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2003 Loyola Marymount

VO L L EY B A L L Volleyball Facts

TA B L E O F CO N T E N TS General Information ..........1

West Coast Conference ........................40 2002 WCC Statistics ............................41 Lion Honor Roll ....................................42 All-Time Roster ....................................43 Year-By-Year Results ..............................44 Series Records / Program Records ........47 Season Records......................................48 Career Records ....................................49 Match Records / Records by Class ........50 Match Records By Games ....................51 Lion Travel ............................................52

Table of Contents / Quick Facts ............1 Media Information / Outlets ..................2 Gersten Pavilion / Location Maps ..........3 Volleyball Magazine All-Americans Kerry House / Julie Greer Kim Blankinship / Tracy Holman ..........4 AVCA All-American Sarah McFarland....5 AVCA All-American Sarah Noriega ........6 USA Olympian Sarah Noriega ................7 Coach Stratos’ Wall of Fame ..................8 Excelling Off The Court ......................10 Support Services Off The Court............11 Giving Back ..........................................12

Rev. Robert B. Lawton, S.J., President Dr. William Husak, Director of Athletics Athletics Directory ................................58 Athletics Staff ........................................59 2003 Speed Chart..................................60

QU I C K FAC TS

The 2003 Lions ..............17

Season Outlook / Roster ......................18 Tiana Newsome, Senior ........................20 Kealani Kimball, Senior ........................21 Roxanne Orsini, Senior ........................22 Elizabeth Samson, Senior......................23 Jacene Dimson, Junior ..........................24 Kelli Nerison, Junior ............................25 Nicole Oehlman, Junior........................26 Megan Wooton, Junior..........................27 Jody Carlson, Junior ............................28 Dina DeBernardi, Sophomore ..............29 Krista Houseman, Sophomore ..............30 Michelle Look, Sophomore ..................31 Tiffiny Self, Sophomore ........................32 Kacey Knauf, Freshman Cat Svorinich, Freshman Courtnay Leonard, Freshman ..............33 Sandy Krone, Freshman Jania Motton, Freshman Strength & Fitness Facilities ................34

University Facts Location: ..........................Los Angeles, CA Founded: ............................................1911 Enrollment: ........................................8,300 Nickname: ..........................................Lions Colors: ..................Crimson and Navy Blue National Affiliation: ........NCAA Division I Conference: ..............................West Coast Home Court (capacity): ..Gersten Pavilion (4,156) President:..........Rev. Robert B. Lawton, S.J. Athletic Director: ..........Dr. William Husak

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The 2003 Loyola Marymount Volleyball Media Guide is a product of the LMU Athletic Media Relations Office. The guide was designed, written and edited by Scott Johnson. Additional editorial assistance provided by John Shaffer, Media Relations Director and Alissa Zito and Marysol Moe, Asst. Athletic Directors of Athletic Media Relations. Photography provided by Jeff Golden, John Eckmeier, Dave Hill, Patrick Gee, Dave Black, Volleyball Magazine and V-Spirit.com. The Hollywood Sign TM & © 2003 Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, licensed by Global Icons LLC all rights reserved. Film by Adage Graphics of Westchester. Printing by West Coast Reproductions of Marina del Rey. Cover design provided by Scott Johnson. Inside cover photos courtesy of the Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau. Additional copies of this guide are available through the Athletic Media Relations Office for $10.00 each.

Head Coach: ..........................Steve Stratos Stratos’ Office:....................(310) 338-2765 Stratos’ E-Mail:................sstratos@lmu.edu Alma Mater: ................San Diego State, ‘75 Record at LMU: ......262-123 (14th season) Career Record: ........262-123 (14th season) Asst. Coach: ....Larry Smoot (14th season) Alma Mater: ....................Long Beach State Asst. Coach: ..Heather Collins-Ramirez (7th season) Alma Mater: ............UC Santa Barbara, ‘96 Trainer: ..................................Joe Gonzalez

2002 Review..........................................36 2002 Results / Match Highs..................37 2002 Statistics / Honors / Top 25..........38 2002 Match-By-Match Statistics ..........39

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Credits:

Volleyball Staff

History ............................35

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Director: ..................................John Shaffer Office Phone: ....................(310) 338-7643 Home Phone: ....................(310) 864-2626 E-Mail: ............................jshaffer@lmu.edu Asst. Director: ..........................Marysol Moe Office Phone: ....................(310) 338-5798 E-Mail: ..........................mcayado@lmu.edu Asst. Director: ............................Alissa Zito (volleyball contact) Office Phone: ....................(310) 338-7638 E-Mail: ................................azito@lmu.edu Office Fax: ........................(310) 338-2703 Press Row: ........................(310) 670-8792 Hotline / Tickets: ..............(310) 338-LION Website: ....................www.LMULions.com Mailing Address: Athletic Media Relations Office ........................................Gersten Pavilion ..................Loyola Marymount University ........................................One LMU Drive ............................Los Angeles, CA 90045

2003 Opponents ..................................54 WCC Composite Schedule ..................56

Steve Stratos, Head Coach ....................14 Larry Smoot, Assistant Coach Heather Collins-Ramirez, Assistant Coach Joe Gonzalez, VB Trainer..................................16

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Coaches ..........................13

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All-Time Record:............................400-263 WCC Championships: 4 (‘86, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96) NCAA Tournament Appearances: ......................7 ..............................(‘86, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘99, ‘00) NIVC Tournament Appearances: ..............2 ....................................................(‘90, ‘92) 2002 Record: ..........................15-12 (.556) 2002 WCC Record: ..............6-8 (t-fourth) 2002 Final Regular Season Ranking:................n/a Letterwinners Returning / Lost: ......13 / 3 Starters Returning / Lost: ....................5 / 2 Newcomers: ..............................................5

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PRIMARY OUTLETS

MEDIA INFORMATION Credentials

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Press passes and access to restricted areas of Gersten Pavilion will be limited to working media only. Requests for press credentials should be made at least 24 hours in advance of each home match and will be held at the Gersten Pavilion Will Call window. Please keep your press pass visible at all times for identification. As per NCAA rules, photographers will be limited to working the baselines of the court and must make the photo pass visible at all times. Credentials are non-transferable.

Interview Sessions

KXLU 88.9 FM 7900 Loyola Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90045 Phone: (310) 338-2886 Fax: (310) 338-5959

To arrange an interview with a coach or player, please contact Alissa Zito, Assistant Director of Media Relations at (310) 338-7638, and a time convenient to both parties will be arranged. Interviews will not be permitted during practice or the day of a match.

XTRA 690 4891 Pacific Coast Highway San Diego, CA 92110 Phone: (619) 291-9191 Fax: (619) 291-5622

LMU Website

KNX 6121 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028 Phone: (323) 460-3562 Fax: (323) 460-3275

Please visit our website at www.LMULions.com, for all of the latest scores and highlights of all LMU Athletic events.

Postgame Interviews Following a 10-minute “cooling off” period after the end of the match, Head Coach Steve Stratos and requested players will make themselves available to members of the media for interviews outside of the LMU locker room. The availability of visiting team players is subject to individual team policy.

Practices With few exceptions, all LMU practices are open to the media. All inquiries regarding the practice schedule and status of availability should be made through the Athletic Media Relations Office. Please notify the Media Relations Office at least 24 hours in advance if you plan to attend a practice.

Reference to LMU When referring to the University, please use its full title, Loyola Marymount University. The abbreviation “LMU” is also acceptable, but please avoid using “Loyola” or “Marymount” alone. Other NCAA institutions including Loyola College in Baltimore, Md., Loyola University in New Orleans, La. and Loyola University in Chicago, Ill., are often confused with LMU. Also, no hyphens should in between Loyola Marymount when spelling out the full name of the University.

Tickets Seating capacity at Albert Gersten Pavilion is 4,156. Tickets to all home matches are available through the LMU ticket office at (310) 338-6095. The ticket office is open Monday through Friday, noon - 6:00 p.m. Tickets may be purchased by coming into the ticket office or over the phone using MasterCard or Visa charge cards.

WCC Hotline The West Coast Conference hotline is a service available to the media. The hotline contains the latest scores and information from all WCC teams, and is updated following each WCC event. To review the reports, call (650) 266-9191. Updated release information, scores and current standings can also be accesses on the web at www.wccsports.com.

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AM 1150 Sports LA 610 S. Ardmore Los Angeles, CA 90005 Phone: (213) 385-0101 Fax: (213) 427-7905

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American Volleyball Coaches Association 1227 Lake Plaza Dr, Ste B Colorado Springs, CO 80906 Phone: (719) 576-7798 Fax: (719) 576-7778 College Volleyball Update 9618 Newberry Drive Austin, TX 78729 Phone: (512) 918-8507 Fax: (512) 257-1738 Mega Sports 50 Rockefeller Center New York, NY 10020 Phone: (800) 393-3327 Fax: (212) 621-7530

Fox (KTTV Channel 11) 1999 South Bundy Drive Los Angeles, CA 90025 Phone: (310) 584-2262 Fax: (310) 584-2450

National Sports Weekly 18 Industrial Park Drive Port Washington, NY 11050 Phone: (516) 484-3300, x246 Fax: (800) 368-7907

Fox Sports West 1999 S. Bundy Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90025 Phone: (310) 584-2835 Fax: (310) 584-2803

Sports Ticker Harborside Financial Ctr 600 Plaza Two Jersey City, NJ 07311 Phone: (800) 367-8935 Scores: (213) 687-4400 Fax: (800) 336-0383

KCAL (Channel 9) 5515 Melrose Avenue Hollywood, CA 90038 Phone: (213) 960-3848 Fax: (213) 469-4979

Long Beach Press Telegram 604 Pine Avenue Long Beach, CA 90844 Phone: (562) 499-1338 Fax: (562) 437-8914

Stats, Inc. 8130 Lehigh Avenue Morton Grove, IL 60053 Phone: (847) 583-2176 Fax: (800) 357-8525

KCOP (Channel 13) 915 North LaBrea Los Angeles, CA 90038 Phone: (323) 850-2222 Fax: (323) 883-9889

Los Angeles Daily News P.O. Box 4200 Woodland Hills, CA 91365 Phone: (818) 713-3610 Fax: (818) 713-3436

USA Today - Volleyball 1000 Wilson Blvd.- 21st Floor Arlington, VA 22229 Phone: (800) 872-3410 Fax: (703) 276-5527

KTLA (Channel 5) 5800 Sunset Boulevard Hollywood, CA 90028 Phone: (213) 460-5907 Fax: (213) 460-5333

Los Angeles Loyolan 7900 Loyola Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90045 Phone: (310) 338-2879 Fax: (310) 338-1901 Los Angeles Times Times Mirror Square Los Angeles, CA 90053 Phone: (213) 237-7145 Fax: (213) 237-7876

Volleyball Magazine 774 Marsh Street #C San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 Phone: (805) 541-2294 Fax: (805) 541-2438

Publicity Information Zito’s Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-7638 Zito’s Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 345-6997 Office Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-2703 Press Row . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 670-8792 LMU Ticket Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-LION Media Relations Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations Office Gersten Pavilion Loyola Marymount University One LMU Drive Los Angeles, CA 90045

Orange County Register 625 North Grand Avenue Santa Ana, CA 92711 Phone: (714) 953-7931 Fax: (714) 565-3684

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CBS (Channel 2) 6121 Sunset Boulevard Hollywood, CA 90028 Phone: (213) 460-3252 Fax: (213) 460-3337

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin 2041 East 4th Street Ontario, CA 91761 Phone: (909) 782-7596 Fax: (909) 782-6009

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So. California Sports Report 10201 West Pico Blvd. Building 101 Los Angeles, CA 90035 Phone: (310) 369-9090 Fax: (310) 969-6700

ABC (Channel 7) 500 Circle Seven Drive Glendale, CA 91201 Phone: (818) 863-7600 Fax: (818) 863-7677

Glendale News-Press 425 Broadway PO Box 991 Glendale, CA 91204 Phone: (818) 637-3200 Fax: (818) 241-1975

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South Bay Daily Breeze 5215 Torrance Boulevard Torrance, CA 90509 Phone: (310) 540-4201 Fax: (310) 540-3067

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Associated Press 221 South Figueroa, Ste 300 Los Angeles, CA 90012 Phone: (213) 626-1200 Fax: (213) 346-0200

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NBC (Channel 4) 3000 West Alameda Ave Burbank, CA 91523 Phone: (818) 840-4237 Fax: (818) 840-3076

USA Today - LA Bureau Sports Department 10877 Wilshire Ave, #406 Los Angeles, CA 90024 Phone: (310) 882-2400 Fax: (310) 43-8923

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Pasadena Star-News 1210 North Azusa Canyon Rd. West Covina, CA 91790 Phone: (626) 962-8811 Fax: (626) 856-2758

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GERSTEN PAVILION: HOME OF LION VOLLEYBALL

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ne of Southern California’s premier athletic facilities, Albert Gersten Pavilion begins its 22nd year as home of the Loyola Marymount Lions. Since opening night, the Pavilion has become one of toughest places to play in the West Coast Conference. The 63,000-square foot facility boasts a functional design, featuring rounded columns at each corner, separated by mirrored glass. It houses the athletic programs’ extensive weight rooms, state-of-the-art training and medical facilities and is the home site of all indoor athletic events including women’s volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball games. The Lions first moved into the facility in 1982 and recorded 14 wins in Gersten’s inaugural season. Under head coach Steve Stratos, the LMU women’s volleyball team has posted an overall record of 121-44 (.733) in the confines of the Pavilion. In 21 years, the 1996 WCC volleyball championship team has been the most successful with a 14-1 mark, for a .933 winning percentage. Built to accommodate the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles, the Pavilion served as the host site for the weightlifting competition of the Games. More than 1,000 people were involved with the staging of the event which attracted the largest number of weightlifting competitors in the history of the Olympics. More than two million people were brought into the Pavilion through television, radio, newspapers and wire services that attended the competition. Prior to the Olympics, Gersten was the site of the McDonald’s Gymnastics Classic in 1983, featuring the best male and female gymnasts from the United States and the former Soviet Union. In 1991, the Pavilion was the venue for the men’s and women’s volleyball and boxing preliminaries at the U.S. Olympic Festival. It has

Stratos Year-By-Year in Gersten been host to top basketball camps in the country, hosting LMU alumnus Pete Newell and his Big Man’s Camp for NBA players. It has served as one of the official practice homes of the L.A. Lakers and L.A. Clippers, in addition to visiting NBA franchises. Most recently, the Pavilion hosted Kiki Vandeweghe’s Individual Instruction Camp with some of the best in the NBA participating. The Pavilion was named in honor of Albert Gersten, father of LMU regent Albert Gersten, Jr., a 1974 LMU graduate. The Gersten family was the largest single donor to the construction project. Positioned just to the east of the University gates, the entire LMU Athletic and Recreation Complex includes Gersten Pavilion, George C. Page Baseball Stadium, Sullivan Field, and the Burns Recreation Center and Aquatics Complex.

MAP / DIRECTIONS

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Total

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Pct. .615 .667 .667 .727 .769 .857 .933 .727 .909 .643 .800 .500 .733 .733

From the South: Travel on 405 North, exit on Jefferson Blvd., and turn left. Head west and make a left onto Lincoln Blvd. Head south and turn left into the campus on LMU Drive. You can get a parking pass from the guard at the front gate. For events, follow Lincoln Blvd past the main entrance and turn left on Manchester. Follow rest of airport directions. From the North: Travel on 405 South, exit on Jefferson Blvd., and turn right. Remainder of the directions are the same as coming from the South.

The Loyola Marymount University campus is located in Westchester at One LMU Drive, approximately four miles north of the Los Angeles International Airport. There are two entrances to the campus, the main entrance off of Lincoln Blvd. on LMU Drive. The other entrance, which serves the Athletic Complex, is off Loyola Blvd. and 80th Street. Those seeking handicap parking must use the main entrance.

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From the Los Angeles International Airport: Travel north on Sepulveda Blvd. Remain in either of the left two lanes and merge onto Lincoln Blvd. Follow Lincoln Blvd north past Manchester Blvd. Turn right onto LMU Drive. You can get a parking pass from the guard at the front gate. For events, follow Lincoln Blvd north and turn right on Manchester. Take next left on Loyola Blvd. Follow Loyola to campus. Parking is on the left.

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From the East (using the 105 Freeway): Travel on 105 West, exit on Sepulveda Blvd., and go north. Remain in either of the left two lanes and merge onto Lincoln Blvd. Follow Lincoln Blvd north past Manchester Blvd. Turn right onto LMU Drive. You can get a parking pass from the guard at the front gate. For events, follow Lincoln Blvd and turn right on Manchester. Take next left on Loyola Blvd. Follow Loyola to campus. Parking is on the left. From the East (using the 10 Freeway): Travel on 10 West to 405 South, exit on Jefferson Blvd., and turn right. Follow the remainder of the directions as coming from the south.

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VOLLEYBALL MAGAZINE ALL-AMERICANS A 2003 LMU Hall of Fame honoree, Kerry House proved to be one of LMU’s great athletes in two seasons with the Lions. A two-time All-WCC first-team selection, House was the first LMU volleyball player to earn Volleyball Magazine All-American honorable mention accolades. She still ranks first among LMU’s all-time leaders in career dig average (4.89 dpg), season dig average (5.36 dpg - 1990), single-season attacks (1,898 - 1990) and digs (740 - 1990). Following her senior campaign, House was also honored as LMU’s Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Her career dig average still ranks second all-time in the NCAA.

Kerry House Outside Hitter 1989-1990

Following her senior season, LMU’s Julie Greer became the second women’s volleyball athlete to earn Volleyball Magazine All-American honorable mention accolades. In 1995, Greer ranked 15th in the nation in attack percentage (.388) and Julie Greer led the team in block average (1.15 bpg). Greer also Middle Blocker earned All-District VIII hon- 1992-1995 ors and was named WCC Co-Player of the Year as a senior.

Kerry House

Julie Greer

In her four years with the Lions, Kim Blankinship led LMU to three WCC championships (1994, 1995, 1996) and three NCAA postseason appearances. Following her senior campaign, she was named to the Volleyball Magazine All-America third-team Kim Blankinship and became the third athlete in LMU women’s volleyball to earn such an honor. In 1996, Blankinship was Outside Hitter history also named West Coast Conference Co-Player of the Year 1993-1996 after garnering Defensive Player of the Year accolades as a junior. She finished among LMU career leaders in 10 of 15 categories including kills (1,414), kill average (3.54) and total attacks (3,494). Blankinship was honored as the LMU Female Athlete of the Year upon graduation in 1996. Kim Blankinship

A four-year letterwinner and starting setter for the Lions, Tracy Holman set high standards for LMU volleyball as the all-time career assist leader (5,362 assists, 13.24 apg) at LMU and in WCC history. After leading the Lions to their third-straight conference title as a junior, Holman garnered Volleyball Magazine All-American honorable mention accolades. She was a four-time All-WCC first-team selection and started her LMU career as the 1994 WCC Freshman of the Year. Holman was honored Tracy Holman on the AVCA All-West Region second team in Setter 1994 and the All-District VIII team in 1996. Upon graduation, she was named the WCC 1994-1997 and LMU Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, an honor she also earned at LMU in 1996-97.

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AVCA A LL -A MERICAN S ARAH M C FARLAND • O UTSIDE H ITTER • 1997-2000 As A Junior: Sarah McFarland, a native of Michigan City, Ind., started in every regular season match in 1999. She finished the year with 750 kills and took over first place in the West Coast Conference and LMU record books for most kills in a single season. In addition to setting single-season kill records, McFarland also stepped into third place in the NCAA record books for most kills in a five-game match. She had a 52kill performance at home against No.14 Ohio State on Sept. 10, a mark that came just four shy of the NCAA five-game record of 56 kills. In addition to leading the Lions in kills, McFarland was also near the top in many other statistical categories. She wrapped up her junior season first in total attacks (1,642), first in digs per game (2.71) and second in service aces (31) for the Lions. Other honors McFarland garnered throughout the year included three WCC Player of the Week awards (Sept.6, Sept.14, Oct. 25), one WCC Player of the Month award (September) and an AVCA National Player of the Week (Sept.13) award.

In her four seasons with the Lions Sarah McFarland, a three-time All-WCC firstteam selection and two-time Loyola Marymount Female Athlete of the Year (19992000, 2000-01), became only the second athlete in LMU women’s volleyball history to earn AVCA AllAmerican honors and the first to do so in consecutive seasons (‘99,‘00).

1999 AVCA Second-Team All-America

As A Senior: McFarland continued her offensive frenzy once again starting in every match (29) and finishing the year with an incredible 762 kills. She continues to hold the top spot in the West Coast Conference and LMU record books for most kills in a single season improving on the mark of 750 she set as a junior. In addition to leading the nation in kills for two straight years, McFarland etched her name into the NCAA record book as well. Her 762 kills during her final campaign set a new NCAA single-season kills per game record (7.78). She now holds two of the NCAA’s top three spots in kills per game, her 7.35 kill per game average in 1999 ranks third all-time. As a senior, McFarland developed into a complete all-around player wrapping up her final season first in total attacks (1,670), first in digs per game (3.34) and fourth in service aces (18) for the Lions. McFarland made her last collegiate year a memorable one garnering four WCC Player of the Week awards (Sept. 18, Sept. 25, Oct. 2, Nov. 6), one WCC Player of the Month award (September) and an AVCA National Player of the Week (Nov. 6) award. She left LMU as the Lions’ all-time career kills leader, collecting 2,020 throughout her four-year career and is now an assistant coach at Baylor University.

2000 AVCA First-Team All-America

McFarland’s Career Statistics Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 Total

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AVCA A LL -A MERICAN S ARAH N ORIEGA • O UTSIDE H ITTER • 1994-1997 Described by many as “one of the top players in the country” during her career at Loyola Marymount University, Sarah Noriega elevated standards for the future of LMU women’s volleyball in her four seasons with the Lions. In 1997, Noriega became the first player to earn AVCA AllAmerica first-team honors as well as Volleyball Magazine All-America secondteam accolades. She was the West Coast Conference Player of the Year in 1997 after being named an all-conference first-team selection for the third consecutive season. Noriega was a three-time All-District VIII honoree, was named LMU’s Female Athlete of the Year (1997-98), was a participant at the U.S. Olympic Festival (1995) and a World Games participant. "LMU, Texas and Nebraska were the three main schools I had narrowed my decision down to," Noriega said. "LMU seemed like the best fit for me because I got along with the players and coaching staff the best. LMU's academics played a big factor as well as the location of the school. I wanted to experience Los Angeles, and this was the best way I saw to be able to do that." In her final year as a Lion, Sarah Noriega led LMU to a 22-7 final record. She was named the 1997 West Coast Conference Player of the Year and was named to the All-WCC first team for the third consecutive season. Noriega was an all-tournament selection at the LMU/Furama Hotel and UCSB/Judy Bellomo Classics. She received WCC Player of the Week accolades three times during her final season (Oct. 6, Nov. 3, Nov. 10), while also being recognized as the AVCA National Player of the Week twice (Oct. 6 and Nov. 10). On Nov. 7, 1997 Noriega set the NCAA record for most kills in a four-game match with 47 against San Diego, a mark which still stands today. She posted two matches on the season with 40 or more kills, six matches with 30 or more and 17 matches with 20 or more. Noriega completed her stellar career second all-time at LMU in kills (1,446) and attack percentage (.319), fifth in blocks (298) and sixth in aces (115).

"Larry (asst. coach Larry Smoot) first discovered Sarah at the Junior Olympics in Austin, Texas in 1993," Head Coach Steve Stratos said. "She was very raw but with a huge amount of potential. We were battling some outstanding programs to get Sarah to come here. She decided on LMU because we offered her most everything she wanted to have during her collegiate experience including success on the court."

1997 AVCA first-team All-America 1997 Volleyball Magazine All-American

"When you have a student-athlete that is recognized throughout the country it is a very prestigious honor," Stratos said. "It brings pride not only to the athlete that received the honor, but to the entire program."

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USA 2000 SYDNEY OLYMPIC GAMES PARTICIPANT SARAH NORIEGA • OUTSIDE HITTER • 1994-1997 As a member of the U.S. National Volleyball team that qualified for the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia, Sarah Noriega became only the third LMU alum to participate in the Olympic Games. Noriega has been a key member of the U.S. National team since 1998. In her inaugural year with the team she played in 68 games and tallied 191 kills on 498 attacks, she also added 26 aces and 43 stuff blocks. Noriega had an even better sophomore season with the national team, as she played in 144 games and led team USA in kills (409), blocks (82) and aces (28). She was named team MVP for her efforts that season. As a member of the 2000 Olympic squad, Noriega finished the summer fourth on the team with 185 kills and a .393 kill percentage. Her serves throughout the Summer Games wreaked havoc for opponents as her 17 service aces ranked second best on the team.

Sarah Noriega helped the 2000 USA Olympic National Team finish fourth at the Sydney Games. The 2000 US National Team fell 3-0 to Brazil (18-25, 22-25, 2125) in the Bronze Medal match

D I G THI S ! Q &A W I T H O L Y M P I A N SARAH NORIEGA LMU: What made you decide to attend LMU? SN: The volleyball team and sports program at LMU were very impressive. I liked the organization and the support of the program administrators, sponsors, alumni, athletic director and the facilities. I also chose LMU because of its academic tradition. I was very impressed with the resources available to me and I like the concept of small class sizes. LMU: What did you like about the local area surrounding LMU? SN: I came from a small midwest town so moving to Los Angeles was a little intimidating at first. LMU’s location though is perfect. Not only are you minutes away from the beach cities, airport and major freeways but you have the peace and tranquility of the school itself and its surrounding residential community. LMU is located in a small, safe community but close enough to the things that make a college experience memorable.

LMU: What were some of the academic support services available to you at LMU? SN: Going from high school to collegiate academics was a big adjustment for me but easy access to helpful staff and materials helped me a great deal. I frequently took advantage of the Learning Resource Center where I met with advisors. The LRC helped me tremendously and was able to set up personal tutoring whenever I needed. LMU: How did playing at LMU help you reach your goals of being an All-American and an Olympian? SN: First and foremost, being in a safe and productive environment allowed me to relax and feel comfortable to give my best effort. I owe the majority of my success to head coach (Steve) Stratos and to asst. coach (Larry) Smoot. They were the ones who recognized the potential of a skinny girl and took a chance in developing her into a great athlete. They constantly supported, encouraged and challenged me. They worked so hard to help me realize my dreams. I owe them big time!

LMU: What were the academic advantages of attending LMU? SN: I liked that LMU offered the opportunity to not only know my peers, but to develop relationships with the professors as well. I never felt like I was just a number in an auditorium full of students. LMU and its sister schools stem from a long tradition of academic excellence, therefore, allowing the university to be connected with the top personnel in nearly every field of study it offers.

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Dana Bragado (1989-1992) earned first-team All-West Coast Conference during her senior season, leading the league in hitting percentage at .379. Bragado still holds the three-game match record for hitting percentage when she posted an .867 versus Moorhead State. She still ranks among the school’s top 10 in six offensive categories. Following her LMU career, Bragado has gone on to a very successful career on the AVP circuit.

Kerry House (1989-1990) was a two-time AllWCC first-team selection and became the first LMU player to earn Volleyball Magazine AllAmerica honorable mention. After transferring from Cal Poly, House posted one of the greatest two-year careers in LMU history. She ranks first among LMU’s all-time leaders in career and season dig average, single-season attacks and digs. After her senior year, House was also honored as LMU’s Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Deanna Doolittle (1990-1993) was named first-team All-WCC following her sophomore season after earning All-WCC freshman team accolades in 1990. As a junior, Doolittle won the most valuable player award at the Colorado State Volleyball Classic. She holds the school record with 1,440 career digs and is fifth alltime with 1,274 kills, becoming one of only four women to surpass the 1,000 plateau in both categories.

Julie Greer (1992-1995) was a two-time firstteam All-WCC selection in 1994 and 1995 and following her senior season, became the second LMU athlete to earn Volleyball Magazine AllAmerican honorable mention accolades. In 1995, Greer ranked 15th in the nation in attack percentage (.388) and led the team in block average (1.15 bpg). Greer also earned AllDistrict VIII honors and was named WCC CoPlayer of the Year as a senior.

Mardell Wrensch (1992-1995) was a West Coast Conference first-team selection for three consecutive seasons, earning WCC ScholarAthlete honor all four years. She was also voted the team MVP twice and named the StudentAthlete of the Year as a junior. Wrensch holds the school's all-time career and single season record for attack percentage, and single season record for block solos. She also ranks among LMU's top 10 in 11 other categories.

Kim Blankinship (1993-1996) led LMU to three WCC championships and three NCAA tournaments. After her senior year, she was named to the Volleyball Magazine All-America third team. In 1996, Blankinship was also named West Coast Conference co-Player of the Year Award after garnering the Defensive Player of the Year as a junior. She finished among LMU career leaders in 10 of 15 categories including kills, kill average and total attacks. She was honored as the LMU Female Athlete of the Year in 1996.

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Tracy Holman (1994-1997) set the all-time career LMU and WCC assist record with 5,362. After leading the Lions to their third-straight conference title as a junior, Holman garnered Volleyball Magazine All-American honorable mention accolades. She was a four-time AllWCC first-team selection and 1994 league freshman of the year. She was named the WCC and LMU Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, an honor she also earned at LMU in 1996-97.

Sarah Noriega (1994-1997) became the first LMU player to earn AVCA All-America firstteam honors, as well as Volleyball Magazine AllAmerica. She was the WCC Player of the Year in 1997 after being named all-conference first-team for the third straight year. She was named LMU’s Female Athlete of the Year (1997-98) and has been a United States national team member since 1998, becoming just the third LMU athlete to participate in the Olympics during the 2000 Games in Sydney, Australia.

After transferring to LMU from the University of Oregon, Karissa Meith (1995-1996) earned first-team All-WCC as a senior. Meith was named the most valuable player of the Colorado State Tournament, along with being listed on the LMU and University of Arizona all-tournament teams. Her 109 block assists and 134 total blocks in 1996 are still school records, while her 1.30 block average that season ranks second. She averaged 3.42 kills per game as a senior.

Loyola Marymount Head Coach Steve Stratos holds high standards of excellence for his teams and its individuals. One way to recognize his former players as exceptional athletes is with the Wall of Fame which continues to grow in his office. Reaching the wall is not easy, with the minimum requirement for admittance being named first-team All-West Coast Conference. From all-conference to All-American, the Wall currently showcases 11 athletes. All 11 were named first-team All-WCC a combined 25 times. Among them are six All-Americans, three WCC Players of the Year and five AVCA AllRegion honorees.

Kristen Gallup (1999-2002) posted 4.81 kills per game, which ranked second in the conference and 15th in the nation earning first-team All-WCC honors in 2001. Gallup trails only All-Americans Sarah McFarland and Sarah Noriega on the program’s single season chart. As a senior, she led the Lions in total kills, attacks, kills per game, digs and service aces. Gallup ended her career among the school’s career top ten in three separate categories.

Sarah McFarland (1997-2000) is LMU’s only two-time All-American, while also being named the school’s Female Athlete of the Year twice. She was a three-time first-team All-WCC and AVCA All-Region selection. She led the nation in kills for the second straight year posting an incredible 762 kills in 2000. McFarland’s single-season kill total is tops in the LMU and West Conference record books. She ended her senior year with 1,670 attacks.

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E XCELLING O FF T HE C OURT Stratos On Academics

National Scholar-Athletes

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o-sponsored by the National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS), the Center for the Study of Sport in Society, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), National Student-Athlete Day is recognized on April 6 and honored in various ways at each university. Established in 1987, it is a means of acknowledging the accomplishments of student-athletes in the classroom, playing field and in their communities. College student-athletes are recognized through an award certificate program. They are acknowledged by their coaches and athletic directors if they have achieved an overall cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 (as well as earned a 3.0 for the completed academic year), and earned a varsity letter in a sport. The student-athletes are honored at events which take place on their campus or communities in the month of April. In 2001, more than 158,000 student-athletes were honored across the country. At LMU, over 125 student-athletes earned these accolades and were recognized at the 2002-03 StudentAthlete Awards Ceremony held on April 26, 2001. Eleven members of the women’s volleyball program were honored.

hat does head coach Steve Stratos look for in an LMU women’s volleyball student-athlete? Character first, and athleticism second. The character Jamie Brubacher to understand the importance of academic excellence and dedication. Jody Carlson “We feel that if you do well in the classroom, if Jacene Dimson you’re dedicated and responsible, then that will graviDina DeBernardi tate onto the volleyball court,” states Stratos. Kristen Gallup Stratos arranges two meetings a semester with each Laura Gustorf of his players to talk about their academic standing Kealani Kimball and to encourage the athletes to constantly aim for Kelli Nerison improvement. “We don’t just talk about being eligible Elizabeth Samson to play,” says Stratos. “That’s not good enough for LMU volleyball. It is a program in which striving for Tiffany Self excellence is a daily expectation.” The university offers a number of academic support programs for all student-athletes through its Learning Resource Center. The services include workshops, academic monitoring, tutoring and study halls in order to provide direction for each student-athlete on the path to graduation. Among past players, there have been nine women’s volleyball players honored as the LMU Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, 14 academic all-conference, one GTE District VIII Academic All-American and one West Coast Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Laura Gustorf After an outstanding career, Laura Gustorf was selected as the Female StudentAthlete of the Year in the Spring of 2003. The honor is awarded by the Division of Student Affairs for outstanding achievement on and off the field of play. Gustorf, a team captain for the Lions, was a three-time AllAcademic selection in the West Coast Conference. Gustorf also took home top honors during the University's annual Academic Award Convocation, which recognizes the University's top seniors. Gustorf was honored by the College of Business Administration for earning the highest grade point average in Marketing. The senior was also awarded the NCAA Women's Postgraduate Scholarship for Careers in Athletics. Gustorf sported a 3.79 grade point average. The NCAA Committee on Women's Athletics was established at the 1987 NCAA Convention to study and make recommendations regarding opportunities for women in intercollegiate athletics at the institutional, conference, and national levels, as well as other issues directly affecting women's athletics. The committee identified enhancing the careers of women in intercollegiate athletics as its primary focus, specifically in the areas of coaching, athletics administration, officiating, and athletics support services. Gustorf was inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society as a junior. Beta Gamma Sigma is an academic honor society for business administration students. To be inducted, a student must be in

2003 team captain Kealani Kimball was awarded the Fr. Alfred Kilp, S.J. Award for her service and leadership at Loyola Marymount. Fellow juniors Jonathan Higashi of baseball and women's basketball’s Raelen Self were also honored with the Kilp award. The honors are given for outstanding achievement in leadership and service while succeeding academically.

In the spring of 2003, 13 members of the LMU volleyball team posted a grade point average of over 3.00, for a team GPA of 3.25. The team has a cumulative GPA of 3.16.

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the top seven percent of their class. Gustorf became one of three Lions to be inducted into the honor society in the last three years. Gustorf's list of honors continued as she was also selected as a member of the Jesuit honor society, Alpha Sigma Nu. The society was organized to honor both male and female students from Jesuit colleges and universities who have distinguished themselves in scholarship, loyalty and service to the university community. Also in 2001, she was awarded the Fr. Alfred Kilp, S.J. Leadership Award. This award is presented to first, second and third year students in good academic standing who during the current academic year have excelled as leaders. Gustorf was named to the 2000, 2001 and 2002 West Coast Conference All-Academic Teams.

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S UPPORT S ERVICES O FF T HE C OURT A Helping Hand From Academics

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he LMU student-athlete’s chances of excelling academically have improved three-fold since the arrival of Dr. Maureen Schaukowitch. She was the first ever student-athlete academic coordinator at Loyola Marymount University. The creation of such a position demonstrates LMU’s commitment to assisting student-athletes achieve their full potential academically as well as athletically. Despite becoming the Director of Internships in the School of Education at LMU the Fall, Schaukowitch helped and her replacment will assist student-athletes with schedules, securing tutors and helping student-athletes develop good study and life skills.

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GIVING BACK - LIONS COMMUNITY SERVICE YMCA facilities while volunteers watch n 1996, members of the women’s volthe children. The team was also responsileyball team decided it was time to ble for helping raise several hundred dolstart looking beyond the borders of lars through the annual support camLoyola Marymount and the confines of paign. The YMCA the playing court. annual campaign is With many of them run solely by volunalready involved in teers who donate their some type of comtime to make phone munity service, calls to potential they decided to donors. come together and In 2001, the LMU volprovide a service to leyball team took part the surrounding in the “Healthy Kids community. Day” at the YMCA. It Senior Kealani Kimball spending time face painting at Since then, it the YMCA in 2003. was an opportunity for has become a team local pediatricians, standard for each dermatologists and individual to confor a couple of hours a day. They helped dentists to come and tribute at least 10 walk the dogs daily and were educated offer their services to hours of volunteer about the development and care of the the community. The service each year. Junior Kelli Nerison helps with the construction of a dogs and cats at the clinic. local police departEach athlete must very important project. Aside from the hours the team spent at ment was also on do this on her own the foundation, some of the athletes still hand for fingerprinting to prevent kidtime, but as a team, they decide where volunteered their time at local elementary napping. The Lions played games and they will concentrate their efforts each schools and various other community took part in a large raffle for the children. season. Though head coach Steve Stratos organizations. Four years ago the team decided to and his staff keep a close eye on each ath“Helping your own surrounding expand their focus and reach out to a diflete’s academic and athletic success, this community is something everyone should ferent part of the community. That is is one area in which he feels is more effecget involved in,” states former team capwhen they were introduced to The tive if the team takes on the responsibilitain Laura Gustorf. “It’s an enriching Amanda Foundation, a non-profit founty. d a t i o n “When we first spoke about doing this located in a few years ago, I turned it right over to Beverly them,” Stratos said. “It should be someH i l l s . thing they choose to do on their own and Founded in something they have a sincere interest in. 1976, the They have really enjoyed doing it each organizayear.” tion rescues For the past five seasons, the team has dogs and spent countless hours at the local cats who are Westchester YMCA. There, the athletes spending volunteered to work with kids of all ages their last through the “Child Watch” program, an days at city opportunity for parents to enjoy the and county shelters. After the pets have been rescued from “death row,” they are given the Members of the 2002 LMU Volleyball team with a company from the Los Angeles Fire Department. medical attention necessary, including vaccinaexperience that not only benefits you, but tions, and eventually placed in a home. those you are helping as well.” The Amanda Foundation relies heaviThe Amanda Foundation is located at ly on volunteers to participate in pet ther351 North Foothill Road in Beverly Hills, apy, exercise and training while under the and can be reached at (310) 278-2935. care of the foundation staff. The team visited the foundation twice Senior Liz Samson gives a little assistance during an as a group, and frequently as individuals,

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S TEVE S TRATOS H EAD C OACH string of 61-straight weeks being nationallyranked in the AVCA/USA Today Top 25 Poll. Despite high expectations upon entering the 1998 season, the Lions were disappointed to finish fourth in the West Coast Conference with an 18-8 overall record and a 9-5 conference mark. With a highly competitive conference, the No. 25-ranked Lions were left out of the NCAA postseason tournament for the first time since 1993. They ended the 1998 regular season ranked No. 25. Using 1998 as a learning experience, Stratos and the Lions jumped back into the NCAA tournament in 1999, advancing to the second round, and were ranked as high as No.22 in the AVCA rankings (Sept.28). In 2000, Stratos and the Lions continued their pursuit of excellence by starting the season on a seven-match winning streak which propelled them to a season-best No. 21 AVCA ranking (Sept. 4). Last season, the Lions tarted the season with an 11-3 mark, handing the program its 13th consecutive winning season under Stratos’ guidance. During Stratos’ first season (1990), the Lions posted a 21-16 record and made a postseason appearance in the NIVC (National Invitational Volleyball Championship). In 1992, he led the team to its second NIVC appearance and a 22-13 record. The following year (1993), the Lions accumulated a 23-7 overall record, and finished second in the WCC (11-3). For the first time in program history, LMU entered the Top 25, ranked No. 24 in the AVCA

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Stratos’ Coaching Profile Name: Steven G. Stratos Born: June 5, 1952 Hometown: Torrance, CA High School: Torrance High School College Education: San Diego State, Bachelor of Arts, 1974 California Standard Secondary Credential, 1975 Playing Career: 1972-1982 AAA beach volleyball player 1985-1988 6-Man Beach Volleyball reached finals of Manhattan Beach Open Coaching Career: 1990-Present Head Coach, Loyola Marymount University

Year-By-Year Coaching Records

1983-1990 Head Coach, Woodbridge High School, Boy’s & Girl’s Volleyball Year Coach 1982 Nancy Fortner 1983 Nancy Fortner 1984 Nancy Fortner 1985 Nancy Fortner 1986 Nancy Fortner 1987 George Yamashita 1988 George Yamashita 1989 Mike Normand 1990 Steve Stratos 1991 Steve Stratos 1992 Steve Stratos 1993 Steve Stratos 1994 Steve Stratos 1995 Steve Stratos 1996 Steve Stratos 1997 Steve Stratos 1998 Steve Stratos 1999 Steve Stratos 2000 Steve Stratos 2001 Steve Stratos Steve Stratos 2002 Stratos’ Total Total

1975-1983 Head Coach, Torrance High School, Boy’s Volleyball & Basketball Coaching Honors: Collegiate 1994 WCC Coach of the Year 1995 WCC Coach of the Year 1996 WCC Coach of the Year 1996 AVCA District VIII Coach of the Year Three WCC Championships (1994, 1995, 1996), Six NCAA Postseason Appearances (1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000), Nationally Ranked 61straight weeks (1994-98) High School 1985 O.C. Coach of the Year Seven Pacific Coast League Championships, Nationally Ranked (1986-89) Committees/Memberships: AVCA Coaches Top-25 Voting Committee All-District VIII Selection Committee District VIII Regional Poll Committee

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Coaches Poll and No. 22 by Volleyball Monthly. In 1994, the Lions garnered the first of three consecutive WCC Championships with a 19-10 overall mark, and a 12-2 conference record, earning a NCAA tournament appearance. Stratos led LMU to its second straight WCC title and NCAA tournament appearance in 1995 with a perfect 14-0 record, the first in school history. After their tremendous success in 1996, the Lions posted a 22-7 record the following year (1997) and again advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Under Stratos' guidance, the Lions won in the first round of the tournament with a 3-0 victory over the University of Hawaii. To date, Stratos owns a 9-8 record in seven postseason appearances. Success of the program has carried over into individual honors as well. Among the program’s top athletes and graduates, Stratos coached Loyola Marymount’s two AVCA All-America first-team honorees, Sarah Noriega (1994-97) and Sarah McFarland (1997-00). He has guided eight All-West Region players, 39 all-conference players, three WCC Freshmen of the Year and one Freshman AllAmerican. Throughout the same period, his teams have succeeded in the classroom, producing 16 AllWCC Academic team members and six LMU Female Scholar-Athletes of the Year. Among these, Tracy Holman (1994-97) garnered the award twice as an LMU student-athlete, and was named WCC ScholarAthlete of the Year at the completion of the 1997-98 academic year. Stratos began his coaching career as an assistant coach for the boys’ junior varsity basketball team at Torrance High School in 1976, and became an assistant coach for the varsity squad the following year. He assumed duties as head coach for the boys’ volleyball team in the spring of 1978 and became head coach of the boys’ varsity basketball team in 1981. He moved on to Woodbridge High School in Irvine, Calif., in 1983 where he served as head coach of the boys’ volleyball team, as well as a boys’ basketball assistant. Concentrating strictly on volleyball, he took over the reins of both the girls’ and boys’ volleyball programs in 1984. There he led both programs into prominence during his tenure, taking each to the

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California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) playoffs. Under Stratos’ leadership, the Woodbridge girls’ program ranked among the nation’s top 20 in each of his final four years. In 1985 he was honored as Orange County’s Boy’s Volleyball Coach of the Year. He coached in the Orange County All-Star Game five times, with the boy’s squad in 1986 and 1988, and the girl’s team in 1987, 1989 and 1990. Aside from his coaching duties, Stratos taught advanced placement U.S. history at Woodbridge. A 1970 graduate of Torrance High School, Stratos was an all-league selection in basketball. He later earned a bachelor of arts degree in social sciences, with an emphasis in U.S. history, and a minor in English from San Diego State in 1975. He is a former president of the Orange County Volleyball Coaches Association and served on the CIF Volleyball Advisory Board for five years. Stratos is currently a member of the AVCA Coaches Top 25 Poll Committee (since 1993), the All-District VIII Selection Committee (since 1996) and is in his second term on the District VIII Regional Poll Committee (1995-96, 1999-present).

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A SSISTANT C OACHES / T RAINER arry Smoot begins his 14th year as the top assistant volleyball coach at Loyola Marymount University. Smoot is involved in all facets of the volleyball program, including input on daily practices and matches, as well as handling a portion of the recruiting responsibilities. He also serves as the camp coordinator for the LMU Girls’ Volleyball Summer Camp. Smoot began his coaching career at Torrance High School with the boys’ volleyball program in 1980. He added the girls’ team to his coaching duties in 1984 and led them to national rankings in 1986 (No. 12) and 1987 (No. 10). His girls’ program captured the Bay League Championship from 1985 through 1987. Smoot is currently the Director of the South Bay Girls’ Volleyball Club and has served as head coach for the Torrance Volleyball Club (boys). His South Bay 18-and-under club team has advanced to the Kaepa Festival Tournament Final Four in four of the last 10 years and won the championship in 1993. He previously led the Torrance club to a second place finish at the USVB Junior Olympics in 1983. Smoot was honored in 1996 with the Distinguished Service Award for Junior Volleyball by the Kaepa Volleyball Festival. ARRY MOOT A 1978 graduate of Torrance High School, Smoot was an all-conference volleyball player at El Camino Junior College before playing one season at Long Beach State in 1982. Smoot still competes in men’s and co-ed division tournaments. He is a former USVBA All-American in the co-ed division and has won the USVBA co-ed division open championships as a player-coach in 1987 and 1990.

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eather Collins-Ramirez begins her seventh season as an assistant coach at Loyola Marymount. Collins-Ramirez handles prematch scouting and assists in recruiting, daily practices and matches. A former All-American at UC Santa Barbara, Collins-Ramirez came to LMU following a two-year stint as an assistant coach at UCSB in 1995 and 1996. In her two seasons, the Gauchos posted a 26-9 record in 1995 and a 23-9 record in 1996, twice advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. A four-year letterwinner at UCSB, Collins-Ramirez was a two-time All-Big West first-team member following her junior and senior seasons. She earned third-team All-America honors from Volleyball Magazine as a junior, and honorable mention accolades following her senior campaign. She ranks among school leaders in career digs (1,556 - third) and kills (1,329 - fifth) and holds the school mark for service aces (157). As a player, she led the Gauchos to a four-year record of 101-29, including four appearances in the NCAA Postseason Tournament. In 1993, UCSB posted a 28-4 mark and finished with a No. 4 national ranking. Collins-Ramirez attended Poway High School where she led her team to three CIF 3-A championships. She was a two-time All-CIF first-team performer and won Player of the Year honors following her senior season. A five-year player for the San Diego Volleyball Club, she led the 18-elite team to the Nike Davis Volleyball Festival EATHER Championship in 1991. Collins-Ramirez is a two-year veteran of the professional volleyball OLLINS AMIREZ ranks. She played in the National Volleyball Association (NVA) 4-man sand and 4-man grass league in 1996, and played for the Utah Golden Spikers of the NVA in 1997. Collins-Ramirez is a 1996 graduate of UC Santa Barbara, earning a degree in liberal arts. Collins-Ramirez and her husband David, the director of athletic training education department at LMU, currently reside in Playa del Rey, Calif.

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his certification as a strength and conditioning specialist, and soon after became an instructor for the hospital’s eight-week strength and conditioning programs. In 2000, Gonzalez moved back to Los Angeles to work at The Center for Athletic Medicine at USC’s University Hospital. There, he was deeply involved in the High School Outreach Program, which provided certified athletic trainers for 18 high schools in the LA area. Gonzalez also developed and conducted the Coaches’ Seminar Series, which were free monthly seminars that focused on specific athletic medicine topics aimed toward coaches and athletes of all levels. In February of 2002, Gonzalez had the opportunity to work at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. He was assigned to long-track speed skating, and was stationed on the ice as a “field-of-play” athletic trainer. In August of 2002, he returned to LMU to begin his career as a member of the Lions’ Athletic Medicine staff.

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Season Outlook Tiana Newsome Kealani Kimball Roxanne Orsini Elizabeth Samson Jacene Dimson Kelli Nerison Nicole Oehlman M e g a n Wo o t o n Jody Carlson Dina DeBernardi Krista Houseman Michelle Look Tiffiny Self / Kacey Knauf Catherine Svorinich 34 - Courtnay Leonard / Sandy Krone / Jania Motton


T HE 2003 L IONS In the upcoming volleyball season, Loyola Marymount will look to regain its rightful position atop the West Coast Conference volleyball standings. The Lions will rely heavily on senior firstteam all-conference selections Tiana Newsome and Kealani Kimball. Last year, LMU endured numerous injuries at key positions to post a 15-12 record, the program’s 13th straight winning campaign. After starting the season at 11-3, LMU began receiving votes in the AVCA Poll, but after injuries decimated the team, the Lions dropped nine of their 12 matches.

side hitter Sandy Krone could also make an immediate impact. Stratos concluded his 13th year at the helm of the Lion women’s volleyball program. In his time at LMU, Stratos has led the Lions to eight 20-win seasons and eight postseason appearances, including four consecutive from 1997-2000. Stratos has posted a career total of 262-123, for a .681 winning percentage, the highest in LMU volleyball history and second among current WCC coaches. In league action, he owns a record of 132-50, good for a .725 winning percentage. With 132

Sophomore middle blocker Dina DeBernardi and junior setter Nicole Oehlman will return to the Lion line-up after sustaining season-ending injuries a year ago. Along with veterans Jody Carlson, Michelle Look, and Krista Houseman and a talented group of newcomers, LMU will hope to return to the nation’s elite with another trip to the NCAA Tournament.

and junior campaigns. DeBernardi will return after sustaining a dislocated elbow last season. Before her injury, she was emerging as one of LMU’s best players. In a 3-0 win over Colorado on Sept. 7, she had the fifth highest hitting percentage in school history (.833, 10-0-12), setting a sophomore class record, previously held by former LMU All-American Sarah Noriega (.765) in 1995. DeBernardi returned to form during the Spring season and will be a force during the 2003 season, while Kelli Nerison also ended the Spring absolutely on fire. She was one of the major reasons the Lions will be able to enjoy so much success, including their win at the LMU Spring Invitational. Motton could find a home at either middle blocker or outside hitter, dependent on the outcome of the August twoa-day practices. Motton is a tremendous athlete with the potential of playing all three front-row positions.

Setters Oehlman was an AllWCC selection during her freshman and sophomore years, while earning AVCA All-Pacific Region 2003 Loyola Marymount Volleyball Team “Last year, we honors during her rookie had to deal with a Top (l to r): Michelle Look, Sandy Krone, Dina DeBernardi, Jody Carlson, Krista Houseman, Kelli campaign. Already fifth Nerison, Roxanne Orsini, Tiana Newsome, Jania Motton, Kealani Kimball. lot of obstacles, but all-time on the LMU Bottom (l to r): Kacey Knauf, Cat Svorinich, Courtnay Leonard, Elizabeth Samson, Megan Wooton, we were able to career assist chart with Jacene Dimson, Tiffiny Self, Nicole Oehlman. battle through and the second highest career still win 15 matches,” LMU head coach career conference victories, Stratos ranks average (12.94 apg), she is one of the betSteve Stratos said. “It was a great learning second among current WCC coaches. ter setters in the nation. Oehlman will be experience for the team. The learning pushed for the starting position by curve was certainly raised and we’ll be Middle Blockers Knauf. The 5-8 freshman is an outstandbetter for it.” Newsome will solidify her position as ing athlete and has the potential of helpthe school’s most dominant blocker ever. ing this team immediately. The Lions will have another tremen- Already owning the career mark for averdous freshman class to aid the process. aging 1.34 blocks per game, Newsome Outside Hitters Leading the way will be last year’s needs just 54 more blocks to surpass The Lions will have a deep pool of outCalifornia High School Player of the Year Julie Greer’s (1992-95) school career side hitters to select from. After being the Jania Motton. After earning the honor record of 359. With 33 more block assists starting middle blocker for the past two from Student Sport Magazine, Motton was and 27 solos, Newsome will also own the seasons, Kimball will move to the outside also named an All-American. Also join- career marks in those categories as well. for her final year as a Lion. One of the ing the Lions will be Courtnay Leonard, Newsome already owns program top real physical forces in the conference, who was named the top senior libero in marks for the most blocks in a match and Kimball is extremely athletic and along the state by the same publication. in a single season, after being among the with DeBernardi, will serve as a team Freshman setter Kacey Knauf and out- nation’s top 20 during both her freshman captain. Kimball earned first-team all-

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2003 Loyola-Marymount Volleyball Roster conference honors for the second time last season after averaging 2.81 kills and 2.19 digs per game. She also was named the MVP of the LMU Volleyball Classic.

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Carlson, Houseman and Look have all been starters at LMU. Carlson averaged 1.75 kills per game last year as a sophomore, while Houseman and Look averaged 1.42 and 2.02 kills per game, respectively, as rookies. Roxanne Orsini will return for her senior season, after being an junior college AllAmerican. Krone could also be a weapon this year and certainly a force in the future. She is very versatile athlete, who can play on both the right and left side.

Name Dina DeBernardi Jacene Dimson Kacey Knauf Catherine Svorinich Kelli Nerison Nicole Oehlman Roxanne Orsini Courtnay Leonard Tiana Newsome Sandy Krone Megan Wooton Elizabeth Samson Kealani Kimball Jody Carlson Krista Houseman Tiffiny Self Michelle Look Jania Motton

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Head Coach:

Steve Stratos (San Diego State '75 - 14th season • 247-111) Larry Smoot (Long Beach State - 14th season) Heather Collins-Ramirez (UC Santa Barbara '96 - seventh season)

Assistant Coaches:

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Yr-Exp So-1V Jr-2V Fr-HS Fr-HS Jr-2V Jr-2V Sr-1V Fr-HS Sr-3V Fr-HS Jr-2V Sr-3V Sr-3V Jr-2V So-1V So-1V So-1V Fr-HS

Hometown (Previous School) Scottsdale, AZ (Horizon HS) Costa Mesa, CA (Mater Dei HS) La Canada, CA (Flintridge Sacred Heart HS) Rancho Palos Verdes, CA (Palos Verdes Peninsula HS) Laguna Niguel, CA (Dana Hills HS) Sebastopol, CA (El Molino HS) Long Beach, CA (Golden West CC) San Jose, CA (Archbishop Mitty HS) Peoria, AZ (Centennial HS) Sabastopol, CA (Analy HS) Stockton, CA (St. Mary’s HS) Saratoga, CA (Mitty HS) Kaunakakai, HI (Kamehameha Schools) Irvine, CA (Irvine HS) Brentwood, CA (Liberty HS) Hughson, CA (Hughson HS) Kailua, HI (Punahou School) Bakersfield, CA (Liberty HS)

Defensive Specialists/Libero LMU will have a number of talented athletes battling for the starting Libero position this season. After being hampered by numerous injuries last year, Jacene Dimson is back at full strength. Dimson was among team leaders, averaging 2.98 digs per game, while playing in just 58 games. She had a career-high 29 digs against Maryland.

man Cat Svorinich could also prove to be solid defensive specialists. Road to Victory The Lions will once again open the season with the LMU Furama Hotel Invitational, August 29-30, followed by a home match with national-power UC Santa Barbara on Sept. 2. After taking on the Gauchos, LMU will continue to take advantage of the warm confines of Gersten Pavilion, hosting the LMU Four Points Sheraton Classic, Sept. 5-6.

Dimson’s main competition will be Leonard. Considered the top senior Libero in the state of California last year as a prep, Leonard will raise the quality of play of all the back-row experts. Both athletes are extremely quick with good hands.

The Lions won the Classic last season, downing a pair of teams listed in the USA Today/AVCA Top 25. The Lions beat both Notre Dame and Colorado to win the title. It was the Lions’ second Classic title in the past three seasons.

Meg Wooton was the starting setter for LMU last year, but will also be looking for playing time at defensive specialist. Wooton had a double-double against Indiana on Sept. 14 with 30 assists and 11 digs, while senior Elizabeth Samson appeared in 54 games, recording 83 digs on the season. Samson posted her best match of the season with 18 digs and three service aces against No. 11 Santa Clara on Nov. 16. Sophomore Tiffiny Self and fresh-

After traveling to Cal State Fullerton on September 9, LMU will head to Pullman, Washington for the Washington State Invitational, Sept. 12-13. The Cougars finished third last season in the Pac-10, as one of eight league schools to advance to the NCAA Tournament. In 2002, Washington State advanced to the Elite Eight and was ranked seventh in the final national rankings.

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LMU will travel to Honolulu, Hawaii for a pair of matches, before returning to Southern California for four more matches to conclude the non-conference slate. On Oct. 3, LMU will open the league schedule with a home match versus Saint Mary’s. The WCC sent three teams (Pepperdine, Santa Clara and San Diego) to the NCAA Tournament last season, with the Waves also reaching the Elite Eight. Last year, LMU finished in a fourth place tie with the Gaels in the conference standings at 6-8, marking the first time in Stratos’ tenure that the Lions ended the league slate with a losing effort. It was just the second time in school history that LMU had posted a losing conference record, the other coming in 1988 (4-10). “It should be a five team race again this year,” Stratos said. “Pepperdine will definitely be the team to beat, and as usual, there will be three for four conference teams in the Top 25.

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Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Middle Blocker Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-11 Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-year letterwinner Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Peoria, AZ

Briefly

2000 - Freshman

Tiana Newsome enters her fourth year at LMU…one of the best athletes ever brought into the program who is also one of the most athletic middle blockers in the nation…has lightning quick speed…a ferocious defender of the net…a dominant player who leads by example and is a hard worker…looking to be more effectivly offensively...an explosive jumper with incredible strength… will anchor the Lions defensively as a middle blocker.

Played in all 29 matches and started in eight…saw action in 90 games…ended the year leading the West Coast Conference and ranked 23rd in the nation with a 1.46 blocks per game average…tied the LMU record for blocks in a four-game match (12) against San Jose State (Sept. 1)…hit doubledigit kill totals in three games…10 kills against Portland (Oct. 14) and Santa Clara (Nov. 17)…had a season-high 11 kills against San Francisco (Nov. 18)…managed to hit above .300 12 times and above .500 three times…season-best attack percentage of .636 came against San Francisco (Oct. 9)…led the Lions’ blocking efforts in 20 matches…ended the year with 148 kills, fourth on the squad…averaged 1.64 kills per game…set a new freshman blocking record with 131 on the year…that mark ranks second all-time in the LMU single-season record book, three shy of the all-time record (134)…her 31 block solos ties for sixth on the all-time single-season chart…her total of 100 block assists the second best ever recorded in a single-season at LMU.

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Was one of the most dominant middle blockers in the West Coast Conference, earning first-team allleague honors…averaged a team-high 1.44 blocks per game, which was second in the conference and tied for 18th nationally…set single-season school records with 144 total blocks and 40 solo blocks…currently has the school record for averaging 1.34 blocks per game…tied a four-game match school record with six solo blocks against Saint Mary’s on Oct. 26…set four-game match school records with 13 block assists and 16 total against Gonzaga on Nov. 1…averaged 2.25 kills per game…posted a double-double with 16 kills and 11 blocks against San Diego State on Sept. 25, with a season-high 32 attacks…reached double digits in kills in seven of eight matches from Sept. 25-Oct. 19…had a season-high 17 kills against Portland on Nov. 2…posted an .875 hitting percentage (7-0-8) against Colorado (Sept. 7)…named to the LMU Volleyball Classic AllTournament team…also named LMU Female Athlete of the Month for November.

Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Riverside, CA

High School Newsome is a 2000 graduate of Centennial High School in Peoria, AZ…a three-year varsity letterwinner in volleyball…served as team captain of the squad as a senior…a two-time All-Citrus League selection as a sophomore and junior, AllWest Valley League pick as a senior…led team in blocks all four years…named West Valley Region Player of the Year and All-State second-team pick in 1999…led her team to the league championship in the 1998 season with a 30-1 record…competed in track as a junior and earned a varsity letter…prep volleyball coach was Diane Pavia.

Personal Tiana Marie Newsome was born in Riverside, CA on April 1, 1982…the daughter of Larry and Michelle Newsome…she has one brother, Brandon, and one sister, Taryn…was also recruited by Georgia Tech, Oregon State and Michigan…lists hanging out with friends, singing and dancing as her hobbies…names the Los Angeles Lakers of the NBA as her favorite professional team…a psychology major with plans on becoming a clinical psychologist.

2001 - Sophomore

Newsome’s Career Highs . . . . . . . Kills

17, Clemson (9/2/01)

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Appeared in 38 games throughout the year…season-best performance came against Clemson (Sept. 2)…hit a career mark of 17 kills and 40 attempts against the Tigers…also put up a seasonhigh 10 blocks that match, recording her only double-double of the year…finished with 65 kills and 30 blocks…also put up double-digit kill totals against Oral Roberts (Aug. 31), 11 and Cal Poly (Sept. 5), 10.

Oklahoma (8/31/02) Assists

3, Cal Poly (9/1/00)

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Last: vs. Santa Clara (11/16/02) Digs

5, Duke (8/31/02)

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6, Saint Mary’s (10/26/02)

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Briefly Kealani Kimball enters her fourth year at LMU…a great all-around athlete and a tremendous leaper…worked diligently in the weight room during the off-season and has become physically stronger…one of the real physical forces in the conference…can attack from anywhere on the court which opens the door creatively for the coaches…an excellent aggressive blocker...a great leader, both on and off the court.

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Played in 26 matches and started in 15…appeared in 79 games …recorded season-highs in kills (9), attacks (16) and attack percentage (.500) against Marquette (Sept. 16)…posted a season-best Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Outside Hitter five blocks twice…first against Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-11 Notre Dame (Sept. 21)…and again against Pepperdine (Oct. Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-year letterwinner 7)…hit double-digit digs totals Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kaunakakai, HI five times…season-high of 16 High School . . . . . . . . . . . .Kamehameha Schools digs came against Notre Dame (Sept. 21)…also collected eight Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sept. 15, 1982 assists against the Fighting Irish, Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kaunakakai, Molokai a season-best…averaged above .300 in attack percentage seven times…had a personal-best four service aces against Pepperdine (Oct. 7)…ended the season averaging 0.57 kills and 1.86 digs per game.

At LMU 2002 - Junior Was named first-team All-West Coast Conference for the second consecutive year after averaging 2.81 kills and 2.19 digs per game…was sixth in the WCC and second on the team with a .306 hitting percentage…was also the second-leading Lion and eighth in the league, averaging nearly a block per game…had at least five digs in each of the first nine matches of the season, including reaching double figures four straight times…had five double-doubles on the season…had a season-high 16 digs against No. 11 Santa Clara (Nov. 16)…reached double figures in kills 14 times, including a seasonhigh 19 against Maryland (Sept. 14)…had at least 11 digs in each of the three matches at the LMU Classic, earning the MVP…also named to the Terrapin Invitational All-Tournament team with 47 kills in three matches…had a season-high nine blocks in three games against Colorado (Sept. 7).

High School Kimball is a 2000 graduate of Kamehameha Schools in Honolulu, HI…a two-sport athlete, she lettered three years in both basketball and volleyball…served as volleyball team captain in her senior season…a two-time first-team All-ILH and AllHawaii selection in both sports…earned Volleyball Magazine All-America honorable mention accolades as a senior…as a junior, was voted league player of the year and state MVP in basketball…led her basketball team to a perfect 15-0 record and the state championship title as a senior…earned Street & Smith Basketball Magazine All-America honorable mention honors in her final year…prep volleyball coach was Dan Kitashima.

2001 - Sophomore Earned first-team All-West Coast Conference, while leading LMU in block assists with 47...was second on the team in attacks (661), kills (270), block solos (12) and total blocks (59)...her .265 hitting percentage ranked third on the team and ninth in the WCC...improved her performance during WCC action, averaging 3.6 kills per game during league play, which ranked eighth...also upped her block total to 0.94 per game during conference action, which ranked sixth overall and tops on the team...her 244 digs for the season was the third best total on the team, while her 3.13 digs per game in conference action ranked eighth overall...recorded 12 double-doubles, including eight straight from Oct. 6-Nov. 9...pounded out a seasonhigh 20 kills, along with 12 digs versus Cal Poly on Sept. 5...recorded a pair of 18 kill/10 dig performances versus Pepperdine (Oct. 6) and San Francisco (Nov. 9)...came up with 17 digs versus San Francisco (Oct. 13)...following that performance with 16-dig and 15-dig outings at San Diego

Personal Kealani Sierra Kimball was born in Kaunakakai, Molokai on Sept. 15, 1982…the daughter of Ronald and Camron Kimball…has one brother, Kapena…names pizza and ice cream as her favorite foods…was also recruited by the University of Hawaii and Washington State…major is business.

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Rox a n n e Or s i n i Briefly Roxanne Orsini begins her second year at LMU…a great addition to the team last year...a terrific athlete, who is always positive and always does what is best for the team.

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At LMU 2002 - Junior Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Outside Hitter Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-0 Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1V Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Long Beach, CA Last School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Golden West CC Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nov. 2, 1982 Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Long Beach, CA

Appeared in 29 games, recording 23 kills on 84 attempts…had a season-high eight kills against Boston College on Sept. 13, along with five digs and two blocks…had 20 attempts against the Eagles with a .350 hitting percentage…posted a season-high 29 attempts against Gonzaga (Nov. 1), with seven kills and a season-high 12 digs…dished out six assists on the season, including three against Indiana on Sept. 14.

At Golden West Community College A junior college All-American at Golden West Community College...earned honorable mention as a freshman and first team as a sophomore by the AVCA…led her team to a pair of state titles...a fearless defender, blocks extremely well…will vie for a starting spot in the lineup.

Personal Roxanne Nicole Orsini was born in Long Beach, CA on Nov. 2, 1982…the daughter of Rocco and Susanne Orsini…has an older sister, Alicia, who played four years of soccer at San Diego State…lists cooking, creative writing, snowboarding and surfing as her hobbies…enjoys going to the beach to play volleyball with her friends...played violin four years in the advanced orchestra…was also recruited by Cal, USC and UCLA…is a psychology major, with ambitions of being an occupational therapist.

High School Orsini is a 2000 graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School in Long Beach, CA…a two sport athlete, earned three varsity letters in volleyball and two in soccer…captained her volleyball team as a senior…was a two-time all-city and all-league pick in volleyball…garnered Woodrow Wilson High School’s Scholar-Athlete of the Week award on two occasions and was named Press Telegram Athlete of the Week three times…was the starting goalie as a freshman and a sophomore earning both all-city and all-league honors...prep volleyball coaches were Gerry Gregory and Rob Machan.

Orsini’s Career Highs . . . . . . . . . . Kills

8, Boston College (9/13/02)

Attacks

29, Gonzaga (11/1/02)

Percentage

.350 (8-1-20) Boston College (9/13/02)

Assists

3, Indiana (9/14/02)

Aces

3, Indiana (9/14/02)

Digs

12, Gonzaga (11/1/02)

Solo Blocks

0

Orsini’s Career Statistics

Block Assists 2, Twice Last: Indiana (9/14/02) Total Blocks 2, Twice

Year

MP/GP

Att

Kills

Err

Pct

Ast

SA

SE

RE

Digs

BS

BA

TB

BE

2002

14/29

84

23

12

.131

6

1

6

6

33

0

5

5

2

N

T

B

A

L

Last: Indiana (9/14/02)

22

L

O

Y

O

L

A

M

A

R

Y

M

O

U

V

O

L

L

E

Y

L


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El i z a b e t h Sa m s o n 2001 - Sophomore Appeared in nine matches, recording a season high two games versus both Colorado (Sept. 1) and San Francisco (Oct. 13)... recorded both an attack and a dig versus the Buffaloes.

Senior

2000 - Freshman

Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Defensive Specialist

Saw action in 11 matches…appeared in 22 games…recorded a season-high eight digs and six blocks against Duke (Sept. 16)…had one service ace against Wyoming (Sept. 23). Samson is a 2000 graduate of

Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-3 Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-year letterwinner Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Saratoga, CA High School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mitty HS Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 25, 1982 Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stanford, CA

High School

Mitty High School in San Jose, CA…a two-time letterwinner in volleyball…as a defensive specialist earned the MVP and coaches award her freshman season…prep volleyball coach was Jason Curtis.

Briefly Personal

Elizabeth Samson begins her fourth year at LMU…a three-year letterwinner…has the advantage of having been in the program and learned the system…helps give depth to the squad’s core of defensive specialists...is a great competitor, coming up with some tremendous defense last season... a player that is always throwing her body around.

Elizabeth Sara Samson, “Liz”, was born in Stanford, CA on June 25, 1982…the daughter of Samuel and Patricia Samson…has one sister, Rebecca…lists wakeboarding and skiing as her hobbies…names her favorite vacation spot as Hawaii…an accounting major.

At LMU 2002 - Junior Appeared in 54 games, recording 83 digs on the season…had her best match of the year with 18 digs and three service aces against No. 11 Santa Clara on Nov. 16…recorded back-to-back double digit dig totals with 12 against Saint Mary’s (Oct. 26) and 11 against Gonzaga (Nov. 1)…also had three service aces against the Bulldogs…averaged 1.54 digs per game.

Samson’s Career Highs . . . . . . . . . Kills Attacks Percentage

Samson’s Career Statistics Year

MP/GP

Att

Kills

Err

Pct

Ast

SA

SE

RE

Digs

BS

BA

TB

BE

2000 2001 2002

11/22 7/9 21/54

9 1 3

2 0 0

2 0 1

.000 .000 -.333

1 0 12

1 0 7

2 2 4

7 2 2

27 1 83

0 0 0

6 0 0

6 0 0

0 0 0

Total

39/85

13

2

3

-.076

13

8

8

11

111

0

6

6

0

L

O

Y

O

L

A

M

A

R

Y

M

O

U

N

T

V

Assists Aces Digs Solo Blocks Block Assists Total Blocks

O

L

L

E

Y

1, Duke (9/16/00) 1, Gonzaga (10/13/00) 5, Duke (9/16/00) .200 (1-0-5) Duke (9/16/00) 3, Twice Last: Santa Clara (11/16/02) 2, Santa Clara (11/16/02) 18, Santa Clara (11/16/02) 0 6, Duke (9/16/00) 6, Duke (9/16/00)

B

A

L

L

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Ja c e n e Di m s o n Briefly

Junior

Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Defensive Specialist Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-7 Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-year letterwinner

Jacene Dimson begins her third year at LMU…very athletic…possesses a high jump for back row attacking…is quick on her feet…covers the court well…has excellent anticipation skills…comes in and makes an immediate impact with her passing and defensive skills...will definitely be in the hunt as the starting libero...always gives 100 percent.

At LMU 2002 - Sophomore

Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Costa Mesa, CA High School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mater Dei HS

Among team leaders, averaging 2.98 digs per game…played in just 58 Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tustin, CA games, battling a multitude of injuries throughout the season…had a career-high 29 digs against Maryland (Sept. 14)…also recorded her only kill of the season against the Terrapins…recorded a total of 60 digs in three matches at the Terrapin Invitational…reached double digits in digs eight times, including 16 against UC Santa Barbara on Oct. 8.

Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nov. 14, 1983

2001 - Freshman A valuable cog in the defensive rotation, Dimson posted eight double-digit dig matches...from Oct. 19-30, averaged 12 digs in a five match span, including a career-high 17 versus St. Mary’s (Oct. 20)...recorded at least three digs in 24 of the 25 matches she appeared...one of only six Lions to play in all 25 matches during the season...fifth on the team averaging 2.20 digs per game off the bench.

Personal Jacene Autumn Viceral Dimson was born in Tustin, CA on Nov. 14, 1983…the daughter of Rufino and Vivian Dimson…has one sister, Julia…lists playing basketball and reading as her hobbies…names grilled chicken sandwiches as her favorite food…was also recruited by the Portland and Manhattan College…chose LMU because of its strong academic reputation and successful volleyball program…a communications major.

High School

Dimson’s Career Highs Kills Attacks Percentage Assists Aces Digs Solo Blocks Block Assists Total Blocks

24

L

1, 6 times Last: Maryland (9/14/02) 5, Oral Roberts (9/31/01) 1.000, 3 times, (1-0-1) Last: St. Mary’s (10/20/01) 2, 4 times Last: Pepperdine (10/12/02) 3, San Francisco (11/9/01) 29, Maryland (9/14/02) 0 0 0

O

Y

O

L

A

Dimson is a 2001 graduate of Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, CA…a two sport athlete, earned four varsity letters in volleyball and three in basketball…as a junior guard was named to the Scholastic All- CIF basketball team…earned Scholastic All-CIF volleyball team honors as a senior…led her team to the CIF Southern Section Finals during her junior and senior campaigns…prep volleyball coaches were Craig Pazanti and Isaac Owens.

Dimson’s Career Statistics

M

Year

MP/GP

Att

Kills

Err

Pct

Ast

SA

SE

RE

Digs

BS

BA

TB

BE

2001

25/87

19

5

3

.105

11

10

8

15

191

0

0

0

1

2002

17/58

4

1

2

-.250

8

0

0

15

173

0

0

0

0

Total

42/145

23

6

5

.043

19

10

8

30

364

0

0

0

1

R

M

Y

B

A

L

L

A

Y

O

U

N

T

V

O

L

L

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Ke l l i Ne ri s o n 2001 - Freshman Nerison primarily competed during the non-conference portion of the schedule...recorded a kill on her first collegiate swing, posting a 1.000 attack percentage during the season opening victory over Oral Roberts (Aug. 31)...posted a career-high 11 attacks in a 3-1 victory over Indiana (Sept. 7)...appeared in five matches for a total of 13 games...came up with her first collegiate dig versus Cal Poly (Sept. 5).

Junior

Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Middle Blocker Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2 Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-year letterwinner Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Laguna Niguel, CA High School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dana Hills HS Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .April 6, 1983

High School

Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Newport Beach, CA

Nerison is a 2001 graduate of Dana Hills High School in Dana Point, CA…a two sport athlete, earned four varsity letters in volleyball and three in swimming…earned the coaches’ award as a senior swimmer while also accumulating the most team points…a two-time All-South Coast League selection in volleyball …served as team captain during her senior campaign…was named team MVP in her final season…prep volleyball coaches were Lael Fresenius and Mark Rivadeneyra.

Briefly Kelli Nerison begins her third year at LMU…ended the Spring absolutely on fire...was one of the major reasons the Lions were able to win the LMU Spring Invitational...will definitely be in the mix for a starting position...comes from one of the most prominent club programs in the country…along with playing at the net, she has very good back row skills as well…an aggressive defender, blocks extremely well…adds depth to an already deep pool of middle blockers for LMU.

Personal Kelli Anne Nerison was born in Newport Beach, CA on April 6, 1983…the daughter of Daniel and Bonnie Nerison…has one brother, Kevin…lists sailing, backpacking and water skiing as her hobbies…her favorite vacation spots are Lake Shasta and Hawaii…was also recruited by Santa Clara, Pepperdine and Hawaii…a marketing major with plans to enter the advertising business.

At LMU 2002 - Sophomore Appeared in just seven matches for a total of eight games…had a kill against both San Diego (Oct. 25) and Saint Mary’s (Nov. 22), with a perfect 1.000 hitting percentage against the Gaels…had a season-high four attempts against San Diego on Nov. 23…posted a block assist against both San Diego (Nov. 23) and Saint Mary’s (Nov. 22)…had an assist, a dig and a service ace against Idaho State (Sept. 21).

Nerison’s Career Highs . . . . . . . . . Kills Attacks Percentage Assists Aces

Nerison’s Career Statistics Year

MP/GP

Att

Kills

Err

Pct

Ast

SA

SE

RE

Digs

BS

BA

TB

BE

2001 2002

5/13 7/8

18 8

4 2

3 3

.056 -.125

0 1

0 2

2 2

0 0

1 1

0 0

4 2

4 2

2 2

Digs

Total

12/21

26

6

6

.000

1

2

4

0

2

0

6

6

4

Solo Blocks Block Assists Total Blocks

L

O

Y

O

L

A

M

A

R

Y

M

O

U

N

T

V

O

L

L

E

Y

B

2, New Mexico (9/8/01) 11, Indiana (9/7/01) 1.000 (1-0-1), Twice Last: Saint Mary’s (11/22/02) 1, Idaho State (9/21/02) 1, Twice Last: Idaho State (9/21/02) 1, Twice Last: Idaho State (9/21/02) 0 2, Utah (9/22/01) 2, Utah (9/22/01)

A

L

L

25


7

Ni c o l e Oe h l m a n control and can attack with her left hand…leads team by example…is an incredible all-around athlete...the Lions expect great things from her this season.

Junior

At LMU 2002

Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-10

Received a medical-redshirt after sustaining a season-ending knee injury during the spring of 2002.

Experience . . . . . . .2-year letterwinner- redshirt

2001 - Sophomore

Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Setter

Played in 24 of the Lions’ 25 matches and started in 23…a 2001 all-conHigh School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .El Molino HS ference honorable mention…ranked Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 5, 1982 third among WCC leaders averaging 12.43 assists per game…career Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . . .South Lake Tahoe, CA assists total now stands at 2,368 placing her fifth in the LMU record Briefly book…hit .309 (125-38-282) on the season, Nicole Oehlman will enter her third season of ranking fourth in the WCC…named to the competition for LMU…one of the best setters Colorado PowerBar and LMU Volleyball in the nation…is beyond her years in terms of Classic all-tournament teams…was perfect, no knowledge of the game…has excellent ball errors, while recording a personal-best 15 kills against New Mexico (Sept. 8)…was again flawless against St. Mary’s (Oct. 20) setting a career record with an .800 hitting percentage (8-010)…season-high 74 assists came against San Francisco (Oct. 13)…also set a career mark of 19 digs against the Lady Dons…matched it a week later collecting 19 digs against St. Mary’s (Oct. 20)…had seven double-doubles on the year (assists and digs)…selected as WCC Player of the Week (Oct. 1).

Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sebastopol, CA

against Notre Dame (Sept. 21)...had her best dig performance (16) against Notre Dame (Sept. 21)…recorded a season-high six service aces against Wyoming (Sept. 23)…finished the year with 1,287 assists and a 13.41 assist per game average…that total ranked her second in the WCC and 25th in the nation…led the Lions and finished third in the WCC with 30 service aces…was third on the squad with 76 total blocks…named to the Phoenix Airport Hilton/Sun Devil Challenge all-tournament team…earned WCC Player of the Week honors (Nov. 13).

High School Oehlman is a 2000 graduate of El Molino High School in Forestville, CA…a two-sport athlete, she lettered four years in both softball and volleyball…served as volleyball team captain in her senior season…selected as El Molino’s Female Athlete of the Year…also garnered California Div. III State MVP honors…twotime first team All-Sonoma County League…as a junior named first-team All-Empire…led her team to the state championships in 1997 and 1998, winning in 1999…a CIF Scholar-Athlete in both volleyball and softball.

2000 - Freshman

Oehlman’s Career Highs . . . . . . . . Kills Attacks Percentage Assists Aces Digs Solo Blocks Block Assists Total Blocks

26

15, New Mexico (9/8/01) 21, New Mexico (9/8/01) .800, (8-0-10) Saint Mary’s (10/20/01) 83, Pepperdine (11/4/00) 6, Wyoming (9/23/00) 19, Saint Mary’s (10/20/01 19, San Francisco (10/13/01) 2, New Mexico (9/8/01) 2, Pepperdine (10/7/00) 6, San Jose State (9/1/00) 6, Notre Dame (9/21/00) 6, San Jose State (9/1/00) 6, Note Dame (9/21/00)

L

O

Y

O

L

A

Saw action in all 29 matches and started all but one…played in 96 games…was one of only two freshman to be named AVCA All-Pacific Region…earned All-West Coast Conference second-team honors…had an incredible first game against Cal Poly (Sept. 1), collecting 50 assists, hit .333 (6-2-12), had three service aces and four blocks against the Mustangs…had six double-doubles (assists, digs) on the year…career-high 83 assists against Pepperdine (Nov. 4) coming six shy of the LMU record for assists in a four-game match and just one shy of the freshman mark (84)…recorded a season-best eight kills against Notre Dame (Sept. 21)…posted a season-high six blocks twice on the season…first against San Jose State (Sept. 1) and then again

Personal Nicole Lind Oehlman was born in South Lake Tahoe, CA on June 5, 1982…the daughter of Cliff and Sandra Oehlman…lists her most memorable high school moment as winning the California State championships…major is sociology and business.

Oehlman’s Career Statistics

M

Year

MP/GP

Att

Kills

Err

Pct

Ast

SA

SE

RE

Digs

BS

BA

TB

BE

2000

29/96

260

104

40

.246

1,287 30

48

1

208

8

68

76

9

2001

24/87

282

125

38

.309

1,081 20

32

0

215

4

23

27

14

Total

53/183

542

229

78

.279

2,368 50

80

1

423

12

91

103 23

N

T

L

L

A

R

Y

M

O

U

V

O

E

Y

B

A

L

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Me g Wo o t o n

Junior

2001 - Freshman Was second on the team with 47 assists and assists per game...had her best game of the year in a 3-0 victory over No. 20 UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 3), recording a career-high 35 assists...also came up with 14 digs, two kills and a block assist during the win...appeared in 48 games over 22 matches, including one start...averaged 1.00 digs per game with 48 on the season...played in all 12 LMU games during the LMU Volleyball Classic, coming up with 18 digs and a pair of service aces.

Position . . . . . . . . . . . .Setter/Defensive Specialist Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-6 Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-year letterwinner Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stockton, CA High School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .St. Mary’s HS Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 18, 1983 Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stockton, CA

High School Wooton is a 2001 graduate of Saint Mary’s High School in Stockton, CA…earned varsity letters in two sports…three times in swimming and four times in volleyball…served as volleyball team captain her senior season…a three-time all-city, allconference and all-league pick…was a Division I all-state pick and San Joaquin Athletic Association MVP as a senior…earned the CIF Academic Excellence Award and was named California State Athlete of the Week by Cal Hi Sports magazine in her final campaign…finished her senior season second in the nation for most assists in a high school match…prep volleyball coach was Angela Gotelli.

Briefly Meg Wooton begins her third year at LMU…a competitive athlete who knows how to win…a player that can always be counted on, always ready to step up and perform...will be an incredibly valuable member of the team at either defensive specialist or setter.…obtains a strong work ethic which comes through on the court...very intelligent and uses her tools to their fullest.

At LMU 2002 - Sophomore Started nearly half of the matches she played at setter for LMU, recording 365 assists on the season…posted a season-high 44 assists against Maryland on Sept. 14, in the midst of a run of seven consecutive matches she recorded double digit assist totals…had a total of 94 assists in three matches at the Terrapin Invitational…had a West Coast Conference personal-high 38 assists against Portland on Nov. 2….had a double-double against Indiana on Sept. 14 with 30 assists and 11 digs…had three service aces against both Bradley (Aug. 30) in the season opener and Saint Louis (Sept. 7)…had a season-high two kills in six separate matches.

Personal Megan Leslie Wooton was born in Stockton, CA on June 18, 1983…the daughter of Rob and Jody Wooton…has one sister, Allison…competed with teammate Laura Gustorf in high school…lists Mike Bibby of the Sacramento Kings as her favorite professional athlete…names the Caribbean as her favorite vacation spot…was also recruited by Washington State and Duke…a liberal studies major with plans to become a teacher.

Kills

2, seven times Last: San Francisco (10/19/02) Attacks 9, Santa Barbara (10/3/01) Percentage 1.000, twice (2-0-2) Cal State Fullerton (9/18/02) Assists 44, Maryland (9/14/02) Aces 3, twice Last: Saint Louis (9/7/02) Digs 14, Santa Barbara (10/3/01) Solo Blocks 0 Block Assists 1, twice Last: Cal State Fullerton (9/18/02) Total Blocks 1, twice Last: Cal State Fullerton (9/18/02)

Wooton’s Career Statistics Year

MP/GP

Att

Kills

Err

Pct

Ast

SA

SE

RE

Digs

BS

BA

TB

BE

2001

22/48

9

2

1

.111

47

2

7

1

48

0

1

1

1

2002

23/67

47

19

4

.319

365

9

12

1

83

0

1

1

1

Total

45/115

56

21

5

.286

412

11

19

2

131

0

2

2

2

L

O

Y

O

L

A

M

A

Wooton’s Career Highs

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Y

M

O

U

N

T

V

O

L

L

E

Y

B

A

L

L

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Jo d y Ca r l s o n Briefly

Junior

Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Outside Hitter Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2 Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-year letterwinner

Jody Carlson begins her third year at LMU…possesses an excellent serve...an outside hitter that can play either the left or right side…has already stepped up her play from last season...should be a force...also controls the ball very well…a fearless defender, blocks extremely well… will look to solidify her position in the starting line-up.

Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Irvine, CA

At LMU 2002 - Sophomore

High School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Irvine HS

Appeared in 81 games, averaging 1.75 kills per game…totaled 44 kills Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Westminster, CA in the final three matches of the year, including a season-high 20 versus No. 11 Santa Clara on Nov. 16…also had a season-high 38 attempts against the Broncos…had at least one block in the final 11 matches she played, including five in the season-finale against Saint Mary’s on Nov. 22…also had five blocks at San Diego State (Sept. 25)…had seven kills in the first two matches of the year against Bradley and Oklahoma (Aug. 30-31)…recorded four assists and three digs, along with six kills versus Boston College (Sept. 13).

Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sept. 20, 1982

High School Carlson is a 2001 graduate of Irvine High School in Irvine, CA…a two sport athlete, earned four varsity letters in basketball and three in volleyball…captained both teams as a senior…was a four-time all-city and all-league pick in basketball…was named second team All-CIF in both sports as a senior…was a three-time all-city and all-league volleyball selection…garnered Irvine High School’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year award and was named Sea View League’s Female Athlete of the Year during her final volleyball season…prep volleyball coach was Mark Mednick.

2001 - Freshman

Carlson’s Career Highs . . . . . . . . . Kills Attacks Percentage Assists Aces Digs Solo Blocks Block Assists Total Blocks

28

L

20, Santa Clara (11/16/02) 40, San Francisco (10/13/01) .500 (11-1-20) San Francisco (11/15/02) 6, St. Mary’s (11/16/01) 4, Twice Last: San Diego (10/19/01) 15, CS Full (10/30/01) 1, Five times Last: San Francisco (11/15/02) 5, St. Mary’s (11/22/02) 5, Three times Last: St. Mary’s (11/22/02)

O

Y

O

L

A

Played in all 25 matches for LMU, starting 18...totalled a career-high 10 kills in a 3-1 victory over Cal State Fullerton (Oct. 30), posting a .348 attack percentage ...also had her first collegiate double-double versus Fullerton with a career-high 15 digs...provided 128 kills on the season, 1.56 per game...had 11 digs in two of the first three matches of the season, during victories over Oral Roberts (Aug. 31) and Clemson (Sept. 2)...reached double-figure dig totals six times...was third on the team in both total blocks (41) and block assists (39)...was second on the team with 23 service aces...issued at least one service ace in eight consecutive matches from Sept. 22 to Oct. 19...had at least 10 attack attempts in the final 16 matches of the season, including a careerhigh 40 versus San Francisco (Oct. 13)...came up with at least one block in 15 of the final 16 matches of the season, including 11 during a three-match stretch versus Pepperdine, Santa Clara and San Francisco (Oct. 6-13).

Personal Jody Jean Carlson was born in Westminster, CA on Sept. 20, 1982…the daughter of Laurence and Jean Carlson…has three brothers, Mac, Luke and Clay…names pizza as her favorite food…enjoys going to the beach in her spare time…was also recruited by New Mexico State and San Francisco…a liberal studies major, with plans of becoming a teacher.

Carlson’s Career Statistics

M

Year

MP/GP

Att

Kills

Err

Pct

Ast

SA

SE

RE

Digs

BS

BA

TB

2001

25/82

390

128

71

.146

40

23

15

8

161

2

39

41

12

2002

24/81

358

142

64

.218

21

1

6

4

29

3

47

50

2

Total

49/163

748

270

135

.180

61

24

21

12

190

5

86

91

14

O

L

A

R

Y

M

O

U

N

T

V

L

E

Y

B

A

L

BE

L


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Di n a De Be r n a rd i 2001 - Freshman

DeBernardi earned honorable mention All-WCC as a freshman...led team in both block solos (24) and total blocks (69), and in attack percentage (.314)...her attack percentage for the season ranked third in the Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Middle Blocker conference...was third on the Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-0 team in both kills (258) and attacks (599)...did not post less Experience . . . . . . .1-year letterwinner- redshirt than eight kills in her first 17 Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Scottsdale, AZ career matches...amassed doubleHigh School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Horizon HS digit kill totals in 18 of 25 matches, including two streaks of six or Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 8, 1983 more...one of only eight athletes Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Phoenix, AZ in the conference to average more than 0.75 blocks per game...had more than four blocks in three of last six matches of the season...named to the Colorado PowerBar Invitational All-Tournament Team, while recording a season-high 17 kills versus Clemson (Sept. 2)...also was a member of the 2001 LMU Volleyball Classic All-Tournament Team with 34 kills in three matches...posted an outstanding .647 hitting percentage versus Pepperdine on Sept. 29, with 11 kills on 17 attempts, without an error.

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Briefly Dina DeBernardi will begin her third season at LMU, but just her second of eligibilty…a very physical athlete and a good jumper…has very refined skills at the net...plays at a very high level and always finds a way to be successful...before her injury, was emerging as the Lions’ best player... a dominant force during the Spring.…an intimidating presence at the net...among team leaders in virtually every category.

High School DeBernardi is a 2001 graduate of Horizon High School in Scottsdale, AZ…a two-sport athlete, earned three varsity letters in both volleyball and basketball…was a two-time all-city and all-conference basketball player…captained her freshman and senior volleyball teams…was a two-time allcity, all-area and all-conference volleyball pick…named first-team all-region and all-state as a senior…was voted most improved in 1999 and 2000…prep volleyball coach was Ron Strauch.

At LMU 2002 Sustained a season-ending elbow injury and received a medical red-shirt…in a 3-0 win over Colorado on Sept. 7, had the fifth highest hitting percentage in school history (.833, 10-0-12), setting a sophomore class record, previously held by former All-American Sarah Noriega (.765) in 1995…averaged 1.95 kpg, while leading the team with a .341 hitting percentage…had a season-high 10 kills against the Buffalo…was named to the LMU Volleyball Invitational All-Tournament team.

Personal Dina Rafaela DeBernardi was born in Phoenix, AZ on July 8, 1983…the daughter of Duke and Ulda DeBernardi…has one brother, Dino…lists hanging out with friends and shopping as her hobbies…names her favorite vacation spot as Cancun, Mexico…a finance major with a minor in Spanish.

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Sophomore

Krista Houseman begins her second year at LMU…will be an imposing figure at the net as the tallest Lion on this year’s squad…along with playing at the net, she has very good back row skills as well…an aggressive defender, blocks extremely well…a player with tremendous potential...started at times last year and is steadily improving...one of the most versatile LMU hitters...can play both the left and right sides, as well as the middle.

Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Outside Hitter Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-3 Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-year letterwinner Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brentwood, CA High School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Liberty HS Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .March 12, 1984

At LMU 2002 - Freshman

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Appeared in 65 games as a freshman, averaging 1.42 kills per game…recorded a careerhigh eight kills on four occasions (vs. Maryland – Sept. 14; vs. UC Santa Barbara - Oct. 8; vs. Saint Mary’s – Oct. 26; vs. Portland – Nov. 2)…posted an .875 hitting percentage (7-0-8) against Gonzaga on Oct. 5…attempted a career-high 26 attempts against the Gauchos…had 39 blocks on the season, including six against both Gonzaga (Nov. 1) and San Diego (Nov. 23).

High School Houseman is a 2002 graduate of Liberty High School in Brentwood, CA…a two sport athlete, earned three varsity letters in volleyball and one in basketball…a two-time all-city and all-area selection in volleyball...earned All-Bay Valley Athletic League twice in volleyball and once in basketball…served as team captain during her senior campaign…prep volleyball coach was Linda Ghilarducci.

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Personal Krista Dailey Houseman was born in Walnut Creek, CA on March 12, 1984…the daughter of Randy and Kathi Houseman…has one brother, Gerald…lists playing volleyball and basketball as her hobbies…her favorite vacation spot is Hawaii…was also recruited by Utah and Miami (Fla.)…a liberal arts major with plans of becoming an elementary teacher.

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Mi c h e l l e L o o k High School Look is a 2002 graduate of Punahou Schools in Honolulu, HI…a two-sport athlete, earning varsity letters in both volleyball and track…was a four-time all-city selection, while serving as team’s captain as a senior…was also a four-time all-state selection ...named to the all-tournament team, while leading her team to the state championship in 2000... returned to the state tournament as a senior, being named the co-player of the year...four-time AllInterscholastic League of Hawaii…prep volleyball coach was Diana McKibbon.

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Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Outside Hitter Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-10 Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-year letterwinner Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kailua, HI High School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Punahou Schools Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Feb. 24, 1984 Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Honolulu, HI

Personal Michelle Jessica Look was born in Honolulu, HI on Feb. 24, 1984…the daughter of Michael and Sarah Look...has two brothers, David and Nathan…David played volleyball at Stanford from 1985-89...lists surfing, sports, cars and motorcycles and shopping as her hobbies…names her favorite vacation spot as Tahiti...played against teammates Kealani Kimball and Courtney Chai in high school…a psychology major.

Briefly Michelle Look begins her second year at LMU…she is a good jumper…has very refined volleyball skills, with a great deal of experience as a prep…will be an asset for the Lions on the court…brings an aggressive and animated style of play to the team…Lions look for a lot of good things out of her in the future as she continues to improve her strength..

At LMU 2002 - Freshman Became a starter as a freshman, as one of only four Lions to average more than two kills per game (2.02)…totaled 40 kills in the final three matches of the year, including a season-high 16 versus No. 11 Santa Clara on Nov. 16…also had 10 digs and four blocks against the Broncos…recorded four doubledoubles during the season…posted 10 or more digs eight times, including a season-high 17 at San Diego State (Sept. 25)…had first career kills against Oklahoma on Aug. 31, reaching double digits eight times…had a career-high 44 attempts against Saint Mary’s (Nov. 22).

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Ti f f i n y Se l f her team to an undefeated senior year, winning the Trans Valley League...named the TVL MVP, while winning the scholar-athlete of the year...most valuable female athlete at Hughson HS...team captain of team as a senior...all-district and all-conference performer, while earning the coaches award.

Briefly Tiffiny Self begins her second year at LMU…has improved a great deal since her freshman year... played quite well throughout the Spring and should be able to make a difference in the back row this Fall.

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At LMU 2002 - Freshman

Tiffiny Sue Self was born in Modesto, CA on March 23, 1984…the daughter of Randy and Karla Self...father played baseball at Merced College and UC Santa Barbara…has two older brothers, Josh and Colby, both of whom played baseball at USC...was also recruited by Fresno State and San Francisco…chose LMU because of its location and successful volleyball program…a business administration major.

Appeared in four matches, totaling 16 games…had a career-high six digs against Saint Mary’s on Nov. 22…came up with a pair of service aces versus No. 11 Santa Clara on Nov. 16, along with three digs and a block.

High School Self is a 2002 graduate of Hughson High School in Hughson, CA…a two sport athlete, earned three varsity letters in volleyball and two in softball…led

4 Freshman Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Setter Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-8 Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . .High School Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . .La Canada, CA High School . . . .Flintridge Sacred Heart Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 3, 1985 Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . .La Canada, CA

21 Sophomore Position . . . . . . . . . . . .Defensive Specialist Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-9 Experience . . . . . . . .1-year letterwinner Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hughson, CA High School . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hughson HS Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . .March 23, 1984 Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Modesto, CA

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Kacey Knauf Sportsmanship Award...played for the Santa Monica Beach Volleyball Club...high school coach was Nancy Tinkham.

Briefly Kacey Knauf begins her first year at LMU…is an outstanding athlete and has the potential to help the team immediately...one of the best entering freshman LMU has ever had at the setter position ...will certainly be competing for the starting job.

Personal Kacey Ann Knauf was born in La Canada, CA on July 3, 1985…the daughter of William and Sherry Knauf...has two older brothers, James and Richard...James plays football at Cal Poly, while Richard plays both football and rugby at SMU...was also recruited by UC Santa Barbara and Santa Clara …chose LMU because of its location and successful volleyball program…a business major, with hopes of working in sports management.

High School Knauf is a 2003 graduate of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in La Canada, CA…a three-year letter winner, serving as team captain during senior campaign...named first-team All-CIF and All-Mission League three times…also named Glendale News Press and Sport Chalet athlete of the week...was also named all-area three times…member of the National Honor Society...multiple time AllAcademic award winner...was a finalist for the CIF

Catherine Svorinich Briefly

earning titles at the Bay League, Long Beach and Mt. Sac Relays.

Cat Svorinich begins her first year at LMU…is a setter turned defensive specialist...very athletic and could help the Lions at either position...at some point, will be a factor for LMU in the back row and it could quite possibly be her freshman year.

Personal Catherine Marie Svorinich was born in San Pedro, CA on Jan. 12, 1985…the daughter of Joseph and Beverly Svorinich...father played collegiate badminton...has two older brothers, Nicholas, who also attended LMU, and Joseph...a liberal studies major, who wants to become a teacher.

High School Svorinich is a 2003 graduate of Palos Verdes Peninsula High School in Rolling Hills Estates, CA...a three-year letterwinner...served as team captain as both a junior and senior...named All-CIF Southern Section 1A...also named All-Bay League twice...an honor roll student, who was named team’s best defensive player in 2003...high school coach was Mike Jagd...also ran track for three years,

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Courtnay Leonard Briefly

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Courtnay Leonard begins her first year at LMU… will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact at libero...is extremely quick with good hands and passes the ball well from the back row...will definitely be in the hunt as the starting libero.

Courtnay Taylor Leonard was born in San Jose, CA on June 17, 1985…the daughter of Peter and Saundra Leonard...father played tennis at Santa Clara...a business administration major.

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Leonard is a 2003 graduate of Archbishop Mitty High School in San Jose, CA…voted the top senior libero in the state of California by Student Sport Magazine...a four-year letterwinner...served as team captain during senior season...earned All-NorCal and All-WCAL during prep career...high school coach was Brett Cezar.

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captain as a junior and senior...Press Democrat Athlete of the Week in 2002...was named Analy High School Athlete of the Year...high school coaches were Tim Forslund and Nancy Williams.

Briefly Sandy Krone begins her first year at LMU…a very versatile athlete, who can play on both the right and left side...has great ball control for such a young front-row player...can hit a variety of shots and has the potential to be an outstanding collegiate outside hitter.

Freshman Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Outside Hitter Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-0 Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . .High School Hometown . . . . . . . . . . . .Sabastopol, CA High School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Analy HS Birthdate . . . . . . . . . . . .March 12, 1985 Birthplace . . . . . . . . . . . .Santa Rosa, CA

Krone is a 2003 graduate of Analy High School in Sebastopol, CA…named first-team All-CIF...fouryear varsity letter-winner, while earning first-team All-Sonoma County League honors three times...led her team to a pair of North Coast Sectional titles in 2000 and 2002...was the team

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Jania Nicole Motton was born in Fresno, CA on Jan. 17, 1985…the daughter of Doug and Susan Motton...father played basketball at Taft College, while mother also played collegiate basketball...has a younger brother, Jordan...was also recruited by Long Beach State, Santa Clara, San Diego and Miami…chose LMU because of its location, the coaches and successful volleyball program…a television production major, with hopes of being a producer or publicist.

Motton is a 2003 graduate of Liberty High School in Bakersfield, CA…named California Senior of the Year and an All-American by Student Sport Magazine...named the MVP of the Clovis Invitational and the Power Bar West Regional Athlete of the Week...also named to the California Challenge All-Tournament team and the MVP of the Southeast Yosemite League...was a three-time All-City and Kern County selection...All-Area

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Player of the Year...first-team All-CIF Central Section and MVP...Jockey Club Athlete of the Month as a sophomore, junior and senior...National West Regional Athlete of the week...high school coach was Leandrea Slayton...also ran track for two seasons and played basketball for one.

Jania Motton begins her first year at LMU…brings a number of accolades to LMU after being an outstanding prep player...is a tremendous athlete with the potential of playing all three front-row positions...could make an immediate impact on the team.

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T RAINING FACILITIES Strength & Conditioning

With the addition of the $20-million Burns Recreation Center and state-ofthe-art athletic facilities of Gersten Pavilion, Loyola Marymount University offers one of the most extensive strength and conditioning programs in the West Coast Conference. Students have access to the 8,000 square foot weight and fitness training facility within the Burns Recreation Center that opened in August of 2000. In addition, student-athletes are given the opportunity to specialized programs developed by LMU’s Strength and Conditioning Coach Chris Rounds. Rounds has developed goals for the student-athletes that implements a program that will develop each athlete. The development is focused to enhance each athlete so that he or she may reach his or her athletic potential through proper training in strength, conditioning, flexibility, agility, nutrition and rest. The program assesses each athlete’s strengths and weaknesses in

Athletic Training

The Loyola Marymount Athletic Training Center is one of the busiest places within the athletic facilities at LMU, servicing the needs of 17 varsity sports and more than 300 student-athletes. In addition to providing the best care available in the nation to LMU athletes, the training program services the needs of its opponents in a first class manner and provides an opportunity for students in the field of athletic training to earn valuable experience. The training program is committed to providing the highest quality sports medicine services to the student-athletes of Loyola Marymount University. The program is committed to using available technology in the delivery of services and the continuous upgrading of equipment used in the delivery of sports medicine services to assure student-athletes the most modern care available in the nation. The program strives to be recognized for its excellence in care and prevention of athletic injuries. With more than 25 years of experience in the field, the training program has three full-time staff members and 15 student athletic trainers to provide services to the student-athletes. Those include access to sports medicine services for student-athletes, a philosophy that places a high value on health and wellness, a program that allows injured student-athletes to return to their sport as soon as medically safe and to substantially reduce the risk of athletic injury for those student-athletes. The training center at LMU features state-of-the-art equipment in a 1,000-square foot sports medicine complex. The equipment includes whirlpools, paraffin bath, ultrasound, muscle stimulation and hydrocalators.

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those areas and customizes each program to meet individual needs. With the program in place, Rounds works with the athlete and the coaches to give specialized individual attention to ensure proper growth for the sport and the student-athlete. Every workout is supervised with daily attention given to the athlete to ensure that everyone progresses at the maximum rate. Each workout is documented to assure progression. The programs are also designed to limit injury to the studentathletes while on the playing field. Athletes are often affected with minor injuries that limit participation. The program developed by Rounds has special equipment and protocols in place to ensure that the injured athlete continues to train so that deconditioning does not take place. This will allow for a more rapid return to full participation. In addition, the programs developed have been designed with the student in mind. Time is always an issue with students and the workouts have been designed to be very intense but short in duration to allow more time for academics.

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36 - 2002 Season Review 37 - 2002 Results / Statistics 4 0 - We s t C o a s t C o n f e r e n c e 42 - Lion Honor Roll 43 - All-Time Roster 4 4 - Ye a r - B y - Ye a r 47 - Series Records Program Records 48 - Season Records 49 - Career Records 50 - Match Records Records By Class 51 - Match Records By Games


2002: A YEAR IN REVIEW Lions Win 11 of their first 14 games of the season.

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he Loyola Marymount volleyball team battled its way to a 15-12 record during the 2002 season for the program’s 13th straight winning campaign. The Lions opened the season winning the LMU Classic, downing a pair of teams listed in the USA Today/AVCA Top 25. The Lions beat both Notre Dame and Colorado to win the title. The Lions played a total of nine teams that were listed in the poll during the season. It was the Lions’ second Classic title in the past three seasons. Junior middle blocker Kealani Kimball was named the tournament’s most valuable player, while senior outside hitter Kristen Gallup and junior Tiana Newsome joined her on the all-tournament team. At 11-3, LMU began receiving votes in the AVCA Poll, but after injuries decimated the team, the Lion dropped nine of their 12 matches. Despite the struggles, the Lions posted three athletes on the All-West Coast Conference team. Kimball and Newsome earned first-team all-conference honors. It was the second consecutive season that Kimball was named to the 12-member first team, while it is the first league honor for Newsome. Gallup, who earned first-team honors in 2001, was named honorable mention. Newsome became the most dominant blocker in school history during 2002. Against Gonzaga on Nov. 1, Newsome set a school record with 16 total blocks in just four games. In the same match, she had 13 block assists, which also set the four-game school record. Both totals tied Cathy Petrissans’ school records set in a five-game match against Nevada on Oct. 19, 1985. Newsome also set the single-season school record with 40 solo blocks and 144 total blocks. As a freshman, Newsome led the conference with 1.46 blocks per game, set-

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ting another school record. In 2002, she 2002 Loyola Marymount once again led the team and was second in Player Honors the conference with 1.44 blocks per game. Her block total was the 18th best in the First-Team All-West Coast Conference nation. Kealani Kimball For their efforts both Newsome and Tiana Newsome Gallup were named LMU Athletes of the Month. Each month during the academic All-West Coast Conference Honorable Mention calendar, the student-athlete advisory comKristen Gallup mittee (S.A.A.C.) chooses a male and female student-athlete of the month whose LMU Volleyball Invite All-Tournament Team performance best represents the traditions Dina DeBernardi of the University. During the volleyball seaKristen Gallup son, Gallup was chosen for the month of September, while Newsome earned the LMU Volleyball Classic All-Tournament Team honor in November. Kealani Kimball (MVP) Gallup was also named the West Coast Kristen Gallup Conference player of the week on Sept. 23. Tiana Newsome In a pair of 3-0 victories over Cal State Fullerton and Idaho State, Gallup averaged Terrapin Invite All-Tournament Team 6.33 points per game. In the six games, she Kealani Kimball averaged 5.50 kills, 3.67 digs and posted a Kristen Gallup .431 hitting percentage. The Lions finished in a fourth place tie with Saint Mary’s in the conference stand- West Coast Conference Player of the Week Kristen Gallup (Sept. 23) ings with a 6-8 record, marking the first time in head coach Steve Stratos’ 13-year LMU Female Athlete of the Month tenure that the Lions ended the league slate Kristen Gallup (Sept.) with a losing effort. Tiana Newsome (Nov.) LMU did pick up its 400th victory in program history with its second victory of West Coast Conference All-Academic the season over San Francisco, on Nov. 15. Volleyball Team Gallup led the Lions with a match-high 19 Laura Gustorf kills, while Kimball (13), Newsome (12) Kealani Kimball and Jody Carlson (11) also reached doubleMegan Wooton digit kill totals. Carlson hit a team-high .500, committing just one error on 20 swings. The Lions earned a dominating 30DeBernardi were named to the all-tourna15, 30-23, 30-18 victory over San Francisco ment team. at War Memorial Gym, Oct 19. Stratos concluded his 13th year at the Prior to winning the LMU Classic, the helm of the Lion women’s volleyball proLions dropped the championship tilt of the gram. He has posted a career total of 262LMU Invitational. The Lions fell 3-0 to the 123, for a .681 winning percentage, the Duke Blue Devils. LMU started the season highest in LMU volleyball history and secdowning Bradley and Oklahoma by identiond among current WCC coaches. In cal 3-0 scores. For the third straight match, league action, he owns a record of 132-50, Gallup led the Lions, with a game-high 19 for a .725 winning percentage. With 132 kills on 56 attempts against Duke. She also career conference victories, Stratos ranks had a match-high 18 digs, while Kimball second among current WCC coaches. added 13 digs. Gallup and sophomore Dina

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2002 R ESULTS RECORD: ALL MATCHES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

Date Opponent Aug 30, 2002 BRADLEY Aug 31, 2002 OKLAHOMA Aug 31, 2002 DUKE Sep 06, 2002 NOTRE DAME Sep 07, 2002 SAINT LOUIS Sep 07, 2002 COLORADO Sep 13, 2002 vs Boston College Sep 14, 2002 vs Indiana Sep 14, 2002 at Maryland Sep 18, 2002 CAL STATE FULLERTON Sep 21, 2002 IDAHO STATE Sep 25, 2002 at San Diego State * Oct 04, 2002 PORTLAND * Oct 05, 2002 GONZAGA Oct 08, 2002 at UC Santa Barbara * Oct 12, 2002 # PEPPERDINE * Oct 18, 2002 at Santa Clara * Oct 19, 2002 at Univ. San Francisco * Oct 25, 2002 SAN DIEGO * Oct 26, 2002 SAINT MARY'S * Nov 01, 2002 at GONZAGA BULLDOGS * Nov 02, 2002 at Portland * Nov 09, 2002 at Pepperdine * Nov 15, 2002 SAN FRANCISCO * Nov 16, 2002 SANTA CLARA * Nov 22, 2002 at Saint Mary's * Nov 23, 2002 at San Diego * - West Coast Conference Match

INDIVIDUAL M AT C H H I G H S Attack Percentage (min. 10 kills) . . . . . . .833 .588 .571 .533 .526

Kills 26, 5g 26, 5g 26, 4g 25, 5g 23, 5g

DeBERNARDI, Dina vs Colorado (9/7) KIMBALL, Kealani vs Boston College (9/13) NEWSOME, Tiana at Portland (11/2) KIMBALL, Kealani at Indiana (9/14) KIMBALL, Kealani vs Portland (10/4)

.............................. GALLUP, Kristen at Indiana (9/14) GALLUP, Kristen at Maryland (9/14) GALLUP, Kristen vs Notre Dame (9/6) GALLUP, Kristen vs Santa Clara (11/16) GALLUP, Kristen at San Diego State (9/25)

OVERALL (15-12) ( 6-8 ) ( 9-4 )

Score/Outcome W 3-0 W 3-0 0-3 L W 3-1 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 2-3 L 2-3 L W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-0 1-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 L W 3-0 0-3 L W 3-1 W 3-1 1-3 L 0-3 L W 3-1 2-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L

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29, 5g 24, 5g 21, 4g 18, 3g 18, 5g

DIMSON, Jacene at Maryland (9/14) GALLUP, Kristen at Maryland (9/14) GALLUP, Kristen at Saint Mary's (11/22) GALLUP, Kristen vs DUKE (8/31) DIMSON, Jacene at Indiana (9/14)

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Score-by-game 30-22,30-22,30-18 30-25,30-20,30-20 27-30,27-30,27-30 26-30,30-16,30-23,30-24 27-30,21-30,30-20,30-22,15-8 30-22,30-27,30-18 30-14,30-22,30-22 28-30,30-28,28-30,30-16,10-15 30-20,30-32,30-25,21-30,12-15 30-21,30-19,30-22 30-21,30-17,30-23 30-28,30-19,26-30,24-30,16-14 30-26,30-25,30-23 30-14,30-19,30-14 30-28,22-30,28-30,23-30 30-28,22-30,23-30,16-30 30-28,23-30,20-30,23-30 30-15,30-23,30-18 23-30,22-30,29-31 26-30,30-21,30-24,30-21 26-30,30-21,30-23,38-36 29-31,32-30,24-30,31-33 18-30,24-30,15-30 25-30,30-26,30-20,30-21 31-29,21-30,34-32,27-30,12-15 30-27,29-31,23-30,22-30 28-30,23-30,15-30

Overall 1-0 2-0 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 7-3 8-3 9-3 10-3 11-3 11-4 11-5 11-6 12-6 12-7 13-7 14-7 14-8 14-9 15-9 15-10 15-11 15-12

Time 1:21 1:59 1:45 2:05 2:23 1:30 1:18 2:09 2:30 1:30 1:29 2:18 1:30 1:21 2:10 2:00 2:13 1:16 1:35 2:00 2:06 2:10 1:25 1:53 2:39 2:15 1:35

Attend 387 127 241 352 222 402 77 132 125 209 234 229 276 241 323 508 516 172 374 225 170 187 638 171 250 536 620

Total Attacks (games) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216 214 196 194 188

GUSTORF, Laura vs Idaho State (9/21) RIDLEY, Nicole vs Gonzaga (10/5) KIMBALL, Kealani vs CS Fullerton (9/18) RIDLEY, Nicole vs Oklahoma (8/31) KIMBALL, Kealani vs Portland (10/4)

(76-32-216) 5g (62-39-214) 4g (72-21-196) 5g (71-24-194) 5g (66-28-188) 4g

vs Santa Clara (11/16) at Saint Mary's (11/22) at Maryland (9/14) at Indiana (9/14) at Gonzaga (11/1)

Total Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Assists (games)

16 11 10 9 9 8 7 7 7 7

71 (5g) . . . . . . . . . . . .vs Santa Clara (11/16) 65 (5g) . . . . . . . . . .at San Diego State (9/25) 65 (5g) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Indiana (9/14) 65 (5g) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Maryland (9/14) 62 (4g) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Portland (11/2)

NEWSOME, Tiana at Gonzaga (11/1) NEWSOME, Tiana at San Diego State (9/25) NEWSOME, Tiana at Maryland 9/14) KIMBALL, Kealani vs Colorado (9/7) GALLUP, Kristen at Gonzaga (11/1) NEWSOME, Tiana vs Saint Mary's (Oct 26) KIMBALL, Kealani at Saint Mary's (Nov 22) NEWSOME, Tiana vs Boston College (9/13) NEWSOME, Tiana at Indiana (9/14) NEWSOME, Tiana at Santa Clara (10/18)

.398 .389 .369 .350 .349

Digs (games) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 (5g) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Maryland (9/14) 88 (5g) . . . . . . . . . . . .vs Santa Clara (11/16) 79 (4g) . . . . . . . . . . .at Saint Mary's (11/22) 75 (5g) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Indiana (9/14) 71 (4g) . . . . . . . . . . . . .vs Notre Dame (9/6)

Service Aces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 13 9 9 9

(53-10-108) (51- 9-108) (46- 8-103) (47-11-103) (43-14- 83)

vs Idaho State (9/21) at San Francisco (10/19) vs Gonzaga (10/5) vs Boston College (9/13) vs Oklahoma (8/31)

76 72 72 72 71

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vs Santa Clara (11/16) at Maryland (9/14) at San Diego State (9/25) at Portland (11/2) at Indiana (9/14)

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Conf 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 3-3 4-3 5-3 5-4 5-5 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-8

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CHAI, Courtney vs Santa Clara (11/16) RIDLEY, Nicole at San Diego State (9/25) CHAI, Courtney vs San Francisco (11/15) RIDLEY, Nicole at UC Santa Barbara (10/8) CHAI, Courtney at Saint Mary's (11/22)

Digs

NEUTRAL ( 1-1 ) ( 0-0 ) ( 1-1 )

TEAM M AT C H H I G H S

GALLUP, Kristen vs Notre Dame (9/6) GALLUP, Kristen at Maryland (9/14) GALLUP, Kristen at Indiana (9/14) GALLUP, Kristen at UC Santa Barbara 10/8) GALLUP, Kristen vs Santa Clara (11/16)

Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63, 5g 52, 5g 52, 4g 50, 4g 45, 4g

AWAY ( 3-7 ) ( 2-5 ) ( 1-2 )

Service Aces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Total Attacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75, 4g 75, 5g 69, 5g 68, 4g 67, 5g

HOME (11-4 ) ( 4-3 ) ( 7-1 )

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2002 S TATISTICS OVERALL ATTACK SET G K K/Gm E TA Pct A No. Name 1 DeBERNARDI, Dina 21 41 1.95 10 91 .341 9 15 WOOTON, Megan 67 19 0.28 4 47 .319 365 11 NEWSOME, Tiana 100 225 2.25 66 507 .314 4 18 KIMBALL, Kealani 100 281 2.81 76 670 .306 21 4 RIDLEY, Nicole 73 29 0.40 7 72 .306 576 13 GALLUP, Kristen 100 451 4.51 162 1285 .225 27 19 CARLSON, Jody 81 142 1.75 64 358 .218 21 5 HOUSEMAN, Krista 65 92 1.42 44 249 .193 14 20 LOOK, Michelle 84 170 2.02 98 490 .147 11 8 ORSINI, Roxanne 29 23 0.79 12 84 .131 6 10 GUSTORF, Laura 73 7 0.10 5 17 .118 10 12 CHAI, Courtney 28 7 0.25 7 33 .000 252 6 NERISON, Kelli 8 2 0.25 3 8 -.125 1 3 DIMSON, Jacene 58 1 0.02 2 4 -.250 8 17 SAMSON, Elizabeth 54 0 0.00 1 3 -.333 12 16 0 0.00 1 2 -.500 0 21 SELF, Tiffiny LOYOLA MARYMOUNT 100 1490 14.90 562 3920 .237 1337 Opponents 100 1454 14.54 655 3982 .201 1290 OVERALL SERVE DIG BLOCKING SA SA/Gm RE DIG Dig/Gm BS BA Total No. Name 1 DeBERNARDI, Dina 1 0.05 0 8 0.38 3 7 10 15 WOOTON, Megan 9 0.13 1 83 1.24 0 1 1 11 NEWSOME, Tiana 10 0.10 1 50 0.50 40 104 144 18 KIMBALL, Kealani. 24 0.24 24 219 2.19 26 68 94 4 RIDLEY, Nicole 21 0.29 1 101 1.38 2 9 11 13 GALLUP, Kristen 26 0.26 29 300 3.00 11 51 62 19 CARLSON, Jody 1 0.01 4 29 0.36 3 47 50 5 HOUSEMAN, Krista 4 0.06 1 24 0.37 4 35 39 20 LOOK, Michelle 18 0.21 27 198 2.36 3 25 28 8 ORSINI, Roxanne 1 0.03 6 33 1.14 0 5 5 10 GUSTORF, Laura 13 0.18 16 151 2.07 0 2 2 12 CHAI, Courtney 7 0.25 2 39 1.39 1 5 6 6 NERISON, Kelli 2 0.25 0 1 0.12 0 2 2 3 DIMSON, Jacene 0 0.00 15 173 2.98 0 0 0 17 SAMSON, Elizabeth 7 0.13 2 83 1.54 0 0 0 21 SELF, Tiffiny 2 0.12 0 13 0.81 0 1 1 TEAM 4 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT 146 1.46 133 1505 15.05 93 362 274.0 Opponents 133 1.33 146 1570 15.70 69 264 201.0

Tournaments

Second Place LMU Volleyball Invitational First Place LMU Volleyball Classic Third Place Terrapin Invitational

Kristen Gallup

LMU Volleyball Invitational All-Tournament LMU Volleyball Classic All-Tournament Terrapin Invitational All-Tournament WCC Player of the Week - Sept. 23 All-WCC Honorable Mention LMU Female Athlete of the Month (Sept.)

Kealani Kimball

LMU Volleyball Classic All-Tournament (MVP) Terrapin Invitational All-Tournament All-WCC First Team

Tiana Newsome

LMU Volleyball Classic All-Tournament All-WCC First Team LMU Female Athlete of the Month (Nov.)

Dina DeBernardi

LMU Volleyball Invitational All-Tournament

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B/Gm 0.48 0.01 1.44 0.94 0.15 0.62 0.62 0.60 0.33 0.17 0.03 0.21 0.25 0.00 0.00 0.06 2.74 2.01

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A/Gm 0.43 5.45 0.04 0.21 7.89 0.27 0.26 0.22 0.13 0.21 0.14 9.00 0.12 0.14 0.22 0.00 13.37 12.90

CONFERENCE ATTACK G K K/Gm 29 4 0.14 51 126 2.47 51 148 2.90 24 14 0.58 51 221 4.33 41 79 1.93 38 61 1.61 43 95 2.21 10 13 1.30 41 3 0.07 27 7 0.26 5 2 0.40 17 0 0.00 39 0 0.00 16 0 0.00 51 773 15.16 51 797 15.63 CONFERENCE SERVE DIG SA SA/Gm RE DIG 0 0.00 1 38 4 0.08 1 17 13 0.25 15 119 10 0.42 0 29 12 0.24 19 149 1 0.02 4 14 1 0.03 1 11 12 0.28 10 91 1 0.10 4 24 4 0.10 13 93 7 0.26 2 39 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 2 44 6 0.15 2 75 2 0.12 0 13 2 73 1.43 76 756 76 1.49 73 838

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Rank Team Points 1 USC (65) 1625 2 Stanford 1558 3 Hawai'i 1466 4 Florida 1452 5 Nebraska 1372 6 Pepperdine 1264 7 Washington State 1184 8 UC Santa Barbara 1130 9 Northern Iowa 1116 10 Arizona 1066 11 Minnesota 1014 12 North Carolina 892 13 Ohio State 811 14 Long Beach State 645 15 UCLA 570 16 Penn State 557 17 Georgia Tech 509 18 Wisconsin 455 19 Santa Clara 350 20 Missouri 333 21 Kansas State 291 22 Michigan State 288 23 Miami, Fla. 265 24 Eastern Washington 251 25 Temple 196 2002 Opponents in Bold

Record 31-1 32-5 34-2 34-3 31-2 26-7 24-8 30-3 34-3 20-12 32-6 32-4 21-11 28-4 20-14 25-8 33-6 24-9 24-7 26-8 21-9 21-12 27-6 29-2 29-7

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2 38 44 1 85 28 26 65 8 3 7 3 1 1 1 313 320

18 290 378 30 639 190 164 274 50 8 33 7 2 3 2 2088 2075

.111 .303 .275 .433 .213 .268 .213 .109 .100 .000 .000 -.143 -.500 -.333 -.500 .220 .230

158 1 8 208 8 11 11 3 2 7 252 0 5 12 0 686 712

5.45 0.02 0.16 8.67 0.16 0.27 0.29 0.07 0.20 0.17 9.33 0.00 0.29 0.31 0.00 13.45 13.96

BLOCKING Dig/Gm BS BA Total B/Gm 1.31 0.33 2.33 1.21 2.92 0.34 0.29 2.12 2.40 2.27 1.44 0.00 2.59 1.92 0.81

0 20 12 1 7 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 57 36 1 25 27 24 13 1 2 5 2 0 0 1

0 77 48 2 32 28 26 14 1 2 6 2 0 0 1

0.00 1.51 0.94 0.08 0.63 0.68 0.68 0.33 0.10 0.05 0.22 0.40 0.00 0.00 0.06

14.82 16.43

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142.0 2.78 104.5 2.05

Fi n a l 2 0 0 2 N C A A Division I Statistics Individual Block Average t18. Tiana Newsome

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T EAM M ATCH -B Y-M ATCH Opponent BRADLEY OKLAHOMA DUKE NOTRE DAME SAINT LOUIS COLORADO Boston College Indiana Maryland CS FULLERTON IDAHO STATE San Diego State PORTLAND GONZAGA UC Santa Barbara PEPPERDINE Santa Clara San Francisco SAN DIEGO SAINT MARY'S GONZAGA Portland Pepperdine SAN FRANCISCO SANTA CLARA Saint Mary's San Diego Totals

Score 3-0 3-0 0-3 3-1 3-2 3-0 3-0 2-3 2-3 3-0 3-0 3-2 3-0 3-0 1-3 1-3 1-3 3-0 0-3 3-1 3-1 1-3 0-3 3-1 2-3 1-3 0-3 56-44

GP 3 3 3 4 5 3 3 5 5 3 3 5 3 3 4 4 4 3 3 4 4 4 3 4 5 4 3 100

Kills 45/33 43/31 43/42 54/51 56/53 46/46 47/31 71/81 72/82 48/30 53/34 72/73 49/33 46/25 67/70 58/68 61/86 51/35 38/58 61/49 66/67 72/79 26/42 65/51 76/86 62/65 42/53 1490/1454

Errors 15/22 14/11 27/19 22/33 27/27 12/27 11/24 24/38 21/35 14/28 10/15 25/36 14/13 8/18 27/20 23/19 21/23 9/21 15/21 24/31 28/38 23/23 28/18 26/26 32/30 39/28 23/11 562/655

TA 98/88 83/81 147/142 162/170 178/168 100/123 103/118 194/208 196/227 100/118 108/102 176/186 106/94 103/96 187/176 162/150 173/179 108/118 128/147 134/161 188/194 185/186 105/103 153/139 216/214 214/185 113/109 3920/3982

Hit Pct .306/ .125 .349/ .247 .109/ .162 .198/ .106 .163/ .155 .340/ .154 .350/ .059 .242/ .207 .260/ .207 .340/ .017 .398/ .186 .267/ .199 .330/ .213 .369/ .073 .214/ .284 .216/ .327 .231/ .352 .389/ .119 .180/ .252 .276/ .112 .202/ .149 .265/ .301 -.019/ .233 .255/ .180 .204/ .262 .107/ .200 .168/ .385 .237/ .201

Assists 41/28 40/28 43/36 47/40 51/47 39/36 44/30 65/74 65/75 44/24 49/31 65/68 40/30 41/22 58/61 51/64 53/80 45/30 32/49 61/44 60/60 62/77 21/36 54/38 71/78 58/59 37/45 1337/1290

SA 6/2 9/3 4/5 8/3 9/6 4/4 1/1 2/5 3/9 4/2 13/4 5/7 9/5 16/1 5/6 3/11 4/4 4/2 3/7 5/5 4/8 1/4 4/8 5/4 8/6 5/5 2/6 146/133

SE 8/5 10/13 11/9 10/11 12/10 6/8 8/13 7/14 2/8 8/10 11/6 8/9 16/12 9/5 8/8 9/9 6/8 5/4 7/8 15/16 5/11 10/13 8/9 10/12 10/9 3/6 4/8 226/254

RE 2/6 3/9 5/4 3/8 6/9 4/4 1/1 5/2 9/3 2/4 4/13 7/5 5/9 1/16 6/5 11/3 4/4 2/4 7/3 5/5 8/4 4/1 8/4 4/5 6/8 5/5 6/2 133/146

Digs 27/31 32/23 68/66 71/68 66/77 42/39 50/40 75/81 93/94 48/35 44/34 64/70 39/37 45/40 69/74 50/69 56/77 43/38 55/66 59/43 69/76 65/80 29/40 46/46 88/95 79/92 33/39 1505/1570

BS-BA 1-13/0-6 3-0/5-2 5-4/4-8 5-6/7-10 7-10/7-2 7-14/2-0 1-16/3-2 5-19/2-23 2-26 /1-19 4-8/3-4 3-5/0-0 3-32/5-17 2-4/2-2 5-8/0-2 2-15/3-16 5-11/ 3-6 0-14/1-12 0-16/1-4 5-10/2-8 11-6/2-20 4-34/3-14 0-12/1-10 1-13/2-20 4-10/2-4 4-18/3-20 4-22/1-25 0-16/4-8 93-362/69-264

BE 3/1 0/0 3/5 2/4 3/1 2/2 0/0 5/5 2/4 3/3 2/7 3/5 2/0 3/2 6/2 3/2 2/3 1/5 3/1 4/5 1/1 3/4 0/1 1/6 2/5 1/3 4/4 64/81

Total 7.5/ 3.0 3.0/ 6.0 7.0/ 8.0 8.0/ 12.0 12.0/ 8.0 14.0/ 2.0 9.0/ 4.0 14.5/ 13.5 15.0/ 10.5 8.0/ 5.0 5.5/ 0.0 19.0/ 13.5 4.0/ 3.0 9.0/ 1.0 9.5/ 11.0 10.5/ 6.0 7.0/ 7.0 8.0/ 3.0 10.0/ 6.0 14.0/ 12.0 21.0/ 10.0 6.0/ 6.0 7.5/ 12.0 9.0/ 4.0 13.0/ 13.0 15.0/ 13.5 8.0/ 8.0 274.0/201.0

BHE 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/0 2/4 0/0 3/2 1/1 4/2 0/0 0/0 5/3 0/0 0/0 2/0 0/0 0/1 4/6 0/0 0/0 2/4 3/3 0/0 0/0 0/0 3/1 2/2 31/30

Note: Match totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

I NDIVIDUAL M ATCH -B Y-M ATCH K ILLS - A CES - D IGS - B LOCKS Opponent DeBernardi BRADLEY 6-0-0-4 OKLAHOMA 7-0-1-1 DUKE 3-0-1-1 NOTRE DAME 7- 1- 5- 0 SAINT LOUIS 8- 0- 0- 1 COLORADO 10- 0- 1- 3 vs Boston College DNP vs Indiana DNP at Maryland DNP CS FULLERTON DNP IDAHO STATE DNP at San Diego State DNP PORTLAND DNP GONZAGA DNP at UC Santa Barbara DNP PEPPERDINE DNP at Santa Clara DNP at. San Francisco DNP SAN DIEGO DNP SAINT MARY'S DNP at Gonzaga DNP at Portland DNP at Pepperdine DNP SAN FRANCISCO DNP SANTA CLARA DNP at Saint Mary's DNP at San Diego DNP

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Ridley 0-0-2-1 0-3 3-0 2-1-8-0 1-2-9-0 3-2-8-0 0-0-4-0 0-0-3-0 0-0-9-0 1-1-9-0 1-0-8-0 3-0-2-1 4-0-4-5 5-1-3-0 1-4-3-2 0-2-3-2 3-2-6-0 2-1-6-0 0-0-2-0 2-1-5-0 1-1-4-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

Houseman 5-0-4-0 1-3-1-1 4-0-3-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 DNP 1-0-0-2 0-0-0-0 8-0-3-4 4-0-1-1 DNP DNP 2-0-2-2 7-0-0-0 8-0-1-5 6-0-1-2 3-0-0-1 7-0-1-2 3-0-0-1 8-0-2-3 5-1-2-6 8-0-2-1 0-0-1-1 DNP DNP 6-0-0-1 6-0-0-6

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Nerison 0-1-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0-0-1 0-0-0-1

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Orsini 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-1-0 0-0-2-0 DNP DNP 8-0-5-2 2- 0- 1- 2 0-0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 DNP DNP 1-0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP 2-1-4-0 7-0-12-0 2-0-7-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

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Gustorf 0-0-2-0 0-0-10-0 0-0-6-0 0-1-7-0 0-0-4-0 DNP 0-0-2-0 0-0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0-0 1-6-9-0 3-2-8-0 0-1-8-0 0-3-9-0 0-0-10-0 1-0-5-0 0-0-15-0 0-0-2-0 0-0-3-0 DNP 0-0-0-0 0-0-15-0 2-0-4-2 0-0-3-0 0-0-9-0 0-0-12-0 0-0-8-0

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Newsome 6-1-2-5 8-0-3-1 4-0-5-4 6-0-0-3 6-0-1-5 7-1-4-5 6-1-1-7 7-0-3-7 5-0-2-10 6-0-3-3 7-2-1-2 16-1-4-11 10-1-0-2 8-1-1-3 15-0-4-4 12-0-2-6 11-0-0-7 10-1-1-2 4-1-2-4 7-0-3-8 9-0-2-16 17-0-1-4 5-0-1-5 12-0-1-4 6-0-0-6 10-0-1-6 5-0-2-4

Chai DNP DNP 0-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-2-9-1 0-0-0-0 0-1-1-1 1-0-5-2 2-2-16-1 1-2-8-1 1-0-0-0

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T HE W EST C OAST C ONFERENCE hen the West Coast Conference first got its start back in 1952, the founders really had only one goal in mind... to create a convenient way for five Bay Area schools to play basketball. What has grown from that original vision some 50 years ago is a cohesive athletics league which is competitive at the national level in 13 sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, women’s rowing, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis and women’s volleyball. The league was chartered by five institutions (San Francisco, Saint Mary’s, Santa Clara, San Jose State and Pacific) as the California Basketball Association, playing it’s first game on Jan. 2, 1953. After two seasons of play under that name the conference expanded to include Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine in 1955, and became the “West Coast Athletic Conference” in 1956. The name was shortened in 1989. The current alignment has remained unchanged since 1979, making the WCC the third most stable conference in the nation.

Only the Ivy League and Pacific-10 Conferences have been together longer. The eight current members of the WCC span the Western Coast of the United States from Canada to Mexico. Though the locales range from the pine forests of Eastern Washington State to the sun drenched beaches of Southern California, the combined excellence in athletics and academics sets the conference apart on the national scene and draws the individual institutions together in a common mission. Women’s volleyball, one of 13 sports the West Coast Conference sponsors, was added to the WCC lineup in 1985. At least two league representatives have advanced to Division I postseason play for 11 straight seasons, including Loyola Marymount, Pepperdine, Santa Clara and San Diego. Last season, those squads finished the season with a combined 7933 (.705) overall record, advancing three to the NCAA Tournament.

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West Coast Conference

1200 Bayhill Drive, Suite 302 San Bruno, CA 94066 Phone: (650) 873-8622 Fax: (650) 873-7846 Website: www.wccsports.com

Commissioner

Michael Gilleran mgilleran@westcoast.org

Director of Communications Brad Walker bwalker@westcoast.org

Assistant Commissioner Gloria Nevarez gnevarez@westcoast.org

Assistant Commissioner Valerie Richardson vrichardson@westcoast.org

Director of Championships Kim Hay khay@westcoast.org

2002 F INAL WCC S TANDINGS WCC Matches W L 14 0 12 2 10 4 6 8 6 8 4 10 2 12 2 12

Team Pepperdine Santa Clara San Diego Loyola Marymount Saint Mary's Portland San Francisco Gonzaga

Games W 42 38 33 24 23 15 14 12

L 5 13 14 27 31 35 36 40

All Matches W L 26 6 24 7 25 8 15 12 9 18 15 15 6 25 4 24

Pct. 1.000 .857 .714 .429 .429 .286 .143 .143

2002 A LL -W EST C OAST C ONFERENCE First Team Name

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Brittanie Budinger Devon Forster Noel Frohman Lyndsey Hache’ Kealani Kimball Tiana Newsome Becky Potter Debra Robertson Paola Rodriguez Stacy Rouwenhorst Kelli Sousa Katie Wilkins

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

San Francisco San Diego San Diego Pepperdine Loyola Marymount Loyola Marymount Santa Clara San Diego Pepperdine Pepperdine Santa Clara Pepperdine

Games W 82 78 82 56 37 52 32 19

L 29 35 33 44 63 59 78 78

Pct. .812 .774 .758 .556 .333 .500 .194 .143

WCC PLAYERS 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26

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THE WEEK

Becky Potter, Santa Clara Noel Frohman, San Diego Becky Potter, Santa Clara Lyndsey Hache’, Pepperdine Heather Denison, Portland Kristen Gallup, Loyola Marymount Devon Forster, San Diego Becky Potter, Santa Clara Katie Wilkins, Pepperdine Katie Wilkins, Pepperdine Brie Harris, Pepperdine Kelli Sousa, Pepperdine Katie Wilkins, Santa Clara Brittanie Budinger, San Francisco Debra Robertson, San Diego

Honorable Mention Abbey Cullen, GON; Kristen Gallup, LMU; Brie Harris, PEP; Breegan Mulligan, PEP; Carlie Price, POR; Sara Vercruyssen, POR; Lindsey Bogason, SMC; Brooke Lowry, SMC; Stacey O’Conner, SMC; Kristen Hurst, USD; Lindsey Sherburne, USD; Becky Biniek, SCU; Chrissy Hirsch, SCU; Alyssa Lantz, SCU

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Player of the Year

Katie Wilkins, Pepperdine

Freshmen of the Year

Breegan Mulligan, Pepperdine; Lindsey Sherburne, San Diego

Defender of the Year

Carlie Price, Portland

Coach of the Year

Nina Matthies, Pepperdine

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F INAL 2002 WCC S TATISTICS I NDIVIDUAL S TATISTICS -A LL M ATCHES Attack Percentage 1. Lyndsey Hache’ 2. Stacy Rouwenhorst 3. Debra Robertson 4. Becky Potter 5. Tiana Newsome

School PEP PEP USD SCU LMU

K 565 582 749 1151 507

Pct .386 .366 .336 .336 .314

Kill Average 1. Becky Potter 2. Noel Frohman 3. Katie Wilkins 4. Brittanie Budinger 5. Kristen Gallup

School SCU USD PEP USF LMU

K 549 534 455 504 451

Avg 5.33 4.90 4.60 4.58 4.51

Assist Average 1. Kelli Sousa 2. Lindsay Sherburne 3. Paola Rodriguez 4. Brooke Lowry 5. Sheena Surplus

School SCU USD PEP SMC POR

Ast 1560 1422 871 1123 1225

Avg 14.44 13.67 12.62 11.23 11.04

Block Average 1. Stacey O’Connor 2. Tiana Newsome 3. Abby Cullen 4. Lindsey Bogoson 5. Debra Robertson

School SMC LMU GON SMC USD

Total 162.0 144.0 127.0 110.0 115.0

Avg 1.62 1.44 1.31 1.10 1.03

Ace Average 1. Katie Wilkins 2. Devon Forster 3. Kristen Hurst 4. Breegan Mulligan 4. Lindsey Bogoson

School PEP USD USD PEP SMC

Ace 43 44 38 36 36

Avg 0.43 0.40 0.36 0.36 0.36

Dig Average 1. Carlie Price 2. Christina Hinds 3. Devon Forster 4. Paola Rodriguez 5. Chrissy Hirsch

School POR PEP USD PEP SCU

D 559 343 381 240 372

Avg 5.04 3.65 3.50 3.48 3.41

G 111 113 115 100 111 100 110 97

K 1934 1956 1977 1490 1546 1385 1517 1232

TA 4567 4633 4791 3921 4284 4081 4390 3714

Pct .293 .265 .263 .237 .198 .174 .169 .139

G 111 113 115 100 111 100 110 97

K 1934 1956 1977 1490 1546 1385 1517 1232

Avg 17.42 17.31 17.19 14.90 13.93 13.85 13.79 12.70

G 100 100 97 111 115 113 110 111

BS 41 93 61 67 67 47 58 65

BA 490 362 359 377 371 388 313 288

Avg 2.86 2.74 2.48 2.30 2.20 2.13 1.95 1.88

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Ace 161 183 169 146 150 140 140 113

Avg 1.61 1.59 1.52 1.46 1.35 1.27 1.24 1.16

Dig Average 1.San Diego 2.Pepperdine 3.Santa Clara 4.Portland 5.LMU 6.Saint Mary's 7.San Francisco 8.Gonzaga

G 115 111 113 111 100 100 110 97

Dig 2057 1889 1864 1815 1504 1448 1556 1359

Avg 17.89 17.02 16.50 16.35 15.04 14.48 14.15 14.01

Ast 1806 1744 1806 1337 1413 1259 1364 1117

Avg 15.98 15.71 15.70 13.37 12.73 12.59 12.40 11.52

G 113 111 115 100 111 100 110 97

Assist Average 1.Santa Clara 2.Pepperdine 3.San Diego 4.LMU 5.Portland 6.Saint Mary's 7.San Francisco 8.Gonzaga

T EAM S TATISTICS -WCC O NLY

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Attack Percentage 1. Lyndsey Hache’ 2. Debra Robertson 3. Stacy Rouwenhorst 4. Katie Wilkins 5. Becky Biniek

School PEP USD PEP PEP SCU

K 257 328 296 501 238

Pct .436 .399 .392 .355 .353

Kill Average 1. Becky Potter 2. Katie Wilkins 3. Brittanie Budinger 4. Noel Frohman 5. Devon Forster

School SCU PEP USF USD USD

K 270 235 241 224 206

Avg 5.87 5.00 4.82 4.77 4.38

Assist Average 1. Kelli Sousa 2. Lindsay Sherburne 3. Paola Rodriguez 4. Brooke Lowry 5. Kristina Bognar

School SCU USD PEP SMC USF

Ast 749 647 437 632 531

Avg 14.69 13.77 12.49 11.70 10.62

Block Average 1. Stacey O’Connor 2. Tiana Newsome 3. Abby Cullen 4. Lindsey Bogoson 5. Becky Potter

School SMC LMU GON SMC SCU

Total 90.0 77.0 70.0 63.0 52.0

Avg 1.67 1.51 1.35 1.17 1.13

Ace Average 1. Katie Wilkins 2. Breegan Mulligan 3. Debra Robertson 4. Kristina Bognar 5. Kristen Hurst Katy Daly Liz Macausland

School PEP PEP USD USF USD PEP USF

Ace 23 21 17 17 15 13 15

Avg 0.49 0.45 0.36 0.34 0.33 0.33 0.33

Dig Average 1. Carlie Price 2. Kaui Salzman 3. Devon Forster 4. Cindy Hirsch 5. Christina Hinds

School POR SMC USD SCU PEP

D 242 190 165 178 141

Avg 4.84 3.52 3.51 3.49 3.44

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TA 1857 1923 2126 2089 2214 2036 1928 1952

Pct .334 .297 .280 .220 .199 .176 .162 .158

G 51 47 47 51 50 54 50 52

K 917 842 822 773 720 765 645 653

Avg 17.98 17.91 17.49 15.16 14.40 14.17 12.90 12.56

BS 24 45 31 22 29 34 27 29

BA 282 194 209 196 163 148 132 108

Avg 3.06 2.78 2.61 2.35 2.35 2.30 1.86 1.66

Ace Average 1.Pepperdine 2.San Diego 3.LMU 4.Saint Mary's 5.San Francisco 6.Gonzaga 7.Santa Clara 8.Portland

G 47 4 51 54 50 52 51 50

Ace 90 76 73 74 65 64 58 53

Avg 1.91 1.62 1.43 1.37 1.30 1.23 1.14 1.06

Dig Average 1.San Diego 2.Pepperdine 3.Santa Clara 4.Portland 5.Saint Mary's 6.LMU 7.San Francisco 8.Gonzaga

G 47 47 51 50 54 51 50 52

Dig 799 791 858 774 819 755 713 707

Avg 17.00 16.83 16.82 15.48 15.17 14.80 14.26 13.60

Ast 838 753 746 686 643 691 608 597

Avg 16.43 16.02 15.87 13.45 12.86 12.80 12.16 11.48

Attack Percentage 1.Pepperdine 2.San Diego 3.Santa Clara 4.LMU 5.Saint Mary's 6.San Francisco 7.Portland 8.Gonzaga

G 47 47 51 51 54 50 50 52

Kill Average 1.Santa Clara Pepperdine San Diego 4.LMU 5.San Francisco 6.Saint Mary's 7.Portland 8.Gonzaga

I NDIVIDUAL S TATISTICS -WCC O NLY

T EAM S TATISTICS -A LL M ATCHES Attack Percentage 1.Pepperdine 2.Santa Clara 3.San Diego 4.LMU 5.Portland 6.Saint Mary's 7.San Francisco 8.Gonzaga

Ace Average 1.Saint Mary's 2.San Diego 3.Pepperdine 4.LMU 5.Portland 6.San Francisco 7.Santa Clara 8.Gonzaga

G 54 51 52 51 47 47 50 50

Block Average 1.Saint Mary's 2.LMU 3.Gonzaga 4.Santa Clara 5.San Diego 6.Pepperdine 7.San Francisco 8.Portland

G 51 47 47 51 50 54 50 52

Assist Average 1.Santa Clara 2.Pepperdine 3.San Diego 4.LMU 5.San Francisco 6.Saint Mary's 7.Portland 8.Gonzaga

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L ION H ONOR ROLL All-West Coast Conference 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

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1998 1999 2000 2001

2002

Andrea Fort (first team) Cathy Petrissans (second team) Leslie Wohlford (second team) Andrea Fort (first team) Cathy Petrissans (first team) Maryanne Dunn (second team) Leslie Wohlford (first team) Lori Rodman (first team) Leslie Wohlford (first team) Kerry House (first team) Kerry House (first team) Deanna Doolittle (first team) Dana Bragado (first team) Robin Ortgiesen (first team) Julie Greer (first team) Mardell Wrensch (first team) Suzanne Radcliffe (second team) Tracy Holman (first team) Mardell Wrensch (first team) Kim Blankinship (second team) Julie Greer (honorable mention) Suzanne Radcliffe (honorable mention) Kim Blankinship (first team) Julie Greer (first team) Tracy Holman (first team) Karissa Meith (first team) Sarah Noriega (first team) Mardell Wrensch (first team) Kim Blankinship (first team) Tracy Holman (first team) Sarah Noriega (first team) Karissa Meith (second team) Cindy Weglarz (honorable mention) Tracy Holman (first team) Sarah Noriega (first team) Cindy Weglarz (honorable mention) Allison Gustorf (honorable mention) Sarah McFarland (first team) Candace Boller (second team) Sarah McFarland (first team) Allison Gustorf (honorable mention) Jeannette Hecker (honorable mention) Sarah McFarland (first team) Nicole Oehlman (second team) Kristen Gallup (first team) Kealani Kimball (first team) Dina DeBernardi (honorable mention) Nicole Oehlman (honorable mention) Tiana Newsome (first team) Kealani Kimball (first team) Kristen Gallup (honorable mention)

West Coast Conference Player of the Year 1986 1995 1996 1997

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1990 1995 1996

1997-98

Volleyball Magazine Freshman All-American

Tracy Holman

1993

West Coast Conference Coach of the Year 1986 1994 1995 1996

1985-86 1986-87 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1994-95 1996-97 1997-98

AVCA All-America Sarah Noriega (first team) Sarah McFarland (second team) Sarah McFarland (first team)

Kim Blankinship Sarah Noriega Sarah McFarland Sarah McFarland

Academic All-Conference 1990 1994

Stacy Trapp Tracy Holman Mardell Wrensch Tracy Holman Mardell Wrensch Tracy Holman Tracy Holman Candace Boller Lydia Day Allison Gustorf Jaimee Brubacher Allison Gustorf Laura Gustorf Laura Gustorf Laura Gustorf Kealani Kimball Megan Wooton

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 1997 AVCA All-American Sarah Noriega

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AVCA All-Region 1991 1994 1995

2001 2002

Robin Ortgiesen (second team) Tracy Holman (second team) Julie Greer Sarah Noriega Kim Blankinship Tracy Holman Sarah Noriega Sarah Noriega Sarah McFarland Sarah McFarland Sarah McFarland Nicole Oehlman

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USA Olympic Festival Participant 1995

1997

Sarah Noriega

USA National Team Member 1998-03

Sarah Noriega (“A”)

USA Olympic Team Member

Steve Stratos

1996 1997 2000

Sarah Noriega, North - Gold

World Games Participant

1998 2000

GTE Academic All-America District VIII

West Coast Conference All-Freshman Team

Maryanne Dunn Andrea Fort Kerry House Stacy Trapp Robin Ortgiesen Mardell Wrensch Tracy Holman Tracy Holman

LMU Female Athlete of the Year 1996-97 1997-98 1999-00 2000-01

1996

Amy Moeller Suzanne Radcliffe Tracy Holman

Suzanne Radcliffe (first team)

LMU Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Nancy Fortner Steve Stratos Steve Stratos Steve Stratos

1997 1999 2000

Kerry House (honorable mention) Julie Greer (honorable mention) Kim Blankinship (third team) Tracy Holman (honorable mention) Sarah Noriega (second team)

1997

West Coast Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year

AVCA District VIII Coach of the Year

West Coast Conference Freshman of the Year 1992 1993 1994

1993

1997 1998 1999 2000

Andrea Fort Julie Greer, offensive Kim Blankinship, defensive Kim Blankinship Sarah Noriega

Volleyball Magazine All-American

Tahlia Wagner Julie Greer Amy Moeller Kim Blankinship Suzanne Radcliffe Tracy Holman

1992

Sarah Noriega (“A”) Sarah Noriega

Tracy Holman (first team) Tracy Holman (second team) Allison Gustorf

(no longer awarded) 1989 Raquel Glenn 1990 Deanna Doolittle 1991 Robin Ortgiesen

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A•A•A Amanda Amberson

Kristen Gallup Claire Gillespie Mary Beth Giordano Raquel Glenn Julie Greer Allison Gustorf Laura Gustorf

1983-84-85

B•B•B Paula Berney Kim Blankinship Dena Block Candace Boller Dana Bragado Jaimee Brubacher Kathleen Bunce Sheila Burt

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1999-00-01-02 2001 1991-92-93 1989 1992-93-94-95 1997-98-99-00 1999-00-01-02

Nicole Oehlman Shannon O’Kelly Jessica Olivier Roxanne Orsini Robin Ortgiesen

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H•H•H

1983 1993-94-95-96 1986-87 1998-99-00 1989-90-91-92 1999-00 1993-94 1981-82

Tina Hammers Carly Harris Jeannette Hecker Christine Hengehold Tracy Holman Kerry House Krista Houseman

Letty Padilla Carmen Perez Cathy Petrissans

1986-87-88-89 1997-98-99 1996-97-98-99 1988 1994-95-96-97 1989-90 2002

Suzanne Radcliffe Amy Reiling Nicole Ridley Katie Roberts Lori Rodman Olivia Rodriguez Mary Anne Russo

1987-88-89-90

J•J•J Cathy Jones Laurie Jones

Elizabeth Samson Tiffiny Self Kelle Sloan Rosemary Smith Janiece Stimpfig Mary Strong Kelly Sturgeon Jill Sutton Julie Sutton

K•K•K A three-time All-WCC first-team pick, Kim Blankinship (1993-1996) was named the LMU Athlete of the Year in 1996-97

Cheryl LaCour Krista Lambly Marette Larson Michelle Look

1996-97-98 2001-02 2002 1983-84-85

E•E•E Joli Eberhart Ginger Escobedo Julie Estes

1991-92 1980 1980-81

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1996-97-98

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1980-81-82-83 1987 1990-91 1993-94-95 1997-98-99-00 1993-94-95-96 1995-96 1990-91 1984-85-86-87 1992-93-94-95 1988-89 1991-92-93-94

Tahlia Wagner Kelly Ward Cindy Weglarz Nelly Weglarz Lisa Wenker Leslie Wohlford Megan Wooton Mardell Wrensch Heather Wride

1991-92-93 1998-99-00 1995-96-97-98 1994-95-96-97 1990-91 1985-86-87-88 2001-02 1992-93-94-95 1995

Y•Y•Y Debra Yoshimoto

Laurie Nelson Kelli Nerison Loren Newman Tiana Newsome Lisa Nicholson Sarah Noriega

2000 1983 1981-82-83 1983-84-85-86

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F•F•F Ivy Featherstone Julie Felice Charmaine Fillet Andrea Fort

Laura Taylor Audra Tindall Traci Tolman Stacy Trapp

1980-81-82-83 1996 1986-87 2002

Mary Ann Mardesich Allyson Mattox Theresa Matus Erin McEnery Sarah McFarland Tate Medley Karissa Meith Shawna Mickartz Tiffany Miller Amy Moeller Dawn Moon Marisa Mora

1998 1996-97-98-99 2001-02 2001-02 1990-91-92-93 1983-84-85-86

2000-01-02 2002 1997-98 1980 1989-90 1991-92-93 1981-82-83-84 1989-90 1981-82-83-84

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D•D•D Danielle Dal Ponte Lydia Day Dina DeBernardi Jacene Dimson Deanna Doolittle Maryanne Dunn

1980-81 1985-86-87-88 1997-98 2000-01-02 1999-00-01 1989

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C•C•C Alyssa Carbonetti Jody Carlson Courtney Chai Mary Clarizo

1993-94-95-96 1982 2002 1990 1984-85-86-87 1981-82 1984-85

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1980-81-82 1988-89-91

Melissa Kelly Seham Khalaf Trina Kightlinger Kealani Kimball Eleftheria Koukou Jennifer Kruse

1986-87 1985-86-87-88 1984-85-86-87

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2000-01-02 1988 1996-97 2002 1991-92-93-94

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Y EAR -B Y-Y EAR R ESULTS 10/11 10/12 10/13 10/14 10/16 10/21 10/22 10/26 10/28 11/1 11/3 11/5 11/7 11/8 11/11 11/14 11/15 11/18

1980

HEAD COACH NANCY FORTNER Results Unavailable

1981

HEAD COACH NANCY FORTNER Results Unavailable

1982

HEAD COACH NANCY FORTNER (37-12-1) Home: 9/3 9/7 9/9 9/11 9/11 9/11 9/11 9/11 9/11 9/11 9/14 9/16 9/17 9/21 9/24 9/24 9/24 9/24 9/25 9/25 9/25 9/25 9/28 10/1 10/2 10/5 10/7 10/8 10/12 10/15 10/16 10/19 10/20 10/22 10/27 10/29 10/30 11/4 11/5 11/6 11/10 11/12 11/12 11/12 11/13 11/13 11/13 11/16 11/20 11/23

15-2 Away: 4-5 Neutral: Pepperdine H UC Irvine H at Cal Poly SLO A vs Saint Mary’s (1) N vs Humboldt State (1) N vs Nevada (1) N vs Portland State (1) N vs Boise State (1) N vs Portland State (1) N vs Cal State Northridge (1) N UC Riverside H UC Santa Barbara H at CS Bakersfield A at Univ. of LaVerne A vs Redlands (2) N vs Northern Arizona (2) N vs Chapman (2) N vs CS Bakersfield (2) N vs San Francisco State (2) N vs Sacramento State (2) N vs UC San Diego (2) N vs CS Northridge (2) N at Cal Poly Pomona A at CS Northridge A UC San Diego H CS Fullerton H CS Dominguez Hills H at US International A at Pepperdine A San Diego H UC San Diego H Azusa Pacific H at UC Irvine A Biola H CS Bakersfield H US International H Cal State Los Angeles H Nevada-Reno H at San Diego A CS Northridge H Chapman H vs Northern Arizona (3) N vs US International (3) N vs CS Dominguez Hills (3) N vs UC Davis (3) N vs Sacramento State (3) N vs LaVerne (3) N at UC Santa Barbara N Cal Poly SLO N at CS Dominguez Hills N

18-5-1 W, 2-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 L, 0-2 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 W, 2-1 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 T, 1-1 W, 2-0 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 L, 0-2 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0

Home: 8/31 9/4 9/6 9/6 9/7 9/7 9/8 9/11 9/14 9/14 9/15 9/15 9/18 9/20 9/25 9/28 10/2 10/3 10/9 10/10 10/13 10/16 10/18 10/20 10/24 10/26 10/26 10/27 11/1 11/2 11/6 11/9 11/10 11/14 11/16 11/20

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Home: 9/5 9/9 9/12 9/16 9/19 9/19 9/19 9/20 9/20 9/20 9/25 9/26 9/27 9/30 10/1 10/10 10/10 10/11 10/11 10/17 10/18 10/24 10/25 10/31 11/1 11/4 11/14 11/15 11/21 11/22 12/4 12/11

6-10 Away: 2-12 Neutral: 2-4 at San Diego State A L, 0-3 at CS Northridge A L, 1-3 Eastern Washington (1) H W, 3-0 San Diego State (1) H L, 0-3 CS Fullerton (1) H W, 3-1 Fresno State (1) H L, 2-3 Santa Clara (1) H W, 3-1 Cal Poly SLO H L, 0-3 vs Pepperdine (2) N L, 0-2 vs Western Michigan (2) N W, 2-0 vs UC Irvine (2) N W, 2-1 vs Pepperdine (2) N L, 0-2 UCLA H L, 0-3 at Pepperdine A L, 0-3 at San Diego A L, 0-3 at Long Beach State A L, 0-3 Pepperdine H L, 0-3 at US International A L, 1-3 CS Fullerton H W, 3-2 at Fresno State A L, 0-3 CS Northridge H L, 0-3 Fresno State H L, 1-3 at Weber State A L, 1-3 at Idaho State A W, 3-1 at UC Irvine A W, 3-2 vs Cal Poly SLO (3) N L, 0-3 at UC Santa Barbara (3) A L, 0-3 vs Nebraska (3) N L, 0-3 Colorado State H L, 1-3 Houston H W, 3-2 San Diego H W, 3-1 at Santa Clara A L, 1-3 at San Jose State A L, 0-3 UC Irvine H L, 1-3 at Cal Poly SLO A L, 0-3 US International H L, 2-3

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5-4 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-2 W, 2-0 W, 2-0 W, 2-1 W, 2-0 L, 0-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 L, 0-3

1987 HEAD COACH GEORGE YAMASHITA (17-17, 10-4)

Home: 9/4 9/5 9/11 9/11 9/11 9/12 9/12 9/12 9/15 9/25 9/26 9/26 9/30 10/2 10/3 10/6 10/9 10/10 10/10 10/13 10/16 10/17 10/20 10/30 10/31 11/5 11/6 11/13 11/14 11/17 11/20 11/21 11/23 11/24

6-6 Away: 5-4 Neutral: 4-4 at Fresno State A W, 3-1 vs Portland (1) N W, 2-0 vs Oregon State (1) N W, 2-0 vs Weber State (1) N W, 2-1 vs Weber State (1) N L, 1-2 vs Fresno State (2) N W, 2-0 vs USC (2) N L, 0-2 vs Portland (2) N L, 0-2 vs Santa Clara (2) N L, 0-2 at UC Riverside A L, 0-3 CS Northridge H W, 3-1 Cal Poly Pomona H L, 1-3 San Francisco * H W, 3-1 Santa Clara * H L, 2-3 at Pepperdine * A L, 2-3 Arizona H L, 0-3 Northern Arizona H W, 3-1 at Nevada * A W, 3-2 US International * H W, 3-1 San Diego * H W, 3-0 at San Francisco * A L, 2-3 at Santa Clara * A W, 3-2 Pepperdine * H L, 1-3 at Long Beach State A L, 0-3

R

9-2 Away: 10-2 Neutral: at CS Fullerton A at CS Northridge A at Fresno State A UC Riverside H vs San Diego State (1) N vs Fresno State (1) N vs Eastern Michigan (1) N vs US International (1) N vs Santa Clara (1) N vs San Diego State (1) N at Saint Mary’s A at Santa Clara * A at San Francisco * A Pepperdine * H at Cal Poly Pomona A at Northern Arizona (2) A vs Arizona State (2) N vs New Mexico (2) N vs Baylor (2) N Saint Mary’s H Nevada * H at US International * A at San Diego * A San Francisco * H Santa Clara * H at Pepperdine * A at Nevada * A Northern Arizona H San Diego * H US International * H vs UCLA (3) H vs Stanford (4) H

* West Coast Conference Match (1) Titan Tournament, Fullerton, CA (2) NAU Tournament, Flagstaff, AZ (3) NCAA First Round, Los Angeles, CA (4) NCAA Second Round, Provo, UT

1985

A

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

1986

HEAD COACH NANCY FORTNER (15-14, 8-4)

5-10 Away: 11-8 Neutral: 1-3 CS Northridge H L, 1-3 Idaho (1) H W, 3-2 Santa Clara (1) H L, 1-3 UC Santa Barbara (1) H L, 0-3 Pepperdine (1) H W, 3-0 Utah H L, 0-3 at UCLA A L, 0-3 UC Santa Barbara H L, 0-3 vs Utah (2) N L, 0-2 vs Memphis State (2) N W, 2-0 vs UCLA (2) N L, 0-2 at CS Fullerton (2) A W, 2-1 vs CS Northridge (2) N L, 0-2 at CS Northridge A W, 3-0 at Pepperdine A L, 1-3 Arizona State H L, 2-3 at San Diego A W, 3-1 at Fresno State A L, 0-3 at CS Fullerton A W, 3-1 UC Irvine H W, 3-0 at Indiana A W, 3-1

H H H A A

HEAD COACH NANCY FORTNER (24-8, 10-2)

(1) LMU Volleyball Classic (2) Titan Tournament, Fullerton, CA (3) UCSB Invitational, Santa Barbara, CA

Home: 9/4 9/6 9/6 9/7 9/7 9/13 9/13 9/14 9/14 9/18 9/20 9/24 9/28 9/29 10/1 10/4 10/12 10/19 10/25 10/26 11/1 11/2 11/5 11/6

UC Irvine Nevada * Long Beach State at San Diego * at US International *

* West Coast Conference Match (1) UC Davis Tournament, Davis, CA (2) Titan Tournament, Fullerton, CA

1984

1983

L

11/13 11/15 11/20 11/22 11/23

L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 N/A W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 3-1

HEAD COACH NANCY FORTNER (10-26)

HEAD COACH NANCY FORTNER (18-22)

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H A A A A H H A A H H A H H A A A A

(1) LMU Volleyball Classic (2) Titan Tournament, Fullerton, CA

(1) Western Invitational Tournament, Davis, CA (2) LaVerne Tournament, LaVerne, CA (3) UCAL STATED Tournament, San Diego, CA

Home: 9/2 9/8 9/8 9/9 9/9 9/10 9/14 9/15 9/16 9/16 9/17 9/17 9/17 9/20 9/22 9/23 9/27 9/30 10/1 10/4 10/10

Kentucky at Moorhead State at Louisville at Cincinnati at Illinois State Cal Poly SLO Fresno State at US International at Cal Poly SLO San Diego New Mexico at UC Irvine US International Pepperdine at UC Santa Barbara at Santa Clara at San Jose State at UC San Diego

7-6 Away: 5-6 Neutral: 5-5 Colorado State H L, 0-3 UC Santa Barbara H L, 1-3 vs Utah State (1) N L, 1-2 vs Northern Arizona (1) N W, 2-0 at CS Fullerton (1) A L, 0-2 vs Hofstra (1) N W, 2-1 vs Northern Arizona (1) N W, 2-0 vs SW Texas State (1) N W, 2-1 CS Fullerton H W, 3-0 at Nebraska (2) A L, 0-3 vs Illinois (2) N L, 0-3 vs Tennessee (2) N W, 3-1 Long Beach State H L, 1-3 at Gonzaga * A W, 3-1 at Portland * A L, 2-3 at Pepperdine * A L, 1-3 vs UCLA (3) N L, 0-3 vs Fresno State (3) N L, 0-3 vs UC Santa Barbara (3) N L, 1-3 US International H L, 1-3 San Francisco * H W, 3-2 Santa Clara * H W, 3-1 Pepperdine * H L, 2-3 at Santa Clara * A W, 3-2 at San Francisco * A L, 2-3 Gonzaga * H W, 3-0 Portland * H W, 3-0 at Saint Mary’s * A W, 3-0 at San Diego * A W, 3-0 at Long Beach State A W, 3-2 Saint Mary’s * H W, 3-0 San Diego * H W, 3-0 at UC Santa Barbara A L, 0-3 Fresno State H L, 0-3

* West Coast Conference Match (1) Titan Tournament, Fullerton, CA (2) Nebraska Tournament Lincoln, NE (3) National Invitational Tourn., Los Angeles, CA

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L

E

Y

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A

L

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10/25 10/26 10/30 11/3 11/6 11/10 11/15 11/16 11/17 11/29 11/29 11/30 11/30

1988 HEAD COACH GEORGE YAMASHITA (9-22, 4-10)

Home: 9/6 9/9 9/10 9/10 9/13 9/17 9/20 9/23 9/24 9/24 9/29 9/30 10/6 10/8 10/11 10/15 10/18 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 11/3 11/4 11/6 11/10 11/15 11/17 11/19 11/22 11/23

4-8 Away: 2-13 Neutral: at CS Northridge A vs Utah State (1) N vs Baylor (1) N at UC Irvine (1) A Long Beach State H at CS Fullerton A UC Santa Barbara H vs George Washington (2) N vs Northern Iowa (2) N at Georgetown (2) A San Diego * H Saint Mary’s * H Pepperdine * H at Fresno State A San Diego State H at San Diego * A at Long Beach State A Santa Clara * H San Francisco * H at Saint Mary’s * A at Santa Clara * A at San Francisco * A Portland * H Gonzaga * H at UC Santa Barbara A at Pepperdine * A US International H at Portland * A at Gonzaga * A at San Diego State A CS Northridge H

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

Home: 8/30 8/30 8/31 8/31 9/4 9/6 9/7 9/13 9/14 9/14 9/17 9/20 9/21 9/24 9/27 9/28 10/3 10/4 10/10 10/11 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/1 11/2 11/8 11/9 11/15 11/19

4-8 Away: 4-9 Neutral: 0-2 UCLA H L, 0-3 at CS Fullerton A L, 0-3 vs Boise State (1) N L, 0-3 at Oregon (1) A L, 0-3 vs Wyoming (1) N L, 0-3 UC Santa Barbara H L, 0-3 San Diego State H L, 0-3 Long Beach State H L, 0-3 at San Francisco * A W, 3-0 at Santa Clara * A W, 3-2 at Saint Mary’s * A W, 3-1 Saint Mary’s * H W, 3-2 San Diego * H W, 3-0 at Pepperdine * A L, 0-3 at San Diego * A W, 3-1 at Long Beach State A L, 0-3 Santa Clara * H L, 2-3 San Francisco * H W, 3-1 CS Fullerton H W, 3-1 Gonzaga * H L, 2-3 Portland * H L, 1-3 at UC Irvine A L, 0-3 at Gonzaga * A L, 1-3 at Portland * A L, 0-3 at Portland State A L, 0-3 Pepperdine * H L, 0-3 at UC Santa Barbara A L, 0-3

Home: 9/2 9/4 9/5 9/5 9/8 9/11 9/11 9/12 9/12 9/18 9/23 9/25 9/29 10/2 10/3 10/7 10/10 10/11 10/16 10/17 10/22 10/24 10/31 11/6 11/8 11/10 11/13 11/14 11/19 11/20 11/21 12/4 12/4 12/5 12/5

8-5 Away: 7-6 Neutral: 6-5 Murray State H W, 3-2 UC Santa Barbara H L, 1-3 vs Long Beach State (1) N W, 3-2 vs Wisconsin (1) N L, 1-3 vs Northern Arizona (1) N W, 3-0 vs Oregon State (1) N L, 0-3 vs CS Northridge (1) N L, 0-3 UC Irvine H W, 3-2 at Long Beach State A L, 1-3 CS Bakersfield H L, 2-3 at Colorado (2) A L, 0-3 vs Florida State (2) N W, 3-2 vs Wyoming (2) N L, 1-3 at CS Fullerton A W, 3-1 UCLA H L, 0-3 at US International A W, 3-0 at San Diego * A W, 3-0 San Francisco * H W, 3-1 Saint Mary’s * H W, 3-0 at San Diego State A L, 0-3 at Portland * A W, 3-1 at Gonzaga * A L, 2-3 San Diego * H W, 3-0 Santa Clara * H W, 3-2

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M

10-5 Away: 5-5 Neutral: Stanford H vs Mississippi (1) N vs Sam Houston State (1) N at Colorado State (1) A CS Fullerton H vs Moorhead State (2) N vs San Jose State (2) N vs Santa Clara (2) N vs Montana (2) N UC Santa Barbara H at USC A at San Diego State A Cal Poly SLO H at Gonzaga * A at Portland * A CS Northridge H at San Diego * A William & Mary H San Francisco * H Saint Mary’s * H Providence H Pepperdine * H at Pepperdine * A Portland * H Gonzaga * H UC Irvine H San Diego * H Santa Clara * H at Saint Mary’s * A at Santa Clara * A at San Francisco * A vs Northern Illinois (3) N vs SW Missouri State (3) N vs Murray State (3) N vs George Washington (3) N

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M

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U

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T

1994

Home: 9/1 9/3 9/9 9/9 9/10 9/10 9/16 9/17 9/23 9/24 9/27 9/30 10/1 10/7 10/8 10/14 10/15 10/18 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/29 11/1 11/4 11/8 11/12 11/18 11/19 11/30

7-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-1

V

5-1 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0

HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (19-10, 12-2) 10-3 Away: 5-5 Neutral: Long Beach State H vs USC (1) N vs UC Irvine (2) N vs South Florida (2) N vs Long Beach State (2) N at UC Santa Barbara (2) A San Diego State (3) H Colorado State (3) H at Notre Dame (4) A vs Rice (4) N CS Fullerton H at Santa Clara * A at Saint Mary’s * A Portland * H Gonzaga * H at Portland * A at Gonzaga * A UC Santa Barbara H San Francisco * H San Diego * H at San Diego * A at Pepperdine * A CS Northridge H at San Francisco * A at San Diego State A Pepperdine * H Saint Mary’s * H Santa Clara * H vs Arizona (5) N

4-2 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 1-3

* West Coast Conference Match (1) at Long Beach State, Long Beach, CA (2) UCSB Classic, Santa Barbara, CA (3) LMU • Red Lion Hotel Invitational, Los Angeles, CA (4) Notre Dame Golden Dome Invitational, South Bend, IN (5) NCAA Tournament First Round, Tucson, AZ

1995

HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (24-5, 14-0) Home: 9/1 9/2 9/2 9/8 9/9 9/9 9/15 9/16 9/16 9/19 9/26 9/29 9/30 10/7 10/13 10/14 10/20 10/21

* West Coast Conference Match (1) Colorado State Tournament, Fort Collins, CO (2) UCSB Gaucho Classic, Santa Barbara, CA (3) NIVC Tournament, Kansas City, MO

A

8-3 Away: 10-3 Neutral: USC H vs Oregon (1) N vs Wichita State (1) N at UC Irvine (1) A CS Northridge H vs Southern Mississippi (2) N vs Florida State (2) N at Louisiana State (2) A vs Boise State (3) N vs Iowa (3) N at Cal Poly SLO (3) A San Diego State H at CS Northridge A at UC Santa Barbara A Gonzaga * H Portland * H at San Francisco * A at Santa Clara * A Saint Mary’s * H San Diego * H Davidson H Pepperdine * H at Saint Mary’s * A at San Diego * A at CS Fullerton A at Pepperdine * A Santa Clara * H San Francisco * H at Gonzaga * A at Portland * A

* West Coast Conference Match (1) UCI Anteater Invitational, Irvine, CA (2) LSU Tiger Classic, Baton Rouge, LA (3) Cal Poly SLO Tournament, San Luis Obispo, CA

1992

HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (21-16, 10-4)

O

6-3 Away: 5-6 Neutral: 6-3 vs Indiana (1) N W, 3-0 at Washington State (1) A L, 0-3 vs Rice (1) N W, 3-0 vs Central Michigan (1) N W, 3-1 vs USC (2) N L, 0-3 at Long Beach State A L, 0-3 vs New Mexico (3) N W, 3-2 vs Florida State (4) N L, 2-3 vs Idaho (4) N W, 3-0 at UC Irvine (4) A W, 3-1 San Diego State H W, 3-1 vs North Carolina (5) N L, 1-3 vs Syracuse (5) N W, 3-1 CS Northridge H L, 1-3 Santa Clara * H L, 2-3 San Diego * H W, 3-0 Gonzaga * H W, 3-1 Portland * H W, 3-1 at Saint Mary’s * A L, 2-3 at San Francisco * A W, 3-2 at Santa Clara * A W, 3-2 at Pepperdine * A L, 0-3 Pepperdine * H L, 0-3 at Gonzaga * A L, 0-3 at Portland * A L, 1-3 Saint Mary’s * H W, 3-1 San Francisco * H W, 3-0 at San Diego * A W, 3-1 at CS Northridge A W, 3-1

HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (22-13, 10-4)

1990

Y

Home: 9/1 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/7 9/10 9/11 9/11 9/17 9/18 9/18 9/21 9/24 9/28 10/1 10/2 10/8 10/9 10/15 10/16 10/17 10/21 10/23 10/29 11/1 11/6 11/12 11/13 11/19 11/20

* West Coast Conference Match (1) WSU Tournament, Pullman, WA (2) at Golden West JC, Huntington Beach, CA (3) at Long Beach State, Long Beach, CA (4) Anteater Invitational, Irvine, CA (5) Buckeye Classic, Columbus, OH

* West Coast Conference Match (1) Oregon Invitational, Eugene, OR

O

1993

HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (23-7, 11-3)

1991

1989

L

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

HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (17-12, 8-6)

HEAD COACH MIKE NORMAND (8-19, 7-7)

Home: 9/1 9/4 9/6 9/6 9/7 9/7 9/8 9/11 9/14 9/18 9/21 9/22 9/22 9/25 9/26 9/28 9/29 10/5 10/6 10/9 10/12 10/13 10/19 10/20

H H H H A A A A A N N N N

* West Coast Conference Match (1) JMN Premiere Tournament, Fullerton, CA (2) Coors Light Invitational, Boulder, CO (3) NIVC Tournament, Knoxville, TN

* West Coast Conference Match (1) UC Irvine Tournament, Irvine, CA (2) Georgetown Invitational, Washington D.C.

Home: 9/1 9/2 9/8 9/8 9/9 9/13 9/14 9/19 9/28 9/29 9/30 10/5 10/6 10/12 10/13 10/18 10/20 10/21 11/1 11/3 11/4 11/7 11/10 11/11 11/12 11/18 11/21

Portland * Gonzaga * CS Fullerton Pepperdine * at UC Santa Barbara at Pepperdine * at Santa Clara * at Saint Mary’s * at San Francisco * vs Dayton (3) vs Memphis State (3) vs Arizona State (3) vs William & Mary (3)

O

L

L

11-1 Away: 8-3 Neutral: at New Mexico (1) A vs Kansas (1) N vs Northern Iowa (1) N at Hawai‘i (2) A vs Iowa (2) N vs Idaho State (2) N Baylor (3) H Sacramento State (3) H Pittsburgh (3) H at UC Santa Barbara A San Diego State H at Portland * A at Gonzaga * A at Pepperdine * A Santa Clara * H Saint Mary’s * H at San Diego * A at San Francisco * A

E

Y

B

A

L

L

5-1 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0

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10/27 10/28 11/1 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/17 11/18 11/21 11/25 11/29

Gonzaga * Portland * at Long Beach State Pepperdine * at Saint Mary’s * at Santa Clara * San Francisco * San Diego * Colorado State vs Grambling State (4) vs Oral Roberts (5)

H H A H A A H H H N N

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

HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (18-8, 9-5) Home: 9/4 9/4 9/5 9/11 9/12 9/12 9/15 9/18 9/19 9/19 9/23 9/29 10/2 10/3 10/9 10/10 10/16 10/17 10/24 10/30 10/31 11/6 11/7 11/13 11/14 11/21

* West Coast Conference Match (1) New Mexico/Jones Intercable Classic, Albuquerque, NM (2) Hawaii/Aston Imua Wahine Classic, Honolulu, HI (3) LMU • Red Lion Hotel/Daily Breeze Volleyball Classic, Los Angeles, CA (4) NCAA Play-In Match, Los Angeles, CA (5) NCAA Tournament First Round, Los Angeles, CA

1996

HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (26-3, 14-0) Home: 8/30 8/31 9/1 9/6 9/7 9/7 9/13 9/13 9/14 9/18 9/21 9/25 10/4 10/5 10/12 10/13 10/18 10/19 10/25 10/26 11/1 11/2 11/9 11/15 11/16 11/22 11/23 12/8 12/13

13-1 Away: 9-0 Neutral: vs Texas A&M (1) N vs Auburn (1) N at Colorado State (1) A New Mexico (2) H Drake (2) H Louisiana State (2) H vs San Diego State (3) N vs CS Northridge (3) N at Arizona (3) A UC Santa Barbara H UC Irvine H Long Beach State H Portland * H Gonzaga * H Pepperdine * H William & Mary H at Santa Clara * A at Saint Mary’s * A San Diego * H San Francisco * H at Gonzaga * A at Portland * A at Pepperdine * A Saint Mary’s * H Santa Clara * H at San Francisco * A at San Diego * A vs UC Santa Barbara (4) N vs Washington State (5) N

4-2 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 L, 1-3

Home: 9/1 9/3 9/4 9/5 9/10 9/11 9/11 9/17 9/18 9/18 9/20 9/24 9/25 10/1 10/2 10/9 10/11 10/15 10/16 10/19 10/22 10/23 10/29 10/30 11/6 11/12 11/13 11/19 11/20 12/2 12/3

8-3 Away: 7-2 Neutral: 7-2 vs UC Irvine (1) N W, 3-0 vs Fresno State (1) N W, 3-0 vs Tulane (1) N W, 3-0 Duke (2) H W, 3-0 Massachusetts (2) H W, 3-0 UC Santa Barbara (2) H L, 1-3 vs Arizona State (3) N W, 3-0 vs Portland State (3) N W, 3-0 vs Michigan State (3) N L, 0-3 vs South Florida (3) N W, 3-1 at Hawaii A L, 1-3 at Hawaii A W, 3-2 San Diego State H W, 3-1 at Saint Mary’s * A W, 3-0 at Santa Clara * A W, 3-1 San Francisco * H W, 3-0 San Diego * H L, 0-3 at Portland * A W, 3-0 at Gonzaga * A W, 3-0 at Pepperdine * A L, 1-3 Santa Clara * H W, 3-1 Saint Mary’s * H W, 3-1 at San Diego * A W, 3-1 at San Francisco * A W, 3-0 Gonzaga * H W, 3-0 Portland * H W, 3-0 Pepperdine * H L, 1-3 vs Hawaii (4) N W, 3-0 vs Long Beach State (4) N L, 0-3

O

Y

O

L

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Home: 7-7 Away: 6-3 Neutral: 2-0 8/31 vs Oral Roberts (1) N W, 3-1 9/1 at Colorado (1) A L, 0-3 9/2 vs Clemson (1) N W, 3-2 9/5 Cal Poly H L, 2-3 9/7 Indiana (2) H W, 3-1 9/8 New Mexico (2) H W, 3-1 9/8 Arizona State (2) H L, 1-3 9/18 San Diego State H W, 3-0 9/22 Utah H L, 1-3 9/28 at Portland * A W, 3-0 9/29 at Gonzaga * A W, 3-0 10/3 UC Santa Barbara H W, 3-0 10/6 at Pepperdine * A L, 1-3 10/12 Santa Clara * H L, 0-3 10/13 San Francisco * H L, 2-3 10/19 at San Diego * A W, 3-1 10/20 at Saint Mary’s * A W, 3-1 10/26 Gonzaga * H W, 3-0 10/27 Portland * H W, 3-0 10/30 at Cal State Fullerton A W, 3-1 11/3 Pepperdine * H L, 0-3 11/9 at San Francisco * A W, 3-0 11/10 at Santa Clara * A L, 0-3 11/16 Saint Mary’s * H W, 3-0 11/17 San Diego * H L, 0-3 * West Coast Conference Match (1) Colorado PowerBar Invitational, Boulder, CO (2) LMU Volleyball Classic, Los Angeles, CA

9-5 Away: 6-6 Neutral: 5-0 San Diego State H W, 3-0 vs Southeast Missouri (1) N W, 3-0 vs George Washington (1)N W, 3-0 vs Colorado State (1) A L, 0-3 Ohio State (2) H W, 3-2 BYU (2) H L, 0-3 Houston (2) H W, 3-0 at New Mexico (3) A W, 3-0 vs Texas Tech (3) N W, 3-0 vs Texas El-Paso (3) N W, 3-0 Brown H W, 3-0 at Hawaii A L, 2-3 at Hawaii A L, 0-3 at San Diego * A L, 0-3 at Saint Mary’s * A W, 3-1 at Pepperdine * A L, 0-3 William & Mary H W, 3-0 Gonzaga * H W, 3-0 Portland * H W, 3-0 UC Santa Barbara H L, 2-3 at San Francisco * A W, 3-1 at Santa Clara * A W, 3-1 Saint Mary’s * H W, 3-0 San Diego * H L, 2-3 Pepperdine * H L, 0-3 at Portland * A W, 3-0 at Gonzaga * A W, 3-0 Santa Clara * H L, 1-3 San Francisco * H W, 3-0 vs Southeast Missouri (4) N W, 3-2 at UC Santa Barbara (4) A L, 1-3

2002

HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (15-12, 6-8) Home: 11-4 Away: 3-7 Neutral: 1-1 8/30 Bradley H W, 3-0 8/31 Oklahoma H W, 3-0 8/31 Duke H L, 0-3 9/6 Notre Dame H W, 3-1 9/7 Saint Louis H W, 3-2 9/7 Colorado H W, 3-0 9/13 Boston College N W, 3-0 9/14 Indiana N L, 2-3 9/14 Maryland A L, 2-3 9/18 CS Fullerton H W, 3-0 9/21 Idaho St. H W, 3-0 9/25 San Diego State A W, 3-2 10/4 Portland * H W, 3-0 10/5 Gonzaga * H W, 3-0 10/8 UC Santa Barbara A L, 1-3 10/12 Pepperdine * H L, 1-3 10/18 Santa Clara * A L, 1-3 10/19 San Francisco * A W, 3-0 10/25 San Diego * H L, 0-3 10/26 Saint Mary's * H W, 3-1 11/1 Gonzaga * A W, 3-1 11/2 Portland * A L, 1-3 11/9 Pepperdine * A L, 0-3 11/15 San Francisco * H W, 3-1 11/16 Santa Clara * H L, 2-3 11/22 Saint Mary's * A L, 1-3 11/23 San Diego * A L, 0-3 * West Coast Conference Match (1) LMU Volleyball Invitational, Los Angeles, CA (2) LMU Volleyball Classic, Los Angeles, CA (3) Terrapin Volleyball Invite, College Park, Md.

2000

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8-2 Away: 8-4 Neutral: 4-3 vs Cal Poly (1) N W, 3-2 vs San Jose State (1) N W, 3-1 at Arizona State (1) A W, 3-0 Indiana State (2) H W, 3-0 Central Michigan (2) H W, 3-0 Connecticut (2) H W, 3-0 at Indiana (3) A W, 3-0 vs Duke (3) N L, 2-3 vs Marquette (3) N W, 3-0 at Notre Dame (4) A L, 1-3 vs Colorado State (4) N L, 0-3 vs Wyoming (4) N W, 3-0 at San Diego State A W, 3-0 San Diego * H W, 3-1 Saint Mary’s * H W, 3-0 at UC Santa Barbara A L, 0-3 Pepperdine * H L, 1-3

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2001

HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (20-9, 10-4)

* West Coast Conference Match (1) Paul Mitchell Classic, Malibu, CA (2) LMU•Furama Hotel Volleyball Classic, Los Angeles, CA (3) Judy Bellemo Classic, Santa Barbara, CA (4) NCAA Tournament First and Second Round, Long Beach, CA

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HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (15-10, 8-6)

* West Coast Conference Match (1) University Park Holiday Inn Classic, Fort Collins, CO (2) LMU•Furama Hotel Volleyball Classic, Los Angeles, CA (3) University of New Mexico Dominos Pizza Classic, Albuquerque, NM (4) NCAA Tournament First and Second Round, Santa Barbara, CA

Home: 9/1 9/1 9/2 9/8 9/9 9/9 9/15 9/16 9/16 9/21 9/22 9/23 9/27 9/29 9/30 10/4 10/7

at Gonzaga * at Portland * San Francisco * Santa Clara * at Saint Mary’s * at San Diego * at Pepperdine * Portland * Gonzaga * at Santa Clara * at San Francisco * vs Stanford (5)

* West Coast Conference Match (1) Phoenix Airport Hilton/Sun Devil Challenge, Tempe, AZ (2) LMU Volleyball Classic, Los Angeles, CA (3) Hoosier Invitational II, Bloomington, IN (4) Golden Dome Invitational, Notre Dame IN (5) NCAA Tournament First Round, Santa Barbara, CA

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HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (20-11, 9-5)

HEAD COACH STEVE STRATOS (22-7, 11-3)

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10-1 Away: 5-6 Neutral: vs George Washington (1) N vs UConn (1) N at Arizona State (1) A Villanova (2) H James Madison (2) H Colorado State (2) H UC Irvine H at Nebraska (3) A vs Florida (3) N vs Wyoming (3) N at San Diego State A at UC Santa Barbara A Saint Mary’s * H Santa Clara * H at San Francisco * A at San Diego * A Portland * H Gonzaga * H Pepperdine * H at Santa Clara * A at Saint Mary’s * A San Diego * H San Francisco * H at Gonzaga * A at Portland * A at Pepperdine * A

* West Coast Conference Match (1) Arizona State Tournament, Tempe, AZ (2) LMU•Furama Hotel Volleyball Classic, Los Angeles, CA (3) First Bank Tournament, Lincoln, NE

* West Coast Conference Match (1) CSU/University Park Holiday Inn Classic, Fort Collins, CO (2) LMU/Airport Marina Hotel Classic, Los Angeles, CA (3) Arizona/Doubletree Invitational, Tucson, AZ (4) NCAA Tournament First and Second Round, Los Angeles, CA (5) NCAA Pacific Regional Semifinal, Stanford, CA

Home: 8/29 8/30 8/30 9/5 9/6 9/6 9/12 9/12 9/13 9/13 9/19 9/20 9/30 10/3 10/4 10/10 10/11 10/17 10/18 10/25 10/31 11/1 11/7 11/8 11/14 11/15 11/22 12/5 12/6

10/13 10/14 10/20 10/21 10/27 10/28 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/17 11/18 11/30

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LION PROGRAM RECORDS

LION SERIES RECORDS Teams Arizona Arizona State Auburn Azusa Pacific Baylor Biola Boise State Boston College Bradley Brown BYU Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Cal State Bakersfield * Cal State Dominguez Hills Cal State Fullerton Cal State Los Angeles Cal State Northridge Central Michigan Chapman Cincinnati Clemson Colorado Colorado State Connecticut Davidson Dayton Drake Duke Eastern Michigan Eastern Washington Florida Florida State Fresno State Georgetown George Washington Gonzaga Grambling State Hawai‘i Hofstra Houston Humboldt State Idaho Idaho State Illinois Illinois State Indiana Indiana State Iowa James Madison Kansas Kentucky La Verne Long Beach State Louisiana State Louisville Marquette Maryland Massachusetts Memphis State Michigan State Mississippi Montana Moorhead State

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Murray State Nebraska Nevada Nevada-Reno New Mexico North Carolina Northern Arizona Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Notre Dame Ohio State Oklahoma Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State Pepperdine Pittsburgh Portland Portland State Providence Redlands Rice Sacramento State Saint Louis Saint Mary’s Sam Houston State San Diego San Diego State San Francisco San Francisco State San Jose State Santa Clara South Florida Southern Mississippi Southeast Missouri State Southwest Missouri State Southwest Texas State Stanford Syracuse Tennessee Texas A&M Texas-El Paso Texas Tech Tulane UC Davis UC Irvine UCLA UC Riverside UC San Diego UC Santa Barbara USC US International ** Utah Utah State Villanova Washington State Weber State Western Michigan Wichita State William & Mary Wisconsin Wyoming

Last L Meeting 2 1996 3 2001 0 1996 0 1982 1 1995 0 1982 1 1993 0 2002 0 2002 0 1999 1 1999 2 1986 8 2001 1 1990 0 1982 3 2002 0 1982 12 1996 0 2000 0 1982 0 1983 0 2001 2 2002 4 2000 0 2000 0 1993 0 1990 0 1996 2 2002 0 1986 0 1984 1 1998 2 1993 9 1997 0 1988 0 1999 7 2002 0 1995 4 1999 0 1987 0 1999 0 1982 0 1991 0 2002 1 1987 1 1983 1 2002 0 2000 0 1995 0 1998 0 1995 1 1983 0 1982 14 1997 0 1996 0 1983 0 2000 1 2002 0 1997 0 1990 1 1997 0 1992 1 1992 0 1992

W 1 4 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 3 2 3 15 1 9 2 2 1 1 1 5 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 4 1 4 25 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 0 0 4 1 2 1 1 0 2 3 2 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 2

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2 0 4 1 4 0 8 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 14 1 26 2 1 1 2 2 1 30 1 31 9 29 1 1 24 2 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 12 1 1 3 4 0 10 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 3 0 2

0 3 1 0 3 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 31 0 8 2 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 11 12 6 0 3 19 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 6 2 0 25 5 4 3 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 2

1992 1998 1986 1982 2001 1991 1990 1992 1995 2002 1999 2002 2001 1993 1990 2002 1995 2002 1997 1992 1982 1994 1995 2002 2002 1992 2002 2002 2002 1982 2000 2002 1997 1993 1999 1992 1987 2000 1991 1987 1996 1999 1999 1997 1982 1998 1990 1985 1983 2002 1994 1990 2001 1988 1998 1991 1985 1984 1993 1999 1990 2000

Conference Championships WCC - 1994, 1995, 1996 WCAC - 1986

NCAA Postseason Appearances First Round - 1994, 1995, 2000 Second Round - 1986, 1997, 1999 Sweet Sixteen - 1996

NIVC Postseason Appearances 1990, 1992

LMU’s All-Time Record (1982-2000) 400-263 (.603)

LMU’s All-Time Conference Record 171-77 (.690)

LMU’s All-Time Home Record 175-95 (.648)

LMU’s All-Time Away Record 127-114 (.527)

Longest Win Streak 16 Matches Oct. 4, 1996 - Dec. 8, 1996

Longest Conference Win Streak 34 Matches Nov. 12, 1994 - Oct. 10, 1997

Longest Home Win Streak 13 Matches Oct. 2, 1982 - Nov. 10, 1982

Longest Road Win Streak 11 Matches Nov. 10, 1995 - Nov. 23, 1996

Longest Losing Streak 12 Matches Nov. 17, 1988 - Sept. 19, 1989

Longest Conference Losing Streak 4 Matches Oct. 6, 1988 - Oct. 22, 1988

Longest Home Losing Streak 5 Matches (twice) Oct. 6, 1988 - Nov. 3, 1988 Nov. 23, 1988 - Sept. 19, 1989

* Does not include a tie recorded in 1982 ** Does not reflect match played in 1983

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Longest Road Losing Streak 9 Matches Oct. 28, 1988 - Sept. 8, 1989

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ALL-TIME LION SEASON RECORDS G AMES P LAYED 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

143 143 142 138 130 128 128 126 125 124

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9.

Tiana Newsome (2002) Mardell Wrensch (1994) Dawn Moon (1988) Julie Greer (1993) Mardell Wrensch (1993) Julie Greer (1992) Tiana Newsome (2000) Cathy Petrissans (1987) Cathy Petrissans (1985) Lori Rodman (1985)

K ILLS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Sarah McFarland (2000) Sarah McFarland (1999) Sarah Noriega (1997) Leslie Wohlford (1988) Kerry House (1990) Deanna Doolittle (1990) Sarah Noriega (1996) Sarah McFarland (1998) Kristen Gallup (2002) Kim Blankinship (1996)

762 750 614 595 577 539 496 480 451 445

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

9. 10.

Kerry House (1990) Deanna Doolittle (1991) Kerry House (1989) Joli Eberhart (1991) Deanna Doolittle (1990) Cindy Weglarz (1997) Sarah McFarland (2000) Laura Gustorf (2001) Cindy Weglarz (1996) Robin Ortgiesen (1992)

109 104 100 97 93 92 87 86 83 83

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Sarah McFarland (2000) Sarah McFarland (1999) Sarah Noriega (1997) Sarah McFarland (1998) Sarah Noriega (1996) Kristen Gallup (2001) Leslie Wohlford (1988) Kristen Gallup (2002) Kim Blankinship (1996) Kerry House (1990)

7.78 7.35 6.90 5.27 4.82 4.81 4.65 4.51 4.32 4.18

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

Kerry House (1990) Deanna Doolittle (1990) Sarah McFarland (2000) Sarah McFarland (1999) Leslie Wohlford (1988) Kristen Gallup (2002) Sarah Noriega (1997) Deanna Doolittle (1991) Kristen Gallup (2001) Joli Eberhart (1991)

8. 9.

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

Mardell Wrensch (1995) Julie Greer (1995) Mardell Wrensch (1994) Allison Gustorf (2000) Karissa Meith (1995) Mardell Wrensch (1993) Lydia Day (1999) Sarah Noriega (1996) Jeannette Hecker (1999) Dina DeBernardi (2001) Tiana Newsome (2002)

Tiana Newsome (2002) Karissa Meith (1996) Tiana Newsome (2000) Mardell Wrensch (1993) Stacy Trapp (1990) Mardell Wrensch (1995) Stacy Trapp (1991) Sarah Noriega (1996) Julie Greer (1993) Dana Bragado (1992)

144 134 131 122 112 111 110 106 106 104

1. 2. 4. 5. 6.

9.

Kim Blankinship (1995) Lori Rodman (1987) Cindy Weglarz (1997) Sarah Noriega (1996) Sarah Noriega (1997) Kim Blankinship (1996) Kathleen Bunce (1993) Leslie Wohlford (1987) Laura Gustorf (2001) Lori Rodman (1986)

Tiana Newsome (2000) Tiana Newsome (2002) Karissa Meith (1996) Julie Greer (1995) Mardell Wrensch (1993) Mardell Wrensch (1995) Candace Boller (1998) Sarah Noriega (1997) Sarah Noriega (1996) Lydia Day (1997) Julie Greer (1993)

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

0.68 0.51 0.51 0.48 0.44 0.42 0.42 0.42 0.38 0.38

A SSISTS 1.46 1.44 1.30 1.15 1.15 1.13 1.09 1.06 1.03 1.02 1.02

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

Robin Ortgiesen (1992) Anita Irwin (1990) Tracy Holman (1996) Robin Ortgiesen (1991) Jeannette Hecker (1999) Tracy Holman (1994) Tracy Holman (1995) Nicole Oehlman (2000) Tracy Holman (1997) Robin Ortgiesen (1993)

1,776 1,600 1,432 1,397 1,387 1,386 1,306 1,287 1,238 1,147

A SSIST AVERAGE

D IGS .422 .388 .356 .355 .331 .331 .330 .330 .329 .314 .314

66 53 50 49 47 43 43 41 39 39

S ERVICE A CE AVERAGE

B LOCK AVERAGE 1,898 1,690 1,670 1,642 1,639 1,285 1,272 1,191 1,155 1,144

5.36 4.21 4.18 4.05 3.74 3.35 3.34 3.29 3.23 3.19

Kim Blankinship (1995) Lori Rodman (1987) Cindy Weglarz (1997) Sarah Noriega (1996) Seham Khalaf (1988) Kim Blankinship (1996) Leslie Wohlford (1987) Amy Moeller (1992) Sarah Noriega (1997) Joli Eberhart (1991)

TOTAL B LOCKS

ATTACK P ERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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

S ERVICE A CES

Karissa Meith (1996) Tiana Newsome (2002) Tiana Newsome (2000) Stacy Trapp (1990) Mardell Wrensch (1995) Stacy Trapp (1991) Mardell Wrensch (1993) Sarah Noriega (1997) Candace Boller (1998) Sarah Noriega (1996)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

40 38 37 35 35 33 31 31 28 28

B LOCK A SSISTS

K ILL AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

D IG AVERAGE

BLOCK SOLOS

Deanna Doolittle (1990) Anita Irwin (1990) Stacy Trapp (1990) Kerry House (1990) Lisa Wenker (1990) Seham Khalaf (1988) Leslie Wohlford (1988) Robin Ortgiesen (1992) Dana Bragado (1992) Dawn Moon (1988)

Kerry House (1990) Deanna Doolittle (1990) Deanna Doolittle (1991) Joli Eberhart (1991) Robin Ortgiesen (1992) Kerry House (1989) Joli Eberhart (1992) Leslie Wohlford (1988) Anita Irwin (1990) Deanna Doolittle (1992)

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

740 535 467 449 402 385 358 347 347 339

Tracy Holman (1996) Robin Ortgiesen (1992) Nicole Oehlman (2000) Tracy Holman (1995) Jeannette Hecker (1999) Tracy Holman (1994) Robin Ortgiesen (1991) Tracy Holman (1997) Nicole Oehlman (2001) Andrea Fort (1986)

14.32 14.10 13.41 13.19 12.96 12.95 12.59 12.51 12.43 12.02

Standards: Averages - 75% of season games played Attack Percentage - three attempts per game

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ALL-TIME LION CAREER RECORDS G AMES P LAYED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

BLOCK SOLOS

Stacy Trapp (1988-91) Deanna Doolittle (1990-93) Anita Irwin (1987-90) Dana Bragado (1989-92) Tracy Holman (1994-97) Kim Blankinship (1993-96) Jeannette Hecker (1993-96) Julie Greer (1992-95) Allison Gustorf (1997-00) Kristen Gallup (1999-02)

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

488 440 423 410 405 399 393 375 374 373

Julie Greer (1992-95) Mardell Wrensch (1992-95) Cathy Petrissans (1984-87) Stacy Trapp (1988-91) Tiana Newsome (2000-02) Lori Rodman (1984-87) Dana Bragado (1989-92) Allison Gustorf (1997-00) Kealani Kimball (2000-02) Sarah Noriega (1994-97)

K ILLS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Sarah McFarland (1997-00) Leslie Wohlford (1985-88) Sarah Noriega (1994-97) Kim Blankinship (1993-96) Deanna Doolittle (1990-93) Kristen Gallup (1999-02) Julie Greer (1992-95) Dana Bragado (1989-92) Kerry House (1989-90) Stacy Trapp (1988-91)

1. 2. 3. 4.

2,020 1,563 1,446 1,414 1,274 1,016 955 873 857 814

Stacy Trapp (1988-91) Allison Gustorf (1997-00) Julie Greer (1992-95) Sarah Noriega (1994-97) Mardell Wrensch (1992-95) Dana Bragado (1989-92) Tiana Newsome (2000-02) Lydia Day (1996-99) Karissa Meith (1995-96) Cathy Petrissans (1984-87)

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Sarah McFarland (1997-00) Sarah Noriega (1994-97) Leslie Wohlford (1985-88) Kerry House (1989-90) Kim Blankinship (1993-96) Karissa Meith (1995-96) Joli Eberhart (1991-92) Tiffany Miller (1984-87) Deanna Doolittle (1990-93) Kristen Gallup (1999-02)

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

6.43 4.71 3.87 3.73 3.54 3.37 3.22 2.93 2.90 2.73

Julie Greer (1992-95) Mardell Wrensch (1992-95) Stacy Trapp (1988-91) Allison Gustorf (1997-00) Tiana Newsome (2000-02) Dana Bragado (1989-92) Sarah Noriega (1994-97) Cathy Petrissans (1984-87) Lydia Day (1996-99) Karissa Meith (1995-96)

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Sarah McFarland (1997-00) Leslie Wohlford (1985-88) Deanna Doolittle (1990-93) Kim Blankinship (1993-96) Sarah Noriega (1994-97) Kristen Gallup (1999-02) Kerry House (1989-90) Dana Bragado (1989-92) Stacy Trapp (1988-91) Julie Greer (1992-95)

Mardell Wrensch (1992-95) Sarah Noriega (1994-97) Lydia Day (1996-99) Karissa Meith (1995-96) Julie Greer (1992-95) Candace Boller (1998-00) Tate Medley (1993-96) Allison Gustorf (1997-00) Sarah McFarland (1997-00) Cathy Petrissans (1984-87)

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Kerry House (1989-90) Cindy Weglarz (1995-98) Joli Eberhart (1991-92) Deanna Doolittle (1990-93) Kim Blankinship (1993-96) Robin Ortgiesen (1991-94) Leslie Wohlford (1985-88) Sarah McFarland (1997-00) Tiffany Miller (1984-87) Laura Gustorf (1999-02)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

4,478 4,225 3,894 3,494 3,019 2,886 2,786 2,328 2,184 2,117

Tiana Newsome (2000-02) Candace Boller (1998-00) Karissa Meith (1995-96) Mardell Wrensch (1992-95) Sarah Noriega (1994-97) Julie Greer (1992-95) Allison Gustorf (1997-00) Lydia Day (1996-99) Cathy Petrissans (1984-87) Dawn Moon (1987-89)

9. 10.

A

262 260 256 252 252 235 229 201 172 169

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

Kim Blankinship (1993-96) Leslie Wohlford (1985-88) Seham Khalaf (1985-88) Cindy Weglarz (1995-98) Amy Moeller (1992-95) Sarah Noriega (1994-97) Tracy Holman (1994-97) Lori Rodman (1984-87) Allison Gustorf (1997-00) Tiffany Miller (1984-87)

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

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359 351 340 326 305 303 298 249 239 209

1. 2. 3. 4.

Cindy Weglarz (1995-98) Lori Rodman (1984-87) Kim Blankinship (1993-96) Sarah Noriega (1994-97) Kathleen Bunce (1993-94) Tiffany Miller (1984-87) Leslie Wohlford (1985-88) Amy Moeller (1992-95) Lisa Wenker (1990-91) Seham Khalaf (1985-88)

6. 7. 8. 9.

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0.47 0.45 0.39 0.37 0.37 0.34 0.33 0.32 0.30 0.30

A SSISTS 1.34 1.17 1.05 1.02 0.97 0.96 0.87 0.87 0.85 0.80

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

Tracy Holman (1994-97) Robin Ortgiesen (1991-94) Jeannette Hecker (1996-99) Anita Irwin (1987-90) Nicole Oehlman (2000-01) Andrea Fort (1983-86) Seham Khalaf (1985-88) Loren Newman (1987-90) Nicole Ridley (2002) Kelly Ward (1998-00)

5,362 4,323 2,416 2,282 2,368 2,041 1,463 752 576 474

A SSIST AVERAGE

Deanna Doolittle (1990-93) Kim Blankinship (1993-96) Cindy Weglarz (1995-98) Leslie Wohlford (1985-88) Kerry House (1989-90) Robin Ortgiesen (1991-94) Jeannette Hecker (1996-99) Laura Gustorf (1999-02) Tracy Holman (1994-97) Kristen Gallup (1999-02)

Y

157 137 121 119 117 115 113 108 89 89

S ERVICE A CE AVERAGE

D IGS .355 .319 .315 .315 .314 .310 .309 .307 .301 .281

4.89 4.61 3.51 3.27 2.91 2.89 2.68 2.61 2.52 2.48

S ERVICE A CES

B LOCK AVERAGE

ATTACK P ERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3.

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

TOTAL B LOCKS

TOTAL ATTEMPTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

103 99 80 78 76 71 68 66 55 46

B LOCK A SSISTS

K ILL AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

D IG AVERAGE

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1,440 1,161 1,157 1,129 1,125 977 916 911 863 835

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tracy Holman (1994-97) 13.24 Nicole Oehlman (2000-01) 12.94 Robin Ortgiesen (1991-94) 12.79 Jeannette Hecker (1996-99) 6.15 Kelly Ward (1998-00) 5.39 Anita Irwin (1987-90) 5.39 7. Seham Khalaf (1985-88) 4.06 8. Megan Wooton (2001-02) 3.58 9. Loren Newman (1987-90) 2.79 10. Suzanne Radcliffe (1993-96) 1.50 Standards: Averages - minimum two seasons Attack Percentage - three attempts per game

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ALL-TIME LION MATCH HIGHS BY CLASS F RESHMAN

ATTACK PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 10 ATTEMPTS) 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7.

Cathy Petrissans Dana Bragado Julie Greer Cathy Petrissans Dina DeBernardi Mardell Wrensch Allison Gustorf (2) Lydia Day Suzanne Radcliffe Cathy Petrissans

Northern Arizona (10/11/86) .954 Moorhead State (9/11/92) .867 Gonzaga (10/27/95) .857 Saint Mary’s (11/13/87) .857 Colorado (9/7/02) .833 Baylor (9/15/95) .813 Portland (10/14/00)/San Diego (9/27/00) .800 San Francisco (11/7/98) .800 Gonzaga (10/5/96) .800 San Diego (11/21/86) .800

Attack Percentage Kills Blocks Assists

6. 7. 9. 10.

Sarah McFarland Sarah Noriega Sarah McFarland Sarah McFarland Leslie Wohlford Sarah McFarland Sarah Noriega Leslie Wohlford Sarah McFarland Sarah McFarland

Ohio State (9/10/99) San Diego (11/7/97) Notre Dame (9/21/00) Pepperdine (11/4/00) San Diego (10/15/88) Pepperdine (10/7/00) Pepperdine (11/22/97) Santa Clara (10/21/88) Duke (9/16/00) UC Santa Barbara (10/19/99)

Attack Percentage Kills Blocks Digs Assists

52 47 45 43 43 41 40 40 39 38

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Cathy Petrissans Tiana Newsome Dawn Moon Tiana Newsome Dana Bragado Candace Boller Mardell Wrensch Lori Rodman Tiffany Miller Tiana Newsome

Dina DeBernardi Sarah McFarland Deanna Doolittle Deanna Doolittle Cathy Petrissans Robin Ortgiesen Robin Ortgiesen

.833, Colorado (9/7/02) 33, San Diego (11/6/98) 33, Santa Clara (10/12/91) 33, Florida State (9/13/91) 16, Nevada (10/19/85) 31, Santa Clara (11/20/92) 89, San Francisco (10/16/92)

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.750, Portland (11/10/00) .750, Portland (11/14/98) 37, San Francisco (10/16/92) 14, Saint Mary’s (9/30/88) 84, New Mexico (9/7/91)

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Nicole Oehlman Candace Boller Amy Moeller Dawn Moon Robin Ortgiesen

Cathy Petrissans Sarah McFarland Tiana Newsome Kerry House Tracy Holman

.954, Northern Arizona (10/11/86) 52, Ohio State (9/10/99) 16, Gonzaga (11/1/02) 40, Santa Clara (9/29/89) 80, Washington St. (12/13/96)

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Nevada (10/19/85) Gonzaga (11/1/02) Saint Mary’s (9/30/88) San Jose State (9/1/00) Santa Clara (11/14/92) San Diego (10/30/99) Pepperdine (10/21/93) Northern Arizona (10/11/86) Nevada (10/19/85) San Diego State (9/25/02)

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Santa Clara (10/20/90) Portland (10/12/90) Santa Clara (9/29/89) Portland (10/25/90) Santa Clara (11/2/85) Portland (10/25/90) Saint Mary’s (9/30/89) Florida State (9/22/90) Cal State Bakersfield (9/18/90) Portland (11/3/88)

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Dana Bragado Sarah Noriega Dana Bragado Kerry House Anita Irwin Andrea Fort

.867, Moorhead State (9/11/92) 47, San Diego (11/7/97) 12, Santa Clara (11/14/92) 40, Santa Clara (10/20/90) 75, Portland (10/25/90) 75, US International (11/22/86)

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Kerry House Deanna Doolittle Kerry House Kerry House Leslie Wohlford Deanna Doolittle Kerry House Kerry House Kerry House Leslie Wohlford

Dana Bragado’s (1989-1992) outstanding senior season led to a spot on the AVP circuit.

A SSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Robin Ortgiesen Tracy Holman Robin Ortgiesen Nicole Oehlman Robin Ortgiesen Robin Ortgiesen Jeannette Hecker Tracy Holman Robin Ortgiesen Tracy Holman

San Francisco (10/16/92) Sacramento State (9/16/95) New Mexico (9/7/91) Pepperdine (11/4/00) Santa Clara (11/14/92) Santa Clara (10/12/91) Ohio State (9/10/99) Washington State (12/13/96) Santa Clara (9/27/91) Long Beach State (9/25/96)

89 88 84 83 82 81 80 80 80 79

As a sophomore, Deanna Doolittle (1990-1993) set a class record with 33 kills against Santa Clara and Florida.

ALL-TIME LION SEASON HIGHS BY CLASS J UNIOR

F RESHMAN Attack Percentage Kills Blocks Digs Assists

Candace Boller Deanna Doolittle Tiana Newsome Deanna Doolittle Robin Ortgiesen

.327 (1998) 539 (1990) 131 (2000) 535 (1990) 1,397 (1991)

Attack Percentage Kills Blocks Digs Assists

Andrea Fort Sarah McFarland Tiana Newsome Joli Eberhart Tracy Holman

.332 (1994) 480 (1998) 122 (1993) 467 (1991) 1,776 (1992)

Attack Percentage Kills Blocks Digs Assists

Mardell Wrensch Sarah McFarland Karissa Meith Kerry House Anita Irwin

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ALL-TIME LION MATCH RECORDS BY GAMES Kills

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Sarah McFarland Sarah McFarland Sarah Noriega Sarah McFarland

Individual Arizona State (9/2/00) Brigham Young (9/11/99) San Diego (11/7/97) Ohio State (9/10/99)

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1994 1995 1990

Team Cal State Northridge (11/1/94) Sacramento State (9/16/95) Portland (10/25/90)

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LMU’s all-time career assist leader, Tracy Holman (1994-1997)

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Attack Attempts Three Four Five

Sarah McFarland Sarah McFarland Sarah McFarland

Individual San Francisco (11/18/00) Notre Dame (9/21/00) Ohio State (9/10/99)

76 111 107

Three Four Five

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Team Gonzaga (10/26/90) Sacramento State (9/16/95) Portland (10/25/90)

190 281 338

Kerry House (1989-1990) twice set LMU’s all-time match record against Santa Clara (9/29/89 and 10/20/90) with 40 digs in each of the five-game matches

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Dana Bragado Cathy Petrissans Stacy Trapp

Individual Moorhead State (9/11/92) Northern Arizona (10/11/86) Cal State Fullerton (9/6/90)

Three Four Five

1995 1999 1985

Team Gonzaga (9/30/95) Saint Mary’s (10/2/99) Nevada (11/15/85)

Three .867 .954 .571 .480 .365 .308

Four Five

Three Four Five

Assists Tracy Holman Robin Ortgiesen Robin Ortgiesen

Individual Cal State Northridge (11/1/94) San Francisco (10/16/92) New Mexico (9/7/91)

68 89 84

Three Four Five

1994 1992 1991 1998

Team Cal State Northridge (11/1/94) San Francisco (10/16/92) Santa Clara (10/12/91) San Diego (11/6/98)

74 96 89 89

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Service Aces

Three Four Five

Kathleen Bunce Laura Gustorf Lori Rodman

Individual Wichita State (9/4/93) Indiana (9/7/01) Santa Clara (10/30/87)

1993 1991 1987

Team Wichita State (9/4/93) Saint Mary’s (11/8/91) Santa Clara (10/30/87)

Individual Memphis State (11/29/90) Saint Mary’s (11/16/90) Portland (10/12/90) Santa Clara (10/20/90) Santa Clara (9/29/89)

1990 1990 1990

Team Saint Mary’s (11/16/90) Portland (10/12/90) Portland (10/25/90)

27 27 40 40 40 83 132 181

Block Solos

Three Four Five

Three Four Five

Kerry House Kerry House Deanna Doolittle Kerry House Kerry House

Four Five

7 7 9

Allison Gustorf Stacy Trapp Cathy Petrissans Dana Bragado Tiana Newsome Stacy Trapp

Individual Brown (9/20/99) Pepperdine (10/26/91) Saint Mary’s (9/25/86) Santa Clara (11/14/92) Saint Mary’s (10/26/02) George Washington (10/23/88)

1989 1986 1987 1993

Team Boise State (9/8/89) Saint Mary’s (9/25/86) UC Santa Barbara (9/5/87) Pepperdine (11/6/93)

8 8 13 13

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17 16 21

Cathy Petrissans (1984-1987) established four all-time match records at LMU

Three Four Five

Anita Irwin Tiana Newsome Cathy Petrissans

Individual San Francisco (9/28/89) Gonzaga (11/1/02) Nevada (10/19/85)

9 13 13

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1995 1989 1986 1985

Team San Francisco (11/17/95) San Francisco (9/28/89) Northern Arizona (10/11/86) Nevada (10/19/85)

28 28 35 42

Four Five

Total Blocks Three Four Five

Lori Rodman Tiana Newsome Cathy Petrissans

Individual Northern Arizona (10/11/86) Gonzaga (11/1/02) Nevada (10/19/85)

11 16 16

Three Four Five

1989 1986 1985

Team San Francisco (9/28/89) Northern Arizona (10/11/86) Nevada (10/19/85)

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Cindy Weglarz (1995-1998) set multiple single-season records in dig average, service aces and service ace average

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The 2002 Lions in front of the Lincoln Memorial.

Annually, the Loyola Marymount volleyball team travels to face the toughest competition in the nation. And in doing so, the Lions enjoy the opportunity of experiencing the best America has to offer. In the past, LMU has travelled to Arizona, Colorado and the campus of Notre Dame. Last year, the Lions visited Washington D.C., while participating in the Terrapin Invitational. In addition to the beautiful cities throughout the West Coast Conference, including San Diego, San Francisco and Malibu, this season the Lions will head to Hawaii.

Top: Tiana Newsome, Krista Houseman, Kealani Kimball and Jacene Dimson in Washington D.C. Above: Megan Wooton (left) and Tiffiny Self on the steps of the Jefferson Memorial.

Laura Gustorf and Kealani Kimball at the Franklin D. Roosevelt, remembering his immortal words: “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.�

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OPPONENTS

54 - 2003 Opponents 56 - WCC Composite Schedule


Sacramento St. Hornets

UC Santa Barbara

University Information Location:......................Las Vegas, Nev. Conference: .................Mountain West Arena: .................................. Cox Pavilion

University Information Location:.................Morgantown, W.V. Conference:..........................BIG EAST Arena: ............................. WVU Coliseum

University Information Location:.................Sacramento, Calif. Conference: ..............................Big Sky Arena:.................................. Hornets Nest

University Information Location:..............Santa Barbara, Calif. Conference: ............................Big West Arena: ......................... The thunderdome

Volleyball Information Head Coach: ..................Deitre Collins Career Record (yrs): .........76-119 (8 yrs) 02 Record:...................................11-20 02 Conf. Record (place):.......6-8 (5th) 02 Postseason:.............................................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......10/3 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................4/2

Volleyball Information Head Coach:...Veronica Hammersmith Career Record (yrs): .....497-451 (29 yrs) 02 Record:.....................................9-19 02 Conf. Record (place):...3-10 (13th) 02 Postseason:.............................................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......TBA Starters Returning/Lost: ................TBA

Volleyball Information Head Coach:.................Debby Colberg Career Record (yrs): .....695-249 (27 yrs) 02 Record:...................................24-11 02 Conf. Record (place):....11-3 (2nd) 02 Postseason:..................NCAA first round Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........8/5 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................5/1

Volleyball Information Head Coach: .................Kathy Gregory Career Record (yrs): .....701-294 (28 yrs) 02 Record:.....................................30-3 02 Conf. Record (place): .....18-0 (1st) 02 Postseason: .....................NCAA Sweet 16 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........9/5 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................4/2

Sports Information Volleyball SID: ............Brian Albertson SID Email .brian.albertson@ccmail.nevada.edu SID Office: ..................(702) 895-3764 SID Fax: ......................(702) 895-0989 Press Row: ..................(702) 895-4600

Sports Information Volleyball SID:..................Brady Smith SID Email ......bradywvu@hotmail.com SID Office: ..................(304) 293-2821 SID Fax: ......................(304) 293-4105 Press Row:.......................................n/a

Sports Information Volleyball SID:....................Ryan Bjork SID Email ..................rbjork@csus.edu SID Office: ..................(916) 278-6896 SID Fax: ......................(916) 278-5429 Press Row: ..................(916) 278-7531

Sports Information Volleyball SID: ....................Ben Alkaly SID Email...ben.alkaly@athletics.ucsb.edu SID Office: ..................(805) 893-8603 SID Fax: ......................(805) 893-4537 Press Row:.....(805) 893-4361 or 4516

Northeastern

Creighton

Eastern Washington

CS Fullerton

UNLV

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Rebels

Huskies

Mountaineers

Bluejays

Eagles

Gauchos

Titans

University Information Location: ........................Boston, Mass. Conference:.....................America East Arena:.............................. Solomon Court

University Information Location: .........................Omaha, Neb. Conference: .................Missouri Valley Arena:............. Omaha Civic Auditorium

University Information Location:.......................Cheney, Wash. Conference: ..............................Big Sky Arena:.................................... Reese Court

University Information Location: . . . . . . . . . .Fullerton, Calif Conference: . . . . . . . . . . . . .Big West Arena: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Titan Gym

Volleyball Information Head Coach:.....................Ken Nichols Career Record (yrs): .........113-82 (6 yrs) 02 Record:...................................23-11 02 Conf. Record (place):....11-3 (2nd) 02 Postseason:.............................................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......10/4 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................3/3

Volleyball Information Head Coach:....Kirsten Bernthal Booth Career Record (yrs): ...................first year 02 Record:.....................................3-23 02 Conf. Record (place): ..2-16 (t-9th) 02 Postseason:.............................................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......11/2 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................5/1

Volleyball Information Head Coach: ...................Wade Benson Career Record (yrs): .........112-26 (4 yrs) 02 Record:.....................................29-2 02 Conf. Record (place): .....13-1 (1st) 02 Postseason:.............................................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......10/5 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................3/3

Volleyball Information Head Coach: . . .Carolyn Zimmerman Career Record (yrs): . . . . .5-26 (1 yr) 02 Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-26 02 Conf. Record (place): .1-17 (10th) 02 Postseason: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost: . . .9/2 Starters Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . .4/2

Sports Information Volleyball SID: .............Adam Polgreen SID Email .................adam@gonu.com SID Office: ..................(617) 373-4154 SID Fax: ......................(617) 373-3152 Press Row: ..................(617) 373-7530

Sports Information Volleyball SID:...............Rob Anderson SID Email .robertanderson@creighton.edu SID Office: ..................(402) 280-5544 SID Fax: ......................(402) 280-2495 Press Row: ..................(402) 490-4454

Sports Information Volleyball SID:.........Nicole Monforton SID Email.......stuath04@mail.ewu.edu SID Office: ..................(509) 359-6334 SID Fax: ......................(509) 359-2828 Press Row: ..................(509) 359-6331

Sports Information Volleyball SID: . . . . . .Ryan Ermeling SID Email . .rermeling@fullerton.edu SID Office: . . . . . . . .(714) 278-3081 SID Fax: . . . . . . . . . .(714) 278-3141 Press Row: . . . . . . . .(714) 278-5700

New Mexico

St. Louis

Washington St. Cougars

Hawaii

University Information Location: ...............Albuquerque, N.M. Conference: .................Mountain West Arena:............................... Johnson Arena

University Information Location:........................St. Louis, Mo. Conference: ...............Conference USA Arena:............ Bauman-Eberhardt Center

University Information Location:.....................Pullman, Wash. Conference: ..........................Pacific-10 Arena:.................................... Bohler Gym

University Information Location:..................Honolulu, Hawaii Conference: ...............Western Athletic Arena: ........................ Stan Sheriff Center

Volleyball Information Head Coach:..........Kelley Sliva McKee Career Record (yrs): .....153-125 (10 yrs) 02 Record:...................................10-21 02 Conf. Record (place):.....3-11 (7th) 02 Postseason:.............................................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........4/7 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................3/3

Volleyball Information Head Coach: .................Marilyn Nolen Career Record (yrs):800-336-12 (31 yrs) 02 Record:...................................21-10 02 Conf. Record (place):.....10-6 (4th) 02 Postseason:.............................................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........7/7 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................1/5

Volleyball Information Head Coach: ................Cindy Fredrick Career Record (yrs): .....355-232 (18 yrs) 02 Record:.....................................24-8 02 Conf. Record (place): ...11-7 (t3rd) 02 Postseason:...................NCAA Elite Eight Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........9/4 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................1/6

Volleyball Information Head Coach: .......................Dave Shoji Career Record (yrs):..804-147-1 (28 yrs) 02 Record:.....................................34-2 02 Conf. Record (place): .....13-0 (1st) 02 Postseason: ...................NCAA Semifinals Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......10/3 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................6/1

Sports Information Volleyball SID: ..............Andrea Tafoya SID Email................andreat@unm.edu SID Office: ..................(505) 925-5523 SID Fax: ......................(505) 925-5529 Press Row:.......................................n/a

Sports Information Volleyball SID: ................Chuck Yahng SID Email ...................yahngc@slu.edu SID Office: ..................(314) 977-3346 SID Fax: ......................(314) 977-7193 Press Row:.......................................n/a

Sports Information Volleyball SID:...............Linda Chalich SID Email...................lindak@wsu.edu SID Office: ..................(509) 335-2684 SID Fax: ......................(509) 335-0267 Press Row: ..................(509) 335-0268

Sports Information Volleyball SID:...............Pakalani Bello SID Email ...........pakalani@hawaii.edu SID Office: ..................(808) 956-7523 SID Fax: ......................(808) 956-4470 Press Row: ..................(808) 956-9408

San Diego St. Aztecs

Dayton

Fairfield

UC Riverside

University Information Location: . . . . . . . . .San Diego, Calif. Conference: . . . . . . . .Mountain West Arena: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Peterson Gym

University Information Location: ........................Dayton, Ohio Conference: ........................Atlantic 10 Arena:.............................. Frericks Center

University Information Location:.....................Fairfield, Conn. Conference: ...............................MAAC Arena: ................................... Alumni Hall

University Information Location:.....................Riverside, Calif. Conference: ............................Big West Arena:.............. UCR Student Rec Center

Volleyball Information Head Coach: . . . . . . . . .Mark Warner Career Record (yrs): . . .139-108 (8 yrs) 02 Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22-12 02 Conf. Record (place): .11-3 (2nd) 02 Postseason:.............................................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........9/3 Starters Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . .3/3

Volleyball Information Head Coach: ..................Tim Horsmon Career Record (yrs):............97-50 (4 yrs) 02 Record:.....................................22-9 02 Conf. Record (place):....11-3 (2nd) 02 Postseason:.............................................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......10/2 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................5/1

Volleyball Information Head Coach: ....................Jeff Werneke Career Record (yrs): .............19-15 (1 yr) 02 Record: ...................................19-15 02 Conf. Record (place): ......8-1 (t1st) 02 Postseason:.............................................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........6/3 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................5/1

Volleyball Information Head Coach:................Sue Gonzansky Career Record (yrs):628-400-16 (33 yrs) 02 Record:.....................................6-23 02 Conf. Record (place):.....2-16 (9th) 02 Postseason:.............................................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........9/5 Starters Returning/Lost: ..................4/2

Sports Information Volleyball SID: . . . . . . . . .Dave Kuhn SID Email . . . .dkuhn@mail.sdsu.edu SID Office: . . . . . . . . .(619) 594-5547 SID Fax: . . . . . . . . . . .(619) 582-6541 Press Row: . . . . . . . . .(619) 594-5533

Sports Information Volleyball SID:...............................TBA SID Email ......................................TBA SID Office: ..................(937) 229-4390 SID Fax: ......................(937) 229-4461 Press Row:.......................................n/a

Sports Information Volleyball SID:...............Patrick Moran SID Email ..pmoran@mail.fairfield.edu SID Office: ....(203) 254-4000 ex 2877 SID Fax: ......................(203) 254-4117 Press Row:.......................................n/a

Sports Information Volleyball SID:..................Ross French SID Email.............ross.french@ucr.edu SID Office: ..................(909) 787-5438 SID Fax: ......................(909) 787-5889 Press Row: ..................(909) 787-2153

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Saint Mary’s

San Francisco

Pepperdine

Gaels

Dons

Waves

OCTOBER 3 • LMU NOVEMBER 1 • MORAGA, CA

OCTOBER 4 • LMU OCTOBER 31 • SAN FRANCISCO, CA

OCTOBER 11 • MALIBU, CA NOVEMBER 8 • LMU

University Information Location:..............................Moraga, CA Enrollment:...................................2,500 Founded: .......................................1863 Nickname:.....................................Gaels President:..........Brother Craig Franz, FSC Athletic Director:...............Carl R. Clapp Colors:..........................Navy Blue, Red Conference:.........................West Coast Arena (cap.): .........McKeon Pavilion (3,500)

University Information Location: ..................San Francisco, Calif. Enrollment:...................................7,800 Founded: .......................................1855 Nickname:.....................................Dons President:...........Fr. Stephen J. Privett, S.J. Athletic Director:..............Dr. Bill Hogan Colors:...............................Green, Gold Conference:.........................West Coast Arena (cap.):... War Memorial Gym (5,300)

University Information Location: ..............................Malibu, CA Enrollment:...................................8,000 Founded: .......................................1937 Nickname: ...................................Waves President: ...................Andrew K. Benton Athletic Director: ..........Dr. John Watson Colors:..................Blue, Orange, White Conference:.........................West Coast Arena (cap.):... Firestone Fieldhouse (3,104)

Volleyball Information Head Coach: .....................Jon Stevenson Alma Mater:.........UC Santa Barbara ‘80 Record at SMC (yrs): ....................9-18 (1 yr) Career Record (yrs):..................38-50 (3 yrs) 02 Record: ......................................9-18 02 Conf. Record (place): ......6-8 (t4th) 02 Postseason:..............................................n/a 02 Final AVCA Ranking:..................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.........8/4 Starters Returning/Lost:...................4/2

Volleyball Information Head Coach:..........................Jeff Nelson Alma Mater: ........................Ball State ‘86 Record at USF (yrs):..........................first year Career Record (yrs): ......166-96 (8 yrs) 02 Record: .....................................6-25 02 Conf. Record (place): ...2-12 (t 7th) 02 Postseason:..............................................n/a 02 Final AVCA Ranking:..................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.......10/2 Starters Returning/Lost:...................6/1

Volleyball Information Head Coach: .....................Nina Matthies Alma Mater:............................UCLA ‘75 Record at Pepperdine (yrs):.....384-233 (20 yrs) Career Record (yrs): .....................same 02 Record: .....................................26-7 02 Conf. Record (place): ......14-0 (1st) 02 Postseason:....................NCAA Elite Eight 02 Final AVCA Ranking: .............No. 6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.......10/3 Starters Returning/Lost:...................5/1

Sports Information Volleyball SID:.......................Rich Davi SID Email...........rdavi@stmarys-ca.edu SID Office: ...................(925) 631-4402 SID Fax:.......................(925) 631-4405 SID Home Phone:........(925) 457-6259 Press Row: ...................(925) 376-3906 Website ..................www.smcgaels.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID: ...............Ryan McCrary SID Email...............mccrary@usfca.edu SID Office: ...................(415) 422-6162 SID Fax:.......................(415) 422-2929 SID Home Phone:........(415) 336-2699 Press Row: ...................(415) 422-2919 Website ....................www.usfdons.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID: ..........................Al Barba SID Email .......abarba@pepperdine.edu SID Office: ...................(310) 506-4455 SID Fax:.......................(310) 506-4322 SID Home Phone:........(805) 241-1954 Press Row: ...................(310) 456-5050 Website http://gowaves.pepperdine.edu

Portland

Gonzaga

Santa Clara

San Diego

Pilots

Bulldogs

Broncos

Toreros

OCTOBER 17 • PORTLAND, OR NOVEMBER 15 • LMU

OCTOBER 18 • SPOKANE, WA NOVEMBER 14 • LMU

OCTOBER 24 • LMU NOVEMBER 22 • SANTA CLARA, CA

OCTOBER 25 • LMU NOVEMBER 21 • SAN DIEGO, CA

University Information Location: ........................Portland, Ore. Enrollment: ..................................2,800 Founded:.......................................1901 Nickname:....................................Pilots President: ..................Rev. David T. Tyson Athletic Director:......................Joe Etzel Colors:............................Purple, White Conference:.........................West Coast Arena (cap.): ........... Chiles Center (5,000)

University Information Location: ........................Spokane, Wash. Enrollment:...................................4,765 Founded: .......................................1887 Nickname: ................................Bulldogs President: ...............Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J. Athletic Director:...................Mike Roth Colors: .......................Blue, White, Red Conference:.........................West Coast Arena (cap.):........... Martin Centre (4,000)

University Information Location:......................Santa Clara, Calif. Enrollment:...................................7,800 Founded: .......................................1851 Nickname: .................................Broncos President: ..............Rev. Paul Locatelli, S.J. Athletic Director: ..............Cheryl Levick Colors: .............Santa Clara Red, White Conference:.........................West Coast Arena (cap.): .......... Leavey Center (5,000)

University Information Location: .......................San Diego, Calif. Enrollment:...................................6,943 Founded: .......................................1949 Nickname: ..................................Toreros President: .............................Mary Lyons Athletic Director:............................TBA Colors:.....Navy, Columbia Blue, White Conference:.........................West Coast Arena (cap.):..........Jenny Craig Pavilion (5,000)

Volleyball Information Head Coach: .......................Doug Sparks Alma Mater:..........................Arizona ‘85 Record at UP (yrs):....................27-57 (3 yrs) Career Record (yrs): .....................same 02 Record: ...................................15-15 02 Conf. Record (place):......4-10 (6th) 02 Postseason:..............................................n/a 02 Final AVCA Ranking:..................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.......10/2 Starters Returning/Lost:...................4/2

Volleyball Information Head Coach: ....................Kip Yoshimura Alma Mater:.............Long Beach State ‘90 Record at GU (yrs):.......................4-24 (1 yr) Career Record (yrs): ....255-96 (10 yrs) 02 Record: ......................................4-24 02 Conf. Record (place): ...2-12 (t 7th) 02 Postseason:..............................................n/a 02 Final AVCA Ranking:..................n/a Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.........9/3 Starters Returning/Lost:...................5/1

Volleyball Information Head Coach: ........................Jon Wallace Alma Mater: ............................UCSB ‘89 Record at SCU (yrs): .................91-33 (4 yrs) Career Record (yrs): .....................same 02 Record: .....................................24-7 02 Conf. Record (place):.....12-2 (2nd) 02 Postseason:....................NCAA first round 02 Final AVCA Ranking: ..................16 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.......11/3 Starters Returning/Lost:...................6/2

Volleyball Information Head Coach: .....................Jennifer Petrie Alma Mater: .............William & Mary ‘92 Record at USD (yrs):.................84-37 (5 yrs) Career Record (yrs):.....................Same 02 Record: .....................................25-8 02 Conf. Record (place): .....10-4 (3rd) 02 Postseason:....................NCAA first round 02 Final AVCA Ranking:..................RV Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.........9/2 Starters Returning/Lost:...................4/2

Sports Information Volleyball SID: ............Julie Lapomarda SID Email.................lapomard@up.edu SID Office: ...................(503) 943-7731 SID Fax:.......................(503) 943-7242 SID Home Phone:........(503) 240-3450 Press Row: ...................(503) 943-7527 Website ..........www.portlandpilots.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID: ....................Rich Moser SID Email .......moser@athletics.gonzaga.edu SID Office: ...................(509) 323-5484 SID Fax:.......................(509) 323-5730 SID Home Phone: ............................n/a Press Row: ...................(509) 323-4224 Website ......................www.gozags.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID: ..........David Wahlstrom SID Email.....................leskey@scu.edu SID Office: ...................(408) 554-4670 SID Fax:.......................(408) 554-6942 SID Home Phone:........(408) 410-3079 Press Row: ...................(408) 554-4752 Website ....www.santaclarabroncos.com

Sports Information Volleyball SID: .............Nick Mirkovich SID Email ...........nmirk@san diego.edu SID Office: ...................(619) 260-4745 SID Fax:.......................(619) 260-2990 SID Home Phone: ............................n/a Press Row: ...................(619) 260-7555 Website................www.usdtoreros.com

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2003 WCC SCHEDULE Aug. 29 1USF vs. Wichita State - 4pm 2Gonzaga at Oregon State - 5pm 3Portland vs. Utah Valley - 5pm Saint Mary's vs. Texas (at CSULB) - 5pm 4USD vs. Ohio University - 5pm 5UNLV at LMU - 7pm 6E. Washington at Pepperdine - 7pm 7Santa Clara at Pacific - TBA

Sept. 6 10 Pepperdine vs. Florida State - 8am 11 USF vs. UAB - 10am 9Santa Clara vs. Miami - 10am 14 Saint Mary's vs. SMU - 11:30am 12 Gonzaga at Nevada - 12pm 13 Creighton at LMU - 12pm 16 SE Louisiana at Portland - 12:30pm 10 Pepperdine vs. Wisconsin - 3:30pm 14 Saint Mary's vs. UTSA - 4:30pm 11 USF vs. UMKC - 4:30pm 12 Gonzaga vs. Tennessee - 5pm 15 USD at Stanford Classic - 5/7pm 13 Eastern Washington at LMU - 7pm 16 Portland State at Portland - 7:30pm

Aug. 30 7Santa Clara vs. San Jose State - TBA 7Santa Clara vs. Tulsa - TBA 6Notre Dame at Pepperdine - 10am 4USD vs. Utah - 10am 3Portland vs. Bowling Green - 10:30am 8Saint Mary's vs. Northeastern - 11am 2Gonzaga vs. Northern Arizona - 12pm 1USF at Washington State - 12pm 5West Virginia at LMU - 12pm 1USF vs. Oklahoma - 5pm 2Gonzaga vs. Mississippi St. - 5:30pm 5Sacramento State at LMU - 7pm 6Arizona at Pepperdine - 7pm 8Saint Mary's at CS Northridge - 7pm 4USD at Arizona State - 7pm 3Portland at Boise State - 7:30pm

Sept. 16 USD at San Diego State - 7pm Sept. 17 UC Santa Barbara at Pepperdine - 5pm Sept. 18 25 Santa Clara at South Carolina - 4pm LMU vs. UNLV (in Hawaii) - 10pm Sept. 19 25 Santa Clara vs. Duke - 7am 26 USF vs. Air Force - 12:30pm 25 Santa Clara vs. G. Washington - 2pm 27 Gonzaga vs. Marquette - 4pm 26 USF vs. Eastern Illinois - 5pm Harvard at Pepperdine - 7pm 28 San Jose State at Portland - 7pm LMU at Hawaii - 10pm

Sept. 9 LMU at Cal State Fullerton - 7pm Chicago State at Portland - 7pm Saint Mary's at Stanford - 7pm USD at UC Irvine - 7pm

Sept. 20 27 Gonzaga at Montana State - 11am 29 USD vs. Michigan State - 1:30pm 26 USF at Portland State - 1:30pm 27 Gonzaga vs. Wyoming - 4pm 29 USD at American U. Tourne7 - 4:30/7 28 San Jose State at Portland - 7pm

Sept. 10 Maryland-Eastern Shore at USF - 7pm Sept. 12 17 Portland vs. Arkansas-LR - 11am 18 USF vs. Appalachian St - 2:30pm 19 LMU vs. New Mexico - 4pm 20 Pepperdine vs. Radford - 5pm 21 Saint Mary's vs. Florida State - 5pm 22 Santa Clara at Nebraska - 5pm 23 UNLV at Gonzaga - 7pm 14 Portland at Mississippi - 7pm 24 Fresno State at USD - 7pm

Sept. 2 UC Santa Barbara at LMU - 7pm USF at San Jose State - 7pm Sept. 3 Pepperdine at USC - 7pm Oregon State at Saint Mary's - 7:05pm Sept. 4 9Santa Clara at Arizona - 7:30pm

Sept. 22 Gonzaga at Montana - 4pm Sept. 23 Oregon at Portland - 7pm Saint Mary's at San Jose State - 7pm Sept. 24 San Diego State at LMU - 6pm Gonzaga at Eastern Washington - 7pm Sac. State at Saint Mary's - 7:05pm

Sept. 13 22 Santa Clara vs. Georgia Tech - TBA 19 LMU vs. Saint Louis - 10am 24 Md - Eastern Shore at USD - 10am 23 Boise State at Gonzaga - 10:30am 21 Saint Mary's at UC Irvine - 11am 18 USF at Butler - 11am 20 Pepperdine vs. Pennsylvania - 12pm 17 Portland vs. Alcorn State - 12pm 18 USF vs. Southern Illinois - 3:30pm 21 Saint Mary's vs. Houston - 5pm 23 Idaho State at Gonzaga - 7pm 19 LMU at Washington State - 7pm 20 Pepperdine at Pacific - 7pm 24 Long Beach State at USD - 7pm

Sept. 5 10 Pepperdine vs. Arkansas State - 8am 9Santa Clara vs. Rhode Island - 10am 11 USF vs. UTEP - 2pm 12 Gonzaga vs. Arizona State - 4:30pm 9Santa Clara vs. San Diego State - 5pm 13 Northeastern at LMU - 7pm 14 Saint Mary's at Cal Poly - 7pm 15 USD at Stanford - 7pm 11 USF at Northern Arizona - 7pm 16 Chicago State at Portland - 7:30pm

Sept. 26 30 Saint Mary's vs.Saint Francis - 9:30am 31 LMU vs. Dayton - 5pm 30 Saint Mary's vs. Grambling - 5pm 31 Fairfield at USD - 7pm Sept. 27 30 Saint Mary's vs. Texas A&M CC - 12pm 31 LMU vs. Fairfield - 5pm 31 Dayton at USD - 7pm 30 Saint Mary's at TCU - 8pm

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2003 WCC SCHEDULE Sept. 28 Hawaii at Santa Clara - 1pm

Oct. 24 #Santa Clara at LMU - 7pm #USD at Pepperdine - 7pm

Sept. 30 LMU at UC Riverside - 7pm Portland at Oregon State - 7pm Santa Clara at Sacramento State - 7pm

Oct. 25 #Gonzaga at Portland - 7pm #USD at LMU - 7pm #Santa Clara at Pepperdine - 7pm #Saint Mary's at USF - 7pm

Oct. 3 #Santa Clara at Gonzaga - 7pm #Saint Mary's at LMU - 7pm #USF at Pepperdine - 7pm #USD at Portland - 7pm

Nov. 1 #Gonzaga at Santa Clara - 7pm #LMU at Saint Mary's - 7pm #Pepperdine at USF - 7pm #Portland at USD - 7pm Nov. 4 San Diego State at USD - 7pm

Oct. 8 Santa Clara at California - 7pm Oct. 10 #Gonzaga at Saint Mary's - 7pm #Portland at USF - 7pm

Nov. 7 #USF at Gonzaga - 7pm #Saint Mary's at Portland - 7pm

Oct. 11 #Gonzaga at USF - 7pm #LMU at Pepperdine - 7pm #Portland at Saint Mary's - 7pm #USD at Santa Clara - 7pm

Nov. 8 #Saint Mary's at Gonzaga - 7pm #Pepperdine at LMU - 7pm #USF at Portland - 7pm #Santa Clara at USD - 7pm

Oct. 14 Gonzaga at Idaho - 7pm

Nov. 14 #Gonzaga at LMU - 7pm #Portland at Pepperdine - 7pm #Santa Clara at Saint Mary's - 7pm #USD at USF - 7pm

Oct. 17 #Pepperdine at Gonzaga - 7pm #LMU at Portland - 7pm #Saint Mary's at USD - 7pm #USF at Santa Clara - 7pm

Nov. 15 #Gonzaga at Pepperdine - 7pm #Portland at LMU - 7pm #USD at Saint Mary's - 7pm #Santa Clara at USF - 7pm

Oct. 18 #LMU at Gonzaga - 7pm #Pepperdine at Portland - 7pm #Saint Mary's at Santa Clara - 7pm #USF at USD - 7pm

Nov. 21 #LMU at USD - 7pm #Pepperdine at Santa Clara - 7pm

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Oct. 31 #Gonzaga at USD - 7pm #LMU at USF - 7pm #Pepperdine at Saint Mary's - 7pm #Portland at Santa Clara - 7pm

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LION ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION ATHLETICS DIRECTORY

Area Code: 310 Administration

Dr. William Husak

Rev. Robert B. Lawton, S.J.

LMU Director of Athletics

LMU President

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r. William S. Husak begins his sixth year as the Athletic Director at Loyola Marymount University. Since taking over the program in 1998, LMU has reached a new level of success. With the implementation of the 10-year strategic plan, the future is bright for LMU athletics. Husak’s first appointment as a collegiate athletic director has focused on developing a team of coaches, support staff and administrators who believe that LMU’s athletics program can be among the elite in the nation. His first four years have been marked by enhancing the support of the athletic teams through the creation of the Student-Athlete Academic Center and the Lions Strength and Conditioning Center, increased scholarship and operational support and enhancing the coaching and support staff. The past two years have been two of the most successful seasons in school history as the Lions won over 55 percent of its dual competitions. Since 1998, LMU has claimed 11 conference championships and 14 NCAA postseason appearances. Off the field, the Lions have had a 50 percent increase in national scholar-athletes as 128 claimed the honor in the 2002-03 academic year, the most in school history. Last year 85 student-athletes were named to the West Coast Conference honor roll. Husak attributes the current success and the future growth of the program on the staff that is place. Since he took over the program, the coaching and administrative staffs that lend support to the more than 330 student-athletes has more than doubled in size. At the conclusion of the 2002-03 athletic year, a full-time head coach will lead each of the 17 varsity sports sponsored at LMU. When Husak took over, only nine of the programs were led by full-time coaches. In addition, support for the student-athletes was enhanced with the addition of six brand new support staff positions, which included an athletic academic coordinator, marketing/promotions manager, corporate relations manager, assistant athletic trainer, and an assistant media relations director. "Although much has been accomplished, there is still a great deal to achieve," Husak said. "If our athletics program is truly to become consistently great, we must achieve the objectives of our campaigns for facilities and endowments. We can not do this without the support of all those who believe that athletics is an integral part of the LMU experience for not just the student-athletes but all who are associated with this great University." Husak comes from a long and accomplished background as an administrator, fundraiser and pro-

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obert B. Lawton, S.J., fourteenth president of Loyola Marymount University, is a classicist, scripture scholar, administrator, and priest. Born in Cumberland, Maryland, he entered the Society of Jesus in July 1965. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Fordham University (summa cum laude) with a major in classics in 1971, he went on to earn his Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations from Harvard University in 1977 where he was a Danforth and a Woodrow Wilson Fellow. He was ordained on June 13, 1981. From 1977 to 1979, Father Lawton served in several positions at Georgetown University, including assistant professor in the Department of Theology. After a year of further studies in Germany, he taught Hebrew and Aramaic at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome from 1982 to 1984. In 1984, he became an Assistant Dean of Georgetown College and, in 1989, he was named its Dean. Prior to accepting the position of president at Loyola Marymount in May of 1999, he was a trustee of the University of Scranton, and Fairfield University. He is a trustee of Loyola Marymount, Boston College, and the William H. Hannon Foundation. Father Lawton holds the rank of professor in LMU’s Departments of Theological Studies and Classics.

fessor. As the former senior associate athletic director at California State University Long Beach, he enjoyed a successful career in both the academic and athletic arena over a span of 18 years. From 1993-1998, he served as the director of the 49er Athletic Association, and helped raise $6 million towards a $22 million capital campaign for construction of CSULB's athletic complex, The Pyramid. While at CSULB from 1983-1997, Husak served as an assistant commissioner for the California Collegiate Athletic Association. There, one of Husak's main responsibilities included supervising officials for the conference. Between 1986 and 1993 he served as chairman of CSULB's physical education department. As an associate professor of physical education at CSULB between 1979 and 1986, he established the university's Motor Behavior Laboratory. A 1972 graduate of State University of New York (SUNY) at Cortland, Husak holds a master's degree and Ph.D. in physical education from Texas A&M University. He and his wife of 30 years, Tish, live in Long Beach and have three sons, Greg, 28, Todd, 24 and Jon, 22.

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Dr. William Husak, Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . .338-2765 Betty Werner, Assoc. Director of Athletics / SWA. . . .338-7483 María Behm, Asst. AD / Business & Finance . . . . . .338-7645 Dan Smith, Asst. AD / Compliance & Eligibility . .338-7789 John Shaffer, Director of Media Relations . . . . . . . .338-7643 Marysol Cayado-Moe, Asst. Director of Media Relations . . . .338-5798 Alissa Zito, Asst. Director of Media Relations, . . .338-7638 Karina Handeland, Tickets & Marketing Mngr. . . . . . . . . . . .258-8608 Ryan Jamrog Corporate Relations Manager . . . . . . .338-5201 Brian Luft Director of Athletic Development . . . .338-7853 Rob Anderson Asst. Dir. for Annual Support . . . . . . .338-2908 Matthew Casana, Academic Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . .338-1736 Keith Ellison, Head Athletic Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . .338-2874 Chris Rounds Strength and Conditioning Coach. . . .338-5796 Rudy Ramirez, Athletics Facilities Manager . . . . . . . .338-7641

Head Coaches Steve Aggers, Men’s Basketball . . . . . .338-7623 Nik Devore, Men’s Tennis . . . . . . . . . .338-7589 Frank Cruz, Baseball . . . . . . . . . . . . . .338-2949 Gary Ferrin, Softball . . . . . . . . . . . . . .338-7651 Alex Galvan, Golf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .258-8619 Scott Guerrero, Cross Country . . . . . .338-7630 Pat Kelly, Men’s and Women’s Crew . . . .338-7624 Paul Krumpe, Men’s Soccer . . . . . . . . .338-7640 John Loughran, Aquatics . . . . . . . . . .338-1844 Gregg Murphy, Women’s Soccer . . . . .338-2795 Jamie Sanchez, Women’s Tennis . . . . .338-7506 Steve Stratos, Women’s Volleyball . . . .338-4528 Julie Wilhoit, Women’s Basketball . . .338-5149

Athletic Fax Numbers Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . .338-4577 Training Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .338-5191 Coaching Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .338-5915 Media Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .338-2703

LIONSFUND

Supporting the student-athletes of Loyola Marymount University Join the team! Champions and scholars are made possible only through superior coaching, excellent talent, fierce determination, and support from people like you. Gifts to LionsFund help to provide the resources needed for LMU Athletics to achieve the highest level of success both athletically and academically. Focused on providing a well-rounded educational experience, LionsFund supports our student-athlete's quest for academic and athletic achievement through scholarship, athletic team support, and experience. If you would like to join the team and support our student-athletes in their quest for excellence, or for more information about LionsFund, please call Rob Anderson '00, assistant director of annual support for athletic giving at (310) 338-2908 or email golions@lmu.edu.

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LION ATHLETIC STAFF

Rob Anderson Asst. Dir. of Annual Support for Athletic Giving

MarĂ­a Behm Asst. AD/Business & Finance

Dr. Elena M. Bove WCC Institutional Rep.

Addie Casey Office Supervisor

Marysol Cayado Moe Asst. Director of Athletic Media Relations

June DeAmour Senior Secretary

Beth Drayer Asst. Athletic Trainer

Keith Ellison Head Athletic Trainer

Al Garcia Multi-Craftsman

Joe Gonzalez Asst. Athletic Trainer

Karina Handeland Tickets & Marketing Manager

Ryan Jamrog Corporate Relations Manager

Shelton Lorick Multi-Craftsman

Brian Luft Director of Development for Athletics

Robyn Millen Business Affairs Assistant

Rudy Ramirez Athletic Facilities Manager

Chris Rounds Strength & Conditioning Coach

Dr. Michael E. Mulvihill NCAA Faculty Athletic Rep.

Dan Smith Asst. AD/Compliance & Eligibility

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Alissa Zito Asst. Director of Athletic Media Relations

Betty Werner Associate Athletic Director

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2003 L ION S PEED C HART

1 DINA DEBERNARDI MB • 6-0 • RSSo-1V Scottsdale, AZ

KACEY KNAUF S • 5-8 • Fr-HS La Canada, CA

JACENE DIMSON DS • 5-7 • Jr-2V Costa Mesa, CA

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COURTNAY LEONARD DS • 5-5 • Fr-HS San Jose, CA

ELIZABETH SAMSON DS • 5-3 • Sr-3V Saratoga, CA

MEGAN WOOTON S/DS • 5-6 • Jr-2V Stockton, CA

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SANDY KRONE OH • 6-0 • Fr-HS Sabastopol, CA

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JODY CARLSON OH • 6-2 • Jr-2V Irvine, CA

KRISTA HOUSEMAN MB/OH • 6-3 • So-1V Brentwood, CA

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MICHELLE LOOK OH • 5-11 • So-1V Kailua, HI

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KELLI NERISON MB • 6-2 • Jr-2V Laguna Niguel, CA

TIANA NEWSOME MB • 5-11 •Sr-3V Peoria, AZ

KEALANI KIMBALL MB/OH • 5-11 • Sr-3V Kaunakakai, HI

TIFFINY SELF DS • 5-9 • So-1V Hughson, CA

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CATHERINE SVORINICH DS • 5-7 • Fr-HS Costa Mesa, CA

10 ROXANNE ORSINI OH • 6-0 • Sr-1V Long Beach, CA

NICOLE OEHLMAN S • 5-10 • RSJr-2V Sebastopol, CA

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