26 ^Cal St-Riverside L 15-6,15-7 10/26 ^Regis W 18-16,15-6 10/27 ^Cal St-Northridge L 2-15,9-15,15-9,3-15 10/27 ^Central Missouri L 24-22,15-12,13-15,1-15 10/27 ^Alaska-Anchorage L 11-15,15-7,15-3,13-15,9-15 11/1 at Howard Payne* W 15-7,15-11,11-15,15-10 11/5 Angelo State* L 1-15,5-15,3-15 11/7 at Sam Houston L 6-15,5-15,5-15 11/9 Eastern New Mexico* L 1-15,13-15,15-9,12-15 11/12 at North Texas W 15-8,15-8,15-13 11/18 +Texas A&M-Kingsville W 15-9,15-10,15-10 11/18 +Angelo State L 4-15,4-15,9-15 11/18 +Howard Payne W 15-9,12-15,11-15,15-1,15-8 11/19 +Eastern New Mexico W 15-12,13-15,11-15,15-13,15-12 11/19 at Abilene Christian W 15-6,15-9,15-10 11/19 +Angelo State L 8-15,11-15,15-10,7-15 * – Lone Star Conference Match • – East Texas State Invitational (Commerce, Texas) ! – Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas) ~ – Stephen F. Austin Tournament (Nacogdoches, Texas) # – Eastern New Mexico University (Portales, N.M.) $ – Tulsa University Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) % – Southwest Texas Invitational (San Marcos, Texas) ^ – USAFA Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs,Colo.) + – Lone Star Conference Tournament (Abilene, Texas) 1986: Won 22, Lost 2 (LSC: 12-0) LONE STAR CONFERENCEC CHAMPIONS NCAA SOUTH REGION FINALIST NCAA NATIONAL QUARTERFINALIST Head Coach: Kathy Goodlett Date Opponent W/L Score 9/9 North Texas W 15-5,15-0,15-4 9/16 Texas Woman’s W 16-14,17-15,15-7 9/24 Howard Payne* W 15-1,15-2,15-0 9/29 Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 15-6,15-7,15-3 10/4 Abilene Christian* W 15-5,15-9,15-8 10/7 at Texas Wesleyan W 15-11,14-16,15-2,15-12,15-9 10/11 at West Texas A&M* W 15-2,15-10,15-3 10/12 at Eastern New Mexico* W 15-7,15-7,15-9 10/18 at Angelo State* W 15-13,15-8,15-8 10/21 at Howard Payne* W 15-8,15-5,15-5 10/24 !Cent.Connecticut W 15-3,15-0 10/24 !C.W.Post-LIU W 10-15,15-10,15-4 10/24 !Nebraska-Omaha L 11-15,14-16 10/25 at Army W 15-4,15-11 10/25 !New Haven W 15-5,16-14 10/25 !Cal St-Sacremento L 2-15,7-15 10/30 Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 15-3,15-8,15-7 11/1 at Abilene Christian* W 12-15,15-4,15-11,15-13,15-2 11/3 West Texas A&M* W 15-5,15-0,15-10 11/5 Eastern New Mexico* W 15-11,15-12,15-5 11/8 at Stephen F. Austin W 15-1,15-9,15-10 11/12 Angelo State* W 15-11,13-15,15-9,15-2 11/14 Abilene Christian• W 14-16,15-5,15-2,15-7 11/15 Eastern New Mexico• W 15-0,15-4,15-4 * – Lone Star Conference Match • – Lone Star Conference Tournament (Commerce, Texas) ! – Army Classic (West Point, N.Y.) 1987: Won 30, Lost 5 (LSC: 9-1) LONE STAR CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Head Coach: Kathy Goodlett Date Opponent W/L 9/1 at Baylor W 9/8 at Texas Woman’s W 9/15 at North Texas W 9/17 at Cal Poly-Pomona W 9/18 at Cal State-Dom. Hills W 9/18 !Cal St-Sacramento W 9/19 !Cal St-Northridge L 9/19 !Cal St-Los Angeles W 9/19 !Westmont W 9/26 Stephen F. Austin W 9/26 Texas Wesleyan W 9/26 Texas-Pan American W 10/3 at Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 10/5 Abilene Christian* W 10/10 at West Texas A&M* L 10/12 at Eastern New Mexico* W 10/15 Central Oklahoma W 10/23 •Texas Woman’s W 10/23 •Angelo State W 10/24 •Miss. Univ. for Women W 10/24 •Tampa W 10/24 •Central Missouri W 10/29 at Central Oklahoma W 10/31 Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 11/3 at Abilene Christian* W 11/7 West Texas A&M* W 11/8 Metropolitan State W 11/9 Eastern New Mexico* W 11/13 ~Grand Valley State L 11/13 at Air Force W 11/13 ~Portland State W 11/14 ~Angelo State L

2010 VOLLEYBALL MEDIA GUIDE

Score 16-14,15-7,13-15,15-11 7-15,15-5,15-5,15-12 15-2,14-16,15-5,15-9 17-15,15-9,14-16, 9-15,15-11 15-7,15-2,15-9 16-14,16-14,15-6 9-15,9-15,10-15 15-2,15-6,15-8 15-9,15-13,8-15,15-4 15-2,15-8,15-2 15-13,15-10,15-11 15-6,15-4,15-5 15-1,15-1,15-3 15-7,15-2,15-5 15-13,13-15,13-15,8-15 15-4,15-2,15-11 15-0,15-1,15-2 15-5,15-5,15-2 15-7,12-15,15-4,12-15,15-11 15-8,15-9,15-4 11-15,1-15,15-4,17-15,15-7 9-15,15-8,15-7,15-13 15-0,15-0,15-9 15-3,15-6,15-2 15-4,15-11,15-12 15-5,10-15,15-11,16-14 15-6,15-7,14-16,16-14 15-4,15-4,15-3 17-19,11-15,15-9,15-3,9-15 15-10,15-11,12-15,15-3 12-15,12-15,15-13,15-11,15-3 11-15,10-15,15-8,15-4,12-15

11/14 ~Grand Valley State W 15-17,15-17,15-8,15-8,15-6 11/14 ~Cal St-Sacramento L 10-15,3-15,15-11,13-15 11/19 at Angelo State* W 15-13,15-7,13-15,15-7 12/5 #Tampa W 15-13,16-15,15-7 12/6 #Central Missouri L 16-14,15-7,15-4,15-1 * – Lone Star Conference Match • – East Texas State Invitational (Commerce, Texas) ! – Cal State Tournament (Dominquez Hills, Calif.) ~ – USAFA Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) # – NCAA Division II South Regional (Lakeland, Fla.) 1988: Won 23, Lost 10 (LSC: 12-2) NCAA SOUTH CENTRAL REGION FINALIST Head Coach: Kathy Goodlett Date Opponent W/L Score 9/15 Texas Lutheran W 15-2,15-11,15-11 9/17 Texas-San Antonio W 15-12,14-16,15-9,10-15,15-4 9/21 at Texas Wesleyan W 15-13,10-15,15-13,15-4 9/23 !Tulsa W 15-3,15-7,5-15,15-4 9/23 !Central Oklahoma W 15-7,15-3,15-3 9/27 at A&M-Kingsville* W 15-12,14-16,15-5,15-9 9/27 ~Texas-Pan American W 15-4,15-5 9/30 Cameron* W 15-4,15-8,15-7 10/1 Central Oklahoma* W 15-2,12-15,15-9,15-5 10/4 Texas Woman’s W 15-8,15-4,15-1 10/7 at Eastern New Mexico* W 15-5,15-2,15-12 10/8 at West Texas A&M L 13-15,7-15,10-15 10/14 Angelo State* W 13-15,15-5,16-14,15-10 10/15 Abilene Christian* W 15-6,15-4,6-15,15-13 10/20 Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 15-11,15-4,15-5 10/21 #Missouri-St. Louis W 15-8,15-8,11-15,13-15,15-13 10/21 #NE Missouri W 15-8,15-3,15-5 10/22 #Nebraska-Omaha L 8-15,13-15,8-15 10/22 #Central Missouri L 7-15,11-15,15-10,13-15 10/26 at Central Oklahoma* W 15-3,15-6,15-3 10/26 at Cameron* W 15-11,15-5,15-9 10/28 Eastern New Mexico* W 15-5,15-7,11-15,15-3 10/29 West Texas A&M* L 6-15,14-16,6-15 11/4 at Air Force L 10-15,15-12,11-15,5-15 11/4 $California-Riverside L 15-13, 15-6, 17-15,12-15,15-6 11/4 $Cal St-Northridge L 15-11,8-15,2-15,8-15 11/5 $Metropolitan State L 15-6, 9-15,15-12,11-15,8-15 11/5 $Grand Valley State W 15-5, 15-12,12-15,11-15,15-10 11/5 $Lewis L 8-15, 6-15,15-11,15-13,10-15 11/12 at Angelo State* W 6-15, 15-10,15-7,9-15,15-12 11/13 at Abilene Christian* W 15-10,15-13,15-7 12/2 %Nebraska-Omaha W 15-9, 14-16, 10-15, 15-9, 15-13 12/3 %at Central Missouri L 1-15, 2-15, 1-15 * – Lone Star Conference Match ! – Oral Roberts Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) ~ – Texas A&M University-Kingsville (Kingsville, Texas) # – Central Missouri Tournament (Warrensburg, Mo.) $ – USAFA Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs,Colo. % – NCAA Division II South Central Regional (Warrensburg, Mo.) 1989: Won 17, Lost 19 (LSC: 10-6) Head Coach: Kathy Goodlett Date Opponent W/L Score 9/8 !Texas A&M-Kingsville W 15-8,15-13,15-8 9/8 !Midwestern State W 15-4,8-15,16-14,15-12 9/9 !Concordia-Lutheran W 20-18,10-15,15-8,15-12 9/9 at Texas Wesleyan L 14-16,15-9,8-15,15-5,8-15 9/9 !Southwestern W 14-16,15-12,16-14,15-8 9/12 Texas Wesleyan L 11-15,15-9,13-15,4-15 9/15 ~Cal St-Bakersfield L 10-15,9-15,15-11,10-15 9/15 ~Northern Colorado L 15-7,8-15,3-15,10-15 9/16 ~Regis L 13-15,15-12,7-15,5-15 9/16 ~Nebraska-Omaha L 6-15,15-12,12-15,3-15 9/19 at Cameron* W 15-6,15-12,15-10 9/20 at Central Oklahoma* W 15-5,15-6, 7-15,15-8 9/22 at Portland State L 9-15,0-15,0-15 9/22 #Cal St-Northridge L 8-15,5-15,9-15 9/23 #Regis L 13-15,3-15,3-15 9/23 #Nebraska-Omaha L 8-15,6-15,12-15 9/28 Eastern New Mexico* L 11-15,15-9,16-14,13-15,10-15 9/29 West Texas A&M* L 5-15,14-16,15-9,15-9,10-15 10/5 Texas-San Antonio W 17-19,15-8,15-8,16-14 10/6 Angelo State* L 14-16,15-10,5-15,15-17 10/7 Abilene Christian* W 15-13,15-8,15-6 10/10 at Texas Woman’s* W 14-16,15-7,15-8,15-13 10/13 at Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 15-10,15-10,16-14 10/18 at Angelo State* L 11-15,15-5,15-11,11-15,11-15 10/19 at Abilene Christian* W 15-6,11-15,5-15,15-11,15-6 10/26 at West Texas A&M* L 6-15,11-15,13-15 10/27 at Eastern New Mexico* W 15-8,8-15,12-15,15-2,15-9 11/3 $Cal St-Bakersfield W 8-15,15-6,15-13,7-15,15-9 11/3 $Metropolitan State L 9-15,16-14,4-15,8-15 11/4 $Minnesota L 13-15,9-15,10-15 11/4 $Northern Michigan W 15-13,15-0,15-12 11/4 $St. Cloud State L 2-15,4-15,15-8,14-16 11/9 Texas Woman’s* L 12-15,11-15,6-15 11/11 Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 15-9,15-7,14-16,15-5 11/17 Central Oklahoma* W 15-11,15-13,12-15,15-4 11/20 Cameron* W 14-16,15-0,15-11,15-13 * – Lone Star Conference Match ! – St. Edward’s Tournament (Austin, Texas) ~ – West Texas A&M Invitational (Canyon, Texas) # – Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) $ – USAFA Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs,Colo.)

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1990: Won 12, Lost 18 (LSC: 9-7) Head Coach: Terri Johnson Date Opponent W/L Score 9/5 at Texas Wesleyan L 15-7,15-7,9-15,12-15,1-15 9/7 !Texas A&M-Kingsville W 16-14,15-2,15-3 9/8 at St Edward’s L 12-15,8-15,15-11,9-15 9/8 !Texas-San Antonio L 14-16,11-15,12-15 9/14 ~Portland State L 6-15,5-15,7-15 9/14 ~Nebraska-Omaha L 15-8,9-15,13-15,12-15 9/15 ~Cal State-Chico W 15-10,5-15,9-15,15-11,15-10 9/15 at Regis L 6-15,15-4,15-11,12-15, 7-15 9/21 at West Texas A&M* L 6-15,4-15,8-15 9/22 #Air Force L 15-8,11-15,15-3,7-15,13-15 9/22 at Eastern New Mexico* L 8-15,15-6,7-15,10-15 9/28 at Angelo State* L 13-15,6-15,3-15 9/29 at Abilene Christian* L 10-15,7-15,11-15 10/3 Central Oklahoma* W 15-2,15-9,4-15,14-16,15-11 10/5 at Cal State-Sacramento L 5-15,8-15,5-15 10/5 $Cal St-Bakersfield L 8-15,4-15,6-15 10/5 $New Haven W 15-8,15-9,13-15,12-15,15-4 10/6 $California-Davis L 2-15,3-15,1-15 10/6 $New Haven L 13-15,14-16,15-8,9-15 10/9 Texas Woman’s* W 15-13,15-1,15-12 10/13 at A&M-Kingsville* W 15-10,15-10,10-15,15-8 10/16 Cameron* W 15-12,14-16,15-1,15-8 10/19 Abilene Christian* W 15-13,12-15,14-16,15-7,15-10 10/20 Angelo State* L 15-9,17-15,13-15,6-15,5-15 10/26 at Central Oklahoma* L 15-11,9-15,4-15,4-15 10/27 at Cameron* W 15-11,15-6,15-12 11/9 Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 15-4,15-3,15-6 11/9 Eastern New Mexico* W 15-3,16-14,15-11 11/10 West Texas A&M* L 7-15,15-17,8-15 11/15 %Texas Woman’s* W 15-7,15-9,15-8 * – Lone Star Conference Match ! – St. Edward’s Tournament (Austin, Texas) ~ – Regis Tournament (Denver, Colo.) # – West Texas A&M Fieldhouse (Canyon, Texas) $ – CSU-Sacramento Tournament (Sacramento, Calif.) % – Calhoun Junior High School (Denton, Texas) 1991: Won 8, Lost 22 (LSC: 3-5) Head Coach: Terri Johnson Date Opponent W/L Score 9/6 !Concordia Lutheran L 14-16,8-15,10-15 9/6 !Southwestern L 5-15,15-8,8-15,12-15 9/7 !Wayland Baptist W 15-6,15-7 9/7 !Southwestern L 11-15,16-18 9/10 Texas Wesleyan W 15-13,15-7,15-5 9/13 at Cal State-LA W 15-4,10-15,15-9,6-15,15-8 9/13 ~Calif.-Riverside L 2-15,13-15,4-15 9/14 ~California-Davis L 9-15,11-15,1-15 9/14 ~Humboldt State L 8-15,9-15,16-14,6-15 9/17 Southern Arkansas W 9-15,15-4,15-7,15-13 9/20 at West Texas A&M L 9-15,12-15,7-15 9/21 #Air Force L 15-11,18-16,13-15,4-15,5-15 9/27 $Nebraska-Kearney L 4-15,15-12, 11-15,4-15 9/27 $Augustana (S.D.) L 15-9,10-15,5-15,13-15 9/28 $Cal State-LA L 2-15,4-15,8-15 9/28 $Texas Woman’s L 15-9,3-15,5-15,11-15 10/4 St. Edward’s W 15-12,9-15,16-14,9-15,15-11 10/5 Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 15-6,17-16,8-15,15-13 10/11 at Abilene Christian* L 10-15,15-4,13-15,12-15 10/12 at Angelo State* L 4-15,6-15,2-15 10/18 Eastern New Mexico* L 3-15,15-10,11-15,15-12,12-15 10/19 West Texas A&M L 8-15,6-15,1-15 10/25 at Cameron* W 7-15,15-4,10-15,17-16,15-7 10/26 at Central Oklahoma W 15-5,16-14,6-15,16-14 11/1 %Texas Wesleyan L 15-5,10-15,4-15,9-15 11/1 at Texas Woman’s L 1-15,17-15,14-16,13-15 11/2 %Nebraska-Omaha L 13-15,5-15,10-15 11/2 %Missouri Southern L 6-15,12-15,12-15 11/9 at Texas Woman’s* L 5-15,10-15,13-15 11/15 ^Abilene Christian* L 5-15,9-15,15-8,12-15 * – Lone Star Conference Match ! – St. Edward’s Tournament (Austin, Texas) ~ – Cal State-Los Angeles Tournament (Los Angeles, Calif.) # – West Texas A&M Fieldhouse (Canyon, Texas) $ – Northern Premier Tournament (Greeley, Colo.) % – Texas Woman’s Tournament (Denton, Texas ^ – Lone Star Conference Tournament (San Angelo, Texas) 1992: Won 19, Lost 17 (LSC: 3-5) Head Coach: Terri Johnson Date Opponent W/L 9/4 !Alaska-Anchorage L 9/4 !Wayne State (Mich.) L 9/5 !Bellarmine (Ky.) W 9/5 !Cameron W 9/9 at Texas Wesleyan L 9/11 ~Michigan Tech W 9/11 ~Cal St-San Bernadino L 9/12 ~Chapman (Calif.) L 9/12 ~Humboldt St (Calif.) L 9/15 Henderson State (Ark.) L 9/18 #Texas Lutheran L 9/18 #Concordia Lutheran W 9/19 #Texas A&M-Kingsville W 9/19 #Texas Lutheran W

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Score 12-15,10-15,6-15 7-15,7-15,5-15 15-12,6-15,15-13,15-5 15-10,15-8,15-8 0-15,15-0,3-15,15-11,9-15 11-15,12-15,15-4,16-14,24-22 10-15,3-15,15-5,14-16 8-15,12-15,13-15 16-14,9-15,2-15,11-15 14-16,16-14,16-18,15-11,12-15 15-8,14-16,9-15,12-15 11-15,15-7,15-8,15-9 12-15,15-10,15-3,15-11 15-5,15-7,10-15,15-6

9/24 Oral Roberts (Okla.) W 15-8,15-5,15-9 10/2 Texas Woman’s• L 11-15,6-15,16-14,11-15 10/3 West Texas A&M• L 2-15,11-15,10-15 10/3 Harding (Ark.)• W 10-15,15-13,15-0,15-10 10/8 St. Edward’s W 15-10,15-13,15-3 10/9 $Southern Arkansas W 15-11,10-15,15-6,15-9 10/9 $Harding (Ark.) W 15-2,15-12,13-15,8-15,18-16 10/9 $Central Arkansas W 15-13,15-10,13-15,6-15,15-13 10/10 at Henderson St (Ark.) W 17-15,12-15,17-15,15-9 10/10 $Ouachita Baptist W 13-15,15-5,11-15,15-10,15-6 10/10 $Southern Arkansas L 15-8,14-16,10-15,9-15 10/16 Angelo State* W 15-4,15-11,12-15,17-15 10/17 Abilene Christian* L 15-2,6-15,12-15,12-15 10/23 at West Texas A&M L 8-15,4-15,18-16,11-15 10/24 at Eastern New Mexico* L 12-15,15-9,6-15,11-15 10/27 at Southern Arkansas W 15-10,15-11,11-15,15-8 10/30 Central Oklahoma* L 13-15,14-16,8-15 10/31 Cameron* W 15-7,15-17,1-15,15-7,15-12 11/10 Texas Woman’s* L 9-15,6-15,10-15 11/13 at A&M-Kingsville* W 13-15,15-9,15-13,15-13 11/20 %Abilene Christian* L 5-15,15-6,16-18,15-11,11-15 * – Lone Star Conference Match • – East Texas State Invitational (Commerce, Texas) ! – Missouri-St. Louis Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.) ~ – California-Davis Tournament (Davis, Calif.) # – Diane Daniels Classic (Austin, Texas) $ – Henderson State Tournament (Arkadelphia, Ark.) % – Lone Star Conference Tournament (San Angelo, Texas) 1993: Won 15, Lost 21 (LSC: 5-10) Head Coach: Terri Johnson Date Opponent W/L Score 9/3 !NE Missouri State L 15-9, 10-15, 9-15, 6-15 9/3 !Fort Hays (Kan.) L 3-15, 13-15, 15-10, 5-15 9/4 !Cameron (Okla.) W 15-8, 10-15, 15-9, 15-5 9/4 !Emporia State (Kan.) L 15-13, 5-15, 15-13, 7-15, 6-15 9/7 Henderson State (Ark.) L 2-15, 8-15, 15-17 9/11 West Texas A&M* L 2-15, 15-6, 12-15, 15-5,8-15 9/14 at Southern Arkansas W 9-15, 15-11, 15-13, 15-7 9/17 at Abilene Christian* L 7-15, 15-4, 13-15, 15-13,13-15 9/18 at Angelo State* W 15-7, 9-15, 16-14, 15-9 9/21 at Henderson State (Ark.) L 4-15, 5-15, 13-15 9/24 ~Fort Hays State W 15-4, 3-15, 15-10, 15-13 9/24 ~Cameron (Okla.) W 15-6, 15-7, 15-5 9/25 ~at Central Okla.* L 10-15, 5-15, 13-15 9/25 ~Drury (Mo.) W 12-15,11-15,15-6, 15-10, 15-11 10/1 Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 15-5, 15-7, 15-3 10/2 Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 15-10, 15-9, 11-15, 15-4 10/2 Eastern New Mexico* L 14-16, 7-15, 12-15 10/5 Texas Woman’s* W 15-7, 15-6, 9-15, 15-12 10/7 at Cameron (Okla.) W 15-11, 17-15, 12-15, 15-12 10/8 #Fort Hays St (Kan.) L 6-15, 6-15, 15-4, 15-11, 12-15 10/8 #Mesa State (Colo.) W 16-14, 15-8, 8-15, 15-10 10/9 #Regis (Colo.) L 6-15, 6-15, 7-15 10/9 #Metro State (Colo.) L 6-15, 6-15, 3-15 10/12 Abilene Christian* L 13-15, 13-15, 10-15 10/14 Southern Arkansas W 15-10, 15-5, 13-15, 15-10 10/16 Angelo State* L 8-15, 8-15, 9-15 10/22 at Eastern New Mexico* L 12-15, 11-15, 9-15 10/23 at West Texas A&M* L 15-7, 8-15, 4-15, 12-15 10/29 $Indianapolis W 15-10, 15-11, 15-13 10/29 $Wis.-Parkside L 15-1, 15-17, 15-8, 13-15,13-15 10/30 $Quincy (Ill.) L 12-15, 12-15, 13-15 10/30 $Missouri-St. Louis L 2-15, 3-15, 10-15 11/2 at Texas Woman’s* L 15-13, 5-15, 8-15, 10-15 11/5 Central Oklahoma W 5-15, 15-5, 15-7, 6-15,15-9 11/6 Cameron (Okla.) W 15-12, 15-5, 15-6 11/12 % Abilene Christian* L 4-15, 10-15, 7-15 * – Lone Star Conference Match ! – Washburn Invitational (Topeka, Kan.) ~ – Lady Broncho Invitational (Edmond, Okla. # – Fort Hays Invitational (Fort Hays, Kan.) $ – Missouri-St. Louis Invitational (St. Louis, Mo.) % – Lone Star Conference Tournament (Denton, Texas) 1994: Won 21, Lost 13 (LSC: 13-4) Head Coach: Terri Johnson Date Opponent W/L 9/2 ! Drury (Mo.) W 9/2 at Washburn (Kan.) W 9/3 ! Central Missouri L 9/3 ! Emporia (Kan.) L 9/9 at Missouri Southern W 9/9 ~ Drury (Mo.) L 9/10 ~ Pittsburg St. (Kan.) W 9/10 ~ NE Missouri State L 9/13 Southern Arkansas W 9/16 at West Texas A&M* W 9/17 at Eastern New Mexico* W 9/20 Henderson State L 9/23 Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 9/24 Abilene Christian* W 9/29 Angelo State* W 10/1 at Tex.A&M-Kingsville* W 10/4 Texas Woman’s* L 10/6 Central Oklahoma* W 10/7 at Henderson State L 10/7 # Drury (Mo.) L 10/8 # Central Missouri L

Score 10-15, 10-15, 15-13, 16-14,15-8 6-15, 15-9, 17-15, 16-14 16-14, 4-15, 15-9, 3-15, 11-15 12-15, 15-17, 10-15 16-14, 11-15, 16-14, 15-8 4-15, 15-11, 15-12, 6-15,10-15 15-6, 16-14, 16-14 11-15, 6-15, 7-15 15-12, 15-12, 9-15, 15-12 4-15, 18-16, 15-6, 15-12 15-8, 11-15, 15-7, 15-9 10-15, 6-15, 15-11, 13-15 16-14, 15-2, 15-13 15-13, 15-4, 15-4 15-6, 13-15, 15-13, 15-6 15-13, 15-3, 11-15, 15-4 11-15, 15-6, 13-15, 15-7, 13-15 12-15, 14-16, 15-8, 15-11,15-8 16-14, 5-15, 15-10, 9-15, 6-15 12-15, 16-14, 15-12, 7-15,12-15 9-15, 16-14, 10-15, 14-16

10/8 # Missouri-St. Louis W 15-12, 8-15, 15-2, 15-6 10/14 Eastern New Mexico* W 15-6, 8-15, 15-13, 15-13 10/15 West Texas A&M* W 15-8, 15-12, 8-15, 13-15,15-11 10/18 at Southern Arkansas L 3-15, 15-9, 15-4, 13-15, 11-15 10/21 at Abilene Christian* W 15-7, 15-6, 15-10 10/22 at Angelo State* L 13-15, 15-6, 14-16, 15-6,14-16 10/29 Tarleton State W 15-7, 10-15, 17-15, 15-5 11/1 at Tarleton State W 15-7, 15-12, 15-6 11/5 at Texas Woman’s* W 15-9, 15-10, 15-6 11/11 $ A&M-Kingsville* W 15-3, 11-15, 15-6, 15-5 11/12 at Eastern New Mexico* W 15-5, 17-19, 15-4, 15-10 11/12 $ Central Oklahoma* L 6-15, 7-15, 11-15 * – Lone Star Conference Match ! – Washburn Invitational (Topeka, Kan.) ~ – Missouri Southern Invitational (Joplin, Mo.) # – Henderson State Invitational (Arkadelphia, Ark.) $ – Lone Star Conference Tournament (Portales, N.M.) 1995: Won 20, Lost 13 (LSC: 10-6) Head Coach: Terri Johnson Date Opponent W/L Score 9/1 ! N.M. Highlands W 15-1, 15-4, 15,6 9/1 ! Cameron W 6-15, 15-6, 15-7,13-15,15-12 9/2 ! Southern Arkansas W 15-4, 15-1, 15-10 9/2 ! Pittsburg State L 15-10, 15-7, 10-15, 9-15, 7-15 9/5 Henderson State (Ark.) W 6-15, 18-16, 15-8, 15-13 9/8 ~ Missouri Western L 15-10, 14-16, 15-13, 5-15,14-16 9/8 ~ SW State (Minn.) W 15-4, 15-10, 15-11 9/9 ~ Chadron St. (Neb.) W 15-6, 10-15, 13-15, 15-6,15-8 9/9 at Nebraska-Kearney L 5-15, 3-15, 10-15 9/16 at Angelo State* L 14-16, 15-10, 12-15, 15-912-15 9/18 at Abilene Christian* W 15-8, 15-13, 11-15, 9-15, 15-9 9/19 at Henderson State L 15-17, 12-15, 6-15 9/24 Abilene Christian* W 15-11, 15-6, 15-10 9/28 at Texas Woman’s* W 15-9, 15-7, 9-15, 15-7 9/30 at Central Oklahoma* L 10-15, 10-15,12-15 10/3 at A&M-Kingsville* W 15-1, 15-12, 15-17, 15-6 10/6 West Texas A&M* L 0-15, 11-15, 9-15 10/7 Eastern New Mexico* L 7-15, 16-14, 5-15, 12-15 10/10 at Tarleton State* W 15-8, 15-13, 11-15, 15-13 10/13 at Eastern New Mexico* L 2-15, 7-15, 11-15 10/14 at West Texas A&M* L 11-15, 7-15, 9-15 10/17 Tarleton State* W 15-4, 10-15, 15-10, 15-3 10/21 Angelo State* W 15-2, 15-7, 15-6 10/23 at Southern Arkansas W 15-13, 15-9, 15-13 10/27 # Central Missouri State L 5-15, 2-15, 15-10, 8-15 10/27 at Missouri-St-Louis L 15-8, 13-15, 3-15, 9-15 10/28 Emporia State (Kan.) W 17-15, 15-10, 13-15, 15-12 10/28 # Quincy (Ill.) W 15-5, 14-16, 15-8, 11-15 15-9 10/30 A&M-Kingsville* W 15-9, 15-9, 15-1 11/2 Central Oklahoma* W 15-10, 15-5, 10-15, 15-12 11/4 Texas Woman’s* W 2-15, 15-13, 15-10, 15-9 11/6 Southern Arkansas W 15-6, 16-14, 15-7 11/10 $Central Oklahoma L 5-15, 10-15, 9-15 ! – at Texas Woman’s Labor Day Classic (Denton, Texas) ~ – at Nebraska-Kearney Tournament (Kearney, Neb.) # – at Missouri-St. Louis Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.) $ – Lone Star Conference Tournament (Edmond, Okla.) 1996: Won 7, Lost 27 (LSC: 5-13) Head Coach: Larry Blackwell Date Opponent W/L Score 8/30 ! Cameron L 15-5,15-8,8-15,10-15,13-15 8/30 ! South Dakota State L 7-15,11-15,2-15 8/31 ! Southern Colorado L 4-15, 6-15, 19-17, 11-15 8/31 ! Alabama-Huntsville L 10-15, 8-15, 15-13, 10-15 9/6 at Eastern New Mexico* L 12-15, 9-15, 9-15 9/7 at West Texas A&M * L 9-15, 4-15, 12-15 9/12 Angelo State * W 15-11, 11-15, 12-15, 15-8,15-11 9/14 Abilene Christian * L 12-15, 9-15, 2-15 9/17 Henderson State L 8-15, 5-15, 12-15 9/20 at Midwestern State * L 15-11, 11-15, 15-7, 14-16,11-15 9/21 at Tarleton State * W 16-14, 15-6, 15-12 9/24 at Southern Arkansas L 5-15, 13-15, 16-14, 6-15 9/26 Central Oklahoma * W 15-5, 15-5, 15-9 9-28 at Texas Woman’s * L 7-15, 10-15, 16-14, 12-15 10/5 ~ Missouri Southern L 8-15, 7-15, 15-13, 5-15 10/5 ~ Drury W 15-4, 6-15, 15-9, 15-13 10/6 ~ North Alabama L 12-15, 6-15, 10-15 10/6 ~ Ouachita Baptist W 15-6, 15-7, 13-15, 15-4 10/11 Eastern New Mexico * L 13-15, 8-15, 15-11, 13-15 10/12 West Texas A&M * W 15-11, 6-15, 15-10, 15-13 10/15 at Texas A&M-Kingsville* L 11-15, 5-15, 13-15 10/18 at Angelo State * L 15-6, 15-17, 14-16, 7-15 10/19 at Abilene Christian * L 15-7, 11-15, 13-15, 15-137-15 10/22 at Henderson State L 10-15, 8-15, 13-15 10/25 # UC-Davis L 14-16, 9-15, 9-15 10/25 # Bellamine L 7-15, 13-15, 16-14, 11-15 10/26 # Cal.-Bakersfield L 15-11, 6-15, 15-4, 11-15,12-15 10/26 # Mesa State L 5-15, 11-15, 3-15 10/31 Midwestern State * L 12-15, 12-15, 18-16, 12-15 11/2 Tarleton State * W 10-15, 15-11, 15-11, 15-4 11/9 at Central Oklahoma * L 12-15, 11-15, 5-15 11/10 Texas Woman’s * L 7-15, 15-13, 12-15, 10-15 11/11 Texas A&M-Kingsville * L 7-15, 7-15, 10-15 11/12 Southern Arkansas L 15-10, 9-15, 13-15, 11-15 ! – East Texas Regional Challenge (Commerce, Texas) ~ – at Henderson State Tournament (Arkadelphia, Ark.) # – at Cal. State Bakersfield Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.) * – Lone Star Conference Opponent

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1997: Won 19, Lost 16 (LSC: 5-5) Head Coach: Larry Blackwell Date Opponent W/L Score 8/29 ! at Arkansas Tech L 9-15, 10-15, 17-15, 6-15 8/29 ! Southwest Baptist W 15-4, 17-15, 15-8 8/29 ! Miss. Univ. for Women W 15-6, 15-12, 15-1 8/30 ! Alabama-Huntsville L 5-15, 15-10, 15-17, 11-15 9/2 Texas Wesleyan L 11-15, 11-15, 15-11, 8-15 9/5 ~ Austin College W 15-4, 15-10, 15-8 9/6 ~ Hardin-Simmons W 15-2, 15-9, 15-5 9/6 ~ Southwestern W 15-11, 14-16, 15-12, 15-3 9/9 at Dallas Baptist W 16-14, 14-16, 15-9, 15-11 9/12 Cameron* L 10-15, 8-15, 2-15 9/13 Central Oklahoma* W 15-13, 4-15, 15-6, 15-10 9/19 at Harding* W 12-15, 15-11, 10-15, 15-5, 19-17 9/20 at Ouachita Baptist* W 15-8, 15-13, 8-15, 11-15,16-14 9/23 Texas Woman’s* L 4-15, 5-15, 2-15 9/26 Miss. Univ. for Women W 15-6, 15-11, 12-15, 15-8 9/27 # Drury W 15-6, 12-15, 15-9, 15-10 9/27 # Alabama-Hunstville L 7-15, 4-15, 6-15 9/27 # North Alabama L 9-15, 16-14, 13-15, 8-15 9/29 at Henderson State W 15-11, 11-15, 15-13, 11-15,15-12 10/3 Abilene Christian W 15-8, 13-15, 15-8, 15-6 10/4 Angelo State L 9-15, 16-14, 13-15, 8-15 10/7 Tarleton State L 15-9, 7-15, 11-15, 15-6, 13-15 10/9 Henderson State W 15-8, 15-11, 7-15, 9-15, 18-16 10/14 Dallas Baptist W 3-15, 18-16, 16-14, 15-13 10/17 at West Texas A&M L 8-15, 8-15, 7-15 10/18 at Eastern New Mexico L 15-13, 13-15, 11-15, 11-15 10/24 at Cameron* L 11-15, 8-15, 7-15 10/25 at Central Oklahoma* L 5-15, 7-15, 7-15 10/28 at Tarleton State L 8-15, 11-15, 16-14, 11-15 10/31 Harding* W 15-7, 15-9, 15-6 11/1 Ouachita Baptist* W 6-15, 15-11, 15-4, 15-13 11/5 at Texas Wesleyan L 13-15, 15-9, 15-13, 2-15,11-15 11/8 at Texas Woman’s* L 5-15, 9-15, 4-15 * – Lone Star Conference Match ! – Arkansas Tech Tournament (Russellville, Ark.) # – Howard Payne Tournament (Brownwood, Texas) ~ – North Alabama Tournament (Florence, Ala.) 1998: Won 16, Lost 19 (LSC: 7-5) Head Coach: Larry Blackwell Date Opponent W/L Score 8/28 !Christian Brothers W 15-2, 15-5, 15-7 8/28 !Mississippi Univ. W 15-11, 15-4, 15-13 8/29 !Rockhurst College L 4-15, 6-15, 7-15 8/29 !Southwest Baptist L 9-15, 16-18, 12-15 9/1 at Tarleton State L 15-10, 15-8, 7-15, 10-15,10-15 9/4 East Texas Baptist W 15-4, 15-12, 15-12 9/4 Southern Arkansas W 15-10,16-14,13-15,12-15,15-11 9/8 Henderson State W 16-14, 15-4, 6-15, 15-4 9/11 ~ Rockhurst College L 4-15, 1-15, 7-15 9/11 ~ Missouri Western L 4-15, 8-15, 14-16 9/12 ~ Southwest Baptist W 15-13, 5-15, 15-17, 15-8,15-10 9/12 at Drury L 6-15, 14-16, 15-12, 11-15 9/15 Texas Wesleyan W 17-15, 16-14, 12-15, 15-9 9/16 Dallas Baptist L 15-13, 4-15, 15-9, 5-15, 12-15 9/18 at Harding* W 15-12, 15-13, 15-10 9/19 at Ouachita Baptist* W 15-3, 14-16, 15-10, 15-7 9/22 at SE Oklahoma* W 12-15, 15-13, 15-6, 15-7 9/25 Cameron* L 12-15, 1-15, 7-15 9/26 Central Oklahoma* L 3-15, 15-10, 2-15, 7-15 9/29 Texas Woman’s* W 15-9, 15-1, 10-15, 6-15, 15-9 10/2 #Southern Arkansas L 15-11, 3-15, 14-16, 15-7,13-15 10/2 #Montevallo L 12-15, 9-15, 15-8, 10-15 10/3 #Alabama-Hunstville L 9-15, 3-15, 8-15 10/3 #Henderson State L 8-15, 2-15, 9-15 10/6 at Dallas Baptist L 10-15, 16-14, 8-15, 15-5,17-19 10/13 Tarleton State W 9-15, 15-5, 16-14, 21-19 10/16 at Cameron* L 12-15, 5-15, 4-15 10/17 at Central Oklahoma* L 8-15, 4-15, 2-15 10/20 at Texas Woman’s* W 17-15, 15-12, 6-15, 15-11 10/24 Texas A&M-Kingsville L 9-15, 12-15, 11-15 10/27 at Texas Wesleyan W 15-7, 15-11, 13-15, 7-15,15-12 10/30 at Southern Arkansas L 15-13, 15-6, 14-15, 5-15,13-15 11/3 SE Oklahoma* W 15-13, 15-7, 15-12 11/6 Harding* L 7-15, 7-15, 9-15 11/7 Ouachita Baptist* W 16-14, 15-6, 15-11 * – Lone Star Conference Match ! – Harding Tournament (Harding, Ark.) ~ – Drury Tournament (Springfield, Mo.) # – Henderson State Tournament (Henderson, Ark.) 1999: Won 13, Lost 20 (LSC: 6-6) Head Coach: Larry Blackwell Date Opponent W/L 8/27 ! Bemidji State L 8/27 ! Mesa State L 8/28 ! Madonna W 8/28 ! Fort Lewis L 8/31 at Henderson State L 9/8 at Midwestern State W 9/10 ~Wayland Baptist L 9/10 ~Western New Mexico L 9/11 at Abilene Christian L 9/11 ~Alaska-Anchorage L 9/15 Texas Woman’s* W

Score 6-15, 15-12, 11-15, 4-15 12-15, 14-16, 8-15 15-12, 12-15, 12-15, 15-9, 15-13 7-15, 11-15, 8-15 3-15, 11-15, 11-15 15-13, 10-15, 15-12, 16-18, 15-12 12-15, 10-15, 12-15 3-15, 5-15, 11-15 8-15, 15-9, 13-15, 8-15 6-15, 10-15, 13-15 17-15, 15-13, 15-5

9/17 Harding University* 9/18 Ouachia Baptist* 9/21 Henderson State 9/24 at Cameron* 9/25 at Central Oklahoma* 9/30 at Dallas Baptist 10/5 at SE Oklahoma 10/8 #Eastern New Mexico 10/8 #St. Edwards 10/9 #Incarnate Word 10/9 #Tarleton State 10/15 Central Oklahoma* 10/16 Cameron* 10/20 at Texas Woman’s* 10/22 at Texas-Pan American 10/23 at A&M Kingsville 10/26 Midwestern State 10/28 Dallas Baptist 10/30 Southern Arkansas 11/2 SE Oklahoma* 11/5 at Ouachia Baptist* 11/6 at Harding University* * – Lone Star Conference Match ! – Grand Junction, Colo. ~ – Abilene, Texas # – Denton, Texas

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13-15, 11-15, 4-15 15-9, 10-15, 15-9, 15-13 9-15, 15-8, 12-15, 15-12, 7-15 9-15, 5-15, 2-15 6-15, 4-15, 5-15 15-8, 14-16, 9-15, 12-15 15-8, 15-11, 15-10 8-15, 15-8, 15-10, 12-15, 16-14 15-4, 15-13, 8-15, 15-11 12-15, 13-15, 1-15 5-15, 8-15, 15-9, 3-15 5-15, 5-15, 16-18 16-14, 1-15, 9-15, 6-15 16-14, 16-14, 5-15, 15-10 10-15, 15-13, 8-15, 15-11, 15-11 10-15, 15-10, 15-17, 6-15 15-11, 10-15, 15-13, 8-15, 7-15 12-15, 15-5, 15-8, 15-6 15-9, 15-8, 15-10 15-7, 15-11, 15-7 15-11, 15-12, 16-18, 7-15, 15-11 6-15, 9-15, 9-15

2000: Won 24, Lost 13 (LSC: 7-3) Head Coach: Larry Blackwell Date Opponent W/L Score 8/29 at Ouachita Baptist W 4-15, 15-7, 15-0, 15-10 8/29 at Henderson State L 15-2, 8-15, 15-13, 15-17, 14-16 8/31 !Hawaii-Hilo L 3-15, 15-6, 10-15, 4-15 8/31 !Hawaii-Pacific L 5-15, 8-15, 4-15 9/1 !Northwood L 1-15, 9-15, 15-2, 6-15 9/1 !BYU-Hawaii L 8-15, 13-15, 0-15 9/2 !CSU-Dominguez Hills W 15-2, 15-11, 15-4 9/2 !Chaminade W 13-15, 15-11, 15-6, 15-3 9/5 Central Arkansas W 15-2, 15-13, 15-4 9/8 Cameron* L 8-15, 5-15, 5-15 9/9 Central Oklahoma* W 9-15, 13-15, 15-6, 15-11, 16-14 9/13 at SE Oklahoma* W 15-2, 15-3, 15-7 9/16 Ouachita Baptist W 15-3, 9-15, 15-7, 12-15, 15-13 9/16 Rockhurst L 4-15, 10-15, 9-15 9/22 ~West Texas A&M L 5-15, 15-12, 5-15, 5-15 9/23 ~A&M-Kingsville L 15-11, 15-8, 12-15, 15-17, 8-15 9/23 ~Abilene Christian L 3-15, 9-15, 15-13, 9-15 9/26 at Dallas Baptist W 15-4, 8-15, 15-10, 16-14 9/29 at Texas Woman’s* W 15-11, 14-16, 15-10, 15-9 9/30 at Midwestern State* W 15-11, 15-9, 10-15, 9-15, 16-14 10/3 Texas Wesleyan W 15-11, 15-6, 15-17, 20-18 10/6 #Tarleton State W 15-1, 15-12, 15-5 10/7 #Eastern New Mexico W 16-14, 15-9, 8-15, 15-13 10/7 #Abilene Christian W 15-10, 15-10, 15-7 10/10 at Austin College W 15-10, 15-11, 15-11 10/13 at Central Oklahoma* L 12-15, 8-15, 11-15 10/14 at Cameron* L 6-15, 11-15, 12-15 10/17 Southern Arkansas W 15-11, 8-15, 15-7, 15-6 10/21 at Central Arkansas W 15-13, 15-7, 13-15, 15-5 10/21 at Lyon College W 15-2, 15-10, 13-15, 15-5 10/24 Dallas Baptist W 15-11, 15-9, 14-16, 15-11 10/25 SE Oklahoma* W 15-13, 15-7, 15-11 10/30 at Southern Arkansas W 15-12, 16-14, 15-12 10/31 at Centenary W 15-12, 15-5, 15-3 11/3 Midwestern State* W 15-12, 15-13, 15-1 11/4 Texas Woman’s* W 15-4, 15-3, 11-15, 15-9 11/9 $Abilene Christian L 11-15, 15-7, 13-15, 12-15 * – Lone Star Conference Match ! – Hawaiian Style Classic (Hilo, Hawaii) ~ – Lone Star Conference Crossover #1 (Abilene, Texas) # – Lone Star Conference Crossover #2 (Denton, Texas) $ – Lone Star Conference Tournament (Lawton, Okla.) 2001: Won 21, Lost 13 (LSC: 7-3) Head Coach: Larry Blackwell Date Opponent W/L 8/29 at N.M. Highlands L 8/29 !Adams State W 8/31 at Fort Lewis W 9/1 !Colorado-Colo. Springs L 9/1 !Southern Colorado W 9/4 at Henderson State L 9/7 ~Houston-Tillotson W 9/7 ~Houston Baptist L 9/8 at St. Edwards L 9/8 ~St Mary’s W 9/12 at SE Oklahoma* W 9/18 Dallas Baptist W 9/21 Texas Woman’s* W 9/23 Midwestern State* W 9/25 Henderson State L 9/28 at Cameron* L 9/29 at Central Oklahoma* L 10/5 #Tarleton State W 10/6 #Angelo State W 10/6 #Abilene Christian L 10/13 $Texas-Pan American L 10/13 at Centenary W 10/16 SE Oklahoma* W

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Score 31-29,20-30,26-30,27-30 30-20,30-25,27-30,26-30,15-9 30-18,27-30,30-20,28-30,15-13 27-30,31-29,28-30,28-30 30-21,30-17,25-30,30-19 25-30,28-30,27-30 30-15,30-22,30-16 27-30,30-27,22-30,35-33,11-15 17-30,24-30,22-30 17-30,30-19,30-25,30-27 30-17,31-29,30-16 30-29,30-17,19-30,30-16 30-27,30-24,30-19 30-25,30-26,30-26 27-30,25-30,29-31 24-30,30-32,26-30 36-38,30-27,22-30,30-19,14-16 30-24,30-23,29-31,32-30 30-28,30-32,32-30,30-28 22-30,30-25,19-30,26-30 30-19,26-30,30-32,30-15,11-15 30-10,30-21,30-15 30-14,30-16,30-16

10/19 Rockhurst L 23-30,19-30,22-30 10/19 Ouachita Baptist W 30-11,30-25,30-18 10/20 Drury W 30-24,30-25,30-27 10/20 Hawaii-Hilo W 30-15,28-30,21-30,34-32,15-12 10/23 at Midwestern State* W 30-28,30-22,30-26 10/24 at Dallas Baptist W 30-27,30-17,30-20 10/27 at Texas Woman’s* W 21-30,30-27,30-24,30-26 10/30 Centenary W 30-27,30-13,30-25 11/1 Cameron* W 30-23,25-30,28-30,30-28,15-11 11/2 Central Oklahoma* L 25-30,24-30,30-23,24-30 11/8 %Eastern New Mexico L 30-32,30-25,30-32,28-30 * – Lone Star Conference Match ! – Skyhawk Invitational (Durango, Colo.) ~ – St. Edward’s Tournament (Austin, Texas) # – Lone Star Conference Crossover (Wichita Falls, Texas) $ – Shreveport, La. % – Lone Star Conference Tournament (Canyon, Texas) 2002: Won 23, Lost 14 (LSC: 7-3) Head Coach: Larry Blackwell Date Opponent W/L Score 8/30 Chadron State& W 30-28,30-19,32-30 8/30 Abilene Christian& W 30-21,30-24,26-30,30-23 8/31 Fort Lewis College& W 30-27,30-24,26-30,22-30,15-8 8/31 Dallas Baptist& W 20-30,30-26,30-15,30-25 9/3/0 at Southern Arkansas W 30-28,30-28,16-30,30-26 9/10 Henderson State W 28-30,30-28,20-30,30-26,15-12 9/12 at Texas Woman’s* W 25-30,30-19,30-21,30-21 9/14 at Midwestern State* L 24-30,25-30,31-29,20-30 9/17 at Dallas Baptist W 30-27,31-29,30-24 9/19 Cameron* W 30-25,30-28,30-24 9/21 Central Oklahoma* L 28-30,30-23,14-30,30-22,13-15 9/24 Incarnate Word L 30-26,25-30,30-23,19-30,11-15 9/27 Western New Mexico^ W 27-30,25-30,30-23,30-17,17-15 9/27 Incarnate Word^ W 30-13,30-24,30-26 9/28 at St. Edward’s^ L 23-30,18-30,23-30 10/1 at Henderson State L 30-25,25-30,21-30,30-26,9-15 10/4 Eastern New Mexico+ L 24-30,22-30,30-26,27-30 10/4 West Texas A&M+ L 22-30,18-30,24-30 10/5 A&M-Kingsville+ W 30-26,27-30,30-18,34-32 10/8 at SE Oklahoma* W 30-24,30-26,30-18 10/11 Midwestern State* W 30-23,30-22,30-16 10/12 Texas Woman’s* W 30-20,30-22,30-27 10/18 Incarnate Word= L 25-30,26-30,30-28,25-30 10/18 St Mary’s= L 24-30,24-30,30-27,14-30 10/19 Angelo State= W 30-28,30-22,27-30,34-32 10/19 St. Edward’s= L 30-24,31-33,27-30,21-30 10/22 SE Oklahoma* W 30-24,30-18,30-19 10/25 A&M-Kingsville W 30-27,27-30,30-20,30-17 10/26 at Tarleton State L 30-27,28-30,33-35,23-30 10/29 Dallas Baptist W 30-18,30-22,30-17 10/29 East Texas Baptist W 30-23,30-25,30-26 10/31 Central Oklahoma* W 26-30,23-30,31-29,30-26,15-11 11/2 Cameron* L 30-26,30-27,22-30,31-33,11-15 11/5 Southern Arkansas L 30-23,28-30,30-23,24-30,17-19 11/7 Centenary W 30-21,30-23,30-17 11/14 Tarleton State# W 30-26,28-30,30-27,24-30,15-8 11/15 West Texas A&M# L 16-30,14-30,24-30 * – Lone Star Conference North matches # – Lone Star Conference Tournament (Edmond, Okla.) & – Jo Kuhn Labor Day Classic (Denton, Texas) ^– PowerAde Classic (Austin, Texas) + – Lone Star Conference Crossover Tournament (San Angelo, Texas) = – Alamo Classic – San Antonio, Texas 2003: Won 15, Lost 16 (LSC: 3-7) Head Coach: Gwen Adams-Weatherford Date Opponent W/L 8/29 Incarnate Word= W 8/29 SE Oklahoma State= W 8/30 A&M-Kingsville= W 8/30 SouthernArkansas= W 9/5 CU-Col. Springs! W 9/5 at Col. St-Pueblo! L 9/6 Colorado Mines! L 9/6 Western St. (Colo.)! L 9/9 at Henderson State W 9/9 at Ouachita Baptist L 9/11 Texas Wesleyan W 9/16 at Dallas Baptist W 9/19 Southern Arkansas# L 9/19 Henderson State# W 9/20 Central Arkansas# L 9/20 Harding# W 9/26 at Tarleton State W 9/27 Angelo State L 9/27 at Abilene Christian L 10/02 Texas Woman’s* L 10/04 Midwestern State* W 10/09 at Cameron* L 10/11 at Central Oklahoma* L 10/16 at SE Oklahoma* W 10/21 Dallas Baptist* W 10/24 at Midwestern State* L 10/25 at Texas Woman’s* L 10/30 Central Oklahoma* L 11/01 Cameron* L 11/05 at Texas Wesleyan L 11/06 SE Oklahoma State* W

Score 21-30,30-23,22-30,30-23,15-13 28-30,30-14,30-28,30-10 30-19,23-30,20-30,30-25,15-9 30-18,30-26,24-30,20-30,15-11 30-25,30-26,30-21 24-30,8-30,21-30 25-30,30-28,7-30,18-30 35-37,30-26,31-33,30-22,12-15 35-33,30-23,21-30,30-27 30-21,30-25,24-30,28-30,8-15 30-23,30-28,27-30,30-22 30-17,30-27,30-23 30-20,22-30,30-26,22-30,9-15 30-27,30-19,31-29 30-18,27-30,24-30,19-30 22-30,30-28,22-30,30-28,16-14 30-28,30-22,28-30,30-20 27-30,25-30,26-30 24-30,18-30,21-30 30-26,25-30,27-30,13-30 30-20,30-27,30-22 23-30,16-30,23-30 16-30,26-30,24-30 30-23,30-19,31-29 30-28,30-24,29-31,29-31,15-13 20-30,37-35,27-30,29-31 26-30,30-28,19-30,25-30 30-20,31-33,22-30,26-30 26-30,26-30,23-30 22-30,29-31,30-22,24-30 30-17,33-31,30-19

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ALL-TIME RESULTS * – Lone Star Conference North Division Match = – Jo Kuhn Classic – Denton, Texas ! – Colorado State-Pueblo Tournament – Pueblo, Colo. # – A&M-Commerce Invitational – Commerce, Texas + – Lone Star Conference Crossover – Wichita Falls, Texas 2004: Won 7, Lost 23 (LSC: 3-7) Head Coach: Gwen Adams-Weatherford Date Opponent W/L Score 8/27 vs Missouri Western= L 28-30,21-30,23-30 8/27 at Harding= L 17-30,22-30,25-30 8/28 vs Christian Brothers= L 27-30,30-21,18-30,30-25,9-15 8/28 vs Missouri Southern= L 16-30,30-27,23-30,30-28,10-15 8/31 Southern Arkansas L 33-35,25-30,27-30 9/11 vs North Alabama L 14-30,30-28,14-30,27-30 9/11 at Henderson State! L 24-30,22-30,29-31 9/14 at St. Edward’s L 24-30,16-30,20-30 9/17 at Abilene Christian L 17-30,18-30,12-30 9/18 at Angelo State L 17-30,24-30,23-30 9/20 Dallas Baptist W 31-23,30-23,25-32,30-26 9/24 A&M-Kingsville+ W 30-19,27-30,30-25,30-27 9/24 vs West Texas A&M+ L 24-30,24-30,28-30 9/25 Eastern New Mexico+ L 27-30,9-30,22-30 9/28 Henderson State L 25-30,12-30,22-30 9/30 at Central Oklahoma* L 23-30,27-30,23-30 10/02 at Cameron* L 17-30,20-30,28-30 10/08 vs Panhandle State W 30-18,30-16,30-9 10/08 Eastern New Mexico L 19-30,21-30,20-30 10/09 St Mary’s L 23-30,27-30,26-30 10/09 at West Texas A&M L 23-30,23-30,25-30 10/12 at SE Oklahoma State* L 27-30,30-25,24-30,30-25,15-17 10/14 Midwestern State* W 23-30,31-29,30-25,30-23 10/16 Texas Woman’s* L 21-30,30-27,15-30,23-30 10/21 Cameron* L 21-30,15-30,23-30 10/23 Central Oklahoma* L 18-30,24-30,25-30 10/26 SE Oklahoma State* W 30-20,30-25,17-30,23-30,17-15 10/29 Ouachita Baptist W 30-28,29-31,30-28,30-23 11/04 at Texas Woman’s* W 19-30,33-31,16-30,31-29,15-13 11/06 at Midwestern State* L 30-27,30-28,25-30,26-30,16-18 * – Lone Star Conference Match = – Harding Classic - Searcy, Okla. ! – at Arkadelphia, Ark. + – Lone Star Conference Crossover - Abilene, Texas 2005: Won 10, Lost 19 (LSC: 2-9) Head Coach: Gwen Weatherford Date Opponent W/L Score 8/25 at Angelo State! W 21-30,31-29,30-27,23-30,15-9 8/26 vs Colo.-Colorado Springs! W 25-30,30-23,26-30,30-27,15-11 8/26 vs CSU-Pueblo! L 30-26,13-30,24-30,27-30 8/27 vs Mesa State College! L 23-30,26-30,23-30 9/2 vs Western New Mexico# L 17-30,26-30,15-30 9/2 vs. Colorado Christian# W 24-30,30-23,30-20,30-27 9/3 at Grand Canyon# L 30-19,27-30,19-30,23-30 9/3 vs. Fort Lewis# W 30-25,30-27,30-17 9/6 Henderson State W 24-30,30-26,30-21,18-30,15-12 9/9 vs. Incarnate Word L 15-30,18-30,15-30 9/10 vs. St. Mary’s L 20-30,28-30,27-30 9/10 vs Western N.M. L 16-30,16-31,11-30 9/13 at Southern Arkansas L 19-30,23-30,22-30 9/20 at SE Oklahoma State* L 26-30,28-30,30-24,29-31 9/27 at Henderson State L 25-30,35-38,30-32 9/29 Texas Woman’s* L 22-30,27-30,30-28,30-28,13-15 10/1 Midwestern State* W 31-29,32-24,30-24,30-27 10/6 at Cameron* L 22-30,9-30,31-33 10/8 at Central Oklahoma* L 19-30,15-30,13-30 10/14 vs. Angelo State^ W 30-25,30-25,30-28 10/14 vs. Eastern New Mexico^ W 30-20,30-20,28-30,26-30,15-9 10/15 vs. Tarleton State^ W 30-23,30-28,15-30,22-30,15-9 10/18 SE Oklahoma State* L 22-30,21-30,32-30,27-30 10/20 at SW Oklahoma State* L 30-22,30-22,23-30,17-30,14-16 10/27 at Midwestern State* L 30-28,25-30,30-26,29-31,14-16 10/29 at Texas Woman’s* L 20-30,23-30,26-30 11/1 at Dallas Baptist L 25-30,18-30,30-24,18-30 11/3 Central Oklahoma* L 9-30,18-30,28-30 11/5 Cameron* W 30-19,30-23,30-20 * – Lone Star Conference North Division Matches ! – Angelo State Tournament – San Angelo, Texas # – Grand Canyon University Cactus Classic – Phoenix, Ariz. ^ – Lone Star Conference Crossover – Denton, Texas 2006: Won 11, Lost 19 (LSC: 4-8) Head Coach: Gwen Weatherford Date Opponent W/L 8/25 vs. Washburn L 8/25 at Arkansas Tech L 8/26 vs. Fort Valley State W 8/26 vs. Drury L 8/29 at Henderson State L 9/1 UT-Tyler W 9/1 TSU L 9/2 East Texas Baptist W 9/2 DBU L 9/5 vs. Harding L 9/8 vs. St. Mary’s L 9/8 vs. Montana St.-Billings L 9/9 vs. Dallas Baptist W 9/12 at Southeastern Oklahoma St.* W 9/16 at Southwestern Oklahoma St.* L

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Score 17-30, 12-30, 25-30 22-30, 25-30, 20-30 30-13, 30-18, 30-15 23-30, 23-30, 30-17, 18-30 28-30, 25-30, 21-30 30-19, 30-14, 30-14 27-30, 29-31, 28-30 30-28, 30-17, 30-22 30-28, 28-30, 29-31, 30-21, 12-15 23-30, 24-30, 20-30 30-27, 23-30, 22-30, 30-28, 12-15 17-30, 23-30, 14-30 30-16, 29-31, 24-30, 30-26, 15-11 24-30, 30-27, 30-24, 32-34, 19-17 26-30, 28-30, 26-30

9/19 Henderson State 9/21 at Texas Woman’s* 9/23 at Midwestern State* 9/28 Cameron* 9/30 Central Oklahoma* 10/2 St. Edward’s 10/6 vs. Angelo State 10/7 vs. Eastern New Mexico 10/7 at Texas A&M-Kingsville 10/10 Southeastern Oklahoma St.* 10/13 Southwestern Oklahoma St.* 10/19 Midwestern State* 10/21 Texas Woman’s* 10/26 at Central Oklahoma* 10/28 at Cameron* * – Lone Star Conference Match

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2007: Won 9, Lost 19 (LSC: 3-9) Head Coach: Gwen Weatherford Date Opponent W/L 8/24 vs. Wiley College W 8/25 vs. Henderson State L 8/25 at Southeastern Oklahoma St. L 8/31 at Henderson State L 9/1 vs. Arkansas Tech L 9/5 at Paul Quinn W 9/7 vs. PSU! L 9/7 vs. UIW! L 9/8 vs. UTPB! W 9/8 vs. FHSU! L 9/13 at Cameron* L 9/15 at Midwestern State* L 9/20 Southeastern Oklahoma St.* W 9/22 Southern Arkansas W 9/27 at Tarleton State* L 9/29 at Texas A&M-Kingsville* L 10/2 Paul Quinn W 10/5 at Southwestern Oklahoma St. W 10/5 at Missouri Southern L 10/6 vs. Central Oklahoma L 10/11 Eastern New Mexico* W 10/12 West Texas A&M* L 10/18 at Abilene Christian* L 10/20 at Angelo State* W 10/25 at Texas Woman’s* L 10/27 at Harding L 11/1 Southwestern Oklahoma St.* L 11/3 Central Oklahoma* L ! - Abilene Christian Tournament * - Lone Star Conference Match

30-27, 25-30, 26-30, 26-30 25-30, 20-30, 29-31 26-30, 30-23, 25-30, 31-29, 15-10 30-26, 30-25, 28-30, 31-29 24-30, 30-27, 25-30, 28-30 30-27, 30-27, 30-24 30-13, 30-27, 30-21 30-27, 30-22, 28-30, 30-20 25-30, 34-32, 28-30, 30-19, 15-17 24-30, 18-30, 29-31 30-23, 30-25, 28-30, 25-30, 15-8 27-30, 30-16, 21-30, 30-28, 11-15 30-17, 28-30, 30-27, 23-30, 8-15 24-30, 21-30, 20-30 27-30, 32-34, 28-30\

Score 30-19, 30-13, 30-16 30-24, 24-30, 19-30, 23-30 30-26, 15-30, 28-30, 20-30 30-28, 17-30, 23-30, 22-30 22-30, 30-20, 30-26, 24-30, 20-22 30-10, 30-10, 30-17 30-25, 16-30, 19-30, 20-30 30-27, 32-30, 27-30, 23-30, 12-15 30-26, 30-26, 30-15 34-32, 23-30, 24-30, 8-30 28-30, 16-30, 27-30 20-30, 35-37, 23-30 30-23, 30-27, 28-30, 37-35 30-20, 30-28, 30-24 25-30, 21-30, 30-28, 22-30 25-30, 18-30, 14-30 30-19, 30-16, 30-17 30-24, 18-30, 23-30, 30-23, 15-10 29-31, 40-38, 30-23, 30-32, 12-15 30-27, 23-30, 20-30, 18-30 30-17, 30-26, 30-21 32-30, 25-30, 27-30, 25-30 20-30, 19-30, 24-30 23-30, 30-24, 30-21, 30-21 28-30, 27-30, 22-30 23-30, 15-20, 30-27, 16-30 33-31, 29-31, 27-30, 27-30 22-30, 30-28, 30-28, 18-30, 10-15

2008: Won 15, Lost 12 (LSC: 7-6) Head Coach: Mark Pryor Date Opponent W/L Score 8/29 Paul Quinn College W 25-8, 25-11, 25-10 8/29 Southern Arkansas W 25-17, 25-17, 25-10 8/20 Southeastern Oklahoma St. L 22-25, 18-25, 17-25 9/5 vs. Wayne State L 20-25, 25-20, 17-25, 18-25 9/5 vs. Missouri St. W 25-14, 25-16, 23-25, 25-18 9/6 at Southwest Baptist L 21-25, 25-19, 19-25, 18-25 9/6 vs. Rockhurst L 17-25, 20-25, 19-25 9/12 vs. Ouachita Baptist W 25-18, 17-25, 25-17, 25-16 9/12 vs. Arkansas-Monticello W 26-24, 18-25, 25-17, 26-24 9/12 vs. Hernderson St. W 23-25, 25-21, 25-21, 25-16 9/12 at Harding L 20-25, 21-25, 17-25 9/18 at Southeastern Okla. St.* W 27-29, 25-21, 25-10, 20-25, 15-12 9/20 at East Central* W 24-26, 25-22, 25-20, 27-25 9/25 Tarleton State* L 19-25, 25-13, 22-25, 21-25 9/27 Texas A&M-Kingsville* W 19-25, 26-24, 25-14, 25-18 10/3 at Ouachita Baptist W 23-25, 27-25, 25-18, 25-21 10/4 at Henderson St. W 25-27, 18-25, 25-22, 25-23, 15-8 10/9 at Eastern New Mexico* W 26-28, 25-16, 25-19, 25-21 10/11 at West Texas A&M* L 18-25, 22-25, 19-25 10/16 Abilene Christian* W 25-23, 25-14, 18-25, 25-21 10/17 Angelo State* L 25-23, 24-26, 15-25, 21-25 10/23 Texas Woman’s* W 25-18, 25-17, 25-22 10/30 at Southwestern Okla. St.* L 23-25, 29-31, 25-21, 15-25 11/1 at Central Oklahoma* W 25-17, 25-18, 25-13 11/6 Cameron* L 11-25, 24-26, 20-25 11/8 Midwestern State* L 18-25, 15-25, 25-23, 18-25 11/13 Tarleton State+ L 15-25, 18-25, 24-26 *- Lone Star Conference Match + - Lone Star Conference Tournament – Canyton, Texas 2009: Won 25, Lost 10 (LSC: 8-5) Head Coach: Mark Pryor Date Opponent W/L 8/28 vs. Southern Arkansas ! W 8/28 vs. St. Edward’s ! L 8/28 vs. New Mexico Highlands ! W 9/4 vs. MSU-Moorhead # L 9/4 vs. Quincy # W 9/5 vs. Newman # W 9/5 at NW Missouri State L 9/8 at Oklahoma Panhandle State W 9/8 at Oklahoma Panhandle State W 9/9 Ouachita Baptist W 9/9 Arkansas-Monticello W 9/11 at Dallas Baptist ^ W

Score 25-14, 25-20, 25-15 10-25, 20-25, 25-22, 12-25 25-13, 25-15, 25-16 25-19, 17-25, 19-25, 17-25 25-18, 25-18, 25-21 21-25, 25-18, 25-17, 25-19 22-25, 21-25, 23-25 25-13, 25-18, 25-20 25-15, 25-14, 25-13 25-16, 25-15, 25-10 25-21, 17-25, 25-13, 25-21 24-26, 25-18, 29-27, 25-19

9/12 vs. Southern Arkansas ^ W 25-18, 25-19, 25-22 9/12 vs. Southwest Baptist ^ W 27-25, 21-25, 25-18, 23-25, 15-6 9/15 Southern Arkansas W 25-18, 25-22, 32-30 9/17 at Texas A&M-Kingsville * W 25-22, 25-16, 25-23 9/19 at Tarleton State * W 25-23, 16-25, 25-18, 33-31 9/24 West Texas A&M * W 25-19, 25-17, 25-19 9/26 Eastern New Mexico * W 26-24, 25-14, 25-16 10/2 vs. Dallas Baptist + W 25-14, 18-25, 26-24, 25-16 10/2 vs. Newman + W 25-13, 25-13, 21-25, 22-25, 15-12 10/3 at Pittsburg State + L 23-25, 21-25, 25-15, 25-27 10/8 at Angelo State * L 16-25, 21-25, 20-25 10/10 at Abilene Christian * L 17-25, 17-25, 22-25 10/22 Central Oklahoma * W 31-33, 25-14, 21-25, 25-20, 15-11 10/24 Southwestern Oklahoma St. * W 25-14, 25-14, 25-10 10/29 at Midwestern State * W 21-25, 20-25, 25-23, 25-17, 16-14 10/31 at Cameron * L 25-19, 13-25, 25-14, 23-25, 12-15 11/2 at Arkansas-Monticello W 25-15, 25-18, 25-16 11/5 East Central * W 25-16, 18-25, 28-26, 25-19 11/7 Southeastern Oklahoma St. * L 20-25, 26-28, 23-25 11/12 vs. Central Oklahoma % W 25-14, 21-25, 25-14, 24-26, 15-12 11/13 at West Texas A&M % L 15-25, 11-25, 14-25 * – Lone Star Conference Match % - Lone Star Conference Tournament – Canyon, Texas ! - Angelo State Tournament – San Angelo, Texas # - NW Missouri State Tournament – Maryville, Mo. ^ - Dallas Baptist Tournament - Dallas, Texas + - Pittsburg State Tournament - Pittsburg, Kan.

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CAMERON*

2:00 PM

ST. MARY’S (Tex.) # @ Host: Tarleton State University

8:00 PM

OCT. 25

AT ARK.-MONTICELLO

6:00 PM

OCT. 28

AT EAST CENTRAL*

7:00 PM

OCT. 30

AT SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA*

2:00 PM

NOV. 3

TEXAS A&M INT’L

7:00 PM

NOV. 4

TEXAS A&M-KINGSVILLE*

7:00 PM

NOV. 6

INCARNATE WORD*

2:00 PM

NOV. 11

LSC TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINAL

TBA

NOV. 12

LSC TOURNAMENT SEMIFINAL

TBA

SEP. 3

SEP. 11 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST #

NOON

SEP. 16 AT WEST TEXAS A&M*

7:00 PM

SEP. 18 AT EASTERN NEW MEXICO*

3:00 PM

SEP. 23 ANGELO ST.*

7:00 PM

SEP. 25 ABILENE CHRISTIAN*

7:00 PM

SEP. 28 TEXAS WOMAN’S*

7:00 PM

OCT. 2

AT TEXAS A&M INT’L

2:00 PM

NOV. 13

LSC TOURNAMENT FINAL

TBA

OCT. 5

AT OUACHITA BAPTIST

6:00 PM

NOV. 18

NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND

TBA

OCT. 9

TARLETON ST.*

2:00 PM

NOV. 19

NCAA TOURNAMENT SECOND ROUND

TBA

OCT. 11 AT SOUTHERN ARKANSAS

6:00 PM

NOV. 20

NCAA TOURNAMENT THIRD ROUND

TBA

* LONE STAR CONFERENCE MATCH + TEXAS A&M-COMMERCE TOURNAMENT # TEXANN INVITATIONAL - DATES AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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