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QUICK FACTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ALABAMA INFORMATION

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

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Quick Facts Media Information President Dr. Judy Bonner Top Ranked Director of Athletics Bill Battle On Campus Foster Auditorium

2013 OUTLOOK Schedule Opponents Roster

2013 CRIMSON TIDE

Head Coach Ed Allen Assistant Coach Ryan Wills Assistant Coach Bryn Kehoe Support Staff 3OD\HU3URĂ€OHV

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2012 REVIEW

Statistics SEC Standings and Awards The Southeastern Conference

RECORDS & HISTORY

Match Records/Player Highs Individual Records Team Records National/SEC Leaders Attendance/Misc. Records All-Americans/All-SEC National/SEC Honors Tournament History Coaching Records Academic Honors All-Time Roster All-Time Series Results Year-by-Year Results Radio/TV Roster

INTRODUCTION

TEAM INFORMATION 25-27 27 28

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TEAM QUICK FACTS 2012 Overall Record ............................ 18-14 2012 SEC Record ................................... 7-13

MEDIA INFORMATION

Starters R/L ................................ 4/2+Libero

MEDIA SERVICES/CREDENTIALS

VOLLEYBALL IS ON THE AIR!

Letterwinners R/L .................................. 8/6

Members of the media are supplied with up-to-date release packages containing statistics, season results and notes. Pre-match notes and media guides are available courtside prior to each home match at Foster Auditorium. Those wishing to cover Alabama volleyball should contact Director for Athletics Communications Rich Davi via phone at 205-348-3550 or e-mail at rdavi@ ia.ua.edu. Head coach Ed Allen and student-athletes will be available for interviews approximately 10-15 minutes after the match.

WVUA-FM will broadcast home Alabama volleyball matches on the radio and over the internet. All away matches will be available for free on RollTide.com. The WVUA sports staff has steadily increased its broadcast calendar for Crimson Tide volleyball and will broadcast UA home games beginning on Sept. 13. In the Tuscaloosa area, home matches can be heard on 90.7 FM. Outside of the Tuscaloosa area, matches can be followed on the internet at WVUA-FM.ua.edu. For a complete listing of matches being covered, visit the volleyball schedule page on RollTide.com.

Redshirts ................................................ 1 Newcomers ............................................. 3

HISTORY All-Time Record ........ 665-507 (.567)/32 seasons All-Time SEC Record ................. 155-234 (.399) All-Time Home Record ............... 303-159 (.655) First Season ....................................... 1974 NCAA Appearances .................................... 3

INTERNET

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Information about University of Alabama athletics can be found on the internet at RollTide.com. For information about the Crimson Tide volleyball program, select volleyball under the sports drop-down menu on the home page. Alabama fans once again will be able to follow matches via the internet through a live-stats webcast.

COACHING STAFF Head Coach ................................... Ed Allen Alma Mater ...........................%DOO6WDWH Season at Alabama ..................... Third Season Record at UA ............................. 29-34 (.460) Overall Record .......... 523-217 (.707)/21 seasons

INTERVIEWS

Assistant Coach ............................. Ryan Wills

Interviews with head coach Ed Allen and all studentathletes should be arranged through Assistant Director for Athletics Communications Rich Davi. The best time for interviews with coach Allen in his office is before 11:30 a.m.

Alma Mater ................................ 7XOVD Season at Alabama ..................... Third Season Assistant Coach ........................... Bryn Kehoe Alma Mater ............................ 6WDQIRUG Season at Alabama ...................... First Season

SUPPORT STAFF Athletic Trainer ......................... Leigh Waters Strength Coach ...................... Jonathan Farris

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Volleyball Contact ........................... Rich Davi E-Mail ................................ rdavi@ia.ua.edu 2IĂ€FH3KRQH ............................ 205.348.3550 Cell Phone ............................... 925.705.5541 Fax ....................................... 205.348.8841 Mailing Address ........................... Box 870391 ....................................7XVFDORRVD$/ Shipping Address ................... 323 Bryant Drive ......................... &ROHPDQ&ROLVHXP5RRP ....................................7XVFDORRVD$/

FOSTER AUDITORIUM The Alabama volleyball team returned to Foster Auditorium in 2011, after the building was renovated. Foster Auditorium is located off Hackberry Lane between University Avenue and Paul Bryant Drive. The volleyball coaches’ offices and team locker room facilities are located in Foster Auditorium.

MEDIA PARKING There is no specific media parking area for Alabama volleyball matches. Media members are allowed to park in any of the lots adjacent to Foster Auditorium. Parking near the back entrance of the auditorium is suggested for easier access to the media location.

UA VIDEO FEEDS/TELEVISION The University of Alabama, through the Crimson Tide Sports Network (CTSN), offers an FTP site that provides up-to-date interviews with coaches and athletes, taped video highlights and narrated tape packages from September through May. On occasion, the volleyball team is featured in this package. Please call the Athletics Commiuncations Office for more details at 205-348-6084. During the fall, the volleyball team’s progress will be covered on “Crimson Tide This Week,� a 30-minute weekly regional sports show.

SEC VIDEO FEEDS/TELEVISION Participating news affiliates can select individual clips to insert directly into online stories. Television stations also have access to an FTP account to run content on-air. The SEC Affiliate Network is managed through XOS Digital. To join, please request a participation form from the program’s director, Anna Marie Neri, at aneri@ xosdigital.com or at 407-670-5049.

AVCA The Division I Coaches Committee of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) compiles and releases a weekly ranking of NCAA Division I collegiate volleyball teams. The poll is released each Tuesday throughout the season. The results of the poll, as well as other information about the AVCA, can be found on the organization’s web page AVCA.org.

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P R E S I D E N T

DR. JUDY L. BONNER

Dr. Judith L. Bonner was named the 28th president of The University of Alabama on Nov. 1, 2012. Founded in 1831, the University is the state’s flagship and a student-centered comprehensive research university. Dr. Bonner served as interim president from March 5 until Aug. 31, 2012. She was promoted to executive vice president and provost on April 1, 2006, after serving as provost and vice president for Academic Affairs since March 2003. During the decade she served as provost, the University underwent transformational change growing from 19,000 students in 2003 to more than 33,600 in 2012. Each year, the academic strength of the student body and the faculty exceeded the record set the previous year. Alabama’s athletics programs likewise have excelled in recent years with four teams winning national championships in 2011-12. Dr. Bonner joined the faculty at The University of Alabama in 1981 as associate professor and head of the department of human nutrition and hospitality. She served as assistant academic vice president from 1985-1990 and as special assistant to the president from 1989-91. Promoted to professor in 1988, she was named dean of the College of Human Environmental Sciences in 1989 and held that position until 2003. Prior to coming to UA, she held faculty appointments in the department of pediatrics at UAB and the department of medical dietetics at The Ohio State University. Dr. Bonner earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Alabama and her Ph.D. from Ohio State, all in nutrition. Her research, focused on nutritional needs of chronically ill children and on eating disorders, has resulted in numerous publications. Dr. Bonner is an active member of civic, scientific and professional organizations. Among other awards and honors, her accolades include the Distinguished Alumni Award from Ohio State, the AHEA Leader Award and the award for Outstanding Dietitian for the state of Alabama.

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TOP RANKED UNIVERSITY

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BILL BATTLE

D I R E C T O R

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William R. “Bill” Battle was named Director of Athletics at The University of Alabama on March 22, 2013, succeeding Mal Moore who had held the position since November, 1999. Battle joined the Crimson Tide after a career as a college football coach and entrepreneur that consistently was hallmarked by innovation and foresight. A native of Birmingham, Ala., Battle attended The University of Alabama on a football scholarship and enjoyed a successful playing career as a threeyear starter at end for the Crimson Tide under legendary head coach Paul “Bear” Bryant from 1960-62. Battle was a member of Bryant’s first national championship team at Alabama in 1961. Generally regarded as the team’s best end throughout his playing career, he came to Tuscaloosa after starring in three sports at Birmingham’s West End High School. An excellent student, Battle holds a bachelor’s degree from The University of Alabama and a master’s degree from The University of Oklahoma. He was an Academic All-SEC selection as a senior in 1962 and was selected to play in the Senior Bowl all-star game in Mobile, Ala., in January of 1963. Battle was named first team tight end and second team defensive end on The University of Alabama All-Decade Team of the 1960s. Battle entered the coaching profession as a graduate assistant at the University of Oklahoma in 1963 under famed head coach Bud Wilkinson. In 1964 and 1965, he was an assistant coach at the United States Military Academy while serving a two-year military tour. In 1966, Battle moved on to the University of Tennessee, where he served as an assistant coach under head coach Doug Dickey for four seasons (1966-69) until he was named head coach of the Volunteers in 1970. When he was named head coach, Battle was the youngest head coach in college football at the age of 28. During his seven-year tenure as the Tennessee head coach (1970-76), Battle’s teams went 59-22-2, finished three seasons ranked in the nation’s top 10 among five top-20 finishes and won four out of five bowl games. Battle’s Tennessee teams won 11 games once (1970) and at least 10 games in three different seasons (1970, 1971 and 1972). His first Tennessee team finished the season ranked fourth in both national polls. The 1971 team finished ninth in both national polls while his 1972 Tennessee squad had a final ranking of eighth by the Associated Press and 11th in the coaches poll.

SHANE LYONS

DEPUTY ATHLETICS DIRECTOR / COO

JEFF PURINTON

ASSOCIATE A.D. FOOTBALL COMMUNICATIONS

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FINUS GASTON

EXECUTIVE ASSOCIATE A.D. CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

KEVIN ALMOND SENIOR ASSOCIATE A.D. SUPPORT SERVICES

DOUG WALKER ASSOCIATE A.D. COMMUNICATIONS

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

JEFF ALLEN

ASSISTANT A.D. SPORTS MEDICINE

MILTON OVERTON

SENIOR ASSOCIATE A.D. TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENT

A T H L E T I C S

Battle began a career in the private sector after his coaching career ended. He held various positions within Circle S Industries in Selma, Ala., and served as president of two different companies, as well as vice chairman of the Circle S Holding Company board. During his six years at Circle S, the organization grew from two companies earning $12 million in annual sales to 10 companies earning $60 million. Battle founded The Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC) in 1981, and he served as president and chief executive officer (CEO) until 2002. He also served as chairman of the board of Licensing Partners International (LPI), which was created in 2001 to represent the licensing interests of non-collegiate sports properties, as well as corporate and entertainment properties. A 1981 inductee into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, Battle was inducted as the first member in the charter class of the National Collegiate Licensing Association Hall of Fame in 2000. He received the 2005 Paul W. Bryant Alumni Athlete Award from the University of Alabama and was inducted into the International Licensing Industry Merchandisers Association (LIMA) Hall of Fame in 2008. Battle received a National Football Foundation award in 2008 for Outstanding Contributions to Amateur Football. In 2010, he was inducted into the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA) Hall of Fame and later was inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, receiving its Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011. Battle currently serves on the boards of the Bank of North Georgia, the BryantJordan Student-Athlete Foundation, The University of Alabama A-Club Educational & Charitable Foundation, the Crimson Tide Foundation, and the National Football Foundation. Battle’s wife Mary is a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Texas School of Nursing, with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. She earned a Master of Science in healthcare administration from the University of Alabama-Birmingham. Mary currently serves on the board of WellStar Health Systems of Atlanta, Ga., where she also serves on the WellStar’s Foundation Board, in addition to serving as chairperson of WellStar’s Major Gifts Committee. A member of the Arthritis Foundation of Birmingham, she is active in fundraising for research of rheumatoid arthritis. The Battles have been active in fundraising for UAB’s Department of Rheumatology and the school’s Stem Cell Institute. In their leisure time, the Battles enjoy life on their ranch in Georgia. Mary is an avid equestrian while Bill enjoys working on various projects around the ranch.

RONNY ROBERTSON

MARIE ROBBINS JONATHAN BOWLING

SENIOR ASSOCIATE A.D. ASSOCIATE A.D. DEVELOPMENT SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR

CHRIS BESANCENEY ASSISTANT A.D. TICKETING / TIDE PRIDE

TOMMY FORD ASSISTANT A.D. DONOR PROGRAMS

ASSOCIATE A.D. COMPLIANCE

BRAD LEDFORD

ASSISTANT A.D. STRATEGIC MARKETING

JON DEVER

ASSOCIATE A.D. STUDENT SERVICES

AARON VOLD ASSISTANT A.D. MAJOR GIFTS

CAROL PARK ASSOCIATE A.D. BUSINESS

DR. KEVIN WHITAKER FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE


On Campus

Life on The University of Alabama campus is defined by opportunities. If you want to get involved, join one of more than 350 student organizations, help plan concerts and speaker series, participate in intramural teams or run for student government. If you enjoy the arts, you can take advantage of a rich and varied schedule of musical, dance and theatre performances, art galleries and exhibitions, lectures and readings by writers, poets and experts on every topic imaginable. You can enrich your knowledge of the state and University’s history by visiting one of UA’s fine museums, which house countless historical artifacts and offer hands-on exploration opportunities. From the architecture on campus to the landscaping, the University of Alabama campus is one of the most beautiful places in the state of Alabama. The Ferguson Center was completed in 1973. Plans at the time called for the building to be constructed over Woods Hall, but it was built slightly to the north thanks to a student campaign to save the art building. The Ferguson Center Game Room located on the first floor is the perfect place to unwind, test your skill at a video game, play a friendly game of pool or ping-pong, or enter a campus tournament. With seven pool tables, video games, a ping-pong table, computer gaming and televisions, the Game Room offers a fun escape from the daily pressures of college life. The University of Alabama offers a complete educational, cultural and social experience. Whatever your interests, you’ll find a group, an organization, an activity or a program that will appeal to you at UA. The newly expanded Student Recreation Center offers first-class recreation facilities for students, faculty and staff. It includes two multi-use gyms, nine multi-purpose courts, weight machines, 1/8-mile jogging track, extensive cardio area, locker rooms, indoor swimming pool, dry and steam saunas, 12 lighted tennis courts, four aerobics rooms, eight racquetball courts and a squash court—together encompassing more than 200,000 square feet. The facility’s outdoor aquatic area, which opened in the summer of 2003, features a lazy river, lap swim, large waterpark-type slide and plenty of deck space.

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Foster Auditorium 2013 OUTLOOK HOME OF THE ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE The University of Alabama Athletics Department recently renovated and expanded Foster Auditorium to create a new home for the Crimson Tide’s volleyball and women’s basketball programs. The teams began competing again in Foster Auditorium in 2011. The restoration of the venerable three-story building was completed in January of 2011 in time for a women’s basketball game between Alabama and Florida on Feb. 13, when the Tide defeated the Gators 64-59. In their first return match to Foster Auditorium, the Alabama women’s volleyball team posted a 3-0 (25-12, 25-15, 25-15) victory over Alabama State in the Hampton Inn Bama Bash on Aug. 26, 2011. The remodel of the facility included refurbishing the arena portion of the building with new seating both on the floor level and on the second level overlooking the court, creating an impressive competitive atmosphere for both sports. “From the outside, Foster is a magnificent building,” head women’s volleyball coach Ed Allen said. “Once you get to the inside, you see the quality at which the building was renovated, with the ability to create an intimate environment. Everything was done first class.” The renovation also included suites for both programs to house locker rooms, team areas, meeting and video rooms, and coaches offices. A weight room and athletics training facilities were also included in the project. “Foster Auditorium is one of the best volleyball facilities in the country,” Allen said. “It provides a huge impact on our ability to attract the kind of athletes we expect to get at Alabama. For them to see the atmosphere they’re going to play in and how they are going to be taken care of makes the facility vital to our success. The fact that we don’t have to leave the arena to lift weights, practice or play will be enticing to future players at Alabama.” Originally built in 1939, Foster Auditorium was named in 1942 for Richard Clarke Foster, president of the University of Alabama from 1937-41. It was the largest and most expensive of 14 buildings added to campus between 1936 and 1939, using funds from the Public Works Administration. In its original capacity, Foster served as home for intramural sports, graduations, concerts, lectures and campus meetings. It also served as the home of several varsity athletic programs over the years, including the men’s basketball team from 1939-68, women’s basketball, which played a few games in Foster in their inaugural season in 1975, and gymnastics from 1975-84.

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In the early years of the Alabama’s volleyball program, the team practiced and competed in Foster. The women’s volleyball program, which began in 1974, played their first 15 seasons (1974-81 and 1989-95) in Foster Auditorium. The program was discontinued from 1982-88. The volleyball program made the move away from Foster before the 1996 season, playing in the main arena of Coleman Coliseum from 1996-99. Beginning with the 2000 campaign, volleyball competed in the Coleman Auxiliary Volleyball Extension (CAVE) for 11 seasons, before returning to Foster Auditorium in 2011. The University of Alabama women’s athletic program, including coaches and administrative offices, was located in Foster during the 1970s through the early 1980s. “With the way Foster is designed, it’s going to create a lot of energy for the team and an atmosphere that fans will want to come back to,” Allen said. “Playing in an intimate environment is going to be a huge home-court advantage for us and it provides an opportunity to springboard the program. Additionally, it has all the bells and whistles that should help attract top-notch recruits. It was a huge selling point in my decision to come to Alabama.”


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2013 OPPONENTS SETON HALL PIRATES

UT MARTIN SKYHAWKS

MISSOURI TIGERS

AUGUST 30 – 11 A.M. CT (WEST POINT, N.Y.) Location South Orange, N.J. Head Coach Allison Yeager Record at School 18-10 (second season) SID Contact Adam Satz SID Phone 973.761.9493 SID Email adam.satz@shu.edu Web Address shupirates.com

SEPTEMBER 14 - 7 P.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) Location Martin, Tenn. Head Coach Darrin McClure Record at School 52-104 (sixth season) SID Contact Ryne Rickman SID Phone 731.881.7632 SID Email rrickman@utm.edu Web Address UTMSports.com

OCTOBER 13 - 1:30 P.M. CT (COLUMBIA, MO.) NOVEMBER 10 - 1:30 P.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) Location Columbia, Mo. Head Coach Wayne Kreklow Record at School 153-98 (ninth season) SID Contact Shawn Davis SID Phone 573.882.0711 SID Email davisshaw@missouri.edu Web Address mutigers.com

WASHINGTON STATE COUGARS

CLEMSON TIGERS

2013 OUTLOOK

AUGUST 31 – 11 A.M. CT (WEST POINT, N.Y.) Location Pullman, Wash. Head Coach Jen Greeny Record at School 25-29 (third season) SID Contact Linda Chalich SID Phone 509.335.0268 SID Email lindak@wsu.edu Web Address wsucougars.com

SEPTEMBER 20 - 6 P.M. CT (CLEMSON, S.C.) Location Clemson, S.C. Head Coach Jolene Jordan Hoover Record at School 419-229 (21st season) SID Contact Jeff Kallin SID Phone 864.656.2114 SID Email kallin@clemson.edu Web Address ClemsonTigers.com

ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS

DELAWARE BLUE HENS

AUGUST 31 – 6 P.M. CT (WEST POINT, N.Y.) Location West Point, N.Y. Head Coach Alma Kovaci Record at School 137-45 (seventh season) SID Contact Amanda Niglia SID Phone 845.938.1725 SID Email amanda.niglia@usma.edu Web Address goARMYsports.com

SEPTEMBER 21 - 9 A.M. CT (CLEMSON, S.C.) Location Newmark, Del. Head Coach Bonnie Kenny Record at School 209-137 (12th season) SID Contact Kevin Tritt SID Phone 302.831.8715 SID Email ktritt@udel.edu Web Address BlueHens.com

HOUSTON BAPTIST HUSKIES

TROY TROJANS

SEPTEMBER 6 - 8 A.M. CT (MIAMI, FLA.) Location Houston, Texas Head Coach Trent Herman Record at School 20-11 (second season) SID Contact Russ Reneau SID Phone 281.649.3098 SID Email rreneau@hbu.edu Web Address hbuhuskies.com

FIU PANTHERS SEPTEMBER 6 - 2 P.M. CT (MIAMI, FLA.) Location Miami, Fla. Head Coach Rita Buck-Crockett Record at School 0-0 (first season) SID Contact Maegan Azpiazu SID Phone 305.248.2756 SID Email mazpiazu@fiu.edu Web Address FIUSports.com

UNC WILMINGTON SEAHAWKS

ALABAMA STATE HORNETS SEPTEMBER 24 - 7 P.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) Location Montgomery, Ala. Head Coach Penny Lucas-White Record at School 24-48 (third season) SID Contact Darrell Orand SID Phone 334.229.4511 SID Email dorand@alasu.edu Web Address bamastatesports.com

KENTUCKY WILDCATS

SEPTEMBER 8 - 11 A.M. CT (MIAMI, FLA.) Location Wilmington, N.C. Head Coach Amy Bambenek Record at School 43-77 (fifth season) SID Contact Jarrett Abelson SID Phone 910.962.3252 SID Email abelsonj@uncw.edu Web Address uncwsports.com

SEPTEMBER 29 - 1:30 P.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) OCTOBER 27 - 12:30 P.M. CT (LEXINGTON, KY.) Location Lexington, Ky. Head Coach Craig Skinner Record at School 180-76 (ninth season) SID Contact Deb Moore SID Phone 859.257.8506 SID Email deb.moore@uky.edu Web Address ukathletics.com

NICHOLLS STATE COLONELS

AUBURN TIGERS

SEPTEMBER 13 - 11:30 A.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) Location Thibodaux, La. Head Coach Patrick Hiltz Record at School 11-19 (second season) SID Contact Clyde Verdin SID Phone 985.448.4282 SID Email vlyde.verdin@nicholls.edu Web Address geauxcolonels.com

OCTOBER 2 - 7 P.M. CT (AUBURN, ALA.) Location Auburn, Ala. Head Coach Rick Nold Record at School 28-32 (third season) SID Contact Wes Todd SID Phone 334.750.5682 SID Email wkt0006@auburn.edu Web Address auburntigers.com

ARKANSAS STATE REDWOLVES

FLORIDA GATORS

SEPTEMBER 13 - 7 P.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) Location Jonesboro, Ark. Head Coach David Rehr Record at School 19-14 (second season) SID Contact Dennen Cuthbertson SID Phone 870.972.2541 SID Email mark.cuthbertson@smail.astate.edu Web Address AStateRedWolves.com

SOUTH ALABAMA JAGUARS SEPTEMBER 14 - 11:30 A.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) Location Mobile, Ala. Head Coach Amy Hendrichovsky Record at School 13-17 (second season) SID Contact Kevin Beasley SID Phone 251.414.8033 SID Email kbeasley@southalabama.edu Web Address usajaguars.com

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SEPTEMBER 21 - 3:30 P.M. CT (CLEMSON, S.C.) Location Troy, Ala. Head Coach Sonny Kirkpatrick Record at School 98-127 (eighth season) SID Contact Matt Mays SID Phone 334.670.3832 SID Email mtmays@troy.edu Web Address TroyTrojans.com

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OCTOBER 6 - 1:30 P.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) NOVEMBER 17 - 12:30 P.M. CT (GAINESVILLE, FLA.) Location Gainesville, Fla. Head Coach Mary Wise Record at School 686-80 (23rd season) SID Contact Amanda Brooks SID Phone 352.375.4683 x6120 SID Email amandabr@gators.edu Web Address gatorzone.com

TEXAS A&M AGGIES OCTOBER 18 - 7 P.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) Location College Stadium, Texas Head Coach Laurie Corbelli Record at School 424-200 (21st season) SID Contact Debbie Darrah SID Phone 979.862.5449 SID Email ddarrah@athletics.tamu.edu Web Address aggieathletics.com

LSU TIGERS OCTOBER 20 - 1:30 P.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) NOVEMBER 30 - 1 P.M. CT (BATON ROUGE, LA.) Location Baton Rouge, La. Head Coach Fran Flory Record at School 279-173 (16th season) SID Contact Matt Dunnaway SID Phone 225.578.1869 SID Email mdunnaway@lsu.edu Web Address lsusports.net

GEORGIA BULLDOGS OCTOBER 25 - 6 P.M. CT (ATHENS, GA.) Location Athens, Ga. Head Coach Lizzy Stemke Record at School 25-35 (third season) SID Contact Jen Galas SID Phone 706.542.9259 SID Email jgalas@sports.uga.edu Web Address georgiadogs.com

MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOGS NOVEMBER 1 - 7 P.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) NOVEMBER 27 - 7 P.M. CT (STARKVILLE, MISS.) Location Starkville, Miss. Head Coach Jenny Hazelwood Record at School 36-84 (fifth season) SID Contact TBA SID Phone 662.325.8040 SID Email TBA Web Address hailstate.com

UAB BLAZERS NOVEMBER 5 - 7 P.M. (BIRMINGHAM, ALA.) Location Birmingham, Ala. Head Coach Kerry Messersmith Record at School 151-86 (eighth season) SID Contact TBA SID Phone 205.934.0725 SID Email TBA Web Address uabsports.com

SOUTH CAROLINA GAMECOCKS NOVEMBER 15 - 6 P.M. CT (COLUMBIA, S.C.) Location Columbia, S.C. Head Coach Scott Swanson Record at School 32-30 (third season) SID Contact Koby Padgett SID Phone 803.777.5204 SID Email padgettmk@mailbox.sc.edu Web Address gamecocksonline.com

MISSISSIPPI REBELS NOVEMBER 22 - 7 P.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) Location Oxford, Miss. Head Coach Joe Getzin Record at School 145-182 (12th season) SID Contact Metz Camfield SID Phone metz@olemiss.edu SID Email 662.325.8040 Web Address olemisssports.com

ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS OCTOBER 11 - 7 P.M. CT (FAYETTEVILLE, ARK.) NOVEMBER 8 - 7 P.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) Location Fayetteville, Ark. Head Coach Robert Pulliza Record at School 74-81 (sixth season) SID Contact Zach Lawson SID Phone 479.575.7089 SID Email zlawson@uark.edu Web Address arkansasrazorbacks.com

TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS NOVEMBER 24 - 1:30 P.M. CT (TUSCALOOSA, ALA.) Location Knoxville, Tenn. Head Coach Rob Patrick Record at School 342-162 (17th season) SID Contact Cassandra Novy SID Phone 865.974.1294 SID Email cnovy@utk.edu Web Address utsports.com


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2013 OUTLOOK

2013 ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL ROSTER

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Ed Allen (Ball State, 1988/Third Season) Assistant Coach: Ryan Wills (Tulsa, 2008/Third Season) Assistant Coach: Bryn Kehoe (Stanford, 2008/First Season) Athletic Trainer: Leigh Waters (First Year) Strength Coach: Josh Hampton (First Year) PRONUNCIATIONS Andrea McQuaid (Ann-DREE-ah) Laura Steiner (STY-ner) Bria Green (BREE-Ah)

Kelsey Melito (Mah-LEE-toe) Sherrill Dahlmann (DOLL-Man) Caitlin Bernardin (Ber-NAR-din)

INSIDE THE ROSTER RETURNING LETTERWINNERS (7) Sherrill Dahlmann Kryssi Daniels Andrea McQuaid Kelsey Melito Laura Steiner Mattie Weldy Katherine White REDSHIRTS (1) Krystal Rivers

NEWCOMERS (3) Caitlin Bernardin Bria Green Brittany Thomas RETURNING STARTERS (4) Kryssi Daniels Andrea McQuaid Katherine White Sierra Wilson

SENIORS (2) Andrea McQuaid Kelsey Melito JUNIORS (2) Caitlin Bernardin Katherine White SOPHOMORES (5) Sherrill Dahlmann Kryssi Daniels Laura Steiner Mattie Weldy Sierra Wilson

FRESHMEN (3) Bria Green Krystal Rivers (RS) Brittany Thomas TIDE BY STATE Alabama (5) California (3) Arizona (1) Colorado (1) Georgia (1) Texas (1)

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HEAD COACH ED ALLEN Ed Allen returns for his third season as the head women’s volleyball coach at the University of Alabama in 2013. Allen was named the head women’s volleyball coach at the Capstone on Jan. 10, 2011, after being named the 2010 Conference USA Coach of the Year and the 2010 AVCA Midwest Regional Coach of the Year at the University of Tulsa. Allen, the fourth head coach in the history of the Alabama volleyball program, led the Crimson Tide to a 29-34 overall record in his first two Head Coach Third Year seasons at the Capstone, following an 18-14 mark in 2012. The winning BALL STATE, 1988 season was the first for Alabama since 2008, while the 18 wins were the most for a Tide team since the 2005 team posted 23 victories. Alabama had a 7-13 record in Southeastern Conference play in 2012, posting the most conference wins since 2008, when the Tide won nine SEC matches. A winner at every level of coaching, Allen enters his 22nd overall season as a head coach with a career record of 523-217 (.707). Entering the 2013 season, Allen is tied for 27th among active coaches with 523 wins, while his .707 winning percentage ranks 23rd among active Division I coaches. After leading the Tide to a 18-14 record in 2012, Allen recorded his 20th winning season in 21 years as a head coach. In the 2012 season, senior outside hitter Kayla Fitter garnered second team All-SEC honors, while freshman setter Sierra Wilson and freshman outside hitter Laura Steiner earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors during the year. Fellow freshman Kryssi Daniels led the SEC with 51 aces and finished 17th in the country with 0.43 aces per set. Allen is a six-time conference coach of the year award winner, while guiding his teams to five regular-season titles, four conference tournament titles, and the NCAA postseason four times. He has coached 61 all-conference performers and eight conference player of the year selections.

ED ALLEN

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In his final season at Tulsa (2010), Allen guided the Golden Hurricane to a school-record 31 wins, including a 20-0 record in Conference USA action. The 20 conference wins also set a school mark, and he guided Tulsa to the program’s first NCAA Tournament victory, a 3-0 upset win over 13th-seeded LSU. In 2010, Tulsa captured the C-USA regular-season title for the second time in school history, the first coming in 2006 (Allen’s first year with the program). He led Tulsa to a 31-3 campaign and a second-round finish in the 2010 NCAA Tournament. In five seasons at Tulsa, Allen led his team to at least 20 wins each year and compiled an overall record of 133-37 (.782), with a 65-19 (.774) conference mark. He became the fastest Golden Hurricane coach to reach 100 wins since the program began in 1976, accumulating more wins in the first five seasons than any other coach in the history of the program. Tulsa volleyball players combined for 24 all-conference selections during Allen’s tenure, including nine first-team selections, two player of the year honorees, three setter of the year honorees, and one freshman of the year. Tyler Henderson was named the 2010 C-USA Player of the Year and garnered her second straight AVCA All-America selection. Henderson was the second All-American for Tulsa to be coached by Allen. The other was setter Julia Silva, a former assistant coach at Alabama, who was a three-time AVCA honorable mention All-American and a two-time C-USA Setter of the Year. In his last 11 seasons as a head coach, Allen has guided his teams to eight regular-season or tournament championships. His first squad (2006) at Tulsa won the C-USA regular-season title, while his second (2007) won the C-USA postseason tournament crown, earning the program’s first NCAA Tournament berth. He was named the Conference USA Coach of the Year twice, first in 2006 and again in 2010. Prior to Tulsa, Allen spent three seasons (2003-05) as the head volleyball coach at Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C. During his tenure, Allen’s teams compiled an overall 94-18 record, a 39-3 conference mark, won three South Atlantic Conference Championships, two conference tournament titles and qualified for the NCAA Division II National Tournament twice. At Presbyterian, Allen coached two All-Americans, three conference players of the year, two conference tournament MVPs,


HEAD COACH ED ALLEN ED ALLEN AT A GLANCE COACHING TIMELINE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA 2011-PRESENT (THIRD SEASON) RECORD AT ALABAMA: 29-34 (.460) 2011 .............................................................. 11-20 2012 .............................................................. 18-14

PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE 2003-05 (3 SEASONS) RECORD AT PC: 94-18 (.839) 2003 ................................................................ 34-5 2004 ................................................................ 28-8 2005 ................................................................ 32-5

one freshman of the year, 12 all-conference players and five all-region selections. Allen served on the NCAA Division II Head Coaches Committee, NCAA Division II South Region Poll Committee and NCAA Division II South Region Player Committee while at Presbyterian. Allen spent 11 years as head coach of the Anderson University volleyball program in Anderson, Ind. During that tenure, he built the program into one of the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premier NCAA Division III squads. His teams compiled a program-record 11 straight winning seasons, including nine 20-win seasons, won 17 tournament titles, and posted a 267-128 (.676) record. He coached 34 all-conference, 23 alltournament, and two conference players of the year during his tenure with the Ravens. Allen also served as assistant director of athletics at Anderson University for seven years and was responsible for facility management. In five of his final six years at Anderson, Allenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s teams earned CoSIDA Academic All-America honorees and in each of his 11 years as head coach at Anderson the team compiled at least a cumulative 3.0 GPA. He also coached two academic All-Americans and four academic allregion selections at Anderson. Prior to moving to the collegiate level, Allen was an assistant volleyball coach at Pendleton Heights (Ind.) High School for three years (1989-91) and also had a two-year mark of 33-6 as the junior varsity coach. Allen earned his bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in physical education in 1988 and his masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in athletic administration in 1996, both from Ball State University. He is also a member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA). Allen, 49, and his wife Karis have three sons: Drake, Payton and Nolan.

ANDERSON UNIVERSITY 1992-2002 (11 SEASONS) RECORD AT ANDERSON: 267-128 (.676) 1992 ............................................................... 19-14 1993 .............................................................. 19-16 1994 .............................................................. 28-14 1995 .............................................................. 20-13 1996 .............................................................. 24-11 1997 .............................................................. 23-12 1998 ................................................................ 25-9 1999 ................................................................. 31-8 2000 ................................................................ 29-7 2001 .............................................................. 26-11 2002 .............................................................. 23-13 CAREER RECORD

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UNIVERSITY OF TULSA 2006-10 (5 SEASONS) RECORD AT TULSA: 133-37 (.782) 2006 ................................................................ 27-7 2007 ................................................................ 27-9 2008 .............................................................. 22-11 2009 ................................................................ 26-7 2010 ................................................................ 31-3

523-217 (.707) (21 SEASONS)

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

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ASSISTANT COACH RYAN WILLS Ryan Wills returns for his third season as an assistant coach for the Alabama women’s volleyball program in 2013. His primary responsibilities include working with the Crimson Tide middle blockers, installing the passing system, helping with the coordination of the defensive scheme and serving as the camp coordinator. Before coming to Alabama, Wills was an assistant coach at the University of Tulsa for one season. In 2010, he helped the Golden Hurricane post a school record with 31 wins, including Assistant Coach Third Year winning the program’s first NCAA Tournament match. Tulsa finished the TULSA, 2008 2010 season with a 31-3 record and was 20-0 in Conference USA, earning the school’s second regular-season conference title. Tulsa ended the season ranked No. 20 in the country in the AVCA Coaches’ Poll. Prior to his time at Tulsa, Wills spent two years in California, where he served as Beach Program Director at Mizuno Long Beach Volleyball Club and coached two teams for the club. He also was a volunteer coach for the UCLA women’s volleyball team for two seasons. As a volunteer coach at UCLA from 2008-10, Wills assisted the Bruins program under now-retired head coach Andy Banachowski, the all-time winningest NCAA Division I women’s volleyball coach. During Wills’ time with the program, UCLA reached the NCAA regional semifinals in 2008 and the NCAA second round in 2009. He helped train three AVCA AllAmericans, two Pac-10 Conference Freshmen of the Year and one AVCA National Freshman of the Year. As the BEACH Team Director and Developer at Mizuno Long Beach Volleyball Club, Wills organized a sand volleyball program for the club, and in 2009 the program won the inaugural national club championship for club beach volleyball. As a coach for the Mizuno Long Beach programs, Wills helped one team win a silver medal in the 16 Open Division, a national championship in the 17 Open division at the Junior Olympics and the Southern California Volleyball Association championship in 2008. While at the Mizuno Long Beach Volleyball Club, Wills coached his teams to three Junior Olympic medalist finishes in three years, trained nine girls who received Division I scholarships and had five players earn Junior Olympic All-America honors, including Kellie Culbertson, the Junior Olympic 17 open division Most Valuable Player. As a student assistant at Tulsa from 2006-08, Wills helped the Golden Hurricane win its first Conference USA regular-season title in 2006, followed by the program’s first C-USA tournament championship and NCAA Tournament appearance in 2007. Tulsa compiled a 54-15 record during those two seasons. Wills assisted with Club ONE Volleyball in Tulsa from 2006-08, during which time the program won three Oklahoma Regional Volleyball Association Championships and received three bids to the Junior Olympic National Championship. He also served as a personal beach volleyball coach in Hermosa Beach, Calif., from 2006-10. Wills graduated from Tulsa in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration. He and his wife Evyn currently live in Tuscaloosa.

RYAN WILLS

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RYAN WILLS AT A GLANCE COACHING TIMELINE University of Alabama University of Tulsa UCLA (volunteer)

2011-present 2010 2008-09

STUDENT ASSISTANT University of Tulsa

2006-08

EDUCATION University of Tulsa Bachelor of Science degree in business administration

2008


ASSISTANT COACH BRYN KEHOE

BRYN KEHOE

BRYN KEHOE AT A GLANCE COACHING TIMELINE University of Alabama AS A PLAYER 6DJUHV18& 1HXFKDWHO6ZLW]HUODQG  %LHO%LHQQH9%& %LHO%LHQQH6ZLW]HUODQG  Stanford University EDUCATION Stanford University Bachelor of Arts degree in communications

2013

  2004-07

2008

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University of Alabama head womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s volleyball coach Ed Allen announced the hiring of Bryn Kehoe as an assistant coach for the Crimson Tide on Feb. 15, 2013. Kehoe, one of the top players in Stanford volleyball history, will work with the setters and coordinate the Tideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s offensive system. Kehoe gained coaching experience as a lead coach for Gold Medal Squared from 2010-13, was a lead coach for the All-American Volleyball camps from 2008-13, and Assistant Coach First Year was the head coach of the T-Street Volleyball Club in Irvine, Calif., for one STANFORD, 2008 season (2009-10). Kehoe comes to Tuscaloosa after spending the past four seasons (2008-12) playing overseas for Sagres NUC in Neuchatel, Switzerland, where she helped her team place second in the Swiss Championship in 2010 and 2011. Following an outstanding collegiate career at Stanford University, Kehoeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s professional playing career began in 2008, when she joined the Biel-Bienne VBC team in Biel-Bienne, Switzerland from August of 2008 through April of 2009. In addition to her experience playing overseas, Kehoe also spent time in the USA Volleyball program. Most recently, she started one of three matches and played four sets on Team USAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tour of China in 2010. In 2005, Kehoe was a member of the U.S. Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s National Team that competed in the Montreux Masters. She was the starting setter for the 2005 U.S. Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Junior National Team that competed at the FIVB World Championship in Turkey, was a member of the 2004 U.S. Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Junior National Team that won the gold medal at the NORCECA Continental Championship, and was a member of the 2003 U.S. Girls Youth National Team that competed at the FIVB World Championship in Poland. In four seasons as the starting setter at Stanford, Kehoe helped guide the Cardinal to the NCAA championship game three times, including a national championship in 2004 when she was a freshman. With Kehoe as the starting setter in 2006 and 2007, Stanford finished runner-up in the NCAA tournament each year. Kehoe garnered a number of accolades in her playing days on â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Farm,â&#x20AC;? as she was a three-time American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-American, from 2005-07. She was also named an All-American by Volleyball Magazine in 2006 and 2007, was a first team All-PAC-10 selection in 2004, 2006 and 2007, and was named the 2007 National Setter of the Year by CVU.com. Kehoe left the Stanford program as the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all-time leader in career assists (5,956), while ranking in the top-10 in services aces (129) and digs (1,220). As a senior, she set the school single-season record with 1,742 assists in 2007, breaking her previous school record when she had 1,637 assists as a freshman in 2004. Her school record of 14.40 assists per set in 2007 led the country. A native of North Bend, Ohio, Kehoe comes from a volleyball family. Her parents Steve and Amy played collegiately at Ball State and Western Michigan, respectively, and her brother Seth played volleyball at the University of Cincinnati and her brother Steven played volleyball at Ohio State, where he won a national championship in 2011. Kehoe graduated from Stanford in 2008 with a bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in communications.

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6 at Georgia (Sept. 21, 2012) 14 vs. Northeastern (Aug. 24, 2012)

Hitting Percentage

Assists

64 at Missouri (Nov. 23, 2012)

Aces 4 vs. North Carolina Central (Aug. 31, 2012) Digs

Block Solos

15 (Twice) at Georgia (Sept. 21, 2012) vs. Northeastern (Aug. 24, 2012) 1 (Twice) at Georgia (Sept. 21, 2012) at Holy Cross (Aug. 24, 2012)

Block Assists 3 (5 Times) vs. South Carolina (Nov. 16, 2012) vs. Texas A&M (Sept. 30, 2012) vs. Mississippi (Sept. 28, 2012) at Georgia (Sept. 21, 2012) vs. LSU (Sept. 14, 2012) Total Blocks

4 at Georgia (Sept. 21, 2012)

while hitting .348 with two errors on 23 attempts in the Beanpot Classic â&#x20AC;Ś closed out the tournament with 48 assists, two kills, two aces and two digs in a four-set win over Sacred Heart (Aug. 25) ... recorded a season-high 14 attempts in the five-set loss to Northeastern (Aug. 24), while posting four kills, 15 digs and a block assist against the Huskies ... in her debut match, she recorded 32 assists and hit .667 with four kills and no errors on six attempts in a three-set victory over Holy Cross (Aug. 24), adding nine digs and three total blocks (1 solo, 2 assisted). HIGH SCHOOL Led Troy High School with 566 assists, while adding 178 digs, 92 kills, 30 aces and 28 total blocks during her senior season â&#x20AC;Ś helped the Warriors post a 9-1 Freeway League record in 2011, and win league titles in four straight seasons â&#x20AC;Ś named to the 2011 American Volleyball Coaches Association Under Armour Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; HS All-America Watch List â&#x20AC;Ś garnered first team AllCIF as a senior ... as a junior, helped Troy HS to a 35-3 overall record, while dishing out 833 assists, adding 94 kills, 50 total blocks and 43 aces â&#x20AC;Ś Troy finished 2010 ranked 28th in California, following a runner-up Southern California Regional Division 2 finish â&#x20AC;Ś helped Troy to its third straight undefeated Freeway League season, California Interscholastic Federation Division IIA finalists, a CIF State Southern Regional Division II Championship.

PROFILES

2012 (FRESHMAN) Was a member of the 2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll â&#x20AC;Ś named the SEC Freshman of the Week on Sept. 17 ... became the first true freshman to start at setter for Alabama since 2004 ... finished the season with 1,293 assists which ranks 10th in a single season at UA â&#x20AC;Ś ranked second in the SEC and 46th in the country with 10.87 assists per set ... named to the Hampton Inn Bama Bash All-Tournament Team ... named to the Elon Phoenix Classic All-Tournament Team ... named to the Beanpot Classic All-Tournament Team ... was one of two players to start all 32 matches and play in all 119 sets â&#x20AC;Ś was third on the team with 18 aces, had 72 kills, and finished the year averaging 1.94 digs per set â&#x20AC;Ś recorded a season-high 64 assists at Missouri (Nov. 23) ... posted 49 assists along with two kills against Auburn (Nov. 18) ... tallied her seventh double-double of the season with 47 assists and 14 digs against South Carolina (Nov. 16) ... posted 44 assists along with two block assists in the win over Kentucky (Nov. 9) ... recorded eight digs, 50 assists and one block assist at Mississippi State (Nov. 4) ... posted her sixth double-double of the season with 49 assists and 11 digs at Arkansas (Oct. 26) ... recorded four kills on eight attempts with 40 assists, one ace and eight digs against Georgia (Oct. 21) ... had three kills on five attempts at LSU (Oct. 14) with 50 assists, 11 digs and a block assist ... recorded three kills in the win at South Carolina (Oct. 12) along with 48 assists ... posted four kills with 42 assists versus Missouri (Oct. 7), along with 14 digs and two block assists ... tied her season best with three block assists versus Texas A&M (9.30) ... had three kills on four attempts with 11 digs and three block assists in the win over Mississippi (Sept. 28) ... posted season bests at Georgia (Sept. 21) with six kills, a .600 hitting percentage (6-0/10) and four total blocks while also tying season-bests with 15 digs, one solo block and three block assists ... tallied 70 assists, 15 digs, one ace and four block assists during the first weekend of SEC play ... recorded a season-high three block assists in the win over LSU (Sept. 14) ... posted six block assists and 157 assists (12.08 aps) in the Hampton Inn Bama Bash ... tallied 44 assists, seven digs and two kills against Samford (9.11) ... had a four-set season high of 55 assists against Austin Peay (Sept. 7) ... recorded six of her 18 aces in the Phoenix Classic, four of those against North Carolina Central (Sept. 31) ... posted four kills while hitting .429 against Elon (Sept. 1) ... had 39 assists in three sets against Gardner-Webb (Sept. 1) ... tallied 35 assists in a three-set victory over Alabama A&M (Aug. 28) ... completed the three matches of the Beanpot Classic with 136 assists to average 11.33 assists per set â&#x20AC;Ś added 10 kills from the setter position

Anaheim, Calif. (Troy HS)

PERSONAL Born Aug. 10, 1994, to Blake and Laura Wilson in Fountain Valley, Calif. ... both parents attended Cal State Fullerton ... has a sister Shaelyn and a brother Connor ... played club volleyball for the Huntington Beach TCA 18s-1 ... is majoring in pre-major studies.

CAREER STATS

Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

2012 TOTAL

119-32 119-32

72 72

0.61 0.61

19 19

208 208

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

.255 1293 10.87 .255 1293 10.87

pct

a

18 18

0.15 0.15

24 24

231 231

1.94 1.94

1 1

2 2

42 42

44 44

0.37 0.37

2 2

bhe

pts

pts/s

16 113.0 16 113.0

0.95 0.95

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season-high .522 hitting percentage (13-1/23) at South Carolina (Oct. 12) ... posted eight kills, one solo block and one block assist vs. Missouri (Oct. 7) ... had an ace and a block assist against Mississippi (Sept. 28) ... tied her season best with 34 attempts at Auburn (Sept. 23) ... posted 11 kills and 16 digs, with two block assists during the first weekend of SEC play ... had 11 kills with a .391 hitting percentage in a 3-1 win over Samford (Sept. 11) ... had team highs with 41.5 points, 37 kills and 105 attempts in the Hampton Inn Bama Bash, and added 2.85 digs per set in the tournament ... had 10 kills and nine digs against Alabama State (Sept. 8) ... posted a season-high 34 attempts against Austin Peay (Sept. 7) and recorded her 17th career double-double with 12 kills and 14 digs ... had eight kills with no errors and nine digs against Lamar (Sept. 7) ... averaged 3.33 kills per set with a .410 hitting percentage in the three matches of the Phoenix Classic, adding 19 digs, three total blocks, and four assists in the tournament â&#x20AC;Ś had seven kills on 17 attempts with no errors against Alabama A&M (Aug. 28) for a .412 hitting percentage ... also had two aces in the match against the Bulldogs ... hit .333 in the Beanpot Classic with 34 kills to average 2.85 kills per set in the tournament ... recorded a careerhigh five block assists along with 12 kills and team-high 15.5 points in the match against Sacred Heart (Aug. 25) ... posted her first double-double of the season with 14 kills and 17 digs against Northeastern (Aug. 24).

S/RS

ANDREA MCQUAID Ovilla, Texas (Oklahoma) CAREER HIGHS Kills

22 at Mississippi State (Nov. 20, 2011)

Attempts

2011 (SOPHOMORE) Was one of two players to start all 31 matches and one of three players to play in all 113 sets ... finished second on the team with 239 kills (2.12 kps) while hitting .219 ... tallied 164 of her 239 kills during SEC play to average 2.41 kills per set during conference action ... was second on the team with 164 digs (2.41 dps) during SEC play ... finished second in the SEC with 15 total doubledoubles and three triple-doubles ... was second on the team in assists (507) and digs (293), third in service aces (22) and fourth in blocks (42) ... recorded a career-high 54 attempts and three total blocks at Mississippi (Nov. 25) ... posted a career-high 22 kills at Mississippi State (Nov. 20) ... recorded her 15th double-double of the season at South Carolina (Nov. 6) with 11 kills and 15 digs ... notched her third triple-double of the season with 10 kills, 21 assists and 12 digs in the five-set match versus Auburn (Oct. 30), adding a season-high four total blocks and tied her career-high with two solos ... had her 11th double-double with 15 assists and 13 digs against Georgia (Oct. 28) ... had three assisted blocks at Arkansas (Oct. 23) ... recorded her 10th double-double of the season with 16 kills and 23 assists, while hitting .471 against South Carolina (Oct. 14) ... recorded a double-double at Tennessee (Oct. 7) with 13 kills and 13 assists ... had a double-double against Mississippi State (Sept. 30) with 13 assists and 10 digs ... had a doubledouble with 21 assists and 12 digs against Mississippi (Sept. 28) ... hit a season-best .778 and earned her sixth double-double of the season at Georgia (Sept. 25) with 25 assists and 12 digs ... earned a season-best two solo blocks against LSU (Sept. 18) ... recorded her fifth double-double of the season against Arkansas (Sept. 16) with 26 assists and 10 digs ... posted her second triple-double of the season versus Penn (Sept. 10) with 13 kills, 23 assists and 21 digs ... earned her fourth double-double with 22 assists and 11 digs versus Ohio State (Sept. 10) ... posted her first triple-double with 13 kills, a career-high 25 digs and 29 assists at SMU (Sept. 3) ... the triple-double was the first at Alabama since Oct. 1, 1999, and the fourth since the program restarted in 1989 ... had a career-high 32 assists, along with 14 digs and two blocks against Samford (Aug. 30) ... had seven kills, 23 assists and 14 digs against Austin Peay (Aug. 26) ... had five kills against Alabama State (Aug. 26).

54 at Mississippi (Nov. 25, 2011)

Hitting Percentage .522 (13-1-23) at South Carolina (Oct. 12, 2012)

PROFILES

Assists

32 at Samford (Aug. 30, 2011)

Aces

3 (2 Times) at Toledo (Sept. 9, 2011) vs. TCU (Sept. 3, 2011)

Digs

25 at SMU (Sept. 3, 2011)

Block Solos

2 (2 Times) vs. LSU (Sept. 18, 2011) vs. Auburn (Oct. 30, 2011)

Block Assists 5 vs. Sacred Heart (Aug. 25, 2012) Total Blocks

5 vs. Sacred Heart (Aug. 25, 2012)

2012 (JUNIOR) Named the Most Valuable Player of the Elon Phoenix Classic ... named to the Beanpot Classic All-Tournament Team ... was a member of the 2012 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll â&#x20AC;Ś finished the season fourth on the team with 2.05 kills per set ... had a .238 hitting percentage, while averaging 1.63 digs and 0.35 blocks per set â&#x20AC;Ś was fifth on the team with 15 aces â&#x20AC;Ś played in 31 matches with 25 starts, totaling 108 sets played â&#x20AC;Ś posted seven kills against Auburn (Nov .18) ... had six kills and two block assists in the win over Kentucky (Nov. 9) ... recorded her sixth double-digit dig match of the season with 10 against Arkansas (Oct. 26) ... had nine kills on 19 attempts (.474) against Georgia (Oct. 21) ... recorded a

2010 (FRESHMAN-OKLAHOMA) Played in 51 sets, averaging 1.65 digs per set and 0.61 assists per set ... averaged 1.46 digs per set during conference matches ... had 0.58 assists per set and 1.71 digs per set in non-conference matches ... saw action in 10 sets at the Dr. Mary Jo Wynn Invitational, with 19 digs ... played in nine sets at the Houston Invitational and had 11 digs ... played 10 sets during the Nike Invitational, averaging 2.20 digs per set ... set seasonhigh for assists with six against Miami ... had seasonbest 13 digs against Wichita State. HIGH SCHOOL Prepped at Red Oak (Texas) High School for coach Hope Porter ... was a 2009 Under Armour High School All-America second-team honoree ... named to PrepVolleyball.comâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Top 100 Senior Aces and Defensive Dandies list ... first team All-Texas selection by LoneStarVolleyball.com ... Texas Girls Coaches Association 4A/5A West All-Star team ... named to Vype Magazineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Top-10 Players to Watch List ... also named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) high school watch list ... named Most Valuable Player of the Coppell Tournament ... served as team captain for three seasons ... named to PrepVolleyball. comâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top-50 juniors list and second team Defensive Dandies ... earned District 15-4A Most Valuable Player honors as a junior and senior ... also earned team MVP honors ... named to the all-tournament teams at Coppell and Northwest ... attended Duncanville High School her freshman and sophomore seasons ... named Best Passer at the PrepVolleyball.com Classic ... District 8-5A MVP ... earned team MVP honors as a sophomore ... named District 8-5A Newcomer of the Year as a freshman ... named to the all-tournament team at the National Junior Olympics 15-Open division ... also participated in track and field ... secretary of the National Honor Society ... also a member of the Spanish National Honor Society. PERSONAL Born Andrea Rose McQuaid in Desoto, Texas, on Oct. 22, 1991 ... daughter of Karen and Rob McQuaid ... father Rob played basketball at Midwestern State â&#x20AC;Ś has two brothers Matthew and Mike ... uncle Mike Winters played basketball at New Mexico ... grandfather Lanny Winters played basketball and baseball at New Mexico â&#x20AC;Ś participates in the Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Initiative Program and Big Brothers/Big Sisters Program ... majoring in accounting.

CAREER STATS

16

Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

2011 2012 TOTAL

113-31 108-31 221-62

239 221 460

2.12 2.05 2.08

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

90 679 78 601 168 1280

e

.219 .238 .228

507 23 530

4.49 0.21 2.40

22 15 37

0.19 0.14 0.17

40 21 61

293 176 469

2.59 1.63 2.12

6 16 22

7 4 11

35 34 69

42 38 80

0.37 0.35 0.36

1 0 1

bhe

pts

pts/s

6 285.5 1 257.0 7 542.5

2.52 2.38 2.45


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KELSEY MELITO 2012 (JUNIOR) Was a member of the 2012 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll â&#x20AC;Ś played in 25 matches with one start as a defensive specialist, totaling 84 sets â&#x20AC;Ś finished the season with 127 digs to average 1.51 digs per set â&#x20AC;Ś posted her fifth double-digit dig match of the season with 11 at Missouri (Nov. 23) ... had nine digs against Auburn (Nov. 18) ... recorded her fourth double-digit dig match of the season with 10 against South Carolina (Nov. 16) ... had six digs in the win over Kentucky (Nov. 9) ... posted a career-high 16 digs at Mississippi State (Nov. 4), while tying her career best with two aces ... had two aces against Georgia (Oct. 21) while posting four digs ... recorded 13 digs at LSU (Oct. 14) ... had 10 digs at South Carolina (Oct. 12) for her first career match with doubledigit digs ... had eight digs versus Missouri (Oct. 7) ... posted the second kill of her career at Auburn (Sept. 23) ... recorded the first kill of her career at Georgia (9.21) while also tying a career-best with two aces ... posted four digs in the win over LSU (Sept. 14) ... had an ace in one set played against Samford (Sept. 11) ... recorded her first ace of the season against Alabama State (Sept. 8) ... posted a career-best with two assists and six digs against Lamar (Sept. 7) in the Hampton Inn Bama Bash ... made her first appearance of the season in the match versus Alabama A&M (Aug. 28), did not record any stats.

CAREER HIGHS Kills

Attempts

1 (Twice) at Auburn (Sept. 23, 2012) at Georgia (Sept. 21, 2012) 1 (4 times) at Mississippi State (Nov. 4, 2012) at Auburn (Sept. 23, 2012) at Georgia (Sept. 21, 2012) vs. Tennessee (Nov. 5, 2010)

Hitting Percentage 1.000 (Twice) at Auburn (1-0/1) (Sept. 23, 2012) at Georgia (1-0/1) (Sept. 21, 2012) Assists

Aces

Digs

2 vs. Lamar (Sept. 7, 2012) 2 (4 times) at Mississippi State (Nov. 4, 2012) vs. Georgia (Oct. 21, 2012) at Georgia (Sept. 21, 2012) vs. Alabama A&M (Oct. 4, 2011)

None

Block Assists

None

Total Blocks

None

PERSONAL Born Aug. 26, 1991 ... daughter of Chuck and Jill Melito ... has two sisters, Melissa and Jessica ... majoring in journalism.

2011 (SOPHOMORE) Finished the season with three matches played while making two starts ... made her second appearance in the starting lineup at South Carolina (Nov. 6) ... made her first start of the season in the back row against Florida (Nov. 4) ... tied her season high with two digs against the Gators ... saw her first action of the season against Alabama A&M (Oct. 4), playing two sets and had a match-high two services aces with two digs.

16 at Mississippi State (Nov. 4, 2012)

Block Solos

HIGH SCHOOL Earned Georgia High School Association AllTournament and all-area honors from 2006-2009 ... named to the GHSA All-State Team in 2008 and 2009 ... merited The Lovett Varsity volleyball MVP award in 2006, 2008 and 2009 ... recognized as the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Best All-Around and Most Committed for the 2008-2009 season ... named Most Athletic Female in each of her four years at The Lovett School.

PROFILES

Atlanta, Ga. (The Lovett School)

2010 (FRESHMAN) Named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll ... collected one assist against Tennessee ... saw the first action of her collegiate career in the win over Furman.

CAREER STATS

Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

pts

pts/s

2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

5-5 7-3 75-23 87-31

0 0 2 2

0.00 0.00 0.03 0.02

0 0 0 0

1 0 3 4

.000 .000 .667 .500

1 0 3 4

0.20 0.00 0.04 0.05

0 2 9 11

0.00 0.29 0.12 0.13

0 2 11 13

0 4 111 115

0.00 0.57 1.48 1.32

0 5 13 18

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0.0 2.0 11.0 13.0

0.00 0.29 0.15 0.15

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KRYSSI DANIELS 2012 (FRESHMAN) Her team-leading 51 aces ranked first in the SEC, while her conference-best 0.43 aces per set ranked tied for 17th in the country ... played in all 32 matches with 25 starts as a defensive specialist â&#x20AC;Ś was second on the team with 2.22 digs per set â&#x20AC;Ś played in all 119 sets Alabama played during the season â&#x20AC;Ś posted a kill at Missouri (Nov. 23), while recording two aces and 10 digs ... tied season-highs at Mississippi (Nov. 21) with three attempts, one assist and 19 digs ... posted an ace and nine digs against Auburn (Nov. 18) ... recorded a season-high 19 digs in the five-set loss to South Carolina (Nov. 16), adding three aces ... had six digs in the win over Kentucky (Nov. 9) ... had three aces in the match at Arkansas (Oct. 26) ... posted her fifth assist of the season along with 11 digs against Georgia (Oct. 21) ... had two aces and four digs against Florida (Oct. 19) ... recorded 14 digs at South Carolina (Oct. 12) and second kill of the season ... posted two service aces with nine digs against Missouri (Oct. 7) ... had an ace and 11 digs against Mississippi (Sept. 28) ... recorded 12 digs at Georgia (Sept. 21) ... served a season-high four aces against Tennessee (Sept. 16) ... had seven digs and two aces in a four-set win over Samford (Sept. 11) ... had a team-high eight aces in the Hampton Inn Bama Bash ... recorded a season-best 12 digs against Lamar (Sept. 7) ... started all three matches of the Elon Phoenix Classic where she recorded four aces and 15 digs ... had one ace and six digs versus Alabama A&M (Aug. 28) ... posted 10 digs against Sacred Heart (Aug. 24) ... had three aces against both Northeastern (Aug. 24) and Sacred Heart (Aug. 25).

Double Springs, Ala. (Curry HS) CAREER HIGHS Kills

Attempts

1 (3 Times) at Missouri (Nov. 23, 2012) at South Carolina (Oct. 12, 2012) at Holy Cross (Aug. 24, 2012) 3 (Twice) at Mississippi (Nov. 21, 2012) at Mississippi State (Nov. 4, 2012)

PROFILES

Hitting Percentage

Assists

1.000 (1-0/1) (Twice) vs. UAB (Sept. 4, 2010)

1 (6 Times) at Mississippi (Nov. 21, 2012) vs. Georgia (Oct. 21, 2012) at Auburn (Sept. 23, 2012) vs. Alabama State (Sept. 8, 2012) vs. Austin Peay (Sept. 7, 2012) vs. Alabama A&M (Aug. 28, 2012)

Aces

4 vs. Tennessee (Sept. 16, 2012)

Digs

19 (Twice) at Mississippi (Nov. 21, 2012) at South Carolina (Nov. 16, 2012)

Block Solos

None

Block Assists

None

Total Blocks

None

HIGH SCHOOL Helped Curry High School post a state semifinalist finish in 2011 â&#x20AC;Ś named a top-5 prospect in Alabama by PrepVolleyball.com â&#x20AC;Ś named to the Class 3A State All-Tournament Team in 2011, earning all-tournament honors in 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2011 â&#x20AC;Ś was a five-time first team all-state selection (2007-11) â&#x20AC;Ś finished her high school career with 4,019 kills and 2,936 digs to post Alabama state records in both categories â&#x20AC;Ś named to the 2011 American Volleyball Coaches Association Under Armour Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; HS All-America Watch List â&#x20AC;Ś was a finalist for the 2010 Gatorade Alabama Volleyball Player of the Year award â&#x20AC;Ś was a 2010 honorable mention All-American by Prep Volleyball â&#x20AC;Ś 2010 Birmingham News All-State selection â&#x20AC;Ś named to the Class 3A 2010 State All-Tournament Team â&#x20AC;Ś garnered 2010 Class 3A first team all-state honors â&#x20AC;Ś selected to play in the 2010 North-South All-Star volleyball match â&#x20AC;Ś named the Daily Mountain Eagle Player of the Year in 2009 and 2010 â&#x20AC;Ś helped Winston County High School post a state runner-up finish in 2010 â&#x20AC;Ś had 855 kills, 533 digs, 176 aces and 98 blocks as a junior â&#x20AC;Ś also competed in track and field. PERSONAL Born June 6, 1993, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. â&#x20AC;Ś daughter of Bobby and Paula Daniels â&#x20AC;Ś father played basketball at Southern Wesleyan University â&#x20AC;Ś mother attended Faulkner University â&#x20AC;Ś older sister Cassie played volleyball at Troy University â&#x20AC;Ś majoring in pre-major studies.

CAREER STATS CAREER STATS

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Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

2012 TOTAL

119-32 119-32

3 3

0.03 0.03

6 6

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

pts

pts/s

29 -.103 29 -.103

ta

6 6

0.05 0.05

51 51

0.43 0.43

52 52

264 264

2.22 2.22

27 27

0 0

0 0

0 0

0.00 0.00

0 0

3 3

54.0 54.0

0.45 0.45


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2012 (FRESHMAN) Was a member of the 2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll â&#x20AC;Ś appeared in 12 matches with four starts, totaling 31 total sets played â&#x20AC;Ś posted a season-high tying two block assists in her fourth start of the season at Missouri (Nov. 23) ... tied her season high with two digs at Mississippi (Nov. 21) ... in her third start of the season, recorded a season-high .250 (6-1/20) hitting percentage while posting six kills, one dig and one block assist at Texas A&M (Nov. 2) ... recorded five kills on 23 attempts at Tennessee (Oct. 28) ... made her first career start at Arkansas (Oct. 26), where she posted season highs with 12 kills on 35 attempts ... had three kills and one block assist against Florida (Oct. 19) ... against Alabama State (Sept. 8), had 17 attempts, two digs, two block assists, two total blocks and six kills ... had three kills against North Carolina Central (Aug. 31) in her only action of the Elon Phoenix Classic ... tallied four kills on eight attempts against Alabama A&M (Aug. 28), adding one block assist ... appeared in two of three matches of the Beanpot Classic where she recorded four attempts ... made her first career appearance in the season opener against Holy Cross.

Mobile, Ala. (Baker HS) CAREER HIGHS Kills

12 at Arkansas (Oct. 26, 2012)

Attempts

35 at Arkansas (Oct. 26, 2012)

Hitting Percentage .250 (6-1/20) at Texas A&M (Nov. 2, 2012) Assists

None

Aces

None

Digs

2 (Twice) at Mississippi (Nov. 21, 2012) vs. Alabama State (Sept. 8, 2012)

Block Solos

None

HIGH SCHOOL Had 791 kills during her senior season to average 5.2 kills per set while hitting .394 to help Baker High School post a 38-18 record in 2011 â&#x20AC;Ś added 490 digs, 132 aces and 56 blocks during her senior campaign â&#x20AC;Ś named to the 2011 American Volleyball Coaches Association Under Armour Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; HS All-America Watch List â&#x20AC;Ś collected 561 kills to average 3.6 kills per set for Baker HS in 2010 â&#x20AC;Ś helped Baker post a 36-24 record in 2010, and a berth into the Class 6A Elite Eight state tournament â&#x20AC;Ś named the Most Valuable Player of the Alabama All-Star North-South volleyball match in the summer of 2010 â&#x20AC;Ś had 337 kills to average 2.7 per set as a sophomore and garnered Class 6A First Team AllState honors. PERSONAL Born Aug. 14, 1994, in Mobile, Ala. â&#x20AC;Ś daughter of Matt and Kristie Weldy â&#x20AC;Ś father Matt attended South Alabama and mother Kristie played basketball for the University of Mobile â&#x20AC;Ś is the oldest of three daughters, sisters are Ana Catherine and Kamryn â&#x20AC;Ś is majoring in pre-major studies â&#x20AC;Ś played club volleyball for the Pensacola Lizards.

PROFILES

MATTIE WELDY

Block Assists

2 (Twice) at Missouri (Nov. 23, 2012) vs. Alabama State (Sept. 8, 2012)

Total Blocks

2 (Twice) at Missouri (Nov. 23, 2012) vs. Alabama State (Sept. 8, 2012)

CAREER STATS

Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

pts

pts/s

2012 TOTAL

31-12 31-12

55 55

1.77 1.77

28 28

165 165

.164 .164

0 0

0.00 0.00

0 0

0.00 0.00

0 0

6 6

0.19 0.19

2 2

0 0

8 8

8 8

0.26 0.26

4 4

0 0

59.0 59.0

1.90 1.90

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SHERRILL DAHLMANN Mobile, Ala. (Murphy HS)

2012 (FRESHMAN) Was a member of the 2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll â&#x20AC;Ś as a walk-on, saw action in 14 matches, playing a total of 35 sets â&#x20AC;Ś saw action in all four sets in the win over Kentucky (Nov. 9) ... tied her season-high with two digs at Tennessee (Oct. 28) ... saw action in all three sets against Florida and Georgia, posting one dig against the Bulldogs ... saw action in all four sets at South Carolina and LSU ... posted her first service ace of the season against Missouri (Oct. 7) ... made her second appearance of the season against Alabama State (Sept. 8) ... made her Crimson Tide debut against Alabama A&M (Aug. 28), recording a kill and two digs against the Bulldogs.

CAREER HIGHS Kills

1 vs. Alabama A&M (Aug. 28, 2012)

Attempts

1 vs. Alabama A&M (Aug. 28, 2012)

Hitting Percentage 1.000 (1-0-1) vs. Alabama A&M (Aug. 28, 2012)

PROFILES

Assists

1 at Tennessee (Oct. 28, 2012)

Aces

1 vs. Missouri (Oct. 7, 2012)

Digs

2 (Twice) at Tennessee (Oct. 28, 2012) vs. Alabama A&M (Aug. 28, 2012)

Block Solos

None

Block Assists

None

Total Blocks

None

PERSONAL Born May 2, 1994, in Mobile, Ala. â&#x20AC;Ś daughter of Kim and Ray Dahlmann â&#x20AC;Ś both parents attended the University of South Alabama â&#x20AC;Ś father Ray played basketball at South Alabama and was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates out of high school in 1976 â&#x20AC;Ś has two older brothers Brett and Kyle â&#x20AC;Ś her cousin Preston Dial played football at Alabama â&#x20AC;Ś played club volleyball for Mobile Storm Volleyball Club â&#x20AC;Ś the Mobile Storm finished fifth at the Big South National qualifier in 2011 and 2012 and 40th at the 2011 Nationals â&#x20AC;Ś majoring in pre-criminal justice.

HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years in volleyball at Murphy High School in Mobile, Ala. â&#x20AC;Śwas a Class 6A first team all-state selection by the Alabama Volleyball Coaches Association (AVBCA) in 2011 â&#x20AC;Ś garnered second team Class 6A all-state honors in 2010 and honorable mention honors as a freshman and sophomore by the AVBCA â&#x20AC;Ś finished her career at Murphy HS with 2,257 digs as the starting libero all four years, including 774 digs as a senior â&#x20AC;Ś played on the Alabama High School Athletic Association All-Star South Team following her senior season â&#x20AC;Ś garnered Mobile Press Register Super 12 Volleyball first team honors as a senior and second team honors as a junior â&#x20AC;Ś named to the AVCA Under Armour All-America Watch List in 2011 and 2012 â&#x20AC;Ś was a Class 6A All-County selection as a junior and senior.

CAREER STATS

20

Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

bhe

pts

pts/s

2012 TOTAL

35-14 35-14

1 1

0.03 0.03

0 0

1 1.000 1 1.000

1 1

0.03 0.03

1 1

0.03 0.03

9 9

10 10

0.29 0.29

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0.00 0.00

0 0

0 0

2.0 2.0

0.06 0.06

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2012 (FRESHMAN) Member of the 2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll â&#x20AC;Ś named SEC Freshman of the Week on Nov. 12, following the win over Kentucky ... named SEC Freshman of the Week on Oct. 15 ... also named the MVP of the Hampton Inn Bama Bash, after averaging 3.4 kills per set with a .348 hitting percentage ... finished the season third on the team with 3.12 kills per set, ranking 13th in the SEC ... played in 30 matches with 10 starts as a freshman, playing in 98 of 119 sets â&#x20AC;Ś posted 19 kills and three digs at Missouri (Nov. 23) ... had 10 kills and two digs against Auburn (Nov. 18) ... posted a season-high 20 kills in the win over Kentucky (Nov. 9) ... recorded a season-high four block assists at Mississippi State (Nov. 4) with 11 kills ... posted nine kills at Tennessee (Oct. 28) ... had 11 kills in the five-set loss at Arkansas (Oct. 26) ... posted 13 kills on 31 attempts with one block assist against Georgia (Oct. 21) ... had a team-high five kills against Florida (Oct. 19) ... posted season-bests at LSU (Oct. 14) with 52 attempts and two assists, while recording 19 kills ... had a season best three block assists at South Carolina (Oct. 12) ... recorded a team-high 14 kills on 41 attempts versus Missouri (Sept. 7) ... had one assist, one ace and two block assists against Texas A&M (Sept. 30) ... posted a season-high five digs against Mississippi (Sept. 28) ... recorded 12 kills on 29 attempts at Auburn (Sept. 23) ... posted 13 kills on 31 attempts against Tennessee (Sept. 16) ... had 14 kills and two assisted blocks in a four-set win over Samford (Sept. 11) ... in the Hampton Inn Bama Bash, appeared in all four matches, making her first career starts, totaling 34 kills on 67 attempts ... posted 12 kills against East Tennessee State (Sept. 8) and a season-high .529 hitting percentage against Lamar (Sept. 7) ... appeared in two matches of the Elon Phoenix Classic ... had 11 kills against Gardner-Webb (Sept. 1) to go along with a .280 hitting percentage in the match ... had six kills against Alabama A&M (Aug. 28) ... posted 10 kills on 25 attempts against Sacred Heart (Aug. 25) ... appeared in two matches at the Beanpot Classic, making her UA debut in the season opener against Holy Cross (Aug. 24).

Fort Collins, Colo. (Fort Collins HS) CAREER HIGHS Kills

20 vs. Kentucky (Nov. 9, 2012)

Attempts

52 at LSU (Oct. 14, 2012)

Hitting Percentage .458 (14-3/24) at Mississippi (Nov. 21, 2012) Assists

2 at LSU (Oct. 14, 2012)

Aces

1 (Twice) vs. Texas A&M (Sept. 30, 2012) vs. Lamar (Sept. 28, 2012)

Digs

5 vs. Mississippi (Sept. 28, 2012)

Block Solos

1 (3 times) at Mississippi (Nov. 21, 2012) vs. LSU (Sept. 14, 2012) vs. Gardner-Webb (Sept. 1, 2012)

Block Assists 4 at Mississippi State (Nov. 4, 2012) Total Blocks 4 at Mississippi State (Nov. 4, 2012)

HIGH SCHOOL Was a three-time first team all-conference selection at Fort Collins High School â&#x20AC;Ś named the Front Range Conference Player of the Year in 2011 â&#x20AC;Ś finished her senior season with 361 kills, averaging 6.0 kills per set â&#x20AC;Ś also had a team-high 160 digs to average 2.67 digs per set â&#x20AC;Ś helped FCHS to a 3-2 win over Fossil Ridge when she had a season-high 38 kills in the match â&#x20AC;Ś had double-digits in kills in 16 matches her senior season, including six double-doubles in kills and digs â&#x20AC;Ś helped FCHS to a 16-7 overall record and a 9-2 conference mark in 2010, when she averaged 4.5 kills per set â&#x20AC;Ś honorable mention Class 5A all-state selection by the Denver Post in 2009 and 2010 â&#x20AC;Ś helped Fort Collins HS win a conference championship her freshman season â&#x20AC;Ś played club volleyball for the Front Range and NORCO Volleyball Club. PERSONAL Born March 11, 1994, in Fort Collins, Colo. ... daughter of Mark and Susan Steiner â&#x20AC;Ś youngest of four siblings, has a brother Kyle and two sisters Meredith and Andrea â&#x20AC;Ś father Mark played baseball at West Point â&#x20AC;Ś mother Susan graduated from the University of Texas â&#x20AC;Ś is majoring in food and nutrition.

PROFILES

LAURA STEINER

CAREER STATS

Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

2012 TOTAL

98-30 98-30

306 306

3.12 3.12

150 150

785 785

.199 .199

5 5

0.05 0.05

2 2

0.02 0.02

8 8

35 35

0.36 0.36

5 5

3 3

19 19

22 22

0.22 0.22

15 15

bhe

pts

pts/s

0 320.5 0 320.5

3.27 3.27

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KRYSTAL RIVERS 2012 (FRESHMAN) Member of the 2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll â&#x20AC;Ś redshirted the season.

Birmingham, Ala. (Ramsay HS) CAREER HIGHS

PROFILES

Kills

None

Attempts

None

Hitting Percentage

None

Assists

None

Aces

None

Digs

None

Block Solos

None

Block Assists

None

Total Blocks

None

HIGH SCHOOL Dual-sport athlete in volleyball and tennis at Ramsay High School â&#x20AC;Ś a two-year letterwinner in volleyball â&#x20AC;Ś 2011 all-city team selection â&#x20AC;Ś. played tennis for three years, starting as the No. 1 doubles for three years, and No. 1 singles for one year â&#x20AC;Ś graduated with a 4.48 cumulative GPA and was a member of the National Honor Society, FCCLA and 4-H Club â&#x20AC;Ś volunteered with the Birmingham Urban League and YMCA Youth Day â&#x20AC;Ś received the Bryant-Jordan Scholar-Athlete award in 2012. PERSONAL Born May 23, 1995, in Birmingham, Ala. â&#x20AC;Ś parents are John Frank Rivers Sr. and Deborah Rivers â&#x20AC;Ś father attended Miles College and her mother went to Jacksonville State University â&#x20AC;Ś brother Frank Rivers, Jr. is a quarterback on the Grambling State football team and also plays baseball for the Tigers â&#x20AC;Ś played for the Team Sting Volleyball Club â&#x20AC;Ś majoring in biology.

CAREER STATS

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KATHERINE WHITE Mobile, Ala. (St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Episcopal) CAREER HIGHS Kills

Attempts

13 vs. Austen Peay (Sept. 7, 2012) 20 vs. Auburn (Nov. 18, 2012)

Hitting Percentage .500 (12-2/20) vs. Auburn (Nov. 18, 2012) Assists

1 (3 times) at Texas A&M (No. 2, 2012) at LSU (Oct. 14, 2012) vs. Missouri (Oct. 7, 2012)

Aces

None

Digs

4 vs. Georgia (Sept. 21, 2012)

Block Solos

2011 (FRESHMAN) Appeared in 26 matches, while starting 25 times, with 90 sets played ... second on the team with 59 total blocks while leading the Tide with 0.66 blocks per set ... recorded a season-high seven kills and tied her seasonhigh with six total blocks (1 solo) at Mississippi (Nov. 25) ... tied season-high with three digs while posting a .625 hitting percentage at Mississippi State (Nov. 20) ... posted five kills with a .333 hitting percentage against Kentucky (Nov. 11) ... had four blocks (2 solo) against Florida (Nov. 4) ... posted four kills, a .429 hitting percentage and three block assists at Arkansas (Oct. 23) ... recorded a pair of kills in each match versus Florida (Oct. 18) and South Carolina (Oct. 16) ... tallied five blocks (1 solo) against Georgia (Sept. 25) ... recorded a season-high 14 attempts against LSU (Sept. 18) ... had four kills and two block assists versus TCU (Sept. 3) ... hit .286 with three kills and two blocks against Samford (Aug. 30) ... had 12 kills, with a .368 hitting percentage, and a team-leading 10 blocks in the Hampton Inn Bama Bash ... had five total blocks (1 solo) against Texas State (Aug. 27) ... had a season-high six kills against Alabama State (Aug. 26).

2 (5 times) vs. Auburn (Nov. 18, 2012) at Arkansas (Oct. 26, 2012) vs. Tennessee (Sept. 16, 2012) vs. LSU (Sept. 14, 2012) at Florida (Nov. 4, 2011)

Block Assists

7 at Georgia (Sept. 21, 2012)

Total Blocks

7 at Georgia (Sept. 21, 2012)

HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner who earned the MVP award at the 2010 state tournament, leading St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Episcopal to a the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) Class 5A title for the fourth time in five years â&#x20AC;Ś posted 377 blocks, 533 kills and 35 digs in 2010 and was named the Mobile Press-Register volleyball player of the year â&#x20AC;Ś also named the Mobile Press-Register girls athlete of the year in 2011 â&#x20AC;Ś first team All-AHSAA, all-region and all-state selection following her senior season â&#x20AC;Ś also earned second team All-AHSAA honors as a junior â&#x20AC;Ś played key roles in helping St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Episcopal win 5A state titles in 2009 and 2011 â&#x20AC;Ś had 299 blocks, 215 kills in 2009 and 187 blocks and 177 kills in 2008 â&#x20AC;Ś also a six-time letterwinner in track and field at SPE â&#x20AC;Ś was the Mobile County Track and Field Champion in the high jump, triple jump and 400-meter dash and finished fourth in the long jump in 2011 â&#x20AC;Ś set the meet record in the high jump at the Sugar Bowl Track and Field Classic, the LSU Tiger Relays, and the Mobile Challenge of Champions.

PROFILES

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2012 (SOPHOMORE) Led team in total blocks with 83 to average 0.73 blocks per set ... played in all 32 matches, starting 31 times while playing in 113 of 119 sets â&#x20AC;Ś finished with 147 kills to average 1.30 kills per set â&#x20AC;Ś ranked second on the team with a .269 hitting percentage â&#x20AC;Ś posted a career-best 20 attempts against Auburn (Nov. 18) while recording 12 kills and a .500 (12-2/20) hitting percentage ... also matched her career-high with two solo blocks against the Tigers ... had four kills and three total blocks against South Carolina (Nov. 16) ... posted three kills and two block assists in the win over Kentucky (Nov. 9) ... had eight kills and two solo blocks against Arkansas (Oct. 26) ... posted four kills and one dig against Georgia (Oct. 21) ... had two blocks against Florida (Oct. 19) ... posted her second assist of the season with three kills and two block assists at LSU (Oct. 14) ... had four kills and three block assists at South Carolina (Oct. 12) ... recorded the first assist of her career against Missouri (Oct. 7) ... posted five kills and four block assists against Texas A&M (Sept. 30) ... recorded a career-high 19 attempts against Auburn (Sept. 23) ... posted career bests against Georgia (Sept. 21) with four digs and seven block assists ... had three digs and two solo blocks against Tennessee (Sept. 16) ... hit .545 with seven kills and one error on 11 attempts against Samford (Sept. 11) ... recorded her first solo block of the season against Alabama State (Sept. 8) ... posted career bests against Austin Peay (Sept. 7) with 13 kills and a .706 hitting percentage ... started all four matches and was named to the Hampton Inn Bama Bash All-Tournament Team, finishing with a team-high .467 hitting percentage along with 25 kills and seven total blocks ... started all three matches of the Elon Phoenix Classic, where she had 13 kills, hit .478 and had eight total blocks in the tournament ... had eight kills and a .636 hitting percentage against GardnerWebb (Sept. 1) ... had seven kills with four block assists versus Alabama A&M (Aug. 28) ... had a .545 hitting percentage, converting seven of 11 attempts with one error against AAMU ... posted six block assists against Sacred Heart (Aug. 25) ... finished the Beanpot Classic with 10 total kills, with four against Northeastern (Aug. 24) ... added five block assists against NU ... had three kills and two block assists in the season opener at Holy Cross (Aug. 24).

PERSONAL Full name is Katherine J White â&#x20AC;Ś born in Mobile, Ala., on Sept. 6, 1992, to Juanita and Johnny White â&#x20AC;Ś father Johnny is deceased ... majoring in human environmental sciences.

CAREER STATS

Season

sp-mp

k

k/s

e

ta

pct

a

a/s

sa

sa/s

se

dig

d/s

re

bs

ba

tb

b/s

be

2011 2012 TOTAL

90-26 113-32 203-58

67 147 214

0.74 1.30 1.05

44 59 103

186 327 513

.124 .269 .216

0 3 3

0.00 0.03 0.01

0 0 0

0.00 0.00 0.00

0 1 1

28 32 60

0.31 0.28 0.30

3 2 5

10 15 25

49 68 117

59 83 142

0.66 0.73 0.70

9 12 21

bhe

pts

pts/s

2 101.5 1 196.0 3 297.5

1.12 1.73 1.46

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2012 (BAKERSFIELD COLLEGE) Named a second team Junior College All-American by the America Volleyball Coaches Association â&#x20AC;Ś first team allstate by the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) â&#x20AC;Ś first team All-SoCal by the CCCAA and first team All-Western State Conference â&#x20AC;Ś helped her team post a 22-6 overall record and finished sixth in the CCCAA state rankings â&#x20AC;Ś tallied 444 kills to average 4.89 kills per set with a .316 hitting percentage â&#x20AC;Ś finished second in the state of California with 4.89 kills per set â&#x20AC;Ś had 401 digs to average 4.41 digs per set â&#x20AC;Ś added 60 aces from the service line.

L/DS

CAITLIN BERNARDIN Bakersfield, Calif. (Bakersfield College)

2011 (POINT LOMA NAZARENE) Played in 28 of 30 matches with five starts, totaling 96 sets played as a freshman â&#x20AC;Ś finished the season with a team-leading 283 digs to average 2.95 digs per set â&#x20AC;Ś added 52 assists to average 0.54 assists per set.

PROFILES

HIGH SCHOOL Prepped at Garces Memorial High School in Bakersfield, Calif. â&#x20AC;Ś played four seasons of varsity for coach Kim Harper â&#x20AC;Ś as a senior, had 294 kills, 480 digs and 70 aces â&#x20AC;Ś during her time with the Rams, the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s accomplishmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s included: Highland Tournament Sliver Division champions, Valley Champions CIF Division 6, Clovis Tournament Invitational third place, Highland Tournament first place, SEYL League second place, Valley Champions CIF Division 3, ranked 67th in California, Highland Tournament 3rd Place, Valley CIF Division 2 Runner Up, San Luis Obispo Tournament third place and SEYL League champions â&#x20AC;Ś her personal accolades include: 2007 Sliver Division MVP of Highland Tournament, SEYL Rookie of the Year, second team all-area (as a sophomore), Highland All-Tournament, SEYL All-League first team, allarea honorable mention; (as a junior), SEYL first team all-league, first team all-area, Jockey Club Award (as a senior), San Luis Obispo Invitational All-Tournament, SEYL all-league MVP ... also a highly decorated basketball player at GMHS ... a member of the Rambassadors, ASB, Campus Ministry and Christian Life Community â&#x20AC;Ś senior honors included Campus Ministry Award, Outstanding Four-Year Athlete, Traynor Scholarship, Jim Burke Leadership Award ... also was a finalist for Mayorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Trophy for Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Best Female Student Athlete and for the Jim Hyak Award. PERSONAL Born March 24, 1993, in Bakersfield, Calif., to parents Patty and Jacque â&#x20AC;Ś sister Jackie played volleyball at Texas and San Diego where she was a two-time WCC Defensive Player of the Year selection ... was an assistant coach at San Francisco, New Mexico and Point Loma Nazarene â&#x20AC;Ś her sister Jackie was named the West Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year three times â&#x20AC;Ś plans to major in business.

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BRIA GREEN

UTL

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year varsity letterwinner at Bishop Montgomery High School in Torrance, Calif. â&#x20AC;Ś named a 2011 USA Volleyball All-American â&#x20AC;Ś three-time All-Del Ray League selection â&#x20AC;Ś two-time AllCalifornia Interscholastic Federation Southern Section honoree â&#x20AC;Ś once named the ESPN-LA High School Athlete of the Week â&#x20AC;Ś as a senior, helped BMHS make a deep run in the CIF Southern Section playoffs, after recording 30 kills in three consecutive matches, including a 30-kill, 16-dig effort to help BMHS advance to the CIF Southern Section Division I-A semifinals â&#x20AC;Ś named first team All-CIF Division 1A in 2012 â&#x20AC;Ś played for the Mizuno Long Beach volleyball club, helping that squad to win the 2011 Junior National championship, while earning in 2011, when she earned All-America honors.

Carson, Calif. (Bishop Montgomery HS)

PERSONAL Born Bria Ashlynn Green on Sept., 16, 1995, in Harbor City, Calif. â&#x20AC;Ś parents are Bruce and Yolanda Green â&#x20AC;Ś has an older brother Brandon â&#x20AC;Ś plans to major in public relations.

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year varsity letterwinner at Hamilton High School â&#x20AC;Ś helped guide Hamilton to a 38-5 overall record in 2012, leading the Huskies to a No. 2 ranking in the state and No. 65 nationally ... collected 408 total kills as a senior (4.0 kills per set), while posting a .301 hitting percentage â&#x20AC;Ś added 257 digs, to average 2.5 digs per set â&#x20AC;Ś in her four seasons at Hamilton, helped the team post a 132-30 overall record â&#x20AC;Ś was a 2012 Under Armour watch list selection and named to the Prepvolleyball.com Top 150 Senior Aces list â&#x20AC;Ś named the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s MVP as a senior ... first team all-city in 2012 â&#x20AC;Ś as a junior, averaged 3.2 kills and 2.6 OH digs per set and garnered second team t'SFTINBO all-state honors â&#x20AC;Ś as a sophomore, had 592 total kills to average 2.3 kills per set â&#x20AC;Ś finished her freshman campaign with 1.9 kills per set â&#x20AC;Ś named honorable Chandler, Ariz. mention all-state and 5A Fiesta All(Hamilton HS) Region second team in 2009 and 2010 â&#x20AC;Ś played club volleyball for Club Red 17-Mizuno, helping the team win the Denver Crossroads U-17 Open in 2011.

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BRITTANY THOMAS

PERSONAL Born Nov. 11, 1994, in St. Louis Park, Minn., to Norris and Stacie Thomas â&#x20AC;Ś has a younger sister Tatum and a younger brother Braxton â&#x20AC;Ś plans to major in business.

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2012 OVERALL/SEC STATISTICS 2012 ALABAMA INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ALL MATCHES Overall: 18-14 #   12 3 8 10 14 9 1 4 16 6 5 2

PLAYER .D\OD)LWWHUHU 3ULFLOOD'XNH(]HML Laura Steiner Andrea McQuaid Mattie Weldy Kanesha Burch Katherine White Leigh Moyer Sierra Wilson Yukie Futami Sherrill Dahlmann Kryssi Daniels Kelsey Melito Cristina Arenas TEAM ALABAMA Opponents

SEC: 7-13

Home: 10-6 Away: 5-7 Neutral: 3-1 |----------------ATTACK------------| |---SET---| K K/S E TA Pct A A/S               306 3.12 150 785 .199 5 0.05 221 2.05 78 601 .238 23 0.21 55 1.77 28 165 .164 0 0.00 117 1.56 43 270 .274 5 0.07 147 1.30 59 327 .269 3 0.03 58 0.91 25 153 .216 5 0.08 72 0.61 19 208 .255 1293 10.87 1 0.04 0 2 .500 6 0.25 1 0.03 0 1 1.000 1 0.03 3 0.03 6 29 -.103 6 0.05 2 0.02 0 3 .667 3 0.04 1 0.01 0 4 .250 69 0.58

|----SERVE-----| |--------DIG--------| |-------------BLOCKING----------| SA SE SA/S RE DIG Dig/S BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE Points                           2 8 0.02 5 35 0.36 3 19 22 0.22 15 0 320.5 15 21 0.14 16 176 1.63 4 34 38 0.35 0 1 257.0 0 0 0.00 2 6 0.19 0 8 8 0.26 4 0 59.0 0 15 0.00 1 24 0.32 13 48 61 0.81 6 0 154.0 0 1 0.00 2 32 0.28 15 68 83 0.73 12 1 196.0 4 10 0.06 0 36 0.56 2 28 30 0.47 5 4 78.0 18 24 0.15 1 231 1.94 2 42 44 0.37 2 16 113.0 2 4 0.08 5 118 4.92 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 3.0 1 9 0.03 0 10 0.29 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 2.0 51 52 0.43 27 264 2.22 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 54.0 10 11 0.12 14 127 1.51 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 12.0 25 19 0.21 35 443 3.75 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 26.0 7 119 1,541 12.95 584 4,116 .233 1,436 12.07 145 189 1.22 143 1,722 14.47 49 290 194.0 1.63 62 32 1,880.0 119 1,512 12.71 613 4,104 .219 1,434 12.05 143 215 1.20 145 1,740 14.62 52 370 237.0 1.99 67 54 1,892.0 S   98 108 31 75 113 64 119 24 35 119 84 118

SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE ONLY # 7  12 8 10 3 14 1 9 5 6 2 16

PLAYER Kayla Fitterer 3ULFLOOD'XNH(]HML Laura Steiner Mattie Weldy Kanesha Burch Andrea McQuaid Katherine White Sierra Wilson Leigh Moyer Kelsey Melito Kryssi Daniels Cristina Arenas Sherrill Dahlmann TEAM ALABAMA Opponents

S 70  73 21 62 67 72 78 28 74 78 77 33 78 78

|----------------ATTACK------------| K K/S E TA Pct 269 3.84 57 823 .258      230 3.15 119 612 .181 36 1.71 18 115 .157 100 1.61 38 239 .259 102 1.52 50 317 .164 85 1.18 43 210 .200 47 0.60 13 140 .243 15 0.54 6 54 .167 2 0.03 0 3 .667 2 0.03 2 20 .000 1 0.01 0 3 .333 0 0.00 0 0 .000

|---SET---| A A/S 16 0.23   5 0.07 0 0.00 5 0.08 9 0.13 3 0.04 815 10.45 3 0.11 1 0.01 3 0.04 44 0.57 1 0.03

|----SERVE-----| |--------DIG--------| |-------------BLOCKING----------| SA SE SA/S RE DIG Dig/S BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE Points 15 7 0.21 24 154 2.20 4 15 19 0.27 4 2 295.5              1 4 0.01 4 30 0.41 2 17 19 0.26 11 0 241.5 0 0 0.00 2 4 0.19 0 5 5 0.24 3 0 38.5 0 14 0.00 0 19 0.31 11 39 50 0.81 5 0 130.5 4 12 0.06 12 83 1.24 2 16 18 0.27 0 0 116.0 0 1 0.00 1 19 0.26 14 36 50 0.69 8 0 117.0 4 17 0.05 0 154 1.97 1 27 28 0.36 0 12 65.5 3 4 0.11 0 9 0.32 0 17 17 0.61 1 1 26.5 8 10 0.11 13 115 1.55 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 10.0 28 40 0.36 21 182 2.33 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 30.0 18 11 0.23 26 308 4.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 19.0 1 8 0.03 0 8 0.24 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 1.0 7 965 12.37 380 2,758 .212 905 11.60 83 133 1.06 110 1,094 14.03 37 184 129.0 1.65 42 18 1,177.0 1,095 14.04 385 2,724 .261 1,041 13.35 110 130 1.41 83 1,235 15.83 40 262 171.0 2.19 42 33 1,376.0

TEAM MATCH HIGHS

INDIVIDUAL MATCH HIGHS

2012 ALABAMA DOUBLE DOUBLES

Kills Three sets ........................................... 48 at Elon (9.1) Four sets .................................... 65 vs. Austin Peay (9.7) Five sets ...................................... 71 at Missouri (11.23)

Kills Three sets ........................ 19 by K. Fitterer vs. LSU (9.14) Four sets .................. 23 by K. Fitterer vs. Mississippi (9.28) Five sets ...... WZLFHE\.)LWWHUHUODVWDW0LVVRXUL 

Attacks Three sets .................................YV*HRUJLD 

Four sets .................................. 170 vs. Austin Peay (9.7) Five sets ........................... 194 vs. South Carolina (11.16)

Attacks Three sets .................. 42 by K. Fitterer vs. Georgia (10.21) Four sets ...........E\3'XNH(]HNMLDW0LVVLVVLSSL6W 

Five sets ........... 82 by K. Fitterer vs. South Carolina (11.16)

Kayla Fitterer ............................. Eight Times Sept. 7 vs. Austin Peay ...................LOOV'LJV Sept. 11 vs. Samford ......................LOOV'LJV Sept. 25 at Georgia .......................LOOV'LJV Oct. 14 at LSU .............................LOOV'LJV Nov. 4 at Mississippi State ...............LOOV'LJV Nov. 9 vs. Kentucky .......................LOOV'LJV Nov. 16 vs. South Carolina ...............LOOV'LJV Nov. 21 at Mississippi .....................LOOV'LJV

Hitting Percentage Three sets ........................... .356 vs. Alabama A&M (8.28) Four sets ........................... .336 at South Carolina (10.12) Five sets .................................... .318 at Missouri (11.23)

Hitting Percentage (min. 10 attempts) Three sets . .636 (8-1/11) by K. White vs. Gardner-Webb (9.1) Four sets ...... .706 (13-1/17) by K. White vs. Austin Peay (9.7) Five sets .......... .600 (6-0/10) by S. Wilson at Georgia (9.21)

Assists Three sets ........................................... 45 at Elon (9.1) Four sets .................................... 60 vs. Austin Peay (9.7) Five sets ...................................... 67 at Missouri (11.23)

Assists Three sets .....WZLFHODVWE\6:LOVRQYV*HRUJLD 

Four sets .................... 55 by S. Wilson vs. Austin Peay (9.7) Five sets ...................... 64 by S. Wilson at Missouri (11.23)

Service Aces Three sets ........................................... 6 vs. LSU (9.14) Four sets ..................................[ODVWDW/68 

Five sets .................................. 9 vs. Northeastern (8.24)

Service Aces Three sets ..................4 by S. Wilson vs. N.C. Central (8.31) Four sets ..................... 4 by K. Daniels vs. Tennessee (9.16) Five sets ... [ODVWE\.'DQLHOVYV6RXWK&DUROLQD 

Digs Three sets ............... WZLFHODVWYV$ODEDPD6WDWH 

Four sets ............................ DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH 

Five sets ............................. 84 vs. South Carolina (11.16)

Digs Three sets .............. 23 by C. Arenas vs. Alabama A&M (8.28) Four sets ....................... 30 by C. Arenas vs. Missouri (10.7) Five sets .................29 by Y. Futami vs. Northeastern (8.24)

Total Blocks Three sets ........................... 11.0 vs. Alabama A&M (8.28) Four sets ........................... 14.0 at Mississippi State (11.4) Five sets .......................... 11.0 vs. South Carolina (11.16)

Total Blocks Three sets .............. 7ZLFHODVWE\/0R\HUYV/68 

Four sets .......... [ODVWE\0R\HU%XUFKDW0LVV6W 

Five sets .......................... 7 by K. White at Georgia (9.21)

2012 REVIEW

2012 MATCH HIGHS AND DOUBLE DOUBLES

Sierra Wilson ............................. Seven Times Aug. 25 vs. Northeastern ................$VVLVWV'LJV Sept. 21 at Georgia ......................$VVLVWV'LJV Sept. 28 vs. Mississippi ..................$VVLVWV'LJV Oct. 7 vs. Missouri .......................$VVLVWV'LJV Oct. 14 at LSU ............................$VVLVWV'LJV Oct. 26 at Arkansas ......................$VVLVWV'LJV Nov. 16 vs. South Carolina ..............$VVLVWV'LJV Andrea McQuaid ......................... Two Times Aug. 29 vs. Northeastern .................LOOV'LJV Sept. 7 vs. Austin Peay ...................LOOV'LJV

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2012 MATCH STATISTICS 2012 MATCH RESULTS Date $XJ $XJ $XJ $XJ $XJ 6HSW 6HSW A6HSW A6HSW A6HSW A6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 1RY 1RY 1RY 1RY 1RY 1RY 1RY

Opponent DW+RO\&URVV YV1RUWKHDVWHUQ YV6DFUHG+HDUW $/$%$0$$ 0 YV1&&HQWUDO YV*DUGQHU:HEE DW(ORQ /$0$5 $867,13($< $/$%$0$67$7( ($677(11(66((67 6$0)25' /68 7(11(66(( DW*HRUJLD DW$XEXUQ 0,66,66,33, 7(;$6$ 0 0,66285, DW6RXWK&DUROLQD DW/68 )/25,'$ *(25*,$ DW$UNDQVDV DW7HQQHVVHH DW7H[DV$ 0 DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH .(178&.< 6287+&$52/,1$ $8%851 DW0LVVLVVLSSL DW0LVVRXUL

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Overall Record                                

Match results                                

SEC Record                                

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2012 MATCH-BY-MATCH STATISTICS

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Date Aug. 24 Aug. 24 Aug. 25 Aug. 28 Aug. 31 Sept. 1 Sept. 1 Sept. 7 Sept. 7 Sept. 8 Sept. 8 Sept. 11 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 28 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 21 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Nov. 2 Nov. 4 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 21 Nov. 23

Opponent SP K at Holy Cross 3 41 vs. Northeastern 5 63 vs. Sacred Heart 4 54 ALABAMA A&M 3 45 vs. N.C. Central 3 34 vs. Gardner-Webb 3 47 at Elon 3 48 LAMAR 3 39 AUSTIN PEAY 4 65 ALABAMA STATE 3 47 EAST TENNESSEE ST. 3 37 SAMFORD 4 56 LSU 3 43 TENNESSEE 4 40 at Georgia 5 57 at Auburn 4 47 MISSISSIPPI 4 55 TEXAS A&M 3 27 MISSOURI 4 49 at South Carolina 4 57 at LSU 4 60 FLORIDA 3 20 GEORGIA 3 53 at Arkansas 5 62 at Tennessee 3 34 at Texas A&M 3 31 at Mississippi State 4 60 KENTUCKY 4 49 SOUTH CAROLINA 5 53 AUBURN 4 52 at Mississippi 4 45 at Missouri 5 71 Alabama 119 1,541 Opponents 119 1,512

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

E 15 38 19 13 10 14 16 8 23 14 19 15 12 22 20 22 29 19 26 11 11 17 13 28 17 10 18 18 32 17 17 21 584 613

TA 98 181 136 90 75 97 102 91 170 98 95 125 109 131 161 146 134 109 162 137 169 83 121 168 110 108 165 121 194 142 131 157 4,116 4,104

Pct .265 .138 .257 .356 .320 .340 .314 .341 .247 .337 .189 .328 .284 .137 .230 .171 .194 .073 .142 .336 .290 .036 .331 .202 .155 .194 .255 .256 .108 .246 .214 .318 .233 .219

A 37 61 50 40 33 44 45 36 60 43 33 49 42 39 52 43 52 23 46 53 56 19 44 57 33 30 55 46 52 51 45 67 1,436 1,434

SA 5 9 7 5 5 6 3 5 4 4 4 5 6 7 5 0 6 2 6 2 7 4 4 6 2 3 4 1 5 6 2 5 145 143

SE 3 4 5 4 5 5 1 9 6 4 3 7 6 4 7 10 7 5 4 7 4 8 5 10 7 4 7 11 6 8 6 7 189 215

RE 3 5 3 2 3 1 2 5 3 1 2 3 4 7 9 3 11 6 8 2 2 5 9 5 3 2 5 9 2 6 9 3 143 145

DIG 48 78 58 47 39 39 51 46 72 51 43 56 49 48 67 55 65 31 69 52 72 21 40 64 40 37 75 49 84 59 62 55 1,722 1,740

BS 1 0 0 2 1 4 0 0 1 1 2 0 3 2 1 3 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 3 0 3 2 1 5 3 4 1 49 52

BA 10 10 16 18 12 6 4 8 4 6 6 6 12 4 18 4 10 16 6 12 12 4 2 8 4 8 24 14 12 2 6 6 290 370

BE 0 4 0 1 3 1 2 4 1 2 1 1 0 1 5 2 2 3 2 1 2 1 1 6 0 3 3 3 3 0 1 3 62 67

Total 6.0 5.0 8.0 11.0 7.0 7.0 2.0 4.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 3.0 9.0 4.0 10.0 5.0 5.0 9.0 4.0 9.0 6.0 3.0 1.0 7.0 2.0 7.0 14.0 8.0 11.0 4.0 7.0 4.0 194.0 237.0

BHE 1 2 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 1 2 2 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 32 54

Points 52.0 77.0 69.0 61.0 46.0 60.0 53.0 48.0 72.0 55.0 46.0 64.0 58.0 51.0 72.0 52.0 66.0 38.0 59.0 68.0 73.0 27.0 58.0 75.0 38.0 41.0 78.0 58.0 69.0 62.0 54.0 80.0 1,880.0 1,892.0


2012 TEAM STATS/SEC STANDINGS 2012 TEAM STATISTICS

CATEGORY LEADERS

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15 14 10

TEAM STATISTICS ATTACK

UA

Opp.

1 8 9

.LOOV





6

Errors

584

613

5

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Attack Pct.

0.233

0.219

Kills/Set

12.9

12.7

2 4 16

1 4 3 7

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10

Assist Pct.

0.364

0.36

6

Assists/Set

12.1

12.1

9 12 5 16 14 15

SERVE

8

Aces

145

143

Errors

189

215

10

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15

Serve Pct.

0.927

0.914

9

Aces/Set

1.2

1.2

3

Errors/Set

1.2

1.2

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Reception Pct.

.937

.939

Sierra Wilson Cristina Arenas x-Yukie Futami Andrea McQuaid Kayla Fitterer Leigh Moyer Kanesha Burch Laura Steiner Kryssi Daniels Kelsey Melito Sherrill Dahlmann Katherine White Pricilla Duke-Ezeji Mattie Weldy

Pct

.254 .199 .238 .219 .269 .274 .255 .164 .216 -.103 .250 .667 .500 1.000

S

A

A/S

TA

Pct

10.87 3282 0.58 299 0.25 38 0.21 90 0.16 59 0.08 22 0.07 11 0.05 19 0.05 66 0.04 30 0.03 3 0.03 15 0.02 7 0.00 3

.394 .231 .158 .256 .271 .227 .455 .263 .091 .100 .333 .200 .143 .000

119 1293 118 69 24 6 108 23 97 16 64 5 75 5 98 5 119 6 84 3 35 1 113 3 54 1 31 0

E

S

BS

BA

Total

Blk/S

13 15 5 2 2 4 0 5 3 0 0

48 68 24 28 42 34 8 19 19 0 0

61.0 83.0 29.0 30.0 44.0 38.0 8.0 24.0 22.0 0.0 0.0

0.81 0.73 0.54 0.47 0.37 0.35 0.26 0.25 0.22 0.00 0.00

1

5

145

TA

88 1079 150 785 78 601 88 489 59 327 43 270 19 208 28 165 25 153 6 29 0 4 0 3 0 2 0 1

75 113 54 64 119 108 31 97 98 84 119

12

143

K/S

3.73 3.12 2.05 3.61 1.30 1.56 0.61 1.77 0.91 0.03 0.01 0.02 0.04 0.03

Kanesha Burch Katherine White Pricilla Duke-Ezeji Leigh Moyer Sierra Wilson Andrea McQuaid Mattie Weldy Kayla Fitterer Laura Steiner Kelsey Melito Kryssi Daniels

14

7

Errors

K

362 306 221 195 147 117 72 55 58 3 1 2 1 1

# BLOCK (by B/Set)

8

SERVE RECEPTIONS

S

97 98 108 54 113 75 119 31 64 119 118 84 24 35

# SET (by A/Set) 2

SET

Kayla Fitterer Laura Steiner Andrea McQuaid Pricilla Duke-Ezeji Katherine White Kanesha Burch Sierra Wilson Mattie Weldy Leigh Moyer Kryssi Daniels Cristina Arenas Kelsey Melito x-Yukie Futami Sherrill Dahlmann

6

# KILL (by K/Set) 7 15 12 3 8 10 14 9 1 4 16 6 5 2

Kayla Fitterer Pricilla Duke-Ezeji Laura Steiner Andrea McQuaid Mattie Weldy Kanesha Burch Katherine White Leigh Moyer Sierra Wilson x-Yukie Futami Sherrill Dahlmann Kryssi Daniels Kelsey Melito Cristina Arenas

# SERVE (by ##) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 15 16

Sierra Wilson Cristina Arenas Andrea McQuaid x-Yukie Futami Kelsey Melito Kryssi Daniels Kayla Fitterer Mattie Weldy Leigh Moyer Kanesha Burch Laura Steiner Katherine White Pricilla Duke-Ezeji Sherrill Dahlmann

# DEFENSE (by Dig/Set) 4 2 6 7 1 3 5 9 15 12 10 16

x-Yukie Futami Cristina Arenas Kryssi Daniels Kayla Fitterer Sierra Wilson Andrea McQuaid Kelsey Melito Leigh Moyer Pricilla Duke-Ezeji Laura Steiner Kanesha Burch Sherrill Dahlmann

S

K

K/S

97 54 98 108 31 75 113 64 119 24 35 119 84 118

362 195 306 221 55 117 147 58 72 1 1 3 2 1

3.73 3.61 3.12 2.05 1.77 1.56 1.30 0.91 0.61 0.04 0.03 0.03 0.02 0.01

S

SA

SE

SA/S

119 118 108 24 84 119 97 31 64 75 98 113 54 35

18 25 15 2 10 51 16 0 4 0 2 0 1 1

24 19 21 4 11 52 10 0 10 15 8 1 5 9

0.15 0.21 0.14 0.08 0.12 0.43 0.16 0.00 0.06 0.00 0.02 0.00 0.02 0.03

TA Pct 392 .939 441 .957 294 .929 107 .963 246 .955 467 .889 288 .965 3 1.000 151 .934 95 .842 19 .579 6 .833 25 .800 56 .839

S

Dig

Dig/S

BHE

24 118 119 97 119 108 84 64 54 98 75 35

118 443 264 197 231 176 127 36 23 35 24 10

4.92 3.75 2.22 2.03 1.94 1.63 1.51 0.56 0.43 0.36 0.32 0.29

0 3 3 2 16 1 0 4 2 0 0 0

2012 SEC FINAL STANDINGS AND AWARDS

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Digs/Set

14.5

14.6

BLOCKING Solo Blocks

49

52

Block Assist

290

370

Total Blocks

194

237

Blocks/Set

1.6

2

Block Errors

62

67

ATTENDANCE 7RWDO





Dates/Avg. Per Date

16/977

12/783

Neutral site #/Avg.

4/108

MATCH WINS BY SETS 3

4

5

Total

Alabama

9

8

1

18

Opponents

5

5

4

14

Team Florida Tennessee Kentucky Missouri Georgia South Carolina

SEC 19-1 15-5 14-6 10-10 8-12 6-14

1

2

3

4

5

Alabama

14

22

17

13

1

Total 67

Opponents

18

10

15

5

4

52

POINTS BY SET 1 $ODEDPD

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Overall 27-5 22-8 22-11 19-12 14-16 18-14

WESTERN DIVISION STANDINGS

Pct. .844 .733 .667 .613 .467 .563

Home 17-1 9-5 13-2 10-5 8-6 11-6

Away 10-2 10-2 7-6 5-7 4-9 4-8

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

Streak L1 L1 L1 L2 L1 W1

TEAM

SEC

Pct.

Overall

Pct.

Home

Away

Neutral

Streak

Texas A&M Arkansas Auburn LSU Alabama Mississippi Mississippi State

16-4 13-7 8-12 8-12 7-13 6-14 0-20

.800 .650 .400 .400 .350 .300 .000

25-6 22-10 17-13 12-17 18-14 12-17 4-25

.806 .688 .567 .414 .563 .414 .138

9-4 14-4 8-5 5-5 11-6 8-6 2-11

11-2 6-5 6-7 4-9 6-7 3-9 1-11

5-0 2-1 3-1 3-3 1-1 1-2 1-3

L1 L2 L5 L4 W1 L1 L21

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

SECOND TEAM ALL-SEC

Player of the Year:&KORH0DQQ)ORULGD Libero of the Year:6WHSKDQLH.OHIRW.HQWXFN\ Freshman of the Year:=LYD5HFHN)ORULGD Scholar-Athlete of the Year:$PDQGD$QGHUVRQ$UNDQVDV Coach of the Year:0DU\:LVH)ORULGD

Kayla Fitterer, Alabama -DVPLQH1RUWRQ$UNDQVDV 6DUDK%XOORFN$XEXUQ &DPLOD-HUVRQVN\$XEXUQ %HWV\6PLWK)ORULGD 6WHSKDQLH.OHIRW.HQWXFN\ 0DGLH-RQHV/68 0ROO\.UHNORZ0LVVRXUL :KLWQH\/LWWOH0LVVRXUL -XOLHWWH7KpYHQLQ6RXWK&DUROLQD 7LIIDQ\%DNHU7HQQHVVHH $OOLH6DZDW]N\7H[DV$ 0

FIRST TEAM ALL-SEC SETS WON BY SET

Pct. .950 .750 .700 .500 .400 .300

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EASTERN DIVISION STANDINGS DEFENSE

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THE SEC SETTING THE STANDARD FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS IN VOLLEYBALL.

The Southeastern Conference, with its storied 80-year history of athletic achievements and academic excellence, has built perhaps the greatest tradition of intercollegiate competition of any league in the country since its inception in 1933. The 2012-13 academic year was another season to remember for the SEC, as conference teams captured seven national titles and six national runner-up finishes. The SEC has won consecutive national championships in football, gymnastics, menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s indoor track & field and menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s outdoor track and field. Since 1990, the SEC has won 156 team national championships for an average of more than six per year. Alabama won the SECâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first national title of 2012-13 with its victory in the BCS National Championship Game in football. It is the SECâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s seventh consecutive football national title. Florida won the leagueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s third consecutive gymnastics title and 16th overall. The Auburn equestrian team brought home the national title in the sportâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first year in the SEC. Alabama won its first ever national championship in the sport of menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s golf. Arkansas claimed its 12th national title in menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s indoor track and field. Florida and Texas A&M shared the national title in menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s outdoor track and field, after both squads recorded 53 points at the national meet. Georgiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s swimming and diving program brought home its fifth national title. Overall, the SEC finished in the top two in 11 of its 21 sponsored sports during 2012-13 and in the top five in 13 of the 21 sports. Nine SEC teams participated in football postseason bowls, with Alabama winning BCS Championship. Three menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basketball teams were invited to the NCAA Tournament and seven womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basketball teams were invited to the NCAA Tournament. Nine SEC baseball teams earned berths in the 2013 NCAA tournament, with LSU and Mississippi State advancing to the College World Series. With 171 teams advancing to 2012-13 NCAA postseason competition, the SEC continued to solidify its place as the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premier conference. In addition to the seven team championships, 93 SEC student-athletes garnered individual national championships, while 559 individuals were awarded with first team All-America honors. Student-athletes around the league continued to excel in the classroom, as well with more than 3,100 earning recognition on the SEC Academic Honor Roll. On the national all-sport level, 12 SEC schools placed in the top 50 of the NACDA Directors Cup rankings. Florida led the league with a second-place finish. Texas A&M placed fifth while Georgia was 10th, LSU 19th, Arkansas 21st, Kentucky 25th, Alabama 26th, Auburn 33rd, Tennessee 37th, Vanderbilt 46th and Mississippi State 49th to round out the leagueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top-50 finishes.

SEC VOLLEYBALL ACCOLADES t5IFWPMMFZCBMMTFBTPONBSLFEUIFSEDPOTFDVUJWF season in which the SEC placed at least two teams in the NCAA Tournament. The SEC landed five teams in NCAAs: Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky Tennessee and Texas A&M. t'MPSJEB BOE ,FOUVDLZ SFBDIFE UIF /$"" 4XFFU  JO 2012. t5IF (BUPST DMBJNFE UIF  4&$ $IBNQJPOTIJQ  JUT 20th conference title in program history. t5FYBT ". DMBJNFE UIF 8FTUFSO %JWJTJPO DSPXO JO JUT first year in the league. t'JWF TUVEFOUBUIMFUFT XFSF OBNFE UP $BQJUBM 0OF Academic All-District teams for a total of 70 all-time. t5IF"MM4&$UFBNTIBETDIPPMTSFQSFTFOUFE t5IF 4&$ FBSOFE UISFF "7$" "MM"NFSJDB IPOPST JO 2012: Chloe Mann (UF), First Team, Whitney Billings (UK), Second Team and Lisa Henning (MIZ), Third Team. This marks the first AA honors for Mann and Billings, and the second AA honors for Henning. t 4&$ TUVEFOUBUIMFUFT FBSOFE  "7$" "MM America honorable mention honors. t'MPSJEBT ;JWB 3FDFL XBT OBNFE UIF  %JWJTJPO * AVCA Freshman of the Year. t3FDFLBMTPSFDFJWFE"7$"4PVUI3FHJPO'SFTINBO of the Year honors. t5IF 4&$ IBT  UPUBM "7$" "MM"NFSJDBOT 'JSTU  Second or Third Team). t5IF4&$IBEJOEJWJEVBMTOBNFEUPUIF"7$" South All-Region Team, while four more received honorable mentions honors. t'JWF 4&$ BUIMFUFT XFSF OBNFE UP UIF  $0#3" Magazine All-National Teams: UFâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chloe Mann (First Team); UKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Whitney Billings and UFâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tangerine Wiggs (Second Team); UTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s DeeDee Harrison and ARâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Jasmine Norton (Third Team). t5FYBT ". )FBE $PBDI -BVSJF $PSCFMMJ SFDPSEFE career win No. 500 in 2012. t5IF4&$IBEUXPUFBNTJOUIFGJOBM"7$"%JWJTJPO I Coaches Top 25 Poll (Florida - 10th; Kentucky - 20th). t'MPSJEB )FBE $PBDI .BSZ 8JTF SFDPSEFE DBSFFS XJO No. 700 in 2010. She is the winningest coach in SEC volleyball history. t5FOOFTTFFT /JLLJ 'PXMFS IPMET UIF MFBHVF DBSFFS record for SEC Player of the Week honors with eight. The previous record was seven by former UF AllAmerican, Aury Cruz.


MATCH HIGHS ALL-TIME TEAM HIGHS STATISTIC

HOME MATCH RECORDS

MATCH

SEASON

.LOOV 

YV$UNDQVDV 6HSW 

 

Kills 

7RWDO$WWDFNV 

YV9LUJLQLD 6HSW 

 

Total Attacks 

.580 vs. Ohio State .(7$ 2FW 

.264 .(7$ 

$VVLVWV 

YV0DUTXHWWH 6HSW 

 

Service Aces 

24 vs. Austin Peay 6HSW 

456 

DW608 6HSW 

 

18 vs. New Orleans 6HSW 

145 

Hitting Pct.  

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STATISTIC

Hitting Percentage  Assists 

37 vs. Kentucky 2FW 

547 

Total Blocks 

24 vs. Kentucky 2FW 

419 

INDIVIDUAL 39 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Nina Foster YV$XEXUQ 2FW

234 vs. Middle Tennessee 2FW 

82 - Kayla Fitterer YV6RXWK&DUROLQD 1RY

.580 vs. Oklahoma 6HSW 

.923 - Leigh Moyer YV8$% 6HSW

75 vs. UAB 6HSW 

76 - Allison Lange YV0768 2FW

Service Aces 20 13 - Charlotte Harris  YV/RXLVLDQD7HFK 2FW  YV6RXWKHUQ0LVV 6HSW

 YV7HQQHVVHH 1RY

 YV*HRUJLD6RXWKHUQ 6HSW

Digs  2007)

110 vs. Auburn 2FW 

Solo Blocks 

30 - Amy Pauly YV 0LVVLVVLSSL 6WDWH 2FW 



30 - Cristina Arenas YV0LVVRXUL 2FW

8 vs. three teams ODVWYV$UNDQVDV2FW 

4 - Jenny Vieth YV6\UDFXVH 6HSW

 Block Assists 

TEAM 92 vs. Arkansas 6HSW 

Block Assists  

36 YV/68 2FW  YV*HRUJLD 2FW

14 - Holly Richards YV6W/RXLV 6HSW

ALL-TIME PLAYER HIGHS .LOOV  Kills/Set 7RWDO$WWDFNV 

MATCH

SEASON

CAREER

6XH)DULV YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH 2FW 

1LQD)RVWHU  

(ULQ+HIIQHU 

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6.00 - Nina Foster (1994)

5.75 - Nina Foster (1994-95)

6XH)DULV YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH 2FW 

6XH)DULV  

(ULQ+HIIQHU 

.401 - Cindy Vordenbaum .(7$  

.340 - Nina Foster .(7$ 

Hitting Percentage .923 (12K/0E/13TA) - Leigh Moyer  YV8$% 6HSW  Â&#x2021;0DWFKPLQDWWHPSWV  Â&#x2021;6HDVRQPLQDWWHPSWV  Â&#x2021;&DUHHUPLQDWWHPSWV $VVLVWV  



$OOLVRQ/DQJH YV0DUTXHWWH 6HSW  YV(DVWHUQ:DVKLQJWRQ 6HSW

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12.85 - Brigitte Slack (2004)

9.67 - Allison Lange (1997-2000)

12 - Sue Faris YV6DPIRUG 2FW 

117 - Beverly Robinson (1980) DQG/RXLVH+DOO  

250 - Sue Faris 

$P\3DXO\ YV6WHSKHQ)$XVWLQ 'HF 

$P\3DXO\  

$P\3DXO\ 

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4.56 - Amy Pauly (2006)

4.15 - Jessica Yearout (2004-05)

Block Solos 

8 - Nina Foster YV0LVVLVVLSSL 2FW 

91 - Nina Foster  

140 - Mavis Reed 

Block Assists 

14 - Holly Richards YV6W/RXLV 6HSW 

149 - Nina Foster  

368 - Julie Farley 

Total Blocks 

15 - Holly Richards YV6W/RXLV 6HSW 

240 - Nina Foster  

438 - Shelly Adamcik 

Blocks/Set

---

1.95 - Nina Foster (1994)

1.58 - Nina Foster (1994-95)

Assists/Set Service Aces  'LJV  Digs/Set

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS KILLS

SEASON

MATCH 1.  2.  3. 

44  43  40  40   5. 39   6. 38   38   38   38   10. 37  

Sue Faris YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH Nina Foster YV$UNDQVDV Sue Faris YV1HZ2UOHDQV Kristye Hall YV6WHSKHQ)$XVWLQ Nina Foster YV$XEXUQ Michelle Green YV(:DVKLQJWRQ Nina Foster YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH Nina Foster YV.HQWXFN\ Kristye Hall YV0LFKLJDQ6WDWH Nina Foster YV$UNDQVDV

2FW 1RY 6HSW 2FW 2FW 6HSW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW

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

738 644 618 599 576 572 569 551 525 503

Nina Foster Sue Faris Kristye Hall Erin Heffner Erin Heffner Michelle Green Kristye Hall Nina Foster Erin Heffner Michelle Green

1994 1989 1989 2004 2002 1999 1990 1995 2003 2000

CAREER                   

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ATTACKS

RECORDS & HISTORY 30

6.  7. 

80  77  77   77   10. 74  

Sue Faris YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH Kayla Fitterer DW608 Nina Foster YV.HQWXFN\ Sue Faris YV7HQQHVVHH7HFK .D\OD)LWWHUHU vs. South Carolina Kristye Hall YV0LFKLJDQ6WDWH Kayla Fitterer YV.HQWXFN\ Nina Foster YV$UNDQVDV Nina Foster YV$UNDQVDV Kristye Hall YV*HRUJLD7HFK

CAREER (min. 500 attempts) 6XH)DULV 1LQD)RVWHU %ULGJHW)XHQWH] .ULVW\H+DOO (ULQ+HIIQHU .ULVW\H+DOO .D\OD)LWWHUHU 0LFKHOOH*UHHQ (ULQ+HIIQHU (ULQ+HIIQHU

         

CAREER                   

(ULQ+HIIQHU .D\OD)LWWHUHU %ULGJHW)XHQWH] 0LFKHOOH*UHHQ 0RQLFD0RUDOHV .ULVW\H+DOO %URRNV:HEVWHU 6XH)DULV -HQQLIHU%LEEHU 0RQLFD'DYLV

         

 4.  5.  6.  7.  8.  9.  

.923  .917  .917  .895  .875  .824  .810  .800  .769  .769 

Leigh Moyer YV8$% Kelly Potter YV/R\ROD&KLFDJR Crystal Hudson YV2NODKRPD Nina Foster YV$ODEDPD6WDWH Kelley Potter YV$XEXUQ Crystal Hudson YV.HQWXFN\ Michelle Green YV*HRUJLD6WDWH Mavis Reed YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH Jenny Vieth YV6DPIRUG Andrea Miller YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH

1.

.401

2FW

2.

.399

6HSW

3.

.396

2FW

4.

.384

2FW 1RY

5.  6.

.359  .353

2FW

7.

.352

1RY

8.

.348

2FW

9.

.345

1RY

10 .342

6HSW

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

Cindy Vordenbaum 416K-105E/775TA Nancy Woolsey 420K-78E/858TA Eileen Kohrherr 396K-89E/776TA Crystal Hudson 452K-105E/903TA Nina Foster .(7$ Julie Farley 302K-74E/645TA Sarah Cotten 197K-52E/412TA Crystal Hudson 382K-111E/778TA Andrea Miller 174K-47E/368TA Crystal Hudson 450K-117E/974TA

3.  4.  5.  6.  7.  8.  9.  10. 

.334  .321  .300  .291  .276  .266  .264  .259 

Nina Foster .(7$ Sarah Cotten 319K-85E/688TA Crystal Hudson .(7$ Andrea Miller .(7$ Mavis Reed .(7$ Alyssa Meuth .(7$ Julie Farley .(7$ Calli Johnson .(7$ Lindsey Buteyn .(7$ Lynn Wondrasek .(7$

1994-95 1997-2000 2004-07 1989-92 1991-94 2007-10 2001-04 2007-10 2005-08 1990-92

ASSISTS 1. 

MATCH (min. 10 attempts) 1.  2. 

1. .3402   2. .3401

MATCH

HITTING PERCENTAGE 12K-0E/13TA 6HSW 11K-0E/12TA 6HSW 11K-0E/12TA 6HSW 17K-0E/19TA 6HSW 15K-0E/17TA 1RY 14K-0E/17TA 2FW 17K-0E/21TA 2FW 12K-0E/15TA 1RY 10K-0E/13TA 6HSW 10K-0E/13TA 2FW

SEASON (min. 300 attempts)

MATCH 1. 101   2. 94   3. 92   4. 86    

                  

77  77   3. 76   4. 75   5. 74   74       72   72           71  

Allison Lange YV0DUTXHWWH Allison Lange YV(:DVKLQJWRQ Allison Lange YV0768 Jennifer Miller YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH Bridget Studnicka YV0LVVLVVLSSL Jennifer Miller YV0LFKLJDQ6WDWH 1LFROH&KDYH] YV.HQWXFN\ Erin Tenbrunsel YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH Jennifer Miller YV/68 1LFROH&KDYH] YV7UR\6WDWH &DPLOOH*XWLHUUH] YV6RXWK&DUROLQD Erin Tenbrunsel YV$UNDQVDV6WDWH

6HSW 6HSW 2FW 2FW 1RY 2FW 1RY 1RY 2FW 6HSW 2FW 6HSW

1978

SEASON 1980 1979 2006 1995 2004

                  10.1,293

.HQQD0LOQHU %ULJLWWH6ODFN %ULJLWWH6ODFN -HQQLIHU0LOOHU -HQQLIHU0LOOHU %ULJLWWH6ODFN %ULJLWWH6ODFN (ULQ7HQEUXQVHO $OOLVRQ/DQJH Sierra Wilson

         2012

1997

CAREER 2005 1990 2007

                  

%ULJLWWH6ODFN -HQQLIHU0LOOHU $OOLVRQ/DQJH (ULQ7HQEUXQVHO %ULGJHW6WXGQLFND 6WHSKDQLH5LOH\ 1DQF\:RROVH\ .HQQD0LOQHU .D\OD6FKPLGW (ULQ3ULFH

         


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SEASON

MATCH 1.  2.  3.  4.      

12  11  10  8  8  8  8  8  8 

Sue Faris YV6DPIRUG Jennifer Miller YV/RXLVLDQD7HFK Beverly Robinson YV$XEXUQ Mary Catherine Aune YV:.HQWXFN\ Sue Faris YV6RXWKHUQ0LVVLVVLSSL Sue Faris YV$ODEDPD6WDWH Louise Hall YV*HRUJLD Louise Hall YV0LDPL )OD  Jennifer Miller YV$XVWLQ3HD\

2FW 2FW 2FW $XJ 6HSW 2FW 2FW 2FW 6HSW

SEASON 1.

117 117 3. 94 4. 78 5. 77 6. 71 7. 69 69 9. 67 10. 66 66

Louise Hall Beverly Robinson Sue Faris Louise Hall Jennifer Miller Sue Faris Dorothy Franco Jennifer Miller Mary Catherine Aune Nancy Woolsey Erin Price

1977 1980 1989 1976 1990 1990 1978 1989 2007 1979 2002

Sue Faris Louise Hall Jennifer Miller Erin Heffner Ellen Bible Monica Morales Erin Price Mary Catherine Aune Jennifer Bibber Kory Tull

1989-92 1976-77 1989-92 2001-04 1989-92 1997-2000 2000-03 2007-10 2000-03 2001-04

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

250 195 193 166 161 158 153 141 126 121

DIGS 39  35  33  32  31  30  30   30   30   10. 29   29   29   29  

Amy Pauly YV6WHSKHQ)$XVWLQ Amy Pauly YV.DQVDV6WDWH Kelsey Anderson DW608 Lorian Newcomer YV$UNDQVDV6WDWH Amy Pauly DW0LVVLVVLSSL Lorian Newcomer DW.HQWXFN\ Amy Pauly YV1RUWKHUQ,RZD Amy Pauly YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH Cristina Arenas YV0LVVRXUL Lorian Newcomer YV$XEXUQ Lorian Newcomer YV6RXWK&DUROLQD Amy Pauly YV7HQQHVVHH Amy Pauly YV6DFUDPHQWR6WDWH

                9. 949 10. 932

1.  2.   4.    7.    

6HSW



6HSW



2FW 6HSW 2FW 2FW

2007 2005 2006 1994 1993 2012  2010 2008 1999

$P\3DXO\ /RULDQ1HZFRPHU 0LFKHOOH*UHHQ (ULQ+HIIQHU 0RQLFD0RUDOHV .ULVW\H+DOO .HOVH\$QGHUVRQ 6XH)DULV Erin Price Jennifer Miller

        2000-03 1989-92

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

8  7  7  5  5  5  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4 

Nina Foster YV0LVVLVVLSSL Mavis Reed YV0LVVLVVLSSL Cindy Vordenbaum YV$XEXUQ Shelly Adamcik YV$UNDQVDV Mavis Reed YV$NURQ Andrea Miller YV7HPSOH Julie Farley YV6RXWK&DUROLQD Rachael Green YV.HQWXFN\ Shelly Adamcik YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH Shelly Adamcik YV%RLVH6WDWH Shelly Adamcik YV&6)XOOHUWRQ Jenny Vieth YV6\UDFXVH Mavis Reed YV:HVWHUQ,OOLQRLV Mavis Reed YV0LVVLVVLSSL

2FW

1.  2.  3.  

91 51 39 36 34 32 30 28 27 26 26

Nina Foster Mavis Reed Shelly Adamcik Holly Richards Mavis Reed Shelly Adamcik Andrea Miller Mavis Reed Mavis Reed Andrea Miller Kelly Fash

 7.  8. 

2FW  6HSW  6HSW

1991-94 1994-95 1989-92 1999-2002 2004-07 1989-92 1997-2000 2006-09 1991-94 2001-04 1997-2000



14  12  11  11  11  11  10  9  9  9  9 

Holly Richards YV6W/RXLV Shelly Adamcik YV*HRUJLD Nina Foster YV/68 Nina Foster YV.HQWXFN\ Kari Weber YV9DOSDUDLVR Kari Weber YV.HQWXFN\ Holly Richards YV/68 Shelly Adamcik YV.HQWXFN\ Ellen Bible YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH Ellen Bible YV1HZ2UOHDQV Holly Richards YV&HQWUDO)ORULGD

6HSW 2FW 2FW 2FW $XJ 1RY 2FW 2FW 1RY 6HSW 6HSW

$XJ

SEASON 2FW 2FW 2FW 6HSW 6HSW

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

149 130 124 122 119 116 111 106 105 97

Nina Foster Shelly Adamcik Holly Richards Shelly Adamcik Kari Weber Julie Farley Rachael Green Crystal Hudson Crystal Hudson Erin Price

1994 1999 1995 2001 1996 2003 2006 2006 2007 2001

Julie Farley Shelly Adamcik Crystal Hudson Erin Price Mavis Reed Andrea Miller Monica Morales Calli Johnson Nina Foster Jennifer Miller

2001-04 1999-2002 2004-07 2000-03 1991-94 1989-92 1997-2000 2007-10 1994-95 1989-92

6HSW

CAREER 6HSW 2FW

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

Mavis Reed Nina Foster Andrea Miller Shelly Adamcik Crystal Hudson Jennifer Miller Kelly Fash Brooks Webster Jenny Vieth Erin Heffner Monica Morales

MATCH



2FW

140 115 86 81 66 63 55 54 45 42 42

BLOCK ASSISTS

MATCH



2FW

CAREER Amy Pauly Jessica Yearout Amy Pauly Lorian Newcomer Lorian Newcomer Cristina Arenas %ULGJHW)XHQWH] Kelsey Anderson Amy Pauly Michelle Green

SOLO BLOCKS

'HF

6HSW

616 543 520 500 499 443  425 421 400

CAREER



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

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

1994 1993 1999 1995 1992 2000 1990 1994 1992 1989 1998

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

368 357 342 321 285 258 256 242 240 233

RECORDS & HISTORY

SERVICE ACES

2FW 1RY 1RY $XJ

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TEAM RECORDS KILLS

SEASON

MATCH      

     

YV$UNDQVDV YV(DVWHUQ:DVKLQJWRQ YV/RXLVLDQD7HFK YV0LGGOH7HQQHVVHH YV0LVVLVVLSSL YV0DUTXHWWH

6HSW 6HSW 2FW 2FW 1RY 6HSW

SEASON          

         

         

TOTAL ATTACKS MATCH       

      

YV9LUJLQLD 6HSW YV+RXVWRQ 1RY DW608 6HSW YV.HQWXFN\ 2FW YV0LGGOH7HQQHVVHH6WDWH 2FW YV0DUTXHWWH 6HSW YV0LVVLVVLSSL 1RY

SEASON          

         

         

HITTING PERCENTAGE MATCH

RECORDS & HISTORY

     

 YV2NODKRPD  YV$ODEDPD6WDWH  YV$ODEDPD6WDWH  YV3UDLULH9LHZ  YV$ODEDPD6WDWH  YV*HRUJLD6WDWH

6HSW $XJ 2FW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW

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

.293 .286 .264 .263 .250 .237 .237 8. .236 9. .233 10. .226

1980 1979 1989 1990 2004 2005 2002 1995 2012 2008

ASSISTS MATCH     

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YV0DUTXHWWH YV(DVWHUQ:DVKLQJWRQ YV$UNDQVDV YV0LVVLVVLSSL YVWHDPVODVWYV/68

6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 1RY 2FW

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

         

         

         

SERVICE ACES MATCH     

    

YV$XVWLQ3HD\ YV8$% YV*HRUJLD6RXWKHUQ YV7HQQHVVHH YV/RXLVLDQD7HFK

6HSW 2FW 6HSW 1RY 2FW

SEASON 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

456 426 404 399 330 330 7. 307 8. 281 9. 248 10. 244

1980 1977 1978 1979 1976 1989 1990 2002 1993 2001

DW608 6HSW YV+RXVWRQ 1RY YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH 2FW YV$XEXUQ 2FW YV0LGGOH7HQQHVVHH6WDWH 2FW YV*HRUJH:DVKLQJWRQ 6HSW

SEASON          

         

         

MATCH     

YV1HZ2UOHDQV 6HSW YV0LVVLVVLSSL 2FW YV$NURQ 6HSW YV*HRUJH:DVKLQJWRQ 6HSW YVWHDPVODVW0DUTXHWWH6HSW

SEASON 1. 2. 3.

145 118 102 102 5. 95 6. 93 7. 90 8. 87 87 10. 83

    

YV.HQWXFN\ YV*HRUJLD YV/68 YV/68 YV.HQWXFN\

2FW 2FW 2FW 1RY 1RY

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

547 501 490 457 455 440 428 409 391 388

1994 1999 2001 1995 2006 2003 1996 1990 2007 1992

TIDE AMONG THE SEC ELITE ALL-TIME TOP THREE SEASON STATISTICAL RANKINGS 1989 Third - Hitting Percentage Third - Aces

.264 2.48

1990 Second - Hitting Percentage

.263 3.16

1995 Second - Hitting Percentage

.236

1999 Third - Aces

1.73

2000 Second - Aces

1.71

2001 First - Aces Second - Low Opponent Hitting Percentage

2.14 .178

2002 Second - Aces Third - Assists Third - Kills

2.30 14.09 16.01

2003 First - Aces Second - Low Opponent Hitting Percentage

2.14 .195

2004

SOLO BLOCKS     

    

First - Blocks

MATCH      

MATCH

1994

DIGS      

BLOCK ASSISTS

Second - Kills Second - Aces Third - Assists

16.39 1.86 14.69

2005 Third - Hitting Percentage Third - Assists Third - Kills

.237 14.57 15.77

2006 1994 1993 1990 1991 1992 1997 1989 1999 1995 2006

Third - Opp. Hitting Percentage Third - Won/Loss Percentage

.177 .567

2007 Third - Hitting Percentage

.221

2008 First - Aces

1.60

2011 Third - Digs

15.58


SEC STATISTICAL RECORDS MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Home Winning Percentage

1.000 (14-0) in 1977 Matches Won 57 in 1977 (57-5) Winning Streak 37 matches    2FW1RY

Home Winning Streak 25 matches    2FW6HSW

Losing Streak 16 matches    6HSW1RY

Home Losing Streak 6 matches    1RY2FW

0DWFK$WWHQGDQFH YV/68    6HSW

/RQJHVW0DWFK KRXUVPLQXWHV    YV9LUJLQLD 6HSW

Season Openers 21-11 Home Openers 26-9 SEC Openers 15-10 Senior Day 12-10

1993 1994   1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

HITTING PERCENTAGE 1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Andrea Miller (Fr.) Kristye Hall (Fr.) Andrea Miller (So.) Lynn Wondrasek (Fr.) Andrea Miller (Sr.) Mavis Reed (Jr.) Nina Foster (Fr.) Nina Foster (So.) Sarah Cotten (Fr.) Julie Farley (Sr.) Erin Heffner (Sr.) Crystal Hudson (So.) Crystal Hudson (Jr.) Crystal Hudson (Sr.) Calli Johnson (So). Alyssa Meuth (Jr.)

.322 .289 .345 .335 .331 .333 .328 .359 .352 .353 .277 .348 .384 .342 .323 .338

1989

1991

Second 10th First Fourth 10th Sixth Second Second Seventh Fifth 10th Fifth Second Fifth Sixth Fifth

1994

4.84 First 4.68 Second 4.06 Third 6.02 Second 5.46 First 4.58 First 4.57 Second 4.00 Sixth 4.72 Second 3.55 Eighth 4.82 First 3.64 Seventh 5.55 First 3.93 Sixth  (LJKWK 3.78 Sixth  1LQWK 4.04 First 3.22 Eighth 3.73 Second 4.02 Third 3.73 Fifth 3.12 13th

2007 2008

1995 1997 1998 2000 2001

2002 2003

2004

KILLS PER SET 1989 1990 1994 1995 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2006  2007  2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Sue Faris (Fr.) Kristye Hall (Fr.) Kristye Hall (So.) Nina Foster (Fr.) Nina Foster (So.) Michelle Green (Jr.) Michelle Green (Sr.) Jennifer Bibber (So.) Erin Heffner (So.) Jennifer Bibber (Jr.) Erin Heffner (Jr.) Jennifer Bibber (Sr.) Erin Heffner (Sr.) Crystal Hudson (Jr.) %ULGJHW)XHQWH] -U  Crystal Hudson (Sr.) %ULGJHW)XHQWH] 6U  Brooks Webster (Jr.) Alyssa Meuth (Jr.) Kayla Fitterer (So.) Kayla Fitterer (Jr.) Kayla Fitterer (Sr.) Laura Steiner (Fr.)

ASSISTS PER SET 1989 1990 1991

Jennifer Miller (Fr.) Jennifer Miller (So.) Jennifer Miller (Jr.)

10.53 10.07 8.70

Fourth Eighth Ninth

9.60 Ninth 11.11 Third  6L[WK  WK 11.98 Sixth 10.69 Ninth 8.12 10th 7.79 10th 12.15 Fourth 12.47 Third 10.98 Eighth 12.85 Third 11.81 Fourth 11.62 Sixth 11.98 Third 7.59 Seventh 6.53 10th 6.92 Ninth 6.07 10th 6.07 10th 10.87 Second

SERVICE ACES PER SET

1990

TIDE IN FINAL SEC INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS

Erin Tenbrunsel (So.) Erin Tenbrunsel (Jr.) &DPLOOH*XWLHUUH] -U  1LFROH&KDYH] -U  Allison Lange (Fr.) Allison Lange (So.) Allison Lange (Jr.) Allison Lange (Sr.) Bridget Studnicka (Jr.) Kenna Milner (So.) Erin Price (Sr.) Brigitte Slack (Fr.) Brigitte Slack (So.) Brigitte Slack (Jr.) Brigitte Slack (Jr.) Lauren Martin (So.) Stephanie Riley (Fr.) Kayla Schmidt (Jr.) Kayla Schmidt (Sr.) Stephanie Riley (Sr.) Sierra Wilson (Fr.)

2010 2011 2012

Sue Faris (Fr.) Jennifer Miller (Fr.) Sue Faris (So.) Jennifer Miller (So.) Sue Faris (Jr.) Ellen Bible (Jr.) Jeannie Nadolski (Sr.) Nina Foster (Fr.) Nina Foster (So.) Monica Morales (So.) Monica Morales (Jr.) Monica Morales (Sr.) Jen Wagner (Jr.) Jennifer Bibber (So.) Kenna Milner (Fr.) Erin Heffner (Fr.) Erin Price (Jr.) Kory Tull (So.) Erin Heffner (Jr.) Erin Price (Sr.) Jennifer Bibber (Sr.) Erin Heffner (Sr.) Kory Tull (Sr.) Julie Farley (Sr.) Mary Catherine Aune (Fr.) Mary Catherine Aune (So.) Amy Pauly (Sr.) Kayla Fitterer (So.) Cristina Arenas (So.) Kryssi Daniels (Fr.)

0.71 0.52 0.61 0.56 0.53 0.43 0.35 0.31 0.34 0.30 0.44 0.35 0.32 0.42 0.38 0.37 0.54 0.47 0.41 0.40 0.40 0.37 0.36 0.35 0.58 0.47 0.31 0.30 0.25 0.43

Second Fourth Fourth Sixth Fourth Ninth Sixth Eighth Fifth Ninth Third Sixth 10th Sixth Seventh Eighth Fourth Fifth Fourth T-Fifth T-Fifth Third Fifth Eighth First First Eighth Sixth Seventh First

1.29 1.27 1.02 1.90 1.42 1.14 1.36 1.16 1.16 1.13

Ninth Second Ninth First Fourth 10th Third Ninth Eighth Eighth

2.96 3.22 3.96 4.27 3.37 3.20 3.03 3.44

Sixth Second Second First Eighth Fifth Seventh Fifth

BLOCKS PER SET 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1999 2000 2001 2003

Andrea Miller (So.) Mavis Reed (So.) Mavis Reed (Jr.) Nina Foster (Fr.) Holly Richards (Jr.) Nina Foster (So.) Shelly Adamcik (Fr.) Shelly Adamcik (So.) Shelly Adamcik (Jr.) Julie Farley (Jr.)

DIGS PER SET 1989 1991 1993 1994 1995 1999 2004

Sue Faris (Fr.) Marta Bickert (Fr.) Lorian Newcomer (Fr.) Lorian Newcomer (So.) Lorian Newcomer (Jr.) Michelle Green (Jr.) Jen Wagner (So.) Jessica Yearout (Jr.)

2005 2006 2007 2008 2010 2011 2012

Erin Heffner (Sr.) Jessica Yearout (Sr.) Amy Pauly (So.) Amy Pauly (Jr.) Amy Pauly (Sr.) Kelsey Anderson (So.) Cristina Arenas (So.) Cristina Arenas (Jr.)

3.16 4.41 4.56 5.15 4.01 4.09 3.52 3.75

Ninth Fourth Fifth Fourth Fifth Fifth Ninth 12th

ALABAMA PLAYERS RANKED IN TOP 20 FINAL NATIONAL STATISTICS (began compiling in 1989)

INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS BLOCKS PER SET 1994

Nina Foster (Fr.)

1.90

First

4.84 4.68 6.02 5.46 5.55

12th 15th Second Seventh Ninth

.384

21st

.707 .590 0.43

Seventh 19th 17th

4.27

15th

.264

19th

3.16

15th

2.30 2.14

14th 19th

KILLS PER SET 1989 1994 1995 2004

Sue Faris (Fr.) Kristye Hall (Fr.) Nina Foster (Fr.) Nina Foster (So.) Erin Heffner (Sr.)

HITTING PERCENTAGE 2006

Crystal Hudson (Jr.)

SERVICE ACES PER SET 1989 2007 2012

Sue Faris (Fr.) Mary Catherine Aune (Fr.) Kryssi Daniels (Fr.)

DIGS PER SET 1994

Lorian Newcomer (So.)

TEAM RANKINGS HITTING PERCENTAGE 1989

Alabama

BLOCKS PER SET 1994

Alabama

ACES PER GAME 2002 2003

Alabama Alabama

ALL-TIME HOME ATTENDANCE Year 1989                        Totals

Total 958                        130,495

Matches 10                        336

Average 96                        388

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ALL-AMERICANS/ALL-SEC ALABAMA ALL-AMERICANS NINA FOSTER VOLLEYBALL MAGAZINE HONORABLE MENTION 1995 Nina Foster will be remembered as one of the greatest volleyball players in the program’s history after back-toback stellar performances during the 1994-1995 seasons. As a middle blocker, Foster became the first Crimson Tide player to earn honorable mention All-America status and AVCA All-District honors. The three-time SEC player of the week led the nation in blocks per game in 1994 (1.90) and was second in the nation in kills per game (6.02). During her tenure at the Capstone, Foster led the conference in blocks per game and kills per game. Foster also can be found in numerous categories in the Alabama record books. She ranks second all-time for solo blocks with 115, eighth in block assists with 240 and eighth in kills with 1,289. Foster holds the Tide record for highest career hitting percentage, at .3402.

ERIN HEFFNER AVCA HONORABLE MENTION 2003 and 2004 Hailing from Ft. Wayne, Ind., Erin Heffner became the second player in Alabama volleyball history named honorable mention All-America and was the first Crimson Tide volleyballer to be so honored by the AVCA. Heffner also was the first UA player to earn the honor twice. During her tenure at the Capstone, Heffner led the SEC in kills per game in 2003 and 2004. She also finished ninth in the nation in 2004 with 5.55 kills per game. The five-time SEC player of the week and two-time AVCA All-District selection also garnered AVCA South District Freshman of the Year accolades in 2001. One of the most successful players to wear the crimson and white, Heffner can be found on every career record list except assists and is the all-time kills leader with 2,090.

CRYSTAL HUDSON AVCA HONORABLE MENTION 2006 and 2007 Crystal Hudson, a native from Hueytown, is one of the greatest middle blockers in Tide history. Hudson led her team to the first, second and third NCAA tournament berths in program history. In 2006, she led the team with 452 kills and 125 blocks. Hudson also posted an .824 hitting percentage against Kentucky, placing her fifth in the individual match records for hitting percentage. Hudson also held the Alabama record in that category after pulling in a .917 hitting percentage against Oklahoma in 2005. The AVCA South Region team selection became the second player in Alabama history to earn AVCA honorable mention All-America honors. Hudson also was selected to the All-SEC first team as a junior and senior.

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BROOKS WEBSTER AVCA HONORABLE MENTION 2008 Following her stellar junior campaign in 2008, Baltimore native Brooks Webster was honored with AVCA honorable onorable mention All-America recognition, becoming the third player in Alabama history to achieve this status. In addition to her national award, Webster was recognized cognized on the All-SEC first team. She led the Crimson Tide with 424 kills in 2008, after collecting 12 double-doubles ubles and rattling off 20-plus kills on five occasions. Webster bster led the conference in kills with an average of 4.17 7 per set against SEC opponents and notched a career-best 26 kills in Alabama’s a’s win at Georgia. On the defensive end, Webster scooped up 287 digs good for or second on the team. At the net, she racked up 45 blocks with 17 of those solo. Webster entered the Tide career record books during her junior season in three categories ategories and currently is seventh in total attacks, eighth in solo blocks and 10th in n kills.

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

ALABAMA ALL-SEC PERFORMERS Beverly Robinson

All-SEC First Team – 1981

Kristye Hall

All-SEC First Team – 1989

Mavis Reed

All-SEC Second Team – 1992 All-SEC Second Team – 1993 All-SEC Second Team – 1994

Nina Foster

All-SEC First Team – 1994 All-SEC First Team – 1995 SEC Freshman of the Year – 1994

Holly Richards

All-SEC Second Team – 1995

Monica Davis

All-SEC Second Team – 1996 All-SEC Second Team – 1997

Michelle Green

All-SEC First Team – 1999 All-SEC First Team – 2000

Monica Morales

All-SEC Second Team – 1999 All-SEC Second Team – 2000

Jennifer Bibber

All-SEC Second Team – 2001

Erin Heffner

All-SEC Second Team – 2001 All-SEC Second Team – 2002 All-SEC First Team – 2003 All-SEC First Team – 2004

Julie Farley

All-SEC Second Team – 2004

Brigitte Slack %ULGJHW)XHQWH]

Sarah Snider

SEC All-Freshman Team – 2004 $OO6(&6HFRQG7HDP² All-SEC Second Team – 2006 All-SEC Second Team – 2007 SEC All-Freshman Team – 2005

Crystal Hudson

All-SEC First Team – 2006 All-SEC First Team – 2007

Brooks Webster

All-SEC First Team – 2008

Alyssa Meuth

All-SEC Second Team – 2009

Kayla Fitterer

All-SEC Second Team – 2010 All-SEC Second Team – 2012


HONORS AND AWARDS SEC PLAYER OF THE WEEK 1991

SEC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

1994

SEC ALL-TOURNAMENT SELECTIONS 1979

Marta Bickert

Oct. 21-27

Nina Foster Nina Foster

Oct. 11-17 Oct. 25-31

1995

Nina Foster

Nov. 7-13

Kelly Fash

Sept. 1-7

1999

Michelle Green

2001

Shelly Adamcik Erin Heffner

2002 Cindy Vordenbaum was an AIAW all-state, tournament and region selection for the Tide from 1975-79.

Erin Heffner

Oct. 18-24

Sept. 4-10 Sept. 25-Oct. 1 Nov. 6-12

Oct. 8-14 Oct. 29-Nov. 4

Sept. 30-Oct. 6

2003

Erin Heffner

AIAW HONORS Prior to the NCAA sponsoring collegiate womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s athletics, schools were governed by the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women. (Alabama left the AIAW for the NCAA in 1981). AIAW ALL-STATE

2004

Erin Heffner Erin Heffner

2005

Kelly Potter Crystal Hudson

Oct. 20-26

Sept. 13-19 Oct. 18-24

Laura Cash Louise Hall Mary Hudgins Vivian Langley Cindy Vordenbaum

AIAW ALL-TOURNAMENT

1977

Louise Hall Mary Hudgins Cindy Nero Cindy Vordenbaum Cheryl Wiedeman

1977

Louise Hall Mary Hudgins Cindy Nero Mara Richters Cindy Vordenbaum Cheryl Wiedeman

1978

Mary Hudgins Mara Richters Cindy Vordenbaum

1979 1978

Mary Hudgins Mara Richters Donna Tubbs

Eileen Kohrherr Cathie Petrucco Nancy Woolsey

1980 1979

Laura Cash Eileen Kohrherr Cathie Petrucco Cheryl Wiedeman

1980

Eileen Kohrherr Beverly Robinson 6X]DQQH6WRJQHU Nancy Woolsey

Cathie Petrucco Beverly Robinson

Crystal Hudson

Oct. 9-15

Kayla Fitterer

Nov. 1-7

SEC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2003 Rachael Green

2004

Jessica Yearout

Amy Pauly Amy Pauly Amy Pauly

2007

Amy Pauly

2008

Aug. 30-Sept.5

Sept. 15-21 Oct. 2-8 Nov. 6-12

Nov. 6-12

Nancy Woolsey

2012

Laura Steiner Sierra Wilson

Volleyball Magazine

2003

Erin Heffner

AVCA

2004

Erin Heffner

AVCA

2006

Crystal Hudson

AVCA

Crystal Hudson

AVCA

2008

AVCA

AVCA ALL-REGION (SINCE 2007) 2007 Crystal Hudson

Brooks Webster

AVCA ALL-DISTRICT 1995

(PRIOR TO 2007)

Nina Foster

2000 2003 2004

Erin Heffner

AVCA SOUTH DISTRICT FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2001 Erin Heffner

SEC FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK 2009 Kelsey Anderson

Nina Foster

Erin Heffner

1979 1980

ALL-AMERICA HONORABLE MEMTION 1995

Michelle Green

Amy Pauly Amy Pauly

Nancy Woolsey

%ULGJHW)XHQWH] Jessical Yearout

Michelle Green

Oct. 27-Nov. 2

1978

Mara Richters

2005

1999

1977

Louise Hall Mary Hudgins Cindy Nero Cindy Vordenbaum

Nancy Woolsey

2008 6HSW

2010

2006 ALL-REGION

Oct. 9-15 Oct. 23-29

2007

$VKOH\)UD]LHU

1981

Brooks Webster

Crystal Hudson Crystal Hudson

2009

Nancy Woolsey Eileen Kohrherr

2007 Aug. 29-Sept. 4 Oct. 10-16

2006 1976

Nancy Woolsey Eileen Kohrherr

RECORDS & HISTORY

Michelle Green Michelle Green Michelle Green

2003

1980

1998

2000

Erin Price

Sept. 1-7 Oct. 6-12

Sept. 21-27

Oct. 8-14 Nov. 5-11 Sept. 10-16

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TOURNAMENT RECORDS POSTSEASON TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES 1976 AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT AUSTIN, TEXAS 2KLR6WDWH 8&/$ /DPDU +RXVWRQ 2UHJRQ

1977 AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT PROVO, UTAH 6RXWKZHVW0LVVRXUL +DZDLL :DVKLQJWRQ6WDWH 5KRGH,VODQG %DOO6WDWH

1978 AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT TUSCALOOSA, ALA. +DZDLL 3LWWVEXUJK 2UHJRQ 7H[DV$UOLQJWRQ 6DQ-RVH6WDWH

Jeannie Nadolski

1977

Alabama Invitational Miami-Dade South Invitational Princeton International Southern Illinois Invitational Tennessee Invitational

1980

Mississippi Univ. for Women Invitational

/ / / / :

1989

Mississippi State Invitational

Crimson Tide Classic

1995

Clemson Big Orange Bash Kathy Trosclair Memorial (Tulane)

1998

Crimson Tide Classic

6WHSKHQ)$XVWLQ

/

2003

Crimson Tide Invitational Hampton Inn Bama Bash

Hampton Inn Bama Bash UW-Milwaukee Invitational BSC Challenge

2006

/

RECORDS & HISTORY

0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH /68 *HRUJLD 0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH 0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH )ORULGD 6RXWK&DUROLQD 7HQQHVVHH )ORULGD .HQWXFN\ $XEXUQ 7HQQHVVHH 7HQQHVVHH $UNDQVDV /68 /68 )ORULGD 6RXWK&DUROLQD $UNDQVDV 6RXWK&DUROLQD $UNDQVDV *HRUJLD /68 7HQQHVVHH )ORULGD

Crimson Tide Invitational

PRESEASON TOURNAMENT TITLES

1974

Alabama Invitational Athens College Invitational

1976

Alabama Invitational Florida State Invitational Columbus College Invitational Miami-Dade South Invitational Mississippi Univ. for Women Invitational

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5-0 3-0

5-0 6-0 6-0 5-1 6-0

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

3-0

3-0 3-0 3-0

2-1

3-0

3-0 3-0

Elon Phoenix Classic Hampton Inn Bama Bash Total titles:

3-0

3-0 4-0 34

ALL-TOURNAMENT SELECTIONS Kristye Hall Sue Faris

1990

Kristye Hall

Jennifer Miller

1991

Sue Faris

Marta Bickert Kristye Hall Andrea Miller Jenny Vieth

1992

Marta Bickert Melanie Ryer Mavis Reed

1993

Mavis Reed

Melanie Ryer

Erin Tenbrunsel

1995

Monica Davis Hilary Kyle Holly Richards

Big Orange Bash Trosclair Memorial Tournament Crimson Tide Classic Big Orange Bash* Crimson Tide Classic

1996

Kari Weber 1LFROH&KDYH] Monica Davis

Crimson Tide Classic Billiken Invitational &ULPVRQ7LGH&ODVVLF Billiken Invitational

Monica Morales Jambalaya Classic Wolfpack Invitational Michelle Green Wolfpack Invitational Allison Lange Air Force Invitational Laura LeBlanc Air Force Invitational

1998

Michelle Green Monica Morales Kelly Fash

1999

Michelle Green Monica Morales Shelly Adamcik

Michelle Green

Allison Lange

2001

2012

1989

Crimson Tide Classic Maryland Invitational ACC-SEC Challenge Crimson Tide Classic Maryland Invitational

Monica Morales

Bama Bash CenturyLink Premier

Hampton Inn Bama Bash : / / / : / / : / : / / / / / : / : / : / / : : /

Nina Foster

2000

2008

2011 ALABAMA SEC TOURNAMENT HISTORY

4-0

3-0 3-0

2005

2010

2007 NCAA TOURNAMENT CLEMSON, S.C. &OHPVRQ

Barker GMC Classic (Illinois State)

Academy Sports Invitational

2006 NCAA TOURNAMENT AUSTIN, TEXAS

3-0 4-0

4-0

2002

/

1994

Alabama Invitational Crimson Tide Classic SW Texas Tournament Miami (OH) Tournament

2008

Lauren Martin Alyssa Meuth /L]6DOVWUDQG  Brooks Webster

Alyssa Meuth Kelsey Anderson

2010

Alyssa Meuth Kelsey Anderson

Shelbi Goode Leigh Moyer

2011

Kayla Fitterer

Arkansas State Invitational Mississippi State Invitational New Orleans Tournament

Toledo Tournament Louisiana Tech Tournament Georgetown Tournament La. Tech Tournament

Shelly Adamcik Erin Price Bridget Studnicka

2002

Erin Heffner

Erin Price Jennifer Bibber Kenna Milner Kory Tull

2003

Erin Heffner   Jennifer Bibber Julie Farley Kory Tull

2004 Syracuse Invitational Clemson Invitational Crimson Tide Classic Syracuse Invitational Crimson Tide Classic Crimson Tide Classic Crimson Tide Classic* Crimson Tide Classic

Crimson Tide Classic Rice Invitational South Florida Invitational

Alabama Invitational SW Texas Tournament Miami (OH) Tournament* Alabama Invitational* Crimson Tide Classic

Erin Heffner

Julie Farley Kelley Potter

2005

Kelley Potter %ULGJHW)XHQWH] Jessica Yearout

2006

%ULGJHW)XHQWH] Brigette Slack Crystal Hudson

2007

Cortney Warren Leigh Moyer

2012

Sierra Wilson Crimson Tide Classic AmeriTech Cellular Classic AmeriHost Classic AmeriTech Cellular Classic Crimson Tide Classic*

Jefferson Cup Crimson Tide Classic Nike Invitational Crimson Tide Classic Jefferson Cup

UNLV Invitational Blue Demon Invitational Big Four Classic Blue Demon Invitational Big Four Classic

Hilton Classic Hilton Classic Sheraton Invitational

Barker GMC Classic* Crimson Tide Invitational Georgia Tech Invitational Barker GMC Classic Barker GMC Classic Crimson Tide Invitational Georgia Tech Invitational

Crimson Tide Invitational* 0L]XQR+ROLGD\,QQ&ODVVLF Crimson Tide Invitational Crimson Tide Invitational Courtyard by Marriott Classic

Hampton Inn Bama Bash* Hilton UTA Invitational TSI Bookstore Invitational Hampton Inn Bama Bash Hampton Inn Bama Bash

Hampton Inn Bama Bash* +DPSWRQ,QQ%DPD%DVK Hampton Inn Bama Bash

$FDGHP\6SRUWV,QYLWDWLRQDO Hampton Inn Bama Bash Academy Sports Invitational Academy Sports Invitational*

Brigitte Slack Academy Sports Bama Bash Amy Pauly Sooner Legends/NIKE Invitational Shamrock Invitational

Hampton Inn Bama Bash Hurricane Invitational Crimson Tide Invitational &ULPVRQ7LGH,QYLWDWLRQDO Hampton Inn Bama Bash Hurricane Invitational Crimson Tide Invitational*

2009

1997

Hilton Classic (New Mexico State)

2KLR

                        

3-1 2-1

2001

2005 NCAA TOURNAMENT COLUMBUS, OHIO

2-1

3-0

Alabama Invitational Miami-Ohio Invitational

/ / : / /

7-0

Jenny Vieth Lorian Newcomer

Nina Foster

1991 1993

/ / : : :

7-0 7-0 6-0 5-0 5-0

Andrea McQuaid 3ULFLOOD'XNH(]HML Katherine White

Bama Bash Hornet Invitational

CenturyLink Premier* Crimson Tide Invitational Hawkeye Challenge Bama Bash* CenturyLink Premier CenturyLink Premier Bama Bash

Hampton Inn Bama Bash* DoubleTree Invitational Rocket Classic Hampton Inn Bama Bash Rocket Classic Hampton Inn Bama Bash

Beanpot Classic Elon Phoenix Classic Hampton Inn Bama Bash Beanpot Classic Elon Phoenix Classic* (ORQ3KRHQL[&ODVVLF Hampton Inn Bama Bash

7RWDO6HOHFWLRQV * Denotes Tournament MVP



TIDE HOME EVENTS ALABAMA INVITATIONAL 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1993 Overall

5-0 5-0 7-0 4-2 5-1 4-2 3-3 3-1 36-9

BAMA BASH 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Overall

3-0 3-0 2-1 0-3 2-1 1-2 3-0 3-0 3-0 20-7

CRIMSON TIDE INVITATIONAL 1991 3-0 1993 2-1 1994 2-2 1995 3-1 1996 2-1 1998 4-0 1999 2-2 2002 2-1 2003 3-0 2004 3-0 2005 3-0 2006 2-1 2008 3-0 Overall 34-9


ALL-TIME COACHES YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORDS Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Coach Stephanie Schleuder Stephanie Schleuder Stephanie Schleuder Stephanie Schleuder Stephanie Schleuder Stephanie Schleuder Stephanie Schleuder Stephanie Schleuder Stephanie Schleuder Totals (8 years)

SEC (Finish) n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 3-3 3-3

1982-88

Overall 6-13 34-12 52-6 57-5 33-19 43-15 36-20 24-18 285-108 no volleyball program

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Dorthy Franco-Reed Dorthy Franco-Reed Dorthy Franco-Reed Dorthy Franco-Reed Dorthy Franco-Reed Dorthy Franco-Reed Dorthy Franco-Reed Dorthy Franco-Reed Totals (7 years)

0-8 (9th) 1-7 (9th) 6-9 (6th) 4-10 (7th) 2-12 (9th) 8-7 (6th) 7-8 (T3rd West) 28-61

13-24 15-22 14-18 10-22 17-21 21-14 24-10 114-131

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Judy Green Totals (15 years)

1-14 (6th West) 2-13 (5th West) 2-13 (T5th West) 7-8 (T3rd West) 11-4 (1st West) 10-5 (T2d West) 8-8 (3rd West) 11-5 (2nd West) 10-6 (T1st West) 9-7 (3rd West) 12-8 (2nd West) 12-8 (3rd West) 9-11 (3rd West) 6-14 (4th West) 3-17 (T5th West) 113-141

5-31 9-23 14-18 17-15 22-8 22-9 19-15 18-13 21-9 23-11 17-13 15-15 16-13 8-22 11-19 237-234

2011 2012

JUDY GREEN

Ed Allen Ed Allen Ed Allen Totals (2 years)

TOTAL

4-16 (6th West) 7-13 (5th West) 11-29

11-20 18-14 29-34

155-234 (.399) 25 years

665-507 (.567) 32 years

1996-2010 237-234 (.503)/116-141 (.451) SEC

Judy Green guided the Crimson Tide to 10 straight winning campaigns from 1999-2008. In 2007, she led Alabama to its third consecutive NCAA tournament appearance and third in school history. In 2000, the Tide captured its first SEC Western Division title and a school record for SEC victories. She later led Alabama to a share of the SEC Western Division crown in 2004.

DOROTHY FRANCO-REED 1989-1995 114-131 (.465)/27-63 (.300) SEC

In addition to being a standout player for the Crimson Tide in the late 1970s, Dorothy Franco Reed was entrusted with rebuilding the volleyball program at Alabama after its reinstatement in 1989. During her tenure, she guided the Tide to the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first two 20-plus win seasons in the modern era.

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1974-1981 285-108 (.725)/3-3 (.500) SEC

STUDENT ASSISTANTS 1DGROVNL)UDQN 6HEDVWLDQ(PLO\

STEPHANIE SCHLEUDER

 

Stephanie Schleuder served as the head coach for both the volleyball and womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basketball teams at Alabama from 1975-77. She compiled a 39-36 mark as the basketball mentor. Schleuder was the first official head coach for both programs. Following her stint at Alabama, Schleuder coached at Minnesota for 13 seasons and was the head coach at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn., for 12 years before retiring after the 2009 season.

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ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

2000 2001

Michelle Green Shelly Adamcik

Sr. Jr.

Education Criminal Justice

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT FIRST TEAM 1990 1992 1993 2000 2001

Kristye Hall Kristye Hall Jenny Vieth Michelle Green Shelly Adamcik Jen Wagner

So. Business Sr. Fitness Management Sr. Psychology Sr. Education Jr. Criminal Justice Sr. Finance

SECOND TEAM 1991 1999 2000 2004

Kristye Hall Michelle Green Allison Lange Erin Heffner

Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Fitness Mgmt. Education Biology Criminal Justice

UNIVERSITY HONORS PROGRAM 1991 1992 1995 1996  1997 1999

2000 2001 2009  2012 2012





Kristye Hall Kristye Hall Lisa Bordes Laura LeBlanc -XOLH5DPLUH] Laura LeBlanc Jen Wagner

Jen Wagner Jen Wagner Stephanie Riley /DXUHQ:LQW]LQJHU Krystal Rivers Sierra Wilson

Allison Lange -HQ:DJQHU Shelly Adamcik Julie Farley

Jr. 6R So. Jr.

Biology 3UH0DMRU Criminal Justice Management

TOP SIX UA SCHOLAR-ATHLETES 1994 1995 2000 2000 2000 2001 2002

Jennifer Vieth Erin Tenbrunsel Sarah Cotten Michelle Green Allison Lange Jen Wagner Shelly Adamcik

SEC COMMUNITY SERVICE POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP 1995 1998

Erin Tenbrunsel Megan Hudson

WOODROW ALVIN DAVIS FAMILY STUDENT-ATHLETE AWARD 1994 2000 2004 2012

Jennifer Vieth Allison Lange Erin Heffner Stephanie Riley

Erin Tenbrunsel

Rachel Green

RECORDS & HISTORY

GOLDEN KEY 1991 1994 1995 1999 2000 2001 2001 2003 2010

Kristye Hall Jennifer Vieth Melanie Ryer Michelle Green Kelly Fash Shelly Adamcik Jen Wagner Katherine Gaudet Stephanie Riley

Michelle Green Michelle Green

MORTAR BOARD 1991 1994 2000 2001

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Kristye Hall Erin Tenbrunsel Michelle Green Michelle Green

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

2000

Jen Wagner

GEORGE K. PAGE SCHOLAR 2000

Jen Wagner

Shelly Adamcik Julie Farley Jennifer Weber Stephanie Riley

JAMES ROBERTSON DISTINGUISHED UNDERGRADUATE AWARD FOR HIGHEST ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE 2002

Shelly Adamcik

BLACK SCHOLAR AWARD 2003 2013

Crystal Hudson Krystal Rivers

EBER MANN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Mary Beth Moore Mary Beth Moore

DEPARTMENT OF ADVERTISING & PUBLIC RELATIONS ACADEMIC AWARD 1999 2000

Jen Wagner Kelly Fash

MINNIE HAYES RAST SCHOLARSHIP 1999 2000

Sarah Kreimer Sarah Kreimer

1999 2000

Sarah Kreimer Sarah Kreimer

RECOGNITION of EXCELLENCE IN SCHOLARSHIP - MANAGEMENT 1999 2003 



Melissa Clark Julie Farley $VKOH\)UD]LHU

BUFORD BOONE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 1999

Mavis Reed

ANDERSON SOCIETY 2000 2001

Jen Wagner

GLADYS M. POE SCHOLARSHIP

2003 2004

SARAH BROWNING SCHOLARSHIP 2007

2001

2000 2003 2008 2009

Erin Tenbrunsel

PAUL W. BRYANT AWARD FINALIST

PAUL W. BRYANT AWARD

CORPORATE FINANCE HONOR AWARD

1995

1995 Kristye Hall Erin Tenbrunsel Monica Davis Allison Lange Michelle Green Jen Wagner Shelly Adamcik Kory Tull Megan Hudson Stephanie Riley Kayla Fitterer

Jen Wagner Jen Wagner

NATIONAL SOCIETY of COLLEGIATE SCHOLARS

PENNY ALLEN AWARD 1992 1994 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2004 2008 2012 2013

2000 2001

NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

THIRD TEAM 1999  2000 2003

OUTSTANDING FINANCE UNDERGRADUATE

C&BA SCHOLASTIC ATHLETES 2000 2010  2010



Melissa Clark Kayla Fitterer $VKOH\)UD]LHU Sarah Machen

SCHOLASTIC EXCELLENCE in MARKETING 2010 2012 2013

Sarah Machen Kayla Fitterer Kayla Fitterer


ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS 1990 1991 1992

Kelsey Melito

Jr.

Journalism

Leigh Moyer

Sr.

Sport Management

Fitness Management

Erin Heffner

Jr.

Criminal Justice

Krystal Rivers

Fr.

Biology

Human Development

Erin Price

Gr.

Management

Laura Steiner

Fr.

Food and Nutrition

Jr. Jr.

Marta Bickert

So.

Business

Kristye Hall

Sr.

Fitness Management

Stephanie Moore

Sr.

Human Development



Bridget Studnicka

Sr.

Early Child Education



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Kory Tull

Jr.

Art



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Abbi Blackburn

So.

Communications

3UH0DMRU6WXGLHV

Julie Farley

Sr.

Management

Sr.

Fitness Management

Erin Heffner

Sr.

Criminal Justice

Jr.

Physical Education

Mary Beth Moore

Jr.

Accounting

Erin Tenbrunsel

So.

Electrical Engineer

Consumer Science

Jenny Vieth

Jr.

Psychology

Angie Faeh

Jr.

Clothing/Textile Design

Kerri Kuiper Melanie Ryer

Journalism

Sandy Ford

Jr.

English

Jeannie Nadolski

Sr.

Human Performance

Lorian Newcomer

So.

Pre-Law Studies

Melanie Ryer

Sr.

Human Performance

Erin Tenbrunsel

Jr.

Electrical Engineer

Jenny Vieth

Sr.

Psychology

Hilary Kyle

So.

Education

Lorian Newcomer

Jr.

Accounting

Erin Tenbrunsel

Sr.

Sheri Thomas

Jr.



/LVD%RUGHV

6R

1997

Laura LeBlanc

So.

Kari Weber

So.

Arts & Sciences



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Kelly Fash

So.

Communications

Michelle Green

So.

Secondary Education

Kelley Potter

Jr.

Kory Tull

Sr.

Art

2005

Abbi Blackburn

Jr.

Advertising



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Megan Hudson

So.

Communications

Mary Beth Moore

Sr.

Accounting

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Kelley Potter

Sr.

Consumer Sciences

Jessica Yearout

Sr.

General Studies

2006

Lindsey Buteyn

So.

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Rachael Green

Sr.

Electrical Engineering

Computer Science

Crystal Hudson

Jr.

Health Care Mgmt

Advertising

Megan Hudson

Jr.

Public Relations

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Christie McKee

Fr.

Nursing

Amy Pauly

So.

Communications

Business

Brigitte Slack

Jr.

Human Development

2007

Lindsey Buteyn

Jr.

Advertising



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Megan Hudson

Sr.

Allison Lange

So.

Pre-Medicine

Calli Johnson

RS-Fr.

Jr.

Management

Amy Pauly

Jr.

Public Relations

Sarah Cotten

Jr.

Psychology

Jr.

Public Relations

Michelle Green

Jr.

Secondary Education

Sarah Kreimer

So.

Apparel Design

Allison Lange

Jr.

Biology



-HQ:DJQHU

6R

2000

Shelly Adamcik

So.

Criminal Justice

Melissa Clark

Sr.

Management

2008 

3UH0DMRU6WXGLHV

Sarah Cotten

Sr.

Psychology

Kelly Fash

Sr.

Public Relations

Katherine Gaudet

So.

Communications

Michelle Green

Sr.

Secondary Education

Sarah Kreimer

So.

Apparel Design

Allison Lange

Sr.

Biology

Monica Morales

Sr.

Hotel/Restaurant Mgmt.

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Bridget Studnicka

So.



Psychology

Brigitte Slack

Sr.

Human Development

Jennifer Weber

So.

Pre-Business

Mary Catherine Aune

So.

Advertising

Lindsey Buteyn

Sr.

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So.

Psychology Interdisciplinary Studies

Lauren Martin

So.

Alyssa Meuth

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Shelly Adamcik

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Criminal Justice

Melissa Clark

Sr.

Secondary Education

Sarah Cotten

Sr.

Psychology

Kelly Fash

Sr.

Advertising

Katherine Gaudet

So.

Public Relations

Michelle Green

Sr.

Secondary Education





2010

Jennifer Weber

Sr.

Mgmt. and Marketing

Mary Catherine Aune

Sr.

Advertising

Kayla Fitterer

So.

Accounting

Shelbi Goode

Fr.

Advertising

Allison Lange

Sr.

Biology

Monica Morales

Sr.

Hotel/Restaurant Mgmt.

Emily Sebastian

So.

Human Development

Morgan Hendrix

Fr.

Communications

Jen Wagner

Sr.

Finance

Calli Johnson

Sr.

Sport Management

Criminal Justice

Kelsey Melito

Fr.

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Shelly Adamcik

Sr.

Jennifer Bibber

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Jennifer Cusimano

So.

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Erin Heffner

So.

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Lexee Marshall

Sr.

Human Development

2011

Alyssa Meuth

Sr.

Leigh Moyer

Jr.

Art

Stephanie Riley

Jr.

Biology

Kayla Schmidt

Sr.

Exercise Science

Kayla Fitterer

Jr.

Marketing Journalism

Erin Price

Jr.

Management

Kelsey Melito

So.

Emily Sebastian

Sr.

Early Child Development

Leigh Moyer

Jr.

Art

Bridget Studnicka

Sr.

Early Child Development

Stephanie Riley

Sr.

Biology

Kory Tull

So.

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Cristina Arenas

Jr.

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Jen Wagner

Sr.

Finance

Sherrill Dahlmann

Fr.

Criminal Justice

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ALABAMA ACADEMIC HONORS 1996 1997 1998 2002 2002

ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Laura LeBlanc Allison Lange Jen Wagner Jennifer Cusimano Julie Farley

2000

ALPHA EPSILON DELTA Allison Lange

2000

BETA BETA BETA Allison Lange

1999 2000 2000 2000 2001 2002 2003

GAMMA BETA PHI Jen Wagner Shelly Adamcik Katherine Gaudet Sarah Kreimer Jennifer Bibber Jennifer Bibber Jennifer Cusimano

1999 2001

KAPPA TAU ALPHA Kelly Fash Katherine Gaudet

1994 2000 2003 2004 2009 2011

OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Erin Tenbrunsel Michelle Green Kory Tull Erin Heffner Calli Johnson Stephanie Riley

2000 2012

PHI BETA KAPPA Allison Lange Stephanie Riley

1996  1996 1997 1997 1997 1998 1999 2000   

PHI ETA SIGMA Laura LeBlanc -XOLH5DPLUH] Kari Weber Sarah Cotten Michelle Green Allison Lange Jen Wagner Shelly Adamcik Emily Sebastian %ULGJHW)XHQWH] /DXUHQ:LQW]LQJHU $VKOH\)UD]LHU

0DUNHWLQJ Public Relations

Melissa Clark Kelly Fash



Accounting

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Stephanie Moore

1993

2002

Marketing

Jr.

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Kristye Hall

So.

2001

Sr.

Andrea McQuaid

Jr.

Arts & Sciences

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Kayla Fitterer

Psychology

Jr.

Business

So.

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1999

Criminal Justice

Sr.

Jennifer Cusimano

So.

Stephanie Moore

Melanie Ryer

1995

Sr.

Jennifer Bibber Julie Farley

Kristye Hall



1994

Shelly Adamcik

1995 2008 2012

PHI KAPPA PHI Melanie Ryer Megan Hudson Stephanie Riley

1999 2000

PHI UPSILON OMICRON Sarah Kreimer Sarah Kreimer

2000

PSI CHI Sarah Cotten

2004 2008

SIGMA ALPHA LAMBDA Mary Beth Moore Jennifer Weber

1994 2008

XXXI HONORARY SOCIETY Erin Tenbrunsel Megan Hudson

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2003

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3-1 3-0

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CHATTANOOGA 1976 W W 1992 W 1993 W 1994 W

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2012

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W

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ILLINOIS STATE 1979 1980 1981 1996 2002 W 2007

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4-1 N A A A H

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JUDSON COLLEGE 1974 L 1975 W W W 1976 W L 1977 W

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W W

LOUISIANA TECH 1989 W 1990 W 1997 L 1999 W

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

3-1 H A H A

LOUISVILLE 1992 1994 2003

3-0 3-2 3-0

0-3 A H A

LOYOLA (CHICAGO) 2005 W

3-0

1-0 H

MCGILL 1977

2-1

1-0 N

MCNEESE STATE 2002 W 2009 L

3-0 3-1

1-1 H H

MARQUETTE 1997 W

3-2

1-0 N

MARSHALL 2002 W

3-1

1-0 N

MARYLAND 1978 W 1990 W 1994 W

2-0 3-0 3-1

3-0 N A A

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

6-2 N N N N N H N H

3-0 3-1

2-0 H H 5-8 A H N H N N N N N H N H A

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

MEMPHIS 1975 1976 1978 1979 1980 1981 1992 MERCER 2001 2006

W

L L L L L L L L L L L L L

L L L

W

W W W W W W

L L

W W

MIAMI (FLORIDA) 1977 W 1979 W

2006 2008

L L L

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

MIAMI (OHIO) 1980 1993 1995 1998 2009

L L L L L

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

0-5 N A H A N

MIAMI-DADE CC 1976 L W 1979 W 1980 W W 1981 W

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

5-1 A A N N N N

MICHIGAN 1981 2002

3-1 3-1

0-2 N N

1980

W W

1981

W

L L L L L

L L


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST. 1991 W 1993 W 1994 W 1995 W 1997 W 1998 W MINNESOTA 1980 1981 1992 1999

L L L L

MINNESOTA-DULUTH 1980 L MISSISSIPPI 1975 W W 1976 W W 1977 W W 1978 W 1979

1980 1981 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

W W W W W W W W

W W W W W W W

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

W W W W W

L L

L L L

L

L L L L L

L L L L L L L L

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 1975 W MISSISSIPPI 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1981 1989

STATE W W W W W W W W W W L

2-1 3-2

2-0 N N

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

6-0 H H H N H A

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

0-4 A H H N

3-2

0-1 A

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

42-19 N N H H N N A A H N N N H N N H N N H A A H H H A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H A A H A H H A A H A H A H A H H A H A

2-0

1-0 H

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

42-16 N N H N H H N N H A A

1990 1991 1992

W W W W W W

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

W W W W W

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L L L L

L L L L L L

L

L L L L

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

MISSISSIPPI UNIV. FOR WOMEN 1974 L 2-0 1975 L 2-0 L 2-0 1976 W 2-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 1977 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 2-0 1978 L 2-0 W 3-2 1979 W 2-0 1980 W 2-1 W 2-0 W 3-0 W 2-0 1981 W 3-0 W 3-0 MISSOURI 2002 2012

W

L L

3-1 3-1 3-2

A A N H A A H N H A N A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H A H A A H A H H A A H H A A 15-4 A A N A N N H H A N N H A H A H N A H 1-2 H H A

MISSOURI STATE (formerly Southwest Missouri) 1977 L 2-0 1978 L 2-0 1979 L 2-1

0-3

MONTANA STATE 2003 L 2004 W

3-0 3-0

1-1 A H

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

10-4 N A H A N H H H N H H A N H

MONTEVALLO 1974 1975

W W W W W

1976 1977 1980 1981 1990

W W W W W

L L

L L

N A N

MOREHEAD STATE 1977 W

2-0

1-0 N

2005 2007

MURRAY STATE 1997 2008 W

L

3-0 3-0

1-1 N H

ORAL ROBERTS 1977 W 1979

NEBRASKA 1979 2002

L L

2-0 3-0

0-2 N A

NEW MEXICO STATE 2001 W

3-1

1-0 A

NEW ORLEANS 1979 W 1980 W 1989 W 1996 1997

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

3-2 N N A H A

PENNSYLVANIA 2011 W

NICHOLLS STATE 1977 W 1980 W 1995 W 2001 W 2008 W

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

5-0 N N N N H

PITTSBURGH 1978 2001 W 2004

NORTH ALABAMA 1974 L 1975 W L L 1976 W W W W 1977 W 1978 W W W W

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

L L

NORTH CAROLINA 1981 L 1991 L N.C. CENTRAL 2012 W

10-3 N H N H H A H N H H H A

2-0 3-1

0-2 N A

3-0

1-0 N

NORTH CAROLINA STATE 1991 L 3-1 1997 L 3-2

0-2 A A

NORTH TEXAS 1979 W 2010 W

2-0 3-2

2-0 N N

NORTHEASTERN 2012 L

3-2

0-1 N

NORTHERN IOWA 2005 W 2006 L

3-0 3-2

1-1 N A

2-0 2-1

2-0 N N

NORTHWESTERN 1981 L 1990 L 2003 W

2-0 3-0 3-2

1-2 N N N

NORTHWESTERN STATE 1975 L 1990 W 1997 W 1998 W

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

3-1 N N N H

NORTE DAME 2006 2007

3-1 3-2

0-2 N N

3-0

1-0 N

L L

3-1 3-1 3-2

1-2 N N N

L L L L

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

0-4 N N N N

2-0 2-0

3-1 H N

NORTHERN KENTUCKY 1977 W W

L L

OAKLAND 1998 W OHIO 1999 2005 2007

W

OHIO STATE 1976 1979 1997 2011 OKLAHOMA 1979 W W

L

3-0 3-0

H A

L L

2-0 2-0 2-1

1-2 N N N

L L

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

2-2 N H N A

3-2

1-0 N

L L

3-0 3-0

0-2 A N

L L

2-1 3-2 3-2

1-2 H N N

L

3-1

0-1 N

PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 1997 W

3-0

1-0 N

PROVIDENCE 2000 W

3-0

1-0 N

2-1 3-1

0-2 N A

RHODE ISLAND 1977 W

2-1

1-0 N

RHODES (formerly SW Tennessee) 1974 W

2-0

N

RICE 1992 1996

3-1 3-1

0-2 A N

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

2-3 N N N N N

SACRAMENTO STATE 2007 L 2009 L

3-1 3-1

0-2 H A

SACRED HEART 2012 W

3-0

1-0 N

SAINT LOUIS 1977 W 1989 1995 W 1996 2009

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

2-3 N N H A A

SAM HOUSTON STATE 1989 L 1991 L 1996 L

3-1 3-1 3-0

0-3 N N N

SAMFORD 1989 W W W 1990 W W 1993 W W 1994 W W 1995 W 1997 W 1998 W 1999 W W 2000 W 2001 W 2008 W 2011 2012 W

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

18-1 H N A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H A H

3-2

0-1 N

OREGON 1976 1978 1996 1999

W

W W

PENN STATE 1996 2009

PORTLAND 1990

PURDUE 1978 1981

RUTGERS 1977 1978 1980 1981

L L

L L W

L L

W

L

L L L

L

SAN FRANCISCO 2009 L

1-0

ROLLTIDE.COM

RECORDS & HISTORY

MICHIGAN STATE 1979 W 1990 W

43


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS SAN JOSE STATE 1978 L 2000 L SANTA CLARA 2002

L

SETON HALL 2007 W SMU 2009 2011

W

L

SOUTH ALABAMA 1974 L W 1975 W L W 1976 W W W 1977 W W 1978 W W W 1979 W W W 1980 W W W 1989 L L 1990 W 1995 W 1998 W 1999 W 2000 W 2003 W 2005 W

2-0 3-1

0-2 H N

3-1

0-1 N

3-1

1-0 N

3-0 3-2

1-1 H A

RECORDS & HISTORY

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

24-4 N N N A H A H N H A A H N A H N H A H N A H H A H N H A

SOUTH CAROLINA 1979 W 1980 L 1981 W W W 1991 W W 1992 W 1993 L W 1994 L L 1995 W 1996 L 1997 L 1998 L 1999 W 2000 L 2001 L 2002 L L W 2003 W W 2004 W 2005 W L 2006 W W 2007 W L 2008 L L 2009 W W 2010 W L 2011 W L 2012 W L

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

23-18 H H N N N A H A A H A N H A H A H H A A H N H A H H A A H H A H A A H H A H A A H

SC SPARTANBURG 1980 W

2-0

1-0 N

3-1

1-0 N

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 2008 W

SOUTH FLORIDA 1976 W 1977 W 1989 L 1992 L 2001 W 2008 W

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

4-2 N N A A H H

SE LOUISIANA 1980 W 1993

2-0 3-1

1-1 N H

SE MISSOURI STATE 1996 L

3-0

0-1 N

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 1977 W 1990 L 2010 L

2-0 3-1 3-0

1-2 A A N

SOUTHERN MISS 1989 L W 1990 L L 1991 W 1992 L 1993 W 1994 W 1995 W 1996 L 1997 L L 2000 W 2001 W 2003 L 2004 W

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

8-8 N H H A H A H H H A N H H A H A

SOUTHWEST BAPTIST 1977 W

2-0

1-0 N

SPRING HILL 1976 W 1977 W

2-0 3-0

2-0 N N

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 1990 L 1993 L 1995 W 2006 L

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

1-3 N N H N

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

4-0 H H H A

3-1 3-1 3-2

1-2 A H N

3-2

1-0 N

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

12-32 A H A N N A A A H H A H A H H N A H N H N A H A A A H H A H H A A H

STILLMAN 1975 1976 1977

TEMPLE 1991

1981

W

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

W W W

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

L L

W

TENNESSEE 1977 W 1979 1980

2007

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

W W W W

SYRACUSE 1991 1993 W 1997

2006

44

L

W

W W W W W W

L L L L L L L L L L L

L L L L L L L L L L L

2008

L L L L L L L L L L

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

A H H A A H A H H A

TENNESSEE-MARTIN 1975 W 1978 W 1998 W 2010 W

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

4-0 N N H N

TENNESSEE TECH 1989 L 1990 W 1993 W

3-2 3-2 3-0

2-1 A H H

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

0-4 N A H A

TEXAS ARLINGTON 1978 L L 1979 L 1995 W 2004 W

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

2-3 N H N N A

TCU 2011

3-1

0-1 N

2009 2010 2011 2012

TEXAS A&M 1993 1996 2012

L L L L

L

W

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 2000 2001 2002 2003 2007 2010

W

W W W W W W

UCLA 1976

UNLV 2000

W

3-2

1-0 A

3-0

0-1 N

VALPARAISO 1996 W 2000 W

3-2 3-1

2-0 H N

VANDERBILT 1979 W

2-0

1-0 H

3-0 3-2

1-1 N A

3-0

1-0 N

2-0

1-0 N

3-0 3-0

0-2 H A

WASHINGTON STATE 1977 W

2-0

1-0 N

WATERLOO 1978 W

2-0

1-0 N

2-1 2-0

1-1 N N

WEST VIRGINIA 2002 W

3-0

1-0 H

WESTERN ILLINOIS 1993 W

3-1

1-0 N

WESTERN KENTUCKY 2008 L

3-2

0-1 H

WILLIAM & MARY 1996 L

3-2

0-1 N

WINTHROP 1999 W

3-2

1-0 H

3-0 3-0

0-2 N N

UW-GREEN BAY 2010 W

3-0

1-0 N

UW-MILWAUKEE 2005 W 2006 L

3-0 3-0

1-1 A N

XAVIER 2001 2004

W

3-0 3-0

1-1 A H

YORK 1977

W

2-0

1-0 N

UTAH STATE 2003

2-0

0-1 H

VIRGINIA TECH 1977 W

L

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

3-1 A N H A

WAKE FOREST 2001 2002

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

9-2 H A N N A H H H A H H

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

5-1 N A H H A A

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

8-2 N N N A H A H N A N

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

19-11 H N A H H A N H A H N

1995 1996 1997 1998 TULANE 1976 1990 1991 1993 1995 2004

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

TUSKEGEE 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 UAB 1974 1978 1979 1980 1981

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

L

L L

0-1 N 1-0 N

L

1975 1976 1979

2-0 3-0

TEXAS TECH 1980

L L

L

A H A H A A H H A H A A H A H A H H H

W

H A H A H

TROY 1974

L L L

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

UMKC 2005

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

W W W

L L L L L L L

L

TEXAS STATE (formerly SW Texas State) 1980 L 1993 L 1994 L 2010 W 2011 W

TOLEDO 1990 2005 2010 2011

2-3

1989

VIRGINIA 1990 1999

W

VCU 2008

W

WEST GEORGIA 1975 1976 W

WISCONSIN 1980 1997

L

L

L L

L

L L

L


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Date Opponent 2FW YV7XVNHJHH 2FW DW-XGVRQ 2FW DW0LVVLVVLSSL8QLYIRU:RPHQ 2FW YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH 2FW YV6RXWKZHVWHUQ7HQQHVVHH 2FW YV0RQWHYDOOR 2FW YV6RXWK$ODEDPD 2FW YV1RUWK$ODEDPD 2FW YV$XEXUQ 2FW DW0RQWHYDOOR 2FW $WKHQV 2FW 8$% 2FW &XOOPDQ-XQLRU&ROOHJH 2FW 7UR\6WDWH 1RY DW7UR\6WDWH 1RY YV6RXWK$ODEDPD 1RY YV8$% 1RY YV$XEXUQ 1RY YV7XVNHJHH ! - MUW Tournament (Columbus, Miss.) # - AIAW State Tournament (Athens, Ala.)

Result / / / : : / / / / / / : : / / : : / /

1975 COACH: STEPHANIE SCHLEUDER 34-12 (14-2 HOME, 5-4 ROAD, 15-6 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent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labama Invitational (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - MUW Tournament (Columbus, Miss.)

Result : : : : : : : / : : : / : : : : : : / : : / / : : : : : : / / : : : : : : / : : : / / : / /

$ - Columbus College Invitational (Columbus, Ga.) % - Memphis State Tournament (Memphis, Tenn.) ^ - Athens Tournament (Athens, Ala.) & - AIAW State Tournament (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) + - AIAW Regional Tournament (Tallahassee, Fla.)

1976 COACH: STEPHANIE SCHLEUDER 52-6 (18-1 HOME, 8-1 ROAD, 26-4 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent Result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labama Invitational (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - MUW Tournament (Columbus, Miss.) $ - Columbus College Invitational (Columbus, Ga.) % - Florida State Tournament (Tallahassee, Fla.) ^ - Miami-Dade Tournament (Miami, Fla.) & - AIAW State Tournament (Auburn, Ala.) + - AIAW Region III Tournament (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) ? - AIAW National Championship (Austin, Texas)

1977 COACH: STEPHANIE SCHLEUDER 57-5 (14-0 HOME, 8-0 ROAD, 35-5 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent Result 6HSW DW7XVNHJHH : 6HSW YV0LVVLVVLSSL / 6HSW 0LVVLVVLSSL8QLYIRU:RPHQ : 6HSW 0RQWHYDOOR : 6HSW 0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH : 6HSW /68 : 6HSW -XGVRQ : 6HSW 0LVVLVVLSSL8QLYIRU:RPHQ : 6HSW )ORULGD7HFK : 6HSW DW6WLOOPDQ : 6HSW $XEXUQ : 6HSW )ORULGD7HFK : 6HSW YV1LFKROOV6WDWH : 6HSW YV&ROXPEXV&ROOHJH : 6HSW YV0LVVLVVLSSL : 6HSW YV)ORULGD6WDWH : 2FW YV)ORULGD7HFK : 2FW DW0LVVLVVLSSL8QLYIRU:RPHQ : 2FW YV)ORULGD7HFK / 2FW YV)ORULGD7HFK / 2FW 6RXWK$ODEDPD : 2FW 7XVNHJHH : 2FW 1RUWK$ODEDPD : 2FW YV)ODJOHU : 2FW YV6RXWK)ORULGD : 2FW YV)ORULGD,QWHUQDWLRQDO : 2FW YV-DFNVRQYLOOH : 2FW YV)ORULGD,QWHUQDWLRQDO : 2FW DW0LDPL )/  : 2FW YV2UDO5REHUWV : 2FW DW$XEXUQ : 2FW YV$ODEDPD6WDWH : 2FW YV0F*LOO : 2FW YV5XWJHUV : 2FW YV'HODZDUH : 2FW YV*XHOSK : 2FW YV<RUN : 2FW YV'HODZDUH : 2FW DW7HQQHVVHHA : 2FW YV1RUWK.HQWXFN\A : 2FW YV9LUJLQLD7HFKA : 2FW YV1RUWK.HQWXFN\A : 2FW YV0RUHKHDG6WDWHA : 2FW DW6RXWK$ODEDPD : 2FW YV6SULQJ+LOO : 2FW YV6RXWKZHVW%DSWLVW  : 2FW YV6DLQW/RXLV  : 2FW YV&HQWUDO0LVVRXUL  : 2FW DW6RXWKHUQ,OOLQRLV  : 2FW YV0LVVLVVLSSL8QLYIRU:RPHQ  : 1RY $XEXUQ : 1RY $XEXUQ : 1RY YV)ORULGD" : 1RY YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH" : 1RY YV)ORULGD6WDWH" : 1RY YV)ORULGD6WDWH" : 1RY YV0LVVLVVLSSL" : 'HF YV6RXWKZHVW0LVVRXULa / 'HF YV+DZDL·La / 'HF YV:DVKLQJWRQ6WDWHa : 'HF YV5KRGH,VODQGa : 'HF YV%DOO6WDWHa : ! - Alabama Invitational (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - MUW Tournament (Columbus, Miss.) $ - Miami-Dade Invitational (Miami, Fla.) % - Princeton Invitational (Princeton, N.J.) ^ - Tennessee Invitational (Knoxville, Tenn.) & - Southern Illinois Invitational (Carbondale, Ill.) + - AIAW State Tournament (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) ? - AIAW Region III Tournament (Columbus, Miss.) ~ - AIAW National Championship (Provo, Utah)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1978 COACH: STEPHANIE SCHLEUDER 33-19 (12-8 HOME, 6-2 ROAD, 15-9 NEUTRAL)

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Date Opponent Result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·L / 'HF 3LWWVEXUJK / 'HF 2UHJRQ : 'HF 7H[DV$UOLQJWRQ / 'HF 6DQ-RVH6WDWH / ! - Ole Miss Invitational (Oxford, Miss.) # - Alabama Invitational (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) $ - Princeton International Tournament (Princeton, N.J.) % - Autumn Classic (Springfield, Mo.) ^ - AIAW State Tournament (Florence, Ala.) & - AIAW Region III Tournament (Lakeland, Fla.) + - AIAW National Championship (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

1979 COACH: STEPHANIE SCHLEUDER 44-14 (18-4 HOME, 6-2 ROAD, 19-9 NEUTRAL) Date 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW

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labama Invitational (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - MUW Invitational (Columbus, Miss.) $ - Central Florida Invitational (Orlando, Fla.) % - Houston Invitational (Houston, Texas) ^ - Southwest Missouri Invitational (Springfield, Mo.) & - SEC Championship (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) + - AIAW State Tournament (Auburn, Ala.) ? - AIAW Region III Championship (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

1980 COACH: STEPHANIE SCHLEUDER 36-20 (11-4 HOME, 6-5 ROAD, 19-11 NEUTRAL) Date 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 2FW 2FW

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1981 COACH: STEPHANIE SCHLEUDER t4&$ (5-5 HOME, 6-7 ROAD, 13-6 NEUTRAL) Date 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW

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1982-88 t70--&:#"--130(3".%*4$0/5*/6&%t 1989 COACH: DOROTHY FRANCO t4&$ (5-6 HOME, 3-10 ROAD, 4-9 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent Result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outh Florida Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) # - Arkansas State Tournament (Jonesboro, Ark.) $ - Big Orange Bash (Clemson, S.C.) % - Univ. of New Orleans Tournament (New Orleans, La.) ^ - Mississippi State Tournament (Starkville, Miss.) * - Southeastern Conference match

1990 COACH: DOROTHY FRANCO-REED t4&$ (5-6 HOME, 4-9 ROAD, 6-7 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent Result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eorgetown Tournament (Washington, D.C.) # - Southern Illinois Tournament (Carbondale, Ill.) $ - Tulane University Tournament (New Orleans, La.) % - Louisiana Tech Tournament (Ruston, La.) ^ - Toledo Tournament (Toledo, Ohio) & - SEC Championship (Mobile, Ala.) * - Southeastern Conference match

1991 COACH: DOROTHY FRANCO-REED t4&$ (9-5 HOME, 3-10 ROAD, 2-3 NEUTRAL) Date $XJ $XJ $XJ 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW

Opponent DW6\UDFXVH YV(DVWHUQ.HQWXFN\ YV7HPSOH 0LGGOH7HQQHVVHH6WDWH $XVWLQ3HD\ 7XODQH DW*HRUJLD6WDWH YV$NURQ YV6DP+RXVWRQ6WDWH DW&OHPVRQ $XEXUQ  6RXWKHUQ0LVVLVVLSSL DW8$% DW6RXWK&DUROLQD  DW*HRUJLD  .HQWXFN\  7HQQHVVHH  0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  DW1RUWK&DUROLQD YV*HRUJH0DVRQ 5DOHLJK1&  DW1RUWK&DUROLQD6WDWH DW0LVVLVVLSSL  DW1R/68 

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2FW DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  1RY 0LVVLVVLSSL  1RY 8$% 1RY 1R/68  1RY DW$XEXUQ  1RY DW1R)ORULGD  1RY 1R*HRUJLD  1RY 6RXWK&DUROLQD  1RY YV1R*HRUJLD ! - Syracuse Invitational (Syracuse, N.Y.) # - Crimson Tide Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) $ - Clemson Invitational (Clemson, S.C.) % - SEC Championship (Mobile, Ala.) * - Southeastern Conference match

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1992 COACH: DOROTHY FRANCO-REED t4&$ (6-8 HOME, 3-9 ROAD, 1-5 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent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rimson Tide Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - Rice Invitational (Houston, Texas) $ - South Florida Invitational (Tampa, Fla.) % - SEC Championship (Birmingham, Ala.) * - Southeastern Conference match

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1993 COACH: DOROTHY FRANCO-REED t4&$ (11-8 HOME, 1-10 ROAD, 5-3 NEUTRAL) Date 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 6HSW YV7H[DV$ 0 6HSW YV$UNDQVDV6WDWH 6HSW YV6WHSKHQ)$XVWLQ 6HSW YV&KDWWDQRRJD 6HSW DW6DPIRUG 2FW DW6RXWK&DUROLQD  2FW DW1R*HRUJLD  2FW 6RXWKHUQ0LVVLVVLSSL 2FW 0LVVLVVLSSL  2FW /68  2FW DW7HQQHVVHH  2FW DW1R.HQWXFN\  2FW 1R)ORULGD  2FW $XEXUQ  2FW *HRUJLD6WDWH 2FW 0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  1RY DW$XEXUQ  1RY DW1R)ORULGD  1RY DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  1RY 6RXWK&DUROLQD  1RY 1R*HRUJLD  1RY YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWHA 1RY YV1R)ORULGDA ! - Alabama Invitational (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - Miami-Ohio Tournament (Oxford, Ohio) $ - Crimson Tide Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) % - SW Texas State Tournament (San Marcos, ^ - SEC Championship (Birmingham, Ala.) * - Southeastern Conference match

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Date Opponent Result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rimson Tide Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - Maryland Tournament (College Park, Md.) $ - SEC Championship Tournament (Gainesville, Fla.) * - Southeastern Conference match

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1995 COACH: DOROTHY FRANCO-REED t4&$ (13-6 HOME, 5-3 ROAD, 6-1 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent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rimson Tide Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - Big Orange Bash (Clemson, S.C.) $ - Kathy Trosclair Memorial (New Orleans, % - SEC Championship (Baton Rouge, La.) * - Southeastern Conference match

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1996 COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (4-7 HOME, 0-13 ROAD, 1-11 NEUTRAL) Date $XJ $XJ $XJ 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 1RY 1RY

Opponent 1HZ2UOHDQV /DPDU 9DOSDUDLVR YV.DQVDV YV6RXWKHDVW0LVVRXUL6WDWH YV%XWOHU DW6DLQW/RXLV YV6DP+RXVWRQ6WDWH YV5LFH YV,OOLQRLV6WDWH DW1R7H[DV$ 0 7UR\6WDWH YV:LOOLDP 0DU\ YV%D\ORU DW1R3HQQ6WDWH *HRUJLD  $UNDQVDV6WDWH DW6RXWKHUQ0LVVLVVLSSL DW1R)ORULGD  DW6RXWK&DUROLQD  DW0LVVLVVLSSL  DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  $UNDQVDV  /68  DW.HQWXFN\  DW7HQQHVVHH  DW/68  DW$UNDQVDV 

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1RY 0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  : 1RY 0LVVLVVLSSL  / 1RY $XEXUQ  / 1RY DW$XEXUQ  / 1RY YV.HQWXFN\A : 1RY YV$XEXUQA / 1RY YV&DOLIRUQLD  / 1RY YV2UHJRQ  / ! - Crimson Tide Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - Saint Louis Tournament (Saint Louis, Mo.) $ - Texas A&M Tournament (College Station, Texas) % - Penn State Tournament (University Park, Pa.) ^ - SEC Championship (Columbia, S.C.) & - SEC/Pac-10 Conference Challenge (Gainesville, Fla.) * - Southeastern Conference match

1997 COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (2-10 HOME, 4-7 ROAD, 3-6 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent Result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ir Force Invitational (Colorado Springs, Colo.) # - SEC-Big 10/Outback Challenge (Athens, Ga.) $ - Jambalaya Classic (New Orleans, La.) % - Wolfpack Invitational (Raleigh, N.C.) ^ - SEC Championship (Athens, Ga.) * - Southeastern Conference match

1998 COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (9-6 HOME, 3-9 ROAD, 2-3 NEUTRAL) Date 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW

Opponent 1RUWKZHVWHUQ /D 6WDWH 7UR\6WDWH 7HQQHVVHH0DUWLQ (DVW7HQQHVVHH6WDWH *HRUJLD6WDWH 6DPIRUG YV)DLUILHOG YV,RZD DW0LDPL 2KLR  YV2DNODQG YV(DVWHUQ:DVKLQJWRQ DW,QGLDQD DW0LGGOH7HQQHVVHH6WDWH

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1999 COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (10-5 HOME, 5-7 ROAD, 2-3 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent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efferson Cup (Charlottesville, Va.) # - Nike Invitational (Eugene, Ore.) $ - Crimson Tide Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) % - SEC Championship (Knoxville, Tenn.) * - Southeastern Conference match

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2000 SEC WESTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (8-2 HOME, 8-4 ROAD, 6-2 NEUTRAL) Date 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW

Opponent DW8$% YV6RXWK$ODEDPD DW)ORULGD6WDWH YV6DQ-RVH6WDWH

Result : : / /

6HSW DW81/9 6HSW YV%RLVH6WDWH 6HSW YV,GDKR6WDWH 6HSW 6RXWKHUQ0LVVLVVLSSL 6HSW YV3URYLGHQFH 6HSW YV&HQWUDO0LFKLJDQ 6HSW YV9DOSDUDLVR 6HSW DW'H3DXO 6HSW 6DPIRUG 6HSW DW1R)ORULGD  6HSW DW*HRUJLD  6HSW $UNDQVDV  2FW /68  2FW DW0LVVLVVLSSL  2FW DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  2FW 6RXWK&DUROLQD  2FW DW*HRUJLD6WDWH 2FW 7HQQHVVHH  2FW .HQWXFN\  2FW $XEXUQ  2FW DW$XEXUQ  1RY DW/68  1RY DW$UNDQVDV  1RY 0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  1RY 0LVVLVVLSSL  1RY YV/68 ! - Big Four Challenge (Birmingham, Ala.) # - UNLV Invitational (Las Vegas, Nev.) $ - Blue Demon Invitational (Chicago, Ill.) % - SEC Championship (Gainesville, Fla.) * - Southeastern Conference match

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2001 COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (9-3 HOME, 8-4 ROAD, 5-2 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent Result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ilton Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) # - Four Points Invitational (Cincinnati, Ohio) $ - SEC Championship (Knoxville, Tenn.) % - Turkey Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) * - Southeastern Conference match

2002 COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (8-5 HOME, 6-8 ROAD, 5-2 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent Result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arker GMC Classic (Normal, Ill.) # - Crimson Tide Invitational (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) $ - US Bank/Arbyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Classic (Lincoln, Neb.) % - Georgia Tech Invitational (Atlanta, Ga.) ^ - SEC Championship (Fayetteville, Ark.) * - Southeastern Conference match

2003 COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (10-3 HOME, 7-6 ROAD, 1-4 NEUTRAL) Date $XJ $XJ $XJ 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 2FW 1RY 1RY 1RY 1RY

Opponent YV&RDVWDO&DUROLQD YV1RUWKZHVWHUQ DW1R*HRUJLD7HFK YV8WDK6WDWH YV1R.DQVDV6WDWH DW0RQWDQD6WDWH DW%XWOHU DW1R/RXLVYLOOH -DFNVRQYLOOH6WDWH *HRUJLD6RXWKHUQ 8$% DW1R)ORULGD  DW*HRUJLD  DW$UNDQVDV  DW/68  *HRUJLD  1R)ORULGD  DW$XEXUQ  DW7HQQHVVHH  6RXWK$ODEDPD 0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  0LVVLVVLSSL  .HQWXFN\  6RXWK&DUROLQD  6RXWKHUQ0LVVLVVLSSL DW0LVVLVVLSSL  DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH 

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ROLLTIDE.COM

RECORDS & HISTORY

6HSW DW1R)ORULGD  2FW 1R$UNDQVDV  2FW /68  2FW DW6RXWK$ODEDPD 2FW DW6RXWK&DUROLQD  2FW DW*HRUJLD  2FW DW0LVVLVVLSSL  2FW DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  2FW 7HQQHVVHH  2FW .HQWXFN\  2FW -DFNVRQYLOOH6WDWH 2FW 0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  1RY 0LVVLVVLSSL  1RY 7UR\6WDWH 1RY $XEXUQ  1RY DW$XEXUQ  1RY DW/68  1RY DW1R$UNDQVDV  1RY YV7HQQHVVHH ! - Crimson Tide Classic (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - Amerihost Classic (Oxford, Ohio) $ - IU Invitational (Bloomington, Ind.) % - SEC Championship (Fayetteville, Ark.) * - Southeastern Conference match

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1RY $XEXUQ  : 1RY /68  : 1RY DW6RXWK&DUROLQD : 1RY YV$UNDQVDV / ! - Courtyard by Marriott Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) # - Mizuno/Holiday Inn Classic (Bozeman, Montana) $ - Crimson Tide Invitational (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) % - SEC Championship (Columbia, S.C.) * - Southeastern Conference match

2004 SEC WESTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (11-2 HOME, 7-4 ROAD, 3-3 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent Result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ampton Inn Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - UTA Hilton Invitational (Arlington, Texas) $ - TIS Bookstore Invitational (Bloomington, Ind.) % - SEC Championship Tournament (Gainesville, Fla.) ^ - SEC/C-USA Challenge (Baton Rouge, La.) * - Southeastern Conference match

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2005 NCAA FIRST ROUND COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (12-3 HOME, 6-7 ROAD, 5-1 NEUTRAL) Date $XJ $XJ 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW 2FW 2FW 2FW

Opponent DW.DQVDV YV0LVVRXUL.DQVDV&LW\ /R\ROD &KLFDJR  ,QGLDQD 2NODKRPD DW6RXWK$ODEDPD YV7ROHGR YV1RUWKHUQ,RZD DW:LVFRQVLQ0LOZDXNHH $ODEDPD$ 0 YV-DFNVRQYLOOH6WDWH YV%HOPRQW DW%LUPLQJKDP6RXWKHUQ DW$XEXUQ  DW.HQWXFN\  1R/68  $UNDQVDV  DW0LVVLVVLSSL  DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH 

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

Result / : : : : : : : : : : : : : / : / : :

2FW 6RXWK&DUROLQD  : 2FW 7HQQHVVHH  : 2FW $XEXUQ  : 2FW 0LVVLVVLSSL  : 2FW DW$UNDQVDV  / 2FW DW/68  / 1RY 1R)ORULGD  / 1RY *HRUJLD  : 1RY DW7HQQHVVHH  / 1RY DW6RXWK&DUROLQD  / 1RY /68 : 1RY 1R7HQQHVVHH : 1RY 1R)ORULGD / 1RY DW%DOO6WDWH / 'HF YV1R2KLRA / ! - Hampton Inn Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - UWM Invitational (Milwaukee, Wis.) $ - BSC Challenge (Birmingham, Ala.) % - SEC Championship (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) ^ - NCAA Tournament First Round (Columbus, Ohio) * - Southeastern Conference match

2006 NCAA FIRST ROUND COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (13-3 HOME, 3-8 AWAY, 1-2 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent Result $XJ 0LDPL )/  / $XJ $ODEDPD$ 0 : $XJ .DQVDV : 6HSW 0HUFHU : 6HSW %DOO6WDWH : 6HSW :LVFRQVLQ0LOZDXNHH / 6HSW YV1R1RWUH'DPH / 6HSW DW1RUWKHUQ,RZD / 6HSW YV.DQVDV6WDWH : 6HSW 0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  : 6HSW 0LVVLVVLSSL  : 6HSW DW$XEXUQ  / 6HSW DW1R)ORULGD  / 6HSW DW*HRUJLD  : 2FW DW6RXWK&DUROLQD  : 2FW $UNDQVDV  : 2FW 1R/68  : 2FW .HQWXFN\  : 2FW 1R7HQQHVVHH  : 2FW DW0LVVLVVLSSL  / 2FW DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  / 2FW $XEXUQ  : 2FW 1R)ORULGD  / 1RY DW7HQQHVVHH  : 1RY DW.HQWXFN\  / 1RY DW1R/68  / 1RY DW$UNDQVDV  / 1RY 6RXWK&DUROLQD  : 1RY *HRUJLD  : 'HF YV6WHSKHQ)$XVWLQ / ! - Academy Sports Invitational (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - Hampton Inn Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) $ - Northern Iowa Tournament (Cedar Falls, Iowa) % - NCAA Tournament First Round (Austin, Texas) * - Southeastern Conference match

2007 NCAA FIRST ROUND COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (7-6 HOME, 5-8 ROAD, 3-1 NEUTRAL) Date $XJ $XJ $XJ $XJ $XJ 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW

Opponent YV6HWRQ+DOO YV'HQYHU DW2NODKRPD 8$% 6DFUDPHQWR6WDWH ,OOLQRLV6WDWH YV1R2KLR DW1RWUH'DPH

Result : : / / / / : /

6HSW YV&ROOHJHRI&KDUOHVWRQ / 6HSW DW7HQQHVVHH  : 6HSW DW.HQWXFN\  : 6HSW DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  : 6HSW $UNDQVDV  : 6HSW 6RXWK&DUROLQD  : 6HSW 1R)ORULGD  / 2FW DW/68  / 2FW DW0LVVLVVLSSL  / 2FW DW$XEXUQ  : 2FW *HRUJLD  : 2FW .HQWXFN\  : 2FW 7HQQHVVHH  : 2FW 0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  : 2FW DW$UNDQVDV  : 1RY DW*HRUJLD  / 1RY $XEXUQ  : 1RY 0LVVLVVLSSL  / 1RY /68  / 1RY DW1R)ORULGD  / 1RY DW6RXWK&DUROLQD  / 1RY DW1R&OHPVRQ / ! - Oklahoma Tournament (Norman, Okla.) # - Academy Sports Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) $ - Shamrock Invitational (South Bend, Ind.) % - NCAA Tournament First Round (Clemson, S.C.) * - Southeastern Conference match

2008 COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (9-7 HOME, 5-6 ROAD, 2-0 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent Result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ampton Inn Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) # - Hurricane Invitational (Coral Gables, Fla.) $ - Crimson Tide Invitational (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) * - Southeastern Conference match

2009 COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (7-7 HOME, 1-11 ROAD, 0-4 NEUTRAL) Date $XJ $XJ $XJ 6HSW 6HSW 6HSW

Opponent DW1R6DLQW/RXLV YV1R3HQQ6WDWH YV0LDPL 2KLR  $ODEDPD$ 0 608 -DFNVRQYLOOH6WDWH

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS / / / / : : : / : / / / / / / / / : / / : / / /

2010 COACH: JUDY GREEN t4&$ (7-7 HOME, 1-11 ROAD, 3-1 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent $XJ DW,RZD $XJ YV*UHHQ%D\ $XJ YV6RXWKHQ,OOLQRLV 6HSW 7ROHGR 6HSW )XUPDQ 6HSW 8$% 6HSW $ODEDPD$ 0 6HSW YV1RUWK7H[DV 6HSW YV7HQQHVVHH0DUWLQ 6HSW DW7H[DV6WDWH 6HSW DW0LVVLVVLSSL  6HSW 1R/68  6HSW $UNDQVDV  2FW DW*HRUJLD  2FW DW$XEXUQ  2FW 1R)ORULGD  2FW 6RXWK&DUROLQD  2FW DW.HQWXFN\  2FW DW1R7HQQHVVHH  2FW DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  2FW 0LVVLVVLSSL  2FW DW$UNDQVDV  2FW DW1R/68  1RY 1R7HQQHVVHH  1RY .HQWXFN\  1RY DW6RXWK&DUROLQD  1RY DW1R)ORULGD  1RY $XEXUQ  1RY *HRUJLD  1RY 0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  ! - Hawkeye Challenge (Iowa City, Iowa) # - Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) $ - CenturyLink Premier (San Marcos, Texas) * - Southeastern Conference match

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2011 COACH: ED ALLEN t4&$ (7-7 HOME, 2-11 ROAD, 2-2 NEUTRAL) Date $XJ $XJ $XJ $XJ

Opponent $ODEDPD6WDWH  $XVWLQ3HD\  7H[DV6WDWH  DW6DPIRUG

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ampton Inn Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) % - SMU Doubletree Invitational (Dallas, Texas) # - Rocket Classic (Toledo, Ohio) * - Southeastern Conference match

MILESTONE VICTORIES First

YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH 2FW

50th

YV$WKHQV&ROOHJH 6HSW

100th YV)ORULGD7HFK 6HSW

150th YV1RUWK$ODEDPD 6HSW

200th YV2NODKRPD 2FW

250th YV*HRUJLD 2FW

300th YV9LUJLQLD 6HSW

350th YV6RXWKHUQ0LVVLVVLSSL 2FW

400th YV/DPDU $XJ

450th YV6RXWKHUQ0LVVLVVLSSL 6HSW

500th YV0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH 2FW

550th YV1RUWKHUQ,RZD 6HSW

600th YV$UNDQVDV 2FW

650th YV$ODEDPD$ 0 $XJ

2012 COACH: ED ALLEN t4&$ (10-6 HOME, 5-7 ROAD, 3-1 NEUTRAL) Date Opponent Result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eanpot Classic (Worcester & Boston, Mass.) (2) Elon Phoenix Classic (Elon, N.C.) (3) Hampton Inn Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) *Southeastern Conference match

RECORDS & HISTORY

6HSW 0F1HHVH6WDWH 6HSW YV)UHVQR6WDWH 6HSW YV6DQ)UDQFLVFR 6HSW DW6DFUDPHQWR6WDWH 6HSW *HRUJLD  6HSW $XEXUQ  6HSW DW6RXWK&DUROLQD  6HSW DW1R)ORULGD  6HSW 0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  2FW /68  2FW DW$UNDQVDV  2FW DW0LVVLVVLSSL  2FW 7HQQHVVHH  2FW 1R.HQWXFN\  2FW DW$XEXUQ  2FW DW*HRUJLD  2FW 1R)ORULGD  1RY 6RXWK&DUROLQD  1RY DW1R.HQWXFN\  1RY DW7HQQHVVHH  1RY 0LVVLVVLSSL  1RY $UNDQVDV  1RY DW1R/68  1RY DW0LVVLVVLSSL6WDWH  ! - Active Ankle Challenge (St. Louis, Mo.) # - Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) $ - Hornet Invitational (Sacramento, Calif.) * - Southeastern Conference match

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t4PQIPNPSF

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t4FOJPS

S/RS

4

t+VOJPS

L/DS

5

t4FOJPS

SIERRA WILSON

ANDREA MCQUAID

CAITLIN BERNARDIN

KELSEY MELITO

Anaheim, Calif. (Troy HS)

Ovilla, Texas (Oklahoma)

Bakersfield, Calif. (Bakersfield College)

Atlanta, Ga. (The Lovett School)

6

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L/DS

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t'SFTINBO

UTL

8

OH

t4PQIPNPSF

9

t'SFTINBO

KRYSSI DANIELS

BRIA GREEN

MATTIE WELDY

BRITTANY THOMAS

Double Springs, Ala. (Curry HS)

Carson, Calif. (Bishop Montgomery HS)

Mobile, Ala. (Baker HS)

Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton HS)

11

12

13

14

L/DS

t4PQIPNPSF

t4PQIPNPSF

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t34'SFTINBO

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t+VOJPS

RECORDS & HISTORY

SHERRILL DAHLMANN

LAURA STEINER

KRYSTAL RIVERS

KATHERINE WHITE

Mobile, Ala. (Murphy HS)

Fort Collins, Colo. (Fort Collins HS)

Birmingham, Ala. (Ramsay HS)

Mobile, Ala. (St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Episcopal)

ED ALLEN

RYAN WILLS

BRYN KEHOE

Head Coach

Third Year

BALL STATE, 1988

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3

ALABAMA VOLLEYBALL

Assistant Coach TULSA, 2008

Third Year

Assistant Coach STANFORD, 2008

First Year

L/DS

OH

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