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SCHOOL OF MINES & TECHNOLOGY Welcome to the King Center and Goodell Gymnasium, home of the Hardrockers.The facilities recently had a facelift as the women's basketball, men's basketball, women's volleyball and men's football teams all got upgrades to the locker room area.The football team is totally housed at O'Harra Stadium, while the other sports recently had their current facilities modified.The locker rooms are all state of the art to go along with an excellent gym that seats approximately 3,000 plus there is a top of the line fitness center and an indoor pool for use as well.
Robert A. Wharton, Ph.D., became president of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology on July 1, 2008. Previously, he served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Idaho State University (ISU). Wharton was a tenured professor of biology at ISU and previously served as its chief research officer. His Ph.D. in botany is from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He also holds a M.A. degree in biology and a B.A. in botany from Humboldt State University in California. Dr. Wharton is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.The Explorers Club, and the Royal Geographic Society.Wharton is a recipient of the United States Antarctic Service Medal and has served on the National Research Council's Polar Research Board.
Dick Kaiser, new Athletics Director at SD School of Mines The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology is pleased to announce the selection of Richard (Dick) A. Kaiser as the university's athletic director (AD). Kaiser earned a bachelor's degree in physical education from the University of Northern Colorado, a master's in educational administration from South Dakota State University, and a doctorate of education in athletic leadership and administration from Brigham Young University. He completed his post-doctorate in health education and administration at Oregon State University. For the past 10 years, Kaiser has served as the AD for Defiance College. Previously, he served as AD at Olivet College.Western Oregon University and Willamette University. He has received a number of honors and awards from athletics organizations such as the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and others.
i Kaiser will also be responsible for ensuring compliance with all NAIA, conference and university rules and regulations. The School of Mines is a member of the NAIA and the Dakota Athletic Conference with 10 programs competing in women's volleyball and men's football, as well as women's and men's teams in golf, cross country, track and field and basketball. Kaiser has two grown children, Cassie and Ryan; one grandson, Jack; and twin grandsons, expected in September.
Tiffany Mastin-McCampbell Head Coach Phone: (605) 394-2643 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
RAPID CITY â€”The South Dakota School of Mines recently announced the hiring of new Lady Hardrocker volleyball coach Tiffany Mastin-McCampbell, who joins the SD Mines athletic department after a two-year stint in St. Joseph, Mo., at NCAA Div. II Missouri Western State University. "I've always wanted to coach kids that were at a very high level academically minded as well as athletes that have great character," Mastin-McCampbell said."And that already goes with the philosophy of the kids that are here. They have a high academic standard and already have a great work ethic." With all of her volleyball experience as a coach and a player, Mastin-McCampbell recognizes the requirements to be an athlete as well as a student at SDSM&T and is fully prepared to continue to bring the highest quality of person to the school. "It's kind of a different recruiting base. It's going to be a little bit of a challenge," Mastin-McCampbell said."I try to not only make them a well-rounded athlete, but also a well-rounded person and at a place like this you can actually do that." Mastin-McCampbell wants to instill a winning tradition into her team and get them to enjoy the game and play hard. It's that kind of team, Mastin-McCampbell says, that has the stability to get to the top. "With the right team, (the style of play) would be a very fast tempo," Mastin-McCampbell added. "It would be phenomenal at this level, but it is just going to take time to build that." As far as goals are concerned Mastin-McCampbell has her sights set on the very top and that's getting the Hardrockers to a place they have not been in a number of years. "Obviously winning a conference championship and getting to the national tournament is probably the biggest goal in my mind," Mastin-McCampbell said."With kids like this and the caliber of athlete we have here, you can start rebuilding this program to where it once had been. It's something where we can definitely compete and make that a constant factor."
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Luciana Camargo Assistant Coach Phone: (605) 394-2605 Email: email@example.com
Luciana Camargo is in her third season as the assistant coach of the Lady Hardrocker volleyball team. Camargo is a familiar name to volleyball fans in Rapid City, spending the last five years just down the road at National American University â€” as a player and an assistant coach. Camargo graduated from NAU in the spring of 2007 with an Applied Management degree. As an outside hitter for the Mavericks, Camargo was a starter for the team from 2002-05. She was also apart of the program in 2006 as an assistant coach. Camargo grew up in San Paulo, Brazil, finishing high school in 2000. It was there that she learned her volleyball skills. But it wasn't until she came to Rapid City that she was able to play the sport in an organized fashion. During her college playing career, Camargo was named an NAIA All American four consecutive years as well as earned All Region honors all four years she was competing (Region III). And 2006 offered Camargo a chance to experience volleyball from a whole new prospective, helping coach at NAU and bringing the Mavericks another national championship. "I helped a lot with player workouts and recruiting," Camargo said."I was able to bring in three players that are on the team now â€” good players. I also did other duties that an assistant has to attend to." Now apart of the Hardrocker program, Camargo hopes to project her love and talent for the game onto a new generation of volleyball players. "I really like the game," Camargo said."I can't play anymore, but (coaching) is something I am excited to do. I get a chance to assist coach (McCampbell) and hopefully I get a chance to pass some of my experience on to the (SDSMT) players. I am excited to be here."
Jennifer Ranum Athletic Trainer
Jennifer Ranum is athletic trainer for the Lady Hardrocker volleyball team. She graduated in May of 2007 from National American University with degrees in Athletic Training and Applied Management. Jen became certified in September of 2007. She is a member of both the National Athletic Trainer's Association and the Mid America Athletic Trainer's Association since 2004. She has spent three years at the School of Mines doing outreach as a student athletic trainer and upon graduation was hired and is now in her third year as assistant athletic trainer and intramural director.
SDM Netters Going Through Some Changes in 2009 By Brad Blume Sports Information Director South Dakota School of Mines RAPID CITY â€” "Change" is a pretty good word to describe the South Dakota School of Mines women's volleyball team as they prepare for the 2009 season. Not only do the Hardrockers have a new coach in Tiffany McCampbell, the SDM team is also adorned with a number of new faces. The squad graduated five seniors from the team, including one of the best libero's in the conference in Jennie Hiykel as well as a Dakota Athletic Conference All-Conference 2nd team selection in Ashley Kauffman. On top of that, the Lady 'Rockers are installing new offensive schemes and plays that just take time to learn. The DAC preseason poll was recently released which had the Hardrockers predicted to finish seventh in the conference. McCampbell said Members of the 2009 SD School of Mines Lady Hardrocker volleyball team, front row, from the left are: Br/ttney LaDue.justine Serensen, Cathene Malin.Ashley Kemnits and Laurette Real. Middle row, from the that looks about right at first left, are:Jessie Guthals, Mod/sen Lane, Katherine Hanson, Paige Corcoran, Karina Garber and head coach glance. Tifffany McCampbell. Back row from the left, are:Kanysa Bartsch, Becky Keilholtz, Reanna Roberson,Alex "I think it's appropriate Mader and Rachel Pekarek. (Not pictured is assistant coach Lucian Camargo.) for where we finished last year (7th)," McCampbell said."What they don't realize is that we actually return four or five starters from that team as well and they all have another year of experience.That will give us hope that will finish the season better then seventh. "Our goal is to be in the top half of the conference." The Hardrockers welcome eight brand new players to the team. And with anything new, there is usually a learning curve, but McCampbell said her new athletes are picking things up fairly quickly. "For the most part they are adjusting well. We have a couple freshmen that are adapting very quickly," McCampbell said. As a whole, McCampbell described her freshmen as a solid, all-around group that is smaller but use their quickness and intelligence to their advantage. "It takes time with freshmen to get them acclimated to a faster paced offensive style with 14 other people," she said. But change is also happening for the veteran players as they have to adjust to not only a new coach and teammates, but a completely new offense. "It's a lot faster and a lot quicker.We are trying to utilize the fact that we are undersized physically," McCampbell said."These are intelligent kids and we are really trying to use the avenues that we are best at." The new scheme is considered a fast offense that uses three middle hitters instead of the traditional two. Once the offense is learned and executed properly, McCampbell feels her team will be able to compete with any
team that steps on the court, noting smarts, ability and more specifically blocking as the things the Hardrockers excel at. "We are a pretty athletic team and a very intelligent team," the coach said."lt's just a matter of trying to get this group to figure out just what type of team we will be. Are we going to be a solid, all-around hard-working team? We need to figure out a team personality." With eight new freshmen along with the returning athletes stepping into new roles it will take time, but the Hardrockers have a good mix to complete the task. SD Mines has just one senior this year in Katherine Hanson, a 6-foot-1-inch middle hitter from Sioux Falls, S.D. Hanson finished with a DAC All-Conference Honorable Mention after recording 221 kills, 17 aces, 312 digs and 71 blocks in 2008. She is already stepping into a leadership role for the 'Rockers and becoming the floor general. "Katherine brings so much more than she is given credit for to this team," McCampbell said."She is a very good player fundamentally and athletically. She is going to be a huge key to this offense as to how fast we can go and whether we can use her as a hitter or a decoy." Junior Paige Corcoran, a 6-0 middle hitter from Pierre, S.D., is another veteran player that is a proven volleyball player that is prepared to lead the squad. She missed some time in 2008 with injuries, but still managed to tally 90 kills, seven aces, 62 digs and 51 blocks. "I am continuing to be impressed by Paige. She has a very good work ethic," McCampbell said."She is still trying to come back from her knee injury and see where that knee can take her. She just keeps getting better every day." Running a three-middle offense, keeping Corcoran healthy is going to be another important factor in the Hardrockers' success in 2009. The third middle hitter has also been with the team for three seasons, but hasn't seen the court much. Karma Garber, a 6-0 middle hitter from Torrington, Wyo., redshirted her first season and was in a reserve spot last year. McCampbell said as a sophomore, Garber would see a considerable amount of action. "The biggest things for Karina are going to be her experience, strength and confidence," McCampbell added."She's done very well in preseason. She's athletic SD Mines sophomore Karina Garber goes up for a block during pratice Monday. Garber is a middle hitter from Torrington Wyomnig. Photo by and fundamentally sound, but we have to keep working on her confidence." Brad Blume The Hardrockers have a powerful weapon on the outside with Madisen Lane, a 6-0 outside hitter from Fort Collins, Co. She returns with an incredible ability to terminate the volleyball. Lane also had some problems last year with injuries, but was able to play through the pain for a majority of the season. She finished 2008 with 154 kills, eight aces, 91 digs and 42 blocks. "If we can keep Madisen Lane healthy this will hopefully be a breakout year for her," McCampbell said."She can play all the way around, she's a strong, athletic individual and Madi really wants to be a good leader to this team as well." A lot of how Hardrockers fair hinges on Lane's progress through the early part of the season. She is strong and sound and is working on shot selection and other facets of the game. With the exit of the DAC Libero of the year, DAC's MVP senior of the year and holder of many records at SDM, the Hardrockers have replaced Hiykel with Reanna Roberson, a 5-4 sophomore from Windsor, Colo. Roberson was listed as a setter last season. "She has made that switch to libero easy. She looks like she is a lot more comfortable in the libero role
compared to her setting role last year," McCampbell said."She is replacing one of the best lieberos ever, if not the best to play (at SDSMT). Reanna has huge shoes to fill, but was able to get some mentoring from Jennie (last spring)." The setter position was an area of concern last season. The Hardrockers had two freshmen in that role and as they improved, so did the team. This year, SD Mines has some depth at the position, starting with Becky Keilholtz, a 5-5 sophomore from Gwinn, Mich. She returns a year older, more experience and has more confidence to set the ball up. Last year she led the team with 516 assists, had 14 aces and 161 digs. "Becky has matured mentally and has gained a lot of confidence from the spring The SD Mines 2009 women's volleyball team scrimmage Monday morning at the King Cenuntil now. She has worked hard this fall ter in Rapid City. Photo by Brad Blume and is easily our No. I setter," McCampbell said. McCampbell added that the offense has been tweaked a little to run more scripted plays which should take pressure off of Keilholtz. The Hardrockers No. 2 setter is 5-8 freshman Alex Mader, from Miles City, Mont. "Alex has done a great job of coming in and being aggressive and has worked hard to learn everything she needs to know," McCampbell said."She fits well in our new system." Fellow freshman Jesse Guthals (from Colorado Springs, Colo.) is a 5-8 left-handed right-side hitter that may also see time at the setter position. "She's just a solid kid," McCampbell said of Guthals."She works very hard to compensate for her lack of height." Ashley Kemnitz (5-7, OH), a sophomore from Vivian, S.D., and Rachel Pakerak (5-8 OH/RS) a freshman from Plymouth, Minn., should also contribute to the 2009 Hardrockers. Kemnitz is coming off a leg injury suffered last spring during track. "Ashley will see some time on the outside. She's coming off a knee injury but has done a great job in preseason. She continues to get better every day," McCampbell said."Rachel can play all the way around as a freshman. She has great ball control - offensively and passing. She is very quiet but she takes in everything around her." Fellow freshmen Kaynsa Bartsch (5-7 OH/DS) from Lubbock,Texas;Justine Sorensen (6-0, MH/RS) from Vermillion, S.D.; Cathene Malin (5-10 OH) from Hudson,Wis.; Brittney LaDue (5-9, OH/RS) from Meadow, S.D.; and Laurette Beal (5-9, RS) from Big Springs, Neb., will all have supporting roles in the Hardrockers quest this season. "Kaynsa is a solid kid fundamentally and I see her pushing Reanna in that libero spot," McCampbell said."Cathene Malin has a very athletic body and we are working on technical training with her. She could see time at either (OH) or (RS).Justine is a freshman middle hitter that we are working to have her gain a lot of offensive experience and add depth to our roster. Laurette and Brittney are new players for us this fall. Our goal is to get them volleyball experience and as much technical training as we can." Despite the change in the coaching staff and the change in personnel and the change in offensive philosophies, McCampbell hasn't lost sight of what she want her team to accomplish.
"The goal is always going to be to get to the national tournament. That's never happened (at SDSMT)," the coach said. "The main goal is to finish in the Top 4 in the conference with sites on the national tournament and really building a foundation for this program." Looking at the conference, McCampbell feels that Black Hills State will the team to beat in the DAC and also thinks Jamestown College, Dickinson State, Minot State and Mayville State along with the Hardrockers will all be slugging it out each week with similar players and skills. So with all the changes that are going on this season for the Hardrockers, time will tell if they will be changes for the better. McCampbell thinks so — and she lets her players know that every day. "We are going to challenge them every day to get better. We will continue to tell them that this is going to be a great program — whether it's a month from now or two years from now — it remains to be seen."
SD Mines freshman Cathene Mo/in goes on the attack during a recent practice as the Hardrockers prepare for the 2009 season. Photo by Brad Blume
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SD School of Mines Lady Hardrockers No. Name
Hgt. Year Hometown
Miles City, MT
Colorado Springs, CO
Fort Collins, CO
Sioux Falls, SD
Big Springs, NE
Head Coach: Tiffany McCampbell Assistant Coach: Luciana Camargo Athletic Trainer: Jen Ranum Athletics Director: Dick Kaiser Sports Information Director: Brad Blume
Becky Keilholtz Sophomore Position: S Height: 5'5" Hometown: Gwinn, Ml Major: IS Parents: Ray and Rita Keilholtz Becky led the Hardrockers with assists in 2008 and is a strong contender to do the same in 2009 as the Hardrockers No. I setter. She had a strong high school career including first team all-conference in 2007 and 2008, all-region team in 2008, all state academic in 2008 and second team all conference in 2006. Becky is an only child and was originally from Wisconsin. She was a figure skater and danced for seven years. Aces Attacks Assists Digs Games 14 56-62,22 Kills 516 161 97
Kanysa Bartsch Freshman Position: OH/DS Height: 57" Hometown: Lubbock,TX Major: Engineering Parents: Sandi Bartsch and Jonathan Young Kanysa finished her high school volleyball career at Lubbock Cooper High School. During her senior year, she was named to the 2008 District 2-3A All-District second team, earned the team Player of the Year honors, was a team captain and earned academic all-state for the second straight year.
Ashley Kemnitz Sophomore Position: OH Height: 5'9" Hometown: Vivian, SD Major: IS Parents: Darrell and Cindy Kemnitz After a year in the system Ashley returns with more experience under her belt ready to contribute in the 2009 season. She had some injury problems last season but returns healthy and ready to battle. She is an impressive athlete and can back that up after placing in the SD State Track Meet every year since she was an eighth grader. Aces Attacks Assists Digs Games 4 10-10, I kill 2 IA 14
Karina Garber Position: OH
Sophomore Height: 6'0"
Parents: Larry and Sandy Garber Although Karina is only a sophormore, she has been with the team for the past three seasons, red-shirting her first year with the Hardrockers. She is a very smart player and looks to be a major contributor in 2009. She was used in a reserve roll last year so as soon as she adjusts to the new role of starter, look for good things from her.
Freshman Height: 5'8"
Position: S Hometown: Miles City, MT
Major: Civil Engineering
Parents: Mel and Kara Mader Mader is a 5-foot-7-inch setter that helped her high school team take second place in the Montana State Volleyball Tournament last year. She also aided in winning two consecutive conference and divisional championships. Mader has been named First Team All Conference for three-straight years, First Team All State for the last two years, earned the team Offensive MVP in 2007, the team Hustle Award in 2006 and the team Coaches Award in 2008. She has also earned Academic All-State honors for the past four years in volleyball.
Rachel Pekarek Position: OH/RS Hometown: Plymouth, MN
Freshman Height: 5'8" Major: Engineering
Parents: Scott and Rose Pekarek Rachel's mother, Rose (Schneider) Pekarek was an outstanding volleyball and basketball player while Rachel's father Scott Pekarek was a football and track standout. He currently holds the school record in the 800-meter run. Rachel, comes into the 'Rocker program as an outside hitter. She was co-captain of her high school volleyball team as a senior, was a two-time all conference selection, earned Academic All State honors, was the team leader in aces and digs as a senior and was the kill leader her junior season. Her team took second in their conference and was the first place team in Sectionals and also made a trip to the Minnesota State Volleyball Tournament this past fall. Pekarek was also involved in club volleyball. She is a two-time Junior Olympic National Championships competitor, a three-time player of the month recipient for the Minnesota Select Volleyball Club and also earned the Velocity Hardest Working Award (a weight training program for her club team).
Jessie Guthals Freshman Position: RS Height: 5'8" Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO Major: Chemical Engineering Parents: Theresa and Wayne Guthals Jessie is a right side hitter and defensive specialist from Colorado Springs, Colorado, who excelled at Doherty High School. She also played club volleyball from the Pikes Peak Volleyball Club team. During her senior year, Guthals played in 96 games, tallying 95 kills and was 242-292 on the attack. She averaged almost one kill per game.
Paige Corcoran Junior Position: OH/MH Height: 5' 1 1 " Hometown: Pierre, SD Major: Industrial Engineering Parents: Paula and Ted Corcoran Paige had a very productive sophomore season for the Hardrocker especially in the defensive areas of the game. She will be a key to the 'Rockers success in 2009. Paige earned DAC Scholar honors in 2008 and her biggest highlight was the team getting their first ever conference win over Dickson State. Games Aces Attacks Assists Digs 73 7 230-28 1, 90 kills 9 62
Madisen Lane Sophomore Position: OH Height: 6'0" Hometown: Fort Collins, CO Major: Chemical Engineering Parents: Tom and Stephanie Lane Madi showed what kind of volleyball player she is in her debut season. She is a very impressive volleyball player using great force to terminate balls and is equally aggressive at the net on defense. Teams will have to respect her power and always be aware where she and what she is doing on the court. She battled a few injuries as a freshman but played through them for a good portion of the season. Expect big things from her as the 2009 season progresss. She is also on the women's track team where she set a new SDM high jump record at 5-feet-3.75 inches. Aces Attacks Assists Digs Games 8
364-442, 154 kills
Reanna Roberson Sophomore Position: DS/L Height: 5'6" Hometown: Windsor, CO Major: Civil Engineering Parents: Dennis and Kim Roberson Reanna will move from being a setter in 2008 to the new libero in 2009 with departure of standout libero Jenny Hiykel.The transition will be a smooth one for Reanna as she received some mentoring from Jenny during spring practice. Reanna's highlight of 2008 was earning the MVP Newcomer Award from her team and beating Dickinson State marking the first time that the Hardrockers have earned a DAC victory over the Blue Hawks. Aces Attacks Assists Digs Games 30 45-49, 15 kills 345 132 96
Justine Sorensen Freshman Position: MH/RS Height: 6'0" Hometown: Vermillion, SD Major: Civil Engineering Parents:John Sorensen and Bonita Morgan Justine comes to the Hardrocker program as a promising prospect that after some time learning the system could provide some much needed support for the team. She brings depth to the roster and will provide competition to her teammates.
Cathene Mallin Freshman Position: OH Height: 5'10" Hometown: Hudson, Wl Major: Mechanical Engineering Parents: Dale and Lori Mai in Cathene is an outside hitter that played her high school volleyball for the Hudson High School Raiders. She was also a club volleyball standout, honing her skills for the NOMA Stars 18-1 squad in Wisconsin. After her senior season at the high school level, Malin was an all conference second-team selection, earned her team's Offensive Player of the Year Award and received academic all-conference honors.
Hometown: Sioux Falls, SD
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Parents: Kurt and Jeanne Hanson Katherine is the lone senior on the 2009 Hardrocker squad. She has been a standout middle hitter for the last three years and her final year should be no different. She earned a DAC All Conference Honorable Mention selection and should back that up as the season progresses this year. Aces
Laurette Beat Position: RS
Hometown: Big Springs, NE
Major: Mining Engineering
Hometown: Meadow, SD
Parents: Kent and Janet LaDue Brittney was a three-spot athlete in high school and looks to make an impact for the hardrockers after adjusting to playing at college level. In high school she was chosen MVP by her volleyball team as a junior, was a three-time MVP chosen by her basketball team and has lettered in volleyball, track and basketball.
Lady Hardrocker Vollyeball Final Season Statistics as of November 10th 2008 Season Serving NO Player 1 Keilholtz, Becky 2 Kemnitz, Ashley 4 Garber, Karina 7 Ori, Alena 8 Corcoran, Paige 9 Cammack, Amanda 1 0 Roberson, Reanna 1 1 Hiykel, Jenny 12 Carpio, Stephanie 13 Hanson, Katharine 15 Keppen, Renae 18 Walraven, Danielle 19 Lane, Madisen 20 Kauffman, Ashley TM TEAM, Team Totals: Opp Totals:
GP 104 16 19 44 73 98 103 103 92 102 65 40 78 103 95
SA 14 5 1 1 7 0 30 19 1 20 3 3 8 25 2
SE 43 2 0 0 13 1 43 24 1 21 6 12 13 41 0
TA 379 21 6 2 138 2 347 363 16 310 61 78 100 385 2
Pet TA/Gm SA/Gm SE/Gm SA/SE SA/TA SE/TA 3.64 0.13 0.41 0.33 0.04 0.11 .887 0.24 0.10 .905 1.31 0.31 0.13 2.50 0.00 1.000 0.32 0.05 0.00 0.00 0.17 1.000 0.02 0.00 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.05 0.10 0.54 0.05 0.09 .906 1.89 0.18 0.02 0.00 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.50 .500 0.09 .876 0.29 0.42 0.70 0.12 3.37 .934 0.05 0.07 3.52 0.18 0.23 0.79 1.00 0.06 0.06 .938 0.17 0.01 0.01 .932 3.04 0.20 0.21 0.06 0.07 0.95 0.94 0.09 0.50 0.10 .902 0.05 0.05 0.04 1.95 0.30 0.25 0.15 .846 0.08 1.28 0.10 0.17 0.62 0.08 0.13 .870 0.11 .894 0.40 0.61 0.06 3.74 0.24 0.02 0.02 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.00 1.000
Pet TA/Gm SA/Gm SE/Gm SA/SE SA/TA 0.04 .887 0.41 3.64 0.13 0.33 0.24 0.31 0.13 2.50 .905 1.31 0.32 0.00 0.00 0.17 1.000 0.05 0.00 0.50 1.000 0.05 0.02 0.00 0.18 0.54 0.05 1.89 0.10 .906 0.02 0.01 0.00 0.00 .500 0.00 3.37 0.42 0.70 0.09 .876 0.29 3.52 0.79 0.05 .934 0.18 0.23 0.17 0.01 1.00 0.06 .938 0.01 3.04 0.21 0.95 0.06 .932 0.20 0.94 0.05 .902 0.05 0.09 0.50 0.25 0.04 .846 0.08 0.30 1.95 0.62 0.08 .870 1.28 0.10 0.17 .894 3.74 0.24 0.06 0.40 0.61 0.02 0.00 0.00 1.00 1.000 0.02
â€ž.<> 0.10 0.00 0.00 0.09 0.50 0.12 0.07 0.06 0.07 0.10 0.15 0.13 0.11 0.00
95 139 220 2210 .900 95 143 295 1467 .799
Lady Hardrocker Vollyeball Final Season Statistics as of November 10th 2008 Season Serving NO Player 1 Keilholtz, Becky 2 Kemnitz, Ashley 4 Garber, Karina 7 Ori, Alena 8 Corcoran, Paige 9 Cammack, Amanda 10 Roberson, Reanna 1 1 Hiykel, Jenny 12 Carpio, Stephanie 13 Hanson, Katherine 15 Keppen, Renae 1 8 Walraven, Danielle 19 Lane, Madisen 20 Kauffman, Ashley TM TEAM, Team Totals: Opp Totals:
GP 104 16 19 44 73 98 103 103 92 102 65 40 78 103 95
SA 14 5 1 1 7 0 30 19 1 20 3 3 8 25 2
SE 43 2 0 0 13 1 43 24 1 21 6 12 13 41 0
TA 379 21 6 2 138 2 347 363 16 310 61 78 100 385 2
95 139 220 2210 95 143 295 1467
Lady Hardrocker Vollyeball Season Statistics as of November 4th 2008 Season Box
ATTACK E TA
1 Becky Keilholtz 2 Ashley Kemnitz 4 Karina Garber 7 Alena Ori 8 Paige Corcoran 9 Amanda Cammack 10 Reanna Roberson 1 1 Jenny Hiykel 12 Stephanie Carpio 13 Katherine Hanson 15 RenaeKeppen 18 Danielle Wakaven 19 Madisen Lane 20 Ashley Kauffman TM TEAM
97 15 13 38 73 91 96 96 86 95 61 35 71 96
88 24 1050 533 3335
SET SERVE PASS DBF BLOCK GEN A SA SE RE DIG BS BA BE BHE
26 22 6 62 .258 516 11 1 0 10 .100 2 9 2 2 22 0 .000 19 25 16 129 .070 5 22 9 90 51 281 .139 26 108 57 309 .165 7 26 15 4 49 .224 345 26 7 9 44 -0.045 16 26 78 28 291 .172 13 26 221 101 647 .185 20 23 37 24 168 .077 10 18 0 1 3 -0.333 0 20 154 78 442 .172 10 .153 15 26 290 156 878
14 43 4 2 0 0 1 0 7 13 1 0 30 40 15 22 1 1 17 19 2 6 2 11 8 13 25 39
0 161 0 0 0 3 14 0 1 0 0 6 0 3 0 5 23 2 8 1 2 62 7 44 1 3 41 18 61 6 1 132 0 0 0 32 650 0 0 0 2 54 7 25 6 30 312 16 55 10 0 39 6 29 4 1 12 0 0 0 15 91 12 30 2 36 408 11 29 2 0
28 1 0 2 2 3 25 2 3 10 0 0 3 8
.155 968 128 210
135 2005 79 285 32
RECORD: Overall Record Conference Home Away Neutral (12-14) (4-9) (2-5) (3-5) (7-4)
Lady Hardrocker Vollyeball Final Season Statistics as of November 10th 2008 Season Pass Ratings NO 1 2 4 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 18 19 20 TM
Player Keilholtz, Becky Kemnitz, Ashley Garber, Karina Ori, Alena Corcoran, Paige Cammack, Amanda Roberson, Reanna Hiykel, Jenny Carpio, Stephanie Hanson, Katherine Keppen, Renae Walraven, Danielle Lane, Madisen Kauffman, Ashley TEAM,
Team Totals: Opp Totals:
GP 104 16 19 44 73 98 103 103 92 102 65 40 78 103 95
REC RE 2 0 18 3 1 0 25 6 1 2 1 3 4 1 518 32 35 2 327 30 0 0 5 1 73 16 335 37 -2 4
% 1.000 0.870 1.000 0.842 0.333 0.500 0.875 0.956 0.962 0.933 1.000 0.875 0.915 0.934 0.200
PO PI P2 P3 TOT PTS 0 0 0 0 2 0 21 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 31 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 4 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 32 0 0 0 550 0 37 2 0 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 357 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 89 372 0 37 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 0
1343 137 416 116
0.934 137 0 0 0 0.900 116 18 27 54
AVG 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
P3% 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Lady Hardrocker Vollyeball Final Season Statistics as of November 10th 2008 Season Results Opponent
Date 08/22/08 n U M Western 08/22/08 nMSU Northern 08/23/08 n Montana Tech 08/23/08 n Carrolle College 09/05/08 n Dana College 09/05/08 nBCU 09/06/08 a U of Sioux Falls 09/06/08 n Mt. Marty College 09/12/08 n Michigan Dearborn 09/12/08 n Indiana Wesleyan 09/13/08 nMt. Mercy 09/1 3/08 n William Penn University 09/19/08 *a Minot State 09/20/08 *a Dickinson State 09/23/08 a Chadron 09/26/08 *h Valley City State 09/27/08 *h Jamestown College 10/03/08 *a Dakota State 10/04/08 *a Mayville State 10/08/08 *h Black Hills State 10/17/08 *h Dickinson State 10/18/08 *h Minot State 10/24/08 *a Jamestown College 10/25/08 *a Valley City State 10/31/08 *h Mayville State 1 1/01/08 *h Dakota State 1 1/05/08 *a Black Hills State 11/08/08 a Black Hills State W-L Records Overall: (12-16) Conference: (4-10) Home: (2-5) Away: (3-7) Neutral: (7-4)
3-1 3-1 0-3 1-3 3-2 3-1 0-3 0-3 3-2 1-3 3-0 3-1 1-3 1-3 3-2 3-0 0-3 3-0 0-3 0-3 3-1 1-3 0-3 3-0 2-3 1-3 1-3 0-3
W W L L W W L L W L W W L L W W L W L L W L L W L L L L
1-0 25-20,26-24,15-25,25-20 2-0 25-15,21-25,25-19,25-19 2-1 13-25, 12-25, 0-25 2-2 15-25,13-25,25-20,24-26 4-2 25-19, 23-25, 25-22, 14-25, 15-9 3-2 25-17,25-19,24-26,25-20 4-3 15-25,21-25,23-25 4-4 24-26, 21-25, 23-25 5-4 25-22,25-14,22-25,12-25,15-13 24-26,21-25,27-25,13-15 5-5 6-5 25-18,25-16,25-23 25-17,25-18,12-25,25-22 7-5 25-21,15-25,22-25,13-25 7-6 (0-1) 7-7 (0-2) 23-25, 26-24, 22-25, 13-25 8-7 25-22,23-25,23-25,26-24,15-13 9-7(1-2) 25-17,25-19,25-20 9-8(1-3) 22-25, 17-25, 23-25 10-8, 2-3 DAC 25-15,26-24,25-23 10-9 (2-4) 21-25,20-25,16-25 10-10(2-5) 18-25,17-25,23-25 11-10(3-5) 25-20,27-25,19-25,25-18 11-11(3-6) 25-21, 29-3 1 , 24-26, 1 8-25 11-12(3-7) 16-25, 14-25, 16-25 25-16,25-6,26-24 12-12 (4-7) 12-13 (4-8) 25-18, 25-23, 20-25, 17-25, 17-19 12-14(4-9) 25-22,18-25,22-25,19-25 12-15 (4-10) 20-25,25-23,19-25,18-25 12-16 23-25,21-25,25-27
Dates Attendance Summary: Home Away Neutral Total
Note: * denotes a conference game.
7 10 11 28
0 0 0 0 200 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 250 250
2009 DAC Team Previews; Black Hills State University Yellow Jackets Head Coach: JhettAlbers (IOth season) Phone:605-642-6885 Fax:605-642-6539 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Record at BHSU: 150-134 Overall record: 150-134 Note: Coach Albers shared the DAC Coach of the Year with Chris Mahoney of Jamestown Athletic Director: JhettAlbers Phone:605-642-6885 Fax:605-642-6539 E-mail: email@example.com Sports Information: Bradd Schafer Phone: 605-642-6460 Fax: 605-642-6539 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 2008 Season: 13-1 / 26-8 - tied for the DAC championship with Jamestown College 2008 DAC Tournament: defeated SD Mines, 3-0, in the quarterfinals; defeated Minot State, 3-1, in the semifinals; defeated Jamestown, 3-2, in the championship 2008 NAIA National Tournament: defeated William Penn, IA, 3-2, in the opening round; eliminated from the tournament with a 1-2 record in pool play
2008 Team Stats: Hitting %: .226 Kills: I 1.06 kpg Assists: 9.77apg Note: The Yellow Jackets led the
Aces: 1.08 apg Blocks: 3.30 bpg Digs: 17.65 dpg DAC in Hitting Percentage and Blocks.
Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 6) Kristin Engle; Senior; Middle Hitter; Newcastle,WY DAC Player of the Year; I st team All DAC, I st team All Region, 2nd team All America 2008 stats: 3.51 kills/gm, .379 Hitting %, 1.9 blocks/gm Mandy Brumfield; Senior; Setter; Dickinson, ND 1st team All DAC, Honorable Mention All Region 2008 stats: 8.75 assist/gm, 2.04 digs/gm Maggie O'Neill;Junior; Outside Hitter; Martin, SD I s team All DAC, I st team All Region 2008 stats: 2.77 kills/gm, 3.80 digs/gm Kayla Haines; Senior; Middle Hitter; Mitchell, SD 2008 stats: 1.48 kills/gm, 1.2 blocks/gm Carina Sweet; Senior; Libero; Rawlins,WY Kalin Engle;Junior; Right Side Hitter; Newcastle,WY Lindsey Scholoredt; Senior; Defensive Specialist; Sundance,WY Kayla Drieling; Sophomore; Right Side Hitter; Fort Calhoun, NE Key Newcomers: Kylee Lamb; Freshman; Outside Hitter; Onida, SD Amy O'Neil; Freshman; Hitter; Martin, SD Brittani Casados; Freshman; Defensive Specialist; Casper,WY Key Losses: (Starters lost: I)
Annie Grim, Libero
Dakota State University Trojans Head Coach: AmyVeenhof (Ist season) Phone: 605-256-5689 Record at DaSU: 0-0 Athletic Director: GeneWockenfuss
E-mail: email@example.com Overall Record: 14-16
Phone: 605-256-5233 Sports Information: Nick Huntimer
Phone: 605-256-5229 2008 Season: 6-8 / 10-20 - 5th place in the DAC
2008 DAC Tournament: defeated Mayville State, 3-2, in the quarterfinals; lost to Jamestown, 3-0, in the semifinals 2008 Team Stats; Hitting %:. 143 Kills: 10.04 kpg Assists: 8.48 apg
Aces: 1.46 apg Blocks: 1.80 bpg Digs: 15.65 dpg
Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 5) Rachael Jensen; Senior; Outside Hitter; Beresford, SD 2nd team All DAC 2008 stats: 2.70 kills/gm, 0.29 aces/gm, 3.18 digs/gm Margie Anthony; Junior; Outside Hitter; Jefferson, SD 2008 stats: 2.08 kills/gm Vickie Kaul; Senior; Right Side; Springfield, SD 2008 stats: 1.52 kills/gm Stephanie Kruggel; Sophomore; Middle Hitter/Setter;Winthrop, MN 2008 stats: 6.39 assists/gm, 1.99 digs/gm Amy Pheneger;Junior; Defensive Specialist/Right Side; Champlin, MN 2008 stats: 1.70 digs/gm Ashley Schulte;Junior; Middle Hitter; Emery, SD 2008 stats: 1.70 kills/gm Key Newcomers: Mati Salva; Freshman; Setter; Sugar Creek, MO Jenna Lancaster; Freshman; Middle/Outside Hitter; Pierre, SD Stephanie Uher; Freshman Outside Hitter/Defensive Specialist; Mitchell, SD Key Losses: (Starters lost: I) Laura Lanoue, Libero - 2nd team All DAC
Dickinson State University Blue Hawks Head Coach: Ryan Platt (2nd season) Phone: 701 -483-2035 Record at DiSU: 5-22 Athletic Director: Roger Ternes
Fax: 701 -483-0501
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Overall Record: 135-78
Phone: 701 -483-2159
Fax: 701 -483-0501
Fax: 701 -483-0501
Sports Information: Galen Morton Phone: 701 -483-2102
: galen.morton@dickinsonstate. edu 2008 Season: 4-10 / 5-22 - tied for 6th place in the DAC with South Dakota Mines 2008 DAC Tournament: lost to Minot State, 3-1, in the quarterfinals
2008 Team Stats: Hitting %:.I5I
Kills:9.80kpg Assists: 8.02 apg
Blocks: 2.76 bpg Digs: 13.65 dpg
Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 4) Jennifer Hartman; Sophomore; Outside Hitter; Miles City, MT DAC Freshman of the Year 2008 stats: 1.95 kills/gm,0.36 aces/gm, 2.01 digs/gm Shaunda Dvorak; Sophomore; Middle Blocker; Dickinson, ND 2008 stats: 1.30 kills/gm, I. I blocks/gm Lindsay Meyer;Junior; Outside Hitter; Qualicum Beach, BC 2008 stats: 1.53 kills/gm Sasha Bruels; Sophomore; Libero; Dickinson, ND 2008 stats: 0.45 aces/gm, 4.23 digs/gm Key Newcomers: Micaela Parker; Senior; Outside Hitter; Marysville.WA Shelby Thirsk; Sophomore; Libero;Ardmore.AB Crystal Franklin;Junior; Middle Blocker; Harvey, IL Karen Almeida; Junior; Middle Blocker; Belo Horizonte, Brazil Christal Lara; Senior; Setter; Los Angeles, CA Whitley Abrahamson; Sophomore; Setter; Dickinson, ND Myshada Rosado; Freshman; Setter; Colstrip, MT Key Losses: (Starters lost: 4) Perolla Costa, Setter Pollyana Costa, Outside Hitter Lillian Odek, Outside Hitter Mache! Livingston, Middle Blocker Judith Boel, Middle Blocker
Jamestown College Jimmies Head Coach: Jon Hegerle (1st season) Phone: 701 -252-3467 Ext. 5710 Fax: 701 -253-4450 E-mail: email@example.com Record at JC: 0-0 Overall Record: 0-0 Note: Hegerle replaces Chris Mahoney.who compiled a 217-168 record in I I seasons as head coach. Athletic Director: Lawrie Paulson Phone: 701 -252-3467 Ext. 2408 Fax: 701 -253-4318 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Sports Information: Tracy Erickson Phone: 701 -252-3467 Ext. 5557 Fax: 701 -253-4323 E-mail: email@example.com 2008 Season: 13-1 / 23-9 - tied for the DAC championship with Black Hills State 2008 DAC Tournament: defeated Valley City St, 3-0, in the quarterfinals; defeated Dakota St, 3-0 in the semifinals; lost to Black Hills St, 3-2, in the championship
2008 Team Stats; Hitting %: .225 Aces: 1.86 apg Kills: 11.75 kpg Blocks:2.22 bpg Assists: 9.96 apg Digs: 17.20 dpg Note: The Jimmies led the DAC in Kills. Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 4) AN Edwards; Senior; Outside Hitter;West Fargo, ND 1st team All DAC,All Region; NAIA Scholar-Athlete 2008 stats: 2.96 kills/gm, .246 Hitting % Kayla Fee; Senior; Setter;Williston, ND 1st team All DAC, All Region; NAIA All American 2008 stats: 9.53 assists/gm, 0.46 aces/gm, 2.32 digs/gm Shannon Fee;Junior; Outside Hitter;Williston, ND 2nd team All DAC, All Region 2008 stats: 2.19 kills/gm, .246 hitting % Sam Revering;Junior; Outside Hitter; Fergus Falls, MN 2008 stats: 1.51 kills/gm, 0.45 aces/gm, 1.09 digs/gm Key Newcomers: Heather Brown; Freshman; Middler Hitter; Montpelier, ND Emilee Schutta; Freshman; Outside Hitter; Oakdale, MN Courtney Becker; Freshman; Middler Hitter; Langdon, ND Mattie McDdonald; Freshman; Middle Hitter; Oakdale, MN Key Losses: (Starters lost: 3) Darci Purath, Outside Hitter - 2nd team All DAC Lauren Weiler, Libero - 2nd team All DAC Tara Peet, Middle Hitter Chandra Groves, Libero
Mayville State University Comets Head Coach: Lindsey Kruse (2nd season) Phone:701-788-4837
Fax: 701 -788-4840
Record at MaSU: 1 5 - 1 1
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Overall Record: 57-63
Athletic Director: Mike Moore Phone:701-788-4706
Fax: 701 -788-4840
Fax: 701 -788-4840
Sports Information: Justin Johnson Phone:701-788-4715
2008 Season: 7-7 / 1 5 - 1 1 - tied for 3rd in the DAC with Minot State 2008 DAC Tournament: lost to Dakota State, 3-2, in the quarterfinals 2008 Team Stats; Hitting %: .186
Aces: 1.05 apg
Kills: 11.49 kpg
Blocks: 1.98 bpg
Assists: 10.01 apg
Digs: 16.71 bpg
Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 4) Alyssa Clancey; Senior; Middle Blocker; Mayville, ND 2nd team All DAC 2008 stats: 2.85 kills/gm, .280 Hitting % Brianne Gebeke; Senior; Outside HitterjWest Fargo, ND 2008 stats: 1.83 kills/gm, 2.44 digs/gm Betsy Winkler; Senior; Setter; Fosston, MN 2008 stats: 8.96 assists/gm, 2.35 digs/gm Key Newcomers: Ashley Haines;Junior; Middle Blocker; Hillsboro, ND Abagail Anderson; Sophomore; Right Side Hitter; Sloan, IA Kacie Fortman; Sophomore; Outside Hitter; Fisher, MN Key Losses: (Starters lost: 2) Ashley Nelson, Outside Hitter - 2nd team All Conference Jenn Chamberlain, Right Side Hitter - 2nd team All Conference
Minot State University Beavers Head Coach: Johnna Lewis (3rd season) Phone: 701 -858-3472 Record at MiSU: 20-31
Fax: 701 -858-3136
E-mail: email@example.com Overall Record: 66-58
Fax: 701 -858-3136
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Athletic Director: Rick Hedberg Phone: 701 -858-3042
Sports Information: Sheila Green-Gerding Phone: 701 -858-3261
: ' sheila.gerding@minotstateu. edu
2008 Season: 7-7 / 13-15 - tied for 3rd in the DAC with Mayville State 2008 DAC Tournament: defeated Dickinson State, 3-1, in the quarterfinals; lost to Black Hills State, 3-1, in the semifinals
2008 Team Stats; Hitting %: . 175 Aces: 1.48 apg Kills: I 1.74 kpg Blocks: 1.63 bpg Assists: 10.21 apg Digs: 14.75 dpg Note: The Beavers led the DAC in Assists. Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 5) Ashley Holmen; Senior; Middle Hitter; Berthold, ND 2nd team All DAC 2008 stats: 2.85 kills/gm, .256 Hitting %, 2.94 digs/gm Suzy Paradine; Senior; Right Side; Binscarth, MB 2nd team All DAC 2008 stats: 2.60 kills/gm, 0.42 aces/gm, 2.10 digs/gm Kara Schumacher; Senior; Outside Hitter; Kenmare, ND 2008 stats: 2.13 kills/gm, 2.28 digs/gm Janice Rose Reinbolt; Sophomore; Middle Hitter; Maple Creek, SK Molly Lundeen; Senior; Libero; Minot, ND 2008 stats: 2.23 digs/gm Sheri Dueck; Junior; Outside Hitter/Right Side; Prince Albert, SK 2008 stats: 2.09 digs/gm
Key Newcomers: Abbey Aide; Freshman; Setter; Bottineau, ND Leah Wesoloski; Sophomore; Right Side;Williston, ND JenniferYuassie; Freshman; Outside Hitter; Colonsay, SK Emily Hoehn; Freshman; Setter; Drake, SK Keri Nelson; Freshman; Hitter; Kenmare, ND Key Losses: (Starters lost: I) Tracee Tesch, Setter
South Dakota School of Mines Hardrockers Head Coach: Tiffany Mastin-McCampbell (1st season) Phone: 605-394-2643 Record at SDT: 0-0 Athletic Director: Dr. Dick Kaiser
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Overall Record: 33-95
Phone: 605-394-2352 Sports Information: Bradley Blume
Phone: 605-394-2601 Fax: 605-394-3375 2008 Season: 4-10 / 12-16 - tied for 6th in the DAC with Dickinson State
2008 DAC Tournament: lost to Black Hills State, 3-0, in the quarterfinals
2008 Team Stats: Hitting %:. 155 Aces: 1.34 apg Kills: 10.91 kpg Blocks: 2.24 bpg Assists: 10.09 apg Digs: 20.45 dpg Note: The Hardrockers led the DAC in Digs. Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 5) Madisen Lane; Sophomore; Outside Hitter; Fort Collins, CO DAC Scholar 2008 stats: 2.28 kills/gm Katherine Hanson; Senior; Middle Hitter; Sioux Falls, SD 2nd team All DAC, DAC Scholar 2008 stats: 2.35 kills/gm Paige Corcoran;Junior; Middle Hitter; Pierre, SD DAC Scholar Becky Keilholts; Senior; Setter; Gwinn, Ml Karina Garber; Sophomore; Outside Hitter;Torrington,WY DAC Scholar Reanna Roberson; Senior; Defensive Specialist;Windsor, CO Ashley Kemnitz; Sophomore; Outside Hitter;Vivian, SD DAC Scholar Key Newcomers: Rachel Pekarek; Freshman; Outside Hitter; Plymouth, MN Alexia Mader; Freshman; Setter; Miles City, MT Jessie Guthals; Freshman; Right Side; Colorado Springs, CO Kanysa Bartsch; Freshman; Outside Hitter; Lubbock,TX Cathene Malin; Freshman; Outside Hitter; Hudson,Wl Key Losses: (Starters lost: 3) Jennie Hiykel, Libero - 1st team All DAC, DAC Libero of the Year, DAC Most Valuable Senior Ashley Kauffman, Outside Hitter - 2nd team All DAC, DAC Scholar Stephanie Carpio, Outside Hitter - DAC Scholar Renae Keppen, Outside Hitter - DAC Scholar
Alena Ori, Outside Hitter - DAC Scholar Amanda Camack, Middle Hitter
Valley City State University Vikings Head Coach: Craig Case (4th season) Phone:701-845-7244
E-mail: email@example.com Overall Record: 34-54
Record atVCSU: 31-35 Athletic Director: B.J. Pumroy Phone:701-845-7160 Sports Information: Craig Case Phone:701-845-7244
2008 Season: 2-12 / 9-24 - 8th place in the DAC 2008 DAC Tournament: lost to Jamestown, 3-2, in the quarterfinals
2008 Team Stats; H itti ng %:. 127 Aces: 2.22 apg Kills: 10.80 kpg Blocks: 1.74 bpg Assists: 9.15 apg Digs: 17.45 Note: The Vikings led the DAC in Service Aces. Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 3) Heidi Larson; Senior; Right Side; Grand Rapids, MN 2008 stats: 3.19 kills/gm, .234 Hitting % Anna Davidson; Senior; Middle Hitter; Soldier's Grove,Wl 2008 stats: 1.68 kills/gm, .241 Hitting % Key Newcomers: N/A Key Losses: (Starters Lost: 4) Megan Floerke, Setter - 2nd team All DAC Karissa Fahlman, Outside Hitter Alecia Stark, Libero
SCHOOL OF MINES & TECHNOLOGY
Facts South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has a proud heritage of excellence in preparing graduates to serve as leaders in the professions of engineering and science. There are 16 academic departments and more than 30 degree programs in engineering and science offered at the baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral levels. Our students, in combination with an exceptionally talented faculty and great support from the community, provide an exciting environment for education excellence. Award-winning undergraduate education is enhanced by graduate education and research and development in areas of critical need to the state, nation, and the international community.
Facilities South Dakota School of Mines and Technology facilities include the Black Hills Business Development Center, the Darold D.King Physical Education Building,the Chemistry/Chemical Engineering Building,the Civil/Mechanical Engineering Building, the Computational Mechanics Laboratory, the Electrical Engineering/Physics Building, the McLaury Building, Devereaux Library, O'Harra Building, Mineral Industries Building, the Tech Development Laboratory, and Surbeck Center.
New construction/renovations Tech Development Laboratory, ongoing, Chemical and Biological Engineering/Chemistry building (anticipated completion 2010), Surbeck Center renovation (anticipated completion August 2009), Paleontology Center (anticipated completion 2010), and Palmerton/Connolly Hall restorations (anticipated completion May 2010).
Tuition and Fees Fall 2009 Undergraduate SD Tuition and Fees $6,830 Room and Board $5,080 Books and Supplies* $ 1,950 Total Per Year $13,860 ^IncludesTablet PC Program (assumes 30 credits per year)
Student Demographics Fall 2008 Enrollment Status Full Time 1,567 76% Part Time 494 24%
$8,210 $5,080 $1,950
Atmospheric Sciences Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Construction Management Electrical Engineering Geology and Geological Engineering Materials Engineering and Science Mechanical Engineering Paleontology Physics Robotics and Intelligent Autonomous Systems Technology Management
Chemical Engineering Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Environmental Engineering Geological Engineering Geology Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management Interdisciplinary Sciences: -Atmospheric Sciences -Pre-Professional Health Sciences -Science.Technology, and Society Mathematics (Applied and Computational) Mechanical Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Mining Engineering Physics
Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences Biomedical Engineering Chemical and Biological Engineering Geology and Geological Engineering Materials Engineering and Science Mechanical Engineering (pending) Nanoscience and Nanoengineering Physics (pending)
Faculty and Staff, FY 2009 Faculty: 135 Staff*: 181 Temporary employees included in this total
Outreach The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology offers programs and activities that teach and entertain K-12 student and community members, including the APEX art Gallery,The Museum of Geology, Engineers Week, Math Contest, Cultural Expo, Design Fair, South Dakota GEAR UP Honors Program, South Dakota Space Grant Consortium, and many more. Classes and camps for K-12 students, teachers, alumni, and professionals are offered through the Office of Educational Programs and Professional Conferences. For more information, visit <http:/sdmines.sdsmt.edu/learn>.
Rapid City and the Black Hills South Dakota School of Mines and Technology is located in Rapid City, the state's second-largest city.The city of 65,000 is the regional center for health care, shopping, banking, and other services, and is a major tourist destination because of its proximity to the Black Hills, Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Badlands, and other attractions. There are caves, mountains, streams, and lakes, and a vast variety of rocks, minerals, wildlife, and plant life.
FY09 Research Funding School of Mines faculty members and researchers received 92 awards totaling nearly $21 million during the 2009 fiscal year.The funding came from many different agencies, including the National Science Foundation, the State of South Dakota, NASA, the Department of Transportation, Army Research Laboratory, and many more.
SCHOOL OF MINES & TECHNOLOGY
Published on Mar 10, 2011