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2010 Media GUide


2010 Men’s Volleyball

#1 Jason Borchin Senior • OH

#2 Kevin Downing Senior • S

#3 Nikola Vukicevic Freshman • MB

#4 Mark Bauhs Senior • L

#5 Matthew Houlihan Freshman • OH

#6 Patrick Tunnell Freshman • S

#7 Nicolaas Schenk Sophomore • OPP

#8 Dylan Walker Sophomore • OH

#9 Adam Troy Freshman • OH

#10 Chaz Hindsley Sophomore • MB

#11 Clay Ostrander Senior • OPP

#12 Taylor Hughes Freshman • OH

#13 Sean Daley Sophomore • MB

#14 Ryan Spencer Sophomore • OH

#15 Florian Gornik Sophomore • OH

#17 Kevin Pratte Senior • OH

#19 Marcian Evans Freshman • MB

#20 Christian Ahlin Freshman • MB

#22 Jeremy Kaimikaua Freshman • S

Head Coach Joe Wortmann 18th Season

Assistant Coach Jeff Hall Third Season

Assistant Coach Al Johnson Fourth Season

#23 Ryan Arthur Junior • MB

Team Manager Akira Moriguchi Second Season


Table of Contents

Quick Facts ..................................................................1 2010 Roster ................................................................2 Season Preview .......................................................4-5 Head Coach...............................................................6-7 Assistant Coaches ................................................. 8-9 Volleyball Staff .........................................................10 Player Profiles..................................................... 11-26 2009 Season Review................................................28 2009 Overall Statistics.............................................29 2009 Conference Statistics.....................................30 2009 Player Statistics..............................................31 MPSF Review..............................................................32 Record Book.........................................................34-36 All-Time Series Records.....................................38-39 All-Time Results...................................................40-42 Opponents..........................................................43 MPSF Information.....................................................44 University.........................................................45-47 Academics......................................................48-49 Athletic Administration.............................................50 Staff Directory............................................................51 Strength & Performance..........................................52 Athletic Training.........................................................53 Athletic Facilities.................................................54-55 Volleyball Alumni.......................................................56

Quick Facts

Location....................................... Stockton, California Mascot.................................................................. Tigers Colors.................................................. Orange & Black Affilitation........................................... NCAA Division I Conference........Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Founded...1851 (California’s first charted university) Enrollment .......................................................... 6,235 President .................................. Dr. Pamela A. Eibeck Director of Athletics .................................... Lynn King Athletic Department Phone............ (209) 946-2472

Media Relations

Assistant AD for Communications .... Mike Millerick Men’s Volleyball Contact ........... Angela Bertocchini abertocchini@pacific.edu Office Phone ..................................... (209) 946-2479 Media Relations Fax ........................ (209) 946-2757 Internet Address ................... www.pacifictigers.com Mailing Address .....3601 Pacific Ave., Stockton, CA 95211

Volleyball Information Head Coach .............. Joe Wortmann, 18th Season Assistant Coach ................... Jeff Hall, Third Season Assistant Coach ........... Al Johnson, Fourth Season Volleyball Office Phone................... (209) 946-2724 Volleyball 08-09 Record (MPSF Finish)..3-28(12th) Home Facility ........................ Alex G. Spanos Center

Credits The 2009-10 Pacific Men’s Volleyball Media Guide was created and designed by Angela Bertocchini with editorial assistance from Ben Laskey, Monique Moyal, Mike Millerick, the media relations staff, and the volleyball coaching staff. Photo credit to George Steckler, Meghan Camino, Matt Brown, Stan Liu, Ken Delgado of www.kendelgard.com and Pacific Staff. This guide was printed by Pacific Duplicating.

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No. Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 19 20 22 23

Pos. Ht./Wt.

Jason Borchin OH Kevin Downing S Nikola Vukicevic MB Mark Bauhs LIB Matthew Houlihan OH Patrick Tunnell S Nicolaas Schenk OPP Dylan Walker OH Adam Troy OH Chaz Hindsley MB Clay Ostrander OPP Taylor Hughes OH Sean Daley MB Ryan Spencer OH Florian Gornik OH Kevin Pratte OH Marcian Evans MB Christian Ahlin MB Jeremy Kaimikaua S Ryan Arthur MB

6-4/190 6-6/245 6-6/210 5-11/158 6-4/154 6-4/185 6-4/175 6-4/165 6-4/160 6-7/175 6-5/220 6-7/195 6-7/201 6-2/195 6-7/200 6-2/180 6-6/190 6-7/185 6-3/175 6-10/195

Year (Exp.)

Hometown (Previous School)

SR (2L) Roseville, Calif. (Sacramento State) SR (1L) Poipu, Hawaii (El Camino JC) FR (HS) Belgrade, Serbia (Sport Gymnasium Belgrade) SR (3L) Danville, Calif. (San Ramon Valley HS) FR (HS) San Jose, Calif. (Saint Francis HS) FR (HS) Tucson, Ariz. (Salpointe Catholic HS) RS SO (1L) Kamuela, Hawaii (Hawaii Preparatory) SO (1L) La Canada, Calif. (Flintridge Preparatory) FR (HS) Loomis, Calif. (Jesuit High School) RS SO (1L) Northfield, Ill. (New Trier Township HS) RS SR (2L) Wheaton, Ill. (Endicott College) RS FR (RS) Fallbrook, Calif. (Fallbrook Union HS) RS SO (1L) Moorpark, Calif. (Moorpark HS) RS SO (RS) Santa Maria, Calif. (Saint Joseph HS) SO (TR) Schwechat, Austria (Park University) SR (3L) Hemet, Calif. (Hemet HS) FR (HS) Sacramento, Calif. (Monterey Trail HS) FR (HS) Willetka, Ill. (New Trier High School) RS FR (RS) Honolulu, Hawaii (Punahou HS) JR (2L) Elizabeth Lake, Calif. (Los Angeles Pierce College)

2010 Roster

Coaches

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Head Coach - Joe Wortmann (Loyola Marymount ‘78, Pacific ‘98, 18th Season) Assistant Coach - Jeff Hall (Pacific ‘99, Third Season) Assistant Coach - Al Johnson (Chaminade ‘81, Fourth Season) Team Manager - Akira Moriguchi (Second Season)

Pronunciation Guide Nikola Vukicevic: Neek-o-la Vuk-i-sev-itch Mark Bauhs: B-ouse (Sounds like “house”) Patrick Tunnell: Tuh-nel Nicolaas Schenk: Shank Chaz Hindsley: HI-nds-lee Christian Ahlin: All-in Jeremy Kaimikaua: KAI-mi-COW-a Akira Moriguchi: Ah-keer-a More-e-goo-chi

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Mark Bauhs

Bauhs continues his quest this season to rise up on among all-time dig •3• Media guide leaders. With 504 total2010 digs, Mark starts the season as No. 7 all-time.


The Pacific men’s volleyball team is ready to attack the 2010 season. Coming off a 3-28 season, the team looks to make great strides to becoming a top team once again. Graduating seniors, Jeff Hendershot, Joe Forbes, and Kevin Pratte, opened up three starting positions, which the team has answered with several additions during the off-season. The Tigers have the experience, the determination, and the talent to make this season an exciting one, as they become a powerful team in the MPSF and nation. Head coach Joe Wortmann understood the task he had during the off-season. Entering into his 18th season as head coach, he is no stranger to rebuilding teams. With assistant coaches Jeff Hall and Al Johnson, Wortmann has brought Pacific a very talented recruiting class for the 2010 season. With the signing of eight recruits, the team added height and several years of potential for the program. The newcomers are Patrick Tunnell (Tucson, Ariz.), Nikola Vukicevik (Belgrade, Serbia), Matthew Houlihan (San Jose, Calif.), Adam Troy (Loomis, Calif.), Florian Gornik (Schwechal, Austria), Marcian Evans (Sacramento, Calif.), Christian Ahlin (Willetka, Ill.), and Ryan Arthur (Elizabeth Lake, Calif.).

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Senior setter Kevin Downing (Poipu, Hawaii) will be the starting setter for the Tigers as he earned his spot during the preseason tournaments that Pacific competed in. Pacific will also have the option of 6’4” newcomer, Tunnell, who is considered to be one of the top incoming setters in the nation.

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At outside hitter, the Tigers will look to sophomore Nicolaas Schenk (Kamuela, Hawaii) for his hitting and blocking skills. Playing in only 50 games last season, Schenk recorded 93 kills and 21 blocks. With more playing time this season, he will be able to improve on those numbers. Senior Jason Borchin (Roseville, Calif.) will remain a key starter for the Tigers, as his passing skills are vital to the Tigers’ defensive game. With sophomore Dylan Walker (La Canada, Calif.), freshmen Taylor Hughes (Fallbrook, Calif.) and Ryan Spencer (Santa Maria, Calif.) coming off the bench, the Tigers will have depth in the position. Back for his sophomore year is middle blocker Sean Daley (Moorpark, Calif.), who proved he was a force to reckon with during his freshman season. Freshman Vukicevik will also play middle blocker for the Tigers, and will bring experience as a player from the Serbian Junior National Volleyball Team. Sophomore Chaz Hindsley (Northfield, Ill.), who hit .269 last season in 40 games played, will be a great offensive player off the bench.

Nicolaas Schenk

Senior Clay Ostrander (Wheaton, Ill.) will play as opposite, during his final season at Pacific. Sophomore Gornik, who ranked in the top-30 in the Austrian’s First Division 2007-08, will also be a passing opposite for the Tigers. Senior Mark Bauhs (Danville, Calif.) fills the position of libero. With 504 digs in his career at Pacific, Bauhs, currently seventh all-time, will continue to rise to the top of the program’s leaderboard amongst career dig leaders this season. Freshman Jeremy Kaimikaua (Honolulu,

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Hawaii) will be looked to as a serving specialist for his skills behind the line. Coach Wortmann is excited about the improvements made for this season.

With this team of experienced veterans and talented newcomers, the Tigers have the opportunity to making quite a showing in the 2010 season. Pacific took the right steps to rebuild a team that has struggled in recent years and it looks to pay off now and for seasons to come.

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“I believe that this year will be the most competitive season in the history of the MPSF,” says coach Wortmann. “Every team in the league has gotten better. We had a very good fall season and have improved at every position from last season. We will be starting a very young squad, however, one that is the most physical and athletic that we have put on the floor in many years. With the addition of an excellent freshman setter in Pat Tunnell and the improvement of Kevin Downing, our setter position has solidified. We have the capability of competing with every team. Our strengths will be our serving and our ball control. Passers Mark Bauhs and Jason Borchin have the most experience on the team and will set the tone for the Nikola Vukicevic speed and success of a retooled and quicker offense. The addition of sophomore Florian Gornik as an outside hitter adds experience and height at the pins. Newcomer Nikola Vukecevic is a powerful and hard working middle blocker who will compliment the steady and reliable play of returning sophomore middle blocker Sean Daley. For the first time in a while, we have depth at every position. Key players who need to step up and contribute to make this team compete are senior Clay Ostrander, sophomores Chaz Hindsley and Nick Schenk as well as freshman Taylor Hughes. This is going to be a wild year in the MPSF.”

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Joe Wortmann head coach 18th season •LMU , 1978; MS Pacif ic, 1998•

Joe Wortmann, the 2003 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Co-Coach of the Year and 1996 Coach of the Year, is entering his 18th season as the head coach of Pacific men’s volleyball program. Wortmann came to Pacific in 1989 as an assistant to John Dunning with the women’s program and served under Dunning for three years. He brought with him an extensive list of coaching experiences with younger players, coming to Pacific from Newbury Park High School in Newbury Park, Calif., where he was head coach of the girls’ team from 1986-89. He also coached several volleyball clubs, including the Stockton Volleyball Club in 1990, the Zuma Bay Volleyball Club in Agoura, Calif., in 1989, and the SoCal Volleyball Club in Calabasas, Calif., from 1985 to 1987.

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Wortmann upgraded the Pacific men’s volleyball program from club status to NCAA Division I status in 1992. In just its fourth year as a Division I program, Pacific qualified for its first playoff appearance, while competing in the best collegiate conference in the country.

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In 1995, Wortmann was selected to coach the USA Youth National Team, which competed in the World Championships in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where he discovered former Tiger standout Vladimir Andric. During the 1996 season, the Tigers were ranked as high as No. 7 in the nation and for the first time, defeated perennial powers Stanford, USC (twice), Pepperdine, BYU, and Cal State Northridge. Pacific’s 1997 season began January 10-11 at the UC Santa Barbara Tournament with a first-ever win over defending national champion UCLA. The 1999 season saw Wortmann and his squad defeat two Top-10 teams in one weekend, by defeating USC 3-1 and sweeping No. 3 Long Beach State. Pacific also defeated conference rival Stanford in both meetings in 1999, with the matches ending 3-2. In the second meeting, Pacific won the rally game by a score of 23-21. In 2000, Wortmann led the squad to victory against No. 8 BYU in five games. The Tigers were down 2-0, but quickly pulled off the next three games to defeat the Cougars. In 2001, Wortmann led his squad past two No. 1 teams by sweeping Long Beach State on February 3 and battling back to win in five games against BYU on March 31. Pacific was again down 2-0 before sweeping the remaining three games. The team started the season ranked No. 13 in the nation, reaching a peak

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at the No. 10 spot. The Tigers finished the season ranked No. 11 in the nation with a record of 10-13 overall. In the 2002 season, Wortmann guided the Tigers to victory over No. 1 ranked Pepperdine on February 21. The Tigers peaked at No. 11 after a streak of five wins in seven matches, including the Pepperdine victory. The Tigers finished the season with a 10-18 record. 2003 ranked as the third most successful season for the Tigers as they finished with a .563 winning percentage. Once again, Pacific took out the No. 1 team in the land as they swept Pepperdine on March 28. During the season, the Tigers moved as high in the national rankings as No. 4, helping earn Wortmann his second Coach of the Year award. Despite struggling in 2004, Wortmann guided the Tigers to some big conference wins, knocking off No. 5 UC Santa Barbara at the Spanos Center on January 29. The Tigers nearly took down the No.1 team in the nation for the fourth consecutive season, taking No. 1 UCLA to five games before falling. Pacific ended on an up-swing, defeating No. 10 Stanford in back-to-back matches. Following a 2005 season that saw the Tigers finish ranked No. 13 in the Nation, Wortmann was selected and coached Team USA at the World University Games in Europe during the summer months following the season. He led a team of experianced college players and former World University Game members, including former Tiger Brian Zodrow. Coach Wortmann led a young Tiger squad to a win at the Dino Cup in the fall of 2005, leading to a confident team hitting the floor for the 2006 season. With just one senior on the roster, the Tigers were still able to compete at high level while finishing 10th in the MPSF.

Joe and his wife, Sharon, live in Stockton with their two sons, Christopher and Patrick.

The Reign of wortmann year wins losses percentage 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

2 8 7 17 16 9 14 10 10

18 18 16 10 11 18 11 17 13

.100 .308 .304 .630 .592 .333 .592 .370 .435

year wins losses 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total:

10 18 10 12 8 14 4 3 172

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18 14 19 18 20 17 24 28 290

percentage .357 .563 .345 .400 .285 .452 .143 .097 .372

joe wortmann

Wortmann graduated Cum Laude from Loyola Marymount University in 1978 with bachelor’s degrees in philosophy and religious studies. Wortmann received his California Teacher’s Credential from Cal State Northridge in 1986. In 1991, he received his USVBA CAP Level II Coaching Certification. In May 1998, he graduated with a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Pacific.

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Jeff hall assistant coach third season •pacific, 1999•

Jeff Hall returned to Pacific in 2008 after one of the most stories men’s volleyball careers at Pacific. Hall was named the teams’ Offensive Player of the Year in 1993 and 1994 in his two years as a Tiger. He enters his third season alongside Head Coach Joe Wortmann this season. Hall comes to Pacific after coaching for over 10 years at the club, high school, junior college and recently at the four year collegiate level. He was the head coach of the No. 1 ranked Seaside 18’s team in Del Mar for seven seasons, and won the gold medal at the Junior Olympics in Minneapolis in the summer of 2006. His club teams have had seven top ten finishes nationally with five in the top five.

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In other coaching experience, Hall was the first assistant at Grossmont College for five seasons, where his teams finished fifth in the state twice.

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Jeff’s main duties aside from coaching, are the scouting and recruiting coordinator for the program as well as the academic progress coordiator for the players. The St. Paul, Minn. native returns back in Tiger territory after a three year stint with University of California, San Diego (UCSD). While working as an assistant with the volleyball program, he focused on the teams’ middle blockers. Hall helped guide the UCSD women’s volleyball team to the NCAA Division II elite eight, their season ended in the quarterfinals. Additionally he coached locally at Mission Bay High School for three years. Prior to Pacific, Hall played volleyball at Orange Coast JC, where he earned First-Team All Orange Empire Conference honors. Hall also attended and played at Park College where he was also named Offensive Player of the Year, as well as an All-American at the A.A.U. Junior Nationals competition. After earning his bachelor’s degree of fine arts in graphic design in 1999, he was selected to the United States Olympic Festival in the summers of both 1993 and 1994. He played on the beach for the AVP professionally for four seasons. Jeff and his wife Jayme, have two daughters, Dylan Makela born in November of 2005 and the newest family member, Devon Hana, born in August 2007. “His passion for coaching and teaching is evident in his daily preparation and enthusiasm while on the court,” says Coach Wortmann. “The players are overjoyed to have him here and I am so proud to call Jeff a colleague and to have him represent this program.”

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Al Johnson assistant coach fourth season •chaminade, 1981•

Johnson is entering his fourth season as assistant coach for Pacific men’s volleyball, coaching women’s volleyball for the first two of those four years. However, Al has been associated with Pacific volleyball for the past 14 years as coach and co-director of Tiger summer camps. It was in 2006 when he assumed the role of volunteer assistant coach and this year was promoted to assistant coach. Among his duties as assistant coach are coordinating the video and training the setters and team defense. Al came to Pacific with several years of coaching experience. Prior to becoming an assistant coach for the Tigers, he coached at the University of Texas at El Paso. One of his duties as assistant coach was recruiting. Johnson was the academic liaison for the volleyball team while also creating and implementing strength and conditioning exercises for the volleyball and track team. He also lectured in the kinesiology department.

Among Johnson’s other experiences was coaching the Flagstaff High School volleyball team to third place in the Arizona State Championships. He was also the founder and director of a Junior Olympic Volleyball Club. In Hawaii, Johnson coached the Hawaii Pacific Rim Women’s Volleyball Program. Al has also coached Northern California regional and USA national high Performance programs. Al began his intercollegiate coaching career at Cal State University, San Bernardino during its inaugural season. He went on to coach at the University of Redlands, New Mexico State and Northern Arizona University. An American Red Cross volunteer, Johnson became the Director of Emergency Services, Preparedness, and Response Manager for the El Paso Area Chapter. Under his supervision, American Red Cross Volunteers responded to the needs of the victims affected by the disastrous Hurricanes Rita and Katrina. “Al is an unbelievable asset to Pacific volleyball. ‘Mr. Defense’ as he’s called, is an excellent coach and one of the kindest and most productive coaches that I know,” said coach Wortmann. “His technical instructional is invaluable, and his ability to take on an instruction role for our managers, in addition to the team is tremendous for our program.”

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Serving in the Air Force, Johnson’s coaching knowledge and experience spans the spectrum. He played and coached the Air Force volleyball teams for over 15 years. As a coach, his military teams won gold medals at the USA volleyball and Armed Forces Championships. He coached the Armed Forces team in the Military World Championships which were held in Hyderabad, India in 2007.

Al, a native of Hawaii, currently resides in Stockton.

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Barb Paris Administrative assistant 26th season

Barb Paris is the administrative assistant for the men’s and women’s volleyball and baseball programs, running the dayto-day operations for all three teams. She is instrumental in Pacific’s success as she coordinates schedules of players and coaches along with businessrelated matters concerning Tiger volleyball. Barb has had the privilege of working with every single head coach in both Pacific men’s and women’s volleyball history. Barb and her husband Mike currently reside in Stockton, Calif. They have two grown children Scott and Staci, a 2001 graduate of Pacific. “Barb is one of the founding members of the men’s volleyball program,” said coach Wortmann. “She has been here since its inception, and is the glue that holds us all together. She is a great friend, and is a valuable part of our family here at Pacific. She is always the first person to meet the new freshmen, and always the last one to hug the graduating seniors. I’m sure every alumnus knows that Barb Paris is Pacific Volleyball.”

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akira moriguchi Team manager second season •osaka international school• Akira enters his second season as the team manager for the men’s volleyball team. His primary duties include assisting with practice operation, administrative responsibilities and other duties as assigned. Akira will also handle the DataVolley repsonsibilities for the program. Moriguchi graduated from Osaka International School in Minoh, Osaka, Japan where he lettered in four sports for the Sabers: basketball, badminton, baseball and volleyball. Akira was named the most valuable player of the Western Japan Athletic Association Spiker Classic in 2007. Moriguchi was also a standout outside the gym as he was named the Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2008. Akira Moriguchi is the son of Isao and Gina Moriguchi and has two sibilings, Arie and Kento. In his second year at Pacific, Akira is studying computer engineering.

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mark Bauhs 5-11 Senior libero danville,calif. San ramon valley hs

2009 (Junior): Mark was a key utility player for the Tigers during his junior season, appearing in all 31 matches. He started the season off as the setter, ending the year with 560 assists, giving him a career total of 628 and putting him No. 8 among career assist leaders at Pacific. He finished the season as the libero, with 208 digs, making him No. 9 among single season dig leaders. With a total of 504 career digs, Bauhs has earned the No. 7 spot in career digs.

2007 (Freshman): In his first season at Pacific, Bauhs was given the starting libero job midway through the season, upon the departure of senior Andreas Baboulidis. Mark appeared in 61 games over 23 matches for the Tigers. Bauhs earned 65 digs over the season, including a season-high 11 digs versus Cal State Northridge on Mar. 31. Mark led the Tigers in digs in three matches. High School: Bauhs attended San Ramon Valley High School in Danville, Calif., where he was a four year letter winner for the Wolves. Mark was twice named the MVP of the North Coast Section, while also earning All-League honors four times. During Bauhs four year career, San Ramon Valley posted an overall record of 130-14 for head coach Sean Stratton. At the club level, Mark competed for the Diablo Valley Volleyball Club. Personal: Mark Bauhs is the son of Teri and Tom Bauhs, and has an older brother Scott. Bauhs is a business major in his fourth year at Pacific.

Career Statistics

Year 2009 2008 2007 Total

GP Kills Errors 107 25 7 100 2 1 61 0 0 268 27 8

Att. 53 3 0 56

% Assists Aces .340 560 11 .333 54 0 .000 14 0 .339 628 11

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Digs 208 231 65 504

Blocks 27 0 0 27

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2008 (Sophomore): Getting his first full season at libero, Mark appeared in all 28 matches for the Tigers. Bauhs led the team in digs with 231, and finished the season with a team-leading 2.31 digs per game average, which placed him No. 12 in the nation in digs per game average.

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jason borchin 6-4 Senior outside hitter roseville,calif. sacramento state

2009 (Junior): Jason started 31 matches for the Tigers during his second year at Pacific. As an outside hitter, he was third on the team in total kills for the season with 212, adding to his career total of 444 kills. Borchin also recorded 167 digs and lead the Tigers with 19 service aces.

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2008 (Sophomore): In his first year with the Tigers, Jason made an immediate impact on the team. Appearing in 25 matches for Pacific, he finished third on the team in kills per game with 2.58 and third in total kills with 232. Borchin also brought his game to the defensive front as he finished second on the team with 25 service aces.

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Previous School (Sacramento State): Jason was a standout hitter for the Hornets, earning first team all-league honors in 2006, as well as being named the team’s Most Valuable Player. In 2007, Borchin was named Defensive Player of the Year, as well as once again receiving first team all-league honors. High School: Jason graduated from Oakmont High School in Roseville, Calif., where he was a tremendous three sport athlete. Borchin lettered four years in water polo, two years in basketball, and three years in volleyball. From 2003-05 Jason was named the volleyball team’s Most Valuable Player. Borchin also received Second Team All-Sierra Foothill League honors in 2003, First Team All-Sierra Foothill League honors in 2004, and in 2005 was voted the Sierra Foothill League Most Valuable Player. Jason played club volleyball for Sacramento Volleyball Club and was named to the All-Tournament Team at Junior Olympics in 2004 and 2005. Personal: Jason Borchin is the son of Robert and Christie Borchin. He has two siblings, a brother Jake, and a sister Sherry. In his third year at Pacific, Jason is majoring in sport sciences.

Career Statistics

Year GP 2009 107 2008 90

Kills Errors 212 138 232 121

Total 197

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Att. % Assists Aces 641 .115 24 19 577 .192 16 25

259 1218 .152

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Blocks 53 40

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kevin downing 6-6 Senior setter Poipu, Hawaii El camino college

2009 (Junior): Entering into his first year at Pacific, Kevin played in 25 of the 31 matches of the season. Playing the role of a back-up setter, he accumulated 102 assists on the year, averaging 1.82 assists per game and a .358 setting percentage. He was also looked upon to serve late in games and recorded seven service aces over the season.

High School: Downing graduated from Kauai High School in Lihue, Hawaii where he was a two-sport athlete for the Red Raiders, lettering in both basketball and volleyball. In 2003 and 2004 Downing received All-Kawai Interscholastic Federation for his performance on the volleyball court. Downing was also named to the Principal’s List and National Honors Society for his academic achievements. Personal: Kevin Downing is the son of Don and Hedy Downing, and has three older siblings: Paul, Jen, and Kim. In his second year at Pacific, Kevin is majoring in sports medicine.

Career Statistics

Year GP Kills Errors 2009 56 7 4

Att. % Assists Aces 21 .143 102 7

Digs 18

Blocks 6

Total 56

21 .143

18

6

7

4

102

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Previous School (El Camino College): Kevin graduated from El Camino College in Torrance, Calif., where he was a two-year letter winner in volleyball for the Warriors. A standout opposite hitter at ECC, Downing earned First Team All-South Coast Conference honors while with the Warriors. In two seasons he totalled 531 kills for his career. Successful off the court as well, Kevin was named to the Dean’s List for his academic achievements at ECC.

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clay ostrander 6-5 Senior opposite Wheaton, Ill. Endicott College

2009 (RS Junior): Clay played in 22 of the 31 matches in 2009, recording 79 kills. He averaged 1.52 kills per game. He also had 30 digs, 14 blocks, and seven service aces during his time of play. 2008 (Junior): Clay saw time in 24 matches for the Tigers in 2008, totaling 60 kills on the year. Using his aggressive serving, Ostrander finished fourth on the team in service aces with six on the year.

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2007 (Sophomore): Clay sat out the 2007 season due to NCAA transfer regulations.

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Previous School (Endicott College): Ostrander was named to the First-Team All-New England Division by the NECVA as a standout outside hitter for the Gulls. He led the team with 460 kills (4.30 per game), 56 aces (0.52 per game), and 556.5 points. He also had 235 digs (2.20 per game) and 63 blocks (0.59 per game). High School: Clay attended Wheaton Warrenville South High School in Wheaton, Ill where he was a three sport standout in volleyball, football and hockey. Clay led the Tigers to a perfect 41-0 record in 2004 for coach Bill Scheiner. Personal: Clay Ostrander is the son of Lee and Marie Ostrander and has a younger sister, Sarah, and brother, Connor. Clay is a business major in his fourth year at Pacific.

Career Statistics

Year GP 2009 52 2008 64

Kills Errors 79 44 64 53

Att. % Assists Aces 183 .191 3 7 192 .036 1 6

Total 116

143

375 .123

97

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Blocks 14 13

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17 kevin Pratte 6-2 sENIOR Outside hitter hemet, calif. hemet hs

2009 (Senior): After graduating in spring 2009, Pratte decided to continue his eligibility for the 2010 season. He spent the fall working with the Nebraska women’s volleyball team as a graduate assistant. Playing in 84 games for the Tigers in the 2009 season, he racked 163 kills, averaging 1.94 a game. Kevin was third most on the team in digs, with 134, making him a threat from all areas of the court. 2008 (Sophomore): Kevin appeared in 70 games over 24 matches for Pacific in 2008, making his first career start on April 5th vs. UC San Diego at the Alex G. Spanos Center. Kevin finished the year with 27 kills and 26 digs, playing in a utility role for the Tigers. 2007 (RS Freshman): Kevin played in 33 games over 18 matches for the Tigers. In his first year of eligibility, Pratte was primarily used as a serving specialist. Kevin played a utility role for most of the season, and added depth to the Tigers’ roster.

High School: Kevin graduated from Hemet High School in Hemet, California. A two-sport athlete; Pratte lettered four times as a volleyball player and twice as a point guard for the basketball team. He led the Bulldogs to the San Andreas Conference Title in 2004 and 2005, collecting a 18-2 record his junior year and leading Hemet to a 20-2 record his senior season. Individually Pratte was three-time AllSan Andreas League selection as well as the San Andreas MVP in 2004 and 2005. He was also named First Team All-Area in 2004 and a 2005 All-Region selection. He was named to the CIF All-Team twice. He once recorded 33 kills in one match and 11 aces in another during his senior season. Personal: Kevin is the son of Bob and Francie Pratte. He has one sibling, Alexis. He graduated with a degree in sports sciences in the May 2009. Kevin’s grandfather, Bob Pratte Sr. played football for USC.

Career Statistics

Year 2009 2008 2007 Total

GP Kills Errors Att. 84 163 92 445 70 27 16 81 33 2 0 4 187 192 108 530

% Assists Aces .160 10 10 .136 5 4 .500 0 2 .164 15 16

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Digs 134 26 4 164

Blocks 45 8 0 53

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2006 (Freshman): Kevin used his redshirt option during the 2006 season.

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23 Ryan arthur

6-10 junior middle blocker elizabeth lake, calif. los angeles pierce college

Previous School (Los Angeles Pierce College): Ryan attended Los Angeles Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif., where he earned two letters in volleyball.

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High School: Ryan graduated from Canyon High School in Santa Clarita, Calif. He played middle blocker and lettered twice. In 2006 Ryan earned All-Tournament in the Arcadia Tournament and was All-Tournament honors in 2007 in the Vegas Tournament.

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Personal: Ryan Arthur was born in Los Angeles, Calif. He is the son of Robin Haviland and Bill Arthur and has a younger sister, Alicia. In his junior year at Pacific, Ryan is a computer engineering major. Off the court, he enjoys building things, making music, and bike riding.

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13 sean Daley

6-7 Sophomore middle blocker moorpark, calif. moorpark hs

2009 (RS Freshman): Sean was a dominant middle blocker for the Tigers, starting in all 31 matches during his first season of play, as he used his redshirt option during the 2008 season. He was second on the team in kills with 227 over the year, with an average of 2.14 kills per game and a hitting percentage of .369. He lead the team in total blocks, accumulating 113 total, and 100 block assists, which put him number nine among single season block assist leaders. The numbers Daley put up during his freshman season earned him All-MPSF Honorable Mention for the 2009 season. 2008 (Freshman): Sean used his redshirt option during the 2008 season.

Personal: Sean Daley is the son of Peter and Debra Daley. He has two sisters, his twin Chelsea, and Christy. In his third year at Pacific, Sean is majoring in computer engineering.

Career Statistics

Year GP Kills Errors 2009 106 227 60

Att. % Assists Aces 453 .369 14 13

Total 106

453 .369 14

227

60

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Blocks 113 113

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High School: Sean graduated from Moorpark High School in Moorpark, Calif. Sean played club volleyball for Club Spectrum.

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f lorin gornik

6-7 sophomore outside hitter Schwechat, Austria park university

Freshman (Park University): Florian played volleyball at Park University for his freshman year. High School: Florian graduated from HTL Vienna Rennweg in Vienna, Austria, where he played volleyball. Personal:

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Florian Gornik was born in Vienna, Austria to Walter and Gabriele Gornik. He is a business

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marketing major during his first year at Pacific. In his free time he enjoys skiing, mountain biking, kite surfing, and traveling.

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10 chaz hindsley

6-7 Sophomore middle blocker Northfield, Ill. New Trier Township HS

2009 (Freshman): Playing middle blocker during 21 of the 31 matches over the 2009 season, Chaz recorded 40 kills, averaging one kill per game. He also had a .917 serving percentage, committing only 10 errors in 121 attempts and recording five service aces. 2008 (Freshman): Chaz used his redshirt option during the 2008 season.

Personal: Charles Hindsley is the son of Paul and Maureen Hindsley, and he has three siblings, Peter, Claire, and Maddie. In his third year at Pacific, Chaz is majoring in business.

Career Statistics

Year GP Kills Errors 2009 40 40 15

Att. % Assists Aces 93 .269 3 5

Total 40 40

93 .269

15

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Digs 8 8

Blocks 20 20

player prof iles

High School: Chaz graduated from New Trier Township High School in Winnetka, Ill., where he was a three sport letter winner in football, basketball, and volleyball. Hindsley was awarded the JKB Leadership Award, as well as helped to guide his team to consecutive conference championships in 2006 and 2007. His team finished second in the state championships in 2007 as well. Chaz played club volleyball for Adversity Volleyball Club.

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nicolaas Schenk 6-4 Sophomore opposite Kamuela, Hawaii Hawaii Preparatory Academy

2009 (RS Freshman): Nicolaas played in 24 matches during his first season of play at Pacific. Providing depth as an opposite, Schenk totaled 93 kills, averaging 1.86 per game. He also accumulated eight service aces, 45 digs, and 21 total blocks.

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2008 (Freshman): Nick used his redshirt option during the 2008 season.

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High School: Nick graduated from Hawaii Preparatory Academy in Kamuela, Hawaii, where he lettered in both volleyball and basketball. Nick received the coaches award from 2004 to 2005 and was league MVP of the BIIF Conference from 2006-2007. Nick was also awarded Second Team All-BIIF Conference in 2007. Nick played club volleyball for Ho’opa Hawaii Volleyball Club and was club MVP in 2007. Personal: Nicolaas Schenk is the son of Frank and Johnette Schenk, and he has two brothers, Nathan and Noah. In his third year at Pacific, Nick is majoring in business.

Career Statistics

Year GP Kills Errors Att. % Assists Aces 2009 50 93 65 273 .103 3 8 Total 50 93

65

273 .103

3

8

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Blocks 21

45

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14 ryan spencer

6-2 Sophomore outside hitter Santa Maria, calif. saint joseph hs

2008 (Freshman) Ryan used his redshirt option during the 2008 season. High School: Ryan graduated from Saint Joseph High School in Santa Maria, Calif., where he lettered three years in volleyball. During his sophomore and junior years, Spencer earned Second Team and First Team All-Los Padres League honors. His senior year in 2007, Spencer was named the Most Valuable Player of the Los Padres League. Spencer was also able to maintain a strong 3.4 GPA, earning him academic honors as well.

Ryan Spencer is the son of Ray and Jo Anne Spencer. In his third year at Pacific, Ryan is an exploratory major.

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Personal:

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dylan walker 6-4 Sophomore outside hitter La Canada, Calif. Flintridge Preparatory

2009 (Freshman): Appearing in 27 matches during his freshman season, Dylan recorded 57 kills, averaging 1.02 kills per game. He also accumulated six service aces and 45 digs as an outside hitter for the Tigers.

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High School: Dylan graduated from Flintridge Preparatory School in La Canada, Calif. where he was a fivetime letter winner in both volleyball and basketball. In the 2007 and 2008 seasons, Walker was named Prep League MVP, and in 2008 also won the All-Area Player of the Year, and was First Team All-CIF in 2008 and 2007. Dylan proved to be a key factor in the offensive force of the Rebels, as he totaled 737 kills over his last two seasons on the team.

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Personal: Dylan Walker is the son of Cardon and Lisa Walker, who played volleyball for the Bruins at UCLA. He has two older siblings, his brother Matt, and sister Kaite. In his second year at Pacific, Dylan plans on majoring in sport sciences, and hopes to be an athletic trainer.

Career Statistics

Year GP Kills Errors Att. % Assists Aces 2009 56 57 42 160 .094 12 6 Total 56 57

42

160 .094

12

6

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Blocks 11 11


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Christian ahlin

6-7 freshman middle blocker Willetka, Ill. New Trier Township HS

High School: Christian attended New Trier High School in Winnetka, Ill., where he lettered in volleyball twice. He was named to third team all-state and all tournament at the Tiger Classic. Christian played for the Adversity volleyball club. The Chicago Sun-Times named him the “Best Blocker” for 2009. Personal: Christian Ahlin was born in Chicago, Ill. He is the son of John Ahlin and Beverly Gaabo and has an older brother, Erik. Christian is an environmental studies major during his first year at Pacific. When he isn’t playing volleyball he enjoys reading and watching TV.

6-6 freshman middle blocker sacramento, Calif. Monterey Trail hs

High School: Marcian is a graduate of Monterey Trail High School in Elk Grove, Calif. He lettered in volleyball and football twice and in wrestling once. He was the MVP for his men’s volleyball team and runner-up athlete of the year in 2009. During his senior year season he had 197 kills, averaging 2.5 a game with 55 solo blocks and 70 total blocks. Personal: Marcian Evans was born in Santa Clara, Calif. He is the son of Shaundra and Marcian Evans and has a younger brother, Christian. During his first year at Pacific, he is majoring in history. Off the court, Marcian enjoys music, TV, and movies.

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19 marc ian evans

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matthew houlihan 6-4 freshman outside hitter san jose, Calif. Saint Francis Hs

High School: Matthew attended Saint Francis High School in Mountain View, Calif., where he played three years of varsity volleyball. He was named to the Second Team All-Western Athletic League in 2007 and the First Team All-Western Athletic League in 2008. He was MVP of the Western Athletic League in 2009. Matthew was CCS Player of the Year in 2009 and Max Preps Scholar Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2009. Saint Francis named him the Outstanding Senior Athlete in 2009. He earned Player of the Year in 2009 by the San Jose Mercury News. He also played for Bay to Bay Volleyball Club. Matthew was an All-American at the Junior Olympics in 2007 and 2008.

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Personal: Matthew Houlihan was born in San Jose, Calif. He is the son of Stephanie and Timothy Houlihan. He has two siblings, Brian and Kelsey. During his first year at Pacific, Matthew is a sports management major. His hobbies include tennis, beach volleyball, and video games.

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taylor hughes 6-7 freshman outside hitter fallbrook, calif. fallbrook union hs

2009 (Freshman): Taylor used his redshirt option during the 2009 season. High School: Taylor graduated from Fallbrook Union High School where he was a two-time letter winner in volleyball for the Warriors. Hughes was named the team MVP in 2007 and 2008 as well as Avocado League Player of the Year in 2008. Hughes recieved First Team All-Avocado League honors in 2007 and 2008, and was named a Third Team All-American in 2008. Taylor was named to the Volleyball Magazine Fab50 list his senior year of high school. Personal: Taylor Hughes is the son of Bill and Lori Hughes, and has two older sisters, Heather and Kristen. In his second year at Pacific, Taylor is studying engineering.

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jeremy kaimikaua 6-3 freshman setter Honolulu, Hawaii Punahou HS

2009 (Freshman): Jeremy used his redshirt option during the 2009 season. High School: Jeremy graduated from Punahou High School in Honolulu, Hawaii where he was a three sport athlete in volleyball, basketball, and baseball. Kaimikaua was named the Interscholastic League of Hawaii Player of the Year in basketball, as well as being named an All-State middle blocker in volleyball. Jeremy played club volleyball for Outrigger Canoe Club in Honolulu, Hawaii. Personal: Jeremy Kaimikaua is the son of James and Joan Kaimikaua and has one older brother, Joshua. In his second first year at Pacific Jeremy is studying computer engineering.

6-4 freshman outside hitter Loomis, Calif. Jesuit Hs

High School: Adam attended Jesuit High School in Carmichael, Calif., where he was a three-time letter winner in volleyball. In 2008, Adam received honorable mention honors and in 2009 he was named to the all-league first team, in addition to earning MVP. Personal: Adam Troy was born in Roseville, Calif. to Michael and Ann Marie Troy. He has an older brother, Anthony. In his first year at Pacific, Adam is studying business. During his free time, he enjoys wakeboarding and snowboarding.

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adam troy

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patrick tunnell 6-4 freshman setter Tucson, Ariz. Salpointe Catholic Hs

High School: Patrick attended Salpointe Catholic High School in Tucson, Ariz. During high school he lettered in golf and volleyball during all four years, and two years in basketball. He earned Southern Arizona Southern MVP in 2008 and 2009. He was also SA Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009. For 2007, 2008, and 2009 he was named to the All-Arizona State Team. Patrick earned Salpointe Athlete of the Year in 2008 and 2009.

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Personal: Patrick Tunnell was born in Wichita, Kan. He is the son of Monica Malone and Jeff Tunnell. Patrick has five older siblings, Kathleen, Christine, Maureen, John, and Scott. In his first year at Pacific, Tunnell is an English major. Off the volleyball court he enjoys table tennis, reading, and writing.

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nikola vukicevic 6-7 freshman middle blocker Belgrade, Serbia Sports Gymnasium Belgrade

High School: Nikola attended Sport Gymnasium Belgrade in Belgrade, Serbia, where he played volleyball. Personal: Nikola Vukicevic was born in Belgrade, Serbia. He is the son of Velimir and Liliana Vukicevic and has a brother Milos. In his first year at Pacific, Nikola is an international business major. Off the court, Nikola enjoys soccer, ping pong, and playing Playstation.

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2009 Season Review

2009 season review dividor

Daley had 113 total blocks last season, to tie for the No. 9 spot among single season total block leaders. 2010 Media guide

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Sean Daley

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The 2009 season did not have the outcome the Tigers had hoped for. By the appearance of the 3-28 record, it looked as though Pacific did not have any upsides over the progress of the season. But to the contrary, the Tigers battled some of the top teams in the nation, despite only taking two victories against UC Santa Cruz and one against Juniata. The seniors, Jeff Hendershot and Joe Forbes, had productive senior years for Pacific. Hendershot led the Tigers with 256 kills, while Forbes was second on the team with 98 total blocks. Play from Sean Daley was another upside for the Tigers. During his freshman season, he had 113 blocks, 227 kills, hitting .369 on the season. Mark Bauhs started the season off as setter, accumulating 560 assists and switched to libero for the second half, digging 208 attacks. Jason Borchin led the Tigers with 19 service aces and with 167 digs, was second on the team, behind Bauhs.

2009 season review

Following the conclusion of the season, Daley’s play was recognized with the nomination of MPSF Honorable Mention.

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2008-2009 Results Overall: 3-28

Date 01/07/09 01/09/09 01/10/09 01/14/09 01/16/09 01/23/09 01/24/09 01/30/09 01/31/09 02/06/09 02/07/09 02/11/09 02/13/09 02/19/09 02/20/09 02/27/09 02/28/09 03/06/09 03/07/09 03/10/09 03/20/09

03/27/09 03/28/09 03/31/09 04/03/09 04/04/09 04/10/09 04/11/09 04/17/09 04/18/09

MPSF: 0-22

Home: 2-12

Away: 1-14

Opponent / Event at UC Santa Cruz at UCSB vs. UCLA vs. BYU vs. Stanford * vs. UC Santa Cruz at Pepperdine * at USC * vs. UC San Diego * vs. Long Beach State * at UCLA * at UC Irvine * vs. Pepperdine * vs. USC * at Cal State Northridge * at UC Santa Barbara * vs. BYU * vs. BYU * at IPFW at IPFW vs. Juniata vs. California Baptist

Location Santa Cruz, Calif. Santa Barbara, Calif. Santa Barbara, Calif. Santa Barbara, Calif. Alex G. Spanos Center Alex G. Spanos Center Malibu, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Alex G. Spanos Center Alex G. Spanos Center Los Angeles, Calif. Irvine, Calif. Alex G. Spanos Center Alex G. Spanos Center Northridge, Calif. Santa Barbara, Calif. Alex G. Spanos Center Alex G. Spanos Center Muncie, Ind. Muncie, Ind. Alex G. Spanos Center Alex G. Spanos Center vs. UC Santa Barbara * Alex G. Spanos Center vs. Cal State Northridge * Alex G. Spanos Center

at Stanford * at UC San Diego * at Long Beach State * at Hawai'i * at Hawai'i * vs. UCLA * vs. UC Irvine *

Stanford, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii

Alex G. Spanos Center Alex G. Spanos Center

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Neutral: 0-2 Result W, 3-0 L, 3-1 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-1 L, 3-1 L, 3-1 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-1 L, 3-0 L, 3-1 L, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 3-1

L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-2 L, 3-1 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-0


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Team Match-by-match

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2009 MPSF statistics

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2009 category Leaders

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2009 mountain pacif ic sports federation standings

1. $^#UC Irvine 2. #Pepperdine 3. #CS Northridge 4. #Stanford 5. %#USC 5. #BYU 7. #Long Beach State 8. #UCLA 9. UC San Diego 10. Hawaii 11. UC Santa Barbara 12. Pacific

CONFERENCE OVERALL W L PCT W L 19 18 16 14 13 13 11 10 8 6 4 0

3 4 6 8 9 9 11 12 14 16 18 22

.864 .818 .727 .636 .591 .591 .500 .455 .364 .273 .182 .000

27 22 24 21 21 17 14 14 13 9 8 3

5 5 7 11 11 13 14 16 15 18 19 28

PCT H .844 .815 .774 .656 .656 .567 .500 .467 .464 .333 .296 .097

13-2 13-2 14-2 11-5 10-3 9-3 9-4 9-4 9-5 9-8 6-10 2-12

A

10-2 8-2 8-4 8-5 8-6 5-8 4-9 4-10 2-10 0-10 2-9 1-14

N

4-1 1-1 2-1 2-1 3-2 3-2 1-1 1-2 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-2

$ UCI NCAA Champion % USC MPSF Tournament Champion, automatic bid to NCAA Championship ^ UCI MPSF Regular Season Champion # MPSF Tournament Appearance

All-mpsf First-team

Student-Athlete Paul Carroll Eric Vance Dean Bittner Murphy Troy Ryan Ammerman Carson Clark Kawika Shoji

Year Senior Senior Junior Sophomore Senior Freshman Junior

School Pepperdine CS Northridge Long Beach State USC UC Irvine UC Irvine Stanford

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All-mpsf second-team

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Andrew Stewart Futi Tavana Jacak Ratajczak Erik Shoji Kevin Wynne Dustin Watten Garrett Muagututa

Junior Freshman Junior Freshman Sophomore Senior Junior

BYU BYU CS Northridge Stanford UC Irvine Long Beach State UCLA

Sean Daley

2009 Honorable Mention

All-mpsf third-team

Spencer McLachlin Brad Lawson Dan Alexander Tony Ciarelli Jordan DuFault Matt Stork Kevin McKniff

Sophomore Freshman Junior Freshman Sophomore Freshman Junior

Stanford Stanford Long Beach State USC UC Irvine CS Northridge CS Northridge

All-mpsf honorable mention

Yamil Perez Taylor Wilson Jeff Menzel Austin Zahn Ali’l Kaohohou Scott Slaughter Phil Bannan Evan Romero Kasey Crider Riley McKibbin Ric Cervantes Sean Grubbs Sean Daley Thomas Amberg

Junior Senior Sophomore Sophomore Junior Sophomore Sophomore Junior Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Junior Freshman Freshman

BYU UC Irvine UC Santa Barbara USC CS Northridge UC Santa Barbara UC San Diego Stanford Pepperdine USC Hawai’i Pepperdine Pacific UCLA

All-mpsf freshman team

Carson Clark Futi Tavana Matt Stork Erik Shoji Tony Ciarelli Brad Lawson Jim Baughman

Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman

UC Irvine BYU CS Northridge Stanford USC Stanford Long Beach State

mpsf player of the year

Paul Carroll

mpsf freshman of the year Carson Clark

mpsf coach of the year Kevin Ring, UC San Diego

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Pacific record book record book dividor

Greg Wakeham

Pacific All-Time kills leader with 1,949. 2010 Media guide

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Individual Match Records Kills 50 • Valdimir Andric vs. Stanford, April 13, 1999 46 • Greg Wakeham vs. San Diego State, April 1, 1995 43 • Greg Wakeham vs. Loyola (Ill.), March 4, 1997

Kills 122 • vs. Hawai’i, April 5, 1997 115 • Loyola (Ill.), March 4, 1997 114 • Penn State, March 10, 1998

Attacks 93 • Greg Wakeham vs. San Diego State, April 1, 1995 91 • Greg Wakeham vs. Loyola (Ill.), March 4, 1997

Attacks 247 • vs Loyola (Ill.), March 4, 1997 235 • vs. UC Santa Barbara, Feb. 17, 1997 230 • vs. UC Irvine, March 6, 1999

Hitting Percentage 1.000 • Ian Crosno vs. La Verne, March 25, 1995 1.000 • Will Freuhling vs. San Diego State, April 6, 1993 .955 • Sean Rodgers vs. USC, April 9, 2004

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Assists 110 • KeAli’i Alexander vs. Hawai’i, April 5, 1997 101 • Dan Fisher vs. Penn State, March 10, 1998 100 • KeAli’i Alexander vs. UC Irvine, March 27, 1997

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team match records

Service Aces 7 • Vladimir Andric vs. USC, March 1, 1997 7 • Nils Dauburs vs. La Verne, February 13, 2004 6 • Dan Fisher vs. UC Santa Barbara, January 29, 1998 6 • Vladimir Andric vs. Hawai’i, April 4, 1997 6 • Andreas Baboulidis vs. Stanford, February 3, 2006 6 • Pekka Seppanen vs. Hawai’i February 22, 2008 Digs 25 • Greg Wakeham vs. UC Santa Barbara, February 17, 1997 22 • Sam Crosson vs. UC Irvine, March 27, 1997 22 • Sam Corsson vs. BYU, March 22, 1997 Blocks 16 • Darrell Dilmore vs. Long Beach State, April 4, 1998 15 • Darrell Dilmore vs. Stanford, March 31, 1999 12 • Six Players / Dilmore vs. Pepperdine, February 18, 2000 Block Solo 9 • Aaron Wachtfogel vs. Southern Cal, January 11, 2003 6 • Greg Wakeham vs. Lewis, February 11, 1995 5 • Greg Wakeham vs. LMU, January 28, 1994

Hitting Percentage .534 • vs. San Diego State, Jan. 31, 1997 .500 • vs. UC Irvine, March 9, 2002 .484 • vs. Springfield College, Feb. 8, 2002 Assists 119 • vs. Hawai’i, April 5, 1997 109 • vs. BYU, Jan. 18, 2000 108 • vs. Loyola (Ill.), March 4, 1997 108 • vs. Penn State, March 10, 1998 Service Aces 15 • vs. Hawai’i, Feb. 17, 2004 14 • vs. Hawai’i, Feb. 22, 2008 13 • vs. UC Irvine, Jan. 7, 2000 13 • vs. CS San Bernardino, Jan. 29, 1998 13 • vs. USC, March 1, 1997 Digs 79 • vs. BYU, March 22, 1997 76 • vs. Loyola (Ill.), March 4, 1997 74 • vs. UC Santa Barbara, Feb. 17, 1997 74 • vs. Long Beach State, April 8, 1994 Blocks 25 • vs. Long Beach State, April 4, 1998 24 • vs. Stanford, March 31, 1999 23 • vs. Pepperdine, Feb. 18, 2000

Block Assisted 14 • Darrell Dilmore vs. Stanford, March 31, 1999 13 • Darrell Dilmore vs. Long Beach State, April 4, 1998 10 • 14 Players/ Chen-Byerley vs. UC San Diego, Jan. 20, 2006

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Single Season Leaders Sets Played T1. Mike Gawlik (2003)...................................................118 T1. Chris Tamas (2003)...................................................118 T1. Pekka Seppanen (2007)..........................................118 T4. Martin Bertsen (2003)..............................................115 T4. Aaron Wachtfogel (2003).........................................115 T4. Maor Nutkevitch (2007)...........................................115 T7. Sean Rodgers (2003)...............................................110 T7. Garrett Morales (2007).............................................110 T9. Jason Borchin (2009).......................................107 T9. Mark Bauhs (2009)...........................................107

Digs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Total Blocks 1. Darrell Dilmore (1999).............................................150 2. Martin Berkenkemp (1996).....................................146 3. Darrell Dilmore (2000).............................................134 4. Dan Hammer (2007)................................................125 5. Darrell Dilmore (1998).............................................121 6. Ian Crosno (1997).....................................................120 T7. Dan Fisher (1999).....................................................115 T7. Sean Rodgers (2003)...............................................115 T9. Greg Wakeham (1997).............................................113 T9. Sean Daley (2009)........................................... 113

Greg Wakeham (1997).............................................702 Greg Wakeham (1996).............................................666 Vladimir Andric (1999).............................................519 Vladimir Andric (2000).............................................487 Darren Lance (1994)................................................477 Pekka Seppanen (2007)..........................................468 Vladimir Andric (1997).............................................467 Brian Zodrow (2005) . ..............................................452 Jeff Hall (1994)..........................................................437 Martin Berntsen (2003)............................................433

Hitting Percentage (Min. 150 attacks) 1. Sean Rodgers (2004)............................................... 474 2. Darrell Dilmore (2000).............................................459 3. Sean Rodgers (2003)...............................................444 4. Sean Rodgers (2002)...............................................434 5. Chris Tamas (2003)...................................................416 6. Dan Hammer (2007)................................................410 7. Tim Gerlach (1999)...................................................404 8. Sean Rodgers (2001)................................................401 T9. Nils Dauburs (2005)..................................................394 T9. Darrell Dilmore (1998).............................................394

Block Solos 1. Greg Wakeham (1994)...............................................34 2. Jeff Hall (1994)............................................................22 3. Darren Lance (1994)..................................................20 T4. Dan Hammer (2007)..................................................19 T4. Simon Chen-Byerley (2007).......................................19 T6. Darrell Dilmore (2000)............................................... 16 T6. Nils Dauburs (2004).................................................... 16 T6. Nils Dauburs (2005).................................................... 16 9. Martin Berkenkamp (1996).......................................15 T10. Darrell Dilmore (1998)...............................................14 T10. Vladimir Andric (1997)...............................................14 T10. Greg Wakeham (1997)...............................................14 Block Assists 1. Darrell Dilmore (1999).............................................137 2. Martin Berkenkamp (1996).....................................131 3. Darrell Dilmore (2000).............................................118 4. Ian Crosno (1997).....................................................109 5. Darrell Dilmore (1998).............................................107 T6. Sean Rodgers (2003)...............................................106 T6. Dan Hammer (2007)................................................106 8. Dan Fisher (1999).....................................................102 9. Sean Daley (2009)............................................100 10. Greg Wakeham (1997)...............................................99

Assists 1. KeAli’i Alexander (1997)...................................... 1,666 2. Chris Tamas (2003)............................................... 1,605 3. Dan Fisher (1999)................................................. 1,581 4. Dan Fisher (1998)................................................. 1,426 5. Russell Gan (1996)............................................... 1,370 6. Garrett Morales (2007)......................................... 1,353 7. Chris Tamas (2002)............................................... 1,308 8. Mitchel Hazelett (2005)....................................... 1,258 9. Russell Gan (1994)............................................... 1,178 10. Chris Tamas (2000)............................................... 1,143 Service Aces 1. Nils Dauburs (2004).................................................... 71 2. Vladimir Andric (1997)...............................................63 3. Vladimir Andric (1999)...............................................46 T4. Nils Dauburs (2005)....................................................44 T4. Dan Fisher (1998).......................................................44 6. Pekka Seppanen (2007)............................................40 7. Dan Fisher (1999).......................................................38 T8. Brian Zodrow (2004)...................................................36 T8. Pekka Seppanen (2008)............................................36 10. Nils Dauburs (2003)....................................................35

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Attacks 1. Greg Wakeham (1997)......................................... 1,417 2. Greg Wakeham (1996)......................................... 1,302 3. Darren Lance (1994)............................................ 1,085 T4. Vladimir Andric (2000)......................................... 1,032 T4. Vladimir Andric (1999)......................................... 1,032 6. Brian Zodrow (2005).................................................992 7. Vladimir Andric (1997).............................................976 8. Pekka Seppanen (2008)..........................................961 9. Pekka Seppanen (2007)..........................................948 10. Brian Adamson (2006).............................................929

Mike Gawlik (2003)...................................................299 Sam Crosson (1997)................................................. 274 Greg Wakeham (1997).............................................242 Mark Bauhs (2008)...........................................231 Pekka Seppanen (2008)..........................................215 Mike Gawlik (2002)...................................................212 Pekka Seppanen (2007)..........................................211 Garrett Morales (2006).............................................210 Mark Bauhs (2009).......................................... 208 Mike Gawlik (2004)...................................................207

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Sets Played 1. Mike Gawlik (2002-05).............................................382 2. Simon Chen-Byerley (2005-08)...............................381 3. Chris Tamas (2000-03).............................................378 4. Sean Rodgers (2001-04)..........................................371 5. Vladimir Andric (1997-01)........................................370 6. Aaron Wachtfogel (2000-03)...................................365 7. Greg Wakeham (1994-97).......................................350 8. Sam Crosson (1994-97)...........................................329 9. Darrell Dilmore (1997-00).......................................323 10. Tim Jenson (98-99, 2002-03)..................................321

Digs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Greg Wakeham (1994-97)................................... 1,949 Vladimir Andric (1997-01).................................... 1,751 Pekka Seppanen (2006-08)................................ 1,187 Sean Rodgers (2001-04)...................................... 1,015 Sam Crosson (1994-97)...........................................948 Aaron Wachtfogel (2000-03)...................................935 Dylan Herrick (1997-00)...........................................917 Darrell Dilmore (1997-00).......................................910 Martin Berntsen (2001-03)......................................902 Dan Hoefer (1999-02)..............................................833

Total Blocks 1. Darrell Dilmore (1997-00).......................................443 2. Greg Wakeham (1994-97).......................................385 3. Simon Chen-Byerley (2005-08)...............................359 4. Sean Rodgers (2001-04)..........................................352 5. Vladimir Andric (1997-01)........................................330 6. Adam George (1995-97)..........................................268 7. Ian Crosno (1995-98)...............................................246 8. Sam Crosson (1994-97)...........................................218 9. Jeff Hall (1993-94)....................................................148 10. Martin Berkenkamp..................................................146

Attacks 1. Greg Wakeham (1994-97)................................... 3,995 2. Vladimir Andric (1997-01).................................... 3,615 3. Pekka Seppanen (2006-08)................................ 2,612 4. Sam Crosson (1994-97)....................................... 2,117 T5. Aaron Wachtfogel (2000-03)............................... 2,035 T5. Martin Bernsten (2001-03).................................. 2,035 7. Dylan Herrick (1997-00)....................................... 1,889 8. Sean Rodgers (2001-04)...................................... 1,874 9. Dan Hoefer (1999-02).......................................... 1,818 10. Darrell Dilmore (1997-00)................................... 1,688

Block Solos 1. Greg Wakeham (1994-97).........................................69 2. Darrell Dilmore (1997-00)......................................... 47 3. Simon Chen-Byerley (2005-08).................................42 4. Nils Dauburs (2003-05).............................................. 41 5. Vladimir Andric (1997-01)..........................................38 6. Sean Rodgers (2001-04)............................................35 7. Adam George (1995-97)............................................33 T8. Jeff Hall (1993-94)...................................................... 31 T8. Chris Tamas (2000-03)............................................... 31 10. Russell Gan (1993-96)...............................................29

Hitting Percentage (Min. 150 attacks) 1. Sean Rodgers (2001-04)..........................................441 2. Darrell Dilmore (1997-00).......................................400 3. Dan Hammer (2004-07)...........................................378 4. Blake Gentry (2004-08)............................................351 5. Simon Chen-Byerley (2005-08)...............................332 6. Martin Berkenkamp (1996).....................................329 7. Vladimir Andric (1997-01).......................................312 8. Ian Crosno (1995-98)...............................................307 9. Joe Forbes (2006-2009)...........................................298 10. Chris Tamas (2000-03)............................................297

Block Assists 1. Darrell Dilmore (1997-00).......................................396 T2. Sean Rodgers (2001-04)..........................................317 T2. Simon Chen-Byerley (2005-08)...............................317 4. Greg Wakeham (1994-97).......................................316 5. Vladimir Andric (1997-01)........................................292 6. Tim Jenson (98-99, 02-03).......................................247 7. Adam George (1995-97)..........................................235 8. Ian Crosno (1995-98)...............................................223 9. Dan Hoefer (1999-02)..............................................201 10. Tim Gerlach (1998-02).............................................198

Mike Gawlik (2002-05).............................................849 Aaron Wachtfogel (2000-03)...................................712 Sam Crosson (1994-97)...........................................689 Greg Wakeham (1994-97).......................................625 Pekka Seppanen (2006-08)....................................611 Vladimir Andric (1997-01)........................................558 Mark Bauhs (2007-09)..................................... 504 Chris Tamas (2000-03).............................................498 Martin Bernsten (2001-03)......................................467 Russell Gan (1993-96).............................................466

Assists 1. Chris Tamas (2000-03)......................................... 5,086 2. Russell Gan (1993-96)......................................... 3,615 3. Mitchel Hazelett (2004-07).................................. 3,134 4. Dan Fisher (1998-99)........................................... 3,007 5. KeAli’i Alexander (1996-98)................................ 1,826 6. Garrett Morales (2006-07)................................... 1,605 7. Kris Staks (2008)......................................................907 8. Mark Bauhs (2007-09)..................................... 628 9. Rigel Painter (1999-00)............................................410 10. Brian Edwards (2003-04).........................................377 Service Aces 1. Vladimir Andric (1997-01)........................................153 2. Nils Dauburs (2003-05)............................................150 3. Pekka Seppanen (2006-08)....................................102 4. Sam Crosson (1994-97).............................................86 5. Chris Tamas (2000-03)...............................................84 6. Dan Fisher (1998-99).................................................82 7. Greg Wakeham (1994-97).........................................73 8. Dylan Herrick (1997-00).............................................62 9. Aaron Wachtfogel (2000-03).....................................59 10. Darren Lance (1993-94).............................................55

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BALL STATE (5-4) Date H-A-N W-L 3.7.94 H L 4.5.96 N L 3.11.97 H W 3.21.98 N W 3.20.99 N W 3.18.00 N W 1.13.01 H W 3.24.07 A L 2.01.08 H L

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BYU (5-23) Date H-A-N W-L 2.6.93 A L 2.18.94 H L 1.28.95 A L 2.17.96 H W 3.22.97 A L 3.31.98 H L 1.22.99 A L 4.24.99 A L 1.18.00 H W 3.30.01 H L 3.31.01 H W 1.18.02 A L 1.19.02 A L 1.20.03 H W 1.21.03 H L 2.6.04 A L 2.7.04 A L 3.11.05 H L 3.12.05 H W 3.31.06 A L 4.1.06 A L 4.13.07 H L 4.14.07 H L 2.29.08 A L 3.01.08 A L 1.10.09 N L 2.27.09 H L 2.28.09 H L

1.30.04 4.3.04 Score 1.26.05 0-3 3.2.05 2-3 1.6.06 3-0 1.28.06 3-2 3.10.06 3-0 1.13.07 3-2 3.31.07 3-2 1.25.08 2-3 2.08.08 1-3 2.19.09 3.28.09

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CSU SAN BERNARDINO (3-0) Date H-A-N W-L Score 1.26.96 H W 3-0 1.13.97 A W 3-0 1.29.98 H W 3-0 FINDLAY (1-0) Date H-A-N W-L Score 3.7.03 H W 3-0

HAWAI’I (1-34) Date H-A-N W-L 3.21.93 H L 3.22.93 H L 4.4.94 A L 4.5.94 A L 2.7.95 H L 2.8.95 H L 3.21.96 A L 3.23.96 A L 4.5.97 H L 4.6.97 H W 4.10.98 A L 4.11.98 A L 4.9.99 H L 4.10.99 H L 4.14.00 A L CALIFORNIA 4.15.00 A L (1-0) L Date H-A-N W-L Score 1.25.01 A L 1.27.99 H W 3-0 1.27.01 A 2.1.02 H L 2.2.02 H L 3.21.03 A L CSU NORTHRIDGE 3.22.03 A L (6-21) L Date H-A-N W-L Score 4.19.03 A L 2.20.93 H L 0-3 2.16.04 H L 3.5.94 A L 0-3 2.17.04 H L 3.5.95 H L 0-3 4.15.05 A L 3.3.96 A L 1-3 4.16.05 A L 3.15.97 H L 1-3 3.25.06 H L 2.13.98 A L 2-3 3.27.06 H L 2.13.99 H W 3-1 1.18.07 A L 2.4.00 A L 2-3 1.19.07 A L 3.2.01 A L 0-3 2.22.08 H L 4.6.01 H L 0-3 2.25.08 H L 1.26.02 H L 1-3 4.10.09 A L 2.6.02 A L 1-3 4.11.09 A 2.1.03 A W 3-0 2.29.03 H W 3-0

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INDIANA-PURDUE, FORT WAYNE (1-8) Date H-A-N W-L Score 1.21.94 A L 0-3 4.6.96 A W 3-0 3.20.98 A L 0-3 3.19.99 A L 2-3 3.17.00 A L 0-3 3.3.06 A L 0-3 3.4.06 A L 2-3 3.6.09 A L 1-3 3.7.09 A L 1-3

PEPPERDINE (3-23) Date H-A-N W-L Score 4.2.93 A L 0-3 4.9.94 H L 0-3 3.17.95 A L 0-3 3.30.96 H W 3-0 3.29.97 A L 0-3 2.21.98 H L 0-3 2.18.99 A L 1-3 2.18.00 H L 1-3 LOYOLA - CHICAGO 1.19.01 H L 0-3 (1-1) 2.17.01 A L 0-3 Date H-A-N W-L Score 2.21.02 H W 3-2 3.4.97 H W 3-2 4.12.02 A L 0-3 LA VERNE 2.5.05 N L 1-3 2.8.03 A L 0-3 (12-1) 3.28.03 H W 3-0 LOYOLA 2.26.04 A L 0-3 Date H-A-N W-L Score MARYMOUNT 4.10.04 H L 0-3 3.18.94 H W 3-2 (2-6) 1.14.05 H L 2-3 1.19.95 A W 3-0 3.25.95 H W 3-0 3.19.05 A L 0-3 2.13.96 H W 3-0 Date H-A-N W-L Score 1.14.06 A L 1-3 1.14.97 A W 3-0 4.3.93 A L 0-3 2.24.06 H L 0-3 2.15.97 H W 3-0 1.28.94 H L 1-3 2.23.07 A L 1-3 1.17.98 H W 3-2 4.15.95 A L 0-3 4.7.07 H L 0-3 4.3.99 H W 3-0 3.29.96 H W 3-1 1.18.08 H L 1-3 3.25.00 H W 3-0 3.7.97 A W 3-2 3.29.08 A L 2-3 3.25.01 H W 3-0 2.19.98 H L 0-3 1.23.09 A L 0-3 1.11.02 H L 1-3 2.20.99 A L 0-3 2.11.09 H L 0-3 1.24.03 H W 3-0 2.20.00 H L 0-3 2.13.04 H W 3-0 QUINCY NEW JERSEY UNIVERSITY LEWIS INSTITUTE OF (2-0) (3-1) TECHNOLOGY Date H-A-N W-L Score Date H-A-N W-L Score (3-0) 3.4.07 H W 3-0 2.11.94 H W 3-1 Date H-A-N W-L Score 3.23.07 N W 3-1 2.9.02 N L 0-3 3.13.07 H W 3-1 3.8.03 H W 3-0 3.21.08 H W 3-1 2.4.05 A W 3-2 3.22.08 H W 3-0 RUTGERS-NEWARK (2-0) Date H-A-N W-L Score LONG BEACH STATE NEW YORK 1.17.95 H W 3-2 (8-26) UNIVERSITY 3.15.04 H W 3-0 Date H-A-N W-L Score (1-0) 2.13.93 H L 0-3 Date H-A-N W-L Score 4.10.93 A L 1-3 3.18.03 H W 3-0 SAINT FRANCIS 2.27.94 A W 3-2 (1-0) 4.8.94 H L 1-3 Date H-A-N W-L Score 2.25.95 H L 0-3 OHIO STATE 2.28.07 H W 3-1 3.18.95 A L 0-3 (1-7) 2.10.96 H L 0-3 Date H-A-N W-L Score 3.9.96 A L 0-3 3.24.93 H L 1-3 San Diego State 2.7.97 A L 1-3 1.22.94 N L 0-3 (10-6) 2.28.97 H L 1-3 3.19.96 H L 1-3 Date H-A-N W-L Score 4.4.98 H L 1-3 1.16.98 H L 0-3 1.25.93 A L 0-3 2.6.99 A L 1-3 3.16.01 H L 2-3 4.16.93 H L 0-3 2.27.99 H W 3-0 3.17.01 H W 3-2 2.5.94 H W 3-1 1.8.00 N L 1-3 3.22.02 A L 1-3 4.16.94 A L 0-3 1.30.00 A L 0-3 3.24.02 A L 1-3 2.3.95 A L 0-3 3.31.00 H L 0-3 4.1.95 H W 3-2 2.3.01 H W 3-0 2.3.96 A W 3-1 3.12.02 A W 3-0 PENN STATE 4.12.96 H W 3-0 3.28.02 H L 1-3 (0-1) 1.31.97 A W 3-0 2.12.03 H W 3-2 Date H-A-N W-L Score 4.12.97 H W 3-1 4.3.03 A W 3-2 3.10.98 H L 2-3 1.23.98 H W 3-1 1.22.04 A L 0-3 3.6.98 A L 1-3 3.26.04 H L 1-3 3.13.99 A W 3-1 1.21.05 A L 0-3 3.26.99 H W 3-0 2.25.05 H W 3-0 1.15.00 H W 3-1 1.21.06 4.14.06 1.6.07 2.3.07 3.10.07 3.08.08 4.04.08 1.31.09 4.4.09

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SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE (1-0) Date H-A-N W-L Score 2.8.02 N W 3-0

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STEVENS TECH (1-0) Date H-A-N W-L Score 1.11.05 H W 3-0 UC IRVINE (9-20) Date H-A-N W-L 3.12.93 A L 1.30.94 H W 3.10.95 A L 2.16.96 H W 3.27.97 A W 3.13.98 H W 3.6.99 A L 1.7.00 A L 2.23.00 H W 3.9.01 A L 4.13.01 H L

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UCLA (1-31) Date H-A-N W-L 3.13.93 A L 3.10.94 H L 3.11.95 A L 2.24.96 H L 4.19.96 A L 3.8.97 A L 4.19.97 A L 3.14.98 H L 3.5.99 A L 1.8.00 N L 2.21.00 H L 3.10.01 A L 4.14.01 H L 2.15.02 H L 3.8.02 A L 2.21.03 H L 4.12.03 A L 1.9.04 N L 1.18.04 H L 3.5.04 A L 2.19.05 A L 4.1.05 H L 2.17.06 A L 4.8.06 H L 1.05.07 N L 2.9.07 A L 2.16.07 H W 1.12.08 A L 4.12.08 H L 1.9.09 N L 2.6.09 A L 4.17.09 H L

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UC SANTA BARBARA (9-20) Date H-A-N W-L 3.7.93 H L 3.4.94 A L 2.15.95 H L 3.2.96 A L 2.17.97 H W 2.14.98 A L 2.11.99 H L 2.5.00 A W 3.4.01 A W

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4.7.01 1.25.02 2.28.02 1.10.03 1.31.03 2.27.03 1.29.04 4.2.04 1.28.05 3.3.05 1.27.06 3.11.06 1.12.07 3.30.07 1.05.08 1.26.08 2.09.08 1.9.09 2.20 3.27.09

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UC SANTA CRUZ (25-0) Date H-A-N W-L Score 2.12.94 H W 3-0 3.14.95 H W 3-1 1.16.96 H W 3-0 2.20.96 A W 3-0 1.24.97 H W 3-0 2.13.97 A W 3-1 2-5.98 A W 3-1 3.27.98 H W 3-0 1.12.99 H W 3-0 2.2.99 A W 3-0 2.9.00 A W 3-0 3.8.00 H W 3-1 1.16.01 A W 3-0 1.9.02 A W 3-0 1.8.03 A W 3-0 1.28.03 H W 3-0 1.13.04 A W 3-0 3.11.04 H W 3-0 1.05.05 A W 3-0 2.1.05 H W 3-0 2.10.06 H W 3-0 1.26.07 H W 3-0 3.20.08 A W 3-2 1.07.09 A W 3-0 1.16.09 H W 3-2 UC SAN DIEGO (29-4) Date H-A-N W-L Score 1.26.93 A W 3-2 4.23.93 H W 3-1 2.4.94 H W 3-0 4.15.94 A W 3-1 2.4.95 A W 3-1 3.31.95 H W 3-0 2.2.96 A W 3-0 4.13.96 H W 3-0 2.1.97 A W 3-1 4.11.97 H W 3-0 1.24.98 H W 3-0 3.7.98 A W 3-1 3.12.99 A W 3-1 4.2.99 H W 3-0 1.13.00 H W 3-0

3.3.00 2.18.01 3.2.02 3.29.02 2.14.03 4.4.03 1.23.04 3.27.04 1.22.05 2.23.05 1.20.06 4.15.06 2.2.07 3.9.07 3.07.08 4.05.08 1.30.09 4.3.09

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USC (13-25) Date H-A-N W-L 2.12.93 H L 4.9.93 A L 2.25.94 A L 3.31.94 H L 2.18.95 H L 4.14.95 A L 2.9.96 H W 3.8.96 A W 2.8.97 A L 3.1.97 H W 2.27.98 A L 4.3.98 H L 2.5.99 A L 2.26.99 H W 1.28.00 A L 4.1.00 H L 2.24.01 H L 2.23.02 H W 4.13.02 A L 1.11.03 N L 2.6.03 A W 3.29.03 H W 2.27.04 A L 4.9.04 H W 1.7.05 N W 1.15.05 H W 3.18.05 A L 1.6.06 N L 1.13.06 A W 2.25.06 H W 1.5.07 N W 2.25.07 A L 4.6.07 H L 1.04.08 N L 1.16.08 H L 3.28.08 A L 1.24.09 A L 2.13.09 H L

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all-time series records

STANFORD (10-27) Date H-A-N W-L 1.29.93 H L 3.3.93 A L 2.15.94 A L 4.19.94 H L 3.3.95 A L 4.4.95 H L 1.30.96 H L 2.29.96 A W 2.21.97 A L 4.15.97 H L 1.31.98 H L 2.7.98 A L 3.31.99 H W 4.13.99 A W 2.25.00 A L 4.8.00 H L 2.21.01 A L 1.15.02 H L 2.12.02 A L 1.11.03 N L 3.4.03 A L 4.8.03 H L 1.10.04 N L 4.14.04 H W 4.17.04 A W 1.7.05 N L 2.11.05 A L 4.8.05 H L 1.7.06 N W 2.3.06 H W 2.8.06 A L 1.30.07 A W 3.2.07 H W 1.31.08 A W 2.15.08 H L 1.14.09 H L 3.31.09 A L

3.9.02 4.6.02 2.20.03 4.11.03 1.10.04 1.16.04 3.6.04 1.8.05 2.18.05 4.2.05 2.18.05 4.7.06 2.10.07 2.17.07 1.11.08 4.11.08 2.7.09 4.18.09

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all-time results

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Date 1.25 1.26 1.29 2.6 2.12 2.13 2.20 3.3 3.7 3.12 3.13 3.21 3.22 3.24 4.2 4.3 4.9 4.10 4.16 4.23

1993 – 2-18 (2-17 MPSF) Opponent Result * at San Diego State L, 0-3 * at UC San Diego W, 3-2 * STANFORD L, 0-3 * at BYU L, 0-3 * USC L, 0-3 * LONG BEACH L, 0-3 * CS NORTHRIDGE L, 0-3 * at Stanford L, 0-3 * UC Santa Barbara L, 0-3 * at UC Irvine L, 0-3 * at UCLA L, 0-3 * Hawai’i L, 0-3 * Hawai’i L, 0-3 Ohio State L, 1-3 * at Pepperdine L, 0-3 * at Loyola Marymount L, 0-3 * at USC L, 0-3 * at Long Beach State L, 1-3 * SAN DIEGO STATE L, 0-3 * UC San Diego W, 3-1

Date 1.21 1.22 1.28 1.30 2.4 2.5 2.11 2.12 2.15 2.18 2.25 2.27 3.4 3.5 3.7 3.10 3.18 3.19 3.31 4.4 4.5 4.8 4.9 4.15 4.16 4.19

1994 – 8-18 (5-14 MPSF) Opponent Result at IPFW L, 0-3 vs. Ohio State L, 0-3 * LMU L, 1-3 * UC Irvine W , 3-0 * UC San Diego W, 3-0 * SAN dIEGO sTATE W, 3-1 Lewis W, 3-1 UC Santa Cruz W, 3-0 * at Stanford L, 0-3 * BYU L, 0-3 * at USC L, 0-3 * at Long Beach State W, 3-2 * at UC Santa Barbara L, 0-3 * at CS Northridge L, 0-3 Ball State L, 0-3 * UCLA L 0-3 La Verne W, 3-2 Ohio State L, 1-3 * USC L, 0-3 * at Hawai’i L, 1-3 * at Hawai’i L, 0-3 * LONG BEACH ST. L, 1-3 * Pepperdine L, 0-3 * at UC San Diego W, 3-1 * at San Diego State L, 0-3 * Stanford L, 2-3

Date 1.17 1.19 1.28 2.3 2.4 2.7 2.8 2.15

1995 – 7-16 (3-16 MPSF) Opponent Result Rutgers-Newark W, 3-2 at La Verne W, 3-0 * at BYU L, 0-3 * at San Diego State L, 0-3 * at UC San Diego W, 3-1 * Hawai’i L, 0-3 * Hawai’i L, 0-3 * UC Santa Barbara L, 1-3

2.18 2.25 3.3 3.5 3.10 3.11 3.14 3.17 3.18 3.25 3.31 4.1 4.4 4.14 4.15

* USC * Long Beach STATE * at Stanford * CS Northridge * at UC Irvine * at UCLA UC Santa Cruz * at Pepperdine * at Long Beach State La Verne * UC San Diego * SAN DIEGO STATE * Stanford * at USC * at Loyola Marymount

L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3

Date 1.16 1.26 1.30 2.2 2.3 2.9 2.10 2.13 2.16 2.17 2.20 2.24 2.29 3.2 3.3 3.8 3.9 3.19 3.21 3.23 3.29 3.30 4.5 4.6 4.12 4.13 4.19

1996 – 17-10 (12-7 MPSF) Opponent Result UC Santa Cruz W, -0 CS San Bernardino W, 3-0 * Stanford L, 0-3 * at UC San Diego W, 3-0 * at San Diego State W, 3-1 * USC W, 3-2 * Long Beach StATE L, 0-3 La Verne W, 3-0 * UC Irvine W, 3-0 * BYU W, 3-1 at UC Santa Cruz W, 3-0 * UCLA L, 0-3 * at Stanford W, 3-1 * at UC Santa Barbara L, 1-3 * at CS Northridge W, 3-1 * at USC W, 3-1 * at Long Beach State L, 0-3 Ohio State L, 1-3 * at Hawai’i L, 0-3 * at Hawai’i L, 0-3 * Loyola Marymount W, 3-1 * Pepperdine W, 3-0 vs. Ball State L, 2-3 at IPFW W, 3-0 * San Diego StATE W, 3-0 * UC San Diego W, 3-0 at UCLA L, 0-3

Date 1.13 1.14 1.24 1.31 2.1 2.7 2.8 2.13 2.15 2.17 2.21 2.28 3.1 3.4 3.7

1997 – 16-11 (9-10 MPSF) Opponent Result at CS San Bernardino W, 3-0 at La Verne W, 3-0 UC Santa Cruz W, 3-0 * at San Diego St. W, 3-0 * at UC San Diego W, 3-1 * at Long Beach State L, 1-3 * at USC L, 1-3 at UC Santa Cruz W, 3-1 La Verne W, 3-0 * UC Santa Barbara W, 3-2 * at Stanford L, 0-3 * Long Beach StATE L, 1-3 * USC W, 3-1 Loyola (Ill.) W, 3-2 * at Loyola Marymount W, 3-2

3.8 3.11 3.15 3.22 3.27 3.29 4.5 4.6 4.11 4.12 4.15 4.19

* at UCLA Ball State * CS Northridge * at BYU * at UC Irvine * at Pepperdine * Hawai’i * Hawai’i * UC San Diego * San Diego StATE * Stanford at UCLA

L, 1-3 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 L, 1-3 L, 0-3

1998 – 9-18 (4-15 MPSF) Date Opponent Result 1.16 1.17 1.23 1.24 1.29 1.31 2.5 2.7 2.13 2.14 2.19 2.21 2.27 2.28 3.6 3.7 3.10 3.13 3.14 3.20 3.21 3.27 3.31 4.3 4.4 4.10 4.11

Ohio State La Verne * San Diego StATE * UC San Diego CS San Bernardino * Stanford at UC Santa Cruz * at Stanford * at CS Northridge * at UC Santa Barbara * Loyola Marymount * Pepperdine * at USC * at Long Beach State * at San Diego State * at UC San Diego Penn State * UC Irvine * UCLA at IPFW vs. Ball State UC Santa Cruz * BYU *USC * Long Beach StATE * at Hawai’i * at Hawai’i

Date 1.12 1.22 2.2 2.5 2.6 2.11 2.13 2.18 2.20 2.26 2.27 3.5 3.6 3.12 3.13 3.19 3.20 3.26 3.31 4.2 4.3

1999 – 14-11 (10-9 MPSF) Opponent Result UC Santa Cruz W, 3-0 * at BYU L, 1-3 at UC Santa Cruz W, 3-0 * at USC L, 0-3 * at Long Beach State L, 1-3 * UC Santa Barbara W, 3-0 * CS Northridge W, 3-1 * at Pepperdine L, 1-3 * at Loyola Marymount L, 0-3 * USC W, 3-1 * Long Beach St. W, 3-0 * at UCLA L, 2-3 * at UC Irvine L, 1-3 * at UC San Diego W, 3-1 * at San Diego State W, 3-1 at IPFW L, 2-3 vs. Ball State W, 3-0 * San Diego StATE W, 3-0 * Stanford W, 3-2 * uC San Diego w, 3-0 La Verne w, 3-0

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* hawai’i l, 1-3

4.10 * hawai’i l, 1-3 4.13 * at Stanford W 3-2 4.24 at BYU L, 0-3 2000 – 10-17 (6-13 MPSF) Opponent Result at UC Irvine L, 1-3 vs. UCLA L, 0-3 vs. Long Beach State L, 1-3 * UC SAN DIEGO W, 3-0 * SAN DIEGO STATE W, 3-1 * BYU W, 3-2 * UCLA L, 0-3 * at USC L, 0-3 * at Long Beach State L, 0-3 * at CS Northridge L, 2-3 * at UC Santa Barbara W, 3-2 at UC Santa Cruz W, 3-0 * PEPPERDINE L, 1-3 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L, 1-3 * UC IRVINE W, 3-0 * at Stanford L, 1-3 * at UC San Diego W, 3-0 * at San Diego State L, 2-3 UC SANTA CRUZ W, 3-1 at IPFW L, 0-3 vs Ball State W, 3-2 LA VERNE W, 3-0 * LONG BEACH STATE L, 0-3 * USC L, 1-3 * STANFORD L, 1-3 * at Hawai’i L, 0-3 * at Hawai’i L, 0-3

Date 1.13 1.16 1.19 1.25 1.27 2.3 2.17 2.18 2.21 2.24 3.2 3.4 3.9 3.10 3.16 3.17 3.25 3.30 3.31 4.6 4.7 4.13 4.14

2001 – 10-13 (6-11 MPSF) Opponent Result BALL STATE W, 3-2 at UC Santa Cruz W, 3-0 * Pepperdine L, 0-3 * at Hawai’i L, 0-3 *at Hawai’i L, 0-3 * LONG BEACH STATE W, 3-0 * at Pepperdine L, 0-3 * at UC San Diego W, 3-1 * at Stanford L, 0-3 * USC L, 0-3 * at CS Northridge L, 0-3 * at UC Santa Barbara W, 3-0 * at UC Irvine L, 0-3 * at UCLA L, 0-3 OHIO STATE L, 2-3 OHIO STATE W, 3-2 LA VERNE W, 3-0 * BYU L, 0-3 * BYU W, 3-2 * CS NORTHRIDGE W, 3-0 * UC SANTA BARBARA W, 3-2 * UC IRVINE L, 2-3 * UCLA L, 0-3

Date 1.8 1.10 1.11 1.11 1.20 1.21 1.24 1.28 1.31 2.1 2.6 2.8 2.12 2.14 2.20 2.21 2.27 2.28 3.4 3.7 3.8 3.18 3.21 3.22 3.28 3.29 4.3 4.4

2003 – 18-14 (12-10 MPSF) Opponent Result at UC Santa Cruz W, 3-0 at UC Santa Barbara L, 2-3 STANFORD L, 1-3 USC L, 2-3 *BYU W, 3-2 *BYU L, 2-3 LA VERNE W, 3-0 UC SANTA CRUZ W, 3-0 *at UC Santa Barbara W, 3-1 *at CS Northridge W, 3-0 *at USC W, 3-0 *at Pepperdine L, 0-3 *LONG BEACH STATE W, 3-2 *UC SAN DIEGO W, 3-0 *UC IRVINE L, 1-3 *UCLA L, 1-3 *UC SANTA BARBARA W, 3-2 *CS NORTHIRDGE W, 3-0 *at Stanford L, 0-3 FINDLAY UNIVERSITY W, 3-0 LEWIS UNIVERSITY W, 3-0 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY W, 3-0 *at Hawai’i L, 1-3 *at Hawai’i L, 1-3 *PEPPERDINE W, 3-0 *USC W, 3-0 *at Long Beach State W, 3-2 *at UC San Diego W, 3-0

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4.8 4.11 4.12 4.19

*STANFORD *at UC Irvine *at UCLA at Hawai’i (MPSF Tourn.)

L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3

Date 1.9 1.10 1.10 1.13 1.16 1.18 1.22 1.23 1.29 1.30 2.6 2.7 2.13 2.16 2.17 2.26 2.27 3.5 3.6 3.11 3.15 3.26 3.27 4.2 4.3 4.9 4.10 4.14 4.17

2004 – 10-19 (6-16 MPSF) Opponent Result vs. UCLA L, 0-3 vs. UC Irvine L, 2-3 vs. Stanford L, 2-3 at UC Santa Cruz W, 3-0 * UC IRVINE L, 1-3 * UCLA L, 1-3 * at Long Beach State L, 0-3 * at UC San Diego W, 3-0 * UC SANTA BARBARA W, 3-1 * CS NORTHRIDGE L, 0-3 * at BYU L, 0-3 * at BYU L, 0-3 LA VERNE W, 3-0 * HAWAI’I L, 0-3 * HAWAI’I L, 1-3 * at Pepperdine L, 0-3 * at USC L, 0-3 * at UCLA L, 2-3 * at UC Irvine L, 1-3 UC SANTA CRUZ W, 3-0 RUTGERS W, 3-0 * LONG BEACH STATE L, 1-3 * UC SAN DIEGO W, 3-0 * at UC Santa Barbara L, 0-3 * at CS Northridge L, 0-3 * USC W, 3-0 * PEPPERDINE L, 0-3 * STANFORD W, 3-0 * at Stanford W, 3-2

Date 1.5 1.7 1.7 1.8 1.11 1.14 1.15 1.21 1.22 1.26 1.28 2.1 2.4 2.5 2.11 2.18 2.19 2.23 2.25 3.2 3.3 3.11 3.12

2005 – 12-18 (6-16 MPSF) Opponent Result at UC Santa Cruz W, 3-0 vs. Stanford L, 0-3 vs. USC W, 3-1 * UC IRVINE W, 3-1 STEVENS TECH W, 3-0 * No. 3 PEPPERDINE L, 2-3 * No. 12 USC W, 3-2 * at Long Beach State L, 0-3 * at UC San Diego W, 3-1 * No. 8 CS NORTHRIDGE W, 3-0 * No. 7 UCSB L, 1-3 UC SANTA CRUZ W, 3-0 at No. 13 Lewis W, 3-2 vs Loyola Chicago L, 1-3 * at No. 11 Stanford L, 0-3 * at No. 10 UC Irvine L, 1-3 * at No. 1 UCLA L, 1-3 * UC SAN DIEGO W, 3-0 * No. 5 LBSU W, 3-0 * at No. 9 CS Northridge L, 1-3 * at UC Santa Barbara L, 1-3 * No. 6 BYU L, 0-3 * No. 6 BYU W, 3-1

all-time results

Date 1.7 1.8 1.8 1.13 1.15 1.18 1.21 1.28 1.30 2.4 2.5 2.9 2.18 2.20 2.23 2.25 3.3 3.4 3.8 3.17 3.18 3.25 3.31 4.1 4.8 4.14 4.15

Date 1.9 1.11 1.15 1.18 1.19 1.25 1.26 2.1 2.2 2.6 2.8 2.9 2.12 2.15 2.21 2.23 2.28 3.2 3.8 3.9 3.12 3.22 3.24 3.28 3.29 4.6 4.12 4.13

2002 – 10-18 (8-14 MPSF) Opponent Result at UC Santa Cruz W, 3-0 LA VERNE L, 1-3 * STANFORD L, 0-3 * at Byu L, 1-3 * at Byu L, 1-3 * UC SANTA BARBARA W, 3-1 * CS NORTHRIDGE L, 0-3 * HAWAI’I L, 1-3 * HAWAI’I L, 1-3 * at CS Northridge L, 1-3 vs. Springfield W, 3-0 vs. Lewis L, 0-3 * at Stanford L, 0-3 * UCLA L, 1-3 * PEPPERDINE W, 3-2 * USC W, 3-1 * at UC Santa Barbara L, 1-3 * at UC San Diego W, 3-1 * at UCLA L, 0-3 * at UC Irvine W, 3-0 * at Long Beach State W, 3-0 at Ohio State L, 1-3 at Ohio State L, 1-3 * LONG BEACH STATE L, 1-3 * UC SAND DIEGO W, 3-0 * UC IRVINE W, 3-1 * at Pepperdine L, 0-3 * at USC L, 1-3

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3.18 3.19 4.1 4.2 4.8 4.15 4.16

* at USC * at No. 1 Pepperdine * No. 2 UCLA * No. 13 UC IRVINE * No. 10 STANFORD * at No. 5 Hawai’i * at No. 5 Hawai’i

L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3

3.30 3.31 4.6 4.7 4.13 4.14

* at No. 5 UCSB * at No. 8 CS Northridge * No. 14 USC * No.1 PEPPERDINE * No. 2 BYU * No. 2 BYU

L, 2-3 L, 1-3 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3

Date 1.6 1.6 1.7 1.13 1.14 1.20 1.21 1.27 1.28 2.3 2.8 2.10 2.17 2.18 2.24 2.25 3.3 3.4 3.10 3.11 3.25 3.27 3.31 4.1 4.7 4.8 4.14 4.15

2006 – 8 - 20 ( 6-16 MPSF) Opponent Result vs. Cal State Northridge L, 0-3 vs. USC L, 0-3 vs. Stanford W, 3-1 * at No. 12 USC L 3-2 * at No. 3 Pepperdine L, 1-3 * vs. UC SAN DIEGO W, 3-1 * vs. No. 1 LBSU L, 0-3 * at No. 8 UCSB L, 0-3 * at No. 5 CS Northridge L, 1-3 * vs. STANFORD W, 3-1 * at Stanford L, 0-3 vs. UC SANTA CRUZ W, 3-0 * at No. 7 UCLA L, 0-3 * at No. 3 UC Irvine L, 0-3 * No. 4 PEPPERDINE L, 0-3 * USC W, 3-2 at No. 13 IPFW L, 0-3 at No. 13 IPFW L, 2-3 * No. 12 CS NORTHRIDGE W, 3-2 * No. 7 UCSB W,3-0 * No. 3 HAWAI’I L, 0-3 * No. 3 HAWAI’I L, 0-3 * at No. 2 BYU L, 0-3 * at No. 2 BYU* L, 1-3 * No. 1 UC IRVINE L, 1-3 * No. 6 UCLA L, 0-3 * at No. 5 LBSU L, 0-3 * at UC San Diego W 3-1

Date 1.4 1.5 1.11 1.12 1.16 1.18 1.25 1.26 1.31 2.01 2.08 2.09 2.15 2.22 2.25 2.29 3.01 3.05 3.07 3.20 3.21 3.22 3.28 3.29 4.04 4.05 4.11 4.12

2008 – 4-24 (1-21 MPSF) Opponent Result USC L, 1-3 at UC Santa Barbara L, 1-3 *at No. 7 UC Irvine L, 0-3 *at No. 4 UCLA L, 0-3 * No. 11 USC L, 0-3 * No. 2 PEPPERDINE L, 1-3 *at No. 7 CS Northridge L, 0-3 *at UC Santa Barbara L, 0-3 *at No. 7 Stanford W, 3-0 BALL STATE L, 1-3 * No. 6 CS NORTHRIDGE L, 0-3 * No. 13 UCSB L, 1-3 * No. 10 STANFORD L, 2-3 * No. 14 HAWAI’I L, 1-3 * No. 14 HAWAI’I L, 1-3 *at No. 3 BYU L, 0-3 *at No. 3 BYU L, 0-3 *at No. 4 LBSU L, 0-3 *at UC San Diego L, 2-3 at UC Santa Cruz W, 3-2 NJIT W, 3-1 NJIT W, 3-0 *at USC L, 0-3 *at No. 5 Pepperdine L, 2-3 * No. 4 LBSU L, 2-3 *UC SAN DIEGO L, 2-3 * No. 7 UC IRVINE L, 0-3 * No. 6 UCLA L, 0-3

Date 1.5 1.5 1.6 1.12 1.13 1.18 1.19 1.26 1.30 2.2 2.3 2.9 2.10 2.16 2.17 2.23 2.25 2.28 3.2 3.4 3.9 3.10 3.13 3.23 3.24

2007 – 14-17 (8-14 MPSF) Opponent Result No. 3 UCLA L, 1-3 No. 12 USC W, 3-1 No. 10 Long Beach State L, 0-3 * No. 6 UCSB L, 2-3 * No. 8 CS NORTHRIDGE W, 3-0 * at No. 5 Hawai’i L, 0-3 * at No. 5 Hawai’i L, 1-3 vs. UC SANTA CRUZ W, 3-0 * at Stanford W, 3-1 * at UC San Diego W, 3-1 * at No. 10 LBSU W, 3-1 * at No. 8 UCLA L, 2-3 * at No. 2 UC Irvine W, 3-2 * No. 6 UCLA W, 3-0 * No.3 UC IRVINE L, 0-3 * at No. 1 Pepperdine L, 1-3 * at No. 14 USC L, 1-3 SAINT FRANCIS W, 1-3 * STANFORD W, 3-0 QUINCY W, 3-0 * UC SAN DIEGO W, 3-0 * No. 12 LBSU L, 0-3 NJIT W, 1-3 at Quincy W, 1-3 at No. 15 Ball State L, 2-3

Date 1.07 1.09 1.10 1.14 1.16 1.23 1.24 1.30 1.31 2.06 2.07 2.11 2.13 2.19 2.20 2.27 2.28 3.06 3.07 3.10 3.20 3.27 3.28 3.31

2009 – 3-28 (0-22 MPSF) Opponent Result at UC Santa Cruz W, 3-0 at UCSB L, 3-1 vs. No. 2 UCLA L, 3-0 vs. No. 9 BYU L, 3-0 *No. 4 STANFORD L, 3-0 UC SANTA CRUZ W, 3-2 *at No. 4 Pepperdine L, 3-0 *at USC L, 3-0 *UC SAN DIEGO L, 3-0 *No. 7 LBSU L, 3-1 *at No. 8 UCLA L, 3-1 *at No. 3 UC Irvine L, 3-1 *No. 2 Pepperdine L, 3-0 *No. 5 USC L, 3-0 *at No. 4 CS Northridge L, 3-0 *at No. 13 UCSB L, 3-0 *No. 8 BYU L, 3-1 *No. 8 BYU L, 3-0 at IPFW L, 3-1 at IPFW L, 3-1 JUNIATA W, 3-1 CALIFORNIA BAPTIST L, 3-1 *UCSB L, 3-0 *No. 2 CS NORTHRIDGE L, 3-0 *at No. 5 Stanford L, 3-0

4.03 4.04 4.10 4.11 4.17 4.18

*at No. 10 UC San Diego *at No. 7 LBSU *at No. 14Hawai’i *at No. 14 Hawai’i * No. 9 UCLA * No. 1 UC IRVINE

L, 3-0 L, 3-2 L, 3-1 L, 3-0 L, 3-0 L, 3-0

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Cal State Northrige Mascot....................Matadors Website.....gomatadors.com Head Coach...Jeff Campbell SID.....................Matt Monroe Phone..........(818) 677-3247 Email..matthew.c.monroe@csun.

USC Mascot........................Trojans Website........usctrojans.com Head Coach.....Bill Ferguson SID...................Tim Tessalone Phone..........(213) 740-3811 Email........tessalon@usc.edu

Grand Canyon University

Mascot....Antelopes (‘Lopes) Website.....athletics.gcu.edu Head Coach.......Chad Speer SID.......................Steve Heath Phone..........(602) 639-6514 Email...........sheath@gcu.edu

Stanford Mascot......................Cardinal Website.......gostanford.com Head Coach........John Kosty SID.......................David Kiefer Phone..........(650) 736-7921 Email..dkiefer@stanford.edu

Pepperdine Mascot.........................Waves Website.pepperdinesports.com Head Coach....Marv Dunphy SID......................Roger Horne Phone..........(310) 506-4455 Email.roger.horne@pepperdine.edu

BYU Mascot......................Cougars Website.............byucougars.com Head Coach.Shawn Patchell SID.........................Carey Hoki Phone..........(801) 422-6473 Email.mvolleyball_sid@byu.edu

Quincy Mascot.........................Hawks Website........quincy.edu/athletics Head Coach...Hadley Foster SID.................Brian Lovellette Phone..........(217) 228-5432 Email......lovelbr@quincy.edu

Long Beach State Mascot..........................49ers Website...longbeachstate.com Head Coach........Andy Read SID.........................Todd Miles Phone..........(562) 985-7797 Email.........tmiles@csulb.edu

Hawai’i Mascot.....................Warriors Website....hawaiiathletics.com Head Coach......Mike Wilton SID...................Derek Inouchi Phone..........(808) 956-7523 Email........inouchi@hawaii.edu

UC Irvine Mascot...................Anteaters Website..ucirvinesports.com Head Coach.....John Speraw SID..........Stacey Shackleford Phone..........(949) 824-7350 Email............saking@uci.edu

UC San Diego Mascot.........................Tritons Website.......ucsdtritons.com Head Coach.........Kevin Ring SID...........................Ryan Hall Phone..........(858) 534-8437 Email...........r2hall@ucsd.edu

UC Santa Barbara Mascot.....................Gauchos Website...ucsbgauchos.com Head Coach.Rick McLaughlin SID......................Matt Berson Phone..........(805) 893-8603 Email....matthew.berson@athlet-

UCLA Mascot.........................Bruins Website...........uclabruins.com Head Coach..........Al Scates SID.................Rich Bertolucci Phone..........(310) 206-6831 Email..rbert@athletics.ucla.edu

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Mascot...............Highlanders Website.njithighlanders.com Head Coach.....Ryan McNeil SID..........................Tim Camp Phone..........(973) 596-8461 Email..timothy.camp@njit.edu

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UC Santa Cruz Mascot............Banana Slugs Website.............goslugs.com Head Coach....Jonah Carson SID...........................Julie Roth Phone......... (831) 459-4962 Email...........jcroth@ucsc.edu

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The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) was established during the 1992-1993 academic year to serve

the competitive needs of member institutions from the Big West, Pacific-10, Mountain West, Western Athletic and West Coast Conferences and other selected universities in the western United States; and to provide championship competition for Division I intercollegiate Olympic sports in a conference setting. The MPSF was originally formed to provide enhanced competition and championship opportunities for sports without conference affiliation; to contain the costs of competition; and to ensure the survival of sports impacted by Title IX and other fiscal pressures. The Federation has served as an incubator for emerging women’s sports and as a safe harbor for sports impacted by conference realignments. In 2006-2007, the Federation celebrated its 15th year of competition and is affirmed that is more relevant today than at any other time since its inception. As a testament to its viability, the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation continues to successfully ride the ever-changing wave of college sports by fostering contraction and expansion of its intercollegiate athletics portfolio to meet the dynamic needs of its member institutions and conferences. Since its inception, MPSF teams have won 49 NCAA team championships and many individual titles as well.

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In 2008-2009, the MPSF will again provide competition in nine Olympic intercollegiate sports while serving over 1,500 student-athletes and approximately 75 head coaches from 32 universities in 12 western states. All MPSF teams compete at the NCAA Division I level in men’s soccer, men’s and women’s water polo, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s gymnastics, women’s lacrosse and men’s volleyball. All MPSF champions are eligible to compete in NCAA Championships with MPSF men’s soccer, men’s and women’s water polo, and men’s volleyball champions earning automatic qualification into NCAA championship events.

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In 2007-2008, five MPSF teams won NCAA championships to total 53 NCAA team titles since the Federation’s first season of competition in 1992-93. Almost a score of Federation teams and hundreds of student-athletes competed in NCAA post-season competition. CALIFORNIA started things off by winning their second-consecutive NCAA men’s water polo title last fall. ARIZONA STATE pulled off a double win with both the Sun Devils’ men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams taking NCAA crowns, after the women won both the MPSF and NCAA titles for the second year in a row. OKLAHOMA then won the NCAA men’s gymnastics title, also after taking the MPSF championship. This was the Sooners fifth NCAA crown in seven seasons and fourth-consecutive MPSF title with nine outright or co-conference titles in the past 10 seasons. UCLA capped the season by repeating as NCAA women’s water polo champions after winning the MPSF title, pulling off dual titles for the second year in a row. Other Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Champions for the 2007-2008 season include NEW MEXICO’s fourthconsecutive conference title in men’s soccer, the Lobos’ sixth in seven years; OREGON won it’s first-ever MPSF men’s indoor track and field championship while UC DAVIS added the Aggies’ first MPSF women’s gymnastics title. PEPPERDINE won its fourth MPSF men’s volleyball title before losing to Penn State in the NCAA final. Al Beaird has been the Federation’s only executive director, taking the reigns after being selected by the MPSF Administrative Committee in December 1997 after a national search. Beaird’s position was established as a result of the Federation’s continued growth and emerging tradition of NCAA and national championship caliber play, including 38 NCAA team championships during his tenure. Beaird, who formerly served on the athletics staff at his alma mater UC Davis, where the integration of student and athlete is a long-rooted philosophy, oversees the administration of all Federation sports, having worked closely with administrators and coaches from more than 40 different universities over the course of his administration. Beaird presided over the transition of the Federation from what was initially a scheduling alliance to what is now a nationally recognized NCAA Division I multi-sports conference. Beaird directs all aspects of MPSF competition, including championships, officiating, rules compliance, scheduling, media relations, broadcasting, sponsorships and NCAA relations, while also shaping conference legislation, facilitating annual meetings and providing direction and communication for the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Administrative and Executive Committees. In 2004, Beaird completed a four-year term, three years as chair, on the NCAA Men’s Water Polo Championships Committee and one year as chair of the inaugural NCAA Men’s and Women’s Water Polo Rules Committee. Beaird feels privileged to work with coaches and student-athletes who compete at the highest levels, including many who compete on USA national teams as coaches or players in international and Olympic competition. With his high level of involvement in NCAA Olympic sports, Beaird is often called upon to serve as liaison to the national governing bodies for amateur athletics in the United States and the United States Olympic Committee. Beaird received his undergraduate degree in physical education from UC Davis in 1977 before attaining his Masters of Business Administration (Marketing emphasis) from California State University, Sacramento in 1993. Beaird, who lives in Woodland, California, has two daughters who are active in high school and club sports. The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation... 1992-1993 to 2006-2007... celebrating 15 years of championship intercollegiate Olympic sports competition... The MPSF... featuring tomorrow’s Olympians today!

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Founded in 1851 as the first chartered university in California, University of the

Pamela A. Eibeck University President

Pamela A. Eibeck became the 24th President of University of the Pacific on July 1, 2009. She is Pacific’s sixth President since the University moved to Stockton in 1924 and the first woman to hold the office. Her Presidency follows a distinguished career as a researcher, teacher, educational reformer, and university administrator. Prior to joining Pacific, Eibeck was dean of the Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering at Texas Tech—one of the nation’s largest engineering colleges with 4,400 students, 156 faculty and five research centers. There, she was responsible for eight academic departments, 33 degree programs and a $55 million budget. An active fundraiser, Eibeck helped build an endowment of $57 million and doubled the number of endowed chairs. Eibeck takes the helm at a University with strong enrollments and finances, and the best incoming student academic profile in its history. With a record number of applications for Fall 2009, university enrollment is expected to remain steady at around 6,250 with a 20-point jump in the average admitted freshmen SAT score to 1200. Construction continues on two major buildings: the $7.5 million Janssen-Lagorio Multipurpose Gymnasium and the $10 million John T. Chambers Technology Center, and the last fiscal year closed with a surplus for the 13th consecutive year. While spending time to get know Pacific in her first year, Eibeck has committed to building on these strengths by continuing to enhance educational quality, build national visibility, and deepen the University’s involvement in community engagement. Eibeck received her bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in mechanical engineering between 1979 and 1986 from Stanford University. She joined the faculty at the University of California at Berkeley, where she earned tenure and served from 1985 to 1995. In 1995, she became a professor and chair of mechanical engineering at Northern Arizona University, where she later served as director of the honors program and then vice provost for undergraduate studies. In 2004, Eibeck was named dean of the college of engineering at Texas Tech.

Pacific continues to enjoy a reputation as one of the finest academic institutions in the West. The main Stockton campus, with its expansive lawns and brick-and-ivy architecture, much like many renowned universities in the East, is highly regarded as one of the most picturesque college campuses in the West. The only private school in the Big West Conference, Pacific offers a diversity of programs that would normally be associated with a much larger university. Personal attention and small class sizes have become Pacific trademarks and help attract students from many U.S. states and foreign countries. Pacific provides its 6,235 scholars a student-to-faculty ratio of less than 13-to-1. Pacific is comprised of 11 schools and colleges on three campuses, offering students the distinctive advantage of nearby resources. Two professional schools complement the Stockton campus: the School of Dentistry in San Francisco and the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento. The Stockton campus features the central liberal arts division, College of the Pacific and schools of music, engineering, education, pharmacy, business & public administration, international studies, the Graduate School and University College. Pacific students are represented on many policy-making committees, and the Associated Students (ASUOP) play an active role in campus life through social and cultural programs. The Stockton metropolitan area, with a population of over 280,000, is nestled conveniently in the San Joaquin Valley between San Francisco and the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Pacific offers its students a proximity to many exciting places including Monterey/Carmel, Lake Tahoe, the northern California wine country, and Yosemite National Park. It is adjacent to over 1,000 miles of waterways, making it the largest inland seaport in the state.

the pacif ic experience

• Over 80 major fields from which to choose, yet an average class size of under 20, even in the freshman year. • NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics as well as numerous club and intramural sports. • Exposure to a wide range of knowledge through the General Education program, and hundreds of opportunities for gaining “hands-on” experience in a chosen field. • A strong liberal arts tradition within key academic units including business, conservatory, education, engineering, international studies, and pharmacy.

An expert in heat transfer, Eibeck conducted experimental research related to electronics cooling and thermal tiles used by NASA on the space shuttles. Her later work focused on engineering educational reform, including early use of multimedia in the classroom, curriculum development and, most recently, ways to attract young people and women to the profession. She has authored or co-authored nearly 50 articles and papers. Eibeck became a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers in 2008. She received the Distinguished Engineering Educator Award from the Society of Women Engineers in 1996 and the Boeing Outstanding Educator Award in 1999. Eibeck is married to William D. Jeffery, a law professor and a native of California. They have four children. Sons Andrew and Kevin live in the Bay Area. Daughter Katherine attends the University of Southern California. Their youngest son, Will, attends Santa Clara University.

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• An intercultural perspective that prepares students for working in an increasingly diverse and international society. • Students sit on many decision-making committees of the University to ensure that the voice of the students is heard. • A New England-like campus in northern California. • With more than 6,000 students enrolled, Pacific is one of the smallest universities to be ranked among the top 100 national universities, both by US News & World Report and the The Washington Monthly College Guide.


The University • •

University •

pacific’s mission The University of the Pacific's mission is to provide a superior, student-centered learning experience integrating liberal arts and professional education and preparing individuals for lasting achievement and responsible leadership in their careers and communities. The first chartered institution of higher education in the State of California, the University of the Pacific is a mid-sized independent, comprehensive university offering a wide choice of high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs in Stockton, Sacramento, and San Francisco. Pacific is an outstanding blend of the advantages of the diverse programs of a major university and the broad, highly personalized learning of the selective liberal arts college. We accomplish our mission through highly personalized programs delivered in a caring, supportive, and attractive environment. We seek to develop and strengthen self-confidence, initiative, analytical and problem-solving abilities, and an enthusiasm for learning. Central to our mission is the dedication of our faculty and staff to excellence in teaching and advising. We encourage and support research, scholarship and creative activity as complements to our fundamental mission of teaching. Our mission dictates a commitment to leadership development, global awareness, community involvement and opportunities for individuals from diverse backgrounds. We are committed to providing practical experiences to complement classroom learning. Highly interactive student-faculty relations and a broad array of co-curricular activities that help to develop students' abilities are hallmarks of learning at the University of the Pacific. How old is Pacific? We became California’s first chartered institution of higher education in 1851. We were also the first co-ed university (the first graduating class had five men and five women). We celebrated our sesquicentennial year in 2001. What type of university is Pacific? Pacific is a comprehensive university with three campuses and eleven schools and colleges. Eight of our schools and colleges provide undergraduate education on the Stockton campus, including a college of liberal arts and sciences (College of the Pacific), six professional schools and an adult re-entry division. The Stockton campus also has a graduate school. The other two campuses are the Pacific McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento and the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco.

Is Pacific a religious or church-related university? No. Pacific was founded by and is affiliated with the Methodist Church. We do have a chapel, a full-time chaplain, a number of religious-oriented clubs, and a Department of Religious Studies, but we are not a “religious” university where students are required to attend chapel or to take religion classes. Any or all of the above are available to students who are interested, but participation in such activities is completely voluntary. Is Pacific accredited? Pacific is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), and many academic programs have additional accreditation by appropriate professional organizations.

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University of the Pacific •

13:1 student to faculty ratio

Average class size is 20 students, and 75% have fewer than 30 students

444 highly qualified faculty members on three campuses; 92% hold a doctorate or the highest degree in their field

UNDERGRAD ENROLLMENT

Non-resident 3%

Black, non-Hispanic 3%

Am Ind/Alaskan Native 1%

Asian/Pacific Islander

34% •

Hispanic 11%

White, non-Hispanic

Academics are Number One at the University of the Pacific, and Pacific is proud of its student-athletes’ performances in the classroom. In addition to having some truly outstanding individual scholar-athletes, Pacific currently boasts a graduation rate of over 96 percent for all recruited student-athletes who exhaust their athletic eligibility. During the spring semester of 2008, Pacific studentathletes posted a combined grade point average of 3.0. Pacific is annually represented on Big West Academic All-Conference teams, Academic All-America teams, and boasts NCAA Post-Graduate Scholars in several sports. For the 2008-09 academic year, Pacific honored 102 Big West Conference Scholar-Athletes. In order to qualify for the distinction, studentathletes must record a 3.0 grade point average over their two most recently completed semesters. Freshmen are required to attain a 3.2 grade point average over one semester to

earn the accolade. Pacific attributes its success in the classroom to two primary factors. First, Pacific recruits only student-athletes who it believes can succeed at the University and who have a sincere commitment to a higher education. Second, it provides outstanding support services to students. An integral resource of support is a faculty committed to helping students obtain an education and to graduate, and who often tutor student-athletes one-on-one. Pacific intercollegiate athletics has a comprehensive academic achievement program for its student-athletes, including counseling, tutoring, monitoring services, leadership and life skills training, computer resources, and a set of standards and procedures outlined in the student-athlete handbook. Supervised study periods are provided, and a system of grade checks is in place to identify problem areas and ensure immediate attention.

36% •

Multi-Ethnic 6%

Ethnicity unknown 6%

Female 56%

Male 44%

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2008-09

Academic All-District VIII..................................................... 1 Academic All-Americans....................................................... 2

Academic

Big West Academic All-Conference Team.......................45

Award

Big West Scholar-Athletes of the Year...............................2

Count

Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All-Academic Team...........9

Big West Conference Scholar-Athletes........................ 102 Pacific Scholar-Athletes................................................... 143 National Field Hockey Coaches Association Academic Team...8

Big West Scholar Athletes of the Year 2008-09 MEGHAN MULLEN (Sr.) Cross Country (Political Science • South San Francisco, Calif.) MATT LUNDY (Sr.) Men’s Swimming (Physics • Lafayette, Colo.) Academic All-America teams are voted upon annually by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). District VIII encompasses all universities within the states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and British Columbia.

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At Pacific, the “four-year” degree is no myth. Faculty and counseling resources help keep student-athletes at Pacific on track to graduate in four years. Located in the heart of the Pacific Intercollegiate Athletics Center, the Pacific Student-Athlete Resource Center, includes state-of-the-art computer facilities and is used exclusively by student-athletes. A special opportunity exists for student-athlete participation at Pacific with the Pacific Student-Athlete Council. The council is comprised of elected studentathlete representatives from each Division I team. The council sponsors a variety of activities throughout the year for Pacific student-athletes and youth in the community. To be a student-athlete at University of the Pacific is truly a unique experience. One can compete athletically at the NCAA Division I level with the best in the nation and, at the same time, have an outstanding educational experience with a dedicated faculty. University of the Pacific ... the best of both worlds!

Academics •

NOTABLE PACIFIC ALUMNI: Scott Boras (1977, 1982 (JD))

Chris Isaak (1980)

Elaina Oden (1989)

TOM FLORES (1959)

Dave Brubeck (1942)

Mike Merriweather (1982)

DELL DEMPS (1992, 1998)

TED LELAND (1970, 1972)

Arthur A. Dugoni (1948)

Pete Carroll (1973)

EDDIE LEBARON (1950)

Bradley Schumacher (1997, 2005)

WALT HARRIS (1967)

JENNIFER JOINES (2004)

Michael Olowokandi (1998)

ALEX SPANOS (1948)

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• Athletic

Administration •

Director of Athletics

L ynn K ing

Lynn King is in his 10th year as director of athletics for University of the Pacific. He began his tenure in March 2000. During his time at Pacific, King has seen the Tigers claim 16 Big West Conference team titles. Pacific has also made 28 NCAA Championship appearances under King’s guidance. In King’s first year at Pacific, the Tigers ranked first among NCAA Division I-AAA schools in the national Sears Directors Cup standings in 2000-01, surpassing all 78 other non-football Division I universities. The Tigers have also excelled in the classroom since King’s arrival, boasting six CoSida Academic All-Americans and 37 CoSida Academic All-District Team athletes since 200001. In 2002-03 alone, four Pacific teams were recognized with national team academic awards “ Ly n n K i n g h a s p r o v i d e d o u r a t h l e t i c d e p a r t m e n t w i t h tremendous leadership and direction. Pacific Athletics have reached new levels of success both athletically and academically,” said former President Donald V. DeRosa. King is currently leading Pacific on a campaign to build two new facilities (a multipurpose gymnasium [the Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium] for athletics and recreation and a tennis clubhouse), expand the Alex G. Spanos Center to include an athletics Hall of Fame and substantially increase the athletics endowment. This campaign is already well underway as construction of Klein Family Field and renovations to Chris Kjeldsen Pool have been completed. In addition, construction of the Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium is scheduled for completion at the beginning of the 2009-10 academic year. Before coming to Pacific, King chaired the NCAA Division I men’s and women’s track and field subcommittee from 1995 to 1999 and served as Drake’s director of intercollegiate athletics since 1990. Under the leadership of King, Drake’s Bulldog Scholarship Fund grew in both record numbers and money pledged in support of Drake athletics. Among his accomplishments at Drake, King played a major role in raising $12.5 million for design and construction of the 7,000-seat Knapp Multi Purpose Center. King also spearheaded successful efforts that enabled Drake’s athletics program to be officially certified by the NCAA Committee on Athletics Certification in the spring of 1998. The certification followed the committee’s review of Drake’s athletics program self-study and review of a report by a peer-review team that visited the campus in November of 1997. King previously served as director of intercollegiate athletics for University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh and assistant athletic director for facilities at the University of Northern Iowa, of which he is an alumnus. King began his career as head coach for men’s track and cross country, first at Rochester Community College and then at University of Northern Iowa, where he was also an instructor of health and physical education. While at Northern Iowa he coached 11 conference team champions, 25 All-Americans and two national champions. He was named regional or conference coach of the year 10 times and referee of the Drake Relays in 1984. King earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in physical education. In October of 2008, he was inducted into the Northern Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame. He was a member of the executive committee and a director of the Greater Des Moines Sports Authority, a director of the Iowa Games board, and the 1995 National Junior Olympics Organizing Committee. He and his wife, Jan, are parents of two adult children, Jason, and Kelly.

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Mike Dalgety Assistant A.D. / Internal Affairs

Tim DiCKSON Development and Alumni Relations Officer

Senior Women’s Administrator Associate Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Services & Compliance

H olly T re x ler

In her fifth year at Pacific, Holly Trexler is the Associate Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Services and Compliance. She became Pacific’s Senior Women’s Administrator in September of 2008. Among her duties, Trexler oversees compliance, academic support, student services, the Pacific Student Athlete Council (PSAC) as well as the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. In addition, Trexler is currently serving on the NCAA Leadership Selection Committee. Before coming to Pacific, Trexler was the assistant athletic director for academic support/life skills coordinator at Quinnipiac University from 2002-05. At Quinnipiac, she monitored the academic progress and eligibility status of all student-athletes, in addition to overseeing academic programming and support services. Trexler was also responsible for the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. Prior to her time at Quinnipiac, Trexler spent the previous three years as assistant athletic director for eligibility and student services/senior woman administrator at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, N.C. Her duties at the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference school included the monitoring of academic records and eligibility status of 300 student-athletes. She also oversaw the academic programming and support services. From 1993 to 1999, Trexler worked at the University of Kansas as a strategic learning assistant and Mentor. In her position, she developed learning strategies for at-risk student-athletes and assisted with subject matter and overall academic development. Trexler holds three degrees from the University of Kansas. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English and African-American studies in 1995. She was awarded her Juris Doctorate from the Kansas School of Law in 1998. A year later, in 1999, she finished her master’s in education.

JIM DUGONI Associate A.D. / Development

Georgia Kovich-Lee Director / Marketing & Promotions

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Mike Millerick Assistant A.D. / Communications


• Coaches

Ed Sprague Baseball

& Staff Directory •

Bob Thomason Lynne Roberts Josh Jones Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Cross Country

Adam Kennedy Swimming

Matt Lucas Men’s Tennis

Linda MacDonald Brandon Goethals Keith Coleman Field Hockey Men’s Golf Women’s Soccer

Bob “Chino” Chiene Joe Wortmann Women’s Tennis Men’s Volleyball

Brian Kolze Softball

Dave Johnson James Graham Megan Thomson Women’s Volleyball Men’s Water Polo Women’s Water Polo

COACHES’ AWARDS:

• Thomason - Big West Coach of the Year ‘93, ‘97, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 • Coleman - Big West Coach of the Year ‘97, ‘98 • • MacDonald - NorPac Coach of the Year ‘05 • Kolze - Big West Coach of the Year ‘98, ‘01, ‘02 • Wortmann - MPSF Coach of the Year ‘96, ‘03 •

PACIFIC ATHLETICS STAFF TELEPHONE DIRECTORY Area Code (209) 946-

ARAFILES, Gwen, GA, Athletic Media Relations

HALL, Jeff, Assistant Men’s Volleyball Coach

x2163

JONES, Jennifer, GA, Athletic Media Relations x2479 JONES, Josh, Head Women’s Cross Country Coach x2706 KENNEDY, Adam, Head Swimming Coach x2154 KING, Lynn, Director of Athletics x3945 KOLZE, Brian, Head Softball Coach x2699 KOVICH-LEE, Georgia, Director of Athletic Marketing & Promotions x3108 LASKEY, Ben, Assistant Director, Athletic Media Relations x2730 LEE, Aven, Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach x2723 LUCAS, Matt, Head Men’s Tennis Coach x2219 LUDWIG, Chris, Athletic Training Clinical Coordinator x2588 MacDONALD, Linda, Head Field Hockey Coach x2249 MARTINEZ, Annette, Assistant Director of Athletic Trainng x2340 MAY, Donna, Assistant for Ticket Operations x2867 McCABE, Dan, Ticket Operations Manager x2030 McCONNELL, Virginia, Women’s Water Polo GA x2732 McCORMACK, Chris, Vol. Assistant Baseball Coach x7309 McCORMICK, Mike, Assistant Baseball Coach x2386 McSWEENEY, Morgan, PTAA Sales Account Manager x2387 MILLERICK, Mike, Assistant Director of Athletics for Communications x2866 MOYAL, Monique, Athletic Media Relations Assistant x2289 NEUDORFER, Dana, Athletic Training GA x2588 NEAULT, Danielle, Academic Counselor x2513 NOGARE, Pam, Administrative Assistant x3945 PADILLA, Carmen, Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach x7302 PARIS, Barb, Volleyball Administrative Assistant x2389 POND, Chris, Director of Athletic Training x2588 ROBERTS, Lynne, Head Women’s Basketball Coach x2745 SANDOVAL, Tony, Director of Athletic Performance x2812 SARTORI, Danielle, Volunteer Women’s Water Polo Coach x2540 SOLIS, Julian, Marketing and Promotions GA x2702 SPRAGUE, Ed, Head Baseball Coach x2709 ST. CLAIR, Jay, Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities and Transportation x2375 ST. URBAIN, Noah, Coordinator for Marketing and Promotions x2702 STEVENS, Michael, Manager of Athletic Facilities x2031

HALL, Kris, Volunteer Assistant Soccer Coach

x7302

THOMASON, Bob, Head Men’s Basketball Coach

HAGEN, Lizzie, Assistant Softball Coach

x2700

THOMSON, Megan, Head Women’s Water Polo Coach x2732

HAMMERBERG, Christine, Business Manager

x2728

TREXLER, Holly, Associate Director of Athletics for Student

HANCOCK, Jessica, Assistant Softball Coach

x2024

Athlete Services & Compliance

HANYAK, Bob, Faculty Athletics Representative

x3233

VALAVANIS, Alisha, Associate Head WBB Coach

x2711

VERLIN, Ron, Associate Head MBB Coach

x2721

WASSOM, Jenn, Coordinator of WBB Operations

x7303

WENDLAND, Julie, Donor Relations Coordinator

x2701

x2479

BAKER, Jodi, Director of Athletic Training Education Program x3182 BAKIC, Dragan, Men’s Water Polo Graduate Assistant x2736 BARBARA, Don, Assistant Baseball Coach

x2840

BARRIOS, Gustavo, Assistant Swimming Coach

x2710

BATALON, Ray, Associate Head Women’s Volleyball Coach x2723 BERTOCCHINI, Angela, GA, Athletic Media Relations x2479 BLEYMAIER, Joe, Assistant Director of Compliance x3976 BOLOGNINI, Jeff, Supervisor of Facilities & Event Management

x7408

BURNETT, Kyle, Athletic Training Intern

x2588

CHIENE, Bob “Chino”, Head Women’s Tennis Coach x2128 COLEMAN, Keith, Head Women’s Soccer Coach

x2129

COLEMAN, Michelle, Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach x7301 CORNWALL, Wendy, Assistant Coordinator of Academic Achievement

x2934

CORSO, Lonnie, Operations Leadperson

x2031

DALGETY, Mike, Asst. AD of Athletics for Internal Affairs x 3990 DAVIS, Bradley, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach x2329 DICKSON, Tim, Athletics Development and Alumni Relations Officer

x3177

DORIN, Marcus, Assistant Director of Athletic Performance x2819 DUGONI, Jim, Associate Director of Athletics for Development

x2230

FLETCHER, Jeremy, Assistant Men’s Golf Coach

x2713

FONG, Stephanie, Basketball Administrative Assistant x2341 FRIES, Liz, Assistant Field Hockey Coach

x2249

GEPFORD, Andy, Assistant Director of Athletic Training x2499 GOETHALS, Brandon, Head Men’s Golf Coach

x2713

GOTTLIEB, Zach, GA for Facilities and Operations

x2726

GRAHAM, James, Head Men’s Water Polo Coach

x2736

HUTZELL, Melissa, Athletic Training GA x2588 JACOBSEN, Adam, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach x2720 JOHNSON, Al, Volunteer Assistant Men’s Volleyball Coach JOHNSON, David, Head Women’s Volleyball Coach x2727

WORTMANN, Joe, Head Men’s Volleyball Coach & Coordinator of Academic Achievement

x2724

WYATT, Lorraine, Manager of Equipment Operations x2441 WYLAM, Emily, GA for Men’s & Women’s Swimming x2170 YADON, Cristy, Head Dance Coach Marketing and Ticketing GA

x2702

YOURTH, Wesley, Coordinator of Baseball Operations x7309 ZOLDAK, Krzysztof, Volunteer Assistant Swimming Coach x2710

OTHER IMPORTANT NUMBERS TO NOTE ATHLETIC TICKET OFFICE

x2474

ALEX G. SPANOS CENTER PRESS ROW

x2865

KLEIN FAMILY FIELD PRESS BOX

x2722

PACIFIC AQUATICS CENTER

x2540

ATHLETICS FAX NUMBERS ATHLETICS MAIN ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS

x2731 / x7308 x2757

x2341

x2307

WILSON, Justin, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach x2714

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WOLICZKO, Aaron, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach x2785

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• Strength

& Performance

Tony Sandoval

Strength and conditioning is an integral part of any student-athlete’s

Director of Athletic Performance

life. At Pacific, new facilities combined with a dedicated staff work toward

Tony Sandoval joined Pacific in April of 2007 as the assistant director before being promoted to the Director of Athletic Performance in October of 2007. He most recently served as an assistant director of strength and conditioning at Sacramento State from January 2005 through the spring of 2007. Sandoval also earned his master’s degree in sports performance in 2006 at Sacramento State. While working at Sacramento State, Sandoval also worked with UCLA on a mentorship program that allowed him to travel to Los Angeles, Calif., approximately once a month to work with Bruin athletics. Sandoval earned his bachelor’s degree from Cal State San Bernardino in December of 2004 in exercise science. During his undergraduate studies, Sandoval also served as the boxing coach and the boxing strength and conditioning coach for the city of Chino, Calif.

success on the playing field for Tiger student-athletes. “Strength and conditioning are critical to maximal athletic performance,” Pacific Athletic Director Lynn King said. “The University of the Pacific is proud of its Athletic Performance Center and staffing to assist our student-athletes in this vital part of their training and development.” The multi-purpose weight training and fitness facility within the Pacific Intercollegiate Athletics Center is 4,000 square feet and includes 10 Olympic platforms, 10 racks, five bench presses, five adjustable inclines, two full racks of dumbbells, over 50 medicine balls, 35 Swiss balls, six adjustable plyometric boxes and was completed in July of 1998. The newest addition to the athletic performance facilities is a 2,000 square foot conditioning room with plyometric flooring and 20 Schwinn Spin Bikes. “The Athletic Performance staff works hand-in-hand with sport coaches to assure the student-athlete develops physical strength, endurance and agility,” King said. “This training serves as a basis for the work ethic required to reach one’s full potential.”

M AR CUS D O R I N Asst. Diirector of Athletic Performance

Marcus Dorin joined the Athletic Performance staff in January 2008 as the Assistant Director of Athletic Performance and is responsible for the year-round training for nine of Pacific’s athletic teams. Before coming to Pacific, Dorin spent the previous two years as the strength and conditioning coach of Butte College’s (Chico, Calif.) football, baseball, men’s basketball and softball teams. Prior to working at Butte College Dorin served as a spring training strength and conditioning intern for the Texas Rangers. Coach Dorin served as the strength and conditioning coach for seven of Chico State University’s athletic teams while he completed his master’s degree in kinesiology. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Chico State University.

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• Athletic

Training

Medical care of Pacific student-athletes begins with its athletic training staff and a fully operational Athletic Training Center. The center features the latest in injury prevention, rehabilitation, clinical diagnosis and educational research. The athletic training room is operated and is staffed by director of athletic training Chris Pond and assistant directors of athletic training Andy Gepford and Annette Martinez. Pond, Gepford and Martinez are certified athletic trainers by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and oversee treatment and medical attention given to all of Pacific’s intercollegiate sports. In his 19th year at Pacific, Pond is a 1988 graduate of Utah State, and spent two years at Arizona before arriving in Stockton. The athletic training room is also the training laboratory of Pacific’s athletic training undergraduate studies program. Pacific offers athletic training as a field of study within the University’s Department of Sport Sciences. Approximately 15 students participate annually in Pacific’s student-athlete training program. The academic needs of athletic training students are supervised by Jodi Baker (ATC), director of Pacific’s Athletic Training Education Program.

Chris Pond Director of Athletic Training

Andy Gepford Assistant Director of Athletic Training

Annette Martinez Assistant Director of Athletic Training

Tiger Doctors Dr. Gary Alegre Orthopedist

Dr. Eric Larson Sports Medicine

Dr. Scott Bethune Orthopedist

Dr. Anh Le Orthopedist

Dr. Edward Cahill Orthopedist

Dr. Vincent Leung Orthopedist

Dr. Howard Chi Dentist

Dr. Gary Murata Orthopedist

Dr. Steven Eager Orthopedist

Dr. Bill McDonald Podiatrist

Dr. Aubrey Federal Radiologist

Dr. Peter Salamon Orthopedist

Kathy Hunter Nurse Practioner Cowell Wellness Center

Dr. George Westin Jr. Orthopedist

Dr. Alan Kawaguchi Orthopedist

Dr. Roland Winter Orthopedist

Pacific intercollegiate athletics is proud to acknowledge its team physicians as well as other medical practitioners and providers, who work in direct consultation with the athletic training staff. Their services are invaluable to the overall medical care and physical well-being of all Pacific student-athletes.

Jodi Baker Director of Athletic Training Education Programs

Chris Ludwig Athletic Training Clinical Coordinator

Kyle Burnett Athletic Training Intern

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Melissa Hutzell Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

Dana Neudorfer Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

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• Athletic

Facilities

Brookside Field (Field Hockey) The Pacific athletics department boasts seven facilities for its 16 Division I intercollegiate teams. All Tiger basketball and volleyball games are held in the Alex G. Spanos Center (top left), with lockerrooms located in the central athletics department.

Alex G. Spa (Basketbal nos Center l & Volleyb all)

In 2006, Pacific saw the opening of its first oncampus baseball field, Klein Family Field (bottom right). Klein Family Field is one of two on-campus facilities with stadium lights that allow for night games throughout the season. The Pacific baseball team’s home seats 2,500, and capacity grew even larger in the fall of 2008, with the addition of two new luxury boxes on the upper concourse.

Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium (Soccer)

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Pacific’s women’s soccer team competes

Hal Nelson Tennis Courts & Roy and Jean Sanders Tennis Clubhouse (Tennis)

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Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium (Athletics & Recreation) Chris Kjeldsen Pool Complex (Swimming & Water Polo) in Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium, which was formerly the home of Pacific football. Stagg was built in 1950 and has undergone several renovative efforts since. The Tiger swimming and water polo teams hold their contests at Chris Kjeldsen Pool, located adjacent to the athletics department. The complex also holds lockerrooms and coaches’ offices. In 2008 the pool was resurfaced with new siding to make it one of the faster pools in the Big West Conference. Pacific athletics is dedicated to providing students with top-notch facilities, and the JanssenLagorio Gymnasium (top right) is the newest addition to the Tigers’ facilities.

Bill Simoni Field (Softball)

ily Field Klein Fam ll) (Baseba

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AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour Members

Player Pacific Years Tour Member Higest Finish Dan Fisher 1997-99 2000-2006 13th Place- ‘03 Belmar 13th Place- ‘02 Santa Barbara Jeff Hall 1993-94 2000-2004 25th Place- ‘02 Manhattan 25th Place- ‘02 Hermosa Aaron Wachtfogel 2000-03 2000-Present 2nd Place- ‘07 Brooklyn Lucas Wisniakowski 2001 2000-Present 17th Place- ‘07 Seaside Heights 17th Place- ‘07 Louisville photo by Ken Delgado

photo by Ken Delgado

Nils Daubers Aaron Wachtfogel United States National Team Player Pacific Years Dan Fisher 1997-99 Chris Tamas 2000-03 Aaron Wachtfogel 2000-03 Brian Zadrow 2002-05

volleyball alumni

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Dan Fisher

Team Member 2000 2003-2008 2003 2006

Professional International Players Player Pacific Years Location Martin Berkenkamp 1996 Germany Sam Crosson 1994-97 Belgium Nills Daubers 2003-05 Germany, Puerto Rico Dan Fisher 1997-99 Italy, Spain Pekka Seppanen 2006-08 Finland Chris Tamas 2000-03 Russia Greg Wakeham 1994-97 Switzerland, Netherlands Lucas Wisniakowski 2001 Poland

Player Jeff Hall Greg Wakeham

United States Olympic Festival Pacific Years Years Played 1993-94 1994, 1995 1994-97 1996, 1997 Former National Team Setter Chris Tamas

Brian Zadrow Player Ray Brown

Former Tigers In Coaching in the NCAA Pacific Years School 1993-94 Pacific

Years 1996-98

Sam Crosson 1994-97

Pacific St. Mary’s College

2000-04 2004-Present

Nils Daubers

Virginia Commonwealth

2006-07

Dan Fisher 1997-99

Pacific USF

2004-07 2007-Present

Jeff Hall 1993-94

Grossmont College UC San Diego Pacific

2000-05 2005-07 2007-Present

Mike Gawlic

2002-05

Michigan State

2006-Present

Chris Tamas

2000-03

UC Riverside

2008-Present

Jason Donnelly

1993-96

Rutgers

2008-Present

2003-05

photo by Stan Liu

Current Assistant Coach Jeff Hall

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Pacific Athletics Division I Athletics with Exceptional Academics Nationally Competitive Distinguished History

Uniting Campus and Community

www.pacifictigers.com


2010 Season Schedule Jan. 8 Jan. 9 Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan. 29 Jan. 30 Feb. 3 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 19 Feb. 26 March 5 March 6 March 19 March 20 March 26 March 27 April 2 April 3 April 9 April 10 April 16 April 17

vs. UC Santa Cruz vs. Grand Canyon University vs. Grand Canyon University at UC Santa Cruz at BYU* at BYU* vs. Hawai’i* vs. Hawai’i* vs. UC Santa Barbara * vs. Cal State Northridge* at Stanford* vs. Quincy vs. Quincy vs. UC Irvine* vs. UCLA* at Pepperdine* at USC* vs. Stanford * vs. Long Beach State* vs. UC San Diego* vs. NJIT vs. NJIT at Long Beach State* at UC San Diego* at UC Santa Barbara* at Cal State Northridge* vs. USC* vs. Pepperdine* at UC Irvine* at UCLA*

All home matches at Alex G. Spanos Center * Denotes Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Contest

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