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2017 SCHEDULE LUMBERJACK TENNIS

Jan. 20

at Arizona State • 1:30 p.m.

vs. UC Davis • 11:00 a.m.

Tempe, Ariz.

Tempe, Ariz.

Jan. 28

at Arizona • 10:00 a.m.

GRAND CANYON • 5:00 p.m.

Tucson, Ariz.

Flagstaff, Ariz.

Feb. 18

at Sacramento State* • 11:00 a.m.

at San Francisco • 4:00 p.m.

Sacramento, Calif.

San Francisco, Calif.

Feb. 25

SOUTHERN UTAH* • 10:00 a.m.

PORTLAND STATE* • 10:00 a.m.

Flagstaff, Ariz.

Flagstaff, Ariz.

March

UTEP • 2:00 p.m.

UTAH STATE • 10:00 a.m.

Flagstaff, Ariz.

Flagstaff, Ariz.

PIMA CC • 3:00 p.m.

at New Mexico • 3:00 p.m.

Flagstaff, Ariz.

Albuquerque, N.M.

at Northern Colorado* • 11:00 a.m.

at Wyoming • 9:00 a.m.

Greeley, Colo.

Laramie, Wyo.

IDAHO STATE* • 4:00 p.m.

EASTERN WASH.* • 2:00 p.m.

Flagstaff, Ariz.

Flagstaff, Ariz.

April 1

at North Dakota* • 12:00 p.m.

at South Dakota State • 11:00 a.m.

April 9

IDAHO* • 3:00 p.m.

at Montana State* • 9:00 a.m.

Flagstaff, Ariz.

Bozeman, Mont.

April 16

at Montana* • 9:00 a.m.

WEBER STATE* • 10:00 a.m.

Missoula, Mont.

Flagstaff, Ariz.

April 28

Big Sky Championships • TBD

Big Sky Championships • TBD

Sacramento, Calif.

Sacramento, Calif.

April 30

Big Sky Championships • TBD

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Grand Forks, N.D.

Sacramento, Calif.

Brookings, S.D.

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2017 NAU TENNIS MEDIA GUIDE

TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts...................................................................3 Media Policies..............................................................4 Facilities........................................................................5 2017 Season Preview...................................................6 2017 Roster..................................................................8 Director of Tennis Ki Kroll............................................10 Assistant Coach...........................................................11 Meet the Lumberjacks.................................................12 Season Review............................................................19 Season Stats...............................................................22 Big Sky Conference.....................................................24 All-Time Season Results.............................................28 All-Time Series Results...............................................33 All-Time Letterwinners.................................................34 Northern Arizona University.........................................35 President Dr. Rita Cheng.............................................36 VP For Intercollegiate Athletics Dr. Lisa Campos........37

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The 2017 Northern Arizona Tennis Media Guide was designed and produced by the NAU Athletics Communications Department in Flagstaff, Ariz., using Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop. The publication was written, edited and designed by Graduate Assistant in Athletics Communications Cheyanne Mumphrey and Assistant AD for Communications Denise Thompson. Cover design by Denise Thompson. Editorial contributions by Denise Thompson and previous NAU Athletics Communications staff members.

PHOTOGRAPHY Steve August, Matt Beaty, Sam Borozan, Nick Canaday, Jacob Chinn, Becky Fairchild, Samantha Fillerup, Jerry Foreman, Dean Hendrickson, Craig Johnson, Ian Johnson, John McGillen, Kelsey Metoxen, Michelle Lewis, Bob Solorio, Steven Toya, Preston Trauscht and NAU Athletics Communications.

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School..........................................................................Northern Arizona University Location.............................................................................................Flagstaff, Ariz. Founded........................................................................................................... 1899 Enrollment....................................................................................................30,383 Nickname............................................................................................Lumberjacks Colors.....................................................................................................Blue & Gold Affiliation.......................................................................................... NCAA Division I Conference................................................................................................... Big Sky Home Facility............................................................. Aquatic and Tennis Complex President.......................................................................................... Dr. Rita Cheng VP for Intercollegiate Athletics...................................................... Dr. Lisa Campos Senior Associate AD/SWA................................................................... Robyn Sharp Faculty Athletic Representative.............................................. Dr. Alisse Ali-Joseph

Director of Tennis.........................................................................Ki Kroll (1st Year) Alma Mater...............................................................................Eastern New Mexico Record At NAU......................................................................................................0-0 Big Sky Record......................................................................................................0-0 Office Phone.....................................................................................928-523-3412 Email.............................................................................................Ki.Kroll@nau.edu Assistant Coach...................................................................................Orsi Golovics Assistant Athletic Trainer (Tennis).....................................................Amanda Bock Strength And Conditioning Coach.......................................................Rebecca Fox

TEAM INFORMATION 2016 Overall Record..........................................................................................18-8 2016 BSC Record/Finish............................................................................10-1/T1 2016 Postseason.................................................................Big Sky Championship Starters Returning/Lost.....................................................................................5/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................................................................5/1 Newcomers/Redshirts.......................................................................................2/0 First Year...........................................................................................................1975 All-Time Record............................................................................................422-403 NCAA Tournament Appearances (last).................................................One (1999) Regular Season BSC Titles....................................................................One (2016) BSC Tournament Titles.................................................Three (1997, 1998, 1999)

MEDIA INFORMATION Assistant Director/Contact................................................... Cheyanne Mumphrey Office Phone/Fax.................................................. 928-523-1017/928-523-6793 Email............................................................................................clm473@nau.edu Assistant AD/Communications................................................. Denise Thompson Office Phone.................................................................................... 928-523-6792 Mailing Address.............................................................................. P.O. Box 15400 ................................................................................................. Flagstaff, AZ 86011 ......................................................................................(Overnight: 1 Skydome Dr.) Website................................................................................www.nauathletics.com NAU Athletics Facebook........................ www.facebook.com/LumberjackCountry NAU Athletics Twitter........................................................................ @NAUAthletics NAU Athletics Snapchat.....................................................................nau_athletics NAU Tennis Twitter................................................................ @NAUWomensTennis NAU Tennis Facebook...........................................................NAU Women’s Tennis

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#NAUSTRONG MEDIA POLICIES The Athletics Communications office is located in the press box on the west side of the Walkup Skydome. The phone number is (928) 523-6792 or 6330 and the fax number is 523-6793. MEDIA OPPORTUNITY Director of Tennis Ki Kroll is available every day before or after practice. Individual players may be requested at this time also. Special requests for availability may be made to the athletics communications office. INTERVIEW POLICY All player interviews must be coordinated through the Athletics Communications office at least one day in advance. No interviews or photo shoots will be conducted on days prior to matches. Out-oftown media should contact the Athletics Communications office to make arrangements for phone interviews. Players are also available for interviews after practice, and, if prior arrangements have been made, before practice. The NAU locker room and training room are closed. KROLL INTERVIEWS Ki Kroll and his staff are generally available for interviews before or after each practice. Contact Cheyanne Mumphrey in the athletics communications office at 928-523-1017 or at clm473@ nau.edu to coordinate all interviews with Ki Kroll.

er than a day before the match. Requests on official letterhead may be faxed to (928) 523-6793. Credentials may be picked up the day of the match in the ATC. No credentials will be mailed unless the request is made at least two weeks in advance. PHOTOGRAPHERS Due to space limits, credentials will be issued only to photographers on assignment. Photographers are allowed on the court during match play, but must be in-between the courts near the benches and refrain from moving while matches are in action. POSTMATCH The NAU locker room is closed on the road and at home. Postmatch interviews will be held courtside with requested players and coaches from both teams. A member of the Athletic Communications office will collect requests immediately following the conclusion of the match.

rest of the season, NAU is compatible with the Mountain time zone. LUMBERJACKS ONLINE Releases, statistics, rosters and breaking news are available at the athletics web site, located at www.nauathletics.com. The Big Sky Conference web site is located at www.bigskyconf.com. LUMBERJACKS BY E-MAIL The Athletics Communications office is always compiling a media directory to send out weekly advance releases, event stories and statistics. Media members interested in this service should e-mail clm473@nau. edu THE SCORE The Score is a monthly show produced by NAU Television Services that highlights Lumberjack athletics and recreational activities on the Mountain campus. It airs weekly on FS Arizona, Fox College Sports and Flagstaff cable channels 4 and 104 in HD.

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 through Nov. 6. The

PRACTICE Daily workouts are open to both the public and the media unless otherwise noted. Media planning to attend practice should notify the Athletics Communications office in advance to confirm start times and to arrange interviews. CREDENTIALS Credentials may be requested for the season or on a permatch basis. All requests should be submitted to the athletics communications office no lat-

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After nearly two years of construction, Northern Arizona University’s brand new Aquatic and Tennis Complex (ATC) held its grand opening on Feb. 19, 2016. The state-of-the art facility, located across the street from NAU’s Health and Learning Center, will be the new home of NAU swimming & diving and men’s and women’s tennis. Groundbreaking for the ATC was held on May 1, 2014 after the Arizona Board of Regents unanimously approved the proposal on Feb. 7, 2014. The Aquatic and Tennis Complex replaced the Wall Aquatic Center – the home of the Lumberjack swimming & diving program for the last 34 years since the pool’s opening in 1983. The 120,000 square foot ATC is more than double the size of the 50,000 square foot Wall Aquatic Center. For the NAU swimming & diving team, the ATC includes an Olympic-sized swimming pool as well as a separate diving well. In addition to 1-meter and 3-meter springboards, there is the addition of a 10-meter diving platform that the Wall Aquatic Center previously had not supported. Other features include dryland training areas and a spa. Both the NAU men’s and women’s tennis teams will enjoy the luxury of their own on-campus courts since 2007 when there were previously six outdoor courts to use. The ATC will provide the two programs with an indoor home for daily practice and home matches featuring six indoor courts. Previously at the mercy of Flagstaff’s unpredictable weather, NAU tennis had hosted home matches at Continental Country Club and the Flagstaff Athletic Club as well as in Sedona in recent years while resorting to the two-court Fieldhouse for an on-campus practice facility. The second phase of the ATC will provide both tennis teams with six outdoor courts adjacent to the facility. Spectator viewing decks are available for both the pool and tennis courts. Shortly after the grand opening, the Aquatic and Tennis Complex hosted the NCAA Zone E Diving Championships from March 7-9, 2016. Nearly 100 divers – both men’s and women’s – representing 25 universities spanning the Pac-12, Mountain West, WAC and Mountain Pacific Sports Federation conferences competed at the qualifying meet for the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. The first tennis match held in the ATC was on Feb. 21, 2016 when the NAU men’s tennis team posted a 7-0 victory over Western New Mexico. The NAU women’s tennis team made their debut in the facility on March 5, 2016 and splitting a doubleheader with a 5-2 win over conference rival Montana State and a narrow 4-3 loss to Emory University, the reigning Division III national runner-ups.

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For the first time in school history the Northern Arizona University women’s tennis team finished the Big Sky regular season ranked first, and is now ready to start a new chapter under head coach Ki Kroll. Kroll will serve as the Director of Men’s and Women’s Tennis at NAU after coaching the men’s program for three years. Following what was arguably the best season in program history under former head coach Kim Bruno, the Lumberjacks were picked to finish second in the Big Sky Conference behind Sacramento State. Kroll is confident the Lumberjacks will build off of last season and carry that success into the 2017 campaign.

Hanneke Lodewijks for a doubles win in their first match at the UNLV Invitational. Lewandowska came up with two singles wins and finished 2-1 in doubles with freshman Brandy Walker. Walker picked up a third-place finish in singles for the first time as a Lumberjack in that tournament. At Arizona, the Lumberjacks posted a 9-7 singles record and a notable 7-1 doubles record, including two singles wins for Lewandowska, Tomasetti and sophomore Eirene Granville. The Lumberjacks finished strong with Tomasetti qualifying for the Round 16 in singles at the ITA Mountain Regionals. New Year

“I am excited,” explained Kroll. “We have a really good team, a lot of talent and strong upperclassmen who will bring a lot of experience to the team.”

This season the Lumberjacks return five starters, Lodwijks, Szavay, Rochin, Lewandowska and Granville, who all bring back valuable experience and leadership. Lodewijks and Szavay earned All-Big Sky First Team honors while Lewandowska received honorable mention for the second consecutive year. The Lumberjacks add two to the roster this season in Tomasetti and Walker who both proved themselves ready to compete for starting positions. Tomasetti was born and raised in Germany and Walker is from Brea, Calif. The Lumberjacks will be led by Kroll and assistant coach Orsi Golovics, who will be in their first seasons with the NAU Women’s Tennis Team.

Finding Rhythm Northern Arizona competed in five fall tournaments at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, University of Arizona, ITA Mountain Regionals in Albuquerque, N.M., Arizona State University and Grand Canyon University. All seven Lumberjacks played this fall, with standout seniors Marta Lewandowska and Hailey Rochin and freshman Chiara Tomasetti who had incredible preseasons. To start the fall, redshirt junior Blanka Szavay paired with sophomore

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“We had a good chance to really work with them in the preseason,” Kroll said. “They adjusted to our coaching styles, and worked hard in all their workouts. I think we are all on the same page and ready to fight for a Big Sky Championship.” Great Expectations The Lumberjacks will be tested from the start with non-conference opponents Arizona State, UC Davis, Arizona and Grand Canyon before competing in their first conference matchup against the 2016 coregular season champions Sacramento State. Kroll is confident in the players’ ability to get the points where they need them, especially in doubles. “We had a few ups and downs, but we recovered from all those things,” Kroll said. “I feel really strong. We have to have good doubles this year to do well and we are moving in the right direction.”

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The Sky’s The Limit For the first time in a decade, NAU finished first in conference play in the 2016 campaign. Their 10-1 Big Sky record proved to bring the Lumberjacks back to the top after an uncharacteristic fourth-place finish the year prior. Despite falling short of the conference title, NAU will be playing with conviction. “They are going to learn a lot this year,” Kroll said. “They have confidence and with that, they will soon realize they can do things better and better.” For Kroll, the players’ mentality and relationship with one another is what sets this team apart. “One of the first things I noticed in the fall was how well everyone bonded,” Kroll said. “All the players get along, they cheer for each other and they push each other, which is very important for our team dynamic.”

The Lumberjacks went 36-27 overall in doubles last season with the Lodewijks/Szavay combination accounting for 14 of those wins. Of all their season opponents, the Lumberjacks will face one of their toughest opponents in nationally ranked Arizona State and their No. 36 ranked doubles pair Savannah Slaysman and Kelley Anderson. NAU will also face the No. 18 ranked singles player from University of Arizona Lauren Marker. “The most important thing for the women is to be a lot more aggressive, I want them to take charge,” Kroll said. Much like the men’s team, Kroll has great expectations for this experienced squad.

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#NAUSTRONG ROSTER AT A GLANCE

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER Name Eirene Granville Marta Lewandowska Hanneke Lodewijks Hailey Rochin Blanka Szavay Chiara Tomasetti Brandy Walker

Year So. Sr. So. Sr. Jr.* Fr. Fr.

Hometown Sacramento, Calif. Biqtystok, Poland Breda, Netherlands Tucson, Ariz. Soltvadkert, Hungary Roesrath, Germany Brea, Calif.

High School Inderkum VI LO im. Zygmunta w Bialymstoku Newman College Bridgeway Academy Vorosmarty Gimnazium Freiherr-vom-Stein Gymnasium El Dorado

*Utilized redshirt year Director of Tennis: Ki Kroll (First Season, Eastern New Mexico) Assistant Coach: Orsi Golovics (First Season, Northern Arizona ‘11)

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CLASS ROSTER

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Arizona (1) Name Hailey Rochin

Seniors (2) Name Marta Lewandowska Hailey Rochin

California (2) Name Eirene Granville Brandy Walker

Juniors (1) Name Blanka Szavay*

Hungary (1) Name Blanka Szavay

Sophomores (2) Name Eirene Granville Hanneke Lodewijks

Netherlands (1) Name Hanneke Lodewijks

Freshmen (2) Name Chiara Tomasetti Brandy Walker

Poland (1) Name Marta Lewandowska

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* Utilized Redshirt Year

2016 STATISTICAL BREAKDOWN SINGLES

Court Name Record 1 H. Lodewijks 10-10 2 B. Szavay 15-7 3 M. Lewandowska 11-7 4 H. Rochin 6-10 5 J. Denesik 15-4 6 E. Granville 11-3

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Court 1

Name Record Lodewijks/Szavay 14-4 Box/Rochin 1-1

Court Name Big Sky 1 H. Lodewijks 8-2 2 B. Szavay 10-1 3 M. Lewandowska 7-4 4 H. Rochin 4-7 5 J. Denesik 11-0 6 E. Granville 8-1

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Team Rank Name Overall 1 J. Denesik 17-7 2 B. Szavay 16-8 3 E. Granville 13-5 4 M. Lewandowska 12-8 5 H. Lodewijks 10-10 6 H. Rochin 7-12 *Italics denotes non-returner

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Name Record Granville/Rochin 5-3 Lewandowska/Rochin 2-4 Granville/Szavay 1-1 Box/Rochin 1-4 Box/Lewandowska 0-1 Name Record Denesik/Lewandowska 10-3 Brown/Denesik 2-3 Denesik/Granville 0-1 Box/Denesik 0-2 *Italics denotes non-returner

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#NAUSTRONG HEAD COACH

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Ki Kroll will serve as the Director of Men’s and Women’s Tennis for the 2016-17 campaign. Kroll served as the head coach at the University of Southern Mississippi from 2011-13, where he produced an impressive three-year stint, helping a program recover from NCAA violations reach a national ranking, a 15-win season and one of the best recruiting classes among mid-major schools landing the top players from the UK and Portugal. His success has undoubtedly carried over into his short time with the Lumberjacks as he led the men’s team to a 13-9 record in his first season, the most wins since 2010. Kroll has accumulated 37 victories overall, 22 wins in the Big Sky, two appearances in the Big Sky Championship and 12 All-Big Sky selections during his tenure at Northern Arizona. The expectations remain high in the classroom as well, with Kroll garnering six Big Sky All-Academic selections, 15 Golden Eagle Scholar Athletes and one ITA All-Academic Team selection since the start of his tenure. Most recently in the 2016 spring campaign, Kroll’s squad finished with yet another winning record of 13-12 overall including an 8-3 clip in the Big Sky. Freshman Tim Handel earned All-Big Sky First Team nods while his fellow classmate, Lucas Taylor, landed on the honorable mention team. This same season, Handel was also a Big Sky All-Academic selection alongside Felix Schumann. Adi Zilberstein also reeled in another academic honor for the ‘Jacks as he was named to the 2016 ITA All-Academic team. Before Kroll’s hire, Northern Arizona only managed to win six matches and NAU looked for a new voice to lead the tennis program in a different direction. The team made a complete turnaround under Kroll’s direction. In 2015, Lumberjack tennis reached the Big Sky Championship after pulling off two upsets, beating no. 1 Weber State and no. 3 Montana to get there. Not to mention the victory over the no. 67 ranked program in the country, Nevada-Reno, which was NAU tennis’ first win over a ranked opponent since 2002 and only the second time in program history. In 2014, Kroll and his squad were a force to be reckoned with in the Big Sky. They finished third in the conference despite their eighth place preseason poll predictions. The Lumberjacks rattled off streaks of four and six wins with some memorable victories over Montana State, Grand Canyon and the 2013 Big Sky Champions Sacramento State. After NAU’s exceptional play, Kroll had four players named All-Big Sky Honorable Mention in Jordan Gobatie, Kester Black, Alex Locci and Fabio Tomasetti. Prior to Southern Mississippi, Kroll served in dual roles as the Head Men’s Tennis Coach and the Assistant Athletic Director/Business Manager at Vassar College, where he led the Brewers to three consecutive NCAA Division III Tournaments from 2005-10. He was a three-time Liberty League Coach of the Year during his five seasons. Over the span of his coaching career, Kroll coached four All-Americans, the 2010 and 2011 ITA Northeast Singles champion, the 2008 ITA Northeast Doubles champions, 18 All-Academic selections and one Capital One Academic All-American. Coach Kroll received national acclaim for his involvement as the Director of Tennis at the Andre Agassi Boys & Girls Club in Las Vegas, Nev. Most notably, he is credited with developing a strong inner city tennis program for Andre Agassi into one of the most successful programs of its type in the country. A number of his former students have been ranked in the top-five nationally in the junior tennis, earning opportunities to represent the United States in international play. Several players went on to play Division I tennis as well as professionally. When asked about his appointment as head coach, Kroll said, “I’m very happy to now be representing NAU, and am very thankful to our Vice-President/ Athletic Director, Lisa Campos who has placed her confidence in me. This is a wonderful opportunity, one that I take very seriously. I am here to move the NAU men’s tennis program into a new direction, helping to not only motivate our players, but also improve their understanding of how to best play their game. Tennis has always been my passion, and I’m looking forward to taking this team to the next level.” Kroll played collegiately at Penn State and received his bachelor’s degree in History from Eastern New Mexico University.

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Golovics

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Orsolya Golovics will serve as the assistant coach for women’s tennis. Born and raised in Hungary, Golovics has returned to her alma mater after five years. Golovics served as the Northern Arizona University women’s tennis assistant coach before in 2011-2012. She first came to NAU in 2008 to play tennis and compete at the Division I level. In her time at NAU, Golovics was one of the few players in program history to be named All-Big Sky first team three or more times. She garnered quite a reputation at NAU winning 71 singles matches and 71 doubles matches overall. As assistant coach in 2011, Golovics worked alongside former head coach Kim Bruno. Golovics was a double major in marketing and business administration and a three-time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient. Upon finishing her undergraduate career, Golovics pursued her master’s degree in sports management at Cardinal Stritch University, located in Milwaukee, Wis. This will be the first time Golovics will coach at a collegiate level since completing her graduate degree in 2015.

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Academic Notes: Majoring in Psychology...Golden Eagle Award recepient in 2015 and 2016. 2016 (Junior): All Big Sky Honorable Mention selection...Finished 12-8 overall primarily at No. 3 singles...Garnered a 7-4 mark in conference matches...Was paired with Jordan Denesik at No. 3 doubles...Finished 10-3 overall and 5-1 in the Big Sky. 2015 (Sophomore): All Big Sky Honorable Mention selection...Tied for the most wins on the team...158 overall record, 9-2 in the Big Sky...Primarily played on courts four and five...Went undefeated 7-0 on courts five...Posted a seven-match winning streak...11-9 record in doubles, 7-3 in the Big Sky...Went 8-6 along with Johanna Vang for the most wins in doubles primarily on court one. High School: Attended VI LO im. Zygmunta w Bialymstoku...Was a semi-finalist in the Poland Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Championship in singles...Was a semi-finalist in the doubles Polish Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Championships under 21 from 2011-2013...Won three Polish nationwide tournaments in the seniors division...Top 10 ranking in Poland in 2013...Won ITF doubles tournaments under 18. Personal: Marta Lewandoska born on November 3, 1992 in Biqtystok, Poland...Daughter of Slawomir and Katarzyna Lewandoska...Has an older brother, Rafal Lewandoska...Enjoys watching movies, playing video games and hanging out with her friends...Admires her parents because they are the most hard-working people she has ever met...Favorite tennis player is Novak Djokovic because he shows that believing in yourself is the most important trait of a successful person...Chose NAU because of the location and good academic program.

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Academic Notes: Majoring in Nursing...Graduated high school with a 3.87 GPA...Golden Eagle Award recepient in 2014, 2015 and 2016...Big Sky All-Academic Selection 2014-16. 2016 (Junior): Finished 7-12 in singles matches primarily on court four...Ended the season with backto-back wins...Clinched the match versus Southern Utah...This secured NAU’s No. 1 seed for the Big Sky Conference Tournament...Was paired with Eirene Granville in doubles action on court two...Finished 5-3 overall including a 4-1 mark in Big Sky matches. 2015 (Sophomore): Second Team All-Big Sky selection...Big Sky Player of the Week on Feb. 10...1211 overall record, 7-4 in the Big Sky...Served on court two with a four-match winning streak...12-8 overall record in doubles, 7-4 in the Big Sky...Posted a 9-6 record along with Emelia Box. 2014 (Freshman): All-Big Sky Honorable Mention…Big Sky Player of the Week on April 8…10-12 overall record in singles, 7-3 in the Big Sky…Tied for second on the team with the most wins in singles play…Tied for second with the most wins in singles during conference play…Played on the No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 courts this season…8-5 record on the No. 4 court…Recorded two four-match winning streaks…11-11 overall record in doubles play, 5-3 record in the Big Sky…10-11 record on court No. 1 along with Emelia Box. High School: Played for coach Gary Engelbrect and Nelson Payne...Was in the top 5 in 12’s, 14’s 16’s and 18’s in the Southwest section that included New Mexico, Arizona and El Paso...Made the FedCup trs, to represent her section for two years...Five star recruit on tennisrecruit.net. Personal: Hailey Lynn Rochin born on April 26, 1995 in Tucson, Arizona...Daughter of Carla and Michael Rochin...One older brother, Micah and one older sister Tatum who also played on the NAU women’s tennis team...Enjoys scrapbooking, reading and writing letters...Admires her parents because they are incredible people who have supported her in tennis and life...Chose NAU because of the atmosphere and Coach Bruno.

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JUNIOR | SOLTVADKERT, HUNGARY

Academic Notes: Majoring in Hotel and Resaurant Management. 2016 (Sophomore): All-Big Sky First Team selection...Two-time Big Sky Player of the Week...Finished second on the team in singles wins at 16-8 on court two...Only dropped one match in the Big Sky finishing 10-1...Ended the year winning six straight matches...Teamed with Hanneke Lodewijks in doubles action...The two were ranked No. 6 in the Mountain Region...Ranked No. 81 in the country in the April 5 ITA Rankings...The duo upset No. 22 Arizona State and No. 41 Ole Miss in the fall season...Finished 14-4 overall in doubles action, 4-2 in the Big Sky...Posted a seven match win streak... Finished 9-1 in their last 10 matches. Barry University (2014): Played for Coach Kigel at Barry University...Team won a National Championship while she was there. High School: Attended Vorosmarty Gimnazium...graduated in 2013. Personal: Blanka Szavay was born on October 24, 1993 to Terezia Dasko and Zsolt Szavay...Has one brother Levente and one sister Agnes who is a professional tennis player...Admires her mother because she is a strong and caring woman...Enjoys reading, listening to music and watching movies in her spare time.

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SOPHOMORE | SACRAMENTO, CALIF..

Academic Notes: Majoring in Liberal Arts and Humanity...graduated with a 3.3 GPA...Was ranked 52nd in her class...2016 Golden Eagle Scholar Athlete. 2016 (Freshman): Finished with the third highest singles win total at 13-5 on court six...Was 8-1 against Big Sky opponents...Clinched seven matches on the year...Picked up first career Big Sky Player of the Week honor...Ended the season on a three match win streak...Was paired primarily with Hailey Rochin at No. 2 doubles...The duo finished 5-3 overall and 4-1 in the Big Sky. High School: Attended Inderkum High School...Was a one year captain and two year starter for Coach Martinez...Posted a combined record of 37-0 in two years...Won the Tri-County Championship in Calif. two years in a row...Won the Sportsmanship Award in the Zonals 14s...Competed in Zonals 12, 14 and 16s. Personal: Eirene Denae Granville was born Oct. 30, 1997 to Lerryn McCullough...Has one brother Markell and one sister Mauriana...Enjoys music and spending time with family...Most memorable tennis moment was winning league in high school...Has been to the US Open...Admires her mother the most because she taught her to be strong and independent...Chose NAU because of the great academics, amazing campus and tennis program.

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HANNEKE LODEWIJKS

SOPHOMORE | BREDA, NETHERLANDS

Academic Notes: Majoring in Excercise Science...2016 Golden Eagle Scholar Athlete...Big Sky All-Academic Selection in 2016. 2016 (Freshman): All-Big Sky First Team selection...Two-time Big Sky Player of the Week...Played at the No. 1 doubles and singles spot all season...Finished 10-10 in singles including an 8-2 mark in the Big Sky...Teamed with Blanka Szavay in doubles action...The two were ranked No. 6 in the Mountain Region...Ranked No. 81 in the country in the April 5 ITA Rankings...The duo upset No. 22 Arizona State and No. 41 Ole Miss in the fall season...Finished 14-4 overall in doubles action, 4-2 in the Big Sky...Posted a seven match win streak...Finished 9-1 in their last 10 matches. High School: Attended Newman College...graduated in 2015...Reached the semifinals of the National Tournament...upset the two seed to get there. Personal: Hanneke Evertine Maria Lodewijks was born on Sept. 29, 1997 to Roel and Tineke Lodewijks...Has three sisters Susanne, Karin and Marieke...Loves meeting new people...admires her parents the most because they are always there for her...Chose NAU because of the tennis team, the location and the weather.

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CHIARA TOMASETTI

FRESHMAN | ROESRATH, GERMANY

Academic Notes: Plans to major in Business Economics. High School: Attended Freiherr-vom-Stein Gymnasium...graduated in 2016. Personal: Chiara Sophie Tomasetti was born on February 27, 1998 to Corinna and Claudio Tomasetti...Has two older brothers Fabio Tomasetti, 22, and Julian Tomasetti, 23...Fabio played tennis at NAU in 2012 and 2013...Admires Roger Federer and enjoys watching him play tennis...Chose NAU after visiting her brother and falling in love with the campus scenery.

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BRANDY

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Academic Notes: Plans to major in Marketing with a minor in Spanish. High School: Attended El Dorado High School...Won the 2014 Long Beach Junior Open Girls 18 Singles...Won the Rusty Miller Tennis Academy 27th Annual San Gabriel Valley Open Girls 18 Doubles... Finalist in the 60th Annual Lynn Scott Memorial Tournament Girls 18 Singles...Garnered a No. 27 Southwest Region Ranking...Was Ranked No. 23 in the state of Calif. Personal: Brandy Lynn Walker was born on May 21, 1997 to Rhonda and Develle Walker...Has one older sister Amber Walker...Amber played tennis at San Jose State...Enjoys reading and playing guitar in her free time...Most memorable moment in her athletic career is beating her sister in tennis...Most exciting event was attending the Dallas Cowboys training camp...Chose NAU because of the beautiful campus, great tennis team, great coaching and because she has never seen snow before.

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together, the doubles tandem showed no signs of complacency from that point forward. Not only did Lodewijks and Szavay finish the season at No. 1 doubles with an overall record of 14-4, but were ranked as high as No. 81 in the country in early April after notching yet another upset – this time over No. 22 Arizona State. “We had a lot of great players this season and well-deserved accolades to show for it like Hanneke [Lodewijks] and Blanka [Szavay] being nationally ranked in doubles,” Bruno said. “But the most important thing was how they and the rest of the team came out ready to fight every single match.”

Finishing at 18-8 overall and 10-1 in the Big Sky, the Northern Arizona University women’s tennis team put together one of the best seasons in school history. The 2016 campaign became Head Coach Kim Bruno’s – the 2016 Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year – winningest season since her hire in 2006 while just being two wins shy of tying the program-best 20 wins in 1999. What started out as a promising Fall season transformed into a regular season championship and a handful of impressive individual and team performances. “We made a lot of progress as a team and as individuals this season,” Bruno said. “If you watched us throughout the season, we got better and better with each match. That’s really all you can ask for as a coach. There was never a time when a team was going to roll over us because we fought for every point. And with the talent we had, that’s what made us tough.” In late September, newcomers Hanneke Lodewijks and Blanka Szavay were already turning heads. With an upset over No. 41 Ole Miss in their first showing

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Lodewijks, in her rookie campaign, filled the No. 1 doubles and No. 1 singles spot for the entirety of the season. She finished 10-10 overall and 8-2 in the Big Sky in singles action. Szavay, also competing for the first time in blue and gold, finished 16-8 on court two while dropping just one Big Sky match in the spring. Her solo performance was good enough for being voted the team’s Most Valuable Player and the second-highest win total on the team behind senior Jordan Denesik. Denesik strung together the best season of her career at 17-7 overall and a perfect 11-0 in the Big Sky. The senior came through with two huge match-clinching performances on court five over the University of Northern Colorado and Sacramento State. Against the Hornets, Denesik’s gritty finish moved the Lumberjacks into first place standing while handing Sac State their first regular season conference loss in two years. The Anthem, Ariz. native was selected to the All-Big Sky Second Team following her notable final season as a Lumberjack. “You can’t replace someone who plays with their heart and soul like Jordan [Denesik] does,” Bruno

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NAU has plenty to hang its hat on this season. Along with Denesik making the All-Big Sky Second Team roster, Szavay and Lodewijks both landed on the first team while junior Marta Lewandowska gleaned an honorable mention nod after a steady junior season finishing 12-8 on court three. Bruno’s squad also led the Big Sky in Player of the Week selections with five: Lodewijks twice, Szavay twice and Granville once. The Lumberjacks graduate just one player in Denesik – who will be greatly missed – but return the remaining five starters in Lodewijks, Szavay, Lewandowska, Rochin and Granville. If this season was any indication of the heights that Bruno’s program is headed, the future is certainly bright as she heads into her 12th season at the helm of Northern Arizona University women’s tennis. “There’s no question our returners will come back at a higher level,” Bruno commented. “With them knowing our culture and philosophy’s, I think the new players coming in will have to adapt quickly to that. They will see right away what it takes to win consistently and at a high level. The future is very bright if they can come back and continue what we’ve been doing.”

Although being forced to shake up the starting six due to injury, and ultimately falling short in the 2016 Big Sky Tournament Championship with a rematch over Idaho,

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No. 1 Singles Overall: 10-10

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#NAUSTRONG BIG SKY CONFERENCE The Big Sky Conference enters its 54th year and 29th year of women’s competition during the 2016-17 academic year. The venerable and stable Division I Big Sky Conference observed its 50th birthday on July 1, 2013. Four of the current league members – Idaho State University, The University of Montana, Montana State and Weber State – have been with the league since its birth. Fellow charter member the University of Idaho returned most of its sports to the Big Sky on July 1, 2014. Northern Arizona University enters its 47th season in the league, giving the league five members with at least 40 years of continuous membership. The Big Sky Conference welcomed North Dakota and Southern Utah on July 1, 2012 as full members. UC Davis and Cal Poly joined as football affiliate members. Eastern Washington University, the University of Northern Colorado, Portland State University and Sacramento State round out the current membership. 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. The Big Sky is one of three conferences in the western United States playing Division I football. 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’s full members represent 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. It is “The Heart of the American West.” The University of Idaho, which was a member from 1963-96, will once again compete in the Big Sky in the majority of its sports. Idaho’s football program maintained its FBS affiliation, joining the Sun Belt Conference. 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 16 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. The Big Sky sponsored softball for the first time in 2013. Men’s golf returned as a championship sport in 2014-15 for the first time since 2002. The University of Hartford and Binghamton University have joined the Big Sky as affiliate members in golf. 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. Andrea Williams, the sixth commissioner of the Big Sky Conference, is in her first year at the helm. Williams took over the Big Sky on July 1, 2016, replacing longtime commissioner Doug Fullerton. Fullerton served the league for 21 years. Ron Stephenson, who assed away in 2011, preceded Fullerton. Serving as commissioner from 1981 through June 1995. 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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Jan. 20 - Lucia Badillos (Idaho) Jan. 27 - Agata Bachanek (Weber State) Feb. 3 - Hanneke Lodewijks (Northern Arizona) Feb. 10 - Alina Soltanici (Sacramento State) Feb. 17 - Alina Soltanici (Sacramento State) Feb. 24 - Marianna Petrei (Idaho) March 2 - Eirene Granville (Northern Arizona) March 9 - Tracy Dong (Portland State) March 16 - Blanka Szavay (Northern Arizona) March 23 - Marianna Petrei (Idaho) March 29 - Hanneke Lodewijks (Northern Arizona) April 5 - Blanka Szavay (Northern Arizona) April 12 - Naomi Holopainen (Montana State) April 19 - Laura Middel (Montana State) April 26 - Alina Soltanici (Sacramento State)

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Belen Barcenilla Laura Middel Hanneke Lodewijks Blanka Szavay Ana Loaiza Esquivias Jennifer Ong $Alina Soltanici

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Maria Tavares Jordan Denesik Deimante Bulatovaite Agata Bachanek Romy Dodd-Stevens

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Moira Hedberg Janaya Smith Faye Worrall Lucia Badillos Naomi Holopainen Angelina Philippova Marta Lewandowska Tracy Dong Anna Maria-Nau Veronika Rogova Kristi Elmer

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ALL-TIME ALL-BIG SKY SELECTIONS All-Big Sky Selections 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) 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) 2013 (6): Ghizelene Doballah (2), Alice Pacaut (HM), Nicole Perez (2) Hannah Stone (1), Johanna Vang (HM), Malia Wahinepio (HM) 2014 (2): Johanna Vang (1), Hailey Rochin (HM) 2015 (3): Hailey Rochin (2), Marta Lewandowska (HM), Jordan Denesik (HM) 2016 (4): Hanneke Lodewijks (1), Blanka Szavay (1), Jordan Denesik (2), Marta Lewandowska (HM) BOLD indicates current player (1) - denotes First Team, (2) - denotes Second Team, (HM) - denotes Honorable Mention

Multiple All-Big Sky Selections

Kirsten Balk....................................... 2(1) Vicki Broadbent................................. 3(1) Kim Bruno.......................................... 4(1) Jordan Denesik................................. 2(0) Orsi Golovics..................................... 4(3) Vickie Gunnarsson............................ 2(2) Yumi Hasegawa................................ 2(0) Alexandra Kappel.............................. 3(1) Christina Klokinis............................... 2(1) Marta Lewandowska....................... 2(0) Susan McClelland............................. 2(0) Sylvana Navarro................................ 3(0) Sylvia Pasahidis................................ 3(1) Paij Porter.......................................... 2(0) Hailey Rochin................................... 2(0) Julie Schmandt.................................. 3(2) Katie Schurr....................................... 3(1) Yael Stuart......................................... 4(4) Edit Suhajda...................................... 4(4) Sandra Trefler.................................... 2(2) Johanna Vang.................................... 3(1) Leslie Vial.......................................... 3(1) Malia Wahinepio................................ 3(0) Susanna Wallin.................................. 4(3) BOLD indicates current player (#) indicates First Team Selections

All-Time Big Sky All-Academic Selections Kirsten Balk............................ 2002-03 Emelia Box............................. 2014-15 Kim Bruno............................... 1997-00 Jordan Denesik...................... 2014-16 Vickie Gunnarsson................. 1999-00 Christina Klokinis......................... 2004 Marjolein Klompmaker................. 2003 Kathy Kmiec........................... 1999-00 Maggie Knight............................. 1998 Hanneke Lodewijks................... 2016 Jamie Maxwell............................. 2005 Susan McClelland.................. 2004-07 Michelle Mohr......................... 1999-02 Regan Newman...................... 2006-07 Nicole Perez........................... 2010-11 Stacey Pinchbeck........................ 2006 Hailey Rochin........................ 2014-16 Tatum Rochin.............................. 2014 Julie Schmandt...................... 2003, 06 Katie Schurr...................... 2003, 06-07 Hannah Stone........................ 2012-13 Johanna Vang......................... 2012-15 Leslie Vial.................................... 2007 Lindsay Villegas........................... 2006 Susanna Wallin....................... 1998-01 BOLD indicates current player

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#NAUSTRONG ALL-TIME SEASON 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 vs. Pima CC at Arizona at Pima CC at Scottsdale CC vs. Yavapai College vs. Grand Canyon at Yavapai College

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

vs. Pima CC vs. Arizona vs. Hawaii vs. Colo. Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Co. vs. Denver vs. Colorado College vs. Midland (TX) CC vs. New Mexico vs. New Mexico State vs. Mesa CC vs. Grand Canyon

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

1982 (6-8, 0-0 BSC) at Grand Canyon at Glendale CC at Mesa CC at Pima College at Arizona vs. Phoenix College at New Mexico vs. So. Colorado vs. Colorado State at Air Force vs. Metro State vs. No. Colorado vs. Colorado College vs. Grand Canyon

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

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vs. Mesa CC vs. Phoenix College vs. Arizona vs. Pima College vs. Grand Canyon vs. Phoenix College vs. Mesa CC vs. Pima College

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

1979 (11-4, 1-0 BSC) at Pima CC at Arizona at CS Northridge at CS Los Angeles vs. Mesa CC vs. Grand Canyon at UNLV vs. Westmont vs. Weber State at US International at Mesa CC vs. Pima CC at Yavapai College vs. Grand Canyon vs. Phoenix College

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

1980 (6-6, 0-0 BSC) vs. Mesa CC vs. Grand Canyon vs. Grand Canyon vs. Mesa CC vs. Grand Canyon vs. Arizona Western vs. Hawaii vs. Pima College vs. Arizona vs. Nebraska vs. Pima College vs. Grand Canyon

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

1981 (7-12, 0-1 BSC) vs. Mesa State vs. Fort Lewis vs. Mesa CC vs. Glendale CC vs. Nevada vs. UNLV vs. Iowa State vs. Glendale CC

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

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vs. Scottsdale CC vs. New Mexico State vs. New Mexico vs. Colorado State vs. Grand Canyon

W, 8-1 W, 8-1 L, 6-0 W, 8-1 W, 6-3

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

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

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

1988 (4-14, 1-5 BSC) vs. E. Washington vs. Pima CC vs. Mesa CC vs. Palomar College vs. Arizona State vs. Washington vs. Scottsdale CC vs. Fort Lewis vs. Boise State vs. Pima College vs. Arizona vs. Washington State vs. E. Washington vs. Idaho vs. Nevada vs. Oregon vs. So. Colorado vs. Montana

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

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

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

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

1984 (6-10, 0-0 BSC)

vs. Arizona vs. Pima College vs. Grand Canyon vs. Westmont vs. US International vs. N.M. Military vs. Texas Tech vs. New Mexico vs. UC San Diego vs. US International vs. S.D. City Coll. vs. Winona State vs. Glendale CC vs. Arizona State vs. Grand Canyon vs. Glendale CC

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

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vs. Scottsdale CC vs. Baylor vs. Weber State vs. UNLV vs. Colorado vs. UTEP vs. No. Colorado vs. Mary (N.D.) vs. St. Thomas vs. Mesa CC vs. Idaho State vs. Weber State vs. Nevada vs. Idaho * vs. Nevada* vs. Weber State* vs. Boise State* vs. Montana State* 1990 (12-17, 1-5 BSC) vs. New Mexico State at Arizona State at Grand Canyon vs. E. Washington at Arizona at Glendale CC vs. Odessa JC vs. Palomar JC vs. Mesa CC vs. UTEP at UNLV vs. Wichita State vs. Colorado vs. Yale vs. Utah State vs. Alabama at Mesa CC vs. Westmont at Weber State vs. Idaho State vs. Utah State vs. Odessa JC at New Mexico State vs. UTEP at UTEP vs. Weber State at Idaho State vs. Nevada* vs. Boise State* 1991 (10-18, 2-8 BSC) at Arizona vs. New Mexico State at Arizona State vs. Iowa vs. E. Washington vs. UTEP vs. Nevada vs. Grand Canyon vs. CS Bakersfield at Mesa CC vs. Odessa JC vs. Point Loma vs. Pennsylvania vs. Iowa State vs. Kansas State at Weber State vs. Idaho State vs. Montana State at Boise State vs. Nevada vs. Weber State vs. Nevada vs. Idaho vs. Weber State* vs. Montana* vs. Boise State* vs. Nevada*

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

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

vs. Weber State*

L, 5-4

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

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 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

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

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

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

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

1996 (16-9, 7-1 BSC) vs. Texas Tech vs. UT-San Antonio vs. Creighton vs. Cal Poly vs. Boise State vs. Idaho vs. CS Fullerton vs. Oklahoma at UNLV vs. CS Northridge vs. Furman vs. New Mexico vs. Idaho vs. Idaho State vs. William Smith vs. CS San Bernardino vs. Gust. Adolphus vs. Montana State vs. New Mexico State vs. Nevada vs. Montana vs. Weber State vs. Montana State* vs. Boise State* vs. Weber State*

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

1997 (16-5, 3-0 BSC) Big Sky Tournament 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

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1998 (15-8, 3-5 BSC) Big Sky Tournament 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 Tournament 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 $ denotes NCAA Appearance 2000 (14-11, 4-4 BSC) vs. Weber State vs. Nevada vs. UTEP vs. Texas Tech vs. Memphis vs. St. Louis vs. Weber State vs. San Jose State vs. DePaul at Illinois-Chicago vs. Louisville vs. Eastern Illinois vs. Northern Iowa at Montana vs. Idaho State vs. Portland at UC Irvine vs. Cal Poly vs. Weber State at Portland State vs. CS Northridge vs. Sacramento State vs. Montana State*

TENNIS

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

vs. CS Northridge* vs. Weber State*

W, 5-4 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* W, 4-2 vs. Weber State* 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

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

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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

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2010 (13-7, 7-1 BSC) vs. UC Santa Barbara at Arizona

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W, 4-3 L, 6-1

at Colorado State at No. Colorado vs. MONT. STATE vs. GRAND CAN. vs. Western N.M. at UTEP vs. Texas-Pan Am. vs. MONTANA vs. RHODE ISLAND at Weber State at Idaho State at Utah State at Washington State at E. Washington at Portland State vs. #54 SAC. STATE vs. Montana* vs. #51 Sac. State*

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

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

L, 7-0 W, 4-3 W, 6-1 L, 4-2 L, 5-0 L, 6-1 L, 6-1 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 L, 5-2 W, 7-0 W, 5-1 L, 6-0 L, 6-1 L, 4-3 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 6-1 W, 4-3 W, 4-3 W, 4-3 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 2013 (17-10, 8-2 BSC) at #29 Arizona L, 1-6 vs. UC Davis L, 1-6 at #37 Arizona State L,1-6 at UC Santa Barbara L, 2-5 vs UTEP W,4-3 at New Mexico W, 5-2 vs Pacific W,4-2

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at Air Force at Northern Colorado at New Mexico State at San Francisco at Sac. State vs Portland State at Santa Clara at St. Cloud State at North Dakota vs Eastern Washington vs. Idaho State at Montana State at Montana vs Southern Utah vs Weber State vs Portland State vs Montana State vs Montana

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

2014 (9-15, 8-2 BSC) at Arizona State at Arizona vs. Montana State at New Mexico at Western New Mexico at UTEP vs. Lamar at New Mexico State vs Nevada at Portland State vs. Western Michigan at Gonzaga at Eastern Washington vs. North Dakota vs. Northern Colorado vs. Montana vs. Oregon at Weber State at Idaho State at Utah State vs. Sacramento State at Southern Utah vs. Sacramento State

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

* Big Sky Championship $ NCAA Championship 2015 (13-11, 8-3 BSC) vs. UC Davis L, 5-2 at New Mexico L, 4-3 vs. South Carolina L, 4-0 at North Dakota W, 7-0 vs. South Dakota W, 6-1 at Arizona State L, 7-0 vs. Arizona L, 7-0 at UNLV W 4-3 vs UC Riverside W, 4-0 vs. NC State L, 5-2 at Northern Colorado W, 5-2 vs. Idaho State W, 6-1 vs. Eastern Washington W, 6-1 vs. Weber State W, 4-3 vs. Idaho L, 5-2 at Sacramento State L, 6-1 at Nevada L, 4-3 vs. Southern Utah W, 7-0 vs. Utah State W, 4-3 vs. Portland State W, 7-0 at Montana State W, 5-2 at Montana W, 4-1 vs. Weber State* W, 4-1 vs. Sacramento State* L, 4-0 * Big Sky Championships $ NCAA Championship

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2016 (18-8, 10-1 BSC) Big Sky Regular Season Champs vs. Southern Illinois W, 4-3 vs. New Mexico L, 4-0 vs. Idaho* W, 4-3 vs. Seattle W, 4-1 vs. Washington State L, 7-0 vs. Eastern Washington* L, 4-3 vs. Arizona L, 5-0 vs. Portland State* W, 5-2 vs. UTEP L, 5-2 vs. Wyoming W, 4-3 vs. New Mexico State W, 4-0 vs. Montana State* W, 5-2 vs. Emory L, 4-3 vs. Florida Gulf Coast W, 4-3 vs. Northern Colorado* W, 4-3 vs. UAB W, 4-0 vs. Sacramento State* W, 4-3 vs. Montana* W, 6-1 vs. Arizona State L, 4-0 vs. Idaho State* W, 4-3 vs. Utah State W, 4-1 vs. Weber State* W, 5-2 vs. North Dakota* W, 7-0 vs. Southern Utah* W, 7-0 vs. Weber State^ W, 4-1 vs. Idaho^ L, 4-0

*Big Sky match ^Big Sky Tournament

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Akron...............................................0-1 Air Force .........................................2-4 Alabama .........................................0-1 Arizona.........................................0-31 Arizona State...............................0-19 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..........................................0-5 Colorado College.............................1-1 Colorado State................................4-3 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 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....................16-2 Emory University.............................0-1 Fresno State....................................0-1 Florida Gulf Coast...........................1-0 Fort Lewis........................................5-0 Furman............................................1-1 Gustavus Adolphus.........................3-3 Glendale CC..................................12-3 Gonzaga..........................................3-2 Grand Canyon............................14-20 Grossmont.......................................1-0 Hampton..........................................0-1 Hawaii..............................................0-3 Houston...........................................0-1

Idaho.............................................11-7 Idaho State...................................21-5 Ill.-Chicago......................................1-0 Iowa.................................................0-1 Iowa State.......................................1-2 Kansas............................................0-1 Kansas State...................................1-0 Lamar..............................................0-1 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........................................23-7 Montana State............................21-11 Nebraska.........................................1-0 Nevada..........................................2-14 Nevada, Las Vegas.........................1-0 New Mexico..................................3-19 New Mexico Military.........................1-0 New Mexico State....................... 11-16 North Dakota...................................4-0 North Carolina State........................0-1 Northern Colorado.......................12-2 Northern Iowa..................................1-0 Odessa JC.......................................0-3 Oklahoma........................................0-2 Oklahoma State...............................0-2 Oral Roberts....................................1-0 Oregon............................................0-4 Pacific..............................................1-5 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..............................15-1 Redlands.........................................1-0 Rhode Island...................................1-0 Riverside College............................1-0 Sacramento State........................4-24 St. Mary’s.........................................0-1 San Diego........................................2-1 San Diego CC.................................1-0

San Francisco................................1-2 San Jose State................................1-1 Santa Clara.....................................2-5 Seattle.............................................3-0 Scottsdale CC.................................8-1 Skidmore.........................................1-0 South Carolina.................................0-1 South Dakota...................................1-0 South Dakota State........................1-0 Southern Colorado..........................3-0 Southern Illinois...............................2-0 Southern Utah................................4-0 St. Cloud State................................1-0 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.......................3-0 Texas-San Antonio..........................1-3 Tulane..............................................0-1 UAB.................................................1-0 UC Davis.........................................1-3 UC Irvine.........................................1-1 UC Riverside...................................3-0 UC San Diego.................................0-1 UC Santa Barbara...........................2-6 UNLV.............................................1-15 US International...............................0-3 Utah.................................................0-1 Utah State.....................................11-2 UTEP...........................................11-13 Valparaiso........................................1-0 Washington......................................0-4 Washington State............................0-7 Weber State................................21-22 Western Michigan............................0-1 Western New Mexico.......................5-0 Westmont College...........................3-2 Whittier College...............................1-0 Wichita State...................................1-1 William Smith...................................1-0 Winona State...................................1-0 Wyoming........................................2-1 Yale..................................................0-1 Yavapai College...............................3-0

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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. NAUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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.

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Rita Hartung Cheng serves as the 16th president of Northern Arizona University. Under her leadership, NAU has embarked on an aggressive mission to thrive in the fast-changing environment of higher education. She has amplified the university’s strengths, demonstrating its excellence in pursuing the discovery, use and advancement of knowledge. She has set forth a vision of excellence in education through student-centered teaching, a robust research environment and inclusive support services focused on success measured through retention and graduation rates. Dr. Cheng oversees an operating budget of more than $550 million and 4,600 faculty and staff. NAU offers more than 200 undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs to its 29,000 students. Enrollment growth has increased steadily, and the university’s research profile is recognized on an international level. NAU is designated as a high research university by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education. At NAU, a comprehensive network of staff, advisers and peers complement talented and dedicated faculty in supporting students of all backgrounds. Dr. Cheng’s commitment to inclusiveness and a supportive academic community has made NAU a preferred destination for non-traditional and underrepresented students who are taking the next step in pursuing a university education. Dr. Cheng regards campus as an integral part of the local community. She supports a strong, academically focused athletics program and champions music, art, theater and other cultural and recreational activities that contribute to the vibrancy of the surrounding community. Dr. Cheng believes NAU’s success should directly impact lives in communities in Arizona and throughout the world. She is com-

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VICE PRESIDENT FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Dr. Lisa Campos was hired in April 2012 as Northern Arizona’s Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics. Since her arrival, Campos has guided the Lumberjacks to Back-to-Back Big Sky Conference Presidents’ Cup trophies; an award that recognizes the department’s overall excellence in competition and in the classroom. In 2013, NAU became the fourth institution to win multiple Presidents’ Cups, winning their second (first was 2005-06); and then followed it up during the 2013-14 school year. NAU has captured 24 team conference championships during Campos’ time in Flagstaff, while nine teams have advanced to postseason competition. The Lumberjacks’ stellar athletic achievements have led to the men’s programs winning the Big Sky All-Sports Trophy three consecutive times from 2014-16. The women’s teams captured the trophy in 2014, and have been runners-up the last two years. During the 2015-16 school year, the men’s indoor and outdoor track & field teams won their fifth straight title for each, while the women’s team captured the outdoor crown. Volleyball won the Big Sky Regular Season and Tournament Championship to earn its first NCAA appearance berth since 1999. Swimming & diving captured its third straight Western Athletic Conference Championship defeating its nearest competition by over 300 points. During the 2015-16 school year, NAU finished with a 3.12 overall cumulative grade point average. Seven of 13 teams finished the 2015-16 academic year with a GPA of at least 3.00 led by the swimming and diving team, who recorded a 3.44 gpa. Four student-athletes received CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District honors, while Caleb Hoover picked up his second CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-American First Team honoree. NAU had 118 total student-athletes earn All-Academic honors by the Big Sky and WAC. A total of 58 student-athletes earned their degrees during the 2015-16 academic year with a cumulative gpa of 3.20, while 184 Dean’s List honors were bestowed. Campos and the Lumberjacks continue to give back to the community as Lumberjack student-athletes set a new record for community service hours with 5,428; beating last year’s mark of 5,327. Dr. Campos currently sits on the prestigious NCAA Division I Football Oversight Committee, a subcom-

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mittee of the new governance model. She also sits on the Board of Directors at NACWAA and for the local United Way of Northern Arizona. At the time of her hire at NAU, Campos 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 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 from 2006 to 2012. Campos served as the sport administrator for several Miner sports programs and was also the primary administrator for compliance, CHAMPS/Life Skills, strength and conditioning, sports medicine, and cheerleading. While at UTEP, Dr. Campos 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 was the NCAA liaison for the Self Study Report for NCAA Certification and continued to oversee all gender, minority equity, and student welfare strategic plans. In 2005, she created the Athletics Diversity Graduate Assistantship Program and served on the UTEP Women’s Resource Advisory Board. Campos also served as Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator and the Assistant Dean of Students within the UTEP Division of Student Affairs during her time in El Paso. While at UTEP, Dr. Campos had the opportunity to serve on a number of NCAA Committees, including the NCAA Division I Championships/Competition Cabinet, the NCAA Rifle Committee, and chaired the NCAA Women’s Soccer Committee. 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. Campos is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA), National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association (FCS ADA) and Flagstaff Leadership Program. A native of Las Animas, Colo., Campos is married to Darren D’Attilio. They live in Flagstaff with their son, Christopher.

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