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Northern Arizona Quick Facts University Information

School............................................................... Northern Arizona University Location.....................................................................................Flagstaff, Ariz. Founded......................................................................................................1899 Enrollment......................................................................... 25,204 (statewide) Nickname.....................................................................................Lumberjacks Colors...................................................................................Blue, Gold & Sage Affiliation..............................................................................NCAA Division I Conference............................................................................................ Big Sky Home Facility.......................................................Continental Country Club President.................................................................................Dr. John Haeger VP for Intercollegiate Athletics.......................................... Dr. Lisa Campos Senior Associate AD/SWA.......................................................... Tanya Vogel Associate AD/Internal Operations........................................Beth Vechinski

Men’s Tennis Information Director of Tennis.......................................................Kim Bruno (5th Year) Office Phone............................................................................... 928-523-7465 Email.............................................................................. Kim.Bruno@nau.edu Alma Mater.............................................................. Northern Arizona, 2000 Men’s Record At NAU..................................................................35-55 (.389) Men’s Big Sky Record...................................................................19-13 (.594) Assistant Coach...................................................Joseph Heckley (2nd Year) Alma Mater................................................................................ Niagara, 2009 2012 Overall Record.................................................................................. 6-16 2012 BSC Record/Finish....................................................................2-6/T6th 2012 Postseason........................................................................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................................................4/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................................................................5/2 Newcomers/Redshirts..................................................................................3/0 First Year.....................................................................................................1979 All-Time Record.......................................................................341-406 (.456)

General Information Quick Facts.................................................1 Media Information....................................2 Media Relations Staff................................2 Athletics Staff Directory...........................3 VP for Intercollegiate Athletics...............4 NAU Information......................................5 Academics..................................................6

Coaching Staff Director of Tennis Kim Bruno.............8-9 Assistant Coaches................................... 10 2012-13 Women’s Tennis Season Outlook..........................................7 Team Photo............................................. 11 Team Roster............................................ 11 Roster Breakdown.................................. 11 Arrivals and Departures........................ 11 Meet the Jacks....................................12-16 Returning Lumberjacks....................12-15 Newcomers.........................................15-16 2012-13 Men’s Tennis Season Outlook..........................................7 Team Photo............................................. 18 Team Roster............................................ 18 Roster Breakdown.................................. 18 Arrivals and Departures........................ 18

Meet the Jacks....................................19-22 Returning Lumberjacks....................19-21 Newcomers.........................................21-22

2012 Season Review Women’s Review..................................... 17 Men’s Review........................................... 23 Big Sky Conference Conference Information........................ 24 2012 Big Sky Women’s Recap................ 25 2012 Women’s Championship Bracket.25 2012 Women’s Players of the Week...... 25 2012 Women’s All-Conference............. 25 2012 Big Sky Men’s Recap...................... 26 2012 Men’s Championship Bracket...... 26 2012 Men’s Players of the Week............ 26 2012 Men’s All-Conference................... 26 Championship History Since 2008...... 27 All-Time History All-Big Sky Selections............................ 28 Big Sky All-Academic Selections.......... 28 Multiple All-Big Sky Selections............ 28 NAU Big Sky MVPs............................... 29 Letterwinners.......................................... 30 Series Records......................................... 31 Women’s All-Time Results...............32-33 Men’s All-Time Results.....................34-35

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Women’s Tennis Information Director of Tennis.......................................................Kim Bruno (8th Year) Office Phone............................................................................... 928-523-7465 Email.............................................................................. Kim.Bruno@nau.edu Alma Mater.............................................................. Northern Arizona, 2000 Women’s Record At NAU............................................................86-68 (.558) Men’s Big Sky Record..................................................................... 44-9 (.830) Assistant Coach......................................................... Edit Suhajda (1st Year) Alma Mater.............................................................. Northern Arizona, 2011 2012 Overall Record................................................................................ 10-13 2012 BSC Record/Finish..................................................................... 7-1/2nd 2012 Postseason........................................Big Sky Championship Semifinal Starters Returning/Lost...............................................................................6/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................................................................6/0 Newcomers/Redshirts..................................................................................2/0 First Year.....................................................................................................1975 All-Time Record.......................................................................378-369 (.506)

Left to Right: Sophomore Hannah Stone Junior Dominic Bermudez Senior Ghizelene Doballah

Cover Photography by Matt Beaty Cover Design by Matthew Sewell

Credits The 2012-13 Northern Arizona tennis media guide was written, designed and edited by Sports Information Graduate Assistant Stayson Isobe. Editorial assistance from Steve Shaff, Andrew Tomsky and Matthew Sewell. Photography by Preston Trauscht, Matt Beaty, Ian Johnson, Rebecca Fairchild, Jacob Chinn and NAU Athletics Media Relations unless otherwise noted.

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Media Information INTERVIEW POLICY

All player interviews must be coordinated through the media relations office at least one day in advance. No interviews or photo shoots will be conducted prior to first serve on match days. Out-of-town media should contact the media relations office to make arrangments for phone interviews. Players will be available for interviews following practice and, if prior arrangements have been made, before practice. The NAU locker and training rooms are closed to all media.

COACH BRUNO INTERVIEWS

Kim Bruno and her staff are generally available for interviews after each practice. Bruno coordinates her own personal and phone interviews. Call 928-5231017 to set up the session.

Northern Arizona Media Relations Steve Shaff

Assistant AD/Media Relations (Football, Men’s Basketball, Golf) Email: Steven.Shaff@nau.edu Phone: 928-523-6792 Twitter: @nausid

PRACTICE

Daily workouts are generally open to the public but media members are encouraged to confirm practice times and interview arrangements with the media relations office.

MEDIA LIST

In lieu of credentials, working media members assigned to work an NAU tennis match are asked to provide their names to the media relations office. Only working media will be allowed on the pass list.

PHOTOGRAPHERS

Photographers and videographers are allowed on the court at practices and matches. Only photographers and videographers on assignment will be placed on the pass list. Please provide names to the media relations office.

Andrew Tomsky

Assistant Media Relations Director (Volleyball, Women’s Basketball, Swimming & Diving) Email: Andrew.Tomsky@nau.edu Phone: 928-523-6330 Twitter: @AhtSky

MEDIA SERVICES

A postmatch release and a complete box score will be emailed to media outlets.

POSTMATCH INTERVIEWS

At home, postmatch interviews will be conducted on the court with requested players and coaches from both teams after a 10-minute “cooling off ” period. A member of the media relations office will collect interview requests immediately following the conclusion of the match.

MOUNTAIN STANDARD TIME

Arizona does not move its clock ahead in the spring or back in the fall. As a result, Flagstaff time coincides with the Pacific time zone starting March 10. The rest of the season, Flagstaff is compatible with Mountain time (Eastern time minus two hours).

LUMBERJACKS ONLINE

Releases, statistics, rosters and breaking news are available at www.nauathletics. com. All information is available for immediate use, including photos. The Big Sky Conference website is located at www.bigskyconf.com.

LUMBERJACKS SOCIAL MEDIA

NAU Athletics can also be found on Facebook and Twitter. Like the NAU Athletics Facebook page at www.facebook.com/LumberjackCountry and follow NAU Athletics on Twitter at twitter.com/NAUAthletics for all releases, breaking news and photos from Lumberjack Country.

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Stayson Isobe

Media Relations Graduate Assistant (Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Tennis) Email: smi28@nau.edu Phone: 928-523-1017 Twitter: @staysobe

Matthew Sewell

Media Relations Graduate Assistant (Cross Country, Track & Field) Email: mjs475@nau.edu Phone: 928-523-1017 Twitter: @NAUSaint

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Staff Directory ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL Phone (928) 523-unless noted ADMINISTRATION Dr. Lisa Campos............................................ Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics...................................................................................................5353 Tanya Vogel.................................................... Senior Associate Athletic Director/SWA.......................................................................................................8745 Beth Vechinski............................................... Associate AD/Internal Operations.................................................................................................................3326 George Fox..................................................... Assistant AD/Equipment Operations............................................................................................................3950 Michael Giedlin............................................. Assistant AD/Fiscal Operations......................................................................................................................6785 Pam Lowie...................................................... Assistant AD/Academics.................................................................................................................................6783 Scott Renfro.................................................... Assistant AD/Compliance...............................................................................................................................6763 Steve Shaff....................................................... Assistant AD/Media Relations........................................................................................................................6792 Rocky Silvestri................................................ Assistant AD/Marketing and Special Events.................................................................................................3389 Kristi Andreassen.......................................... Academic Graduate Student Assistant...........................................................................................................6783 Cari Anthony................................................. Senior Office Specialist.....................................................................................................................................8917 Dave Brown.................................................... Skydome Director.............................................................................................................................................3440 Tina D’Angelo................................................ Administrative Assistant..................................................................................................................................6107 Daniel Darcy.................................................. Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach................................................................................................9405 Tom DeStefano.............................................. Faculty Athletics Representative.....................................................................................................................6302 Dr. George Hershey....................................... Team Physician.................................................................................................................................................1040 Cody Hodgeson............................................. Head Strength and Conditioning Coach.......................................................................................................9407 Keenan Johns................................................. Compliance Coordinator.................................................................................................................................4001 Josh Johnson.................................................. Assistant Athletic Trainer................................................................................................................................0272 Cherisse Kutyreff........................................... Assistant Athletic Trainer................................................................................................................................2139 Dena Lane-Bonds.......................................... Academic Graduate Student Assistant...........................................................................................................4495 Jim MacIntyre................................................ Accounting Specialist.......................................................................................................................................1297 Rob Morrison................................................. Director of Facilities.........................................................................................................................................9471 Gretchen Povlsen........................................... Accounting Specialist.......................................................................................................................................7803 Sarah Shute..................................................... Assistant Athletic Trainer................................................................................................................................4152 Mitch Strohman............................................. Voice of the Lumberjacks........................................................................................................................607-7057

Dr. Lisa Campos VP for Inter. Athletics

Tanya Vogel Senior Associate AD/SWA

Beth Vechinski Associate AD/Internal

George Fox Asst. AD/Equipment

Michael Giedlin Asst. AD/Fiscal

Pam Lowie Asst. AD/Academics

Scott Renfro Asst. AD/Compliance

Steve Shaff Asst. AD/Media Relations

Rocky Silvestri Asst. AD/Marketing

Tom DeStefano Faculty Athletics Rep.

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Dr. Lisa Campos Lisa Campos was named the Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics at Northern Arizona University on March 30, 2012. Campos took over the leadership of the Lumberjack Athletics department after serving as the Senior Associate Athletic Director at the University of Texas at El Paso since August of 2006. With her hiring at NAU, Campos, 35, became one of 26 females and the youngest in the country to lead a Division I program, including 13 head athletic administrators at the Football Championship Subdivision level. Campos served as the sport administrator for the Miner men’s and women’s cross country, women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, women’s basketball, and men’s and women’s track and field programs at UTEP. Campos also was the primary administrator for compliance, CHAMPS/ Life Skills, strength and conditioning, sports medicine, and cheerleading. She was the advisor for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and served as the liaison to the Intercollegiate Athletic Council, Office of Student Life, Miner Village, and the UTEP Police Department. In her tenure at UTEP, she also had oversight of the women’s golf, rifle, and softball programs, served as championship director for numerous conference championships, and co-hosted a weekly television show, Miner Sports Weekly. Dr. Campos also assisted with athletic facility enhancements and co-directed the planning and design of the $2.6 million Helen of Troy Softball Complex, which opened in September 2005. In 2006, Campos served as the NCAA liaison for the Self Study Report for NCAA Certification and continued to oversee all gender, minority equity, and student welfare strategic plans. She was responsible for Title IX staff education and staff diversity training. In 2005, she created the Athletics Diversity Graduate Assistantship Program and served on the UTEP Women’s Resource Advisory Board. She was promoted to the Senior Associate position after serving as the Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator since August of 2003. She also served two years as the Assistant Dean of Students within the UTEP Division of Student Affairs. Dr. Campos had the opportunity to serve on a number of NCAA Committees, including the NCAA Division I Championships/Competition

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Cabinet, the NCAA Rifle Committee, and chaired the NCAA Women’s Soccer Committee. She was a member of the Conference USA Joint Group and served on the Senior Woman Administrator administrative group. In 2005-2006, when UTEP joined Conference USA, she served on the Conference USA Strategic Planning Committee and assisted in the development of the realigned Conference USA’s vision, core values, mission, and strategic objectives. She also represented UTEP on conference committees, including the budget subcommittee, legislative committee, championships selection committee, and various sport committees. Dr. Campos previously served as the Assistant Dean of Students at UTEP from 2001-03. Campos coordinated and administered the university’s student discipline system, interpreted the University of Texas System Regents’ Rules and Regulations governing the student academic honesty and conduct code, and provided information to the university community on discipline policies, rules, regulations, and procedures. She served as a mentor to an undergraduate student participating in the NASPA Minority Undergraduate Fellows Program and served on a variety of campus committees including the UTEP President’s Advisory Committee on Women, Student Affairs Staff Development Committee, Faculty Senate Student Conduct Committee, and the University Health Awareness Committee. In the community, Campos was a member of the Girl Scouts of the Rio Grande board and the Junior League of El Paso. Dr. Campos holds a doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Texas at El Paso. She graduated from Colorado State University where she earned a bachelor’s of science degree in Business Administration and a master’s of science degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education. A native of Las Animas, Colo., Campos is married to Darren D’Attilio.

Northern Arizona Accomplishments • Hired Men’s Basketball Coach Jack Murphy from Memphis • Hired Women’s Basketball Coach Sue Darling from Arizona • Created lower ticket pricing for Northern Arizona football and basketball games • Created a Family Pack ticket option offering two adult and two children season tickets for one low cost • Made over 25 community appearances in Flagstaff and around the state of Arizona in her first three months on campus

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Northern Arizona Univ.

Northern Arizona University provides an outstanding undergraduate residential education strengthened by important research, graduate and professional programs, and a responsive distance learning network delivering programs throughout Arizona. NAU’s underlying core strength at the undergraduate level is in its ability to provide knowledge of the world, an ability to appreciate change, diversity, and life itself. Faculty and staff members are committed to the residential campus concept and to the student population; however, they are also prepared to deliver education throughout Arizona and the world either online or in new campus structures. The Mountain Campus has a student population of more than 20,000 at its main campus in Flagstaff and at sites across the state.

NAU was established in 1899 as the Northern Arizona Normal School. A close, personal interest in the development of each student as an individual has long been a trademark of the Mountain Campus. This educational experience is enhanced by an atmosphere that celebrates the diversity of opinions and cultures. The undergraduate programs at NAU cover a diverse range of disciplines from liberal arts and the sciences to professional and career-related fields. As NAU looks to the future, it continues to develop innovative ways to provide citizens with greater access to education and strives to strengthen its teaching and service partnerships to meet the needs of a changing Arizona. Flagstaff, with a population of about 57,000, is rich in cultural diversity. Located at the base of the majestic San Francisco Peaks, Flagstaff is 140 miles north of Phoenix at the intersection of Interstate 17 and Interstate 40. With its elevation of 7,000 feet and a four-season climate, Flagstaff is ideal for year-round outdoor activities. Nearby attractions include the Grand Canyon, Lowell Observatory, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, Monument Valley, Sunset Crater, Meteor Crater, and Arizona Snowbowl.

NAU FACTS

Enrollment (statewide)........................................................................25,204 Staff...........................................................................................................2,248 Founded....................................................................................................1899 Degrees................................................................................ 93 baccalaureate .........................................................................................................46 masters .................................................................................................. Eight doctoral Colleges................................................................................. Arts and Letters ............................................................................................................ Business ......................................................................................................... Education ................................................................ Engineering and Natural Sciences .......................................................................... Health and Human Services ......................................................................Social and Behavioral Sciences

NAU CHECKLIST

• 95 percent of alumni report they are either employed or in advanced study, and 80 percent of those employed report they are working in an area directly related to their major.

• The overall student-athlete GPA is higher than 3.0. • More than half of Arizona’s teachers have received instruction at NAU.

• NAU graduates’ acceptance rate to medical, dental and veterinary school is higher than the national average.

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Academics

Academics in the athletic department are of utmost importance at Northern Arizona University. The academic services are under the direction of Assistant Athletic Director for Academics Pam Lowie and offer numerous programs to help the student-athletes throughout their academic careers.

The results have been impressive, as NAU student-athletes acheived a cumulative GPA of 3.12 during the fall semester of 2012, which was the 17th semester in the last 18 overall with a cumulative GPA above 3.0. During the 2011-12 academic year, the Lumberjacks garnered 174 Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Awards. Forty-eight student-athletes graduated in spring 2012, which was the second largest graduating class in the history of the athletics department only behind the spring 2011 graduating class. In all, 67 student-athletes graduated during the 2011-12 year.

Five men’s tennis players earned Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Awards in 2011-12. (From left to right) Shaun Waters, Steven Say, Josh Levinson, Ben Lantz, Chris Fasulo, Director of Tennis Kim Bruno. Lantz also earned Big Sky All-Academic honors.

MISSION NAU Athletics’ Academic Services department strives to provide quality academic services that will enhance the student-athletes’ total educational experience and encourage graduation within four years. Lumberjack Academics has the following programs in place for student-athletes: PROACTIVE MENTORING Each year approximately 30-50 first year student-athletes will be selected to participate in NAU’s ProActive Mentor program which targets students who Lumberjack Academics believes may benefit from academic mentoring. Student-athletes are selected based on incoming GPAs/test scores and coaches recommendations. Student-athletes are expected to attend a weekly meeting with their as-

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signed academic graduate assistant as well as with their respective coach, and to report on their progress in each class. STUDY HALL First year student-athletes (including transfer student-athletes) are required to complete 6-8 hours of study time beginning with the second week of classes through Reading Week. The 6-8 hours consist of scheduled times a monitor will be available and may also include tutoring by the Learning Assistance Centers, organized study groups facilitated by tutors, graduate assistants or faculty from the academic colleges and other academic-related activities that are approved by the Athletics Academic Department Staff. ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT All first year freshman student-athletes are assigned to an academic advisor at the Gateway Student Success Center (GSSC). After the student-athletes’ first year, they will be assigned to a college advisor if they have declared a major while those who are undecided will remain assigned to a GSSC advisor. Student-athletes must declare a major before entering their 5th semester. Academic Coordinators are available for pre-advisement to make sure all NCAA/ NAU policies and procedures are being followed. TUTORING SERVICES Tutoring services for all student-athletes are provided through the North and South Learning Assistance Centers. Student-athletes are given the option to utilize the master schedule which allows them to schedule set tutoring appointments for twice a week per subject throughout the academic semester. Student-athletes may also take advantage of the drop in services and make appointments on an as-needed basis.

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR’S HONOR ROLL Student-athletes on a current roster who achieve a 3.5 cumulative GPA qualify for the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. The student-athletes are recognized at a designated spring men’s basketball game. GOLDEN EAGLE SCHOLAR ATHLETES Student-athletes who have achieved a 3.0 Cum GPA are honored at the Golden Eagle Scholar Athlete Banquet in the spring. Student-athletes are presented a plaque to recognize their achievement.

Five women’s tennis players earned Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Awards in 2011-12. (From left to right) Alice Walker, Johanna Vang, Hannah Stone, Alice Pacaut, Nicole Perez, Director of Tennis Kim Bruno. Vang and Stone also earned Big Sky All-Academic honors.

BIG SKY CONF. SCHOLAR ATHLETES Student-athletes who have completed at least one term at the University, achieved a 3.2 Cumulative GPA and competed in 50% of the team’s athletic competitions are eligible for the Big Sky Conference Scholar Athlete Award.

EARLY ENROLLMENT Student-athletes are afforded the opportunity to participate in priority registration which enables the student-athletes to accommodate practice schedules while continuing to make progress towards graduation. The student-athletes are grouped with seniors and honor students for registration. In order to utilize priority registration, student-athletes must have all holds cleared from their account and meet with their academic advisor for advisement and activation. PROGRESS REPORTS All student-athletes will have progress reports completed once a semester. Student-athletes who receive a “D” or “F” on a progress report will be required to complete an Action Plan with the faculty for the course in which the “D” or “F” was received.

Robin Pezzutto was one of 13 student-athletes to participate in the fall 2012 commencement ceremonies.

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2013 Season Outlook Men

On the heels of its worst season since 2006, the Northern Arizona men’s tennis team is ready to turn the page as they embark on the 2013 spring season with its eyes squarely on returning to the Big Sky Championship. The Lumberjacks are coming off a 6-16 season in 2012, finishing in a three-way tie for sixth in the conference with a 2-6 Big Sky record. But with four starters back, the uphill climb back to the conference championship may not be so steep, as the Lumberjacks were picked to finish sixth in the Big Sky preseason poll with the top six qualifying for the championship tournament. The Lumberjacks did lose their No. 1 singles player from a year ago in Robin Pezzutto, but director of tennis Kim Bruno has a quartet of guys that can fill the void led by junior Dominic Bermudez. Bermudez, the team’s lone returning All-Big Sky performer, earned second team all-conference honors last season after a stellar sophomore campaign. He led the team in victories in just his second season, posting a 12-9 singles record and a 7-1 mark against Big Sky opponents while serving as the team’s primary No. 3 singles player. Bermudez was one of just seven players to compile at least seven conference victories and he had the conference’s second highest overall winning percentage at the No. 3 spot among players that played at least eight matches there. Bermudez will be flanked by a trio of returning seniors in Shaun Waters, Patrick Schimmelbauer and Robert Martin, who occupied the No. 2, 4 and 5 spots respectively in the NAU lineup last season. Schimmelbauer, the team’s only fouryear player, is expected to have the first shot at the top spot in this season’s lineup after serving as the Lumberjacks’ primary No. 2 player as a freshman and sophomore. He and Waters posted identical 9-12 records a year ago, tying for second on the team behind Bermudez. Waters also comes into the spring on a high note after an impressive fall season. The second-year transfer from Middle Tennessee State recorded a teambest 4-3 mark in the fall and reached the round of 16 of the singles main draw at the USTA/ITA Mountain Regional Championships in October, upsetting the 16th-seeded player in the process. Bruno also returns a fifth returning letterwinner in sophomore Trevor Unger, who partnered with Waters to form the team’s primary No. 1 doubles team in 2012. Unger also competed at the No. 6 singles position in seven matches and is a leading candidate for a spot in this season’s singles lineup. Rounding out the 2013 roster are three newcomers to the team whom as a group will create depth and flexibility to the lineup. Junior Alan Barrios and sophomore Kester Black bring collegiate experience to the team while freshman Sarp Laleli comes to the mountain campus from Turkey where he was a U-18 doubles champion. Barrios is a transfer from Pima Community College where he was once ranked as No. 14 in the JUCO singles rankings and Black was a key contribtuor for Wichita State last season where played at both the No. 5 and 6 positions as a freshman. NAU will play a 23-match schedule in 2013 that features a pair of road matches against nationally-ranked squads at No. 36 Santa Clara, an NCAA Tennis Championship second round participant in 2012, and No. 61 New Mexico. A season-opening match at in-state Pac-12 rival Arizona and tilts at regional foes UNLV and Air Force also highlight the non-conference schedule. The Lumberjacks will host five matches this spring, all of which are Big Sky dates, including their final three matches of the season.

Women

A year ago, the Northern Arizona women’s tennis team faced the task of replacing four graduated starters. A year later, the Lumberjacks face no such task as they have the luxury of bringing back all six starters from their 10-13 squad that reached the Big Sky Championship semifinals in 2012. The Lumberjacks, picked second in the Big Sky preseason poll as selected by the conference coaches, seek their program-best eighth consecutive double-digit win campaign, a stretch that would break the tie set from the 1994-2000 seasons. Among the six returning starters, director of tennis Kim Bruno returns four All-Big Sky performers in seniors Ghizelene Doballah and Malia Wahinepio and sophomores Hannah Stone and Johanna Vang. The all-conference quartet served as the Lumberjacks’ top-four players in the singles lineup last season and will provide NAU with a steady force in the top-half of the lineup once again in 2013. Doballah and Stone, two of the four new starters last year, provided Bruno with a solid one-two punch at the top of the lineup. Doballah posted a 9-13 overall record exclusively at the No. 1 spot, while Stone recorded a 10-12 mark as the Lumberjacks primariy No. 2 player. Wahinepio garnered her third All-Big Sky honor of her career after an 11-11 season at No. 3 while Vang, like Stone, made a splash as a freshman at No. 4, posting an 11-10 record. The four players combined for an outstanding 27-5 record against Big Sky opponents, playing a big role in propelling the Lumberjacks to a second-place regular season finish in the conference. In addition to their singles success, Stone and Vang formed one of the conference’s most prolific doubles pairs as freshmen. They finished the 2012 season with a 13-6 doubles mark, 12-5 at No. 2 doubles, and posted the third highest win total of any duo in the Big Sky. In the fall, they upset the fifth-seeded doubles team en route to the round of 16 of the doubles main draw at the USTA/ITA Mountain Regional Championships. Seniors Nicole Perez and Alice Pacaut will comprise the last two spots in the Lumberjack lineup, returning to their roles as the No. 5 and 6 players. Pacaut, in her first season at NAU after transferring from Stephen F. Austin, tied Wahinepio and Vang for the team-lead in singles victories with 11, while Perez enters her fourth season as a mainstay in the NAU top-six. The Lumberjacks will also have a great deal of depth behind their six returning starters led by senior Alice Walker. Walker enters her final season as a valuable seventh player and has filled in when called upon. Last season, Walker picked up two Big Sky wins at No. 6. Bruno also welcomes in two newcomers in junior transfer Tatum Rochin and freshman Jordan Denesik. Rochin was a key member at Pima Community College over the last two years where she helped the squad to a pair of top-16 finishes at the national tournament. Denesik comes to NAU from Phoenix’s Barry Goldwater High where she was a four-year letterwinner and starter. A grueling season-opening weekend three matches in two days awaits the Lumberjacks as they play No. 29 Arizona, UC Davis and No. 37 Arizona State to kick start the 2013 season. A road match at 11-time defending Big Sky Champion Sacramento State, ranked No. 56 to start the season, is also on tap as are matches at regional rivals New Mexico, Air Force and Colorado. NAU has seven home dates on the schedule, the most it has had since 2006, with five of those being conference matches and two non-conference matches versus Valparaiso and Texas-Pan American. All together, the Lumberjacks will play 25 matches this spring, their most since 2002.

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Director of Tennis Kim Fifth Season Eighth Season Overall Northern Arizona, 2000

Kim Bruno enters her fifth season as director of tennis and eighth overall at NAU as the head women’s tennis coach. As director of tennis, Bruno oversees both programs and is in her fourth year as the head men’s tennis coach. In 2012, Bruno guided the women’s team to their seventh consecutive Big Sky Championship appearance despite a lineup that featured four new starters, including two freshmen. The women’s team also posted their seventh consecutive double-digit win season, finishing 10-13 overall and 7-1 in the conference. The Lumberjack women, who dropped a tight 4-2 match to Montana in the Big Sky Championship semifinal, placed four players, three of whom were honored for the first time of their careers, on the all-conference teams. They also received the ITA All-Academic Team award showcasing their excellence in the classroom in addition to on the court. Bruno also assisted with the growth of Dominic Bermudez, who posted a career-year on the men’s team in his second season at NAU. Bermudez, a 2011 All-Big Sky second team selection, led the Lumberjack men through a 6-16 season and a 2-6 conference record. During the 2011 season, Bruno led both of the NAU tennis programs to the finals of the Big Sky Championship for the second straight season. The women’s team finished the season with a 13-11 overall record and a 7-1 conference record. To reach their sixth consecutive Big Sky final, the Lumberjack women outlasted

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Montana in the semifinal round, 4-3 in a match that lasted over five hours. For the second straight season, the women’s team placed a school record-tying five players on the All-Big Sky team including Edit Suhajda, who became the second player in program history to earn four All-Big Sky first team selections. The men’s team went 9-12 overall and 6-2 in the conference in 2011. The Lumberjack men had three All-Big Sky selections for the second straight year with Hugo Ramadier, David Flodberg and Robin Pezzutto earning all-conference honors. In 2010, both NAU tennis programs reached the finals of the Big Sky Championship. The Lumberjack women went 13-7 overall, losing just one regular season Big Sky match and placing a school record-tying five players on the All-Big Sky team. NAU’s men’s tennis team went 13-9 in 2010 and recorded their most wins since 2000, including a 6-1 victory over Sacramento State that ended the Hornet’s 24-match conference winning streak. Andrew Reiff, Hugo Ramadier, and David Flodberg represented the Lumberjack’s on the All-Big Sky team.

Kim Bruno At a Glance Coaching History

2001.................................................... Tennis Pro, Club Med 2002.......................................Assistant Coach, Dartmouth 2003-04.........................Graduate Assistant, Connecticut 2005-08..........Head Women’s Coach, Northern Arizona 2008-Pres............ Director of Tennis, Northern Arizona

Awards

2006 Big Sky Women’s Head Coach of the Year 16 All-Big Sky First Team Selections 39 All-Big Sky Selections 2012 Women’s ITA All-Academic Team Award In 2009, the NAU women’s team returned to the Big Sky Championship match but fell one win short of the NCAA Tournament for the fourth-consecutive year. The women finished the season 13-10 overall and 6-2 in conference play, placing third in the Big Sky regular season standings. The NAU men went 7-18 in 2009 but were 5-3 in the Big Sky, advancing to the conference tournament quarterfinals in Bruno’s first season as head of the men’s squad. In the past six years, Bruno has amassed an overall record of 76-56 with a 37-8 mark in conference play with the women’s team. In 2008, she led the women to their best finish since the 2002 season, compiling 15 wins with eight losses and a second-place finish in conference. After four standout years as a student-athlete for the Lumberjacks, Bruno returned to her alma mater in 2005 and has since led NAU to a third-place finish in the regular-season standings in 2006 and runner-up finishes in the conference in 2007 and 2008. Prior to Bruno arriving in Flagstaff, the Lumberjacks had finished below .500 three years in a row. In her first season, Bruno guided NAU to a 10-10 overall record and a 4-2 mark in league play. In her second year, Bruno coached the Lumberjack women to a

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Director of Tennis Kim Coaching Record

Women

Year School Overall Big Sky 2006 NAU 10-10 4-2, 2nd 2007 NAU 12-10 6-1, 2nd 2008 NAU 15-8 7-1, 2nd 2009 NAU 13-10 6-2, 2nd 2010 NAU 13-7 7-1, 2nd 2011 NAU 13-10 7-1, 2nd 2012 NAU 10-13 7-1, 2nd Totals 86-68 44-9

Men

Year School Overall Big Sky 2009 NAU 7-18 5-3, 3rd 2010 NAU 13-9 6-2, 2nd 2011 NAU 9-12 6-2, 2nd 2012 NAU 6-16 2-6, 7th Totals 35-55 19-13

Bruno

In her senior year, the Lumberjacks were defeated in the Big Sky Championship finals, making Bruno and her fellow seniors the only class to reach the finals four years in a row. She posted an overall record that year of 18-15. Bruno was a three-time All-Big Sky second team selection, and was named to the All-Big Sky first-team and All-Academic team as a senior year. While at NAU, Bruno was also awarded the SkyJacks Scholarship given to one athlete a year for outstanding academic and athletic performance. After graduation from Northern Arizona, Bruno traveled and held jobs as a ski instructor and whitewater rafting guide at Sunlight Mountain in Glenwood Springs, Colo., and later as a tennis pro for Club Med in the Bahamas. In 2002 she was hired as the assistant women’s tennis coach at Dartmouth College, where her responsibilities included individual lessons, recruiting, travel scheduling, and setting up tournaments. Bruno then spent two years at the University of Connecticut as the men’s and women’s graduate assistant tennis coach. At Connecticut she served as the only assistant to head coach Glenn Marshall. Bruno’s other coaching experience includes teaching tennis at country clubs during the summers for nine years, including one summer spent in Flagstaff teaching tennis at Forest Highlands Country Club. The Chicago, Ill., native earned a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from Northern Arizona in 2000 and a master’s degree in sports management from Connecticut in 2005.

12-10 overall record finishing 6-1 in conference play and the women advanced to the conference tournament championship final for the first time since 2004. The 12-win season was another improvement with Bruno increasing the Lumberjack win total in each of her first three seasons. She totaled 10 overall wins in 2006, 12 in 2007 and 15 in 2008. Under Bruno’s tutelage, a number of Lumberjacks have received individual accolades to go along with the team’s accomplishments. In all, Bruno has 34 AllBig Sky selections, with three coming in her inaugural year of 2006. In that first season, Bruno was named the Big Sky Conference Women’s Tennis Coach of the Year. Bruno has also directed the tennis teams to success on and off the court. In the last six years, 39 women’s players have earned the Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award for academic excellence, while 13 men’s players have earned the honor in her three years as Director of Tennis. 11 women’s players and one men’s player have also been selected Big Sky All-Academic. Bruno is no stranger to NAU having been a standout tennis player for the Lumberjacks from 1996-2000. She helped lead the Lumberjacks to their first Big Sky Conference tournament title as a freshman, and then twice more as a sophomore and junior, marking the only three consecutive conference titles for the team in the history of the program. Bruno also led the team to the program’s only NCAA Tournament appearance in 1999. In 2009, the 1999 women’s tennis team was inducted into the NAU Hall of Fame.

Bruno (front row, second from right) was a standout member of the Lumberjacks women’s tennis program from 1996-2000 and led the team to the program’s only NCAA Tournament appearance in 1999. The team was inducted into the NAU Hall of Fame in 2009.

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Assistant Coaches Joseph Heckley Men’s Assistant Coach Second Season Niagara, 2009

Joseph Heckley enters his second season as the assistant coach for the NAU men’s tennis program. He comes to NAU after serving as the head men’s tennis coach at Salve Regina University in Newport, R.I. where he also worked with the women’s tennis team, serving as an assistant coach. As the head coach of Salve Regina, Heckley led the Seahawk men’s tennis team to a TCCC Conference Championship and an appearance in the DIII NCAA Tournament. In addition to his coaching experience at Salve Regina, Heckley also has a wealth of experience as a tennis instructor at various locations ranging from coast to coast. Over the last four years, he’s coordinated junior and adult clinics and

Edit Suhajda Women’s Assistant Coach First Season Northern Arizona, 2011 Edit Suhajda enters her first season as the assistant coach for the NAU women’s tennis program. She returns to the Lumberjack women’s tennis program after wrapping up an illustrious four-year career for the Lumberjacks in 2011 where she served as one-half of NAU’s stellar Hungarian duo with Orsi Golovics. She replaces her former teammate Golovics as the NAU women’s assistant coach. Suhajda was a key member of the Lumberjack women’s tennis team from 200811 playing an integral part in helping the team achieve four double-digit win seasons and runner-up finishes at the Big Sky Conference Tournament in all four of Suhajda’s seasons at NAU. She was a four-year letterwinner and became only the second player in program history to be a four-time All-Big Sky first team selection and one of only four players to be named All-Big Sky first team three or more times.

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taught private and group lessons at the Los Gatos Swim and Racquet Club in Los Gatos, Calif., Fremont Hills Country Club in Los Altos Hills, Calif., Niagara Falls Country Club in Lewiston, N.Y., and the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, R.I. He began his coaching career at the high school level, serving as the co-head tennis coach at Del Mar High School in San Jose, Calif., where he led the boys’ tennis team to a league title in the spring of 2007.

Heckley, a highly successful collegiate tennis player, began his playing career at Foothill College, where he played from 2004-06. After earning ITA All-American status at Foothill College, he moved on to Niagara University from 200709. There, he achieved a Division I national doubles ranking of No. 60 with his doubles partner Steve Kopf. Heckley also achieved the Niagara University’s “Taps Gallagher” Sportsmanship Award as a member of the Purple Eagles’ men’s tennis team. Last summer while serving as a tennis instructor at the International Tennis Hall of Fame, Heckley served as the hitting partner for Belgian Tennis Pro Olivier Rochus at the 2011 Campbell’s Hall of Fame Tennis Championships. Rochus finished runner-up at the tournament to John Isner of the United States. In addition to his role as Rochus’s hitting partner, Heckley also was an official ATP tournament stringer at the tournament. Heckley, a native of San Jose, Calif., earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Niagara University in 2009, after receiving his associates in social sciences from Foothill College in 2007.

She made an immediate impact as a freshman in 2008, earning All-Big Sky first team honors. As a freshman, she competed at the top two singles positions and finished her collegiate season with a 14-7 overall singles record. Suhajda played primarily with Golovics at No. 1 doubles, posting an overall doubles mark of 12-6. Her freshman season was just the beginning of a spectacular career as she would earn All-Big Sky first team honors each of her remaining three seasons, serving almost exclusively as the Lumberjacks’ No. 1 singles player and part of NAU’s No. 1 doubles pair with Golovics. She would finish her career with 44 singles victories, 27 of which came at the top spot, and 48 doubles wins. Suhajda was at her best against the Big Sky as she was nothing short of dominant versus conference opponents, compiling a 22-10 singles mark and 25-4 doubles record in conference play. To begin her final season in 2011, Suhajda entered the spring ranked No. 20 in the ITA Mountain Region singles rankings. Suhajda arrived at NAU following an accolade-filled amateur career in Hungary. She won the Hungarian Championship in singles at the age of 14 and repeated as the singles Hungarian Champion at 17 and 18. Together with Golovics, the pair also won the Hungarian doubles title as well as the ITF doubles. Suhajda, a native of Budapest, Hungary, double majored in electronic media and film and advertising and graduated from Northern Arizona University in 2011. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in human relations at NAU.

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2013 Women’s Tennis

Back Row (From Left): Director of tennis Kim Bruno, Tatum Rochin, Johanna Vang, Malia Wahinepio, Ghizelene Doballah, Assistant Coach Edit Suhajda Front Row (From Left): Jordan Denesik, Alice Pacaut, Alice Walker, Hannah Stone, Nicole Perez

Name Jordan Denesik Ghizelene Doballah Alice Pacaut Nicole Perez Tatum Rochin Hannah Stone Johanna Vang Malia Wahinepio Alice Walker

Ht. 5-6 5-9 5-2 5-6 5-7 5-3 6-0 5-7 5-6

Cl.-Exp. Fr.-HS Sr.-1L* Sr.-1L Sr.-3L Jr.-TR So.-1L So.-1L Sr.-3L Sr.-SQ

Hometown Anthem, Ariz. Oran, Algeria Eyguieres, France Fountain Hills, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Temecula, Calif. Sollentuna, Sweden Anthem, Ariz. Sydney, Australia

High School/Last School Barry Goldwater HS Lotfi HS/Barton CC (Kan.) Viala Lacoste/Stephen F. Austin Fountain Hills HS Bridgeway Academy/Pima CC (Ariz.) Greak Oak HS Viktor Rydberg Gymnasium Moon Valley HS Pymble Ladies College

*Utilized redshirt year Director of Tennis: Kim Bruno (8th Year, Northern Arizona ‘00) Assistant Coach: Edit Suhadja (1st Year, Northern Arizona ‘11)

Roster by Class

Seniors (5).......................... Ghizelene Doballah

........................................................... Alice Pacaut ........................................................... Nicole Perez ...................................................Malia Wahinepio .......................................................... Alice Walker Juniors (1)....................................Tatum Rochin Sophomores (2)..........................Hannah Stone ........................................................ Johanna Vang Freshmen (1).............................Jordan Denesik

Roster by Country (State)

Algeria (1).......................... Ghizelene Doballah

Australia (1).................................. Alice Walker France (1)........................................ Alice Pacaut Sweden (1)................................... Johanna Vang United States (5).......... Jordan Denesik (Ariz.) .............................................. Nicole Perez (Ariz.) ........................................... Tatum Rochin (Ariz.) .......................................... Hannah Stone (Calif.) ......................................Malia Wahinepio (Ariz.)

Arrivals

Name Hometown Jordan Denesik.............................Anthem, Ariz. Tatum Rochin................................Tucson, Ariz.

Departures

Name Career Stats Vanessa Green................................ Did Not Play

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Meet the Jacks Ghizelene Doballah | Sr.-1L* | 5-9 | Oran, Algeria | Lotfi HS / Barton CC

Academic Notes: Majoring in interior design with a minor in studio art...3.30 GPA at Barton Community College.

Barton Community College: Attended Barton Community College in Great Bend, Kan. from 2008 to 2010...Played tennis for coach Sydney Bwalya.

2013 (RS Senior): 1-2 singles record and 2-1 doubles record during fall 2012 play.

High School: Attended Lotfi High School in Oran, Algeria...Won the Algerian Cup...Took third place in the African Cup...Also competed in the Arabic Cup

2012 (RS Junior): All-Big Sky first team...913 overall singles record, 7-1 Big Sky singles record...Played entired season at No. 1 singles...Posted a 4-1 record in three-set matches...All four three-set victories were against conference opponents...7-13 overall doubles record, 4-2 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1, 2 and 3...Teamed primarily with Malia Wahinepio, as the duo went 4-6 overall and 3-6 as primary No. 1 doubles team... Won at No. 3 doubles against No. 71 Sacramento State...Won at No. 1 doubles against Montana in Big Sky Championship semifinal...Named Big Sky Player of the Week on March 27...6-8 singles record and 7-2 doubles record during fall 2011 play. 2011 (Junior): Redshirted.

Personal: Ghizelene Doballah was born Jan. 1, 1990 in Oran, Algeria... First name is pronounced RIZZ-lean...Parents reside in home town of Oran...Father, Moustapha, played handball professionally...One younger brother, Anis...Hobbies include drawing.

Career Statistics Year Singles BSC Singles Doubles BSC Doubles 2012 9-13 7-1 7-13 4-2 Totals 9-13 7-1 7-13 4-2

Alice Pacaut | Sr.-1L | 5-2 | Eyguieres, France | Viala Lacoste / Stephen F. Austin Academic Notes: Majoring in exercise science with the goal of going to physical therapy school...3.2 GPA at Stephen F. Austin... Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2012. 2013 (Senior): 5-4 singles record and 3-3 doubles record during fall 2012 play.

No. 5 singles player...Played at all three doubles positions including 6-1 record at No. 1 doubles with Alina Shazhko...Helped team to 20-5 record, a program-best in terms of winning percentage and wins...Team finished season at No. 10 in ITA Texas Region rankings...8-4 singles record and 2-3 doubles record in 2010 fall play...11-6 overall singles record and 7-10 overall doubles record in 2010 as a freshman...9-4 record as primary No. 5 singles player...7-8 record at No. 2 doubles with Paola Muntuenga.

2012 (Junior): 11-12 overall singles record, 4-4 Big Sky singles record at No. 5 and 6... Went 8-8 as primary No. 6 singles player... Tied for team-lead in victories...Won five of her last seven matches to close regular season...Defeated Lana Buttner of No. 72 Oregon, 6-1, 4-6, 1-0 (10-3) at No. 6...10-11 overall doubles record, 5-1 Big Sky doubles record...Teamed primarily with Nicole Perez, as the duo went 3-5 overall and 3-4 as primary No. 3 doubles team...Won at No. 3 doubles against No. 71 Sacramento State...Won final three doubles matches before loss in Big Sky Championship semifinal against Montana...4-4 singles record and 5-3 doubles record during fall 2011 play.

High School: Attended Viala Lacoste...Won a regional championship at 16 years old.

Stephen F. Austin (2009-11): 18-7 overall singles record and 17-4 overall doubles record in 2011 as a sophomore...11-2 record as primary

Year Singles BSC Singles Doubles BSC Doubles 2012 11-12 4-4 10-11 5-1 Totals 11-12 4-4 10-11 5-1

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Personal: Alice Pacaut was born on April 23, 1992 in Istres, France... Daughter of Thierry and Anne Pacaut...One older brother, Adrien... Enjoys any kind of outdoor activity...Chose Northern Arizona because she heard it was a really nice place and she loves playing indoor tennis.

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Meet the Jacks Nicole Perez | Sr.-3L | 5-6 | Fountain Hills, Ariz. | Fountain Hills HS

Academic Notes: Majoring in exercise science... Two-time Big Sky All Academic selection...Threetime Golden Eagle Scholar Athlete award recipient...3.60 GPA in High School. 2013 (Senior): 1-2 singles record and 0-3 doubles record during fall 2012 play. 2012 (Junior): 4-16 overall singles record, 3-3 Big Sky singles record...Went 2-9 as primary No. 5 singles player...5-13 overall doubles record, 2-2 Big Sky doubles record...Teamed primarily with Alice Pacaut, as the duo went 3-5 overall and 3-4 as primary No. 3 doubles team...7-6 singles record and 3-7 doubles record during fall 2011 play. 2011 (Sophomore): 9-8 overall singles record, 3-3 Big Sky singles record at No. 5 and 6...Defeated Sianna Simmons of No. 20 Arizona State, 6-2, 6-3 at No. 6 on February 11...Won six straight singles matches between February 19 and March 21...Won at No. 5 singles in Big Sky Championship semifinal vs Montana...9-7 overall doubles record, 3-2 Big Sky doubles record at No. 2 and 3...Went 9-5 with senior Aimee Oki as primary No. 3 doubles team...Won five straight doubles matches between February 19 and March 5...Led at No. 3 in both Big Sky Championship semifinal and final when doubles points were clinched...7-6 in singles and 3-5 in doubles during Fall 2010 play. 2010 (Freshman): All-Big Sky honorable mention...13-6 overall singles record, 6-2 mark in Big Sky singles at No. 4, 5 and 6...12-5 record as primary No. 5

singles player, 0-1 at No. 4, 1-0 at No. 6...Won 10-straight singles matches from February 19 through April 5...Won 10 matches in straight sets...Recorded a 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (1) victory at No. 6 singles against Montana in Big Sky Championship semifinal...14-5 overall doubles record, 7-1 mark in Big Sky doubles...Teamed with Aimee Oki to go 14-4 overall and 12-3 as primary No. 2 doubles team... Won eight-straight doubles matches from February 19 through April 4...Recorded an 8-3 win at No. 2 doubles against Montana in Big Sky Championship Semifinal...9-4 singles record and 7-4 doubles record in Fall 2009 play, including singles and doubles championships at UC Irvine Fall Invitational. High School: Played tennis individually for six years and for Fountain Hills High School for one season...Was undefeated and won a state high school championship in 2008...Played in several USTA tournaments as an individual... Finished No. 1 in the 14’s age group, in the top-five in the 16’s age group and in the top-10 in the 18’s age group in the Southwest section...Defeated a No. 4 seed in a USTA national tournament. Personal: Nicole Maria Perez was born Oct. 2, 1990 in Mesa, Ariz....Daughter of David and Kathy Perez...One older brother, Adam, played tennis at Northern Colorado...Enjoys hiking, biking, running and traveling.

Career Statistics Year Singles BSC Singles Doubles BSC Doubles 2010 13-6 6-2 14-5 7-1 2011 9-8 3-3 9-7 3-2 2012 4-16 3-3 5-13 2-2 Totals 26-30 12-8 28-25 12-5

Hannah Stone | So.-1L | 5-3 | Temecula, Calif. | Great Oak HS Academic Notes: Majoring in public relations... Big Sky All-Academic selection in 2012...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2012...3.95 GPA in high school...graduated 75th in her high school class. 2013 (Sophomore): 3-3 singles record and 2-4 doubles record during fall 2012 play...Advanced to round of 16 of doubles main draw with Johanna Vang at USTA/ITA Mountain Regional Championships. 2012 (Freshman): All-Big Sky first team...10-12 overall singles record, 6-2 Big Sky singles record at No. 2...Went 9-12 as primary No. 2 singles player...Had five-match winning streak from Feb. 5-19... Won three of her last four singles matches to close out the regular season...14-6 overall doubles record, 4-2 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1 and 2...Led team in doubles victories...Teamed primarily with Johanna Vang, as duo went 13-6 overall and 12-5 as primary No. 2 doubles team...Won at No. 2 doubles against No. 59 UC Davis and No. 65 Akron...Recorded four winning streaks of three or more doubles matches...Won first three doubles matches to begin season... Won final four doubles matches of season including at No. 2 against Montana

in Big Sky Championship semifinal...8-6 singles record and 7-5 doubles record during fall 2011 play...Advanced to third round of singles main draw at USTA/ ITA Mountain Regional Championships. High School: Attended Great Oak High School...Served as team captain and was All-league...Team made it to the CIF quarterfinals during her sophomore year...Ranked in the Top 60 players in Southern California...Beat No. 40 player in the 18 and under division this past summer. Personal: Hannah Erin Stone was born on Oct. 22, 1993 in Costa Mesa, Calif....Daughter of Sue and Neil Stone...One older brother, Sean...Hobbies include skiing, shopping, hanging out with her friends, going to the beach and watching movies...Lists late teammate Jovana Vasic as the most amazing person she knows...Chose Northern Arizona because she loved Flagstaff and really hit if off with the team.

Career Statistics Year Singles BSC Singles Doubles BSC Doubles 2012 10-12 6-2 14-6 4-2 Totals 10-12 6-2 14-6 4-2

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Meet the Jacks Johanna Vang | So.-1L | 6-0 | Sollentuna, Sweden | Viktor Rydberg Gymnasium

Academic Notes: Majoring in business management...Big Sky All-Academic selection in 2012... Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2012. 2013 (Sophomore): 5-3 singles record and 3-3 doubles record during fall 2012 play...Advanced to round of 16 of doubles main draw with Hannah Stone at USTA/ITA Mountain Regional Championships. 2012 (Freshman): All-Big Sky honorable mention...11-10 overall singles record, 7-1 Big Sky singles record at No. 4 and 5...Went 7-9 as primary No. 4 singles player...Tied for team-lead in victories...Defeated Katharina Knoebl of No. 71 Sacramento State, 6-1, 6-2 at No. 5...Won three-straight matches to close out regular season... Match at No. 4 against Montana in Big Sky Championship semifinal was unfinished when match concluded...13-7 overall doubles record, 4-2 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1 and 2...Teamed primarily with Hannah Stone, as duo went 13-6 overall and 12-5 as primary No. 2 doubles team...Won at No. 2 doubles against

No. 59 UC Davis and No. 65 Akron...Recorded three winning streaks of three or more doubles matches...Won first three doubles matches to begin season... Won final four doubles matches of season including at No. 2 against Montana in Big Sky Championship semifinal...8-5 singles record and 8-3 doubles record in fall 2011 play. High School: Attended Viktor Rydberg Gymnasium in Stockholm, Sweden... Played on two different club teams: Djursholms TK for one year and Sollentuna TK for eight years...Played in the Swedish Elite Series for Djursholms TK...Under-21 doubles runner up in the Swedish Championship. Personal: Johanna Maria Vang was born Oct. 4, 1992 in Sollentuna, Sweden... Daughter of Margareta and Per Vang...One older brother, Niklas...Hobbies include watching movies and traveling...Chose Northern Arizona because of its good academic program and beautiful location.

Career Statistics Year Singles BSC Singles Doubles BSC Doubles 2012 11-10 7-1 13-7 4-2 Totals 11-10 7-1 13-7 4-2

Malia Wahinepio | Sr.-3L | 5-7 | Anthem, Ariz. | Moon Valley HS Academic Notes: Majoring in early childhood education...Member of high school Key club. 2013 (Senior): 0-6 singles record and 2-3 doubles record during fall 2012 play. 2012 (Junior): All-Big Sky honorable mention...11-11 overall singles record, 7-1 Big Sky singles record at No. 3...Went 11-8 as primary No. 3 singles player...Tied for team-lead in victories... Won final four matches of the season...Won at No. 3 singles against Montana in Big Sky Championship semifinal...6-14 overall doubles record, 3-3 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1 and 2...Teamed primarily with Ghizelene Doballah, as the duo went 4-6 overall and 3-6 as primary No. 1 doubles team... Played all but one match at No. 1 doubles...Won at No. 1 doubles in Big Sky Championship semifinal against Montana...6-7 singles record and 7-3 doubles record during fall 2011 play. 2011 (Sophomore): All-Big Sky second team...14-9 overall singles record, 7-1 Big Sky singles record at No. 3 and 4...Went 5-3 at No. 3 and 9-6 at No. 4...Won seven consecutive matches between February 12 and March 21...Won five consecutive matches between April 2 and April 23 (end of regular season)...Won 11 singles matches in straight sets...13-7 overall doubles record, 5-2 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1 and 2...Went 13-5 with senior Yumi Hasegawa as primary No. 2 doubles team...Posted two four-match winning streaks...Won at No. 2 doubles in Big Sky Championship semifinal vs Montana...Named Big Sky Player of the Week on March 9...9-9 in singles and 6-7 in doubles during Fall 2010 play. 2010 (Freshman): All-Big Sky second team...13-6 overall singles record and

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6-2 mark in Big Sky singles at No. 3 and 4...10-4 record as primary No. 4 singles player, 3-2 at No. 3...Posted winning streaks of six and four matches and won 10 of 11 matches from January 30 through April 3...Won 10 matches in straight sets...13-7 overall doubles record and team-best 7-1 Big Sky doubles mark...Teamed primarily with Orsi Golovics, going 11-5 at No. 1 doubles...Duo began the spring season ranked No. 35 nationally and No. 5 in the Mountain region...Posted doubles winning streaks of four and five matches and won nine of 10 matches from February 14 through April 4...Recorded 8-3 victory at No. 1 doubles against Montana in Big Sky Championship Semifinal...Named Big Sky Player of the Week on February 17...7-7 in singles and 11-2 in doubles during Fall 2009 play, including a doubles championship at the UC Irvine Fall Invitational. High School: Four-year letterwinner in tennis, three-year letter winner in volleyball at Moon Valley High School...Four-year regional champion in tennis and four-year team mvp...Won a state championship during senior year...Also a two-time volleyball All-American and mvp of team during freshman and senior seasons. Personal: Malia Luana Wahinepio was born April 22, 1989 in Honolulu, Hawaii...Daughter of George and Loana Wahinepio...One older brother, Elliott, and one older sister, Icelynn...Father and both siblings were also athletes at the collegiate level...Hobbies include singing, dancing and hula.

Career Statistics Year Singles BSC Singles Doubles BSC Doubles 2010 13-6 6-2 13-7 7-1 2011 14-9 7-1 13-7 5-2 2012 11-11 7-1 6-14 3-3 Totals 38-26 20-4 32-28 15-6

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Meet the Jacks Alice Walker | Sr.-SQ | 5-6 | Sydney, Australia | Pymble Ladies College

Academic Notes: Majoring in environmental sciences: biology...Two-time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2011 and 2012...3.60 GPA in high school. 2013 (Senior): 4-4 singles record and 2-3 doubles record during fall 2012 play. 2012 (Junior): 2-5 overall singles record, 2-0 Big Sky singles record at No. 6...Recorded singles wins against Idaho State and Portland State...3-4 overall doubles record, 2-0 Big Sky doubles record at No. 3...Teamed with Alice Pacaut for wins at No. 3 doubles against Idaho State, Portland State and Seattle...1-3 singles record and 3-1 doubles record during fall 2011 play. 2011 (Sophomore): 3-1 overall singles record, 2-0 Big Sky singles record at No. 6...Recorded singles wins against Cal State Bakersfield, Eastern Washington, and Portland State...Won two singles matches in straight sets...2-0 overall doubles record, 2-0 Big Sky doubles record at No. 3...Teamed with senior Aimee Oki for No. 3 doubles wins against Eastern Washington and Portland State...4-9 in singles and 0-2 in doubles during Fall 2010 play. 2010 (Freshman): 1-3 overall singles record, 1-2 Big Sky singles mark at No. 6...Recorded first collegiate victory with 6-2, 6-2 win at No. 6 singles over Kylea Gleason of Portland State on April 12...0-3 overall doubles record, 0-2 Big Sky doubles mark at No. 1 and 3...Played one

match at No. 3 with Malia Wahinepio and two matches at No. 1 with Yumi Hasgawa...Did not compete during Fall 2009 play. High School: Four-year letterwinner in tennis, basketball, track and field and cross country at Pymble Ladies College…Named most improved tennis player in 2007…Northern Suburbs Tennis Association Under-18 Women’s Singles Runner-up in 2008…Captain of Independent Girls Schools Sports Association (IGSSA) representative basketball team in 2008 and 2009…Ran 800 M and 4x100 M relay for track and field...Placed in the top-15 all four years in 4km and 6km IGSSA cross country competitions. Personal: Alice Emily Walker was born Aug. 3, 1991 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia…Daughter of Helen and Ross Walker…Twin brothers, Scott and Harry, and one sister, Lotte…Most exciting moment was Australian Cathy Freeman winning gold in the 400 meters in the Sydney Olympics…Chose Northern Arizona because of its unique location…also considered Ball State and Eastern Kentucky.

Career Statistics Year Singles BSC Singles Doubles BSC Doubles 2010 1-3 1-2 0-3 0-2 2011 3-1 2-0 2-0 2-0 2012 2-5 2-0 3-4 2-0 Totals 6-9 5-2 5-7 4-2

Jordan Denesik | Fr.-HS | 5-6 | Anthem, Ariz. | Barry Goldwater HS Academic Notes: Majoring in exercise science...Aspires for a career as a physician assistant or physical therapist...Graduated seventh in her high school class with IB diploma. 2013 (Freshman): 1-2 singles record and 0-2 doubles record during fall 2012 play.

Personal: Jordan Michelle Denesik was born on March 9, 1994 in Grand Junction, Colo....Daughter of John and Deb Denesik...One younger sister, Brooke...Hobbies include theatre, reading, writing and watching movies...Admires Roger Federer because “he has the most natural way of playing tennis with a plethora of weapons and great composure”...Loves Harry Potter and action movies...Chose Northern Arizona because for the great location, weather and environment...Also considered UCF, USF, Drexel and FIU before enrolling at NAU.

High School: Attended Barry Goldwater High School...Four-year letter winner and starter and two-year captain in tennis for coach Scott Dessenberger...Two-time Player of the Year...Three-time Regional Champion...Reached No. 13 in the USTA Southwest region rankings...Also played for Andy Stoner Team Tennis and went to nationals in New Mexico...Also one-year letter winner in soccer at Barry Goldwater HS.

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Meet the Jacks Tatum Rochin | Jr.-TR | 5-7 | Tucson, Ariz. | Bridgeway Academy / Pima CC

Academic Notes: Majoring in journalism...3.7 high school GPA...Member of high school honors society...Member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. 2013 (Junior): 4-3 singles record and 2-5 doubles record during fall 2012 play. Pima Community College: Two-year starter and one-year captain at Pima Community College...Played tennis for coach Gretchen Schantz...Arizona Community College Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 2012...Placed first in the region in the No. 1 singles flight in 2012...Won the backdraw of the NJCAA tournament in 2011...Helped team to 15th place finish in 2011 and 16th place finish in 2012 at the NJCAA national tournament...Helped team win the regional title for the first time in school history in 2012.

Personal: Tatum Michelle Rochin was born Sept. 15, 1993 in Bethesda, Md....Daughter of Michael and Carla Rochin...One older brother, Micah...One younger sister, Hailey...Father, Michael, and grandfather, Ruben, attended NAU...Enjoys photography, writing, working on jigsaw puzzles and reading...Most memorable athletic moment was winning the regionals tournament in both singles and doubles in 2012... Transferred to Northern Arizona because she fell in love with the town and school instantly and the team was a good fit for her...Considered University of Arizona before transferring.

High School: Played tennis for Gary Engelbrecht at Bridgeway Academy.

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Women’s 2012 Review 2012 Team Results

Overall Record: 10-13 | BSC: 7-1 | Region: 6-6 | Home: 3-2 | Away: 7-6 | Neutral: 0-5

Date 1/20 2/3 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/17 2/18 2/19 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/10 3/12 3/23 3/24 3/26 4/6 4/7 4/8 4/14 4/15 4/21

Rank (Opponent) vs. #59 UC Davis vs. UTEP % vs. Air Force % at New Mexico State %* at Northern Colorado % at Colorado State at #20 Arizona State %* at Weber State %* at Idaho State % at #64 UNLV % vs. Nevada * #71 SACRAMENTO ST. % NEW MEXICO #65 AKRON %* MONTANA %* MONTANA STATE vs. #72 Oregon at #30 Washington State at Gonzaga * at Eastern Washington * at Portland State at Seattle %^ vs. Montana

Score L, 7-0 W, 4-3 L, 6-1 L, 4-3 W, 5-2 L, 4-3 L, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 L, 7-0 L, 6-1 L, 6-1 W, 6-1 L, 7-0 W, 4-3 W, 5-1 L, 6-1 L, 7-0 L, 4-3 W, 5-1 W, 6-1 W, 4-3 L, 4-2

Record 0-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 2-3 2-4 2-5 3-5 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 5-8 5-9 6-9 7-9 7-10 7-11 7-12 8-12 9-12 10-12 10-13

Big Sky

1-0 2-0 3-0

Malia Wahinepio

3-1 4-1 5-1

6-1 7-1

% - denotes Regional Match, * - denotes Big Sky match, ^ - denotes Big Sky Championship match

Johanna Vang

2012 Individual Results SINGLES Athlete Ghizelene Doballah Alice Pacaut Nicole Perez Hannah Stone Johanna Vang Malia Wahinepio Alice Walker Totals Percentage

No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 9-13 --- --- --- --- --- --- ---- --- --- 3-4 8-8 --- --- 0-3 2-4 2-9 --- --- 9-12 1-0 --- --- --- --- --- --- 7-9 4-1 --- 0-1 0-2 11-8 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 2-5 9-14 9-14 12-11 9-13 9-14 10-13 .391 .391 .522 .409 .391 .435

Big Sky Total Streak L10 7-1 9-13 L2 4-6 4-4 11-12 L1 5-5 3-3 4-16 L5 2-8 6-2 10-12 L2 4-6 7-1 11-10 W3 4-5 7-1 11-11 W4 6-4 2-0 2-5 L1 2-5 36-12 58-79 .750 .423

DOUBLES Athletes No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 Big Sky Total Streak L10 Ghizelene Doballah/M. Wahinepio 3-6 1-0 --- 2-1 4-6 W2 4-6 Hannah Stone/Johanna Vang 1-1 12-5 --- 4-2 13-6 W4 7-3 Alice Pacaut/Nicole Perez --- 0-1 3-4 1-0 3-5 L1 3-5 Nicole Perez/Malia Wahinepio 2-7 --- --- 1-2 2-7 L2 2-7 Alice Pacaut/Alice Walker --- --- 3-2 2-0 3-2 W3 3-2 Ghizelene Doballah/Alice Pacaut --- --- 3-4 2-1 3-4 W2 3-4 Johanna Vang/Malia Wahinepio 0-1 --- --- 0-0 0-1 L1 0-1 Ghizelene Doballah/Nicole Perez --- 0-1 --- 0-0 0-1 L1 0-1 Ghizelene Doballah/Alice Walker --- --- 0-2 0-0 0-2 L2 0-2 Alice Pacaut/Hannah Stone --- 1-0 --- 0-0 1-0 W1 1-0 Totals 6-15 14-7 9-12 12-6 29-34 Percentage .286 .667 .429 .667 .460

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2013 Men’s Tennis

Back Row (From Left): Assistant Coach Joseph Heckley, Patrick Schimmelbauer, Sarp Laleli, Alan Barrios, Trevor Unger Front Row (From Left): Robert Martin, Kester Black, Dominic Bermudez, Shaun Waters

Name Alan Barrios Dominic Bermudez Kester Black Sarp Laleli Robert Martin Patrick Schimmelbauer Trevor Unger Shaun Waters

Ht. 6-3 5-10 5-9 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-1

Cl.-Exp. Jr.-TR Jr.-2L So.-TR Fr.-HS Sr.-1L Sr.-3L So.-1L Sr.-1L

Hometown High School/Last School Tucson, Ariz. Amphitheater HS/Pima CC (Ariz.) Tucson, Ariz. Palo Verde HS Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland Glenalmond College/Wichita State Ankara, Turkey Private Fatos Abla Scarborough, Western Australia Hale School/Seminole State College (Okla.) Erkelenz, Germany Deutsche Schule Malaga Los Gatos, Calif. Los Gatos HS Melbourne, Australia St Helena Secondary College/Middle Tennessee State

Director of Tennis: Kim Bruno (5th Year, Northern Arizona ‘00) Assistant Coach: Joseph Heckley (2nd Year, Niagara ‘09)

Roster by Class

Seniors (3)................................... Robert Martin

........................................Patrick Schimmelbauer .........................................................Shaun Waters Juniors (2).......................................Alan Barrios .............................................. Dominic Bermudez Sophomores (2)............................. Kester Black ......................................................... Trevor Unger Freshmen (1)..................................... Sarp Laleli

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Roster by Country (State) Australia (2)............................... Robert Martin .........................................................Shaun Waters Germany (1)................Patrick Schimmelbauer Scotland (1).................................... Kester Black United States (3)...............Alan Barrios (Ariz.) ................................. Dominic Bermudez (Ariz.) ............................................Trevor Unger (Calif.) Turkey (1).......................................... Sarp Laleli

Arrivals Name Hometown Alan Barrios...................................Tucson, Ariz. Kester Black...................Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland Sarp Laleli...................................Ankara, Turkey

Departures

Name Career Stats Chris Fasulo................................... Did Not Play Ben Lantz......................9-15 Sing., 14-14 Doub. Josh Levinson.....................0-1 Sing., 0-1 Doub. Robin Pezzutto.......... 35-49 Sing., 43-41 Doub. Steven Say...........................1-4 Sing., 2-1 Doub.

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Meet the Jacks Dominic Bermudez | Jr.-2L | 5-10 | Tucson, Ariz. | Palo Verde HS

Academic Notes: Majoring in business. 2013 (Junior): 2-6 singles record and 6-3 doubles record during fall 2012 play. 2012 (Sophomore): All-Big Sky second team...12-9 overall singles record, 7-1 Big Sky singles record at No. 2 and 3...Went 9-5 as primary No. 3 singles player...Led team in victories...Won six-straight matches from March 17-31...Posted a 5-1 mark in three-set matches...Defeated Samir Iftikhar of No. 50 New Mexico, 3-6, 7-5, 1-0 (13-11) at No. 3...9-11 overall doubles record, 4-3 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1 and 2...Teamed primarily with Patrick Schimmelbauer, as duo went 6-5 overall and 4-3 as primary No. 2 doubles team...Won at No. 2 doubles against No. 73 Ball State...5-7 singles record and 4-8 doubles record during fall 2011 play. 2011 (Freshman): 9-10 overall singles record, 4-3 Big Sky singles record at No. 3, 4 and 5...Went 8-9 as primary No. 5 singles player...Won first-two singles matches of the spring and three of last-four matches, including a win in the Big Sky Championship semifinal...7-13 overall doubles record, 4-3 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1, 2 and 3...Teamed primarily with sophomore Hugo Ramadier, as the pair went 7-11 overall and 5-9 as the primary No. 1 doubles team...Won at No. 1 doubles

against Montana in Big Sky Championship semifinal...8-3 singles record and 3-5 doubles record during Fall 2010 play...Won New Mexico Balloon Fiesta Invitational Singles Flight B championship. High School: Four-year letterwinner, starter and team captain at Palo Verde high school...Won two individual state titles and three team state titles...Runner-up for team and individual state titles once...Held No. 1 Southwest ranking from age 12 to 18...Southwest Player of the Year nominee...Played in Davis Cup for three years. Personal: Dominic Frank Bermudez was born Sept. 7, 1991 in Tucson, Ariz....Son of Monica Bermudez...Three sisters, Andrea, Nicole and Rita and one brother, Carlos...Sister, Nicole, played soccer at Grand Canyon University...Brother, Carlos, plays tennis at Arizona...Overcame knee surgery and a lower back fracture...Also considered Cal, Arizona and Bradley before enrolling at Northern Arizona.

Career Statistics Year Singles BSC Singles Doubles BSC Doubles 2011 9-10 4-3 7-13 4-3 2012 12-9 7-1 9-11 4-3 Totals 21-19 11-4 16-24 8-6

Robert Martin | Sr.-1L | 6-1 | Scarborough, Western Australia | Hale School / Seminole State College Academic Notes: Majoring in finance. 2013 (Senior): 2-4 singles record and 2-4 doubles record during fall 2012 play. 2012 (Junior): 7-15 overall singles record, 3-5 Big Sky singles record at No. 5...Went 5-14 as primary No. 5 singles player...Won final two singles matches to end the season...8-10 overall doubles record, 3-2 Big Sky doubles record at No. 2 and 3...Teamed primarily with Robin Pezzutto, as duo went 6-7 overall and 3-4 as primary No. 3 doubles team...Won at No. 3 doubles with Dominic Bermudez against No. 55 Arizona in season opener...Won final two doubles matches to end the season...1-5 singles record and 3-6 doubles record during fall 2011 play. Seminole State College: Two-year starter for coach Brian Nelson at Seminole State College...Team ranked No. 1 in the nation in fall 2010... Was Central Region doubles champion.

High School: Five-year starter in both tennis and Australian football at Hale School...Team won two state championships in 2005 and 2006. Personal: Robert Edward Martin was born April 16, 1990 in Perth, Western Australia...Son of Cliff and Uania Martin...One older sister, Felicity, and one older brother, Andrew...Admires George St. Pierre the most because of his discipline and motivation.

Career Statistics Year Singles BSC Singles Doubles BSC Doubles 2012 7-15 3-5 8-10 3-2 Totals 7-15 3-5 8-10 3-2

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Patrick Schimmelbauer | Sr.-3L | 6-3 | Erkelenz, Germany | Deutsche Schule Malaga Academic Notes: Majoring in mechanical engineering...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2010. 2013 (Senior): 2-3 singles record and 5-2 doubles record during fall 2012 play. 2012 (Junior): 9-12 overall singles record, 4-4 Big Sky singles record at No. 3 and 4...Went 6-8 as primary No. 4 singles player...Defeated Alexandre Brym of No. 73 Ball State, 6-2, 6-4 at No. 4...Won five of seven singles matches from Feb. 24-March 17...Won final three singles matches to close out the season...10-10 overall doubles record, 4-3 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1, 2 and 3...Led team in doubles victories...Teamed primarily with Dominic Bermudez, as duo went 6-5 overall and 4-3 as primary No. 2 doubles team...Won at No. 2 doubles against No. 73 Ball State...Won final three doubles matches to close out the season...4-10 singles record and 5-7 doubles record during fall 2011 play. 2011 (Sophomore): 6-15 overall singles record, 4-4 Big Sky singles record at No. 1 and 2...6-14 as primary No. 2 singles player...Went 4-1 at No. 2 singles in home Big Sky matches...Forced a third set at No. 2 in regular season meeting with Sacramento State and in Big Sky Championship semifinal against Montana...9-12 overall doubles record, 6-2 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1, 2 and 3...Went 8-3 with junior Ben Lantz as primary No. 3 doubles team...Posted three and four-match doubles winning streaks...Won at No. 3 doubles in Big Sky championship semi-

final vs Montana...6-5 singles record and 7-6 doubles record in Fall 2010 play. 2010 (Freshman): 8-14 overall singles record, 2-6 Big Sky singles record at No. 1, 2 and 3...Went 6-10 as primary No. 2 singles player... Defeated Marcos Verdasco of No. 70 Oregon 3-6, 6-4, 10-8 at No. 2... Defeated Henning Hipp of Weber State 6-3, 6-3 at No. 2 in Big Sky Championship Semifinal...8-13 overall doubles record, 4-4 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1, 2 and 3...Teamed primarily with David Flodberg for 7-12 overall record and 3-9 mark as primary No. 1 doubles team...7-8 singles record and 7-6 doubles record during Fall 2009 play. High School: Attended Deutsche Schule in Malaga, Spain...Practiced at Hofsaess Tennis Academy in Spain, where Steffi Graff and Boris Becker also trained. Personal: Patrick Schimmelbauer was born July 13, 1989 in Munich, Germany...Son of Roland and Annerose Schimmelbauer...One brother, Timo...Chose NAU because of the tennis team and good academic program...Is a big fan of soccer club 1. FC Kaiserslautern.

Career Statistics Year Singles BSC Singles Doubles BSC Doubles 2010 8-14 2-6 8-13 4-4 2011 6-15 4-4 9-12 6-2 2012 9-12 4-4 10-10 4-3 Totals 23-41 10-14 27-35 14-9

Trevor Unger | So.-1L | 6-2 | Los Gatos, Calif. | Los Gatos HS Academic Notes: Majoring in business. 2013 (Sophomore): 2-5 singles record and 1-5 doubles record during fall 2012 play. 2012 (Freshman): 1-6 overall singles record, 0-2 Big Sky singles record at No. 6...Recorded first collegiate win against Western Illinois’ Daniel Sweeney, 6-0, 6-1 at No. 6...4-8 overall doubles record, 1-3 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1...Teamed primarily with Shaun Waters, as duo went 3-7 as primary No. 1 doubles team...Won four of five doubles matches from Feb. 26-March 17...Did not compete during fall 2011 play...Attended school at University of Arizona during fall 2011 semester. High School: Two-year starter and team captain at Los Gatos High

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School...Compiled 15-6 record at No. 1 and 2 singles as a senior...Compiled 17-4 record at No. 2 and 3 singles as a freshman...Top 20 in Northern California until he needed knee surgery at 14. Personal: Trevor Gregory Unger was born July 1, 1992 in Los Gatos, Calif....Son of Gregory and Jennifer Unger...Father, Gregory, was a pitcher in the New York Yankees minor league system...One younger sister, Taylor...Overcame knee surgery and back injuries...Hobbies include playing video games and snowboarding...Most exciting event was going to England to watch the Wimbledon tournament at 14 years old...Chose Northern Arizona because the great environment, beautiful campus and a strong tennis team and coaching staff.

Career Statistics Year Singles BSC Singles Doubles BSC Doubles 2012 1-6 0-2 4-8 1-3 Totals 1-6 0-2 4-8 1-3

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Shaun Waters | Sr.-1L | 6-1 | Melbourne, Australia | St Helena Secondary College / Middle Tennessee State Academic Notes: Majoring in construction management...Student Athlete GPA Award recipient at Middle Tennessee State...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2012. 2013 (Senior): 4-3 singles record and 4-3 doubles record during fall 2012 play...Advanced to round of 16 of singles main draw at USTA/ITA Mountain Regional Championships. 2012 (Junior): 9-12 overall singles record, 2-6 Big Sky singles record at No. 2, 3 and 4...Went 4-8 as primary No. 2 singles player...Recorded two winning streaks of three or more matches...Defeated Zane Smith of No. 73 Ball State, 6-2, 6-4 at No. 3...7-13 overall doubles record, 3-4 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1 and 3...Teamed primarily with Trevor Unger, as duo went 3-7 as primary No. 1 doubles team...Won three of last four doubles matches at No. 3 to close out the season...Named Big Sky Player of the Week on March 13...5-8 singles record and 8-5 doubles record during fall 2011 play. Middle Tennessee State (2010-11): 6-17 overall singles record and 10-12 overall doubles record in 2011 as a sophomore...3-15 record as primary No. 1 singles player...10-12 at No. 1 doubles with Ben Davis...

Helped team win conference championship by winning match at No. 2 singles against South Alabama with team score tied at 3-3...Was down 2-6, 1-4 to Juan Spir of No. 16 Georgia Tech at NCAA Tournament at conclusion of match...5-6 singles record and 4-5 doubles record in 2010 fall play...10-12 overall singles record and 8-16 overall doubles record in 2010 as a freshman...7-4 record as primary No. 4 singles player...Won six of last seven matches to end season with final match being unfinished...8-11 record with Richard Cowden at Nos. 2 and 3 doubles...Pair defeated Jamal Adderly and Alex Pukal, 8-1, of No. 43 South Florida... Pair also defeated Ryan Gormley and Warren Hardi, 8-6, of No. 44 Penn State. Personal: Shaun Waters was born Feb. 23, 1992 in Pretoria, South Africa...Son of Eric Waters...One brother, Chris, and one sister, Kirsten... Lists most memorable athletic moment as winning the Sun Belt conference championships as a member of Middle Tennessee State in 2011... Chose Northern Arizona because of the atmosphere.

Career Statistics Year Singles BSC Singles Doubles BSC Doubles 2012 9-12 2-6 7-13 3-4 Totals 9-12 2-6 7-13 3-4

Alan Barrios | Jr.-TR | 6-3 | Tucson, Ariz. | Amphitheater HS / Pima CC Academic Notes: Majoring in economics. 2013 (Junior): 2-8 singles record and 3-6 doubles record during fall 2012 play. Jackson State (2011-12): Attended Jackson State University in Jackson, Miss.

joys fishing, snorkeling and listening to electronic music...Admires his JUCO coach Sharif Moustafa because “he’s the most influential coach I’ve had” and his mom “because she never gives up”...Transferred to Northern Arizona because of the good academics, tennis program and school environment...Considered Point Loma University before transferring.

Pima Community College (2009-11): Twoyear starter, captain and letter winner at Pima Community College...Played tennis for coach Sharif Moustafa...Helped team get as high as No. 12 in the nation...Helped team to two conference runner-ups... Ranked No. 14 in the nation in JUCO singles...JC Conference runner-up in singles. High School: 2009 graduate of Amphitheater High School. Personal: Alan Barrios Avila was born May 21, 1991 in Cozumel, Mexico...Son of Maria Avila...Two older brothers, Hansell and Iram...En-

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Kester Black | So.-TR | 5-9 | Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland | Glenalmond College / Wichita State Academic Notes: Contemplating majoring in business. 2013 (Sophomore): 3-2 singles record and 3-5 doubles record during fall 2012 play. Wichita State (2011-12): 10-7 overall singles record and 1-5 overall doubles record in 2011-12...3-0 record at No. 5 singles and 4-3 record at No. 6 singles...Won final five singles matches of the season...0-1 record at No. 2 doubles and 1-2 record at No. 3 doubles... Helped team to 16-6 record and a second-place finish in the Missouri Valley Conference...Team finished season at No. 7 in ITA Central Region rankings...3-4 singles record and 0-2 doubles record in 2011 fall play.

joys skiing...Most memorable moment was playing for Scotland for the first time at 11-years old...Has one hole-in-one in golf...Got to hit some balls with Andy Murray when he was younger...Admires his father, “because he has spent a lot of money on my life which gives me many great opportunities�...Transferred to Northern Arizona because he loved the facilities, the location and the academic programs.

High School: Attended Glenalmond College...ranked No. 3 player in Scotland...No. 1 ranked player in Scotland for U12, U14, U16 and U18...Qualified first for British Junior Grand-Prix Masters U16...Represented Scotland twice in the 4 Nations Championships beating England, Ireland and Wales. Personal: Kester Graham Black was born Sept. 23, 1992 in Glasgow, Scotland...Son of Graham and Vivien Black...One sister, Vanessa...EnSarp Laleli | Fr.-HS | 6-4 | Ankara, Turkey | Private Fatos Abla Academic Notes: Majoring in civil engineering...3.70 high school GPA. 2013 (Freshman): 1-6 singles record and 3-3 doubles record during fall 2012 play. High School: Was the doubles champion U-18 in Turkey...Played 12 matches for the Turkish National Team...High school team was two-time Turkish High School Champions...Team placed fifth at the World High School Championship in France in 2011. Personal: Sarp Laleli was born Nov. 6, 1994 in Ankara, Turkey...Son of Kamil and Hafize Laleli...One younger brother, Doruk...Hobbies include house music and playing basketball...Chose Northern Arizona because of the good tennis program and the atmosphere.

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Men’s 2012 Review 2012 Team Results

Overall Record: 6-16 | BSC: 2-6 | Region: 2-10 | Home: 1-3 | Away: 2-7 | Neutral: 1-3

Date 1/21 1/28 1/29 2/11 2/12 2/24 2/25 2/26 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/17 3/21 3/24 3/25 3/30 3/31 4/1 4/6 4/8 4/14 4/15

Rank (Opponent) at #55 Arizona vs. Vanguard at UC Riverside %* at Northern Colorado % at Air Force % at Utah %* at Weber State %* at Idaho State vs. #73 Ball State % vs. Utah State % at UNLV WESTERN ILLINOIS * SACRAMENTO STATE %* MONTANA STATE %* MONTANA % at #50 New Mexico % at New Mexico State vs. UT-Arlington % at Idaho * at Eastern Washington * at Portland State at Seattle

Score L, 7-0 L, 6-1 W, 5-2 W, 5-2 L, 6-1 L, 6-1 L, 6-1 L, 4-3 L, 5-2 W, 5-2 L, 6-1 W, 7-0 L, 4-2 L, 4-3 L, 6-1 L, 6-1 L, 5-2 L, 6-1 L, 7-0 L, 5-2 W, 6-1 W, 6-1

Record 0-1 0-2 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 3-7 3-8 4-8 4-9 4-10 4-11 4-12 4-13 4-14 4-15 4-16 5-16 6-16

Big Sky

1-0 1-1 1-2 Shaun Waters

1-3 1-4 1-5

1-6 2-6

% - denotes Regional Match, * - denotes Big Sky match

Dominic Bermudez

2012 Individual Results SINGLES Athlete

Dominic Bermudez Ben Lantz Josh Levinson Robert Martin Robin Pezzutto Steven Say Patrick Schimmelbauer Trevor Unger Shaun Waters Totals Percentage

No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 --- 3-4 9-5 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1-0 4-7 --- --- --- --- --- 0-1 --- --- --- 2-1 5-14 --- 5-17 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1-4 --- 0-3 3-1 6-8 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1-1 0-5 --- 4-8 1-3 4-1 --- --- 5-17 7-15 13-9 12-10 7-15 5-17 .227 .318 .591 .545 .318 .227

Big Sky Total Streak L10 7-1 12-9 W2 8-2 2-3 5-7 W2 5-5 0-0 0-1 L1 0-1 3-5 7-15 W2 2-8 2-6 5-17 W1 3-7 0-1 1-4 L3 1-4 4-4 9-12 W3 4-6 0-2 1-6 L3 1-6 2-6 9-12 W2 2-8 20-28 49-83 .417 .371

DOUBLES Athletes No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 Trevor Unger/Shaun Waters Dominic Bermudez/P. Schimmelbauer Robert Martin/Robin Pezzutto Robin Pezzutto/Shaun Waters Ben Lantz/Patrick Schimmelbauer Dominic Bermudez/Robert Martin Dominic Bermudez/Robin Pezzutto Ben Lantz/Trevor Unger Dominic Bermudez/Shaun Waters Steven Say/Trevor Unger Ben Lantz/Shaun Waters Steven Say/Shaun Waters Totals Percentage

Big Sky Total Streak L10 3-7 --- --- 1-3 3-7 L4 3-7 2-2 4-3 --- 3-1 6-5 W2 5-5 1-0 2-3 3-4 3-1 6-7 W2 5-5 1-4 --- --- 1-0 1-4 L1 1-4 --- 1-1 3-4 1-2 4-5 W1 4-5 --- 1-3 1-0 0-1 2-3 L2 2-3 --- 1-2 --- 1-1 1-2 L1 1-2 --- --- 1-0 0-0 1-0 W1 1-0 0-1 --- --- 0-0 0-1 L1 0-1 --- --- 0-1 0-0 0-1 L1 0-1 --- --- 1-1 0-1 1-1 L1 1-1 --- --- 2-0 1-0 2-0 W2 2-0 7-14 9-12 11-10 11-10 27-36 .333 .429 .524 .524 .429

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Big Sky Conference

A new era in the Big Sky Conference began in 2012-13 as the league enters its 50th year of athletic competition, and its 25th sponsoring women’s collegiate athletics. The Division I Big Sky Conference welcomes the University of North Dakota and Southern Utah University into the fold as full members. Cal Poly and UC Davis join the league as affiliate members in football, where the league competes at the Championship Subdivision level (formerly I-AA). The additions of North Dakota and Southern Utah give the stable Big Sky 11 full institutions and 13 football members. The current lineup includes four of the six charter members: Idaho State University, The University of Montana, Montana State University and Weber State. Northern Arizona enters its 43rd season in the Big Sky, giving the conference five members with at least 40 years of continuous membership. Eastern Washington University joined the Big Sky Conference in 1987, followed by Portland State University and Sacramento State in 1996. The Big Sky became a nine-team league in 2006 with the addition of the University of Northern Colorado. The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences in the West and is a national leader in the Football Championship Subdivision. Six times, Big Sky teams have won the Division I National Championship, including Eastern Washington in 2010. A Big Sky team has played for the national championship in three of the past four seasons. The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter members – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington. The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight teams. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the conference added Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001. The Big Sky now includes nine states spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Red River Valley of North Dakota. The league is represented along the entire west coast with institutions in Washington, Oregon and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and Colorado. On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference. The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud) Guthrie of Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled “The Big Sky.” Jack Hollowell, a former Montana advertising director, promoted the Big Sky theme for the Treasure State. While on a track and field trip from Pocatello, Idaho, to Missoula, Mont., legendary Dubby Holt of Idaho State saw a “Welcome to Big Sky Country” sign as his team entered Montana. Holt, and his athletes thought “Big Sky” would be a perfect name for the new conference. Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review called for the newly formed league to be named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. 20, 1963. The Big Sky sponsors championships in 15 sports, including men’s and women’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, basketball and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in football, and women’s volleyball, golf and soccer. This upcoming spring, the Big Sky will sponsor a softball championship for the first time. In 1988-89, the Big Sky Conference first began sponsoring women’s sports. The former Mountain West Conference existed from 1982-88, sponsoring championships for women’s sports at the same institutions the Big Sky had men’s programs. The Big Sky merged with the Mountain West in 1988, forming one league for both men and women. Doug Fullerton, the fifth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, is in his 18th year at the helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July 1, 1995, replacing longtime commissioner Ron Stephenson, who passed away in 2011. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Steve Belko was the commissioner from 1977-81, while John Roning held the post from 1971-77. The first league commissioner was Jack Friel, who served from 1963-71.

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2012 Big Sky Women’s Recap 2012 Final Women’s Tennis Standings

Team 1. Sacramento State* 2. Northern Arizona* 3. Montana* 4. Northern Colorado* 5. Montana State 6. Eastern Washington 7. Weber State 8. Idaho State 9. Portland State

CONFERENCE OVERALL W-L Pct. H A N W-L Pct. H A N 8-0 1.000 4-0 4-0 0-0 17-10 .630 9-1 7-7 1-2 7-1 .875 3-1 4-0 0-0 10-13 .435 3-2 7-6 0-5 6-2 .750 3-1 3-1 0-0 14-8 .636 3-1 7-5 4-2 5-3 .625 1-2 4-1 0-0 9-9 .500 3-5 6-4 0-0 4-4 .500 2-2 2-2 0-0 6-11 .353 3-4 3-6 0-1 2-6 .250 0-3 1-3 1-0 4-15 .211 0-5 3-8 1-2 2-6 .250 1-4 1-2 0-0 2-21 .087 1-8 1-10 0-3 1-7 .125 1-4 0-2 0-1 4-13 .235 2-6 1-3 1-4 1-7 .125 1-3 0-4 0-0 4-15 .211 2-4 0-9 2-2

2012 Big Sky Conference Championship Tournament (1) Sacramento State 4 (4) Northern Colorado 0

(1) Sacramento State 4

(2) Northern Arizona 2 (3) Montana 4

(1) Sacramento State (3) Montana 0

2012 All-Conference Teams Tatsiana Kapshai (SAC) - MVP All-Big Sky First Team School

Name

#Tatsiana Kapshai Sacramento State #Clarisse Baca Sacramento State Heather Davidson Montana #Rebeca Delgado Sacramento State Ghizelene Doballah Northern Arizona Charlotta Hjalmarssan Montana State Laurence Pelchat Montana Hannah Stone Northern Arizona

Class Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

#Three-Time Selection

Name

All-Big Sky Second Team School

Class

Name

All-Big Sky Honorable Mention School

Class

Precious Gbadmosi Moira Hedberg Chrissie Hoolahan Maria Meliuk Laura Porras

Paulina Lopez Maddy Murray Johanna Vang Malia Wahinepio

Montana Eastern Washington Northern Colorado Sacramento State Idaho State

Montana State Montana Northern Arizona Northern Arizona

Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr.

So. Fr. Fr. Jr.

2012 Players of the Week

Date Name Jan. 24 Nittaya Phonharath, Weber State Jan. 31 Laurence Pelchat, Montana Feb. 7 Rebeca Delgado, Sacramento State Feb. 14 Ashley Mackey, Montana Feb. 21 Tatsiana Kapshai, Sacramento State Feb. 28 Tatsiana Kapshai, Sacramento State March 6 Rebeca Delgado, Sacramento State March 13 Maddy Murray, Montana March 20 Moira Hedberg, Eastern Washington March 27 Ghizlene Doballah, Northern Arizona April 3 Paulina Lopez, Montana State April 10 Heather Davidson, Montana April 17 Tatsiana Kapshai, Sacramento State

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2012 Big Sky Men’s Recap 2012 Final Men’s Tennis Standings

Team 1. Montana* 2. Sacramento State* 3. Eastern Washington* 4. Weber State* 5. Idaho State 6. Montana State 7. Northern Arizona 8. Northern Colorado 9. Portland State

CONFERENCE OVERALL W-L Pct. H A N W-L Pct. H A N 8-0 1.000 4-0 4-0 0-0 16-5 .762 4-0 10-4 2-1 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 0-0 11-13 .458 8-0 3-9 0-4 6-2 .750 5-0 1-2 0-0 12-9 .571 7-0 5-8 0-1 5-3 .625 4-1 1-2 0-0 9-14 .391 5-2 2-9 2-3 4-4 .500 4-1 0-3 0-0 8-11 .421 5-4 1-6 2-1 2-6 .250 1-3 0-3 1-0 7-13 .350 3-4 3-9 1-0 2-6 .250 0-3 2-3 0-0 6-16 .273 1-3 4-10 1-3 2-6 .250 1-2 1-4 0-0 6-8 .429 4-2 1-6 1-0 0-8 .000 0-3 0-5 0-0 2-17 .105 2-6 0-9 0-2

2012 Big Sky Conference Championship Tournament

(1) Montana 4

(1) Montana 0

(4) Weber State 3 (2) Sacramento State 4

(2) Sacramento State (2) Sacramento State 4

(3) Eastern Washington 0 2012 All-Conference Teams Simon Unger (WSU) - MVP Name

@Simon Unger Niklas Brandes Mikolaj Caruk Ilija Cuic Mike Facey Aliaksandr Malko Marek Marksoo Ethan Vaughn

All-Big Sky First Team School Weber State Montana State Montana Eastern Washington Montana Sacramento State Sacramento State Montana

Class Sr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. So.

@Four-Time Selection

Name

All-Big Sky Second Team School

Class

Name

All-Big Sky Honorable Mention School

Class

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Dominic Bermudez Brandon Lupo Javier Millan Krzysztof Stempien

Ben Gendron Chad Henninger Andreas Luczak Mario Navarro

Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Sacramento State Idaho State

Northern Colorado Eastern Washington Montana Eastern Washington

So. Sr. Sr. Fr.

Fr. Sr. Fr. So.

2012 Players of the Week Date Men Jan. 24 James Russell, Eastern Washington Jan. 31 Simon Unger, Weber State Feb. 7 Niklas Brandes, Montana State Feb. 14 Niklas Brandes, Montana State Feb. 21 Chad Henninger, Eastern Washington Marek Marksoo, Sacramento State Feb. 28 Ilija Cuic, Eastern Washington March 6 Simon Unger, Weber State March 13 Shaun Waters, Northern Arizona March 20 Ben Gendron, Northern Colorado March 27 Simon Unger, Weber State April 3 Marek Marksoo, Sacramento State April 10 Andreas Luczak, Montana April 17 Mikolaj Caruk, Montans

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Championship History 2012

Men (Since 2008)

Sacramento State - Host

Semifinals

(1) Montana 4, (4) Weber State 3 (2) Sacramento State 4, (3) Eastern Washington 0

Championship

(2) Sacramento State 4, (1) Montana 0

2012

Women (Since 2008)

Sacramento State - Host

Semifinals

(1) Sacramento State 4, (4) Northern Colorado 0 (3) Montana 4, (2) Northern Arizona 2

Championship

(1) Sacramento State 4, (3) Montana 0

2011

2011

Semifinals

Semifinals

Montana State - Host (1) Sacramento State 4, (4) Montana State 0 (3) Northern Arizona 4, (2) Montana 3

Championship

(1) Sacramento State 4, (3) Northern Arizona 1

Montana State - Host (1) Sacramento State 4, (4) Montana State 0 (2) Northern Arizona 4, (3) Montana 3

Championship

(1) Sacramento State 4, (2) Northern Arizona 0

2010

2010

Semifinals

Semifinals

Sacramento State - Host (1) Sacramento State 4, (4) Montana 0 (2) Northern Arizona 4, (3) Weber State 1

Championship

(1) Sacramento State 4, (2) Northern Arizona 0

Sacramento State - Host (1) Sacramento State 4, (4) Montana State 0 (2) Northern Arizona 4, (3) Montana 2

Championship

(1) Sacramento State 4, (2) Northern Arizona 0

2009

2009

Quarterfinals

Quarterfinals

Sacramento State - Host (6) Montana 4, (3) Northern Arizona 2 (5) Montana State 4, (4) Weber State 1

Semifinals

(1) Sacramento State 4, (6) Montana 0 (2) Eastern Washington 4, (5) Montana State 0

Championship

(1) Sacramento State 4, (2) Eastern Washington 0

Sacramento State - Host (3) Northern Arizona 4, (6) Montana 0 (4) Northern Colorado 4, (5) Eastern Washington 1

Semifinals

(1) Sacramento State 4, (4) Northern Colorado 0 (3) Northern Arizona 4, (2) Montana State 3

Championship

(1) Sacramento State 4, (3) Northern Arizona 0

2008

2008

Quarterfinals

Quarterfinals

Sacramento State - Host (6) Montana 4, (3) Weber State 0 (4) Montana State 4, (5) Northern Arizona 0

Semifinals

(1) Sacramento State 4, (6) Montana 3 (2) Eastern Washington 4, (4) Montana State 3

Championship

(2) Eastern Washington 4, (1) Sacramento State 3

Sacramento State - Host (3) Montana State 4, (6) Northern Colorado 0 (5) Eastern Washington 4, (4) Montana 0

Semifinals

(1) Sacramento State 4, (5) Eastern Washington 0 (2) Northern Arizona 4, (3) Montana State 0

Championship

(1) Sacramento State 4, (2) Northern Arizona 0

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Big Sky Honors All-Time All-Big Sky Conference Selections Men

1989 (1): Loren Dils (HM) 1990 (2): Michael Tebbutt (MVP, 1), Matt Meister (HM) 1991 (2): Michael Tebbutt (MVP, 1), Matt Meister (HM) 1992 (3): Michael Tebbutt (1), Matt Meister (HM), Craig Purcell (HM) 1994 (2): Gil Kovalski (1), Craig Purcell (HM) 1995 (3): Jose Garcia (MVP, 1), Konrad Lowhagen (1), Nils Schyllander (HM) 1996 (1): Konrad Lowhagen (1) 1997 (2): Konrad Lowhagen (MVP, 1), Herman Ten Have (1) 1998 (1): David Robles (2) 1999 (3): Rodolfo Cisneros (1), Joel Kawecki (2), Ivan Volkov (HM) 2000 (3): Rodolfo Cisneros (1), Daniel Lundstrom (1), Joel Kawecki (HM) 2001 (2): Rodolfo Cisneros (MVP, 1), Daniel Lundstrom (2) 2002 (3): Daniel Lundstrom (1), Jeff Johnson (2), Thibault Schram (2) 2003 (3): Fredrik Jeppsson (1), Thibault Schram (2), Daniel Lundstrom (HM) 2004 (3): Thibault Schram (1), Lew DeLeon (2), Jeremy Coll (HM) 2005 (4): Jamie Maxwell (1), Thibault Schram (1), Henrik Lilja (2), Jeremy Coll (HM) 2006 (2): Henrik Lilja (1), Trent Hayward (2) 2007 (3): Jeff Morys (2), Michael Platzer (2), Chris Arena (HM) 2008 (1): Jeff Morys (HM) 2009 (2): Andrew Reiff (1), David Flodberg (HM) 2010 (3): Andrew Reiff (1), Hugo Ramadier (2), David Flodberg (HM) 2011 (3): Hugo Ramadier (1), David Flodberg (2), Robin Pezzutto (HM) 2012 (1): Dominic Bermudez (2) 1989 (1): Alexandra Kappel (HM) 1990 (1): Alexandra Kappel (HM) 1991 (1): Alexandra Kappel (1) 1992 (1): Meghan Dave (HM) 1993 (1): Sylvia Pasahidis (HM)

Women

BOLD indicates current player (1) - denotes First Team, (2) - denotes Second Team, (HM) - denotes Honorable Mention

All-Time Big Sky All-Academic Selections Kirsten Balk...................................... 2002-03 Bradley Bristow...................................... 2007 Kim Bruno........................................ 1997-00 Hendrik De Jong.................................... 2002 Yvonne de Waal............................... 2001-02 Vickie Gunnarsson.......................... 1999-00 Fredrik Jeppson..................................... 2003 Jeff Johnson...................................... 2001-02 Erik Karlsson.......................................... 2001 Christina Klokinis................................. 2004 Marjolein Klompmaker........................ 2003 Kathy Kmiec..................................... 1999-00 Maggie Knight....................................... 1998 Francisco Lando.................................... 2003 Ben Lantz.......................................... 2011-12 Henrik Lilja...................................... 2005-06 Daniel Lundstrom........................... 2000-02 Jamie Maxwell........................................ 2005 Susan McClelland............................ 2004-07

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1994 (2): Sylvia Pasahidis (1), Vicki Broadbent (HM) 1995 (3): Vicki Broadbent (1), Yael Stuart (1), Sylvia Pasahidis (HM) 1996 (2): Yael Stuart (1), Vicki Broadbent (HM) 1997 (4): Kim Bruno (1), Yael Stuart (1), Sandra Trefler (1), Petra Holma (HM) 1998 (5): Yael Stuart (MVP, 1), Sandra Trefler (1), Susanna Wallin (1), Kim Bruno (2), Sylvana Navarro (HM) 1999 (4): Vickie Gunnarsson (MVP, 1), Susanna Wallin (1), Kim Bruno (2), Sylvana Navarro (2) 2000 (5): Vickie Gunnarsson (1), Susanna Wallin (1), Kim Bruno (2), Kathy Kmiec (HM), Sylvana Navarro (HM) 2001 (2): Yvonne de Waal (1), Susanna Wallin (2) 2002 (3): Yvonne de Waal (MVP, 1), Kirsten Balk (1), Karen Kmiec (HM) 2003 (3): Marjolein Klompmaker (1), Kirsten Balk (2), Christina Klokinis (2) 2004 (4): Jean Willman (1), Christina Klokinis (1), Susan McClelland (HM), Julie Schmandt (HM) 2005 (2): Julie Schmandt (1), Katie Schurr (2) 2006 (3): Julie Schmandt (1), Katie Schurr (2), Paij Porter (2) 2007 (5): Katie Schurr (1), Leslie Vial (1), Stacey Pinchbeck (2), Paij Porter (2), Susan McClelland (HM) 2008 (4): Orsi Golovics (1), Edit Suhajda (1), Stephanie Vallejos (1), Leslie Vial (HM) 2009 (4): Orsi Golovics (1), Edit Suhajda (1), Leslie Vial (2), Kim Van Ginkel (HM) 2010 (5): Edit Suhajda (1), Orsi Golovics (2), Yumi Hasegawa (2), Malia Wahinepio (2), Nicole Perez (HM) 2011 (5): Orsi Golovics (1), Edit Suhajda (1), Malia Wahinepio (2), Yumi Hasegawa (HM), Aimee Oki (HM) 2012 (4): Ghizelene Doballah (1), Hannah Stone (1), Johanna Vang (HM), Malia Wahinepio (HM)

Michelle Mohr................................. 1999-02 Jeff Morys......................................... 2006-07 Regan Newman................................ 2006-07 Nicole Perez.................................2010-11 Stacey Pinchbeck................................... 2006 Aaron Radbill................................... 1998-99 Julie Schmandt................................. 2003, 06 Katie Schurr................................ 2003, 06-07 Thibault Schram.............................. 2002-05 Hannah Stone................................... 2012 Ronson Taylor.................................. 2003-04 Johanna Vang.................................... 2012 Adrian Venturi................................. 2000-02 Leslie Vial............................................... 2007 Lindsay Villegas..................................... 2006 Susanna Wallin................................ 1998-01 BOLD indicates current player

Multiple All-Big Sky Selections Men

Rodolfo Cisneros.................................... 3(3) Jeremy Coll.............................................. 2(0) David Flodberg....................................... 3(0) Joel Kawecki............................................ 2(0) Henrik Lilja............................................. 2(1) Konrad Lowhagen.................................. 3(3) Daniel Lundstrom.................................. 4(2) Matt Meister............................................ 3(0) Jeff Morys................................................ 2(0) Craig Purcell............................................ 2(0) Hugo Ramadier....................................... 2(1) Andrew Reiff........................................... 2(2) Thibault Schram..................................... 4(2) Michael Tebbutt...................................... 3(3)

Women

Kirsten Balk............................................. 2(1) Vicki Broadbent...................................... 3(1) Kim Bruno............................................... 4(1)

Yvonne de Waal...................................... 2(2) Orsi Golovics........................................... 4(3) Vickie Gunnarsson................................. 2(2) Yumi Hasegawa....................................... 2(0) Alexandra Kappel................................... 3(1) Christina Klokinis.................................. 2(1) Susan McClelland................................... 2(0) Sylvana Navarro...................................... 3(0) Sylvia Pasahidis....................................... 3(1) Paij Porter................................................ 2(0) Julie Schmandt........................................ 3(2) Katie Schurr............................................. 3(1) Yael Stuart................................................ 4(4) Edit Suhajda............................................ 4(4) Sandra Trefler.......................................... 2(2) Leslie Vial................................................ 3(1) Malia Wahinepio............................... 3(0) Susanna Wallin....................................... 4(3) BOLD indicates current player (#) indicates First Team Selections

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Big Sky MVPS Yvonne De Waal After her first season as a Lumberjack, de Waal posted a 15-9 (.625) singles record and was ranked 17th in the Central Region by the ITA. Her sophomore year she was 17-9 (.654) from the No. 1 spot, earning the 2002 Big Sky MVP. She left NAU with a 32-18 (.640) singles record.

Rodolfo Cisneros Cisneros was a three-time first team selection in the Big Sky Conference. He was also named most valuable player in 2000. Cisneros finished his final season at NAU with a 22-14 record in singles. His career singles record stands at 73-31 (.701) while his career doubles record is 45-38 (.542).

Vickie Gunnarsson Gunnarsson was name Big Sky Most Valuable Player after a dominating freshman campaign that saw her record an 18-5 (.783) spring record. She helped lead the Lumberjacks to their third consecutive conference title and the team’s first appearance in the NCAA Championships.

Yael Stuart Stuart was one of the most dominating NAU women’s players accumulating a 56-28 (.667) career record. She concluded her senior season going 16-6 (.727) and winning the Big Sky MVP honor. Stuart was a 2006 inductee into the NAU Hall of Fame.

Konrad Lowhagen Lowhagen was 14-4 (.778) in 1997 as a senior. He capped off his final season at NAU by winning the Big Sky MVP award and leading the Lumberjacks to their first outright league title and only the second in school history.

Jose Garcia Garcia was named the 1995 Big Sky Conference Most Valuable Player. The native of Sevilla, Spain was a four-year starter for the Lumberjacks.

Michael Tebbutt Tebbutt is the Lumberjacks’ only back-to-back Big Sky MVP, winning the award in 1990 and 1991. During those two seasons, Tebbutt posted a 42-19 record. The three-time first team All-Big Sky member earned All-America honors during the 1992 season. He concluded his NAU career being ranked 38th in singles and 24th in doubles. He joined the Association of Tennis Professionals in 1993 and has been ranked as high as 87th in singles and 28th in doubles. Tebbutt was a 1999 inductee into the NAU Hall of Fame.

Mike Henneberry Henneberry tallied an 18-5 (.783) record during the 1984 season earning co-Big Sky Most Valuable Player honors. He was the Lumberjacks’ first league MVP.

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All-Time Letterwinners Men

Jess Adams Phil Aldridge Nolan Alexander Guillermo Alvarez Scott Anderson Chris Arena Jamie Arnold Sam Beadles Toby Bennett Dominic Bermudez Thomas Blackwell Mark Bolton Evan Bortstein Bradley Bristow Greg Brown Josh Brown Bob Burnett Chad Bustos Scott Carruthers Peter Choi Rodolfo Cisneros Brian Clark Jeremy Coll Geoff Cooke Scott Corby Matt Day Fred DeBeule Steve DeCaro Darien Degher Lew DeLeon Harold Dilema Loren Dils Gareth Ducray Todd Emmons David Flodberg Ryan Fraser Fernando Freitas Rich Fulchiron Jose Garcia Greg Goldberg Brian Grooms Tory Hansen Trent Hayward James Heck Mike Henneberry Jeff Hollihan Rickie Homan David Hopkins Rich Hunter Aldert Jansma

1989 2006 2006 1987 1989 2006-09 1992-93 1980-81 1979 20111996 1987 1988 2007-08 1979-80 2011 1987 1984-85 2005-06 1985-86 1998-01 1988 2002-05 1981-82 1979 1983-84 1993-96 1986 1996-97 2004 1992-93 1986-89 2005-07 1988 2008-11 2006-08 2006 1996-98 1992-95 1996-97 2004-06 1994-97 2005 2003-04 1984-86 1979-80 1987 1983-84 1983-84 2004-05

Jonas Jegers Fredrik Jeppsson Greg Johnson Jeff Johnson Matiss Kalans Erik Karlsson Joel Kawecki Scott Kennedy Gil Kovalski Greg Krogh Andreas Kroll Peter Kropik Jeff Land F. Lando Ben Lantz Renzo Lau Henrik Lilja Mike Long Phil Long Konrad Lowhagen Daniel Lundstrom Craig Marshall Robert Martin Flavio Martinez Todd Mason Jamie Maxwell Matt Meister William Merriman Andrew Meyer Lon Mlnarik Cameron Moore Jeff Morys Roy Nelson John Newman Craig Norris Anthony Oaks Trent O’Hara Kevin Olin Jack Peterson Robin Pezzutto Justin Pitsch Michael Platzer Brelin Powell Rich Prochaska Craig Purcell Jay Purcell Aaron Radbill Hugo Ramadier Jeff Ratkovich Andrew Reiff Kenley Remen

2003-05 2003 1990 2000-02 1998 2000-01 1998-99 1993-95 1993 1989-90 1996 1992-95 1984-85 2003 2011-12 2008 2004-06 1979 1983-86 1994-97 2000-03 1979 20121982 1980 2004-05 1990-92 1985 1988-91 1993 1997,2000 2005-08 1998 1980-82 1987 1990 1997-98 1988-91 1998 2009-12 1996 2006 2008 1982-85 1991-94 1990 1997-00 2010-11 1984-85 2009-10 1992

Ron Rice 1980-81 David Robles 1995-98 Juan Rodriguez 1992 Casey Ross 2005-06 Tyler Salazar 1989-91 Nicklas Sandberg 1998-99 Marco Scalise 1987 Patrick Schimmelbauer 2010 Thibault Schram 2002-05 Nils Schyllander 1993-95 Kent Seacat 1983 Celin Serbo 1990-91 Mark Smith 1983-84 Morten Sogaard 1998 Daniel Somogyi 1996 Peter Storch 1981-82 Kevin Taylor 2010 Ronson Taylor 2003-04 Michael Tebbutt 1990-93 Kyle Thieme 2004-06 Christian Tenev 2005 Herman Ten Have 1997 Jacob Tracy 2007-09 Ronnie Tuttle 2004-05 Trevor Unger 2012 Terry Vander Ploeg 1981-82 Adrian Venturi 1998-02 Jaco Visagie 2009 Nick Vizzone 1998 Ivan Volkov 1997-01 Shaun Waters 2012 Timothy Wilcox 1984-85 Chris Wojcik 2004 Jason Wurl 1990

Women

Alanna Anthony Tava Arnold Kirsten Balk Nichole Barna Jamie Bernard Patrice Biemold Nicole Birk Carin Bjorkholm Page Britigan Vicki Broadbent Gillian Brown Beth Bruckshaw Kim Bruno Jennifer Bushnell Nikki Carpenter

1995 1995 2002-03 1995-98 1990 2006 1997-99 1997-99 1984-85 1993-96 1995-96 1984-85 1996-00 1995-98 1993-94

Lisa Cass Cecilia Chavarin Ann Colegrove Meghan Dave Alexandra Degher Yvonne de Waal Ashley Dille Isabel Dixon Ghizelene Doballah Julia Ehlers Melinda Ellickson Melissa Esposito Susie Fain Ashley Fenn Karin Flaig Sylvia Fox Lisa Gee Suzanne Gilbert Connie Gingg Orsi Golovics Vickie Gunnarsson Yumi Hasegawa Wendy Heiser Petra Holma Ashley Hunt Alexandra Kappel Paula Karam Jennifer Kasbeer Christina Klokinis Marjolein Klompmaker Karen Kmiec Kathy Kmiec Maggie Knight Jenna Laulo Joy Lofstedt Kristen Kelly Lutes Jan Luxton Deirdre Mahoney Beth Mayer Jeannie Mayer Georgie Mills Susan McClelland Kandi McKinzie Michelle Mohr Regina Monroe Tracy Moses Monica Murphy Sylvana Navarro Laura Nealon Regan Newman Aimee Oki

1988-89 1994 1978-81 1992-95 1991-92 2000-02 2002-05 1986-87 20121997 1990-92 1995 1976-79 2006-08 1996 1982-85 1994 1988-89 1995-98 2008-11 1998-00 2008-11 1988-89 1997 2004-07 1989-92 1986-87 1991-92 2003-04 2003 2000-04 1998-02 1996-00 1994-98 1991 1984-85 1979-81 1983-84 1979-82 1976-79 2005-07 2004-07 1989 1998-02 1979-82 1980-83 1984-85 1997-01 1979-82 2006-07 2008-11

Susan Oliver 1984-85 Kristan Olsen 1990-93 Tammie Olson 1986-87 Alice Pacaut 2012 Sylvia Pasahidis 1993-96 Nicole Perez 2010 Raquel Phillips 1991-92 Rachel Pinchbeck 2005 Stacey Pinchbeck 2006-09 Molley Pielsticker 1980-83 Paij Porter 2005-08 Stephanie Randall 2006-07 Charlotte Robbins 1988-89 Julie Schmandt 2003-06 Katie Schurr 2003-07 Sharmin Siddique 1993-94 Molly Skinner 1991-92 Stephanie Sloncen 1989-90 Jennifer Sprague 1988-89 Lisa Stanfield 1984-85 Tami Stephens 1993-94 Hannah Stone 2012 Yael Stuart 1995-98 Edit Suhajda 2008-11 Kristin Tremain 2005-06 Andrea Toohey 1981 Sandra Trefler 1996-99 Marie Tuxhorn 1981 Carey Urwiller 1995-96 Johanna Van Der Merwe 1996 Johanna Vang 2012 Mara Vernon 1990 Stephanie Vallejos 2008 Kim Van Ginkel 2009 Leslie Vial 2007-09 Lindsay Villegas 2004-06 Wendy Wade 1982-85 Malia Wahinepio 2010 Susanna Wallin 1997-01 Nicki Westmoreland 1990 Jean Willmann 2004 Melanie Wilson 1976-79 Shawna Young 2005-06 BOLD indicates current player

NOTE: Letterwinners compiled from results in sports information files. Additions and changes to this are encouraged from valid sources.

Past Letterwinners

Daniel Lundstrom 2000-03

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Kim Bruno 1996-00

Orsi Golovics 2008-11

Edit Suhajda 2008-11

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Susanna Wallin 1997-01


All-Time Series Records Abilene Christian.....................0-2 Air Force............................... 3-3 American...................................1-0 Arizona............................... 1-18 Arizona State...........................1-20 Auburn.......................................0-1 Azusa Pacific University..........1-0 Bakersfield College...................1-0 Ball State....................................0-1 Baylor........................................ 0-1 Boise State..................................8-9 Boston College..........................1-0 Bradley.......................................1-0 Brigham Young.........................0-6 Cal Baptist.................................1-0 Cal Lutheran.............................1-0 Cal Poly......................................4-5 Cal Poly Pomona......................2-0 Cal State Fullerton....................1-1 Cal State Sacramento...............0-1 Central Connecticut State.......1-0 Clemson.....................................0-1 College of Santa Fe...................0-2 Colorado................................... 0-3 Colorado College..................... 1-0 Colorado Mines........................1-0 Connecticut...............................1-0 Creighton...................................1-0 Dartmouth.................................0-1 Denver........................................2-3 Drake..........................................0-1

Akron.........................................0-1 Air Force .............................. 2-3 Alabama ....................................0-1 Arizona............................... 0-27 Arizona State...................... 0-15 Arizona Western.......................2-0 Ball State....................................0-1 Baylor.........................................0-1 Biola............................................1-0 Boise State................................2-15 Cen. Conn. St............................1-0 Cal Poly......................................3-3 Cal Poly Ponoma......................0-1 Cal Lutheran.............................1-0 Cal Riverside.............................1-0 Chattanooga..............................0-1 Claremont..................................1-0 Colorado Women’s College.... 1-0 Colorado............................... 0-4 Colorado College......................1-1 Colorado State...................... 3-3 Cornell.......................................0-1 Creighton...................................1-0 CS Bakersfield...........................1-1 CS Dominguez Hills.................1-0 CS Fullerton..............................6-0 CS Los Angeles.........................1-1 CS Northridge.......................11-11 CS Sacramento..........................3-0

Men’s All-Time Record vs. Opponents

Eastern Michigan.....................1-0 Eastern Washington............. 7-4 Fairleigh Dickinson..................1-0 Fort Lewis..................................4-0 Fresno State...............................0-2 Glendale CC..............................5-1 Golden West CC.......................2-0 Gonzaga.....................................3-2 Grand Canyon........................12-3 Gustavus Adolphus..................5-3 Hampton....................................0-1 Hawaii........................................1-2 Idaho........................................11-5 Idaho State........................ 26-10 Illinois State...............................0-1 Indiana State..............................0-2 Iowa............................................0-2 Iowa State...................................1-2 Jacksonville................................1-0 Kansas........................................0-1 Linfield College.........................1-0 Louisiana-Monroe....................1-0 Loyola Marymount..................5-4 Marquette..................................1-1 Mary (N.D.)...............................1-0 Memphis....................................0-2 Mesa CC..................................14-3 Mesa State..................................5-0 Michigan State..........................0-1 Middle Tennessee State............0-2 Midland College.......................0-3

Minnesota..................................0-1 Missouri-Kansas City...............1-0 Montana.............................. 17-9 Montana State................... 20-14 Montana State-Billings.............2-0 Murray State..............................1-0 Nebraska....................................1-3 Nevada................................ 8-12 New Mexico........................ 0-22 New Mexico Military...............5-1 New Mexico State............... 4-22 North Dakota (1st Mtg)...... N/A North Texas...............................0-1 Northeast Louisiana.................0-2 Northern Colorado............ 10-0 Northern Iowa..........................1-0 Northwestern............................0-1 Odessa JC...................................2-1 Oklahoma..................................0-3 Oklahoma State.........................0-2 Oral Roberts..............................2-0 Oregon.......................................2-4 Pacific.................................... 2-8 Pennsylvania.............................1-1 Pima CC.....................................1-0 Point Loma Nazarene.............. 4-0 Portland.....................................1-2 Portland State....................... 9-0 Providence.................................1-0 Puget Sound..............................1-0 Quinnipiac.................................1-0

Radford......................................0-2 Redlands....................................1-1 Regis...........................................0-1 Rice.............................................0-1 Sacramento State................ 4-20 Saint Mary’s...............................0-1 San Diego...................................1-5 San Diego Mesa........................1-0 San Diego State.........................1-4 San Francisco............................3-3 San Jose State.............................1-0 Santa Clara........................... 1-2 Scottsdale CC..........................17-1 Seattle.........................................1-0 South Alabama.........................0-1 South Dakota State...................1-0 Southern Colorado .................3-0 Southern Utah (1st Mtg).... N/A South Mountain College..........1-0 Southwest Texas........................1-0 St. Cloud State...................... 2-0 St. Mary’s (Calif.)......................3-1 St. Thomas.................................1-0 Temple........................................0-1 Tennessee Tech.........................0-1 Texas A&M................................0-1 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi....0-2 Texas-Arlington.................... 0-4 Texas-Pan American................1-0 Texas-San Antonio...................0-4 Texas Tech.................................0-4

Women���s All-Time Record vs. Opponents

CS San Bernardino...................0-1 Northern Ill. (DeKalb Col.).....2-0 Denver........................................4-3 DePaul........................................0-2 Drake..........................................0-1 East Tennessee State.................1-0 Eastern Illinois..........................1-0 Eastern New Mexico................1-0 Eastern Washington........... 13-1 Fresno State...............................0-1 Fort Lewis..................................5-0 Furman......................................1-1 Gustavus Adolphus..................3-3 Glendale CC............................12-3 Gonzaga.....................................3-1 Grand Canyon......................14-20 Grossmont.................................1-0 Hampton....................................0-1 Hawaii........................................0-3 Houston.....................................0-1 Idaho........................................10-4 Idaho State.......................... 17-5 Ill.-Chicago................................1-0 Iowa............................................0-1 Iowa State...................................1-2 Kansas........................................0-1 Kansas State...............................1-0 Long Beach State......................3-6 Louisville...................................0-1

Loyola Marymount..................1-1 Marquette..................................2-1 Mary (N.D.)...............................1-0 Memphis....................................1-0 Mesa CC..................................17-6 Mesa State..................................3-0 Metro State................................3-0 Midland CC...............................0-1 Montana.............................. 21-3 Montana State................... 17-11 Nebraska....................................1-0 Nevada.....................................2-12 New Mexico........................ 2-16 New Mexico Military...............1-0 New Mexico State............... 9-15 North Dakota (1st Mtg).......N/A Northern Colorado.............. 9-2 Northern Iowa..........................1-0 Odessa JC...................................0-3 Oklahoma..................................0-2 Oklahoma State.........................0-2 Oral Roberts..............................1-0 Oregon.......................................0-3 Pacific.................................... 0-5 Palomar College........................1-1 Pennsylvania.............................0-2 Penn State..................................0-1 Phoenix College........................6-1 Pima CC.....................................9-7

Point Loma................................1-0 Portland.....................................7-0 Portland State..................... 12-0 Redlands....................................1-0 Rhode Island.............................1-0 Riverside College......................1-0 Sacramento State................ 2-20 St. Mary’s...................................0-1 San Diego...................................2-1 San Diego CC............................1-0 San Francisco........................ 1-1 San Jose State.............................1-1 Santa Clara................................2-5 Seattle.........................................2-0 Scottsdale CC............................8-1 Skidmore....................................1-0 South Dakota............................1-0 Southern Colorado...................3-0 Southern Utah (1st Mtg).....N/A St. Cloud State (1st Mtg).....N/A St. Louis.....................................2-0 St. Mary’s...................................4-0 St. Thomas.................................1-0 SW Missouri State....................1-0 Texas A&M-CC........................1-0 Texas Tech.................................1-7 Texas-Pan American............. 2-0 Texas-San Antonio...................1-3 Tulane.........................................0-1

Texas Wesleyan.........................1-0 Tulsa...........................................0-2 UAB............................................0-1 UC Irvine...................................0-3 UC Riverside......................... 5-2 UC San Diego...........................0-2 UC Santa Barbara.....................0-5 UC Santa Cruz..........................0-1 US International.......................1-5 UNLV.................................. 2-22 Utah............................................1-7 Utah State............................. 9-7 UTEP..........................................2-8 Vanguard...................................0-1 Washington...............................1-0 Wayne State...............................1-0 Weber State....................... 25-26 Westminster..............................1-0 West Texas State........................1-2 Western Illinois.........................1-0 Western New Mexico............ 2-1 Wichita State.............................2-2 William Penn............................2-0 Wisconsin-Oshkosh.................2-0 Yale.............................................2-2 Yavapai College.........................1-2 2013 Opponents in Bold

UC Davis............................... 1-1 UC Irvine...................................1-1 UC Riverside.............................2-0 UC San Diego...........................0-1 UC Santa Barbara................. 2-5 UNLV.......................................1-15 US International.......................0-3 Utah............................................0-1 Utah State..................................9-1 UTEP................................ 10-11 Valparaiso (1st Mtg)............N/A Washington...............................0-4 Washington State......................0-6 Weber State....................... 15-22 Western New Mexico...............4-0 Westmont College....................3-2 Whittier College.......................1-0 Wichita State.............................1-1 William Smith...........................1-0 Winona State.............................1-0 Wyoming...................................1-1 Yale.............................................0-1 Yavapai College.........................3-0 2013 Opponents in Bold

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Men’s All-Time Results

1979 (8-13, 0-1 BSC) vs. Arizona L, 8-0 vs. Arizona State L, 7-2 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 8-1 vs. Yavapai College L, 5-4 vs. Grand Canyon W, 7-2 vs. Utah State W, 5-4 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 6-3 vs. New Mexico State L, 6-3 vs. Redlands L, 8-1 vs. UNLV L, 8-1 vs. US International L, 6-3 vs. Mesa State W, 5-4 vs. Weber State L, 8-1 vs. Cal State Fullerton L, 7-2 vs. UNLV L, 8-1 vs. Yavapai College L, 5-4 vs. Idaho State* W, 7-2 vs. Weber State* L, 6-3 vs. Montana State* W, 5-4 vs. Utah State L, 6-3 vs. Westminster W, 7-2

1980 (18-11, 1-3 BSC) vs. UNLV W, 6-3 vs. New Mexico State W, 9-0 vs. Cal State Fullerton W, 6-3 vs. US International L, 5-4 vs. Iowa State L, 5-4 vs. San Diego Mesa W, 9-0 vs. Cal-Lutheran W, 9-0 vs. UNLV L, 6-3 vs. UNLV W, 8-1 vs. Arizona State L, 5-4 vs. Arizona W, 9-0 vs. William Penn W, 9-0 vs. Texas Wesleyan W, 6-3 vs. Hawaii W, 8-1 vs. Grand Canyon W, 7-2 vs. Weber State L, 5-4 vs. Mesa State W, 9-0 vs. Nebraska W, 6-3 vs. Arizona State L, 8-1 vs. Nevada L, 5-4 vs. Weber State L, 7-2 vs. Idaho State W, 8-1 vs. Mesa CC W, 9-0 vs. Grand Canyon W, 9-0 vs. Nevada* L, 7-2 vs. Weber State* L, 7-2 vs. Idaho* L, 6-3 vs. Montana* W, 7-2 vs. Boise State* W, 6-3 Results from 1981 not available

1982 (17-7, 4-1 BSC) Co-Big Sky Champions vs. Arizona State L, 9-0 vs. UNLV L, 6-3 vs. Weber State W, 5-4 vs. US International L, 6-3 vs. UNLV L, 5-4 vs. Bakersfield College W, 9-0 vs. Mesa CC W, 9-0 vs. William Penn W, 9-0 at Grand Canyon W, 7-2 at Arizona State L, 8-1 at Arizona L, 8-1

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vs. So. Colorado W, 9-0 vs. Colorado College W, 9-0 vs. Yavapai College W, 8-1 vs. Mesa CC W, 8-1 vs. Glendale CC W, 9-0 vs. Grand Canyon W, 7-1 vs. Idaho W, 7-2 vs. Idaho State W, 9-0 vs. Montana State W, 9-0 vs. Montana W, 9-0 vs. Nevada L, 6-3 at Boise State* W, 5-4 vs. Weber State* W, 5-4

1983 (9-13, 4-2 BSC) at Arizona State L, 8-1 at Arizona L, 9-0 vs. Lo. Marymount W, 7-2 vs. Utah State L, 7-2 vs. UNLV L, 6-0 vs. Mesa CC L, 5-4 vs. Mesa State W, 7-2 vs. Wisc.-Oshkosh W, 6-3 vs. N.M. Military L, 6-3 vs. Grand Canyon L, 6-3 vs. UNLV L, 9-0 vs. Weber State L, 9-0 vs. M. Tenn. State L, 8-1 vs. So. Colorado W, 9-0 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 9-0 vs. Mesa CC L, 5-2 vs. Idaho* W, 6-3 vs. Montana State* W, 5-4 vs. Montana* W, 7-2 vs. Boise State* W, 5-4 vs. Nevada* L, 6-3 at Weber State* L, 8-1

1984 (11-12, 3-3 BSC) at Arizona L, 8-1 at Arizona State L, 8-1 vs. US International W, 5-4 at UNLV L, 8-1 vs. Weber State L, 5-4 vs. Utah State L, 8-1 vs. Mesa State W, 9-0 vs. Weber State L, 6-3 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 9-0 vs. Gust. Adolphus L, 6-3 vs. Mesa CC W, 8-1 vs. Mesa CC W, 6-3 vs. Grand Canyon W, 6-3 vs. Weber State L, 6-3 at New Mexico L, 8-1 vs. New Mexico State W, 6-3 vs. Idaho State* W, 9-0 vs. Nevada* L, 6-3 vs. Idaho* L, 5-4 vs. Weber State* L, 7-2 vs. Boise State* W, 5-4 vs. Montana State* W, 9-0 vs. Montana* W, 9-0

1985 (10-10, 1-6 BSC) vs. UNLV L, 6-3 vs. Lo. Marymount W, 6-3 vs. Weber State L, 5-4 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 7-0 vs. Mesa CC L, 5-4 vs. Grand Canyon W, 6-3

at Arizona State vs. Regis College vs. Fort Lewis vs. Mesa CC vs. Gust. Adolphus vs. Scottsdale CC vs. Grand Canyon vs. Boise State vs. Idaho State* vs. Montana State* vs. Weber State* vs. Nevada* vs. Idaho State* vs. Montana State*

L, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 5-4 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 L, 7-2 L, 5-4 L, 5-4 L, 5-4 L, 6-3 L, 7-2 W, 7-2

1986 (7-7, 6-1 BSC) vs. Hawaii L, 7-2 vs. Grand Canyon W, 6-3 vs. Montana State W, 8-1 vs. Arizona L, 8-1 vs. Fort Lewis W, 9-0 vs. Mesa CC W, 9-0 vs. Wis.-Oshkosh W, 9-0 vs. Idaho State W, 7-2 vs. New Mexico L, 5-4 vs. Wichita State L, 8-1 vs. West Texas State L, 6-3 vs. New Mexico State L, 5-4 vs. Boise State* W, 6-3 vs. Montana* W, 8-1 vs. Weber State* L, 6-3 vs. Idaho* W, 9-0 vs. Nevada* W, 7-2 vs. Montana State* W, 7-2

1987 (7-7, 0-0 BSC) vs. Grand Canyon L, 5-4 vs. Fort Lewis W, 9-0 vs. Glendale CC W, 7-2 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 8-1 vs. Mesa CC W, 8-1 vs. San Diego L, 7-0 vs. Colorado Mines W, 8-1 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 5-4 vs. Gust. Adolphus L, 8-1 vs. Arizona L, 9-0 vs. Pima CC W, 7-1 vs. New Mexico L, 9-0 vs. West Texas State L, 6-3 vs. Glendale CC L, 5-4

1988 (15-17, 3-1 BSC) vs. Arizona State W, 9-0 vs. Odessa JC W, 6-3 vs. New Mexico State L, 5-4 vs. Midland L, 8-1 vs. UTEP L, 6-3 vs. Grand Canyon W, 9-0 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 7-2 vs. Mesa CC W, 6-3 vs. Fort Lewis W, 9-0 vs. Grand Canyon W, 9-0 vs. St. Cloud State W, 8-1 vs. Mesa CC W, 9-0 vs. Brigham Young L, 8-1 vs. UNLV L, 8-1 vs. Colorado L, 5-1 vs. UC San Diego L, 8-1 vs. Washington W, 6-3 vs. Idaho State W, 8-1

vs. US International L, 9-0 vs. Nebraska L, 9-0 vs. Iowa L, 8-1 vs. Baylor L, 6-0 vs. So. Colorado W, 8-1 at Scottsdale CC L, 6-3 at Arizona L, 8-1 vs. Mesa CC W, 9-0 vs. New Mexico State L, 9-0 at New Mexico L, 5-1 vs. UTEP L, 5-1 vs. Nevada* W, 5-4 vs. Idaho State* W, 5-4 vs. Weber State* L, 8-1 1989 (10-14, 1-5 BSC) vs. Utah State L, 6-3 vs. Weber State L, 7-2 vs. Montana State W, 6-3 vs. UC Santa Barbara L, 8-1 at Mesa CC W, 7-2 at Scottsdale CC W, 5-4 vs. Mesa CC W, 9-0 vs. St. Cloud State W, 8-1 at UNLV L, 9-0 vs. Golden West CC W, 8-1 vs. Marquette W, 9-0 vs. Mary (N.D.) W, 9-0 vs. Gust. Adolphus L, 7-2 vs. St. Thomas W, 8-1 vs. UTEP L, 6-3 vs. New Mexico State L, 5-4 vs. N.M. Military W, 6-3 vs. Odessa College L, 6-3 vs. New Mexico L, 7-2 vs. UTEP L, 6-3 vs. Boise State L, 5-4 vs. Weber State L, 7-2 vs. Idaho State L, 6-3 vs. Nevada L, 7-2 1990 (17-19, 4-2 BSC) at Arizona State L, 9-0 at Scottsdale CC W, 9-0 at Mesa CC W, 9-0 vs. Oklahoma L, 6-1 vs. Oregon W, 5-2 vs. North Texas L, 5-4 vs. Utah State W, 4-3 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 9-0 vs. S. Mountain Coll. W, 9-0 at New Mexico L, 7-2 vs. West Texas W, 7-2 vs. Texas Tech L, 6-0 at US International L, 6-3 vs. Temple L, 7-2 at Redlands W, 6-3 at Golden West CC W, 7-2 at Point Loma W, 7-2 at San Diego L, 9-0 vs. Dartmouth L, 6-0 vs. Pacific L, 5-1 vs. Odessa College L, 6-3 vs. Midland College L, 6-3 at New Mexico State L, 5-1 vs. UTEP L, 5-1 vs. N.M. Military W, 5-4 vs. Idaho State L, 5-4 vs. Utah State W, 4-1 vs. Boise State W, 3-1

at Weber State vs. Idaho State vs. Nevada vs. Montana State* at Idaho* vs. Weber State* vs. Boise State* vs. Idaho State*

L, 6-3 W, 7-2 W, 5-4 L, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 L, 5-4 L, 5-4

1991 (7-16, 1-5 BSC) at Arizona State L, 9-0 vs. Oregon W, 5-2 at UNLV L, 5-1 vs. Weber State L, 5-3 vs. Tulsa L, 5-3 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 9-0 vs. Point Loma W, 8-1 vs. Iowa State L, 7-2 vs. Pacific L, 7-2 vs. Puget Sound W, 5-0 vs. Gust. Adolphus W, 6-1 at UTEP L, 7-2 vs. Midland College L, 9-0 vs. Texas-San Antonio L, 5-2 vs. N.M. Military W, 6-0 at Brigham Young L, 5-2 vs. UNLV L, 6-1 at New Mexico L, 6-0 at Boise State* W, 5-4 vs. Nevada* L, 7-2 vs. Weber State* L, 6-3 vs. Nevada* L, 5-4 vs. Idaho* L, 6-3

1992 (9-7, 3-2 BSC) at Arizona L, 5-1 vs. Colorado L, 5-3 vs. New Mexico State L, 5-3 vs. Wichita State W, 7-2 vs. Iowa State W, 5-4 vs. Pacific W, 5-4 at San Diego State L, 7-2 vs. Weber State W, 6-2 vs. UTEP W, 6-3 at New Mexico L, 6-3 vs. Cal Baptist W, 6-1 vs. Weber State* L, 5-4 vs. Montana* W, 6-0 vs. Boise State* W, 5-2 vs. Nevada* W, 5-2 vs. Weber State* L, 5-4

1993 (9-12, 3-1 BSC) vs. Brigham Young L, 5-2 vs. San Diego State L, 6-1 vs. Fresno State L, 4-2 vs. Weber State W, 5-4 vs. Eastern Michigan W, 6-1 vs. Fresno State L, 4-2 vs. Texas Tech L, 5-1 vs. New Mexico L, 5-1 vs. Kansas L, 4-3 at UNLV L, 2-1 vs. UTEP W, 5-2 at Utah L, 6-1 at Brigham Young L, 7-0 vs. Gust. Adolphus W, 5-4 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 6-1 vs. Idaho W, 6-1 vs. Idaho State W, 4-3

vs. Boise State vs. Idaho* vs. Idaho State* vs. Boise State*

1994 (9-10, 3-0 BSC) vs. Point Loma W, 9-0 vs. New Mexico L, 7-0 vs. San Diego L, 7-0 vs. Wichita State L, 4-3 vs. Pennsylvania W, 4-3 vs. Yale L, 4-3 vs. Montana State W, 5-2 vs. Lo. Marymount W, 7-0 vs. Cal Poly L, 5-2 vs. Gust. Adolphus W, 7-0 at UTEP L, 5-2 at New Mexico State L, 4-3 vs. Weber State W, 4-3 at New Mexico L, 6-1 vs. Idaho State W, 5-2 at UNLV L, 5-2 vs. Montana* W, 7-0 vs. Montana State* W, 4-3 vs. Boise State* L, 7-0

1995 (12-10, 3-1 BSC) at Arizona State L, 5-2 at Santa Clara W, 6-1 at San Jose State W, 7-0 at St. Mary’s (Calif.) W, 3-0 at Boise State L, 7-0 vs. UC Santa Barbara L, 6-1 vs. Oklahoma State L, 5-2 vs. Pacific L, 4-3 vs. Wichita State W, 7-0 vs. Oklahoma L, 4-3 vs. Yale W, 5-2 vs. Colorado L, 6-0 vs. Pacific L, 5-2 vs. Oklahoma State L, 4-2 vs. Montana State W, 4-3 vs. Cal Poly W, 7-0 vs. Nevada W, 4-1 vs. Utah State W, 3-2 vs. Weber State W, 4-3 vs. Montana* W, 5-2 vs. Montana State* L, 4-3 vs. Weber State* W, 4-3

1996 (12-10, 2-0 BSC) vs. Montana W, 6-1 vs. Utah State W, 7-0 vs. South Alabama L, 5-2 vs. Point Loma W, 9-0 vs. Air Force W, 4-3 vs. San Diego State L, 6-1 vs. New Mexico State L, 4-3 vs. UTEP L, 5-2 vs. N. M. Military W, 7-0 vs. Arizona State L, 7-0 vs. San Diego L, 5-2 vs. Yale W, 4-2 vs. Pennsylvania L, 4-3 vs. No. Colorado W, 7-0 vs. Gust. Adolphus W, 6-1 vs. UC Santa Barbara L, 4-3 vs. San Diego State W, 6-1 vs. M. Tenn. State L, 5-2 vs. Cal Poly W, 5-2

THIS IS LUMBERJACK COUNTRY

L, 5-1 W, 6-1 W, 4-3 L, 5-1


Men’s All-Time Results

vs. Idaho State* vs. Idaho* vs. Boise State*

W, 6-1 W, 6-0 L, 5-2

1997 (9-11, 3-1 BSC) Big Sky Champions vs. Arizona State L, 6-1 vs. Utah L, 7-0 vs. Tulsa L, 7-0 vs. NE Louisiana L, 4-2 vs. Weber State W, 4-1 vs. Utah State W, 7-0 vs. New Mexico State L, 5-2 vs. Southwest Texas W, 4-2 vs. Murray State W, 6-1 vs. Boise State L, 7-0 vs. Drake L, 4-3 vs. Indiana State L, 5-2 vs. Connecticut W, 6-1 vs. Nebraska L, 6-1 vs. Santa Clara L, 5-2 vs. Idaho State W, 4-3 vs. Weber State L, 4-3 vs. Sacramento State W, 5-2 vs. Montana* W, 4-0 vs. Idaho State* W, 4-2

1998 (10-13, 2-5 BSC) vs. Utah L, 6-1 vs. Montana State L, 5-2 vs. Montana L, 5-2 vs. New Mexico State L, 7-0 vs. Nevada L, 4-3 vs. Indiana State L, 7-0 vs. Nebraska L, 7-0 vs. Glendale W, 7-0 vs. Weber State W, 4-3 vs. Santa Clara L, 6-1 vs. Gonzaga W, 5-2 vs. San Francisco W, 7-0 vs. C. Conn. State W, 7-0 vs. NE Louisiana L, 5-0 vs. Sacramento State L, 3-0 vs. Denver W, 4-0 vs. Portland W, 3-0 vs. Oral Roberts W, 6-1 vs. Cal Poly Pomona W, 6-1 vs. Arizona State L, 7-0 vs. Weber State W, 5-2 vs. Sacramento State L, 4-3 vs. Idaho State* L, 4-3

1999 (14-11, 5-1 BSC) at Cal Poly Pomona W, 5-2 vs. Fair. Dickinson W, 4-1 at UC Irvine L, 6-0 vs. Gonzaga L, 4-3 vs. Michigan State L, 4-3 vs. Nevada L, 4-3 vs. Weber State W, 5-1 vs. San Francisco W, 7-0 vs. New Mexico State L, 7-0 vs. Weber State W, 6-1 vs. Quinnipiac W, 7-0 at Glendale CC W, 7-0 vs. Illinois State L, 5-2 vs. Radford L, 4-2 vs. UMKC W, 6-1 vs. Montana State W, 6-1 vs. MSU-Billings W, 7-0

vs. UAB L, 6-0 vs. Idaho State W, 4-2 vs. Denver W, 4-0 vs. Sacramento State L, 4-2 at Weber State W, Forfeit vs. CS Sacramento L, 4-1 vs. Montana State* W, 4-0 vs. Idaho State* L, 4-1

2000 (16-8, 4-2 BSC) vs. UC Riverside W, 7-0 vs. Lo. Marymount W, 4-2 vs. Hawaii L, 5-1 at UC Irvine L, 5-2 vs. Nevada W, 7-0 at UNLV L, 6-1 vs. Cal Poly W, 4-3 vs. Rice L, 6-1 at Glendale CC W, 7-0 vs. Oral Roberts W, 7-0 vs. Weber State W, 7-0 vs. San Francisco W, 7-0 vs. Creighton W, 7-0 vs. Providence W, 7-0 vs. American W, 7-0 vs. Idaho W, 4-3 vs. Texas A&M-CC L, 4-1 vs. Louisiana-Monroe W, 4-3 vs. Sacramento State L, 5-2 vs. Weber State W, 4-1 vs. Sacramento State L, 4-3 vs. Portland State W, 6-0 at Idaho State* W, 4-2 vs. Montana State* L, 4-3

2001 (10-15, 4-2 BSC) at New Mexico L, 6-1 at #51 Arizona L, 5-2 vs. N.M. Military W, 7-0 at #54 N.M. State L, 4-0 vs. #75 Tenn. Tech L, 4-1 vs. Montana State W, 4-1 vs. Nevada W, 7-0 at UNLV L, 7-0 vs. UT Arlington L, 5-1 at #24 Arizona State L, 7-0 vs. Lo. Marymount L, 4-2 at Sacramento State L, 5-2 vs. Northern Iowa W, 4-3 vs. Yale L, 5-1 at Cal Poly L, 5-2 vs. Idaho State W, 4-3 vs. Memphis L, 6-1 vs. Jacksonville W, 4-3 vs. Denver L, 4-3 vs. Weber State W, 7-0 vs. Sacramento State L, 5-2 at Portland State W, 6-1 vs. Montana* W, 4-0 vs. Idaho State* W, 4-1 at #70 Sac. State* L, 5-1

2002 (12-11, 5-1 BSC) at #62 New Mexico L, 7-0 at Oregon L, 6-1 vs. #19 Linfield Coll. W, 7-0 vs. Idaho W, 4-3 at Portland State W, 7-0 vs. #75 Utah L, 5-2 at #65 Arizona L, 7-0

vs. UC Santa Barbara L, 7-0 vs. New Mexico State L, 6-1 vs. #57 Texas Tech L, 5-2 at #37 Arizona State L, 6-1 vs. Boston College W, 4-3 at Lo. Marymount L, 5-2 vs. Montana State W, 4-3 at UC Riverside W, 5-2 vs. Idaho State W, 5-2 vs. Mesa State W, 7-0 vs. Cal Poly W, 4-3 vs. Sacramento State L, 5-2 at Weber State W, 5-2 vs. Portland State W, 4-0 vs. Montana* W, 4-0 at Montana State* L, 4-0

2003 (9-17, 4-0 BSC) vs. San Francisco L, 7-0 at #59 New Mexico L, 6-1 at Azusa Pacific W, 5-2 vs. Lo. Marymount L, 6-1 at #48 San Diego L, 7-0 vs. #65 BYU L, 7-0 vs. UC Santa Barbara L, 7-0 vs. Utah W, 4-3 at New Mexico State L, 5-2 vs. Montana State W, 4-3 vs. Hampton L, 5-2 at St. Mary’s W, 4-3 at Cal Poly L, 6-1 at Sacramento State W, 4-3 at Pacific L, 7-0 at #54 Texas Tech L, 7-0 at Texas A&M-CC L, 6-1 at #11 Texas A&M L, 6-0 at UT San Antonio L, 5-2 at #52 Arizona L, 6-1 at Utah State W 5-2 vs. E. Washington W, 7-0 at Idaho State W, 4-3 at #28 Arizona State L, 7-0 vs. E. Washington* W, 4-0 vs. Sacramento State* L, 4-2

2004 (10-14, 5-2 BSC) at Arizona L, 7-0 at New Mexico L, 7-0 vs. New Mexico State W, 5-2 vs. Sacramento State W, 5-2 at UC Riverside W, 6-1 at UC Irvine L, 6-1 at Loyola Marymont L, 4-3 vs. Gonzaga W, 7-0 vs. E. Washington W, 6-1 at Portland L, 4-3 vs. No. Colorado W, 6-1 vs. Clemson L, 6-1 vs. Montana State L, 6-1 vs. Wayne State W, 5-2 at Idaho State L, 5-2 at Utah L, 7-0 at Weber State W, 4-3 at Air Force L, 5-2 vs. Montana W, 4-3 at Denver L, 7-0 at Cal Poly L, 5-2 vs. UC Santa Cruz L, 6-1 vs. Montana* W, 4-0 vs. Montana State* L, 4-0

2005 (9-12, 5-1 BSC) at Arizona L, 5-2 at UC Riverside L, 4-3 at San Diego State L, 7-0 at UNLV L, 7-0 vs. Weber State W, 7-0 vs. Lo. Marymount W, 4-3 at Arizona State L, 6-1 at New Mexico State W, 4-3 vs. Nevada W, 4-3 vs. College of SF L, 5-0 vs. Memphis L, 5-2 vs. Idaho State W, 5-2 vs. Marquette L, 4-1 vs. College of SF L, 6-0 vs. Mont. St.-Billings W, 7-0 vs. Bradley W, 5-2 vs. E. Washington W, 7-0 at Saint Mary’s L, 6-1 at Montana W, 7-0 at Montana State L, 6-1 vs. Sacramento State* L, 4-3 2006 (5-15, 1-5 BSC) at Utah State L, 4-3 at Idaho State L, 5-2 at Weber State W, 4-3 vs. #53 ARIZ. STATE L, 7-0 vs. New Mexico State L, 4-3 vs. Montana State L, 6-1 vs. Pacific L, 6-1 at Air Force L, 5-2 vs. No. Colorado W, 6-1 vs. South Dakota St. W, 7-0 vs. Sacramento State L, 4-3 vs. #28 AUBURN L, 7-0 at New Mexico L, 7-0 vs. Idaho W, 4-2 vs. Gonzaga L, 4-3 vs. E. Washington L, 5-2 vs. MONTANA L, 4-3 vs. CAL POLY L, 7-0 at San Diego W, 5-4 vs. Montana* L, 4-0

2007 (8-14, 4-3 BSC) at #48 Arizona L, 6-1 vs. St. Mary’s L, 4-0 vs. #57 Arizona State L, 6-1 at BYU L, 7-0 vs. San Francisco L, 6-1 at New Mexico State L, 6-1 vs. UTSA L, 6-1 vs. N. Colorado W, 6-1 vs. Idaho W, 6-1 vs. WEBER STATE W, 6-1 vs. IDAHO STATE W, 7-0 vs. Radford L, 4-0 vs. #18 Minnesota L, 6-1 at New Mexico L, 6-1 vs. N. Colorado W, 7-0 at Pacific W, 5-2 at Sacramento State L, 5-2 vs. E. WASHINGTON L, 4-3 at Montana L, 5-2 at Montana State W, 4-3 vs. Montana State* W, 4-2 vs. Sacramento State* L, 4-0 2008 (7-15, 4-4 BSC)

at Arizona L, 7-0 vs. Pacific L, 7-0 vs. San Francisco L, 7-0 vs. Utah State W, 4-3 at New Mexico State L, 7-0 vs. Idaho L, 5-2 vs. Oregon L, 7-0 vs. #65 Denver L, 7-0 vs. #49 New Mexico L, 7-0 at UC Riverside L, 5-2 vs. UC San Diego L, 8-1 at Idaho State W, 6-1 at Weber State L, 4-3 vs. SAC. STATE L, 6-1 vs. WESTERN N.M. W, 6-1 at No. Colorado W, 7-0 at Air Force W, 6-1 vs. MONT. STATE L, 6-1 vs. MONTANA W, 4-3 at E. Washington L, 7-0 at Potland State W, 6-1 vs. Montana State* L, 4-0

2009 (7-18, 5-3 BSC) at Oregon L, 7-0 at Portland L, 5-2 at #50 Arizona L, 5-1 vs. Nevada L, 4-3 at New Mexico State L, 7-0 vs. Abilene Christian L, 5-2 vs. Western N.M. W, 6-0 at #67 Utah L, 7-0 at Utah State L, 5-2 at #75 UNLV L, 7-0 vs. Oklahoma L, 6-1 vs. NO. COLORADO W, 7-0 at Scottsdale CC W, 7-0 vs. #52 Iowa L, 6-1 at Sacramento State L, 6-1 vs. Texas-Arlington L, 5-2 at #32 New Mexico L, 7-0 vs. PORT. STATE W, 7-0 vs. IDAHO STATE W, 7-0 vs. #51 Northwestern L, 5-2 vs. WEBER STATE W, 5-2 vs. E. WASHINGTON W, 4-3 at Montana L, 5-2 at Montana State L, 6-1 vs. Montana* L, 4-2

2010 (13-9, 6-2 BSC) vs. SAC. STATE W, 6-1 vs. MONT. STATE W, 7-0 at. #75 UNLV L, 6-1 vs. Utah State L, 5-2 vs. St. Mary’s W, 4-3 at Air Force W, 5-2 at No. Colorado W, 7-0 vs. GRAND CAN. W, 7-0 vs. Texas-Pan Am. W, 4-3 vs. Texas-Arlington L, 5-2 at #59 N.M. State L, 7-0 vs. SCOTTSDALE CC W, 7-0 vs. MONTANA L, 4-3 at New Mexico L, 7-0 vs. #70 Oregon L, 5-2 at Weber State L, 4-3 at Idaho State W, 5-2 at Gonzaga W, 7-0 at E. Washington W, 4-3

at Portland State W, 5-2 vs. Weber State* W, 4-1 vs. Sacramento State* L, 4-0

2011 (9-12, 6-2 BSC) at Scottsdale CC W, 5-2 vs. UC Riverside W, 4-3 at #66 UNLV L, 6-1 at Grand Canyon L, 3-4 vs. Pacific L, 6-1 at #42 Arizona L, 7-0 at #58 N.M. State L, 6-1 vs. Western N.M. L, 4-3 vs. Texas-San Antonio L, 7-0 at #60 New Mexico L, 7-0 vs. Abilene Christian L, 6-1 vs. PORT. STATE W, 7-0 vs. IDAHO STATE W, 7-0 at Sacramento State L, 6-1 vs. N. COLORADO W, 7-0 vs. E. WASHINGTON W, 6-1 vs. WEBER STATE W, 4-3 at Montana L, 4-3 at Montana State W, 4-3 vs. Montana* W, 4-3 vs. Sacramento State* L, 4-1

2012 (6-16, 2-6 BSC) at #55 Arizona L, 7-0 vs. Vanguard L, 6-1 at UC Riverside W, 5-2 at No. Colorado W, 5-2 at Air Force L, 6-1 at Utah L, 6-1 at Weber State L, 6-1 at Idaho State L, 6-1 vs. #73 Ball State L, 5-2 vs. Utah State W, 5-2 at UNLV L, 6-1 vs. WESTERN ILL. W, 7-0 vs. SAC. STATE L, 4-2 vs MONT. STATE L, 4-3 vs. MONTANA L, 6-1 at #50 New Mexico L, 6-1 at New Mexico State L, 5-2 vs. Texas-Arlington L, 6-1 at Idaho L, 7-0 at E. Washington L, 5-2 at Portland State W, 6-1 at Seattle W, 6-1

* Big Sky Championships $ NCAA Championships

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Women’s All-Time Results 1975 (2-1, 0-0 BSC) vs. Glendale CC L, 8-1 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 5-4 vs. UNLV W, 5-4

1976 (7-3, 0-0 BSC) vs. UNLV L, 7-2 at Glendale CC L, 7-2 at Mesa CC L, 6-3 at Pima CC W, 7-2 at Grand Canyon W, N-A vs. Fort Lewis W, 9-0 vs. Glendale CC W, 7-2 vs. Glendale CC W, 6-3 at Phoenix College W, N-A vs. Grand Canyon W, 8-1

1977 (4-4, 0-0 BSC) at Grand Canyon W, 5-2 vs. Pima CC L, 6-3 at Arizona L, 9-0 at Pima CC L, 6-3 at Scottsdale CC L, 7-2 vs. Yavapai College W, 8-1 vs. Grand Canyon W, 6-1 at Yavapai College W, 9-0

1978 (6-2, 0-0 BSC) vs. Mesa CC W, 7-2 vs. Phoenix College W, 9-0 vs. Arizona L, 9-0 vs. Pima College W, 8-1 vs. Grand Canyon W, 5-4 vs. Phoenix College W, 8-1 vs. Mesa CC W, 7-2 vs. Pima College L, 8-1

1979 (11-4, 1-0 BSC) at Pima CC W, 7-2 at Arizona L, 8-1 at CS Northridge L, 9-0 at CS Los Angeles W, 7-2 vs. Mesa CC W, 9-0 vs. Grand Canyon W, 5-4 at UNLV L, 9-0 vs. Westmont W, 7-2 vs. Weber State W, 9-0 at US International L, 7-2 at Mesa CC W, 6-3 vs. Pima CC W, 6-3 at Yavapai College W, 8-1 vs. Grand Canyon W, 7-2 vs. Phoenix College W, 9-0

1980 (6-6, 0-0 BSC) vs. Mesa CC W, 7-2 vs. Grand Canyon W, 5-4 vs. Grand Canyon W, 6-3 vs. Mesa CC L, 8-1 vs. Grand Canyon W, 5-4 vs. Arizona Western W, 8-1 vs. Hawaii L, 8-1 vs. Pima College L, 5-4 vs. Arizona L, 9-0 vs. Nebraska L, 8-1 vs. Pima College W, 7-2 vs. Grand Canyon L, 5-4

1981 (7-12, 0-1 BSC) vs. Mesa State W, 8-1

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vs. Fort Lewis W, 9-0 vs. Mesa CC W, 6-3 vs. Glendale CC L, 8-1 vs. Nevada L, 5-4 vs. UNLV L, 8-1 vs. Iowa State L, 9-0 vs. Glendale CC W, 9-0 vs. Pima CC W, 9-0 vs. Arizona L, 9-0 vs. Hawaii L, 9-0 vs. Colo. Women’s Co. W, 8-1 vs. Denver L, 9-0 vs. Colorado College W, 5-4 vs. Midland (TX) CC L, 9-0 vs. New Mexico L, 6-3 vs. New Mexico State L, 9-0 vs. Mesa CC L, 5-4 vs. Grand Canyon L, 7-2

1982 (6-8, 0-0 BSC) at Grand Canyon L, 9-0 at Glendale CC W, 9-0 at Mesa CC W, 9-0 at Pima College W, 7-2 at Arizona L, 9-0 vs. Phoenix College W, 9-0 at New Mexico L, 9-0 vs. So. Colorado W, 8-1 vs. Colorado State L, 5-4 at Air Force L, 7-2 vs. Metro State W, 9-0 vs. No. Colorado L, 9-0 vs. Colorado College L, 7-2 vs. Grand Canyon L, 9-0

1983 (10-7, 0-0 BSC) at Mesa CC W, 6-3 at New Mexico State L, 7-2 at Western N.M. W, 7-2 at Western N.M. W, 6-3 at Cal Poly-Pomona L, 5-4 at CS Los Angeles L, 6-3 at CS Dom. Hills W, 7-2 at Whittier College W, 8-1 at Redlands W, 8-1 at San Diego L, 9-0 at Arizona L, 9-0 at Pima College W, 6-3 vs. Skidmore W, 5-4 at Glendale CC W, 9-0 at Grand Canyon L, 7-2 at Phoenix College W, 7-1 vs. Phoenix College L, 6-3

1984 (6-10, 0-0 BSC) vs. Arizona L, 9-0 vs. Pima College W, 9-0 vs. Grand Canyon L, 6-3 vs. Westmont L, 9-0 vs. US International L, 8-1 vs. N.M. Military W, 6-3 vs. Texas Tech L, 9-0 vs. New Mexico L, 9-0 vs. UC San Diego L, 9-0 vs. US International L, 9-0 vs. S.D. City Coll. W, 8-1 vs. Winona State W, 8-1 vs. Glendale CC W, 6-3 vs. Arizona State L, 9-0 vs. Grand Canyon L, 9-0

vs. Glendale CC W, 7-2 1985 (12-4, 1-0 BSC) vs. Montana W, 7-2 vs. Arizona L, 8-1 vs. Arizona State L, 9-0 vs. Glendale CC W, 9-0 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 9-0 vs. Grand Canyon L, 7-2 vs. Biola W, 9-0 vs. Fort Lewis W, 8-1 vs. So. Colorado W, 8-1 vs. Glendale CC W, 6-3 vs. Mesa CC W, 7-2 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 8-1 vs. New Mexico State W, 8-1 vs. New Mexico L, 6-0 vs. Colorado State W, 8-1 vs. Grand Canyon W, 6-3

1986 (7-11, 0-1 BSC) vs. Cal-Lutheran W, 8-1 at UNLV L, 5-4 vs. Riverside College W, 5-4 vs. Hawaii L, 9-0 at Grand Canyon L, 8-1 vs. Montana State L, 6-3 at Mesa CC W, 6-3 at Arizona L, 9-0 at Scottsdale CC W, 9-0 vs. Fort Lewis W, 9-0 vs. Texas Tech L, 9-0 vs. Arizona Western W, 7-2 at Glendale CC W, 9-0 at Arizona State L, 9-0 vs. Mesa CC L, 6-3 at New Mexico L, 8-1 vs. UTEP L, 5-4 vs. Grand Canyon L, 7-2

1987 (7-10, 0-1 BSC) vs. UNLV L, 9-0 vs. Weber State L, 9-0 vs. CS Northridge L, 9-0 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 7-2 vs. Arizona State L, 9-0 vs. Grand Canyon L, 8-1 vs. Westmont L, 8-1 vs. Mesa CC W, 6-3 vs. Glendale CC W, 9-0 vs. Mesa State W, 9-0 vs. Scottsdale W, 9-0 vs. Gust. Adolphus L, 7-2 vs. Pima College L, 6-3 vs. Arizona L, 9-0 vs. Mesa CC W, 7-2 vs. Cal-Riverside W, 6-3 vs. Grand Canyon L, 7-2

1988 (4-14, 1-5 BSC) vs. E. Washington L, 6-3 vs. Pima CC L, 5-1 vs. Mesa CC L, 8-1 vs. Palomar College L, 7-2 vs. Arizona State L, 9-0 vs. Washington L, 9-0 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 6-0 vs. Fort Lewis W, 5-1 vs. Boise State L, 6-3 vs. Pima College L, 5-4

vs. Arizona vs. Washington State vs. E. Washington vs. Idaho vs. Nevada vs. Oregon vs. So. Colorado vs. Montana

L, 9-0 L, 8-1 W, 7-2 L, 6-3 L, 8-1 L, 9-0 W, 8-1 L, 6-3

1989 (12-17, 2-5 BSC) vs. New Mexico State L, 7-2 vs. Grand Canyon L, 7-2 vs. Utah State W, 7-2 vs. Weber State L, 8-1 vs. Montana State L, 5-4 vs. New Mexico State L, 5-4 vs. UTEP L, 3-6 vs. E. Washington W, 9-0 vs. Grossmont W, 5-4 vs. Arizona L, 8-1 vs. Mesa CC W, 7-2 vs. Scottsdale CC W, 9-0 vs. Baylor L, 5-4 vs. Weber State L, 8-1 vs. UNLV L, 7-2 vs. Colorado L, 9-0 vs. UTEP W, 5-4 vs. No. Colorado W, 7-2 vs. Mary (N.D.) W, 9-0 vs. St. Thomas W, 9-0 vs. Mesa CC W, 9-0 vs. Idaho State W, 8-1 vs. Weber State L, 9-0 vs. Nevada L, 5-4 vs. Idaho * W, 5-4 vs. Nevada* L, 7-2 vs. Weber State* L, 9-0 vs. Boise State* L, 5-4 vs. Montana State* L, 5-4

1990 (12-17, 1-5 BSC) vs. New Mexico State W, 5-4 at Arizona State L, 9-0 at Grand Canyon L, 9-0 vs. E. Washington W, 9-0 at Arizona L, 9-0 at Glendale CC W, 9-0 vs. Odessa JC L, 7-2 vs. Palomar JC W, 8-1 vs. Mesa CC W, 5-4 vs. UTEP L, 5-4 at UNLV L, 9-0 vs. Wichita State L, 5-4 vs. Colorado L, 9-0 vs. Yale L, 9-0 vs. Utah State W, 5-4 vs. Alabama L, 9-0 at Mesa CC W, 6-3 vs. Westmont W, 6-3 at Weber State L, 9-0 vs. Idaho State L, 8-1 vs. Utah State W, 7-2 vs. Odessa JC L, 7-2 at New Mexico State W, 5-2 vs. UTEP W, 5-1 at UTEP W, 5-3 vs. Weber State L, 7-2 at Idaho State L, 7-2 vs. Nevada* L, 5-4 vs. Boise State* L, 6-3

1991 (10-18, 2-8 BSC) at Arizona L, 9-0 vs. New Mexico State W, 5-4 at Arizona State L, 9-0 vs. Iowa L, 6-3 vs. E. Washington W, 8-1 vs. UTEP W, 7-2 vs. Nevada L, 6-3 vs. Grand Canyon L, 5-4 vs. CS Bakersfield L, 5-4 at Mesa CC L, 5-4 vs. Odessa JC L, 5-4 vs. Point Loma W, 6-3 vs. Pennsylvania L, 7-2 vs. Iowa State W, 9-0 vs. Kansas State W, 5-4 at Weber State L, 5-2 vs. Idaho State L, 5-4 vs. Montana State L, 6-3 at Boise State W, 5-4 vs. Nevada L, 7-2 vs. Weber State L, 6-3 vs. Nevada L, 5-4 vs. Idaho L, 6-3 vs. Weber State* L, 5-4 vs. Montana* W, 6-0 vs. Boise State* W, 5-2 vs. Nevada* W, 5-2 vs. Weber State* L, 5-4

1992 (5-13, 2-0 BSC) vs. E. Washington W, 9-0 vs. CS Northridge W, 5-4 vs. Long Beach State L, 7-2 at UNLV L, 9-0 at UTEP W, 6-3 at New Mexico State L, 6-3 vs. UT-San Antonio L, 5-4 at Grand Canyon L, 8-1 vs. Iowa State L, 6-3 vs. Penn L, 7-2 vs. Weber State W, 5-4 at Arizona L, 9-0 vs. Marquette L, 7-2 vs. Montana* W, 6-0 vs. Idaho State* L, 5-1 vs. Idaho State* L, 5-4 vs. Boise State* L, 5-4 vs. Montana State* L, 5-3

1993 (4-14, 2-2 BSC) vs. Washington State L, 8-1 at Utah L, 8-1 at Mesa CC W, 9-0 at Arizona L, 9-0 vs. Idaho State W, 5-4 vs. Texas Tech L, 9-0 vs. UNLV L, 7-2 vs. N. Colorado L, 5-4 vs. Cal Poly L, 7-0 vs. New Mexico State L, 9-0 vs. Grand Canyon L, 6-3 vs. Gust. Adolphus L, 5-4 vs. Denver W, 5-2 at New Mexico L, 5-0 vs. Long Beach State L, 5-0 vs. Idaho W, 6-0 vs. Boise State L, 5-2 vs. Montana State L, 5-4 vs. New Mexico State L, 9-0

vs. Grand Canyon vs. Gust. Adolphus vs. Denver at New Mexico vs. Long Beach State vs. Idaho* vs. Boise State* vs. Montana State*

1994 (12-13, 2-4 BSC) vs. CS Northridge W, 5-4 vs. CS Fullerton W, 7-2 vs. Arizona L, 9-0 vs. Air Force W, 6-3 vs. Grand Canyon L, 8-1 vs. Colorado L, 7-0 at New Mexico L, 6-0 vs. Marquette W, 6-3 vs. Weber State L, 6-0 at UNLV L, 8-1 vs. Texas Tech L, 9-0 vs. Montana State W, 7-2 vs. UC Riverside W, 6-0 vs. Washington L, 7-2 vs. DeKalb College W, 9-0 vs. Gust. Adolphus W, 7-1 at UTEP W, 8-1 at New Mexico State W, 5-4 vs. Weber State L, 9-0 vs. Idaho W, 5-1 at Boise State L, 5-2 vs. Montana State L, 5-4 vs. Idaho* W, 5-1 vs. Boise State* L, 5-2 vs. Montana State* L, 5-4

1995 (12-7, 0-0 BSC) vs. CS Northridge W, 7-2 at UNLV L, 8-1 at UTEP L, 6-2 at New Mexico State W, 5-4 vs. Colorado State W, 8-1 at CS Northridge W, 7-2 at Long Beach State W, 8-1 vs. St. Mary’s (Calif.) W, 5-2 vs. CS Northridge W, 8-1 vs. UTEP W, 5-1 vs. Washington L, 7-2 vs. Drake L, 5-1 vs. Washington State L, 5-1 vs. Gust. Adolphus W, 9-0 vs. Grand Canyon L, 8-1 vs. Marquette W, 5-4 vs. Idaho* W, 6-0 vs. Boise State* L, 5-1 vs. Idaho State* W, 5-1

1996 (16-9, 7-1 BSC) vs. Texas Tech L, 6-3 vs. UT-San Antonio W, 8-1 vs. Creighton W, 8-1 vs. Cal Poly W, 6-3 vs. Boise State L, 5-2 vs. Idaho W, 5-4 vs. CS Fullerton W, 8-1 vs. Oklahoma L, 8-1 at UNLV L, 8-1 vs. CS Northridge W, 6-0 vs. Furman W, 6-3 vs. New Mexico L, 6-1

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L, 6-3 L, 5-4 W, 5-2 L, 5-0 L, 5-0 W, 6-0 L, 5-2 L, 5-4


Women’s All-Time Results

vs. Idaho W, 6-3 vs. Idaho State W, 5-3 vs. William Smith W, 9-0 vs. CS San Bernardino L, 7-0 vs. Gust. Adolphus W, 7-2 vs. Montana State W, 9-0 vs. New Mexico State L, 6-3 vs. Nevada W, 3-2 vs. Montana W, 4-1 vs. Weber State W, 5-2 vs. Montana State* W, 5-2 vs. Boise State* L, 5-1 vs. Weber State* L, 5-2

1997 (16-5, 3-0 BSC) Big Sky Champions vs. Eastern N.M. W, 9-0 vs. Grand Canyon W, 9-0 at Colorado L, 7-2 vs. N. Colorado W, 7-2 vs. Denver W, 5-1 at Portland State W, 9-0 at Portland W, 5-3 vs. St. Mary’s (Calif.) W, 5-4 vs. Gonzaga W, 9-0 at New Mexico State L, 7-2 at UTEP L, 5-1 vs. Utah State W, 9-0 at CS Fullerton W, 6-3 at Long Beach State L, 7-2 at UC Irvine W, 8-1 vs. Pacific L, 6-3 vs. CS Sacramento W, 8-1 vs. Portland State W, 9-0 vs. CS Northridge W, 7-2 vs. Montana* W, 5-2 vs. Montana State* W, 5-4

1998 (15-8, 3-5 BSC) Big Sky Champions vs. Boise State L, 6-1 vs. Long Beach State W, 5-4 vs. Portland W, 6-3 vs. Montana State W, 6-3 vs. Montana W, 7-2 vs. Air Force W, 5-3 vs. Colorado State W, 5-4 vs. Wyoming W, 9-0 vs. New Mexico L, 9-0 vs. Chattanooga L, 5-4 vs. Washington State L, 9-0 vs. Washington L, 9-0 vs. DePaul L, 6-1 vs. CS Northridge L, 6-3 vs. C. Conn. State W, 5-2 vs. Claremont W, 5-4 vs. St. Mary’s (Calif.) W, 8-1 vs. Weber State W, 6-3 vs. CS Sacramento W, 6-0 vs. CS Northridge L, 7-2 vs. Idaho State* W, 6-0 vs. Montana* W, 5-0 vs. Montana State* W, 5-1

1999 (20-3, 6-0 BSC) Big Sky Champions at CS Fullerton W, 8-1 at Long Beach State W, 9-0 vs. Montana W, 7-2 vs. St. Louis W, 8-1

vs. Utah State W, 9-0 vs. Colorado State W, 6-3 vs. SW Missouri State W, 9-0 vs. Weber State W, 6-3 vs. CS Northridge W, 7-2 at St. Mary’s (Calif.) W, 9-0 vs. Portland W, 8-1 vs. Cornell L, 6-3 vs. Santa Clara W, 6-1 vs. Wichita State W, 5-1 at San Jose State W, 5-4 at Pacific L, 5-0 vs. CS Sacramento W, 9-0 vs. Portland State W, 9-0 vs. CS Northridge W, 6-3 vs. Weber State W, 5-1 vs. CS Northridge* W, 5-2 vs. Weber State* W, 5-1 at Arizona State$ L, 6-0

2000 (14-11, 4-4 BSC) vs. Weber State L, 5-4 vs. Nevada L, 7-2 vs. UTEP L, 5-4 vs. Texas Tech W, 5-4 vs. Memphis W, 5-4 vs. St. Louis W, 8-1 vs. Weber State L, 6-3 vs. San Jose State L, 5-4 vs. DePaul L, 8-1 at Illinois-Chicago W, 6-3 vs. Louisville L, 6-3 vs. Eastern Illinois W, 7-0 vs. Northern Iowa W, 8-1 at Montana W, 9-0 vs. Idaho State W, 4-1 vs. Portland W, 5-2 at UC Irvine L, 6-0 vs. Cal Poly W, 6-3 vs. Weber State L, 7-2 at Portland State W, 9-0 vs. CS Northridge L, 6-0 vs. Sacramento State W, 5-1 vs. Montana State* W, 5-1 vs. CS Northridge* W, 5-4 vs. Weber State* L, 5-2

2001 (9-15, 3-4 BSC) at Grand Canyon W, 6-1 at #47 New Mexico L, 7-0 at CS Fullerton W, 5-2 vs. CS Northridge L, 4-3 at Cal Poly L, 5-2 at #24 Arizona L, 7-0 vs. Texas-San Antonio L, 5-2 at New Mexico State L, 4-3 at UTEP L, 5-2 vs. Furman L, 6-1 at Nevada L, 7-0 vs. San Francisco W, 7-0 vs. Idaho L, 5-2 vs. Northern Illinois W, 6-1 at Boise State L, 4-3 vs. Westmont College W, 7-0 at Utah State W, 7-0 at Weber State L, 5-2 vs. CS Northridge L, 5-2 vs. Portland State W, 6-0 at Weber State L, 5-2 vs. Sacramento State W, 4-1

vs. Idaho State* vs. Weber State*

W, 4-2 L, 4-1

2002 (17-10, 7-1 BSC) at #60 New Mexico L, 7-0 vs. Idaho L, 4-3 at Portland State W, 7-0 at #33 Oregon L, 7-0 at Portland W, 4-3 vs. Weber State W, 5-2 at Cal Poly W, 5-2 at Santa Clara L, 5-2 vs. Utah State W, 6-1 at #19 Arizona L, 6-1 at #69 Long Beach St. L, 6-1 at San Diego W 4-3 at UC Riverside W, 7-0 at UC Santa Barbara W, 4-3 vs. Idaho State W, 4-3 vs. Mesa State W, 7-0 vs. E. Washington W, 7-0 vs. CS Northridge L, 6-1 at Denver L, 6-1 vs. Montana W, 6-1 at #39 Metro State W, 4-3 vs. Portland State W, 7-0 at Sacramento State L, 5-2 vs. Weber State W, 7-0 vs. Idaho State* W, 4-0 at Montana State* W, 4-2 vs. Sacramento State* L, 4-3

2003 (9-15, 0-1 BSC) at #60 New Mexico L, 7-0 at Sacramento State L, 5-2 at CS Fullerton W, 7-0 at CS Northridge L, 5-2 vs. UC Santa Barbara L, 5-2 vs. Denver W, 4-3 at #6 Arizona State L, 7-0 vs. San Diego W, 4-3 at #73 N.M. State L, 4-3 at UTEP L, 5-2 vs. Hampton L, 6-1 vs. #44 Oklahoma L, 4-0 vs. Lo. Marymount W, 4-3 vs. Penn State L, 4-3 at Texas A&M CC W, 7-0 vs. Oral Roberts W, 7-0 at Houston L, 4-3 at UT San Antonio L, 5-2 at #25 Fresno State L, 5-2 vs. Santa Clara L, 5-1 vs. Idaho W, 5-2 vs. Montana State* W, 4-0 vs. Idaho State* W, 4-0 vs. #69 Sac. State* L, 4-3

2004 (10-14, 5-1 BSC) at New Mexico L, 7-0 at Arizona L, 7-0 vs. Pacific L, 4-3 vs. New Mexico State L, 4-3 vs. Sacramento State L, 7-0 at Arizona State L, 7-0 vs. Tulane L, 6-1 vs. Kansas L, 5-2 vs. Oklahoma State L, 4-1 at Portland W, 4-2 vs. E. Washington W, 7-0

vs. Gonzaga W, 7-0 at Idaho State W, 4-1 at Utah State W, 7-0 at Weber State W, 6-1 at Denver L, 7-0 vs. Montana W, 6-1 vs. Metro State W, 5-1 vs. CS Northridge L, 4-3 vs. Montana State W, 7-0 vs. Cal Poly L, 7-0 at UC Santa Barbara L, 6-1 vs. Montana* W, 4-2 vs. Sacramento State* L, 4-0

2005 (4-16, 3-3 BSC) vs. Arizona L, 7-0 vs. CS Northridge L, 7-0 vs. Long Beach State L, 7-0 at Arizona State L, 7-0 at UNLV L, 7-0 vs. Texas Tech L, 7-0 vs. Oklahoma State L, 7-0 at New Mexico State L, 7-0 vs. UTEP L, 5-2 vs. Ball State L, 5-2 vs. Weber State L, 5-2 vs. No. Colorado W, 5-2 vs. Idaho State W, 7-0 vs. E. Washington W, 7-0 at Santa Clara L, 6-1 at Sacramento State L, 7-0 at Saint Mary’s L, 4-3 at Montana W, 4-3 at Montana State L, 4-3 vs. Montana* L, 4-1

2006 (10-10, 4-2 BSC) vs. #59 ARIZONA L, 7-0 vs. PACIFIC L, 6-1 at Air Force L, 7-0 vs. N. Colorado W, 6-1 vs. South Dakota St. W, 7-0 vs. MONT. STATE W, 4-3 at #37 UNLV L, 7-0 vs. Lo. Marymount L, 4-3 vs. UC Santa Barbara L, 4-0 vs. SAC. STATE L, 5-2 vs. #57 HOUSTON L, 6-1 vs. Idaho W, 4-2 at Gonzaga W, 5-2 vs. E. Washington W, 4-1 vs. MONTANA W, 6-1 at Idaho State W, 7-0 at Weber State L, 4-3 vs. E. Washington* W, 4-3 vs. Weber State* W, 4-2 vs. Sacramento State* L, 4-0

2007 (12-10, 6-1 BSC) vs. NEVADA L, 7-0 at #34 Arizona L, 6-1 at #23 Arizona State L, 7-0 vs. Cal Poly L, 6-1 vs. N. Colorado W, 5-2 at New Mexico State W, 4-3 at UTEP L, 4-3 vs. Wyoming W, 4-3 at #39 New Mexico L, 6-1 vs. Marquette L, 4-3 at #57 Sac. State L, 7-0

at San Jose State W, 5-2 vs. GA. STATE W, 5-2 vs. IDAHO STATE W, 7-0 vs. WEBER STATE W, 7-0 at Flo. Gulf Coast W, 4-3 vs. CORNELL L, 5-2 vs. E. WASHINGTON W, 6-1 at Montana State W, 4-3 at Montana W, 4-3 vs. Montana State* W, 4-3 vs. #58 Sac. State* L, 4-0

2008 (15-8, 7-1 BSC) at #42 Arizona L, 4-3 vs. UC Davis W, 6-1 at #19 Arizona State L, 6-1 vs. SANTA CLARA W, 7-0 vs. Portland State W, 7-0 at Portland W, 6-1 at No. Colorado W, 5-2 at UTEP W, 5-2 vs. Utah State W, 7-0 at New Mexico State L, 4-3 vs. #59 SAC. STATE L, 4-3 vs. Wyoming L, 4-3 vs. Idaho W, 5-2 at #57 Boise State L, 6-1 vs. UC SANTA BARB. L, 4-3 vs. MONT. STATE W, 5-2 at Gonzaga W, 6-1 at E. Washington W, 6-1 vs. MONTANA W, 7-0 at Idaho State W, 7-0 at Weber State W, 7-0 vs. Montana State* W, 4-0 vs. #57 Sac. State* L, 4-0

2009 (13-10, 6-2 BSC) at #21 Arizona State L, 7-0 at Arizona L, 6-1 at Santa Clara L, 4-3 at #43 Sac. State L, 7-0 at New Mexico State W, 4-3 vs. UTEP L, 6-1 vs. Texas-Pan Am. W, 7-0 vs. #46 Boise State L, 7-0 at #50 New Mexico W, 4-3 vs. N. COLORADO W, 7-0 vs. WEBER STATE W, 6-1 vs. EAST TENN. ST. W, 4-2 vs. #63 Texas Tech L, 6-1 vs. New Mexico State W, 4-3 vs. New Mexico L, 5-2 vs. IDAHO STATE W, 7-0 vs. E. WASHINGTON W, 6-1 at Montana State L, 5-2 vs. Montana W, 6-1 vs. PORT. STATE W, 7-0 vs. Montana* W, 4-0 vs. Montana State* W, 4-1 vs. #56 Sac. State* L, 4-0

2010 (13-7, 7-1 BSC) vs. UC Santa Barbara W, 4-3 at Arizona L, 6-1 at Colorado State L, 5-2 at No. Colorado W, 5-2 vs. MONT. STATE W, 6-1 vs. GRAND CAN. W, 7-0 vs. Western N.M. W, 7-0

at UTEP L, 5-2 vs. Texas-Pan Am. W, 6-1 vs. MONTANA W, 6-1 vs. RHODE ISLAND W, 7-0 at Weber State W, 7-0 at Idaho State W, 5-2 at Utah State L, 4-3 at Washington State L, 6-1 at E. Washington W, 5-2 at Portland State W, 7-0 vs. #54 SAC. STATE L, 6-1 vs. Montana* W, 4-2 vs. #51 Sac. State* L, 4-0

2011 (13-10, 7-1 BSC) at #49 Arizona L, 7-0 vs. UTEP W, 4-3 vs. Cal State Bakers. W, 6-1 vs. Santa Clara L, 4-2 at UC Santa Barbara L, 5-0 at #20 Arizona State L, 6-1 vs. Pacific L, 6-1 vs. Seattle W, 7-0 vs. Western N.M. W, 7-0 at New Mexico State W, 7-0 at New Mexico L, 5-2 vs. WEBER STATE W, 7-0 vs. Idaho State W, 5-1 at Nevada L, 6-0 at #46 Sac. State L, 6-1 at San Francisco L, 4-3 vs. NO. COLORADO W, 7-0 vs. E. WASHINGTON W, 7-0 vs. PORT. STATE W, 6-1 at Montana W, 4-3 at Montana State W, 4-3 vs. Montana* W, 4-3 vs. #48 Sac. State* L, 4-0

2012 (10-13, 7-1 BSC) vs. #59 UC Davis L, 7-0 at UTEP W, 4-3 vs. Air Force L, 6-1 at New Mexico State L, 4-3 at No. Colorado W, 5-2 at Colorado State L, 4-3 at #20 Arizona State L, 7-0 at Weber State W, 7-0 at Idaho State W, 7-0 at UNLV L, 7-0 vs. Nevada L, 6-1 vs. #71 SAC. STATE L, 6-1 vs. NEW MEXICO W, 6-1 vs. #65 AKRON L, 7-0 vs. MONTANA W, 4-3 vs. MONT. STATE W, 5-1 vs. #72 Oregon L, 6-1 at #30 Wash. State L, 7-0 at Gonzaga L, 4-3 at E. Washington W, 5-1 at Portland State W, 6-1 at Seattle W, 4-3 vs. Montana* L, 4-2 * Big Sky Championship $ NCAA Championship

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