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OPPORTUNITAS: The Promise of Pace is the motto of utes from the New York City campus, these two suburban loca-

Pace: Opportunitas. A remarkable array of living, learning and working opportunities await each student. This comprehensive University offers five undergraduate schools and colleges and more than 100 academic majors. * THE FACULTY -- The faculty at Pace bring practical experience in a discipline or profession to their classroom teaching. They know what it takes to succeed because they've experienced success themselves. Professors pursue research in areas that span the curriculum including business, accounting, biology, communications, the natural sciences, health care, nursing, computer science and education, among others. * COOPERATIVE EDUCATION -- Take advantage of the University's extraordinary Cooperative Education Program, the largest and most comprehensive co-op program among four-year colleges and universities in the New York City area. Each year Pace places over 1,100 students in over 450 multinational, national, regional, and local organizations. The opportunity to apply classroom theory into hands-on professional settings allows you to assess how you feel about a particular profession. Also, you will gain a valuable competitive edge in the job market. One-third of the co-op students receive job offers from their co-op employers. * OPEN HOUSE -- We invite you to visit the University and form your own opinion of Pace. Talk to students, talk to professors, sit in on a few classes, meet with the Admissions staff and tour the campus. During our Open House Days, you can get your first taste of Pace's environment through personal contact and first hand experience. ONE UNIVERSITY - TWO CAMPUSES: No matter what you are seeking in a college setting, you can find it at one of Pace's two different locations. Whichever campus you choose, you will also have the opportunity to take courses on the other campus.

*PLEASANTVILLE/BRIARCLIFF -- About forty min-

tions, minutes apart, are administered as one campus. In addition to a serene setting, the campus is noted for its Environmental Center and stables complete with horses, goats, and geese. Tennis courts, outdoor basketball and sand volleyball courts and Willcox Gymnasium provide ample opportunities for athletics and recreation. In keeping with its commitment to its students, community and quality campus life, Pace completed construction of the new 75,000-square foot, 17 million dollar Goldstein Health, Fitness and Recreation Center. The campus offers many living options ranging from three new townhouse complexes to seven residence halls.

* NEW YORK CITY -- The New York City campus, located in lower Manhattan, offers the best of everything that makes New York special. A short walk from Wall Street and the famous South Street Seaport, our New York campus stands across the street from historic City Hall. Nearby public transportation makes commuting fast and easy. The 650-seat Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts, located on campus, is the site of acclaimed student productions, concerts and performers including the Joffrey Ballet, as well as the new home of the celebrated National Actors Theater. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES: Students with a creative flair and a desire to communicate have no problem finding an outlet; Pace sponsors two newspapers, two literary magazines, two radio stations and two yearbooks. Plays, concerts, and performances by professionals and amateurs also enhance student life. There is also an active Student Government Association on each campus. The New York and Pleasantville campuses each sponsor several fraternities and sororities. While the emphasis is on good times and bonding, these organizations also put their energies to good work by sponsoring community service projects. Pace offers the opportunity to participate in athletics, either varsity or intramural. The Setters compete in 19 varsity sports in NCAA Division II.


GENERAL INFORMATION W OMEN ’ S V OLLEYBALL T EAM H ISTORY PACE U NIVERSITY Q UICK FACTS

School.... ................................................................Pace University Location..............................................................Pleasantville, NY Founded....................................................................................1906 Enrollment............................................................................13,463 Nickname............................................................................. Setters School Colors.........................................................Navy and Gold Home Court.....Goldstein Health, Fitness & Recreation Center Capacity...................................................................................2,400 Affiliation.............................................NCAA Division II; ECAC Conference.................................................................Northeast-10 Website...........................................www.pacesettersathletics.com

U NIVERSITY P ERSONNEL

President..........................Stephen J. Friedman (Princeton '59) Director of Athletics............Joseph F. O'Donnell (LaSalle '65) Athletics Phone....................................................(914) 773-3411 Athletics Fax........................................................(914) 773-3491

S PORTS I NFORMATION

Dir of Sports Info............................John Tagliaferri (Pace ‘00) e-mail: jtagliaferri@pace.edu Office Phone.........................................................(914) 773-3888 Office Fax.............................................................(914) 773-3491 Office Address........................Sports Information Department Goldstein Fitness Center 861 Bedford Road Pleasantville, NY 10570

ATHLETICS A DMINISTRATION

Associate A.D/Operations............................................Mike Winn Asst. A.D. Compliance/SWA:...................................Kate Whalen Athletics Business Manager....................................Michelle Tozzi Dir of Intramurals & Rec/Facility Manager..........Bryan Norris Equipment Manager..........................................Now-Allah James Faculty Athletics Representative..............................Mike Ulinski Strength & Conditioning Coach/Fitness Dir.....Mike Bohlander Assistant Facilities Manager.......................................JR Pouncey Assistant Equipment Manager....................................Dave Carty

S PORTS M EDICINE S TAFF

Head Athletics Trainer......................................Barry Moriarty Team Physician..............................................Dr. Lester Mayers Assistant Athletics Trainer.............................Dana Wasserman Graduate Assistant Athletics Trainer............. Lorisha Rayner

First Year: All-Time Record: Last Postseason Opponent: Result:

C OACHING S TAFF

1978 512-474 (.519) Bryant (2007 NE-10 Conference Tournament) L, 3-0 Semifinals

Head coach:...............................................Dan Altro (5th season) Record at Pace.............................................................42-64 (.396) Assistant Coach.............................Stafford Barzey (3rd Season) Assistant Coach...........................Tana McMarrow (2nd Season) Volleyball Office Phone.........................................(914) 773-3987 Office Fax................................................................(914) 773-3491

2007 R EVIEW

OVERALL RECORD: All Matches...............(13-16) Conference................(9-5) Non-Conference........(4-11)

2008 P REVIEW

S TARTERS R ETURNING : 3 No. Player 1 Sianna Johnson 9 Korena Johnson 12 Danielle Furka^

HOME (7-4) (5-2) (2-2) Ht. 6-1 5-10 5-7

L ETTERWINNERS R ETURNING : 5 No. Player Ht. 3 Victoria Pompilus 5-10 4 Stephanie Kazmierczak 5-6 13 Jena Zoll 6-0 15 Samantha Gellman 5-3 22 Jessica Anderson 5-3 ^ - Captains * - Assists ! - Service Aces # - Blocks N EWCOMERS : 5 No. Player Ht. 2 Shea Hansen 5-8 6 Eden Smitelli 5-6 10 Whitney Hilton 5-10 11 Germaine Lawrence 6-0 16 Ursula Vero 5-5

AWAY (5-6) (4-3) (1-3)

NEUTRAL (1-6) (0-0) (1-6)

Cl. So. Sr. Sr.

Pos. (Kills)(Digs) MB (229K) (230D) RS/OH (290K)(80B**) OH (270K) (407D)

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

Pos. MB S/L MB/RS S/L S/DS/L

Cl. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Pos. S OH OH MB L

(Kills)(Digs) (144K) (97B#) (36SA!)(474D) (8K) (12D) (40A*)(42D) (99A*)(257D)

PACE ’ S 2008 W OMEN ’ S V OLLEYBALL M EDIA G UIDE The Pace University women’s volleyball media guide was designed, written and edited by John Tagliaferri, Sports Information Director.Action photos were provided by John Costello of THS Photography of Westchester. Headshots and team photos provided by Stafford Barzey.

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T HE C OACHING S TAFF DAN ALTRO HEAD COACH FIFTH SEASON

Daniel Altro enters his fifth season as head coach of the Pace University women's volleyball team, posting a career 42-64 (.396) mark. Altro is looking to build on the past success of the program, with emphasis on recruiting to improve on last year's 13-16 overall record and 9-5 in the Northeast-10 Conference, which was good for fifth in the conference to earn their third consecutive berth in the NE-10 Volleyball Tournament. Coach Altro has the Setters back on track to regain their dominance of the NE-10.

Coach Altro comes to Pace as the former head coach of Carmel (NY) High School. During his tenure at Carmel, Coach Altro was able to turn around a program that finished 2-22 the year before he took control, to a team that finished 23-6 in his first season. Prior to Carmel, Coach Altro was the associate head coach for Western Connecticut State University. Through his recruiting efforts, the Colonials achieved one ECAC and three NCAA postseason playoff runs.

Coach Altro is currently the director for the Downstate Junior Volleyball Club. Under his guidance, Downstate has produced numerous NCAA Division I and II scholarship athletes. Several of his former players have gone on to achieve all-American status in college. In addition to these honors, several of his players are currently playing professionally in Europe and Puerto Rico.

Coach Altro guided his women's USA Volleyball GEVA Regional championship team, "DAC Team Kaepa" to a 2nd place finish at the 2007 USA Volleyball 10th annual Women's AA championships.

Coach Altro has remained active with USA Volleyball and the New York State Empire Games for the past 20 years and continues to play volleyball every chance he can get. He currently resides in Ossining, NY where he returned after proudly serving his country in the United States Navy. Years 2004 2005 2006 2007 4 Seasons

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Overall Record W L Pct 6 15 .286 13 14 .481 10 19 .345 13 16 .448 42 64 .396

THE ALTRO ERA NE-10 Record W L Pct. 6 8 .429 8 6 .571 8 6 .571 9 5 .643 31 25 .554

Dan Altro became the eighth head coach in Pace Univeristy women’s volleyball program history when he was hired in 2004.

Postseason/Result/Opponent

NE-10 Tournament/L, 3-0 First Round/Bentley NE-10 Tournament/L, 3-0 First Round/Bentley NE-10 Tournament/L, 3-0, Semifinal/Bryant Three NE-10 Tournament Appearances

Head Coaches in Pace Women’s Volleyball Program History Seasons Wins Loses PCT. Coach Sue Wirth 1978-1983 105 97 .520 Katherine Turkewitz 1985-1991 101 149 .404 Cathy DeBuono 1992-1993 8 44 .153 Pete Volkert 1994-1996 78 26 .750 Dinu Dan 1997-2001 148 60 .712 Reggie Pantophlet 2002 19 18 .514 Cassie Alexander 2003 11 16 .407 Dan Altro 2004-present 42 64 .396 Totals 29 Seasons 512 474 .519 *Team did not compete in 1984


T HE C OACHING S TAFF STAFFORD BARZEY ASSISTANT COACH THIRD SEASON

Stafford Barzey enters his third season at Pace. Coach Barzey has an extensive career in women’s volleyball in the local area. He most recently served as the head coach for the Jersey Girls Volleyball Club (D.I.G.S.) out of New Milford, NJ from December of 2002 until May of 2006. During that time, Barzey also assumed the position of consultant with the Hunter College Men’s Volleyball team. tification.

He is currently a member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) and the Professional Association of Volleyball Officials (PAVO). He has passed the USA Volleyball Coaching Accreditation Program Level I and is awaiting Level II cer-

Barzey currently holds an A.S. in Computer Science from LaGuardia Community College and is working towards a degree in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics at Hunter College, part of the City University of New York system.

TANA MCMARROW ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON

Tana McMarrow comes to Pace with an impressive playing career. A Graduate of Queens College, McMarrow was a three year letter winner for the Knights, garnering both All-Conference and All-Region honors. She currently plays for Downstate Team KAEPA, which finished 2nd at the USA Volleyball Nationals this past season. McMarrow’s coaching resume inlcudes head coach for Downstate Juniors Volleyball club team, as well as serving as an assistant coach at Queensboro College in 2004.

Her main responsibility will be wokring with the middle hitters. Coach Altro on Tana: “She is the littlest biggest middle I’ve ever seen play the game”. McMarrow is a native of Kingston, Jamaica.

The Pace Univeristy Women’s Volleyball team earned their third straight NE-10 Conference Tournament appearance in 2007, marking the programs ninth conference tournament appearance since joining the NE-10 in 1997.

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M EET

S ENIORS

DANIELLE FURKA

THE #12

S ETTERS KORENA JOHNSON

SENIOR - OUTSIDE HITTER MASSAPEQUA, NY MASSAPEQUA

#9

SENIOR - RIGHT SIDE FREINDSWOOD, TX CLEAR BROOK

2007: Played in 107 games.... Was sec2007: Led the team with 290 kills ond on the team with 270 kills... in 106 games... Posted a teamTotaled 26 assists, 38 service aces and high 41 service aces... Recorded 26 total blocks... Finished second on 99 assists, 61 blocks and 230 the team with and 407 digs. digs... 2nd on the team in assists, 2006: In 96 games played, totaled a 3rd in blocks and 5th in digs. team-high 310 kills, good for 8th in the 2006: Appeared in 95 games, Northeast-10 Conference... Also ranked recording a team-high 52 service 10th in the NE-10 in digs with 411, aces... totaled 277 kills, 173 which placed her 2nd on the team... assists, 187 digs and 53 blocks... Recorded 78 assists, 42 service aces 2nd on the team in kills, assists and 22 blocks... 2nd on the team in serand blocks... 6th on the team in cive aces, 3rd on the team in assists digs. and 6th on the team in blocks... For her 2005: In 66 games played, was efforts, she was named to the NE-10 2nd on the team in assists (22), All-Conference 2nd Team. averaging 0.33 per game... as well 2005: Played in 89 games... 3rd on the team in kills (214) averaging 2.40 as totaling 93 kills (1.41 per game), 21 blocks, 4 service aces and 33 per game and in digs (310) averaging 2.48 per game... 4th on the team in digs…had 11 kills against Queens on October 11, 2005…also totaled assists (13) averaging 0.15 per game…5th on the team in blocks (22) aver14 kills against St. Michael's on November 5, 2005…had nine kills aging .22 per game and 18 service aces…Had 10 kills and 14 digs against and four blocks against Le Moyne on September 23, 2005. Gannon on August 27, 2005…had 11 kills and 25 digs against Bridgeport Personal: Born May 21, 1987…Mother is Lori Lynn on September 7, 2005…turned in back-to-back double-double performancWickson…majoring in Political Science…named to National Honor es with 12 kills and 15 digs against Le Moyne on September 23, 2005 and Roll and National Honor Society at Clear Brook…also a member of 10 kills and 31 digs against Saint Rose on September 24, 2005…accomthe Choir…member of Pace University Honors College. plished the same feat again with 18 kills and 23 digs against Franklin Club Team: Texas Riptide Pierce on October 1, 2005 and 12 kills and 15 digs against Bentley on October 2, 2005…also had 13 kills and 14 digs against St. Michael's on Johnson’s Career Totals November 5, 2005. Years GP K E TA Pct A Digs Blocks Personal: Born January 28, 1987… Parents are John and Kathy 69 100 40 261 .230 23 48 23 Furka…Majoring in Education…At Massapequa, Named to All-State, All- 2005 95 277 146 789 .166 173 187 53 Long Island and All-County teams…named Nassau County Class AA Most 2006 Valuable Player…member of National Honor Society and also Tri-M, the 2007 106 290 154 877 .155 99 230 61 Music Honor Society. Totals 270 667 340 1,927 .170 295 465 137 Club Team: LIBA Furka’s Career Totals Years GP K E TA Pct A Digs Blocks 2005 92 220 103 807 .145 15 325 22 2006 96 310 114 947 .207 78 411 22 2007 107 270 133 987 .139 26 407 26 Totals 295 800 350 2,741 .164 119 1,143 70

SAMANTHA GELLMAN

#15

SENIOR - SETTER DIX HILLS, NY HALF HOLLOW HILLS WEST

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2007: Played in 31 games, posting one kill, 40 assists, two service aces and 42 digs... Finished 4th on the team in assists. 2006: Played in 13 games, recording 9 kills, 44 assists, 4 service aces and 11 digs... 4th on the team in assists. 2005: In 36 games played, finished with 4 kills, 13 service aces and 70 digs (1.94 per game). Personal: Born May 15, 1987…Parents are Scott and JeanAnne Gellman…majoring in Psychology with minors in criminal justice and environmental studies…named to all-county team…named alltournament Class A Most Valuable Player…named all-league at Half Hollow Hills West…member of National Honors Society, National Music Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society. Club Team: LIVBC


M EET

J UNIOR

JENA ZOLL

THE #13

JUNIOR MIDDLE BLOCKER MIDDLETOWN, NY MINISINK VALLEY

2007: Played in 24 games... Recorded eight kills, 12 digs and four blocks. 2006: Played in 89 games... totaled 74 kills and 46 digs... recorded a team-high 61 blocks (23 solo/38 assisted). Personal: Born December 15, 1987... Parents are Ronald and Jeanne Zoll... Majoring in Business. Member of Lambda Sigma Honor Society. Club Team: Whoosh

S ETTERS

S OPHOMORES

SIANNA JOHNSON

#1

SOPHOMORE MIDDLE BLOCKER LONG BEACH, CA LONG BEACH POLYTECHNIC

2007: Played in 107 games... Finished 3rd on the team with 229 kills... Was tied for third on the team with 36 service aces... 2nd on the team with 80 total blocks and led the team with 33 solo blocks... Posted 65 digs. Personal: Born February 15, 1990... Mother is Gina Johnson-Fornelli... Majoring in Psychology. Club Team: Goldenwest VBC

VICTORIA POMPILUS

#3

SOPHOMORE MIDDLE BLOCKER MOUNT VERNON, NY MOUNT VERNON

STEPHANIE KAZMIERCZAK #4 SOPHOMORE - SETTER/LIBERO BUFFALO, NY CITY HONORS SCHOOL 2007: Played in 105 games... Led the team with 474 digs for a 4.51 per game average... Ranked 7th in the Northeast-10 Conference in digs... Recorded nine kills, 40 assists and 36 service aces.. Finished tied for third on the team in aces. Personal: Born April 20, 1989... Parents are Thomas and Barbara Kazmierczak... Majoring in International Business. At City Honors... First Team All-WNY... Third Team All-State, Section VI Champions, Co-Team Captain, Scholar Athlete Club Team: Niagara Frontier

2007: Played in 106 games... Led the team with 97 total blocks and was second with 30 solo blocks... Was 4th on the team with 144 kills... Recorded 61 digs. Personal: Born February 15, 1990... Mother is GIna Johnson-Fornelli... Majoring in Psychology. Club Team: Goldenwest VBC

JESSICA ANDERSON

#22

SOPHOMORE LIBERO/SETTER/DS EAST NORTHPORT, NY HALF HOLLOWS HILLS EAST 2007: Played in 96 games... Was tied for second on the team with 99 assists... Finished 3rd with 257 digs... Posted seven kills and 21 service aces. Personal: Born September 11, 1989... Parents are David and Kathleen Perry... Majoring in Nursing... At Half Hollows Hills Esat... Captain, Two-Time AllCounty, All-Academic and All-County Tournament... MVP League III. Club Team: The Island Volleyball Academy

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M EET SHEA HANSEN

THE #2

FRESHMAN - SETTER MESA, AZ RED MOUNTAIN Personal: Born March 20, 1990... Parents are Tom and Meg Hansen...... Majoring in Marketing.

WHITNEY HILTON

#10

FRESHMAN - OUTSIDE HITTER CHANNELVIEW, TX ATARCOCITA

Personal: Born January 9, 1991... Parent is James Hilton... Majoring in Biochemistry.

URSULA VERO

S ETTERS

F RESHMEN

EDEN SMITELLI

#7

FRESHMAN OUTSIDE HITTER PLAINVIEW, NY LI LUTHERAN

Personal: Born July 16, 1990... Parents are Kenneth and Tiffany Smitelli... Majoring in Biology.

GERMAINE LAWRENCE

#11

FRESHMAN MIDDLE BLOCKER UPPER MARLBORO, MD DR. HENRY J. WISE Personal: Born August 14, 1990... Parent is Othalene Johnson Lawrence... Undecided major.

#16 FRESHMAN - LIBERO BRONX, NY CARDINAL SPELLMAN

Personal: Born August 30, 1990... Parents are Rocco and Laurie Vero... Undecided major.

Seniors (Left to right): Korena Johnson, Danielle Furka, Samantha Gellman

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2007 Season Recap

2008 SEASON PREVIEW

and found freshman Shea Hansen from Mesa, AZ. Hansen had a solid preseason and enters the season as the leading candidate to step into the setter role. She is a good all-around player and should provide a good long-term foundation at a key position on the floor. Senior Samantha Gellman will continue in her role as the back-up setter. Gellman has shown good leadership skills on and off the court, while her court awareness and experience will play a critical role in the Setters success.

The Pace University women's volleyball team posted an overall record of 13-16 in 2007, going 9-5 in the Northeast-10 Conference to clinch the 5th seed in the conference tournament. The Setters earned a return trip to the conference tournament for a third consecutive season. Pace knocked off #4 seed Franklin Pierce 3-0 in the opening round, before falling to eventual tournament champions Bryant University in three games. Right Side The right side position will again be anchored by senior captain Korena The Setters faced some tough competition in '07 squaring off against Johnson, who comes over offseason shoulder surgery. Despite injuries she five teams that participated in the 2007 NCAA Division II Women's led the Setters in kills in 2007 and she will provide leadership on the Volleyball Tournament, as regional foes Dowling College and Adelphi court along with solid play on the right side. Junior Jena Zoll will also see University as well as conference rivals Bentley College, Bryant action on the right side after having a strong preseason. University and Merrimack College all earned berths into the eightteam Northeast Region. Middle Blocker Coach Altro is young but talented at middle blocker as sophomore Sianna The Setters were led by NE-10 All-Conference Second Team member Johnson returns in a starting role for Pace after finishing second in total Ashley D'Agostini who recorded a team-high 800 assists, ranking in blocks and led the team in solo blocks. Johnson worked hard in the offthe top-10 in the conference in the category. D'Agostini finished her season and looks to improve on her outstanding freshman season. Victoria Setters career as one of only three players in Pace history to record Pompilus will also see plenty of action and will key a key role at the 2,000 assists. Junior Korena Johnson led the Setter attack as she blocker position. Freshman Jermaine Lawrence is a strong backup and recorded a team-high 290 kills on the season. Johnson also led the will be expected to contribute at a talented position. team with 41 service aces and was tied for second with 99 assists, while taking third in blocks with 61. Classmate Danielle Furka also Outside Hitter posted a solid '07 season, finishing second on the team in kills with Senior captain Danielle Furka returns as the Setters top outside hitter this 270 and service aces with 38. Newcomers Jessica Anderson, Sianna season and expects to play a critical role in her final collegiate season. Johnson and Stephanie Kazmierczak also stepped in to integral roles in Furka finished second in kills and aces last season, while her court leaderSetter lineup. Freshman middle blocker Johnson posted 229 kills, good ship should give the Setters a stabilizing force on and off the court. Coach for third in the team, while finishing second in total blocks with 80. Altro brought in a pair of outside hitters that will be looked on the give Anderson posted 257 digs along with 99 assists on the team. the Setters solid talent in a reserve role. Whitney Hilton along with Eden Kazmierczak led the team with 474 digs and her 4.51 per game aver- Smitelli come from solid club programs and should give the Setters a pair age was good for seventh in the Northeast-10 Conference. of skilled outside hitters.

2008 Preview

Libero Sophomore Stephanie Kazmierczak returns for the Setters after averaging The Setters will look to build upon their success in conference play 4.51 digs per game as the starting libero in 2007. Classmate Jessica from the past three seasons as Pace has eight returning letter winners Anderson will also compete for time at libero after providing the Setters from last season, four of which were starters. The Setters lost three let- will a key role on the court last season. Freshman Ursula Vero will also ter winners from '07, but head coach Dan Altro brings in five newcom- share time at the libero position this season. ers to this year's squad as he looks to return the Setter program to prominence in the Northeast. Setter With the loss of two-time all-conference selection D'Agostini to graduation, Coach Altro looked to the West Coast once again for his setter 2008 Volleyball Preseason Coaches' Poll

Team 1. Bentley (12) 2. New Haven (2)* 3. Merrimack 4. Franklin Pierce 5. Pace (1) 6. Saint Rose 7. UMass Lowell 8. Le Moyne 9. Stonehill 10. Southern New Hampshire 11. Assumption 12. Southern Connecticut 13. American International 14. Saint Michael's 15. Saint Anselm

Points 221 201 196 173 147 144 135 133 102 101 77 61 56 30 23

Senior Samantha Gellman

2007 NE-10 Record 13-1 7-2 (ECC Record) 11-3 10-4 9-5 7-7 7-7 7-7 5-9 6-8 6-8 2-12 4-10 2-12 2-12

(First Place Votes In Parentheses) * - Member of East Coast Conference on 2007

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2007 RECORD

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STATISTICS

Pace 2007 Volleyball Pace University Combined Team Statistics (as of Sep 06, 2008) All matches

RECORD: ALL MATCHES......... CONFERENCE.......... NON-CONFERENCE......

OVERALL (13-16) ( 9-5 ) ( 4-11)

HOME ( 7-4 ) ( 5-2 ) ( 2-2 )

AWAY ( 5-6 ) ( 4-3 ) ( 1-3 )

NEUTRAL ( 1-6 ) ( 0-0 ) ( 1-6 )

|---------ATTACK----------| |--SET---| |----SERVE----| |--DIG---| |------BLOCKING-------| ## STATS SUMMARY G K K/G E TA Pct A A/G SA SE SA/G RE DIG D/G BS BA Total B/G BE BHE Points -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------106 290 2.74 154 877 .155 99 0.93 41 39 0.39 13 230 2.17 12 49 61 0.58 12 23 367.5 9 Korena Johnson 107 270 2.52 133 987 .139 26 0.24 38 49 0.36 50 407 3.80 3 23 26 0.24 6 7 322.5 12 Danielle Furka 1 Sianna Johnson 107 229 2.14 92 582 .235 8 0.07 36 38 0.34 0 65 0.61 33 47 80 0.75 8 9 321.5 14 Rebecca DePaoli 84 142 1.69 118 479 .050 6 0.07 3 9 0.04 9 73 0.87 2 20 22 0.26 3 7 157.0 3 Victoria Pompilus 106 144 1.36 73 385 .184 5 0.05 3 11 0.03 5 61 0.58 30 67 97 0.92 23 6 210.5 86 114 1.33 23 325 .280 800 9.30 23 19 0.27 4 245 2.85 8 20 28 0.33 1 36 155.0 8 Ashley D'Agostini 77 94 1.22 61 328 .101 3 0.04 17 27 0.22 10 161 2.09 3 2 5 0.06 5 7 115.0 21 Stefanie Aboagye 13 Jena Zoll 24 8 0.33 22 68 -.206 4 0.17 0 0 0.00 2 12 0.50 0 4 4 0.17 0 3 10.0 4 Stephanie Kazmiercza 105 9 0.09 13 57 -.070 40 0.38 36 45 0.34 72 474 4.51 0 0 0 0.00 0 26 45.0 96 7 0.07 8 54 -.019 99 1.03 21 10 0.22 18 257 2.68 0 1 1 0.01 2 17 28.5 22 Jessica Anderson 31 1 0.03 4 7 -.429 40 1.29 2 6 0.06 0 42 1.35 0 0 0 0.00 0 9 3.0 15 Samantha Gellman TEAM 2 PACE UNIVERSITY..... 107 1308 12.22 701 4149 .146 1130 10.56 220 253 2.06 185 2027 18.94 91 233 207.5 1.94 60 150 1735.5 Opponents........... 107 761 7.11 346 2134 .194 712 6.65 139 146 1.30 120 1044 9.76 32 152 108.0 1.01 19 64 1008.0 TEAM STATISTICS PAC OPP -------------------------------------ATTACK.............. Kills............. 1308 761 Errors............ 701 346 Total Attacks..... 4149 2134 Attack Pct........ .146 .194 Kills/Game........ 12.2 7.1 SET................. Assists........... 1130 712 Attempts.......... 1246 1233 Assist Pct........ .907 .577 Assists/Game...... 10.6 6.7 SERVE............... Aces.............. 220 139 Errors............ 253 146 Attempts.......... 849 947 Serve Pct......... .702 .846 Aces/Game......... 2.1 1.3 SERVE RECEPTIONS.... Errors............ 185 120 Errors/Game....... 1.7 1.1 Attempts.......... 846 769 Reception Pct..... .781 .844 DEFENSE............. Digs.............. 2027 1044 Digs/Game......... 18.9 9.8 BLOCKING............ Block Solo........ 91 32 Block Assist...... 233 152 Total Blocks...... 207.5 108.0 Blocks Per Game... 1.9 1.0 Block Errors...... 60 19 BALL HANDLING ERRORS 150 64 ATTENDANCE.......... Total............. 1875 849 Dates/Avg Per Date 11/170 11/77 Neutral site #/Avg 7/81 Current win streak 0 Home win streak... 1 -

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OPPONENT ---------------------MERCY Saint Michael's BRIDGEPORT DOWLING ASSUMPTION QUEENS SAINT ROSE LE MOYNE C.W. Post Franklin Pierce Bentley SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT ADELPHI Millersville DOWLING Queens Puerto Rico-Mayaguez Mercy So. New Hampshire Saint Anselm Adelphi STONEHILL BRYANT AMERICAN INT'L UMass Lowell Merrimack NYIT Franklin Pierce Bryant

W/L --L W W L W W L W W L L W L L L L L L W W L W L W W L L W L

SCORE ----2-3 3-1 3-1 0-3 3-0 3-2 2-3 3-2 3-1 1-3 0-3 3-0 0-3 1-3 0-3 0-3 0-3 2-3 3-0 3-0 1-3 3-0 2-3 3-0 3-1 0-3 1-3 3-0 0-3

SCORE-BY-GAME ATTEND ----------------------------- -----26-30,28-30,30-16,31-29,17-19 275 23-30,30-20,30-25,30-25 50 24-30,30-25,30-27,30-27 125 18-30,26-30,23-30 125 30-20,30-14,30-22 125 23-30,30-23,23-30,30-24,15-9 75 30-26,30-25,20-30,16-30,12-15 125 27-30,30-24,30-21,18-30,15-11 75 30-23,18-30,30-25,31-29 112 30-27,17-30,22-30,23-30 107 29-31,28-30,23-30 40 30-17,30-15,30-17 425 19-30,21-30,27-30 43 30-26,23-30,17-30,22-30 52 22-30,18-30,14-30 74 22-30,23-30,21-30 25 19-30,22-30,29-31 25 30-26,20-30,22-30,30-25,15-17 50 30-23,30-19,30-18 147 30-21,30-14,30-25 120 23-30,19-30,30-24,29-31 85 30-15,30-28,30-23 125 30-24,30-28,19-30,28-30,15-17 150 30-15,30-8,30-21 250 18-30,30-26,30-20,30-19 79 21-30,19-30,18-30 50 17-30,30-28,19-30,22-30 45 30-19,30-25,30-27 115 21-30,27-30,23-30 200

* - Northeast-10 Conference ^ - Northeast-10 Tournament

2007 NORTHEAST-10 VOLLEYBALL FINAL STANDINGS NE-10 Overall School 14-0 32-13 Assumption 13-1 24-10 Southern New Hampshire 11-3 19-14 Stonehill 10-4 18-16 American International 9-5 13-16 Southern Connecticut 7-7 12-22 Saint Michael's 7-7 13-18 Saint Anselm 7-7 14-13 *Northeast-10 Regular Season Champions ^Northeast-10 Tournament Champions

NE-10 6-8 6-8 5-9 4-10 2-12 2-12 2-12

Overall 13-11 11-13 9-20 6-12 11-26 7-21 3-22


WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL RECORD BOOK

*Record Book begins with 1993 season CAREER RECORDS

Hitting Percentage (Kills-Errors-Attempts) .404 (2,411-524-4,671) - Andreea Cotoranu - 2000-03 .294 (2,166-649-5,165) - Amy Mayor - 1994-1997 .285 (1,829-648-4,142) - Jennifer Brigham - 1996-1999 .276 (1,264-446-2,960) - Maja Iljic - 2002-05 .274 (1,865-560-4,760) - Kory Langley - 1995-98 .257 (1,001-303-2,721) - Nicole Nordin - 1998-01 .224 (1,275-496-3,482) - Colleen Roberts - 1997-00

Kills 2,411 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2000-03 2,166 - Amy Mayor - 1994-97 1,865 - Kory Langley - 1995-98 1,829 - Jennifer Brigham - 1996-99 1,275 - Colleen Roberts - 1997-00 1,264 - Maja Iljic - 2002-05 1,001 - Nicole Nordin - 1998-00

Andrea Cotoranu: Four time All Northeast-10 selection... Two time NE-10 Player of the Year... NE-10 Freshman of the Year... Record holder for career hitting percentage and all-time leader in career kills.... Also holds the record for kills in a single season as well as the highest hitting percentage in a single season.

Assists 5,967 - Michelle Seeley - 1995-98 3,867 - Lavinia Macovschi - 1998-01 2,480 - Ashley D’Agostini - 2005-07 1,389 - Kim Schumer - 2003-04 1,013 - Jill Stabile - 1993-95 1,027 - Quiana Cipriani - 2001-04

Digs 2,182 - Kory Langley - 1995-98 2,046 - Michelle Seeley - 1995-98 1,654 - Jennifer Brigham - 1996-1999 1,569 - Kasey Barrett - 2003-06 1,549 - Colleen Roberts - 1997-00 1,497 - Amy Mayor - 1994-97 1,430 - Lavinia Macovschi - 1998-01 1,143 - Danielle Furka - 2005-present 1,023 - Nicole Nordin - 1998-00 Block Solos 396 - Jennifer Brigham - 1996-99 327 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2000-03

207 - Lavinia Macovschi - 1998-01 177 - Colleen Roberts - 1997-00

Block Assists 312 - Jennifer Brigham - 1996-99 239 - Colleen Roberts - 1997-00 225 - Lavinia Macovschi - 1998-01 187 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2000-03

Total Blocks 708 - Jennifer Brigham - 1996-99 514 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2000-03 432 - Lavinia Macovschi - 1998-01 416 - Colleen Roberts - 1997-00 231 - Amy Mayor - 1994-97

Service Aces 257 - Maja Iljic - 2002-05 253 - Colleen Roberts - 1997-00 248 - Kory Langley - 1995-98 247 - Amy Mayor - 1994-97 240 - Lavinia Macovschi - 1998-01 221 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2000-03 212 - Michelle Seeley - 1995-98 134 - Kim Sheehan - 2001-02

Most Games Played 600 - Colleen Roberts - 1997-00 593 - Jennifer Brigham - 1996-99 584 - Michelle Seeley - 1995-98 579 - Kory Langley - 1995-98 516 - Lavinia Macovschi - 1998-01 515 - Amy Mayor - 1994-97 473 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2000-03 444 - Denise Lamond - 2000-03

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS

Hitting Percentage (Kills-Errors-Attempts) Minimun 600 Attack Attempts .443 (393-55-763) - Andreea Cotoranu - 2002 .430 (415-64-816) - Andreea Cotoranu - 2003 .395 (816-219-1,511) - Andreea Cotoranu - 2001 .380 (787-186-1,581) - Andreea Cotoranu - 2000 .339 (283-71-625) - Kate Tucker - 2005 .324 (735-190-1,681) - Amy Mayor - 1997 .324 (485-157-1,012) - Maja Iljic - 2002 .320 (582-173-1,277) - Jennifer Brigham - 1999 .320 (403-82-1,003) - Nicole Nordin - 1999 .304 (482-150-1,092) - Amy Mayor - 1996

Kills 816 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2001 787 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2000 735 - Amy Mayor - 1997 664 - Amy Mayor - 1995 626 - Kory Langley - 1995 620 - Kory Langley - 1998 582 - Jennifer Brigham - 1999 522 - Jennifer Brigham - 1997 485 - Maja Iljic - 2002 482 - Amy Mayor - 1996 Assists 1,726 - Michelle Seeley - 1997

1,541 - Michelle Seeley - 1998 1,352 - Michelle Seeley - 1995 1,348 - Michelle Seeley - 1996 1,344 - Lavinia Macovschi- 1999 1,331 - Lavinia Macovschi - 2000 1,085 - Lavinia Macovschi - 2001 973 - Ashley D’Agostini - 2005 913 - Quiana Cipriani - 2002 800- Ashley D’Agostini - 2007 746 - Kim Schumer - 2004

Digs 656 - Kory Langley - 1997 643 - Michelle Seeley - 1997 615 - Jennifer Brigham - 1999 575 - Kory Langley - 1998 574 - Lupe Madrigal - 1999 522 - Amy Mayor - 1995 521 - Lavinia Macovschi - 1999 521 - Michelle Seeley - 1995 520 - Amy Mayor - 1997 520 - Kory Langley - 1995 500 - Michelle Seeley -1998 Block Solos 158 - Jennifer Brigham - 1999 124 - Jennifer Brigham - 1997 110 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2000 97 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2002 79 - Jennifer Brigham - 1998 71 - Colleen Roberts - 1999 65 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2001 62 - Lavinia Macovschi - 1999 61 - Colleen Roberts - 2000 55 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2003 Service Aces 125 - Maja Iljic - 2002 84 - Kory Langley - 1995 82 - Jennifer Brigham - 1997 80 - Colleen Roberts - 1997 79 - Colleen Roberts - 1998 73 - Amy Mayor - 1997 73 - Amy Mayor - 1995 71 - Kim Sheehan - 2001 69 - Lavinia Macovschi - 2001 66 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2001

Maja Iljic: Three time AllNortheast-10 selection... Alltime record holder for career service aces as well as service aces in a single season.

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VOLLEYBALL AWARDS Northeast-10 All-Conference Team Amy Mayor, 1997 (1st Team) Michelle Seeley, 1997 (2nd Team) Kory Langley, 1998 (1st Team) Michelle Seeley, 1998 (1st Team) Jennifer Brigham, 1998 (2nd Team) Jennifer Brigham, 1999 (1st Team) Lavinia Macovschi, 1999 (2nd Team) Andreea Cotoranu, 2000 (1st Team) Lavinia Macovschi, 2000 (1st Team) Colleen Roberts, 2000 (3rd Team) Andreea Cotoranu, 2001 (1st Team) Lavinia Macovschi, 2001 (2nd Team) Andreea Cotoranu, 2002 (1st Team) Maja Iljic, 2002 (2nd Team) Andreea Cotoranu, 2003 (2nd Team) Maja Iljic, 2004 (1st Team) Maja Iljic, 2005 (1st Team) Danielle Furka, 2006 (2nd Team) Ashley D’Agostini, 2007 (2nd Team)

Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year Kori Langley, 1998 Jennifer Brigham, 1999 Andreea Cotoranu, 2000 Andreea Cotoranu, 2001

Northeast-10 Conference Freshman of the Year Andreea Cotoranu, 2000

Northeast-10 Conference Coach of the Year Dinu Dan, 1998 Dinu Dan, 2000

NE-10 Conference Regular Season Championships 1998 2000 NE-10 Conference Tournament Championships 1997 1999 2000 NE-10 All-Tournament Team Lavinia Macovschi, 1999 Jennifer Brigham, 1999 Lavinia Macovschi, 2000 Andreea Cotoranu, 2000 Andreea Cotoranu, 2001 Maja Iljic, 2002 NE-10 Championship MVP Jennifer Brigham, 1999 Andreea Cotoranu, 2000

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NCAA Tournament Appearances 1996 (Sweet 16) 1997 (Sweet 16)

AND

CHAMPIONSHIPS

1998 (Elite Eight) 1999 2000 (Elite Eight)

NCAA Northeast Regional Titles 1998 2000

NCAA Northeast Regional All-Tournament Team Jennifer Brigham, 1998 Michelle Seeley, 1998 Lavinia Macovschi, 2000 Andreea Cotoranu, 2000

AVCA All-Region Team Amy Mayor, 1996 Michelle Seeley, 1996 Amy Mayor, 1997 Jennifer Brigham, 1998 Michelle Seeley, 1998 Kory Langley, 1998 Lavinia Macovschi, 2000 Andreea Cotoranu, 2000 Andreea Cotoranu, 2001

AVCA Northeast Region Freshman of the Year Andreea Cotoranu, 2000 AVCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year Dinu Dan, 1998 Dinu Dan, 2000

Daktronics All-American Team Andreea Cotoranu, 2000 (1st Team) Andreea Cotoranu, 2001 (3rd Team) Daktronics All-Region Team Andreea Cotoranu, 2000 Andreea Cotoranu, 2001 Andreea Cotoranu, 2002

NYCAC All-Conference Team Amy Mayor, 1996 (1st Team) Michelle Seeley, 1996 (1st Team) Kory Langley, 1996 (2nd Team)

NYCAC Playoff Title 1996

HVAC All-Conference Team Sue Ann Piekarski, 1985 Cynthia Soronen, 1985 Joann Hirschauer, 1982

Hudson Valley Athletic Conference Title 1986 1987


PACE ATHLETICS STAFF

JOSEPH O’DONNELL

Director of Athletics

Joe O’Donnell enters his 12th year at Pace as the University’s Director of Athletics. O’Donnell’s responsibilities include the overall management and operation of Pace University’s Division II athletics program that hosts 21 intercollegiate sports. O’Donnell also oversees the intramural and recreational programs on the University’s Pleasantville and Manhattan campuses.

During his time at Pace O’Donnell has overseen the renovation of Howard Johnson Hall on Pace’s Briarcliff campus, which hosts several coaches, meeting rooms, locker rooms and a training room. In addition, Pace also opened the Ann & Alfred Goldstein Health, Fitness & Recreation Center. O’Donnell is also responsible for the initiation of the Pace Athletic Hall of Fame and Setter Club booster organization.

Prior to Pace, O’Donnell held the postion of Director of Athletics at The American University in Washington, D.C. and Assistant Athletic Director at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas and LaSalle University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has also worked for the Department of Recreation in Philadelphia and was a varsity soccer coach and social studies teacher at Father Judge High School in Philadelphia. O’Donnell currently resides in Ossining, NY with his wife Marie.

STEPHEN J. FRIEDMAN President

Stephen J. Friedman became president of Pace University on June 4, 2007.

MIKE WINN Assoc. A.D., Operations

KATE WHALEN Asst. A.D., Compliance/ SWA

MICHELLE TOZZI Athletics Business Manager

JOHN TAGLIAFERRI Sports Information Director

NOWALLAH JAMES Equipment Manager

BRYAN NORRIS Director of Intramurals & Recreation /Facility Manager

JR POUNCEY Asst. Director of Facilities

ADRIENNE SANCHEZ Admin. Assistant

MIKE BOHLANDER Fitness Director/ Strength & Conditioning Coach

ANTHONY RAMOS Marketing/ Promotions Coordinator

BARRY MORIARTY Head Athletic Trainer

DR. LESTER MAYERS Team Physician

DANA

HENRY MANNING Head Coach Baseball

JIM HARTER Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Friedman is a former senior partner at Debevoise & Plimpton LLC, commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission, deputy assistant secretary of the Treasury, executive vice president at The Equitable Companies Incorporated and the E.F. Hutton Group Inc., and U.S. Supreme Court law clerk. He has been an active leader in the nonprofit world.

Friedman served for three years as dean of Pace University School of Law prior to being named president by the Pace University Board of Trustees. During his tenure as dean, the Law School’s bar pass rate was the highest in more than a decade; the school’s national rankings improved; and in 2006 more than 91 percent of Pace Law School’s recent graduates reported full-time employment within nine months of graduation.

Prior to becoming dean, Friedman was a senior partner at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, where he served as cochairman of the firm’s corporate department from 1993 to 2000. Before he rejoined Debevoise in 1993, Friedman was executive vice president and general counsel of The Equitable Companies Incorporated and its subsidiary, The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. Before joining Equitable in 1988, Friedman was executive vice president of the E.F. Hutton Group Inc. (1986–1988) and a partner at Debevoise.

Friedman also has served as a commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission (1980–1981), deputy assistant secretary of the Treasury for Capital Markets Policy (1978–1979), special assistant to the U.S. Maritime Administrator (1964–1965), and law clerk to Justice William J. Brennan Jr. of the United States Supreme Court (1963–1964).

Friedman is chairman emeritus of American Ballet Theatre. He also serves as president and a trustee of the Practising Law Institute, chairman and trustee of the Asian University for Women Support Foundation, and he is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. In addition, Dean Friedman has served as chairman of the Overseas Development Council and chairman of the Securities Regulation Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and as a member of the ABA Special Committee on Lawyers’ Political Contributions. He has served as a board member of CCL Industries Inc., Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, ConRail, The National Association of Securities Dealers, the Chicago Board Options Exchange and Foundation, and United Way of New York City.

Friedman received his AB magna cum laude in 1959 from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, and his JD magna cum laude in 1962 from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of Harvard Law Review and a recipient of the Sears Prize.

KRISTY SANTOIANNI Head Coach Cheerleading

WILLIAM NATLO Head Coach M/W Swimming & Diving

SPORTS MEDICINE

WASSERMAN

Asst. Athletic Trainer

LORISHA RAYNOR

Grad. Asst. Athletic Trainer

COACHING STAFF

KATE MAHLAND Head Coach Equestrian

RICH CORSETTI Head Coach M/W Tennis

CARRIE SEYMOUR Head Coach Women’s Basketball

SARAH DWYERSHICK

FRANK GRANIERO Head Coach Golf

MIKE IEZZI Head Coach Football

DAVE CARTY Head Coach Lacrosse

CLAUDIA STABILE Head Coach Softball

DAN ALTRO Head Coach Women’s Volleyball

Head Coach Women’s Soccer

PACE ATHLETICS QUICK REFERENCE DIRECTORY Joseph O’Donnell 914-773-3481 Mike Winn 914-773-3272 Kate Whalen 914-773-3797 Michelle Tozzi 914-773-3650 John Tagliaferri 914-773-3888 Bryan Norris 914-773-3275 Now-Allah James 914-773-3283 Barry Moriarty 914-773-3998 Adrienne Sanchez 914-773-3412 Athletics Directory 914-773-3411

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THE PACE STORY:

Pace is a university whose resources have played an essential role in the realization of individual dreams of achievement and whose mission is voiced in its motto: Opportunitas.

Founded in 1906 by the Pace brothers as a business school for men and women who aspired to a better life, Pace Institute began its transformation into a modern university, with emphasis on the liberal arts and sciences, under Robert Pace 42 years later. With dynamic leadership and fiscally sound management, Pace has grown into one of the largest universities in New York State, with a multi-million dollar physical plant, an endowment of over $100 million and a reputation for excellent teaching and talented, ambitious graduates.

Pace is a comprehensive university with five schools and one college that offers a wide range of academic and professional programs for a large, diverse population of more than 13,000 students in for-credit programs, and in affiliated offerings. Through its Lubin School of Business, Pace continues to build its reputation for excellence in business education. The Lienhard School of Nursing, the School of Law, the School of Education and the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems are more recent responses to the needs of the New York City and Westchester communities for strong professional schools to prepare a well-educated workforce.

The University's decision in 1948 to develop a college of arts and sciences as both an autonomous academic unit and a foundation for the undergraduate core curriculum has strengthened and enriched the educational experience of Pace students and provided an ongoing source of intellectual enrichment to the University. The Dyson College of Arts and Sciences is central to the intellectual life of Pace, to shaping academic priorities, and to providing ethical, humanistic and scientific principles upon which lives and careers are founded.

At the heart of Pace's academic values is an historic commitment to excellence in teaching, as manifested by small classes, an emphasis on skill development and critical thinking, special tutoring and support services, and academic advising. Academic experiences at Pace emphasize teaching from both a practical and theoretical perspective, drawing upon the expertise of faculty who balance academic preparation with professional experience to bring a unique dynamic to the classroom.

While the primary emphasis of the institution is on excellent teaching, the university supports and encourages scholarly activity to ensure the intellectual vitality of the faculty. While much of the work has had professional application, Pace particularly invites scholarship that directly relates to the classroom experience and involves students in the research process.

Pace has always had a student-centered focus and is committed to providing access to those who range widely in age, ethnicity, socio-economic background and academic preparation. Increasing amounts of institutional financial aid to help students meet the growing costs of a private education; locations in New York City and Westchester County; evening, weekend and summer scheduling; and special counseling and academic support services are ways in which the university has sought to enhance the accessibility and opportunities of a Pace education.

A significant tradition of Pace University is its strong relationship with business, civic and community organizations. Offering special programs and services to neighboring institutions and corporate partners, the university gains strength in return from these partnerships and derives benefits for its students from the networks these linkages provide.

The future of Pace University will be shaped by its traditions and values as they respond to the current needs and expectations of today's students. Combining excellence in instruction with personal attention, Pace provides the virtues of the small arts and sciences college with the curricular richness, scholarly disposition and excellent professional programs of the research and comprehensive institution.

HISTORY OF PACE UNIVERSITY:

Pace is a University whose resources have played an essential role in the realization of individual dreams of achievement, and whose mission is voiced in the motto: Opportunitas.

Founded in 1906 by the Pace brothers, Homer and Charles, The Pace Institute was a business school for men and women who aspired to a better life.

Homer and Charles Pace borrowed $600 to rent a classroom and office in the old Tribune building in lower Manhattan to teach 10 men and three women the principles of accounting and business law. That building once stood where the Pace Plaza building stands today.

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Two years later, because of the overwhelming success of the Pace School of Accountancy, the Pace brothers relocated classes to the nearby Hudson Terminal complex. Another move to the Transportation Building at 225 Broadway took place in 1927 in response to continued growth.

In 1948, Pace Institute was approved for college status by the New York Board of Regents. Academic expansion forced yet another move to 41 Park Row in 1951, and two years later Pace College received authorization from the State Education Department to grant the bachelor of arts degree. Classes began on the Pleasantville campus in 1963. The year before, the Marks Hall building was signed over to the College by Pace Trustee Wayne Marks, President of General Foods, and his wife, Helen. Soon after, Dyson Hall was constructed, named in honor of alumnus, Trustee and benefactor, Charles H. Dyson. Willcox Hall was named for Trustee and benefactor Byron Willcox.

In 1965, the Undergraduate School of Business Administration, the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Education were established. The year following, the School of Nursing was founded and was later named after alumnus, Trustee and benefactor Gustav Lienhard. In December 1966, at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Civic Center building, Vice President Hubert Humphrey promised to teach at Pace and conducted a Scholar-in-Residence seminar at the New York City campus.

Finally, in 1973, the State Education Department approved Pace College's petition for university status. Two years later, the College of White Plains consolidated with Pace University, and the School of Law was established in 1976. The assets of Briarcliff College were acquired in 1977. In the years following, an international education center was opened by IBM Corporation, NYNEX opened a center and the Hastings Center moved its operations to the Briarcliff site. In 1983, the School of Computer Science and Information Systems was established as its own entity. In 1997, Pace purchased the World Trade Institute, a leading-edge provider of international training programs.

Pace University today is a diverse institution with over 13,000 students. For 100 years, bright, motivated and talented men and women have walked out of Pace's many doors, degrees in hand, and have ventured into the world prepared for the challenges of each passing decade. Every year, curriculum offerings in schools and colleges are modified to meet the changing needs of ambitious and knowledgeable students.

Throughout the years since 1906, Pace has grown along with the talents of those who comprise what is affectionately known as the "Pace community." The Pace tradition is something in which we can all take pride.

SOME PACE UNIVERSITY MILESTONES:

1948 - Pace Institute was given college status 1950 - Pace approved to grant the bachelor of arts degree 1965 - Undergraduate School of Business Administration, the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Education are established 1966 - School of Nursing established, later named after alumnus, trustee and benefactor Gustav Lienhard 1966 - Groundbreaking ceremony for the Civic Center building 1973 - Pace receives university status from the State Education Department 1975 - College of White Plains consolidates with Pace University 1976 - School of Law is established 1977 - Briarcliff College joins Pace University 1983 - School of Computer Science and Information Systems is established 1992 - Pace institutes "Dial-A-Grade" for students to obtain grades on the telephone and the administrative technological revolution begins 1993 - Undergraduate programs in White Plains are transferred to Pleasantville and the North Broadway campus is given to the Law School 1994 - Ann and Alfred Goldstein Academic Center dedicated on the Pleasantville campus 1995 - $55 million Campaign for Pace University launched with $10 million challenge grant from alumnus and trustee emeritus Charles H. Dyson '30 and his family 1996 - Lubin School of Business receives AACSB accreditation 1997 - Pace purchases the World Trade Institute, which provides training in international business and trade, from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey 1998 - Pace cited in Crain's New York Business as one of the top five sources for technology degree recipients in New York City 1999 - Dyson Family challenge completed one year ahead of schedule, raising $21.1 which is $1.1 million over goal 1999 - Pace Alumni Network (PANet) established to connect alumni worldwide 2001 - Pace establishes the Center for Downtown New York 2002 - The Ann and Alfred Goldstein Health, Fitness, and Recreation Center opens on the Pleasantville campus 2002 - First Pace students win prestigious Fulbright Fellowships 2003 - The Pforzheimer Honors College accepts its first class of students. 2003 - Pace hosts the CNBC/Wall Street Journal 2003 Democratic Candidate Presidential Debate 2005 - Verizon CEO and alumnus Ivan G. Seidenberg ’81 gives Pace $15 million, the largest gift in its history; in honor of this gift the School of Computer Science and Information Systems is named after him 2006 - Lubin School of Business achieves dual AACSB accreditation for business and accounting 2006 - Pace celebrates its centennial

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FAST FACTS ABOUT PACE:

Founded in 1906, Pace University educates achievers who are engaged with critical issues locally and globally. Known for its outcome-oriented environment that prepares students to succeed in a wide range of professions, Pace is a private metropolitan university which enrolls nearly 13,500 students in bachelors, masters, and doctoral programs in the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, Law School, Lienhard School of Nursing, Lubin School of Business, and School of Education. MAJORS AND DEGREES: More than 100 undergraduate majors offering 27 undergraduate and graduate degrees; 47 master’s programs and four doctoral programs. Enrollment: Undergraduates - 8,030 Graduate Students - 4,640 Law Students - 793 Total - 13,463 Percentage international students 5% Percentage male students 39% Percentage female students 61%

Geography 129 countries are represented by both immigrant and nonimmigrant students at Pace, including India, Taiwan, China, Korea, Japan, Turkey, Jamaica, France, Thailand, Russia, and many others. New Recruits: Percentage First-year students who applied and received financial aid 74% Percentage First-year students receiving scholarships 88% Mean SAT 1 score 1074 Mean High School Average 87 Pace students received more than $200 million in financial assistance toward Pace degrees during the 2005-2006 academic year.

Resident vs. Commuter: Undergraduate Residents 36% Undergraduate Commuters 64% Graduate Residents 19% Graduate Commuters 81%

Working and Careers: Undergraduate average starting salary- $47,439 Graduate student average starting salary - $59,962 Number of Co-op positions held by students - More than 900 Undergraduate Co-op average hourly salary - $13.89 Graduate Co-op average hourly salary - $17.18

Pace co-op students work in over 900 co-op and internship placements each year with over 450 particpating employers. Of the students who responded to our co-op survey, 50 percent of those who held a position in their final year of study received a full-time job offer from their internship employer. More than 450 employers visit Pace campuses annually to interview students and participate in career fairs.

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Faculty: Full-time 460 Part-time 730 Full-time faculty with PhD or terminal degree 404 Part-time faculty with PhD or terminal degree 227

Undergraduate Student Diversity: White (Non-Hispanic) 53% Asian 11% Black 12% Hispanic 13% Other 11% Total number of undergraduate students who reported ethnicity - 6,839 Unreported - 1,191 Total number of undergraduate students - 8,030

Undergraduate by School-Matriculated: Dyson College of Arts and Sciences - 2,808 Ivan G. Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems - 777 Lienhard School of Nursing - 512 Lubin School of Business - 3,043 School of Education - 267 Graduate Enrollment by School: Dyson College of Arts and Sciences - 562 Ivan G. Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems - 563 Lienhard School of Nursing - 191 Lubin School of Business - 1,103 School of Education - 2,281 School of Law - 793

Pace University Presidents: Homer St. Clair Pace 1935-1942 Robert Scott Pace 1942-1960 Edward J. Mortola 1960-1984 William G. Sharwell 1984-1990 Patricia O'Donnell Ewers 1990-2000 David A. Caputo 2000-2007 Stephen J. Friedman 2007-present

MISSION STATEMENT: Pace University is committed to providing the best possible private education to a diverse and talented student body at each Pace University location. The University’s continuous commitment to Opportunitas must be retained, strengthened and, when necessary, redefined in an uncertain world where many are excluded from the full benefits of higher education due to economic and social factors beyond their control. Pace’s sustained emphasis on excellence will be a constant, which will guide decision-making regarding academic programs and other endeavors. In a world of increasing interdependence, Pace must strengthen its international efforts and continue its significant investment in technology. In addition, the University’s commitment to self-evaluation and civic engagement must remain as major goals. All of this must be accomplished during a time of considerable economic change and in the context of strengthening Pace’s own financial base.

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The Ann & Alfred Goldstein Health, Fitness and Recreation Center is the home of the Pace University athletics department.

Construction on the Goldstein Fitness Center began on the Pleasantville campus on March 29, 2001 and was completed in fall, 2002.

The beautiful facility boasts a 2,400-seat arena, eightlane swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness/weight room, aerobics room, walking/jogging track, training facility, concession stand, VIP room, equipment room, locker rooms, scoreboards and message center, athletics department offices and offices of the university's health care unit.

The Goldstein Fitness Center contains 75,000-square feet of space that is home to five Pace Univeristy athletic teams (women’s volleyball, men's and women's basketball and men’s and women’s swimming & diving). The facility also gives Pace students an opportunity to compete in intramurals and recreation, aerobics and dance classes in addition to varsity sports.

Memberships for use of the facility are available to faculty, staff and community members and can be purchased by calling 914-773-3275 or by stopping by the athletics offices on the main floor.

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2008 PACE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL ROSTER

No.

1 2 3 4 6 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 22

Player

Sianna Johnson Shea Hansen Victoria Pompilus Stephanie Kazmierczak Eden Smitelli Korena Johnson Whitney Hilton Germaine Lawrence Danielle Furka Jena Zoll Samantha Gellman Ursula Vero Jessica Anderson

Head Coach: Asst. Coaches:

Ht.

6-1 5-8 5-10 5-6 5-6 5-10 5-10 6-0 5-7 6-0 5-3 5-5 5-3

Cl.

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

Pos.

MB S MB S/L OH RS/OH OH MB OH MB/RS S L S/L/DS

Dan Altro (5th Season) Stafford Barzey (3rd Season) Tana McMarrow (2nd Season)

Hometown

Long Beach, CA Mesa, AZ Mount Vernon, NY Buffalo, NY Plainview, NY Friendswood, TX Channelview, TX Upper Marlboro, MD Massapequa, NY Middletown, NY Dix Hills, NY Bronx, NY East Northport, NY

High School

Long Beach Poly Red Mountain Mount Vernon City Honors Long Island Lutheran Clear Brook Atarcocita Dr. Henry A. Wise Jr. Massapequa Minisink Valley Half Hollow Hills West Cardinal Spellman Half Hollow Hills East


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