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Lindsey Wilson College 210 Lindsey Wilson Street Columbia, KY 42728 270-384-7327 - Volleyball Offices 270-384-8070 - Athletic Administration 270-384-8039 - Athletics Fax

2011 Lindsey Wilson Volleyball Media Guide

Lindsey Wilson Volleyball Staff

(EMAILS - LastNameFirstInitial@Lindsey.Edu)

Head Coach ..................................................... Andy Cavins Assistant Coach ............................................. Marcy Robbins Head Athletic Trainer ........................................... Chris Miller Assistant Athletic Trainer ..................................Laurie Gerber Athletic Trainer .............................................Rebecca Phillips Athletic Trainer .................................................Emily Rigney Athletic Trainer .................................................. Josh Wright

Athletic Administration

Athletic Director ............................................... Assistant Athletic Director/SID ........................... Assistant Sports Info. Director ............................ Facilities and Event Management ........................ Administrative Assistant .................................... Athletics Intern ................................................

Willis Pooler Chris Wells Dan White Mike Talley Beth Boisvert Nelson Pouliot

Lindsey Wilson Coaches/Administration...................1 Schedule ............................................................2 Volleyball Facility .................................................3 Season Outlook ...................................................4 Coaching Staff ..................................................5-6 Roster/Team Picture .............................................7 Meet The Players ............................................ 8-21 2010 Review ..................................................... 22 NAIA Champions of Character.............................. 23 This is Lindsey Wilson.................................... 24-25 Columbia, Ky. .................................................... 26 Meet The President/Athletic Director ................ 27-28 Sports Information............................................. 29 Mid-South Conference ........................................ 30 Record Book ................................................ 31-36

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2011 schedule 2011 Lindsey Wilson Volleyball Schedule Tuesday

August 23

6 p.m.

at IU-Southeast

New Albany, Ind.

Monday

August 29

6 p.m.

Bethel College

Columbia, Ky.

Wednesday

August 31

6 p.m.

at Cincinnati Christian

Cincinnati, Ohio

Scott Jones Classic Volleyball Tournament - Hosted by Trevecca Nazarene University Friday

September 2

3 p.m.

Kentucky Christian University Nashville, Tenn.

Friday

September 2

7 p.m.

at Trevecca Nazarene University Nashville, Tenn.

Saturday

September 3

11 a.m.

Mid-Continent College

Nashville, Tenn.

Saturday

September 3

3 p.m.

Cumberland University

Nashville, Tenn.

Tuesday

September 6

6 p.m.

at CAMPBELLSVILLE UNIV.

Campbellsville, Ky.

Wednesday

September 7

6:30 p.m.

UNIV. OF THE CUMBERLANDS Columbia, Ky.

TranSouth/Mid-South Volleyball Classic

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Friday

September 9

2 p.m.

at Cumberland University

Lebanon, Tenn.

Friday

September 9

6 p.m.

Union University

Lebanon, Tenn.

Saturday

September 10

9 a.m.

Martin Methodist College

Lebanon, Tenn.

Saturday

September 10

11 a.m.

Mid-Continent College

Lebanon, Tenn.

Thursday

September 15

7 p.m.

at GEORGETOWN COLLEGE

Georgetown, Ky.

Tuesday

September 20

TBA

at Asbury College

Wilmore, Ky.

Thursday

September 22

7 p.m.

ST. CATHARINE COLLEGE

Columbia, Ky.

Saturday

September 24

TBA

at Bethel College

McKenzie, Tenn.

Wednesday

September 28

6 p.m.

Cumberland University

Columbia, Ky.

Thursday

September 29

6 p.m.

UVA.-WISE

Columbia, Ky.

Saturday

October 1

2 p.m.

WEST VIRGINIA TECH

Columbia, Ky.

Tuesday

October 4

6 p.m.

at Brescia University

Owensboro, Ky.

Thursday

October 6

6 p.m.

at UNIV. OF PIKEVILLE

Pikeville, Ky.

Tuesday

October 11

6 p.m.

at SHAWNEE STATE UNIV.

Portsmouth, Ohio

Wednesday

October 12

6 p.m.

at UNIV. OF RIO GRANDE

Rio Grande, Ohio

Tuesday

October 18

6:30 p.m.

at UNIV. OF THE CUMBERLANDS Williamsburg, Ky.

Thursday

October 20

7 p.m.

GEORGETOWN COLLEGE

Columbia, Ky.

Monday

October 24

6 p.m.

IU-Southeast

Columbia, Ky.

Tuesday

October 25

6 p.m.

at ST. CATHARINE COLLEGE

St. Catharine, Ky.

Thursday

October 27

7 p.m.

CAMPBELLSVILLE UNIV.

Columbia, Ky.

Tuesday

November 1

6 p.m.

Asbury College

Columbia, Ky.

Tuesday

November 9-10

TBA

MSC Tournament

Frankfort, Ky.

Saturday

November 20

TBA

NAIA Opening Round

Campus Sites

Tuesday

November 30-Dec. 4 TBA

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NAIA National Championship

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Volleyball FaciltY Biggers Sports Center

Biggers Sports Center Details •Two sections of seating for 1,500 fans. One side is all chair-back seats, the other is traditional bleacher seating. •Concession stand and restrooms. •Located centrally on campus behind the student union building and to the right of the Roberta D. Cramner Dining Center. •Volleyball specific locker room, referee locker rooms and equipment room. •Two scoreboards on each end of the court. Biggers Sports Center was built on the Lindsey Wilson College campus in 1991 with seating for 1,500 fans who routinely pack the gym for big matches within the Mid-South Conference. Volleyball and men's and women's basketball enjoy their own locker rooms at the facility, while also providing a visiting locker room. Press row at Biggers Sports Center offers room for home and visiting media and radio, while Lindsey Wilson's games are shown live through the Lindsey Wilson Sports Network on iHigh.com. Biggers offers wireless internet for use by home or visiting game administrators. Aside from volleyball, the Blue Raider basketball and wrestling teams also host their home events at the gym. Graduation and other campus events are routinely held inside Biggers. The gym has a brick exterior and can be found centrally on campus behind the Student Union Building or to the right and up the steps from the Roberta D. Cramner Dining Center. Parking at Biggers Sports Center is limited and is available behind the back entrance of the gym. Additional parking is available in the larger lots adjacent to Fairgrounds Street, down the hill from the gym.

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Season outlook Cavins Looks to Make his Mark at LWC With the hiring of Andy Cavins as head volleyball coach at Lindsey Wilson, new recruiting doors were opened and instantly he signed a group of student-athletes that will join the veterans already on campus and try to bring a new wave of success to Blue Raider volleyball. When talking to Cavins about goals for his team, the Texas native likes to keep things simple. “The goal of our staff is very simple, we plan to recruit quality athletes that emphasize being an ideal student-athlete,” Cavins said. “We expect our success on the court to continue in the classroom and the community. “It’s the dedication and commitment to success in all three areas that will lead this program to national recognition. We feel that we have the right group of young women that can compete with any team that is put in front of us.” The Blue Raiders have been competitive within the Mid-South Conference the past two seasons, but under Cavins he hopes to take that next step of competing for conference championships. “We strive to run a quicktempo offense,” Cavins said. “However, we want to provide our athletes with the best chance to be successful offensively. It’s important to utilize the different strengths of certain players. The most important aspect of our offensive approach is that we are constantly in an aggressive attack mode, regardless of the development of the play.” While the incoming recruiting class is impressive for the 2011 season, it’s the ability of the returners to mesh and lead the new Rachael Anderson

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teammates that will help set the aggressive tone. “Our returners will provide the foundation for the transformation of our program,” Cavins said. “We expect our captains, Rachael Anderson and Kayla Koerber, to guide this team all year. “Audra McNabney and Ashlie Haworth both have the talent to make a significant impact on the court and aiding in the growth and development of the newcomers. Haley Barnes, Emily Meeks and Angela Mlachnik will make us better every day and with further development, will make a huge impact on the program.” Cavins has no problem expecting big things out of the veterans he inherited, but his most important goal is finding a way to get his talented recruiting class ready to compete at the collegiate level. “We expect major contributions from each recruit in our 2011 class,” Cavins said. “Alex Kibsey on the outside should be someone we can rely on to rack up kills while providing stellar defense and impressive serving ability. “Sarah Anderson and Sierra Wilkerson give us size and speed that should make an instant impact at the net. Taylor Hayne and Kirsten King are exciting for us because they are both so versatile and will make a sizeable contribution at multiple positions. “Alyssa Cuthbert could be the linchpin with her reliable setting and natural leadership.” With all the talent available with a solid base of returners and exciting crop of newcomers, the biggest change for the volleyball program will be the amount of depth available at multiple positions. “Both setters, senior Andrea Taylor and Cuthbert, are experienced collegiate setters,” Cavins said. “Andrea knows our system completely and had a much improved spring campaign. Alyssa will be new to our program, but gives us added size at the setter position and is someone that leads by example. “Our libero position is held by Anderson. Rachael is a senior and has truly dedicated herself to being a model athlete for her final

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season. She will be flanked at the defensive-specialist position by Mlachnik and King.” The Blue Raider middle could be the most improved spot on the court. “In the middle we are lead by Koerber, Kayla had an impresKayla Koerber

sive spring and is one of the most dedicated student-athletes that I’ve had the pleasure to coach,” Cavins said. “We also expect major contributions from Wilkerson. As a newcomer to the program, Sierra possesses arguably the best jumping ability on the team and will be relied upon to be a force in the middle. “Meeks provide us with phenomenal depth and is our physically strongest athlete.” The deepest spot and arguably most important for a successful volleyball team is the group of outside hitters assembled on the roster. “Outside hitter is by far our deepest position on this year’s squad,” Cavins said. “We have returning starters McNabney and Haworth, who will compete for a spot. Not to mention Kibsey, King and Hayne who are newcomers we intend to utilize and feature.” And lastly there is the big addition at right-side hitter which is 6-1 freshman Sarah Anderson, who figures to be a mainstay in the Blue Raider attack. “The addition of Sarah Anderson provides us with size, athleticism and strength that will be hard to match in our conference at the right-side position,” Cavins said. “At 6-1, Anderson should provide us with a shut-down blocker against the conference’s elite outside hitters.”

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coaching staff

Head Coach

Andy Cavins

•Education Baylor University (Texas) 2004

Andy Cavins took over coaching duties for the Lindsey Wilson volleyball program in January of 2011 and will be coaching his first season with the Blue Raiders. Cavins spent the last two seasons as head coach at NCAA Div. III Letourneau (Texas) University. He is a former assistant coach at the University of Georgia. Most recently, Cavins coached at the Dallas Premier and Dallas Summit Volleyball Clubs. Cavins coached the 17 and 15 under age groups. At Letourneau, Cavins took over for a program that had just completed a 2-28 season with no conference wins in 2008. During Cavin’s tenure, the team compiled the most wins in the program’s history over a two-year span and finished fourth in its 15-team conference in 2010. In addition to its top-four conference finish, Cavins’ team amassed a 3.23 cumulative grade point average -- the highest of any sport on the Letourneau campus. His team also concluded the season with five all-conference players, including the American Southwest Conference sportsmanship award winner. As an assistant at Georgia, Cavins was part of a staff that inherited a Bulldog team that had finished 6-25 in the season prior to their arrival. Cavins helped Georgia to a 17-13 record in his first season with the Bulldogs and had a First Team All-Southeastern Conference performer and a First Team All-SEC Freshman team selection. Cavins’ main responsibilities at Georgia included on-court development, recruiting coordinator and camp director. As a staff, Georgia was able to sign a Top-50 recruiting class that included the nation’s second-ranked setter. Cavins replaces Heather Collins, who stepped down from the position in November due to family responsibilities. Cavins -- a former NCAA Division I baseball student-athlete at Baylor University -- also used his time on campus to serve as a student assistant for the Baylor volleyball team. Cavins participated as a practice player, on-court trainer and facility manager. Including his work at the Dallas club, Cavins also has coached club volleyball in Georgia -- where he was co-director and 18’s Open coach. He also worked with the Dallas Juniors Volleyball Club and the Addison Boy’s Volleyball Club. Cavins also enjoys experience as a volleyball camp director at every level. He has led six different high-school camps, the Fort Worth YMCA camp, and camps at Southern Methodist University, Baylor, Georgia and Letourneau.

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Assistant Coach

Marcy Robbins

•Education Marian College (Ind.) (2008)

Marcy Robbins enters her third season at Lindsey Wilson College as assistant coach with the volleyball program. Robbins arrives at Lindsey Wilson after four years as a volleyball student-athlete. Robbins spent three seasons at Franklin (Ind.) College, an NCAA Division III member and one season at Marian (Ind.) College of the NAIA. As team captain at Franklin College, Robbins was named a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week. She led the squad with a 3.37 kills per game average, while also contributing 313 digs in 2007. Robbins spent last season as varsity assistant coach at Bedford North Lawrence (Ind.) High School and head coach of the Limestone Capital 12 and under club team. Robbins also volunteers at high school camps and youth leagues in her hometown of Bedford, Ind.

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team picture/roster

Back Row (L-R): Head Coach Andy Cavins, Sierra Wilkerson, Taylor Hayne, Sarah Anderson, Haley Barnes, Emily Meeks, Kayla Koerber, Asst. Coach Marcy Robbins. Front Row (L-R): Alyssa Cuthbert, Angela Mlachnik, Rachael Anderson, Alex Kibsey, Andrea Taylor, Kirsten King, Ashlie Haworth.

Numerical Roster

Alphabetical Roster

NO. NAME

POS.

YR. HT.

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)

2

Emily Meeks

MH/OPP Fr.

5-10 Princeton, Ky. (Caldwell Co. HS)

4

Haley Barnes

MH/OPP Fr.

6-0

5

Angela Mlachnik

DS/S

7

Lexington, Ky. (Paul Lawrence Dunbar HS)

So. 5-7

Muskego, Wis. (Muskego HS)

Audra McNabney OH

Fr.

5-8

Murrieta, Calif. (Vista Murrieta HS)

9

Rachael Anderson DS/L

Jr.

5-8

Lexington, Ky. (Lafayette HS)

10

Kayla Koerber

MH/OPP Jr.

11

Andrea Taylor

S/OH

So. 5-8

Louisville, Ky. (Assumption HS)

12

Sarah Anderson

OH

Fr.

6-1

Carrollton, Texas (Hebron HS)

15

Alyssa Cuthbert

S

Jr.

5-9

Brownstown Twp, Mich. (Schoolcraft Coll.)

14

Taylor Hayne

OH

Fr.

5-10 Terre Haute, Ind. (Terre Haute S. Vigo HS)

1

Alex Kibsey

OH

So. 5-8

3

Kirsten King

DS/OH Fr.

5-5

Silvis, Ill. (Moline HS)

8

Sierra Wilkerson

MH

6-0

The Colony, Texas (The Colony HS)

Fr.

5-10 Floyds Knobs, Ind. (Christian Academy HS)

Winnipeg, Canada (Frank Phillips Coll.)

9

Rachael Anderson

12

Sarah Anderson

4

Haley Barnes

15

Alyssa Cuthbert

13

Ashlie Haworth

14

Taylor Hayne

1

Alex Kibsey

3

Kirsten King

10

Kayla Koerber

7

Audra McNabney

2

Emily Meeks

6

Angela Mlachnik

11

Andrea Taylor

8

Sierra Wilkerson

7


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Meet the Players

Rachael Anderson DS/LIBERO 5-8 Senior Lexington, Ky. (Lafayette HS)

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As s a Junior: Junio un nio or: r One On ne o off three players to appear in all 35 g games, ames am es e s, getting ge ettin tttin ing g on n tthe he ec court ou urt r for a 116 sets...Led the team defensively ensive en ely ly with wi ith h 517 517 d digs, ig gs, the s sixth i ix most ever recorded in a single e seas season as son att L Lindsey iin nds ndsey dsey ds yW Wilson...Moved illso s n....M M into first place all time in digs gs at at Lindsey Lind Li ndse nd s y Wi se W Wilson lso ls on w with ith it h 1,533 in her career...Served 23 aces ces so on n the the se seas season...Recorded as son on.. n.. ....Rec e ord orde a season-high four service aces s ag against gainstt Bethel Beth Be t el ((Tenn.) th Tenn Te n .)) Un nn University niv ve on Sept. 17...Collected a seasonaso onhigh hig gh h 27 27 di dig digs gs o on nO Oct. ct. 9 against Brenau (Ga.) University... y..... Named Na ame m d Al A Alll Mid Mid-South d-So out u h Conference Honorable Mention. As a Sophomore: Sop phom homore ho e: P Played in all 35 games, finishing tied ed for s se second eco cond o on n tthe he team te eam a with 117 sets…Collected 363 digs…Posted …P Posted 24 4s service ervi er vice ce ea aces…Had c s… ce …Ha Had d a season-high 32 digs against Pikeville keville ke (K (Ky.) Ky. y ) Co College oll l eg ge (1 ((10/27). 0/27) As a Freshman: As Fre resh shm sh ma an: n Pl Pla Played a in a team-high 125 sets, notching chiing ng 12 k 12 kills illls sa and nd 3 38 8 servic service aces…Collected a team-high 653 53 d digs, igs, ig s, aver av averaging e ag er agin ing in g 5. 5.22 2 digs per set...Named All Mid-South Conference nfer nf eren ence ce Honorable Ho ono nora r bl ra b e Me Me Mention. Personal: Major: Human Services and Counseling…Parents: P Pe rson rs onal on al:: M al ajor aj o : Hu are r nts: s Anne An n a ne and nd T Tim im mA Anderson…Siblings: n er nd ers Emily…Birthday: April pri ril il 4, 19 1989. 989 89.. F Fa Favorites: vo ori rite te tes es: s: H Hobbies: obbi ob bies bi es:: Reading…TV Show: Real Housewives es iv ives ves so off Jersey…Food: Chocolate…Subject: Any counseling class… New Ne w Jers Je ers sey y…Foo …F Food: oo od: d C gc lass la s … Song: You The Song So ng g: Yo Y u Lie by yT h Band Perry…Movie: 101 Dalmations… he ons… s s… Professional Prof Pr ofes essi es s on si nal Athlete: Mia Hamm…Midnight Snack: McFlurries… Flu lurr rrie ies… s… Person You To the Most: My granny…Favorite LWC Pers Pe rson on nY ou Look Up T WC C Moment: Campbellsville in conference my freshman Mo ome men nt: Beating Ca nt shma an year. y ye a. ar Year Y Ye ear ar

SP

K

H Pct.

A

SA

Digs

TB T

2008 20 08 8

125

1 12

.109

13

38

653

0

20 2009 009

117 11 7

5

-.179

26

24

363

0

2010 20 01 10 0

116 1 11 16

3

-.115

19

23

517

0

20

-.058

58

85

1,533

0

Totals 358 T ta To als 3 58

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Kayla Koerber MIDDLE HITTER 5-10 Senior Floyd Knobs, Ind. (Christian Academy HS)

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As a Junior: Played in 33 games and 106 sets as a junior... Finished third on the team with a ,176 hitting percentage on 172 kills which were a career high...Blocked a team-leading 48 attacks to move to ninth place all time in the career-block list with 166...Tallied a season-high 19 kills against Pikeville (Ky.) College on Oct. 5...Recorded a season-high in blocks against Pikeville as well with six...Named All Mid-South Conference Honorable Mention...Earned NAIA Scholar Athlete and All-MSC Academic honors. As a Sophomore: Improved kill number to 145 in 114 sets... Dug 44 balls and set back 48 blocks...Dished out nine assists and hit six service aces...Named Academic All Mid-South Conference. As a Freshman: A reliable hitter right away, played 86 sets with 122 kills for a .192 hitting percentage...Tough player to beat at the net, tallying 70 blocks and 17 digs...Finished with three service aces. Personal: Major: English - Secondary Education...Parents: John and Michelle Koerber...Siblings: Ryan, Lily...Birthday: Feb. 24, 1990. Favorites: Hobbies: Reading…TV Show: Sportscenter…Food: Mexican…Subject: English…Song: Medicine by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals…Movie: Beauty and the Beast…Professional Athlete: Peyton Manning and Chipper Jones…Midnight Snack: Cookie dough…Person You Look Up To the Most: My parents…Favorite LWC Moment: Beating Campbellsville in conference.

Year

SP

K

H Pct.

A

SA

Digs

TB

2008

86

122

.192

4

3

17

70

2009

114

145

.141

9

6

44

48

2010

106

172

.176

11

5

53

48

Totals 306

439

.168

24

14

114

166

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Alyssa Cuthbert SETTER Junior Brownstown Township, Mich. (Schoolcraft College)

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At Schoolcraft College: Played 97 sets as a sophomore at Schoolcraft, dishing out a team-high 868 assists...Finished tied for third on the team with 36 blocks...Tallied 74 kills, 11 service aces and 198 digs...Helped team to a 19-12 record... As a freshman Cuthbert helped Schoolcraft record a 21-16 record as a reserve setter...Dished out 32 assists and hit 20 service aces...Found 83 digs on defense and recorded eight kills in just 52 sets. Personal: Major: Biology…Parents: Scott and Sandi Cuthbert…Siblings: Ashley, Amber…Birthday: April 9, 1991. Favorites: Hobbies: Reading…TV Show: How I Met Your Mother…Food: Cottage Pie…Subject: Math…Movie: Beauty and the Beast…Professional Athlete: Justin Verlander…Midnight Snack: Pop-Tarts…Person You Look Up To the Most: My family…Favorite LWC Moment: Moving day.

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Ashlie Haworth OUTSIDE HITTER 5-7 Junior Floyds Knobs, Ind. (Floyd Central HS)

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As a Sophomore: Appeared in 114 sets with time in all 35 matches…Finished second on the team with 305 kills for a .062 hitting percentage…Led the team for the second straight season in service aces with 51…Named All Mid-South Conference Honorable Mention…Tied a career-high in single-match kills with 20 against the University of Virginia’s College at Wise on Oct. 2…Also recorded six service aces against UVa.Wise on Oct. 2. As a Freshman: Appeared in all 35 matches as a freshman… Finished second in kills with 292…Finished tied for second on the team with playing time in 117 sets…Registered a careerhigh .122 hitting percentage…Led the team in service aces with 57…Named to the All Mid-South Conference First Team… Ranked No. 33 in the NAIA in total service aces…Ranked 47th nationally in aces per game at 0.49…Tallied a season-high 20 kills against the University of Rio Grande (Ohio) on Sept. 17… Dug 29 balls against Pikeville (Ky.) College on Oct. 27…Registered seven service aces against West Virginia Tech on Oct. 11. Personal: Major: Business Management...Parents: John and Michelle Haworth...Siblings: Jordan, Emily, Mackenzie...Birthday: Aug. 9, 1990. Favorites: Hobbies: Making crafts…TV Show: Sons of Anarchy…Food: Steak…Subject: Accounting…Song: Barefoot Blue Jean Night…Movie: The Proposal…Professional Athlete: Peyton Manning…Midnight Snack: Milk…Person You Look Up To the Most: My grandma.

Year

SP

K

H Pct.

A

SA

Digs

TB

2009

117

292

.122

12

57

374

14

2010

114

305

.062

12

51

300

13

Totals 231

597

.089

24

108

674

27

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Angela Mlachnik DS/SETTER 5-7 Junior Muskego, Wis. (Muskego HS)

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As a Sophomore: Appeared in 24 matches, playing in 75 sets...Dished out 98 assists and recorded 11 service aces... Named Academic All Mid-South Conference. As a Freshman: A defensive specialist, saw action in 103 sets, recording 115 digs...Also connected on 13 services aces and dished out five assists. Personal: Major: Nursing...Parents: Duane and Kathy Mlachnik...Siblings: Erica Cook, Anthony, Aubrey, Marla and D.J.... Birthday: June 5, 1990. Favorites: Hobbies: Basketball and running…TV Show: Dexter…Food: Pickles and cheesecake…Subject: Math…Song: Give Me Everything by Pitbull…Movie: Baby Mamma…Professional Athlete: Aaron Rogers…Midnight Snack: Cheez-Its…Person You Look Up To the Most: My parents.

Year

SP

K

H Pct.

A

SA

Digs

TB

2009

103

4

.032

5

13

115

0

2010

75

5

.056

98

11

128

0

9

.041

103

24

243

0

Totals 178

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Andrea Taylor SETTER/OUTSIDE HITTER 5-8 Junior Louisville, Ky. (Assumption HS)

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As a Sophomore: Played in all 35 matches, putting time in a team-high 119 sets...Led the team with 870 assists, the eighth most recorded in a single seaosn in program history... Moved up to fifth on the all-time assists list with 1,039...Tallied a season-high 51 assists twice, first against UVa.-Wise on Oct. 2 and again against Brenau (Ga.) University on Oct. 9...Finished second on the team with 29 service aces...Hit a season-high five aces against West Virginia Tech on Oct. 13... Also found 298 digs, including a season-high 20 on two occasions, against Brenau and University of the Cumberlands (Ky.) on Nov. 2...Aside from dishing out kill opporunities, Taylor recorded 77 kills of her own for a .208 hitting percentage...Hit a season-high eight kills against Pikeville (Ky.) College on Oct. 5...Named All Mid-South Conference Honorable Mention and Academic All-MSC. As a Freshman: Sharing time at setter with Sarah Kline, handed out 169 assists in 115 sets...Finished with 314 digs and 25 service aces...Also recorded 14 blocks. Personal: Major: Public Relations...Parents: Mike and Cheryl Taylor...Siblings: Sara Taylor Cestanic...Birthday: July 27, 1991. Favorites: Hobbies: Reading…TV Show: That 70’s Show… Food: Mac n Cheese…Subject: English…Song: Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO…Movie: Remember the Titans…Professional Athlete: Peyton Manning…Midnight Snack: Yogurt…Person You Look Up To the Most: My sister.

Year

SP

K

H Pct.

A

SA

Digs

TB

2009

115

113

.090

169

25

314

14

2010

119

77

.208

870

29

298

12

190

.131

1,039

54

612

26

Totals 234

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Haley Barnes MIDDLE HITTER 6-0 Sophomore Lexington, Ky. (Paul Lawrence Dunbar HS)

4

As a Freshman: Appeared in 29 matches and 88 sets as a freshman...Finished fifth on the team with 112 kills for a .025 hitting percentage...Handed out 32 assists and recorded 13 service aces...Collected 56 digs and sent back 14 total blocks...Netted a season-high 10 kills against St. Catharine (Ky.) College on Sept. 23...Also dished out a season-high five assists against St. Catharine...Had a high-dig mark of eight against Brenau (Ga.) University on Oct. 9...Hit five service aces against Pikeville (Ky.) College on Oct. 5...Blocked three attacks against West Virignia Tech on Aug. 28. Personal: Major: Undecided...Parents: Kent and Terri Barnes...Siblings: Taylor...Birthday: May 8, 1992. Favorites: Hobbies: Fishing and hiking…TV Show: True Life… Food: Chicken…Subject: Accounting…Song: Anything country… Movie: The Princess Bride…Professional Athlete: Kerri Walsh… Midnight Snack: Pretzels and peanut butter…Person You Look Up To the Most: My mom…Favorite LWC Moment: Malvina Farkle Day.

Year

SP

K

H Pct.

A

SA

Digs

TB

2010

88

112

.025

32

13

56

14

Totals

88

112

.025

32

13

56

14

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Alex Kibsey OUTSIDE HITTER Sophomore Winnipeg, Canada (Frank Phillips College)

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At Frank Phillips College: Played in 122 sets as a freshman...Recorded 224 kills with just 87 errors...Finished fifth on the team with 44 blocks as an outside hitter...A leader of defense, finished second on the team with 313 digs...Led the team in service aces with 70...Helped lead Frank Phillips to a 30-6 record...Lost in the NJCAA Div. I District F Championship Game 3-0 to Midland (Texas) College on Nov. 6. Personal: Major: Web and Graphic Design…Parents: Rhonda Kibsey…Siblings: Adrian, Brendan…Birthday: Oct. 5, 1992. Favorites: Hobbies: Working out…TV Show: Jersey Shore… Food: Shrimp and pickles…Subject: Art…Song: Anything by Usher…Movie: Grease…Professional Athlete: David Beckham… Midnight Snack: Chocolate milk…Person You Look Up To the Most: My mom…Favorite LWC Moment: When Rachael fell flat on her face at practice.

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Audra McNabney OUTSIDE HITTER 5-8 Sophomore Murrieta, Calif. (Vista Murrieta HS)

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As a Freshman: Played in 34 matches and 115 sets as a freshman...Hit a team-leading 361 kills for a .110 hitting percentage...Finished second on the team defensively with 362 digs...Sent back 21 blocked attacks...Registered 18 service aces and dished out 16 assists...Had a season-high 21 kills against UVa.-Wise on Oct. 2...Reccorded a season-high 27 digs against Brenau (Ga.) University on Oct. 9...Named to the All Mid-South Conference First Team. Personal: Major: Criminal Justice...Parents: Noelani Kozlowski and Jay McNabney...Siblings: Janell, Hunter, Alexis, Dakota...Birthday: Sept. 17, 1992. Favorites: Hobbies: Tanning, shopping and the beach…TV Show: The Jersey Shore…Food: Hawaiian…Subject: Cooking… Song: Top of the World by Cataracs…Movie: The Proposal… Professional Athlete: Peyton Manning...Midnight Snack: Snickers Ice Cream…Person You Look Up To the Most: Madre.

Year

SP

K

H Pct.

A

SA

Digs

TB

2010

115

361

.110

16

18

362

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Totals 115

361

.110

16

18

362

21

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Emily Meeks MIDDLE HITTER 5-10 Sophomore Princeton, Ky. (Caldwell Co. HS)

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As a Freshman: Appeared in 28 matches and 91 sets... Finished fourth on the team with 114 kills for a .048 hitting percentage...Registered 26 service aces...Collected 94 digs and blocked 44 attacks defensively...Had a season-high 13 kills against Brescia (Ky.) University on Sept. 4...Collected a season-high 21 digs against Pikeville (Ky.) College on Oct. 5... Blocked seven shots against Trevecca Nazarene (Tenn.) University on Sept. 3. Personal: Major: Recreation, Tourism and Sports Management...Parents: Randy and Sheila Meeks...Siblings: Miranda... Birthday: March 4, 1992. Favorites: Hobbies: Being outside, drawing…Food: Pasta… Subject: Recreation…Movie: The Proposal…Midnight Snack: Oreos…Person You Look Up To the Most: My sister.

Year

SP

K

H Pct.

A

SA

Digs

TB

2010

91

114

.048

6

26

94

44

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91

114

.048

6

26

94

44

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Sarah Anderson OUTSIDE HITTER Freshman Carrollton, Texas (Hebron HS)

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High School: Played at Hebron (Texas) HS and for the Dal-las Premier Volleyball Club...Helped lead Hebron to the Texas as Class 6-5A State Championship in 2010 and a district title in n 2009. Personal: Major: Psychology…Parents: Sheila Stevens and Dan Anderson…Siblings: Philip…Birthday: Feb. 26, 1993. Favorites: Hobbies: Church, volleyball and basketball…TV Show: Family Guy…Food: Chicken…Subject: Math…Movie: Coach Carter…Professional Athlete: Dirk Nowitzki…Midnight Snack: Whataburger…Person You Look Up To the Most: My mom.

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Taylor Hayne OUTSIDE HITTER Freshman Terre Haute, Ind. o HS) (Terre Haute South Vigo

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High School: Played prep volleyball at Terre Haute South Vigo (Ind.) HS and club with Circle City...Named to the Indiana 2010 and 2009 All-Conference Team...Invited to Indiana All-Star tryout after posting 1,237 kills, 122 blocks, 90 aces and 653 digs in her high-school career. Personal: Major: Education…Parents: Allen and Mara Hayne… … Siblings: Casey, Madison Minnick…Birthday: Oct. 8, 1992. Favorites: Hobbies: Volleyball…TV Show: Law and Order… Food: Steak…Subject: Science…Movie: Horrible Bosses…Midnight Snack: Cookies…Person You Look Up To the Most: My mom.

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Kirsten King DS/Outside Hitter Freshman Silvis, Ill. (Moline HS)

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High School: A defensive specialist from Moline (Ill.) HS... Played for the Platform Elite Volleyball Club...Named All-State Honorable Mention in 2010...Registered 36 digs in a single game for Moline and 371 in a season, both are school records. Personal: Major: Undecided…Parents: Chris and Scott Sandborg…Birthday: May 26, 1993. Favorites: Hobbies: Volleyball…TV Show: Law & Order: SUV…Food: Pickles…Subject: Science…Midnight Snack: Pickles…Person You Look Up To the Most: Oprah.

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Sierra Wilkerson MIDDLE HITTER Freshman The Colony, Texas (The Colony HS)

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High School: Played for The Colony (Texas) HS, helping the team to an appearance in the 2011 Texas 4A State Semifinals...Played club with Victory Volleyball...Played varsity at The Colony for three seasons...Produced best numbers as a senior with 282 kills and a team-best 64 blocks while hitting over .350 in the state playoffs. Personal: Major: Secondary Education…Parents: Molly and Dennis Irwin...Siblings: Mercedes, Savannah, Sabryna, Terry, Abby…Birthday: Aug. 21, 1993. Favorites: Hobbies: Sand volleyball…TV Show: Grey’s Anatomy…Food: Sushi…Movie: A Walk to Remember…Professional Athlete: Dirk Nowitzki…Midnight Snack: Cold pizza…Person You Look Up To the Most: My granny Dee…Favorite LWC Moment: My recruiting visit.

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2010 review

Blue Raiders Finish Strong in Mid-South Conference Play Four games into the season the Lindsey Wilson

-- the eighth most in a single season -- to reach fifth

College Volleyball team was 0-4 and at a loss for what

on the all-time assists list with 1,039 with two seasons

it needed to do to get on the winning track.

of eligibility left to play.

Flash forward to Nov. 7 when a 3-0 win against

One of the four newcomers, freshman Audra

West Virginia Tech in the Mid-South Conference Tourna-

McNabney from Murrietta, Calif., brought an exciting

ment gave the team its third straight victory. The previ-

brand of attacking to the team, finishing the season

ous two over an improving St. Catharine (Ky.) College

with a team-high 361 kills.

team and University of the Cumberlands (Ky.), which had beaten the Blue Raiders earlier in the season. Lindsey Wilson finished the year with a 12-23

Sophomore Ashlie Haworth was next in line with 305 kills and a team-high 51 service aces. At the annual awards banquet held before the

overall record and a 6-7 mark in MSC play. The im-

MSC tournament, McNabney was named to the all-con-

provements on the court throughout the season were

ference team. Junior Kayla Koerber, Taylor, Anderson

obvious.

and Haworth were honorable-mention selections.

Using a mix of veteran players and four incom-

Four Blue Raiders earned academic all-confer-

ing freshman, Lindsey Wilson found a mix of talent on

ence honors for maintaining a 3.25 or higher grade

the court that led to strong play from every position.

point average. Koerber, Taylor, Angela Mlachnik and

Junior Rachael Anderson found 517 digs this season which made her the program’s career leader in digs with 1,533. Anderson already held the record for most digs in a season with 653 in 2008. Sophomore Andrea Taylor dished out 870 assists

June Dial earned the honor reserved for sophomores or above academic standing. The season built on improvement ended with a solid showing against highly regarded Shawnee State (Ohio) University in the MSC quarterfinals.

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Meet the President

President

William T. Luckey, Jr.

William T. Luckey Jr. has been the eighth president of Lindsey Wilson College since July 1, 1998. He has served Lindsey Wilson since 1983, holding the positions as Vice President for Enrollment Management, Vice President for Development and Vice President for Administration and Finance. As president of one of Kentucky's fastest-growing and most diverse independent liberal arts colleges, President Luckey leads a faculty and staff of more than 280 and a student body of more than 2,500. The college's annual budget is more than $37 million. The focus of President Luckey's administration is to continue Lindsey Wilson's development as a liberal arts, church-related college that is distinguished for being one of the best undergraduate teaching colleges in the nation. A native of Louisville, Kentucky, President Luckey holds a bachelor's degree in biology from Wabash College; a master's degree in business administration from Vanderbilt University's Owen Graduate School of Management; and a doctorate in higher education administration from Vanderbilt's prestigious Peabody College. He has been published and lectured widely on the subject of the "scholarship of teaching." President Luckey is married to the former Elise Hendrickson of Oldham County, Kentucky. They have three daughters: Joanne, Chelsea and Kaitie.

L-R: Katie, Elise, Bill, Chelsea and Joanne Luckey.

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Director of Athletics

Willis Pooler

Willis Pooler became Lindsey Wilson College’s second full-time director of athletics on July 7, 2003. Under Pooler’s direction, Lindsey Wilson athletics has become one of the top NAIA programs in the nation both on the field of play and in the classroom. Under Pooler’s direction, Lindsey Wilson athletics has finished in the top-10 in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Director’s Cup five out of the last seven years. In the classroom, LWC varsity student-athletes have eclipsed a 3.00 cumulative grade-point average four out of the last six academic years. In 2009-10, 11 LWC athletic programs were named NAIA Scholar Teams -the most in the Mid-South Conference. Pooler has overseen a 25 percent increase in the student-athlete population, including the initiation of the first football program in 75 years, men’s wrestling

and men’s and women’s swimming. Prior to becoming director of athletics, Pooler led the Lindsey Wilson women’s soccer program for three seasons where he guided the Blue Raiders to a 57-132 record. His 2001 team reached the program’s firstever appearance in the NAIA Women’s Soccer National Semifinals. A native of Tampa, Fla., Pooler is a 1993 Lindsey Wilson graduate. He was captain of the Blue Raider soccer team in 1992, the same year the Blue Raiders reached the NAIA National Tournament for the first time. Pooler earned is master’s of buisness adminstration in 2002 from Western Kentucky University. Pooler is married to Traci and has three sons: Tanner, Jacob and Lucas.

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Sports InformaTION Lindsey Wilson College Sports Information Assistant Athletic Director/Sports Information Director Chris Wells is in his 11th year at Lindsey Wilson College, currently serving as the assistant athletic director and sports information director while also directing the Mid-South Conference’s communication efforts as the league’s sports information director. Wells joined the Blue Raider staff in 2001 after spending two years as an assistant in the college’s public relations department. Wells attended Western Kentucky University and Lindsey Wilson College, earning his bachelor’s degree in journalism from Lindsey Wilson in 2001. During his tenure at Lindsey Wilson, Wells has led the communication efforts for three men’s soccer NAIA National Championships (2001, 2005, 2009) and a pair of women’s soccer national championships (2004,2006). Wells also helped usher in three new athletic programs, leading the promotion and media requests of football, swimming and wrestling in 2009. Along with his responsibilities in sports information, Wells also acts as the “voice of Blue Raider athletics” providing radio, television and web casts play-by-play for football, basketball and a number of the college’s Olympic sports. Wells has earned numerous awards from his peers in sports information, winning the MSC’s Sports Information Director of the Year honor five times (2002, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010). As the conference’s sports information director, Wells oversees the communication efforts for each of the league’s conference championship events, including running the entire press-row operation for the MSC Basketball Championships regularly held at the Frankfort Civic Center. Before stepping down from the position in 2010, Wells spent six seasons as the head women’s golf coach at Lindsey Wilson. Wells led the Blue Raiders to six straight NAIA National Tournament berths, including a programbest runner-up finish in 2007. The team also won six straight MSC regular-season and tournament championships under Wells. A native of Burkesville, Ky., Wells is married to the former Amy Thompson and has one daughter, Reilly, who is eight. Wells and his family reside in Columbia.

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Assistant Sports Information Director Dan White is in his third year at Lindsey Wilson College, currently serving as the assistant sports information director. White joined the Blue Raider staff in 2009 after spending a year as a communication assistant for the BIG EAST Conference in Providence, R.I. and four years as a student assistant in the University of Louisville sports information office in Louisville, Ky. The Lawrenceburg, Ky., native helps manage game-day operations for all Lindsey Wilson athletic events, while also writing news releases and game recaps. White also produces media guides for each program and works extensively with video and new media such as “LWC All-Access” for the athletic department website. Prior to joining Lindsey Wilson, White served as a communications assistant for the BIG EAST Conference, serving as the primary media contact for volleyball, softball, cross country, swimming and diving, tennis and rowing for the league, while also assisting with the media operations for football and men’s basketball. White served as the media-relations director for numerous BIG EAST Championships, working with ESPN and CBS College Sports to ensure accurate coverage of the events while also updating the conference web site and helping implement live blogging for the first time at conference championships. Before the BIG EAST, White spent four years as a student assistant for the sports information office at the University of Louisville. He worked with the Cardinals’ men’s soccer program in 2007, accompanying the team throughout its run through the BIG EAST and NCAA tournaments and worked extensively with Louisville’s online broadcasts in baseball, volleyball, softball and field hockey. White also holds a wealth of volunteer experience in media relations after working for the NBA’s Boston Celtics and MLS’ New England Revolution as their statistics representative for PA Sports Ticker in 2009. White also served the NCAA as the Blog Coordinator during the 2009 Women’s Basketball Tournament in Storrs, Conn., and served as a game-day assistant for the Providence (R.I.) College men’s and women’s basketball teams. White attended the University of Louisville where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration in 2007. He is single and resides in Glens Fork, Ky.

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Mid-South Conference MSC Administration

Commissioner ....................................Steve Baker Eligibility Chair ...................................Gene Lovel Sports Information Director .................Chris Wells Women’s Basketball Officials ................Lois Holmes Men’s Basketball Officials .....................David Bair Football Officials .................................Bobby McGrath Baseball Umpire Supervisor .................Mitch Sacks Soccer Officials Supervisor ...................Majid Rezaee Softball Umpire Supervisor ..................Dave Jersey

On April 24, 1995, the presidents of member schools, meeting in Nashville, Tenn., formed the Mid-South Conference to serve as the competitive base for their entire sports programs. The move effectively merged the athletic pursuits of similar institutions. The conference is unique in its broad based athletic competition for men and women, offering championships in 18 sports. The presidents of each school serves on the Board of Directors which directly oversees the conference and the office of the commissioner. This administrative "hands on" role of each school's president is unique among athletic conferences and ensures a proper balance in the academic pursuits of student athletes. True to its commitment to broad based athletic competition, the Mid-South Conference recognizes the value of extensive campus based sports programs that maximize the opportunities for athletic competition among their students. Championships are awarded in the following sports: MEN Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Soccer Tennis Track & Field Wrestling

CO-ED Cheerleading

WOMEN Basketball Cross Country Golf Soccer Softball Tennis Track & Field Volleyball

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Record Book Lindsey Wilson College Volleyball All-Time Individual History Updated: 12/23/10 Most Games Season: Career:

164 516

Michelle Burns Michelle Burns

1999 1997-2000

Most Kills Match: Season: Career:

35 666 1,878

Lucy Ng'ang'a Lucy Ng'ang'a Lucy Ng'ang'a

Oct. 25, 2005 2007 2004-07

Most Kills per Game Season: Career:

4.83 3.85

Lucy Ng'ang'a Lucy Ng'ang'a

2007 2004-07

Highest Kill Percentage Game: (min. 10 attempts)

.833

Season: Career:

.414 .323

Roxanne Kirchner Mirjam Pfyl Karen Liebert Lucy Ng'ang'a

Nov. 6, 2007 Sept. 24, 2008 1996 2004-07

Most Assists Match: Season: Career:

74 1,633 4,048

Felicia Sanchez Felicia Sanchez April Houseman

Sept. 23, 1999 1999 2000-03

Most Assists per Game Season: Career:

10.74 8.25

April Houseman Sarah Kline

2002 2006-09

Most Service Aces Match:

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Season: Career:

79 184

Natalie Keller Natalie Scheirmann Daniela Martinez Lucy Ng’ang’a Daniela Martinez Felicia Sanchez

Most Service Aces per Game Season: Career:

0.82 0.60

Natalie Keller Kate Smallwood

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Record Book Most Digs Match: Season: Career:

47 653 1,533

Anna Mullet Rachel Anderson Rachael Anderson

Oct. 7, 2005 2008 2008-10

Most Digs per Game Season: Career:

5.82 4.28

Natalie Keller Rachael Anderson

2003 2008-10

Most Blocks Match: Season: Career:

14.5 196 589

Lucy Ng'ang'a Lucy Ng'ang'a Lucy Ng'ang'a

Sept. 11, 2007 2007 2004-07

Most Blocks per Game Season: Career:

1.56 1.21

Melissa Poff Lucy Ng'ang'a

2001 2004-07

Lucy Ng’ang’a

Anna Mullet

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Record Book Lindsey Wilson College Volleyball All-Time Team History Updated: 12/23/10

All-Time Category National Championships Regional Championships Mid-South Conference Championships MSC Tournament Championships KIAC Championships KIAC Tournament Championships NAIA All-Americans NAIA All-Region All Mid-South Conference All KIAC Record Home Record Road Record Neutral Record Most Consecutive Wins Most Consecutive Losses Most Consecutive Home Wins Most Consecutive Home Losses

Record 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 37 6 258-327 103-76 74-131 81-120 12 17 11 7

Most Consecutive Road Wins

5

Most Consecutive Road Losses

9

Most Consecutive Neutral Wins Most Consecutive Neutral Losses

10 11

Date

1999 1994-2010 1994-2007 2000-2010 1997-99 1994-2010 1994-2010 1994-2010 1994-2010 Aug. 27 – Sept. 11, 2004 Sept. 10 – Oct. 20, 2005 Sept. 8, 1999 – Sept. 18, 2000 Sept. 12 – Oct. 20, 2004 Oct. 17 – Nov. 5, 1999 Sept. 19 – Oct. 4, 2008 Sept. 5 – Oct. 20, 2003 Sept. 12 – Nov. 1, 2005 Aug. 27 – Oct. 29, 2004 Nov. 11, 2008 - Oct. 9, 2009

Season Category Most Matches Played Most Games Played Most Wins Most Losses Most Home Wins Most Home Losses Most Road Wins Most Road Losses Most Neutral Wins Most Neutral Losses Longest Winning Streak Longest Losing Streak Best Winning Percentage

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Date 1999, 2003 1999 1999 2003, 2005 1999 1998 2008 1996 1996 1999 Aug. 27 – Sept. 11, 2004 Sept. 10 – Oct. 20, 2005 2008

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Record Book g g Worst Winning Percentage Most Kills Fewest Kills Highest Hitting Percentage Lowest Hitting Percentage Most Assists Fewest Assists Most Blocks Fewest Blocks Most Digs Fewest Digs Most Service Aces Fewest Service Aces

.100 2,007 832 .248 .088 1,845 730 444.5 123.0 3,592 1,072 367 167

2005 1999 1996 2004 2010 1999 1996 1999 2010 2003 1996 2003 1997

Single Game Category Most Kills Highest Hitting Percentage Most Assists Most Blocks Most Digs Most Service Aces

Record 81 .514 83 34.5 181 22

Date Nov. 19, 1999 (vs. Montreat College) Nov. 3, 2008 (vs. Midway College)

Nov. 6, 1999 (vs. Midway College) Sept. 11, 2007 (vs. Pikeville College) Sept. 5, 2003 (vs. College of the Ozarks)

1996 (vs. Cumberland University)

The 2008 Blue Raiders finished 28-9 overall and 8-4 in the Mid-South Conference. The team reached the finals of the MSC Tournament as it put together the best winning percentage in program history at .756.

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Record Book Lindsey Wilson College Volleyball All-Time Statistical Leaders Updated: 12/23/10 Kills Season 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

666 576 566 506 505 488 437 422 415 403

Lucy Ng’ang’a – 2007 Etanislada Cuello – 2004 Michelle Burns – 1999 Michelle Burns – 1998 Tiffany Cloud – 2003 Mirjam Pfyl – 2008 Lucy Ng’ang’a – 2006 Lucy Ng’ang’a – 2004 Michelle Burns – 2000 Stephanie DeMarsh – 1999

Career 1. 1,878 2. 1,835 3. 1,053 4. 909 5. 891 6. 774 7. 735 8. 673 9. 618 10. 610

Lucy Ng’ang’a (2004-07) Michelle Burns (1997-2000) Tiffany Cloud (2000-03) Roxanne Kirchner (2004-07) Stephanie DeMarsh (1999-2002) Nichole Darrow (1997-2000) Brianna Emrick (1999-2002) Daniela Martinez (2002-04) Natalie Keller (2001-04) Melissa Poff (2001-02)

Hitting Percentage Season (min. 100 hitting attempts) 1. .414 Karen Liebert – 1996 2. .401 Violah Rotich – 2006 3. .349 Sarah Lewis – 1999 4. .347 Etanislada Cuello – 2004 5. .342 Lucy Ng’ang’a – 2006 6. .341 Lucy Ng’ang’a – 2007 7. .328 Lucy Ng’ang’a – 2004 8. .321 Michelle Burns – 2000 9. .307 Mirjam Pfyl – 2008 10. .304 Michelle Burns – 1999

Career (min. 400 hitting attempts) 1. .323 Lucy Ng’ang’a (2004-07) 2. .276 Michelle Burns (1997-2000) 3. .257 Melissa Poff (2001-02) 4. .245 Nichole Darrow (1997-2000) 5. .234 Rachel Achieng (2007-09) 6. .218 Sarah Kline (2006-09) 7. .206 Daniela Martinez (2002-04) 8. .200 Nicole Brown (1997-98) 9. .176 Natalie Keller (2001-04) 10. .173 Tonya Reed (2005-06)

Assists Season 1. 1,633 2. 1,606 3. 1,353 4. 1,069 5. 1,036 6. 1,022 7. 976 8. 870 9. 826 10. 753

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Felicia Sanchez – 1999 April Houseman – 2003 April Houseman – 2002 Sarah Kline – 2008 Felicia Sanchez – 1998 Sarah Kline – 2006 Sofia Zuluaga – 2004 Andrea Taylor – 2010 Kelley Burke – 2007 Amber Kuhn – 2005

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

4,048 3,802 3,178 1,503 1,039 976 753 701 693 525

April Houseman (2000-03) Felicia Sanchez (1998-2001) Sarah Kline (2006-09) Kelley Burke (2006-09) Andrea Taylor (2009-10) Sofia Zuluaga (2004) Amber Kuhn (2005) Kim Harris (1997) Karen Liebert (1996) Natalie Keller (2001-04)

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