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SDTeCn campus profile The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, founded in 1885, has been a national leader in preparing worldclass engineers and scientists. Our graduates design, construct, and operate modern technology to meet complex challenges such as global warming, health care delivery, energy resource development, mineral extraction and processing, environment quality, futuristic transportation, and national defense. Our alumni are held in the highest regard by their fellow leaders in industry, consulting, government, health and education. Tech had diversified to meet the needs of the engineering and science throughout the world. South Dakota Tech's intellectual environment was shaped a century ago by the ingenuity and rugged individualism of pioneers in science and technology. Tech's present day pioneers provide inspiration and remain on the fields of engineering and the sciences. ACCREDITATION The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, the recognized accrediting agency for the north central states. In addition, the curriculum Chemistry is accredited by the American Chemical Society. The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), which is the recognized accrediting agency for engineering which is a new program. The program in Computer Science is accredited by the Computer Science Commission (CSAC) of the Computer Sciences Accreditation Board (CSAB), a special accreditation body recognized by the Council on Post-Secondary Accreditation (COPA) and the U.S> Department of Education. ACADEMIC ORGANIZATION Academic organization of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology centers around four colleges an thirteen departments. Colleges are organized to promote interdisciplinary interaction between the sciences and engineering and to provide leadership for strong undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Faculty of the colleges work closely together to support and develop: * quality undergraduate educational opportunities; * focused quality graduate education; research and other scholarly activities in support of educational opportunities at the undergraduate and graduate levels; * service programs for the people of the state of South Dakota, the region and the nation.

Academic departments at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology are organized in colleges as follows: College of Earth Systems College of Materials Sciences and Engineering Atmosphere Sciences Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Civil and Environmental Engineering Materials and Metallurgical Engineering Geology and Geological Engineering Physics College of Interdisciplinary Sciences College of Systems Engineering Humanities Electrical and Computer Engineering Social Sciences Mechanical Engineering DEGREES OFFERED BACHELOR OF SCIENCE • Chemical Engineering Industrial Engineering • Chemistry • Interdisciplinary Sciences Civil Engineering • Pre-Law, Pre-Med, Business, etc • Computer Science Mathematics • Electrical Engineering • Metallurgical Engineering Geological Engineering • Mining Engineering • Geology Physics MASTER OF SCIENCE • Atmospheric Sciences Geological Engineering Chemical Engineering • Materials Engineering & Sciences Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering • Computer Science Paleontology Electrical Engineering • Technical Management DOCTORATE OF PHILOSOPHY •Atmospheric, Environmental, & Water Recourses Geology and Geological ENGINEERING • Material Engineering and Sciences 1

president SDTech Dr. Charles P. Ruch became the 17th President of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology on July 1, 2003. Ruch holds master's and doctorate degrees in education from Northwestern University and a bachelor's degree in chemistry from The College of Wooster (Ohio). Before joining South Dakota Tech, Dr. Ruch served as President at Boise State University for 10 years. Previously, Dr. Ruch spent 19 years at Virginia Commonwealth University, first as an associate dean and dean, and as provost and vice president. His first university assignment came at the University of Pittsburgh, where he was a faculty member and department chair. An active participant in higher education organizations, Dr. Ruch has chaired the Urban and Metropolitan Universities Committee for the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. He also has served on the presidents' councils of the Big Sky, Big West, and Western Athletic conferences, and as chair of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education. Dr. Ruch's professional activities also include participation in the American Council on Education, the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, and the National Council on Accreditation for Teacher Education. Dr. Ruch has written and edited numerous articles, book reviews, and book chapters, and has delivered Congressional testimony. In every community he has joined, Dr. Ruch has been active in organizations and efforts to make those communities better places to live. He has continued that effort in Rapid City, especially when it comes to economic development. In that critical area, he has prioritized using campus expertise to build an even brighter regional economic future. Since joining Tech, Dr. Ruch also has opened lines of communication with the community through a bi-weekly eletter, begun a strategic planning process, and created numerous partnerships to improve Tech, the community, the state, and the region. Dr. Ruch credits his success to the ongoing support from his wife, Sally, their four grown children, and three grandchildren.

SDTeCn volleyball coaches Head coach Doug Tabbert Doug Tabbert begins his second season at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology after serving for two years as the head volleyball coach at Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska. Prior to that Tabbert was the head volleyball coach at Methodist College in Fayetteville, North Carolina for three years. In addition to coaching, Tabbert has provided psychological skills training to various athletes, including the Kansas State University volleyball program, the Bluffton College (Ohio) women's basketball program and a member of the 1996 United States Olympic Track & Field Team. A native of Perry, Kansas, he holds a Master of Education degree in Developmental Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sport Psychology from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, and Bachelor of Science degrees in both Business and Psychology from Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas.

Assistant coach Mike Larsen Mike Larsen, a Rapid City native and graduate of Rapid City Stevens, has joined the staff at South Dakota Tech as assistant volleyball and track coach. Larsen was an instructional technology specialist at Dakota Middle School last year and served 10 years at Little Wound High School as a computer studies teacher. He served as head coach of cross-country and track, and assistant golf coach at various times during his tenure at Little Wound. Larsen has been a competitive runner in marathon races for many years. "I am very pleased that Mike will be joining our staff at Tech. He is a hardworking, and dedicated individual who will give his all in the support of track coach Jerry Schafer and volleyball coach Doug Tabbert," offered Tech athletic director Hugh Welsh.

Assistant coach Lori Whiting Lorie Whiting begins her second season as Lady Hardrocker assistant coach. A 1989 graduate of Tech with a degree in metallurgical engineering, Lorie was a member of the Hardrocker volleyball team for four years from 1985-1988. She worked in private industry following graduation for 10 years and also served as an assistant volleyball coach at Wahoo (NE) High School in 1999. Lorie is married to Keith Whiting (a 1989 graduate with a math degree), and is currently a stay at home mother to Catie, age five, and Tessa age three.

2004 season preview SDTecPl Coach Doug Tabbert's comments about the upcoming season: "The early challenge for us is to establish a team identity as quickly as we can. That is even more important this year with the addition of so many new players. We will look to Leslie Weber, our lone senior, and Rebekah Cornelia, our lone junior, to provide leadership and a sense of stability. They both recognize the importance of that, and Leslie in particular is eager to meet that need. Both had solid springs, and we expect them to play well this fall. We have several newcomers who should provide immediate contributions. Jennifer Markoff has had significant setting experience at both the high school and club level. Kali Olson is a multi-time All-State team member who is a powerful offensive threat. Jennie Malone, another former All-State honoree, should greatly help our team ball control. We have a number of people who can contribute to our success. It is critical that everyone on our roster recognizes their potential to do that and then commits to their respective roles. If that happens, we can be significantly improved over last year."

DAC 10 2003 final standings SDTech 2003 Standings Dickinson State Dakota State Si Tanka University @ Huron Black Hills State Jamestown College University of Mary Mi not State Mayville State South Dakota Tech Valley City State

DAC-10 13-0 10-3 10-3 8-5 7-6 6-7 5-8 4-9 2-11 0-13

Overall 29-9 18-14 27-11 18-14 19-12 14-16 11-18 6-22 5-23 7-20

SDTech volleyball schedule *Boldface denotes home matches* DATE August 21 August 27 August 28 September 1 September 3 September 4

September 8 September 10

September 11

September 15 September 22 September 24 September 25 September 29 October 6 October 13 October 15 October 16 October 20 October 23 October 27 October 29 October 30 Nov. 3 Nov. 6, 10, 13 Nov. 17, 19, 20 Dec. 1 -4

OPPONENT Dickinson State Baden Scrimmage Northwestern College Red Raider Classic Northwestern College Red Raider Classic National American University McPherson College Fall Classic vs. Sterling College McPherson College Fall Classic vs. Park University vs. Bethany College vs. McPherson College Minot State University University of Montana-Western Invitational vs. Montana-Western vs. Montana Tech University of Montana-Western Invitational vs. Rocky Mountain vs. Westminster College Dickinson State University University of Mary Mt. Marty College Dakota Wesleyan University Black Hills State University National American University Minot State University Valley City State University Mayville State University Dickinson State University Jamestown College University of Mary Dakota State University Si Tanka University at Huron Black Hills State University DAC-10 Playoffs NAIA Region III Playoffs NAIA Championships

TIME TBA TBA TBA 7:00 pm

SITE Dickinson, ND Orange City, IA Orange City, IA Rapid City, SD

7:00 pm

McPherson, KS

10:00 am 12:00pm 4:00 pm 7:00 pm

McPherson, KS Minot, ND

1:00 pm 5:00 pm

Dillon, MT

10:00 am 12:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 4:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm TBA TBA TBA

Dillon, MT Dickinson, ND Rapid City, SD Yankton, SD Mitchell, SD Spearfish, SD Rapid City, SD Rapid City, SD Valley City, ND Mayville, ND Rapid City, SD Jamestown, ND Bismarck, ND Rapid City, SD Rapid City, SD Rapid City, SD TBA TBA San Diego, CA

SDTech volleyball roster # 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15/16

Name Kari Kippes Michelle Towne Jennifer Markoff Bekah Cornelia Jennie Malone Leslie Weber Robin Mattox Kali Olson Deborah Carlson Kajda Stevens Elizabeth Daly Quana Higgins

Position

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

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Height 57"

5'3" 5'9" 5'9" 5' 10" 5'9" 57"

5'11" 5'9" 57"

5'8" 57"

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Hometown Marion, SD Rapid City, SD Arvada, CO Sundance, WY Rapid City, SD Parkston, SD Deadwood, SD Buffalo, SD Rochester, MN Benson, MN Box Elder, SD Grand Junction, CO

Major Interdisciplinary Sciences Interdisciplinary Sciences Chemical Engineering Interdisciplinary Sciences Interdisciplinary Sciences Interdisciplinary Sciences Engineering Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Engineering Interdisciplinary Sciences Interdisciplinary Sciences

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Kari Kippes

Freshman Position: S Height: 57" Hometown: Marion, SD Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Michelle Towne Sophomore Position: DS Height: 5'3" Hometown: Rapid City, SD Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Jennifer Markoff Freshman Ti ition: S Height: 5'9" Hometown: Arvada, CO Major: Chemical Engineering

SDTech 2004 volleyball roster

Bekah Cornelia Junior Position: OH Height: 5'9" Hometown: Sundance, WY Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Jennie Malone Freshman Position: RS Height: 5'10" Hometown: Rapid City, SD Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Leslie Webe Senior Position: MH ""Height: 5'9" Hometown: Parkston, SD Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

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in Mattox Freshman Position: OH Height: 57" Hometown: Deadwood, SD Major: Engineering

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Position: OH/DS Height: 57 Hometown: Benson, MN Major: Engineering

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Elizabeth Daly

Freshman Position: OH/DS Height: 5'8" Hometown: Box Elder, SD Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

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Asst

Asst /G

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Aces

Aces /G

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19

0.20

96

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Blocks A

Megan Barnes

576

6.00

235

1113 0.306 32

0.33

350

43

0.45

63

0.82

337

3.51

25

Bekah Cornelia

228

2.45

113

683

0.168 17

0.18

462

33

0.35

16

0.965

283

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1.68

84

383

0.188 20

0.22

402

48

0.52

62

0.846

229

2.46

12

47

0.63

96

Sarah Farber

149

1.60

70

370

0.214 14

0.15

138

9

0.10

14

0.899

30

0.32

12

45

0.61

96

Deborah Carlson

51

0.55

49

174

0.011 39

0.42

362

26

0.28

28

0.923

163

1.75

1

19

0.22

96

Stephanie Randall 46

0.48

11

105

0.333 1005

10.47

409

29

0.30

27

0.934

201

2.09

0

16

0.17

96

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0.06

55

0.03

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0.964

88

1.42

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0.00

62

Sandra Lawson

0

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0

0.00

128

18

0.44

16

0.875

67

1.63

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0

0.00

41

Shelly Purchase

0

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0

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0

0.00

1

0.75

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0.00

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0

0.00

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12.57 562

2829 0.228

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11.78

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208

2.17

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SDTech 2004 DAG-ID team preview Black Hills State University Yellowjackets Head Coach: Jhett Albers (th year) Phone: 605-642-6885

E-mail: jhettalbers@bhsu.edu Record at BHSU: 59-81 Athletic Director: Steve Meeker Phone: 605-642-6881

Fax: 605-642-6539

Overall record: 59-81 Fax: 605-642-6539

E-mail: stevemeeker@bhsu.edu Sports Information: Jhett Albers Phone: 605-642-6885

Fax: 605-642-6539

E-mail: jhettalbers@bhsu.edu 2003 Season: 8-5/18-14 4th place in the DAC-10 2003 Postseason: Lost to Dickinson State, 3-0, in the DAC-10 Tournament Semifinals Team Stats: (rank in the DAC-10) Kills: 13.59 kpg (3rd) Hitting: .230 (4th) Serve %: .937 (1 st) Aces: 1.90 apg (8th)

Assists: 12.29 apg (2nd) Digs: 18.62 dpg (6th) Blocks: 2.63 dpg (4th)

Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 3) Jessie Mort; Senior; S; Big Horn, WY 2003 stats: .954 serve %, 32 service aces Sara Goeden; Senior; MH; Pierre, SD 2003 stats: 28 solo blocks, 76 assisted blocks Sara Lervick; Junior; MH; Gillette, WY 2003 stats: 18 solo blocks, 57 assisted blocks Devin Eppler; Junior; S; Sundance, WY 2003 stats: 3.63 digs (3.49 dpg) Alyssa Boeding; Sophomore; OH; Big Horn, WY Chelsey Mort; Sophomore; L: Big Horn, WY Megan Goshorn; OH; Redshirt Freshman; Rapid City, SD Key Newcomers: Carly Benz; Freshman, RH; Berthoud, CO Victoria Cross; Freshman; OH; Sundance, WY Mindi Mayer; Freshman; MH; Mitchell, SD Chelsea Wake; Freshman; OH; Worland, WY Key Losses: (Starters lost: 2) June Engler-Thompson, OH - 1st team All DAC-10, All Region III, NAIA Honorable Mention All America Jen Shelton, MH - 2nd team All DAC-10 Alysha Schwarting, S

Dakota State University Trojans Head Coach: Cindy Henning (5th year) Phone: 605-256-5689 E-mail: cindy.henning@dsu.edu Record at DaSU: 54-64 Athletic Director: Gene Wockenfuss Phone: 605-256-5233 E-mail: gene.wockenfuss@dsu.edu Sports lnformation:Ken Prorok Phone: 605-256-5229

Fax: 605-256-5138 Overall Record: 54-64 Fax: 605-256-5138 Fax: 605-256-5138

E-mail: ken.prorok@dsu.edu Sports Information: Nick Huntimer Phone: 605-256-5229

Fax: 605-256-5138

E-mail: huntimn@pluto.dsu.edu 2003 Season: 10-3/18-14 - tied for 2nd in the DAC-10 with Si Tanka University at Huron 2003 Postseason: Lost to Si Tanka University at Huron, 3-0, in the DAC-10 Tournament semifinals Lost to Black Hills State, 3-1, in the Region III Tournament quarterfinals

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2004 DAC-10 team preview SDTecH Team Stats: (rank in the DAC-10) Kills: 12.93 kpg (5th) Assists: 11.45 apg (7th) Hitting: .218 (6th) Digs: 19.28 dpg (3rd) Serve %: .918 (4th) Blocks: 2.36 bpg (7th) Aces: 2.18 apg (5th) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 7) Amanda Vos-Keizer; Senior; OH; Sioux Center, IA 2003 stats: 3.64 kills/game, 2.89 digs/game, 0.46 aces/game, 0.51 blocks/game 2nd team All DAC-10, All Region III Micah Tolzin; Junior; MH; Sioux Falls, SD 2003 stats: 3.01 kills/game, 0.45 aces/game, 1.06 digs/game, 1.05 blocks/game 2nd team All DAC-10, All Region III Ashley Brassfield; Junior; New Underwood, SD 2003 stats: 4.56 digs/game Jill Weisser; Senior; S; Sioux Falls, SD 2003 stats: 10.14 assists/game, 2.70 digs/game, 0.32 aces/game Cami Martin; Junior; OH; Fort Morgan, CO 2003 stats: 2.23 kills/game, 3.68 digs/game, 0.31 aces/game, 0.27 blocks/game Sandy Smith; Sophomore; MH; Harrisburg, SD 2003 stats: 1.89 kills/game, 0.94 blocks/game, 0.35 digs/game Katie Lanoue; Junior; RS; Tracy, MN 2003 stats: 1.32 kills/game, 3.31 digs/game, 1.22 assists/game, 0.31 aces/game Key Newcomers: Jenna Kostelecky; Freshman; OH; Anoka, MN Carly Jenks; Freshman, RS; Tripp, SD Krista Fischer; Freshman; OH; Brandon, SD Stacy Dunklau; Sophomore; OH; Arlington, NE Lindsay Kinyon; Freshman; MH; Omaha, NE Lisa Rogers; Freshman; S; Madison, SD Key Losses: (Starters lost: 0)

Dickinson State Univerity Blue Hawks Head Coach: Dave Moody (15th season) Phone: 701 -483-2120 Fax: 701 -483-0501 E-mail: david.moody@dickinsonstate.edu Record at DiSU: 364-127 Overall Record: 364-127 Athletic Director: Roger Ternes Phone: 701 -483-2159 Fax: 701 -483-0501 E-mail: roger.ternes@dickinsonstate.edu Sports Information: Duane Monlux Phone: 701-483-2716 Fax: 701 -483-0501 E-mail: duane.d.monlux@dickinsonstate.edu 2003 Season: 13-0/29-9 - 1st in the DAC-10 2003 Postseason: Defeated Si Tanka University at Huron, 3-0, in the DAC-10 Tournament championship Lost to Si Tanka University at Huron, 3-2, in the Region III Tournament semifinals Lost to Columbia, MO, 3-0, in the NAIA National Tournament quarterfinals Team Stats: (rank in the DAC-10) Kills: 14.55 kpg (1st) Assists: 13.85 apg (1st) Hitting: .290 (1st) Digs: 17.54 dpg (9th) Serve %: .918 (5th) Blocks: 2.36 bpg (3rd) Aces: 3.08 apg (1st) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 1) Sarah Long; Senior; MH; Dickinson, ND 2003 stats: .315 hit percentage, 135 blocks, 276 digs (2.12/gm), 248 kills (1.91/gm), 42 aces DAC-10 Scholar-Athlete, NAIA Scholar-Athlete Naz Orbay; Senior; OH; Istanbul, Turkey 2003 stats: .174 hit percentage, 38 digs, 9 aces

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SDTech 2004 DAC-10team preview Key Newcomers: Rose Euppah; Freshman; OPP; Nairobi, Kenya Lissa Danielson; Senior; S; Stockton, CA Jami Rice; Junior; S; Toppenish, WA Mercy Wesutila; Freshman; OH/L; Nairobi, Kenya Nancy Nyongesa; Freshman; OH; Nairobi, Kenya Elena Malysheva; Freshman; OH; Nizhnii, Russia Crystal Hauck, Freshman; OH; Richardton, ND Key Losses: (Starters lost: 5) Yasemin Alpullu, OH - DAC-10 MVP, 1st team All DAC-10, 1st team All Region III, 2nd team NAIA All America Aura Grajales, L - 2nd team All DAC-10, NAIA National All-Tournament team Marija Markovic, MH - DAC-10 Freshman of the Year, 1st team All DAC-10, 1st team All Region III, 3rd team NAIA All America Pavla Dunham, Setter - 1st team All DAC-10, 1st team All Region III, NAIA Honorable Mention All America Gulhan Cak Cak, OPP - 2nd team All DAC-10

Jamestown College Jimmies Head Coach: Chris Mahoney (7th season) Phone: 701-252-3467 E-mail: mahoney@jc.edu Record at JC: 122-110 Athletic Director: Lawrie Paulson Phone: 701 -252-3467 E-mail: paulson@jc.edu Sports Information: Matt Sevareid Phone: 701-253-4450 E-mail: msevare@jc.edu 2003 Season: 7-6/19-12 - 5th in the DAC-10 2003 Postseason: Lost to Black Hills State, 3-2,

Fax: 701 -253-4450 Overall Record: 122-110 Fax: 701 -253-4318 Fax: 701 -253-4450 in the DAC-10 Tournament quarterfinals

Team Stats: (rank in the DAC-10) Kills: 13.48 kpg (4th) Assists: 12.09 apg (3rd) Hitting: .232 (3rd) Digs: 19.83 dpg (2nd) Serve %: .922 (3rd) Blocks: 2.53 bpg (7th) Aces: 2.43 apg (3rd) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 5) Jennifer Lopes, SR, OH, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada 2003 stats: 3.4 kills/game, .2323 hit percentage, 3.34 digs/game, 0.6 blocks/game 2nd team All DAC-10 Krista Kuivinen, SO, OH, Antigo, Wl 2003 stats: 2.2 kills/game, 3.13 digs/game Megan Rotenberger, JR, Lib, Gwinner, ND 2003 stats: 3.75 digs/game Renee Buysse, SO, MB, Minneota, MN 2003 stats: .245 hit percentage, 0.65 blocks/game Shantell Rigsby, SO, DS, Jamestown, ND 2003 stats: 1.75 digs/game Key Newcomers: Kristi Senftner, Freshman, S, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada Lindsey Meyers, Freshman, S, Mahtomedi, MN Ashley Hollekim, Freshman, MB, Stanley, ND Katie Farrington, Freshman, L, Bloomington, MN Key Losses: (Starters lost: 3) Maggie Asmund, MB, Second team All Region III, 2nd team All DAC 10 Carey Blatchford, S, 2nd team All DAC 10 Emily Eichman, OH

Mayville State University Comets Head Coach: Chris Rodgers (3rd year)

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2004 DAC-10 team preview SDTech Phone: 701 -788-4837 Fax: 701-788-4840 E-mail: c_rodgers@mail.masu.nodak.edu Record at MaSU: 20-35 Overall Record: Athletic Director: Mike Moore Phone: 701 -788-4706 Fax: 701 -788-4840 E-mail: m_moore@mayvillestate.edu Sports Information: Brian Larson Phone: 701 -788-47688 Fax: 701 -788-4840 E-mail: brianjarson@mail.masu.nodak.edu 2003 Season: 4-9/6-22 - 8th place in the DAC-10 Team Stats: (rank in the DAC-10) Kills: 11.10 kpg (9th) Assists: 10.41 apg (8th) Hitting: .195 (7th) Digs: 17.80 dpg (7th) Serve %: .909 (7th) Blocks: 2.62 bpg (5th) Aces: 1.45 apg (10th) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 4) Kayla Aune; Senior; S; Mayville, ND 2003 stats: 9.59 assists/game Angie Kauffman; Senior; OH/RS; Ft. Morgan, CO 2003 stats: 0.29 aces/game, .927 serve percenage; 3.25 digs/game Nicole Schumacher; Junior; MH; Thompson, ND 2003 stats: 0.81 blocks/game Ayrin Wold; Junior; MH; Hatton, ND 2003 stats: 1.05 blocks/game Key Newcomers: Lisa Ripplinger; OH/M; Fergus Falls CC Cydnee Hegg; OH/M; McVille, ND Tina Stevens; S; Salt Lake City, UT Dru James; DS; Long Beach CC Andi Bisol; DS; Long Beach CC Key Losses: (Starters lost:4) Mai Pooler, OH Katie Karlstad, OH

Minot State University Beavers Head Coach: Dana Fielder (12th year) Phone: 701 -858-3169 Fax: 701-858-3136 E-mail: fiedlerd@misu.nodak.edu Record at MiSU: 180-194 Overall Record: 180-194 Athletic Director: Rick Hedberg Phone: 701 -858-3041 Fax: 701 -858-3136 E-mail: hedbergr@minotstateu.com Sports Information: Sheila Green-Gerding Phone: 701 -858-3261 Fax: 701-858-3136 E-mail:greensh@ misu.nodak.edu 2003 Season: 5-8/11-18 - 8th place in the DAC-10 Team Stats: (rank in the DAC-10) Kills: 12.85 kpg (7th) Assists: 11.91 apg (6th) Hitting: .217 (7th) Digs: 24.93 dpg (1 st) Serve %: .912 (6th) Blocks: 2.29 bpg (9th) Aces: 1.95 apg (7th) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 4) Lisa Webb; Senior; OH; McCauley, MB 2003 stats: 4.7 kills/game, 4.8 digs/game, 0.7 blockss/game, .937 serve percentage, 28 aces 2nd team All DAC-10, 2nd team All Region III, NAIA Academic All America Meagan Paradine; Sophomore; OH; Binscarth, MB 2003 stats: 2.3 kills/game, 5.6 digs/game, 0.3 blocks/game, 54 aces

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SDTecH 2004 DAC-10team preview Key Newcomers: Whitney Stabbs; Freshman; MH/OH; Birch Hills, SK Carrie Sandstrom; Junior; OH; Williston, ND Tennille Armstrong; Freshman; MH; Melfort, SK Nicole Webb; Junior; MH; McCauley, MB Key Losses: (Starters lost: 2) Katthy Gilbertson, MH

Si Tanka University at Huron Screaming Eagles: Head Coach: Amy Veenhof (1st season) Phone: 605-353-2022 Fax:605-353-2412 E-mail: aveenhof@sitanka.edu Record at HU: 0-0 Overall Record: 0-0 Athletic Director: Stan Rettew Phone: 605-353-2027 Fax: 605-353-2422 E-mail: srettew@sitanka.edu Sports Information: Ed King Phone: 605-353-2052 Fax:605-353-2412 E-mail: eking@sitanka.edu 2003 Season: 10-3/27-11 - tied for 2nd in the DAC-10 with Dakota State 2003 Postseason: Lost to Dickinson State, 3-0, in the DAC-10 Tournament championship Lost to National American, SD, 3-0, in the Region III Tournament championship Went 1-3 in pool play at the NAIA National Tournament Team Stats: (rank in the DAC-10) Kills: 14.17 kpg (2nd) Assists: 11.96 apg (4th) Hitting: .242 (2nd) Digs: 18.41 dpg (7th) Serve %: .927 (2nd) Blocks: 3.08 bpg (1 st) Aces: 1.61 apg (9th) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 4) Rayma Figueroa; Junior; OH; Levittown, PR 2003 stats: 3.2 kills/game 2nd team All DAC-10 Luciola Figueroa; Junior; OH; Trujillo Alto, PR 2003 stats: 2.8 kills/game 1st team All DAC-10, NAIA Honorable Mentio All America Odemaris Diaz; Sophomore; MH; Vea Alta, PR 2003 stats: 1.4 blocks/game, .331 hit percentage 2nd team All DAC-10 Yesmarie Burgos; Junior; BR; Manati, PR Steffanie Cushard; Junior; S; St. Paul, MN Key Newcomers: None available Key Losses: (Starters lost: 3) Becky Grosinski, S Jessica Pagan, MH Daisha Buckler, RS

University of Mary Marauders Head Coach: Heidi Sunderland (5th year) Phone:701-255-7500 E-mail: hsunde@umary.edu Record at Mary: 49-72 Athletic Director: Al Bortke Phone:701-255-7500 E-mail: abortke@umary.edu Sports Information: Erika Zundel Phone:701-355-8013 E-mail: ezundel@umary.edu

Fax:701-255-7687 Overall Record: 78-102 Fax:701-255-7687 Fax:701-255-7687

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2004 DAC-10 team preview SDTecH 2003 Season: 6-7/14-16 - 6th place in the DAC-10 2003 Postseason: Lost to Si Tanka University at Huron, 3-1, in the DAC-10 Tournament quarterfinals

Team Stats: (rank in the DAC-10) Kills: 11.37 kpg (7th) Hitting: .163 (10th) Serve %: .903 (9th) Aces: 2.65 apg (2nd)

Assists: 10.17 apg (9th) Digs: 19.20 dpg (5th) Blocks: 2.83 bpg (2nd)

Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 3) Flavia Siqueria; Senior; OH; Sao Paulo, Brasil (2003 Medical redshirt) 2002 stats: 442 kills, 358 digs, 68 blocks, 53 aces in 109 games Crystal Althoff; Senior; MH; Hankinson, ND 2003 stats: 180 kills, 103 blokes in 109 games Key Newcomers: Trudy Doll; Junior; RS; New Salem, ND Vanessa Munhoz; Freshman; MH; Sao Paulo, Brasil Aubrey Baxter; Freshman; MH; Redfield, SD Key Losses: (Starters lost: 4) Jennifer Voegel, MH - 2nd team All DAC-10 Abby Parrott, RS

Valley City State University Vikings: Head Coach: Charity Nix (1st season) Phone: 701 -845-7244 Fax: 701-845-7213 E-mail: charity.nix速.vcsu.edu Record at VCSU: 0-0 Overall Record: 0-0 Athletic Director: Doug Peters Phone: 701 -845-7160 Fax: 701 -845-7211 E-mail: doug.peters@vcsu.edu Sports Information: Cory Anderson Phone: 701 -845-7413 Fax: 701 -845-7211 E-mail: cory.anderson@vcsu.edu 2003 Season: 0-13/7-20 - 10th place in the DAC-10 Team Stats: (rank in the DAC-10) Kills: 10.82 kpg (10th) Assists: 9.66 apg (10th) Hitting: .183 (9th) Digs: 19.22 dpg (4th) Serve %: .901 (10th) Blocks: 2.55 bpg (6th) Aces: 2.01 apg (6th) Key Returnees: (Returning starters: 5) Karen Rawlings; Senior; OH; Hamiota, MB 2003 stats: 2.03 kills/game, 3.66 digs/game Sarah Hiebert; Sophomore; MH; Landmark, MB 2003 stats: 2.3 kills/game, 0.84 blocks/game, 0.48 aces/game Jackie Rohde; Sophomore; OH; Coppell, TX 2003 stats: 3.61 digs/game Kendall Campbell; Junior; RH; Belmont, MB 2003 stats: 1.88 kills/game Skye Braun; Junior; S; Cut Knife, SK 2003 stats: 8.72 assists/game Kim Bilokreli; Sophomore; L; Theodore, SK (2003 Medical redshirt) Key Newcomers: Amy Moorlson; Freshman; MH; Hartney, MB Sarah Heringer; Junior; OH; Lambert, MT Key Losses: (Starters Lost: 1) Sarah White, MH - NAIA Scholar All American

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