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OPPORTUNITAS: The Promise of Pace is the motto of tion to a serene setting, the campus is noted for its Environmental 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 minutes from the New York City campus, these two suburban locations, minutes apart, are administered as one campus. In addi-

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 Studio. 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 17 varsity sports in NCAA Division II as well as sponsoring a cheerleading, dance and equestirna teams.


GENERAL INFORMATION W OMEN ’ S V OLLEYBALL T EAM H ISTORY First Year: All-Time Record: Last Postseason Opponent:

PACE U NIVERSITY Q UICK FACTS School.... ................................................................Pace University Location..............................................................Pleasantville, NY Founded....................................................................................1906 Enrollment............................................................................12,704 Nickname............................................................................. Setters School Colors.........................................................Navy and Gold Home Court.....Goldstein Health, Fitness & Recreation Center Capacity...................................................................................2,400 Affiliation...........................................................NCAA Division II 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 Information.............John Tagliaferri (Pace ‘00) e-mail: jtagliaferri@pace.edu Sports Information Assistant.......Thomas Graff (Buffalo ‘10) 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............................................Jayson Smikle Athletics Business Manager/SWA.........................Michelle Tozzi Dir of Intramurals & Rec/Facility Manager.............JR Pouncey Equipment Manager..........................................Now-Allah James Faculty Athletics Representative..............................Mike Ulinski Strength & Conditioning Coach/Fitness Dir.....Mike Bohlander Assistant Facilities Manager.........................Danny Hagenlocher Assistant Equipment Manager....................................Dave Carty Administrative Assistant..................................Adrienne Sanchez

Result:

1978 542-502 (.520) New Haven (2009 NCAA Tournament) L, 3-0 First Round

C OACHING S TAFF Head Coach:......................................Karrin Moore (1st Season) Record at Pace.........................................................................(0-0) Volleyball Office Phone.........................................(914) 773-3987 Office Fax................................................................(914) 773-3491

2009 R EVIEW RECORD: OVERALL All Matches...............(17-12) Conference................(9-6) Non-Conference........(8-6)

HOME (9-3) (4-3) (5-0)

AWAY (6-8) (5-3) (1-5)

NEUTRAL (2-1) (0-0) (2-1)

2010 P REVIEW S TARTERS R ETURNING : 5 No. Player 1 Sianna Johnson 2 Shea Hansen 3 Victoria Pompilus 8 Nora Rugova 9 Susana Verdugo-Del Real

Ht. 6-0 5-8 5-10 5-8 5-11

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

Pos. MB S MB OH/S OH

(Kills)(Digs) (267K) (114) (986*) (44!) (246K) (85#) (295K) (220D) (268K) (176D)

L ETTERWINNERS R ETURNING : 6 No. Player Ht. 5 Elyse Rowland 5-8 10 Whitney Hilton 5-10 13 Shawna Dykens 5-8 14 Tamilee Webb 5-7 15 Sara Atai 5-10 16 Ursula Vero 5-6

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

Pos. OH OH OH/DS MB/RS MB/RS L/DS

(Kills)(Digs) (83K) (288D) (4K) (3D) (2K) (11D) (72K) (42#) (3K) (20*) (1*) (10D)

* - Assists # - Total Blocks

! - Service Aces

PACE ’ S 2010 W OMEN ’ S V OLLEYBALL M EDIA G UIDE S PORTS M EDICINE S TAFF Head Athletics Trainer......................................Barry Moriarty Team Physician..............................................Dr. Lester Mayers Assistant Athletics Trainer........................................Phil Ryder

The Pace University women’s volleyball media guide was designed, written and edited by John Tagliaferri, Sports Information Director. Headshots and action photos were provided by Dave Hahn, CSI: Photo.

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T HE C OACHING S TAFF KARRIN MOORE HEAD COACH FIRST SEASON Moore comes to the Setters from Bentley University where she served for three seasons as the assistant coach. At Bentley, Moore assisted in recruiting, pre-match and in-match strategy as well as assisting in practices. Moore was also the Assistant Director of the New England All-Star Volleyball camps at Bentley. Prior to her stint at Bentley, Moore served as the assistant volleyball coach for the Northeastern men’s team in 2005 and the assistant women’s volleyball coach at Wheaton in 2006. Moore graduated from Northeastern in 2006 with a journalism degree following an outstanding career as part of the Huskies volleyball team. During her four-year career, Northeastern posted an 84-48 record, including 42-12 in conference play. As a freshman, Moore was a member of the Northeastern squad that won the America East Tournament, earning a trip to the NCAA Division I Tournament. For her career, she played in almost 80 matches and posted 391 kills in her junior and senior seasons. Moore graduated from Mountain Pointe High School in Ahwatukee, Ariz. and played for the East Valley Juniors. She is still an active player on a USAV women’s AA level club team.

Head Coaches in Pace Women’s Volleyball Program History Coach Seasons Wins Loses PCT. 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 2004-2009 72 91 .442 2010-** 0 0 .000 Karrin Moore Totals 31 Seasons 542 501 .520 *Team did not compete in 1984

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SENIOR MIDDLE BLOCKER LONG BEACH, CA LONG BEACH POLYTECHNIC 2009: Played in 109 sets, starting in all 29 matches… Second among team leaders with 57 total blocks… Third among team leaders with 267 kills… Recorded 30 service aces, and 114 digs… 2008: Played in all 104 games on the season, leading the team in kills with 286... Second on the team with 40 service aces... Also posted 66 digs and 32 total blocks... Named to Spring 2009 NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2007: Played in all 107 games on the season... 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 JohnsonFornelli... Majoring in Psychology. Club Team: Golden West VBC

VICTORIA POMPILUS

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SENIOR MIDDLE BLOCKER MOUNT VERNON, NY MOUNT VERNON 2009: Played in 111 sets, starting in all 29 matches posting a team-high 22 solo blocks, 63 assisted blocks, and 85 total blocks… Fourth among team leaders with 246 kills… Recorded 26 digs… 2008: Played in 101 games, leading the team in blocks with 110 (85 block assists/25 block solos), good for third in the NE-10 with a 1.09 blocks per game average... Fourth on the team in kills with 185... Totaled 20 digs. 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 October 11, 1989... Mother is Edy Pompilus... Majoring in Psychology. Club Team: Downstate Juniors

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#2 JUNIOR SETTER MESA, AZ RED MOUNTAIN

2009: Played in 110 sets, starting in all 29 matches… First among team leaders with 44 service aces… Fifth among team leaders with 172 digs… Fifth among team leaders with 24 total blocks… Recorded 40 kills… 2008: Played in all 104 games on the season as a true freshman... Led team with 928 assists, good for fourth in the NE-10, on her way to being named to the 2008 NE-10 AllRookie Team... Also totaled 51 kills, 38 service aces and 161 digs... Named to Spring 2009 NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Personal: Born March 20, 1990... Parents are Tom and Meg Hansen...... Majoring in Marketing. Club Team: Club Red

URSULA VERO

#16 JUNIOR LIBERO BRONX, NY CARDINAL SPELLMAN

2009: Played in 12 sets, appearing in nine matches… Recorded 10 digs… 2008: Appeared in two games on the season... Named to Spring 2009 NE-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Personal: Born August 30, 1990... Parents are Rocco and Laurie Vero. Sister Janine (‘08) was a member of the cheerleading team at Pace... Business Management major. Club Team: The Bronx Volleyball Club

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WHITNEY HILTON

#10

JUNIOR OUTSIDE HITTER CHANNELVIEW, TX ATARCOCITA 2009: Played in 10 sets, appearing in eight matches… Recorded four kills, and three digs… 2008: Played in 47 games on the year, totaling 53 kills and 20 digs. Personal: Born January 9, 1991... Parent is James Hilton... Majoring in Biochemistry. Club Team: High Intensity Training (HIT)


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#5

NORA RUGOVA

SOPHOMORE OUTSIDE HITTER ANTIOCH, CA DEER VALLEY

#8 SOPHOMORE OUTSIDE HITTER/SETTER MT. KISCO, NY FOX LANE

2009: Played in 107 sets, appearing in all 29 matches, starting 13… Second among team leaders with 288 digs… Recorded 83 kills, 15 service aces, and 13 total blocks… Personal: Born August 31, 1991... Parents are Steve and Laurie Rowland... Undeclared major.

2009: Played in 111 sets, starting in all 29 matches posting a team-high 295 kills… Second among team leaders with 43 service aces… Third among team leaders with 220 digs, as well as 44 total blocks… Personal: Born November 23, 1991... Parents are Nick and Selvija Rugova... Majoring in Childhood Education.

Club Team: Rage Club Team: Downstate Juniors

SUSANA VERDUGODEL REAL

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SARA ATAI

#15 SOPHOMORE MIDDLE BLOCKER/ RIGHT SIDE SETAUKET, NY WARD MELVILLE

SOPHOMORE OUTSIDE HITTER EL CENTRO, CA SOUTHWEST 2009: Played in 110 sets, starting in all 29 matches… Second among team leaders with 268 kills… Fourth among team leaders with 176 digs… Recorded 35 service aces, and 23 total blocks… Personal: Born May 23, 1991... Parents are Juan Verdugo and Susan Del Real... Majoring in Business and Journalism.

2009: Played in 14 sets, appearing in 14 matches… Recorded three kills, six digs, and one block… Personal: Born October 14, 1991... Parents are Kamran and Carolina Atai...... Majoring in Hospitality and Tourism Management. Club Team: Long Island United

Club Team: Epic

TAMILEE WEBB

#14 SOPHOMORE MIDDLE BLOCKER/ RIGHT SIDE HARTSDALE, NY ARDSLEY

2009: Played in 66 sets, appearing in 20 matches, and starting 13… Fourth among team leaders with 42 total blocks… Recorded 72 kills, and 20 digs… Personal: Born March 19, 1991... Parent is Maureen Webb... Majoring in Nursing and Pre-Law.

SHAWNA DYKENS

#13

SOPHOMORE OUTSIDE HITTER CLIFTON PARK, NY SHENENDEHOWA 2009: Played in 17 sets, appearing in 15 matches… Recorded two kills, one service ace, and 11 digs… Personal: Born February 26, 1991... Parents are Dan and Sandy Dykens...... Majoring in Business Management. Club Team: North East Thunder

Club Team: Downstate Juniors

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2010 SEASON PREVIEW 2009 Season Recap The Pace University Women’s Volleyball team posted an overall record of 17-12 in 2009, with a 9-6 record in Northeast-10 Conference play placing them eighth out of 16 teams. The Setters were led by 2009 NE-10 All-Conference Third Team member Nora Rugova with her tremendous play recording 295 kills, 220 digs, 44 total blocks, and 43 service aces. The freshman was also selected for the 2009 NE-10’s All-Rookie Team. Along with Rugova, junior Victoria Pompilus was selected for the 2009 NE-10 All-Conference Third Team for her impressive defensive play. Pompilus recorded 85 total blocks, with 22 solo and 63 assisted. She also provided notable play with 246 kills and 26 digs. Freshman Susana Verdugo Del-Real and junior Sianna Johnson both proved their attacking abilities with 268 kills and 267 kills respectively. Sophomore Shea Hansen shined in 2009 as well, particularly in her ability to serve aces with 44. Classmate Elyse Rowland provided her own solid defensive play with 288 digs. 2010 Preview After making an appearance at the NCAA Division II National Championships in 2009 the Setters look to continue that success in 2010. Despite losing in the opening round of the tournament, new head coach Karrin Moore feels optimistic at advancing further in the tournament this season. The Setters posses more depth this season having a more complete and balanced look. In Coach Moore’s preparation, the more mature 2010 Setters have been able to adapt well to taking on many different roles for the team’s wellbeing. It is Coach Moore’s goal to have many of her athletes ready and willing to play different positions on the court. Setter Junior Shea Hansen is looking to dominate in the Setter role once again this season. In her sophomore season Hansen played in 110 sets, starting all 29 matches. She was ranked among the top 10 in the NE-10 Conference with 986 assists. Hansen also recorded 172 digs, 44 service aces, 40 kills, and 24 total blocks. Coach Moore has been working with Hansen on her foot and hand speed this offseason which should transfer over to more productive play in the near future. Hansen has started as the Setter for the past two years. However, Coach Moore has mentioned that sophomore Nora Rugova could see some playing time there as well. Right Side Perhaps the personnel on the right side is the most interesting for the 2010 season. As Coach Moore stated, the right side is in a unique situation because the team has so much depth that many athletes can handle the position. Tamilee Webb, Sianna Johnson, Sara Atai, and Whitney Hilton are among a few others that welcome the challenges of the right side. In 2009 Webb played in 66 sets appearing in 20 matches, and starting 13. She recorded 72 kills, 42 total blocks, and 20 digs. Sianna Johnson produced well last season also. Johnson played in 109 sets starting in all 29 matches recording 267 kills, 114 digs, and 30 service aces. Sara Atai appeared in 14 sets and 14 matches, while Whitney Hilton played in 10 sets and eight matches last season leaving them eager to take the next step in their volleyball careers. Again, Coach Moore has mentioned due to the versatility of her team Nora Rugova may see some playing time on the right side. Middle Blocker Seniors Sianna Johnson and Victoria Pompilus will both return to the middle blocker role for the Setters in 2010. In 2009 Johnson recorded eight solo blocks, 49 assisted blocks, and 57 total blocks. Pompilus continued to shine in the middle blocker role leading the Setters last year in blocks.

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Pompilus played in 111 sets, starting in all 29 matches posting a team-high 22 solo blocks, 63 assisted blocks, and 85 total blocks. Her 246 kills in 2009 is evidence that she has solidified her worth on both sides of the ball. Coach Moore confirmed that she is expecting solid performances out of her seniors and that Tamilee Webb may see some playing time at middle blocker. Outside Hitter Sophomores Susan Verdugo Del-Real, Nora Rugova, and senior Sianna Johnson look to return at the outside hitter position for the Setters in 2010. Verdugo Del-Real played in 110 sets last year, starting in all 29 matches. She was second among team leaders with 268 kills while recording 176 digs, 35 service aces, and 23 total blocks. Outside hitter is another position on the Setter team that will challenge many athletes to fulfill its role. Coach Moore expressed enthusiasm on how deep this position will be this season. She mentioned names like junior Whitney Hilton, and sophomores Elyse Rowland and Shawna Dykens to help add depth for 2010. Libero Sophomore Elyse Rowland and junior Ursula Vero look to make an impact at Libero and defensive specialist in 2010. Rowland played 107 sets last season, appearing in all 29 matches, starting 13. She was second among team leaders with 288 digs while recording 83 kills, 15 service aces, and 13 total blocks. Vero played in 12 sets, appearing in nine matches. Rowland and Vero both look to fill the void left by Stephanie Kazmierczak who was ranked top 10 among the NE-10 Conference in digs last season. Expectations After making an appearance at the NCAA Division II Championships last year the Setters have a number of goals and expectations for the 2010 season. More specifically as a team, the Setters are shooting for an undefeated home record in 2010 taking them to at least the final four of the Northeast-10 Conference Championships. Coach Moore has hinted that she personally would like to see the Setters accomplish 20 victories taking them to the second round of the NCAA Division II Championships. Making it to the second round of the championships is a quality goal because it may be within reach and it continues to make the team work harder to further advance results from last season.

2010 Volleyball Preseason Coaches' Poll Team 1. New Haven (14) 2. Adelphi (1) 3. Bentley (1) 4. UMass Lowell 5. American Int’l 6. Pace 7. Merrimack 8. Le Moyne 9. So. Connecticut 10. Stonehill 11. Saint Rose 12. Franklin Pierce 13. So. New Hampshire 14. Saint Michael’s 15. Assumption 16. Saint Anselm

Points 224 202 192 180 154 148 142 126 119 117 91 66 63 44 30 22

2009 Record/Conf. 25-6/15-0 27-10/14-1 18-13/11-4 22-10/11-4 23-10/9-6 17-12/9-6 21-11/8-7 17-10/9-6 26-10/9-6 15-11/9-6 15-14/5-10 8-22/3-12 10-4/4-11 8-19/2-13 2-20/1-14 5-19/1-14

(First Place Votes In Parentheses)

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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 1,055 - Danielle Furka - 2005-08 1,001 - Nicole Nordin - 1998-00

Andrea Cotoranu: Four time All Northeast-10 selection... Two time NE10 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 1,914- Shea Hansen - 2008-** 1,389 - Kim Schumer - 2003-04 1,013 - Jill Stabile - 1993-95 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 1,409 - Danielle Furka - 2005-08 1,377 - Stephanie Kazmierczak- 2007-09 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 - 1998-01 215 - Victoria Pompilus - 2007-** Total Blocks 708 - Jennifer Brigham - 1996-99 514 - Andreea Cotoranu - 2000-03 432 - Lavinia Macovschi - 1998-01 416 - Colleen Roberts - 1997-00 292 - Victoria Pompilus - 2007-** 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 - 1995-98 142 - Danielle Furka - 2005-08 134 - 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

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 986- Shea Hansen - 2009 973 - Ashley D’Agostini - 2005 928 - Shea Hansen - 2008 913 - Quiana Cipriani - 2002 800- Ashley D’Agostini - 2007 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

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

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 singleseason.

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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) Danielle Furka, 2008 (3rd Team) Shea Hansen, 2008 (All-Rookie Team) Nora Rugova, 2009 (3rd Team/All-Rookie Team) Victoria Pompilus, 2009 (3rd Team)

NCAA Tournament Appearances 1996 (Sweet 16) 1997 (Sweet 16) 1998 (Elite Eight) 1999 2000 (Elite Eight) 2009

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

AVCA Northeast Region Freshman of the Year Andreea Cotoranu, 2000

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 Stephanie Kazmierczak, 2009 NE-10 Championship MVP Jennifer Brigham, 1999 Andreea Cotoranu, 2000

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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 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

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NORTHEAST-10 CONFERENCE Institution New Haven*^ Adelphi^ Bentley^ UMass Lowell&^ Pace^ Le Moyne American International Southern Connecticut Stonehill Merrimack Saint Rose Southern New Hampshire Franklin Pierce Saint Michael’s Saint Anselm Assumption

Northeast-10 Conference 2009 Final Season Standings Conference Overall GP W L Win % GP W 15 15 0 1.000 31 25 15 14 1 0.933 37 27 15 11 4 0.733 31 18 15 11 4 0.733 32 22 15 9 6 0.600 29 17 15 9 6 0.600 27 17 15 9 6 0.600 33 23 15 9 6 0.600 36 26 15 9 6 0.600 26 15 15 8 7 0.533 32 21 15 5 10 0.333 29 15 15 4 11 0.267 24 10 15 3 12 0.200 30 8 15 2 13 0.133 27 8 15 1 14 0.067 24 5 15 1 14 0.067 22 2

L 6 10 13 10 12 10 10 10 11 11 14 14 22 19 19 20

Win % 0.806 0.730 0.581 0.688 0.586 0.630 0.697 0.722 0.577 0.656 0.517 0.417 0.267 0.296 0.208 0.091

* - Regular Season Champions &- Tournament Champions ^ - NCAA Participant

Northeast-10 Conference 2009 All-Conference Teams First Team Name Molly Cindric Hilary Pavels Sarah Coscia Chelsey Alpough Keidy Candelaria Sara Malmlov Alex Kearney

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

Pos. OH OH MH S OH OH OH

School Merrimack Adelphi UMass Lowell New Haven New Haven New Haven Bentley

Hometown West Village, Calif. North Woodmere, N.Y. Pittsfiled, Mass. Torrance, Calif. Vega Baja, P.R. Lindesberg, Sweden La Jolla, Calif.

Second Team Name Heather Mau Talia de Souza Cassie Kraft Alyssa Pickert Elizabeth Cheek Jenna Tammel Andrea Wirth

Yr. Jr. R-Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Pos. S OH L L OH OH S

School Adelphi American Int’l Bentley Merrimack Le Moyne So. Connecticut Stonehill

Hometown Honolulu, Hawaii

Pos. OH MB MH MH RSH MH MH

School American Int’l Bentley Le Moyne UMass Lowell Pace Pace

Hometown Fort Worth, Texas San Diego, Calif. Camillus, N.Y. Highlands Ranch, Colo. Mt. Kisco, N.Y. Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Floral Park, N.Y.

Third Team Name Yr. Ellisha Terry So. Kristine Mickelson Sr. Morgan McDermott Fr. Elsa LeGrand So. Fr. Nora Rugova Victoria Pompilus Jr. Stepahnie Dluginski Jr.

So. New Hampshire

Cunupia, Trinidad & Tobago

New Braunfels, Texas Tinley Park, Ill. Huntington Beach, Calif. Spring Valley, Minn. Mesa, Ariz.

All-Rookie Team Name Pos. Breanna Popham L Amy Waitkus OH Morgan McDermott MH Shaunda Forcier OH Keidy Candelaria OH Nora Rugova RSH Vanessa Sullivan L

School Adelphi Bentley Le Moyne Merrimack New Haven Pace So. Connecticut

Player of the Year : Setter of the Year : Libero of the Year : Freshman of the Year : Coach of the Year :

Sara Malmlov, New Haven Chelsey Alpough, New Haven Alyssa Pickert, Merrimack Keidy Candelaria, New Haven Karen McNulty, UMass Lowell

Hometown Crestview Hills, KY. Phoenix, Ariz. Camillus, N.Y. Gonic, N.H. Vega Baja, P.R. Mt. Kisco, N.Y. Paramus, N.J.

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PACE ATHLETICS STAFF

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

MIKE WINN Assoc . A.D./ Head Coach Women’s Soccer

JAYSON SMIKLE Asst. A.D., Compliance

MICHELLE TOZZI Athletics Business Manager/ SWA

JOHN TAGLIAFERRI Sports Information Director

NOWALLAH JAMES Equipment Manager

JEREMY POUNCEY Director of Intramurals & Recreation /Facility Manager

DANNY HAGENLOCHER Assistant Facilities Manager

ADRIENNE SANCHEZ Admin. Assistant

ZACH DAYTON Marketing/ Promotions Coordinator

THOMAS GRAFF Sports Information Assistant

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.

SPORTS MEDICINE

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.

BARRY MORIARTY Head Athletic Trainer

DR. LESTER MAYERS Team Physician

PHIL RYDER Assistant Athletic Trainer

MIKE BOHLANDER Fitness Director/ Strength & Conditioning Coach

COACHING STAFF

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.

HENRY MANNING Head Coach Baseball

JIM HARTER Head Coach Men’s Basketball

CARRIE SEYMOUR Head Coach Women’s Basketball

JENNY COHEN Head Coach Dance

FRANK GRANIERO Head Coach Golf

CHRIS DAPOLITO Head Coach Football

DAVE CARTY Head Coach Lacrosse

CLAUDIA STABILE Head Coach Softball

JOSEPH O’DONNELL Director of Athletics Joe O’Donnell enters his 14th 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.

TOPE AIYEGBO Head Coach Cheerleading

SAM MILLER Head Coach Equestrian

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.

WILLIAM NATLO Head Coach M/W Swimming & Diving

RICH CORSETTI Head Coach M/W Tennis

KARRIN MOORE Head Coach Women’s Volleyball

JEN MAYO Head Coach Cross Country/ Track and Field

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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: 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.


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


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 12,700 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: 100 undergraduate majors offering 27 undergraduate and graduate degrees, 47 master’s programs, and four doctoral programs Enrollment: Undergraduates - 7,807 Graduate Students - 4,402 Law Students - 855 Total - 12,704 Enrollment by Gender: Percentage male students 40% Percentage female students 60% Undergraduate by School-Matriculated: Dyson College of Arts and Sciences - 3,027 Lienhard School of Nursing - 491 Lubin School of Business - 2,868 School of Education - 205 Ivan G. Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems - 668 Other - 548 Resident vs. Commuter: Both Campuses Undergraduate Residents 36% Undergraduate Commuters 64% Graduate Residents 20% Graduate Commuters 80% Undergraduate Student Diversity: White (Non-Hispanic) 51% Asian 11% Black 11% Hispanic 14% Other 13% Total number of undergraduate students: New York City Campus - 4,763 Westchester Campus - 3,043


POINTS OF PRIDE Points of PridePace University’s liberal arts learning combined with professional education has helped generations of Pace students achieve greatness both before and after graduation. Our undergraduate and graduate programs, faculty, students, and alumni have garner numerous awards every year. Read on to learn more about all the ways Pace is proud of its achievements. Recognition: - Twenty-six Pace students have been awarded prestigious Fulbright Scholarships since 2002. - Pace University is home to Bravo’s Inside the Actors Studio, hosted by James Lipton, and to the world-renowned Actors Studio Master’s in Fine Arts program. - The Lubin School of Business is among fewer than three percent of business schools internationally that have both business and accounting accreditation from Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the premier accrediting organization for business schools in the world. - The Environmental Law Program at Pace Law School ranks number three in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report. - In U.S.News & World Report's "America's Best Graduate Schools" 2009 survey, Lubin's part-time MBA program ranked 26th nationwide. Lubin has consistently ranked among the top programs nationwide for several years. BusinessWeek has ranked Pace University among the top 50 colleges and universities in the U.S. in 2008 for graduates with the highest earning potential, nearly matching the earnings potential of Yale graduates. - The Environmental Law Program at Pace Law School consistently ranks number three in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report. - The Family Nurse Practitioner graduate program in the Lienhard School of Nursing is ranked ninth in the nation by U.S. News and World Report, and has only two top-tier peers in the northeast United States: Yale and Columbia. - The Ivan G. Seidenberg School of Computer Science is the only academic institution in the U.S. to be awarded an IBM BladeCenter System, a sophisticated machine that supports high performance server side computing, and one of only 59 schools in the U.S. to be designated as a National Center of Excellence in Information Assurance by the National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security. - Lubin is the largest undergraduate private four year business school in the Metro New York area and the ninth largest AACSBaccredited private business school in the United States. - Bowman's Accounting Report ranked Pace, with 112 partners in the Big Four accounting firms, 17th nationwide among schools with alumni partners in these firms. 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 Pace University’s historic mission retains its central importance today: to provide high quality professional education and training coupled with an excellent liberal education to students for whom that education offers the opportunity to lift their lives and prospects to new levels.

VISION Pace is a university dedicated to offering a wide array of programs of education for professions in demand, framed by the perspective and independent critical thinking that comes from an excellent liberal education. In selected areas in each school or center, Pace will offer professional programs that are among the best in the New York tri-state area. Pace will always seek to relate its programs of professional education to the most important currents in those professions, capitalizing on its location in and around New York City to offer students real-world experience through internships and co-operative work experiences, using community service as a learning tool and employing problem-solving and other teaching techniques that re-enforce the relationship between a student’s university experience and professional challenges and satisfactions.


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, eight-lane 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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2010 PACE UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL ROSTER

No.

Player

1 2 3 5 8 9 10 13 14 15 16

Sianna Johnson Sr. Shea Hansen Jr. Victoria Pompilus Sr. Elyse Rowland So. Nora Rugova So. Susan Verdugo-Del Real So. Whitney Hilton Jr.. Shawna Dykens So. Tamilee Webb So. Sara Atai So. Ursula Vero Jr.

Head Coach:

Cl.

Pos.

Ht.

Hometown

High School

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

6-0 5-8 5-10 5-8 5-8 5-11 5-10 5-8 5-7 5-10 5-6

Long Beach, CA Mesa, AZ Mount Vernon, NY Antioch, CA Mt. Kisco, NY Chula Vista, CA Channelview, TX Clifton Parks, NY Hartsdale, NY Setauket, NY Bronx, NY

Long Beach Poly Red Mountain Mount Vernon Deer Valley Fox Lane Southwest Atarcocita Shenendehowa Ardsley Ward Melville Cardinal Spellman

Karrin Moore (Northeastern /1st Season)



2010 Pace Volleyball Media Guide