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2009 Golden Eagle Volleyball UMC Quick Facts UMC Address: 2900 University Ave., Crookston, MN 56716 Founded: 1966 as a 2-year, 1993 as a 4-year institution Enrollment: 1,300 Team Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Maroon & Gold National Affiliation: NCAA II Conference: Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) Lysaker Gymnasium: Capacity 3,500 Chancellor: Charles H. Casey, D.V.M. Athletic Director: Stephanie Helgeson Assistant Athletic Director/SWA: Natasha Kuhle Compliance Coordinator: Jason Tangquist Head Trainer: Stef Parsons Assistant Trainer: Kristin Chase Faculty Athletic Representative: Cleon Melsa, Ph.D. SID: Mitch Bakken (bakke044@umn.edu) SID Phone: 218-281-8414 Assistant SID: Chris Vito (vito@umn.edu) Assistant SID Phone: 218-281-8445 SID Fax: 218-281-8430 Head Women’s Volleyball Coach: Lee Anderson Phone: 218-281-8418 Email: ande9330@umn.edu Fax: 218-281-8430 UMC Athletics Website: www.goldeneaglesports.com

MAJOR MEDIA OUTLETS RADIO KROX 1260 AM Radio, Crookston, MN (Frank Fee, Sports Director) 218-281-1140 NEWSPAPERS Crookston Daily Times, Crookston, MN (Derek Martin, Sports Editor) 218-281-7234 Grand Forks Herald, Grand Forks, ND (Jeff New, Sports Editor) Fargo Forum, Fargo, ND (Chad Purcell, Sports Desk) TELEVISION WDAZ – TV, Grand Forks, ND (Pat Sweeney, Sports Director) KXJB – TV, Fargo, ND (Nicole Haugen, Sports Director) KVLY – TV, Fargo, ND (Dan Hammer, Sports Director) WDAY – TV, Fargo, ND (Steve Hallstrom, Sports Director) FOX – TV, Fargo, ND (Jeremy Jorgenson, Sports Director) WIRE SERVICE Associated Press, Minneapolis, MN Associated Press, Fargo, ND Associated Press, Bismarck, ND

UMC Golden Eagles INTERVIEWS Requests for interviews with players or coaches can be made by contacting Mitch Bakken in the Sports Information Office at 218281-8414 or Chris Vito at 218-281-8445. Credits: The 2009 University of Minnesota, Crookston Volleyball Media Guide was written, edited and designed by Mitch Bakken, Sports Information Director, Chris Vito, Assistant Sports Information Director and Patti Tiedemann, UMC Graphic Designer. Cover design by Fine Print of Grand Forks, Inc. Photography by Golden Eagle Athletics, the Crookston Daily Times, KROX and John Zak, University Relations. The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation. Disability accommodations provided upon request.

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A Brief History of UMC 1851 The Minnesota Territorial Laws of 1851, chapter 3, establish the University of Minnesota (at what is now its Minneapolis campus) and vest its government in a Board of Regents. This statute was approved on February 25, 1851 1858 Minnesota becomes a state. 1879 The city of Crookston is incorporated. 1895 The Minnesota legislature appropriates $30,000 to procure equipment and to construct two experimental research farms, one at Morris and one at Crookston. The Great Northern Railway, under the guidance of James J. Hill, donates 476.61 acres. The Northwest Experiment Station is established. 1905 Minnesota legislature appropriates $15,000 to establish the Northwest School of Agriculture, a regional residential agJames J. Hill ricultural high school. The school provides training in “the technical and practical business of agriculture and in the art of homemaking.” The term of schooling begins in October and ends in March to accommodate farm students. 1909 The first class graduates from the Northwest School of Agriculture. 1963 With the changing demands of the region and in the agriculture industry, it becomes apparent to state officials that a college-level technical educational institution is urgently needed. A study by the University of Minnesota Bureau of Field Studies begins an examination of new roles for the Northwest School of Agriculture. University Regents discuss launching a college-level technical institute. 1965 Dr. Stanley D. Sahlstrom is appointed head of the University of Minnesota Technical Institute to be located on the campus of the Northwest School of Agriculture in Crookston. 1966 Classes begin in September at the University of Minnesota Technical Institute. Associate in Applied Science degrees are offered in three academic divisions: Agriculture, Business, and General Studies. Dedication ceremonies for the new college are held on November 30, 1966. Students of the Northwest School of Agriculture and the U of M “Tech” share the campus through the spring of 1968. Dr. Stanley D. 1968 Sahlstrom The final class of the Northwest School of Agriculture graduates in the school’s 60th commencement ceremonies. The first class graduates from the University of Minnesota Technical Institute, now an official coordinate campus of the University of Minnesota. (Renamed University of Minnesota Technical College in 1969.) 1985 Dr. Donald Sargeant is appointed provost of Crookston campus. The title for all coordinate campus chief executive officers is changed from provost to chancellor. 1988 University of Minnesota Regents officially change name of Crookston campus to University of Minnesota, Crookston. 1992 U of M Board of Regents gives UMC approval to offer baccalaureate degree programs at its June meeting. 1993 UMC’s baccalaureate degree programs are approved by the Minnesota Higher Education Coordinating Board and accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Three academic divisions support the new polytechnic concept: Agricultural Management, Management, and Technical Studies. Classes for the baccalaureate degrees begin that fall. In the fall UMC’s technology component is also initiated, providing each full-time student with a notebook computer and preinstalled software. 1994 UMC’s first bachelor of science degrees are awarded at commencement ceremonies. A small group of students had been working on a “3 + 1” degree agreement before UMC had been authorized to offer four-year degrees. In the Dr. Donald Sargeant spring of 1994, twenty-four students receive their B.S. degree at UMC. 1998 A new structure for Academic Affairs redefines program areas into four academic centers and one technology support center. UMC is ranked third in “Best Midwest Regional Colleges” by US News for the 1998-99 year. 1999 UMC moves up to rank second in “Best Midwest Regional Colleges” by US News for the 1999-2000 year. 2000 Yahoo! Internet Life Magazine Online ranks UMC the “#1 Most Wired College” in its category (Baccalaureate II) for 2000. UMC remains ranked at second in “Best Midwest Regional Colleges” by US News for the 2000-2001 year. 2001 UMC is honored with the “Pioneer Award” at the Fourth Annual Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, held January 4-6, 2001, at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey. The Wall Street Journal calls UMC “The College of the Future—Today” in special section on technology and education that includes a full-page feature on UMC appearing in the Monday, March 12, edition.

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2009 Golden Eagle Volleyball Chancellor Charles H. Casey, D.V.M. University of Minnesota, Crookston Chancellor Charles H. Casey, D.V.M., is a distinguished veterinarian and administrator with a strong rural background and an understanding of the challenges facing rural Minnesota. Since his appointment in September 2005, Chancellor Casey has led the University of Minnesota, Crookston (UMC) to a 10-year continued accreditation and secured approval from the Higher Learning Commission for online delivery of all traditional degrees offered on site. He spearheaded the strategic planning process outlining a vision for the Crookston campus that provides access to world-renowned teaching and research and serves as a regional hub in northwestern Minnesota for undergraduate education leading to a University of Minnesota diploma; technology applications in higher education; innovation, entrepreneurism and regional sustainability; leadership development; and global and diverse cultural experiences. Under his leadership, the Crookston campus has seen a rise in enrollment for incoming freshmen, transfer and international students. Online credit hours also continue to climb. Prior to joining UMC, Chancellor Casey served as dean and director of the University of Minnesota Extension Service and the director of the Veterinary Outreach Programs at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. He holds a bachelor of science and doctor of veterinary medicine degree from the University of Minnesota. Among his awards are the Outstanding Achievement Award from the University of Minnesota; Director’s Distinguished Service Award from the Minnesota Extension Service; Torch & Shield Award from the University of Minnesota, Crookston; and he was named Minnesota Veterinarian of the Year in 1984. He is a recipient of the Honorary State Future Farmers of America Degree and the Friend of 4-H Award. Chancellor Casey has three children, Shannon, Heather and David and three grandchildren, Maggie, Griffin and Reid. He and his wife, Barbara Muesing, enjoy traveling, especially to visit family.

Director of Athletics Stephanie Helgeson Stephanie Helgeson begins her 15th year with the UMC athletic department. She was named Athletic Director in October of 2003. Previously she was the Sports Information Director and most recently the Assistant Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) at UMC. A native of Erskine, MN, she attended the University of Minnesota, Crookston from 1990-91 before receiving her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of North Dakota in 1995. Stephanie received her Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of North Dakota in the summer of 2009. She is currently a member of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators, National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), Development Directors and NCAA Division II Athletic Administrators and successfully completed the University of Minnesota President’s Emerging Leaders Program in June of 2006. www.goldeneaglesports.com


Golden Eagle Volleyball Athletic Staff and Head Coaches

Natasha Kuhle

Jason Tangquist

Gary Warren

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2009 Golden Eagle Volleyball Head Coach, Lee Anderson Coach Lee Anderson begins his third season with Golden Eagle Volleyball. Prior to his appointment at UMC, Anderson served as the head volleyball coach at Glenville State College in Glenville, W.V. for two seasons (2005-06). In 2005, the Pioneers had a record of 3-28. Anderson turned the 2006 season around, finishing with a record of 10-17. The team set a new school record for conference wins in a season. The team also had one player named 2nd team All-Conference, one named Honorable Mention and three freshmen made the AllFreshmen team. A native of Renfrew (Ontario), Canada, Anderson also served as the assistant women’s volleyball coach at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Mich. During Anderson’s tenure as assistant coach, the Bulldogs compiled a record of 41-21 (.661), including a Great Lakes Intercollegiate Conference (GLIAC) Tournament Championship in 2004 and a trip to the NCAA Regional Tournament. He served as head coach for three seasons (2000-03) at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario. At Lakehead, Anderson had a 13-38 (.342) overall record in the Ontario University Athletics East Division during his three seasons at the helm, including a fifth place finish in 2002-03. He also directed volleyball sport development camps and organized department media conferences during his tenure. In addition to his coaching duties, Anderson served as a practical instructor in the school’s Kinesiology Department. Besides his collegiate coaching experience, Anderson has also coached various midget, youth and high school teams since earning a Bachelor of Science degree in human kinetics from the University of Ottawa (Ontario) in 1998. His previous head coaching positions included Henry Wisewood High School (1999) in Calgary, Ottawa’s Immaculata High School (1995-98) along with both the Northwestern Ontario Under-18 (2002) and Under-17 (2001-02) development teams. In 2000, Anderson earned his masters degree in kinesiology with a specialization in the art and science of coaching from the University of Calgary.

Assistant Coach, Heather Grieser Assistant coach Heather Grieser enters her third season with the Golden Eagle Volleyball program. Prior to joining the Golden Eagles, she spent two years with the Pioneers of Glenville State College in Glenville, W.V. Grieser spent eight years coaching USA Junior Olympic volleyball with Premier Volleyball Club out of Toledo, OH. While at Premier, she coached various national level teams ranging in age from 15’s through 18’s. Grieser also served as the Tournament Director for the club, helping to organize and run over 65 tournaments per season. Her Premier Volleyball Club teams have won many honors, including an Ohio Valley Regional championship in 1998 (17’s) and a National Junior Invitational Tournament championship in 2002 (16’s). In 2004, Grieser served as an assistant coach at Siena Heights University in Adrian, MI. Prior to assisting at SHU, Grieser was the varsity volleyball coach at Liberty Center High School (Liberty Center, OH) in 2002 and served as the varsity volleyball coach at Swanton High School (Swanton, OH) in 2001. Both programs showed marked improvement during her tenure. From 1996 to 2000, Grieser served as the assistant coach for Owens Community College in Toledo, OH. The 1995 Owens Express volleyball team posted a 6-21 record. In 1996, the squad finished 15-21 and earned a berth in the NJCAA National Championship tournament where they finished in 5th place. The Express continued improving, winning several OCCAC regular season and tournament champion titles and qualified for the NJCAA National tournament every season. The 2000 team finished the season with a 46-7 record, were undefeated OCCAC regular season champions, OCCAC tournament champions and finished third in the NJCAA National tournament. The Owens Express were honored to have several players earn All-Conference, All-Region and All-American honors during the five seasons that Grieser served as an assistant. Heather is also the Academic Support Specialist at the U of M, Crookston. Her main duties include working with student-athletes who are on probation or contract, monitoring NCAA progress towards degree requirements, maintaining student-athlete academic files and working with student athletes in all areas of academic performance. www.goldeneaglesports.com


2009 Golden Eagle Volleyball Assistant Coach, Samantha Hollekim Samantha Hollekim begins her first year as a volunteer assistant coach with the Golden Eagle Volleyball program. Prior to coming to the University of Minnesota, Crookston Samantha coached for Sacred Heart High School in East Grand Forks, N.D. (1 year), the ClimaxFisher Junior Olympic program (1 year) and the Grand Forks Stars Junior Olympic program (4 years). Samantha is also the Director of Soccer operations at the University of Minnesota, Crookston. Samantha graduated in May 2009 from the University of North Dakota. She earned a degree in physical education, exercise science and wellness (Magna Cum Laude). In addition, she earned minors in coaching, psychology, and school health.

2009 Golden Eagle Seniors

#14 Jaclyn Slepicka #12 Ashley Allen #11 Amber Meyer

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2009 Golden Eagle Volleyball Roster #

Name

1

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

Hometown

Kelsey Matykowski S

5-7

RS

Sun Prairie, WI

2

Jennifer Hecht

DS/LIB

5-7

JR

Cedar, MI

7

Amanda Swann

OH

5-11

FR

Rochester, MI

8

Alyssa Krikke

MH

6-0

JR

Grand Rapids, MI

9

Shannon Cologna

S

5-8

JR

Peoria, AZ

10 Danielle Rueter

OH

5-9

SO

Burlington, WI

11 Amber Meyer

MH

6-2

JR

Paxton, NE

12 Ashley Allen

OH

6-0

SR

Buffalo, MN

13 Margo McHugh

OH/DS

5-9

FR

Indian Harbour Beach, FL

14 Jaclyn Slepicka *

LIB

5-2

SR

Crystal Lake, IL

15 Janie Bauer

S

5-8

SO

Durand, WI

* Captain Head Coach………………………… ………………………………Lee Anderson Assistant Coach……………………………………………………. Heather Grieser Assistant Coach……………………………………………………. Samantha Hollekim

Pronunciations: Matykowski = (Matt-a-cow-ski) Krikke = (Crick-ee) Cologna = (Co-low-na)

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2009 Senior Profiles #12

About Ashley:

Ashley Allen

2008: Junior season… played in 95 games… recorded 117 kills… tallied 16 service aces… finished the season with 24 total blocks (4 solo, 20 assisted)… recorded a season high 16 kills against the University of North Dakota (9/11/08).

Senior 5-11 Outside Hitter Buffalo, MN

2007: Sophomore season… played in 51 games… recorded 58 kills (1.14 kills/game) and 40 digs… recorded a season high 13 kills against the University of North Dakota (9/18/07). 2006: Freshman season…played in 96 games… recorded 181 kills (1.89 kills/game) and 157 digs (1.64 digs/game)… tied for second on the team with 19 service aces. High School: Played high school volleyball at Buffalo High School… earned recognition as an All-Conference player… senior season averaged 4.14 kills/game and 3.98 digs/game while leading her team to the Section 2AAA semi-finals… amassed 377 kills, 362 digs, 57 aces and 25 blocks in 29 matches in 2005. Personal: Majoring in pre-veterinary science at U of M, Crookston… daughter of Jim and Nancy Allen.

Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

96-35 51-26 95-29 242-90

181 58 117 356

1.89 1.14 1.23 1.47

144 72 68 284

700 258 338 1296

.053 -.054 .145 .056

5 1 12 18

0.05 0.02 0.13 0.07

19 6 16 41

0.20 0.12 0.17 0.17

22 12 24 58

Season

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

157 40 72 269

1.64 0.78 0.76 1.11

20 16 14 50

2 3 4 9

21 14 20 55

23 17 24 64

0.24 0.33 0.25 0.26

3 1 1 5

4 0 0 4

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2009 Senior Profiles #14

About Jaclyn:

Jaclyn Slepicka

2008: Junior season… played in 101 games… named a team captain… second on team with 19 service aces… led team with 364 defensive digs… led team with 3.60 digs/game… recorded a season high 29 defensive digs against St. Cloud State (9/27/09)… surpassed 1,000 defensive digs in her career.

Senior 5-2 Libero Crystal Lake, IL (Captain)

2007: Sophomore season… played in 105 games… led team in digs with 440 (4.19 digs/game) and ranked second in service aces with 39… ranked eighth in the NSIC in service aces… ranked tenth in the NSIC in defensive digs… recorded a season high 24 defensive digs against the University of South Dakota (11/2/07). 2006: Freshman season… played in 110 games... third on the team with 277 digs (2.52 digs/game)… tied for second on the team with 19 serve aces. High School: Played at Crystal Lake South High School in Crystal Lake , IL… four year honor roll student at Crystal Lake South HS … lettered in volleyball her junior and senior years. Personal: Majoring in communication with a minor in business management (emphasis in human resources) at U of M, Crookston… daughter of Steve and Clare Bourne of Palatine, IL and Tom Slepicka of Wheeling, IL… SAAC board member (2008-09)… SAAC Vice President (2009-10)… Academic Assistance Center/SSS Tutor… writing center tutor… Outstanding Writing Center Tutor Award (2008-09)… spring (2008)/fall (2009) Dean’s List… June Shaver Specialty Scholarship recipient (2009-10). Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

110-35 105-29 101-29 316-93

2 1 2 5

0.02 0.01 0.02 0.02

4 2 0 6

16 11 3 30

-.125 -.091 .667 -.033

8 7 23 38

0.07 0.07 0.23 0.12

19 39 19 77

0.17 0.37 0.19 0.24

26 42 36 104

Season

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

277 440 364 1081

2.52 4.19 3.60 3.42

28 62 55 145

0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1

0 1 0 1

0.00 0.01 0.00 0.00

0 0 0 0

0 2 0 2

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2009 Junior Profiles #11

About Amber:

Amber Meyer Junior 6-2 Outside Hitter Paxton, NE

2008: Sophomore season… played in 102 games… led team with 331 kills and 3.25 kills/game… second on team with 51 total blocks (8 solo, 43 assisted)… ranked fourth in the NSIC in kills/game… knocked down a season high 21 kills against the University of Mary (10/31/08)… named NSIC Offensive Player of the Week on October 13, 2008… recognized as an NSIC All-Conference Honorable Mention selection. 2007: Freshman season… played in 107… ranked third in kills with 237 (2.21 kills/game)… recorded 80 blocks (13 solo/67 assisted)… recorded a season high 19 kills against the University of North Dakota (10/23/07)… set her season mark in blocks with eight (two solo/six assisted) against Southwest Minnesota State (10/6/07). Previous School : Redshirt season at the University of Nebraska-Kearney in 2006. High School: Played high school volleyball at Paxton Consolidated Schools in Paxton, NE… twice earned recognition as a First Team All-State Division II player… twice was named to the First Team All-State Tournament team… twice was named All-Central Platte Conference First Team… twice named All-Area/All-Class Player of the Year by the North Platte Telegram… named Class C-1 Division II All-Area Defensive Player of the Year her senior season… won the Nebraska State Division II Championship her junior year and was runner-up her senior year… leading blocker as a senior with 108 and led her team in kills with 291 and blocks with 79 as a junior… holds the Nebraska State Division II record for kills in a season with 482… lettered three years in volleyball. Personal: Majoring in hotel, restaurant and institutional management at U of M, Crookston… daughter of Martin and Deb Meyer.

Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

2007 2008 TOTAL

107-30 102-29 209-59

237 331 568

2.21 3.25 2.72

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

134 669 121 754 255 1423

e

.154 .279 .220

20 16 36

0.19 0.16 0.17

0 0 0

0.00 0.00 0.00

0 0 0

Season

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

2007 2008 TOTAL

33 27 60

0.31 0.26 0.29

6 1 7

13 8 21

67 43 110

80 51 131

0.75 0.50 0.63

6 10 16

4 4 8

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2009 Junior Profiles #2

About Jennifer:

Jennifer Hecht

Previous College: Played at Glenville State College.

Junior 5-7 Defensive Specialist/Libero Cedar, MI

High School: Played at Leland Public Schools in the Cherryland Conference… named fouryear All-Conference player… named All-Region junior and senior seasons… named AllState junior and senior season… took second place at the 2005 Junior Olympics. Personal: Majoring in early childhood education at U of M, Crookston… daughter of Gary and Lee Ann Hecht.

#8 Alyssa Krikke Junior 6-0 Middle Hitter Grand Rapids, MI

About Alyssa: Previous School: Competed at Grand Rapids Community College…named All-Conference and All-Region…named to the All-Tournament Team. High School: Attended Forest Hills Northern High School…named All- OK Red Conference and All-Region…served as team captain. Personal: Majoring in health sciences (preprofessional) pre-physical therapy at U of M, Crookston… daughter of Bob & Sue Krikke.

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2009 Junior Profiles #9

About Shannon:

Shannon Cologna

Previous School: Competed at Pasco-Hernando Community College…served as team captain her sophomore year.

Junior 5-6 Setter Peoria, AZ

High School: Played at Cactus High School… 2006 Wells Fargo Player of the Year. Personal: Majoring in psychology at U of M, Crookston… daughter of Mark & Cathy Cologna.

2009 Sophomore Profiles #10 Danielle Rueter Sophomore 5-9 Outside Hitter Burlington, WI

About Danielle: 2008: Freshman season… played in 102 games… second on team with 164 kills… third on team with 18 service aces… third on team with 243 defensive digs… finished the season with 22 total blocks (1 solo, 21 assisted)… tallied a season best 13 kills against Northwest Missouri State (8/29/08) and St. Cloud State (11/8/08). High School: Played at Burlington High School in the Southeast Conference… Second Team All-Conference performer as a sophomore… following her junior and senior seasons, she earned First Team All-Conference, First Team All-Area and Second Team All-County volleyball honors. Personal: Majoring in sport and recreation management at U of M, Crookston… daughter of Dan and Amy Rueter. www.goldeneaglesports.com


2009 Sophomore Profiles #15

About Janie:

Janie Bauer

2008: Redshirt. Previous School: Played at the University of Wisconsin, Stout.

Sophomore 5-8 Defensive Specialist Durand, WI

High School: Played at Durand High School in the Middle Border Conference… named All-Conference Honorable Mention (2004, 2005) and All-Conference (2006)… named team captain for the 2005 and 2006 seasons… ranked in the top 10 percent of her class and was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Majoring in pre-physical therapy at U of M, Crookston… daughter of Tom and Mary Bauer.

2009 Freshman Profiles #7

About Amanda:

Amanda Swann

High School: Attended Rochester Hills High School…four-year varsity starter and scholar athlete…served as team captain her junior and senior years…named her team’s MVP as a junior and senior…four-time AllOakland Athletic Association selection… three-time All-District and two-time All-Region selection.

Freshman 6-0 Outside Hitter Rochester, MI

Personal: Majoring in pre-physical therapy at U of M, Crookston…daughter of Steve and Adele Swann.

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About Margo:

Margo McHugh

High School: Played at West Shore Senior High School in the Cape Coast Conference… named a team captain prior to her senior season… played in the AAU National Junior Olympic Games in beach volleyball in 2006… finished 11th in the U.S. in the 16U Division… member of the National Honor Society… National Beta Club… National Honor Society of High School Scholars… member of the Academic Honor Roll.

Freshman 5-9 Outside Hitter Defensive Specialist Indian Harbour Beach, FL

Personal: Majoring in accounting at U of M, Crookston… daughter of Frank and Devin Lady.

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About Kelsey:

Kelsey

Previous School: Attended Winona State University.

Redshirt 5-7 Setter Sun Prairie, WI

High School: Attended Sun Prairie High School…earned First Team All-Big Eight Conference honors as a senior…earned Second Team All-Conference as a sophomore and junior.

Matykowski

Personal: Majoring in natural resources at U of M, Crookston… daughter of George & Jayne Matykowski.

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2009 Conference Opponents MSU- Moorhead Dragons Location: Moorhead, MN Founded: 1887 Enrollment: 7,500 President: Dr. Roland Barden Colors: Scarlet and White Nickname: Dragons National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: NSIC Athletic Director: Doug Peters Head Coach: Tammy Blake-Kath Athletics Phone: 218-477-5824 SID: NaDean Schroeder SID Phone: 218-477-2113

Minnesota Duluth

Bulldogs Location: Duluth, MN Founded: 1895 Enrollment: 11,300 Chancellor: Dr. Kathryn Martin Colors: Maroon and Gold Nickname: Bulldogs National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: NSIC Athletic Director: Bob Nielson Head Coach: Jim Boos Athletics Phone: 218-726-6200 SID: Bob Nygaard SID Phone: 218-726-8191

Bemidji State University Beavers Location: Bemidji, MN Founded: 1919 Enrollment: 5,020 President: Dr. Jon E. Quistgaard Colors: Green and White Nickname: Beavers National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: NSIC Athletic Director: Dr. Rick Goeb Head Coach: Laurie Bitter Athletics Phone: 218-755-2941 SID: Brad Folkestad SID Phone: 218-755-4603

Concordia St. Paul Golden Bears Location: St. Paul, MN Founded: 1893 Enrollment: 2,069 President: Dr. Robert Holst Colors: Navy Blue and Gold Nickname: Golden Bears National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: NSIC Athletic Director: Tom Rubbelke Head Coach: Brady Starkey Athletics Phone: 651-641-8854 SID: Josh Deer SID Phone: 651-641-8893

St. Cloud State Huskies Location: St. Cloud, MN Founded: 1869 Enrollment: 16,882 President: Dr. Earl Potter III Colors: Cardinal and Black Nickname: Huskies National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: NSIC Athletic Director: Dr. Morris Kurtz Head Coach: Patricia Mickow Athletics Phone: 320-308-3102 SID: Anne Abicht SID Phone: 320-308-2141

Minnesota State Mavericks Location: Mankato, MN Founded: 1868 Enrollment: 14,036 President: Dr. Richard Davenport Colors: Purple and Gold Nickname: Mavericks National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: NSIC Athletic Director: Kevin Buisman Head Coach: Dennis Amundson Athletics Phone: 507-389-6111 SID: Paul Allan SID Phone: 507-389-2625

Southwest Minnesota State Univ. Mustangs Location: Marshall, MN Founded: 1967 Enrollment: 3,200 President: Dr. David Danahar Colors: Brown and Vegas Gold Nickname: Mustangs National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: NSIC Athletic Director: Chris Hmielewski Head Coach: Terry Culhane SID: Kelly Loft SID Phone: 507-537-7177

Wayne State College Wildcats Location: Wayne, NE Founded: 1910 Enrollment: 3,400 President: Dr. Richard Collins Colors: Black and Gold Nickname: Wildcats National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: NSIC Athletic Director: Eric Schoh Head Coach: Scott Kneifl Athletics Phone: 402-375-7520 SID: Mike Grosz SID Phone: 402-375-7326

Augustana College Vikings Location: Sioux Falls, SD Founded: 1860 Enrollment: 1,750 Nickname: Vikings Colors: Navy and Yellow National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference:NSIC President: Rob Oliver Athletic Director: Bill Gross Head Coach: Ashley Buckley Athletics Phone: 605-274-4315 SID: Kevin Ludwig SID Phone: 605-274-4335 www.goldeneaglesports.com


2009 Conference Opponents University of Mary Marauders Location: Bismarck, ND Founded: 1959 Enrollment: 2,800 President: Sr. Thomas Welder Colors: Blue, Orange and White Nickname: Marauders National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: NSIC Athletic Director: Roger Thomas Head Coach: Heidi Sunderland Athletics Phone: 701-355-8354 SID: Brian Larson SID: 701-355-8354

Upper Iowa Peacocks Location: Fayette, IA Founded: 1857 Enrollment: 850 President: Dr. Alan G. Walker Colors: Peacock Blue and White Nickname: Peacocks National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: NSIC Athletic Director: David Miller Head Coach: Shari Robertson Athletics Phone: 563-425-5700 SID: Howard Thompson SID Phone: 563-425-5307

Winona State University Warriors Location: Winona, MN Founded: 1858 Enrollment: 8,000 President: Dr. Judith Ramaley Colors: Purple and White Nickname: Warriors National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: NSIC Athletic Director: Larry Holstad Head Coach: Connie Mettille Athletics Phone: 507-457-5210 SID: Michael Herzberg SID Phone: 507-457-5576

Northern State University Wolves Location: Aberdeen, SD Founded: 1901 Enrollment: 3,000 President: Dr. Laurie Stenberg Nichols Colors: Maroon and Gold Nickname: Wolves National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: NSIC Athletic Director: Bob Olson Head Coach: Lisa Schriver Athletics Phone: 605-626-3336 SID: Jacque Scoby SID Phone: 605-626-7748

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2009 Golden Eagle Volleyball Golden Eagle Volleyball Records TEAM RECORDS MOST KILLS

Season: 2,134 1997 Match: 84 vs. Jamestown 10/16 1996 84 vs. Augsburg 10/25 1997 MOST ATTACKS

Season: 5,574 1997 Match: 266 vs. Augustana 10/16/04 HIGHEST HITTING PERCENTAGE

Season: .214 1997 Match: .428 vs. Wayne State 11/14/03 MOST ACE SERVES

Season: 375 1997 Match: 19 vs. Luther College 9/20 1997 MOST SOLO BLOCKS

Season: 110 1997 Match: 11 vs. UM-Morris 9/5/03 MOST BLOCK ASSISTS

Season: 394 1997 Match: 28 vs. Mayville State 11/6/96 MOST ASSISTS

Season: 1,818 1997 Match: 78 vs. Augustana 10/16 2004 MOST DEFENSIVE SAVES

Season: 2.962 1997 Match: 129 vs. Minot State 10/20 1997 MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS

Most Wins: 25 1997 Fewest Losses: 17 1997 Highest Winning Percentage: .595 1997 Longest Winning Streak: 8 1997 Most Consecutive Games Won: 12 1997 Most Match Shutouts: 11 1997 Most Consecutive Home court Wins: 3 2004

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST KILLS

Match: 33 Katie Carlson vs. Mayville State 10/22/02 Season: 494 Katie Carlson 2002 Career: 1,276 Allison Kluck (2001-2004) MOST ATTACKS

Match: 76 Katie Carlson, 11-1-02 vs. Southwest State Season: 1,291 Joan Ebnet, 2004 Career: 3,379 Allison Kluck (2001-2004)

HIGHEST HITTING PERCENTAGE Match: .769 (10K-0E-13att) Jamie Wolff vs. MSUM (9-24-02) Season: .308 Erin Flynn (433K-132E-978att) (2006) Career: .275 Erin Flynn (1259K-426E-3029att) (20032006) MOST SERVICE ACES Match: 9 Kendra Corneliusen vs. Minot State 9-20-97 Season: 81 Sunny Haglund, 1997 Career: 163 Kendra Corneliusen, 1995-97 MOST SOLO BLOCKS Match: 5 Erin Flynn vs. Adams State 9/2/06 & vs. UMMorris 9/5/03 5 Chrissy Nettum, Multiple Opponents, 1994 Season: 45 Chrissy Nettum, 1994 Career: 108 Chrissy Nettum, 1993-96 MOST BLOCK ASSISTS Match: 10 Erin Flynn vs. SCSU 9/3/05 Season: 95 Kendra Corneliusen & Kylee Johnson, 1997 Career: 291 Erin Flynn (2003-2006) MOST DEFENSIVE DIGS Match: 42 Joan Ebnet vs Augustana (SD) 10/16/04 Season: 618 Joan Ebnet (2004) Career: 1,417Joan Ebnet (2003-2005) MOST ASSISTS Match: 73 Jamie Wolff, 11-16-02 vs. MN Morris Season: 1,610 Jody Lundbohm, 1997 Career: 4,925 Jamie Wolff(2001-2004) GOLDEN EAGLE 1,000 KILL CLUB Allison Kluck 1,276 (2001 - 2004) Erin Flynn 1,259 (2003-2006) Kendra Corneliusen 1,225 (1995-1997, 99) Joan Ebnet 1,046 (2003-2005) GOLDEN EAGLE 3,000 ASSIST CLUB Jamie Wolff 4,925 (2001 - 2004)) Jody Lundbohm 3,620 (1996-99) Cassie Yates 3,522 (2005-08) GOLDEN EAGLE 1,000 DIG CLUB Joan Ebnet 1,417 (2003-2005) Jaclyn Slepicka 1,081 (2006-Present) GOLDEN EAGLE 1,000 KILL/1,000 DIG CLUB Joan Ebnet, 1,046 kills - 1,417 digs

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2008 Combined Team Statistics Golden Eagle Volleyball Minnesota, Crookston Combined Team Statistics (as of Jun 30, 2009) All matches RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

layer

11 10 9 1 12 7 2 3 6 14

Meyer, Amber Rueter, Danielle Zajicek, Allison Foreman, Heather Allen, Ashley Hubbell, Andrea Bonine, Katie Yates, Cassie Holmquist, Kate Slepicka, Jaclyn TEAM MINNESOTA, CROOK Opponents

eam Statistics ATTACK Kil ls Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct Kills/Set SET Assists A s si st s / S et SERVE A ces Errors A ces / S et SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors Errors/Set DEFENSE Digs Digs/Set BLOCKING Block Solo Block Assist Total Blocks Blocks Per Game Block Errors Ball handling errors ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral site #/Avg Current win streak Home win streak

sp

k

OVERALL 6-23 6-14 0-9

k/s

ttack e

ta

pct

HOME 4-9 4-6 0-3 Set a a/s

sa

Ser e se

102 331 3.25 121 754 .279 16 0.16 0 0 102 164 1.61 100 656 .098 15 0.15 18 36 83 117 1.41 49 344 .198 1 0.01 4 0 101 142 1.41 109 607 .054 17 0.17 16 21 95 117 1.23 68 338 .145 12 0.13 16 24 98 117 1.19 48 321 .215 5 0.05 5 6 54 59 1.09 48 205 .054 4 0.07 5 11 102 48 0.47 20 163 .172 746 7.31 24 25 85 3 0.04 7 16 -.250 181 2.13 12 36 101 2 0.02 0 3 .667 23 0.23 19 36 102 1100 10.78 571 3408 .155 1023 10.03 119 195 102 1384 13.57 509 3501 .250 1284 12.59 191 199 ate

1100 571 3408 .155 8.4

1384 509 3501 .250 10.6

1023 7.8

1284 9.8

119 195 0.9

191 199 1.5

191 1.5

118 0.9

1383 10.6

1524 11.6

34 230 149.0 1.1 47 43

30 333 196.5 1.5 34 26

1375 13/106 3/182 0 0

3211 13/247 -

AWAY 2-11 2-8 0-3

sa/s

re

ig dig/s

bs

0.00 1 27 0.26 0.18 39 243 2.38 0.05 0 20 0.24 0.16 48 253 2.50 0.17 14 72 0.76 0.05 0 24 0.24 0.09 5 49 0.91 0.24 0 208 2.04 0.14 0 123 1.45 0.19 55 364 3.60 - 29 1.17 191 1383 13.56 1.87 118 1524 14.94

pponent at Nebraska-Omaha Aug 29 vs NW Missouri State Aug 30 vs Rockhurst Aug 30 vs Northern Michigan Sep 05 LAKE SUPERIOR STATE Sep 05 UNIV. OF MANITOBA Sep 06 SOUTH DAKOTA Sep 11 at North Dakota Sep 13 at South Dakota *Sep. 16 at MSU Moorhead *Sep 19 MINNESOTA DULUTH *Sep 20 BEMIDJI STATE *Sep 26 at Concordia-St. Paul *PSep 27 at St. Cloud State **Oct 03 at Minnesota State *Oct 04 at Southwest Minnesota *Oct 10 WAYNE STATE *Oct 11 AUGUSTANA *Oct 14 at University of Mary *Oct 18 MSU MOORHEAD *Oct 24 at Upper Iowa *Oct 25 at Winona State *Oct 31 UNIVERSITY OF MARY *Nov 1 NORTHERN STATE *Nov 07 CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL *Nov 08 ST. CLOUD STATE *Nov 11 SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA *11/14/08 at Wayne State *Nov 15 at Augustana ^Aug 29

dig

NEUTRAL 0-3 0-0 0-3

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

ba

locking total blk/s be bhe

8 43 51 1 21 22 4 44 48 1 16 17 4 20 24 11 62 73 1 7 8 4 16 20 0 1 1 0 0 0 34 230 149.0 30 333 196.5

Score 0-3 1-3 1-3 0-3 0-3 1-3 0-3 1-3 0-3 0-3 1-3 3-1 0-3 3-2 0-3 0-3 1-3 0-3 3-0 0-3 1-3 0-3 3-2 3-2 0-3 3-1 0-3 0-3 0-3

0.50 10 0.22 7 0.58 5 0.17 1 0.25 1 0.74 6 0.15 8 0.20 8 0.01 1 0.00 0 - 1.46 47 1.93 34

points

4 1 4 1 0 1 0 22 10 0 43 26

Score by set 12-25,22-25,15-25 25-27,25-19,23-25,22-25 27-25,22-25,11-25,15-25 23-25,16-25,23-25 18-25,22-25,23-25 25-18,10-25,14-25,20-25 16-25,17-25,16-25 14-25,24-26,25-13,20-25 13-25,12-25,14-25 11-25,19-25,21-25 15-25,21-25,28-26,16-25 25-20,25-21,23-25,25-23 11-25,15-25,16-25 16-25,25-22,16-25,25-17,16-14 23-25,15-25,18-25 12-25,14-25,16-25 13-25,19-25,25-15,21-25 20-25,18-25,12-25 25-23,25-20,25-22 24-26,19-25,23-25 25-23,23-25,23-25,23-25 17-25,19-25,18-25 25-21,25-23,18-25,18-25,15-5 25-20,25-19,32-34,20-25,15-8 19-25,15-25,14-25 22-25,25-22,25-17,25-20 19-25,19-25,18-25 14-25,22-25,19-25 19-25,17-25,15-25

Record in 3-set matches: 1-16 Record in 4-set matches: 2-7 Record in 5-set matches: 3-0

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2008 Season Results ^

Date

Opponent

Aug 29

atNebraska-Omaha

Score Score-by-set L

0-3

12-25,22-25,15-25

Overall

Conf

Time

Att.

0-1

0-0

1:06

284

Aug 29

vs NW Missouri State

L

1-3

25-27,25-19,23-25,22-25

0-2

0-0

1:32

312

Aug 30

vs Rockhurst

L

1-3

27-25,22-25,11-25,15-25

0-3

0-0

1:35

122

1:12

112 120

Aug 30

vs Northern Michigan

L

0-3

23-25,16-25,23-25

0-4

0-0

Sep 05

LAKE SUPERIOR STATE

L

0-3

18-25,22-25,23-25

0-5

0-0

Sep 05

UNIV. OF MANITOBA

L

1-3

25-18,10-25,14-25,20-25

0-6

0-0

1:30

62

Sep 06

SOUTH DAKOTA

L

0-3

16-25,17-25,16-25

0-7

0-0

0:58

78

Sep 11

at North Dakota

L

1-3

14-25,24-26,25-13,20-25

0-8

0-0

1:32

214

1:00

65 77

Sep 13

at South Dakota

L

0-3

13-25,12-25,14-25

0-9

0-0

*

Sep. 16

at MSU Moorhead

L

0-3

11-25,19-25,21-25

0-10

0-1

*

Sep 19

MINNESOTA DULUTH

L

1-3

15-25,21-25,28-26,16-25

0-11

0-2

1:40

*

Sep 20

BEMIDJI STATE

W

3-1

25-20,25-21,23-25,25-23

1-11

1-2

1:40

63

*

Sep 26

at Concordia-St. Paul

L

0-3

11-25,15-25,16-25

1-12

1-3

0:56

215

*P Sep 27

at St. Cloud State

W

3-2

16-25,25-22,16-25,25-17,16-14

2-12

2-3

2:06

221

**

Oct 03

at Minnesota State

L

0-3

23-25,15-25,18-25

2-13

2-4

1:15

389

*

Oct 04

at #7 Southwest Minnesota

L

0-3

12-25,14-25,16-25

2-14

2-5

1:07

514

*

Oct 10

WAYNE STATE

L

1-3

13-25,19-25,25-15,21-25

2-15

2-6

1:30

83

*

Oct 11

AUGUSTANA

L

0-3

20-25,18-25,12-25

2-16

2-7

1:10

65

*

Oct 14

at University of Mary

W

3-0

25-23,25-20,25-22

3-16

3-7

1:23

151

*

Oct 18

MSU MOORHEAD

L

0-3

24-26,19-25,23-25

3-17

3-8

1:11

285

*

Oct 24

at Upper Iowa

L

1-3

25-23,23-25,23-25,23-25

3-18

3-9

1:42

300

*

Oct 25

at Winona State

L

0-3

17-25,19-25,18-25

3-19

3-10

1:15

184

*

Oct 31

UNIVERSITY OF MARY

W

3-2

25-21,25-23,18-25,18-25,15-5

4-19

4-10

1:50

88

*

Nov 1

NORTHERN STATE

W

3-2

25-20,25-19,32-34,20-25,15-8

5-19

5-10

2:00

105

*

Nov 07

CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL

L

0-3

19-25,15-25,14-25

5-20

5-11

1:05

88

*

Nov 08

ST. CLOUD STATE

W

3-1

22-25,25-22,25-17,25-20

6-20

6-11

1:40

106 155

*

Nov 11

SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA

L

0-3

19-25,19-25,18-25

6-21

6-12

1:15

*

11/14/08

at #23 Wayne State

L

0-3

14-25,22-25,19-25

6-22

6-13

1:15

431

*

Nov 15

at #22 Augustana

L

0-3

19-25,17-25,15-25

6-23

6-14

1:09

243

2008 NSIC Final Standings Conference Games Institution W-L For Opp Pct --------------- ----Concordia-St. Paul *.. 20-0 60 5 1.000 Southwest Minnesota. 16-4 50 24 .800 Minnesota Duluth.... 15-5 48 22 .750 Augustana College... 15-5 50 20 .750 Minnesota State..... 15-5 50 23 .750 Wayne State......... 12-8 44 31 .600 MSU Moorhead........ 11-9 38 31 .550 Winona State........ 10-10 37 35 .500 Northern State...... 6-14 27 46 .300 Minnesota, Crookston 6-14 21 50 .300 St. Cloud State..... 5-15 26 50 .250 Upper Iowa.......... 3-17 19 55 .150 Bemidji State....... 3-17 12 52 .150 University of Mary.. 3-17 15 53 .150 * = 2008 NCAA Division II National Champion

Overall W-L --37-1 28-6 26-9 23-11 20-11 23-10 17-14 12-17 15-15 6-22 7-21 11-21 7-24 5-27

Games For Opp --- --111 18 88 39 84 40 80 46 71 45 78 44 59 52 50 58 55 58 24 74 37 68 45 73 29 74 22 86

Pct --.974 .824 .743 .676 .645 .697 .548 .414 .500 .214 .250 .344 .226 .156

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2008 Category Leaders # ATTACK (by Pct)

Slepicka, Jaclyn 11 Meyer, Amber 7 Hubbell, Andrea 9 Zajicek, Allison 3 Yates, Cassie 12 Allen, Ashley 10 Rueter, Danielle 1 Foreman, Heather 2 Bonine, Katie 6 Holmquist, Kate TM TEAM 14

# SET (by A/Set)

Yates, Cassie 6 Holmquist, Kate 14 Slepicka, Jaclyn 1 Foreman, Heather 11 Meyer, Amber 10 Rueter, Danielle 12 Allen, Ashley 2 Bonine, Katie 7 Hubbell, Andrea TM TEAM 9 Zajicek, Allison 3

S

K

101 102 98 83 102 95 102 101 54 85 102

2 331 117 117 48 117 164 142 59 3 0

K/S

E

TA

Pct

S

A

A/S

TA

Pct

102 746 85 181 101 23 101 17 102 16 102 15 95 12 54 4 98 5 102 3 83 1

7.31 2.13 0.23 0.17 0.16 0.15 0.13 0.07 0.05 0.03 0.01

-

-

0.02 0 3 .6 67 3.25 121 754 .279 1.19 48 321 .215 1.41 49 344 .198 0.47 20 163 .172 1.23 68 338 .145 1.61 100 656 .098 1.41 109 607 .054 1.09 48 205 .054 0.04 7 16 -.250 0.00 1 1 -1.000

# KILL (by K/Set)

Meyer, Amber 10 Rueter, Danielle 9 Zajicek, Allison 1 Foreman, Heather 12 Allen, Ashley 7 Hubbell, Andrea 2 Bonine, Katie 3 Yates, Cassie 6 Holmquist, Kate 14 Slepicka, Jaclyn TM TEAM 11

# SERVE (by ##) 1 2 3 6 7 9 10 11 12 14

Foreman, Heather Bonine, Katie Yates, Cassie Holmquist, Kate Hubbell, Andrea Zajicek, Allison Rueter, Danielle Meyer, Amber Allen, Ashley Slepicka, Jaclyn

# DEFENSE (by Dig/Set) # BLOCK (by B/Set)

Hubbell, Andrea 9 Zajicek, Allison 11 Meyer, Amber 12 Allen, Ashley 10 Rueter, Danielle 3 Yates, Cassie 1 Foreman, Heather 2 Bonine, Katie 6 Holmquist, Kate TM TEAM 7

S

BS

BA

Total

Blk/S

14

98 83 102 95 102 102 101 54 85 102

11 4 8 4 1 4 1 1 0 0

62 44 43 20 21 16 16 7 1 0

73.0 48.0 51.0 24.0 22.0 20.0 17.0 8.0 1.0 0.0

0.74 0.58 0.50 0.25 0.22 0.20 0.17 0.15 0.01 0.00

1 10 3 6 2 12 11 7 9

Slepicka, Jaclyn Foreman, Heather Rueter, Danielle Yates, Cassie Holmquist, Kate Bonine, Katie Allen, Ashley Meyer, Amber Hubbell, Andrea Zajicek, Allison

# RECEPT (by Pct)

Hubbell, Andrea 6 Holmquist, Kate 9 Zajicek, Allison 3 Yates, Cassie 2 Bonine, Katie 10 Rueter, Danielle TM TEAM 14 Slepicka, Jaclyn 1 Foreman, Heather 12 Allen, Ashley 11 Meyer, Amber 7

S

K

K/S

102 102 83 101 95 98 54 102 85 101 102

331 164 117 142 117 117 59 48 3 2 0

3.25 1.61 1.41 1.41 1.23 1.19 1.09 0.47 0.04 0.02 0.00

S SA SE

101 54 102 85 98 83 102 102 95 101

16 5 24 12 5 4 18 0 16 19

21 11 25 36 6 0 36 0 24 36

SA/S

TA

Pct

0.16 0.09 0.24 0.14 0.05 0.05 0.18 0.00 0.17 0.19

-

-

S

Dig

Dig/S

BHE

101 101 102 102 85 54 95 102 98 83

364 253 243 208 123 49 72 27 24 20

3.60 2.50 2.38 2.04 1.45 0.91 0.76 0.26 0.24 0.24

0 1 1 22 10 0 0 4 1 4

S

RE

RE/S

TA

Pct

98 85 83 102 54 102 101 101 95 102

0 0 0 0 5 39 29 55 48 14 1

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.09 0.38 0.28 0.54 0.48 0.15 0.01

-

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2008 NSIC All-Conference VOLLEYBALL RELEASE NOVEMBER 11, 2008

ALL-CONFERENCE RELEASE

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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NSIC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Maggie McNamara S, 5-9, Jr. Zumbrota, Minn. Zumbrota-Mazeppa HS

Concordia-St. Paul

#12 NSIC LIBERO OF THE YEAR Mary Slinger Lib, 5-8, Jr., Fairbault, Minn. Bethlehem Academy HS

Concordia-St. Paul

#3 NSIC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Devin Diedrich MB/OH, 6-0, Fr., Braham, Minn. Braham HS SMSU

#12 NSIC COACH OF THE YEAR Brady Starkey 6th Year at Concordia-St. Paul

NSIC ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM

# 10 8 11 12 13 16 3 9 1 9 15 7 18 2 1 10 6 7

Name Lisa Hoegh Cayla Schroeder Sadie Kessler Maggie McNamara Whitney Meierotto Emily Palkert Mary Slinger Maria Steinhagen Katie Gangelhoff Sarah Wyffels Ashley Nachreiner Calla Oftedahl Laura Tvrdik Stephanie Nygaard Sara Graf Kasey Loeslie Sarah Quiram Jennifer Hefner

# 6 12 2 11 13 14 7 16 3 11 12 4

Name Kati Newgard Beth Talcott Ellen Andrews Amber Meyer Lindsey Clairmont April Hansen Amanda Beekman Kimber Kuhl Kelci Guenther Cathy Turner Devin Diedrich Andreana Pieper

School Augustana Augustana Concordia-St. Paul Concordia-St. Paul Concordia-St. Paul Concordia-St. Paul Concordia-St. Paul Concordia-St. Paul Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State MSU Moorhead MSU Moorhead Northern State

Pos S OH/DS RS S OH MH Lib MH S MB OH Lib RS Lib Southwest Minnesota State S Southwest Minnesota State MB Southwest Minnesota State Lib Wayne State MB

Ht 5-6 5-8 5-9 5-9 5-8 5-11 5-8 5-10 5-8 5-10 5-11 5-4 6-0 5-5 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-1

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

Hometown Byron, Minn. Kasson, Minn. St. Michael, Minn. Zumbrota, Minn. Washburn Wis. Excelsior, Minn. Faribault, Minn. Alexandria, Minn. So. St. Paul, Minn. Marshall, Minn. Round Rock, Tex. Apple Valley, Minn. Farwell, Minn. Milbank, S.D. Mt. Pleasant, Iowa Tracy, Minn. LeSueur, Minn. Archer, Neb.

NSIC ALL-CONFERENCE HONORABLE SELECTION School Augustana Augustana Augustana Minnesota, Crookston Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State Minnesota State MSU Moorhead MSU Moorhead

Pos MB/OH OH RS OH MB MB OH RS MH MH/OH Southwest Minnesota State MB/OH St. Cloud State Lib

Ht 5-10 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-7

Yr Sr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr.

Hometown Pipestone, Minn. Omaha, Neb. Bancroft, Neb. Paxton, Neb. Long Lake, Minn. Brooten, Minn. Marshall, Minn. Chaska, Minn. Williston, N.D. New Prague, Minn. Braham, Minn. Williams, Minn.

The NSIC is a 14-team, 17-sport, NCAA Division II Conference with teams located in Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. Augustana College • Bemidji State • Concordia - St. Paul • University of Mary • Minnesota , Crookston • Minnesota Duluth • Minnesota State University, Mankato • • MSU Moorhead • Northern State • Southwest Minnesota State • St. Cloud State • Upper Iowa • Wayne State • Winona State


2008 Match Highs 2008 INDIVIDUAL MATCH HIGHS

2008 TEAM MATCH HIGHS

ATTACK PERCENT (K-E-TA) minimum 12 kills .667 (12- 0-18) Zajicek, Allison vs Northern State (Nov 1, 2008) .611 (12- 1-18) Meyer, Amber vs Lake Superior State (Sep 05, 2008) .562 (19- 1-32) Meyer, Amber at University of Mary (Oct 14, 2008)

ATTACK PERCENT (K-E-TA)

KILLS (K-E-TA) 21 (21- 7-47) 5s Meyer, Amber vs University of Mary (Oct 31, 2008) 20 (20- 1-44) 5s Meyer, Amber at St. Cloud State (Sep 27, 2008) TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 47 (19- 9-47) 5s Meyer, Amber vs Northern State (Nov 1, 2008) 47 (21- 7-47) 5s Meyer, Amber vs University of Mary (Oct 31, 2008) ASSISTS 54 (5s) Yates, Cassie (Nov 1, 2008) 49 (4s) Yates, Cassie 2008) 49 (5s) Yates, Cassie 31, 2008)

.340 (47-11-106)

at University of Mary (Oct 14, 2008)

.250 (42-17-100)

vs MSU Moorhead (Oct 18, 2008

.222 (35-13- 99)

vs Northern Michigan (Aug 30, 2008)

.213 (58-20-178)

vs St. Cloud State (Nov 08, 2008)

KILLS (K-E-TA) 63 (63-25-189) 5s

vs Northern State (Nov 1, 2008)

60 (60-22-188) 5s

at St. Cloud State (Sep 27, 2008)

58 (58-20-178) 4s

vs St. Cloud State (Nov 08, 2008)

57 (57-26-159) 5s

vs University of Mary (Oct 31, 2008)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 189 (63-25-189) 5s

vs Northern State (Nov 1, 2008)

188 (60-22-188) 5s

at St. Cloud State (Sep 27, 2008)

178 (58-20-178) 4s

vs St. Cloud State (Nov 08, 2008)

159 (57-26-159) 5s

vs University of Mary (Oct 31, 2008)

vs Northern State ASSISTS vs St. Cloud State (Nov 08, vs University of Mary (Oct

58 (5s)

vs Northern State (Nov 1, 2008)

57 (5s)

at St. Cloud State (Sep 27, 2008)

55 (4s)

vs NW Missouri State (Aug 29, 2008)

DIGS 29 (5s) Slepicka, Jaclyn at St. Cloud State (Sep 27, 2008) 23 (4s) Rueter, Danielle vs NW Missouri State (Aug 29, 2008) 23 (5s) Slepicka, Jaclyn vs University of Mary (Oct 31, 2008)

DIGS

ACES 6 Rueter, Danielle vs St. Cloud State (Nov 08, 2008) 4 Yates, Cassie vs NW Missouri State (Aug 29, 2008)

12

vs St. Cloud State (Nov 08, 2008)

9

vs Northern State (Nov 1, 2008)

8

vs NW Missouri State (Aug 29, 2008)

8

vs Univ. of Manitoba (Sep 05, 2008)

8

vs Bemidji State (Sep 20, 2008)

BLOCKS (BS-BA) 7 ( 1- 6) Hubbell, Andrea vs Northern State (Nov 1, 2008) 7 ( 1- 6) Hubbell, Andrea vs Wayne State (Oct 10, 2008) 7 ( 1- 6) Hubbell, Andrea vs NW Missouri State (Aug 29, 2008)

94 (5s)

at St. Cloud State (Sep 27, 2008)

91 (4s)

vs St. Cloud State (Nov 08, 2008)

85 (5s)

vs Northern State (Nov 1, 2008)

ACES

BLOCKS 11.0

vs Bemidji State (Sep 20, 2008)

11.0

vs Wayne State (Oct 10, 2008)

10.0

vs Northern State (Nov 1, 2008)

10.0

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