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AUGUST 30-31 Holy Cross/UMass Lowell Tournament (Worcester, Mass.) 30 at UMass Lowell 7 p.m. 31 vs. Stony Brook 3 p.m. at Holy Cross 7 p.m. SEPTEMBER 4 ST. FRANCIS (NY) 7 p.m. 6-7 Sacred Heart Invitational (Fairfield, Conn.) 6 vs. Maryland Eastern Shore 7 p.m. 7 vs. American 10 a.m. at Sacred Heart 5 p.m. 13-14 Big Green Invitational (Hanover, N.H.) 13 vs. Providence 10 a.m. at Dartmouth 7:30 p.m. 14 vs. Grand Canyon 12 p.m. vs. Central Connecticut State 5 p.m. 19 HOWARD 5 p.m. 21 at Marist* 1 p.m. 22 at Siena* 1 p.m. 25 at Saint Peter’s* 7 p.m. 28 FAIRFIELD* 1 p.m. 29 QUINNIPIAC* 1 p.m.

OCTOBER 5 at Niagara* 6 at Canisius* 12 IONA* 16 NJIT 19 SAINT PETER’S* 20 RIDER* 23 at Fairleigh Dickinson 26 SIENA* 27 MARIST*

1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 6 p.m.

NOVEMBER 2 CANISIUS* 1 p.m. 3 NIAGARA* 1 p.m. 6 at Rider* 7 p.m. 9 at Fairfield* 1 p.m. 10 at Quinnipiac* 1 p.m. 16 at Iona* 7 p.m. 23-24 MAAC Championships (Loudonville, N.Y.) 23 TBA 24 TBA *-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference match Home matches in CAPS


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Location......................................................................................... Riverdale, N.Y. Enrollment....................................................................................................3,200 Founded.......................................................................................................... 1853 Nickname................................................................................................... Jaspers Colors...................................................................... Green (PMS # 349) & White Conference......................................................... Metro Atlantic Athletic (MAAC) President....................................................................Brennan O’Donnell, Ph. D. Executive Vice President/Provost...................................... William Clyde, Ph. D. Vice President of Student Life.......................................Richard Satterlee, Ph. D. Director of Athletics.............................................................Robert J. Byrnes, ‘68 Associate Athletic Director............................................................. Noah LeFevre Assistant Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator......Deborah Gregory Assistant Athletic Director/Athletic Communications...............................Pete McHugh Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine......Doug Straley MS,ATC,CSCS Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities and Event Management...........Amanda McEntire Assistant Director of Athletics/Compliance.....................................Alyssa Shale Athletics Travel Coordinator...................................................................Jim Duffy Academic Advisors.................................... Br. David Trichtinger, Rory Redmond Athletics Team Physicians............................................. Anthony Maddalo, M.D. .......................................................Greg Cavaliere, M.D., Nicole Solomos, D.O. Team Chiropractor............................................................ Theresa Pirraglia, D.C. Secretary.............................................................................................Susan Pape Athletic Department Phone.............................................................718-862-7227 Athletic Department Fax..................................................................718-862-8020 Website................................................................................ www.GoJaspers.com

FROM SOUTH:

Triborough Bridge — Follow signs to Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) North, and proceed to the Van Cortlandt Park South Exit. Bear right and go back over the Expressway toward Broadway. Make a right at Broadway. At second traffic light, turn left onto Manhattan College Parkway. Make another left and follow campus road to Draddy Gymnasium. Henry Hudson Parkway — Take Exit 20, W. 239th St. This puts you on Henry Hudson Parkway Service Road. At stop sign, bear left through intersection (past monument). Bear right at fork (before overpass) onto Manhattan College Parkway. Go left to Draddy Gymnasium parking lot.

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Saw Mill River Parkway to Henry Hudson Parkway. Take Exit 21, W. 246th St., straight on the Henry Hudson Parkway Service Road. At 239th St. (second traffic light), turn left, then again (around monument). Bear right at fork (before overpass) onto Manhattan College Parkway. Go left to Draddy Gymnasium parking lot. New York State Thruway South (I-87) connects with the Major Deegan to Van Cortlandt Park South Exit. Turn right at top of ramp then right onto Broadway. At second traffic light, turn left onto Manhattan College Parkway. Make another left and follow campus road to Draddy Gymnasium.

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Bronx Whitestone or Throgs Neck Bridge to Cross Bronx Expressway South (I-95). Take Major Deegan Expressway North (I-87) to Van Cortlandt Park South Exit. Bear right, going back over the Expressway, and make a right onto Broadway. At second traffic light, turn left onto Manhattan College Parkway. Make another left and follow campus road to Draddy Gymnasium.

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George Washington Bridge—Follow signs to Henry Hudson Parkway northbound (for automobiles only; otherwise take Major Deegan Expressway northbound). Take Exit 20, W. 239th St. This puts you on Henry Hudson Parkway Service Road. At stop sign bear left through intersection (past monument). Bear right at fork (before overpass) onto Manhattan College Parkway. Make another left and follow road to Draddy Gymnasium. *Note: Buses and trucks must follow directions using Major Deegan Expressway. Commercial vehicles are not allowed on Henry Hudson Parkway.

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS PETE MCHUGH Assistant Athletic Director of Atheltic Communications Office Phone: 718-862-7228 pete.mchugh@manhattan.edu

JOE CLIFFORD Assistant Sports Information Director Volleyball Contact Office Phone 718-862-7709 Joseph.Clifford@manhattan.edu

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Now entering his fifth season as the Head Coach of the Manhattan College volleyball team, Mark Jones has seen his squad emerge as a perennial contender in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC). The Jaspers finished 15-15 in 2012, their third consecutive season with at least 15 wins. However, Manhattan came up just short of the MAAC Tournament, placing fifth in the conference with a 10-8 MAAC mark. Despite losing four starters from that team, Jones has the pieces in place to make another run at the MAAC title. Manhattan returns seven letterwinners, including the reigning MAAC Rookie of the Year, while eight talented newcomers, all of whom are capable of stepping in and making an immediate impact for the Jaspers, also join the fold in 2013. Jones is confident that this group can take that next step and earn a place in the MAAC Tournament. “We’re going to be fine in every aspect of our game,” Jones said. “We’ve got some players coming in that are athletic and very skilled. They’re going to step right in and we’re not going to miss a beat.”

Manhattan returns a pair of starters at outside hitter, and both figure heavily into the Jaspers’ plans for the 2013 season. Senior Ellie Wiekamp emerged as a starter late in the year before missing the final two weeks with an injury. She averaged 2.27 kills and 2.11 digs per set last season. Junior Malia McGuinness, a MAAC All-Rookie Team selection in 2011, tallied 2.67 kills, the second-highest average on the squad, and 2.57 digs per set last year. She also registered 19 service aces, the most among returning players. “We have a lot of experience on the outside,” Jones said. “Ellie and Malia will be six-rotation players, and they’ve both had matches where they hit for high numbers. They’re more than capable of getting the job done.” Adding depth on the outside are sophomore Clare Bozzo and freshman Mary Donnelly. Bozzo has a year of experience in the system under her belt and is ready to contribute when called upon. Donnelly, meanwhile, was a two-time Offensive Player of the Year at Chaparral High School in California.

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Jones has brought in a pair of transfers who are both expected to see significant time at setter. Sophomore Jade Gray comes to Manhattan from Golden West College in California, while fellow sophomore Teodora Peric spent last season at American University. Gray led Golden West to the conference championship and the finals of the California state tournament last season. She distributed 10.81 assists per set en route to a second team all-conference selection. Peric appeared in 16 matches for American in 2012, averaging 4.47 assists per set. “One of the positions that was very important for us was the setting position, so I wanted to bring in players with a little more experience,” Jones said. “These two setters bring a lot of different qualities to the court. I’m very confident in their playing ability, and I know they’re going to help us be successful.”

On the right side, the Jaspers boast one of the top players in the league in 2012 MAAC Rookie of the Year Sydney Volovski. A Preseason First Team All-MAAC selection, Volovski ranked second among all MAAC rookies in hitting percentage last season. In addition, she pounded 269 kills in 2012, the most by any returning Jasper. One of the most versatile players on the roster, Volovski handed out 18 assists at Army and posted 16 digs in a five-set win at Niagara. “Sydney can play pretty much any position for us,” Jones said. “She’s going to be a force. I think she’s going to do really well in the conference, and I expect a lot of great things from her.” Also expected to make a big impact is junior transfer Anna Kitlar, who began her collegiate career with two years at Hofstra. The 6’3 Kitlar brings a new dimension to the offense with her height. This gives Jones a number of options he didn’t

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2013 PREVIEW Yamashiro. Haselhorst saw regular playing time during each of her first two seasons in Riverdale, including a handful of starts at libero, and is ready to take on the responsibility that comes with being the full-time starter. She will be challenged for the position by Yamashiro, though. A native of Kapolei, Hawaii, Yamashiro won three consecutive conference championships at Kamehameha High School. She also played for the prestigious Jammers Volleyball Club. “Sarah and Allie are really going to compete,” Jones said. “They’re going to challenge each other all year, and I think they’re both willing to take on that challenge.”

have last season, and he envisions using both Volovski and Kitlar a lot. Backing them up on the right side will be freshman Kelsey LaCour, a native of Walnut Creek, Calif. LaCour, who can also play middle blocker, was named First Team All-Diablo Valley Athletic League last season after leading Northgate High School to its second consecutive conference championship.

MIDDLE BLOCKER Returning starter Juliana Behrens anchors Manhattan’s attack in the middle. Behrens led the Jaspers and ranked third in the MAAC with a .324 hitting percentage last season, and her 50 blocks were third-most on the team. Fellow senior Katelyn Nugent was limited by injuries to just four matches last season. Now fully healthy, she has been impressive in preseason workouts and should be in the mix for the other starting position. “I think we’re in a different situation than we were last season,” Jones said. “We’re very strong at the middle position, so in case we do have an injury, somebody can always step up. I’m very confident with the middles this year. I think they’ll do a great job.” Rounding out that strong group of middle blockers are two transfers who’ll also compete for starting roles. Erin Weis played two seasons at Iowa Western Community College, and the 6’6 Alexis Crist, who previously attended South Mountain Community College, holds the distinction of being the tallest player in program history. “We already had good skilled players defensively and hittingwise, but really needed to get a little more size,” Jones said. “We found it, and that’s only going to help our blocking and make us that much better in the long run.”

SCHEDULE Manhattan starts the season at the Holy Cross/ UMass Lowell Tournament on Aug. 30-31 before opening its home schedule against St. Francis (NY) on Sept. 4. The Jaspers also play preseason tournaments at Sacred Heart and Dartmouth, then host Howard in a mid-week nonconference match prior to their first MAAC weekend at Marist and Siena on Sept. 21-22. The MAAC underwent its first realignment since 1997-98 this summer, with longtime conference member Loyola joining the Patriot League and being replaced by Quinnipiac. The Jaspers’ first matchup with the Bobcats is at Draddy Gymnasium on Sept. 29. “You never know what’s going to happen in this conference,” Jones said. “It’s a very long season, so you’ve got to come prepared and give it 100 percent every single day.” At the conclusion of the 18-match conference schedule, the top four teams will qualify for the MAAC Tournament, which will be held at Siena’s Alumni Recreation Center from Nov. 2224. Manhattan was picked fourth in the MAAC Preseason Poll and is looking to qualify for a four-team MAAC Tournament for the first time since 2003. “It’s a lot of respect from the coaches (to be picked fourth), but what’s most important is where we finish,” Jones said. “We need to be in the top four to qualify for the conference tournament, and we need to make sure we get there in order to have an opportunity to go to the NCAA Tournament. That’s our goal for this year.”

LIBERO With the graduation of Kelsey Huntoon and Julie Bies, the libero position is up for grabs. The leading candidates to take over the role are junior Sarah Haselhorst and freshman Allie

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MARK JONES

Head Coach (Washington State ’95) • Fifth Season (59-67)

with the Cougars’ women’s program during the fall and was head coach of the men’s squad in the spring. The women’s team qualified for the NCAA Tournament and finished the year ranked in the Top 25 during each of his four seasons, including an appearance in the regional finals in 1996. Washington State went 27-6 that season, finishing second in the Pac-10 and earning a year-end national ranking of No. 7. The Washington State men’s team went 99-22 during his four seasons at the helm. Jones’ teams went 46-4 in the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Volleyball Association, including consecutive 13-0 campaigns in 1997-98. Jones led the Cougars to four straight PIVA championships and a third-place finish in the 1998 National Collegiate Volleyball Championships. After one season as the top assistant with Northwestern State’s women’s program in 1998, Jones moved on to William Woods University, where he was the top assistant with both the men’s and women’s programs in 1999-2000. He was named head coach of both programs in August 2000. The women’s team won at least 18 matches and finished third in the America Midwest Conference during each of his three seasons at the helm. After going 13-13 during his first season as mentor of the Owls’ men’s team, Jones was named Mid-America Men’s Volleyball Intercollegiate Conference Coach of the Year in 2002. That season, he led William Woods to a 31-4 record and the NAIA National Championship. His 2003 squad finished the season ranked fifth in the nation with an 18-11 overall record. Overall, Jones went 6228 with the William Woods men’s team and 57-49 with the women’s program. A 1995 graduate of Washington State, Jones won four varsity letters as a member of the Cougars’ men’s volleyball team. He received master’s degrees from William Woods in 2001 and Tennessee State in 2007.

Mark Jones enters his fifth season as Manhattan’s head volleyball coach, and his third in a full-time capacity. In 2010, he was named Anaconda Sports Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Coach of the Year after leading the Jaspers to a school-record 11 MAAC victories and their first 20-win season in seven years. Manhattan followed that up with a 16-15 campaign in 2011, marking the program’s first back-to-back winning seasons since 2002-03. Manhattan posted an 8-23 record in 2009, Jones’ first season at the helm, before notching a 20-14 mark during the 2010 campaign. It was Manhattan’s first winning season since 2005 and first 20-win campaign since 2003. The Jaspers were picked to finish ninth in the MAAC Preseason Poll, but ended up tied for third place with an 11-7 conference record. In 2010, the Jaspers snapped an 11-match losing streak against Fairfield and swept the season series with Siena for the first time in program history. Manhattan also put together a pair of six-match winning streaks and went an impressive 7-2 in five-set matches in 2010. After going 16-15 in 2011, the Jaspers finished the 2012 season with an overall record of 15-15. It was Manhattan’s third straight season going .500 or better, which hadn’t happened since a four-year stretch from 1994-97. The Jaspers went 10-8 in conference play in 2012, the second time in three years that they notched double-digit MAAC wins. Jones came to Riverdale after a two-year stint as the top assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Maine. Under his guidance, the Black Bears qualified for the America East Conference Tournament in 2008. Prior to his time at Maine, Jones spent two seasons as an assistant at Tennessee State University. The Tigers posted back-to-back 20-win seasons and won the Ohio Valley Conference Championship in 2005. Tennessee State went 26-6 against OVC opponents during his two seasons in Nashville. Jones began his coaching career at his alma mater, Washington State, during the 1994-95 athletic season. He served as a volunteer assistant

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DAVID CORWIN Assistant Coach (Lee ‘13) • First Season David Corwin is in his first season as an assistant coach for the Jaspers. A 2013 graduate of Lee University, he spent three years as a student assistant at the NAIA power. While at Lee, Corwin assisted with all aspects of the program, including practice and game planning, strength and conditioning, scouting and event organizing. During that time, the Lady Flames won the conference championship and qualified for the NAIA National Tournament each year, making back-to-back Final Four

appearances in 2010-11. Corwin coached four NAIA All-Americans at Lee, including First Team All-American Arlene Ferreira. A three-year captain on the Lee men’s club team, Corwin has also worked numerous volleyball camps at Lee, as well as Tennessee, Clemson and Emory. In addition, the Boca Raton, Fla., native was an assistant coach with the Choo Choo City Club team in the spring of 2012.

MARIANA FURQUIM Assistant Coach (Manhattan ‘14) • First Season five blocks, .485 hitting) and Marist (20 kills, 20 digs, five blocks, four aces, .459 hitting). In 2012, Furquim again started every match, appearing in 116 of Manhattan’s 118 sets. She pounded a team-high 388 kills and ranked fifth in the MAAC with 3.34 kills per set. Furquim also tallied 382 digs, 55 blocks and a team-best 27 aces during the 2012 campaign. In addition to earning Second Team All-MAAC recognition, she was named team MVP. Furquim will receive her bachelor’s degree in business from Manhattan in May 2014.

After a stellar playing career for the Jaspers, Mariana Furquim begins her first season as an assistant coach. A native of Curitiba, Brazil, she was a Second Team All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) performer in 2012. Furquim transferred to Manhattan after one season at UNLV and made an immediate impact on the Jaspers’ lineup in 2011. She started every match that season, playing in all 115 sets at outside hitter. Furquim ranked third on the team with 287 kills and fifth on the squad with 233 digs, while also notching 72 blocks and 30 service aces. She was named MAAC Offensive Player of the Week on Oct. 17, 2011 after dominating performances against Siena (16 kills, 10 digs,

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Name Erin Weis Allie Yamashiro Mary Donnelly Teodora Peric Alexis Crist Anna Kitlar Sydney Volovski Clare Bozzo Malia McGuinness Jade Gray Kelsey LaCour Juliana Behrens Ellie Wiekamp Sarah Haselhorst Katelyn Nugent

Cl. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

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Ht. 6-0 5-4 6-0 6-0 6-6 6-3 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-10 6-1 5-10 5-10 6-1

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Omaha, Neb./Omaha Central (Iowa Western CC) Kapolei, Hawaii/Kamehameha Temecula, Calif./Chaparral Chicago, Ill./Walter Payton College Prep (American) Mesa, Ariz./Desert Ridge (South Mountain CC) Kiel, Germany/Thor Heyerdahl Gymnasium (Hofstra) Oswego, Ill./Oswego Salinas, Calif./Santa Catalina Kailua, Hawaii/Maryknoll School Boise, Idaho/Bovah (Golden West) Walnut Creek, Calif./Northgate Honolulu, Hawaii/Punahou (Cincinnati) Laguna Niguel, Calif./Santa Margarita (Irvine Valley) Naperville, Ill./Naperville North Auburn, Wash./Thomas Jefferson (Green River CC)

Cl. So. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Fr.

Pos. OH/MB MB OH S OH OH MB/RS OH MB S OH MB OH L

Ht. 5-10 6-6 6-0 5-9 5-10 6-3 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-10 5-4

Hometown/High School (Previous School) Salinas, Calif./Santa Catalina Mesa, Ariz./Desert Ridge (South Mountain CC) Temecula, Calif./Chaparral Boise, Idaho/Bovah (Golden West) Naperville, Ill./Naperville North Kiel, Germany/Thor Heyerdahl Gymnasium (Hofstra) Walnut Creek, Calif./Northgate Kailua, Hawaii/Maryknoll School Auburn, Wash./Thomas Jefferson (Green River CC) Chicago, Ill./Walter Payton College Prep (American) Oswego, Ill./Oswego Omaha, Neb./Omaha Central (Iowa Western CC) Laguna Niguel, Calif./Santa Margarita (Irvine Valley) Kapolei, Hawaii/Kamehameha

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Name Bozzo, Clare Crist, Alexis Donnelly, Mary Gray, Jade Haselhorst, Sarah Kitlar, Anna LaCour, Kelsey McGuinness, Malia Nugent, Katelyn Peric, Teodora Volovski, Sydney Weis, Erin Wiekamp, Ellie Yamashiro, Allie

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Mark Jones (Washington State ’95), 5th Season

Erin Weis Teodora Peric Sydney Volovski Malia McGuinness Sarah Haselhorst Ellie Wiekamp

ASSISTANT COACHES David Corwin, Mariana Furquim

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JULIANA BEHRENS 6’1 • Senior • Middle Blocker • Honolulu, Hawaii—Punahou (Cincinnati) 2012: Played in 20 matches and 81 sets…Led the Jaspers and ranked third in the MAAC in hitting percentage (.324)…Averaged 2.20 kills and a team-high 0.62 blocks per set…Made Manhattan debut at Iona on Sept. 15 and smashed 13 kills on .571 hitting…Hit .600, slamming 10 kills and committing just one error, and tallied three blocks in the win over Lafayette on Sept. 19…Notched back-to-back four-block performances in home victories against Marist (Sept. 22) and Siena (Sept. 23)…Finished with 14 kills and hit .458 in the Jaspers’ four-set victory over Niagara at Draddy Gymnasium on Sept. 29…Registered 13 kills and four blocks against Canisius the following day…Set a career-high with 16 kills at Saint Peter’s on Oct. 13…Followed up that effort by hitting .429 with 11 kills and three blocks in a win over Iona on Oct. 20…Posted 12 kills and added four blocks at Marist on Oct. 28…Went .500 on attack, tallying 10 kills and two errors in 16 attempts, at Canisius on Nov. 3…Pounded 14 kills and matched a season-high with four blocks in a 3-2 triumph at Niagara on Nov. 4…Had four blocks again in the season finale against Saint Peter’s (Nov. 10).

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2010 (AT CINCINNATI): Appeared in 18 matches and 49 sets… Started four matches…Finished the season with 58 kills and 30 digs… Made collegiate debut against James Madison on Sept. 4 and had a kill…Tallied career-highs with eight kills, five digs and three service aces against Illinois on Sept. 17…Recorded three digs and three blocks against Purdue on Sept. 18…Had six kills on .357 hitting and added a pair of blocks against Morehead State on Sept. 21…Posted six kills in back-to-back Big East matches against DePaul (Oct. 8) and Notre Dame (Oct. 10)…Got the start against Louisville on Oct. 16 and registered five kills and three aces. BEFORE MANHATTAN: Led Punahou High School to four consecutive top three finishes in the Hawaii state tournament… Named first team all-state by the Honolulu Advertiser as a senior, as Punahou won the league title…Selected to the Under Armour Girls High School All-America Team watch list and the PrepVolleyball. com Senior Aces, which recognizes the top 250 players in the nation, prior to the 2009 season…Chosen to the Interscholastic League of Honolulu All-Star First Team as a junior…Also earned a varsity letter in canoe paddling.

2011 (AT CINCINNATI): Saw action in 18 sets over 11 matches… Recorded nine kills and four digs on the season…Notched a block at Kentucky on Aug. 30…Tallied two kills and a dig against Sam Houston State on Sept. 3…Posted season-highs with three kills and two digs against North Texas later that day.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Doug and Cynthia…Has one sister, Marissa…Majoring in biology…Born on January 29, 1992.

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6’1 • Senior • Middle Blocker • Auburn, Wash.—Thomas Jefferson (Green River CC)

2012: Limited by injuries to just four matches and eight sets…Got the start against Loyola Chicago in the season-opener (Aug. 25)… Recorded a dig against Bucknell on Aug. 25…Notched a block in the win over Northern Kentucky on Sept. 8.

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2010 (AT GREEN RIVER CC): Led the Gators in both kills and blocks, averaging 2.41 kills and 0.89 blocks per set…Had 17 kills on .600 hitting against Linn-Benton on Sept. 16...Slammed 15 kills and hit .500 against Tacoma on Sept. 24…Recorded 11 blocks against Centralia on Oct. 8.

2011 (AT GREEN RIVER CC): Team captain…Named First Team AllNWAACC Western Region…Earned NWAACC Player of the Week honors…Led team in kills and hitting percentage for second straight season…Averaged 3.43 kills and 0.66 blocks per set…Had 19 kills three times, as well as one 18-kill effort…Hit .640 or better on three separate occasions, including a .700 hitting performance against Centralia on Sept. 28…Selected to the NWAACC All-Academic Team.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Earned Second Team All-SPSLAA North honors as a senior at Thomas Jefferson High School…Named team MVP and served as team captain. PERSONAL: Daughter of Scott and Karen…Has one brother, Jacob… Grandfather, Jack, played football at the University of Washington… Majoring in accounting…Born on July 14, 1992.

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5’10 • Senior • Outside Hitter •Laguna Niguel, Calif.—Santa Margarita (Irvine Valley) 2012: Saw action in 79 sets, playing in 26 matches…Ranked fourth on the team in kills (179) and kills per set (2.27)…Also averaged 2.11 digs per set…Registered eight double-doubles…Collected back-toback double-doubles against Bucknell (17 kills, 10 digs) and La Salle (14 kills, 12 digs) at the season-opening La Salle Invitational (Aug. 25-26)…Tallied 16 kills and a career-high 15 digs at William & Mary on Aug. 31…Had 10 kills and 14 digs in the Jaspers’ 3-1 home win over Marist on Sept. 22…Finished with a sterling .714 hitting percentage against Rider on Sept. 26, pounding five kills without committing an error…Led the Jaspers with a career-high 20 kills, including one on match point, as Manhattan came back from 0-2 down to beat Iona at Draddy Gymnasium on Oct. 20…Hit .362 against the Gaels and added 10 digs to complete a double-double…Posted 16 kills, 12 digs and a solo block against Fairfield on Oct. 21…Distributed three assists to go along with 14 digs and eight kills in the rematch with Marist on Oct. 28.

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2011: Sat out the season due to injury. 2010 (AT IRVINE VALLEY): Named Honorable Mention All-Orange Empire Conference…Led league in both kills and service aces… Ranked among top five in California in kills. 2009 (AT IRVINE VALLEY): Helped team to a third-place finish at California State Tournament…Placed among the top 10 in California in kills. BEFORE MANHATTAN: Led Santa Margarita High School to four state league titles and the 2008 Division I-AA State Championship… Twice earned team MVP honors. PERSONAL: Daughter of Michael and Kathy…Sister, Breanne, plays volleyball at Seattle Pacific…Has another sister, Leslie, who played at Rhode Island…Majoring in communications…Born on February 5, 1991.

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SARAH HASELHORST 5’10 • Junior • Outside Hitter • Naperville, Ill.—Naperville North

2012: Appeared in 95 sets over 24 matches, all coming off the bench… Recorded 48 digs and 11 service aces…Served three aces against Bucknell on Aug. 25…Credited with a kill to go along with six digs against Campbell on Sept. 1…Registered a season-high seven digs in a five-set win over Northern Kentucky on Sept. 8…Had six digs and a pair of aces at Fairfield on Sept. 16…Contributed four digs and an assist in the Jaspers’ 3-2 home victory against Iona on Oct. 20… Named to the MAAC All-Academic Team. 2011: Came off the bench in 30 matches, playing in 85 sets…Tallied 155 digs (1.82 per set)…Had first career double-digit dig effort against Fordham on Sept. 3, notching 13 digs to go along with her first career kill…Dished out three assists at Washington State on Sept. 9…Reached double-figures in digs three straight times from Sept.

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MALIA MCGUINNESS 5’10 • Junior • Outside Hitter • Kailua, Hawaii—Maryknoll School

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blocks in a five-set win at Lafayette on Sept. 13…Hit an outstanding .684, pounding 13 kills without an error, in home debut against Saint Peter’s on Sept. 17…Slammed 21 kills and added 15 digs in a 3-2 home win over Loyola on Sept. 24…Notched a career-high three service aces to go along with 12 kills against Fairleigh Dickinson on Sept. 28… Named MAAC Rookie of the Week on Oct. 3 after leading the Jaspers to a 3-2 victory at Canisius (Oct. 2)…Recorded a career-high 24 kills, including the winning swing, on .396 hitting and added 14 digs in the triumph over the Griffs…Earned MAAC Rookie of the Week honors for the second time on Oct. 24 after averaging 4.43 kills per set on .413 hitting in road wins at Loyola (Oct. 19) and Saint Peter’s (Oct. 22)…Posted 15 kills and 15 digs in the victory at Loyola, then notched 16 kills on .448 hitting against the Peacocks…Registered a careerbest 22 digs in the rematch with Canisius on Oct. 29-30…Brought Manhattan to match point with her 17th, and final, kill in a 3-2 victory over Iona at Draddy Gymnasium on Nov. 6…Also notched 11 digs and two solo blocks against the Gaels.

2011 SECOND TEAM ALL-MAAC 2011 MAAC ALL-ROOKIE TEAM 2012: Played in 16 matches and 54 sets…Averaged 2.67 kills and 2.57 digs per set…Ranked third on the team with 19 service aces… Registered seven double-doubles…Slammed 19 kills to go along with 13 digs and three blocks in a five-set victory over Northern Kentucky on Sept. 8…Established a career-high with five aces against St. Francis (NY) on Sept. 12…Had four aces at Fairfield on Sept. 16… Hit .433 in the home win over Lafayette on Sept. 19, pounding 15 kills and adding 14 digs…Finished with 15 kills on .379 hitting, while also posting 12 digs against Rider on Sept. 26…Recorded 12 kills, two assists and a season-high 20 digs in the rematch with the Broncs on Oct. 6…Notched 11 kills and a pair of aces at Saint Peter’s on Oct. 13. 2011: Selected to both the All-MAAC Second Team and MAAC AllRookie Team…Started every match, appearing in all 115 sets…Led all MAAC freshmen with a team-high 3.40 kills per set, which ranked fifth overall in the conference…Placed sixth in the league with 3.69 points per set…Averaged 2.53 digs per set, good for third on the team…Totaled 391 kills and 291 digs for the season…Twice earned MAAC Rookie of the Week honors…Reached double-figures in kills 22 times, and had 10 double-doubles…Had a double-double in first collegiate match, posting 15 kills and 14 digs against Radford in the Asics Invitational (Aug. 27)…Established a career-high with three

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Named second team all-conference as a senior at The Maryknoll School…Led the Jammers Volleyball Club to a third-place finish in the National Division at the 2010 USA Volleyball Girls’ Junior National Championships. PERSONAL: Daughter of Mark and Bridget…Has two brothers, Bryan and Matthew…Majoring in business…Has volunteered with the Special Olympics…Born on December 9, 1993.

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CLARE BOZZO

5’10 • Sophomore • Outside • Hitter/Middle Blocker • Salinas, Calif.—Santa Catalina

2012: Didn’t see any match action. BEFORE MANHATTAN: Helped Santa Catalina High School reach the finals of the NorCal State Tournament for the first time ever in 2010…Team also finished as Central Coast Sectional runners-up in 2010…Named First Team All-MTAL as a junior…Played for the Main Beach Volleyball Club’s 18-Gold team…Also lettered in basketball and track & field at Santa Catalina.

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PERSONAL: Daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth…Has two sisters, Katie and Margaret, and one brother, Peter…Father, uncle and one cousin all played college sports…Majoring in biology…Born on April 15, 1994.

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SYDNEY VOLOVSKI 6’0 • Sophomore • Outside Hitter • Oswego, Ill.—Oswego

2012 MAAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2012 MAAC ALL-ROOKIE TEAM 2012: Named MAAC Rookie of the Year and earned a place on the MAAC All-Rookie Team after ranking second among conference rookies in kills per set (2.49) and hitting percentage (.235)…Saw action in 29 matches and 108 sets…Reached double figures in kills 15 times and had three double-doubles…Recorded first career doubledouble against Campbell on Sept. 1, posting 14 kills and 12 digs… Contributed six blocks, including three solo stuffs, to go along with 13 kills in a five-set win over Northern Kentucky on Sept. 8…Hit .417 without an attack error at St. Francis (NY) on Sept. 12…Earned MAAC Rookie of the Week honors three straight times from Sept. 24-Oct. 8…Pounded 12 kills in the win over Marist on Sept. 22, then registered 13 kills on .407 hitting as the Jaspers came back from 2-0 down to beat Siena the following day…Didn’t commit an attack error against Rider on Sept. 26, hitting .500 with 11 kills…Smashed 15 kills on .355 hitting in the home win over Niagara on Sept. 29…Followed up that performance with nine kills and three blocks against Canisius

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on Sept. 30…Collected 18 kills at Rider on Oct. 6…Posted five blocks to go along with 14 kills in Manhattan’s 3-2 victory at Loyola on Oct. 7…Notched 12 kills and hit .346 in the win at Saint Peter’s on Oct. 13… Handed out a career-high 18 assists and added 12 digs at Army on Oct. 24…Slammed a career-best 19 kills and hit .405 at Marist on Oct. 28…Tallied a double-double in the Jaspers’ five-set victory at Niagara on Nov. 4, posting 14 kills and a career-high 16 digs. BEFORE MANHATTAN: Led Oswego High School to the regional championship in 2011…Named first team all-conference and team MVP during both her junior and senior seasons…Played club volleyball for Sports Performance, which won the 2011 Junior Olympics and 2011 Pre-Nationals. PERSONAL: Daughter of James and Shari…Has one brother, James, and one sister, Lindsay…Majoring in communications…Born on July 10, 1994.

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ALEXIS CRIST

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6’6 • Junior • Middle Blocker • Mesa, Ariz.—Desert Ridge (South Mountain CC) Joins the Jaspers after two seasons at South Mountain Community College and has two years of eligibility remaining.

2011 (AT SOUTH MOUNTAIN): Appeared in 64 sets…Slammed 64 kills while also recording 22 blocks and five digs on the season.

2012 (AT SOUTH MOUNTAIN): Saw action in 12 matches and 22 sets…Tallied 18 blocks, an average of 0.82 per set…Registered three blocks against Glendale on Sept. 12…Slammed four kills to go along with three blocks against Eastern Arizona on Sept. 18…Had a seasonhigh four blocks against Pima on Sept. 25.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Named Most Improved Player as a junior at Desert Ridge High School…Also played basketball, earning Most Improved honors. PERSONAL: Tallest player in program history…Daughter of Kent and Tammi…Has one brother, Dylan, and one sister, Leah…Majoring in education…Volunteers to raise money for UNICEF…Born on March 31, 1993.

ANNA KITLAR

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6’3 • Junior • Outside Hitter • Kiel, Germany—Thor Heyerdahl Gymnasium (Hofstra) BEFORE MANHATTAN: Attended Thor Heyerdahl Gymnasium in Kiel, Germany and Avonside Girls’ High School in New Zealand, where she served as team captain…Received Avonside’s School Colours for Sport…Earned the Best Spiker Award at the Trans Tasman Tournament in Australia…Named MVP of the Canterbury Secondary School Championship in 2009…Qualified for the German National Championships three times.

Transferred to Manhattan from Hofstra University and has two years of eligibility remaining. 2012 (AT HOFSTRA): Played in 10 matches and 16 sets…Averaged 2.31 kills and 0.75 blocks per set…Slammed a career-high 11 kills to go along with four blocks against Oral Roberts on Sept. 7…Tallied six kills and three blocks against Eastern Michigan on Sept. 8…Got the start against Rhode Island on Sept. 14 and finished with seven kills.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Juergen and Jarmila…Has one brother, Jan… Majoring in international studies with plans to become a teacher… Interested in photography…Would like to travel and introduce volleyball to different cultures…Born on October 21, 1991.

2011 (AT HOFSTRA): Appeared in four matches, seeing action in 10 sets…Tallied seven kills, two blocks and two digs on the season…Had three kills, two digs and a block against UNC Wilmington on Oct. 9… Recorded four kills and a block at Northeastern on Oct. 22…Received the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Commissioner’s Academic Award.

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ERIN WEIS

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6’0 • Junior • Middle Blocker • Omaha, Neb.—Omaha Central (Iowa Western CC) Comes to Manhattan after two seasons at Iowa Western Community College and has two years of eligibility remaining. 2012 (AT IOWA WESTERN): Played in 94 sets…Hit .355 for the season… Registered 87 kills and 53 blocks…Notched six kills on .462 hitting, while also tallying six digs and three blocks against San Jacinto Central on Aug. 25…Slammed six kills without an error, hitting .750, to go along with five digs at Iowa Lakes on Sept. 1…Posted five blocks at Southeast Community College on Sept. 12…Pounded seven kills on nine errorless swings to hit .778 against Indian Hills on Sept. 19…Had four blocks against Central Community College-Columbus on Sept. 26…Earned First Team Academic All-Region honors for the second straight year.

2011 (AT IOWA WESTERN): Appeared in 152 sets…Finished second on the team with 102 blocks while also recording 115 kills…Named to the Academic All-Region First Team. BEFORE MANHATTAN: Earned All-Metro and All-State honors as a senior at Omaha Central High School…Club team, the Nebraska Impact, qualified for the Junior National Tournament in back-to-back years. PERSONAL: Daughter of Galen and Lori…Has two sisters, Elizabeth and Leah, and one brother, Matthew…Majoring in mechanical engineering…Born on August 25, 1992.

JADE GRAY

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5’9 • Sophomore • Setter • Boise, Idaho—Bovah (Golden West) Transferred to Manhattan after one season at Golden West College and has three years of eligibility remaining.

against San Diego Mesa on Nov. 24…Distributed a career-high 54 assists in a five-set loss to LA Pierce in the state tournament on Dec. 1.

2012 (AT GOLDEN WEST): Named Second Team All-Orange Empire Conference after leading the Rustlers to the conference championship and the finals of the California state tournament…Played in 28 matches and 75 sets…Led the league in assists (811) and assists per set (10.81)…Tallied 76 kills on the season…Had first career doubledouble at Saddleback on Oct. 10, tallying 32 assists and 10 digs while also recording five blocks…Hit .455 with six kills and 31 assists in the rematch with Saddleback on Nov. 2…Finished with nine kills and didn’t commit an error, hitting .474 to go along with 35 assists and six digs

BEFORE MANHATTAN: Earned first team all-conference honors as a senior at Borah High School…Named second team all-conference as a junior after receiving an honorable mention all-conference nod as a sophomore…Also played basketball. PERSONAL: Daughter of Timothy and Angela…Has three brothers, Ryan, Connor and Mitchell…Majoring in exercise science…Born on June 26, 1994.

TEODORA PERIC

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6’0 • Sophomore • Setter • Chicago, Ill.—Walter Payton College Prep (American) Transferred to Manhattan from American University and has three years of eligibility remaining. 2012 (AT AMERICAN): Played in 34 sets over 16 matches, including a pair of starts…Handed out 152 assists, an average of 4.47 per set… Recorded service aces against UNC Greensboro (Sept. 8) and Morgan State (Oct. 3)…Had a career-high 47 assists to go along with seven digs, three blocks, two kills and an ace at Bucknell on Oct. 12…Tied a career-high with three blocks at Colgate on Oct. 13.

BEFORE MANHATTAN: A three-time varisty letterwinner in volleyball at Walter Payton College Prep in Chicago…Team reached the Final Four downstate in 2008 and 2010, becoming the first CPS school to advance that far…Earned MVP honors at the 2011 QND Volleyball Classic…Played for the Powerhouse Volleyball Club for three years after one year as a member of the Lightning Volleyball Club. PERSONAL: Originally from Croatia…Daughter of Slobodan and Gordana…Has one brother, Petar…Majoring in international studies with plans to become a diplomat…Born on January 27, 1994.

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MARY DONNELLY

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6’0• Freshman • Outside Hitter • Temecula, Calif.—Chaparral BEFORE MANHATTAN: Served as team captain at Chaparral High School…A two-time All-Southwestern League selection…Named Offensive Player of the Year in 2011 and 2012…Led squad in both kills and hitting percentage during junior and senior seasons…Earned scholar athlete recognition four times.

PERSONAL: Daughter of John and Imelda…Has two sisters, Grace and Bridget, and one brother, Jack…Majoring in education…Born on May 10, 1995.

KELSEY LACOUR

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5’10 • Freshman • Middle Blocker/Right Side Hitter • Walnut Creek, Calif.—Northgate BEFORE MANHATTAN: As team captain, led Northgate High School to consecutive Diablo Valley Athletic League championships and North Coast section semifinal appearances in 2011-12…Named First Team All-DVAL and Third Team All-East Bay as a senior…Earned Second Team All-DVAL selections in 2010 and 2011…Received the Northgate Coaches Award following both her junior and senior seasons.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Ron and Debbie…Brother, Ronnie, plays baseball at Diablo Valley College…Uncle, Skip LaCour, is a six-time national champion natural bodybuilder…Majoring in communications…Born on July 29, 1995.

ALLIE YAMASHIRO

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5’4 • Freshman • Libero • Kapolei, Hawaii—Kamehameha BEFORE MANHATTAN: Led Kamehameha High Schools Kapalama to three consecutive junior varsity championships…Selected Player of the Week by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser…Named Kamehameha’s Female Athlete of the Year as a sophomore…Also played with the Jammers Volleyball Club.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Danny and Jamie…Father hosts “The Good Life Hawaii,” one of Hawaii’s most popular radio shows…Greatgrandfather, Chang Apana, was the inspiration for the Hollywood character Charlie Chan…Has two brothers, Hugh and Luke…Majoring in exercise science…Born on December 27, 1994.

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2012 OVERALL STATISTICS OVERALL RECORD: 15-15

CONF: 10-8

## Name

HOME: 8-2

AWAY: 5-9

NEUTRAL: 2-4

|--------------------ATTACK-------------------| |--------SET--------| |-------SERVE------|

SP MP-MS K K/Set E

TA Pct

A A/Set SA SA/S SE

7

Furquim, Mariana

116

30-29

388

3.34

161

1119

.203

22

0.19

27

0.23

17

9

Volovski, Sydney

108

29-25

269

2.49

82

797

.235

26

0.24

1

0.01

2

4

Lampasona, Alexa

115

30-24

209

1.82

84

583

.214

15

0.13

0

0.00

2

14

Behrens, Juliana

81

20-19

178

2.20

47

404

.324

11

0.14

0

0.00

0

15

Wiekamp, Ellie

79

26-14

179

2.27

102

642

.120

10

0.13

6

0.08

25

11

McGuinness, Malia

54

16-13

144

2.67

75

478

.144

6

0.11

19

0.35

12

13

Heck, Maddie

50

16-10

35

0.70

18

148

.115

11

0.22

2

0.04

3

5

Collareta, Jamie

85

26-17

16

0.19

13

97

.031

785

9.24

13

0.15

5

18

Anderson, Karlee

23

7-6

26

1.13

14

81

.148

7

0.30

0

0.00

1

3

Anderson, Deandra

20

8-4

21

1.05

3

49

.367

1

0.05

0

0.00

2

2

Bies, Julie

118

30-5

4

0.03

2

26

.077

20

0.17

22

0.19

16

12 Huntoon, Kelsey

118 30-0 4 0.03 4 27 .000 51 0.43 17 0.14 23

6

Henderson, Hollegn

50

20-13

11

0.22

4

59

.119

434

8.68

3

0.06

8

16

Haselhorst, Sarah

95

24-0

1

0.01

0

4

.250

2

0.02

11

0.12

13

17 Nugent, Katelyn

8

4-1 0 0.00 7 12 -.583 0 0.00 0 0.00 0

MANHATTAN

118

30-30 1485 12.58 616 4526 .192 1401 11.87 121 1.03 129

118

30-30 1524 12.92 629 4671 .192 1420 12.03 163 1.38 207

Opponents

##

Name

S

RE

7 9

|-------DIG-------| DIG

Dig/S

BS

|-----------------BLOCKING-----------------| BA

Furquim, Mariana

116

47

382

3.29

8

Volovski, Sydney

108

4

110

1.02

5

4

Lampasona, Alexa

115

1

57

0.50

10

14

Behrens, Juliana

81

0

22

0.27

8

15

Wiekamp, Ellie

79

18

167

2.11

1

11

McGuinness, Malia

54

20

139

2.57

0

13

Heck, Maddie

50

1

28

0.56

5

Collareta, Jamie

85

0

225

2.65

18

Anderson, Karlee

23

0

9

0.39

1

7

3

Anderson, Deandra

20

0

7

0.35

1

11

2 Bies, Julie

118

11 303 2.57 0 0 0 0.00 0

0 26.0 0.22

12 Huntoon, Kelsey

118 49 598 5.07 0 0 0 0.00 0

6 21.0 0.18

Total

Blk/S

BE

BHE

POINTS Pts/S

47

55

0.47

3

4

446.5

3.85

37

42

0.39

7

6

293.5

2.72

61

71

0.62

4

3

249.5

2.17

42

50

0.62

8

1

207.0

2.56

10

11

0.14

9

0

191.0

2.42

9

9

0.17

2

0

167.5

3.10

1

24

25

0.50

5

1

50.0

1.00

1

12

13

0.15

0

6

36.0

0.42

8

0.35

6

2

30.5

1.33

12

0.60

2

0

27.5

1.38

6 Henderson, Hollegn 50

0 84 1.68 0 8 8 0.16 9

6 18.0 0.36

16 Haselhorst, Sarah

95

0 48 0.51 0 0 0 0.00 0

0 12.0 0.13

17 Nugent, Katelyn

8

0 1 0.12 0 1 1 0.12 0

0 0.5 0.06

TEAM

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MANHATTAN

118

163

2180 18.47 36

269 170.5 1.44

55

35 1776.5 15.06

Opponents

118

121

2081 17.64 38

397 236.5 2.00 55

59 1923.5 16.30

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2012 MAAC STATISTICS OVERALL RECORD: 10-8

CONF: 10-8

HOME: 7-2

AWAY: 3-6

NEUTRAL: 0-0

|--------------------ATTACK-------------------| |--------SET--------| |-------SERVE------|

## Name

SP MP-MS K K/Set E

TA Pct

A A/Set SA SA/S SE

7

Furquim, Mariana

73

18-18

259

716

.229

14

0.19

9

Volovski, Sydney

75

18-17

14

Behrens, Juliana

75

18-17

4

Lampasona, Alexa

74

18-15

15

Wiekamp, Ellie

48

15-7

11

McGuinness, Malia

37

11-8

90

5

Collareta, Jamie

71

18-15

16

13

Heck, Maddie

18

6-4

14

12

Huntoon, Kelsey

75

18-0

3

2

Bies, Julie

75

18-4

1

0.01

6

Henderson, Hollegn

15

9-3

4

0.27

3.55

95

13

0.18

11

203

2.71

60

581

.246

5

0.07

0

0.00

1

165

2.20

43

373

.327

10

0.13

0

0.00

0

112

1.51

50

320

.194

10

0.14

0

0.00

2

108

2.25

58

404

.124

9

0.19

2

0.04

9

2.43

53

326

.113

4

0.11

13

0.35

7

0.23

10

84

.071

703

9.90

11

0.15

4

0.78

9

72

.069

5

0.28

2

0.11

3

0.04

0

15

.200

32

0.43

12

0.16

14

2

17

-.059

13

0.17

14

0.19

12

2

24

.083

115

7.67

1

0.07

3

16 Haselhorst, Sarah

55 13-0 0 0.00 0 3 .000 1 0.02 5 0.09 5

3 Anderson, Deandra

3

2-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0.00 1

MANHATTAN

75

18-18 975 13.00 382 2935 .202 921 12.28 73 0.97 72

Opponents

75

18-18 991 13.21 391 3027 .198 934 12.45 98 1.31 136

|-------DIG-------|

|-----------------BLOCKING-----------------|

##

Name

S

RE

DIG

Dig/S

BS

BA

Total

Blk/S

BE

BHE

7

Furquim, Mariana

73

25

240

3.29

6

28

34

0.47

2

2

292.0

4.00

9

Volovski, Sydney

75

0

66

0.88

2

26

28

0.37

3

5

218.0

2.91

14

Behrens, Juliana

75

0

21

0.28

8

37

45

0.60

6

1

191.5

2.55

4

Lampasona, Alexa

74

1

35

0.47

9

40

49

0.66

2

3

141.0

1.91

POINTS Pts/S

15 Wiekamp, Ellie

48 10 113 2.35 1 5 6 0.12 4 0 113.5 2.36

11

McGuinness, Malia

37

13

91

2.46

0

5

5

0.14

2

0

105.5

2.85

5

Collareta, Jamie

71

0

209

2.94

1

12

13

0.18

0

6

34.0

0.48

13

Heck, Maddie

13

0.72

0

5

5

0.28

2

1

18.5

1.03

18

0

2 Bies, Julie

75

7 205 2.73 0 0 0 0.00 0

0 15.0 0.20

12 Huntoon, Kelsey

75

34 386 5.15 0 0 0 0.00 0

6 15.0 0.20

6

15

0

2

16 Haselhorst, Sarah

55

0 26 0.47 0 0 0 0.00 0

0 5.0 0.09

3 Anderson, Deandra

3

0

0 0.0 0.00

Henderson, Hollegn

24

1.60

0

1

1

0.07

3

0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0

5.5

0.37

TEAM

8

MANHATTAN

75

98

1429 19.05 27

159 106.5 1.42 24

26 1154.5 15.39

Opponents

75

73

1353 18.04 27

267 160.5 2.14

46 1249.5 16.66

18

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2012 RESULTS Date Aug. 25 Aug. 26 Aug. 31 Sept. 1 Sept. 7 Sept. 8 Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 16 Sept. 19 Sept. 22 Sept. 23 Sept. 26 Sept. 29 Sept. 30 Oct. 6 Oct. 7 Oct. 10 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 21 Oct. 24 Oct. 27 Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Nov. 4 Nov. 10

Opponent vs. Loyola Chicago# vs. Bucknell# at La Salle# at William & Mary! vs. Georgetown! vs. Campbell! at Harvard% vs. Northern Kentucky% vs. Providence% at St. Francis (NY) at Iona* at Fairfield* LAFAYETTE MARIST* SIENA* RIDER* NIAGARA* CANISIUS* at Rider* at Loyola* LOYOLA* at Saint Peter’s* IONA* FAIRFIELD* at Army at Siena* at Marist* at Canisius* at Niagara* SAINT PETER’S*

*-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference match #-La Salle Invitational (Philadelphia, Pa.) !-Tribe Invitational (Williamsburg, Va.) %-Harvard Invitational (Cambridge, Mass.)

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Result Record L, 0-3 0-1 L, 1-3 0-2 W, 3-1 1-2 L, 1-3 1-3 L, 0-3 1-4 L, 1-3 1-5 L, 0-3 1-6 W, 3-2 2-6 W, 3-1 3-6 W, 3-0 4-6 L, 1-3 4-7 (0-1 MAAC) L, 1-3 4-8 (0-2 MAAC) W, 3-0 5-8 W, 3-1 6-8 (1-2 MAAC) W, 3-2 7-8 (2-2 MAAC) W, 3-0 8-8 (3-2 MAAC) W, 3-1 9-8 (4-2 MAAC) L, 1-3 9-9 (4-3 MAAC) L, 2-3 9-10 (4-4 MAAC) W, 3-2 10-10 (5-4 MAAC) W, 3-0 11-10 (6-4 MAAC) W, 3-0 12-10 (7-4 MAAC) W, 3-2 13-10 (8-4 MAAC) L, 2-3 13-11 (8-5 MAAC) L, 0-3 13-12 L, 0-3 13-13 (8-6 MAAC) L, 2-3 13-14 (8-7 MAAC) L, 1-3 13-15 (8-8 MAAC) W, 3-2 14-15 (9-8 MAAC) W, 3-0 15-15 (10-8 MAAC)


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METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC CONFERENCE With 11 institutions strongly bound by the sound principles of quality and integrity in academics and excellence in athletics, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference is in its 33rd year of competition during the 2013-2014 academic year.

In the summer of 2009, the MAAC added three associate members - Albany, Boston University and Hartford - to women’s golf, with the programs starting competition against MAAC members Fairfield, Niagara and Siena in 20092010. Butler University was also added in the summer of 2012, giving the MAAC seven teams competing in women’s golf. For the first time in league history, an associate member was added in men’s swimming & diving when Bryant University joined the league in the summer of 2012. In April of 2013 the MAAC added Field Hockey as a sponsored sport with competition beginning in the fall of the 2013-14 academic year between four member institutions – Monmouth University, Quinnipiac University, Rider University and Siena College. In June of 2013 the MAAC added three associate members to the Field Hockey league - Bryant University, Robert Morris University, and Sacred Heart University giving the MAAC seven teams, while Fairfield University will join the league starting in the 2015-16 academic year.

The MAAC was founded in 1980 by six charter members: the U.S. Military Academy, Fairfield University, Fordham University, Iona College, Manhattan College and Saint Peter’s College. Competition followed one year later in the fall of 1981 with members competing in the sports of men’s cross country and men’s soccer. On January 2, 1982, Army traveled to Iona for the first MAAC men’s basketball game and the MAAC story had begun. Current Conference members include: Canisius College, Fairfield University, Iona College, Manhattan College, Marist College, Monmouth University, Niagara University, Quinnipiac University, Rider University, Saint Peter’s University, and Siena College. In addition, associate members include the University of Detroit Mercy in men’s lacrosse. St. Francis (N.Y.) College, Villanova University, VMI and Wagner College are all associate members of the MAAC Women’s Water Polo League. Drake University, Jacksonville University, Robert Morris University, Sacred Heart University, and Stetson University compete in women’s rowing, while the University at Albany and the University of Hartford began competition in women’s golf in the spring of 2010. The MAAC will support 25 sports and championships during the 2013-2014 academic year. The MAAC has automatic qualification to 16 NCAA Championships, with the addition of Field Hockey in the fall of 2013. The MAAC Basketball Championships returns to Springfield’s MassMutual Center in 2014 for the final year of a three stint, which will be co-hosted by the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. By having an excellent working relationship with various facilities, the MAAC has been able to attract a number of NCAA Championship events. Most recently, the MAAC and Fairfield hosted the 2013 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Regional at Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, CT. The MAAC and Rider hosted the 2012 NCAA Rowing Championships at Lake Mercer in West Windsor, New Jersey and also co-hosted the 2011 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The MAAC, Canisius College and Niagara University successfully hosted the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship First and Second Rounds at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, New York. All three parties hosted the event in 2004 and 2007. The MAAC and Rider University co-hosted the 2009 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship Regional at the Sovereign Bank Arena in Trenton, N.J., after recording the third highest attendance figure for the women’s championship with the First and Second Rounds in 2006. The MAAC, Canisius College and Niagara University will work together for the fourth time to co-host the 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball second and third rounds at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, NY.

ACADEMICS AND ATHLETICS

The MAAC prides itself on the accomplishments of its student-athletes in the classroom, as well as on the field. Mary Beth Riley, a 1991 graduate of Canisius, was the first recipient of the NCAA Woman of the Year Award. In the fall of 1998, Erin Whalen, a member of the Iona women’s rowing team, was awarded one of the nation’s 32 Rhodes Scholarships for academic achievement and civic leadership. Jose Vargas, a Loyola student, was also awarded a Rhodes Scholarship in 1999. First-class facilities are the rule with MAAC schools, as teams regularly play in top-notch arenas, such as Madison Square Garden, the Barclays Center, the MassMutual Center, the IZOD Center, First Niagara Center, Times Union Center, the Webster Bank Arena, and the Sun National Bank Center. This year, the MAAC will take the women’s soccer championship to Orlando, Florida at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The 2014 MAAC Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships will be held at Disney’s Palm Golf Course. In the past several years, a number of the MAAC schools have also enjoyed success in NCAA Championships. MAAC schools have played in a total of 80 NIT games and 79 NCAA games. In 2013, the MAAC had a record 6 men basketball programs participate in postseason play- Iona (NCAA Championship), Niagara (NIT), Canisius, Fairfield, Loyola, and Rider (CIT). Canisius and Loyola both advanced to the Quarterfinal round, while Rider reached the second round. In 2012, the MAAC had two teams advance to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship for the first time in 16 years, with Loyola earning the league’s automatic bid and Iona garnering an at-large bid. In 2007, the Marist women’s basketball team advanced to the Sweet 16 before falling to the eventual National Champion, the University of Tennessee. The Red Foxes have recorded five NCAA wins since their runs in 2007. The MAAC has also been a leader in the forefront of technology, expanding the notoriety of the league into cyberspace. In 2007, the league reached an agreement with JumpTV, Inc., now NeuLion, Inc., to design and host the MAAC web page. MAACSports.com has been a great success, providing fans with up-to-date contest results, live and on-demand video and an online merchandise store. The MAAC, in conjunction with NeuLion, launched an iPhone app in February 2011, followed by Android and iPad apps that were released during the 2011-12 academic year. In September 2011, the conference announced the launch of MAAC.TV, the league’s first broadband network. Eight schools - Canisius, Fairfield, Iona, Manhattan, Marist, Monmouth, Rider, and Saint Peter’s - are currently part of the network, which broadcast over 400 live events in 2012-13. The MAAC President for the 2013-2014 academic year is Dr. Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D., the President of Saint Peter’s University. The Vice-President is John J. Hurley, the President of Canisius College. John D’Argenio, Director of Athletics at Siena College, will chair the Committee on Athletic Administration, and Allison Sexton, Senior Woman Administrator at Fairfield University University will serve as Vice Chair.

MAAC ASSOCIATE SPORTS

In June of 1995, the MAAC continued to develop opportunities for studentathletes as the conference announced the formation of the MAAC Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Leagues. The men’s league began competition in the spring of 1996, while the women’s league commenced in the spring of 1997. The men’s league consists of four MAAC schools - Canisius, Manhattan, Marist, and Siena and three associate members - Detroit, Jacksonville and Virginia Military Institute. The women’s league consists of MAAC institutions Canisius, Fairfield, Iona, Manhattan, Marist, Niagara and Siena. In 2002, the MAAC added the MAAC Women’s Water Polo League. The league is currently made up of three MAAC schools - Iona, Marist and Siena - as well as four associate members, St. Francis (N.Y.), Villanova, VMI and Wagner. Sacred Heart started participating in MAAC Women’s Rowing in the spring of 2008. Drake University joined the league for the 2010 MAAC Championship, while Robert Morris began competition in the spring of 2011.

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2012 MAAC FINAL STANDINGS MAAC Pct Overall Pct Fairfield 15-3 .833 22-9 .710 Siena 14-4 .778 21-11 .656 Canisius 13-5 .722 16-13 .552 Niagara 12-6 .667 15-14 .517 Manhattan 10-8 .556 15-15 .500 Marist 8-10 .444 12-16 .429 Iona 7-10 .412 10-19 .345 Loyola 6-11 .353 13-15 .464 Rider 4-14 .222 11-17 .393 Saint Peter’s 0-18 .000 1-31 .031 MAAC Semifinals: Fairfield 3, Niagara 1; Siena 3, Canisius 1 MAAC Championship: Fairfield 3, Siena 2 NCAA Tournament: USC 3, Fairfield 0

2012 MAAC AWARDS ALL-MAAC FIRST TEAM Samantha Good, Canisius Brianna Dixion, Fairfield Rachel Romansky, Fairfield Caitlin Stapleton, Fairfield Kari Honomichl, Niagara Taylor Akana, Siena Lesli Akeo, Siena

PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kari Honomichl, Niagara SETTER OF THE YEAR Rachel Romansky, Fairfield LIBERO OF THE YEAR Lesli Akeo, Siena

ALL-MAAC SECOND TEAM ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Allyson Severyn, Canisius Sydney Volovski, Manhattan Catrina Warren, Iona Jac Bullock, Loyola ANACONDA SPORTS COACH OF THE YEAR Michelle James, Niagara Alija Pittenger, Fairfield Ellen Senf, Niagara Mariana Furquim, Manhattan MAAC TOURNAMENT MVP Colleen Ahearn, Siena Brianna Dixion, Fairfield MAAC ALL-ROOKIE TEAM MAAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Nicole Marzik, Fairfield Samantha Good, Canisius McKenzie Humann, Iona Marilyn Peizer, Fairfield Sydney Volovski, Manhattan Rachel Romansky, Fairfield Taylor Edmonds, Niagara Kari Honomichl, Niagara Nicole Moorman, Rider Lesli Akeo, Siena Lauren Behrens, Saint Peter’s Jaqueline Skeen, Siena Meghann Wright, Siena

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS KILLS

1. Luka Van Cauteren, 2003 2. Maggie Pfeifer, 2005 3. Megan O’Dorisio, 2005 4. Diane Strutner, 2010 5. Amy O’Dorisio, 2000 6. Maggie Pfeifer, 2004 7. Kim Elphick, 1997 8. Kim Frederick, 1998 9. Kim Elphick, 1994 10. Paige Carson, 1995

HITTING PERCENTAGE 1. Maggie Pfeifer, 2003 2. Maggie Pfeifer, 2002 3. Maggie Pfeifer, 2005 4. Jeanine Hanratty, 1993 5. Maggie Pfeifer, 2004 6. Juliana Behrens, 2012 7. Luka Van Cauteren, 2003 8. Luka Van Cauteren, 2002 9. Kim Elphick, 1997 10. Lauryn McKinney, 2000

ASSISTS

1. Jeanine Hanratty, 1994 2. Alyssa Getzel, 2006 3. Katie Hower, 1997 4. Katie Hower, 1998 5. Jamie Collareta, 2010 6. Bridgett Geddes, 2001 7. Marci Diaz, 2000 8. Hollegn Henderson, 2011 9. Katie Hower, 1996 10. Alyssa Getzel, 2007

610 511 491 461 458 450 439 430 427 424

.372 .350 .349 .348 .328 .324 .314 .304 .296 .293

1302 1298 1274 1250 1239 1229 1145 1141 1134 1110

DIGS

1. Kelsey Huntoon, 2012 2. Ashley Watson, 2006 3. Julie Bies, 2010 4. Ashley Watson, 2007 5. Amy O’Dorisio, 2000 6. Ashley Davis, 2005 7. Allison Lind, 1994 8. Amy O’Dorisio, 2002 9. Amy O’Dorisio, 1999 10. Jamie Pavel, 2003

ACES

1. Paige Carson, 1995 2. Amy O’Dorisio, 2000 3. Krista Thorsen, 2002 4. Allison Lind, 1995 Liz Livingstone, 1993 6. Allison Lind, 1994 7. Katie Hower, 1997 Liz Livingstone, 1992 9. Luka Van Cauteren, 2003 Laura Patten, 1995

BLOCK ASSISTS

1. Kim Elphick, 1994 2. Kim Elphick, 1996 3. LaKell Havens, 2011 4. Whitney Judkins, 2003 5. Rita Welsh, 2009 Rita Welsh, 2007 Maggie Pfeifer, 2005 8. Rita Welsh, 2006 9. Jackie Kapovich, 2007 Maggie Pfeifer, 2002

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SOLO BLOCKS

1. Kim Elphick, 1994 2. Ninoshka Mena, 1994 3. Liz Livingstone, 1992 4. Kim Elphick, 1995 5. Ninoshka Mena, 1997 6. Paige Carson, 1993 7. Kim Elphick, 1997 8. Rita Welsh, 2009 9. Kim Frederick, 1998 10. Lauren Belcher, 2002

TOTAL BLOCKS

1. Kim Elphick, 1994 2. Kim Elphick, 1996 3. LaKell Havens, 2011 4. Rita Welsh, 2009 5. Kim Elphick, 1995 6. Rita Welsh, 2007 7. Ninoshka Mena, 1997 8. Rita Welsh, 2006 Ninoshka Mena, 1994 10. Rita Welsh, 2008 Maggie Pfeifer, 2005 Lauren Belcher, 2002

SETS PLAYED

1. Kim Elphick, 1994 Jeanine Hanratty, 1994 3. Maria Kotsialiotis, 1994 4. Allison Lind, 1994 5. Laura Patten, 1994 Ninoshka Mena, 1994 7. Leslie Gandara, 1998 Jeannett Valentino, 1994 9. Julie Bies, 2010 Jamie Collareta, 2010 Alexa Lampasona, 2010 Diane Strutner, 2010

MATCHES PLAYED

1. Leslie Gandara, 1998 2. Kim Frederick, 1998 3. Lori Bambauer, 2003 Ashley Davis, 2003 Whitney Judkins, 2003 Jamie Pavel, 2003 Maggie Pfeifer, 2003 Meghan Plunkett, 2003 Krista Thorsen, 2003 Luka Van Cauteren, 2003 Shana Bannert, 1998 Katie Hower, 1998

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CAREER RECORDS KILLS

1. Amy O’Dorisio, 1999-2002 2. Maggie Pfeifer, 2002-05 3. Kim Elphick, 1994-97 4. Kim Frederick, 1998-2001 5. Paige Carson, 1993-96 6. Lauren Belcher, 1999-2002 7. Megan O’Dorisio, 2002-05 8. Luka Van Cauteren, 2002-03 9. Rita Welsh, 2006-09 10. Diane Strutner, 2007-10

HITTING PERCENTAGE 1. Maggie Pfeifer, 2002-05 2. Luka Van Cauteren, 2002-03 3. Jeanine Hanratty, 1992-94 4. Lauryn McKinney, 1999-2002 5. LaKell Havens, 2010-11 6. Allison Lind, 1993-96 7. Lauren Belcher, 1999-2002 8. Kim Frederick, 1998-2001 9. Kim Elphick, 1994-97 10. Paige Carson, 1993-96

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.348 .310 .291 .272 .268 .267 .262 .262 .253 .250

ASSISTS

1. Katie Hower, 1996-99 2. Alyssa Getzel, 2005-08 3. Lori Bambauer, 2003-05 4. Bridgett Geddes, 2000-02 5. Jamie Collareta, 2009-12 6. Jeanine Hanratty, 1992-94 7. Marci Diaz, 1999-2001 8. Hollegn Henderson, 2011-12 9. Luka Van Cauteren, 2002-03 10. Allison Lind, 1993-96

DIGS

1. Amy O’Dorisio, 1999-2002 2. Ashley Watson, 2004-07 3. Julie Bies, 2009-12 4. Diane Strutner, 2007-10 5. Allison Lind, 1993-96 6. Tahleen Varian, 1997-2000 7. Ashley Davis, 2002-05 8. Kelsey Huntoon, 2009-12 9. Katie Hower, 1996-99 10. Kim Frederick, 1998-2001

4568 3598 2911 2490 2480 2476 1652 1575 1254 1207

1812 1665 1618 1427 1237 1184 1148 1147 1133 1104

ACES

1. Amy O’Dorisio, 1999-2002 2. Allison Lind, 1993-96 3. Katie Hower, 1996-99 4. Maria Kotsialiotis, 1993-96 5. Laura Patten, 1994-97 6. Alyssa Getzel, 2005-08 7. Paige Carson, 1993-96 8. Maggie Pfeifer, 2002-05 9. Ashley Watson, 2004-07 10. Leslie Gandara, 1997-2000

BLOCK ASSISTS

1. Kim Elphick, 1994-97 2. Rita Welsh, 2006-09 3. Maggie Pfeifer, 2002-05 4. Whitney Judkins, 2003-06 5. Kim Frederick, 1998-2001 6. Ninoshka Mena, 1994-97 7. Lauren Belcher, 1999-2002 8. Paige Carson, 1993-96 9. Alexa Lampasona, 2009-12 10. LaKell Havens, 2010-11

SOLO BLOCKS

1. Kim Elphick, 1994-97 2. Ninoshka Mena, 1994-97 3. Rita Welsh, 2006-09 4. Lauren Belcher, 1999-2002 5. Kim Frederick, 1998-2001 6. Maggie Pfeifer, 2002-05 7. Paige Carson, 1993-96 8. Jeanine Hanratty, 1992-94 9. Liz Livingstone, 1992-93 10. Whitney Judkins, 2003-06

TOTAL BLOCKS

1. Kim Elphick, 1994-97 2. Rita Welsh, 2006-09 3. Maggie Pfeifer, 2002-05 4. Ninoshka Mena, 1994-97 5. Kim Frederick, 1998-2001 6. Whitney Judkins, 2003-06 7. Lauren Belcher, 1999-2002 8. Paige Carson, 1993-96 9. LaKell Havens, 2010-11 10. Alexa Lampasona, 2009-12

SETS PLAYED

1. Kim Elphick, 1994-97 2. Julie Bies, 2009-12 3. Kim Frederick, 1998-2001 Lauren Patten, 1994-97 5. Maria Kotsialiotis, 1993-96 6. Whitney Judkins, 2003-06 Ninoshka Mena, 1994-97 8. Maggie Pfeifer, 2002-05 9. Amy O’Dorisio, 1999-2002 10. Paige Carson, 1993-96

MATCHES PLAYED

1. Whitney Judkins, 2003-06 2. Maggie Pfeifer, 2002-05 3. Kim Frederick, 1998-2001 4. Julie Bies, 2009-12 5. Andrea Reiff, 2005-08 Ashley Davis, 2002-05 Amy O’Dorisio, 1999-2002 8. Rita Welsh, 2006-09 Ashley Watson, 2004-07 Katie Hower, 1996-99

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AWARD WINNERS MAAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR

MAAC ALL-ROOKIE TEAM SELECTIONS

Luka Van Cauteren, 2002 Luka Van Cauteren, 2003

Hollegn Henderson, 2011 Malia McGuinness, 2011 Sydney Volovski, 2012

MAAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

Amy O’Dorisio, 1999 Sydney Volovski, 2012

Mark Jones, 2010

Second Team Kim Frederick, 2000 Third Team Kim Frederick, 2001

FIRST TEAM ALL-MAAC SELECTIONS

ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT SELECTIONS

MAAC COACH OF THE YEAR

Amy O’Dorisio, 2000-01 Bridgett Geddes, 2001 Luka Van Cauteren, 2002-03 Maggie Pfeifer, 2003-04 Sherryta Stokes, 2008

Kim Frederick, 1999 Lauren Belcher, 2002 Amy O’Dorisio, 2002 Alyssa Getzel, 2006

SECOND TEAM ALL-MAAC SELECTIONS

Kim Frederick, 2000-01 Lauryn McKinney, 2000-01-02 Amy O’Dorisio, 2000-02 Tahleen Varian, 2000 Lauren Belcher, 2001-02 Cheryl Sasadeusz, 2001 Allison O’Neill, 2002-03-04 Maggie Pfeifer, 2003-04-05 Krista Thorsen, 2003 Helena Ward, 2003-04 Whitney Judkins, 2004-05-06 Megan O’Dorisio, 2004-05 Ashley Davis, 2005 Jasmine Rogers, 2005 Ashley Watson, 2005-06-07

MAAC ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM SELECTIONS

Amy O’Dorisio, 1999, 2002 Marci Diaz, 2000 Kim Frederick, 2000-01 Sherryta Stokes, 2006 Diane Strutner, 2010 Malia McGuinness, 2011 Mariana Furquim, 2012

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Andrea Reiff, 2006-07-08 Alyssa Getzel, 2007-08 Rita Welsh, 2007-08-09 Jen Haggerty, 2008 Lindsay Haley, 2008 Katie Kerbstat, 2008 Diane Strutner, 2008-09-10 Julie Bies, 2010-11-12 Jamie Collareta, 2010-11-12 Maddie Heck, 2010-11-12 Kelsey Huntoon, 2010-11-12 Alexa Lampasona, 2010-11-12 LaKell Havens, 2011 Sarah Haselhorst, 2012


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Anderson, Deandra (2011-12) Anderson, Karlee (2012) Aldrich, Jackie (2010-11)

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Bambauer, Lori (2003-05) Bannert, Shana (1998-00) Barbieri, Danielle (2006) Beal, Julie (2006) Behrens, Juliana (2012-P) Belcher, Lauren (1999-02) Bellotti, Laura (2009) Bies, Julie (2009-12) Bozzo, Clare (2013-P) Brophy, Katherine (1990) Brown, Tiffany (1999) Brozier, Marissa (2003) Burkhart, Catherine (1990-91)

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Call, Bridget (2008-09) Carson, Paige (1993-96) Cepero, Veronica (1999) Chamberlin, Nikki (2010) Collareta, Jamie (2009-12) Cox, Catherine (1990) Crist, Alexis (2013-P)

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Daly, Jennifer (1990-92) Davis, Ashley (2002-05) DeCicco, Mia (1994) DeGagne, Brittany (2010-11) DelGaudio, Tracy (1990-91) Devine, Heather (1995-98) Diaz, Marci (1999-01) DiSalvo, Elissa (2007) Donnelly, Mary (2013-P) Donohue, Kerry Anne (1990)

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Elphick, Kim (1994-97)

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Farol, Leilani (1995-98) Fisher, Jennifer (1995) Flad, Yolanda (1990) Franciosa, Jenna (2007) Frederick, Kim (1998-01) Furquim, Mariana (2011-12)

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Haggerty, Jen (2007-08) Haley, Lindsay (2007-08) Hanratty, Jeanine (1991-94) Haselhorst, Sarah (2011-P) Havens, LaKell (2010-11) Heck, Maddie (2009-12) Henderson, Hollegn (2011-12) Hinkle, Stephanie (2000) Hower, Katie (1996-99) Huntoon, Kelsey (2009-12)

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Judkins, Whitney (2003-06)

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Kapovich, Jackie (2007-08) Kerbstat, Katie (2007-08) Kitlar, Anna (2013-P) Kotsialiotis, Maria (1993-96) Kullak, Aurore (2009-10)

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LaCour, Kelsey (2013-P) Lampasona, Alexa (2009-12) Lanyon, Anna (2004) Lebedevitch, Danielle (2005) Leon, Jackie (2001-02) Lind, Allison (1993-96) Livingstone, Elizabeth (1990-93) Lockwood, Lisa (1990-93) Luna, Jacqueline (1990) Lyons, Kathleen (1990-91) Lyons, Margaret (1991-94)

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Mannion, Colleen (1993) McGlynn, Siobhan (1990-92) McGuinness, Malia (2011-P) McKinney, Lauryn (1999-02) Mena, Ninoshka (1994-97) Mondoro, Giulia (2007) Mueller, Karin (1996)

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Nugent, Katelyn (2012-P)

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O’Dorisio, Amy (1999-02) O’Dorisio, Megan (2002-05) O’Neill, Allison (2001-04)

Gagne-Fregau, Ariane (2003) Gandara, Leslie (1997-00) Geddes, Bridgett (2000-02) Getzel, Alyssa (2005-08) Gray, Jade (2013-P)

Patten, Laura (1994-97) Pavel, Jamie (2000-03) Peric, Teodora (2013-P) Petrenko, Olga (2005) Pfeifer, Maggie (2002-05) Plunkett, Meghan (2003-06)

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Rahey, Jaci (2007-10) Raser, Sarah (2005) Reiff, Andrea (2005-08) Roberts, Cayla (2007) Rogers, Jasmine (2004-05) Rudner, Erin (1999) Ryan, Eileen (1990-92)

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Sasadeusz, Cheryl (1998-01) Schatz, Patricia (1990) Schultz, Emily (2003) Scott, Natasha (1991) Shiels, Beth (1995-98) Spellman, Therese (1990) Stokes, Sherryta (2006-08) Strutner, Diane (2007-10) Swanson, Tiffany (1996-99)

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Thorsen, Krista (2002-03) Tibbs, Christiane (1996) Tidwell, Casey (2009) Timo, Jayne (2009-10)

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Valentino, Jeannette (1991-94) Van Cauteren, Luka (2002-03) Varian, Tahleen (1997-00) Volovski, Sydney (2012-P)

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Ward, Helena (2003-04) Watson, Ashley (2004-07) Watson, Kandice (2006) Weis, Erin (2013-P) Welsh, Rita (2006-09) Whelan, Maura (1991-93) Wiekamp, Ellie (2012-P)

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Yamashiro, Allie (2013-P) *-Current players in BOLD ITALICS

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2013 Manhattan College Volleyball Yearbook