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Table of Contents/Credits Media/Sports Information 2013 Quick Facts

2013 Rangers 4 6

Rosters 2013 Preview

Returners 8 Sage Martinson 9 Lauren Flanagan 10 Gina Morgan 11 Maya Kirkeby 12 Caitie Breaux 13 Jaclyn Williamson 14 Katie Klein 15 Laura Schroeder 16 Rebecca Sponcil Newcomers 17 Maggie Steward/Alessandra Orlandini 18 Diamond Ridley-Pierce/Sophia Proano 19 Radio Roster 20 21 22

Regis University Athletics Mission Regis University Athletics Mission New Regis Ranger Logo

Coaches 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Frank Lavrisha Frank Lavrisha Frank Lavrisha Series Records Frank Lavrisha vs. Ranked Teams Frank Lavrisha vs. Ranked Teams Joel List Paul Martin/Mekana Barnes

2012 Ranger Review 32 33 34

2012 Review 2012 Season results 2012 Season stats

The 2013 Regis University Volleyball Media Guide was written and designed by Sports Information Director Jeremy Phillips. Editing assistance from Assistant Sports Information Director Sarah Otteman and the Regis volleyball staff. Photo Credits: Brett Stakelin, Matt Daniels, Sarah Otteman, Hayley Sprenger, Art Blisten, Jake Strait, and Jeremy Phillips. RMAC

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2013 Opponents 36 37 38 39 40

Cal St.-LA/UC-San Diego/Sonoma St./Cal St.-San Bernardino/John son & Wales/West Texas A&M Tampa/Black Hills St./Chadron St./Colorado Christian/Colorado Mines/Metro St. UC-Colorado Springs/N.M. High lands/Western N.M./Adams St./ CSU-Pueblo/Western St. Colorado Mesa/Fort Lewis Premier Challenge Information

RMAC 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

RMAC Information RMAC Information RMAC Information Standings/All-RMAC Teams RMAC Stats Leaders RMAC Champions/All-Americans RMAC Team/Individual Records

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Detailed Opponent Detailed Opponent Detailed Opponent Detailed Opponent Detailed Opponent Detailed Opponent Detailed Opponent Detailed Opponent Detailed Opponent Coaching History

History History History History History History History History History

About Regis/Denver 90 91 92 93 94 95 96

About Regis About Regis Administration/Coaches Athletics Directory Facilities Facilities About Denver

Inside Back Cover 2013 Academic Info. Back Cover Schedule/Team Picture

Regis History/Records 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78

1000 Kill Club 1000 Kill Club Kills Records Kills/Set Records Attack Percentage Records Assist Records Assist/Set Records Dig Records Dig/Set Recrods Block Records Block/Set Records Point Records Point/Set Records Team Season/Team Match Records Team Match Records continued All-Americans Letterwinners Year-by-Year Results Year-by-Year Results Year-by-Year Results Year-by-Year Results Year-by-Year Results Year-by-Year Results Year-by-Year Results Year-by-Year Results Series Records Detailed Opponent History Detailed Opponent History Detailed Opponent History

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Media Services

Jeremy Phillips

The 2013 Regis University Volleyball Sports Information Director Media Guide is designed to assist the Jeremy Phillips enters his sixth media in its coverage of Ranger volleyball. season as the Regis University Sports Additional information, including releases Information Director after being hired and photographs may be obtained by on Nov. 19, 2007. contacting the Regis Sports Information He serves as the media relations Office at (303) 458-4052. liason, department statistician and is the webmaster for the athletic departMedia Credentials ment’s official website. He also proAll requests for press, broadcast and motes all 12 Regis athletic programs photo credentials for home volleyball and the successes of all student-athmatches should be directed to Jeremy letes and coaches. Phillips also is also Phillips at jsphilli@regis.edu. Requests a member of the Regis Athletic Hall must be made at least one week before of Fame board and the College Sports the match. Information Directors of America (CoPlayer Interviews SIDA). All media requests for interviews with Phillips was previously Sports Regis volleyball players should be directInformation Director at Wayne State ed to Jeremy Phillips at 303-458-4052, College, in Wayne, Neb. from 2000-03. preferably 24 hours in advance. The best He was instrumental in developing a time for in-season interviews is after new website for the 16 intercollegiate practice at the Regis Fieldhouse. sports. He began at Wayne State as the Regis is tentatively scheduled to pracGraduate Assistant Sports Information tice from 3:30 to 5:45 p.m. during the Director handling all communications season. With advance notice, interviews for volleyball and women’s basketball. can be arranged for other hours, dependA 2000 graduate of Briar Cliff ing on student-athlete class schedules. University in Sioux City, Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sport ManCoach Lavrisha Interviews agement. He competed on the men’s The best time to reach Coach Frank basketball team, while also a student Lavrisha for an interview is weekdays afassistant in the Briar Cliff sports inforter practice. Interviews with Coach Lavrimation office. sha should be scheduled through Jeremy Phillips resides in Aurora. Phillips by calling (303) 458-4052. Postgame Interviews The Regis volleyball locker room is closed to the media. If you want an interview with any player or coach please contact Jeremy Phillips on press row right before the match is over or shortly after the match ends. Press row for Regis volleyball games is located on the floor of the fieldhouse. Media is to sit on the south end of press row. Photography For photographers, courtside areas have been set aside along the end line on the North and South side of the Regis Fieldhouse. Additionally you may take photos from anywhere on the balcony. Contact Jeremy Phillips at least 24 hours prior to the match.

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Sarah Otteman

Asst. Sports Information Director Sarah Otteman enters her third year as Assistant Sports Information Director. A native of Lockport, Ill., Otteman graduated in 2011 from University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Ark. where she earned a B.A. in strategic communcations. Sarah was the student assistant at University of the Ozarks her senior year. She helped with men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, and softball. She assisted with media guide publications that would lead to national awards from CoSIDa “College” category which includes NCAA II, NCAA III, NAIA and junior colleges. The sports recognized include Baseball (1st in nation), Men’s Soccer (2nd), and Softball (3rd). At Regis, she is the main contact for men’s and women’s soccer, men and women’s cross country, women’s basketball, and softball. Sarah played four years of softball at Ozarks earning all-conference honorable mention as a freshman and a junior. She was also a member and Secretary of the Student Athletes’ Advisory Committee.

Contact Information Website:

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Radio Press row has one phone line for visiting radio. Requests for live radio should be made to Jeremy Phillips.

Jeremy Phillips - Sports Information Director Office: 303-458-4052 Cell: 303-258-6399 E-Mail: jsphilli@regis.edu

Internet Access High-speed wireless Internet access is available on press row for Regis volleyball matches. For more information on how to access the secure network, contact Jeremy Phillips.

Sarah Otteman - Assistant Sports Information Director Office: 303-458-4070 Cell: 815-545-0497 E-Mail: sotteman@regis.edu

Play-by-play sheets and final statistics will be distributed.


2013 Regis University Volleyball Quick Facts GENERAL

COACHING STAFF

Name of School...................................Regis University

Head Coach ...........................................Frank Lavrisha Alma Mater, Yr ...................................Ohio State, 1979 Record at School (yrs.) ................. 564-305 (.649) (26) Career Record (yrs.) ............................................. Same Volleyball Office Phone .......................(303) 458-4053 Best Time of Day to Call ......................8 a.m. to Noon Assistant Coaches.......... Joel List (Neb.-Kearney, 2001) ............................................Paul Martin (UCLA, 1976) .......................... Mekana Barnes (Colorado State, 2009) Athletic Trainer ................................. Candace Townley

City/Zip ......................................Denver, Colo./80221 Founded ...............................................................1877 Enrollment ..........................................................1,900 Nickname ........................................................ Rangers School Colors............Navy Blue (289) and Gold (116) Arena ..................................................Regis Fieldhouse Capacity ..............................................................1,800 Affiliation ........................................NCAA Division II Conference .. Rocky Mountain Athletic Conf. (RMAC) President ............................... Fr. John Fitzgibbons, S.J. Alma Mater ................................... St. Louis University Athletics Director ..................................... Ann Martin Alma Mater, Yr. ................. Rockhurst University, 2001

TEAM INFORMATION Overall Record in 2012 .. 26-9, 15-2 (H), 8-4 (A), 3-3 (N) RMAC Record/Finish ................................... 16-3, 2nd Final Ranking in 2012...........................................13th Starters Returning/Lost ................................5+libero/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................................9/3

Athletic Dept. Phone ..........................(303) 458-4070 Ticket Office Phone ............................(303) 458-4070

HISTORY First year of volleyball........................................... 1977 Overall all-time record.......................... 791-433 (.646) No. years in NCAA Tourn./last .. 17 (16-18, .471)/2012 Last NCAA post-season opponent ............Angelo State Result ............ L, 0-3 (20-25, 21-25, 22-25) 2nd Round

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director .................Jeremy Phillips SID Office Phone................................. (303) 458-4052 Cell Phone ........................................... (303) 258-6399 SID Email ..........................................jsphilli@regis.edu Graduate Assistant SID ......................... Sarah Otteman Cell Phone ........................................... (815) 545-0497 Graduate Assistant Email .............. sotteman@regis.edu Volleyball SID ........................................Jeremy Phillips SID Fax ................................................ (303) 964-3659 SID Mailing Address ................ 3333 Regis Blvd., F-20 .......................................Denver, Colorado 80221-1099 Website ................................................ regisrangers.com

MEDIA INFORMATION Radio Station ................... KRCX (RU Student Radio) Radio Number .................................... (303) 964-5392 Play-by-Play Voice ................................... Chris Polton Newspapers The Denver Post 101 W. Colfax Ave. Denver, Colorado 80202 Phone: (303) 954-1294 Email: sports@denverpost.com Mile High News P.O. Box 17270 Golden, Colorado 80402 Phone: (303) 279-5541 Email: sportsdesk@milehighnews.com Your Hub www.yourhub.com The Highlander Regis University Email: highlandersubs@gmail.com

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Numerical Roster No. Name

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15

Gina Morgan Caitie Breaux Jaclyn Williamson Maggie Steward Sage Martinson Katie Klein Lauren Flanagan Maya Kirkeby Alessandra Orlandini Laura Schroeder Diamond Ridley-Pierce Rebecca Sponcil Sophia Proano

Cl.

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

Ht.

MH OH S OH L RS MH DS DS RS/OH MH S/DS MH/OH

Pos.

5-10 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-3 5-5 6-0 6-2 5-7 5-11

Hometown/Previous School (High School)

Colorado Springs, Colo./Rampart HS Franktown, Colo./Ponderosa HS Carlsbad, Calif./Cathedral Catholic HS Lakewood, Colo./Lakewood HS LaSalle, Colo./Roosevelt HS Seal Beach, Calif./Rosary HS Thornton, Colo./Horizon HS Aiea, Hawaii/Pacific Buddhist Academy La Canada, Calif./Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy La Canada, Calif./La Canada HS

Altadena, Calif./Northern Colorado (LaSalle College Prep HS)

Phoenix, Ariz./Veritas Preparatory Academy Thornton, Colo./Community Christian School

Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha, 26th Year (Ohio State) 564-305, .649 Assistant Coaches: Joel List, Paul Martin, Mekana Barnes

Alphabetical Roster No. Name

3 8 9 7 6 2 10 15 12 11 14 5 4

Caitie Breaux Lauren Flanagan Maya Kirkeby Katie Klein Sage Martinson Gina Morgan Alessandra Orlandini Sophia Proano Diamond Ridley-Pierce Laura Schroeder Rebecca Sponcil Maggie Steward Jaclyn Williamson

Pronunciation Guide: Caitie Breaux BRO Maya Kirkeby – MY-UH KIRK-uh-bee Sophia Proano PRO-on-yo Frank Lavrisha – LUH-vreash-uh Mekana Barnes muh-CAIN-uh

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Cl.

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

Ht.

OH MH DS RS L MH DS MH/OH MH RS/OH S/DS OH S

Pos.

5-11 5-11 5-3 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-5 5-11 6-2 6-0 5-7 5-10 5-11

Hometown/Previous School (High School)

Franktown, Colo./Ponderosa HS Thornton, Colo./Horizon HS Aiea, Hawaii/Pacific Buddhist Academy Seal Beach, Calif./Rosary HS LaSalle, Colo./Roosevelt HS Colorado Springs, Colo./Rampart HS La Canada, Calif./Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy Thornton, Colo./Community Christian School

Altadena, Calif./Northern Colorado (LaSalle College Prep HS)

La Canada, Calif./La Canada HS Phoenix, Ariz./Veritas Preparatory Academy Lakewood, Colo./Lakewood HS Carlsbad, Calif./Cathedral Catholic HS

By Class: Senior (2) Flanagan, Martinson Junior (2) Kirkeby, Morgan Sophomore (6) Breaux, Klein, Orlandini, Schroeder, Sponcil, Williamson Freshman (3) Proano, Ridley-Pierce, Steward


2013 SEASON PREVIEW


2013 Rangers Look to Make the Next Step The Rangers started 2012 with a lot of questions but answered those questions with a 26-9 record, a RMAC Tournament Championship and the honor of hosting the NCAA South Central Region Tournament. Entering the 2013 season, the Rangers will look to improve on that success and make another giant leap. But, with success comes the proverbial target on their back. The Rangers lost two seniors, but gain the experience of four players, all who look to make an impact immediately. Middle Blockers Gina Morgan returns in the middle where she led the team with a .278 attack percentage and a 0.83 block per set average. Senior Lauren Flanagan looks to help in the middle after ranking second to Morgan averaging 0.71 blocks per set and putting down 1.34 kills. 6-2 freshman Diamond Ridley-Pierce comes in after red-shirting one season at Northern Colorado. The lefty will be a tough matchup for any of the Regis opponents this season. Outside Hitters Returning First Team All-RMAC performer Caitie Breaux highlights the Ranger outside hitters. She was second on the team with a 3.25 kill per set average, while hitting third on the team at .230. Helping Breaux on the outside as the Rangers’ O2, will be Sage Martinson, yes that Sage Martinson that has played libero and setter and was named the RMAC Preseason Defensive Player of the Year. Laura Schroeder will add some depth at the position, while freshman Maggie Steward and Sophia Proano will look to make a splash. Right Side Hitters Sophomore Katie Klein, who was an All-RMAC Second Team selection last season, broke the Regis freshman records for kills (455) and attack percentage (.263). The hard-hitting left hander has improved her defense in the off-season is one of the top players in the region. Schroeder will also add some depth at right side. Libero/Defensive Specialist The Ranger back line is intact from last season with Maya Kirkeby leading the way. She averaged 2.08 digs per set, fourth to Martinson’s 4.03 average. Sophomore Alessandra Orlandini will bolster the back line and will push for time as starting libero. Setters The Rangers top two setters from last year will both be just sophomores this season. Jaclyn Williamson spent most of the time at setter and averaged 10.20 assists per set. She also was third on the team averaging 2.25 digs per set. Rebecca Sponcil will see time at setter and will be looked upon for ball control. Sponcil averaged 2.03 assists per set and 1.67 digs per set in 2012.

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2012 PLAYER PROFILES


SAGE MARTINSON

#6

Outside Hitter 5-10 Senior LaSalle, Colo. Roosevelt HS Awards 2012 All-RMAC Third Team...2012 Academic All-RMAC First Team...RMAC Defensive Player of the Week (11/5/12)...2011 Academic All-RMAC Second Team

About Sage

Parents: Joanna Martinson and Terry Martinson Major: Sociology

Career Bests Category

Kills: Attacks: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Aces: Solo Blocks: Block Assist: Total Blocks: Digs:

No.

7 Chadron State, 10/29/11 25 UC-Colo. Springs, 10/8/11 .462 vs. Neb.-Omaha, 9/10/11 48 Twice 6 Colorado Mesa, 10/18/12 1 Nine Times 5 Three Times 6 Western N.M., 10/13/11 31 vs. West Florida, 9/8/12

Miscellaneous Stats Category

Double Doubles .450 of Better Hitting Pct. 12 or More Kills: 15 or More Kills: 10 or More Digs: 5 or More Blocks: 3 or More Aces

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Opponent, Date

No. of Times

13 1 0 0 64 3 10

2012, Junior Led the RMAC with 528 digs on the season... led the team and sixth in the RMAC with a 4.03 dig per set average...led the Rangers with 39 service aces, which was second most in the RMAC...had 26 10-plus dig matches out of the 35 matches she played...notched season-high 31 digs against West Florida on September 8, which is the fifth highest total since 2003...had season-high six service aces against Colorado Mesa on October 18, the second most service aces in school history since 2003 2011, Sophomore Played in 106 sets and all 30 matches Led the team with an 8.43 assist per set average...had 894 set assists...led the team with 30 service aces...second on the team with 288 digs for a 2.72 average...also averaged 0.58 blocks per set...nearly notched a triple double with seven kills, 13 assists and nine digs against Chadron State on October29th... tallied season-high of 48 assists twice...had season-high 18 digs in Rangers 3-2 victory over Nebraska-Kearney on September 10th... had season-high four service aces against Ursuline in a Ranger 3-0 win on October 19th Season 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP 108-29 106-30 131-35 345-94

K 1 61 4 66

K/S 0.01 0.58 0.03 0.19

E 0 40 3 43

TA 17 234 35 286

.Pct .059 .090 .029 .080

A 44 894 91 1029

A/S 0.41 8.43 0.69 2.98

2010, Freshman Played in all 29 matches and 108 sets... second on the team in assists...fourth in the RMAC with a 0.34 service ace per game average...ranked sixth in the RMAC and led the team with a 4.30 dig per set average...led the team with 37 service aces...second on the team with a .954 service percentage...had 25 double-figure dig matches and seven 20-ormore...recorded season-high 30 digs in two matches, the first one coming against nationally ranked Southwest Minnesota State on September 3rd, in just her second collegiate game. The other one came against Colorado Mines on October 22nd. Roosevelt High School A 2010 graduate of Roosevelt High School in Johnstown, Colo...helped lead RHS to semifinals of the Colorado Class 4A State Volleyball Tournament falling to eventual champion Cheyenne Mountain...led team in assists each of the last three seasons...her senior season she was second in kills and third in digs...earned Second Team All-State Class 4A following senior campaign...also played basketball and softball in high school...was a member of the 2006 state runner-up squad and the 2007 third place team...led team in kills both her freshman and sophomore seasons...also earned all-state honors in 2006 and 2007

SA 37 30 39 106

SA/S 0.34 0.28 0.30 0.31

D 464 288 528 1280

D/S 4.30 2.72 4.03 3.71

BS-BA 0-0 9-53 0-0 9-53

TB 0 62 0 62

B/S 0.00 0.58 0.00 0.18

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Pts 38.0 126.5 43.0 207.5

Pts/S 0.35 1.19 0.30 0.60


WIN GRADUATE LEAD LAUREN FLANAGAN

#8

Outside Hitter 5-11 Senior Thornton, Colo. Horizon HS Awards RMAC Defensive Player of the Week (10/1/12)

About Lauren

Parents: Brain and Sandee Flanagan Major: Accounting & Economics

Career Bests Category

Kills: Attacks: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Aces: Solo Blocks: Block Assist: Total Blocks: Digs:

No.

Miscellaneous Stats Category

Double Doubles .450 of Better Hitting Pct. 12 or More Kills: 15 or More Kills: 10 or More Digs: 5 or More Blocks: 3 or More Aces

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Opponent, Date

13 Chadron State, 10/29/11 29 Twice .750 UC-Colo. Springs, 9/29/12 1 Five times 1 Twice 2 Twice 9 vs. Adams State, 11/16/12 9 vs. Adams State, 11/16/12 4 Metro State, 10/23/12

No. of Times

0 4 2 0 0 5 0

2012, Junior Third on the team with a .230 attack percentage...averaged 1.34 kills per set...second on the team with a 0.71 block per set average...totaled 78 blocks, also second on the team... had season-high 11 kills in four-set loss to Division I Wyoming on October 30...had season-high nine blocks in Rangers five-set win over Adams State at the RMAC Tournament on November 16...had six more blocks the next night in the Rangers RMAC Championship victory over Colorado Mines 2011, Sophomore Played in 25 matches including 54 sets...had 96 kills for a 1.78 average... hit .125 on the season...had three matches with double-figure kills... had season-high 13 kills in the Rangers 3-0 victory over Chadron State on October 29th...had season-high three Season 2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP 24-16 54-25 110-33 188-74

K 15 96 147 258

K/S 0.62 1.78 1.34 1.37

E 16 59 65 140

TA 52 295 357 704

.Pct -.019 .125 .230 .168

A 0 0 4 4

A/S 0.00 0.00 0.04 0.02

digs in the Rangers 3-1 win over Western New Mexico on October 13th... registered season-high .320 attack percentage against Black Hills State (11-3-25) in the Rangers 3-0 win on September 27th 2010, Freshman Played in 24 sets and 16 matches...put down 15 kills in just 52 attempts... played in one set against Chadron State on October 29th and put down a season-high four kills in just eight attempts for a .500 attack percentage Roosevelt High School A 2010 graduate of Horizon High School in Thornton, Colo...named team MVP both in 2007 and 2009... earned four letters in volleyball...also played one year of softball and participated in track and field for two years... helped team to Front Range League champions in 2006...a member of the Colorado Juniors club team

SA 0 1 1 2

SA/S 0.00 0.02 0.01 0.01

D 2 14 19 35

D/S 0.08 0.26 0.17 0.19

BS-BA 0-3 1-5 9-69 10-77

TB 3 6 78 87

B/S 0.12 0.11 0.71 0.46

Pts 16.5 100.5 191.5 308.5

Pts/S 0.67 1.85 1.70 1.64

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GINA MORGAN

#2

Middle Blocker 5-10 Junior Colorado Springs, Colo. Rampart HS Awards 2011 Academic All-RMAC Second Team...2012 Academic All-RMAC Second Team

About Gina

Parents: Karen Morgan and Earle Morgan Place of Birth: Colorado Springs, Colo. Major: Chemistry and Environmental Sciences

Career Bests Category

Kills: Attacks: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Aces: Solo Blocks: Block Assist: Total Blocks: Digs:

No.

13 30 .700 2 3 2 8 9 9

Miscellaneous Stats Category

Double Doubles .450 of Better Hitting Pct. 12 or More Kills: 15 or More Kills: 10 or More Digs: 5 or More Blocks: 3 or More Aces

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Opponent, Date

Western N.M., 10/13/11 Metro State, 11/29/12 vs. Ill.-Springfield, 9/3/11 Twice at UCCS, 10/21/11 Four Times vs. West Florida, 9/8/12 vs. West Florida, 9/8/12 at Chadron State, 9/30/11

No. of Times

0 9 2 0 0 8 1

2012, Sophomore Led the team with a .278 attack percentage, 11th best in the RMAC... averaged 1.58 kills per set totaling 177 kills...topped the Rangers with 93 blocks and a 0.83 block per set average...averaged 2.41 kills per set over the final four matches of the season... had a season-high 12 kills in the Rangers five-set win over Adams State on November 16...notched a seasonbest nine total blocks against West Florida on September 8. Also had 11 kills in the match...flirted with a tripledouble in the Rangers win over Colorado Mines for the RMAC Tournament Championship on November 17 with 11 kills, seven digs and six blocks

set average...second on the team with 16 solo blocks, 63 block assists and 79 total blocks...ranked second with a 0.88 block per set average...four matches with double-figure kill numbers...had season-high 13 kills with just one error in 20 attempts (.600) in the Rangers 3-1 win over Western New Mexico on October 13th...had seasonhigh nine digs in Rangers 3-0 victory over Chadron State on September 30th...notched seven total blocks, season high, in three different matches Rampart High School A 2011 graduate of Rampart High School in Colorado Springs, Colo...led the team with 52 total blocks during senior season...second Team All-Colorado Springs Metro League in 2009... played four years in volleyball and one in soccer...a member of Colorado Juniors Volleyball Club

2011, Freshman Played in 90 sets and 29 matches...led the team with a .325 attack percentage...tallied 177 kills for a 1.97 kill/ Season 2011 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP 90-29 112-34 202-63

K 177 177 354

K/S 1.97 1.58 1.75

E 44 47 91

TA 409 468 877

.Pct .325 .278 .300

A 1 5 6

A/S 0.01 0.04 0.03

SA 15 15 30

SA/S 0.17 0.13 0.15

D 71 65 136

D/S 0.79 0.58 0.67

BS-BA 16-63 14-79 30-142

TB 79 93 172

B/S 0.88 0.83 0.85

Pts 239.5 245.5 485.0

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Pts/S 2.66 2.19 2.40


WIN GRADUATE LEAD MAYA KIRKEBY

#9

Def. Specialist 5-3 Junior Aiea, Hawaii Pacific Buddhist HS 2012, Sophomore Played in all 131 sets and 35 matches...fourth on the team with a 2.08 dig per set average...also fourth with a total of 272 digs...had 15 service aces...had nine matches with at least 10 digs...had season-high 17 digs in five-set win over West Florida at the Colorado Premier Challenge on September 8...notched season-high three service aces against Johnson & Wales on September 4

About Maya

Parents: Emelyn Viloria and David Kirkeby Place of Birth: Honolulu, Hawaii Major: Art Education

Career Bests Category

Kills: Attacks: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Aces: Solo Blocks: Block Assist: Total Blocks: Digs:

No.

1 3 N/A 2 3 0 0 0 17

Opponent, Date

Colorado Mesa, 10/18/12 SW Minn. State, 8/31/12 SW Minn. State, 8/31/12 Johnson & Wales

vs. West Florida, 9/8/12

Miscellaneous Stats Category

Double Doubles .450 of Better Hitting Pct. 12 or More Kills: 15 or More Kills: 10 or More Digs: 5 or More Blocks: 3 or More Aces

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No. of Times

0 0 0 0 12 0 1

started for three seasons at outside hitter...played for Asics Rainbows Green, Asics Rainbows Black and Maunalani 18’s Club Teams...also played basketball and lacrosse

2011, Freshman Played in 89 sets and 28 matches... dug out 168 balls...averaged 1.89 digs per set...had three games with 10-ormore digs...had season-high 12 digs in the Rangers 3-0 victory over New Mexico Highlands on October 14th Pacific Buddhist Academy A 2011 graduate of Pacific Buddhist Academy in Honolulu, Hawaii...earned three letters in volleyball...named to Second Team All-Interscholastic League of Honolulu in 2008...twice named Honorable Mention ALL-IHL... Season 2011 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP 89-28 131-35 220-63

K 0 1 1

K/S 0.00 0.01 0.01

E 2 1 3

TA 12 20 32

.Pct -.167 .000 -.063

A 6 9 15

A/S 0.07 0.07 0.07

SA 16 15 31

SA/S 0.18 0.11 0.14

D 168 272 440

D/S 1.89 2.08 2.00

BS-BA 0-0 0-0 0-0

TB 0 0 0

B/S 0.00 0.00 0.00

Pts 16.0 16.0 32.0

Pts/S 0.18 0.12 0.15

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CAITIE BREAUX

#3

Outsdie Hitter 6-0 Sophomore Franktown, Colo. Ponderosa HS Awards 2012 All-RMAC First Team...2012 RMAC All-Tournament Team... RMAC Offensive Player of the Week (10/29/12)...RMAC Offensive Player of the Week (9/17/12)

About Caitie

Parents: Mark and Cathy Breaux Place of Birth: Aurora, Colo. Major: Biology

Career Bests Category

Kills: Attacks: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Aces: Solo Blocks: Block Assist: Total Blocks: Digs:

No.

Miscellaneous Stats Category

Double Doubles .450 of Better Hitting Pct. 12 or More Kills: 15 or More Kills: 10 or More Digs: 5 or More Blocks: 3 or More Aces

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Opponent, Date

30 at UCCS, 10/26/12 64 at Colorado Mines, 11/17/12 .692 Cal St. San B’dino, 9/7/12 2 Cal St. San B’dino, 9/7/12 2 Six Times 4 vs. Hillsdale, 9/1/12 4 at Colo. Christian, 9/21/12 4 Five Times 12 Twice

No. of Times

3 4 14 7 3 0 0

2012, Freshman Second on the team with a 3.25 kill per set average which is fifth most all-time amongst freshman in Regis history...her 409 kills were also second in 2012 and ranks fourth all-time as a freshman at Regis...third on the team with a .230 attack percentage... second for Regis with 25 service aces... averaged 1.12 digs and 0.44 blocks per set...had 21 matches with at least 10 kills...had a season-best 30 kills against UC-Colorado Springs on October 26 which since 2004 is tied for the school record...had season highs of 12 digs, twice, and four blocks, five times

two-time First Team All-Continental League...Honorable Mention All-State in 2009...as a senior averaged 3.8 kills per set...had 387 kills as a senior... averaged 3.2 kills per set as a junior in 2009...in three seasons on varsity she put down 809 kills for a 3.3 kill per set average...had a career .350 attack percentage...helped lead PHS to the 2009 Class 5A State Championship... the next year she led the Mustangs to a third place finish at the state tournament...a member of the Front Range Volleyball Club.

Ponderosa High School A 2011 graduate of Ponderosa High School in Parker, Colo...2010 Denver Post First Team Class 5A All-State... Season 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP K K/S 126-35 409 3.25 126-35 409 3.25

E TA 153 1111 153 1111

.Pct .230 .230

A 9 9

A/S 0.07 0.07

SA 25 25

SA/S 0.20 0.20

D D/S 141 1.12 141 1.12

BS-BA 12-43 12-43

TB 55 55

B/S 0.44 0.44

Pts Pts/S 467.5 3.71 467.5 3.71

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WIN GRADUATE LEAD JACLYN WILLIAMSON

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Setter 5-11 Sophomore Carlsbad, Calif. Cathedral Catholic HS Awards 2012 All-RMAC Third Team...2012 Colorado Premier Challenge All-Tournament Team...RMAC Setter of the Week (9/17/12)...RMAC Setter of the Week (9/10/12)

About Jaclyn

Parents: Fred and Stephanie Williamson Place of Birth: Oceanside, Calif. Major: Communications

Career Bests Category

Kills: Attacks: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Aces: Solo Blocks: Block Assist: Total Blocks: Digs:

No.

5 14 .400 64 3 1 4 4 18

Three Times at Metro State, 9/25/12 vs. West Florida, 9/8/12 at UCCS, 10/26/12 Twice Five Times Twice Twice vs. Tampa, 9/8/12

Miscellaneous Stats Category

Double Doubles .450 of Better Hitting Pct. 12 or More Kills: 15 or More Kills: 10 or More Digs: 5 or More Blocks: 3 or More Aces

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Opponent, Date

No. of Times

11 0 0 0 11 0 2

2012, Freshman Had the 10th highest assist total in Regis history with 1,255, while ranking second in the RMAC...averaged 10.20 assists per set, ranking fifth in the RMAC...also averaged 2.25 digs per set, third most on the team...averaged 0.47 blocks per set...third for Regis with 23 service aces...her assist total is the third highest in Regis history for a freshman...had 11 doubledoubles to lead the team...notched season-high 64 assists in five-set win over UC-Colorado Springs on October 26, which is sixth most for Regis since 2003...had season-best 18 digs to go along with 44 assists in loss to national runner-up Tampa on September 8

lic High School in San Diego, Calif... guided Cathedral Catholic HS to a 36-4 record including an 8-0 record in league play in 2011...had 439 assists as a senior...averaged 1.2 digs and 3.6 assists per set in 2011...had a 93.3 serve percentage...CCHS was ranked 37th in the nation by MaxPreps...averaged 6.7 assists and 2.1 digs per set as a junior...also had 67 service aces and 59 kills...led CCHS to the 2011 California Division III State Championship...the previous season they were runner-up...named to the State Championship All-Tournament Team in 2010...named to Western League Second Team as a junior...earned Second Team All-CIF in 2010...also helped lead CCHS to the California Division III State Titles in 2008 and 2009

Cathedral Catholic High School A 2012 graduate of Cathedral CathoSeason 2011 TOTAL

SP-MP K 123-35 68 123-35 68

K/S 0.55 0.55

E 32 32

TA 211 211

.Pct .171 .171

A A/S SA 1255 10.20 23 1255 10.20 23

SA/S 0.19 0.19

D D/S 277 2.25 277 2.25

BS-BA 5-53 5-53

TB 58 58

B/S 0.47 0.47

Pts Pts/S 122.5 1.00 122.5 1.00

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KATIE KLEIN

#7

Right Side Hitter 5-10 Sophomore Seal Beach, Calif. Rosary HS Awards 2012 All-RMAC Second Team...2012 RMAC Tournament MVP...2012 Colorado Premier Challenge All-Tournament Team

About Katie

Parents: Chris and Teri Klein Place of Birth: Long Beach, Calif. Major: Undecided

Career Bests Category

Kills: Attacks: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Aces: Solo Blocks: Block Assist: Total Blocks: Digs:

No.

22 51 .714 2 3 1 2 3 20

Miscellaneous Stats Category

Double Doubles .450 of Better Hitting Pct. 12 or More Kills: 15 or More Kills: 10 or More Digs: 5 or More Blocks: 3 or More Aces

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Opponent, Date

Chadron State, 9/15/12 Chadron State, 9/15/12 N.M. Highlands, 10/4/12 vs. Hillsdale, 9/1/12 at Chadron State, 11/9/12 Twice 12 Times Twice vs. Hillsdale, 9/1/12

No. of Times

5 3 22 11 6 0 1

2012, Freshman Led the team with 455 kills and a 3.50 kills per set average...her 455 kills were the 16th most in Regis history and also led the RMAC...her 3.50 kills per set average ranked fifth in the RMAC...second on the team with a .263 attack percentage...averaged 1.57 digs per set...led Regis with 488 points, fourth most in the RMAC... broke the all-time freshman record at Regis in kills and attack percentage... also ranks third in kills per set and fourth in points per set amongst Regis freshman...had 21 kills and 20 digs in just her third collegiate match against Hillsdale on September 1...had 29 matches of 10-or-more kills out of 35 matches played...notched season-high 22 kills in a four-set win over Chadron State on September 15 Season 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP K K/S 130-35 455 3.50 130-35 455 3.50

E TA 150 1158 150 1158

.Pct .263 .263

A 6 6

A/S 0.05 0.05

Rosary High School A 2012 graduate of Rosary High School in Fullerton, Calif...lettered four time in volleyball and two in track and field...four-year varsity member Named First Team All-Trinity League as a junior and senior...in 2010 she was named the 2nd best opposite hitter in Orange County (Calif.)...helped her club team, Surf City Volleyball Club, to the Junior Olympics national title in 2008...averaged 3.8 kills per set over junior and senior seasons... named to the Orange County Register Dream Team in 2012

SA 12 12

SA/S 0.09 0.09

D D/S 204 1.57 204 1.57

BS-BA 2-38 2-38

TB 40 40

B/S 0.31 0.31

Pts Pts/S 488.0 3.75 488.0 3.75

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WIN GRADUATE LEAD LAURA SCHROEDER

#11

Right Side/Outside Hitter 6-0 Sophomore La Canada, Calif. LaCanada HS

2012, Freshman Saw action in eight matches and 12 sets...hit .190 on the season...had a season-high five kills in just seven attempts (.571) in a win over South Dakota Mines on September 18

About Laura

Parents: Scott and Jane Schroeder Place of Birth: Glendale, Calif. Major: Elementary Education

Career Bests Category

Kills: Attacks: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Aces: Solo Blocks: Block Assist: Total Blocks: Digs:

No.

Opponent, Date

5 7

S.D. Mines, 9/18/12 S.D. Mines, 9/18/12

1 1 1

Twice Twice Western N.M., 11/13/12

Miscellaneous Stats Category

Double Doubles .450 of Better Hitting Pct. 12 or More Kills: 15 or More Kills: 10 or More Digs: 5 or More Blocks: 3 or More Aces

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La Canada High School A 2012 graduate of La Canada High School in La Canada, Calif...averaged 1.6 kills per set her senior season... hit at a .395 clip in 2012...helped her team to a 22-11 record including a 10-0 record in Rio Hondo league play...was named Second Team AllRio Hondo in 2012...played in the San Gabriel Valley All-Star Game...earned two letters in volleyball at La Canada and one at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy...played for the San Gabriel Roshambo volleyball club

No. of Times

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Season 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP 12-8 12-8

K 8 8

K/S 0.67 0.67

E 4 4

TA 21 21

.Pct .190 .190

A 0 0

A/S 0.00 0.00

SA 0 0

SA/S 0.00 0.00

D 1 1

D/S 0.08 0.08

BS-BA 0-2 0-2

TB 2 2

B/S 0.17 0.17

Pts 9.0 9.0

Pts/S 0.75 0.75

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REBECCA SPONCIL

#14

Setter 5-7 Sophomore Phoenix, Ariz. Veritas Preparatory Academy Awards 2012 Academic All-RMAC Honor Roll 2012, Freshman Played in 114 sets...ranked second on the team with a 2.03 assist per set average...tallied 231 total assists...averaged 1.67 digs per set...totaled 190 digs...had season-high 16 digs in fiveset thriller over West Florida on September 8...had season-best 27 assists in Rangers 3-1 win over Chadron State on November 9. Also tallied seasonhigh four service aces while digging out eight kill attempts

About Rebecca

Parents: Wayne and Lisa Sponcil Place of Birth: Phoenix, Ariz. Major: Accounting

Career Bests Category

Kills: Attacks: Hitting Pct.: Assists: Aces: Solo Blocks: Block Assist: Total Blocks: Digs:

No. 1 3

Opponent, Date

Metro State, 11/29/12 vs. West Florida, 9/8/12

27 4

at Chadron State, 11/9/12 at Chadron State, 11/9/12

1 1 16

Twice Twice vs. West Florida, 9/8/12

Miscellaneous Stats Category

Double Doubles .450 of Better Hitting Pct. 12 or More Kills: 15 or More Kills: 10 or More Digs: 5 or More Blocks: 3 or More Aces

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earned four letters in volleyball... played for Spiral volleyball club team

No. of Times

0 0 0 0 2 0 1

2011: Took a redshirt in 2011 Veritas Preparatory Academy: A 2011 graduate of Veritas Preparatory Academy in Phoenix, Ariz...named Class 1A-3A All-State First Team in 2008 and 2010...named to Class 1A3A All-State Second Team in 2009...led VPA to two Class 1A Volleyball State Championships in 2008 and 2010 and also a runner-up finish in 2009... Season 2012 TOTAL

SP-MP K 114-35 1 114-35 1

K/S 0.01 0.01

E 3 3

TA 19 19

.Pct -.105 -.105

A A/S 231 2.03 231 2.03

SA 22 22

SA/S 0.19 0.19

D D/S 190 1.67 190 1.67

BS-BA 0-2 0-2

TB 2 2

B/S 0.02 0.02

Pts 24.0 24.0

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Pts/S 0.21 0.21


WIN GRADUATE LEAD MAGGIE STEWARD

#5

Outside Hitter 5-10 Freshman Lakewood, Colo. Lakewood HS

About Maggie

Parents: Marion and Jeff Steward Major: Psychology

Honors/Awards

2012 First Team All-State 2012 Jeffco Player of the Year 2011 Class 5A Second Team All-State Three Time All-Jeffco selection

Lakewood High School A 2013 graduate of Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Colo...earned First Team All-State, all classes as a senior...second Team All-State Class 5A in 2011...named Jefferson County Player of the Year in 2012...three time All-Jeffco selection...three-year letterwinner at LHS...averaged 3.0 kills per set as a senior in leading LHS to a 19-8 record...second on the team with 2.2 digs per set...as a junior she put down 2.6 kills per set while hitting .349...in her three seasons on varsity helped lead Lakewood to a 64-18 record...led LHS to the Colorado Class 5A Volleyball Final Four in 2011...a member of the Colorado Juniors Volleyball Club

ALESSANDRA ORLANDINI

#10

Def. Specialist 5-5 Sophomore La Canada, Calif. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy A 2012 graduate of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in La Canada, Calif...a First Team All-Mission League selection both her junior and senior seasons...a second team honoree following her sophomore year...named Team Captain her final two seasons About Alessandra

Parents: Joe and Lisa Orlindini Major: Undecided

Honors/Awards

2011 First Team All-Mission League 2010 First Team All-Mission League 2009 Second Team All-Mission League

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DIAMOND RIDLEY-PIERCE

#12

Middle Hitter 6-2 Freshman Altadena, Calif. Northern Colo. LaSalle College Prep HS

Northern Colorado Spent one season at Northern Colorado in Greely, Colo...redshirted her only season there

About Diamond

Parents: Marcia A. Ridley Major: International Business

Honors/Awards

2010 First Team All-Del Rey League

LaSalle College Preparatory High School A 2012 graduate of LaSalle College Preparatory High School in Pasadena, Calif...named to the First Team All-Del Rey League as a junior...as a senior, she helped lead La Salle to 30-7-1 overall mark and an upset over No. 1 seeded South Torrance in the CIF Southern Section Division II-AA semifinals...led the Lancers win their first-ever state playoff match in the CIF State Division II first round...had an astonishing 265 blocks during her senior campaign...also picked up 225 kills...a member of the San Gabriel Elite Volleyball Club

SOPHIA PROANO

#15

Outside Hitter 5-11 Freshman Thornton, Colo. Community Christian School

About Sophia

Parents: Jay Proano and Katherine Proano Major: Biology

Honors/Awards

2012 First Team All-State Class 1A 2012 5280 League MVP Three Time First Team All-280 League 2013 CHSAA All-State Game

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Community Christian School A 2013 graduate of Community Christian School in Northglenn, Colo...a 2012 First Team All-State Class 1A... tallied 413 kills during her senior season, a 5.5 average...put down 937 career kills a CCS record...earned 5280 League MVP in 2012...three-time First Team All-5280 League...played in CHSAA All-State games in 2013... ranked third in Colorado for kills last season...also earned four letters in soccer and one in basketball...a member of the 5 Star Volleyball Club...class president for three years

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WIN GRADUATE

#2

#4

#3

LEAD

#6

#5

Gina Morgan

Caitie Breaux

Jaclyn Williamson

Maggie Steward

Sage Martinson

5-10 • Jr. • MB

5-11 • So. • OH

5-11 • So. • S

5-10 • Fr. • OH

5-10 • Sr. • L

#7

#9

Katie Klein

Lauren Flanagan

Maya Kirkeby

5-10 • So. • RS

5-11 • Sr. • OH

5-3 • Jr. • DS/L

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#8

#12

#14

#10 Alessandra Orlandini

5-5 • So. • DS

#15

Laura Schroeder

Diamond Ridley-Pierce

Rebecca Sponcil

6-0 • So. • RS/OH

6-0 • Fr. • MH

5-7 • So. • S

5-11 • Fr. • MH/OH

Sophia Proano

Frank Lavrisha

Joel List

Paul Martin

Mekana Barnes

Head Coach

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Grad. Asst. Coach

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REGIS UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS 

Established in 1909 4th Oldest Conference in the U.S. 14 Member Institutions  45 National Championships

12 Athletic Teams 217 Student-Athletes 34 Coaches 100+ years of athletic tradition

10 reasons to choose Regis 1. Graduation Rate x Regis student-athletes have a graduation rate of 73% and an academic success rate of 91%, the highest marks in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (NCAA Academic Success Rates Report) 2. Academic Success x 35 Academic/Scholar All-Americans. x Regis student-athletes have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.28 x Regis student-athletes have compiled the following academic achievements since 2007: o 135 – 4.0 GPAs o 350 – 3.75-3.99 GPAs x RMAC All-Conference Academic Honors (since 2007) o 32 – First Team, 42 – Second Team, 87 – Honor Roll 3. Competitive Conference x The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) is home to 45 NCAA National Championships and 30 NCAA second place finishes. 4. Athletic Success x 33 All-Americans x 33 RMAC Conference Championships x 46 NCAA Tournament Team Appearances 5. Location x Regis is located less than 10 minutes from “LoDo”, which hosts multiple professional sporting teams, top restaurants and the famous 16th street mall. Regis is also 1 hour from the Rocky Mountains, which boasts some of the best skiing, snowboarding and shopping destinations in the United States. 6. Coaches x 11 head coaches with 144 years of experience x 1,875 overall victories for coaches with teams who have win-loss records 7. National Recognition x For the 16th consecutive year, US News and World Report has named Regis University in its top tier among colleges and universities in the Western United States. 8. Community Service x Regis student-athletes perform a combined 3,300 hours of community service each year. 9. Student/Teacher Ratio x The student-teacher ratio at Regis University is 14/1. 10. NCAA Division II x Regis mirrors the NCAA Division II model emphasizing academics and class time, national championship opportunities and athletic scholarships.

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We are RU Athletics Mission Statement The Regis University athletics department seeks to encourage the success of student-athletes by reaching their maximum potential in athletic competition, academic progress and personal development, through an environment of accountability, service and tradition.

Athletic Department Commitments

Accountability To provide an environment where coaches, staff and student-athletes are held to the highest standard in all they do.

Service Transform society by facilitating an environment that promotes leadership, diversity and contribution to community.

Tradition To create a spirit of community that celebrates our past and builds our future.

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New Suite of Logo’s Unveiled In 2011 the athletics department undertook the process of creating a new athletics logo. At that time there was a lack of identity with the athletics logos and the term “Rangers”. The process involved gathering information from key stakeholders and identifying key words that represented “Ranger” and Regis’ student-athletes. A lengthy back-and-forth process with a designer that specializes in collegiate branding resulted in a new primary logo that embodies the spirit of Regis student-athletes, conveys attitude, and will instill them with a sense of pride. Furthermore, it creates a brand inside and outside of campus that will bring visibility and excitement to Regis athletics. In addition to the new primary logo, secondary and sport specific logos were also created to complete a fully redesigned athletics brand.

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COACHES


FRANK LAVRISHA Head Coach

Lavrisha Tidbits • 1988 Volleyball Monthly NCAA Division II Coach of the Year • Six-time conference Coach of the Year • Has won 11 conference titles • Has led teams to three undefeated conference seasons • 564-305 career record in 26 seasons (.649 winning percentage) • 322-112 career record in conference matches (.742 winning percentage) • 15 seasons of 20-or-more victories • Has led teams to NCAA II post-season 16 times • Has led teams to NCAA II Elite Eight National Tournament six times • Has produced 15 AVCA All-Americans and one AVCA Player of the Year • Coached West Team to the gold medal at the 1991 U.S. Olympic Festival

More About Lavrisha

• Education: The Ohio State, 1979 • Wife: Maggie • Kids: Michael, Kristina, Nikolas

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27th Season

Ohio State University (1979)

For the 15th time in his illustrious career, Head Coach Frank Lavrisha guided the Regis Rangers to a 20-win season following a 26-9 record in 2012. The Rangers were runner-up in the RMAC regular season with a 16-3 mark, the most wins in the RMAC for Regis since 1999. The Rangers then captured the RMAC Tournament Championship with an exciting win over Colorado Mines. Subsequently, the Rangers earned the #1 seed in the NCAA South Central Region tournament and served as the host site. Regis defeated crosstown rival Metro State in the first round before being defeated by Angelo State in the second round. It marked the 21st time in 26 seasons that a Lavrisha led team had a .500 or better record. The Rangers again narrowly missed an NCAA berth and finished with an overall mark of 21-9 and finished 12-6 in the RMAC in 2011. Competing in the Central Region for the final time, arguably the toughest Division II volleyball region in the country, the Rangers finished with the third best record in the RMAC. In 2010, Lavrisha led the senior-laden team to a fifth place finish in the RMAC with an overall record of 17-12. The Rangers made it to the semifinals of the RMAC Tournament before falling to RMAC Champion NebraskaKearney. The Rangers narrowly missed a return trip to the NCAA Tournament. Heading into the 2013 season, his 27th total, Lavrisha ranks 10th amongst active Division II coaches with his 564 victories against just 305 losses (.649) He has the 18th most wins ever in Division II history. Following a six-year absence from NCAA Tournament play, Lavrisha guided the Rangers back in 2008 completing an improbable late season run. The Rangers finished as the five seed after the regular season but were able to win the RMAC Tournament and earn the programs 15th berth to the NCAA Division II Tournament. The Rangers fell in four sets to eventual national champion Concordia-St. Paul. Lavrisha and success have been constant companions since the Ohio State University graduate took the reigns of the program prior to the 1986 season. Lavrisha has twice (1994 and 1997) been named the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Northwest Region Coach of the Year. In 1988, he led the Rangers to a 38-7 record and was selected NCAA II National Coach of the Year by Volleyball Monthly. In addition to his national honors, Lavrisha has received conference Coach of the Year accolades six times. Additionally, Lavrisha has guided his teams to NCAA Division II postseason play 16 times and has advanced to the NCAA II Elite Eight six times. At 1998’s Elite Eight, Lavrisha’s Rangers came within a game of advancing to the championship match - enduring a five-game heartbreaker to North Dakota State University in the semifinals. Lavrisha’s squads have been dominant in conference play, as his 322112 (.742) record in conference matches will attest to. Moreover, Lavrisha’s teams have secured nine conference titles in both the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and the now-defunct Colorado Divide and Colorado Athletic Conferences. Lavrisha has guided Regis to three undefeated conference schedules, amassing perfect 14-0 records in 1988 and 1991, followed by a 12-0 mark in 1995 all in the CAC. Opposing teams have not fared well at the Regis Fieldhouse against Lavrisha’s teams. He has won 246 of his 564 victories at the eclectic fieldhouse against just 91 losses for a .730 winning percentage. He has had only two losing seasons at home and in 1986, 1988 and 1997 his squads went undefeated at home. Four other teams lost just one game at home and from 1997-99 the Rangers went 48-3 inside the friendly confines of the


Regis Fieldhouse. In 2012, the Rangers posted their best home record, 15-2, since the 1998 team went 16-1. Lavrisha has produced 15 AVCA All-Americans and six GTE / CoSIDA Academic All-Americans during his time at Regis. Included in both groups is former RU setter Melinda Almazan, who in 1998, earned Regis’ first national Player of the Year award when the AVCA honored her as its NCAA II Most Valuable Player. In June of 1999, Almazan brought even more national attention to the RU volleyball program when the American Honda Company selected her for its NCAA II Athlete of the Year. Lavrisha is well-tied to the national volleyball community, as well. He has twice served as a U.S. Olympic Festival head coach, taking him to Oklahoma City in 1989 and Los Angeles in 1991. At the L.A. Festival, Lavrisha led his West squad to the gold medal. Even more, Lavrisha had a taste of international competition in 1994, leading the U.S. “B” team on a tour of the Orient. Lavrisha also assisted the USA Youth National Team to the NORCECA Championship in 2006 and the World Championships in 2007. Lavrisha resides in Louisville with his wife, Maggie. The couple has three children, Michael, Kristina and Nikolas.

Year 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 26 Years

Overall Record Pct. 29-11 .725 17-12 .586 38-7 .844 31-12 .721 29-15 .660 29-10 .744 14-17 .452 23-13 .639 28-11 .718 19-7 .731 20-13 .606 32-4 .889 31-4 .886 22-11 .667 22-10 .688 24-9 .727 14-16 .467 12-16 .429 6-21 .222 16-13 .551 11-17 .392 19-12 .613 14-14 .500 17-12 .586 21-9 .700 26-9 .743 564-305 .649

Conference Record Pct. 13-1 .929 10-4 .714 14-0 1.000 11-1 .917 11-1 .917 14-0 1.000 8-6 .571 11-3 .786 10-2 .833 12-0 1.000 15-4 .789 18-1 .947 17-2 .895 17-2 .895 15-4 .789 15-4 .789 11-8 .579 10-9 .526 5-14 .263 13-6 .684 9-10 .474 12-7 .632 12-7 .632 11-7 .611 12-6 .667 16-3 .842 322-112 .742

Place 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 4th 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 4th 4th 5th 7th 11th 5th 8th 5th 6th 5th 3rd 2nd

Postseason Finish NCAA 1st Round NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA

Semifinals (4th Place Finish) Quarterfinals Quarterfinals 1st Round

Final AVCA Rank 7th 20th 6th 11th 15th 6th

NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA 2nd Round NCAA 1st Round NCAA 2nd Round RMAC Tourney Champs/NCAA Quarterfinals RMAC Tourney Champs/NCAA Semifinals NCAA 1st Round NCAA 2nd Round NCAA 1st Round

14th 7th 12th 20th 3rd 4th 19th 16th

RMAC Tourney Champs/NCAA 1st Round

RMAC Tourney Champs/NCAA 2nd Round

13th

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Frank Lavrisha Series Records

Opponent G W L Pct. Abilene Christian .................................4 ............3............ 1 ..........750 Adams State .................................... 17 ......... 14 .........3 ....... .824 Air Force ..............................................22...........20 .......... 2 ..........909 Alaska-Anchorage ................................14...........10 .......... 4 ..........714 Alaska-Fairbanks.................................8 ............8............ 0 .......1.000 Angelo State ........................................5 ............3............ 2 ..........600 Army ...................................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Augustana (S.D.)..................................6 ............2............ 4 ..........333 Barry ...................................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Bentley ................................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Black Hills State .............................. 3 ........... 3 ...........0 ..... 1.000 BYU-Hawaii .........................................6 ............0............ 6 ..........000 California-Baptist ................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 California, Davis ..................................5 ............3............ 2 ..........600 California, Riverside .............................5 ............3............ 2 ..........600 California, San Diego ....................... 2 ........... 1 ...........1 ....... .500 California State, Bakersfield.................16...........3............ 13 ........188 California State, Chico .........................4 ............3............ 1 ..........750 California State, Dominguez Hills .........3 ............2............ 1 ..........667 California State, Los Angeles ........... 3 ........... 2 ...........1 ....... .667 California State, Northridge .................4 ............0............ 4 ..........000 California State, Sacramento ...............4 ............0............ 4 ..........000 California State, San Bernardino ...... 4 ........... 2 ...........2 ....... .500 California State Poly, Pomona ..............7 ............5............ 2 ..........714 Cameron ..............................................4 ............2............ 2 ..........500 Central Missouri State .........................16...........6............ 10 ........375 Chadron State.................................. 33 ......... 31 .........2 ....... .939 Chaminade ..........................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Chapman.............................................4 ............4............ 0 .......1.000 Colorado ..............................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Colorado Christian ........................... 45 ......... 41 .........4 ....... .911 Colorado College ..................................7 ............7............ 0 .......1.000 Colorado Mesa ................................. 26 ......... 16 .........10...... .615 Colorado Mines ................................ 35 ......... 24 .........11...... .686 Colorado State .....................................4 ............1............ 3 ..........250 Colorado State-Pueblo ...................... 30 ......... 26 .........4 ....... .867 Concordia-St. Paul ...............................7 ............0............ 7 ..........000 Dallas Baptist ......................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Denver .................................................25...........22 .......... 3 ..........880 Drury ..................................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 East Central (Okla.) .............................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 East Texas State ..................................4 ............4............ 0 .......1.000 Eastern Montana .................................8 ............8............ 0 .......1.000 Eastern New Mexico .............................6 ............6............ 0 .......1.000 Edinboro..............................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Ferris State ..........................................5 ............4............ 1 ..........800 Florida Southern..................................4 ............2............ 2 ..........500 Fort Hays State ....................................22...........16 .......... 6 ..........727 Fort Lewis ....................................... 23 ......... 18 .........5 ....... .783 Franklin Pierce ....................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Grand Canyon .....................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Grand Valley State ...............................3 ............2............ 1 ..........667 Hawaii-Hilo ..........................................6 ............2............ 4 ..........333 Hawaii-Pacific ......................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Henderson State ..................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Hillsdale College ..................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Idaho State ..........................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Illinois-Springfield................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Incarnate Word ....................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne .................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Johnson & Wales ............................. 2 ........... 2 ...........0 ..... 1.000 Kansas ................................................3 ............2............ 1 ..........667 Kansas State .......................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Lethbridge College ...............................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Lewis ...................................................4 ............2............ 2 ..........500 Lock Haven ..........................................4 ............3............ 1 ..........750 Long Island, Post .................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Mansfield .............................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Mercyhurst ..........................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Metro State ..................................... 64 ......... 33 .........31...... .516 Michigan Tech .....................................3 ............2............ 1 ..........667 Minnesota-Crookston...........................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Minnesota-Duluth ...............................5 ............2............ 3 ..........400 Minnesota St.-Mankato ........................3 ............3............ 0 .......1.000 Minnesota St.-Moorhead ......................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Missouri Southern ...............................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Missouri-St. Louis ...............................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Missouri Western .................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Montana State .....................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Montana Tech ......................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000

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Opponent G W L Pct. Morningside .........................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Nebraska-Kearney ...............................41...........10 .......... 31 ........244 Nebraska-Omaha .................................10...........4............ 6 ..........400 New Haven...........................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 New Mexico Highlands ..................... 17 ......... 16 .........1 ....... .941 North Dakota .......................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 North Dakota State ..............................10...........3............ 7 ..........300 North Florida .......................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Northern Colorado ...............................31...........11 .......... 20 ........355 Northern Kentucky ..............................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Northern Michigan ...............................6 ............2............ 4 ..........333 Northern State (S.D.) ...........................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Northwood ...........................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Notre Dame de Namur .........................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Oakland...............................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Pace.....................................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Portland State ......................................12...........5............ 7 ..........417 Puget Sound ........................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Rockhurst............................................2 ............0............ 2 ..........000 Saint Leo .............................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Seattle Pacific ......................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Sonoma State .................................. 3 ........... 3 ...........0 ..... 1.000 South Dakota Mines ............................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 South Dakota State .............................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Southeast Missouri State .....................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville .............1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Southwest Minnesota State ..................5 ............0............ 5 ..........000 St. Cloud State ....................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 St. Edward’s ........................................3 ............2............ 1 ..........667 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) ................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 St. Mary’s (Texas).................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Tampa ............................................. 9 ........... 5 ...........4 ....... .556 Texas Lutheran ....................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Texas Woman’s College ........................3 ............3............ 0 .......1.000 Tulsa ...................................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 UC-Colorado Springs ........................ 35 ......... 29 .........6 ....... .829 Ursuline ..............................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Utah State ...........................................2 ............0............ 2 ..........000 Washburn............................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Wayne State (Mich.) .............................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Wayne State (Neb.) ...............................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 West Florida ........................................3 ............2............ 1 ..........667 West Texas A&M .............................. 19 ......... 9 ...........10...... .474 Western New Mexico ........................ 8 ........... 5 ...........3 ....... .625 Western Oregon ...................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Western State .................................. 22 ......... 18 .........4 ....... .818 Westmont ............................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Wright State ........................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Wyoming .............................................5 ............0............ 5 ..........000 Bold - 2013 Opponents Updated 6/26/13


Regis Against Ranked Teams

Date 09/19/86 09/26/86 10/11/86 10/17/86 10/18/86 11/08/86 11/09/86 11/09/86 11/12/86 12/05/86

Ranking Opponent Opp/RU at Colorado State (Division I) 14/8 North Dakota State 11/8 Northern Colorado* 10/8 at Central Missouri State 6/8 vs. Nebraska-Omaha 2/8 vs. Ferris State 10/7 vs. Cal State-Northridge 1/7 vs. Ferris State 10/7 at Northern Colorado* 13/8 at Central Missouri State 6/7

09/30/87 10/28/87 11/13/87 11/13/87 11/15/87

at Northern Colorado* Northern Colorado* vs. Army vs. Central Missouri State vs. Minnesota-Duluth

10/NR 10/NR 13/NR 2/NR 14/NR

L L W L L

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

09/15/88 09/16/88 09/17/88 09/24/88 10/06/88 10/23/88 11/04/88 11/05/88 11/06/88 11/06/88 11/09/88 11/16/88 12/03/88 12/10/88 12/11/88

at Cal Poly Pomona vs. Cal. State-Northridge vs. Cal State-Sacramento West Texas A&M Northern Colorado* at Metro State vs. Chapman vs. Cal State-Bakersfield vs. Cal State-Sacramento vs. Cal State-Northridge at Air Force* Metro State* West Texas A&M vs. Portland State at North Dakota State

12/8 3/8 1/8 12/6 17/6 17/6 15/6 11/6 3/6 4/6 17/6 15/6 11/6 1/6 2/6

W L L W W L W W L L W W W L L

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

09/15/89 09/15/89 09/17/89 09/20/89 09/22/89 09/22/89 09/23/89 10/03/89 10/10/89 10/14/89 10/19/89 10/20/89 11/03/89 11/04/89 11/04/89 11/05/89 11/08/89 11/14/89 12/01/89 12/02/89 12/07/89

vs. Nebraska-Omaha at West Texas A&M vs. Cal State-Bakersfield Northern Colorado vs. Nebraska-Omaha at Portland State vs. Cal State-Northridge at Air Force* Metro State* vs. Central Missouri State at Alaska-Anchorage* at Alaska-Anchorage* vs. Florida Southern vs. Northern Colorado vs. Lewis vs. Tampa at Northern Colorado at Metro State* at Metro State vs. Portland State vs. Florida Southern

10/6 8/6 9/6 13/9 7/9 2/9 4/9 18/6 12/5 7/5 20/7 20/7 15/8 11/8 18/8 17/8 13/9 9/10 9/11 2/11 10/11

L L W L W W L W W W W W W L W W L L W W L

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

09/14/90 09/14/90 09/15/90 09/18/90 09/20/90 09/21/90 09/22/90 09/22/90 09/28/90 09/28/90 09/29/90 09/29/90 10/11/90 11/02/90 11/03/90 11/03/90 11/04/90 11/24/90 11/30/90

Chico State Portland State Nebraska-Omaha Northern Colorado at Cal State-Bakersfield vs. Chapman vs. Sacramento State vs. Chapman at Portland State vs. Sacramento State vs. Cal State-Bakersfield vs. Central Missouri State Air Force* vs. Cal.-Davis vs. North Dakota State vs. Tampa vs. Alaska-Anchorage at Northern Colorado at Cal State-Bakersfield

20/6 3/6 15/6 12/3 7/3 14/3 1/3 14/3 4/7 1/7 6/7 2/7 18/12 10/14 8/14 19/14 17/14 8/15 3/15

W W W L L W L W L L L L W L L L L W L

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

09/11/91 09/25/91 10/04/91 10/04/91 10/05/91 10/05/91 10/22/91

at Northern Colorado at Metro State* vs. Cal State-Bakersfield vs. West Texas A&M at Portland State vs. Tampa Metro State*

11/10 15/12 6/12 1/12 3/12 10/12 19/10

L W L L L W W

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

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

10/27/91 11/01/91 11/02/91 11/02/91 11/03/91 11/03/91 11/06/91 11/15/91 11/16/91 11/17/91 12/04/91

North Dakota State vs. Central Missouri State vs. Minnesota-Duluth vs. Cal State-Bakersfield vs. Florida Southern vs. West Texas A&M Air Force* at UC-Riverside at Cal Poly Pomona at Cal State-Bakersfield Northern Colorado

3/10 9/7 13/7 4/7 14/7 1/7 18/3 11/3 12/3 6/3 13/3

W W W W W L W W L L L

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

09/11/92 09/11/92 10/02/92 10/02/92 10/03/92 10/03/92 10/16/92 10/20/92 10/23/92 11/06/92 11/06/92 11/07/92 11/08/92 11/12/92 11/17/92 11/19/92

vs. Nebraska-Omaha at Central Missouri State at Portland State vs. Northern Michigan vs. Cal State-Bakersfield vs. UC-Riverside# Air Force* Metro State* Northern Colorado vs. Tampa vs. Cal Poly Pomona vs. New Haven vs. Alaska-Anchorage Denver* at Air Force* at Metro State*

25/9 12/9 1/22 2/22 6/22 18/22 25/NR 8/NR 5/NR 7/NR 13/NR 23/NR 25/NR 22/NR 21/NR 7/NR

L L L L L L W L L L L W W L L W

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

09/10/93 09/10/93 09/11/93 09/11/93 09/16/93 09/22/93 09/24/93 09/25/93 10/09/93 10/15/93 10/29/93 10/30/93 10/30/93 10/31/93 11/12/93 11/19/93 11/20/93 12/04/93

at Northern Michigan vs. Portland State vs. Ferris State vs. North Dakota State at Colorado State (Division I) at Northern Colorado North Dakota State Cal. St.-Bakersfield vs. Central Missouri State at Metro State* vs. Cal Poly Pomona vs. Nebraska-Omaha vs. UC-Davis vs. Augustana Metro State* vs. Central Missouri State at Metro State vs. Northern Colorado

1/21 2/21 19/21 3/21 23/18 6/19 3/19 4/19 15/NR 4/25 11/22 12/22 7/22 24/22 4/14 22/14 4/14 5/14

L L W L L L L L W L W W L W L W W L

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

09/14/94 09/16/94 09/17/94 09/17/94 09/20/94 09/23/94 09/24/94 09/24/94 09/30/94 10/01/94 10/01/94 10/02/94 10/12/94 10/21/94 10/28/94 10/29/94 11/09/94 11/11/94 11/18/94 11/19/94

Metro State* Northern Michigan Portland State Cal State-Bakersfield Northern Colorado at Cal State-Bakersfield vs. Tampa vs. Portland State vs. Barry vs. Hawaii-Hilo vs. Michigan Tech vs. Cal Poly Pomona Air Force* vs. Nebraska-Kearney at Portland State vs. Cal State-Bakersfield at Air Force* at Metro State* Air Force Portland State

6/14 1/14 5/14 4/14 11/3 1/3 19/3 12/3 9/3 10/3 7/3 22/3 11/3 7/3 12/2 1/2 9/7 16/7 9/7 10/7

W W W L W L W W W L L W W W L L L L W L

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

09/13/95 09/15/95 09/16/95 09/20/95 10/20/95 10/21/95 11/02/95 11/17/95

at Metro State* Cal. State-Bakersfield Northern Michigan at Northern Colorado vs. Mesa State vs. Nebraska-Kearney at Hawaii-Hilo vs. Hawaii-Hilo

21/3 8/3 2/3 5/7 21/8 9/8 5/10 5/12

W L L L W L L L

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

08/30/96 08/31/96 08/31/96 09/06/96 09/07/96 09/07/96

vs. St. Cloud State vs. Cal State-San Bernardino at Northern Michigan Central Missouri State North Dakota State Northern Colorado

6/14 2/14 1/14 5/13 2/13 18/13

L W L L L L

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

09/17/96 10/10/96 10/19/96 11/03/96 11/08/96 11/23/96

Northern Colorado Colorado Christian* at Nebraska-Kearney* at Colorado Christian* Nebraska-Kearney* Nebraska-Kearney

16/20 21/16 7/18 17/19 7/22 8/20

L L L W W L

2-3 2-3 0-3 3-0 3-2 0-3

08/29/97 09/06/97 09/06/97 09/27/97 10/10/97 10/12/97 10/18/97 10/30/97 11/01/97 11/07/97 11/15/97 11/15/97 11/23/97 12/05/97

at Cal State-Bakersfield UC-Riverside West Texas A&M Southern Colorado* at Metro State* at Colorado Christian* Nebraska-Kearney* Metro State* Colorado Christian* at Nebraska-Kearney* Nebraska-Kearney Southern Colorado Metro State at Cal State-Bakersfield

6/14 12/11 7/11 10/6 15/4 11/4 14/7 11/4 14/4 13/3 13/4 19/4 13/3 4/3

L W W W L W W W W W W W W L

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

08/28/98 08/28/98 08/29/98 09/04/98 09/05/98 09/05/98 09/11/98 09/19/98 10/23/98 10/29/98 11/06/98 11/14/98 11/21/98 12/05/98

vs. Barry vs. North Florida at Tampa West Texas A&M vs. Central Missouri State vs. BYU-Hawaii at Nebraska-Kearney* Metro State* Nebraska-Kearney* at Metro State* Colorado Christian* Metro State Metro State vs. North Dakota State

10/3 24/3 2/3 1/3 11/3 4/3 18/2 20/2 16/2 19/2 17/4 14/4 14/4 6/4

W W W W W L W L W L W W W L

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

08/25/99 08/26/99 08/28/99 09/03/99 09/04/99 09/04/99 09/10/99 09/14/99 09/23/99 10/22/99 11/12/99 11/20/99

at BYU-Hawaii at Hawaii-Pacific at BYU-Hawaii Central Missouri West Texas A&M Minnesota-Duluth Nebraska-Kearney* at Northern Colorado Colorado Christian* at Nebraska-Kearney* vs. Western State at West Texas A&M

2/5 1/5 2/5 9/5 13/5 25/5 17/11 18/9 17/14 14/12 23/14 4/16

L L L W L L W L W L L L

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

08/26/00 08/30/00 09/01/00 09/01/00 09/02/00 09/16/00 10/27/00 11/04/00 11/10/00 11/17/00

at West Texas A&M Northern Colorado Cameron Augustana Central Missouri State Nebraska-Kearney* at Nebraska-Kearney* Metro State* at Nebraska-Kearney at West Texas A&M

4/16 9/13 21/13 6/13 16/13 13/20 11/NR 22/NR 14/NR 3/NR

L L W L L L L W L L

0-3 0-3 3-1 0-3 0-3 1-3 1-3 3-1 0-3 0-3

08/24/01 08/25/01 08/31/01 09/01/01 09/01/01 09/15/01 09/21/01 09/22/01 09/27/01 10/27/01 11/03/01 11/10/01 11/16/01

vs. Cal. St.-San Bernardino vs. Cal. St.-Los Angeles Northern Colorado West Texas A&M Western State at Nebraska-Kearney* Tampa Metro State* Western State* Nebraska-Kearney* at Metro State* at Metro State vs. Nebraska-Kearney

9/NR 6/NR 13/18 3/18 6/18 13/14 6/14 11/14 4/13 14/12 8/12 9/12 13/11

L W W L L L W L W L L L L

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

08/30/02 08/30/02 09/06/02 09/07/02 09/13/02 09/20/02 09/24/02 10/25/02 11/01/02 11/15/02

vs. Truman State vs. Central Missouri State Barry Metro State Metro State* at Nebraska-Kearney* Northern Colorado at Metro State* Nebraska-Kearney* at Metro State

5/17 15/17 6/24 16/24 19/21 12/21 6/22 12/NR 12/NR 12/NR

L L W W L L L L L L

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

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08/29/03 08/29/03 09/05/03 09/06/03 09/12/03 09/19/03 09/23/03 10/24/03 10/31/03 11/01/03 11/14/03 11/15/03

vs. Grand Valley State at West Texas A&M Northern Colorado vs. Central Missouri State at Metro State* Nebraska-Kearney* at Northern Colorado Metro State* at Nebraska-Kearney* at Fort Hays State* vs. Fort Hays State at Metro State

7/NR 12/NR 21/NR 22/NR 7/NR 12/NR 19/NR 4/NR 10/NR 21/NR 20/NR 7/NR

L L L L L L L L L L W L

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

08/28/04 09/03/04 09/03/04 09/17/04 09/18/04 11/05/04 11/06/04

at Rockhurst North Florida Concordia-St. Paul at Nebraska-Kearney* at Fort Hays State* Nebraska-Kearney* Fort Hays State*

20/NR 11/NR 1/NR 1/NR 15/NR 1/NR 13/NR

L L L L L L L

1-3 0-3 0-3 0-3 0-3 0-3 1-3

08/27/05 09/02/05 09/03/05 09/16/05 11/04/05

vs. Rockhurst Concordia-St. Paul vs. Augustana (S.D.) Nebraska-Kearney* at Nebraska-Kearney*

19/NR 6/NR 21/NR 3/NR 1/NR

L L L L L

0-3 0-3 1-3 0-3 0-3

08/24/06 08/25/06 09/01/06 09/01/06

at Tampa vs. Lock Haven Central Missouri State Concordia-St. Paul

2/NR 15/NR 10/NR 4/NR

L L L L

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

08/23/07 08/24/07 08/24/07 08/31/07 08/31/07 09/01/07 09/15/07 10/26/07 11/09/07

vs. UC-San Diego at Cal State-San Bernardino vs. Southwest Minn. State Cal State-Los Angeles Minnesota-Duluth vs. Chico State Nebraska-Kearney* at Nebraska-Kearney* at Nebraska-Kearney

4/NR 3/NR 25/NR 17/NR 2/NR 13/NR 25/NR 21/NR 21/NR

L L L L L L L L L

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

09/05/08 09/05/08 09/27/08 10/24/08 11/20/08

Central Missouri State Concordia-St. Paul Nebrask-Kearney* at Nebraska-Kearney* at Concordia-St. Paul

20/NR 3/NR 10/NR 11/NR 1/NR

L L L L L

1-3 0-3 3-1 1-3 1-3

08/27/09 08/29/09 09/04/09 09/04/09 09/05/09 09/22/09 09/25/09 10/20/09 10/24/09 11/12/09

at Augustana (S.D.) vs. Southwest Minn. State West Florida Southwest Minn. State vs. Lewis Metro State* Nebraska-Kearney* at Metro State* at Nebraska-Kearney* vs. Metro State

22/NR 8/NR 15/NR 8/NR 19/NR 16/NR 8/NR 21/NR 5/NR 23/NR

L L L L L W L L L L

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

09/03/10 09/10/10 09/10/10 09/11/10 09/11/10 09/21/10 10/01/10 10/30/10 11/02/10 11/12/10

vs. Southwest Minn. State Wayne State (Neb.) Saint Leo West Florida Lewis Metro State* Nebraska-Kearney* at Nebraska-Kearney* at Metro State* at Nebraska-Kearney

15/NR 19/NR 6/NR 25/NR 14/NR 14/25 10/NR 9/NR 14/NR 10/NR

L L W W L W L L L L

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

09/09/11 09/20/11 10/01/11 10/22/11 10/28/11 11/01/11 11/08/11

Concordia-St. Paul at Metro State* at Nebraska-Kearney* at Colorado Mines* Nebraska-Kearney* Metro State* at Nebraska-Kearney

1/25 9/21 8/22 22/25 6/25 11/25 6/25

L L L L L L L

0-3 0-3 0-3 2-3 0-3 2-3 0-3

08/31/12 08/31/12 09/01/12 09/01/12 09/07/12 09/07/12 09/08/12 09/22/12 09/25/12 10/11/12 10/23/12

at Concordia-St. Paul vs. Southwest Minnesota St. vs. Hillsdale vs. BYU-Hawaii Angelo State CSU-San Bernardino vs. Tampa at Colorado Mines* at Metro State* at Adams State* Metro State*

1/NR 6/NR 10/NR 20/NR 9/NR 11/NR 3/NR 23/18 14/23 24/18 23/15

L L W L W W L L W W W

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

28

11/02/12 11/16/12 11/17/12 11/29/12 11/30/12

Colorado Mines* vs. Adams State at Colorado Mines Metro State Angelo State

14/13 21/14 12/14 25/14 11/14

L W W W L

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

Overall Record: ................................................115-205 Home Record:.......................................................54-62 Away Record: .......................................................21-80 Neutral: .................................................................40-63 Record as higher ranked team:...........................70-46 vs. #1:.......................................................................2-20 vs. #2:.......................................................................4-12 vs. #3:.......................................................................2-12 vs. #4:.......................................................................3-14 vs. #5:.........................................................................1-8 vs. #6:.......................................................................5-17 vs. #7:.........................................................................6-8 vs. #8:.......................................................................1-10 vs. #9:.........................................................................7-8 vs. #10:.....................................................................6-13 vs. #11: .....................................................................11-8 vs. #12:.....................................................................7-10 vs. #13:.....................................................................6-11 vs. #14:.......................................................................9-8 vs. #15:.......................................................................6-6 vs. #16:.......................................................................3-3 vs. #17:.......................................................................7-3 vs. #18:.......................................................................5-3 vs. #19:.......................................................................4-7 vs. #20:.......................................................................4-4 vs. #21:.......................................................................4-8 vs. #22:.......................................................................3-4 vs. #23:.......................................................................2-4 vs. #24:.......................................................................3-0 vs. #25:.......................................................................4-4

Number of Weeks Ranked in Top 25 Team Weeks Ranked Pct. 1. Central Missouri...................... 344 .................... 1.000 2. Tampa ...................................... 328 .................... 0.953 3. Minnesota Duluth.................... 269 .................... 0.782 4. Nebraska-Kearney................... 252 .................... 0.733 5. West Texas A&M .................... 246 .................... 0.715 6. North Dakota State (DI) .......... 216 .................... 0.628 7. Florida Southern...................... 201 .................... 0.584 8. Nebraska-Omaha (DI) ............. 199 .................... 0.578 9. Regis ....................................... 193 .................... 0.561 10. Cal State Bakersfield (DI) ..... 188 .................... 0.547

Number of Weeks Ranked in Top 10 Team Weeks Ranked Pct. 1. Tampa ...................................... 226 .................... 0.657 2. Central Missouri...................... 199 .................... 0.578 3. West Texas A&M .................... 172 .................... 0.500 4. North Dakota State.................. 162 .................... 0.471 5. Cal State San Bernardino ........ 145 .................... 0.422 6. Minnesota Duluth.................... 134 .................... 0.390 7. Nebraska-Kearney................... 129 .................... 0.375 8. Concordia-St. Paul .................. 124 .................... 0.360 9. Cal State Bakersfield (DI) ....... 108 .................... 0.314 10. Northern Colorado (DI) .......... 97 .................... 0.282 Truman .................................... 97 .................... 0.282 12. Portland State (DI) .................. 95 .................... 0.276 13. Northern Michigan (DI) .......... 94 .................... 0.273 Regis ....................................... 94 .................... 0.273 Washburn................................. 94 .................... 0.273 16. Nebraska-Omaha (DI) ............. 91 .................... 0.265


JOEL LIST

Assistant Coach 8th Season University Nebraska-Kearney (2001)

Coaching Ledger • Regis Assistant Coach, 2006-present • Avalanche Volleyball Club Head Coach, 2004-2006 • Fort Hays State Assistant Coach, 2003-2004 • Papillion-La Vista High School Assistant, 2001-2002 • Nebraska-Kearney Assistant Coach, 1999-2001

More About List

• Education: Nebraska-Kearney, 2001 • Wife: Leslie • Children: Lilly

Joel List begins his eighth season in 2013 as Frank Lavrisha’s top assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Regis. A native of Ogallala, Neb., List now calls Denver home after coaching stints in Nebraska, Kansas, and Illinois. List’s coaching and job experiences make him a well rounded assistant. The 2013 season is the start of List’s 11th season as an assistant coach at the collegiate level. He spent the 2003 and 2004 seasons as the assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at Fort Hays State University. List moved on from FHSU in 2004, after helping the Tigers to a 31-5 record and a #11 national ranking his last season. He also volunteered with the University of Nebraska-Kearney’s women’s volleyball team from 1999-2001. List’s coaching involvement has ranged from training middle school teams to international competition. List has been the head coach for several years in the club scene. He was involved with club volleyball in Nebraska for three years, Illinois for one, and is currently coaching with the club scene here in Denver. Prior to coming to Regis, in the spring of 2006, List was a personal trainer and manager of a strength and fitness facility in the Chicago area. List’s coaching experiences extended outside the club and collegiate levels. He had the opportunity to experience the international competition of volleyball by coaching with the non-profit organization, USA Athletes International, in Holland and Germany. List was exposed to volleyball in elementary school because his father was a coach. His early coaching experiences began while teaching math and coaching at a middle school near Omaha, Nebraska. While in Omaha, List was a volunteer assistant at Papillion-La Vista High School in 2001 where the team finished with a Class A State Championship and a record of 40-1. Besides assisting with on court and recruiting duties, List serves as the program’s strength and conditioning coach. A 2001 graduate with a bachelor’s degree in education and coaching from Nebraska-Kearney, and went on to complete his master’s in exercise science from Fort Hayes State University. List is a member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Joel resides in Denver with his wife Leslie and daughter Lilly.

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PAUL MARTIN

Volunteer Assistant Coach 6th Season UCLA (1976)

Paul Martin is in his sixth season as an assistant volleyball coach at Regis in 2013. He helped lead the Rangers to the 2008 NCAA National Tournament in his first season on the bench and last season helped them return to the NCAA Tournament. Martin’s primary on-court duties include development and growth of the Regis servers. Martin began his volleyball coaching career in 1996 with the former Boulder Volleyball Club. Along with Darren Swanson, he guided the 1997-98 BVC 15-Gold to a regional title and a spot in the Junior National Championships. Martin has held various volleyball coaching positions over the years; one of the most rewarding being coach of a Boulder based Special Olympics team. Martin is a Pittsburgh, Penn. native and a huge Pittsburgh Penguins hockey fan.

Coaching Ledger • Regis Assistant Coach, 2008-present • Boulder Volleyball Club

MEKANA BARNES

Graduate Assistant Coach 2nd Season Colorado State (2009)

Former USA Volleyball team member Mekana Barnes enters her second season as graduate assistant in 2013. Barnes who formerly was a volunteer assistant for Regis during the 2010-11 season, comes to Regis after one season at the University of Albany. Barnes works primarily with the middle hitters and also helps with recruiting and the popular Regis Volleyball Camps. Barnes graduated from Colorado State in 2009 where she was a 2007 Third Team AVCA All-American. She played four years for the Rams at middle blocker where she was a three-time All-Mountain West Conference performer. She ranks second in total blocks (571) and block assists (518) while also ranking third at CSU averaging 1.36 blocks per set. In 2007 she was named the Mountain West Conference Player of the Year. She helped lead Colorado State to four straight NCAA Tournament berths and following her senior season was a member of the USA Volleyball National Team that competed abroad. Twice, she Coaching Ledger led the Rams to the Moutain West Conference Championship. Barnes also went overseas and played professionaly in Spain • Regis Graduate Assistant Coach, 2012 • University of Albany Assistant Coach, and Puerto Rico super leagues in 2010 and 2011. She helped lead 2011 Albany to a 21-9 record in 2011 including being undefeated at • Front Range Volleyball Club Assistant home and winning an America East Conference championship and Coach, 2010 a berth in the NCAA Tournament. Barnes will work specifically with middle blockers and will help with all the day-to-day operations for the Regis volleyball team. Barnes lives in Denver, Colo.

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2012 IN REVIEW


The 2012 Regis University volleyball team soared to new heights not seen on the Regis campus since the late 90s. Regis was picked to finish third in the RMAC East Division and third overall but went one better by finishing runnerup in the regular season to Colorado Mines. Beginning on September 25th with a 3-1 win at #14 Metro State, Regis reeled off 11 straight victories, before falling to NCAA Division I Wyoming on October 30th. Regis then fell to #14 Colorado Mines before winning seven in a row to finish out the season. Once again the Rangers had one of the, if not the toughest schedules in the country. Nearly half, 16, of the Rangers 35 matches were against AVCA Top 25 opponents. The Rangers went 9-7 in those 16 games, including a 3-2 win over then #9 Angelo State at the Colorado Premier Challenge. The Rangers “youth” movement was obvious when at any given time Regis had at least three freshman on the court. Freshman Katie Klein and Caitie Breaux burst onto the scene offensively. Klein led the Rangers in kills with 455, which led the RMAC, and a 3.50 kills per set average. She broke the all-time freshman record at Regis in kills and attack percentage, while also ranking third in kills per set and fourth in points per set amongst Regis freshman. She was named All-RMAC Second Team and earned RMAC All-Tournament MVP. Breaux wasn’t far behind Klein averaging 3.25 kills per set and putting down 409 kills. Her 3.25 kps average is fifth best all-time amongst freshman in Regis history, while her 409 kills ranks fourth all-time as a freshman at Regis. For her efforts, Breaux was an All-RMAC First Team selection. Fellow freshman Jaclyn Williamson was named to the All-RMAC Third Team, while junior Sage Martinson also earned third team honors. Klein, Breaux and Makayla Higgins were all named to the RMAC All-Tournament Team. The Rangers entered the AVCA Top 25 poll in early September and stayed in for the rest of the season. They climbed to as high as #13 during the season and eventually finished at #13 in the final poll. RU began the post-season with a 3-0 win over Western New Mexico at home in the RMAC First Round. The Rangers narrowly defeated #21 Adams State in the semi-finals of the RMAC Tournament before taking on #12 Colorado Mines for the RMAC Championship. The Rangers won set one 25-16 in front of the hostile crowd at Colorado Mines. The Orediggers took set two 25-23 before Regis came back to take the next two sets by scores of 25-22 and 25-23 to win their first RMAC Tournament Championship since 2008. They say the third time is a charm and in this instance they were right; Regis had lost the previous two meetings between the two schools in 2012. The RMAC Champions then earned the top seed in the NCAA South Central Region Tournament and hosted the eight-team tournament for the right to go the NCAA Elite Eight in Pensacola, Fla. The Rangers, hosting their first regional tournament since 1998, drew cross-town rival Metro State, a team they had beaten twice already that season. The third time wasn’t a charm for Metro State as Regis prevailed but it was not an easy one. A crowd of over 1,000 watched the two battle for five sets. Metro State took set one 25-23 before Regis stormed back to take set two 25-15. The Rangers won by an identical 25-15 score in set three, but the Roadrunners bounced back to win set four 25-21. The Rangers took a 4-3 lead in set five and never looked back in winning 15-10. It marked the first time since 1999 that Regis had an undefeated record against Metro State and even more amazing it had been 22 years since Regis has defeated Metro State three times in one season. The win and advancement to the second round is the first time a Regis time has gone that far since the 2000 team, which also beat Metro State, advanced to the second round. The Rangers season came to an end one night later as they fell to #11 Angelo State in straight sets to end their season at 26-9, their best record since the 1999 season.

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Date Opponent Score Score-by-set Aug 31 at #1 Concordia-St. Paul L 0-3 17-25,11-25,14-25 Aug 31 vs #6 Southwest Minnesota L 0-3 12-25,19-25,14-25 Sep 01 vs #10 Hillsdale College W 3-1 25-20,25-18,19-25,27-25 Sep 01 vs #20 BYU-Hawaii L 1-3 21-25,25-19,19-25,18-25 Sep 04 JOHNSON & WALES W 3-0 25-12,25-19,25-12 $ Sep 07 #9 ANGELO STATE W 3-2 27-25,18-25,25-20,17-25,15-11 $ Sep 07 #11 CSU-SAN BERNARDINO W 3-0 25-20,25-17,25-22 $ Sep 08 vs #3 Univ. of Tampa L 1-3 20-25,21-25,25-23,22-25 $ Sep 08 vs West Florida W 3-2 23-25,16-25,25-22,27-25,15-9 * Sep 14 BLACK HILLS STATE W 3-0 25-18,26-24,25-17 * Sep 15 CHADRON STATE W 3-1 27-25,27-25,24-26,25-18 Sep 18 SOUTH DAKOTA MINES W 3-0 25-16,25-18,25-12 * Sep 21 at Colorado Christian L 1-3 15-25,25-19,18-25,25-27 * Sep 22 at #23 Colorado Mines L 1-3 13-25,23-25,25-20,10-25 * Sep 25 at #14 Metro State W 3-1 19-25,31-29,25-21,25-19 * Sep 29 UC-COLO. SPRINGS W 3-0 25-18,25-19,25-19 * Oct 04 NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS W 3-0 25-11,25-18,25-14 * Oct 05 WESTERN NEW MEXICO W 3-0 25-17,25-13,25-20 * Oct 11 at #24 Adams State W 3-2 25-15,23-25,17-25,25-22,15-11 * Oct 12 at CSU-Pueblo W 3-0 25-17,25-17,25-20 * Oct 13 at Western State W 3-0 25-14,25-22,25-16 * Oct 18 COLORADO MESA W 3-1 25-19,25-13,16-25,25-23 * Oct 20 FORT LEWIS COLLEGE W 3-0 25-18,25-20,25-19 * Oct 23 #23 METRO STATE W 3-2 25-20,25-23,17-25,25-27,16-14 * Oct 26 at UC-Colorado Springs W 3-2 23-25,19-25,25-17,28-26,15-9 Oct 30 at Wyoming L 1-3 16-25,26-24,26-28,20-25 * Nov 02 #14 COLORADO MINES L 0-3 11-25,13-25,24-26 * Nov 03 COLORADO CHRISTIAN W 3-1 25-19,16-25,25-18,25-22 * Nov 09 at Chadron State W 3-1 20-25,25-12,25-17,25-14 * Nov 10 at Black Hills State W 3-0 25-14,25-23,25-20 % Nov 13 WESTERN NEW MEXICO W 3-0 25-14,25-18,25-20 ^ Nov 16 vs #21 Adams State W 3-2 19-25,22-25,25-23,26-24,15-12 & Nov 17 at #12 Colorado Mines W 3-1 25-16,23-25,25-22,25-23 ! Nov 29 #25 METRO STATE W 3-2 23-25,25-15,25-15,21-25,15-10 ! Nov 30 #11 ANGELO STATE L 0-3 20-25,21-25,22-25 # - Concordia St. Paul Tournament (St. Paul, Minn.) $ - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis/Metro) (Denver, CO) * - RMAC Match % - RMAC First Round ^ - RMAC Semifinals (Golden, Colo.) & - RMAC Finals ! - NCAA South Central Region Tournament (Regis) # # # #

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: 3 sets: 4 sets: 5 sets:

W-L 26-9 16-3 15-2 8-4 3-3 12-4 7-5 7-0

Attend Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 35 17 12 6

Total 9866 5211 4056 599

Overall 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 2-3 3-3 4-3 4-4 5-4 6-4 7-4 8-4 8-5 8-6 9-6 10-6 11-6 12-6 13-6 14-6 15-6 16-6 17-6 18-6 19-6 19-7 19-8 20-8 21-8 22-8 23-8 24-8 25-8 26-8 26-9

Conf 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 2-1 2-2 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 8-2 9-2 10-2 11-2 12-2 13-2 13-2 13-3 14-3 15-3 16-3 16-3 16-3 16-3 16-3 16-3

Time 1:02 1:09 1:45 1:26 1:15 1:51 1:11 1:50 2:05 1:12 1:49 1:05 1:52 1:37 1:57 1:15 1:09 1:15 1:45 1:13 1:16 1:43 1:11 2:10 2:07 1:55 1:14 1:45 1:32 1:18 1:14 1:58 1:42 2:00 1:19

Att. 90 62 62 20 222 226 303 96 150 278 211 142 389 225 370 350 211 140 425 192 146 247 224 283 183 432 470 284 380 475 126 209 749 1064 430

Avg. 282 307 338 100

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2012 Regis Volleyball Statistics No. Name

m

s

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

digs

d/s

bs

ba

tot

b/s

2

34

112

177

1.58

47

468

.278

5

0.04

15

65

0.58

14

79

93

0.83 245.5

2.19

Gina Morgan

pts

pts/s

7

Katie Klein

35

130

455

3.50

150

1158

.263

6

0.05

12

204

1.57

2

38

40

0.31 488.0

3.75

3

Caitie Breaux

35

126

409

3.25

153

1111

.230

9

0.07

25

141

1.12

12

43

55

0.44 467.5

3.71

8

Lauren Flanagan

33

110

147

1.34

65

357

.230

4

0.04

1

19

0.17

9

69

78

0.71 191.5

1.74

12

Caitlin McDonnell

34

98

224

2.29

105

559

.213

4

0.04

7

64

0.65

8

40

48

0.49 259.0

2.64

11

Laura Schroeder

8

12

8

0.67

4

21

.190

0

0.00

0

1

0.08

0

2

2

0.17 9.0

0.75

4

Jaclyn Williamson

35

123

68

0.55

32

211

.171

1255 10.20 23

277

2.25

5

53

58

0.47 122.5

1.00

13

Kelsi Wildermuth

9

10

10

1.00

6

30

.133

1

0.10

0

2

0.20

0

0

0

0.00 10.0

1.00

15

Makayla Higgins

34

118

239

2.03

152

875

.099

20

0.17

11

321

2.72

7

37

44

0.37 275.5

2.33

6

Sage Martinson

35

131

4

0.03

3

25

.029

91

0.69

39

528

4.03

0

0

0

0.00 43.0

0.33

9

Maya Kirkeby

35

131

1

0.01

1

20

.000

9

0.07

15

272

2.08

0

0

0

0.00 16.0

0.12

14

Rebecca Sponcil

35

114

1

0.01

3

19

-.105 231

2.03

22

190

1.67

0

2

2

0.02 24.0

0.21

Totals

35

131

1743

13.31

721

4684

.210

1635 12.48

170 2084 15.91

57

363 238.5 1.82 2151.5 16.42

Opponent

35

131

1613

12.31

727

4755

.186

1518 11.59

105 2079 15.87

51

380 241.0 1.84 1959.0 14.95

Match wins by #sets Regis University Opponents

1st 0 0

2nd 0 0

3rd 12 4

4th 7 5

5th 7 0

Total 26 9

Sets won by set Regis University Opponents

1st 20 15

2nd 22 13

3rd 23 12

4th 11 8

5th 7 0

Total 83 48

Points by set Regis University Opponents

1st 776 723

2nd 805 750

3rd 805 734

4th 441 445

5th 106 76

Total 2933 2728

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2012 OPPONENTS


CAL ST.-LOS ANGELES

UC-SAN DIEGO

SONOMA STATE

Fri., Sept. 6, San Bernardino, Calif., 10:00 a.m.

Fri., Sept. 6, San Bernardino, Calif., 5:00 p.m.

California State-San Bernardino Tournament

California State-San Bernardino Tournament

Sat., Sept. 7, San Bernardino, Calif., 12:00 p.m. California State-San Bernardino Tournament

Location .......................... Los Angeles, Calif.

Location ................................La Jolla, Calif.

Enrollment ...................................... 16,000

Enrollment ...................................... 29,052

Location ........................ Rohnert Park, Calif.

Nickname .............................. Golden Eagles

Nickname ........................................ Tritons

Enrollment ........................................ 8,600

School Colors....................... Black and Gold

School Colors.........................Blue and Gold

Nickname .................................... Seawolves

Conference .... Calif. Collegiate Athletic Assoc.

Conference .... Calif. Collegiate Athletic Assoc.

School Colors..... Navy, Columbia Blue, White

Athletics Director ............... Dr. Dan Bridges

Athletics Director .............. Earl W. Edwards

Conference .... Calif. Collegiate Athletic Assoc.

Arena (Capacity) ............. Eagles Nest (5,000)

Arena (Capacity) .......... RIMAC Arena (5,000)

Athletics Director ........................ Bill Fusco

Head Coach ............................. Randi Smart

Head Coach ............................. Ricci Luyties

Arena (Capacity) ...... The Wolves’ Den (2,000)

Alma Mater .......................................... LSU

Alma Mater ........................................ UCLA

Head Coach ...............................Bear Grassl

Record at School (Years) ............... 69-46 (4)

Record at School (Years) ............... 61-26 (3)

Alma Mater ............................ Sonoma State

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record (Years).................146-122 (9)

Record at School ..................... 186-125 (11)

2012 Overall Record .......................... 16-13

2012 Overall Record .......................... 20-11

Career Record .....................................Same

2012 Conference Record ......................14-8

2012 Conference Record ......................15-7

2012 Overall Record ............................22-9

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 8/7

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ..................... 13/2

2012 Conference Record ......................16-6

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 4/3

Starters Returning/Lost ............. 6+libero/0

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ........... 11+libero/4

SID ............................................ Paul Helms

SID ........................................Scott Flanders

Starters Returning/Lost ............. 4+libero/2

SID Office .............................. 323-343-5308

SID Office .............................. 858-534-8437

SID ..............................................Tyler Lobe

SID E-mail ..... phelms@cslanet.calstatela.edu

SID E-mail .....................sflanders@ucsd.edu

SID Office .............................. 707-664-2478

Series Record .......................Regis leads 2-1

Series Record ....................Series tied at one

SID E-mail ........................lobe@sonoma.edu

Last Meeting ....................................... 2007

Last Meeting ....................................... 2007

Series Record .......................Regis leads 3-0

Website ............................csulaathletics.com

Website ............................... ucsdtritons.com

Last Meeting ....................................... 1997 Website ...................... sonomaseawolves.com

CSU-SAN BERNARDINO

JOHNSON & WALES

WEST TEXAS A&M

Sat., Sept. 7, San Bernardino, Calif., 7:30 p.m.

Tue., Sept.. 4, 2012, Denver, Colo., 7 p.m.

Fri., Sept. 13, Denver, Colo., 3:30 p.m.

California State-San Bernardino Tournament

Colorado Premier Challenge

Location .................... San Bernardino, Calif.

Location ................................. Denver, Colo.

Location ............................... Canyon, Texas

Enrollment ...................................... 17,500

Enrollment ........................................ 1,510

Enrollment ........................................ 7,958

Nickname ....................................... Coyotes

Nickname ...................................... Wildcats

Nickname ................................... Lady Buffs

School Colors....................... Blue and Black

School Colors.............................. Navy, Gold

School Colors................... Maroon and White

Conference .... Calif. Collegiate Athletic Assoc.

Conference .....................Independent (NAIA)

Conference ...................................Lone Star

Athletics Director .............Dr. Kevin Hatcher

Athletics Director .................... Sandee Mott

Athletics Director .............Michael McBroom

Arena (Capacity) .... Coussoulis Arena (4,140)

Arena (Capacity) ........... Wildcat Center (550)

Arena (Capacity) ............... “The Box” (2,557)

Head Coach ............................ Kim Cherniss

Head Coach ................................ Lara Golos

Head Coach ............................. Jason Skoch

Alma Mater ..............................UC-Riverside

Alma Mater ....................................Colorado

Alma Mater ......................... Oklahoma State

Record at School (Years) .......... 499-190 (22)

Record at School (Years) ................. 6-22 (2)

Record at School (Years) ..............133-21 (3)

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record (Years)...................269-41 (8)

2012 Overall Record ............................24-9

2012 Overall Record ............................6-22

2012 Overall Record ............................33-5

2012 Conference Record ......................19-3

2012 Conference Record ........................0-3

2012 Conference Record ......................17-3

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ..................... 15/3

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 6/3

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ............. 5/6+libero

Starters Returning/Lost ............. 4+libero/2

Starters Returning/Lost ............. 4+libero/2

Starters Returning/Lost ............. 2/4+libero

SID ...................................... Mark Reinhiller

SID ........................................ Mike Gallegos

SID ............................................ Brent Seals

SID Office .............................. 909-537-3001

SID Office .............................. 303-256-9331

SID Office .............................. 806-651-4442

SID E-mail ........................ mrein@csusb.edu

SID E-mail ..................... mgallegos@jwu.edu

SID E-mail ...................... bseals@wtamu.edu

Series Record ....................... Series tied at 2

Series Record .......................Regis leads 2-0

Series Record ............ West Texas leads 10-9

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Last Meeting ....................................... 2003

Website ........................... csusbathletics.com

Website ....................denver.jwuathletics.com

Website .................................. gobuffsgo.com

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TAMPA

BLACK HILLS STATE

CHADRON STATE

Fri., Sept. 13, Denver, Colo., 7:00 p.m.

Fri., Sept. 20, Spearfish, S.D., 7:00 p.m.

Sat., Sept. 21, Chadron, Neb., 6:00 p.m.

Location ................................... Tampa, Fla.

Location ...............................Spearfish, S.D.

Location ................................Chadron, Neb.

Enrollment ........................................ 6,900

Enrollment ........................................ 4,415

Enrollment ........................................ 2,800

Nickname ..................................... Spartans

Nickname ............................... Yellow Jacket

Nickname ......................................... Eagles

School Colors..................... Red, Black, Gold

School Colors............................ Green, Gold

School Colors....................... Cardinal, White

Conference .......................... Sunshine State

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Athletics Director ................... Larry Marfise

Athletics Director ..................... Jhett Albers

Athletics Director ................... Joel R. Smith

Arena (Capacity) Bob Martinez Center (3,432)

Arena (Capacity) .......... Young Center (3,800)

Arena (Capacity) .......Armstrong Gym (2,500)

Head Coach ......................... Chris Catanach

Head Coach ............................. Sally Nichols

Head Coach ............................... Janel Baily

Alma Mater .......................................Tampa

Alma Mater ..............Rocky Mountain College

Alma Mater ............................ Western State

Record at School (Years) .......... 906-164 (30)

Record at School (Years) ............... 22-41 (2)

Record at School (Years) ................. 5-24 (1)

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record (Years)..........................Same

2012 Overall Record ............................32-4

2012 Overall Record .......................... 11-20

2012 Overall Record ............................5-24

2012 Conference Record ......................16-0

2012 Conference Record ......................4-16

2012 Conference Record ......................2-17

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ........... 12+libero/4

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 6/3

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 4/8

Starters Returning/Lost ............. 4+libero/2

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 4/2

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 4/3

SID ............................................. Tom Kolbe

SID ....................................... Joe Janowczyk

SID .....................................Alex Helmbrecht

SID Office .............................. 813-257-3473

SID Office .............................. 605-642-6832

SID Office .............................. 308-432-6212

SID E-mail .............................tkolbe@ut.edu

SID E-mail ................... sportsinfo@bhsu.edu

SID E-mail .................. ahelmbrecht@csc.edu

Series Record .......................Regis leads 5-4

Series Record .......................Regis leads 2-0

Series Record .....................Regis leads 34-6

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Website ..........................tampaspartans.com

Website ............................ bhsuathletics.com

Website ........................... chadroneagles.com

COLORADO CHRISTIAN

COLORADO MINES

METRO STATE

Fri., Sept. 27, Denver, Colo., 7:00 p.m.

Sat., Sept. 27, Denver, Colo., 5:00 p.m.

Tue., Oct. 1, Denver, Colo., 7:00 p.m.

Sat., Nov. 9, Lakewood, Colo., 5:00 p.m.

Fri., Nov. 8, Golden, Colo., 7:00 p.m.

Tue., Oct. 29, Denver, Colo., 7:00 p.m.

Colorado Premier Challenge

Location ............................. Lakewood, Colo.

Location ................................. Golden, Colo.

Location ................................. Denver, Colo.

Enrollment ........................................ 2,100

Enrollment ........................................ 5,200

Enrollment ...................................... 22,976

Nickname .......................................Cougars

Nickname ................................... Orediggers

Nickname ................................Roadrunners

School Colors............ Navy Blue, Gold, White

School Colors............................. Silver, Blue

School Colors........................Navy Blue, Red

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Athletics Director ................. Darren Ritchie

Athletics Director ............... David Hansburg

Athletics Director .............. Joan McDermott

Arena (Capacity) Cougar Event Center (1,500)

Arena (Capacity) ...... Lockridge Arena (3,000)

Arena (Capacity) .......... Auraria Event Center

Head Coach .......................Verlyn Rosenthal

Head Coach .......................Jamie Skadeland

Head Coach ...................... Debbie Hendricks

Alma Mater ...........................................N/A

Alma Mater ............................. North Dakota

Alma Mater ......................Lubbock Christian

Record at School (Years) ............... 63-46 (3)

Record at School (Years) ..............105-51 (5)

Record at School (Years) .......... 290-118 (13)

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record (Years)............... 486-199 (21)

2012 Overall Record .......................... 23-10

2012 Overall Record ............................26-7

2012 Overall Record .......................... 18-11

2012 Conference Record ......................12-7

2012 Conference Record ......................17-2

2012 Conference Record ......................13-6

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 4/5

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 6/7

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 7/5

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 3/5

Starters Returning/Lost ............. 4+libero/2

Starters Returning/Lost ............. 3+libero/3

SID ....................................... Aimee Davison

SID ................................... Colin Bonnicksen

SID .................................... Andy Schlichting

SID Office .............................. 303-963-3185

SID Office .............................. 303-273-3095

SID Office .............................. 303-556-3431

SID E-mail ....................... adavison@ccu.edu

SID E-mail ................... cbonnick@mines.edu

SID E-mail ..................... aschlic1@mscd.edu

Series Record .....................Regis leads 48-4

Series Record ................... Regis leads 38-12

Series Record .......... Metro State leads 47-46

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Website ............................... ccucougars.com

Website ........................... csmorediggers.com

Website ............................. gometrostate.com

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UC-COLO. SPRINGS

N.M. HIGHLANDS

WESTERN N.M.

Sat., Oct. 5, Colorado Springs, Colo., 7:00 p.m.

Thu., Oct. 10, Las Vegas, N.M., 7:00 p.m.

Fri., Oct. 11, Silver City, N.M., 7:00 p.m.

Location ...................Colorado Springs, Colo.

Location ............................. Las Vegas, N.M.

Location ............................. Silver City, N.M.

Enrollment ........................................ 9,798

Enrollment ........................................ 3,768

Enrollment ........................................ 3,000

Nickname ............................Mountain Lions

Nickname ...................................... Cowgirls

Nickname .................................... Mustangs

School Colors.............................Black, Gold

School Colors.......................... Purple, White

School Colors............................Purple, Gold

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Athletics Director ............. Stephen Kirkham

Athletics Director ................ Ed Manzaneres

Athletics Director ................. Mark Coleman

Arena (Capacity) ....... Gallogly Center (1,250)

Arena (Capacity) ........John A. Wilson (4,250)

Arena (Capacity) .............. WNMU Fieldhouse

Head Coach ............................ Chrissy Elder

Head Coach .........................Bryan Crawford

Head Coach ........................... Jim Callender

Alma Mater ........................... Pittsburg State

Alma Mater ................................Utah Valley

Alma Mater .......................................... BYU

Record at School ........................1st Season

Record at School (Years) ................. 6-23 (1)

Record at School (Years) .......... 269-184 (15)

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record (Years)............... 643-415 (34)

2012 Overall Record .......................... 18-11

2012 Overall Record ............................6-23

2012 Overall Record .......................... 15-15

2012 Conference Record ......................12-7

2012 Conference Record ......................2-17

2012 Conference Record ......................12-7

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 7/6

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ..................... 3/11

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 9/2

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 2/4

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 2/6

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 5/2

SID ..........................................Jared Verner

SID ............................................. Jose Lopez

SID ............................................ Brian Kortz

SID Office .............................. 719-255-3003

SID Office .............................. 505-426-2017

SID Office .............................. 575-538-6214

SID E-mail ........................ jverner@uccs.edu

SID E-mail ................... joselopez@nmhu.edu

SID E-mail .......................kortzb@wnmu.edu

Series Record .....................Regis leads 30-6

Series Record .....................Regis leads 30-1

Series Record .....................Regis leads 11-5

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Website ....................... gomountainlions.com

Website ........................... nmhucowboys.com

Website ........................ wnmumustangs.com

ADAMS STATE

CSU-PUEBLO

WESTERN STATE

Thu., Oct. 17, Denver, Colo., 7:00 p.m.

Fri., Oct. 18, Denver, Colo., 7:00 p.m.

Sat., Oct. 19, Denver, Colo., 5:00 p.m.

Location ............................... Alamosa, Colo.

Location ..................................Pueblo, Colo.

Location ............................. Gunnison, Colo.

Enrollment ........................................ 2,500

Enrollment ........................................ 5,200

Enrollment ........................................ 2,300

Nickname ...................................... Grizzlies

Nickname .............................Thunderwolves

Nickname ...............................Mountaineers

School Colors...........................Green, White

School Colors..................... Blue, White, Red

School Colors........................ Crimson, Slate

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Athletics Director ...............Larry Mortensen

Athletics Director .........................Joe Folda

Athletics Director .................Greg Waggoner

Arena (Capacity) ............. Plachy Hall (3,000)

Arena (Capacity) .........Massari Arena (3,900)

Arena (Capacity) ..... Paul Wright Gym (1,800)

Head Coach ....................... Lindy Mortensen

Head Coach ................................Jen Gomez

Head Coach ........................ Katie Moskowitz

Alma Mater .............................. Adams State

Alma Mater ............................... CSU-Pueblo

Alma Mater .........................Black Hills State

Record at School (Years) ............112-111 (8)

Record at School (Years) ............... 30-28 (2)

Record at School .......................................

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record (Years)...................164-88 (7)

Career Record ............................................

2012 Overall Record ............................24-6

2012 Overall Record .......................... 15-15

2012 Overall Record ............................4-23

2012 Conference Record ......................16-3

2012 Conference Record ......................6-13

2012 Conference Record ......................3-16

Letterwinners Ret./Lost .......................N/A

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ..................... 10/5

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ............................

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 4/2

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 6/1

Starters Returning/Lost ............................

SID ...........................................Nik Schmidt

SID ................................Anthony Sandstrom

SID ......................................... Garrett Finke

SID Office .............................. 719-587-7825

SID Office .............................. 719-549-2022

SID Office .............................. 970-943-2831

SID E-mail ..................nschmidt@adams.edu

SID E-mail anthony.sandstrom@colostate-publo.edu

SID E-mail .....................gfinke@western.edu

Series Record .....................Regis leads 18-4

Series Record .....................Regis leads 38-8

Series Record .....................Regis leads 31-8

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Website ............................... asugrizzlies.com

Website ....................... gothunderwolves.com

Website .............................. wscathletics.com

Fri., Nov. 1, Denver, Colo., 7:00 p.m.

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COLORADO MESA

FORT LEWIS

Thu., Oct. 24, Grand Junc., Colo., 7:00 p.m.

Sat., Oct. 26, Durango, Colo., 5:00 p.m.

Location .................... Grand Junction, Colo.

Location ...............................Durango, Colo.

Enrollment ........................................ 9,007

Enrollment ........................................ 3,836

Nickname .................................... Mavericks

Nickname ....................................Skyhawks

School Colors........................ Maroon, White

School Colors......Navy Blue, Light Blue, Gold

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Athletics Director ...................... Tom Spicer

Athletics Director .....................Gary Walker

Arena (Capacity) ......Brownson Arena (2,000)

Arena (Capacity) ........... Whalen Gym (1,500)

Head Coach ............................ Dave Fleming

Head Coach ............................. Kelly Rifilato

Alma Mater .....................................Denison

Alma Mater ........................................ Idaho

Record at School (Years) ..............140-97 (8)

Record at School ........................1st Season

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record .............................1st Season

2012 Overall Record .......................... 17-11

2012 Overall Record .......................... 11-16

2012 Conference Record ......................11-8

2012 Conference Record ......................7-12

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 8/6

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 7/3

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 3/3

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 5/1

SID ..............................................Ian Marks

SID ........................................... Sarah Meier

SID Office .............................. 970-248-1143

SID Office .............................. 970-247-7381

SID E-mail ........... imarks@coloradomesa.edu

SID E-mail ..................meier_s@fortlewis.edu

Series Record ................... Regis leads 25-17

Series Record .....................Regis leads 25-7

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Last Meeting ....................................... 2012

Website ...........................cmumavericks.com

Website .............................. goskyhawks.com

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Colorado Premier Challenge “The most prestigous NCAA Division II volleyball tournament in the country” » The 12 teams combined to go 335-78 for a 81.1 win percentage in 2012. » Concordia-St. Paul and Tampa met last fall in the NCAA Championship game with Concordia-St. Paul winning their sixth straight Division II championship. » The 12 head coaches have won a combined 4,376 matches for a 75.6 win percentage » 11 2012 AVCA All-Americans will be playing in the 2013 Colorado Premier Challenge » Concordia-St. Paul had been ranked #1 in the AVCA Top 25 poll every week beginning September 29, 2008 until September 13, 2011 and has been ranked every week since October 30, 2003, 121 weeks in a row. Melinda Almazan - Regis University » Tampa has been in the AVCA Top 25 poll for 328 out of a possible 344 weeks (95.3 1998 AVCA Player of the Year

percent)

» The Colorado Premier Challenge has been hosted by Regis and Metro State since 1996 » Four of the coaches, Brady Starkey, Debbie Hendricks, Chris Catanach, and Angelo State Assistant Coach Qi Wang have all collected AVCA National Coaches of the Year awards, with Starkey winning three since 2007, including in 2011. » Since 1996, nine of the 17 AVCA Players of the Year have begun their season at the Vicky Braegelmann - Minn.-Duluth Colorado Premier Challenge, three of which 2006 & 2007 AVCA Player of the Year are featured on this page » There have been 108 AVCA All-Americans named to the challenge’s All-Tournament Team, including seven of the 13 from 2012 » 31 previous teams participating in the Colorado Premier Challenge made it to the NCAA Elite 8 » There have been 198 teams that have played at the CPC and 145 of them, 73.2 percent, have made the NCAA Tournament that same year. Maggie McNamara - Conc.-St. Paul 2008 & 2009 AVCA Player of the Year

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THE RMAC


Chris Graham

Eric Danner

Commissioner

Kaleb Center

Associate Commissioner

TBD

Director of Media Relations

Director of Compliance

RMAC History 1909-1969

The Colorado Faculty Athletic Conference was formed March 6, 1909 by the following four charter members: University of Colorado, Colorado A&M (now Colorado State University), Colorado College and Colorado School of Mines. In 1910, the league changed its name to the Rocky Mountain Faculty Athletic Conference (RMFAC). The University of Denver and University of Utah joined the conference but Colorado College had a fallout with Colorado School of Mines and dropped from the conference. In 1914, Colorado College rejoined and with the addition of Utah State University, the membership was at seven. Montana State University joined in 1917 and Brigham Young University joined in 1918 as the conference grew to nine members. Membership reached 12 when the University of Wyoming joined in 1921, and Western State College and the University of Northern Colorado joined in 1924. A major defection occurred as seven schools dropped out of the RMFAC to form the Mountain States Conference (also known as the Skyline Conference). Leaving the RMFAC were Colorado, Colorado State, Brigham Young, Utah State, Wyoming and Denver. The RMFAC continued to operate under faculty administration with five schools - Colorado College, Colorado Mines, Montana State, Northern Colorado and Western State. Much athletic activity was curtailed during the World War II years, but in 1948 Idaho State University joined the league to bring the membership to six. Adams State College became the seventh member in 1956, but Idaho State left in 1958 and Montana State departed in 1959, reducing the membership back to five schools. In 1967, the name changed to what it is currently known as, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC). In a meeting of the presidents of 15 schools, the presidents assumed control of the league from the faculty, changed the name and the RMAC underwent the most radical change in its 58-year history. Ten institutions were added to the conference and two divisions were formed (Mountains and Plains). Joining the conference were Emporia State, Fort Hays State University, Fort Lewis College, University of Nebraska-Omaha, Pittsburg State, Kan., University of Southern Colorado, Southern Utah State, Regis University, Washburn, Kan., Western New Mexico and Westminster, Utah. Colorado College was not included in the new plan and New Mexico Highlands University joined in 1968 but left in 1969 due to financial aid restrictions of the RMAC.

1970-79 The two divisions of the RMAC were split into separate conferences for economic reasons in 1972. The Mountain Division kept the RMAC name, the Plains Division became known as the Great Plains Athletic Conference. The two allied conferences worked under the name of the Mountain and Plains Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MPIAA). RMAC membership stood at eight with ASC, CSM, FLC, Regis, Southern Utah State, Western New Mexico, WSC and Westminster. New Mexico Highlands became the ninth member in 1974 and Mesa State College became the 10th in 1975. In 1976, the MPIAA was dissolved for economic reasons and the two conferences went their separate ways. In the shuffle, Northern Colorado became independent and Southern Colorado transferred to the RMAC. Paul Brechler became the commissioner of the RMAC and was assisted by his wife Wanda. The 1978-79 season marked the first year in which the conference would sponsor women’s sports. In 1979, Westminster dropped its intercollegiate athletic program, leaving the RMAC with 10 institutions.

RMAC Mileage Chart ASU BHSU CSC CCU CMU CSM CSUP FLC MSUD NMHU RU UCCS WNMU WSU

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ASU X 669 535 239 264 210 127 149 234 245 240 172 573 137

BHSU X 155 460 641 462 547 787 453 727 451 520 1130 650

CSC X 306 540 308 412 633 299 626 297 366 982 496

CCU X 239 8 115 328 8 337 12 69 686 191

CMU X 234 286 171 245 508 244 307 618 128

CSM X 124 328 15 347 12 79 695 191

CSUP X 277 112 219 117 49 575 159

FLC X 338 308 337 322 450 174

MSUD X 333 5 65 681 200

NMHU X 338 270 357 380

RU X 71 688 201

UCCS X WNMU 620 X WSU 173 573 X


1980-1989

In 1983, Regis became an independent and in 1985 Southern Colorado drops several sports, including football. In 1986, Southern Utah State departed the RMAC and membership dropped to eight. In 1988, New Mexico Highlands withdrew. The RMAC took another new look in 1989 when Chadron State College, Fort Hays State University, Kearney State (now the University of Nebraska at Kearney and current member) and Wayne State announced intentions to join. Southern Colorado and Western New Mexico stated they were leaving the RMAC in 1990.

1990-1993

During the 1990 RMAC Spring Meetings, Kearney State and Wayne State withdrew their membership. Southern Colorado and Western New Mexico left on July 1, 1990 and Fort Lewis said it would leave in 1991. Brechler retired as RMAC commissioner and his wife, Wanda, was named commissioner for the 1990-91 RMAC year. During the 1990-91 season, Fort Lewis was retained as an associate member for the sports of football, wrestling and softball while New Mexico Highlands rejoined the conference. In August 1991, Kurt Patberg was named the RMAC commissioner. During the 1992-93 season, all RMAC institutions gave a three-year commitment to the league and the league moved into the NCAA Division II ranks. Anheuser-Busch, Rawlings and the Ramada Hotel-Denver West joined forces with the RMAC as corporate sponsors. A new logo was adopted and the RMAC Seal would be used for official league items only. The RMAC Week-In-Review television show on Prime Sports Network (now Fox Sports Rocky Mountain) was developed, post season basketball tournaments were held and conference baseball teams participated in the Mile High Intercollegiate Baseball League. Adams State won the RMAC’s initial two NCAA Division II titles with victories in men’s and women’s cross country in 1992 and 1993. Phillips 66 then became a major corporate sponsor.

1994-1999

Conference growth continued in 1994 with the addition of two new members and the hiring of a second full-time staff person. Fort Lewis resumed full membership and Nebraska-Kearney was voted in as a member, both effective in July. Also in July, a full-time Assistant to the Commissioner/Media Relations Director was hired. In November 1995, Adams State won its fourth straight national title in women’s cross country, while Western State won it first NCAA Division II national title in men’s cross country. The crowning moment for the conference came in March of 1996, when Fort Hays State became only the third Division II team in the 40-year history of NCAA Division II men’s basketball to finish the season undefeated. The Tigers finished the year 34-0 en-route to FHSU’s first Division II national championship and the conference’s first national champion in men’s basketball. Colorado Christian University, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Regis University and the University of Southern Colorado joined the league as full members on July 1, 1996. The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs joined as an associate member also on July 1, 1996. University of Denver was accepted as an affiliate member. The RMAC now consists of a two-division, 14 member conference for the sports of volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball. The league office also had a new look as the conference offices moved from Golden, Colo. to Colorado Springs, Colo. Also in 1996, the RMAC’s intern position of Operations Coordinator was expanded to a full-time position and the Assistant to the Commissioner/Media Relations Director position changed titles to Assistant Commissioner/Media Relations Director. The RMAC came under new direction in 1997 as Tom Wistrcill was named commissioner, replacing Kurt Patberg who resigned to pursue his doctorate degree. Wistrcill began his appointment August 15, 1997 after serving a three-year term as Commissioner of the Northern Sun Conference. The University of Denver completed its one-year term as an outgoing affiliate member of the RMAC, and began competition as an NCAA Division I institution for the 1998-99 year. CU-Colorado Springs completed its first year as a full member of the RMAC after becoming the 14th such institution on July 1, 1997. San Francisco State competed as an associate member of the RMAC in the sport of wrestling for the first time in 1997-98. In 1998, the RMAC men’s and women’s post-season basketball tournament became the first conference event to be broadcast on live television as Fox Sports Rocky Mountain carried the two championship games to a regional cable television audience.

2000-2012

In 2000, Metro State joined Adams State and Western State as national champions - with Adams State claiming the women’s cross country title, Western State claiming the men’s cross country title and Metro State winning the men’s basketball championship. Also, Fort Hays State advanced to the finals of the Division II Baseball World Series and the Mesa State softball team earned its first ever trip to the Softball World Series. After a three year tenure with the RMAC, Tom Wistrcill stepped down as commissioner in November 2000. The council of presidents selected Joel R. Smith as the new commissioner of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in February 2001. Western State College earned NCAA national titles in men’s and women’s cross country in 2001 and 2002. Metro State posted their second NCAA men’s basketball national championship team in three years (2002, 2000). In July 2002, Smith implemented the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Hall of Fame and the first induction class was Paul and Wanda Brechler. The Brechler’s were the first full-time Commissioner’s of the RMAC. The following year in March 2003, the RMAC basketball tournament (RMAC Shootout) was moved to Colorado Springs for three years (2003-2005) at the World Arena. In 2006, the tournament was moved to Pueblo, Colo. at the State Fair Events Center and the tournament has been held there ever since. The RMAC’s national dominance in cross country continued as Adams State won six straight women’s titles between 2003-2008. The Grizzly men’s team took home the national title in 2003 before Western State reclaimed the title in 2004 and 2005. The conference’s monthly television show, The RMAC Showcase, debuted on Altitude Sports & Entertainment in September 2004. For three straight years the RMAC won NCAA soccer championships. Metro State returned to the national spotlight, this time in women’s soccer. Head coach Danny Sanchez led the Roadrunners to the 2004 and 2006 NCAA championship titles. Coached by Jeremy Gunn, the Fort Lewis College men’s soccer team went 22-0-1 in 2005 to win their first ever national championship. In the fall of 2006, Fort Hays State University left the RMAC to join the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA). Due to Fort Hays State’s departure, Western New Mexico University, located in Silver City, N.M., joined the RMAC. Adams State won three of the RMAC’s four national championships in 2008 as they swept the cross country titles and won the NCAA Women’s Indoor Track & Field championship in Mankato, Minn. Nebraska-Kearney scored their first ever national championship in wrestling, winning the title by .5 points over Minnesota State, Mankato. Since joining the NCAA, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference is home to 49 NCAA national champions and more than 30 NCAA runners-up.

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RMAC MEMBERSHIP 1909-PRESENT

Montana State ..................................................1917-1959 N.M. Highlands ...... 1968-69, 1974-1988, 1990-Present Nebraska-Kearney .............................1989-90, 1994-2012 Nebraska-Omaha ..............................................1967-1972 Northern Colorado ............................................1924-1972 Pittsburg State ..................................................1967-1972 Regis ................................... 1967-1983, 1996-Present Southern Utah ..................................................1967-1986 UC-Colorado Springs ...............................1997- Present Utah .................................................................1910-1937 Utah State ........................................................1914-1937 Washburn.........................................................1967-1972 Wayne State .....................................................1989-1990 Western New Mexico ............ 1967-1990, 2006- Present Western State ..........................................1924-Present Westminster .....................................................1977-1978 Wyoming ..........................................................1921-1937

Adams State ...........................................1956-Present Black Hills State ......................................2012-Present Brigham Young ................................................1918-1937 Chadron State.........................................1989- Present Colorado ...........................................................1909-1937 Colorado Christian ..................................1996- Present Colorado College ............................ 1909-1910, 1914-1967 Colorado Mesa ........................................1975- Present Colorado Mines ........................................1909-Present Colorado State ..................................................1909-1937 CSU-Pueblo ....... 1967-1972, 1976-1990, 1996- Present Denver University .......................... 1910-1937, 1996-1997 Emporia State ...................................................1967-1972 Fort Hays State .............................. 1967-1972, 1989-2006 Fort Lewis ................................ 1967-90, 1994-Present Idaho State .......................................................1948-1958 Metro State ............................................1996- Present

Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Member Directory

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M Tennis

W Swim & Dive

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X X X X

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X

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School Adams St. Black Hills St. Chadron St. Colorado Christian Colorado Mesa Colorado Mines CSU-Pueblo Fort Lewis Metro St. N.M. Highlands Regis UC-Colorado Springs Western New Mexico Western State

Baseball

RMAC Mailing Address 1867 Austin Bluffs Parkway Suite 101 Colorado Springs, Colo. 80918 719-471-0066

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2012 RMAC Standings East Division

Colorado Mines Regis Metro State Colorado Christian UC-Colorado Springs Black Hills St. Chadron State

GP 19 19 19 19 19 19 19

Record 17-2 16-3 13-6 12-7 12-7 4-15 2-17

Conference Win% PF 0.895 2.8 0.842 2.6 0.684 2.5 0.632 2.2 0.632 2.2 0.211 0.9 0.105 0.8

PA 0.6 1.1 1.4 1.3 1.6 2.6 2.8

GP 33 35 29 33 29 30 29

Record 26-7 26-9 18-11 23-10 18-11 11-19 5-24

Overall Win % PF 0.788 2.6 0.743 2.4 0.621 2.4 0.697 2.3 0.621 2.1 0.367 1.4 0.172 1.1

PA 0.9 1.4 1.6 1.2 1.6 2.3 2.7

Last 10 Streak 8-2 Lost 1 7-3 Lost 1 6-4 Lost 2 5-5 Lost 2 5-5 Lost 3 5-5 Lost 3 1-9 Lost 2

Record 24-6 15-15 17-11 11-16 15-15 4-23 6-23

Overall Win % PF 0.800 2.7 0.500 1.9 0.607 2.2 0.407 1.6 0.500 1.8 0.148 1.1 0.207 0.9

PA 1.1 1.9 1.5 2.0 2.1 2.7 2.7

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

West Division

GP Adams State 19 Western New Mexico 19 Colorado Mesa 19 Fort Lewis 19 CSU-Pueblo 19 Western State 19 New Mexico Highlands 19

Conference Record Win % PF 16-3 0.842 2.8 12-7 0.632 2.2 11-8 0.579 2.2 7-12 0.368 1.5 6-13 0.316 1.4 3-16 0.158 1.3 2-17 0.105 0.5

PA 1.0 1.7 1.6 2.3 2.4 2.7 2.8

GP 30 30 28 27 30 27 29

Streak Lost 2 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 2 Lost 17

2012 RMAC All-Conference Teams First Team School Year Caitie Breaux Regis Fr. Dominique Davis Adams State Sr. Nikki Kinzer UC-Colorado Springs Sr. Angelina Pulu Western New Mexico Jr. Lauren Quijano Metro State So. Jackie Stabell Colorado Mines Sr. Andi Weber Colorado Christian Sr. Note - players are listed in alphabetical order on each Second Team Alysa Heath

Position Height Hometown/Previous School OH 5-11 Franktown, Colo./Ponderosa HS OH 5-11 Denver, Colo./Denver East HS MB 6-2 Colorado Springs, Colo./Colorado OH 5-7 Long Beach, Calif./Millikan HS RS 5-9 Wildomar, Calif./Elsinore HS OH 6-0 Tomball, Texas/Tomball HS MB 6-0 Aurora, Colo./Cherry Creek HS team, not by votes received.

School Metro State Danielle Johnson-Hazlewood Colorado Mines Katie Klein Regis Gabriella Rifilato Adams State Megan Rush Colorado Mesa Taylor Sturms Colorado Christian Melanie Wannamaker Colorado Mines

Year Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

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

Height 5-11 5-9 5-10 5-9 5-7 5-8 6-1

Hometown/Previous School Littleton, Colo./Wichita State Cypress, Texas/Cypress Woods HS Seal Beach, Calif./Rosary HS Bayfield, Colo./North Idaho College Chandler, Ariz./Seton Catholic HS Lone Tree, Colo./Lutheran HS Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood HS

Third Team Holly Hutchison Sage Martinson Letisha Spencer Caitlin Templeton Deprece Washington Ali Weber Jaclyn Williamson

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

Position MB L RS OH MH MB S

Height 5-11 5-10 5-9 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-11

Hometown/Previous School Colorado Springs, Colo./Chey. Mtn HS LaSalle, Colo./Roosevelt HS Rio Rancho, N.M./Rio Rancho HS Rapid City, S.D./Rapid City Central HS Johnstown, Colo./Roosevelt HS Aurora, Colo./Cherry Creek HS Carlsbad, Calif./Cathedral Catholic HS

School Colorado Mines Regis Adams State Black Hills State Adams State Colorado Christian Regis

Player of the Year - Jackie Stabell, Colorado Mines Defensive Player of the Year - Nikki Kinzer, UC-Colorado Springs Setter of the Year - Gabriella Rifilato, Adams State Freshman of the Year - Taylor Sturms, Colorado Christian Coach of the Year - Jamie Skadeland, Colorado Mines

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Conference Team Leaders

Conference Individual Leaders

HITTING PERCENTAGE 1. Colorado Mines 2. Adams State 3. Metro State 4. Colorado Christian 5. Regis University

S 116 117 114 118 131

K 1673 1576 1479 1532 1743

E 592 643 595 631 721

TA 4231 3874 3953 4041 4864

Pct. .255 .241 .224 .223 .210

Opponent Hitting Pct. 1. Colorado Christian 2. Adams State 3. Colorado Mesa 4. UC-Colorado Springs 5. Metro State 11. Regis University

S 118 117 103 105 114 131

K 1250 1279 1166 1351 1300 1613

E 681 697 621 710 652 727

TA 3972 3982 3714 4070 3839 4755

Pct. .143 .146 .147 .157 .169 .186

ASSISTS 1. Colorado Mines 2. Adams State 3. Regis University 4. Colorado Christian 5. Metro State

S 116 117 131 118 114

No. 1574 1486 1635 1428 1378

Avg/S 13.57 12.70 12.48 12.10 12.09

KILLS 1. Colorado Mines 2. Adams State 3. Regis University 4. Colorado Christian 5. Metro State

S 116 117 131 118 114

No. 1673 1576 1743 1532 1479

Avg/S 14.42 13.47 13.31 12.98 12.97

BLOCKS 1. UC-Colorado Springs 2. Black Hills State 3. Colorado St.-Pueblo 4. Colorado Mesa 5. Metro State 12. Regis University

S 105 111 117 103 114 131

BS 39 88 76 53 45 57

BA 504 398 360 306 356 363

SERVICE ACES 1. Colorado Christian 2. Adams State 3. Fort Lewis 4. Regis University 5. Colorado Mines

S 118 117 98 131 116

No. 201 161 129 170 149

Avg/S 1.70 1.38 1.32 1.30 1.28

DIGS 1. Colorado Mesa 2. Colorado Mines 3. Chadron State 4. UC-Colorado Springs 5. Western New Mexico 6. Regis University

S 103 116 108 105 113 131

No. 1693 1900 1764 1691 1806 2084

Avg/S 16.44 16.38 16.33 16.10 15.98 15.91

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Total 291.0 287.0 256.0 206.0 223.0 238.5

Avg/S 2.77 2.59 2.19 2.00 1.96 1.82

(Players listed below have played in at least 50.00 percent of their team’s games.) HITTING PERCENTAGE 1. Haley Lake-Neb.-Kearney 1. Melanie Wannamaker-Mines 2. Megan Tapia-Adams State 3. Angela McAdams-CSU-Pueblo 4. Lauren Quijano-Metro State 5. Letisha Spencer-Adams State

S 107 114 113 106 114 114

K 288 376 247 309 341 281

E 62 106 64 90 113 99

KILLS 1. Pulu,Angelina-Western N.M. 2. Taylor Sturms-Colo. Christian 3. Jackie Stabell-Colorado Mines 4. Dairan Mullen-N.M. Highlands 5. Alysa Heath-Metro State Katie Klein-Regis University 7. Dominique Davis-Adams State 8. Melanie Wannamaker-Mines 9. Caitie Breaux-Regis

S 109 113 116 95 108 130 114 114 126

No. 455 443 434 350 378 455 380 376 409

Avg/S 4.17 3.92 3.74 3.68 3.50 3.50 3.33 3.30 3.25

ASSISTS S 1. D. Johnson-Hazlewood-Mines 99 2. Gabriella Rifilato-Adams State 114 3. Jordan Carswell-Colo. Christian112 4. Vanessa Gemignani-Metro State111 5. Jaclyn Williamson-Regis 123

No. 1150 1280 1188 1156 1255

Avg/S 11.62 11.23 10.61 10.41 10.20

SERVICE ACES S 1. Gabriella Rifilato-Adams State 114 2. Jordan Carswell-Colo. Christian112 3. Kristin Stephan-Fort Lewis 90 4. Sage Martinson-Regis 131 5. Jenna Kinzer-Fort Lewis 98 Kim Catlett-UC-Colo. Springs 105

No. 50 37 27 39 28 30

Avg/S 0.44 0.33 0.30 0.30 0.29 0.29

BLOCKS 1. Nikki Kinzer-UC-Colo. Springs 2. Lamb,Kylee-Black Hills State 3. Mallory Irvine-Chadron State 4. Brianna Bryant-CSU-Pueblo

BS 12 35 15 25

BA 164 113 110 98

No. 515 484 446 409 397 528

Avg/S 5.00 4.75 4.33 4.17 4.05 4.03

S 105 111 108 115

DIGS S 1. Megan Rush-Colorado Mesa 103 2. Kristina Harter-Chadron State 102 3. Sami Fuentes-Western State 103 4. Jenna Kinzer-Fort Lewis 98 5. Katie Maguire-UC-Colo. Springs 98 6. Sage Martinson-Regis 131

TA 603 761 568 684 751 628

Total 176.0 148.0 125.0 123.0

Pct. .375 .355 .322 .320 .304 .290

Avg/S 1.68 1.33 1.16 1.07


Season 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

Regular Season Champion Colorado Mines Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney, Fort Lewis Western N.M., Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Metropolitan State Metropolitan State Metropolitan State Western State Nebraska-Kearney Regis Regis Southern Colorado Nebraska-Kearney Mesa State, Fort Lewis Adams State Adams State Mesa State Mesa State Fort Lewis Fort Lewis Mesa State Mesa State Mesa State Mesa State Southern Utah Southern Utah Southern Utah Southern Utah Southern Utah Southern Utah

School Nebraska-Kearney Colorado Mesa Southern Utah Fort Lewis Metro State Regis Adams State Western New Mexico Western State CSU-Pueblo Colorado Mines

Tournament Champion Regis Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Metro State Regis Nebraska-Kearney Metro State Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Metro State Metro State Metro State Western State Nebraska-Kearney Regis Regis Southern Colorado Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney

Regular Season Championships 10 7 6 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1

RMAC Volleyball All-Americans Name Keri Abbot Melinda Almazan Laurie Anderson Erin Arnold Kelli Brummer Kelli Bunger Jessica Copp Gabrielle Curtis Jeanine Dwyer Shane Edmodson Lisa Engman Renee Faubion Shawna Gilbert Jule Green Nikki Green Erin Gudmundson Kelly Hanlon Samantha Harvey Devon Herron Kathy Holthus

School Adams State Regis Metro State Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Fort Lewis Metro State Regis Mesa State Fort Lewis Regis Metro State Metro State Mesa State Nebraska-Kearney Metro State Nebraska-Kearney Metro State Mesa State

Year 1991 1997 1997 2003 1999 2006 1997 2005 1997 1988 1996 2000 2003 2006 2004 2003 1998 2005 2002 1986

Host Colorado Mines Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Western N.M. Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Metro State Metro State Metro State Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Regis Regis Nebraska-Kearney N.M. Highlands Fort Hays State

Tournament Championships 8 0 0 0 5 4 0 0 1 1 0

Jessica Howe Kristy Jacovetta Phyllis Jennings Nikki Kinzer Julie Koss Heather Legge Tara Miller Michelle Morris Shannon Nelson Lauren Quijano Jessy Roy Nicole Schwab Nikki Scott Danielle Shum Bethany Spilde Jackie Stabell Taylor Sturms Cola Svec Andrea Tuck Stacey Vogel Jeri Walkowiak Melanie Wannamaker Angie Wintz Kelly Young

Regis Western State Mesa State UC-Colorado Springs Fort Lewis Mesa State Western State Western State Regis Metro State Metro State Fort Lewis Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Colorado Mines Colorado Christian Nebraska-Kearney Adams State Mesa State Nebraska-Kearney Colorado Mines CSU-Pueblo Metro State

2008 2000 1986 2012 1990 1990 1999 2001 1997 2012 2003 2006 2008 1995 2004 2012 2012 2008 2007 2006 2008 2012 1998 1998

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Kills

Three-Set Match: (70 min.) 1. 87, Fort Lewis vs. UC-Colorado Springs 10/21/94 Four-Set Match: (85 min.) 1. 103, Nebraska-Kearney vs. Western State 11/11/00 Five-Set Match: (90 min.) 1. 96, Metro State vs. Northern Colorado 2000 Season: 1. 2,842, Fort Hays State 1991 Kills Per Set Season: (15.00 min.) 1. 17.34, Metro State 2003 5. 16.47 Regis 2000

Hitting Percentage

Single Match 100 + At empts: 1. .515 Fort Hays State vs. Colorado Christian 09/27/03 (59-6-103) 80-99 Attempts: 1. .506, Nebraska-Kearney at Lynn 08/30/02 (47-5-83) 50-70 Attempts: 1. .500, N.M. Highlands vs. Okla. Panhandle St. 08/24/07 (43-8-70) 2. .493, Regis vs. Illinois-Springfi eld 09/03/11 (39-5-69) Season: (.275 min.) 1. .371, Mesa State 1983

Assists

Three-Set Match: (60 min.) 1. 83, Fort Lewis vs. UC-Colorado Springs 10/21/94 Four-Set Match: (75 min.) 1. 94, Nebraska-Kearney vs. Western State 11/11/00 Five-Set Match: (80 min.) 1. 91, Metro State vs. Northern Colorado 2000 Season: (1750 min.) 1. 2480, Fort Hays State 1991 Assists Per Set Season: (13.00 min.) 1. 16.21, Metro State 2000

Digs

Three-Set Match: (90 min.) 1. 114, Western State vs. Chadron State 09/18/97 Four-Set Match: (105 min.) 1. 123, UC-Colorado Springs vs. Southeastern Okla. 08/27/05 Five-Set Match: (125 min.) 1. 154, Fort Lewis vs. UC-Colorado Springs 10/30/93 Season: (3000 min.) 1. 5489, Fort Hays State 1991 Digs Per Set Season: (20.00 min.) 1. 24.57, Fort Lewis 1990

Blocks

Three-Set Match: 1. 21, Colorado Mines vs. N.M. Highlands 10/17/03 Four-Set Match: 1. 25, Fort Lewis vs. Grand Canyon 09/12/92 Five-Set Match: 1. 29.5 Fort Lewis vs. N.M. Highlands 10/2/94 Season: 1. 661, Mesa State 1990 Blocks Per Set Season: 1. 8.6, Mesa State 1986

Matches Won

1. 40, Nebraska-Kearney 2004 10. 32, Regis 1982 11. 32, Regis 1997 12. 31, Regis 1998

Best Record

1. .976 (40-1), Nebraska-Kearney 2004 6. .889 (32-4) Regis 1997 7. .886 (31-4) Regis 1998

Consecutive Matches Won

1. 40, Nebraska-Kearney 2004

Consecutive Home Matches Won

1. 66, Nebraska-Kearney 11/09/02—12/02/05 3. 25, Regis 09/05/97—09/19/98

Consecutive Conference Matches Won

1. 39, Nebraska-Kearney 11/8/03—11/5/05

Largest Home Attendance

Match: 5,025 Nebraska-Kearney vs. Grand Valley State 12/03/05 Season: 1,852 avg. Nebraska-Kearney 2005

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Kills

Three-Set Match: (21 min.) 1. 28, Amy Miller, Mesa State vs. Nebraska-Kearney 1994 Four-Set Match: (27 min.) 1. 35, Michelle Morris, Western State 11/11/00 Five-Set Match: (28 min.) 1. 34, Tiffany Stockebrand, Adams State vs. Western N.M. 10/28/06 1. 34, Nikki Green, Mesa State vs. Rockhurst 09/04/04 5. 30, Meghan Meehan, Regis vs. UC-Colorado Springs 10/30/07 5. 30, Caitie Breaux, Rebis vs. UC-Colorado Springs 10/26/12 Season: (500 min.) 1. 710, Amy Miller, Mesa State 1994 6. 580, Dana Westover, Regis 1997 10. 567, Shannon Nelson, Regis 1997 Kills Per Set Season: (4.00 min.) 1. 5.17, Nikki Green, Mesa State 2004 7. 4.72, Shannon Nelson, Regis 1997

Hitting Percentage

Single Match 10-14 Attempts: 1. .917, Jessica Fletcher, Colorado Mines vs. Fort Hays State 10/26/96 15-19 Attempts: 1. .933, Jeri Walkowiak, Nebraska-Kearney vs. MSU, Mankato 09/01/07 5. .789, Liz Franz, Regis vs. Chadron State 10/21/06 20 or more Attempts: 1. .762, Anna Mapes, Metro State vs. West Florida 11/11/10 Season: (.340 min.) 1. .417, Erin Gudmundson, Nebraska-Kearney 2004 10. .385, Jeanine Dwyer, Regis 1997

Assists

Three-Set Match: (min. 62) 1. 75, Twaila Yamashita, Fort Lewis vs. UC-Colorado Springs 10/21/94 Four-Set Match: (65 min.) 1. 104, Andrea Rutledge, Colorado Mines vs. S. CA Col. 08/30/96 Five-Set Match: (70 min.) 1. 104, Jamie Jones, Colorado Mines vs. CSU-Dominguez Hills 08/29/97 3. 78, Amy Willhoit, Regis 11/09/02 Season: (1450 min.) 1. 2162, Celeste Perkins, Fort Hays State 1991 Assists Per Set Season: (12.20 min.) 1. 14.33, Devon Herron, Metro State 2000 4. 13.71, Felicia Ciarelli, Regis 2006

Digs

Three-Set Match: (20 min.) 1. 45, Laura Freeman, Mesa State vs. Colorado Christian 1993 Four-Set Match: (27 min.) 1. 44, Laura Freeman, Mesa State vs. Adams State 1993 Five-Set Match: (30 min.) 1. 45, Ashley Loftsgard, Mesa State at Nebraska-Kearney 09/08/06 Season: (600 min.) 1. 1111, Angel Sharman, Fort Hays State 1991 Digs Per Set Season: (5.00 min.) 1. 7.44, Niki Mock, Fort Hays State 1992

Blocks

Three-Set Match: 1. 16, Gina Volpato, Fort Lewis vs. Adams State 10/20/90 Four-Set Match: 1. 16, Nikki Kinzer, UC-Colorado Springs vs. Colorado Mesa 10/19/12 Five-Set Match: 1. 16, Kathleen Braiden, Fort Lewis vs. Southern Colorado 09/08/91 Season: 1. 320, Phyllis Jennings, Mesa State 1987 Blocks Per Set Season: 1. 2.7, Phyllis Jennings, Mesa State 1986

Service Aces

Three-Set Match: (7 min.) 1. 9, Gabrielle Lovato, Mesa State vs. Adams State 10/24/08 1. 9, Kelli Koch, Nebraska-Kearney vs. Missouri Western 09/02/94 Four-Set Match: (8 min.) 1. 13, Meagan Sater, CSU-Pueblo vs. Angelo State 08/30/03 Five-Set Match: (10 min.) 1. 10, Gabrielle Lovato, Mesa State vs. Metro State 11/03/08 1. 10, Shelly Harshberger, Fort Lewis vs. N.M. Highlands 11/04/97 Season: (70 min.) 1. 113, Coppy Ouderkirk, Fort Hays State 1993 2. 85, Shelley Caceres, Regis 1982 Service Aces Per Set Season: 1. .68, Jaime Henderson, Colorado Mines 1995 3. .62, Nikki Peniata, Regis 2004


History/Records


REGIS VOLLEYBALL 1,000 KILL CLUB 1. DENENE JACOVETTA - 1,688 KILLS

6. RENEE FAUBION - 1,372 KILLS

5-3, OH, 1983-86, Brighton, Colo. (Brighton HS)

6-1, MH, 1998-2001, Arvada, Colo. (Arvada HS)

Season 1983 1984 1985 1986 Totals

Sets 66 182 98 137 483

Kills 102 704 416 466 1688

K/Set 1.55 3.87 4.24 3.40 3.49

E 71 275 146 170 662

TA 379 1879 1079 1152 4489

Pct. .082 .228 .250 .257 .229

Season 1998 1999 2000 2001 Totals

Sets 103 119 95 119 436

Kills 186 381 358 447 1372

K/Set 1.81 3.20 3.77 3.76 3.15

E 57 143 132 166 498

TA 421 926 835 963 3145

2. SHANNON NELSON - 1,560 KILLS

7. JESSICA HOWE - 1,298 KILLS

5-9, OH, 1995-98, Vista, Calif. (Vista HS)

6-0, OH, 2007-10, Pueblo, Colo. (Centennial HS)

Season 1995 1996 1997 1998 Totals

Sets 56 115 120 115 406

Kills 121 387 567 485 1560

K/Set 2.16 3.37 4.72 4.22 3.84

E 56 163 223 213 655

TA 321 1078 1426 1209 4034

Pct. .202 .208 .241 .225 .224

Season 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Sets 101 116 105 109 431

Kills 211 418 376 293 1298

K/Set 2.09 3.60 3.58 2.69 3.01

E 75 135 147 95 452

TA 488 989 957 701 3135

3. FELICIA GARCIA - 1,484 KILLS

8. JULIANNA BAYLEY - 1,294 KILLS

5-9, OH, 1992-95, Commerce City, Colo. (Adams City HS)

5-10, OH, 2000-03, Irvine, Calif. (Irvine HS)

Season 1992 1993 1994 1995 Totals

Sets 86 119 138 85 428

Kills 232 421 507 324 1484

K/Set 2.70 3.54 3.67 3.81 3.47

E 132 197 254 124 707

TA 646 1098 1385 781 3910

Pct. .155 .204 .183 .256 .199

Season 2000 2001 2002 2003 Totals

Sets 98 119 101 96 414

Kills 308 505 280 201 1294

K/Set 3.14 4.24 2.77 2.09 3.13

E 137 202 160 90 589

TA 809 1300 860 575 3544

Pct. .306 .257 .271 .292 .278

Pct. .279 .286 .239 .282 .270

Pct. .211 .233 .140 .193 .199

4. ANNE VANMATRE - 1,418 KILLS

9. HOLLY YAMADA - 1,281 KILLS

5-10, OH, 1981-84, Colorado Springs, Colo. (St. Mary’s HS)

5-8, OH, 2001-04, Honolulu, Hawaii (Farrington HS)

Season 1981 1982 1983 1984 Totals

Sets N/A N/A 189 182 N/A

Kills 156 150 622 490 1418

K/Set N/A N/A 3.29 2.69 N/A

E 51 82 293 155 581

TA 379 431 1571 1209 3590

Pct. .277 .158 .209 .277 .233

5. CANDEE BROADHURST - 1,393 KILLS 5-8, OH, 1985-88, Evergreen Park, Ill. (Mother McAuley HS)

Season 1985 1986 1987 1988 Totals

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Sets 98 135 110 149 492

Kills 331 317 344 401 1393

K/Set 3.38 2.35 3.13 2.69 2.83

E 151 139 143 145 578

TA 978 918 861 1041 3798

Pct. .184 .194 .233 .246 .215

Season 2001 2002 2003 2004 Totals

Sets 76 110 106 95 387

Kills 66 418 411 386 1281

K/Set 0.87 3.80 3.88 4.06 3.31

E 37 219 186 164 606

TA 198 1118 1211 1110 3637

Pct. .146 .178 .186 .200 .186

10. AMIE SCHRAEDER - 1,243 KILLS 6-0, OH, 1998-2000, Denver, Colo. (Houston/Machebeuf HS)

Season 1998 1999 2000 Totals

Sets 102 121 104 328

Kills 338 448 457 1243

K/Set 3.28 3.70 4.39 3.79

E 165 227 189 581

TA 973 1259 1213 3445

Pct. .178 .176 .221 .192


16. JEANINE DWYER - 1,102 KILLS

11. DANA WESTOVER - 1,222 KILLS

6-0, MH, 1979-82, Northglenn, Colo. (Northglenn HS)

Season 1979 1980 1981 1982 Totals

Sets N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Kills 138 184 320 580 1222

K/Set N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

E 66 53 98 169 386

TA 324 388 727 1229 2668

Pct. .222 .338 .305 .334 .313

6-0, MH, 1996-98, Tucson, Ariz. (Portland Univ./Salpointe HS)

Season 1996 1997 1998 Totals

Sets 109 120 116 345

Kills 254 441 407 1102

K/Set 2.33 3.67 3.51 3.19

E 74 77 111 262

TA 631 946 882 2459

Pct. .285 .385 .336 .342

17. AMY HILL- 1,081 KILLS

12. LINDA DiPENTINO - 1,212 KILLS

5-10, MH, 1992-95, Brighton, Colo. (Brighton HS)

5-11, MH, 1985-87, Lakewood, Colo. (Northern Colo./Wheat Ridge HS)

Season 1985 1986 1987 Totals

Sets 98 141 97 336

Kills 328 445 439 1212

K/Set 3.35 3.16 4.53 3.61

E 105 108 110 323

TA 735 935 829 2499

Pct. .303 .360 .397 .356

Season 1992 1993 1994 1995 Totals

13. SARAH SHARPE - 1,171 KILLS Sets 79 85 111 118 393

Kills 97 283 370 421 1171

K/Set 1.23 3.33 3.33 3.57 2.98

E 48 98 171 140 457

TA 366 764 1085 1317 3532

Pct. .134 .242 .183 .213 .202

6-0, MH, 1987-1990, Denver, Colo. (Manual HS)

Sets 52 123 152 150 477

Kills 60 241 351 502 1154

K/Set 1.15 1.96 2.31 3.35 2.42

E 18 67 151 192 428

TA 127 503 771 1139 2540

Pct. .331 .346 .259 .272 .286

5-11, OH,1996-99, Phoenix, Ariz. (Xavier HS)

Sets 102 118 121 118 459

Kills 148 274 295 431 1148

K/Set 1.45 2.32 2.44 3.65 2.50

E 90 107 127 171 495

TA 450 729 804 1045 3028

E 107 56 152 97 412

TA 636 388 908 540 2472

Pct. .263 .327 .268 .244 .271

Season 1989 1990 1991 1992 Totals

Sets 90 155 137 107 489

Kills 100 308 354 307 1069

K/Set 1.11 1.99 2.58 2.87 2.19

E 24 64 50 46 184

TA 253 752 788 687 2480

Pct. .300 .324 .386 .380 .357

19. JULIE JASAZAI - 1,059 KILLS 5-10, OH, 1986-89, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Cheyenne Mountain HS)

15. NIKKI VAN REUSEN - 1,148 KILLS Season 1996 1997 1998 1999 Totals

K/Set 2.42 1.62 2.69 2.86 2.39

5-11, MH, 1989-1992, Lakewood, Colo. (Green Mountain HS)

14. COLETTE FREEMAN - 1,154 KILLS Season 1987 1988 1989 1990 Totals

Kills 274 183 395 229 1081

18. LINDA KASEL - 1,069 KILLS

5-9, OH, 1994-97, San Diego, Calif. (Helix HS)

Season 1994 1995 1996 1997 Totals

Sets 113 113 147 80 453

Pct. .129 .229 .209 .249 .216

Season 1986 1987 1988 1989 Totals

Sets 15 106 147 157 425

Kills 16 149 353 541 1059

K/Set 1.07 1.41 2.40 3.45 2.49

E 10 99 150 194 453

TA 54 505 965 1386 2910

Pct. .111 .099 .210 .250 .208

20. LANNIE STEVENSON - 1,036 KILLS 5-9, OH, 1989-1991, Evergreen, Colo. (Evergreen HS) Season 1989 1990 1991 Totals

Sets 155 103 137 395

Kills 468 192 376 1036

K/Set 3.02 1.86 2.74 2.62

E 197 107 148 452

TA 1197 554 957 2708

Pct. .226 .153 .238 .216

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

1688 1560 1484 1418 1393 1372 1298 1294 1281 1243

-Denene Jacovetta (.229) - 1983-86 - Shannon Nelson (.224) - 1995-98 - Felicia Garcia (.199) - 1992-95 - Anne VanMatre (.233) - 1981-84 - Candee Broadhurst (.215) - 1985-88 - Renee Faubion (.278) - 1998-01 - Jessica Howe (.269) - 2007-10 - Julianna Bayley (.199) - 2000-03 - Holly Yamada (.186) - 2001-04 - Amie Schraeder (.192) - 1998-00

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

704 622 613 580 567 541 507 505 502 495

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Denene Jacovetta (.228) - 1984 Anne VanMatre (.209) - 1983 Kerri Connelly (.314) - 1983 Dana Westover (.334) - 1982 Shannon Nelson (.241) - 1997 Julie Jaszai (.250) - 1989 Felicia Garcia (.183) - 1994 Julianna Bayley (.233) - 2001 Colette Freeman (.272) - 1990 Anna Suarez (.259) - 1991

Match Kills Leaders (Since 2003) 1. 3. 4. 7. 9.

30, Meghan Meehan; UC-Colo. Springs; 10-30-07 30, Caitie Breaux; at UC-Colorado Springs; Oct 26, 2012 27, Holly Yamada; Chadron State; 10/30/04 26, Jessica Howe; at Western State; Oct 15, 2009 26, Liz Franz; UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 26, Rachel Ross; at Colorado Mines; Sep 16, 2006 25, Chelsea Pavlik; Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 25, Christy Henzgen; Colo. Mines; Oct 22, 2010 24, Christy Henzgen; UC-Colo. Springs; Oct 23, 2010 24, Christina Henzgen; Metro State; Sep 21, 2010 24, Jessica Howe; vs Adams State; Nov 15, 2008 24, Liz Franz; vs Bentley; Aug 30, 2008

Match Kills Leaders (3 sets) 1. 3. 5.

21, 21, 20, 20, 19, 19, 19, 19,

Holly Yamada; at Chadron State; 9/11/04 Meghan Meehan; CSM; 09-08-07 Chelsea Pavlik; vs CSU-Pueblo; Oct 06, 2006 Chelsea Pavlik; at Colo. Christian; Oct 13, 2006 Chelsea Pavlik; vs St. Edwards; Aug 26, 2006 Holly Yamada; Colorado Mines; 10/26/04 Holly Yamada; Chadron State; 11/8/03 Jessica Howe; at Mesa State; Oct 04, 2008

Match Kills Leaders (4 sets) 1. 2. 4. 5.

27, 26, 26, 24, 23, 23,

Holly Yamada; Chadron State; 10/30/04 Jessica Howe; at Western State; Oct 15, 2009 Rachel Ross; at Colorado Mines; Sep 16, 2006 Jessica Howe; vs Adams State; Nov 15, 2008 Jessica Howe; at Highlands; Oct 18, 2008 Chelsea Pavlik; vs N.M. Highlands; Sep 08, 2006

Match Kills Leaders (5 sets) 1. 3. 4.

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30, 30, 26, 25, 25,

Caitie Breaux; at UC-Colorado Springs; Oct 26, 2012 Meghan Meehan; UC-Colo. Springs; 10-30-07 Liz Franz; UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 Chelsea Pavlik; Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 Christy Henzgen; Colo. Mines; Oct 22, 2010

Senior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kerri Connelly Dana Westover Julie Jaszai Colette Freeman Anna Suarez

Junior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Anne VanMatre Shannon Nelson Felicia Garcia Anna Suarez Amie Schraeder

Sophomore 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Denene Jacovetta Julianna Bayley Lannie Stevenson Felicia Garcia Holly Yamada Jessica Howe

Freshman

1. Katie Klein 2. Chelsea Pavlik 3. Christy Henzgen 4. Caitie Breaux 5. Candee Broadhurst

613 580 541 502 495

1983 1982 1989 1990 1991

622 567 507 454 448

1983 1997 1994 1990 1999

704 505 468 421 418 418

1984 2001 1989 1993 2002 2008

455 449 432 409 331

2012 2006 2010 2012 1985

Year-by-Year Kill Leaders 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

Katie Klein .......................................... 455 Kyndell Highland ................................ 291 Christy Henzgen ................................. 432 Jessica Howe ...................................... 376 Jessica Howe ...................................... 418 Meghan Meehan ................................. 369 Chelsea Pavlik .................................... 449 Tricia Leger ......................................... 249 Holly Yamada...................................... 386 Holly Yamada...................................... 411 Holly Yamada...................................... 418 Julianna Bayley .................................. 505 Amie Schraeder .................................. 457 Amie Schraeder .................................. 448 Shannon Nelson ................................. 485 Shannon Nelson ................................. 567 Shannon Nelson ................................. 387 Felicia Garcia ...................................... 324 Felicia Garcia ...................................... 507 Felicia Garcia ...................................... 421 Linda Kasel ......................................... 307 Anna Suarez ....................................... 495 Colette Freeman.................................. 502 Julie Jaszai......................................... 541 Candee Broadhurst ............................. 401 Linda DiPentino .................................. 439 Denene Jacovetta................................ 466 Denene Jacovetta................................ 416 Denene Jacovetta................................ 704 Anne VanMatre ................................... 622 Dana Westover.................................... 580 Dana Westover.................................... 320 Lorraine Wallace ................................. 219 Lorraine Wallace ................................. 193


Career Kills/Set Leaders (Min. 185 sets) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3.84 3.79 3.61 3.49 3.47 3.32 3.31 3.19 3.15 3.13

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Shannon Nelson (406 sets) - 1995-98 Amie Schraeder (328 sets) - 1998-00 Linda DiPentino (336 sets) - 1985-87 Denene Jacovetta (483 sets) - 1983-86 Felicia Garcia (428 sets) - 1992-95 Anna Suarez (286 sets) - 1990-91 Holly Yamada (387 sets) - 2001-04 Jeanine Dwyer (345 sets) - 1996-98 Renee Faubion (436 sets) - 1998-01 Julianna Bayley (414 sets) - 2000-03

Season Kills/Set Leaders (Min. 70 sets) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4.72 4.53 4.40 4.39 4.24 4.24 4.22 4.06 3.96 3.88

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Shannon Nelson (120 sets) - 1997 Linda DiPentino (97 sets) - 1987 Chelsea Pavlik (102 sets) - 2006 Amie Schraeder (104 sets) - 2000 Denene Jacovetta (98 sets) - 1985 Julianna Bayley (119 sets) - 2001 Shannon Nelson (115 sets) - 1998 Holly Yamada (95 sets) - 2004 Christy Henzgen (109 sets) - 2010 Holly Yamada (106 sets) - 2003

Senior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Linda DiPentino Amie Schraeder Shannon Nelson Holly Yamada Felicia Garcia

Junior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Shannon Nelson Denene Jacovetta Holly Yamada Renee Faubion Amie Schraeder

Sophomore 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Julianna Bayley Denene Jacovetta Holly Yamada Meghan Meehan Jessica Howe

Freshman

1. Chelsea Pavlik 2. Christy Henzgen 3. Katie Klein 4. Candee Broadhurst 5. Caitie Breaux

4.53 4.39 4.22 4.06 3.81

1987 2000 1998 2004 1995

4.72 4.24 3.88 3.77 3.70

1997 1985 2003 2000 1999

4.24 3.87 3.80 3.65 3.60

2001 1984 2002 2007 2008

4.40 4.96 3.50 3.38 3.25

2006 2010 2012 1985 2012

Year-by-Year Kill/Set Leaders 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

Katie Klein .............................................. 3.50 Kyndell Highland .................................... 3.06 Christy Henzgen ..................................... 3.96 Jessica Howe .......................................... 3.58 Jessica Howe .......................................... 3.60 Meghan Meehan ..................................... 3.65 Chelsea Pavlik ........................................ 4.40 Tricia Leger............................................. 3.00 Holly Yamada ......................................... 4.06 Holly Yamada ......................................... 3.88 Holly Yamada ......................................... 3.80 Julianna Bayley ...................................... 4.24 Amie Schraeder ...................................... 4.39 Amie Schraeder ...................................... 3.70 Shannon Nelson ..................................... 4.22 Shannon Nelson ..................................... 4.72 Shannon Nelson ..................................... 3.37 Felicia Garcia ......................................... 3.81 Felicia Garcia ......................................... 3.67 Felicia Garcia ......................................... 3.54 Linda Kasel ............................................ 2.87 Anna Suarez ........................................... 3.61 Colette Freeman ..................................... 3.35 Julie Jaszai ............................................ 3.45 Kelly Carruthers ..................................... 2.80 Linda DiPentino ...................................... 4.53 Denene Jacovetta ................................... 3.40 Denene Jacovetta ................................... 4.24 Denene Jacovetta ................................... 3.87 Kerri Connelly ........................................ 3.39

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Career Attack Pct. Leaders (Min. 1500 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.357 .356 .342 .313 .305 .286 .278 .271 .269 .266

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Linda Kasel (1069-184-2480) - 1989-92 Linda DiPentino (1212-323-2499) - 1985-87 Jeanine Dwyer (1102-262-2459) - 1996-98 Dana Westover (1222-386-2668) - 1979-82 Niki London (871-291-1901) - 1993-95 Colette Freeman (1154-428-2540) - 1987-90 Renee Faubion (1372-498-3145) - 1998-01 Amy Hill (1081-412-2472) - 1992-95 Jessica Howe (1298-453-3139) - 2007-10 Mary McCullough (976-342-2379) - 1983-86

Season Attack Pct. Leaders (Min. 700 att.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.472 .397 .386 .385 .360 .339 .336 .334 .330 .324

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Corrine Donnely (453-101-745) - 1989 Linda DiPentino (439-110-829) - 1987 Linda Kasel (354-50-788) - 1991 Jeanine Dwyer (441-77-946) - 1997 Linda DiPentino (445-108-935) - 1986 Mary McCullough (411-104-906) - 1984 Jeanine Dwyer (407-111-882) - 1998 Dana Westover (580-169-1229) - 1982 Niki London (373-106-810) - 1993 Linda Kasel (308-64-752) - 1990

Match Attack Pct. Leaders (Since 2003) 1. 2. 5. 6. 7. 9.

.700, Lyz Kann; Wayne State; Sep 10, 2010 (15-1-20) .600, Katie Klein; Western N.M.; Nov 13, 2012 (13-1-20) .600, Gina Morgan; Western N.M.; Oct 13, 2011 (13-1-20) .600, Liz Franz; at C.W. Post; Aug 28, 2008 (14-2-20) .576, Liz Franz; vs Lockhaven; Sep 01, 2007 (20-1-33) .568, Liz Franz; UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 (26-5-37) .565, Kyndell Highland; CSU-Pueblo; Oct 15, 2011 (16-3-23) .565, Rachel Ross; Chadron St.; Oct 21, 2006 (14-1-23) .550, Gina Morgan; at Colo. Mines; Nov 17, 2012 (11-0-20) .550, Katie Klein; Fort Lewis; Oct 20, 2012 (13-2-20) .550, Makayla Higgins; vs Ill.-Springfield; Sep 3, 2011 (12-1-20)

Senior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Corrine Donnely Linda DiPentino Jeanine Dwyer Dana Westover Kerri Connelly

Junior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Linda Kasel Jeanine Dwyer Linda DiPentino Liz Franz Dana Westover

Sophomore 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Mary McCullough Niki London Linda Kasel Linda DiPentino Jessica Howe

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.472 .397 .336 .334 .314

1989 1987 1998 1982 1983

.386 .385 .360 .311 .305

1991 1997 1986 2007 1981

.339 .330 .324 .303 .286

1984 1993 1990 1985 2008

Freshman 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Katie Klein Caitie Breaux Julianna Bayley Christy Henzgen Candee Broadhurst

.263 .230 .211 .203 .184

2012 2012 2000 2010 1985

Year-by-Year Attack Percentage Leaders 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

Gina Morgan .......................................... .278 Gina Morgan .......................................... .325 Caitlin McDonnell .................................. .301 Lyz Kann ............................................... .285 Devin Eckhardt ...................................... .290 Liz Franz................................................ .311 Liz Franz................................................ .230 LaVanda Mireles .................................... .236 LaVanda Mireles .................................... .288 Sarah Jackson ....................................... .227 Amy Willhoit .......................................... .248 Renee Faubion ....................................... .292 Renee Faubion ....................................... .271 Amy Willhoit .......................................... .284 Jeanine Dwyer ....................................... .336 Melinda Almazan ................................... .336 Jeanine Dwyer ....................................... .385 Katja Pauli ............................................. .292 Katja Pauli ............................................. .364 Katja Pauli ............................................. .336 Niki London ........................................... .330 Linda Kasel ............................................ .380 Linda Kasel ............................................ .386 Irene Arguelles ....................................... .355 Corrine Donnely..................................... .472 Corrine Donnely..................................... .364 Linda DiPentino ..................................... .397 Linda DiPentino ..................................... .360 Linda DiPentino ..................................... .303 Mary McCullough .................................. .339 Kerri Connelly ........................................ .314 Dana Westover....................................... .334 Dana Westover....................................... .305 Lorraine Wallace .................................... .352 Lorraine Wallace .................................... .340


Career Assist Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

6951 - Irene Arguelles (604 sets) - 1988-91 5297 - Melinda Almazan (427 sets) - 1995-98 4665 - Devin Eckhardt (433 sets) - 2007-10 4514 - Renee St. Marie (515 sets) - 1991-94 4062 - Shelley Caceres (597 sets) - 1981-84 2857 - Barb Moscoso (541 sets) - 1983-86 2600 - Tara Gonzales (241 sets) - 1998,00-01 2355 - Amy Willhoit (252 sets) - 1999,01-02 1261 - Felicia Ciarelli (99 sets) - 2006 1255 - Jaclyn Williamson (123 sets) - 2012

Season Assist Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1943 1856 1806 1747 1653 1618 1569 1499 1471 1386

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Irene Arguelles (157 sets) - 1989 Irene Arguelles (160 sets) - 1990 Shelley Caceres (182 sets) - 1984 Renee St. Marie (150 sets) - 1994 Irene Arguelles (142 sets) - 1991 Renee St. Marie (137 sets) - 1993 Barb Moscoso (138 sets) - 1986 Irene Arguelles (145 sets) - 1988 Melinda Almazan (116 sets) - 1998 Melinda Almazan (108 sets) - 1997

Match Assist Leaders (Since 2003) 1. 2. 3. 4.

73, Devin Eckhardt; UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 67, Devin Eckhardt; at Chadron State; Oct 27, 2007 66, Felicia Ciarelli; Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 65, Felicia Ciarelli; at Colorado Mines; Sep 16, 2006 65, Nia Ingram; vs Drury; 8/27/05 6. 64, Jaclyn Williamson; at UC-Colo. Springs; Oct 26, 2012 7. 63, Felicia Ciarelli; Central Missouri St.; Sep 01, 2006 63, Devin Eckhardt; Adams State; 09-29-07 63, Nikki Peniata; Chadron State; 10/30/04 10. 61, Devin Eckhardt; vs Lockhaven; Sep 01, 2007 61, Felicia Ciarelli; Colorado Mines; Oct 27, 2006

Match Assist Leaders (3 sets) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

54, 52, 51, 48, 47,

Felicia Ciarelli; vs CSU-Pueblo; Oct 06, 2006 Devin Eckhardt; at CSM; Nov 02, 2007 Felicia Ciarelli; Chadron St.; Oct 21, 2006 Nikki Peniata; at Chadron State; 9/11/04 Devin Eckhardt; CSM; 09-08-07

Match Assist Leaders (4 sets) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

65, 63, 61, 57, 56, 56,

Felicia Ciarelli; at Colorado Mines; Sep 16, 2006 Nikki Peniata; Chadron State; 10/30/04 Felicia Ciarelli; Colorado Mines; Oct 27, 2006 Felicia Ciarelli; vs Western St.; Sep 09, 2006 Amy Steele; at Colorado Christian; 9/13/03 Felicia Ciarelli; Metro State; Sep 22, 2006

Match Assist Leaders (5 sets) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

73, 67, 66, 65,

Devin Eckhardt; UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 Devin Eckhardt; at Chadron State; Oct 27, 2007 Felicia Ciarelli; Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 Nia Ingram; vs Drury; 8/27/05

64, Jaclyn Williamson; at UC-Colo. Springs; Oct 26, 2012

Senior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Shelley Caceres Renee St. Marie Irene Arguelles Barb Moscoso Melinda Almazan

Junior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Irene Arguelles Renee St. Marie Melinda Almazan Tara Gonzales Shelley Caceres

Sophomore

1. Irene Arguelles 2. Melinda Almazan 3. Devin Eckhardt 4. Renee St. Marie 5. Sage Martinson

Freshman

1. Irene Arguelles 2. Felicia Ciarelli 3. Jaclyn Williamson 4. Devin Eckhardt 5. Tara Toulose

1806 1747 1653 1569 1471

1984 1994 1991 1986 1998

1856 1618 1386 1189 1179

1990 1993 1997 2000 1983

1943 1286 1246 1140 835

1989 1996 2008 1992 2011

1499 1261 1255 1213 1202

1988 2006 2012 2007 1987

Year-by-Year Assists Leaders 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

Jaclyn Williamson ................................ 1,255 Sage Martinson ....................................... 894 Devin Eckhardt .................................... 1,152 Devin Eckhardt .................................... 1,054 Devin Eckhardt .................................... 1,246 Devin Eckhardt .................................... 1,213 Felicia Ciarelli ...................................... 1,261 Hannah Tautolo ...................................... 647 Nikki Peniata ....................................... 1,105 Jessica Robinson .................................... 453 Amy Willhoit ........................................ 1,314 Tara Gonzales ...................................... 1,280 Tara Gonzales ...................................... 1,189 Amy Willhoit ........................................... 727 Melinda Almazan ................................. 1,471 Melinda Almazan ................................. 1,386 Melinda Almazan ................................. 1,286 Melinda Almazan ................................. 1,154 Renee St. Marie.................................... 1,747 Renee St. Marie.................................... 1,618 Renee St. Marie.................................... 1,140 Irene Arguelles ..................................... 1,653 Irene Arguelles ..................................... 1,856 Irene Arguelles ..................................... 1,943 Irene Arguelles ..................................... 1,499 Tara Toulose ........................................ 1,202 Barb Moscoso ...................................... 1,569 Barb Moscoso ...................................... 1,174 Shelley Caceres .................................... 1,806 Shelley Caceres .................................... 1,179 Shelley Caceres ....................................... 730 Shelley Caceres ....................................... 347 Kealoha Curnan...................................... 225 Brenda Chambers ................................... 180

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Career Assist/Set Leaders (Min. 185 sets) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

12.41 - Melinda Almazan (427 sets) - 1995-98 11.51 - Irene Arguelles (604 sets) - 1988-91 10.79 - Tara Gonzales (241 sets) - 1998,00-01 10.77 - Devin Eckhardt (433 sets) - 2007-10 9.35 - Amy Willhoit (252 sets) - 1999,01-02 8.77 - Renee St. Marie (515 sets) - 1991-94 6.80 - Shelley Caceres (597 sets) - 1981-84 5.32 - Jennifer Dodgin (187 sets) - 1997-00 5.28 - Barb Moscoso (541 sets) - 1983-86 2.98 - Sage Martinson (345 sets) - 2010-11

Season Assist/Set Leaders (Min. 70 sets) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

12.83 12.82 12.74 12.68 12.39 12.38 12.01 11.98 11.95 11.81

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Melinda Almazan (108 sets) - 1997 Melinda Almazan (90 sets) - 1995 Felicia Ciarelli (99 sets) - 2006 Melinda Almazan (116 sets) - 1998 Tara Gonzales (96 sets) - 2000 Irene Arguelles (157 sets) - 1989 Devin Eckhardt (101 sets) - 2007 Barb Moscoso (98 sets) - 1985 Amy Willhoit (110 sets) - 2002 Renee St. Marie (137 sets) - 1993

Senior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Melinda Almazan Amy Wilhoit Renee St. Marie Irene Arguelles Tara Gonzales

Junior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Melinda Almazan Tara Gonzales Barb Moscoso Renee St. Marie Irene Arguelles

Sophomore 1. 2. 3. 4.

Irene Arguelles Melinda Almazan Renee St. Marie Devin Eckhardt

Freshman 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Melinda Almazan Felicia Ciarelli Devin Eckhardt Nikki Peniata Tara Toulose

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12.68 11.95 11.65 11.64 11.43

1998 2002 1994 1991 2001

12.83 12.39 11.98 11.81 11.60

1997 2000 1985 1993 1990

12.38 11.38 10.96 10.56

1989 1996 1992 2008

12.82 12.74 12.01 11.76 11.03

1995 2006 2007 2004 1987

Year-by-Year Assists/Set Leaders 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

Jaclyn Williamson ................................ 10.20 Sage Martinson ...................................... 8.43 Devin Eckhardt .................................... 10.57 Devin Eckhardt .................................... 10.04 Devin Eckhardt .................................... 10.56 Devin Eckhardt .................................... 12.01 Felicia Ciarelli ...................................... 12.74 Nia Ingram ............................................. 9.03 Nikki Peniata ....................................... 11.76 Amy Steele ........................................... 10.28 Amy Willhoit ........................................ 11.95 Tara Gonzales ...................................... 11.43 Tara Gonzales ...................................... 12.39 Amy Willhoit .......................................... 8.17 Melinda Almazan ................................. 12.68 Melinda Almazan ................................. 12.83 Melinda Almazan ................................. 11.38 Melinda Almazan ................................. 12.82 Renee St. Marie.................................... 11.65 Renee St. Marie.................................... 11.81 Renee St. Marie.................................... 10.96 Irene Arguelles ..................................... 11.64 Irene Arguelles ..................................... 11.60 Irene Arguelles ..................................... 12.38 Irene Arguelles ..................................... 10.34 Tara Toulose ........................................ 11.03 Barb Moscoso ...................................... 11.37 Barb Moscoso ...................................... 11.98 Shelley Caceres ...................................... 9.92 Shelley Caceres ...................................... 7.56


Career Dig Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2226 1766 1641 1485 1441 1405 1404 1403 1354 1332

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Irene Arguelles (604 sets) - 1988-91 Candee Broadhurst (492 sets) - 1985-88 Denene Jacovetta (483 sets) - 1983-86 Melinda Almazan (427 sets) - 1995-98 Kristin Thompson (394 sets) - 2005-08 Shelley Caceres (597 sets) - 1981-84 Shannon Nelson (406 sets) - 1995-98 Renee St. Marie (515 sets) - 1991-94 Julie Jaszai (425 sets) - 1986-89 Julianna Bayley (414 sets) - 2000-03

Season Dig Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

636 601 582 576 574 566 563 553 536 535

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Shelley Caceres (182 sets) - 1984 Shelley Caceres (156 sets) - 1983 Irene Arguelles (160 sets) - 1990 Irene Arguelles (142 sets) - 1991 Sandi Middlemist (178 sets) - 1984 Julie Jaszai (157 sets) - 1989 Denene Jacovetta (182 sets) - 1984 Irene Arguelles (157 sets) - 1989 Candee Broadhurst (149 sets) - 1988 Felicia Garcia (138 sets) - 1994

Match Dig Leaders (Since 2003) 1. 2. 4. 5. 7.

35, Kristin Thompson; at Chadron State; Oct 27, 2007 33, Chelsea Pavlik; Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 33, Erin Ovitz; at Colorado Christian; 9/13/03 32, Cassidee Young; at Colorado Mesa Univ.; Sep 16, 2011 31, Cassidee Young; UC-Colorado Springs; Oct 08, 2011 31, Sage Martinson; vs West Florida; Sep 08, 2012 30, Cassidee Young; at CSU-Pueblo; Oct 16, 2009 30, Chelsea Pavlik; at Mesa State; Oct 07, 2006 30, Sage Martinson; Colorado Mines; Oct 22, 2010 30, Sage Martinson; vs SW Minn. St.; Sep 3, 2010

Match Dig Leaders (3 sets) 1. 2. 4.

24, Erin Ovitz; Chadron State; 11/8/03 23, Kristin Thompson; CSM; 09-08-07 23, Sage Martinson; at Western State; Oct 13, 2012 22, Chelsea Pavlik; vs CSU-Pueblo; Oct 06, 2006 22, Erin Ovitz; vs Fort Hays State; 11/14/03

Match Dig Leaders (4 sets) 1. 2. 3. 4.

33, 32, 29, 28, 28,

Erin Ovitz; at Colorado Christian; 9/13/03 Cassidee Young; at Colorado Mesa; Sep 16, 2011 Chelsea Pavlik; vs N.M. Highlands; Sep 08, 2006 Catherine Perez; at Colorado Mines; 9/7/04 Chelsea Pavlik; at Colorado Mines; Sep 16, 2006

Match Dig Leaders (5 sets) 1. 2. 3. 5.

35, Kristin Thompson; at Chadron State; Oct 27, 2007 33, Chelsea Pavlik; Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 31, Cassidee Young; UC-Colorado Springs; Oct 08, 2011 31, Sage Martinson; vs West Florida; Sep 08, 2012 30, Cassidee Young; at CSU-Pueblo; Oct 16, 2009 30, Chelsea Pavlik; at Mesa State; Oct 07, 2006 30, Sage Martinson; Colorado Mines; Oct 22, 2010 30, Sage Martinson; vs SW Minn. St.; Sep 03, 2010

Senior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Shelley Caceres Irene Arguelles Sandi Middlemist Julie Jaszai Candee Broadhurst

Junior

1. Shelley Caceres 2. Irene Arguelles 3. Felicia Garcia 4. Sage Martinson 5. Julie Jaszai

Sophomore 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Denene Jacovetta Irene Arguelles Kristin Thompson Julianna Bayley Candee Broadhurst

Freshman

1. Irene Arguelles 2. Sage Martinson 3. Chelsea Pavlik 4. Cassidee Young 5. Candee Broadhurst

636 576 574 566 536

1984 1991 1984 1989 1988

601 582 535 528 496

1983 1990 1994 2012 1988

563 553 505 423 412

1984 1989 2006 2001 1986

515 464 449 402 388

1988 2010 2006 2008 1985

Year-by-Year Dig Leaders 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1980 1979

Sage Martinson ...................................528 Cassidee Young ..................................425 Sage Martinson ...................................464 Cassidee Young ..................................335 Cassidee Young ..................................402 Kristin Thompson ...............................429 Kristin Thompson ...............................505 Kristin Thompson ...............................314 Holly Yamada......................................307 Erin Ovitz ...........................................399 Holly Yamada......................................378 Nora Benson .......................................468 Amie Schraeder ..................................380 Amie Schraeder ..................................374 Shannon Nelson .................................443 Shannon Nelson .................................493 Melinda Almazan ................................357 Stephanie Borgmann ..........................337 Felicia Garcia ......................................535 Renee St. Marie...................................464 Renee St. Marie...................................317 Irene Arguelles ....................................576 Irene Arguelles ....................................582 Julie Jaszai.........................................566 Candee Broadhurst .............................536 Candee Broadhurst .............................430 Denene Jacovetta................................489 Denene Jacovetta................................418 Shelley Caceres ...................................636 Shelley Caceres ...................................601 Becky Muller.......................................135 Becky Muller.........................................99

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Career Dig/Set Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3.82 - Nora Bernson (211 sets) - 2000-01 3.78 - Cassidee Young (329 sets) - 2008-11 3.71 - Sage Martinson (345 sets) - 2010-12 3.69 - Irene Arguelles (604 sets) - 1988-91 3.66 - Kristin Thompson (394 sets) - 2005-08 3.59 - Candee Broadhurst (492 sets) - 1985-88 3.48 - Melinda Almazan (427 sets) - 1995-98 3.46 - Shannon Nelson (406 sets) - 1995-98 3.40 - Denene Jacovetta (483 sets) - 1983-86 3.22 - Julianna Bayley (414 sets) - 2000-03

Season Dig/Set Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4.63 - Kristin Thompson (109 sets) - 2006 4.40 - Chelsea Pavlik (102 sets) - 2006 4.30 - Sage Martinson (108 sets) - 2010 4.27 - Denene Jacovetta (98 sets) - 1985 4.25 - Kristin Thompson (101 sets) - 2007 4.11 - Shannon Nelson (120 sets) - 1997 4.09 - Cassidee Young (104 sets) - 2011 4.06 - Irene Arguelles (142 sets) - 1991 4.04 - Cassidee Young (83 sets) - 2009 4.03 - Sage Martinson (131 sets) - 2012

Senior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Cassidee Young Irene Arguelles Nora Bernson Shannon Nelson Erin Ovitz

Junior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Denene Jacovetta Kristin Thompson Shannon Nelson Sage Martinson Melinda Almazan

Sophomore 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kristin Thompson Cassidee Young Julianna Bayley Irene Arguelles Holly Yamada

Freshman

1. Chelsea Pavlik 2. Sage Martinson 3. Candee Broadhurst 4. Cassidee Young 5. Irene Arguelles

4.22 4.06 3.97 3.85 3.80

2011 1991 2001 1998 2003

4.27 4.25 4.11 4.03 3.93

1985 2007 1997 2012 1997

4.63 4.04 3.55 3.52 3.44

2006 2009 2001 1989 2002

4.40 4.30 3.96 3.83 3.55

2006 2010 1985 2008 1988

Year-by-Year Dig/Set Leaders 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

Sage Martinson .................................. 4.03 Cassidee Young ................................. 4.09 Sage Martinson .................................. 4.30 Cassidee Young ................................. 4.04 Cassidee Young ................................. 3.83 Kristin Thompson .............................. 4.25 Kristin Thompson .............................. 4.63 Kristin Thompson .............................. 3.41 Holly Yamada..................................... 3.23 Erin Ovitz .......................................... 3.80 Julianna Bayley ................................. 3.47 Nora Benson ...................................... 3.97 Nora Benson ...................................... 3.65 Amie Schraeder ................................. 3.65 Amie Schraeder ................................. 3.09 Shannon Nelson ................................ 3.85 Shannon Nelson ................................ 4.11 Melinda Almazan ............................... 3.16 Stephanie Borgmann ......................... 3.74 Felicia Garcia ..................................... 3.88 Renee St. Marie.................................. 3.39 Renee St. Marie.................................. 3.05 Irene Arguelles ................................... 4.06 Irene Arguelles ................................... 3.64 Julie Jaszai........................................ 3.61 Candee Broadhurst ............................ 3.60 Candee Broadhurst ............................ 3.91 Denene Jacovetta............................... 3.57 Denene Jacovetta............................... 4.27 Shelley Caceres .................................. 3.49 Shelley Caceres .................................. 3.85

Kristin Thompson set the Regis season dig/set record at 4.63 in 2006. She also has the fifth most, 4.25, and ranks fifth at 1,441 career digs.

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Career Block Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

627 588 489 470 412 410 397 384 365 361

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Linda Kasel (489 sets) - 1989-92 Dana Westover (463 sets) - 1979-82 Colette Freeman (477 sets) - 1987-90 Linda DiPentino (336 sets) - 1985-87 Mary McCullough (546 sets) - 1983-86 Renee Faubion (436 sets) - 1998-01 Anne VanMatre (630 sets) - 1981-84 Niki London (342 sets) - 1993-95 Amy Hill (453 sets) - 1992-95 Lyz Kann (369 sets) - 2008-11

Season Block Leaders 1. 2.

224 218 218 4. 197 5. 195 6. 192 7. 181 8. 176 9. 174 10. 168 168

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Dana Westover (161 sets) - 1982 Kerri Connelly (181 sets) - 1983 Linda Kasel (155 sets) - 1990 Linda DiPentino (141 sets) - 1986 Anne VanMatre (182 sets) - 1984 Corrine Donnely (139 sets) - 1989 Mary McCullough (182 sets) - 1984 Jill Janney (140 sets) - 1991 Niki London (131 sets) - 1993 Linda Kasel (137 sets) - 1991 Colette Freeman (152 sets) - 1989

Match Block Leaders (Since 2003) 1. 4. 7.

11, Jenny Kaiser; Adams State; 10/1/05 (1-10) 11, Lyz Kann; UC-Colorado Springs; Oct 08, 2011 11, Lyz Kann; vs East Central; Sep 02, 2011 10, Erin Anderson; West Florida; Sep 11, 2010 10, Jessica Howe; Metro State; 10-19-07 10, Sarah Jackson; at CSU-Pueblo; 10/3/03 9, Elizabeth Kann; vs Mesa State; Nov 16, 2008 9, Hannah Tautolo; Mesa State; 10/14/05 (0-9) 9, Jenny Kaiser; Mesa State; 10/14/05 (1-8) 9, LaVanda Mireles; Metro State; 10/24/03 9, LaVanda Mireles; Colorado Mines; 9/6/05 (2-7) 9, Sarah Jackson; CSU-Pueblo; 10/8/04 9, Gina Morgan; vs West Florida; Sep 08, 2012 9, Lauren Flanagan; vs Adams State; Nov 16, 2012

Match Block Leaders (3 sets) 1. 2.

11, Lyz Kann; vs East Central; Sep 02, 2011 8, Jenny Kaiser; at #1 Nebraska-Kearney; 11/4/05 8, Liz Franz; Minnesota-Duluth; 08-31-07

Match Block Leaders (4 sets) 1. 2.

11, Jenny Kaiser; Adams State; 10/1/05 10, Jessica Howe; Metro State; 10-19-07 10, Sarah Jackson; at CSU-Pueblo; 10/3/03

Match Block Leaders (5 sets) 1. 2. 3.

11, Lyz Kann; UC-Colorado Springs; Oct 08, 2011 10, Erin Anderson; West Florida; Sep 11, 2010 9, LaVanda Mireles; Metro State; 10/24/03 9, Gina Morgan; vs West Florida; Sep 08, 2012 9, Lauren Flanagan; vs Adams State; Nov 16, 2012

Senior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Dana Westover Kerri Connelly Anne VanMatre Corrine Donnely Jill Janney

Junior

1. Linda DiPentino 2. Colette Freeman Linda Kasel 4. Dana Westover 5. Niki London

Sophomore 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Linda Kasel Mary McCullough Niki London Colette Freeman Dana Westover

Freshman

1. Laura Eldridge 2. Jessica Howe 3. Amy Hill Renee Faubion 5. Tara Toulose

224 218 195 192 176

1982 1983 1984 1989 1991

197 168 168 160 154

1986 1989 1991 1981 1994

218 181 174 150 142

1990 1984 1993 1988 1980

124 119 94 94 90

1987 2007 1992 1998 1987

Year-by-Year Block Leaders 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

Gina Morgan .........................................93 Lyz Kann ............................................113 Erin Anderson ......................................99 Lyz Kann ..............................................79 Lyz Kann ..............................................82 Jessica Howe ......................................119 Liz Franz...............................................75 Jenny Kaiser .........................................93 Sarah Jackson ......................................80 LaVanda Mireles .................................123 Ysabel Martinez ....................................85 Renee Faubion ....................................104 Renee Faubion ......................................91 Renee Faubion ....................................121 Jeanine Dwyer ....................................111 Jeanine Dwyer ....................................103 Katja Pauli ..........................................104 Amy Hill................................................75 Niki London ........................................154 Niki London ........................................174 Linda Kasel .........................................160 Jill Janney ..........................................176 Linda Kasel .........................................218 Corinne Donnely .................................192 Colette Freeman..................................150 Linda DiPentino ..................................153 Linda DiPentino ..................................197 Linda DiPentino ..................................120 Anne VanMatre ...................................195 Kerri Connelly .....................................218 Dana Westover....................................224 Dana Westover....................................160 Dana Westover....................................142 Dana Westover......................................62

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Career Block/Set Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.40 1.37 1.28 1.27 1.27 1.12 1.03 1.03 1.01 0.98

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Linda DiPentino (336 sets) - 1985-87 Corrine Donnely (244 sets) - 1988-89 Linda Kasel (489 sets) - 1989-92 Laura Eldridge (198 sets) - 1987-88 Dana Westover (463 sets) - 1979-82 Niki London (342 sets) - 1993-95 Jill Janney (268 sets) - 1989-91 Colette Freeman (477 sets) - 1987-90 Roseanne Smith (259 sets) - 1980-82 Lyz Kann (369 sets) - 2008-11

Season Block/Set Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.82 1.63 1.58 1.50 1.41 1.40 1.39 1.38 1.38 1.36

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Dana Westover (78 sets) - 1980 Dana Westover (98 sets) - 1981 Linda DiPentino (97 sets) - 1987 Linda Kasel (107 sets) - 1992 Linda Kasel (155 sets) - 1990 Linda DiPentino (141 sets) - 1986 Dana Westover (161 sets) - 1982 Corrine Donnely (139 sets) - 1989 Laura Eldridge (90 sets) - 1987 Corrine Donnely (105 sets) - 1988

Senior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Linda DiPentino Linda Kasel Dana Westover Corrine Donnely Jill Janney

Junior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Dana Westover Linda DiPentino Corrine Donnely Linda Kasel Niki London

Sophomore 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Dana Westover Linda Kasel Niki London Linda DiPentino Colette Freeman

Freshman 1. 2. 3. 4.

Laura Eldridge Jessica Howe Lyz Kann Renee Faubion Gina Morgan 5. Linda Kasel Sarah Jackson

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1.58 1.50 1.39 1.38 1.26

1987 1992 1982 1989 1991

1.63 1.40 1.36 1.23 1.12

1981 1986 1988 1991 1994

1.82 1.41 1.33 1.22 1.22

1980 1990 1993 1985 1988

1.38 1.18 0.94 0.91 0.91 0.90 0.90

1987 2007 2008 1998 2011 1989 2001

Year-by-Year Block/Set Leaders 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

Gina Morgan ...................................... 0.83 Lyz Kann ........................................... 1.16 Erin Anderson ................................... 1.15 Erin Anderson ................................... 0.82 Lyz Kann ........................................... 0.94 Jessica Howe ..................................... 1.18 Liz Franz............................................ 0.69 Jenny Kaiser ...................................... 1.02 Sarah Jackson ................................... 0.92 LaVanda Mireles ................................ 1.21 Ysabel Martinez ................................. 0.88 Sarah Jackson ................................... 0.90 Renee Faubion ................................... 0.96 Renee Faubion ................................... 1.02 Jeanine Dwyer ................................... 0.96 Jeanine Dwyer ................................... 0.86 Katja Pauli ......................................... 0.95 Amy Hill............................................. 0.94 Niki London ....................................... 1.12 Niki London ....................................... 1.33 Linda Kasel ........................................ 1.50 Jill Janney ......................................... 1.26 Linda Kasel ........................................ 1.41 Corrine Donnely................................. 1.38 Corrine Donnely................................. 1.36 Linda DiPentino ................................. 1.58 Linda DiPentino ................................. 1.40 Linda DiPentino ................................. 1.22 Anne VanMatre .................................. 1.07 Kerri Connelly .................................... 1.20


Career Point Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2070.5 1787.0 1777.5 1760.0 1685.5 1677.0 1660.5 1601.0 1535.5 1525.0

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Denene Jacovetta (1688k 277a 49-113b) - 1983-86 Candee Broadhurst (1393k 271a 43-160b) - 1985-88 Anne VanMatre (1418k 103a 116-281b) - 1981-84 Shannon Nelson (1560k 118a 29-106b) - 1995-98 Renee Faubion (1372k 47a 123-287b) - 1998-01 Felicia Garcia (1484k 111a 33-98b) - 1992-95 Linda DiPentino (1212k 126a 175-295b) - 1985-87 Dana Westover (1222k 85a 0-588b) - 1979-82 Linda Kasel (1069k 75a 156-471b) - 1989-92 Colette Freeman (1154k 52a 149-340b) - 1987-90

Season Point Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

847.5 825.0 732.0 723.0 686.0 668.5 646.0 639.0 638.5 602.0

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Denene Jacovetta (704k 86a 27-61b) - 1984 Kerri Connelly (613k 46a 114-104b) - 1983 Anne VanMatre (622k 19a 57-68b) - 1983 Dana Westover (580k 31a 0-224b) - 1982 Anne VanMatre (490k 69a 59-136b) - 1984 Julie Jaszai (541k 93a 10-49b) - 1989 Linda DiPentino (445k 56a 93-104b) - 1986 Corrine Donnely (453k 59a 62-130b) - 1989 Shannon Nelson (567k 43a 11-35b) - 1997 Anna Suarez (495k 58a 21-56b) - 1991

Match Point Leaders (Since 2003) 1. 2. 3.

33.5, Caitie Breaux; at UC-Colo. Spring; Oct 26, 2012 30.5, Meghan Meehan; UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 30.0, Jessica Howe; at Western State; Oct 15, 2009 30.0, Liz Franz; UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 5. 28.5, Ross,Rachel; at Colorado Mines; Sep 16, 2006 6. 28.0, Liz Franz; vs Bentley; Aug 30, 2008 7. 27.5, Chelsea Pavlik; Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 27.5, Christina Henzgen; Colorado Mines; Oct 22, 2010 27.5, Holly Yamada; Chadron State; 10/30/04 10. 26.5, Christy Henzgen; UC-Colorado Springs; Oct 23, 2010 26.5, Christy Henzgen; Metro State; Sep 21, 2010

Match Point Leaders (3 sets) 1. 2. 3. 4.

23.0, 22.5, 22.0, 21.0, 21.0,

Chelsea Pavlik; vs St. Edwards; Aug 26, 2006 Chelsea Pavlik; at Colorado Christian; Oct 13, 2006 Holly Yamada; at Chadron State; 9/11/04 Chelsea Pavlik; vs CSU-Pueblo; Oct 06, 2006 Meghan Meehan; CSM; 09-08-07

Match Point Leaders (4 sets) 1. 2. 3. 4.

30.0, 28.5, 27.5, 26.0, 26.0,

Jessica Howe; at Western State; Oct 15, 2009 Ross,Rachel; at Colorado Mines; Sep 16, 2006 Holly Yamada; Chadron State; 10/30/04 Holly Yamada; Fort Hays State; 11/6/04 Jessica Howe; vs Adams State; Nov 15, 2008

Match Point Leaders (5 sets) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

33.5, Caitie Breaux; at UC-Colo. Spring; Oct 26, 2012 30.5, Meghan Meehan; UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 30.0, Liz Franz; UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 28.0, Liz Franz; vs Bentley; Aug 30, 2008 27.5, Chelsea Pavlik; Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 27.5, Christy Henzgen; Colorado Mines; Oct 22, 2010

Senior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kerri Connelly Dana Westover Anne VanMatre Julie Jaszai Corrine Donnely

Junior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Anne VanMatre Linda DiPentino Shannon Nelson Felicia Garcia Anna Suarez

Sophomore 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Denene Jacovetta Julianna Bayley Lannie Stevenson Mary McCullough Niki London

Freshman

1. Chelsea Pavlik 2. Christy Henzgen 3. Katie Klein 4. Caitie Breaux 5. Candee Broadhurst

825.0 723.0 686.0 668.5 639.0

1983 1982 1984 1989 1989

732.0 646.0 638.5 572.5 543.0

1983 1986 1997 1994 1990

847.5 585.0 567.0 566.0 502.0

1984 2001 1989 1984 1993

500.0 488.5 488.0 467.5 404.0

2006 2010 2012 2012 1985

Year-by-Year Point Leaders 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

Katie Klein .......................................488.0 Kyndell Highland .............................316.0 Christy Henzgen ..............................488.5 Jessica Howe ...................................417.0 Jessica Howe ...................................472.0 Liz Franz..........................................404.5 Chelsea Pavlik .................................500.0 Rachel Ross .....................................303.5 Holly Yamada...................................429.5 Holly Yamada...................................460.5 Holly Yamada...................................468.5 Julianna Bayley ...............................585.0 Amie Schraeder ...............................502.0 Amie Schraeder ...............................513.0 Shannon Nelson ..............................545.5 Shannon Nelson ..............................638.5 Shannon Nelson ..............................440.5 Felicia Garcia ...................................372.5 Felicia Garcia ...................................572.5 Niki London .....................................502.0 Linda Kasel ......................................418.5 Anna Suarez ....................................602.0 Colette Freeman...............................601.0 Julie Jaszai......................................668.5 Candee Broadhurst ..........................550.0 Linda DiPentino ...............................580.5 Linda DiPentino ...............................646.0 Denene Jacovetta.............................506.5 Denene Jacovetta.............................847.5 Kerri Connelly ..................................825.0 Dana Westover.................................723.0 Dana Westover.................................421.0 Dana Westover.................................275.0 Lorraine Wallace ..............................208.0

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Career Point/Set Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

4.94 4.33 4.30 4.29 4.00 3.94 3.94 3.92 3.87 3.70

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Linda DiPentino (336 sets) - 1985-87 Shannon Nelson (406 sets) - 1995-98 Amie Schraeder (328 sets) - 1998-00 Denene Jacovetta (483 sets) - 1983-86 Anna Suarez (286 sets) - 1990-91 Jeanine Dwyer (345 sets) - 1996-98 Corrine Donnely (244 sets) - 1988-89 Felicia Garcia (428 sets) - 1992-95 Renee Faubion (436 sets) - 1998-01 Holly Yamada (387 sets) - 2001-04

Season Point/Set Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

5.98 5.32 5.17 4.92 4.90 4.83 4.74 4.66 4.60 4.58

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Linda DiPentino (97 sets) - 1987 Shannon Nelson (120 sets) - 1997 Denene Jacovetta (98 sets) - 1985 Julianna Bayley (119 sets) - 2001 Chelsea Pavlik (102 sets) - 2006 Amie Schraeder (104 sets) - 2000 Shannon Nelson (115 sets) - 1998 Denene Jacovetta (182 sets) - 1984 Corrine Donnely (139 sets) - 1989 Linda DiPentino (141 sets) - 1986

Senior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Linda DiPentino Amie Schraeder Shannon Nelson Corrine Donnely Kerri Connelly

Junior 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Shannon Nelson Denene Jacovetta Linda DiPentino Renee Faubion Jeanine Dwyer

Sophomore 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Julianna Bayley Denene Jacovetta Linda DiPentino Holly Yamada Jessica Howe

Freshman

1. Chelsea Pavlik 2. Christy Henzgen 3. Candee Broadhurst 4. Katie Klein 5. Julianna Bayley

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5.98 4.83 4.74 4.60 4.56

1987 2000 1998 1989 1983

5.32 5.17 4.58 4.54 4.49

1997 1985 1986 2000 1997

4.92 4.66 4.43 4.26 4.07

2001 1984 1985 2002 2008

4.90 4.48 4.12 3.75 3.73

2006 2010 1985 2012 2000

Year-by-Year Point/Set Leaders 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

Katie Klein ......................................... 3.75 Kyndell Highland ............................... 3.33 Christy Henzgen ................................ 4.48 Jessica Howe ..................................... 3.97 Jessica Howe ..................................... 4.07 Liz Franz............................................ 4.00 Chelsea Pavlik ................................... 4.90 Tricia Leger ........................................ 3.40 Holly Yamada..................................... 4.52 Holly Yamada..................................... 4.34 Holly Yamada..................................... 4.26 Julianna Bayley ................................. 4.92 Amie Schraeder ................................. 4.83 Amie Schraeder ................................. 4.24 Shannon Nelson ................................ 4.74 Shannon Nelson ................................ 5.32 Sarah Sharpe..................................... 3.88 Felicia Garcia ..................................... 4.38 Felicia Garcia ..................................... 4.15 Felicia Garcia ..................................... 3.94 Linda Kasel ........................................ 3.91 Anna Suarez ...................................... 4.39 Colette Freeman................................. 4.01 Corrine Donnely................................. 4.60 Kelly Carruthers ................................ 3.72 Linda DiPentino ................................. 5.98 Linda DiPentino ................................. 4.58 Denene Jacovetta............................... 5.17 Denene Jacovetta............................... 4.66 Kerri Connelly .................................... 4.56


TEAM SEASON RECORDS Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2468 2386 2367 2348 2138

(.222) (.170) (.378) (.262) (.206)

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1984 1983 1990 1989 1994

16.47 16.27 16.08 16.07 15.87

(112 sets) - 2000 (119 sets) - 2001 (126 sets) - 1998 (122 sets) - 1997 (98 sets) - 1985

7115 6747 6152 5951 5602

3379 3172 3083 2985 2909

(182 (202 (150 (157 (170

sets) sets) sets) sets) sets)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

23.03 20.55 19.65 19.17 19.11

(2386-1176-7115) - 1983 (2468-970-6747) - 1984 (2367-43-6152) - 1990 (2138-913-5951) - 1994 (2348-883-5602) - 1989

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.958 .952 .949 .945 .945

(2528 (2015 (1879 (2208 (2183

receptions) receptions) receptions) receptions) receptions)

Block solos

Assists

Block assists

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.378 .267 .266 .262 .261

(2367-43-6152) - 1990 (2026-645-5179) - 1991 (2053-686-5133) - 1988 (2348-883-5602) - 1989 (1917-684-4720) - 1986

2112 2094 2065 1911 1867

(157 (170 (182 (202 (126

sets) sets) sets) sets) sets)

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Assists per set 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

15.07 14.92 14.82 14.33 14.30

(112 (119 (126 (109 (122

sets) sets) sets) sets) sets)

Service aces 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

546 515 476 451 373

(182 (154 (141 (157 (202

sets) sets) sets) sets) sets)

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1989 1990 1984 1983 1998

1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

259 216 187 176 176

(202 (154 (157 (182 (141

746 628 573 544 531

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

488.0 452.5 438.0 436.0 433.0

1984 1988 1986 1989 1983

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

4.78 3.25 3.17 2.88 2.86

(141 sets) - 1986 (154 sets) - 1988 (98 sets) - 1985 (182 sets) - 1984 (110 sets) - 1987

(5337 (2406 (2910 (4013 (2742

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(154 (157 (182 (202 (170

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serves) serves) serves) serves) serves)

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1983 2010 2012 1982 1981

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3452.0 3251.5 3195.0 3114.0 3056.0

21.45 20.71 20.24 20.09 20.05

(2468k (2348k (2386k (2367k (2053k

176-524b) 187-531b) 259-354b) 173-520b) 216-544b)

(98 sets) - 1985 (157 sets) - 1989 (90 sets) - 1995 (122 sets) - 1997 (126 sets) - 1998

vs Mesa State; Nov 2, 2006 at Chadron State; Oct 27, 2007 at Metro State; Oct 14, 2006 Central Mo. State; Sep 1, 2006 at Mesa State; Oct 7, 2006

Assists (64)

1. 81, UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 2. 77, Adams State; 09-29-07 3. 75, Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 75, at Chadron State; Oct 27, 2007 5. 71, Fort Lewis; 10/19/03 71, at Metro State; Oct 14, 2006 71, at Colorado Mines; Sep 16, 2006

Service aces (10)

1988 1989 1984 1983 1990

546a 451a 373a 314a 515a

242, 237, 233, 232, 229,

1. .493, vs Ill.-Springfield; Sep 3, 2011 (39-5-69) 2. .465, CSU-Pueblo; Oct 15, 2011 (42-9-71) 3. .453, South Dakota Mines; Sep 18, 2012 (51-8-95) 4. .403, Chadron St.; Oct 21, 2006 (57-9-119) 5. .400, Ursuline; Oct 19, 2011 (50-12-95)

1983 1988 1989 1984 1986

sets) sets) sets) sets) sets)

UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 Adams State; 09-29-07 Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 vs Drury; 8/27/05 at Chadron State; Oct 27, 2007

Attack pct. (10 att./.325)

2012 2010 2011 2008 2006

1. 16, at Chadron State; 10/29/05 2. 15, at Fort Hays State; 11/5/05 15, at CSU-Pueblo; Oct 16, 2010 4. 14, CSU-Los Angeles; 8/31/07 5. 13, Mesa State; 10/14/05

Digs (90)

(78 sets) - 1980 (110 sets) - 1987 (154 sets) - 1988 (157 sets) - 1989 (143 sets) - 1991

Points

.929 .927 .919 .916 .916

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86, 81, 79, 78, 78,

Attack attempts (200)

Blocks per set -

Serve pct. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

sets) sets) sets) sets) sets)

Total blocks 2000 2001 1998 2006 1997

Points

3.38 3.34 3.08 3.00 2.92

1. 2. 3. 4.

(78 sets) - 1980 (161 sets) - 1982 (143 sets) - 1991 (154 sets) - 1988 (157 sets) - 1989

Service aces per set 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1984 1983 1994 1989 1990

(98 sets) - 1985 (150 sets) - 1994 (122 sets) - 1997 (143 sets) - 1991 (135 sets) - 1993

Attack pct. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Reception pct.

Attack attempts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

TEAM MATCH RECORDS (Since 2003) Kills (65)

Digs per set

Kills per set 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Digs

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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1984 1989 1983 1990 1988

117, 108, 107, 104, 103,

vs Mesa State; Nov 02, 2006 Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 at Colorado Christian; 9/13/03 at Mesa State; Oct 07, 2006 UC-Colo. Springs; Oct 08, 2011

Solo blocks (5)

1. 9, vs SIU-Edwardsville; 8/26/05 2. 8, Metro State; 10/24/03 8, at Colo. Christian; Sep 21, 2007 4. 7, CSU-Pueblo; 09-28-07 7, at CSU-Pueblo; 10/3/03 7, vs Hillsdale; Sep 01, 2012

Assist blocks (20)

1. 32, Colorado Mines; Oct 22, 2010 2. 26, at CSU-Pueblo; 10/3/03 26, at Mesa State; Oct 07, 2006 26, Colorado Christian; Sep 25, 2010

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Total blocks (13.0) 1. 20.0, 20.0, 3. 18.0, 4. 17.0, 5. 16.0, 16.0,

Metro State; 10/24/03 at CSU-Pueblo; 10/3/03 Adams State; 10/18/03 Colorado Mines; Oct 22, 2010 Metro State; 10-19-07 vs SIU-Edwardsville; 8/26/05

Kills (3 games) (52) 1. 2. 3. 4.

66, 62, 59, 58, 58, 58, 58,

vs CSU-Pueblo; Oct 06, 2006 at Colorado Mines; Nov 02, 2007 vs Northern Kent.; Aug 25, 2006 Colorado Mines; 10/26/04 vs Fort Hays State; 11/14/03 vs Fort Lewis; Nov 14, 2008 at Colo. Christian; Oct 13, 2006

Kills (4 games) (63)

1. 74, Chadron State; 10/30/04 2. 72, Fort Lewis; 10/19/03 72, at Colorado Mines; 9/7/04 72, vs Western St.; Sep 09, 2006 72, at Colorado Mines; Sep 16, 2006

Kills (5 games) (64) 1. 2. 3. 4.

86, 81, 79, 78, 78,

UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 Adams State; 09-29-07 Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 vs Drury; 8/27/05 at Chadron State; Oct 27, 2007

Attempts (3 games) (140) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

171, 164, 162, 155, 154, 154, 154,

Chadron State; 11/8/03 vs Fort Hays State; 11/14/03 at Metro State; Sep 22, 2007 vs Western N.M.; Oct 7, 2006 Colorado Mines; 09-08-07 Colorado Mines; 10/26/04 vs Central Missouri; 9/6/03

Attempts (4 games) (180) 1. 203, 203, 3. 200, 200, 5. 198,

at Fort Lewis; Oct 12, 2007 Colorado Mines; Oct 27, 2006 at Colorado Mines; 9/7/04 vs N.M. Highlands; Sep 8, 2006 at Colorado Christian; 9/13/03

Attempts (5 games) (190) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

242, 237, 233, 232, 229,

vs Mesa State; Nov 02, 2006 at Chadron State; Oct 27, 2007 at Metro State; Oct 14, 2006 Central Mo. State; Sep 1, 2006 at Mesa State; Oct 07, 2006

Aces (3 games) (8)

1. 15, at CSU-Pueblo; Oct 16, 2010 2. 12, Chadron State; 9/10/05 12, at Colorado Christian; 9/23/05 12, Johnson & Wales; Sep 04, 2012 5. 11, Chadron State; 09-14-07 11, Colorado Christian; 9/24/04 11, vs Central Missouri; 9/6/03 11, vs Abilene Christian; Sep 2, 2011

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Aces (4 games) (8)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 12,

at Chadron State; 10/29/05 at Fort Hays State; 11/5/05 CSU-Los Angeles; 8/31/07 Mesa State; 10/14/05 Western State; 10/9/03 at Colorado Mines; Sep 16, 2006

Aces (5 games) (8)

1. 11, at CSU-Pueblo; Oct 16, 2009 2. 10, Adams State; 09-29-07 10, at Metro St.; Oct 20, 2009 10, Metro St.; Oct 23, 2012 10, vs Lockhaven; Sep 01, 2007 10, vs MSU Moorhead; Sep 03, 2010 10, at UC-Colo. Springs; 9/12/06

Assists (3 games) (45)

1. 60, vs CSU-Pueblo; Oct 06, 2006 2. 58, at CSM; Nov 02, 2007 3. 54, at Chadron State; 9/11/04 54, Chadron St.; Oct 21, 2006 5. 53, Colorado Mines; 10/26/04 53, Chadron State; 11/8/03 53, vs Northern Kent.; Aug 25, 2006

Assists (4 games) (60) 1. 71, 71, 3. 69, 4. 67, 5. 65,

Fort Lewis; 10/19/03 at Colorado Mines; Sep 16, 2006 Chadron State; 10/30/04 Colorado Mines; Oct 27, 2006 vs Western St.; Sep 09, 2006

Assists (5 games) (60)

1. 81, UC-Colorado Springs; 10-30-07 2. 77, Adams State; 09-29-07 3. 75, Nebraska-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 75, at Chadron State; Oct 27, 2007 5. 71, at Metro State; Oct 14, 2006

Digs (3 games) (63) 1. 2. 3. 4.

84, 82, 77, 75, 75,

at Chadron State; 9/11/04 at Colorado Christian; 9/23/05 Chadron State; 11/8/03 at CSM; Nov 02, 2007 at Chadron St.; Sep 29, 2006

Digs (4 games) (80)

1. 107, at Colorado Christian; 9/13/03 2. 93, at Chadron State; Nov 08, 2008 93, at Fort Lewis; Oct 12, 2007 4. 91, Saint Leo; Sep 10, 2010 5. 90, Colorado Mines; Oct 27, 2006 90, vs N.M. Highlands; Sep 08, 2006

Digs (5 games) (80) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

117, 108, 104, 103, 100, 100, 100,

vs Mesa State; Nov 02, 2006 Neb.-Kearney; Oct 20, 2006 at Mesa State; Oct 07, 2006 UC-Colo. Springs; Oct 08, 2011 Central Mo. State; Sep 01, 2006 vs West Florida; Sep 08, 2012 vs Neb.-Omaha; Sep 10, 2011

Blocks (3 games) (10.0)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

15.0, 14.0, 13.0, 12.5, 12.0, 12.0,

at UC-Colo. Springs; 10/4/03 vs East Central; Sep 02, 2011 at Metro State; 11/15/03 at Colo. Christian; 10/21/07 Chadron State; 11/8/03 Mesa State; Sep 17, 2010

Blocks (4 games) (11.0)

1. 20.0, at CSU-Pueblo; 10/3/03 2. 18.0, Adams State; 10/18/03 3. 16.0, Metro State; 10-19-07 16.0, vs SIU-Edwardsville; 8/26/05 5. 14.0, Western State; 10/9/03

Blocks (5 games) (11.0)

1. 20.0, Metro State; 10/24/03 2. 17.0, Colorado Mines; Oct 22, 2010 3. 15.0, UC-Colo. Springs; Oct 08, 2011 15.0, UC-Colo. Springs; Oct 23, 2010 15.0, Colo. Christian; Sep 25, 2010


AVCA Player of the Year 1998 Melinda Almazan Senior Setter 1998 1997 1997 1997 1991 1989 1987 1986

AVCA 1st Team All-Americans Melinda Almazan Sr. Setter Melinda Almazan Jr. Setter Jeanine Dwyer Jr. Middle Blocker Shannon Nelson Jr. Outside Hitter Irene Arguelles Setter Corrinne Donnelly Outside Hitter Linda DiPentino Outside Hitter Linda DiPentino Outside Hitter

2000 1998 1986 1994 1993 1991

AVCA 2nd Team All-Americans Renee Faubion Outside Hitter Jeanine Dwyer Sr. Middle Blocker Denene Jacovetta Outside Hitter Renee St. Marie Outside Hitter Renee St. Marie Outside Hitter Anna Suarez Outside Hitter

AVCA 3rd Team All-Americans 2008 Jessica Howe So. Outside Hitter Schools with the most AVCA All-Americans School ............................ AVCA All-Americans Tampa ............................................................24 Central Missouri .............................................21 Florida Southern.............................................18 North Dakota State .........................................16 Cal State Bakersfield (now Division I) ..............15 Concordia-St. Paul ..........................................15 Cal State Sacramento (now Division I) .............13 Cal State San Bernardino ...............................13 Nebraska-Omaha ............................................13 West Texas A&M .............................................13 Grand Valley State ..........................................12 North Alabama ...............................................12 Portland State (now Division I) ........................12 Truman ..........................................................12 Ferris State .....................................................11 Metro State .....................................................11 Northern Michigan ..........................................11 Regis (Colo.)............................................... 11

Schools with the most All-America Certificates School .......................All-America Certificates Tampa ............................................................42 Central Missouri .............................................31 North Dakota State .........................................27 Concordia-St. Paul ..........................................26 Portland State (now Division I) ........................26 Cal State San Bernardino ...............................25 Florida Southern.............................................24 West Texas A&M .............................................23 Cal State Bakersfield (now Division I) ..............22 Nebraska-Omaha ............................................20 Northern Michigan ..........................................19 Cal State Sacramento (now Division I) .............18 Cal State Northridge (now Division I) ...............17 Minnesota Duluth ...........................................17 North Alabama ...............................................17 Truman ..........................................................17 Northern Colorado ..........................................16 Grand Valley State ..........................................16 Barry ..............................................................15 Regis (Colo.)............................................... 15

Schools with the most First-Team Certificates School .............. AVCA First-Team Certificates Tampa ............................................................22 North Dakota State (now Division I) ................16 Portland State (now Division I) ........................16 Northern Michigan ..........................................15 Concordia-St. Paul ..........................................14 Cal State San Bernardino ...............................13 Central Missouri .............................................13 Cal State-Northridge (now Division I)...............13 West Texas A&M .............................................12 Cal State Bakersfield (now Division I) ..............12 Cal State-Sacramento (now Division I).............12 BYU-Hawai’i ...................................................11 Nebraska-Omaha ............................................10 UC Riverside (now Division I) ..........................10 Grand Valley State ..........................................10 Minnesota-Duluth ............................................9 Barry ................................................................8 Regis (Colo.)................................................. 8

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REGIS UNIVERSITY VOLLEYBALL LETTERWINNERS Suzanne Alvord ...............................................1977 Melinda Almazan ..........................1995, 96, 97, 98 Erin Anderson ...........................................2009, 10 Irene Arguelles...............................1988, 89, 90, 91 Simone Balzano ...............................................1977 Julianna Bayley ..............................2000, 01, 02, 03 Cedar Bellows .................................................2011 Nora Bernson ............................................2000, 01 Kayla Betts ......................................................2005 Donna Beveridge .............................................1977 Laura Bisio ....................................2002, 03, 04, 05 Stephanie Borgmann .....................1992, 93, 94, 95 Stephanie Bradac .................................2002, 03, 04 Caitie Breaux .............................................. 2012 Angie Brewer ...................................................1987 Phyllis Brewer ...........................................1978, 79 Candee Broadhurst........................1985, 86, 87, 88 Cathy Bronder ..........................................1992, 93 Wendy Brown .....................................2000, 01, 02 Robin Butterfield ......................................1983, 84 Shelly Caceres................................1981, 82, 83, 84 Candy Cain .....................................................1979 Kris Canino.....................................................1992 Liz Carlson-Bast ..............................................2003 Kelly Carruthers ............................1986, 87, 88, 89 Rosie Casey ...................................1983, 84, 85, 86 Brenda Chambers ................................1978, 79, 80 Felicia Ciarelli .................................................2006 Kelly Cochran ...........................................1983, 84 Kerri Connelly ................................................1983 Sandi Connelly..........................................1994, 95 Cindy Cook ....................................................1985 Ginger Craig .......................................1998, 99, 00 Katherine Craig .............................1991, 92, 93, 94 Dusty Creager .................................................1999 Kealoha Curnan ........................................1979, 80 Julie Deagen ..................................1991, 92, 93, 94 Dee DeCola ..............................................1987, 88 Linda DiPentino .................................1985, 86, 87 Beth Diss.........................................................1982 Julie DiStefano ....................................1979, 80, 81 Corrine Donnelly ......................................1988, 89 Jennifer Dodgin ............................1997, 98, 99, 00 Jeanine Dwyer .....................................1996, 97, 98 Devin Eckhardt .............................2007, 08, 09, 10 Laura Eldridge...........................................1987, 88 Sheryl Fagerland ..................................2003, 04, 05 Renee Faubion ..............................1998, 99, 00, 01 Tracy Fernandez ........................................1979, 80 Jill Fetters ..................................................1983, 84 Lauren Flanagan ..............................2010, 11, 12 Liz Franz .............................................2006, 07, 08 Colette Freeman ............................1987, 88, 89, 90 Felicia Garcia.................................1992, 93, 94, 95 Marissa Gettman .................................1999, 00, 01 Betsy Gibbins ..................................................1981 Tara Gonzales ................................1998, 99, 00, 01 Kerry Grady ..................................2007, 08, 09, 10 Stephanie Gregorious ......................................1992

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Leta Hanson..................................1987, 88, 89, 90 Paula Hart .......................................................1989 Jennifer Haskall ...............................................1990 Sandy Haynes................................1988, 89, 90, 91 Shelly Hee .......................................................1978 Christy Henzgen .......................................2010, 11 Sasha Hernandez .............................................2000 Karen Higel ...................................1983, 84, 85, 86 Makayla Higgins .......................................2011, 12 Kyndell Highland ............................................2011 Amy Hill .......................................1992, 93, 94, 95 Jessica Howe..................................2007, 08, 09, 10 Katie Hudencial ........................................2009, 10 Jordan Hughes ..........................................2009, 10

Wendy Neuman ........................................1992, 93 Denyse Oswald .........................................1996, 97 Erin Ovitz .....................................2000, 01, 02, 03 Sarah Ovitz ...................................2004, 05, 06, 07

Nia Ingram....................................2005, 06, 07, 08

Jessica Robinson ........................................2003, 04 Rachel Ross .........................................2004, 05, 06 Kathy Rozmiarek.......................................1990, 91 Jennifer Rupp ................................1997, 98, 99, 00

Sarah Jackson ................................2001, 02, 03, 04 Jill Janney ....................................1989, 1990, 1991 Denene Jacovetta ...........................1983, 84, 85, 86 Mary Ann Janus ..............................................1990 Julie Jaszai .....................................1986, 87, 88, 89 Carol Lee Jefferson ..........................................2004 Lisa Johanningmeier ......................1982, 83, 84, 85 Michaela Joyce ..........................................1979, 80 Jenny Kaiser ....................................................2005 Lyz Kann .......................................2008, 09, 10, 11 Linda Kasel ...................................1989, 90, 91, 92 Jaymee Kau .....................................................2011 Sarah Keiter...................................2007, 08, 09, 10 Marilyn Kerstiens ......................................1978, 79 Dana Kirby ...................................1985, 86, 87, 89 Maya Kirkeby ........................................2011, 12 Katie Klein.................................................. 2012 Kelsey Kohler ..................................................2009 Savannah Leeper..............................................2004 Tricia Leger .....................................................2005 Niki London .......................................1993, 94, 95 Monique Lousberg ..........................................1978 Nancy MacDonnell ...................................1981, 82 Millissa MacFadyen .........................................1979 Annia Martial ......................................2003, 05, 06 Ysabel, Martinez ..................................2000, 01, 02 Sage Martinson ................................2010, 11, 12 Mary McCullough ........................1983, 84, 85, 86 Caitlin McDonnell ........................2009, 10, 11, 12 Maureen McNamee.............................1978, 79, 80 Meghan Meehan .......................................2006, 07 Camille Meyer...........................................1983, 84 Joyce Mickle ....................................................1978 Sandi Middlemist ................................1982, 83, 84 Merian Middleton .........................1996, 97, 98, 99 LaVanda Mireles............................2002, 03, 04, 05 Gina Morgan .........................................2011, 12 Karin Moore .......................................1982, 83, 84 Trish Moore ....................................................1985 Christine Moreland .......................1995, 96, 97, 98 Barb Moscoso................................1983, 84, 85, 86 Vickie Mulhern ...................................1986, 87, 88 Becky Mulhern ..............................1978, 79, 80, 81 Patti Neel ..................................................1979, 80 Shannon Nelson ............................1995, 96, 97, 98

Nicole Paolucci..........................................1987, 88 Katja Pauli .....................................1993, 94, 95, 96 Chelsea Pavlik .................................................2006 Nikki Peniata ..................................................2004 Catherine Perez ...............................................2004 Melissa Piazza ............................................2007, 08 Aubrey Podschweit ..........................................2011 Katrina Polich ...........................................1992, 93 Michelle Purdy ..........................................1984, 85

Renee St. Marie .............................1991, 92, 93, 94 Sarah Sahm ...............................................1997, 98 Lois Sakuri ......................................................1981 Amie Schraeder ...................................1998, 99, 00 Laura Schroeder .......................................... 2012 Sarah Sharpe .................................1994, 95, 96, 97 Sylvia Sich .................................................1981, 82 Cassie Skipitis ...........................................2004, 08 Roseanne Smith ..................................1980, 81, 82 Rebecca Sponcil .......................................... 2012 Brianne Sprague ..............................................2005 Amy Steele ................................................2002, 03 Brooke Stephens ..............................................1999 Lannie Stevenson.................................1989, 90, 91 Maureen Stolle ..............................1997, 98, 99, 00 Anna Suarez ..............................................1990, 91 Ann Suprenant ................................................1989 Hannah Tautolo ............................2005, 06, 07, 08 Kristin Thompson .........................2005, 06, 07, 08 Ann Togher .....................................................1984 Tara Toulouse ..................................................1987 Heather Tovrea ..............................1989, 90, 91, 92 Renee Trechter...............................1994, 95, 96, 97 Anne VanMater .............................1981, 82, 83, 84 Nikki Van Reusen .........................1996, 97, 98, 99 Lorraine Wallace........................................1979, 80 Dana Westover ..............................1979, 80, 81, 82 Stacy Wetz .................................................1992, 93 Karen Wieser .................................1983, 84, 85, 86 Kelsi Wildermuth ............................................2012 Jane Wille......................................1979, 80, 81, 82 Amy Willhoit ................................1999, 00, 01, 02 Jaclyn Williamson ....................................... 2012 Jessica Wojcik ..................................................2011 Maggie Workman......................................2008, 09 Amy Wyatt ....................................1994, 95, 96, 97 Holly Yamada ................................2001, 02, 03, 04 Cassidee Young..............................2008, 09, 10, 11 Mary Youngers ....................................1980, 81, 82 Bold - Current players


1979 • 24-13 (6-2 RMAC/2nd East) Home: N/A ● Away: N/A ● Neutral: N/A Head Coach: Margie Mara (24-13) 9/21 vs. Western State# W 9/21 vs. New Mexico Highlands# W 9/21 at Fort Lewis# L 9/21 vs. Mesa State# W 9/21 at Fort Lewis# W 9/28 New Mexico Highlands* W 9/28 Chadron State W 9/29 Air Force W 9/29 Colorado College W 10/3 Colorado Mines* W 10/5 Western State W 10/6 Mesa State W 10/6 Metro State W 10/9 Fort Hays State W 10/9 Southern Colorado* L 10/13 Northern Colorado L 10/16 Colorado Mines* W 10/18 Colorado Women’s W 10/20 Mesa State W 10/20 Southern Utah State L 10/23 Southern Colorado* L 10/25 Western New Mexico* W 10/27 vs. Mesa State$ L 10/27 vs. Western State$ L 10/27 at Air Force$ W 10/27 vs. Colorado Mines$ W 10/30 Wyoming L 10/30 Metro State L 11/2 Western New Mexico* W 11/3 New Mexico Highlands* W 11/7 Northern Colorado L 11/7 Colorado Women’s W 11/12 Air Force W 11/12 Colorado College L 11/16 Southern Colorado% W 11/16 Northern Colorado% L 11/16 Metro State% L # - Fort Lewis Tournament (Durango, Colo.) * - RMAC Game $ - Air Force Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) % - NAIA Region VII Tournament

1981 • 17-9 (8-0 RMAC/1st East) 2-0 2-0 0-2 2-0 3-0 3-1 3-0 3-2 3-2 3-1 3-2 3-1 3-1 3-1 2-3 0-3 3-2 3-1 3-2 1-3 1-3 3-1 0-2 0-2 2-0 2-0 2-3 0-3 3-0 3-0 0-3 3-1 3-2 0-3 2-0 0-2 0-2

1980 • 16-5 (6-2 RMAC/2nd East) Home: 8-3 ● Away: 6-2 ● Neutral: 2-0 Head Coach: Margie Mara (40-18) 9/16 at Metro State 9/18 at Western State 9/24 Northern Colorado 9/26 New Mexico Highlands* 9/26 Mesa State 9/27 Adams State 9/27 Colorado Women’s 9/30 Colorado Mines* 9/30 Wyoming 10/7 Southern Colorado* 10/7 Fort Hays State 10/11 at Chadron State 10/14 at Colorado Mines* 10/17 at Western New Mexico* 10/18 at New Mexico Highlands* 10/18 vs. Fort Lewis# 10/21 vs. Air Force$ 10/21 at Colorado Women’s 10/28 at Southern Colorado* 11/1 Western New Mexico* 11/1 Metro State * - RMAC Game

W W L W W W W W L W W W W L W W W W L W L

# - Played at Las Vegas, N.M. $ - Played at Colorado Women’s College

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

Home: N/A ● Away: N/A ● Neutral: N/A Head Coach: Margie Mara (57-27) 9/18 Air Force 9/18 Colorado College 9/19 New Mexico Highlands 9/22 Metro State 9/25 New Mexico Highlands 9/25 College of Santa Fe 9/26 Western New Mexico 10/2 Mesa State 10/2 Air Force 10/3 Western State 10/6 Southern Colorado 10/9 Adams State 10/9 College of Santa Fe 10/10 Fort Lewis 10/13 Colorado Mines 10/23 Southern Utah State 10/23 Mesa State 10/24 Southern Utah State 10/24 Western State 10/27 Southern Colorado 10/28 Colorado Mines 10/31 Western New Mexico 10/31 Metro State 11/5 Southern Utah State# 11/7 Eastern New Mexico$ 11/7 Southern Utah State$ # - RMAC Championships $ - NAIA District VII Playoffs

L L W L W W W W L L W W W L W W W L W W W W W L W L

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

1982 • 32-18 (3-5 RMAC/4th East) Home: 17-6 ● Away: 7-6 ● Neutral: 8-6 Head Coach: Margie Mara (89-45) 9/10 9/10 9/10 9/11 9/11 9/11 9/17 9/17 9/17 9/18 9/18 9/18 9/21 9/23 9/24 9/25 9/26 9/28 9/28 10/1 10/1 10/2 10/2 10/5 10/5 10/12 10/15 10/15 10/19 10/22 10/22 10/23

Mesa State# College of Santa Fe# Fort Hays State# Chadron State# Fort Hays State# New Mexico Highlands# at Fort Hays State$ vs. Rockmont$ vs. Marymount (Kan.)$ vs. Sterling College$ vs. Kansas Wesleyan$ vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State$ at Metro State at Alaska-Fairbanks at Alaska-Fairbanks at Alaska-Anchorage at Alaska-Anchorage Colorado Mines* Air Force New Mexico Highlands* Rockmont Western New Mexico* Western State at Southern Colorado* at Colorado College Colorado College vs. Western State@ at Adams State at Colorado Mines* at New Mexico Highlands* vs. Fort Lewis! at Western New Mexico*

W W W L W W L W W L W W W L W L L L L W W W W W W W W W W W W L

2-0 2-1 2-1 1-2 2-0 2-1 1-2 2-0 2-0 1-2 2-0 2-0 Forfeit 0-3 3-1 1-3 1-3 1-3 2-3 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-2 3-1 3-0 3-1 3-1 3-0 3-2 1-3

10/23 vs. Fort Lewis*^ W 3-2 10/26 Southern Colorado* W 3-0 10/26 Metro State W 3-2 10/30 Alaska-Fairbanks W 3-2 10/30 Mesa State W 3-0 10/30 Adams State W 3-0 11/12 vs. Alaska-Anchorage% L 0-2 11/12 vs. Colorado College% W 2-1 11/12 vs. Nebraska-Omaha% L 0-2 11/13 vs. Texas-El Paso% L 0-2 11/13 at Northern Colorado% L 0-2 11/13 vs. Alaska-Anchorage% L 0-2 11/13 vs. Colorado College% L 1-2 11/18 Texas Wesleyan& L 0-2 11/18 McKendree College& W 2-1 11/19 Nazareth College& W 2-0 11/19 Texas Wesleyan& L 1-3 11/20 Hillsdale College& L 1-3 # - Regis Tournament $ - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.) @ - Played at Adams State (Alamosa, Colo.) ! - Played at New Mexico Highlands (Las Vegas, N.M.) ^ - Played at Western New Mexico (Silver City, N.M.) % - Northern Colorado Tournament & - NAIA National Championships

1983 • 34-28 (Independent) Home: 14-5 ● Away: 7-9 ● Neutral: 13-14 Head Coach: Margie Mara (123-73) 9/8 9/8 9/9 9/9 9/9 9/10 9/10 9/10 9/10 9/13 9/13 9/14 9/17 9/17 9/20 9/23 9/23 9/24 9/24 9/27 9/30 9/30 10/1 10/1 10/1 10/4 10/6 10/7 10/7 10/7 10/8 10/8 10/10 10/10 10/11 10/14 10/14 10/14 10/15 10/15 10/15 10/15 10/18

New Mexico Highlands Rockmont Southern Colorado# Chadron State# Eastern New Mexico# Metro State# Kearney State# Metro State# Chadron State# at Metro State vs. Mesa State at Colorado College at Kearney State vs. College of St. Mary’s Air Force vs. Southern Utah State at Mesa State at Western State vs. Southern Utah State Colorado Mines vs. Kansas Newman$ at Bethel$ vs. Missouri Western$ vs. Emporia State$ vs. Oklahoma Baptist$ at Air Force Western State vs. Rockmont% vs. Fort Lewis% vs. Northern Colorado% vs. Northern Arizona% vs. Bradley% Bradley Colorado College at Colorado Mines vs. Metro State& vs. Air Force& vs. Denver& vs. St. Mary’s of the Plains& at Colorado College& vs. Trinity& vs. Air Force& Northern Colorado

W W W L W L W W L L L L L L L L L L L W W L L W W L W W W L L L W W W W L W W W W L W

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

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10/19 at Denver W 3-1 10/21 at Southern Colorado W 3-2 10/22 at College of Santa Fe W 3-1 10/22 at New Mexico Highlands W 3-0 10/25 Southern Colorado W 3-0 10/25 Rockmont W 3-1 10/28 Denver W 3-1 10/28 Metro State L 2-3 10/29 vs. Florida Southern@ W 2-0 10/29 vs. Central Missouri State@ L 0-2 10/29 vs. Chapman@ L 1-2 10/30 vs. Cal State-Northridge@ L 0-3 10/30 vs. Northern Colorado@ W 3-0 10/30 vs. Central Missouri State@ W 3-1 11/1 at Northern Colorado L 1-3 11/4 at Mesa State! W 2-1 11/4 vs. Metro State! L 0-2 11/4 vs. Eastern New Mexico! W 2-0 11/4 at Mesa State! L 1-2 # - Regis Tournament (Denver, Colo.) $ - Bethel Tournament (North Newton, Kan.) % - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) & - Colorado College Tournament (Colo. Springs, Colo.) @ - Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) ! - NAIA District VII Tournament (Grand Junction, Colo.)

Home: 14-6 ● Away: 9-8 ● Neutral: 17-6 Head Coach: Brad Saindon (40-20)

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at Colorado College Western State# Montana Tech# Denver# Northern Colorado# College of Santa Fe# Metro State Denver* Mesa State Northern Colorado* at Colorado Mines at Metro State* vs. St. John’s (Kan.)$ vs. Emporia State$ vs. Hastings College$ vs. Friends$ at Fort Hays State$ vs. Washburn$ vs. Marymount$ at Southern Colorado Eastern Montana* vs. Southern Utah State at Mesa State vs. Southern Utah State at Western State Colorado Mines Air Force* Western State vs. Fort Lewis% vs. Southern Utah State% at Metro State% vs. Southern Colorado% vs. Western State% vs. Florida International vs. New Mexico Highlands% at Metro State% vs. Northern Colorado% at Alaska-Fairbanks* at Alaska-Fairbanks* vs. Alaska-Anchorage* vs. Alaska-Anchorage* at Denver* vs. Cal State-Northridge@

W W W W L W L W L L W W W W W W L W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W L L W L L W L

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

1985 • 23-10 (12-2 CDC/1st) Home: 14-1 ● Away: 8-3 ● Neutral: 1-6 Head Coach: Brad Saindon (63-30)

1984 • 40-20 (6-7 CDC/4th)

9/12 9/14 9/14 9/14 9/15 9/15 9/15 9/19 9/21 9/22 9/25 9/26 9/28 9/28 9/28 9/29 9/29 9/29 9/29 10/2 10/4 10/5 10/5 10/6 10/6 10/9 10/9 10/11 10/12 10/12 10/12 10/12 10/12 10/13 10/13 10/13 10/13 10/19 10/20 10/20 10/21 10/24 10/27

10/27 vs. Cal State-Sacramento@ L 10/27 vs. East Texas State@ W 10/27 vs. Chapman@ W 10/28 at Air Force@ L 10/28 vs. North Dakota State@ W 10/28 vs. Nebraska-Omaha@ L 10/30 Southern Colorado W 10/31 at Metro State* L 11/6 at Northern Colorado* L 11/9 Colorado College W 11/10 at Colorado State L 11/14 at Air Force* L 11/17 Metro State! L 11/17 Eastern Montana! W 11/17 Alaska-Anchorage! W 11/18 Metro State! W 11/18 Air Force! L * - CDC Match # - Regis Tournament (Denver, Colo.) $ - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.) % - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) @ - Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) ! - CDC Tournament (Denver, Colo.)

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

8/30 St. Xavier W 3-0 9/13 at Western State W 3-1 9/18 at Colorado College W 3-2 9/20 Montana Tech# W 3-0 9/20 Augustana (S.D.)# W 3-1 9/21 Air Force# W 3-0 9/21 Abilene Christian# W 3-1 9/25 at Northern Colorado* W 3-1 10/3 Angelo State W 3-1 10/5 Western State W 3-0 10/9 at Air Force* L 2-3 10/12 Denver* W 3-1 10/16 Eastern Montana* W 3-0 10/16 Colorado College W 3-0 10/18 Eastern Montana* W 3-0 10/22 at Colorado State L 0-3 10/24 Metro State* W 3-1 10/26 vs. Cal State-Bakersfield$ W 2-0 10/26 vs. Cal State-Northridge$ L 1-2 10/26 vs. Cal State-Sacramento$ L 1-2 10/26 vs. Cal Poly-Pomona$ L 0-2 10/26 vs. East Texas State$ L 0-2 10/27 vs. Metro State$ L 1-2 10/27 vs. Northern Colorado$ L 1-2 10/29 at Denver* W 3-0 10/31 Northern Colorado* W 3-1 11/5 at Metro State* L 2-3 11/7 Air Force* W 3-1 11/14 at Alaska-Anchorage* W 3-0 11/15 at Alaska-Anchorage* W 3-0 11/16 at Alaska-Fairbanks* W 3-0 11/17 at Alaska-Fairbanks* W 3-0 12/6 Portland State% L 0-3 * - CDC Match # - Regis Tournament (Denver, Colo.) $ - Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) % - NCAA Division II Regional Match (Denver, Colo.)

1986 • 29-11 (13-1 CDC/1st) Home: 15-0 ● Away: 7-5 ● Neutral: 7-6 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (29-11) 9/8 Montana State W 3-1 9/10 at Western State W 3-0 9/11 vs. Lethbridge College# W 3-0 9/11 vs. Utah State# L 2-3 9/12 at Idaho State# L 0-3 9/12 vs. Utah State# L 1-3 9/12 vs. Lethbridge College# W 3-0 9/16 Colorado College W 3-0 9/19 at #14 Colorado State L 0-3 9/24 Metro State* W 3-0 9/26 Montana Tech$ W 3-0 9/26 #11 North Dakota State$ W 3-2 9/27 Eastern New Mexico$ W 3-1 9/27 Cal State-Los Angeles$ W 3-0 10/1 at Air Force* W 3-0 10/3 Denver* W 3-0 10/4 Western State W 3-0 10/7 Alaska-Fairbanks* W 3-0 10/8 Alaska-Fairbanks* W 3-0 10/11 #10 Northern Colorado* W 3-0 10/17 vs. Tulsa% W 3-0 10/17 at #6 Central Missouri State% L 0-3 10/18 vs. #2 Nebraska-Omaha% L 1-3 10/18 vs. Wright State% W 3-2 10/21 Air Force* W 3-0 10/24 at Denver* W 3-0 10/29 at Metro State* W 3-1 11/5 Alaska-Anchorage* W 3-1 11/6 Alaska-Anchorage* W 3-2 11/7 vs. Alaska-Anchorage& L 2-3 11/7 vs. Chapman& W 3-0 11/8 vs. #10 Ferris State& W 3-0 11/8 vs. Cal Poly Pomona& W 3-1 11/9 vs. #1 Cal State-Northridge& L 0-3 11/9 vs. #10 Ferris State& L 1-3 11/12 at #13 Northern Colorado* L 1-3 11/15 at Eastern Montana* W 3-0 11/16 at Eastern Montana* W 3-2 11/2 at Mansfield* W 3-0 12/5 at #6 Central Missouri State@ L 0-3 * - CDC Match # - Idaho State Tournament (Pocatello, Idaho) $ - Regis Tournament (Denver, Colo.) % - Central Missouri Tournament (Warrensburg, Mo.) & - Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) @ - NCAA Division II Regional Match (Warrenburg, Mo.)

1987 • 17-12 (10-4 CDC/T2nd) Home: 8-5 ● Away: 6-4 ● Neutral: 3-3 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (46-23) 9/11 9/12 9/16 9/25 9/25 9/26 9/26 9/30 10/3 10/8 10/9 10/10 10/11 10/21 10/24 10/26 10/28

at North Dakota State# vs. Mankato State# at Colorado College West Texas A&M$ Mankato State$ Eastern New Mexico$ Cal State-Dominguez Hills$ at #10 Northern Colorado* Colorado at Alaska-Anchorage at Alaska-Anchorage at Alaska-Fairbanks at Alaska-Fairbanks at Air Force* Denver* at Metro State* #10 Northern Colorado*

L W W L W W L L L W L W W W W L L

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


10/31 Eastern Montana* W 11/3 Air Force* W 11/4 Metro State* W 11/7 Kansas L 11/11 at Denver* W 11/13 vs. #13 Army& W 11/13 vs. #2 Central Missouri State& L 11/14 vs. Cal-Riverside& L 11/15 vs. #14 Minnesota-Duluth& L 11/15 vs. Cal Poly Pomona& W 11/17 Alaska-Anchorage* W 11/18 Eastern Montana* W * - CDC Match # - North Dakota State Tournament (Fargo, N.D.) $ - Regis Tournament (Denver, Colo.) & - Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.)

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

1988 • 38-7 (14-0 CDC/1st) Home: 12-0 ● Away: 10-2 ● Neutral: 16-5 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (84-30) 9/9 vs. Northern Colorado# W 3-0 9/9 vs. Texas Lutheran# W 3-0 9/9 at West Texas A&M# W 3-0 9/10 vs. Northern Colorado# W 3-1 9/10 at West Texas A&M# W 3-1 9/13 Colorado College W 3-1 9/14 at Colorado Mines W 3-0 9/15 at #12 Cal Poly Pomona W 3-1 9/16 vs. #3 Cal. State-Northridge$ L 0-2 9/16 vs. Cal.-Davis$ W 2-0 9/17 vs. Cal. Baptist$ W 2-1 9/17 vs. West Texas A&M$ W 2-0 9/17 vs. #1 Cal State-Sacramento$ L 1-2 9/24 #12 West Texas A&M W 3-1 9/29 Alaska-Fairbanks* W 3-0 10/4 at Metro State* W 3-1 10/6 #17 Northern Colorado* W 3-0 10/12 Denver* W 3-0 10/14 Alaska-Anchorage* W 3-2 10/16 Western State W 3-0 10/16 Alaska-Fairbanks* W 3-0 10/21 vs. Cal.-Davis% W 3-0 10/21 vs. Denver% W 3-0 10/22 vs. Eastern New Mexico% W 3-0 10/22 vs. Texas Women’s% W 3-0 10/23 vs. Cal.-Davis% W 3-0 10/23 at #17 Metro State% L 2-3 10/26 Air Force* W 3-0 10/29 at Denver* W 3-1 10/31 Alaska-Anchorage* W 3-0 11/2 at Northern Colorado* W 3-1 11/4 vs. Ferris State& W 3-0 11/4 vs. #15 Chapman& W 3-2 11/5 vs. Grand Valley State& W 3-0 11/5 vs. #11 Cal State-Bakersfield& W 3-0 11/6 vs. #3 Cal State-Sacramento& L 1-3 11/6 vs. #4 Cal State-Northridge& L 2-3 11/9 at #17Air Force* W 3-0 11/16 #15 Metro State* W 3-2 11/18 at Eastern Montana* W 3-0 11/19 at Eastern Montana* W 3-0 12/3 #11West Texas A&M! W 3-0 12/9 vs. Cal.-Riverside@ W 3-0 12/10 vs. #1 Portland State@ L 0-3 12/11 at #2 North Dakota State@ L 2-3 * - CDC Match # - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) $ - Cal St. Dominguez Hills Tourney (Carson, Calif.) % - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) & - Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) ! - NCAA Regional (Denver, Colo.) @ - NCAA Elite Eight (Fargo, N.D.)

1989 • 31-12 (11-1 CDC/1st) Home: 8-1 ● Away: 10-4 ● Neutral: 13-7 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (115-42) 8/30 at Colorado State L 9/13 at Colorado College W 9/15 vs. #10 Nebraska-Omaha# L 9/15 at #8 West Texas A&M# L 9/16 vs. Northern Colorado# L 9/16 vs. East Texas State# W 9/17 vs. #9 Cal State-Bakersfield# W 9/20 #13 Northern Colorado L 9/22 vs. #7 Nebraska-Omaha$ W 9/22 at #2Portland State$ W 9/23 vs. East Texas State$ W 9/23 vs. #4Cal State-Northridge$ L 9/30 Eastern Montana* W 10/3 at #18Air Force* W 10/5 Mankato State W 10/8 Western State W 10/8 Kansas W 10/10 #12 Metro State* W 10/13 vs. Angelo State% L 10/13 vs. Fort Hays State% W 10/14 vs. #7Central Missouri State% W 10/14 vs. Mesa State% W 10/15 vs. Alaska-Anchorage% L 10/15 vs. Eastern New Mexico% W 10/17 Denver* W 10/19 at #20 Alaska-Anchorage* W 10/20 at #20 Alaska-Anchorage* W 10/21 at Alaska-Fairbanks* W 10/22 at Alaska-Fairbanks* W 10/26 Air Force* W 11/3 vs. Southeast Missouri State& W 11/3 vs. #15 Florida Southern& W 11/4 vs. #11Northern Colorado& L 11/4 vs. #18 Lewis& W 11/5 vs. #17 Tampa& W 11/5 at Air Force& W 11/8 at #13Northern Colorado L 11/9 at Denver* W 11/11 Eastern Montana* W 11/14 at #9 Metro State* L 12/1 at #9 Metro State! W 12/2 vs. #2 Portland State! W 12/7 vs. #10 Florida Southern@ L * - CDC Match # - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) $ - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) % - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) & - Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) ! - NCAA Regional (Denver, Colo.) @ - NCAA Elite Eight (Bakersfield, Calif.)

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

1990 • 29-15 (11-1 CAC/1st) Home: 13-2 ● Away: 8-5 ● Neutral: 8-8 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (144-57) 9/7 9/7 9/7 9/8 9/8 9/10 9/14 9/14 9/15 9/15 9/18 9/20 9/21

vs. North Dakota# vs. Minnesota-Duluth# vs. Michigan Tech# vs. Wayne State (Mich.)# at Northern Michigan# at Wyoming #20 Chico State$ #3 Portland State$ East Texas State$ #15 Nebraska-Omaha$ #12 Northern Colorado at #7 Cal State-Bakersfield vs. Sonoma State%

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

9/21 vs. #14 Chapman% W 3-2 9/22 vs. #1Sacramento State% L 0-3 9/22 vs. #14 Chapman% W 3-2 9/25 UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-0 9/26 Metro State* W 3-1 9/28 at #4 Portland State! L 2-3 9/28 vs. #1 Sacramento State! L 0-3 9/29 vs. #6 Cal State-Bakersfield! L 2-3 9/29 vs. #2 Central Missouri State! L 0-3 10/2 at Southern Colorado* L 1-3 10/4 at Colorado Christian* W 3-0 10/9 at Denver* W 3-0 10/11 Colorado Christian* W 3-0 10/11 #18 Air Force* W 3-0 10/17 at Metro State* W 3-2 10/20 Southern Colorado* W 3-0 10/20 Grand Canyon L 1-3 10/23 at Colorado State W 3-2 10/25 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-0 10/30 Denver W 3-0 11/2 vs. St. Cloud State& W 3-1 11/2 vs. #10 Cal.-Davis& L 1-3 11/3 vs. #8 North Dakota State& L 1-3 11/3 vs. #19 Tampa& L 2-3 11/4 vs. #17 Alaska-Anchorage& L 1-3 11/7 at Air Force* W 3-0 11/10 Denver^ W 3-0 11/10 Metro State^ W 3-1 11/18 Kansas W 3-0 11/24 at #8 Northern Colorado+ W 3-2 11/30 at #3 Cal State-Bakersfield@ L 1-3 * - CAC Match # - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) $ - Regis Tournament (Denver, Colo.) % - Cal State-Dominguez Hills Tourney (Carson, Calif.) ! - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) & - Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) ^ - CAC Tournament (Denver, Colo.) + - NCAA Regional (Greeley, Colo.) @ - NCAA Elite Eight (Bakersfield, Calif.)

1991 • 29-10 (14-0 CAC/1st) Home: 11-1 ● Away: 8-6 ● Neutral: 10-3 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (173-67) 9/4 9/6 9/6 9/7 9/7 9/11 9/15 9/15 9/20 9/20 9/21 9/21 9/25 9/26 9/28 10/1 10/4 10/4 10/5 10/5 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/17 10/19 10/22 10/24 10/27

Colorado Christian* vs. Augustana (S.D.)# vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.)# vs. Wayne State (Mich.)# at Missouri-St. Louis# at #11 Northern Colorado at Fort Lewis* vs. Grand Canyon Denver* Nebraska-Kearney$ Michigan Tech$ Angelo State$ at #15 Metro State* at UC-Colorado Springs* at Wyoming Southern Colorado* vs. #6 Cal State-Bakersfield! vs. #1 West Texas A&m! at #3 Portland State! vs. #10 Tampa! at Denver* at Colorado Christian* at Air Force* UC-Colorado Springs* Fort Lewis* #19 Metro State* at Southern Colorado* #3 North Dakota State

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11/1 vs. Oakland& W 11/1 vs. #9 Central Missouri State& W 11/2 vs. #13 Minnesota-Duluth& W 11/2 vs. #4 Cal State-Bakersfield& W 11/3 vs. #14 Florida Southern& W 11/3 vs. #1 West Texas A&M& L 11/6 #18 Air Force* W 11/15 at #11 UC-Riverside W 11/16 at #12 Cal Poly Pomona L 11/17 at #6 Cal State-Bakersfield L 12/4 #13 Northern Colorado% L * - CAC Match # - Missouri-St. Louis Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.) $ - Regis Tournament (Denver, Colo.) ! - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) & - Premier Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) + - NCAA Regional (Denver, Colo.)

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

1992 • 14-17 (8-6 CAC/4th) Home: 7-3 ● Away: 3-7 ● Neutral: 4-7 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (187-84) 9/11 vs. #25 Nebraska-Omaha@ L 2-3 9/11 at #12 Central Missouri State@ L 1-3 9/12 vs. Missouri Southern State@ W 3-0 9/12 vs. Morningside@ L 0-3 9/17 Colorado College W 3-1 9/20 at Fort Lewis* W 3-2 9/22 at Wyoming L 0-3 9/30 at Southern Colorado* W 3-0 10/02 at #1 Portland State# L 0-3 10/02 vs. #2 Northern Michigan# L 0-3 10/03 vs. #6 Cal State-Bakersfield# L 0-3 10/03 vs. #18 UC-Riverside# L 1-3 10/06 at Colorado Christian* L 1-3 10/08 UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-0 10/13 at Denver* L 1-3 10/16 #25 Air Force* W 3-0 10/18 Kansas State W 3-1 10/20 #8 Metro State* L 0-3 10/23 #5 Northern Colorado L 2-3 10/24 Fort Lewis* W 3-0 10/27 Southern Colorado* W 3-0 10/29 Colorado Christian* W 3-0 11/02 at UC-Colorado Springs* L 1-3 11/06 vs. #7 Tampa$ L 1-3 11/06 vs. #13 Cal Poly Pomona$ L 2-3 11/07 vs. #23 New Haven$ W 3-2 11/07 vs. Grand Valley State$ W 3-1 11/08 vs. #25 Alaska-Anchorage$ W 3-2 11/12 #22 Denver* L 2-3 11/17 at #21 Air Force* L 0-3 11/19 at #7 Metro State* W 3-1 * - Colorado Athletic Conference Match @ - Central Missouri St. Challenge (Warrensburg, Mo.) # - Portland State Showcase (Portland, Ore.) $ - Air Force Premier (Colorado Springs, Colo.)

1993 • 23-13 (11-3 CAC/2nd) Home: 5-4 ● Away: 8-5 ● Neutral: 10-4 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (210-97) 9/01 9/10 9/10 9/11 9/11 9/14 9/16 9/22 9/24 9/25

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at Wyoming at #1 Northern Michigan@ vs. #2 Portland State@ vs. #19 Ferris State@ vs. #3 North Dakota State@ at Colorado College at #23 Colorado State at #6 Northern Colorado #3 North Dakota State# Fort Lewis*#

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

9/25 #4 Cal. St.-Bakersfield# L 1-3 9/28 Southern Colorado* W 3-0 9/30 Colorado Christian* W 3-1 10/04 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-2 10/06 Denver* W 3-1 10/08 vs. Missouri-St. Louis$ W 3-2 10/08 vs. Adams State$ W 3-1 10/09 vs. East Texas State$ W 3-0 10/09 vs. #15 Central Missouri State$ W 3-2 10/12 at Air Force* W 3-0 10/15 at #4 Metro State* L 1-3 10/17 at Fort Lewis* W 3-0 10/19 at Southern Colorado* W 3-0 10/26 at Colorado Christian* W 3-2 10/29 vs. Morningside% W 3-0 10/29 vs. #11 Cal Poly Pomona% W 3-1 10/30 vs. #12 Nebraska-Omaha% W 3-0 10/30 vs. #7 UC-Davis% L 2-3 10/31 vs. #24 Augustana% W 3-1 11/04 at Denver* W 3-2 11/05 UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-0 11/09 Air Force* W 3-1 11/12 #4 Metro State* L 1-3 11/19 vs. #22 Central Missouri State& W 3-1 11/20 at #4 Metro State& W 3-2 12/04 vs. #5 Northern Colorado^ L 0-3 * - Colorado Athletic Conference Match @ - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) # - Colorado Challenge (Regis/Metro State) $ - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.) % - Air Force Premier (Colorado Springs, Colo.) & - NCAA Regional (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) ^ - NCAA Elite Eight (Northern Michigan/Marquette, Mich.)

1994 • 28-11 (10-2 CAC/1st) Home: 10-2 ● Away: 4-5 ● Neutral: 14-4 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (238-108) 9/2 9/2 9/3 9/3 9/14 9/16 9/17 9/17 9/20 9/23 9/23 9/24 9/24 9/27 9/28 9/30 9/30 10/1 10/1 10/2 10/5 10/12 10/14 10/18 10/21 10/21 10/22 10/22 10/25 10/28 10/28 10/29 10/29 11/2 11/4 11/9

vs. Chadron State# vs. South Dakota State# vs. West Texas A&M# at Nebraska-Omaha# #6 Metro State* #1 Northern Michigan$ #5 Portland State$ #4 Cal State-Bakersfield$ #11 Northern Colorado vs. Sonoma State% at #1 Cal State-Bakersfield% vs. #19 Tampa% vs. #12 Portland State% at Southern Colorado* at Colorado Christian* vs. North Dakota State& vs. #9 Barry& vs. #10 Hawaii-Hilo& vs. #7 Michigan Tech& vs. #22 Cal Poly Pomona& UC-Colorado Springs* #11 Air Force* at Denver* Southern Colorado* vs. Mesa State@ vs. #7 Nebraska-Kearney@ vs. Alaska-Anchorage@ vs. Fort Hays State@ Colorado Christian* vs. Puget Sound! at #12 Portland State! vs. Chico State! vs. #1 Cal State-Bakersfield! at UC-Colorado Springs* Denver* at #9 Air Force*

W W W L W W W L W W L W W W W W W L L W W W W W W W W W W L L W L W W L

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11/11 at #16 Metro State* L 0-3 11/18 #9 Air Force^ W 3-2 11/19 #10 Portland State^ L 1-3 * - Colorado Athletic Conference Match # - Nebraska-Omaha Tourney (Omaha, Neb.) $ - Colorado Challenge (Denver, Colo.) % - Cal St.-Bakersfield Tourney (Bakersfield, Calif.) & - Air Force Premier (Colorado Springs, Colo.) @ - Metro St. Invite (Denver, Colo.) ! - Portland St. Showcase (Portland, Ore.) ^ - NCAA Div. II NW Regional (Denver, Colo.)

1995 • 19-7 (12-0 CAC/1st) Home: 6-2 ● Away: 7-3 ● Neutral: 6-2 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (257-115) 9/01 vs. Angelo State@ W 3-0 9/01 vs. Chico State@ W 3-0 9/02 vs. Henderson State@ W 3-0 9/02 at West Texas A&M@ W 3-1 9/13 at #21 Metro State* W 3-0 9/15 #8 Cal. State-Bakersfield# L 0-3 9/16 #2 Northern Michigan# L 0-3 9/20 at #5 Northern Colorado L 0-3 9/26 Denver* W 3-0 9/29 at Southern Colorado* W 3-0 10/03 at Denver* W 3-0 10/05 Colorado Christian* W 3-0 10/11 Air Force* W 3-0 10/17 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-1 10/20 vs. Seattle Pacific$ W 3-0 10/20 vs. #21 Mesa State$ W 3-1 10/21 vs. #9 Nebraska-Kearney$ L 2-3 10/24 Southern Colorado* W 3-1 10/27 Metro State* W 3-0 10/31 at Colorado Christian* W 3-1 11/02 at #5 Hawaii-Hilo L 0-3 11/04 vs. Hawaii-Pacific% W 3-2 11/04 at BYU-Hawaii L 0-3 11/07 at Air Force* W 3-0 11/09 UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-1 11/17 vs. #5 Hawaii-Hilo& L 1-3 * - Colorado Athletic Conference Match @ - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) # - Colorado Challenge (Regis/Metro State) $ - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) % - Played at BYU-Hawaii (Laie, Hawaii) & - NCAA NW Regional (Neb.-Kearney/Kearney, Neb.)

1996 • 20-13 (15-4 RMAC/2nd) Home: 10-7 ● Away: 8-4 ● Neutral: 2-2 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (277-128) 8/30 8/30 8/31 8/31 9/06 9/07 9/07 9/07 9/13 9/14 9/17 9/20 9/21 9/26 9/27 9/28 10/01 10/04 10/10

vs. Edinboro@ vs. #6 St. Cloud State@ vs. #2 Cal State-San Bernardino@ at #1 Northern Michigan@ #5 Central Missouri State# #2 North Dakota State# #18 Northern Colorado# BYU-Hawaii# at Fort Lewis* at Adams State* #16 Northern Colorado Western State* Mesa State* at New Mexico Highlands* at Southern Colorado* at UC-Colorado Springs* Colorado College at Chadron State* #21 Colorado Christian*

W L W L L L L L W W L W W W W W W W L

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


10/11 Colorado Mines* W 3-1 10/12 Metro State* W 3-0 10/18 at Fort Hays State* W 3-0 10/19 at #7 Nebraska-Kearney* L 0-3 10/23 Denver W 3-0 10/25 Chadron State* W 3-0 11/01 at Metro State* L 1-3 11/02 at Colorado Mines* L 2-3 11/03 at #17 Colorado Christian* W 3-0 11/08 #7 Nebraska-Kearney* W 3-2 11/09 Fort Hays State* W 3-0 11/15 vs. Mesa State$ L 2-3 11/22 Southern Colorado% W 3-1 11/23 #8 Nebraska-Kearney% L 0-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match @ - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) $ - RMAC Tournament (Neb.-Kearney/Kearney, Neb.) % - NCAA Northwest Regional (Regis/Denver, Colo.)

1997 • 32-4 (18-1 RMAC/1st) Home: 21-0 ● Away: 8-4 ● Neutral: 3-0 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (309-132) 8/29 vs. Sonoma State@ W 3-1 8/29 at #6 Cal State-Bakersfield@ L 2-3 8/30 vs. Ferris State@ W 3-0 8/30 vs. Mercyhurst@ W 3-0 9/05 Lewis# W 3-1 9/05 Texas Women’s# W 3-0 9/06 #12 UC-Riverside# W 3-0 9/06 #7 West Texas A&M# W 3-1 9/11 Adams State* W 3-0 9/13 Fort Lewis* W 3-0 9/16 Hawaii-Hilo W 3-0 9/19 at Western State* W 3-1 9/20 at Mesa State* W 3-0 9/26 New Mexico Highlands* W 3-0 9/27 #10 Southern Colorado* W 3-0 9/28 UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-1 9/30 at Northern Colorado W 3-1 10/02 Chadron State* W 3-0 10/10 at #15 Metro State* L 0-3 10/11 at Colorado Mines* W 3-0 10/12 at #11 Colorado Christian* W 3-0 10/17 Fort Hays State* W 3-0 10/18 #14 Nebraska-Kearney* W 3-0 10/24 at Chadron State* W 3-0 10/30 #11 Metro State* W 3-1 10/31 Colorado Mines* W 3-0 11/01 #14 Colorado Christian* W 3-0 11/05 at Denver L 0-3 11/07 at #13 Nebraska-Kearney* W 3-1 11/08 at Fort Hays State* W 3-1 11/14 Colorado Mines$ W 3-0 11/15 #13 Nebraska-Kearney$ W 3-0 11/15 #19 Southern Colorado$ W 3-0 11/22 Hawaii-Hilo% W 3-2 11/23 #13 Metro State% W 3-0 12/05 at #4 Cal State-Bakersfield& L 1-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match @ - Cal St.-Bakersfield Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.) # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) $- RMAC Tournament (Regis/Denver, Colo.) % - NCAA Northwest Regional (Regis/Denver, Colo.) & - NCAA Elite Eight (Bakersfield, Calif.)

1998 • 31-4 (17-2 RMAC/1st) Home: 16-1 ● Away: 10-1 ● Neutral: 5-2 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (340-136) 8/28 vs. #10 Barry@ W 3-0 8/28 vs. #24 North Florida@ W 3-1 8/29 vs. Henderson State@ W 3-0 8/29 at #2 Tampa@ W 3-2 9/04 Lock Haven# W 3-0 9/04 #1 West Texas A&M# W 3-1 9/05 vs. #11 Central Missouri State# W 3-1 9/05 vs. #4 BYU-Hawaii# L 0-3 9/11 at #18 Nebraska-Kearney* W 3-0 9/12 at Fort Hays State* W 3-0 9/15 Northern Colorado W 3-0 9/18 Colorado Mines* W 3-0 9/19 #20 Metro State* L 2-3 9/22 Chadron State* W 3-0 9/25 at Colorado Christian* W 3-0 10/02 Adams State* W 3-0 10/03 Fort Lewis* W 3-0 10/09 Mesa State* W 3-0 10/10 Western State* W 3-0 10/15 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-0 10/16 at New Mexico Highlands* W 3-0 10/17 at Southern Colorado* W 3-0 10/23 #16 Nebraska-Kearney* W 3-1 10/24 Fort Hays State* W 3-1 10/29 at #19 Metro State* L 2-3 10/30 at Colorado Mines* W 3-0 11/03 at Chadron State* W 3-0 11/06 #17 Colorado Christian* W 3-2 11/07 at Denver W 3-2 11/13 Nebraska-Kearney$ W 3-0 11/14 #14 Metro State$ W 3-2 11/20 Cameron% W 3-1 11/21 #14 Metro State% W 3-1 12/04 vs. Pace& W 3-0 12/05 vs. #6 North Dakota State& L 2-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match @ - Tampa University Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) $- RMAC Tournament % - NCAA Southwest Regional (Regis/Denver, Colo.) & - NCAA Elite Eight (Kissimmee, Fla.)

1999 • 22-11 (17-2 RMAC/1st) Home: 11-2 ● Away: 8-7 ● Neutral: 3-2 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (362-147) 8/25 8/26 8/27 8/27 8/28 8/28 9/03 9/03 9/04 9/04 9/10 9/11 9/14 9/17 9/18 9/21 9/23 10/01 10/02 10/08 10/09 10/14

at #2 BYU-Hawaii at #1 Hawaii-Pacific vs. Westmont@ vs. Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne@ vs. Westmont@ at #2 BYU-Hawaii Northern Colorado# #9 Central Missouri# #13 West Texas A&M# #25 Minnesota-Duluth# #17 Nebraska-Kearney* Fort Hays State* at #18 Northern Colorado at Colorado Mines* at Metro State* at Chadron State* #17 Colorado Christian* at Adams State* at Fort Lewis* at Mesa State* at Western State* UC-Colorado Springs*

L L W L W L W W L L W W L W W W W W W W L W

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

10/15 New Mexico Highlands* W 3-0 10/16 Southern Colorado* W 3-2 10/22 at #14 Nebraska-Kearney* L 1-3 10/23 at Fort Hays State* W 3-1 10/29 Colorado Mines* W 3-1 10/30 Metro State* W 3-1 11/02 Chadron State* W 3-1 11/05 at Colorado Christian* W 3-2 11/12 vs. Mesa State$ W 3-1 11/12 vs. #23 Western State$ L 0-3 11/20 at #4 West Texas A&M% L 0-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match @ - Match played at BYU-Hawaii # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) $ - RMAC Tournament (Kearney, Neb.) % - NCAA Div. II Southwest Regional (Canyon, Texas)

2000 • 22-10 (15-4 RMAC/4th) Home: 10-4 ● Away: 7-6 ● Neutral: 5-0 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (384-157) 8/25 vs. Dallas Baptist@ W 3-1 8/25 vs. Incarnate Word@ W 3-0 8/26 vs. Eastern New Mexico@ W 3-1 8/26 at #4 West Texas A&M@ L 0-3 8/30 #9 Northern Colorado L 0-3 9/01 #21 Cameron# W 3-1 9/01 #6 Augustana# L 0-3 9/02 #16 Central Missouri State# L 0-3 9/02 Colorado Christian# W 3-0 9/08 at Chadron State* W 3-0 9/09 at Colorado Christian* W 3-2 9/15 Fort Hays State* W 3-0 9/16 #13 Nebraska-Kearney* L 1-3 9/19 Colorado Mines* W 3-0 9/23 at Metro State* L 0-3 9/28 at Western State* L 1-3 9/29 at Mesa State* W 3-0 10/07 at Adams State* W 3-1 10/08 at Fort Lewis* W 3-1 10/13 UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-0 10/14 Southern Colorado* W 3-0 10/20 Chadron State* W 3-0 10/21 Colorado Christian* W 3-2 10/27 at #11 Nebraska-Kearney* L 1-3 10/28 at Fort Hays State* W 3-0 11/01 at Colorado Mines* W 3-0 11/03 New Mexico Highlands* W 3-0 11/04 #22 Metro State* W 3-1 11/10 vs. New Mexico Highlands$ W 3-2 11/10 at #14 Nebraska-Kearney$ L 0-3 11/16 vs. Metro State% W 3-1 11/17 at #3 West Texas A&M% L 0-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match @ - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) $ - RMAC Tournament (Kearney, Neb.) % - NCAA SW Regional (West Texas A&M/Canyon, Texas)

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2001 • 24-9 (15-4 RMAC/4th) Home: 13-4 ● Away: 8-3 ● Neutral: 3-2 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (408-166) 8/24 vs. Cal. State-Dominguez Hills@ W 3-0 8/24 vs. #9 Cal. St.-San Bernardino@ L 1-3 8/25 vs. #6 Cal. St.-Los Angeles@ W 3-1 8/25 at UC-San Diego@ W 3-0 8/31 Abilene Christian# W 3-1 8/31 #13 Northern Colorado# W 3-1 9/01 #3 West Texas A&M# L 0-3 9/01 #6 Western State# L 1-3 9/07 Chadron State* W 3-0 9/08 Colorado Christian* W 3-0 9/14 at Fort Hays State* W 3-2 9/15 at #13 Nebraska-Kearney* L 0-3 9/18 at Colorado Mines* W 3-0 9/21 #6 Tampa W 3-0 9/22 #11 Metro State* L 1-3 9/24 St. Edward’s W 3-0 9/27 #4 Western State* W 3-2 9/28 Mesa State* W 3-1 10/03 St. Mary’s (Texas) W 3-0 10/06 Adams State* W 3-1 10/07 Fort Lewis* W 3-0 10/12 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-2 10/13 at Southern Colorado* W 3-0 10/14 at New Mexico Highlands* W 3-0 10/19 at Chadron State* W 3-0 10/20 at Colorado Christian* W 3-0 10/26 Fort Hays State* W 3-1 10/27 #14 Nebraska-Kearney* L 0-3 11/01 Colorado Mines* W 3-0 11/03 at #8 Metro State* L 1-3 11/09 vs. Fort Hays State$ W 3-1 11/10 at #9 Metro State$ L 2-3 11/16 vs. #13 Nebraska-Kearney% L 1-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match @ - UC-San Diego Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) $ - RMAC Tournament (Denver, Colo./Metro St.) % - NCAA SW Regional (West Texas A&M/Canyon, Texas)

2002 • 15-14 (10-9 RMAC/4th East) Home: 9-5 ● Away: 4-7 ● Neutral: 2-2 Head Coach: Michelle Buckner (15-14) 8/30 8/30 8/31 8/31 9/06 9/06 9/07 9/07 9/13 9/14 9/20 9/21 9/24 9/27 9/28 10/03 10/04 10/05 10/10 10/11 10/19 10/20 10/25 10/26 11/01

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vs. #5 Truman State@ vs. #15 Central Missouri State@ vs. New Haven@ vs. Missouri Southern@ Minnesota-Duluth# #6 Barry# Cameron# #16 Metro State# #19 Metro State* Colorado Christian* at #12 Nebraska-Kearney* at Fort Hays State* #6 Northern Colorado Colorado Mines* Chadron State* New Mexico Highlands* Southern Colorado* UC-Colorado Springs* at Western State* at Mesa State* at Adams State* at Fort Lewis* at #12 Metro State* at Colorado Christian* #12 Nebraska-Kearney*

L L W W L W W W L W L W L W W W L W L L L W L W L

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

11/02 Fort Hays State* W 3-1 11/08 at Colorado Mines* W 3-0 11/09 at Chadron State* L 2-3 11/15 at #12 Metro State$ L 0-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match @ - Neb.-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) $ - RMAC Tournament (Denver, Colo./Metro St.)

2003 • 14-16 (11-8 RMAC/5th) Home: 6-6 ● Away: 5-7 ● Neutral: 3-3 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (422-182)

10/16 at Western State* W 3-1 10/22 at Colorado Christian* W 3-0 10/23 at Metro State* L 0-3 10/26 Colorado Mines* L 0-3 10/30 Chadron State* W 3-1 11/05 #1 Nebraska-Kearney* L 0-3 11/06 #13 Fort Hays State* L 1-3 11/12 vs. Mesa State$ L 0-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match @ - Rockhurst Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) $ - RMAC Tournament (Kearney, Neb.)

2005 • 6-21 (5-14 RMAC/11th)

8/29 vs. #7 Grand Valley State@ L 1-3 8/29 at #12 West Texas A&M@ L 0-3 8/30 vs. Texas Lutheran@ W 3-0 8/30 vs. Eastern New Mexico@ W 3-1 9/05 St. Edward’s# L 1-3 9/05 #21 Northern Colorado# L 0-3 9/06 vs. #22 Central Missouri State# L 0-3 9/06 vs. Cameron# L 0-3 9/12 at #7 Metro State* L 0-3 9/13 at Colorado Christian* W 3-1 9/19 #12 Nebraska-Kearney* L 0-3 9/20 Fort Hays State* L 0-3 9/23 at #19 Northern Colorado L 0-3 9/26 at Colorado Mines* W 3-1 9/27 at Chadron State* L 1-3 10/02 at New Mexico Highlands* W 3-1 10/03 at CSU-Pueblo* W 3-1 10/04 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-0 10/09 Western State* W 3-1 10/10 Mesa State* L 2-3 10/18 Adams State* W 3-1 10/19 Fort Lewis* W 3-1 10/24 #4 Metro State* L 2-3 10/25 Colorado Christian* W 3-0 10/31 at #10 Nebraska-Kearney* L 0-3 11/01 at #21 Fort Hays State* L 0-3 11/04 Colorado Mines* W 3-1 11/08 Chadron State* W 3-0 11/14 vs. #20 Fort Hays State$ W 3-0 11/15 at #7 Metro State$ L 0-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match @ - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) $ - RMAC Tournament (Denver, Colo./Metro St.)

8/26 at Nebraska-Omaha@ L 0-3 8/26 vs. SIU - Edwardsville@ L 1-3 8/27 vs. #19 Rockhurst@ L 0-3 8/27 vs. Drury@ W 3-2 9/02 #6 Concordia-St. Paul# L 0-3 9/02 Abilene Christian# L 0-3 9/03 vs Nebraska-Omaha# L 0-3 9/03 vs. #21 Augustana (S.D.)# L 1-3 9/06 Colorado Mines* L 1-3 9/10 Chadron State* W 3-0 9/16 #3 Nebraska-Kearney* L 0-3 9/17 Fort Hays State* L 1-3 9/23 at Colorado Christian* W 3-0 9/24 at Metro State* L 2-3 10/01 Adams State* L 1-3 10/02 Fort Lewis* L 0-3 10/06 at New Mexico Highlands* L 0-3 10/07 at CSU-Pueblo* L 0-3 10/08 at UC-Colorado Springs* L 0-3 10/14 Mesa State* L 1-3 10/15 Western State* W 3-0 10/21 Colorado Christian* W 3-0 10/22 Metro State* L 0-3 10/25 at Colorado Mines* L 0-3 10/29 at Chadron State* W 3-1 11/04 at #1 Nebraska-Kearney* L 0-3 11/05 at Fort Hays State* L 1-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match @ - University of Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro)

2004 • 12-16 (10-9 RMAC/7th)

2006 • 16-13 (13-6 RMAC/5th)

Home: 5-6 ● Away: 5-6 ● Neutral: 2-4 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (434-198)

Home: 5-4 ● Away: 6-3 ● Neutral: 5-6 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (456-232)

8/27 8/27 8/28 8/28 9/03 9/03 9/04 9/04 9/07 9/11 9/17 9/18 9/24 9/25 10/02 10/03 10/07 10/08 10/09 10/15

vs. Texas Woman’s@ vs. Washburn@ vs. Drury@ at #20 Rockhurst@ #11 North Florida# #1 Concordia-St. Paul# vs. Cameron# vs. New Haven# at Colorado Mines* at Chadron State* at #1 Nebraska-Kearney* at #15 Fort Hays State* Colorado Christian* Metro State* at Adams State* at Fort Lewis* New Mexico Highlands* CSU-Pueblo* UC-Colorado Springs* at Mesa State*

W L L L L L L W W W L L W W L W W L W L

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

Home: 3-9 ● Away: 2-8 ● Neutral: 1-4 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (440-219)

8/24 8/25 8/25 8/26 8/29 9/01 9/01 9/02 9/02 9/08 9/09 9/09 9/12 9/16 9/22 9/23 9/29 9/30 10/06 10/06

at #2 Tampa# vs. #15 Lock Haven# vs. Northern Kentucky# vs. St. Edwards# Minnesota-Crookston #10 Central Missouri State$ #4 Concordia-St. Paul$ vs. Mesa State$ vs. Augustana$ vs. New Mexico Highlands*% vs. Western State*% at Adams State* at UC-Colorado Springs* at Colorado Mines* Metro State* Colorado Christian* at Chadron State* at Nebraska-Kearney* vs. CSU-Pueblo*& vs. Fort Lewis*&

L L W W W L L L L W W W W W L W W L W L

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


10/07 vs. Western New Mexico*& L 0-3 10/07 at Mesa State* W 3-2 10/13 at Colorado Christian* W 3-0 10/14 at Metro State* L 2-3 10/20 Nebraska-Kearney* L 2-3 10/21 Chadron State* W 3-0 10/24 UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-0 10/27 Colorado Mines* W 3-1 11/02 vs. Mesa State! L 2-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match # - University of Tampa Invite (Tampa, Fla.) $ - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) % - Played at Adams State (Alamosa, Colo.) & - Played at Mesa State (Grand Junction, Colo.) ! - RMAC Tournament (Silver City, N.M.)

2007 • 11-17 (9-10 RMAC/8th) Home: 6-5 ● Away: 3-9 ● Neutral: 2-3 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (467-249) 8/23 vs. #4 UC-San Diego# L 8/24 at #3 Cal State-San Bernardino# L 8/24 vs. #25 Southwest Minn. State# L 8/25 vs. Cal State-Dominguez Hills# W 8/31 #17 Cal State-Los Angeles$ L 8/31 #2 Minnesota-Duluth$ L 9/01 vs. #13 Chico State$ L 9/01 vs. Lock Haven$ W 9/04 at UC-Colorado Springs* L 9/08 Colorado Mines* W 9/14 Chadron State* W 9/15 #25 Nebraska-Kearney* L 9/21 at Colorado Christian* W 9/22 at Metro State* L 9/27 Western State* W 9/28 CSU-Pueblo* L 9/29 Adams State* W 10/05 at New Mexico Highlands* W 10/06 at Western New Mexico* L 10/12 at Fort Lewis* L 10/13 at Mesa State* L 10/19 Metro State* W 10/20 Colorado Christian* W 10/26 at #21 Nebraska-Kearney* L 10/27 at Chadron State* L 10/30 UC-Colorado Springs* L 11/02 at Colorado Mines* W 11/09 at #21 Nebraska-Kearney% L * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match

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

# - Cal St.-San Bernardino Tourney (San Bernardino, Calif.)

$ - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro) % - RMAC Tournament (Kearney, Neb.)

2008 • 19-12 (12-7 RMAC/5th) Home: 6-5 ● Away: 7-5 ● Neutral: 6-2 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (486-261) 8/28 8/29 8/29 8/30 9/5 9/5 9/6 9/6 9/12 9/13 9/19 9/20 9/23 9/27 10/2

at C.W. Post# vs. Dallas Baptist# vs. Franklin Pierce# vs. Bentley# #20 Central Missouri State$ #3 Concordia-St. Paul$ vs. Northwood (Mich.)$ vs. Hawai’i Hilo$ Chadron State* Colorado Mines* at UC-Colorado Springs* at Colorado Christian* at Metro State* #10 Nebrask-Kearney* at Fort Lewis*

W W W W L L L L W L W W L L L

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

10/4 at Mesa State* W 3-0 10/9 Western State* W 3-2 10/10 CSU-Pueblo* W 3-0 10/11 Adams State* W 3-1 10/17 at Western New Mexico* L 0-3 10/18 at New Mexico Highlands* W 3-1 10/21 Metro State* L 2-3 10/24 at #11 Nebraska-Kearney* L 1-3 10/31 Colorado Christian* W 3-0 11/1 UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-2 11/7 at Colorado Mines* W 3-0 11/8 at Chadron State* W 3-1 11/14 vs. Fort Lewis% W 3-0 11/15 vs. Adams State% W 3-1 11/16 vs. Mesa State% W 3-1 11/20 at #1 Concordia-St. Paul& L 1-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match # - C.W. Post Tournament (Brookville, N.Y.) $ - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) % - RMAC Tournament (Kearney, Neb.) & - NCAA Central Region Tournament (St. Paul, Minn.)

2009 • 14-14 (12-7 RMAC/6th) Home: 7-5 ● Away: 5-5 ● Neutral: 2-4 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (500-275)

2011 • 21-9 (12-6 RMAC/3rd East)

8/27 at #22 Augustana (S.D.)@ L 1-3 8/28 vs. Northern State@ W 3-2 8/28 vs. Missouri Western State@ W 3-0 8/29 vs. #8 Southwest Minn. State@ L 0-3 9/4 #15 West Florida# L 0-3 9/4 #8 Southwest Minn. State# L 1-3 9/5 vs. #19 Lewis# L 0-3 9/5 vs. Western Oregon# L 1-3 9/11 at Chadron State* W 3-0 9/12 at Colorado Mines* W 3-0 9/18 UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-2 9/19 Colorado Christian* W 3-0 9/22 #16 Metro State* W 3-0 9/25 #8 Nebraska-Kearney* L 0-3 10/2 New Mexico Highlands* W 3-0 10/3 Western New Mexico* W 3-1 10/8 Mesa State* L 0-3 10/10 Fort Lewis* W 3-2 10/15 at Western State* W 3-1 10/16 at CSU-Pueblo* W 3-2 10/17 at Adams State* L 2-3 10/20 at #21 Metro State* L 2-3 10/24 at #5 Nebraska-Kearney* L 0-3 10/30 Colorado Mines* L 2-3 10/31 Chadron State* W 3-0 11/6 at Colorado Christian* W 3-0 11/7 at UC-Colorado Springs* L 2-3 11/12 vs. #23 Metro State$ L 0-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match @- Augustana Tournament (Sioux Falls, S.D.) # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) $ - RMAC Tournament (Kearney, Neb.)

2010 • 17-12 (11-7 RMAC/5th) Home: 8-6 ● Away: 6-4 ● Neutral: 3-2 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (517-287) 9/3 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/10 9/10 9/11 9/11 9/16

vs. Minnesota State Moorhead@ vs. #15 Southwest Minn. State@ vs. Abilene Christian@ vs. Chaminade@ #19 Wayne State (Neb.)# #6 Saint Leo# #25 West Florida# #14 Lewis# Western State*

L L W W L W W L W

9/17 Mesa State* W 3-0 9/18 Fort Lewis* W 3-2 9/21 #14 Metro State* W 3-2 9/25 Colorado Christian* L 2-3 10/1 #10 Nebraska-Kearney* L 0-3 10/2 Chadron State* W 3-0 10/6 Notre Dame de Namur W 3-0 10/8 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-0 10/9 at Colorado Mines* L 0-3 10/14 at Western New Mexico* W 3-0 10/15 at New Mexico Highlands* W 3-0 10/16 at CSU-Pueblo* W 3-0 10/22 Colorado Mines* L 2-3 10/23 UC-Colorado Springs* L 2-3 10/29 at Chadron State* W 3-0 10/30 at #9 Nebraska-Kearney* L 0-3 11/2 at #14 Metro State* L 1-3 11/5 at Colorado Christian* W 3-0 11/11 vs. Colorado Mines$ W 3-1 11/12 at #10 Nebraska-Kearney$ L 2-3 * - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match @ - Colorado Mines Tournament (Golden, Colo.) #- Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis and Metro State) $ - RMAC Tournament (Kearney, Neb.)

Home: 9-5 ● Away: 6-4 ● Neutral: 6-0 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (538-296) 9/2 vs. East Central# W 9/2 vs. Abilene Christian# W 9/3 vs. Pace W 9/3 vs. Illinois-Springfield W 9/6 Johnson & Wales$ W 9/9 Florida Southern$ L 9/9 #1 Concordia-St. Paul$ L 9/10 vs. Nebraska-Omaha$ W 9/10 vs. Lock Haven$ W 9/15 at Western State* W 9/16 at Colorado Mesa* W 9/17 at Fort Lewis* W 9/20 at #9 Metro State* L 9/23 at Colorado Christian* W 9/27 Black Hills State W 9/30 at Chadron State* W 10/1 at #8 Nebraska-Kearney* L 10/7 Colorado Mines* L 10/8 UC-Colorado Springs* W 10/13 Western New Mexico* W 10/14 New Mexico Highlands* W 10/15 CSU-Pueblo* W 10/19 Ursuline W 10/21 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 10/22 at #22 Colorado Mines* L 10/28 #6 Nebraska-Kearney* L 10/29 Chadron State* W 11/1 #11 Metro State* L 11/5 Colorado Christian* W 11/8 at #6 Nebraska-Kearney% L * - RMAC Match # - St. Mary’s Tournament (San Antonio, Texas) $ - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis/Metro State) % - RMAC Tournament (Kearney, Neb.)

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

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

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2012 • 26-9 (16-3 RMAC/2nd East) Home: 15-2 ● Away: 8-4 ● Neutral: 3-3 Head Coach: Frank Lavrisha (564-305) 8/31 at #1 Concordia-St. Paul# L 0-3 8/31 vs. #6 Southwest Minnesota St.# L 0-3 9/01 vs. #10 Hillsdale# W 3-1 9/01 vs. #20 BYU-Hawaii# L 1-3 9/04 Johnson & Wales (Colo.) W 3-0 9/07 #9 Angelo State$ W 3-2 9/07 #11 CSU-San Bernardino$ W 3-0 9/08 vs. #3 Tampa$ L 1-3 9/08 vs. West Florida$ W 3-2 9/14 Black Hills State* W 3-0 9/15 Chadron State* W 3-1 9/18 South Dakota Mines W 3-0 9/21 at Colorado Christian* L 1-3 9/22 at #23 Colorado Mines* L 1-3 9/25 at #14 Metro State* W 3-1 9/29 UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-0 10/04 New Mexico Highlands* W 3-0 10/05 Western New Mexico* W 3-0 10/11 at #24 Adams State* W 3-2 10/12 at CSU-Pueblo* W 3-0 10/13 at Western State* W 3-0 10/18 Colorado Mesa* W 3-1 10/20 Fort Lewis* W 3-0 10/23 #23 Metro State* W 3-2 10/26 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 3-2 10/30 at Wyoming L 1-3 11/02 #14 Colorado Mines* L 0-3 11/03 Colorado Christian* W 3-1 11/09 at Chadron State* W 3-1 11/10 at Black Hills State* W 3-0 11/13 Western New Mexico! W 3-0 11/16 vs. #21 Adams State@ W 3-2 11/17 at #12 Colorado Mines% W 3-1 11/29 #25 Metro State^ W 3-2 11/30 #11 Angelo State^ L 0-3 * - RMAC Match # - Concordia-St. Paul Tournament (St. Paul, Minn.) $ - Colorado Premier Challenge (Regis/Metro State/ Denver, Colo.) ! - RMAC 1st Round @ - RMAC Semifinals (Colorado Mines/Golden, Colo.) % - RMAC Championship (Golden, Colo.) ^ - NCAA South Central Region Tournament (Regis)

The 1993 team went 23-13 overall and 11-3 in the CAC. They advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight before falling to Northern Colorado in three sets in Marquette, Mich.

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Opponent G W L Pct. Abilene Christian .................................5 ............4............ 1 ..........800 Adams State .................................... 22 ......... 18 .........4 ....... .818 Air Force ..............................................40...........27 .......... 13 ........675 Alaska-Anchorage ................................23...........13 .......... 10 ........565 Alaska-Fairbanks.................................15...........13 .......... 2 ..........867 Angelo State ........................................6 ............4............ 2 ..........667 Army ...................................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Augustana (S.D.)..................................7 ............3............ 4 ..........429 Barry ...................................................3 ............3............ 0 .......1.000 Bentley ................................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Bethel ..................................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Black Hills State .............................. 3 ........... 3 ...........0 ..... 1.000 Bradley ................................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 BYU-Hawaii .........................................6 ............0............ 6 ..........000 California-Baptist ................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 California, Davis ..................................5 ............3............ 2 ..........600 California, Riverside .............................5 ............3............ 2 ..........600 California, San Diego ....................... 2 ........... 1 ...........1 ....... .500 California State, Bakersfield.................17...........4............ 13 ........235 California State, Chico .........................4 ............3............ 1 ..........750 California State, Dominguez Hills .........3 ............2............ 1 ..........667 California State, Los Angeles ........... 3 ........... 2 ...........1 ....... .667 California State, Northridge .................7 ............0............ 7 ..........000 California State, Sacramento ...............6 ............0............ 6 ..........000 California State, San Bernardino ...... 4 ........... 2 ...........2 ....... .500 California State Poly, Pomona ..............8 ............5............ 3 ..........625 Cameron ..............................................5 ............3............ 2 ..........600 Central Missouri State .........................19...........7............ 12 ........368 Chadron State.................................. 40 ......... 34 .........6 ....... .850 Chaminade ..........................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Chapman.............................................6 ............5............ 1 ..........833 College of Santa Fe ..............................5 ............5............ 0 .......1.000 College of St. Mary’s (Neb.) ...................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Colorado ..............................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Colorado Christian ........................... 52 ......... 48 .........4 ....... .923 Colorado College ..................................21...........17 .......... 4 ..........810 Colorado Mesa ................................. 42 ......... 25 .........17...... .595 Colorado Mines ................................ 50 ......... 38 .........12...... .760 Colorado State .....................................6 ............1............ 5 ..........167 Colorado State-Pueblo ...................... 46 ......... 38 .........8 ....... .826 Colorado Women’s College ...................4 ............4............ 0 .......1.000 Concordia-St. Paul ...............................7 ............0............ 7 ..........000 Dallas Baptist ......................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Denver .................................................33...........30 .......... 3 ..........909 Drury ..................................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 East Central (Okla.) .............................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 East Texas State ..................................6 ............5............ 1 ..........833 Eastern Montana .................................12...........12 .......... 0 .......1.000 Eastern New Mexico .............................9 ............9............ 0 .......1.000 Edinboro..............................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Emporia State ......................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Ferris State ..........................................5 ............4............ 1 ..........800 Florida International ............................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Florida Southern..................................5 ............3............ 2 ..........600 Fort Hays State ....................................30...........22 .......... 8 ..........733 Fort Lewis ....................................... 32 ......... 25 .........7 ....... .781 Franklin Pierce ....................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Friends University ...............................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Grand Canyon .....................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Grand Valley State ...............................3 ............2............ 1 ..........667 Hastings College ..................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Hawaii-Hilo ..........................................6 ............2............ 4 ..........333 Hawaii-Pacific ......................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Henderson State ..................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Hillsdale College ..................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Idaho State ..........................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Illinois-Springfield................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Incarnate Word ....................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne .................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Johnson & Wales ............................. 2 ........... 2 ...........0 ..... 1.000 Kansas ................................................3 ............2............ 1 ..........667 Kansas State .......................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Kansas Wesleyan .................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Lethbridge College ...............................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Lewis ...................................................4 ............2............ 2 ..........500 Lock Haven ..........................................4 ............3............ 1 ..........750 Long Island, Post .................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Mansfield .............................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Marymount College ..............................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000

Opponent G W L Pct. McKendree College ...............................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Mercyhurst ..........................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Metro State ..................................... 93 ......... 46 .........47...... .495 Michigan Tech .....................................3 ............2............ 1 ..........667 Minnesota-Crookston...........................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Minnesota-Duluth ...............................6 ............2............ 4 ..........333 Minnesota St.-Mankato ........................3 ............3............ 0 .......1.000 Minnesota St.-Moorhead ......................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Missouri Southern ...............................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Missouri-St. Louis ...............................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Missouri Western .................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Montana State .....................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Montana Tech ......................................3 ............3............ 0 .......1.000 Morningside .........................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Nazareth College ..................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Nebraska-Kearney ...............................45...........11 .......... 34 ........244 Nebraska-Omaha .................................12...........4............ 8 ..........333 New Haven...........................................3 ............3............ 0 .......1.000 New Mexico Highlands ..................... 31 ......... 30 .........1 ....... .968 Newman (Kan.) ....................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 North Dakota .......................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 North Dakota State ..............................11...........4............ 7 ..........364 North Florida .......................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Northern Arizona .................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Northern Colorado ...............................48...........15 .......... 33 ........313 Northern Kentucky ..............................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Northern Michigan ...............................6 ............2............ 4 ..........333 Northern State (S.D.) ...........................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Northwood ...........................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Notre Dame de Namur .........................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Oakland...............................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Oklahoma Baptist ................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Oklahoma Panhandle State ..................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Pace.....................................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Portland State ......................................13...........5............ 8 ..........385 Puget Sound ........................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Rockhurst............................................2 ............0............ 2 ..........000 Saint Leo .............................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Seattle Pacific ......................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Sonoma State .................................. 3 ........... 3 ...........0 ..... 1.000 South Dakota Mines ............................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 South Dakota State .............................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Southeast Missouri State .....................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 SIU-Edwardsville .................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Southern Utah State ............................10...........4............ 6 ..........400 Southwest Minnesota State ..................5 ............0............ 5 ..........000 St. Cloud State ....................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 St. Edward’s ........................................3 ............2............ 1 ..........667 St. John’s College ................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) ................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 St. Mary’s (Texas).................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 St. Mary of the Plains...........................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 St. Xavier College .................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Sterling College ....................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Tampa ............................................. 9 ........... 5 ...........4 ....... .556 Texas-El Paso (UTEP) ...........................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Texas Lutheran ....................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Texas Wesleyan ...................................2 ............0............ 2 ..........000 Texas Woman’s College ........................3 ............3............ 0 .......1.000 Trinity .................................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Truman ...............................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Tulsa ...................................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 UC-Colorado Springs ........................ 36 ......... 30 .........6 ....... .833 Ursuline ..............................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Utah State ...........................................2 ............0............ 2 ..........000 Washburn............................................2 ............1............ 1 ..........500 Wayne State (Mich.) .............................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Wayne State (Neb.) ...............................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 West Florida ........................................3 ............2............ 1 ..........667 West Texas A&M .............................. 19 ......... 9 ...........10...... .474 Western New Mexico ........................ 16 ......... 11 .........5 ....... .688 Western Oregon ...................................1 ............0............ 1 ..........000 Western State .................................. 39 ......... 31 .........8 ....... .795 Westmont ............................................2 ............2............ 0 .......1.000 Wright State ........................................1 ............1............ 0 .......1.000 Wyoming .............................................7 ............0............ 7 ..........000 Bold - 2013 Opponents

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All-Time Home Neutral

Abilene Christian (Texas) 4-1 2-1 2-0

09/21/85 W 3-1 08/31/01 W 3-1 09/02/05 L 0-3 09/04/10 W 3-0 09/02/11 W 3-0 # - Colorado Mines Tournament (Golden, Colo.) $ - St. Mary’s Tournament (San Antonio, Texas) All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

H H H N# N$

Adams State (Colo.) 18-4 8-1 6-3 3-0 11-4

09/27/80 W 3-0 H 10/09/81 W 2-0 10/15/82 W 3-1 A 10/30/82 W 3-0 H 10/08/93 W 3-1 N# 09/14/96 W 3-1 A* 09/11/97 W 3-0 H* 10/02/98 W 3-0 H* 10/01/99 W 3-0 A* 10/07/00 W 3-1 A* 10/06/01 W 3-1 H* 10/19/02 L 1-3 A* 10/18/03 W 3-1 H* 10/02/04 L 0-3 A* 10/01/05 L 1-3 H* 09/09/06 W 3-0 A* 09/29/07 W 3-2 H* 10/11/08 W 3-1 H* 11/15/08 W 3-1 N! 10/17/09 L 2-3 A* 10/11/12 W (24) 3-2 A* 11/16/12 W (21) 3-2 N@ # - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.) * - RMAC Match ! - RMAC Tournament (Nebraska-Kearney/Kearney, Neb.) @ - RMAC Semi-finals (Colorado Mines/Golden, Colo.) All-Time Home Away Neutral CDC CAC

Air Force (Colo.) 27-13 14-3 10-6 1-2 9-2 10-2

09/29/79 10/27/79 11/12/79 10/21/80 09/18/81 10/02/81 09/28/82 09/20/83 10/04/83 10/14/83 10/15/83 10/09/84 10/28/84 11/14/84 11/18/84 09/21/85 10/09/85 11/07/85

W W W W L L L L L L L W L L L W L W

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

A# N$ H H A N% N% H! A A! H@ H A! H!

10/01/86 W 3-0 A! 10/21/86 W 3-0 H! 10/21/87 W 3-1 A! 11/03/87 W 3-1 H! 10/26/88 W 3-0 H! 11/09/88 W (17) 3-0 A! 10/03/89 W (18) 3-2 A! 10/26/89 W 3-0 H! 11/05/89 W 3-1 A 10/11/90 W (18) 3-0 H^ 11/07/90 W 3-0 A^ 10/15/91 W 3-2 A^ 11/06/91 W (18) 3-0 H^ 10/16/92 W (25) 3-0 H^ 11/17/92 L (21) 0-3 A^ 10/12/93 W 3-0 A^ 11/09/93 W 3-1 H^ 10/12/94 W (11) 3-2 H^ 11/09/94 L (9) 2-3 A^ 11/18/94 W (9) 3-2 H& 10/11/95 W 3-0 H^ 11/07/95 W 3-0 A^ # - Air Force Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - Played at Colorado Women’s College (Denver, Colo.) % - Colorado College Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) ! - CDC Match @ - CDC Tournament ^ - CAC Match & - NCAA Div. II NW Regional (Regis) All-Time Home Away Neutral CDC

Alaska-Anchorage 13-10 6-0 5-3 2-7 9-2

09/25/82 L 1-3 A 09/26/82 L 1-3 A 11/12/82 L 0-2 N# 11/13/82 L 0-2 N# 10/20/84 L 1-3 N*$ 10/21/84 L 2-3 N*$ 11/17/84 W 3-0 H% 11/14/85 W 3-0 A* 11/15/85 W 3-0 A* 11/05/86 W 3-1 H* 11/06/86 W 3-2 H* 11/07/86 L 2-3 N! 10/08/87 W 3-1 A 10/09/87 L 0-3 A 11/17/87 W 3-0 H* 10/14/88 W 3-2 H* 10/31/88 W 3-0 H* 10/15/89 L 0-3 N@ 10/19/89 W (20) 3-1 A* 10/20/89 W (20) 3-0 A* 11/04/90 L (17) 1-3 N! 11/08/92 W (25) 3-2 N! 10/22/94 W 3-0 N@ # - Northern Colorado Tournament (Greeley, Colo.) * - CDC Match $ - Played at Alaska-Fairbanks (Fairbanks, Alaska) % - CDC Tournament ! - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) @ - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.)

All-Time Home Away CDC 09/23/82 09/24/82 10/30/82 10/19/84 10/20/84 11/16/85 11/17/85 10/07/86 10/08/86 10/10/87 10/11/87 09/29/88 10/16/88 10/21/89 10/22/89 * - CDC Match All-Time Home Neutral

Alaska-Fairbanks 13-2 5-0 8-2 9-1 L W W L W W W W W W W W W W W

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

Angelo State (Texas) 4-2 3-1 1-1

10/03/85 W 3-1 10/13/89 L 1-3 09/21/91 W 3-1 09/01/95 W 3-0 09/07/12 W (9) 3-2 11/30/12 L (11) 0-3 # - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) $ - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) ! - NCAA Div. II South Central Region (Regis) All-Time Neutral

A A H A* A* A* A* H* H* A A H* H* A* A*

H N# H N$ H H!

Army (N.Y.) 1-0 1-0

11/13/87 W (13) 3-0 N# # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) All-Time Home Away Neutral

Augustana (S.D.) 3-4 1-1 0-1 2-2

09/20/85 W 3-1 H 09/06/91 W 3-2 N# 10/31/93 W (24) 3-1 N$ 09/01/00 L (6) 0-3 H 09/03/05 L (21) 1-3 N! 09/02/06 L 1-3 N! 08/27/09 L (22) 1-3 A # - Missouri-St. Louis Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.) $ - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) ! - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.)


All-Time Home Neutral

Barry (Fla.) 3-0 1-0 2-0

All-Time Neutral

09/30/94 W (9) 3-2 N# 08/28/98 W (10) 3-0 N$ 09/06/02 W (6) 3-1 H # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - Tampa Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) All-Time Neutral

Bentley (Mass.) 1-0 1-0

08/30/08 W 3-2 # - LIU Post Tournament (Brookville, N.Y.) All-Time Away

Bethel (Kan.) 0-1 0-1

09/30/83

L

All-Time Home Away RMAC

1-3

A

Black Hills State (S.D.) 3-0 2-0 1-0 2-0

09/27/11 09/14/12 11/10/12

W W W

All-Time Home Neutral

Bradley (Ind.) 1-1 1-0 0-1

3-0 3-0 3-0

10/08/83 L 1-2 10/10/83 W 3-2 # - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) All-Time Home Away Neutral

N#

H H* A*

All-Time Home Away Neutral

California, Riverside 3-2 1-0 1-0 1-2

11/14/87 L 1-3 N# 12/09/88 W 3-0 N$ 11/15/91 W (11) 3-1 A 10/03/92 L (18) 1-3 N% 09/06/97 W (12) 3-0 H # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - NCAA Elite Eight (North Dakota State/Fargo, N.D.) % - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) All-Time Away Neutral

N# H All-Time Home Away Neutral

BYU-Hawaii 0-6 0-1 0-3 0-2

California Baptist 1-0 1-0

09/17/88 W 2-1 # - California State-Dominguez Hills Tournament (Dominguez Hills, Calif.)

09/16/88 W 2-0 N# 10/21/88 W 3-0 N$ 10/23/88 W 3-0 N$ 11/02/90 L (10) 1-3 N% 10/30/93 L (7) 2-3 N% # - California State-Dominguez Hills Tournament (Dominguez Hills, Calif.) $ - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) % - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.)

California, San Diego 1-1 1-0 0-1

08/25/01 W 3-0 A 08/23/07 L (4) 0-3 N# # - California State, San Bernardino Tournament (San Bernardino, Calif.)

11/04/95 L 0-3 A 09/07/96 L 0-3 H 09/05/98 L (4) 0-3 N# 08/25/99 L (2) 0-3 A 08/28/99 L (2) 0-3 A 09/01/12 L (20) 1-3 N$ # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) $ - Concordia-St. Paul Tournament (St. Paul, Minn.) All-Time Neutral

California, Davis 3-2 3-2

N#

California State, Bakersfield 4-13 0-3 0-6 4-4

10/26/85 W 2-0 N# 11/05/88 W (11) 3-0 N# 09/17/89 W (9) 3-0 N$ 09/20/90 L (7) 0-3 A 09/29/90 L (6) 2-3 N@ 11/30/90 L (3) 1-3 A% 10/04/91 L (6) 0-3 N@ 11/02/91 W (4) 3-1 N# 11/17/91 L (6) 1-3 A 10/03/92 L (6) 0-3 N@ 09/25/93 L (4) 1-3 H 09/17/94 L (4) 0-3 H 09/23/94 L (1) 0-3 A 10/29/94 L (1) 0-3 N@ 09/15/95 L (8) 0-3 H 08/29/97 L (6) 2-3 A 12/05/97 L (4) 1-3 A% # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) @ - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) % - NCAA Elite Eight (CSU-Bakersfield)

All-Time Home Neutral

California State, Chico 3-1 1-0 2-1

09/14/90 W (20) 3-2 H 10/29/94 W 3-0 N# 09/01/95 W 3-0 N$ 09/01/07 L (13) 0-3 N! # - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) $ - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) ! - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) All-Time Home Neutral

California State, Dominguez Hills 2-1 0-1 2-0

09/26/87 L 0-3 H 08/24/01 W 3-0 N# 08/25/07 W 3-0 N$ # - UC-San Diego Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) $ - California State, San Bernardino Tournament (San Bernardino, Calif.) All-Time Home Neutral

California State, Los Angeles 2-1 1-1 1-0

09/27/86 W 3-0 08/25/01 W (6) 3-1 08/31/07 L (17) 1-3 # - UC-San Diego Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) All-Time Neutral

H N# H

California State, Northridge 0-7 0-7

10/30/83 L 0-3 N# 10/27/84 L 0-2 N# 10/26/85 L 1-2 N# 11/09/86 L (1) 0-3 N# 09/16/88 L (3) 0-2 N$ 11/06/88 L (4) 2-3 N# 09/23/89 L (4) 0-3 N% # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - California State-Dominguez Hills Tournament (Dominguez Hills, Calif.) % - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) All-Time Neutral

California State, Sacramento 0-6 0-6

10/27/84 L 0-2 N# 10/26/85 L 1-2 N# 09/17/88 L (1) 1-2 N$ 11/06/88 L (3) 1-3 N# 09/22/90 L (1) 0-3 N% 09/28/90 L (1) 0-3 N# # - Cal State, Dominguez Hills Tournament (Dominguez Hills, Calif.) $ - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) % - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.)

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All-Time Home Away Neutral

California State, San Bernardino 2-2 1-0 0-1 1-1

08/31/96 W (2) 3-0 N# 08/24/01 L (9) 1-3 N$ 08/24/07 L (3) 0-3 A 09/07/12 W (11) 3-0 H # - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) $ - UC-San Diego Tournament (San Diego, Calif.) All-Time Away Neutral

California State Poly, Pomona 5-3 1-1 4-2

10/26/85 L 0-2 N# 11/08/86 W 3-1 N# 11/15/87 W 3-2 N# 09/15/88 W (12) 3-1 A 11/16/91 L (12) 1-3 A 11/06/92 L (13) 2-3 N# 10/29/93 W (11) 3-1 N# 10/02/94 W (22) 3-0 N# # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) All-Time Home Neutral

Cameron (Okla.) 3-2 3-0 0-2

11/20/98 W 3-1 H% 09/01/00 W (21) 3-1 H 09/07/02 W 3-0 H 09/06/03 L 0-3 N# 09/04/04 L 1-3 N# % - NCAA SW Regional (Regis) # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) All-Time Home Away Neutral

Central Missouri State 7-12 1-4 0-3 6-5

10/29/83 L 0-2 N# 10/30/83 W 3-1 N# 10/17/86 L (6) 0-3 A 12/05/86 L (6) 0-3 A$ 11/13/87 L (2) 1-3 N# 10/14/89 W (7) 3-1 N% 09/29/90 L (2) 0-3 N@ 11/01/91 W (9) 3-0 N# 09/11/92 L (12) 1-3 A 10/09/93 W (15) 3-2 N! 11/19/93 W (22) 3-1 N^ 09/06/96 L (5) 1-3 H 09/05/98 W (11) 3-1 N& 09/03/99 W (9) 3-2 H 09/02/00 L (16) 0-3 H 08/30/02 L (15) 0-3 N? 09/06/03 L (22) 0-3 N& 09/01/06 L (10) 2-3 H 09/05/08 L (20) 1-3 H # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - NCAA Regional (Warrensburg, Mo.) % - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) @ - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) ! - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.)

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^ - NCAA Regional (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) & - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) ? - Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

All-Time Neutral

09/25/81 10/09/81 09/10/82 10/22/83 09/15/84 A H H H N# A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A*

Chaminade (Hawaii) 1-0 1-0

09/04/10 W 3-0 # - Colorado Mines Tournament (Golden, Colo.) All-Time Neutral

All-Time Home Away

Chadron State (Neb.) 34-6 17-3 15-3 1-0 31-3

09/28/79 W 3-0 10/11/80 W 3-2 09/11/82 L 1-2 09/09/83 L 1-2 09/10/83 L 0-2 09/02/94 W 3-0 10/04/96 W 3-0 10/25/96 W 3-0 10/02/97 W 3-0 10/24/97 W 3-0 09/22/98 W 3-0 11/03/98 W 3-0 09/21/99 W 3-0 11/02/99 W 3-1 09/08/00 W 3-0 10/20/00 W 3-0 09/07/01 W 3-0 10/19/01 W 3-0 09/28/02 W 3-1 11/09/02 L 2-3 09/27/03 L 1-3 11/08/03 W 3-0 09/11/04 W 3-0 10/30/04 W 3-1 09/10/05 W 3-0 10/29/05 W 3-1 09/29/06 W 3-0 10/21/06 W 3-0 09/14/07 W 3-0 10/27/07 L 2-3 09/12/08 W 3-0 11/08/08 W 3-1 09/11/09 W 3-0 10/31/09 W 3-0 10/02/10 W 3-0 10/29/10 W 3-0 09/30/11 W 3-0 10/29/11 W 3-0 09/15/12 W 3-1 11/09/12 W 3-1 # - Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) * - RMAC Match

$ - Cal State, Dominguez Hills Tournament (Dominguez Hills, Calif.)

N#

Chapman (Calif.) 5-1 5-1

10/29/83 L 1-2 N# 10/27/84 W 2-0 N# 11/07/86 W 3-0 N# 11/04/88 W (15) 3-2 N# 09/21/90 W (14) 3-2 N$ 09/22/90 W (14) 3-2 N$ # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.)

All-Time Neutral

College of Santa Fe (N.M.) 5-0 2-0 1-0 W W W W W

3-1 2-1 2-1 3-1 2-1

H A H

College of St. Mary’s (Neb.) 0-1 0-1

09/17/83 L 2-3 # - Played at Nebraska-Kearney (Kearney, Neb.)

N#

Colorado All-Time Home

0-1 0-1

10/03/87

L

All-Time Home Away Neutral CAC RMAC 09/17/82 10/01/82 09/08/83 10/07/83 10/25/83 10/04/90 10/11/90 09/04/91 10/10/91 10/06/92 10/29/92 09/30/93 10/26/93 09/28/94 10/25/94 10/05/95 10/31/95 10/10/96 11/03/96 10/12/97 11/01/97 09/25/98 11/06/98 09/23/99 11/05/99 09/02/00 09/09/00 10/21/00 09/08/01 10/20/01 09/14/02 10/26/02 09/13/03 10/25/03 09/24/04 10/22/04 09/23/05 10/21/05 09/23/06

1-3

H

Colorado Christian 48-4 25-2 21-2 2-0 11-1 31-3 W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W L (21) W (17) W (11) W (14) W W (17) W (17) W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

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

N# H H N$ H A@ H@ H@ A@ A@ H@ H@ A@ A@ H@ H@ A@ H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* H A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H*


10/13/06 W 3-0 09/21/07 W 3-0 10/20/07 W 3-0 09/20/08 W 3-0 10/31/08 W 3-0 09/19/09 W 3-0 11/06/09 W 3-0 09/25/10 L 2-3 11/05/10 W 3-0 09/23/11 W 3-1 11/05/11 W 3-0 09/21/12 L 1-3 11/03/12 W 3-1 # - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.) $ -Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) @ - CAC Match * - RMAC Match All-Time Home Away Neutral

A* A* H* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* A* H*

Colorado College 17-4 8-0 7-1 1-1

09/29/79 W 3-2 11/12/79 L 0-3 09/18/81 L 0-3 10/05/82 W 3-2 A 10/12/82 W 3-1 H 11/12/82 W 2-1 N# 11/13/82 L 1-2 N# 09/14/83 L 2-3 A 10/10/83 W 3-0 H 10/15/83 W 2-0 A 09/12/84 W 3-0 A 11/09/84 W 3-1 H 09/18/85 W 3-2 A 10/16/85 W 3-0 H 09/16/86 W 3-0 H 09/16/87 W 3-2 A 09/13/88 W 3-1 H 09/13/89 W 3-0 A 09/17/92 W 3-1 H 09/14/93 W 3-1 A 10/01/96 W 3-0 H # - Northern Colorado Tournament (Greeley, Colo.) All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

Colorado Mesa 25-17 8-4 7-7 6-6 11-7

09/21/79 10/06/79 10/20/79 10/27/79 09/26/80 10/02/81 10/23/81 09/10/82 10/30/82 09/13/83 09/23/83 11/04/83 11/04/83 09/21/84 10/05/84 10/14/89 10/21/94 10/20/95 09/21/96 11/15/96

W W W L W W W W W L L W L L L W W W (21) W L

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

N# N$ H H H N@ A A% A% H A N! N! N! H* N^

09/20/97 W 3-0 A* 10/09/98 W 3-0 H* 10/08/99 W 3-0 A* 11/12/99 W 3-1 N^ 09/29/00 W 3-0 A* 09/28/01 W 3-1 H* 10/11/02 L 0-3 A* 10/10/03 L 2-3 H* 10/15/04 L 1-3 A* 11/12/04 L 0-3 N^ 10/14/05 L 1-3 H* 09/02/06 L 1-3 N& 10/07/06 W 3-2 A* 11/02/06 L 2-3 N? 10/13/07 L 1-3 A* 10/04/08 W 3-0 A* 11/16/08 W 3-1 N^ 10/08/09 L 0-3 H* 09/17/10 W 3-0 H* 09/16/11 W 3-1 A* 09/22/12 L (23) 1-3 A* 10/18/12 W 3-1 H* # - Fort Lewis Tournament (Durango, Colo.) $ - Air Force Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) @ - Played at Metro State (Denver, Colo.) % - NAIA District VII Tournament (Grand Junction, Colo.) ! - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) * - RMAC Match ^ - RMAC Tournament (Nebraska-Kearney/Kearney, Neb.) & - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) ? - RMAC Tournament (Western New Mexico/Silver City, N.M.) All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

Colorado Mines 38-12 14-8 18-4 2-0 27-12

10/03/79 10/16/79 10/27/79 09/30/80 10/14/80 10/13/81 10/28/81 09/28/82 10/19/82 09/27/83 10/11/83 09/25/84 10/09/84 09/14/88 10/11/96 11/02/96 10/11/97 10/31/97 11/14/97 09/18/98 10/30/98 09/17/99 10/29/99 09/19/00 11/01/00 09/18/01 11/01/01 09/27/02 11/08/02 09/26/03 11/04/03

W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

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

09/07/04 W 3-1 A* 10/26/04 L 0-3 H* 09/06/05 L 1-3 H* 10/25/05 L 0-3 A* 09/16/06 W 3-1 A* 10/27/06 W 3-1 H* 09/08/07 W 3-0 H* 11/02/07 W 3-0 A* 09/13/08 L 2-3 H* 11/07/08 W 3-0 A* 09/12/09 W 3-0 A* 10/30/09 L 2-3 H* 10/09/10 L 0-3 A* 10/22/10 L 2-3 H* 11/11/10 W 3-1 N! 10/07/11 L 1-3 H* 10/22/11 L (22) 2-3 A* 11/02/12 L (14) 0-3 H* 11/17/12 W (12) 3-1 A@ * - RMAC Game # - Air Force Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - RMAC Tournament (Regis) ! - RMAC Tournament (Nebraska-Kearney/Kearney, Neb.) @ - RMAC Championship Game (Golden, Colo.) All-Time Away

Colorado State 1-5 1-5

11/10/84 10/22/85 09/19/86 08/30/89 10/23/90 09/16/93

L L L (14) L W L (23)

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

A A A A A A

* * N# H* A* H* A* H A A H A H* A* A* H* H$ H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H*

79


All-Time Home Away Neutral CAC RMAC

Colorado State-Pueblo 38-8 18-3 15-3 2-0 11-1 15-7

All-Time Home Away

10/09/79 L 2-3 * 10/23/79 L 1-3 * 11/16/79 W 2-0 # 10/07/80 W 3-2 H* 10/28/80 L 0-3 A* 10/06/81 W 3-0 10/27/81 W 3-0 10/05/82 W 3-0 A* 10/26/82 W 3-0 H* 09/09/83 W 2-0 H 10/21/83 W 3-2 A 10/25/83 W 3-0 H 10/02/84 W 3-0 A 10/12/84 W 2-0 N% 10/30/84 W 3-0 H 10/02/90 L 1-3 A! 10/20/90 W 3-0 H! 10/01/91 W 3-0 H! 10/24/91 W 3-0 A! 09/30/92 W 3-0 A! 10/27/92 W 3-0 H! 09/28/93 W 3-0 H! 10/19/93 W 3-0 A! 09/27/94 W 3-0 A! 10/18/94 W 3-0 H! 09/29/95 W 3-0 A! 10/24/95 W 3-1 H! 09/27/96 W 3-2 A* 11/22/96 W 3-1 H@ 09/27/97 W (10) 3-0 H* 11/15/97 W (19) 3-0 H$ 10/17/98 W 3-0 A* 10/16/99 W 3-2 H* 10/14/00 W 3-0 H* 10/13/01 W 3-0 A* 10/04/02 L 2-3 H* 10/03/03 W 3-1 A* 10/08/04 L 1-3 H* 10/07/05 L 0-3 A* 10/06/06 W 3-0 N*^ 09/28/07 L 0-3 H* 10/10/08 W 3-0 H* 10/16/09 W 3-2 A* 10/16/10 W 3-0 A* 10/15/11 W 3-0 H* 10/12/12 W 3-0 A* * - RMAC Game # - NAIA Region VII Tournament % - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) ! - CAC Match @ - NCAA Div. II NW Regional (Regis) $ - RMAC Tournament (Regis) ^ - Played at Colorado Mesa (Grand Junction, Colo.) All-Time Home Away 10/18/79 11/07/79 09/27/80 10/21/80

80

Colorado Women’s 4-0 1-0 1-0 W W W W

3-1 3-1 3-0 3-0

H A

Concordia-St. Paul (Minn.) 0-7 0-5 0-2

All-Time Neutral

09/03/04 L (1) 0-3 H 09/02/05 L (6) 0-3 H 09/01/06 L (4) 0-3 H 09/05/08 L (3) 0-3 H 11/20/08 L (1) 1-3 A# 09/09/11 L (1) 0-3 H 08/31/12 L (1) 0-3 A # - NCAA Central Region First Round (St. Paul, Minn.) All-Time Neutral

All-Time Home Away Neutral CDC CAC

08/28/04 L 1-3 08/27/05 W 3-2 # - Rockhurst Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) $ - Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) All-Time Neutral

N# N$

Denver (Colo.) 30-3 15-1 13-2 2-0 12-0 9-2

10/14/83 W 2-1 N$ 10/19/83 W 3-1 A 10/28/83 W 3-1 H 09/14/84 W 2-0 H 09/19/84 W 3-1 H# 10/24/84 W 3-0 A# 10/12/85 W 3-1 H# 10/29/85 W 3-0 A# 10/03/86 W 3-0 H# 10/24/86 W 3-0 A# 10/24/87 W 3-0 H# 11/11/87 W 3-1 A# 10/12/88 W 3-0 H# 10/21/88 W 3-0 N% 10/29/88 W 3-1 A# 10/17/89 W 3-0 H# 11/09/89 W 3-1 A# 10/09/90 W 3-0 A! 10/30/90 W 3-0 H 11/10/90 W 3-0 H@ 09/20/91 W 3-0 H! 10/08/91 W 3-0 A! 10/13/92 L 1-3 A! 11/12/92 L (22) 2-3 H! 10/06/93 W 3-1 H! 11/04/93 W 3-2 A! 10/14/94 W 3-0 A! 11/04/94 W 3-1 H! 09/26/95 W 3-0 H! 10/03/95 W 3-0 A! 10/23/96 W 3-0 H 11/05/97 L 0-3 A 11/07/98 W 3-2 A $ - Colorado College Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) # - CDC Match % - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) ! - CAC Match @ - CAC Tournament

All-Time Home Neutral

N# N$

East Central (Okla.) 1-0 1-0

09/02/11 W 3-0 # - St. Mary’s Tournament (San Antonio, Texas)

Dallas Baptist (Texas) 2-0 2-0

08/25/00 W 3-1 08/29/08 W 3-2 # - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) $ - LIU, Post Tournament (Brookville, N.Y.)

Drury (Mo.) 1-1 1-1

N#

East Texas State 5-1 1-0 4-1

10/27/84 W 2-0 N# 10/26/85 L 0-2 N# 09/16/89 W 3-1 N$ 09/23/89 W 3-0 N% 09/15/90 W 3-2 H 10/09/93 W 3-0 N@ # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) % - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) @ - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.) All-Time Home Away CDC

Eastern Montana 12-0 8-0 4-0 11-0

10/04/84 W 11/17/84 W 10/16/85 W 10/18/85 W 11/15/86 W 11/16/86 W 10/31/87 W 11/18/87 W 11/18/88 W 11/19/88 W 09/30/89 W 11/11/89 W * - CDC Match # - CDC Tournament All-Time Home Neutral

3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-2 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0

H* H# H* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H*

Eastern New Mexico 9-0 3-0 5-0

11/07/81 W 3-1 09/09/83 W 2-1 11/04/83 W 2-0 09/27/86 W 3-1 09/26/87 W 3-0 10/22/88 W 3-0 10/15/89 W 3-2 08/26/00 W 3-1 08/30/03 W 3-1 # - NAIA District VII Playoffs $ - NAIA District VII Tournament (Colorado Mesa/ Grand Junction, Colo.) % - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) ! - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas)

# H N$ H H N% N% N! N!


All-Time Neutral

Edinboro (Penn.) 1-0 1-0

08/30/96 W 3-0 N# # - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) All-Time Neutral

Emporia State (Kan.) 2-0 2-0

10/01/83 W 3-0 09/28/84 W 2-0 # - Bethel Tournament (North Newton, Kan.) $ - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.) All-Time Neutral

N# N$

Ferris State (Mich.) 4-1 4-1

11/08/86 W (10) 3-0 N# 11/09/86 L (10) 1-3 N# 11/04/88 W 3-0 N# 09/11/93 W (19) 3-0 N$ 08/30/97 W 3-0 N% # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) % - Cal State, Bakersfield Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.) All-Time Neutral

Florida International 1-0 1-0

10/13/84 W 2-0 # - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) All-Time Home Neutral

N#

Florida Southern 3-2 0-1 3-1

10/29/83 W 2-0 N# 11/03/89 W (15) 3-2 N# 12/07/89 L (10) 0-3 N$ 11/03/91 W (14) 3-1 N# 09/09/11 L 2-3 H # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - NCAA Elite Eight (CSU-Bakersfield/Bakersfield, Calif.) All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC 10/09/79 10/07/80 09/10/82 09/11/82 09/17/82 09/29/84 10/13/89 10/22/94 10/18/96 11/09/96 10/17/97 11/08/97 09/12/98 10/24/98

Fort Hays State (Kan.) 22-8 10-3 7-5 4-0 14-6 W W W W L L W W W W W W W W

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

H H H A A N# N# A* H* H* A* A* H*

09/11/99 W 3-0 10/23/99 W 3-1 09/15/00 W 3-0 10/28/00 W 3-0 09/14/01 W 3-2 10/26/01 W 3-1 11/09/01 W 3-1 09/21/02 W 3-1 11/02/02 W 3-1 09/20/03 L 0-3 11/01/03 L (21) 0-3 11/14/03 W (20) 3-0 09/18/04 L (15) 0-3 11/06/04 L (13) 1-3 09/17/05 L 1-3 11/05/05 L 1-3 # - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) * - RMAC Match $ - RMAC Tournament (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) All-Time Home Away Neutral CAC RMAC

H* A* H* A* A* H* N$ A* H* H* A* N$ A* H* H* A*

Fort Lewis (Colo.) 25-7 9-2 10-3 6-1 5-1 13-4

09/21/79 L 0-2 A 09/21/79 W 3-0 A 10/18/80 W 3-1 N$ 10/10/81 L 1-3 10/22/82 W 3-2 N$ 10/23/82 W 3-2 N% 10/07/83 W 2-0 N@ 10/12/84 W 2-0 N@ 09/15/91 W 3-0 A! 10/19/91 W 3-0 H! 09/20/92 W 3-2 A! 10/24/92 W 3-0 H! 09/25/93 L 2-3 H! 10/17/93 W 3-0 A! 09/13/96 W 3-0 A* 09/13/97 W 3-0 H* 10/03/98 W 3-0 H* 10/02/99 W 3-1 A* 10/08/00 W 3-1 A* 10/07/01 W 3-0 H* 10/20/02 W 3-1 A* 10/19/03 W 3-1 H* 10/03/04 W 3-0 A* 10/02/05 L 0-3 H* 10/06/06 L 2-3 N*# 10/12/07 L 1-3 A* 10/02/08 L 2-3 A* 11/14/08 W 3-0 N^ 10/10/09 W 3-2 H* 09/18/10 W 3-2 H* 09/17/11 W 3-1 A* 10/20/12 W 3-0 H* $ - Played in Las Vegas, N.M. % - Played in Silver City, N.M. @ - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) ! - CAC Match * - RMAC Match # - Played at Colorado Mesa (Grand Junction, Colo.) ^ - RMAC Tournament (Nebraska-Kearney/Kearney, Neb.)

All-Time Neutral

Franklin Pierce (N.H.) 1-0 1-0

08/29/08 W 3-0 # - LIU Post Tournament (Brookville, N.Y.) All-Time Neutral

Friends (Kan.) 1-0 1-0

09/29/84 W 2-0 # - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.) All-Time Home Neutral

N#

Grand Canyon (Ariz.) 1-1 0-1 1-0

10/20/90 L 1-3 09/15/91 W 3-2 # - Played at Fort Lewis (Durango, Colo.) All-Time Neutral

N#

H N#

Grand Valley State (Mich.) 2-1 2-1

11/05/88 W 3-0 N# 11/07/92 W 3-1 N# 08/29/03 L (7) 1-3 N$ # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) All-Time Neutral

Hastings College (Neb.) 1-0 1-0

09/28/84 W 2-0 # - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.) All-Time Home Away Neutral

N#

Hawaii-Hilo 2-4 2-0 0-1 0-3

10/01/94 L (10) 2-3 N# 11/02/95 L (5) 0-3 A 11/17/95 L (5) 1-3 N$ 09/16/97 W 3-0 H 11/22/97 W 3-2 H! 09/06/08 L 0-3 N@ # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - NCAA Regional (Nebraska-Kearney/Kearney, Neb.) ! - NCAA Regional (Regis) @ - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) All-Time Away Neutral

Hawaii-Pacific 1-1 0-1 1-0

11/04/95 W 3-2 08/26/99 L (1) 0-3 # - Played at BYU-Hawaii (Laie, Hawaii)

N# A

81


All-Time Neutral

Henderson State (Ark.) 2-0 2-0

09/02/95 W 3-0 08/29/98 W 3-0 # - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) $ - Tampa Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) All-Time Home Neutral

All-Time Neutral N# N$

11/20/82 L 1-3 H# 09/01/12 W (10) 3-1 N$ # - NAIA Championships (Regis) $ - Concordia-St. Paul Tournament (St. Paul, Minn.) All-Time Away

Idaho State 0-1 0-1

09/12/86

L

All-Time Neutral

0-3

All-Time Neutral

N#

Incarnate Word (Texas) 1-0 1-0

08/25/00 W 3-0 # - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) All-Time Neutral

A

Illinois-Springfield 1-0 1-0

09/03/11 W 3-0 # - St. Mary’s Tournament (San Antonio, Texas)

N#

N#

All-Time Home Neutral

All-Time Home 09/06/11 09/04/12

W W

All-Time Home

2-1 2-1

3-0 3-0

All-Time Away

All-Time Away

All-Time Neutral H H

Kansas

11/07/87 10/08/89 11/18/90

L W W

2-3 3-0 3-0

All-Time Home

Kansas State 1-0 1-0

10/18/92

W

All-Time Neutral

Kansas Wesleyan 1-0 1-0

3-1

09/18/82 W 2-0 # - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.)

82

H H H

Lewis (Ill.) 2-2 1-1 1-1

Lockhaven (Penn.) 3-1 1-0 2-1

09/04/98 W 3-0 H 08/25/06 L (15) 0-3 N# 09/01/07 W 3-2 N$ 09/10/11 W 3-1 N$ # - Tampa Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) $ - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.)

12/02/86 Johnson & Wales (Colo.) 2-0 2-0

N# N#

11/04/89 W (18) 3-0 N# 09/05/97 W 3-1 H 09/05/09 L (19) 0-3 N$ 09/11/10 L (14) 0-3 H # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.)

08/28/08

Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne 0-1 0-1

08/27/99 L 2-3 # - Played at BYU-Hawaii (Laie, Hawaii)

09/11/86 W 3-0 09/12/86 W 3-0 # - Idaho State Tournament (Pocatello, Idaho) All-Time Home Neutral

Hillsdale (Mich.) 1-1 0-1 1-0

Lethbridge College (Canada) 2-0 2-0

Long Island, Post (N.Y.) 1-0 1-0 W

3-0

Mansfield (Penn.) 1-0 1-0 W

3-0

N# N#

McKendree (Mo.) 1-0 1-0

11/18/82 W 2-1 # - NAIA Championships (Regis) All-Time Neutral

A

Marymount (Kan.) 2-0 2-0

09/17/82 W 2-0 09/29/84 W 2-0 # - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.) All-Time Home

A

H#

Mercyhurst (Penn.) 1-0 1-0

H 08/30/97 W 3-0 N# # - Cal State, Bakersfield Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.) N#

All-Time Home Away Neutral CDC CAC RMAC 10/06/79 10/30/79 11/16/79 09/16/80 11/01/80 09/22/81 10/31/81 09/21/82 10/26/82 09/10/83 09/10/83 09/13/83 10/14/83 10/28/83 11/04/83 09/15/84 09/26/84 10/12/84 10/13/84 10/31/84 11/17/84 11/18/84 10/24/85 10/27/85 11/05/85 09/24/86 10/29/86 10/26/87 11/04/87 10/04/88 10/23/88 11/16/88 10/10/89 11/14/89 12/01/89 09/26/90 10/17/90 11/10/90 09/25/91 10/22/91 10/20/92 11/19/92 10/15/93 11/12/93 11/20/93 09/14/94 11/11/94 09/13/95 10/27/95 10/12/96 11/01/96 10/10/97 10/30/97 11/23/97 09/19/98 10/29/98 11/14/98 11/21/98 09/18/99 10/30/99 09/23/00 11/04/00 11/16/00 09/22/01

Metro State (Colo.) 46-47 28-15 14-26 2-3 8-4 8-4 11-23 W L L W L L W W W L W L W L L L W W W L L W W L L W W L W W L (17) W (15) W (12) L (9) W (9) W W W W (15) W (19) L (8) W (7) L (3) L (4) W (4) W (6) L (16) W (21) W W L L (15) W (11) W (13) L (20) L (19) W (14) W (14) W W L W (22) W L (11)

3-1 0-3 0-2 3-2 1-3 1-3 3-1 Forfeit 3-2 1-2 2-1 2-3 2-1 2-3 0-2 0-2 3-0 2-0 2-0 1-3 1-3 3-2 3-1 1-2 2-3 3-0 3-1 0-3 3-0 3-1 2-3 3-2 3-1 1-3 3-1 3-1 3-2 3-1 3-0 3-0 0-3 3-1 1-3 1-3 3-2 3-2 0-3 3-0 3-0 3-0 1-3 0-3 3-1 3-0 2-3 2-3 3-2 3-1 3-1 3-1 0-3 3-1 3-1 1-3

# A H A H H H A N% H N$ H A@ A A A@ H! H! H@ N^ A@ H@ A@ A@ H@ A@ A H@ H@ A@ A H& H& H? A& H& H& A& A& H& A+ H& A& A& H& H* A* A* H* H4 H* A* H< H? A* H* A* H* N1 H*


11/03/01 L (8) 1-3 A* 11/10/01 L (9) 2-3 A2 09/07/02 W (16) 3-2 H 09/13/02 L (19) 0-3 H* 10/25/02 L (12) 0-3 A* 11/15/02 L (12) 0-3 A2 09/12/03 L (7) 0-3 A* 10/24/03 L (4) 2-3 H* 11/15/03 L (7) 0-3 A2 09/25/04 W 3-0 H* 10/23/04 L 0-3 A* 09/24/05 L 2-3 A* 10/22/05 L 0-3 H* 09/22/06 L 1-3 H* 10/14/06 L 2-3 A* 09/22/07 L 0-3 A* 10/19/07 W 3-1 H* 09/23/08 L 1-3 A* 10/21/08 L 2-3 H* 09/22/09 W (16) 3-0 H* 10/20/09 L (21) 2-3 A* 11/12/09 L (23) 0-3 N3 09/21/10 W (14) 3-2 H* 11/02/10 L (14) 1-3 A* 09/20/11 L (9) 0-3 A* 11/01/11 L (11) 2-3 H* 09/25/12 W (14) 3-1 A* 10/23/12 W (23) 3-2 H* 11/29/12 W (25) 3-2 H4 # - NAIA Region VII Tournament % - Colorado College Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - NAIA District VII Tournament (Colorado Mesa/ Grand Junction, Colo.) @ - CDC Match ! - CDC Tournament ^ - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) 4 - NCAA Regional (Regis) & - CAC Match ? - CAC Tournament + - NCAA Regional (Metro State) * - RMAC Match < - RMAC Tournament (Regis) 1 - NCAA Regional (West Texas A&M/Canyon, Texas) 2 - RMAC Tournament (Metro State) 3 - RMAC Tournament (Nebraska-Kearney/Kearney, Neb.) All-Time Home Neutral

Michigan Tech 2-1 1-0 1-1

08/29/06

Minnesota-Crookston 1-0 1-0 W

3-0

Minnesota-Duluth 2-4 0-3 2-1

All-Time Neutral

11/15/87 L (14) 1-3 N# 09/07/90 W 3-1 N$ 11/02/91 W (13) 3-1 N# 09/04/99 L (25) 2-3 H 09/06/02 L 0-3 H 08/31/07 L (2) 0-3 H # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) All-Time Home Neutral

All-Time Neutral

All-Time Neutral

N# H H

Minnesota State-Moorhead 0-1 0-1

09/03/10 L 2-3 # - Colorado Mines Tournament (Golden, Colo.)

N#

Missouri Southern State 2-0 2-0

09/12/92 W 3-0 N# 08/31/02 W 3-1 N$ # - Central Missouri State Tournament (Warrensburg, Mo.) $ - Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) All-Time Away Neutral

Missouri-St. Louis 1-1 0-1 1-0

09/07/91 L 2-3 10/08/93 W 3-2 # - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.)

A N#

Missouri Western 1-1 1-1

10/01/83 L 0-3 08/28/09 W 3-0 # - Bethel Tournament (North Newton, Kan.) $ - Augstana Tournament (Sioux Falls, S.D.) All-Time Home

Montana State 1-0 1-0

09/08/86

W

All-Time Home

Montana Tech 3-0 3-0

09/14/84 09/20/85 09/26/86

W W W

3-1

N# N$

H

H

2-1 3-0 3-0

Morningside (Iowa) 1-1 1-1

09/12/92 L 0-3 N# 10/29/93 W 3-0 N$ # - Central Missouri State Tournament (Warrensburg, Mo.) $ - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) All-Time Home

Nazareth (Mich.) 1-0 1-0

11/19/82 W 2-0 # - NAIA Championships (Regis)

Minnesota State-Mankato 3-0 2-0 1-0

09/12/87 W 3-2 09/25/87 W 3-0 10/05/89 W 3-1 # - North Dakota State Tournament (Fargo, N.D.)

All-Time Neutral

09/07/90 W 3-0 N# 09/21/91 W 3-0 H 10/01/94 L (7) 0-3 N$ # - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) $ - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) All-Time Home

All-Time Home Neutral

H H H

All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

H#

Nebraska-Kearney 11-34 8-13 2-19 1-2 6-26

09/10/83 W 2-0 09/17/83 L 1-3 09/20/91 W 3-1 10/21/94 W (7) 3-2 10/21/95 L (9) 2-3 10/19/96 L (7) 0-3 11/08/96 W (7) 3-2 11/23/96 L (8) 0-3 10/18/97 W (14) 3-0 11/07/97 W (13) 3-1 11/15/97 W (13) 3-0 09/11/98 W (18) 3-0 10/23/98 W (16) 3-1 11/13/98 W 3-0 09/10/99 W (17) 3-0 10/22/99 L (14) 1-3 09/16/00 L (13) 1-3 10/27/00 L (11) 1-3 11/10/00 L (14) 0-3 09/15/01 L (13) 0-3 10/27/01 L (14) 0-3 11/16/01 L (13) 1-3 09/20/02 L (12) 0-3 11/01/02 L (12) 2-3 09/19/03 L (12) 0-3 10/31/03 L (10) 0-3 09/17/04 L (1) 0-3 11/05/04 L (1) 0-3 09/16/05 L (3) 0-3 11/04/05 L (1) 0-3 09/30/06 L 0-3 10/20/06 L 2-3 09/15/07 L (25) 1-3 10/26/07 L (21) 1-3 11/09/07 L (21) 0-3 09/27/08 L (10) 3-1 10/24/08 L (11) 1-3 09/25/09 L (8) 0-3 10/24/09 L (5) 0-3 10/01/10 L (10) 0-3 10/30/10 L (9) 0-3 11/12/10 L (10) 2-3 10/01/11 L (8) 0-3 10/28/11 L (6) 0-3 11/08/11 L (6) 0-3 # - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) * - RMAC Match ! - NCAA Div. II NW Regional (Regis)

H A H N# N# A* H* H! H* A* H@ A* H* H@ H* A* H* A* A$ A* H* N% A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* A$ H* A* H* A* H* A* A$ A* H* A$

83


@ - RMAC Tournament (Regis) $ - RMAC Tournament (Kearney, Neb.) % - NCAA Div. II SW Regional (West Texas A&M/ Canyon, Texas) All-Time Home Away Neutral

Nebraska-Omaha 4-8 1-0 0-2 3-6

11/12/82 L 0-2 N# 10/28/84 L 0-3 N$ 10/18/86 L (2) 1-3 N% 09/15/89 L (10) 2-3 N@ 09/22/89 W (7) 3-1 N! 09/15/90 W (15) 3-1 H 09/11/92 L (25) 2-3 N% 10/30/93 W (12) 3-0 N$ 09/03/94 L 2-3 A 08/26/05 L 0-3 A 09/03/05 L 0-3 N^ 09/10/11 W 3-2 N^ # - Northern Colorado Tournament (Greeley, Colo.) $ - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) % - Central Missouri State Tournament (Warrensburg, Mo.) @ - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) ! - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) ^ - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) All-Time Neutral

09/21/79 09/28/79 11/03/79 09/26/80 10/18/80 09/19/81 09/25/81 09/11/82 10/01/82 10/22/82 09/08/83 10/22/83 10/13/84 09/26/96 09/26/97 10/16/98 10/15/99 11/03/00 11/10/00 10/14/01 10/03/02

New Haven (Conn.) 3-0 3-0

84

New Mexico Highlands 30-1 12-0 10-1 4-0 21-1 W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

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

All-Time Neutral

All-Time Neutral

H H* A* H A N$ A* H* A* H* H* N! A* H*

N#

North Dakota 1-0 1-0

09/07/90 W 3-1 N# # - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) North Dakota State 4-7 2-2 0-2 2-3

10/28/84 W 3-2 N# 09/26/86 W (11) 3-2 H 09/11/87 L 0-3 A 12/11/88 L (2) 2-3 A$ 11/03/90 L (8) 1-3 N# 10/27/91 W (3) 3-2 H 09/11/93 L (3) 0-3 N% 09/24/93 L (3) 1-3 H 09/30/94 W 3-2 N# 09/07/96 L (2) 0-3 H 12/05/98 L (6) 2-3 N! # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - NCAA Elite Eight % - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) ! - NCAA Elite Eight (Kissimmee, Fla.)

N# * H* A*

Newman (Kan.) 1-0 1-0

9/30/83 W 3-2 # - Bethel Tournament (North Newton, Kan.)

All-Time Home Away Neutral

11/07/92 W (23) 3-2 N# 08/31/02 W 3-2 N$ 09/04/04 W 3-0 N% # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) % - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

10/02/03 W 3-1 A* 10/07/04 W 3-0 H* 10/06/05 L 0-3 A* 09/08/06 W 3-1 N*@ 10/05/07 W 3-0 A* 10/18/08 W 3-1 A* 10/02/09 W 3-0 H* 10/15/10 W 3-0 A* 10/14/11 W 3-0 H* 10/04/12 W 3-0 H* # - Fort Lewis Tournament (Durango, Colo.) * - RMAC Match $ - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) ! - RMAC Tournament (Nebraska-Kearney/Kearney, Neb.) @ - Played at Adams State (Alamosa, Colo.)

All-Time Home Neutral

North Florida 1-1 0-1 1-0

08/28/98 W (24) 3-1 09/03/04 L (11) 0-3 # - Tampa Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) All-Time Neutral

N# H

Northern Arizona 0-1 0-1

10/08/83 L 0-2 # - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.)

N#

All-Time Home Away Neutral CDC

Northern Colorado 15-33 8-13 4-11 3-6 5-5

10/13/79 L 0-3 11/07/79 L 0-3 11/16/79 L 0-2 # 09/24/80 L 0-3 H 11/13/82 L 0-2 A 10/07/83 L 0-2 N% 10/18/83 W 3-2 H 10/30/83 W 3-0 N$ 11/01/83 L 1-3 A 09/15/84 L 1-2 H 09/22/84 L 0-3 H* 10/13/84 L 0-2 N% 11/06/84 L 0-3 A* 09/25/85 W 3-1 A* 10/27/85 L 1-2 N$ 10/31/85 W 3-1 H* 10/11/86 W (10) 3-0 H* 11/12/86 L (13) 1-3 A* 09/30/87 L (10) 2-3 A* 10/28/87 L (10) 2-3 H* 09/09/88 W 3-0 N! 09/10/88 W 3-1 N! 10/06/88 W (17) 3-0 H* 11/02/88 W 3-1 A* 09/16/89 L 0-3 N! 09/20/89 L (13) 0-3 H 11/04/89 L (11) 0-3 N$ 11/08/89 L (13) 1-3 A 09/18/90 L (12) 1-3 H 11/24/90 W (8) 3-2 A@ 09/11/91 L (11) 1-3 A 12/04/91 L (13) 2-3 H@ 10/23/92 L (5) 2-3 H 09/22/93 L (6) 0-3 A 12/04/93 L (5) 0-3 N^ 09/20/94 W (11) 3-2 H 09/20/95 L (5) 0-3 A 09/07/96 L (18) 1-3 H 09/17/96 L (16) 2-3 H 09/30/97 W 3-1 A 09/15/98 W 3-0 H 09/03/99 W 3-0 H 09/14/99 L (18) 2-3 A 08/30/00 L (9) 0-3 H 08/31/01 W (13) 3-1 H 09/24/02 L (6) 0-3 H 09/05/03 L (21) 0-3 H 09/23/03 L (19) 0-3 A # - NAIA Region VII Tournament % - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) $ - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) * - CDC Match ! - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas) @ - NCAA Regional (Regis) ^ - NCAA Regional (Northern Michigan/Marquette, Mich.) All-Time Neutral

Northern Kentucky 1-0 1-0

08/25/06 W 3-0 # - Tampa Tournament (Tampa, Fla.)

N#


All-Time Home Away Neutral

Northern Michigan 2-4 1-1 1-2 0-1

09/08/90 W 3-2 10/02/92 L (2) 0-3 09/10/93 L (1) 0-3 09/16/94 W (1) 3-0 09/16/95 L (2) 0-3 08/31/96 L (1) 2-3 # - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) All-Time Neutral

A N# A H H A

Northern State (S.D.) 1-0 1-0

08/28/09 W 3-2 # - Augustana Tournament (Sioux Falls, S.D.) All-Time Neutral

All-Time Home Away Neutral

N#

Northwood (Mich.) 0-1 0-1

09/06/08 L 0-3 N# # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) All-Time Home 10/06/10 All-Time Neutral

Notre Dame de Namur (Calif.) 1-0 1-0 W

3-0

All-Time Neutral

All-Time Away Neutral

All-Time Neutral

N#

N#

12/04/98 W 3-0 09/03/11 W 3-0 # - NCAA Elite Eight (Kissimmee, Fla.) $ - St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tournament (San Antonio, Texas)

Saint Leo (Fla.) 1-0 1-0

09/10/10

W (6)

N# N$

3-1

A N#

09/18/12

N#

Southeast Missouri State 1-0 1-0

11/03/89 W 3-0 N# # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) All-Time Neutral

Southern Illinois-Edwardsville 0-1 0-1

08/26/05 L 1-3 # - Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) All-Time Neutral

N#

Southern Utah State 4-6 3-2

10/20/79 L 1-3 10/23/81 W 3-0 10/24/81 L 1-3 11/05/81 L 0-3 # 11/07/81 L 0-3 $ 09/23/83 L 1-3 N 09/24/83 L 1-3 N 10/05/84 W 3-2 N% 10/06/84 W 3-1 N@ 10/12/84 W 2-1 N! # - RMAC Championships $ - NAIA District VII Playoffs % - Played at Colorado Mesa (Grand Junction, Colo.) @ - Played at Western State (Gunnison, Colo.) ! - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) Southwest Minnesota State 0-5 0-1 0-4

H

N#

Sonoma State (Calif.) 3-0 3-0

09/21/90 W 3-1 N# 09/23/94 W 3-0 N$ 08/29/97 W 3-1 N$ # - Cal State, Dominguez Hills Tournament (Dominguez Hills, Calif.) $ - Cal State, Bakersfield Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.) All-Time Home

All-Time Neutral

All-Time Home Neutral

Seattle Pacific (Wash.) 1-0 1-0

10/20/95 W 3-0 # - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) All-Time Neutral

Pace (N.Y.) 2-0 2-0

N#

Rockhurst (Mo.) 0-2 0-1 0-1

All-Time Home

South Dakota State 1-0 1-0

09/02/94 W 3-2 # - Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.)

Puget Sound (Wash.) 0-1 0-1

08/28/04 L (20) 1-3 08/27/05 L (19) 0-3 # - Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.)

All-Time Neutral

Oklahoma Panhandle State 1-0 1-0

09/18/82 W 2-0 # - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.)

All-Time Neutral

H

11/01/91 W 3-0 N# # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) Oklahoma Baptist All-Time 1-0 Neutral 1-0

All-Time Neutral

12/06/85 L 0-3 H# 12/10/88 L (1) 0-3 N$ 09/22/89 W (2) 3-2 A 12/02/89 W (2) 3-1 N% 09/14/90 W (3) 3-1 H 09/28/90 L (4) 2-3 A 10/05/91 L (3) 0-3 A 10/02/92 L (1) 0-3 A 09/10/93 L (2) 0-3 N! 09/17/94 W (5) 3-0 H 09/24/94 W (12) 3-2 N@ 10/28/94 L (12) 0-3 A 11/19/94 L (10) 1-3 H# # - NCAA Division II Regional Match (Regis) $ - NCAA Elite Eight (North Dakota State/Fargo, N.D.) % - NCAA Regional (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) ! - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) @ - Cal State, Bakersfield Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.)

10/28/94 L 2-3 # - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.)

Oakland (Mich.) 1-0 1-0

10/01/83 W 3-0 # - Bethel Tournament (North Newton, Kan.)

Portland State (Ore.) 5-8 2-2 1-4 2-2

08/24/07 L (25) 2-3 N# 08/29/09 L (8) 0-3 N$ 09/04/09 L (8) 1-3 H 09/03/10 L (15) 2-3 N! 08/31/12 L (6) 0-3 N@ # - California State, San Bernardino Tournament (San Bernardino, Calif.) $ - Augustana Tournament (Sioux Falls, S.D.) ! - Colorado Mines Tournament (Golden, Colo.) @ - Concordia-St. Paul Tournament (St. Paul, Minn.) All-Time Neutral

St. Cloud State (Minn.) 1-1 1-1

11/02/90 W 3-1 N# 08/30/95 L (6) 1-3 N$ # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.)

South Dakota Mines 1-0 1-0 W

3-0

H

85


All-Time Home Neutral

St. Edward’s (Texas) 2-1 1-1 1-0

09/24/01 W 3-0 09/05/03 L 1-3 08/26/06 W 3-0 # - Tampa Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) All-Time Neutral

H H N#

10/03/01

All-Time Home

All-Time Neutral

H

St. Mary’s of the Plains (Kan.) 1-0 1-0

10/15/83 W 2-0 N# # - Colorado College Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.) All-Time Home

St. Xavier (Ill.) 1-0 1-0

08/30/85

W

All-Time Neutral

3-0

All-Time Home Away Neutral

H All-Time Neutral

N# H N$

Trinity (Texas) 1-0 1-0

Truman State (Mo.) 0-1 0-1

08/30/02 L (5) 1-3 # - Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.)

N#

N#

Tampa (Fla.) 5-4 1-0 1-1 3-3

11/05/89 W (17) 3-2 N# 11/03/90 L (19) 2-3 N# 10/05/91 W (10) 3-1 N$ 11/06/92 L (7) 1-3 N# 09/24/94 W (19) 3-1 N% 08/29/97 W (2) 3-2 A 09/21/01 W (6) 3-0 H 08/24/06 L (2) 1-3 A 09/08/12 L (3) 1-3 N! # - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) $ - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) % - Cal State, Bakersfield Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.) ! - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.)

86

Texas Woman’s 3-0 1-0 2-0

10/22/88 W 3-0 09/05/97 W 3-0 08/27/04 W 3-2 # - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) $ - Rockhurst Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) All-Time Neutral

H# H#

10/15/83 W 2-0 N# # - Colorado College Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo.)

Sterling College (Kan.) 0-1 0-1

09/18/82 L 1-2 # - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.)

Texas Wesleyan 0-2 0-2

11/18/82 L 0-2 11/19/82 L 1-3 # - NAIA Championships (Regis) All-Time Home Neutral

St. Mary’s (Texas) 1-0 1-0 3-0

N# N#

N#

St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 1-0 1-0

W

Texas Lutheran 2-0 2-0

09/09/88 W 3-0 08/30/03 W 3-0 # - West Texas A&M Tournament (Canyon, Texas)

09/06/91 W 3-0 N# # - Missouri-St. Louis Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.) All-Time Home

Texas El Paso 0-1 0-1

11/13/82 L 0-2 N# # - Northern Colorado Tournament (Greeley, Colo.) All-Time Neutral

St. John’s (Kan.) 1-0 1-0

09/28/84 W 2-0 # - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.) All-Time Neutral

All-Time Neutral

All-Time Neutral

09/25/90 10/25/90 09/26/91 10/17/91 10/08/92 11/02/92 10/04/93 11/05/93 10/05/94

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

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

All-Time Home

Ursuline (Ohio) 1-0 1-0

10/19/11

W

All-Time Neutral

Utah State 0-2 0-2

3-0

09/11/86 L 2-3 09/12/86 L 1-3 # - Idaho State Tournament (Pocatello, Idaho) All-Time Neutral

All-Time Neutral

A# A# H# A* H* A* H* H* A* H* A* H* A* A* H* A* H* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* H* A*

H

N# N#

Washburn (Kan.) 1-1 1-1 N# N$

Wayne State (Mich.) 2-0 2-0

09/08/90 W 3-1 N# 09/07/91 W 3-0 N$ # - Northern Michigan Tournament (Marquette, Mich.) $ - Missouri-St. Louis Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.)

UC-Colorado Springs 30-6 16-2 14-4 11-1 19-5 W W W W W L W W W

W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W L L W W W L W L W W W W

09/29/84 W 2-0 08/27/04 L 1-3 # - Fort Hays State Tournament (Hays, Kan.) $ - Rockhurst Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.)

Tulsa (Okla.) 1-0 1-0

10/17/86 W 3-0 N# # - Central Missouri State Tournament (Warrensburg, Mo.) All-Time Home Away CAC RMAC

11/02/94 10/17/95 11/09/95 09/28/96 09/28/97 10/15/98 10/14/99 10/13/00 10/12/01 10/05/02 10/04/03 10/09/04 10/08/05 09/12/06 10/24/06 09/04/07 10/30/07 09/19/08 11/01/08 09/18/09 11/07/09 10/08/10 10/23/10 10/08/11 10/21/11 09/29/12 10/26/12 # - CAC Match * - RMAC Match

H# A# A# H# H# A# A# H# H#

All-Time Home 09/10/10

Wayne State (Neb.) 0-1 0-1 L (19)

1-3

H


All-Time Home Neutral

West Florida 2-1 1-1 1-0

09/04/09 L (15) 0-3 H 09/11/10 W (25) 3-2 H 09/08/12 W 3-2 N# # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) All-Time Home Away Neutral

West Texas A&M 9-10 4-3 3-5 2-2

09/25/87 L 2-3 H 09/09/88 W 3-0 A 09/10/88 W 3-1 A 09/17/88 W 2-0 N# 09/24/88 W (12) 3-1 H 12/03/88 W (11) 3-0 H$ 09/15/89 L (8) 0-3 A 10/04/91 L (1) 2-3 N% 11/03/91 L (1) 0-3 N@ 09/03/94 W 3-0 N! 09/02/95 W 3-1 A 09/06/97 W (7) 3-1 H 09/04/98 W (1) 3-1 H 09/04/99 L (13) 0-3 H 11/20/99 L (4) 0-3 A^ 08/26/00 L (4) 0-3 A 11/17/00 L (3) 0-3 A^ 09/01/01 L (3) 0-3 H 08/29/03 L (12) 0-3 A # - California State-Dominguez Hills Tournament (Dominguez Hills, Calif.) $ - NCAA Regional (Denver, Colo.) % - Portland State Tournament (Portland, Ore.) @ - Premier Tournament (Air Force/Colorado Springs, Colo.) ! - Nebraska-Omaha Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) ^ - NCAA Regional (Canyon, Texas) All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

Western New Mexico 11-5 6-0 1-4 0-1 8-5

10/25/79 W 3-1 * 11/02/79 W 3-0 * 10/17/80 L 2-3 A* 11/01/80 W 3-1 H* 09/26/81 W 3-2 10/31/81 W 3-1 10/02/82 W 3-0 H* 10/23/82 L 1-3 A* 10/07/06 L 0-3 N*! 10/06/07 L 1-3 A* 10/17/08 L 0-3 A* 10/03/09 W 3-1 H* 10/14/10 W 3-0 A* 10/13/11 W 3-1 H* 10/05/12 W 3-0 H* 11/13/12 W 3-0 H@ * - RMAC Game ! - Played at Colorado Mesa (Grand Junction, Colo.) @ - RMAC First Round (Regis)

All-Time Neutral

Western Oregon 0-1 0-1

All-Time Neutral

09/05/09 L 1-3 N# # - Colorado Premier Challenge (Metro State/Denver, Colo.) All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

Western State (Colo.) 31-8 16-1 9-4 4-2 13-3

10/18/86 W 3-2 N# # - Central Missouri State Tournament (Warrensburg, Mo.) Wyoming

09/21/79 W 2-0 N# 10/05/79 W 3-2 10/27/79 L 0-2 N$ 09/18/80 W 3-0 A 10/03/81 L 1-3 10/24/81 W 3-2 10/02/82 W 3-0 H 10/15/82 W 3-0 N% 09/24/83 L 0-3 A 10/06/83 W 3-0 H 09/14/84 W 2-0 H 10/06/84 W 3-1 A 10/11/84 W 3-0 H 10/12/84 W 2-0 N@ 09/13/85 W 3-1 A 10/05/85 W 3-0 H 09/10/86 W 3-0 A 10/04/86 W 3-0 H 10/16/88 W 3-0 H 10/08/89 W 3-1 H 09/20/96 W 3-0 H* 09/19/97 W 3-1 A* 10/10/98 W 3-0 H* 10/09/99 L 1-3 A* 11/12/99 L (23) 0-3 N! 09/28/00 L 1-3 A* 09/01/01 L (6) 1-3 H 09/27/01 W (4) 3-2 H* 10/10/02 L 2-3 A* 10/09/03 W 3-1 H* 10/16/04 W 3-1 A* 10/15/05 W 3-0 H* 09/09/06 W 3-1 N% 09/27/07 W 3-0 H* 10/09/08 W 3-2 H* 10/15/09 W 3-1 A* 09/16/10 W 3-0 H* 09/15/11 W 3-0 A* 10/13/12 W 3-0 A* # - Fort Lewis Tournament (Durango, Colo.) $ - Air Force Tournament (Colorado Springs, Colo. % - Played at Adams State (Alamosa, Colo. @ - Metro State Tournament (Denver, Colo.) * - RMAC Match ! - RMAC Tournament (Nebraska-Kearney/Kearney, Neb.) All-Time Neutral

Wright State (Ohio) 1-0 1-0

All-Time Home Away

0-7 0-1 0-5

10/30/79 09/30/80 09/10/90 09/28/91 09/22/92 09/01/93 10/30/12

L L L L L L L

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

H A A A A A

Westmont (Calif.) 2-0 2-0

08/27/99 W 3-2 08/28/99 W 3-0 # - Played at BYU-Hawaii (Laie, Hawaii)

N# N#

87


REGIS VOLLEYBALL COACHING HISTORY Overall L Pct. 3 .750 8 .680

Year 1977 1978

Coach Larry Coleman Larry Coleman

W 9 17

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983

Margie Margie Margie Margie Margie

24 16 17 32 34

13 5 9 18 28

1984 1985

Brad Saindon Brad Saindon

40 23

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Totals

W

Conference L Pct.

Conf./National Finish

7

2

.778

RMAC Eastern Division Champions

.649 .762 .653 .640 .548

6 6 8 3

2 2 0 5

.750 .750 1.000 .375

2nd RMAC East Division/NAIA District VII Playoffs 2nd RMAC East Division/NAIA District VII Runner-Up

20 10

.667 .697

6 12

7 2

.462 .857

3rd CDC CDC Champions/NCAA 1st Round

29 17 38 31 29 29 14 23 28 19 20 32 31 22 22 24

11 12 7 12 15 10 17 13 11 7 13 4 4 11 10 9

.725 .586 .844 .721 .660 .744 .452 .639 .718 .731 .606 .889 .886 .667 .688 .727

13 10 14 11 11 14 8 11 10 12 15 18 17 17 15 15

1 4 0 1 1 0 6 3 2 0 4 1 2 2 4 4

.929 .714 1.000 .917 .917 1.000 .571 .786 .833 1.000 .789 .947 .895 .895 .789 .789

CDC Champions/NCAA 1st Round 2nd CDC CDC Champions/NCAA Semifinals (4th Place Finish) CDC Co-Champions/NCAA Quarterfinals CAC Champions/NCAA Quarterfinals CAC Champions/NCAA 1st Round 4th CAC 2nd CAC/NCAA Quarterfinals 1st CAC/NCAA 2nd Round 1st CAC/NCAA 1st Round 2nd RMAC/NCAA 2nd Round RMAC Champions/NCAA 1st Round 4th RMAC/NCAA 2nd Round 4th RMAC/NCAA 1st Round

Michelle Buckner

15

14

.517

10

9

.526

4th RMAC East Div.

Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank

14 12 6 16 11 19 14 17 21 26 791

16 16 21 13 17 12 14 12 9 9 433

.467 .429 .222 .551 .392 .613 .500 .586 .700 .743 .646

11 10 5 13 9 12 12 11 12 16 380

8 9 14 6 10 7 7 7 6 3 141

.579 .526 .263 .684 .474 .632 .632 .611 .667 .842 .729

5th RMAC 7th RMAC 11th RMAC 5th RMAC 8th RMAC 5th RMAC/RMAC Tourney Champs/NCAA 1st Round 6th RMAC 5th RMAC 3rd RMAC East Div. 2nd RMAC/RMAC Tourney Champs/NCAA 2nd Round 36 Years/17 NCAA Tournament Berths

Mara Mara Mara Mara Mara

Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha

Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha Lavrisha

RMAC East Division Champions/NAIA District VII Runner-Up

4th RMAC East Division/NAIA Quarterfinals NAIA District VII Playoffs

RMAC Champions/RMAC Tourney Champs/NCAA Quarterfinals RMAC Champions/RMAC Tourney Champs/NCAA Semifinals

Conference Affiliation 1977-82 - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) 1983 - Independent 1984-89 - Colorado Divide Conference (CDC) 1990-95 - Colorado Athletic Conference (CAC) 1996- Present - RMAC

Coach Larry Coleman Margie Mara Brad Saindon Michelle Buckner Frank Lavrisha

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Years 1977-78 (2) 1979-83 (5) 1984-85 (2) 2002 (1) 1986-01, 2003-Present (26)

Wins 26 123 63 15 564

Losses 11 73 30 14 305

Pct. .703 .628 .677 .517 .649


Regis University, founded in 1877 in Las Vegas, New Mexico, moved to Colorado in 1884. Its original Colorado home was in Morrison, but when John Brisben Walker, an entrepreneur developer, offered the Jesuits a plot of land in 1887, the permanent home was established. Main Hall, which was completed in 1887, was the only building on campus until 1911, when expansion began. In 1996, Betty Williams of Northern Ireland became the first Nobel Peace Prize winner to speak on campus. Since that time, 12 other Nobel Laureates have spoken at Regis University. The most recent Nobel Peace Laureate on campus was David Trimble, who helped negotiate peace in Northern Ireland, spoke in October 2006. Lech Walesa, leader of the Solidarity Movement in Poland, spoke in March 2006. The motto “Men and Women in Service of Others” on the University seal describes the purpose of Jesuit education: to form men and women who use their knowledge in the unselfish service of others. It also expresses the desire of Regis’ faculty and staff to be of service to students and the community.

The Mission Regis University educates men and women of all ages to take leadership roles and to make a positive impact in a changing society. Standing within the Catholic and United States traditions, we are inspired by the particular Jesuit vision of Ignatius Loyola. This vision challenges us to attain the inner freedom to make intelligent choices. We seek to provide value-centered undergraduate and graduate education, as well as to strengthen commitment to community service. We nurture the life of the mind and the pursuit of truth within an environment conducive to effective teaching, learning and personal development. Consistent with Judeo-Christian principles, we apply knowledge to human needs and seek to preserve the best of the human heritage. We encourage the continual search for truth, values and a just existence. Throughout this process, we examine and attempt to answer the question: "How ought we to live?" As a consequence of Ignatius Loyola's vision, particularly as reflected in his Spiritual Exercises, we encourage all members of the Regis community to learn proficiently, think logically and critically, identify and choose personal standards of values, and be socially responsible. We further encourage the development of the skills and leadership abilities necessary for distinguished professional work and contributions to the improvement and transformation of society.

AREAS OF STUDY Accounting Biochemistry Biology Neuroscience Business Administration Catholic Studies Chemistry Christian Leadership Communication Computer Science Core Studies Economics Education English Environmental Studies Exercise Science French German History DISTINCTIVE PROGRAMS & SERVICES Academic Tutoring Air Force ROTC Army ROTC Career Services Commitment Program Disability Services Dual Degree Engineering Engaged-Scholar Activist Program Honors Program Ignatian Collaborative for Service & Justice Independent Study GRADUATE PROGRAMS MA in Education

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Mathematics Music Nursing Peace and Justice Studies Philosophy Physics Political Economy Politics Pre-Med/Pre-Health Pre-Physical Therapy Psychology Religious Studies Sociology Spanish Visual & Fine Arts Women's and Gender Studies

Internship Program Leadership Development Program Living-Learning Communities New Student Orientation Paracurricular Program Service Learning Study Abroad Summer Session Thematic Major Program University Ministry

MS in Biomedical Sciences


President John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J. The Regis University Board of Trustees announced Father John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J., as the 24th president of Regis University. He will begin his term on June 1, 2012, the retirement date announced by current president, Father Michael J. Sheeran, S.J. John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J., has most recently served as the associate provost for faculty development at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He served on the University of San Francisco (USF) Board of Trustees from June 2001 through June 2008. In addition, he was elected to the Gonzaga University Board of Trustees in July 2008. He served as vice president for administration and interim dean of the College of Professional Studies at USF from June 2007 to June 2009. Fr. Fitzgibbons holds a Ph.D. in English from Loyola University Chicago; an S.T.M. in moral theology from the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley; an M.Div. from the Weston Jesuit School of Theology; an M.A. in English from the University of Chicago; and, a B.A. in philosophy and English from Saint Louis University. A native of Omaha, Nebraska, he entered the Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus in 1973 and was ordained a priest in 1985. He continues to be active in research scholarship, especially in the relationship of religion and culture.

At Regis University, the charge is to produce not just graduates but “men and women as leaders in service to others. Regis seeks to engage the minds, bodies and resources of faculty, staff and students for service and community understanding by meeting the cultural, economic, environmental, social and urban challenges of a variety of communities. Regis’ commitment in the service to others is highlighted in the variety of Centers, Institutes, and Academies that reach a diverse group of communities.

Centers, Institutes and Academies Institute on the Common Good Lonnie Porter’s Leadership Academy O’Sullivan Art Center The Center for the Study of War Experience The John J. Sullivan Endowed Chair for Free Enterprise Recorder Music Center Research Centers Regis Learning Solutions New Ventures Ignatian Collaborative for Service and Justice The Washington Center Hopkins Conference

Colorado Campuses Denver, Lowell (Main Campus) Aurora Colorado Springs Denver Tech Center Interlocken at Broomfield Loveland Thornton

Nevada Campus Las Vegas

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Kaleen Adami

Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach

Eric Daniels

Paula Bauer Head Women’s Golf Coach

JB Belzer

Facilities Director

Gregg Harper

Denise Holloway

Head Men’s/Women’s Cross Country Coach

John Esquibel

Logan Garvin Assistant Athletic Director

Director of Sports Medicine

Kate Hood

Sarah Kellner

Mike Kramer

Frank Lavrisha

Ann Martin

Director of Athletics

Anthony Presnell Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach

Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach

Tony McCall

Head Men’s Golf Coach

Kelly McLaughlin

Head Men’s Soccer Coach

Assistant Athletic Director/SWA

Ryan Pruitt

Linda Raunig

Assistant Baseball Coach

Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Ron Crane

Head Women’s Soccer Coach

Assistant Basketball Coach

Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach

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Vanessa Bain

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

Asst. Director of Sports Medicine

Joel List

Head Women’s Volleyball Coach

Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach

Jeremy Phillips

Lonnie Porter

Chris Terry

Nicole Trimboli

Sports Information Director

Head Baseball Coach

Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Head Softball Coach


Regis University Athletics Staff Directory

Administration Name Ann Martin Kelly McLaughlin Logan Garvin Jeremy Phillips Ron Crane Gregg Harper Denise Holloway Sarah Otteman Candace Townley Geoff Eden Vinh Ngo

Title Director of Athletics Assistant AD/Senior Woman Administrator Assistant Athletic Director Sports Information Director Facilities Coordinator Director of Sports Medicine Assistant Director of Sports Medicine Graduate Assistant Sports Information Graduate Assistant Sports Medicine Graduate Assistant Sports Medicine Graduate Assistant Sports Medicine

Phone

Email

303-458-4071 303-964-5106 303-458-4052 303-458-3591 303-458-3590 303-458-4992 303-458-4070 303-964-6302 303-964-6299 303-458-3645

kmclaughlin001@regis.edu lgarvin@regis.edu jsphilli@regis.edu rcrane@regis.edu gharper@regis.edu kwimp@regis.edu sotteman@regis.edu ctownley@regis.edu geden@regis.edu vngo@regis.edu

Coaches Baseball Chris Terry Ryan Pruitt Mark Vig Mark Weber

Head Baseball Coach Assistant Baseball Coach Volunteer Assistant Baseball Coach Graduate Assistant Baseball Coach

303-458-3519 303-964-5319

cterry001@regis.edu rpruitt001@regis.edu markvig33@gmail.com mweber001@regis.edu

Men’s Basketball Lonnie Porter Eric Daniels Steve Ledesma

Head Men’s Basketball Coach Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Graduate Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

303-458-4074 303-964-5119

aporter@regis.edu edaniels@regis.edu ledes222@regis.edu

Men’s Golf Mike Kramer

Head Men’s Golf Coach

303-458-4070

mikekramer14@gmail.com

Men’s Soccer Tony McCall Anthony Presnell Tom Poole Clint Baumstark Steve Trittschuh James Wagenschutz

Head Men’s Soccer Coach Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach Graduate Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach Volunteer Goalie Coach Volunteer Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach Volunteer Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach

303-458-4200 303-458-4359 303-458-4359

amccall@regis.edu apresnell@regis.edu tpoole@regis.edu clint@coloradostorm.com steve@coloradostorm.com james.wagenschutz@fcboulder.com

303-458-4392

jesquibe@regis.edu

Men’s/Women’s Cross Country John Esquibel Head Men’s/Women’s Cross Country Coach John Gregorio Assistant Men’s/Women’s Cross Country Coach Emily Thomas Graduate Assistant Men’s/Women’s Cross Country Coach

303-964-5319

Softball Nicole Trimboli Kristin Johnson Laurie Lindow

Head Softball Coach Assistant Softball Coach Graduate Assistant Softball Coach

303-458-4353 303-458-4353

ntrimboli@regis.edu john263@regis.edu

Women’s Basketball Linda Raunig Vanessa Bain Caley Dow

Head Women’s Basketball Coach Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Graduate Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

303-458-4203 303-458-3589

lraunig@regis.edu vbain@regis.edu cdow@regis.edu

Women’s Golf Paula Bauer

Head Women’s Golf Coach

303-906-0123

pbauer@regis.edu

Women’s Lacrosse Sarah Kellner Kate Hood Cristina Johnson Beth Calder

Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach Graduate Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach Volunteer Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach

303-964-3681 303-964-3681

saverson@regis.edu khood@regis.edu

Women’s Soccer J.B. Belzer Kaleen Adami Megan Monroig Jay Hamilton Mark Forbes

Head Women’s Soccer Coach Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Graduate Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Volunteer Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Volunteer Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach

303-458-4981 303-458-4942

jbelzer@regis.edu kadami@regis.edu mmonroig@regis.edu

Women’s Volleyball Frank Lavrisha Joel List Mekana Barnes Paul Martin

Head Volleyball Coach Assistant Volleyball Coach Graduate Assistant Volleyball Coach Volunteer Assistant Volleyball Coach

303-458-4053 303-458-4054

mforbes@regis.edu flavrish@regis.edu jlist@regis.edu mbarnes001@regis.edu emartin003@regis.edu

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Regis Fieldhouse

The Regis Fieldhouse was built in 1960 and currently seats 1,800 spectators. The Fieldhouse features locker rooms, the athletic training facilities, a racquetball court and is the home for the volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball teams as well as the Newland Center. All the Athletic Department’s administrative offices are located in the fieldhouse. There have been numerous conference and regional tournament games played within the walls of the fieldhouse.

Regis Fieldhouse Weightroom

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Regis Softball Field

Ranger Dome

Regis Baseball Field

Regis Lacrosse/Soccer Match Pitch

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- Denver has the largest city park system in the nation with 205 parks in City limits and 20,000 acres of parks in the nearby mountains. - The United States Census Bureau estimated that the population of Denver was 610,345 in 2009, making it the 24th most populous U.S. city. - The 10-county Denver-Aurora-Broomfield, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area had an estimated 2009 population of 2,552,195 and ranked as the 21st most populous U.S. metropolitan statistical area and the 12-county Denver-Aurora-Boulder Combined Statistical Area had an estimated 2009 population of 3,110,436 and ranked asthe 16th most populous U.S. metropolitan area. - Denver International Airport (DIA) is the tenth busiest airport in the world and ranks fourth in the United States, with 51,245,334 passengers passing through it in 2008. - DIA covers more than 53 square miles (137 km²), making it the largest airport by land area in the United States and larger than the island of Manhattan. - Colorado boasts 54 mountains that soar higher than14,000 feet, more than all other states combined. - The biggest surprise for visitors to Denver is the climate. The arid conditions bring only 8 to 15 inches of annual precipitation and locals wake up to more than 300 days of sunshine a year. That’s more annual hours of sun than Miami and San Diego. - Chipotle Mexican Grill, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Noodles & Company, Good Times, Heidi’s Deli, Quiznos, Samsonite, and Frontier Airlines all began in Denver. - Colorado ranked lowest in adult obesity in the US by “F as in Fat: How Obesity Threatens America’s Future 2010”, a report from the Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). - Denver is the nation’s most highly educated city with the highest percentage of high school and college graduates. - Denver brews more beer than any other American city. - Denver has the nation’s second largest performing arts center. The Denver Performing Arts Complex has eight theaters seating over 9,000 people. - Denver citizens contribute more public funding for the arts per capita than any other U.S. city. - Denver really is a mile high. There’s a spot on the west steps of the State Capitol building that is exactly 5,280 feet above sea level.

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Student –Athlete Spring 2013 Academic Report Team

2013 Spring GPA CUM GPA Men’s Teams Men’s Baseball 3.324 3.335 Men’s Cross Country 3.320 3.246 Men’s Soccer 3.283 3.231 Men’s Golf 3.073 3.057 Men’s Basketball 2.884 2.913 Men's Totals 3.177 3.156 Women’s Teams Women’s Golf 3.654 3.469 Women’s Cross Country 3.628 3.592 Women’s Lacrosse 3.517 3.411 Women’s Soccer 3.473 3.460 Women’s SoŌball 3.363 3.370 Women’s Basketball 3.302 3.277 Women’s Volleyball 3.201 3.126 Women's Totals 3.448 3.386 AthleƟc Department Totals 3.335 3.291 Regis College Student Totals 3.139 3.220

Breakdown of Majors among Student-Athletes 20% Physical Sciences, 20% Business Related Majors 6% Social Sciences, 7% Nursing/Pharmacy, 12% Various other majors, with only 35% of freshmen and sophomores who are undecided.

Spring 2013 Academic Honors x x x x x

29 student-athletes named to RMAC All-Academic teams. (requirement: minimum 3.3 GPA, starter or key reserve, and must have completed 2 consecuƟve semesters) 13 Women’s Lacrosse players named to WILA all academic team. (requirement: minimum 3.3 GPA, starter or key reserve, and must have played in a minimum of half the teams games) 1 baseball student-athlete received the RMAC Summit Award. (The RMAC Summit Award is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulaƟve grade-point average parƟcipaƟng at the finals sites for each of the RMAC’s championships.) 2 Women’s Lacrosse players student-athletes named to the Academic All District team. 1 Baseball and 1 Lacrosse player named academic player of the year for their respecƟve conference.


2013 REGIS UNIVERSITY VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE DATE

OPPONENT

Sept. 6-7 Cal State-San Bernardino Tournament Friday, Sept. 6 vs. California State University – Los Angeles Friday, Sept. 6 vs. University of California – San Diego Saturday, Sept. 7 vs. Sonoma State University Saturday, Sept. 7 at Cal. State University – San Bernardino Tuesday, Sept. 10 Johnson & Wales University Sept. 13-14 Colorado Premier Challenge Friday, Sept. 13 West Texas A&M University Friday, Sept. 13 University of Tampa Saturday, Sept. 14 TBD Saturday, Sept. 14 TBD Friday, Sept. 20 at Black Hills State University Saturday, Sept. 21 at Chadron State College Friday, Sept. 27 Colorado Christian University Saturday, Sept. 28 Colorado School of Mines Tuesday, Oct. 1 Metro State University of Denver Saturday, Oct. 5 at University of Colorado–Colorado Springs Thursday, Oct. 10 at New Mexico Highlands University Friday, Oct. 11 at Western New Mexico University Thursday, Oct. 17 Adams State University Friday, Oct. 18 Colorado State University – Pueblo Saturday, Oct. 19 Western State Colorado University Thursday, Oct. 24 at Colorado Mesa University Saturday, Oct. 26 at Fort Lewis College Tuesday, Oct. 29 at Metro State University of Denver Friday, Nov. 1 University of Colorado – Colorado Springs Friday, Nov. 8 at Colorado School of Mines Saturday, Nov. 9 at Colorado Christian University Friday, Nov. 15 Chadron State College Saturday, Nov. 16 Black Hills State University Tuesday, Nov. 19 RMAC Quarter Finals Friday, Nov. 22 RMAC Semi-Finals Saturday, Nov. 23 RMAC Championship Thursday, Dec. 5 NCAA Regionals – 1st Round Friday, Dec. 6 NCAA Regionals – 2nd Round Saturday, Dec. 7 NCAA Regionals – 3rd Round Thursday, Dec. 12 NCAA Nationals – Elite 8 Friday, Dec. 13 NCAA Nationals – Final Four Saturday, Dec. 14 NCAA Nationals – Championship * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match All Times Mountain Time unless noted

PLACE San Bernardino, Calif. San Bernaridno, Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. Regis Fieldhouse Denver, Colo. Regis Fieldhouse Regis Fieldhouse Regis/Metro Regis/Metro Spearfish, S.D. Chadron, Neb. Regis Fieldhouse Regis Fieldhouse Regis Fieldhouse Colorado Springs, Colo. Las Vegas, N.M. Silver City, N.M. Regis Fieldhouse Regis Fieldhouse Regis Fieldhouse Grand Junction, Colo. Durango, Colo. Denver, Colo. Regis Fieldhouse Golden, Colo. Lakewood, Colo. Regis Fieldhouse Regis Fieldhouse TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cedar Rapids, Iowa Cedar Rapids, Iowa

TIME 10:00AM (PST) 5:00PM (PST) 12:00PM (PST) 7:30PM (PST) 7:00PM 3:30PM 7:00PM 9:30AM TBD 7:00PM 6:00PM 7:00PM 5:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 5:00PM 7:00PM 5:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 5:00PM 7:00PM 5:00PM TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD


2013 Regis University Volleyball Media Guide