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Francis Marion University 2012 Volleyball TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts Coaching Staff 2012 Roster and Team Photograph 2012 Schedule 2012 Season Outlook Player Profiles 2011 Team Stats and Results All-Times Series Records Smith University Center Peach Belt Conference Information 2011 PBC Standings FMU Records 1991-2011 PBC Standings Past Teams PBC Records

FAST FMU FACTS Location ...................................... Florence, SC 29502-0547 Address ..................................................... PO Box 100547 Founded ...................................................................... 1970 Enrollment .................................................................. 4,187 President .................................................... Dr. Fred Carter Athletic Affiliation ...................................... NCAA Division II Conference Affiliation ....................... Peach Belt Conference Nickname ............................................................... Patriots Colors ...................................................... Red, White, Blue Home Court .............. Smith University Center (cap. 2,547) Athletic Director ......................................... Murray Hartzler Athletic Trainers .......................... Reghan Boob, Joe Cauble Senior Women’s Administrator.......................Stacey Vallee Compliance Officer .................................... Ashleigh Combs Faculty Athletic Representative .................. Dr. Allen Clabo Athletic Office Phone (843) 661-1240...Fax (843) 661-4645 Head Women’s Volleyball Coach ............. Paul MacDonald Office Telephone ................................. (843) 661-1246 Volleyball E-mail Address .......... pmacdonald@fmarion.edu Assistant Coaches......................................Carly Swisher

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Sports Information Director ................. Michael G. Hawkins Telephone Office (843) 661-1222 Mobile (843) 230-8102 Sports Information FAX Number ................. (843) 661-4645 SID E-Mail Address ...................... mhawkins@fmarion.edu SID Intern.......................................................Daniel Shipp E-Mail Address...................................dshipp@fmarion.edu University Website Address....................www.fmupatriots.com Conference Website Address...............www.peachbelt.com

FMU is named in honor of South Carolina’s Revolutionary War hero, General Francis Marion, who was nicknamed the “Swamp Fox,” for using the terrain to out-fox the British. Located about seven miles east of Florence, in the beautiful northeast section of South Carolina, the 400-acre campus is about 90 miles from the state capital of Columbia, 60 miles from the shores of Myrtle Beach, and 180 miles from the mountains of the Carolinas.

Francis Marion University placed 83 student athletes, including 12 volleyball players, on last year’s Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll (minimum 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale during the academic year), nearly half of all our student athletes. FMU also placed 12 vb student-athletes on own fall and spring Swamp Fox AthleticAcademic Honor Roll.

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Francis Marion University 2012 Coaching Staff Paul MacDonald - FMU Volleyball Coach Paul MacDonald, 39, is entering his seventh year as the head coach for the Francis Marion University women's volleyball program. He owns an 149-141 career coaching mark in nine seasons, including a 100-92 record in his six years at Francis Marion. In six seasons, his Patriot teams have produced eight All-Conference selections. This past year, the Patriots finished with a 12-18 record. Six team members earned Peach Belt Conference All-Academic Team recognition. Francis Marion earned an AVCA Team Academic Award (for the third straight year) -- one of only three PBC schools to gain that honor for 2011. In 2010, FMU posted a 15-16 mark with a pair of Patriots earning All-Conference honors and two gaining PBC All-Academic recognition. In 2008, MacDonald earned PBC "Coach of the Year" honors while guiding the Patriots to a 23-9 record and the program's third-ever NCAA Division II National Tournament invitation. FMU placed second during the PBC regular-season and advanced to the title match of the PBC Tournament. In 2007, FMU was 13-21 and placed fourth during the PBC regular season. In a very successful first season (2006), MacDonald guided the Patriots to a 26-8 record and a share of the Peach Belt Conference regular-season championship. MacDonald came to FMU from Mount Mercy College, an NAIA school in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. In three seasons directing the Mustang program, he compiled a 49-49 record, including a 25-11 mark in 2005 - the team's best record in more than a decade. Utilizing a roster that did not include any FMU VB Year By Year seniors, he also guided Mount Mercy to a second-place finish in the Midwest Classic Year Record Head Coach Conference with a 6-1 record and to a spot in the NAIA Region VII Tournament for the 1973 9-8 Gayle Baker first time since 2002. For that effort, he received conference "Coach of the Year" honors. 1974 16-16 Sherril York A native of Flat Rock, Mich., a suburb of Detroit, MacDonald earned a B.A. degree 1975 20-13 Sherril York in business from Michigan State University and an M.Ed. degree in physical education 1976 15-15 Sherril York from Wayne State University. He earned CAP I certification through the USA Volleyball 1977 9-15 Janelle Clark Coaches' Accreditation Program in 2007. 1978 7-23 Shelia Moorman Prior to accepting the position at Mount Mercy, he was an assistant coach at Divi1979 28-9 Shelia Moorman 1980 32-10 Shelia Moorman sion II Wayne State for the 2002 season, an assistant coach at Macomb County Com1981 41-10 Shelia Moorman munity College for the 2001 campaign, and was an assistant and interim head coach 1982 22-17 Ann Barton during the 1999 season at Division I Oakland University. 1983 13-20 Ann Barton MacDonald spent five years (2004-2008) with the USA National Olympic Develop1984 18-14 Ann Barton ment Program. He has five years of experience coaching at the high school level 1985 14-22 Ann Barton including winning a district championship at Regina High School in Harper Woods, 1986 14-21 Ann Barton Mich. - and seven years of experience coaching at the Junior Olympics and club level. 1987 27-12 Ann Barton His Junior Olympic squads placed first in Michigan in 1998 and third in 2002. 1988 18-16 Ann Barton He is a member of the United States Volleyball Association and the American Vol1989 14-14 Renae Kirkhart leyball Coaches Association. He has worked camps at the universities of Iowa, Michi1990 23-20 Renae Kirkhart gan, and Wisconsin; Michigan State University; Stanford University, Purdue University; 1991 28-14 Renae Kirkhart Eastern Michigan University; Mount Mercy; and at high schools in Michigan. He was a 1992 16-16 Carrie Byrd coach for the 2006 USA High Performance A2 Camp in Charlotte, N.C., the 2007 USA 1993 19-14 Carlos Webb High Performance A2 Camp in Davidson, N.C., and the 2008 USA High Performance A2 1994 19-19 Debbie Fore Camp in Baltimore, Md. He now directs the FMU Patriot Volleyball Summer Camp 1995 12-29 Debbie Fore programs and the Florence Juniors Volleyball Club. 1996 28-2 Jerry Pruitt

-- P-Mac By The Numbers --

Hometown: Flat Rock, Mich. Education: Flat Rock High School ;Michigan State University, 1995 (B.A. in business) ; Wayne State University, 2002 (M.Ed. in physical education). Head Coaching Experience 2003 Mount Mercy College 2004 Mount Mercy College 2005 Mount Mercy College 2006 Francis Marion University 2007 Francis Marion University 2008 Francis Marion University 2009 Francis Marion University 2010 Francis Marion University 2011 Francis Marion University Totals

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32-4 27-6 24-11 13-21 8-23 13-22 11-24 21-14 29-11 26-8 13-21 23-9 11-20 15-16 12-18

Jerry Pruitt Jerry Pruitt Roy Martin Sonny Kirkpatrick Sonny Kirkpatrick Sonny Kirkpatrick Sonny Kirkpatrick Sonny Kirkpatrick Sonny Kirkpatrick Paul MacDonald Paul MacDonald Paul MacDonald Paul MacDonald Paul MacDonald Paul MacDonald


Francis Marion University 2012 Coaching Staff Carly Swisher - FMU Volleyball Assistant Coach Carly Swisher is beginning her first year on the Francis Marion University volleyball staff. She is a 2012 graduate of Carson-Newman College, where she earned a B.S. degree in biology with a pre-physical therapy concentrate. A native of Fort Collins, Colo., she was a three-year starter on the Carson-Newman volleyball team and registered more than 1,000 career kills. She was named to the 2008 South Atlantic Conference All-Freshmen Team. Three times during her career, she was named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll for her work in the classroom. In the final 2009 NCAA Division II national stats, she ranked among the Top 25 for service aces per set. She recorded a single-match career-high of 21 kills twice during time playing for the Eagles. She attended Tusculum College as a freshman. She served as an office assistant for the Carson-Newman volleyball program in 2011, and has worked summer camps during each of the past four years.

2012 Peach Belt Conference Preseason Coaches Poll # 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

School (1st-place votes) Armstrong Atlantic State (4) Flagler (4) USC Aiken Augusta State Montevallo Francis Marion UNC Pembroke Lander

Total 46 46 31 29 26 19 16 11

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Francis Marion University 2012 Team Roster

Francis Marion University 2012 Women’s Volleyball Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 13 14 17

Name Liz Drewry Sloane Shank Brianna West Alex Matz Alexzandra Reed Shelby Jones Rebekah Davis Jessica Imbimbo Megan Mooney Paige Perreault Meghan Peji Kailey Smith

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

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

HEAD COACH: Paul MacDonald ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Murray Hartzler

Ht. Exp. 5-10 3VL 6-0 1VL 5-4 HS 6-0 1VL 5-9 HS 5-10 JC 5-9 1VL 5-11 JC 6-1 2VL 5-10 2VL 5-6 1VL 5-10 JC

Hometown (Last School) Richmond, VA (Mills E. Godwin HS) Fayetteville, NC (Jack Britt HS) Lexington, SC (Lexington HS) Louisville, KY (Sacred Heart Academy) Corona, CA (Mission Viejo HS) Buckeye, AZ (Arizona Western CC) Columbia, SC (Lander University) Hudson, FL (Pasco-Hernando CC) Lake Oswego, OR (Lake Oswego HS) Kankakee, IL (Clifton Central HS) Virginia Beach, VA (Tallwood HS) Sumner, WA (Arizona Western CC)

GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH: Carly Swisher ATHLETIC TRAINERS: Reghan Boob , Joe Cauble

PRONUNCIATION: #1 Dru-REE ; #3 BREE-ann-a ; #4 Mats ; #10 Im-BIM-bo ; #12 Moon-ee ; #13 Peril ; #14 Meg-an PEJ-ee

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Francis Marion University 2012 Volleyball Schedule Date Aug. 31-Sept. 1 Aug. 31 Fri. Aug. 31 Fri. Sept. 1 Sat. Sept. 1 Sat. Sept. 7-8 Sept. 7 Fri. Sept. 7 Fri. Sept. 8 Sat. Sept. 8 Sat. Sept. 11 Tue. Sept. 18 Tue. Sept. 22 Sat. Sept. 28 Fri. Sept. 29 Sat. Sept. 29 Sat. Oct. 5 Fri. Oct. 6 Sat. Oct. 12 Fri. Oct. 13 Sat. Oct. 16 Tue. Oct. 20 Sat. Oct. 20 Sat. Oct. 20 Sat. Oct. 23 Tue. Oct. 26 Fri. Oct. 27 Sat. Oct. 31 Wed. Nov. 2 Fri. Nov. 3 Sat. Nov. 6 Tue. Nov. 9 Fri. Nov. 16-18

Opponent FMU Invitational Newberry College Pfeiffer University Mount Olive College Mars Hill College at Carson-Newman College Tournament at Carson-Newman College vs Lees-McRae College vs Lincoln Memorial University vs King College (TN) Converse College Coker College UNC Pembroke * at Lander University * at USC Aiken * vs Clark Atlanta University Flagler College * Armstrong Atlantic State University * University of Montevallo * Augusta State University * at Coker College at ASU Tri-Match vs Erskine College vs Queens University of Charlotte Barton College at Flagler College * at Armstrong Atlantic State University * at UNC Pembroke * Lander University * USC Aiken * at Augusta State University * at University of Montevallo * at Peach Belt Conference Tournament * Peach Belt Conference match All times listed are Eastern Times

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Site FLORENCE

4:00 8:00 1:00 5:00 Jefferson City, TN 1:00 7:00 12:00 2:00 7:00 7:00 2:00 7:00 2:00 4:00 7:00 2:00 7:00 2:00 7:00 2:00 4:30 7:00 7:00 2:00 7:00 7:00 2:00 7:00 8:00 TBA

FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE Greenwood, SC Aiken, SC Aiken, SC FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE Hartsville, SC Augusta, GA

FLORENCE St. Augustine, FL Savannah, GA Pembroke, NC FLORENCE FLORENCE Augusta, GA Montevallo, AL St. Augustine, FL


FMU 2012 Volleyball Outlook The Francis Marion University volleyball team will begin its 2012 campaign by hosting its annual FMU Invitational Tournament, Friday and Saturday (Aug. 31-Sept. 1) in the Smith University Center. The six-team event will feature play on Friday between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m., and on Saturday between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Admission is free. On Friday, Francis Marion will play Newberry College at 4 p.m. and Pfeiffer University at 8 p.m. The Patriots will then play a pair of matches on Saturday afternoon: Mount Olive College at 1 p.m. and Mars Hill College at 5 p.m. Seventh-year head coach Paul MacDonald welcomes back six letterwinners from last year’s 12-18 squad. Among the six are three players who saw considerable time in the Francis Marion starting line-up: 5-10 senior hitter Liz Drewry (the squad’s lone senior), 5-10 junior hitter Paige Perreault, and 6-1 junior middle blocker Megan Mooney (pictured lower right). Drewry averaged 1.31 kills and 1.14 digs last season, while Perreault served 27 aces and registered 1.71 digs per set and Mooney tallied 1.47 kills and 0.70 blocks per set. All three also earned honorable mention Peach Belt Conference All-Academic Team accolades. “The team has made successful strides in pre-season practice, but we have reached a point where we want to show these strides on the court against outside competition,” MacDonald said. “We are thrilled to start our season in a tournament at home. This gives us an opportunity to play and gain experience in a familiar environment.” According to MacDonald, returning sophomore Sloan Shank and junior college transfer Kailey Smith will share the setting duties to begin the season. “Each player provides us with unique qualities in that spot. Sloane has returned to campus with an improved and solid offensive game, in addition to giving us a 6-0 setter that can join in the blocking game. Kailey has a steady demeanor on the court and does a great job setting in the middle.” Joining one of those players in the probable starting line-up will be Drewry, Perreault, Mooney, and two junior college transfers: 5-11 junior Jessica Imbimbo (Pasco-Hernando Community College in Florida) and 5-10 sophomore Shelby Jones (Arizona Western College). The libero position will likely be filled by returning sophomore Meghan Peji, who appeared in 26 matches last season and averaged 1.89 digs per set. “Meghan has developed a more mature game, become more steady on her serve receptions, and taken on the role of defensive leader on the court,” said MacDonald. Also returning is 6-0 sophomore middle blocker Alex Matz, who saw action in 14 matches in 2011. Among the other newcomers are 5-9 sophomore hitter Rebekah Davis (a transfer from Lander University), 5-9 freshman hitter Alexzandra Reed (Corona, Calif.) and 5-4 freshman defensive specialist Brianna West (Lexington, S.C.). The Patriots’ 2012 schedule includes 12 home dates among the squad’s 29 matches. Each of the past three years, Francis Marion has earned an AVCA Team Academic Award.

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2012 FMU Patriot Player Profiles #1

LIZ DREWRY

Outside Hitter, 5’10”, Sr., Richmond, Va.

FMU: Three-year returning letterwinner and part-time starter.....Team’s lone senior....Has not missed a match in 3 seasons with 32 starts....2011 PBC All-Academic Team....Steady blocker....Good all-around player....Versatile.....High volleyball IQ....Excellent court awareness on the attack....Good block height....Possessses a jump serve that will cause problems for opposing team's passers....StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) 2009-10, 2010-11.....PBC Presidential Honor Roll 2012, 2011, 2010....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2010, 2010 (fall), 2011 (spring, fall), 2012 (spring)....Chi Alpha Sigma national college athlete honor soceity....Omicron Delta Kappa honor society.....PERSONAL: Born Elizabeth Ashby Drewry in Richmond, Va.....Attended Mills E. Godwin High School and played for coach Jason Garrett....As a senior, compiled more than 320 kills and almost 300 digs....Helped Eagles to a 14-12 record, the Central Region championship, and a spot in the 2008 state tournament quarterfinals....2008 second-team VHSCA AAA All-State and first-team All-District and All-Region honors....2007 first-team All-District and second-team All-Region choice....Played for the UTurn Volleyball Academy and the Richmond Volleyball Club....Nicknames are Liz and Biz.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: Favorite Athlete: Maggie Murphy....Favorite Sports Team: Richmond Flying Squirrels....Favorite Movie: Remember the Titans....Favorite TV Shows: Pretty Little Liars, Grey's Anatomy....Favorite Food: Crepes with nutella....Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Futsal....Favorite Website: pinterest....Favorite On-Line Activity: pinning....Do You Tweet: Yes....What’s in Your CD Player/ iPOD: Mumford and Sons, Kings of Leon....Favorite Thing About FMU: Campus Cats and my team of course!....Hobbies:Exploring the Earth and driving Megan Mooney everywhere....Interesting Notes: I room with Megan Mooney....Brush With Greatness: Met Mark Ballas from Dancing with the Stars. .....MAJOR: Business Management. Year 2011 2010 2009 Totals

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M 30 31 31 92

G 107 113 115 335

K 140 99 139 378

E 73 37 75 185

TA 554 389 475 1418

K% .121 .159 .135 .136

KPG 1.31 0.88 1.21 1.28

SLOANE SHANK

A 13 122 24 159

APG 0.12 1.08 0.21 0.47

SA 6 26 22 54

D 122 262 96 480

DPG 1.14 2.32 0.83 1.43

BS 6 0 5 11

BA 26 19 48 93

Setter, 6’0”, So., Fayetteville, N.C.

FMU: Returning letterwinner....Has improved her offensive game....Appeared in 17matches as a freshman with one start....Possesses a great touch for the ball on her set.....At six-feet tall, can join in the blocking game and has the chance to develop her game to become an offensive threat with the second ball, in addition to her distribution responsibilities.....Athleticism and endurance are second to none.....Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll 2012....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011 (fall), 2012 (spring).....PERSONAL: Born Sloane Elizabeth Shank in Fayetteville, N.C....Attended Jack Britt High School, where she played for coach Krista Marrara.....As a senior, was named to the Fayetteville Observer’s first-team Cape Fear All-Region Team....Senior stats: 834 assists, 1.0 kill per game, a .432 kill percentage, 70 aces, 126 total blocks....Helped Buccaneers to a 23-4 record.....JBHS won consecutive conference title.....2010 UnderArmour Player of the Week selection (10-17-10)....Mid-South Conference All-Tournament Team honors.....Junior stats: 482 assists, 89 service aces, 60 kills, 35 total blocks, a .429 kill percentage.....2009 All-Region....Played with Heather Erickson, a member of the U.S. Paralympic Sitting Volleyball Team....Also played soccer and basketball....Also played for the Fayetteville Area Volleyball Association, where she earned 2010 MidSouth Player of the Year recognition.....Nickname is Sloaney Bologna.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Veterinarian....Favorite Athlete: Kerri Walsh....Favorite Sports Team: UNC Tarheels....Favorite Movie: Just Go With It....Favorite TV show: Price is Right....Favorite Food: Pulled Pork....Favorite Sport other than your own: Baseball....Favorite Website: Facebook....Favorite Online Activity: Pinterest....Do you tweet: Yes....What's in your CD player/iPod? Country, Hip/hop, pop, and rap....Favorite thing about FMU: Playing volleyball....Hobbies: Working out, shopping, painting nails and traveling....Interesting Notes: Awarded Female Athlete of the Year and Mid-South Volleyball Player of the Year for senior year of high school; selected as the Female Finalist for the High School Heisman for Jack Britt High School; played volleyball, basketball and soccer for four years in high school.....Brush with Greatness: Attended Price is Right taping and X-Factor taping for 2012 season.....MAJOR: Biology. Year 2011

M 17

G 27

K 6

E 3

TA 19

7

K% .158

KPG 0.22

A 30

APG 1.11

SA 0

D 16

DPG 0.59

BS 0

BA 3


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BRIANNA WEST Libero/Def. Specialist, 5’4”, Fr., Lexington, S.C.

FMU: First-year player.....Quick on defense, allows her to get to a lot of balls that other might not....Has improved her service reception....Benefited from early enrollment....Graduated from high school in December 2011 and enrolled early at FMU (spring semester 2012).....Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll 2012....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2012 (spring).....PERSONAL: Born Brianna Lee West in Georgia.....Graduated from Lexington High School, where she played for coach Kerri Carnes.....Helped lead the Wildcats to a 17-10 mark as a senior and an appearance in the second round of the AAAA state tournament.....All-Tournament at the 2011 Lady Gamecocks Spikeoff Tournament in Sumter.....Led her squad in digs and service aces in 2010 as a junior.....Also played for the club team Magnum 18 Mizuno Black....Palmetto USAV All-Region in 2009....Participated in the 2010 USAV nationals in Reno, Nev.....An AP Honors student and a National Honor Society nominee....Nickname is Bri.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Olympic athlete....Favorite Athlete: Michael Phelps (who doesn't love the most decorated olympian who just dominated his sport)....Favorite Sports Team: Francis Marion Athletic Teams....Favorite Movie: Avatar....Favorite TV Show: Big Bang Theory....Favorite Food: ALL....Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Baseball....Favorite Website: Pinterst....Do You Tweet: Yes....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: All music....Favorite Thing About FMU: Campus cats, but really the close athletic community....Brush With Greatness: Once met Tim Tebow......MAJOR: Psychology.

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ALEX MATZ

Middleblocker, 6’0”, So., Louisville, Ky.

FMU: Returning letterwinner.....Appeared in 14 matches as a freshman, making three starts....Gained valuable experience in 2011 and will be looked to for more contributions as a sophomore....Possesses good block reading abilities....Comes from an extremely competitive high schhol volleyball conference....Bright future....Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll 2012....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2011 (fall), 2012 (spring)....Taking Honors courses.....PERSONAL: Born Alexandra Marie Matz in Louisville, Ky.....Attended Sacred Heart Academy where she played for coaches Eric Garvey, Kara Hamilton, and Jordan Looney....District All-State as a senior as Valkyries posted a 2513 record....Helped team to one state runner-up finish....Earned team's Ms. Defense Award as a junior....4-time All-State Academic selection....Member of schol's National Honor Society....Spanish Honor Society....A Peer Leader....Also played with MidAmerica Volleyball Association....Was a member of her school's swim team....Nickname is Alex.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: A Doctor.....Favorite Athletes: Kentucky/Louisville basketball players....Favorite Sports Team: University of Kentucky basketball.....Favorite Movie: The Help.....Favorite TV Show: Bravo.....Favorite Food: Pomegranates .....Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Swimming....Favorite Website: eBay.....Favorite On-Line Activity: Shopping.....Do You Tweet: Yes.....What’s in Your CD Player/ iPOD: Country Music, Rock Music, Rap Music.....Favorite Thing About FMU: The diversity in students, and the positive contrast the campus has in comparison to the universities in Kentucky......Hobbies: Working out, tanning, drawing.....Interesting Notes: I am the only one in my family to go out of state for college and to play at the Division II level; My high school team made it to the State Finals two years in a row......Brush With Greatness: My Father surviving prostate cancer, my aunt surviving melanoma and cervical cancer, and my grandmother surviving colon, liver, stomach and ovarian cancer! I once saved a 7-year old who was drowning at the pool I managed - such a scary, rewarding and honorable moment in my life.....MAJOR: Pre-Med biology. Year 2011

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G 26

K 14

E 14

TA 54

K% .000

ALEXZANDRA REED

KPG 0.54

A 0

APG 0.00

SA 0

D 6

DPG 0.23

BS 1

BA 9

Outside Hitter, 5’9”, Fr., Corona, Calif.

FMU: First-year player at FMU.....Comes from an extremely good high school program – one that sent two hitters to the (NCAA) Division I level.....Very quick off the floor and blocks better than her 5-9 frame might suggest.....Will be looked to for contributions as a freshman in one role or another.....PERSONAL: Born Alexzandra Sue Reed in Anaheim Calif.....A graduate of Mission Viejo High School, where she played for coach Gus Culver.....2-year varsity letterwinner....Averaged 1.3 kills per set and compiled 49 blocks and 22 digs as a senior for the 17-10 Diablos....Nickname is Alex.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: A Veterinarian....Favorite Athletes: Blake Griffin, Dirk Nowitzki, and Brett Farve....Favorite Sports Teams: Too many to chose one....Favorite Food: Mexican Food....Favorite Sports Other than Your Own: Football and Basketball....Favorite Website: Amazon.com....Favorite On-Line Activity: Buying things off Amazon.com....Do You Tweet: No....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Everything....Favorite Thing About FMU: The diversity....Hobbies: Dancing, shopping, making people laugh, and playing almost any sport......MAJOR: Undecided.

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#6

SHELBY JONES

MB/RS, 5’10”, So., Buckeye, Ariz.

FMU: First-year player at FMU....Steady blocker with good vision....Will be successful in the Peach Belt Conference....Still learning on the offensive side, but with no real weaknesses excited to watch her develop....Transfer from Arizona Western College where she was a teammate of Kailey Smith....AWC: In 2011, posted a .189 hitting percentage and averaged 0.25 blocks per set for a 12-9 Matadors squad that tied for second in the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference.....Medically redshirted in 2010.....PERSONAL: Shelby Nicole Jones was born in Buckeye, Arizona.....A product of Buckeye Union High School, where she played under the direction of head coach Leaven Eubank.....Honorable mention All-State performer....Nickname is Shelbs.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Just like my daddy....Favorite Athlete: HUGE Tim Tebow fan!....Favorite Sports Team: University of Georgia Football....Favorite Movie: The Lion King....Favorite TV Show: Grey' Anatomy....Favorite Food: Mexican Food....Favorite Website: Pinterest.com....Favorite On-Line Activity: Tweeting.....Do You Tweet: Yes....What's in Your CD Player/iPOD: Everything from oldies to rap.....Favorite Thing About FMU: The Location and the opportunity to be a part of FMU athletics....Hobbies: Volleyball, swimming, working out, and showing livestock.... Interesting Notes: All-State honorable mention player in high school for volleyball; Grew up on a farm raising and showing champion hogs. .....MAJOR: Biology / Pre-Med.

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REBEKAH DAVIS

OH/RS, 5’9”, So., Columbia, S.C.

FMU: First-year player at FMU....Athletic....Adds depth to the Patriot roster....Transfer from Lander University.....Possesses experience playing in the Peach Belt Conference....LU: Averaged 1.55 kills (.188%), 1.20 digs, and 0.33 blocks per set in 29 matches.....PERSONAL: Rebekah Davis born in Irmo, S.C....A graduate of W.J. Keenan High School....2A All-State Team as a junior....Nickname is Beck.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: A sports broadcaster....Favorite Athlete: Cam Newton....Favorite Sports Team: Alabama (Roll Tide) Football ....Favorite Food: Chicken....Favorite Sports Other than Your Own: Football and Basketball....Do You Tweet: No....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: A little bit of everything....Favorite Thing About FMU: My teammates and also the campus.....Hobbies: Dancing and having fun....Interesting Notes: Father (Calvin) is in the Hall of Fame at Allen University for basketball. Mother (Rose) played volleyball and basketball for Francis Marion......MAJOR: Psychology. Year 2011

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M 29

G 92

K 143

E 55

TA 467

JESSICA IMBIMBO

K% .188

KPG 1.55

A 39

APG 0.42

SA 7

D 110

DPG 1.20

BS 3

BA 27

OPP, 5’11”, Jr., Hudson, Fla.

FMU: First-year player at FMU....A powerful left-handed hitter that will give the squad a different look on the attack.....Should make an immediate impact....Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) 201213....Transfer from Pasco-Hernando Community College in Florida....PHCC: In 2011, averaged 2.50 kills and 2.47 digs per set with a .282 hitting percentage, 31 service aces, and 24 blocks.....Helped the Lady Quistas to a 31-11 record and an appearance in the NJCAA national tournament.....2011 Team captain, most valuable player at the regional tournament, All-Tournament Team at two events, her squad’s Most Outstanding Player, and school's Student-Athlete of the Year.....As a freshman, she started every match as PHCC went 36-7 and won the NJCAA Division II national championship.....Averaged 1.83 kills and 2.07 digs per set, while posting a .224 hitting percentage with 28 aces and 48 blocks.....PERSONAL: Jessica Lynn Imbimbo born in Hudson, Fla.....A product of Hudson High School, where she played for coaches Linda McQuade and Shayna Munson.....2-time All-Conference....Earned team MVP honors as a senior, and was named the school’s Female Athlete of the Year in 2010....Also played for the Pinellas Heat Volleyball Club.....Nickname is Bimbo.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Firefighter....Favorite Athlete: Misty May-Treanor....Favorite Movie: The Hangover....Favorite TV Show: Glee....Favorite Food: Steak....Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Soccer....Favorite Website: YouTube ....Favorite On-Line Activity: Watching funny videos on YouTube....Do You Tweet: Yes....What's in Your CD Player/iPOD: A little bit of everything.....Favorite Thing About FMU: How friendly the students and staff are.....Hobbies: Going to the beach with my friends, volleyball, and a good book to read.....Interesting Notes: I was Athlete of the Year in high school as a senior year and Student-Athlete of the Year as a sophomore year at PHCC. Something odd about me is that I was into bowling from when I was 8-years-old until I started playing volleyball at 16. I was even on my high school bowling team and helped win a conference championship.....Brush With Greatness: Won NJCAA Division II national championship as a freshman at Pasco-Hernando Community College. Went to state playoffs in two different sports (volleyball and soccer) in high school; District champions in high school soccer 3 years in a row (sophomore-senior years). ......MAJOR: Mass Communications.

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#12

MEGAN MOONEY

Middleblocker, 6’1”, Jr., Lake Oswego, Ore.

FMU: 2-year returning letterwinner.....Starter last season....2011: Ranked 8th in the PBC in block assists and total blocks and 11th in blocks per set....2011 PBC All-Academic Team....Quick attack.....Does good job with slide.....Possesses good serve....Has improved her blocking abilities and her powerful attack behind the setter....Will be looked to for major contributions in 2012....PBC Presidential Honor Roll 2012, 2011....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2010-11 (fall and spring), 2011 (fall), 2012 (spring).....PERSONAL: Born Megan Roseanne Mooney in Portland, Ore.....Attended Lake Oswego High School and played for coaches K.T. Emerson and Christy Burnett....As a senior, earned first-team All-League (Three Rivers) recognition....Also played with the ASICS Athena Volleyball Academy....Great grandfather founded Carl’s Jr. restuarant chain, which later bought out Hardee’s on the West Coast.....Nicknames are Meg, Moonster, Megooney, Megoons.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: A mom.....Favorite Athletes: Elizabeth Drewry and Kobayashi.....Favorite Sports Teams: Anaheim Angels and Seattle Mariners.....Favorite Movies: The Sandlot, Lion King.....Favorite TV Shows: River Monsters, America's Funniest Home Videos.....Favorite Foods: Pancakes and Chips and Salsa/Guacamole....Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Baseball....Favorite Website: Pinterest.....Favorite On-Line Activity: Skyping Liz Drewry.....Do You Tweet: No.....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Country and oldies.....Favorite Thing About FMU: Rooming with Liz Drewry.....Hobbies: Laughing, shooting, fishing, camping and traveling.....Interesting Notes: Great Grandpa founded Carl's Jr., which bought out Hardee's......Brush With Greatness: She let the dogs out, she knows where Waldo is, and when she stares at the sun, it blinks. .....MAJOR: Business Marketing. Year 2011 2010 Totals

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M 30 10 40

G 112 13 125

K 165 7 172

E 88 5 93

TA 438 20 458

K% .176 .100 .172

PAIGE PERREAULT

KPG 1.47 0.54 1.38

A 18 0 18

APG 0.16 0.00 0.14

SA 19 6 25

D 73 3 76

DPG 0.65 0.23 0.61

BS 11 1 12

BA 67 3 70

Outside Hitter, 5’10”, So., Kankakee, Ill.

FMU: 2-year returning letterwinner.....Projected starter....Started 18 matches in 2011....2011: Ranked 15th in the PBC in service aces per set and 16th in total aces....2011 PBC All-Academic Team....Has appeared in every match during career (61).....High energy player.....Hits nice heavy ball......Long distance serve.....Fierce competitor.....Diversified game.....Great attack reach, developed from training on a men’s height-net during her two seasons of practice with her club’s boys squad.....FMU Chemistry Club....PBC Presidential Honor Roll 2012, 2011....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 201011 (fall and spring), 2011 (fall), 2012 (spring).....ADA Academic Achievement Award 2012.....PERSONAL: Born Paige Elizabeth Perreault in Kankakee, Ill.....Attended Clifton Central High School and played for coach Amber Boudreau....Also played with the Ultimate Volleyball Club and participated in the 2009 USAV Girls Junior Olympic Championships.....Once met Mike Ditka.....Nickname is Ging.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Veterinarian.....Favorite Athlete: Misty-May Treanor.....Favorite Sports Teams: Chicago Bears, Cubs, and Blackhawks.....Favorite Movie: Miss Congeniality......Favorite TV Show: Keeping Up with The Kardashians.....Favorite Food: Pizza.....Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Tennis....Favorite Website: Facebook.....Favorite On-Line Activity: Facebook/Shopping.....Do You Tweet: No.....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: A lot of country!/ some rap/hip hop/oldies......Favorite Thing About FMU: My team and all the athletes at FMU along with the professors.....Hobbies: Boating, fishing, sand volleyball, talking, studying, working out....Interesting Notes: I'm petrified of frogs, but love spiders....Brush With Greatness: Being on the same court as Megan Mooney.....MAJOR: Pre-Med biology. Year 2011 2010 Totals

M 30 31 61

G 113 72 185

K 105 88 193

E 67 42 109

TA 394 278 672

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K% .096 .165 .125

KPG 0.93 1.22 1.04

A 15 3 18

APG 0.13 0.04 0.10

SA 27 7 34

D 193 45 238

DPG 1.71 0.62 1.29

BS 1 2 3

BA 18 12 30


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MEGHAN PEJI

Libero, 5’6”, So., Virginia Beach, Va.

FMU: Returning letterwinner....Appeared in 26 matches and started seven times as a freshman......Played mainly as a defensive specialist....Expected to take over libero role in 2012....As a former outside hitter on both her high school and club teams, she has a great understanding of the tendencies of attackers she will be digging.....Bright future.....PERSONAL: Born Meghan Armoreda Peji in Norfolk, VA.....Attended Tallwood High School, where she played for coach Mike Roberts....Three-time team most valuable player for the Lions....Earned second-team All-Beach District recognition as a senior and junior, and honorable mention honors as a sophomore.....Served as Tallwood’s team captain in 2009 and 2010....Attended the 2010 USA Volleyball High Performance A3 Camp....Participated in the 2010 USA Volleyball Junior National Championships in Reno, Nev.....Was also on the track and field team at Tallwood....Also played for the Beach Elite club squad....Nicknames are Peji , Pejj, Peejay.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Professional Soccer Player.....Favorite Athlete: Matthew Anderson (outside hitter Men's U.S. Olympic Team).....Favorite Sports Teams: (basketball) Miami Heat, (football) Pittsburgh Steelers.....Favorite Movie: Titanic.....Favorite TV Shows: The Amazing World of Gumball, Victorius, House, Law & Order SVU.....Favorite Food: Sushi & Sea weed salad....Favorite sport Other than Your Own: Football....Favorite On-Line Activity: Posting Pics on Instagram.....Do You Tweet: Yes.....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Only one song- Diced Pineapples by Rick Ross......Favorite Thing About FMU: Playing volleyball....Hobbies: Longboarding.....Interesting Notes: MVP three years in a row in high school. Second-team All-Districts both as a junior & senior, honorable mention sophomore season. Was selected to attend A3 high performance volleyball camp in 2010 as an outside hitter.....MAJOR: Biology. Year 2011

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M 26

G 95

K 6

E 16

TA 66

KAILEY SMITH

K% -.152

KPG 0.06

A 16

APG 0.17

SA 0

D 180

DPG 1.89

BS 0

BA 0

Setter, 5’10”, Jr., Sumner, Wash.

FMU: First-year player at FMU....An accurate setter that does a good job of distributing the ball.....Delivers a ball that hitters like to handle.....Steady demeanor on the court....Does a great job setting in the middle.....Transfer from Arizona Western College, where she was ateammate of Shelby Jones....AWC: In 2011, handed out 9.73 assists per set, while serving seven aces and averaging 0.97 digs per set for a 12-9 Matadors squad that tied for second in the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference.....The team was 19-9 in 2010 as she averaged 5.42 assists and 1.19 digs per set.....PERSONAL: Kailey Christine Smith, born in Tacoma, Wash....A product of Sumner High School, where she played for coach Mike Fitzpatrick.....Nickname is Kay.....PERSONAL FAVORITES: Favorite Athlete: Ken Griffey Jr.....Favorite Sports Teams: Seattle Mariners and Seahawks....Favorite TV Show: Law & Order SVU....Favorite Food: Steak....Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Football....Favorite Website: Pinterest....Do You Tweet: Yes....What's in Your CD Player/iPOD: A little bit of everything....Hobbies: Photography, drawing, volleyball....Interesting Notes: I have an extra rib....Brush With Greatness: Once met Edgar Martinez.....MAJOR: Graphic Design.

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2011 Dig Pink Match

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Francis Marion University 2011 Stats and Results # # Name GP-MP-MS 17 Bennett 112-30-28 11 Mitchell 104-29-18 8 Parker 113-30-28 12 Mooney 112-30-27 18 Crook 113-30-28 2 Shank 27-17-1 1 Drewry 107-30-14 13 Perreault113-30-18 3 Legg 113-30-1 4 Matz 26-14-3 6 Porter 20-13-1 14 Peji 95-26-7 FMU 113-30-30 Opponents 113-30-30

K 123 214 180 165 303 6 140 105 2 14 9 6 1267 1387

## 17 11 8 12 18 2 1 13 3 4 6 14

G 112 104 113 112 113 27 107 113 113 26 20 95

Name Bennett, Nicole Mitchell, Amanda Parker, Danielle Mooney, Megan Crook, Ashlee Shank, Sloane Drewry, Liz Perreault, Paige Legg, Hallie Matz, Alex Porter, Erin Peji, Meghan TEAM

FMU Opponents

113 113

FINAL Record: 12-18 # # # # $ $ $ $ * * * * * * * ^ * * + + * * * * * &

Date Sep 02, 2011 Sep 02, 2011 Sep 03, 2011 Sep 03, 2011 Sep 09, 2011 Sep 09, 2011 Sep 10, 2011 Sep 10, 2011 Sep 14, 2011 Sep 20, 2011 Sep 23, 2011 Sep 24, 2011 Sep 28, 2011 Sep 30, 2011 Oct 1, 2011 Oct 08, 2011 Oct 09, 2011 Oct 15, 2011 Oct 15, 2011 Oct 18, 2011 Oct 21, 2011 Oct 22, 2011 Oct 22, 2011 Oct 25, 2011 Oct 28, 2011 Oct 29, 2011 Nov 02, 2011 Nov 04, 2011 Nov 05, 2011 Nov 11, 2011

vs vs vs at at at

at at at at vs at vs vs at at at vs

|—————ATTACK————| K/Game E TA Pct 1.10 37 356 .242 2.06 87 574 .221 1.59 81 468 .212 1.47 88 438 .176 2.68 138 967 .171 0.22 3 19 .158 1.31 73 554 .121 0.93 67 394 .096 0.02 1 38 .026 0.54 14 54 .000 0.45 9 39 .000 0.06 16 66 -.152 11.21 614 3967 .165 12.27 616 4046 .191 |——RECEPT——| RE TA Pct 2 8 .750 3 24 .875 1 3 .667 2 19 .895 37 611 .939 0 0 .000 13 105 .876 22 162 .864 56 693 .919 0 2 1.000 0 1 1.000 28 267 .895 16 180 2197 .918 138 2163 .936

|—SET—| A A/Game T A 919 8.21 2528 10 0.10 59 4 0.04 37 18 0.16 72 39 0.35 233 30 1.11 152 13 0.12 68 15 0.13 90 85 0.75 424 0 0.00 4 1 0.05 3 16 0.17 87 1151 10.19 3758 1296 11.47 3870

SA 34 17 0 19 7 0 6 27 27 0 1 0 138 180

|——SERVE——| SA/Gm S E TA 0.30 39 413 0.16 23 208 0.00 0 1 0.17 44 303 0.06 12 385 0.00 5 18 0.06 2 107 0.24 10 399 0.24 23 411 0.00 5 32 0.05 4 11 0.00 9 78 1.22 176 2366 1.59 213 2448

|—DIG—| DIG Dig/G 221 1.97 83 0.80 26 0.23 73 0.65 316 2.80 16 0.59 122 1.14 193 1.71 518 4.58 6 0.23 3 0.15 180 1.89

|————BLOCKING————| BS BA Total B/Game 3 22 25 0.22 7 58 65 0.62 20 85 105 0.93 11 67 78 0.70 9 39 48 0.42 0 3 3 0.11 6 26 32 0.30 1 18 19 0.17 0 0 0 0.00 1 9 10 0.38 0 3 3 0.15 0 0 0 0.00

BE 2 7 5 2 4 1 3 3 0 4 0 0

BHE 18 2 2 0 1 2 0 2 3 0 0 1

1757 1850

58 55

32 37

31 46

PBC Record: 4-10

Opponent BELMONT ABBEY COLL. NEWBERRY COLLEGE ERSKINE COLLEGE CARSON-NEWMAN COLL. Lenoir-Rhyne King Lees-McRae Tusculum Coker College The Citadel LANDER UNIVERSITY USC AIKEN UNC PEMBROKE Flagler #19 Armstrong Augusta State Univ. of Montevallo Brevard Anderson #16 ARMSTRONG FLAGLER COLLEGE Coastal Georgia St. Andrews COKER COLLEGE Lander University USC Aiken UNC Pembroke UNIV. OF MONTEVALLO AUGUSTA STATE UNIV. UNC Pembroke

PCT .364 .169 .108 .250 .167 .197 .191 .167 .200 .000 .333 .184 .306 .335

15.55 16.37

330 223.0 1.97 222 166.0 1.47

Home: 5-7 Away: 2-9

Score W 3-1 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 L W 3-1 W 3-2 0-3 L W 3-1 2-3 L 1-3 L 2-3 L W 3-0 1-3 L 1-3 L 2-3 L W 3-2 W 3-0 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L W 3-0 W 3-1 0-3 L

# FMU Invitational in Florence, SC $ Tusculum College Fall Classic in Greeneville, TN ^ at Anderson, SC + Crossover Tournament in Greenwood, SC & Peach Belt Conference Tournament in Augusta, GA

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PCT .906 .889 1.000 .855 .969 .722 .981 .975 .944 .844 .636 .885 .926 .913

Neutral: 5-2

Score-by-game 25-17,26-24,22-25,25-14 25-18,14-25,14-25,19-25 22-25,15-25,21-25 24-26,25-27,15-25 14-25,25-22,22-25,19-25 25-21,25-15,20-25,27-25 25-16,20-25,25-21,17-25,15-9 19-25,16-25,12-25 25-12,25-22,12-25,25-20 21-25,25-22,25-23,18-25,12-15 25-20,23-25,15-25,18-25 19-25,25-13,25-18,18-25,13-15 25-15,25-16,25-18 21-25,25-20,13-25,13-25 18-25,12-25,25-22,15-25 25-22,23-25,25-18,15-25,7-15 21-25,22-25,25-12,25-23,15-8 25-18,25-21,25-18 22-25,13-25,25-20,19-25 23-25,10-25,18-25 19-25,14-25,21-25 25-19,25-19,25-17 22-25,25-16,25-18,25-19 25-10,25-19,25-16 25-17,20-25,24-26,25-16,12-15 16-25,20-25,22-25 19-25,22-25,20-25 25-21,25-20,25-22 25-18,20-25,26-24,25-16 23-25,19-25,10-25

Time 1:38 1:37 1:16 1:30 1:45 1:42 1:56 1:08 1:42 2:21 1:51 2:03 1:15 1:43 1:38 2:13 1:59 1:15 1:36 1:16 1:20 1:23 1:41 1:21 1:08 1:20 1:31 1:38 1:54 1:16

Att 175 225 185 210 52 185 85 292 206 151 262 106 333 423 110 76 147 32 51 144 113 67 41 227 125 267 341 167 125 105


FMU Volleyball All-Time Series Records 1973-2011 Alabama-Huntsville, Univ. of Anderson University (SC) Appalachian State University (NC) Armstrong Atlantic State Univ. (GA) Arkansas-Monticello, Univ. of Ashland University (OH) Augusta State University (GA) Barry University (FL) Barton College (NC) * Bellarmine College (KY) Belmont Abbey College (NC) Benedict College (SC) Berry College (GA) Brenau University (GA) Brevard College (NC) Bridgeport, Univ. of (CT) California University (PA) Catawba College (NC) Carson-Newman College (TN) Central Arkansas, University of Central Florida, University of Charleston, University of (WV) Charleston Southern Univ. (SC) *** Chowan College (NC) Christian Brothers University (TN) Claflin College (SC) Clemson University (SC) Coastal Carolina University (SC) Coastal Georgia, College of Coker College (SC) College of Charleston (SC) Columbia College (SC) Columbus College (GA) Concord College (WV) Converse College (SC) Davidson College (NC) Davis & Elkins College (WV) Doane College (NE) East Carolina University (NC) Eckerd College (FL) Elon College (NC) Emporia State University (KS) Erskine College (SC) Fairmont State University (WV) Fayetteville State University (NC) Flagler College (FL) Florida Gulf Coast University Florida Southern College Florida Tech Franklin Pierce University (NH) Furman University (SC) Gardner-Webb University (NC) Georgia, University of Georgia State University Glenville State College (WV) Guilford College (NC) Harding University (AR) Henderson State University (AR) High Point College (NC) Indiana U.-Purdue U. at Indianapolis James Madison University (VA)

2-1 6-3 2-2 22-29 0-1 0-1 31-15 0-4 10-1 1-0 2-0 11-3 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 7-10 3-4 1-0 0-1 0-3 20-19 1-0 1-0 8-0 2-6 26-13 1-0 49-8 9-43 18-2 2-0 2-0 18-4 1-0 3-0 0-1 0-2 0-6 2-5 0-1 28-8 2-0 10-0 0-6 0-2 0-6 4-3 1-0 5-0 7-3 0-1 0-2 2-0 1-2 0-1 0-1 4-5 2-0 1-1

Johnson C. Smith University (NC) 1-0 Kentucky State University 0-1 King College (TN) 1-1 LaGrange College (GA) 1-0 Lander University (SC) 34-10 Lees-McRae College (NC) 2-4 Lenoir-Rhyne College (NC) 9-7 Lewis University (IL) 0-1 Limestone College (SC) 30-15 Lincoln Memorial University (TN) 1-0 Lock Haven University (PA) 0-2 Lynn University (FL) 0-1 Madonna University (MI) 1-0 Mars Hill College (NC) 3-2 Memphis State University (TN) 0-1 Mercer University (GA) 1-0 Meredith College (NC) 0-1 Methodist College (NC) 4-4 Millersville University (PA) 1-0 Milligan College (TN) 1-3 Minnesota State University-Mankato 0-1 Mississippi, University of 0-1 Montevallo, University of (AL) 3-10 Montreat College (NC) 1-0 Mount Olive College (NC) 8-1 Murray State University (KY) 0-1 Nebraska-Omaha, University of 0-1 New Haven, University of (CT) 1-0 Newberry College (SC) 23-19 North Alabama, Univ. of 0-2 North Carolina Central University 5-0 North Carolina State University 0-2 North Florida, University of 3-16 Northwood University (MI) 0-2 Nova Southeastern University (FL) 0-1 Palm Beach Atlantic College (FL) 2-2 Peace JUCO 2-0 Pfeiffer University (NC) 5-0 Presbyterian College (SC) 15-20 Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras 0-1 Queens University of Charlotte (NC) 9-0 Rockhust University (MO) 0-1 Rollins College (FL) 4-11 St. Andrews Presbyterian Coll. (NC) 27-4 St. Augustine’s College (NC) 3-1 Saint Leo University (FL) 6-3 Savannah College of Art & Design (GA) 3-0 Shaw University (NC) 1-0 Slippery Rock University (PA) 1-1 South Carolina, University of 3-15 South Carolina State University 8-1 South Dakota State University 0-1 Southern Arkansas University 0-1 Southern Illinois Univ. at Edwardsville 1-0 Southern Wesleyan Univ. (SC) **** 6-6 Tampa, University of (FL) 0-8 Tennessee, University of 0-1 Texas Wesleyan College 0-1 The Citadel (SC) 0-1 Thomas More College (KY) 0-1 Tusculum College (TN) 3-3

FMU MILESTONE WINS NO. #1 #100 #200 #300 #400 #500 #600 #700

OPPONENT (DATE) vs Pembroke State University 15-2, 15-7 (9-27-73) # Atlantic Christian College (11-1-79) @ Baptist College 10-15, 15-11, 15-12 (9-16-83) at Converse College 15-13, 15-8, 15-7 (10-10-88) vs Coker College 15-4, 15-13, 15-5 (10-28-93) vs Presbyterian College 15-8, 15-1, 15-1 (9-9-98) at Lander University 31-29, 30-13, 30-25 (10-1-04) vs SC State University 30-28, 25-16, 25-7

# tri-match in Laurinburg, N.C.

All-Time FMU Team Record 39 seasons 740 wins 597 losses .553 winning percentage

@ College of Charleston Invitational in Charleston, S.C.

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Union College (KY) UNC Charlotte UNC Greensboro UNC Pembroke** UNC Wilmington USC Aiken USC Upstate ^ Valdosta State University (GA) Virginia Union University Washburn University Wayne State University (MI) West Alabama, University of West Florida, Univ. of West Georgia, University of West Virginia Wesleyan College Western Carolina University (NC) Westmont College (CA) Wingate University (NC) Winthrop College (SC) Wofford College (SC)

1-0 2-1 3-1 42-30 9-1 41-36 33-38 2-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 3-0 0-1 3-6 3-0 2-5 0-1 13-15 8-31 3-5

* Formerly known as Atlantic Christian Coll. ** Formerly known as Pembroke State Univ. *** Formerly known as Baptist College **** Formerly known as Central Wesleyan Coll. 8-31-12 ^ Formerly USC Spartanburg

Post-Season Action -------------------------------------------------------

2008 23-9 NCAA II Southeast Regional in Wingate, N.C.

2005 29-11 record PBC Tournament champs NCAA II South Regional in Tampa, Fla. 1998 27-6 record PBC Tournament champs NCAA II South Regional in Tampa Fla. 1991 28-14 record NAIA District Six champs NAIA Tri-District XI Tournament in Florence 1990 23-20 record NAIA District Six champs NAIA Bi-District XI champs NAIA national tournament in Laie, Hawaii 1981 41-10 record AIAW II Region II Tournament in Florence 1978 7-23 record AIAW regional tournament in Florence 1974 16-16 record AIAW regional tournament in Richmond, Ky.


SMITH UNIVERSITY CENTER Named in honor of the university’s first president, Dr. Walter D. Smith, the Smith University Center provides comprehensive facilities for student services and activities as well as for recreation and athletic programs to serve students, faculty, and staff. Opened in 1974, the center’s gymnasium seats 2,547 for volleyball/basketball and has recently undergone several renovation projects. Improvements include new theatre-style seating on the east side, a hardwood floor, new scoreboards, a new lighting system, a new sound system, and a new paint job. The FMU women’s volleyball team owns a 340-189 (.643) record in the Smith University Center, including a 14-1 mark in 2008. Between 1995 and 1997, the squad won 30 consecutive home matches, and between 1995 and 2000, won 54 of 56 home contests (including undefeated home seasons in 1996 and 1998). In addition to numerous sporting events, the building has hosted musical concerts, an appearance by Miss America 1994 Kimberly Aiken, U.S. Presidential candidates, and both college and high school commencement exercises. Francis Marion hosted the 1978 AIAW Division II National Women’s Basketball Tournament. FMU hosted AIAW regional volleyball tournaments in 1978 and 1981 and the Peach Belt Conference volleyball tournament in 1992, 1993, 1998, and 2006.

Francis Marion University is a member of the 14-school NCAA Division II Peach Belt Conference (formerly the Peach Belt Athletic Conference). Other PBC members include Armstrong Atlantic State University (in Savannah, Ga.), Augusta State University (Augusta, Ga.), Clayton State University (Morrow, Ga.), Columbus State University (Columbus, Ga.), Flagler College (St. Augustine’s, Fla.), Georgia College & State University (Milledgeville, Ga.), Georgia Southwestern State University (Americus, Ga.), Lander University (Greenwood, S.C.), University of Montevallo (Ala.), UNC Pembroke, North Georgia College & State University (Dahlonega, Ga.), USC Aiken, and Young Harris College (Ga.). Formed in December 1989 and headquartered in Augusta, Ga., the PBC conducts championships in 15 sports, seven for men and eight for women. Eight of the Peach Belt members sponsor women’s volleyball. The 2012 PBC volleyball tournament will be hosted in St. Augustine, Fla., Nov. 16-18, at Flagler College.

Peach Belt Conference 2011 Volleyball Standings SCHOOL x^ Armstrong Atlantic St. xy^ Flagler UNC Pembroke USC Aiken Augusta State Francis Marion Montevallo Lander

PBC GAMES HOME AWAY 13-1 .929 7-0 6-1 13-1 .929 7-0 6-1 7-7 .500 5-2 2-5 7-7 .500 4-3 3-4 5-9 .357 4-3 1-6 4-10 .286 3-4 1-6 4-10 .286 3-4 1-6 3-11 .214 2-5 1-6

ALL GAMES 36-3 .923 31-7 .816 16-16 .500 15-16 .484 16-19 .457 12-18 .400 13-18 .419 13-19 .406

x - 2011 PBC Champions y - PBC Tournament champions ^ - NCAA Tournament participant

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HOME AWAY 15-0 10-1 9-0 10-3 7-3 3-7 8-4 3-6 9-4 4-9 5-7 2-9 5-6 3-8 7-6 2-9

NEU 11-2 12-4 6-6 4-6 3-6 5-2 5-4 4-4

STREAK L1 L1 L1 L3 L1 L1 L5 L6


FMU Volleyball All-Time Records 1973-2010 INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

TEAM RECORDS

Most Matches Career: 144 by Mary Jackson, 1988-91 143 by Jessica Strader, 2003-06 Most Games Season: 152 by Stacy Ewing, 1995 152 by Jennifer Grande, 1995 Most Kills Match: 33 by Syd Moore vs Presbyterian College, 11-7-97 Season: 546 by Lezlie Logan, 2004 534 by Jennifer Grande, 1995 516 by Barbara Mulligan, 1993 Career: 1,878 by Lezlie Logan, 2003-06 1,523 by Jennifer Grande, 1993-96 Highest Hitting Percentage Season: .567 by Jeannette Alston, 1985 .464 by Krissy Burt, 1996 Career: .401 by Krissy Burt, 1995-98 Most Service Aces Match: 11 by Jessica Lombardi vs Converse, 10-6-07 8 by Jessica Strader vs AASU, 11-12-05 8 by Jennifer Grande vs Elon College, 10-29-94 Season: 105 by Jennifer Grande, 1995 93 by Jennifer Grande, 1994 ; 80 by Jessica Strader, 2005 Career: 279 by Jennifer Grande, 1993-1996 Most Total Blocks Match: 17 by Christy Varn vs Armstrong State College, 11-14-92 Season: 321 by Barbara Mulligan, 1993 Career: 668 by Mary Keith Wiggins, 1991-94 Most Digs Match: 46 by Paige Champy vs Central Wesleyan, 10-22-94 Season: 709 by Jessica Strader, 2005 663 by Jessica Strader, 2004 Career: 2,248 by Jessica Strader, 2003-06 1,886 by Kelsie Deaton (2007-10) 1,680 by Jackie Phiel (2004-07) Most Assists Match: 81 by Crystal Poskey vs Presbyterian College, 11-7-97 Season: 1,562 by Crystal Poskey, 1997 Career: 4,984 by Crystal Poskey, 1996-99 Most Matches with Double Figure Kills: Match: 31 by Lezlie Logan, 2004 Career: 107 by Lezlie Logan, 2003-06 72 by Jennifer Grande, 1993-1996

Most Wins: 41 in 1981 Most Losses: 29 in 1995 Most Matches: 51 in 1981 Best Record: 28-2 (.933) in 1996 Most Consecutive Wins: 20 in 1981 Most Games: 152 in 1995 Most Kills (Match): 99 vs Presbyterian College, 11-7-97 Most Kills (Season): 2,148 in 2005 2,025 in 2004 1,850 in 1997 Highest Hitting Percentage Season: .365 in 1985 .274 in 1996 .273 in 1997 .272 in 1998 Most Service Aces (Match): 21 vs. Virginia Union, 9/1/01 Most Service Aces (Season): 308 in 2005 298 in 2003 Most Total Blocks (Season): 626 in 1994 618 in 1993 Most Digs (Match): 207 vs Central Wesleyan, 10-22-94 Most Digs (Season): 3,060 in 1994 2,805 in 1995 Most Digs Per Game (Season): 21.70 by Francis Marion, 1994 Most Assists (Match): 93 vs Presbyterian College, 11-7-97 Most Assists (Season): 1,889 in 2005 1,744 in 2004 Most Assists Per Game (Season): 13.41 in 1997

Most Matches with Double Figure Digs Season: 35 by Jessica Strader, 2005 34 by Jessica Strader, 2004 and 2006 29 by Jennifer Grande, 1995 Career: 112 by Jessica Strader, 2003-06 Most Matches with 20+ Digs Season: 17 by Jessica Strader, 2004 and 2005 14 by Kelsie Deaton, 2010 ; 8 twice Career: 49 by Jessica Strader, 2003-06 Most Matches with Double Figure Blocks Season: 14 by Barbara Mulligan (FMU), 1993 Career: 20 by Barbara Mulligan (FMU), 1992-93

Kelly Feber 2004

Jessica Strader 2004 Lezlie Logan 2004 15


1991-2011 Peach Belt Conference Standings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 5. 1. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2. 3. 5. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2. 4. 5. 6.

1991 *^USC Aiken 4-0 Francis Marion 3-1 USC Spartanburg 2-2 Armstrong State 1-3 Augusta College 0-4 1992 *^USC Aiken 5-0 Pembroke State 4-1 Armstrong State 2-3 Augusta College 2-3 USC Spartanburg 1-4 Francis Marion 1-4 1993 *USC Spartanburg 4-1 Pembroke State 4-1 USC Aiken 4-1 Francis Marion 2-3 Armstrong State 1-4 Augusta College 0-5 1994 *^USC Spartanburg 10-0 Pembroke State 6-4 USC Aiken 5-5 Francis Marion 5-5 Armstrong State 4-6 Augusta College 0-10 1995 *USC Aiken 9-1 ^USC-Spartanburg 8-2 Augusta College 6-4 Armstrong State 3-7 Pembroke State 2-8 Francis Marion 2-8 1996 *Francis Marion 9-1 ^USC-Aiken 8-2 USC-Spartanburg 6-4 Armstrong Atl. 4-6 Augusta State 3-7 UNC Pembroke 0-10 1997 *North Florida# 11-1 ^Francis Marion 9-3 USC Aiken 9-3 USC Spartanburg 6-6 Armstrong Atl. 5-7 Augusta State 1-11 UNC Pembroke 1-11

26-8 27-15 20-19 15-13 1-22 20-11 23-5 27-12 16-13 18-18 16-16 34-6 24-7 15-17 19-14 17-19 6-21 38-4 30-15 24-15 19-19 18-14 5-29 25-16 17-14 23-13 12-27 11-23 12-29 28-1 19-17 21-14 15-16 15-13 7-20 18-13 32-4 29-10 20-13 22-10 13-16 11-15

1998 1. *^Francis Marion# *North Florida 3. USC Spartanburg USC Aiken 5. Augusta State 6. Armstrong Atl. 7. UNC Pembroke 8. Lander 1999 1. *^North Florida# 2. Armstrong Atl. Francis Marion 4. USC Spartanburg Augusta State 6. Lander USC Aiken 8. UNC Pembroke 2000 1. *^North Florida 2. Armstrong Atl. St. 3. USC Aiken USC Spartanburg 5. Augusta State 6. Francis Marion 7. UNC Pembroke 8. Lander 2001 1. *^North Florida 2. Armstrong Atlantic USC Spartanburg 4. USC Aiken 5. UNC Pembroke 6. Lander 7. Francis Marion 8. Augusta State 2002 1. *North Florida 2. ^Armstrong Atlantic 3. USC Spartanburg 4. USC Aiken 5. UNC Pembroke Francis Marion 7. Augusta State 8. Lander 2003 1. *^North Florida 2. Armstrong Atlantic USC Spartanburg 4. Augusta State 5. Lander USC Aiken 7. Francis Marion 8. UNC Pembroke

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13-1 13-1 9-5 9-5 6-8 4-10 2-12 0-14

27-6 26-8 19-15 14-14 16-12 9-24 4-20 6-21

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

14-0 11-3 11-3 7-7 7-7 3-11 3-11 0-14

22-10 36-5 24-11 19-15 20-17 17-12 11-18 9-27

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

13-1 12-2 9-5 9-5 5-9 4-10 3-11 1-13

27-7 29-10 24-10 24-11 19-18 13-21 16-19 11-19

14-0 11-3 11-3 7-7 6-8 4-10 3-11 0-14

26-8 29-10 25-8 19-12 19-15 15-21 8-23 2-33

14-0 12-2 9-5 6-8 5-9 5-9 3-11 2-12

29-6 30-10 22-10 14-18 12-21 13-22 15-19 8-20

14-0 11-3 11-3 6-8 5-9 5-9 4-10 0-14

31-4 22-14 25-8 15-17 14-18 13-21 11-24 6-30

8.

1. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

2004 *^North Florida Armstrong Atlantic Francis Marion USC Aiken USC Upstate Lander UNC Pembroke Augusta State 2005 *Armstrong Atlantic ^Francis Marion USC Uptate USC Aiken UNC Pembroke Augusta State Lander 2006 *Armstrong Atlantic *Francis Marion *^USC Aiken USC Upstate UNC Pembroke Lander Augusta State 2007 *^USC Aiken Lander Armstrong Atlantic Francis Marion UNC Pembroke Augusta State 2008

1. *^Armstrong Atl. 2. Francis Marion Lander 4. USC Aiken Augusta State 6. UNC Pembroke

14-0 12-2 9-5 8-6 7-7 3-11 3-11 0-14

30-6 29-8 21-14 21-13 16-15 13-21 9-22 2-29

11-1 10-2 8-4 7-5 4-8 2-10 0-12

22-12 29-11 21-13 16-14 11-21 6-27 10-23

10-2 10-2 10-2 6-6 3-9 2-10 1-11

20-15 26-8 28-7 23-11 9-20 20-15 13-21

10-0 6-4 5-5 4-6 3-7 2-8

26-5 23-10 16-20 13-21 21-17 17-19

8-2 7-3 7-3 3-7 3-7 2-8

28-7 23-9 22-12 16-15 14-21 13-19

* PBC Champions ^ PBC Tournament Champions


1991-2011 Peach Belt Conference Standings 2009 *^Flagler Armstrong Atl. Augusta State Montevallo Lander USC Aiken 7. Francis Marion 8. UNC Pembroke 2010 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

13-1 11-3 9-5 8-6 5-9 5-9 3-11 2-12

36-9 27-10 22-12 20-14 18-15 15-18 11-20 11-21

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

*^Flagler Montevallo Armstrong Atlantic USC Aiken Lander UNC Pembroke 7. Francis Marion Augusta State 2011

13-1 11-3 8-6 6-8 5-9 5-9 4-10 4-10

29-9 24-13 22-14 15-16 11-16 19-14 15-16 11-22

1. *Armstrong *^Flagler 3. UNC Pembroke USC Aiken 5. Augusta State 6. Montevallo Francis Marion 8. Lander

13-1 13-1 7-7 7-7 5-9 4-10 4-10 3-11

36-3 31-7 16-16 15-16 17-18 13-18 12-18 13-19

* PBC Champions ^ PBC Tournament Champions

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2008 NCAA Tournament Team (23-9 record)

2011 FMU Team: Front Row (L-R): Drewry, Crook, Mooney, Parker, Mitchell, Perreault; Back Row (L-R): Sasan, Legg, Peji, Shank, Matz, Porter, Bennett........For the third consecutive year, the Francis Marion University volleyball program has earned an American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Team Academic Award, this time for the 2011-12 year. The 13-member Patriot squad recorded a 3.359 GPA for this past academic year. The AVCA honored a record 535 programs – men’s and women’s teams nationwide from high school through all levels of college participation. Francis Marion was one of three Peach Belt Conference members recognized and one of only six Palmetto State schools honored (two in NCAA Divisions I and four in Division II). The award, which was initiated in 1993, honors collegiate and high school volleyball teams that displayed excellence in the classroom during the school year by maintaining at least a 3.30 cumulative team grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

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PEACH BELT CONFERENCE RECORDS 1991-2010 (ALL MATCHES) INDIVIDUAL RECORDS (ALL MATCHES)

TEAM RECORDS (ALL MATCHES)

Most Kills Match: 41 by Andrea Jany (AASU) vs SCAD, 9-17-96 Season: 620 by Nicole Smith (ASC), 1994 Career: 1,906 by Jackie Struck (UNF), 2001-04 Highest Hitting Percentage Match: .929 by Jennifer Jones (USCS) vs Queens (NC), 11-7-94 Season: .486 by Kim Merrill (USCA), 1997 Career: .431 by Jackie Struck (UNF), 2001-04 Most Service Aces Match: 11 by Jessica Lombardi (FMU) vs. Converse, 10/6/07 11 by Katie Baker (UNCP) vs. N.C. Central, 9/12/01 Season: 124 by Brittany Runo (UNF), 1998 Career: 280 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA), 1994-1997 Most Total Blocks Match: 22 by Christy Johansen (ASC) vs Francis Marion, 9-25-91 Season: 226 by Christy Johansen (AASU), 1992 Career: 759 by Kim Merrill (USCA), 1993-97 Most Digs Match: 53 by Lindsey Weider (ASU) vs CW Post, 10-13-07 Season: 846 by Lindsey Weider (ASU), 2007 Career: 2,504 by Melissa Trippany (Lander), 2004-07 Most Assists Match: 93 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA) vs. Presbyterian, 10-6-94 Season: 1,829 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA), 1997 Career: 6,845 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA), 1994-97 Most Matches with Double Figure Kills Season: 34 by Jenny Lloyd (USCA), 2005 Career: 107 by Lezlie Logan (FMU), 2003-06 Most Matches with 20+ Kills Season: 14 by Nicole Smith (ASC), 1994 Career: 22 by Jenny Lloyd (USCA), 2001-04 Most Matches with Double Figure Digs Season: 34 by Jessica Strader (FMU), 2006 34 by Jessica Strader (FMU), 2004 Career: 112 by Jessica Strader (FMU), 2003-06 Most Matches with 20+ Digs Season: 21 by Lindsey Weider (ASU), 2007 Career: 49 by Jessica Strader (FMU), 2003-06 Most Matches with 20+ Kills and Digs Season: 5 by Sherrene Benedict (ASC), 1992 Career: 5 by Kim Merrill (USCA), 1994-97 5 by Sherrene Benedict (ASC), 1992 Most Matches with Double Figure Blocks Season: 14 by Barbara Mulligan (FMU), 1993 Career: 20 by Barbara Mulligan (FMU), 1992-93

Most Kills Match: 99 by Francis Marion vs Presbyterian, 11-7-97 Season: 2,222 by USC Aiken, 1995 Most Kills Per Game Season: 16.56 by North Florida, 2004 Highest Hitting Percentage Match: .611 (35-2-54) by UNC Pembroke vs Bowie State, 10-9-10 Season: .327 by USC Aiken, 1994 Most Service Aces Match: 26 by UNC Pembroke vs. Queens, 8/31/07 Season: 359 by Armstrong Atlantic State, 2001 Most Services Aces Per Game Season: 3.20 by Augusta College, 1992 Most Total Blocks Match: 63 by USC Spartanburg vs Francis Marion, 1991 Season: 626 by Francis Marion, 1994 Most Blocks Per Game Season: 5.82 by Armstrong State, 1991 Most Digs Match: 207 by Francis Marion vs Central Wesleyan, 10-22-94 Season: 3,060 by Francis Marion, 1994 Most Digs Per Game Season: 21.70 by Francis Marion, 1994 Most Assists Match: 97 by USC Aiken vs Presbyterian, 10-6-94 Season: 2,009 by USC Aiken, 1997 Most Assists Per Game Season: 15.03 by North Florida, 2004

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PBC All-Time Individual Volleyball Leaders (1991-2010) Kills in a Season 620 by Nicole Smith (AASU), 1994 610 by Kristi Jardine (UNCP), 1994 597 by Jenny Lloyd (USCA), 2004 583 by Jenny Lloyd (USCA), 2003 546 by Lezlie Logan (FMU), 2004 541 by Jackie Struck (UNF), 2004 541 by Kim Merrill (USCA), 1997 538 by Meg Weathersby (Flagler), 2010 535 by Kim Pitman (USCS), 2001 534 by Jennifer Grande (FMU), 1995 Kills in a Career 1906 by Jackie Struck (UNF), 2001-04 1878 by Lezlie Logan (FMU), 2003-06 1803 by Jessica Howard (ASU), 2006-09 1778 by Kim Merrill (USCA), 1994-97 1762 by Mandy Rupert (Upstate), 2003-06 1714 by Jenny Lloyd (USCA), 2001-04 1523 by Jennifer Grande (FMU), 1993-96 1455 by Mandy Gerolstein (USCA), 2004-07 1409 by Traci Knuth (AASU), 2003-06 1407 by Kristin Korte (USCS), 1998-2001 Hitting Percentage in a Season .486 by Kim Merrill (USCA), 1997 .465 by Jackie Struck (UNF), 2003 .444 by Andrea Jany (AASU), 1996 .438 by Jan Chapman (USCS), 1993 .435 by Jackie Struck (UNF), 2001 .422 by Jackie Struck (UNF), 2002 .417 by Jackie Struck (UNF), 2004 .417 by Debbie McNamara (UNCP), 1993 .414 by Emily Kohler (UNF), 2004 .408 by Kim Pitman (USCS), 2001 .406 by Brittany Wolf (AASU), 2011 Hitting Percentage in a Career .431 by Jackie Struck (UNF), 2001-04 .399 by Kim Merrill (USCA), 1994-97 .391 by Debbie McNamara (UNCP), 1992-93 .384 by Kim Pitman (USCS), 2000-01 .367 by Jan Chapman (USCS), 1991-94 .354 by Michele Remlinger (AASU), 2008-09 .352 by Alysia Kern (UNF), 1997-2000 .352 by Nancy Luebbers (USCA), 1995-96 .348 by Kari Weber (UNF), 1998-99 .347 by Nicole Smith (AASU), 1993-94 Aces in a Season 124 by Brittany Runo (UNF), 1998 105 by Jennifer Grande (FMU), 1995 93 by Jennifer Grande (FMU), 1994 85 by Jennifer Jones (USCS), 1993 84 by Sofie Hakansson (AASU), 2001 83 by Koreena Kaminsky (AASU), 1992 80 by Jessica Strader (FMU), 2005 80 by Jessica Lane (USCA), 2003 80 by Katie Baker (UNCP), 2001 79 by Erin Melius (AASU), 2002 77 by Jayme Hodges (USCA), 1994 76 by Jolene Person (USCS), 1993

Kills in a Match 41 by Andrea Jany (AASU) at SCAD, 9/17/96 39 by Kierstan Jakowitz (UNF) vs. Northwood, 9/5/98 36 by Jenny Lloyd (USCA) vs. Augusta State, 10/1/03 35 by Nicole Smith (AASU) vs. Francis Marion, 9/30/94 33 by Angie Chervestad (USCA) vs. USCS, 11/4/00 33 by Nicole Smith (AASU) vs. UNC Pembroke, 10/1/94 33 by Sherrene Benedict (AASU) at Francis Marion, 11/14/94 32 by Jessica Howard (ASU) vs Lenior-Rhyne, 9/11/09 32 by Sarah Lobstein (ASU) vs Lander, 10/22/05 32 by Jenny Lloyd (USCA) vs. Nova Southeastern, 10/17/03 32 by Jenny Lloyd (USCA) vs. Lincoln Memorial, 9/6/03 31 by Jessica Lombardi (FMU) vs AASU, 9/28/07 31 by Jenny Lloyd (USCA) vs. Francis Marion, 10/9/04 31 by Jenny Lloyd (USCA) vs. Wingate, 8/28/04 Aces in a Match 11 by Jessica Lombadi (FMU) vs Converse, 10/6/07 11 by Katie Baker (UNCP) vs. N.C. Central, 9/12/01 10 by Samantha Lukralle (USCA) vs. Coker, 10/23/10 9 by Mandy Rupert (Upstate) vs UNCP, 10/1/05 9 by Margaret Thornton (AASU) vs. Converse, 9/18/04 9 by Koreena Kaminski (AASU) vs. Troy State, 9/26/02 9 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA) vs. St. Leo, 10/18/96 9 by Vicki Elliott (USCA) vs. Wingate, 10/4/96 Assists in a Match 93 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA) vs. Presbyterian, 10/6/94 81 by Candice Anderson (USCA) vs. USCS, 11/4/00 76 by Amanda Shelton (AASU) vs. USC Spartanburg, 9/14/96 75 by Valerie Martinez (UNF) vs. Tampa, 9/23/04 75 by Alysia Kern (UNF) vs. N. Colorado, 8/26/00 73 by 3 players Digs in a Match 53 by Lindsey Weider (ASU) vs East Stroudsburg, 10/12/07 51 by Andrea Laza (UNCP) vs Limestone, 10/23/09 50 by Andrea Laza (UNCP) vs Lander, 10/27/07 47 by Andrea Laza (UNCP) vs Catawba, 11/6/07 47 by Melissa Trippany (Lander) vs Catawba, 9/25/07 46 by Paige Champy (FMU) vs. Central Wesleyan, 10/22/94 45 by Kelsie Deaton (FMU) vs. Palm Beach Atl., 10/22/10 44 by Andrea Laza (UNCP) vs Lees-McRae, 8/25/07 Blocks in a Match 22 by Christy Johansen (ASU) vs. Francis Marion, 9/25/91 15 by Jessica Hartley (UNCP) vs Catawba, 8/28/09 14 by Kay Stewart (Lander) vs Anderson, 10/6/07 14 by Christy Plecha (LU) vs. USC Upstate, 9/29/04 13 by 5 players

Blocks in a Season 226 by Christy Johansen (AASU), 1992 222 by Trina Beaty (USCS), 1991 214 by Kim Merrill (USCA), 1994 201 by Kim Merrill (USCA), 1995 194 by Kim Merrill (USCA), 1997 188 by Sara Hendrichs (USCS), 1997 177 by Christy Johansen (AASU), 1991 172 by Kay Stewart (Lander), 2007 Blocks in a Career 759 by Kim Merrill (USCA), 1994-97 592 by Jackie Struck (UNF), 2001-04 548 by Jessica Howard (ASU), 2006-09 536 by Traci Knuth (AASU), 2003-06 484 by Mandy Gerolstein (USCA), 2004-07 433 by Lezlie Logan (FMU), 2003-06 425 by Candice Modlinski (AASU), 2001-04 420 by Sarah Haynes (AASU), 1999-2002 418 by Mallory Eggert (FMU), 2007-10 409 by Laura Williams (USCA), 2003-06

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Aces in a Career 280 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA), 1994-97 279 by Jennifer Grande (FMU), 1993-96 244 by Sofie Hakansson (AASU),1999-02 242 by Rachel Dalitz (USCA), 2002-05 229 by Jessica Strader (FMU), 2003-06 224 by Mandy Rupert (Upstate), 2003-06 224 by Jayme Hodges (USCA), 1994-97 205 by Amanda Parker (LU), 1999-2001 201 by Erin Melius (AASU), 1999-2002 196 by Kristin Korte (USCS), 1998-2001 191 by Erin Kopec (USCS), 2001-04 186 by Angela Hornish (USCA), 1991-93 Assists in a Season 1829 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA), 1997 1790 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA), 1995 1774 by Valerie Martinez (UNF), 2004 1722 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA), 1994 1708 by Erin Melius (AASU), 2002 1614 by Olivia Snipes (Flagler), 2011 1594 by Valerie Martinez (UNF), 2002 1585 by Beth Peterson (UNCP), 1994 1552 by Heather Fierce (UNCP), 2007 1504 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA), 1996 1499 by Valerie Martinez (UNF), 2003 Assists in a Career 6845 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA),1994-97 6230 by Valerie Martinez (UNF), 2001-04 5582 by Erin Melius (AASU), 1999-2002 5162 by Erin Kopec (USCS), 2000-04 4984 by Crystal Poskey (FMU), 1996-99 4945 by Alysia Kern (UNF), 1997-2000 4846 by Nicole Swaback (USCS), 1996-99 4572 by Rachel Dalitz (USCA), 2002-05 3972 by Jenna Kaiser (FMU), 2005-08 3795 by Candice Anderson (USCA), 98-01 Digs in a Season 846 by Lindsey Weider (ASU), 2007 798 by Andrea Laza (UNCP), 2007 731 by Casey Gnann (Flagler), 2011 709 by Jessica Strader (FMU), 2005 700 by Melissa Trippany (LU), 2007 663 by Jessica Strader (FMU), 2004 655 by Jessica Strader (FMU), 2006 651 by Melissa Trippany (LU), 2004 634 by Samantha Lukralle (USCA), 2010 605 by Marina Camps (LU), 2008 585 by Erin Hagemann (Upstate), 2005 577 by Melissa Trippany (LU), 2005 Digs in a Career 2504 by Melissa Trippany (LU), 2004-07 2261 by Andrea Laza (UNCP), 2006-09 2248 by Jessica Strader (FMU), 2003-06 1886 by Kelsie Deaton (FMU), 2007-10 1753 by Roxanna Rivera (USCA), 1994-97 1698 by Casey Gnann (Flagler), 2009-11 1688 by Kristin Korte (USCS), 1998-2001 1680 by Jackie Phiel (FMU), 2004-07 1643 by Samantha Lukralle (USCA),2008-11 1611 by Stefanie Durham (USCA),2005-08 1568 by Jennifer Grande (FMU) 1993-96 1541 by Christina Flores (AASU),2003-06 1528 by Mandy Rupert (Upstate),2003-06 1488 by Veronica Seidle (USCA),2004-07 1469 by Kelly Feber (FMU), 2002-05


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