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AUGUST 21 ALUMNI MATCH (exh.)

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26-28 EXTENDED STAY DELUXE INVITATIONAL 26 DRURY vs UAA 7 pm 27 Drury vs Alaska Fairbanks 7 pm 28 Drury vs Alaska Fairbanks 1 pm 28 DRURY vs UAA 6 pm SEPTEMBER 3-4 at Western Oregon Invitational 3 vs UC San Diego 3 vs Metro State 4 vs Cal State San Bernardino 4 vs Humboldt State

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at Dominican at San Francisco State at Western Oregon* at Saint Martin’s* ALASKA FAIRBANKS* SIMON FRASER*

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WESTERN WASHINGTON* at Seattle Pacific*

OCTOBER 2 at Montana State Billings* 7 CENTRAL WASHINGTON* 9 NORTHWEST NAZARENE* 16 at Alaska Fairbanks * 21 at Western Washington* 23 at Simon Fraser* 28 MONTANA STATE BILLINGS* 30 SEATTLE PACIFIC*

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NOVEMBER 4 at Northwest Nazarene* 5 pm 6 at Central Washington* 6 pm 11 SAINT MARTIN’S* 7 pm 13 WESTERN OREGON* 7 pm 18-20 NCAA West Regional Championships * Great Northwest Athletic Conference match Home matches in BOLD at Wells Fargo Sports Complex / All times Alaska


QUICK FACTS · TABLE OF CONTENTS · MEDIA INFO

SEAWOLF

QUICK FACTS

2010 Team Photo & Schedule .................................................................. Inside Front Cover Quick Facts/Table of Contents/Media Information ...............................................................1 2010 Season Preview ......................................................................................................... 2-3

COACHING STAFF/ROSTER

GENERAL INFORMATION Name: University of Alaska Anchorage Website: GoSeawolves.com Location: 3211 Providence Dr. Anchorage, AK 99508 Founded: 1977 Enrollment: 20,242 Nickname: Seawolves Colors: Green & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Great Northwest Athletic Conf. Chancellor: Fran Ulmer Athletics Director: Dr. Steve Cobb Athletic Dept. Phone: 907-786-1250 Ticket Office Phone: 907-786-1293

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Chris Green, 3rd season (38-22) Alma Mater: Nebraska (’91) Phone: 907-786-1226 Email: chrisgreen@uaa.alaska.edu Assistant Coach: Nicky Rose, 11th season Alma Mater: Texas State (‘00) Phone: 907-786-4855 Email: rose@uaa.alaska.edu Grad. Assistant Coach: Emily Sakis, 2nd season Alma Mater: Montana (‘07) Phone: 907-786-1283 Email: aseds27@uaa.alaska.edu Student Assistants: Kim Stolk-Kuykendall and Stacie Meisner

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record: 23-8 2009 GNAC Finish: 1st of 9 Letterwinners Returning: 7 Starters Returning: 4 Letterwinners Lost: 3 Newcomers (including redshirts): 8 Home Arena (capacity): Wells Fargo Sports Complex (1,000)

2010 Roster ............................................................................................................................3 Head Coach Chris Green & Assistant Coach Nicky Rose ....................................................4 Assistant Coaches & Support Staff .......................................................................................5

SEAWOLF PLAYER PROFILES Returning Players ............................................................................................................. 6-14 Cortney Lundberg.......................................................................................................... 6-7 Marie Borowikow..............................................................................................................8 Shelby Hollister .................................................................................................................9 Jackie Matthisen ..............................................................................................................10 Leah McWilliams ............................................................................................................11 McKenzie Moss ...............................................................................................................12 Nikkie Viotto ...................................................................................................................13 Lee Golden & Jamie Russell ...........................................................................................14 Newcomers .................................................................................................................... 15-16 Adriana Aukusitino/Robyn Burton/Jordan Bush/Quincy Haught...................................15 Carlee Heinmiller/Siobhan Johansen/Maddie Ogden/Shana Powell ..............................16

UAA STATISTICS/RECORDS/HISTORY 2009 Seawolf Year in Review .............................................................................................17 Great Northwest Athletic Conference/Seawolf Facilities ...................................................18 Seawolf Record Book .................................................................................................... 19-30 All-Time Individual & Team Records ............................................................................19 Career Leaders .................................................................................................................20 Single-Season Leaders.....................................................................................................21 Year-by-Year Statistics ...................................................................................................22 All-Time Results ....................................................................................................... 22-26 Records vs. All Opponents ..............................................................................................27 All-Time Letterwinners ...................................................................................................28 Honor Roll ................................................................................................................. 29-30 Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational ......................................................................................31

UAA & ALASKA UAA Administration............................................................................................................32 Anchorage & Alaska..................................................................................Inside Back Cover

PROGRAM HISTORY

photo by Glenn Aronwits

First Year of Volleyball: 1980 All-Time Record: 458-451 (.504) NCAA Appearances: 3 (1989, 1990, 2009)

PRIMARY

SPORTS INFORMATION SID/Volleyball Contact: Nate Sagan Office Phone: 907-786-1295 E-Mail: nate@uaa.alaska.edu SID Fax: 907-563-4565 WFSC Courtside Phone: 907-786-4877 Assistant SID: Dallas Baldwin Office: 907-786-4625 E-Mail: dallas@uaa.alaska.edu

SUPPORT STAFF Athletic Trainer: Chris Volk Office Phone: 907-786-1326 Ticket Manager: Mary Beth Wooden Office Phone: 907-786-1293 The 2010 UAA Volleyball media guide was written, edited, designed and compiled by sports information director Nate Sagan. Editorial and cover design by Dallas Baldwin. Primary photography by Michael Dinneen. It is the policy of UAA to provide services and benefits to all students and employees without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or status as a Vietnam-era veteran. This official publication was released by the University of Alaska Anchorage to promote Seawolf Volleyball. ON THE COVER: All-GNAC performers Jackie Matthisen (background) and Cortney Lundberg look to lead the Seawolves to their second straight league title and NCAA berth.

MEDIA OUTLETS Anchorage Daily News

KRUA Radio (88.1 FM)

Beth Bragg — Sports Editor 1001 Northway Drive, Anchorage, AK 99504 Phone: (907) 257-4335 / Fax: (907) 257-4342

University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 Phone: (907) 786-6803 / Fax: (907) 786-6809

KTUU-TV (NBC – Channel 2)

KCFT-TV (GCI Cable Channel 19) Tom Steigleman – General Manager 6401 E. Northern Lights Blvd. Anchorage, AK 99504 Phone: (907) 377-2020/ Fax: (907) 333-9851

John Carpenter — Sports Director 701 E. Tudor Road, Anchorage, AK 99503 Phone: (907) 762-9229 / Fax: (907) 563-3318

KIMO-TV (ABC – Channel 13) Lauren Magiera — Sports Director Phone: (907) 762-8818 / Fax: (907) 561-8934 2700 E. Tudor Road, Anchorage, AK 99507 The Northern Light University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 Phone: (907) 786-1567 / Fax: (907) 786-1331

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MEDIA GUIDELINES For credentials or interview requests, please contact the UAA Sports Information Office at least one day in advance. Sports Information produces weekly press releases and game notes complete with statistics for each sport during the season.

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2010 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEASON PREVIEW

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n two seasons under Chris Green, the Alaska Anchorage volleyball team has ascended from the Great Northwest Athletic Conference basement all the way to the penthouse. Now comes the hard part – staying there. The 2010 campaign will be the Seawolves’ first as defending GNAC champions, following on the heels of the best season in school history. Among last year’s accomplishments, UAA posted records of 23-8 overall and 14-2 in the GNAC (winning the league by three matches), the program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament victory, and a final national rank of No. 24. With four starters among the seven total letterwinners returning from that squad, Green could have the Seawolves primed for another title run. “We certainly lost some experience with our three graduated seniors,” said Green, the 2009 GNAC Coach of the Year. “Without those three, it’s going to be tough. We lost our libero (All-GNAC honorable mention pick Stacie Meisner) and our setter (GNAC Player of the Year Calli Scott), so there are two key positions where you have your first-ball and second-ball contacts. “But I think we have plenty of talent coming in, and it will be our job as coaches to identify who gives us the best chance to succeed.” While question marks linger at setter and along the back row, Green will have the luxury of a proven set of attackers and defenders at the net, led by returning allconference players Cortney Lundberg and Jackie Matthisen. At 6-1, Lundberg – the team’s lone senior – brings both size and talent to the middle blocker position. Last year the Montana native earned second-team AVCA All-West Region and All-GNAC honors, posting a league-best 1.14 blocks per set. UAA’s all-time attack percentage leader (.298) also recorded 2.54 kills per set and hit .307 for the season. “Cortney is one of the more improved players that we’ve had over the last two years,” said Green. “We are counting on her to get some kills for us this year.” Meanwhile, Matthisen emerged in 2009 as one of the nation’s top outside hitters, finishing second in the GNAC and 15th in NCAA Division II with 4.04 kps. The former East Anchorage High School star became the first Seawolf sophomore in 20 years to earn first-team all-conference honors and also made the AVCA’s second-team all-region squad. In 16 GNAC matches,

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RIGHT: McKenzie Moss finished second on the team with 3.16 kills and 2.67 digs per set in 2009. BELOW LEFT: Senior Cortney Lundberg enters 2010 as UAA’s all-time leader in attack percentage at .298. BELOW RIGHT: Junior outside hitter Jackie Matthisen ranked No. 2 in the GNAC in points per set (4.41) while averaging 2.65 digs per set.

Matthisen improved her numbers to 4.63 kps and hit an impressive .286. Fellow local product McKenzie Moss, also a junior, rejoins Matthisen on the outside. The former Bartlett High standout made a quantum leap from her rookie season, posting numbers of 3.16 kps, 2.67 digs per set – both second-best on the team – and a .191 attack percentage. Moss took the court in every set of every match as a sophomore, leading the Seawolves with 13 double-doubles and posting double-digit kills on 21 occasions. Sophomore defensive specialist Nikkie Viotto is the Seawolves’ fourth returning starter. The Eagle River native also played in all 114 sets in 2009, averaging 1.56 dps.

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She will be one of several candidates for the libero position this year. “It will be a big battle to fill the libero spot,” Green said. “Nikkie did a good job coming in and filling that right side on the back row. I think she’s got the experience, but we have a lot of talent coming in the defensive area, and it will just be a matter of who practices the best and earns that spot.” Among the three other returning letterwinners – all sophomores – Marie Borowikow accumulated the most experience last year. The team’s tallest player at 6-3, the German played in 113 of 114 sets at outside hitter, averaging 1.69 kills, 0.83

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2010 SEAWOLF ROSTER / SEASON PREVIEW ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

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Maddie Ogden S Jordan Bush DS Adriana Aukusitino S Robyn Burton MB Cortney Lundberg MB McKenzie Moss OH Quincy Haught DS Jackie Matthisen OH Nikkie Viotto DS Siobhan Johansen S Carlee Heinmiller OH Leah McWilliams MB Marie Borowikow OH Lee Golden OH Jamie Russell MB Shelby Hollister DS Shana Powell DS/OH

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TR HS TR HS 2V 2V HS 1V 1V HS HS 1V 1V RS SQ 1V HS

Sheboygan, Wis. (North HS/Northern Michigan) Graham, Wash. (Graham Kapowsin HS) Anchorage (Service HS/Highline [Wash.] CC) Eagle River (Chugiak HS) Hardin, Mont. (HHS/Miles CC) Anchorage (Bartlett HS) Gilbert, Ariz. (GHS) Anchorage (East HS/Western Oregon) Eagle River (ERHS) Palmer (Colony HS) Haines (CHS) Pecos, Texas (PHS) Eberswalde, Germany (Alexander von Humboldt Gym.) Pembroke Pines, Fla. (Nova HS/Hillsborough CC) Loomis, Calif. (Del Oro HS) Bend, Ore. (Mountain View HS) Sterling (Soldotna HS)

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HEAD COACH: Chris Green (Nebraska ’91), 3rd season ASSISTANT COACH: Nicky Rose (Texas State ’00), 11th season GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH: Emily Sakis (Montana ’07), 2nd season STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH: Stacie Meisner, 1st season VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH: Kim Stolk-Kuykendall (UAA, ‘09), 2nd season ROSTER BY CLASS Seniors (1) Lundberg Juniors (4) Golden, Matthisen, Moss, Ogden Sophomores (6) Aukusitino, Borowikow, Hollister, McWilliams, Russell, Viotto Freshmen (5) Burton, Bush, Haught, Heinmiller, Powell

blocks and hitting .191. Oregon native Shelby Hollister is also back on the outside after playing in 112 sets as a true freshman. She ranked second on the team and 12th in the GNAC with 33 aces. Texas native Leah McWilliams saw action in eight matches last year and will be one of the candidates to replace departed senior Ashley Bates at the other middle blocker position, along with returning squad member Jamie Russell. Perhaps the strongest pound-for-pound player on the team, Lee Golden could make a major impact after sitting out 2009 as a redshirt. The former JC transfer from Hillsborough (Fla.) Community College gives UAA one of the deepest outside-hitter talent pools in Division II.

ROSTER BY STATE/COUNTRY Alaska (8) Oregon (1) Aukusitino, Burton, Heinmiller, Hollister Johansen, Matthisen, Texas (1) Moss, Powell, Viotto McWilliams Arizona (1) Washington (1) Haught Bush Wisconsin (1) California (1) Russell Ogden Florida (1) Germany (1) Golden Borowikow Montana (1) Lundberg

Meanwhile, a pair of transfers and one true freshman will battle for playing time at the setter position. Northern Michigan transfer Maddie Ogden brings the most experience, having played the last two seasons in one of the nation’s toughest regions. As a freshman in 2008, Ogden led the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with 10.39 assists per set. After sitting out a year from the sport, Anchorage native Adriana Aukusitino returns to the court with the Seawolves. The former Service High standout was a JC allstar as a freshman setter at Highline (Wash.) Community College in 2008. Meanwhile, Palmer native Siobhan Johansen joins the fray after helping Colony High to a Class 4A State Tournament run-

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ner-up finish in 2009, capturing the tourney’s Most Outstanding Setter award. Johansen is one of six true freshmen, including four Alaskans, to come aboard in 2010. Traveling the shortest distance but expected to make a big splash is Chugiak High product Robyn Burton. After helping the Mustangs to the state tournament the past two seasons, Green thinks the 5-11 middle blocker will push the returners for playing time. On the back row, Quincy Haught (Gilbert, Ariz.), Jordan Bush (Graham, Wash.) and Shana Powell (Sterling/Soldotna HS) will be among the candidates at libero after outstanding prep careers. Middle blocker and Haines native Carlee Heinmiller will join the squad in a walk-on role as well.

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SEAWOLF COACHING STAFF

CHRIS GREEN Head Coach • 3rd Season

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n just two seasons at the helm of the Alaska Anchorage volleyball program, head coach Chris Green has led the Seawolves to one of the most remarkable turnarounds in collegiate volleyball, culminating with the program’s first-ever Great Northwest Athletic Conference title and NCAA Tournament win last year. After being picked to finish seventh in the GNAC’s preseason coaches’ poll, Green’s 2009 squad wound up winning the league by three full matches, boosted by a school-record 13-match win streak. The Nebraska native earned both the GNAC and NCAA Div. II West Region coach-of-the-year awards as the Seawolves tied for the best winning percentage (.742) and posted the second-most victories in program history. In addition to Green’s individual honors, UAA also garnered the GNAC’s Player of the Year award from senior setter Calli Scott, plus first-team all-league accolades by sophomore outside hitter Jackie Matthisen under his leadership. In 2008, Green took over a UAA club that had won just five matches the previous campaign, producing a solid 15-14 mark. The Seawolves captured the title of their own Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational and recorded their first win over a ranked team in almost a decade when they beat then-No. 8 Augustana. Under Green’s tutelage, outside hitter Rhea Cardwell became UAA’s first volleyball All-American, and Scott became the first Seawolf to earn GNAC Newcomer of the Year accolades. Coming off four straight national semifinals appearances and the 2007 national title, Green made the jump from junior college to the NCAA Division II level in the spring of 2008. Before becoming the sixth coach UAA history, he spent the previous nine seasons (1999-07) as the head coach at Western Nebraska Community College in Scottsbluff, Neb. Green built a powerhouse program at WNCC, compiling a 453-55 record that culminated in the 2007 NJCAA Div. I national championship. The Cougars finished in the top 10 at the national tournament in all of Green’s seasons, including a current string of four straight ‘Final 4’ appearances. In the last three seasons, WNCC went 163-7 and finished national runner-up in 2006. Under Green’s tutelage, the Cougars earned a total of 10 first-team and six second-team All-America certificates and regularly placed players at NCAA Div. I and II programs. WNCC’s players also found success in the classroom, with the team maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average in all nine of his seasons. The Gering, Neb., native also coached seven years at the prep level, including a 4-year stint at Kauai High School in Lihue, Hawaii. Green earned a bachelor of science in mathematics from the University of Nebraska in 1991, and received his master’s degree from the University of Wyoming in 1995.

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THE GREEN FILE Hometown: Gering, Neb. Education: B.S., Mathematics, Nebraska, 1991; M.S., Teaching Mathematics, Wyoming, 1995 Record at UAA: 38-22, 2 years Overall: 491-77 (.864) in 11 years (including 9 years at JC level)

2009 GNAC Coach of the Year 2009 Div. II West Region Coach of the Year 2007 NJCAA National Champions at Western Nebraska Nine straight NJCAA Nationals appearances at Western Nebraska

NICKY ROSE Assistant Coach • 11th Season

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icky Rose enters her 11th year as an assistant coach with the Seawolves in 2010. Her primary responsibilities include recruiting, match preparation and on-court instruction. A setter during her playing days, Rose played a key role as UAA captured its first Great Northwest Athletic title in 2009, helping tutor Seawolf setter Calli Scott as she captured GNAC Player of the Year and honorable mention All-America honors. Rose was a four-year letterwinner at Southwest Texas State, where she earned second team All-Southland Conference honors three times. She was the Southland Conference Tournament MVP as a senior, and was named to the all-tournament team as a junior. The career record-holder for digs at SWT, Rose also received the school’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award in 1998. Rose established herself on the local volleyball scene as a prep star at Anchorage’s Dimond High School.

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SEAWOLF COACHING & SUPPORT STAFF

KIM STOLK-KUYKENDALL

EMILY SAKIS Graduate Assistant Coach 2nd Season

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mily Sakis enters her second season on the Seawolf staff as a graduate assistant coach in 2010. Before contributing to UAA’s 2009 GNAC title in her first season, the Palmer native played middle blocker two seasons at Div. I Montana, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology, with a focus on criminology and a minor in psychology. At Northeastern (Colo.) Junior College, Sakis earned second-team All-America honors, and she was the Region III MVP for Palmer High School in 2002 and 2003. After spending a year in China after college graduation, she began her college coaching career in 2008 as a volunteer assistant at Dickinson (N.D.) State. Sakis is currently pursuing her master’s degree in social work at UAA.

STACIE MEISNER Student Assistant Coach 1st Season

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ormer UAA back-row standout Stacie Meisner joins Chris Green’s coaching staff in 2010. Meisner concluded her two-year playing career at UAA by earning honorable mention All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference honors in 2009 as the Seawolves captured the league title. The team’s full-time libero finished No. 2 on UAA’s all-time list for digs per set and No. 3 in aces per set. She also played for Green at Western Nebraska Community College for two seasons, where she earned her associate’s degree in journalism and helped the Cougars to the 2007 NJCAA national title. The Gering, Neb., native is currently completing her bachelor’s in journalism and public communications at UAA.

CHRIS VOLK Head Athletic Trainer 17th Season

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ead athletic trainer Chris Volk enters her 17th season with the UAA Athletic Department in 2010-11. Volk cares for the treatment and prevention of injuries to Seawolf student-athletes and manages the overall operation of the Sport Medicine office. A 1979 graduate of the University of Dayton with a bachelor’s degree in biology, Volk also earned a master’s degree in biology from UD in 1986. She is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association.

Volunteer Assistant Coach 2nd Season

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ormer Seawolf Kim Stolk-Kuykendall returns to Chris Green’s staff for her second season on the bench in 2010. A middle blocker with the Seawolves in 2006 and 2007, the California native led the team with 1.01 blocks per set and was No. 2 in attack percentage (.199) as a senior. Stolk-Kuykendall earned her bachelor’s degree in physical education in December 2009 and is now pursing a masters in education at UAA.

NATE SAGAN Sports Information Director 12th Season

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ate Sagan enters his 12th year at the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2010-11 and his 11th as the primary media contact for the Seawolf volleyball team. In addition to overseeing the athletic communications needs for UAA, he is the primary contact for men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball and gymnastics. After undergraduate work and internships at the University of Oregon and the University of California Berkeley, Sagan returned to his alma mater in 1999 and assumed head SID duties three years later. As the media liaison for UAA’s 11 intercollegiate sports, he is also responsible for the department’s publications and the GoSeawolves.com website. The Kansas City, Mo., native earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism and public communication from UAA in 1997, and he is a 1991 graduate of East Anchorage High School. He and his wife Christine are the parents of two daughters, Petula and Daphne.

SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF Head Team Physician Jeff Moore, MD Team Physician Emeritus William G. Mills, Jr., MD Team Physicians Richard McEvoy, MD Paul Steer, MD Sports Medicine Consultants Joella Beard, MD Keith Brownsberger, MD Leo Bustad, MD Leslie Dean, MD Jay Derksen, DM Mary Ann Foland, MD

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Robert Gieringer, MD Larry Levine, MD C.J. Little, MD Nell Loftin, MD Brett Mason, DO William J. Mills, MD David McGuire, MD Jan Nyboer, MD Elisha Powell, MD Douglas Prevost, MD Bret Rosane, MD Greg Stone, DM George Stransky, MD Kenneth Swayman, DPM Tom Vasileff, MD Judith Whitcomb, MD

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SEAWOLF PLAYER PROFILES

Cortney Lundberg #5 SENIOR / 2VL 6-1 / Middle Blocker Hardin, Montana Hardin HS Miles CC 2009 (Junior): Earned AVCA All-West Region 2nd Team and AllGreat Northwest Athletic Conference 2nd Team honors … led GNAC and ranked 19th in NCAA Div. II with 1.14 blocks per set … boosted average to 1.35 bps in league play as Seawolves went 14-2 and captured first-ever GNAC title … ranked 4th in GNAC with .307 attack percentage and 15th with 3.25 points per set, helping UAA tie best overall record in program history (23-8) … tallied double-digit kills on 12 occasions, hit .400 or better nine times, and had 5-plus blocks in nine matches … earned GNAC co-Player of the Week honors for Oct. 12-18 after totaling 21 kills on .528 hitting and 13 total blocks (5 solo) in UAA’s road sweep of playoff contenders Seattle Pacific and NW Nazarene … set school record (min. 12 attacks) for single-match attack percentage with an .895 mark (17 kills-0 errors-19 attacks) in home win over Saint Martin’s … posted ‘double-double’ with 11 kills and 11 total blocks in 4-set home win over Central Washington … had career-high 19 kills and 7 total blocks to help UAA rally from 0-2 deficit and earn first-ever win over BYU-Hawaii … tallied 8 kills and 6 blocks in UAA’s NCAA Tournament 1st Round win over 14th-ranked Hawaii-Hilo … other top efforts included 10 kills (.625 att%) and 5 blocks in sweep of 21st-ranked and eventual West Region runner-up Cal State-L.A.; 15 kills (.462) and 3 blocks in 4-set home win over SPU; and 12 kills and 7 blocks in 5-set road win over CWU … on UAA single-season lists, ranked 4th in attack pct. (.307), 12th in block assists (100) and 13th in total blocks (130) … finished junior season as UAA’s current career leader in attack percentage (.298), along with other career ranks of 7th in blocks per set (1.4), 9th in total blocks (235) and block assists (183), and 13th in block solos (52). 2008 (Sophomore): Led Seawolves and posted GNAC ranks of 5th in blocks per set (0.93) and 7th in attack percentage (.290), earning honorable mention All-GNAC honors in her first D-II campaign … ranked 91st nationally in blocks per set … finished

LUNDBERG’S CAREER STATISTICS Season SP-MP K 2008 (So) 113-29 258 2009 (Jr) 114-31 290 Totals 227-60 548

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K/S E TA Pct 2.28 88 587 .290 2.54 105 603 .307 2.41 193 1190 .298

A A/S SA SA/S 12 0.11 0 0.00 7 0.06 0 0.00 19 0.08 0 0.00

SE RE DIG D/S 0 0 39 0.35 0 0 33 0.29 0 0 72 0.32

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BS BA TB 22 83 105 30 100 130 52 183 235

B/S BE BHE 0.93 7 0 1.14 10 1 1.04 17 1


SEAWOLF PLAYER PROFILES third on team in kills per set (2.57), helping UAA to first winning record (15-14) since 2003 … played in every set of all 29 matches, recording nine matches with at least 5 blocks, and 14 matches with double-digit kills … hit .500 or better (with at least 5 kills) on nine different occasions ... named GNAC honorable mention Player of the Week (Sept. 8) after outstanding performance at Grand Canyon Cactus Classic, where she hit .406 and averaged 1.67 bps in helping UAA to a 3-1 record … tallied double-double with 10 kills and 11 blocks (3 solo-8 assist) in 4-set loss to Point Loma Nazarene … hit .733 (11-0-15) in home win over Saint Martin’s … had 15 kills (.500) and 8 block assists in home win over Central Washington … other top performances included 15 kills and 6 block assists in season-ending 3-2 loss at 18thranked Western Washington; errorless hitting (10-0-16, .625) in Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational win over Texas Woman’s, helping Seawolves to championship of own tourney; and 13 kills in UAA’s upset of 8th-ranked Augustana … tabbed team’s Most Improved Player at season-ending banquet. BEFORE UAA: Earned All-MonDak Conference honors as freshman in 2007 at Miles CC in Miles City, Mont. ... led Miles and ranked 17th in NJCAA Region IX in attack percentage (.309) ... had season-high 21 kills. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned Class A all-state and Eastern A Conference first-team all-league honors, leading Hardin to 3rd-place finish at divisional championships as senior in 2006 ... team MVP and co-captain as senior ... helped Bulldogs to divisional titles in 2004 and 2005, placing 2nd at State as sophomore and 3rd at State as junior ... earned team’s Most Improved award as junior ... lettered three times in volleyball and once in tennis. PERSONAL: Born Courtney Phyllis Lundberg on Feb. 25, 1989 in Hardin, Mont. ... daughter of Joy and Jay Lundberg ... hobbies include reading and boating ... psychology major.

LUNDBERG’S CAREER HIGHS Kills – 19 at BYU-Hawaii, 9/11/09 Attacks – 39 at BYU-Hawaii, 9/11/09 Att.% – .895 (17-0-19) vs Saint Martin’s, 10/3/09 Aces – 0 Assists – 2, three times (last at Seattle Pacific, 10/23/08) Block Assists – 10 vs Central Washington, 10/22/09 Block Solos – 4 at Northwest Nazarene, 10/17/09 Total Blocks – 11, twice (last vs Central Washington, 10/22/09) Digs – 6 vs Western Oregon, 11/1/08

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SEAWOLF PLAYER PROFILES

Marie Borowikow #13 SOPHOMORE / 1VL 6-3 / Outside Hitter Eberswalde, Germany Alexander von Humboldt Gymnasium 2009 (Freshman): Played in 113 of 114 sets for Great Northwest Athletic Conference champs as a freshman, finishing third on team in blocks (0.83 bps) and fourth in kills (1.69 kps) … ranked 10th in GNAC in blocks per set and posted solid .191 attack% as Seawolves equaled best record in program history (23-8) … tallied double-digit kills in seven matches, including four times in GNAC contests … also totaled five or more blocks on seven occasions … helped UAA to title of own Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational, hitting .363 with 38 kills in first four collegiate matches … delivered six kills and season-best seven total blocks in 3-2 NCAA Tournament victory over 14th-ranked Hawaii-Hilo … had season-best attack percentage (.500) and kills total (12) in ESD Invite title-match win over Academy of Art … other top matches included 11 kills on .417 hitting in 3-0 home win over NW Nazarene; 10 kills on .400 hitting in 3-1 home win over GNAC runner-up Seattle Pacific; and 10 kills on .429 hitting and five blocks in 3-1 home win over Western Washington. BEFORE UAA: Played for Angermünde e.V., near hometown of Eberswalde, Germany ... graduated from Alexander von Humboldt Gymnasium (high school). PERSONAL: Born Feb. 7, 1990 in Berlin, Germany … daughter of Alexander and Birgitt Borowikow … interests include skiing, reading and writing … psychology major.

BOROWIKOW’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 (Fr)

SP-MP K 113-31 191

K/S 1.69

E 82

TA Pct 570 .191

A A/S SA SA/S 20 0.18 0 0.0

SE RE DIG D/S 0 0 44 0.39

BS 7

BA 87

TB 94

B/S BE BHE 0.83 6 6

BOROWIKOW’S CAREER HIGHS Kills – 12, twice (last vs Academy of Art, 8/29/09) Attacks – 31 vs Central Washington, 10/22/09 Att.% – .500, twice (last at SPU [7-0-14], 10/15/09) Aces – 0 Assists – 3, twice (last at Central Wash., 9/26/09)

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Block Assists – 6, twice (last vs UH Hilo, 11/19/09) Block Solos – 3 vs Cal State-Domingz Hills, 9/6/09 Total Blocks – 7 vs Hawaii Hilo, 11/19/09 Digs – 5 vs Mary, 8/29/09

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SEAWOLF PLAYER PROFILES

Shelby Hollister #16 SOPHOMORE / 1VL 5-10 / Outside Hitter Bend, Oregon Mountain View HS

2009 (Freshman): Played in 112 of 114 sets for UAA’s firstever GNAC title squad as a true freshman … ranked second on team and 12th in GNAC with 0.29 aces per set … tallied second-most total aces (33) among GNAC freshmen … served season-best four aces in 4-set road win over Western Oregon … other top showings included three aces in Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational title win over Academy of Art; season-highs of eight digs and two assists in 4-set home win over Central Washington; and two aces in 5-set NCAA Tournament victory over 14thranked Hawaii-Hilo. HIGH SCHOOL: All-Intermountain Conference and honorable mention all-state selection as a senior at Mountain View High in 2008 ... helped Cougars to 20-4 record and second place at 5A state tournament, earning 2nd team all-tourney honors ... broke school record for kills in a match with 19 ... captained varsity squad both junior and senior campaigns ... honors student ... earned Principal’s Award and nominated for High Desert Hero award ... played for Rimrock club team. PERSONAL: Born Shelby Brooke Hollister on June 28, 1991 ... daughter of Evan Hollister and Jennifer Connolly ... interests include horseback riding and traveling … major is undeclared.

HOLLISTER’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 (Fr)

SP-MP 112-31

K 0

K/S 0.00

E 1

TA Pct 7 –.143

A A/S SA SA/S 6 0.05 33 0.29

SE RE DIG D/S 35 0 47 0.42

BS 0

BA 0

TB 0

B/S BE BHE 0.00 0 0

HOLLISTER’S CAREER HIGHS Kills – 0 Attacks – 2 vs Kentucky Wesleyan, 8/28/09 Att.% – n/a Aces – 4, twice (last at Western Oregon, 10/29/09) Assists – 2 vs Central Washington, 10/22/09

Block Assists – 0 Block Solos – 0 Total Blocks – 0 Digs – 8 vs Central Washington, 10/22/09

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Jackie Matthisen #8 JUNIOR / 1VL 5-11 / Outside Hitter Anchorage, Alaska East HS Western Oregon 2009 (Sophomore): Became first Seawolf sophomore in 20 years to earn 1st Team all-conference honors after helping UAA to its first-ever GNAC title … also voted 2nd Team All-West Region by AVCA … named to West Regional Championships all-tourney team after leading UAA with 31 kills in two matches … ranked 2nd in GNAC and 15th nationally with 4.04 kills per set … held other GNAC ranks of 2nd in points per set (4.41) and 11th in attack pct. (.250) … improved numbers to 4.63 kps, .286 att pct., and 5.04 pps in GNAC contests as UAA finished 14-2 and won league title by three matches … tallied double-digit kills in final 22 matches, averaging 4.48 kps in that span … ranked second on team with 2.65 digs per set and 11 ‘double-doubles’ … delivered 19 kills and 3 blocks — including consecutive blocks and a kill on match point — in 3-2 (15-12) NCAA victory over Hawaii-Hilo … posted team-high 12 kills in playoff loss to eventual NCAA semifinalist Cal State San Bernardino … GNAC Player of the Week for Sept. 22-28 after totaling 50 kills, 33 digs and nine blocks in 5-set road wins over Western Washington and Central Washington … named to All-Tournament Team at Extended Stay Deluxe Invite, posting 14 kills (.364) and 12 digs in title-match win over Academy of Art … other top matches included 21 kills in 4-set home win over GNAC runner-up Seattle Pacific; 18 kills and career-high 19 digs in 4-set road win over former team Western Oregon; 20 kills (.371) and career-high 3 aces in home win over WOU; and 25 kills and 10 digs in comeback from 0-2 deficit to beat BYU-Hawaii … finished No. 5 on UAA’s singleseason lists for kills (457), kills per set (4.04) and attacks (1,214) … made GNAC All-Academic Team with 3.35 overall GPA. 2008: Redshirted after transferring from Western Oregon. BEFORE UAA: Played freshman season at Western Oregon in 2007, helping Wolves to first-ever NCAA Tournament berth … saw action in 16 of 26 matches, including two starts, playing reserve role behind two veteran middle blockers … averaged 0.61 kills and 0.44 blocks per game, and hit for .037 (22-19-81) percentage. HIGH SCHOOL: Helped East High to Cook Inlet Conference title and runner-up finish at 2006 Class 4A State Championships as a senior … named to All-State Tournament squad as a junior and senior. PERSONAL: Born Jackie Elise Matthisen on July 8, 1989 … daughter of Barry Matthisen and Peggy McBride ... biological sciences major.

MATTHISEN’S CAREER HIGHS Kills – 28 at Western Washington, 9/24/09 Attacks – 78 at Central Washington, 9/26/09 Att.% – .444 (14-2-27) vs MSU Billings, 9/18/09 Aces – 3 vs Western Oregon, 10/1/09 Assists – 3 vs Northwest Nazarene, 11/12/09 Block Assists – 4, three times (last at Central Washington, 9/26/09) Block Solos – 1, five times Total Blocks – 5 at Central Washington, 9/26/09 Digs – 19 at Western Oregon, 10/29/09

MATTHISEN’S CAREER STATISTICS (UAA ONLY) Season SP-MP K 2009 (So) 113-31 457

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K/S E TA Pct 4.04 153 1214 .250

A A/S SA SA/S 19 0.17 15 0.13

SE RE DIG D/S 9 36 300 2.65

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BS 5

BA 43

TB 48

B/S BE BHE 0.42 2 0


SEAWOLF PLAYER PROFILES

Leah McWilliams #12 SOPHOMORE / 1VL 6-0 / Middle Blocker Pecos, Texas Pecos HS

2009 (Freshman): Saw action in eight matches and 12 sets as true freshman … tallied first career kill in season-opening victory over Kentucky Wesleyan … had first aces, two digs and block assist in home loss to Montana State Billings. HIGH SCHOOL: Played senior season at Pecos High and first three years at Marfa High ... MVP in District 2-1A for two years and earned same honor in District 4-3A in senior season ... named to Texas Girls’ Coaches Association All-State Team for three years in a row ... competed for West squad at 2009 TGCA AllStar Match … earned team’s Outstanding Offensive Player and Norma Matta Fighting Heart awards … in basketball, earned District 1A MVP and multiple all-district honors … in softball, earned all-state accolades as sophomore and junior … helped Pecos to 2009 district championship in track & field, doing triple and long jumps and running on all three relays … earned 15 total varsity letters (4 VB, 4 BB, 3 SB, 4 T&F). PERSONAL: Born Sept. 29, 1990 in Alpine, Texas … sister of former UAA all-league outside hitter O’Lita McWilliams (200203) … daughter of Brent and Ruth McWilliams … coached by mother all four years of high school, plus by father in basketball and track & field … interests include photography, music, reading and cooking … major is undeclared.

MCWILLIAMS’ CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 (Fr)

SP-MP 12-8

K 3

K/S 0.25

E 3

TA Pct 18 .000

A A/S SA SA/S 3 0.25 1 0.08

SE RE DIG D/S 1 0 3 0.25

BS 0

BA 1

TB 1

B/S BE BHE 0.08 0 1

McWILLIAMS’ CAREER HIGHS Kills – 1, three times Attacks – 6 vs Cal St-Dominguez Hills, 9/5/09 Att.% – .000 (1-1-6) vs CSUDH, 9/509 Aces – 1 vs MSU Billings, 9/18/09 Assists – 2 vs MSU Billings, 9/18/09

Block Assists – 1 vs MSU Billings, 9/18/09 Block Solos – 0 Total Blocks – 1 vs MSU Billings, 9/18/09 Digs – 2 vs MSU Billings, 9/18/09

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McKenzie Moss #6 JUNIOR / 2VL 5-11 / Outside Hitter Anchorage, Alaska Bartlett HS 2009 (Sophomore): Played in every set of every of match for UAA’s first GNAC title squad, ranking 2nd on team in kills per set (3.16) and digs per set (2.67) … led team with 13 double-doubles as Seawolves equaled best record in school history (23-8) and finished No. 24 in final national poll … recorded GNAC ranks of 7th in kills per set and 10th in points per set (3.57) … reached doubledigit kills 21 times and double-digit digs on 16 occasions … had 11 kills and 2 assists in UAA’s 3-2 upset of 14th-ranked HawaiiHilo in NCAA Tournament … made all-tourney team at seasonopening Extended Stay Deluxe Invite, helping UAA repeat as champs with career-high 20 kills (.400 att.%) and 14 digs in win over Mary … had 14 kills and career-highs of 21 digs and 3 aces to help UAA rally from 2-set deficit in win at BYU-Hawaii … other top performances included 17 kills and 21 digs in 3-2 (1513) road win over Central Washington; 17 kills on .375 hitting in 4-set home win over CWU; and 15 kills and 15 digs in 5-set win at Western Washington … finished 10th on UAA’s single-season lists for kills (360) and attacks (1,018), plus 19th in kills per set (3.16). 2008 (Freshman): Appeared in 10 matches as true freshman, accounting for 21 kills and three blocks ... tallied multiple kills in five matches, including season-high seven in 5-set home loss to UAF ... had 4 kills on 6 attacks in win over Ohio Valley ... made huge contribution off bench in home win over Central Washington, notching spike to put UAA up by two points late in 5th set. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-Cook Inlet Conference first-team honors as a senior in 2007 ... named Bartlett’s Team MVP as a junior and senior ... earned honorable mention all-league honors in 2006 ... named to numerous all-tournament teams, including three years in a row at West Spiketacular ... twice named all-state and was three-time All-CIC in softball, helping Golden Bears to Class 4A State runner-up finish as a junior ... lettered four times in softball and three times in volleyball. PERSONAL: Born McKenzie Blair Moss on July 13, 1990 in Anchorage ... daughter of Steve and Joyce Moss ... civil engineering major.

MOSS’S CAREER HIGHS Kills – 20 vs Mary, 8/29/09 Attacks – 52 at Central Washington, 9/26/09 Att. Pct – .438 (14-3-24) vs Ky. Wesleyan, 8/28/09 Aces – 3, twice (last at CS San Bern., 11/20/09) Assists – 3 at Chaminade, 9/12/09 Block Assists – 4 vs Ky. Wesleyan, 8/28/09 Block Solos – 2, twice (last vs UAF, 11/4/09) Total Blocks – 5 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 11/4/09 Digs – 21, twice (last at Cent. Wash., 9/26/09)

MOSS’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008 (Fr) 2009 (So) Totals

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SP-MP K 17-10 21 114-31 360 131-41 381

K/S E TA Pct 1.24 17 76 .053 3.16 166 1018 .191 2.91 183 1094 .181

A A/S SA SA/S 0 0.00 0 0.00 22 0.19 30 0.26 22 0.17 30 0.23

SE RE DIG D/S 0 0 3 0.18 32 45 304 2.67 32 45 307 2.34

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BS 2 4 6

BA 1 26 27

TB 3 30 33

B/S BE BHE 0.18 0 0 0.26 5 2 0.25 5 2


SEAWOLF PLAYER PROFILES

Nikkie Viotto #9 SOPHOMORE / 1VL 5-8 / Defensive Specialist Eagle River, Alaska Eagle River HS

2009 (Freshman): Played every set of every match as true freshman, helping Seawolves capture first-ever Great Northwest Athletic Conference title and equal best record (23-8) in program history … finished 4th on team in digs per set (1.56) and total aces (27) … dished 3rd-most assists (27) on squad as well … tallied double-digit digs on three occasions, including seasonhigh 12 in 4-set home win over Central Washington; other top matches included 9 digs and 2 aces in home win over fellow NCAA Tournament qualifier Seattle Pacific; 3 aces and 6 digs in road win over Hawaii Pacific; and 3 assists, 2 aces, 6 digs and a kills in 3-2 (15-13) road victory over CWU. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year team MVP and captain at Eagle River High, coached by former Seawolf Bobbi (Souter) Mason ... earned All-Cook Inlet Conference honors every season ... as junior in 2007, was named to the All-State Tournament Team after leading Wolves to 3rd-place finish in their first-ever State appearance ... as senior in 2008, earned MVP honors at Shayna Pritchard Memorial tourney and was all-tourney pick at every other event she played in … also played four straight seasons on Midnight Sun select travel team that participated in prestigious Reno Festival ... member of Team Alaska’s gold ulu-winning squad at 2008 Arctic Winter Games in Yellowknife, Canada … recipient of UA Academic Scholar Award. PERSONAL: Born Oct. 23, 1990 in Sands, Mich. … daughter of Mark and Jackie Viotto … interests include sport fishing, camping, dancing and reading … journalism & public communications major.

VIOTTO’S CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 (Fr)

SP-MP 114-31

K 5

K/S 0.04

E 6

TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S 38 –.026 27 0.24 27 0.24

SE RE DIG D/S 36 27 178 1.56

BS 0

BA 2

TB 2

B/S BE BHE 0.02 0 1

VIOTTO’S CAREER HIGHS Kills – 2 at MSU Billings, 9/28/09 Attacks – 5 vs Academy of Art, 8/29/09 Att. Pct. – n/a Aces – 3, twice (last at MSU Billings, 9/28/09) Assists – 3, twice (last at Cent. Wash., 9/26/09)

Block Assists – 1 vs Academy of Art, 8/28/09 Block Solos – 0 Total Blocks – 1 vs Academy of Art, 8/28/09 Digs – 12 vs Central Washington, 10/22/09

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SEAWOLF PROFILES – REDSHIRTS & SQUAD MEMBERS

#14 Lee Golden Junior / RS 5-9 / Outside Hitter Pembroke Pines, Florida Nova HS / Hillsborough CC 2009: Redshirted. BEFORE UAA: Played two seasons at Hillsborough Community College in home state of Florida, helping squad to consecutive national tournament berths ... as a sophomore in 2008, earned honorable mention all-conference honors as HCC went 34-9 and finished 8th at NJCAA Tournament ... helped HCC go unbeaten in Suncoast Conference play and win Florida State JC title. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered three years in volleyball at Nova High, winning both Most Improved and Most Valuable Player honors ... two-time team captain ... lettered twice in softball and flag football, plus once in basketball ... helped flag football team to state runner-up finish. PERSONAL: Born Oct. 5, 1989 in Miami, Fla. ... daughter of Derrick Golden and Patricia Gascoigne ... has three brothers and two sisters ... enjoys extreme sports and dancing … physical education major.

#15 Jamie Russell SOPHOMORE / SQ 6-1 / Middle Blocker Loomis, California Del Oro HS 2009: Did not see match action for UAA’s GNAC title squad. HIGH SCHOOL: All-Sierra Foothill League and Second Team AllMetro pick as a senior in 2008 ... led Del Oro High to a 23-11 record and its second straight Sac Joaquin Section playoff appearance ... ranked second in SFL in kills per set as a senior, averaging 1.8 … led DOHS to title at Sheldon tournament. PERSONAL: Born Jamie L. Russell on May 18, 1991 in Denver, Colo. … daughter of Craig and Lisa Russell … major is undeclared.

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SEAWOLF PLAYER PROFILES – NEWCOMERS

#3 Adriana Aukusitino

#2 Jordan bush

Sophomore / TR 5-7 / Setter Anchorage, Alaska Service HS / Highline [Wash.] CC

Freshman / HS 5-4 / Defensive Specialist Graham, Washington Graham Kapowsin HS

BEFORE UAA: Played freshman season at Highline Community College in Des Moines, Wash., in 2008 … earned 2nd Team All-NWAACC West Region honors … averaged 6.84 assists, 1.07 kills, 1.78 digs and 0.44 blocks per set and registered .227 attack pct. … boosted team to 31-22 overall record and 3rdplace tie in West Division (9-5). HIGH SCHOOL: Earned 1st Team All-Cook Inlet Conference honors as senior at Service High in 2007 … named all-tourney at 2007 West SpikeTacular … earned four varsity letters for Cougars, including on 2004 team that won Cook Inlet Conference, Region IV and Class 4A State titles … lettered three times in basketball and twice in track & field (throwing events) … also played for Midnight Sun Volleyball Club.

HIGH SCHOOL: Led Graham Kapowsin High to 20-3 record as senior, culminating with 6th-place finish at Class 4A State Tournament … helped Eagles win SPSL South Division title with 9-0 league record … earned Most Dedicated Player team award … helped team earn district tournament berth as junior … played club for Sudden Impact VBC, helping team to nationals in 2009 and 2010. PERSONAL: Born Jordan Lynn Bush on April 24, 1992 in Tacoma, Wash. … daughter of Mark and Heather Bush … interests include reading, traveling and scuba diving … major is undeclared.

PERSONAL: Born Adriana Vaitoelau Aukusitino on Sept. 26, 1989 in Anchorage … daughter of Leo and Kasey Aukusitino … premajoring in social work.

#4 Robyn burton

#7 Quincy Haught

Freshman / HS 5-11 / Middle Blocker Eagle River, Alaska Chugiak HS

Freshman / HS 5-7 / Defensive Specialist Gilbert, Arizona Gilbert HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Led Chugiak High to 5th-place finish at 2009 Alaska 4A State Championships, capturing All-Tournament Team and Outstanding Hitter honors … also made all-tourney teams at Region IV and Dimond-Service tournaments … led Mustangs to both Cook Inlet Conference and Region IV titles as senior … propelled Mustangs to State runner-up finish as junior in 2008, earning alltourney honors … also played for Alaska Volleyball Association, Alaska Ice Volleyball and Midnight Sun club teams. PERSONAL: Born Robyn Nicole Burton on Aug. 6, 1992 in Bethesda, Md. … daughter of Orrin Burton and Tammy Sullivan … interests include reading, drawing and scrapbooking … biological sciences major.

HIGH SCHOOL: Helped Gilbert High to a 36-9 overall record (12-0 league) and 5A-1 Central Region title as a senior in 2009, accumulating 572 digs … twice named honorable-mention all-state by the Arizona Republic and 2nd team all-region by the East Valley Tribune … as a junior in 2008, led the Fiesta League by more than two digs per set with a 5.4 average, leading team to a 33-12 record and an unbeaten mark in conference …played varsity all four seasons, winning Fiesta League each year … played for Arizona Storm club team, helping squad earn national tourney berth three straight years. PERSONAL: Born Quincy Braun Haught on Mar. 18, 1992 in Anchorage … daughter of Wayne Haught and Stacie Tidwell … interests include reading, coloring and longboarding … geological sciences major.

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#11 Carlee Heinmiller

#1 Maddie Ogden

Freshman / HS 5-10 / Outside Hitter Haines, Alaska Haines HS

Junior / TR 6-1 / Setter Sheboygan, Wisconsin North HS / Northern Michigan

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters in volleyball and three in basketball at Haines High … named first-team All-Region V and team MVP as a junior and senior … tabbed with team’s Best Offensive Player award three times … MVP of UC San Diego Elite Camp in 2009 … named all-tournament at JIVE tourney in 2008 and 2009. PERSONAL: Born Carlee Mae Heinmiller on Dec. 7, 1992 in Sarasota, Fla. … daughter of Lee Heinmiller and Judy Erekson … was Haines High salutatorian, earning high-honor roll accolades all four years … earned UA Scholar status … art major.

BEFORE UAA: Played two seasons at fellow Division II program Northern Michigan … averaged 8.47 assists per set and 1.92 digs per set as sophomore in 2009 despite splitting time with another setter … as freshman, led Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with 10.39 assists per set, along with solid averages of 1.77 digs and 0.56 blocks. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters in both volleyball and softball at Sheboygan North High … two-time all-area selection … named first-team all-conference as junior and senior and second-team all-league as sophomore … team captain and earned Teammate of the Year award as senior in 2008 … also played for Fond du Lac and Go Fish volleyball clubs. PERSONAL: Born Madeline May Ogden on January 12, 1990 in Plymouth, Wis. … daughter of Nancy and Merle Ogden … enjoys art, music and outdoors activities … premajoring in fine arts.

#10 Siobhan Johansen

#17 Shana Powell

Freshman / HS 5-7 / Setter Palmer, Alaska Colony HS

Freshman / HS 5-7 / Defensive Specialist Sterling, Alaska Soldotna HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Named Outstanding Setter at 2009 Class 4A State Tournament after leading Colony High to runner-up finish … captured Northern Lights Conference North Division MVP honors as senior … led Knights to the NLC regular-season crown as junior. PERSONAL: Born Siobhan Mara Johansen on Aug. 6, 1992 in Anchorage … daughter of Bill and Jacqui Johansen … major is undeclared.

HIGH SCHOOL: Tallied 148 kills and 130 digs for Soldotna High in 2009, leading Stars to 23-2 record … powered Stars to Northern Lights Conference tournament crown and captured NLC South Division MVP honors … twice named to NLC all-conference team … made All-Tournament Team at 2009 Class 4A State Tournament as So-Hi earned school-best 4th-place finish … named MVP of Shayna Pritchard Memorial Tournament and all-tourney at West SpikeTacular in 2009 … NLC MVP in soccer as junior and all-league as sophomore … earned three letters in volleyball and four in soccer … played three years for Peninsula Midnight Sun Volleyball Club. PERSONAL: Born Shana Lynn Powell on Feb. 24, 1992 in Sterling, Alaska … daughter of Renee and J.C. Powell II … favorite activities include canoeing, fishing and biking … major is undeclared.

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2009 SEASON REVIEW

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he Seawolves completed the best season in school history with a 23-8 overall record, their first Great Northwest Athletic Conference title and their first-ever NCAA Tournament victory.

UAA won a school-record 13 straight matches, tied the school marks for both overall (.742) and conference (.875) winning percentage and finished No. 24 in the final AVCA top25 coaches’ poll – marking the program’s first

appearance in the national rankings since 1992. Individually, Calli Scott was the GNAC Player of the Year, while Jackie Matthisen and Cortney Lundberg earned all-region and allconference awards.

2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS # 8 6 5 13 4 7 12 14 9 16 11

Player Jackie Matthisen McKenzie Moss Cortney Lundberg Marie Borowikow Calli Scott Ashley Bates Leah McWilliams Stacie Meisner Nikkie Viotto Shelby Hollister Celestia Bowlus TEAM UAA OPPONENTS

|----DIG----| |-------BLOCKING----------| RE Dig D/S BS BA TB B/S BE BHE Pts Pt/S 36 300 2.65 5 43 48 0.42 2 0 498 4.41 45 304 2.67 4 26 30 0.26 5 2 407 3.57 0 33 0.29 30 100 130 1.14 10 1 370 3.25 0 44 0.39 7 87 94 0.83 6 6 241 2.14 0 192 1.70 2 49 51 0.45 4 17 131 1.16 3 20 0.18 8 101 109 0.96 7 2 138 1.23 0 3 0.25 0 1 1 0.08 0 1 4.5 0.38 33 518 4.54 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 53 0.46 27 178 1.56 0 2 2 0.02 0 1 33 0.29 0 47 0.42 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 33 0.29 0 2 2.00 1 1 2 2.00 0 0 2.5 2.50 13 114 31-31 1481 12.99 597 3984 .222 1371 12.03 170 1.49 222 157 1641 14.39 57 410 262.0 2.30 34 32 1913 16.78 114 31-31 1334 11.70 668 4017 .166 1225 10.75 157 1.38 201 170 1603 14.06 43 384 235.0 2.06 29 27 1726 15.14

GP 113 114 114 113 113 113 12 114 114 112 1

MP-S 31-31 31-31 31-31 31-11 31-31 31-30 8-0 31-0 31-20 31-1 1-0

|-------------ATTACK---------------| |-----SET---| |-SERVE--| Kill K/S E TA Pct Asst A/S Ace A/S 457 4.04 153 1214 .250 19 0.17 15 0.13 360 3.16 166 1018 .191 22 0.19 30 0.26 290 2.54 105 603 .307 7 0.06 0 0.00 191 1.69 82 570 .191 20 0.18 0 0.00 85 0.75 31 235 .230 1202 10.64 20 0.18 78 0.69 41 218 .170 2 0.02 2 0.02 3 0.25 3 18 .000 3 0.25 1 0.08 12 0.11 8 62 .065 63 0.55 41 0.36 5 0.04 6 38 -.026 27 0.24 27 0.24 0 0.00 1 7 -.143 6 0.05 33 0.29 0 0.00 1 1-1.000 0 0.00 1 1.00

SE 9 32 0 0 46 1 1 61 36 35 1

2009 RESULTS 23 8 OVERALL; 14 2 GNAC Date ^Aug 28 ^Aug 28 ^Aug 29 ^Aug 29 %Sep 4 %Sep 4 %Sep 5 %Sep 5 &Sep 11 Sep 11 Sep 12 Sep 12 *Sep 18 *Sep 24 *Sep 26 Sep 27 *Sep 28 *Oct 1 *Oct 3 *Oct 10 *Oct 15 *Oct 17 *Oct 22 *Oct 24 *Oct 29 *Oct 31 *Nov 4 *Nov 12 *Nov 14 #Nov 19 #Nov 20

Senior setter Calli Scott captured GNAC Player-of-the-Year and honorable mention All-America honors in 2009.

Opponent KENTUCKY WESLEYAN ACADEMY OF ART MARY ACADEMY OF ART vs #21 Cal State L.A. vs #2 CSU San Bernardino vs CS Dominguez Hills at #7 UC San Diego vs Hawaii Hilo at BYU-Hawaii at Chaminade at Hawaii Pacific MSU BILLINGS at Western Washington at Central Washington at Rocky Mountain at MSU Billings WESTERN OREGON SAINT MARTIN’S at Alaska Fairbanks at Seattle Pacific at Northwest Nazarene CENTRAL WASHINGTON WESTERN WASHINGTON at Western Oregon at Saint Martin’s ALASKA FAIRBANKS NORTHWEST NAZARENE SEATTLE PACIFIC vs Hawaii Hilo at CSU San Bernardino

10 2 HOME; 10 4 ROAD; 3 2 NEUTRAL Score W 3-0 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 W 3-1 W 3-1 L 0-3 W 3-2 W 3-2 L 1-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 L 0-3 L

Score by Set 25-14,25-13,25-11 26-28,25-17,23-25,25-18,10-15 18-25,25-16,25-17,25-13 25-16,21-25,25-23,25-14 25-14,25-22,25-18 25-19,17-25,14-25,21-25 25-16,25-23,25-13 18-25,16-25,15-25 16-25,11-25,14-25 21-25,23-25,25-21,25-17,15-10 26-24,25-19,22-25,25-21 26-24,24-26,27-25,25-18 25-27,18-25,18-25 25-20,17-25,25-17,21-25,15-11 17-25,25-23,27-25,19-25,15-13 26-28,25-12,16-25,17-25 23-25,25-19,24-26,15-25 25-20,25-21,25-20 25-18,25-21,25-16 25-21,25-21,25-21 25-16,25-20,25-17 25-22,25-17,25-16 25-18,25-21,23-25,25-19 8-25,25-19,25-16,25-9 23-25,25-22,25-22,25-20 26-24,25-19,25-19 25-18,25-23,25-22 25-18,25-22,25-16 27-25,28-26,19-25,25-22 29-27,28-26,21-25,16-25,15-12 22-25,22-25,13-25

Time 0:58 2:09 1:28 1:43 1:08 1:34 1:06 1:38 1:15 2:00 1:50 2:15 1:21 1:58 2:06 2:00 1:38 1:24 1:17 1:20 1:07 1:15 1:50 1:35 2:04 1:20 1:30 1:27 1:55 2:05 1:15

Att. 75 369 75 326 116 50 50 198 82 353 150 160 513 505 432 100 180 369 606 570 123 369 496 755 265 92 744 503 803 305 449

^ Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational - Anchorage % Triton Invitational - La Jolla, Calif. $ at Laie, Hawaii *Great Northwest Athletic Conference match # NCAA Div. II West Regional - San Bernardino, Calif.

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THE GNAC / SEAWOLF FACILITIES

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tretching from Alaska to Oregon to Montana – and now to Canada – the Great Northwest Athletic Conference has quickly established itself as one of the most successful leagues in the NCAA Division II ranks. Founded in 2001 as a 10-team league, the GNAC this year returns to its original membership number with the addition of Simon Fraser of Burnaby, British Columbia. Along with Montana State Billings, which joined the league in 2007, Simon Fraser joins original GNAC members Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Fairbanks, Central Washington, Northwest Nazarene, Saint Martin’s, Seattle Pacific, Western Oregon and Western Washington in 2010-11. In the last three years alone, the GNAC has produced one national team title (2009 SPU women’s soccer), three national runner-up finishes, three NCAA Final 4 basketball appearances (all by UAA’s men and women), and top-5 NCAA women’s cross country placings by both SPU and UAA in 2009. UAA sponsors seven of the GNAC’s 14 sports – volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, and men’s and women’s outdoor track & field.

2009 GNAC VOLLEYBALL STANDINGS W 14 11 10 10 8 8 6 5 0

x-Alaska Anchorage (24) x-Seattle Pacific Western Washington Montana State Billings Central Washington Northwest Nazarene Alaska Fairbanks Western Oregon Saint Martin’s x-NCAA Tournament qualifier ( ) national rank in parentheses

CONFERENCE L PCT 2 .875 5 .688 6 .625 6 .625 8 .500 8 .500 10 .375 11 .312 16 .000

MB — 3.0 4.0 4.0 6.0 6.0 8.0 9.0 13.0

OVERALL W L PCT 23 8 .742 17 12 .586 17 10 .630 17 11 .607 16 11 .593 15 14 .517 12 15 .444 8 19 .296 3 23 .115

GNAC POSTSEASON AWARDS Player of the Year – Calli Scott, Alaska Anchorage Newcomer of the Year – Amber Johnson, Seattle Pacific Freshman of the Year – Marlayna Geary, Western Washington Coach of the Year – Chris Green, Alaska Anchorage

ALL-GNAC FIRST TEAM: Calli Scott, UAA (S, 5-7, Sr., Scottsdale, AZ); Devon Crotteau, MSUB (OH, 6-0, Sr., Casper, WY); Sarah Risser, SPU (OH, 5-9, Jr., Santa Barbara, CA); Jackie Matthisen, UAA (OH, 5-10, So., Anchorage, AK); Megan Thigpen, UAF (MB, 5-10, Sr., Spokane, WA); Marlayna Geary, WWU (OH, 5-10, Fr., Tacoma, WA); Brandie Vea, CWU (L, 5-3, Jr., Honolulu, HI).

ALL-GNAC SECOND TEAM: Carlee Marble, CWU (S, 5-8, So., LaConner, WA); Amber Johnson, SPU (MB, 6-2, So., Mt. Vernon, WA); Emily Jepsen, WWU (MB, 5-11, So., Kennewick, WA); Cortney Lundberg, UAA (MB, 6-0, Jr., Hardin, MT); Cammy Dranginis, NNU (MB, 6-0, Sr., Nampa, ID); Lisa Martini, WOU (MB, 6-0, Sr., Philomath, OR); Anna Herold, SPU (L, 5-8, So., Bothell, WA. UAA HONORABLE MENTION: Stacie Meisner (L, 5-8, Sr., Gering, NE).

SEAWOLF FACILITIES

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he Seawolves host their home matches on campus in the 1,000-seat Wells Fargo Sports Complex. The gym, which has housed Seawolf volleyball, basketball and gymnastics since 1978, provides a comfortable atmosphere for both competitors and fans. Along with a refurbished playing surface in 2010, the gym recently received a facelift with the addition of new plastic bleachers to replace the former wooden seats. Seawolf volleyball players also make use of the WFSC’s other facilities — weight room, fitness center, 25-meter pool, jogging track and sauna — for training and recreation.

The home of Seawolf volleyball for three decades, the Wells Fargo Sports Complex has earned the reputation as perhaps the loudest venue in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, providing an intimidating atmosphere for opponents.

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST KILLS Match: 32, Cherie Knox vs Regis, 10/15/89; & Rhea Cardwell at Central Washington, 11/13/08 Season: 535, Jen Szczerbinski, 1992 Career: 1,691, Jen Szczerbinski, 1988-90, 92 MOST ATTACKS Match: 83, Rhea Cardwell vs Western Oregon, 11/1/08 Season: 1,437, Jen Szczerbinski, 1990 Career: 4,511, Jen Szczerbinski, 1988-90, 92 BEST ATTACK PERCENTAGE Match (min. 10 att.): .909, Janelle Veith (10-0-11) vs Seattle, 10/20/01 Season: .333, Tammy Middaugh, 1982 Career: .250, Michelle Harlamert, 1989-91, 93

ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS MOST KILLS Match: 91 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 11/9/84 Season: 1,872, 1990 MOST ATTACKS Match: 276 vs Chico State, 11/10/90 Season: 5,986, 1990 BEST ATTACK PERCENTAGE Match: .534 vs Regis, 11/13/82 Season: .219, 2002 MOST KILLS PER SET Match: 22.67 vs Saint MartinĂ­s, 10/5/02 Season: 13.1, 1996 MOST BLOCK SOLOS Match: 19 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 11/19/82 Season: 119, 1991

MOST KILLS PER SET Match: 10.6, Cherie Knox vs Regis, 10/15/89 Season: 4.48, Rhea Cardwell, 2008 Career: 4.02, Rhea Cardwell, 2007-08 MOST BLOCK SOLOS Match: 10, Tammy Middaugh vs Alaska Fairbanks, 11/19/82 Season: 63, Pam Lewers, 1987 Career: 152, Michelle Harlamert, 1989-91,93 MOST BLOCK ASSISTS Match: 14, Michelle Harlamert vs Bellarmine, 10/1/93 Season: 131, Vickie Maas, 1992 Career: 359, Sabrina Bingham, 1996-99 MOST TOTAL BLOCKS Match: 17, Michelle Harlamert vs Bellarmine, 10/1/93 Season: 176, Vickie Maas, 1992 Career: 499, Vickie Maas, 1989-92 MOST BLOCKS PER SET Match: 5.0,Tammy Middaugh vs Alaska Fairbanks, 11/19/82 Season: 1.5, Maria Dalton, 1984 Career: 1.2, Pam Lewers, 1985-87 MOST SERVICE ACES Match: 9,Tegan Bosard vs Western New Mexico, 10/27/97 Season: 57, Sandra Kirtley, 1995 Career: 162, Jen Szczerbinski, 1988-92 MOST DIGS Match: 39, Jen Szczerbinski vs Chaminade, 10/19/90 Season: 604, Jen Szczerbinski, 1990 Career: 2,108, Jen Szczerbinski, 1988-90,92 MOST DIGS PER SET Match: 9.0, Cherie Knox vs Regis, 10/20/89 Season: 5.28, Rachael Knecht, 2004 Career: 4.3, Jen Szczerbinski, 1988-90, 92 MOST ASSISTS Match: 75, Janelle Morrisette vs St. Cloud State, 8/25/00 Season: 1,522, Tracy Zink, 1990 Career: 3,853, Janelle (Morrisette) Veith, 1998-2001 MOST ASSISTS PER SET Match: 18.75, Janelle Morrisette vs St. Cloud State, 8/25/00 Season: 11.94, Kasey Kuelper, 2002 Career: 10.62, Calli Scott, 2008-09

MOST BLOCK ASSISTS Match: 34 vs Denver, 10/5/85 Season: 475, 1994 MOST TOTAL BLOCKS Match: 28 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 11/19/82 Season: 419, 1984 MOST BLOCKS PER SET Match: 9.3 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 11/19/82 Season: 3.8, 1982 MOST SERVICE ACES Match: 24 vs West Virginia State, 9/7/01 Season: 259, 1982 MOST DIGS Match: 158 vs Truman State, 10/25/91 Season: 3,143, 1990 MOST DIGS PER SET Match: 37.8 vs UC Davis, 10/5/90 Season: 22.1, 1991 MOST ASSISTS Match: 85 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 11/9/84 Season: 1,652, 1990 MOST ASSISTS PER SET Match: 19.0 vs Regis, 10/15/89 Season: 12.7, 2008 WINS & LOSSES/MISC. RECORDS Most Wins: 24, 1990 & 1992 Most Losses: 24, 1983 Most Home Wins: 14, 1988 Most Road Wins: 14, 1989 Consecutive Matches Won: 13, Oct. 1-Nov. 19, 2009 Consecutive Sets Won: 18, Oct. 11-27, 2001 Consecutive Home Matches Won: 15, 1987-88 Consecutive Losses: 14, 1983 Highest Winning Pct: .742 (23-8), 1986 & 2009 Most Matches Played: 39, 1990 Most Sets Played: 144, 1990 Shortest Match: 35 minutes vs North Carolina Central, 10/11/90 Fewest Points Allowed: 2 vs North Carolina Central, 10/11/90

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK CAREER LEADERS KILLS 1. Jen Szczerbinski (1988-90, 1992) 2. Cherie Knox (1987-90) 3. Brianne (Halling) McCabe (1999-02) 4. Sabrina Bingham (1996-99) 5. Jeni Phillips (1993-96) 6. Carolyn DeKay (2001-02, 2004) 7. Vanessa Tsukano (1997-00) 8. Michelle Harlamert (1989-91, 1993) 9. Sonnet Farrell (1995-98) 10. April Hydak (1996-98) KILLS PER SET 1. Rhea Cardwell (2007-08) 2. Mindy Cason (2002-03) 3. Carolyn DeKay (2001-02, 2004) 4. Jen Szczerbinski (1988-90, 1992) 5. McKenzie Moss (2008- ) 6. Cherie Knox (1987-90) 7. O’Lita McWilliams (2002-03) 8. Heather Lyons (2005-06) 9. Sabrina Bingham (1996-99) 10. Mary Cashin (1984-85)

4.02 3.76 3.42 3.42 2.91 2.86 2.85 2.84 2.73 2.71

ATTACKS 1. Jen Szczerbinski (1988-90, 1992) 2. Cherie Knox (1987-90) 3. Jeni Phillips (1993-96) 4. Brianne (Halling) McCabe (1999-02) 5. Sabrina Bingham (1996-99) 6. Vanessa Tsukano (1997-00) 7. Michelle Harlamert (1989-91, 93) 8. Carolyn DeKay (2001-02, 2004) 9. April Hydak (1996-98) 10. Sonnet Farrell (1995-98)

4,511 3,558 3,052 2,568 2,540 2,480 2,406 2,353 2,273 2,238

ATTACK PERCENTAGE (min. 600 att.) 1. Cortney Lundberg (2008- ) 2. Tammy Middaugh (1981-82) 3. Mary Cashin (1984-85) 4. Mindy Cason (2002-03) 5. Carolyn DeKay (2001-02, 2004) 6. Carla Anderson (1984-85) 7. Brianne (Halling) McCabe (1999-02) 8. Michelle Harlamert (1989-91, 1993) 9. Sabrina Bingham (1996-99) 10. Jen Szczerbinski (1988-90, 1992)

.298 .292 .275 .264 .261 .251 .250 .250 .243 .229

DIGS 1. Jen Szczerbinski (1988-90, 1992) 2. Cherie Knox (1987-90) 3. Tracy Zink (1987-90) 4. Shana Purvis (1991-92, 1996) 5. Latika Chandler (1996-98, 2000) 6. Jeni Phillips (1993-96) 7. Kasey Kuelper (2000-03) 8. Janelle (Morrisette) Veith (1998-01) 9. Stacie Meisner (2008-09) 10. Michelle Harlamert (1989-91, 1993)

2,108 1,572 1,336 1,227 1,132 1,085 1,070 1,048 1,011 1,011

DIGS PER SET 1. Rachael Knecht (2004-06) 2. Stacie Meisner (2008-09) 3. Jen Szczerbinski (1988-90, 1992)

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1,691 1,248 1,024 1,012 986 938 880 844 843 773

4.58 4.53 4.26

4. Diana Gordon (2003-04) 5. Shana Purvis (1991-92, 1996) 6. Cherie Knox (1987-90) 7. O’Lita McWilliams (2002-03) 8. Tammy Burgess (1990-92) 9. Rachel Kidwell (2007-08) 10. Rhea Cardwell (2007-08)

3.98 3.62 3.61 3.42 3.30 3.28 3.28

ASSISTS 1. Janelle (Morrisette) Veith (1998-01) 2. Tracy Zink (1987-90) 3. Shana Purvis (1991-92, 1996) 4. Kasey Kuelper (2000-03) 5. Calli Scott (2008-09) 6. Ann Twiggs (1983-86) 7. Val Segerstrom (1994-95) 8. Kathy Hajdukovich (1996-97) 9. Molly Merritt (1993-94) 10. Stephanie Martinez (2002-05)

3,853 3,791 2,855 2,625 2,401 1,757 1,583 1,517 1,460 1,264

ASSISTS PER SET 1. Calli Scott (2008-09) 2. Janelle (Morrisette) Veith (1998-01) 3. Stephanie Martinez (2002-05) 4. Shana Purvis (1991-92, 1996) 5. Tracy Zink (1987-90) 6. Val Segerstrom (1994-95) 7. Kathy Hajdukovich (1996-97) 8. Molly Merritt (1993-94) 9. Kasey Kuelper (2000-03) 10. Ann Twiggs (1983-86)

10.62 9.37 9.09 8.42 7.66 7.61 7.29 6.70 6.56 5.61

TOTAL BLOCKS 1. Vickie Maas (1989-92) 2. Sabrina Bingham (1996-99) 3. Michelle Harlamert (1989-91, 1993) 4. Sonnet Farrell (1995-98) 5. Brianne (Halling) McCabe (1999-02) 6. Maria (Dalton) Ammerman (1981-88) 7. Cindy Clagett (1984-87) 8. Sandra Kirtley (1994-95) 9. Cortney Lundberg (2008- ) 10. Starr Burgan (2000-03)

499 445 430 415 384 372 308 299 235 222

BLOCKS PER SET 1. Sandra Kirtley (1994-95) 2. Michelle Harlamert (1989-91, 1993) 3. Chelsey Jones (2005-06) 4. Vickie Maas (1989-92) 5. Karen Griffith (1985-86) 6. Sabrina Bingham (1996-99) 7. Cortney Lundberg (2008- ) 8. Cindy Clagett (1984-87) 9. Mary Cashin (1984-85) 10. Brianne (Halling) McCabe (1999-02)

1.21 1.16 1.15 1.08 1.06 1.04 1.04 1.01 1.01 0.99

BLOCK ASSISTS 1. Sabrina Bingham (1996-99) 2. Vickie Maas (1989-92) 3. Brianne (Halling) McCabe (1999-02) 4. Sonnet Farrell (1995-98) 5. Michelle Harlamert (1989-91, 1993) 6. Sandra Kirtley (1994-95) 7. Cindy Clagett (1984-87)

359 352 318 317 278 227 211

8. Michelle Garvin (2000-03) 9. Maria (Dalton) Ammerman (1981-88) Starr Burgan (2000-03) Cortney Lundberg (2008- )

196 183 183 183

BLOCK SOLOS 1. Michelle Harlamert (1989-91, 1993) 2. Vickie Maas (1989-92) 3. Sonnet Farrell (1995-98) 4. Cindy Clagett (1984-87) 5. Meganne Hendricks (1985-88) 6. Sabrina Bingham (1996-99) 7. Maria (Dalton) Ammerman (1981-88) 8. Sandra Kirtley (1994-95) 9. Mary Cashin (1984-85) 10. Brianne (Halling) McCabe (1999-02)

152 147 98 97 94 86 76 72 71 66

ACES 1. Jen Szczerbinski (1988-90, 1992) 2. Kasey Kuelper (2000-03) 3. Latika Chandler (1996-98, 2000) 4. Tracy Zink (1987-90) 5. Maria (Dalton) Ammerman (1981-88) 6. Tegan Bosard (1996-99) 7. Jeni Phillips (1993-96) 8. Michelle Garvin (2000-03) O’Lita McWilliams (2002-03) 10. April Hydak (1996-98)

162 139 129 126 119 114 110 107 107 104

ACES PER SET 1. O’Lita McWilliams (2001-03) 2. Sandra Kirtley (1994-95) 3. Stacie Meisner (2008-09) 4. Carrie Belden (1996-98) 5. April Hydak (1996-98) 6. Kasey Kuelper (2000-03) 7. Jen Szczerbinski (1988-90, 1992) 8. Joanna Johnson (2007-08) 9. Latika Chandler (1996-98, 2000) 10. Shana Purvis (1991-92, 1996)

.517 .407 .357 .352 .350 .348 .327 .320 .310 .301

MATCHES PLAYED 1. Vickie Maas (1989-92) 2. Tracy Zink (1987-90) 3. Jen Szczerbinski (1988-90, 1992) 4. Cherie Knox (1987-90) 5. Nikki (Mowry) Wegner (1990-93) 6. Sonnet Farrell (1995-98) 7. Latika Chandler (1996-98, 2000) 8. Sabrina Bingham (1996-99) Tegan Bosard (1996-99) 10. Jeni Phillips (1993-96)

143 141 140 129 127 123 121 120 120 118

SETS PLAYED (since 1984) 1. Jen Szczerbinski (1988-90, 1992) Tracy Zink (1987-90) 3. Vickie Maas (1989-92) 4. Cherie Knox (1987-90) 5. Sonnet Farrell (1995-98) 6. Sabrina Bingham (1996-99) 7. Jeni Phillips (1993-96) 8. Latika Chandler (1996-98, 2000) 9. Tegan Bosard (1996-99) 10. Janelle (Morrisette) Veith (1998-01)

495 495 464 436 429 427 423 416 414 411

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS KILLS 1. Jennie Szczerbinski (1992) 2. Jennie Szczerbinski (1990) 3. Rhea Cardwell (2008) 4. Cherie Knox (1989) 5. Jackie Matthisen (2009) 6. Mindy Cason (2003) 7. Jennie Szczerbinski (1989) 8. O’Lita McWilliams (2003) 9. Vanessa Tsukano (2000) 10. McKenzie Moss (2009)

535 513 506 502 457 454 417 407 397 360

KILLS PER SET 1. Rhea Cardwell (2008) 2. Cherie Knox (1989) 3. Mindy Cason (2003) 4. Jennie Szczerbinski (1992) 5. Jackie Matthisen (2009) 6. O’Lita McWilliams (2003) 7. Jennie Szczerbinski (1989) 8. Jennie Szczerbinski (1990) 9. Carolyn DeKay (2004) 10. Brianne McCabe (2002)

4.48 4.18 4.13 4.05 4.04 3.70 3.63 3.59 3.56 3.54

ATTACKS 1. Rhea Cardwell (2008) 2. Jennie Szczerbinski (1990) 3. Jennie Szczerbinski (1990) 4. Cherie Knox (1989) 5. Jackie Matthisen (2009) 6. Cherie Knox (1990) 7. Jennie Szczerbinski (1989) 8. Jeni Phillips (1994) 9. Mindy Cason (2003) 10. McKenzie Moss (2009)

1457 1437 1403 1340 1214 1150 1083 1024 1066 1018

ATTACK PERCENTAGE (min. 100 kills) 1. Tammy Middaugh (1982) 2. Mary Cashin (1984) 3. Janelle Veith (2001) 4. Cortney Lundberg (2009) 5. Maria Dalton (1981) 6. Carolyn DeKay (2004) 7. Brianne McCabe (2002) 8. Cortney Lundberg (2008) 9. Sabrina Bingham (1999) 10. Brianne Halling (2001)

.333 .311 .307 .307 .303 .292 .292 .290 .287 .282

DIGS 1. Jennie Szczerbinski (1990) 2. Jennie Szczerbinski (1992) 3. Jennie Szczerbinski (1989) 4. Tracy Zink (1990) 5. Cherie Knox (1989) 6. Rachael Knecht (2004) 7. Stacie Meisner (2009) 8. Stacie Meisner (2008) 9. Shana Purvis (1992) 10. Cherie Knox (1990)

604 597 544 535 531 528 518 510 489 437

DIGS PER SET 1. Rachael Knecht (2004) 2. Jennie Szczerbinski (1989)

5.28 4.73

3. Diana Gordon (2004) 4. Stacie Meisner (2009) 5. Jennie Szczerbinski (1992) 6. Stacie Meisner (2008) 7. Shana Purvis (1991) 8. Cherie Knox (1989) 9. Jennie Szczerbinski (1990) 10. Vanessa Tsukano (1999)

4.62 4.54 4.52 4.51 4.44 4.43 4.22 4.17

ASSISTS 1. Tracy Zink (1990) 2. Shana Purvis (1992) 3. Kasey Kuelper (2003) 4. Tracy Zink (1989) 5. Val Segerstrom (1995) 6. Janelle Morrisette (2000) 7. Calli Scott (2009) 8. Calli Scott (2008) 9. Kasey Kuelper (2002) 10. Janelle Veith (2001)

1522 1396 1350 1306 1252 1208 1202 1199 1134 1113

ASSISTS PER SET 1. Kasey Kuelper (2003) 2. Kasey Kuelper (2002) 3. Janelle Morrisette (1999) 4. Tracy Zink (1989) 5. Bethan Murphy (2004) 6. Janelle Veith (2001) 7. Calli Scott (2009) 8. Calli Scott (2008) 9. Tracy Zink (1990) 10. Stephanie Martinez (2004)

12.27 11.94 11.55 11.07 11.02 10.70 10.64 10.61 10.57 10.55

TOTAL BLOCKS 1. Vickie Maas (1992) 2. Maria Dalton (1984) 3. Sandra Kirtley (1995) 4. Brianne Halling (2001) 5. Pam Lewers (1987) Michelle Harlamert (1990) 7. Sandra Kirtley (1994) 8. Michelle Harlamert (1989) 9. Mary Cashin (1984) Sabrina Bingham (1996)

176 160 155 152 146 146 144 142 135 135

BLOCKS PER SET 1. Maria Dalton (1984) 2. Deb Richardson (1984) 3. Brianne Halling (2001) 4. Pam Lewers (1986) 5. Vickie Maas (1992) 6. Michelle Harlamert (1989) 7. Mary Cashin (1984) 8. Sandra Kirtley (1995) 9. Cindy Clagett (1986) 10. Karen Griffith (1985)

1.54 1.45 1.43 1.39 1.33 1.33 1.27 1.26 1.24 1.19

BLOCK ASSISTS 1. Vickie Maas (1992) 2. Sonnet Farrell (1998) 3. Sabrina Bingham (1998) 4. Sandra Kirtley (1995) 5. Brianne Halling (2001)

131 124 121 118 116

6. Maria Dalton (1984) 7. Sandra Kirtley (1994) 8. Miya Athanas (1994) 9. Sabrina Bingham (1996) 10. Michelle Harlamert (1990)

115 109 108 107 105

BLOCK SOLOS 1. Pam Lewers (1987) 2. Michelle Harlamert (1989) 3. Mary Cashin (1984) 4. Maria Dalton (1984) Meganne Hendricks (1987) Vickie Maas (1992) 7. Vickie Maas (1991) 8. Meganne Hendricks (1988) Sonnet Farrell (1996) 10. Pam Lewers (1986)

63 62 49 45 45 45 44 43 43 42

ACES 1. O’Lita McWilliams (2003) 2. Sandra Kirtley (1995) 3. Kasey Kuelper (2001) 4. Tegan Bosard (1997) 5. Carrie Belden (1998) 6. Jennie Szczerbinski (1990) O’Lita McWilliams (2002) 8. Jennie Szczerbinski (1992) 9. Krista Ferguson (1987) 10. Sandra Kirtley (1994)

59 57 52 51 49 48 48 47 46 44

ACES PER SET (min. 25 aces) 1. Caitlin Grenier (2006) 2. O’Lita McWilliams (2003) 3. Paepaetele Poasa (2006) 4. Stephanie Martinez (2005) 5. O’Lita McWilliams (2002) 6. Kasey Kuelper (2001) 7. Tegan Bosard (1997) 8. Sandra Kirtley (1995) 9. Kasey Kuelper (2002) 10. Carrie Belden (1998)

.690 .536 .508 .500 .495 .491 .468 .463 .453 .434

MATCHES PLAYED 1. Jennie Szczerbinski (1990) Rhonda Hedington (1990) Vickie Maas (1990) Tracy Zink (1990) 5. Nikki Mowry (1990) Michelle Harlamert (1990) 7. Amy Willis (1990) 8. Six tied with

39 39 39 39 38 38 37 36

SETS PLAYED (since 1984) 1. Tracy Zink (1990) 2. Jennie Szczerbinski (1990) 3. Michelle Harlamert (1990) 4. Shana Purvis (1992) 5. Jennie Szczerbinski (1992) Vickie Maas (1992) 7. Pam Lewers (1987) 8. Danica Thomas (1992) Jeni Phillips (1994) 10. Four tied with

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS & RESULTS TEAM STATISTICS BY YEAR Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Kills Hit% 843 .124 735 .146 1,054 .208 Not Available 1,280 .207 1,045 .121 1,350 .182 1,553 .159 1,370 .185 1,540 .188 1,872 .145 1,326 .128 1,731 .171 1,179 .153 1,562 .155 1,600 .164 1,675 .182 1,346 .151 1,544 .160 1,340 .160 1,629 .171 1,530 .208 1,479 .219 1,741 .224 1,367 .190 1,145 .141 1,095 .130 1,096 .138 1,486 .201 1,481 .222

TEAM RESULTS YEAR BY YEAR

Assists 677 626 831

Aces 210 144 259

Digs NA NA NA

Blocks 252 263 376

1,151 894 1,189 1,286 1,135 1,394 1,652 1,200 1,597 1,078 1,340 1,425 1,491 1,224 1,360 1,179 1,459 1,367 1,335 1,578 1,237 1,038 998 1,002 1,387 1,371

257 127 217 226 162 180 186 143 208 182 202 206 243 230 215 192 217 225 205 207 156 144 191 112 164 170

1,719 1,423 1,734 2,316 2,044 2,516 3,143 2,745 2,924 1,718 2,032 2,070 2,049 1,724 2,048 1,882 1,915 1,834 1,668 1,922 1,943 1,454 1,423 1,511 1,902 1,641

419 339 353 393 229 316 316 306 335 216 325 314 329 284 271 230 260 272 176 208 204 212 183 168 201 262

Year Coach 1980 Kerry McCaig 1981 Kerry McCaig 1982 Kerry McCaig 1983 Kerry McCaig 1984 Kerry McCaig 1985 Judy Lee 1986 Judy Lee 1987 Judy Lee 1988 Judy Lee 1989 Judy Lee 1990 Judy Lee 1991 Judy Lee 1992 Judy Lee 1993 Judy Lee 1994 Judy Lee 1995 Judy Lee 1996 Kerry Major 1997 Kerry Major 1998 Kim Lauwers 1999 Kim Lauwers 2000 Kim Lauwers 2001 Kim Lauwers 2002 Kim Lauwers 2003 Kim Lauwers 2004 Kim Lauwers 2005 Michelle Earl 2006 Michelle Earl 2007 Michelle Earl 2008 Chris Green 2009 Chris Green 30-Year Totals

Overall 17-10 14-13* 21-11 3-24 22-11 9-23 23- 8 16-22 22- 9 23-13 24-15 13-21 24-10 11-16 16-16 14-20 20-13 13-17 15-17 15-12 14-18 18-10 15-11 16-10 13-13 7-19 5-20 5-19 15-14 23-8 458-451

Pct. .630 .519 .656 .111 .667 .281 .742 .421 .710 .639 .615 .382 .706 .407 .500 .412 .606 .433 .469 .556 .438 .642 .577 .615 .500 .269 .200 .208 .517 .742 .504

Conference Postseason --------10-3 (2nd) 4-10 (6th) 10-4 (3rd) 8-6 (4th) 10-4 (3rd) 8-4 (3rd) NCAA 1st Rd 6-0 (1st) NCAA 1st Rd 1-7 (5th) 7-1 (T-1st) 4-4 (T-2nd) 5-9 (T-5th) 5-9 (5th) 7-5 (3rd) 8-4 (3rd) 7-7 (T-4th) 8-6 (T-4th) 8-6 (T-3rd) 11-7 (5th) 11-7 (4th) 10-8 (T-4th) 7-11 (7th) 4-14 (8th) 2-14 (8th) 1-17 (10th) 7-9 (6th) 14-2 (1st) NCAA 2nd Rd 183-178 (.507) * 6-21 in 1981 including forfeitures

ALL-TIME RESULTS Head Coach

Kerry McCaig 5 seasons 69-77 (.473) 1980 (17-10) PACIFIC, OR PACIFIC, OR ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS PUGET SOUND PUGET SOUND MONTANA TECH MONTANA TECH Portland* Central Washington* Boise State* Eastern Washington*

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

Lewis & Clark* Idaho* W. WASHINGTON W. WASHINGTON at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks WARNER PACIFIC WARNER PACIFIC Carroll^ MSU Billings^ Western Montana^ Northern Montana^ Montana Tech^ Montana State^ at Simon Fraser

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

*Interstate League Tourn. ^Frontier League Tourn.

1981 (14-13) SO. OREGON 3-0 W* SO. OREGON 3-0 W* at Cent. Washington 3-1 W* at Cent. Washington 3-1 W* at W. Washington 1-3 L at W. Washington 2-3 L PORTLAND 3-0 W* PORTLAND 3-0 W* at Alaska Fairbanks 3-1 W* at Alaska Fairbanks 3-0 W* W. WASHINGTON 0-3 L W. WASHINGTON 3-1 W at Portland 2-3 L Western Oregon^ 2-0 W Linfield^ 0-2 L at S. Oregon State^ 0-2 L at S. Oregon State^ 0-2 L Linfield^ 0-2 L

at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo Hawaii Pacific% Nevada% at BYU-Hawaii% ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS C. WASHINGTON C. WASHINGTON

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

^Southern Oregon Tourn. %BYU-Hawaii Tournament *matches later forfeited by UAA (OďŹƒcial record: 6-21)

1982 (21-11) at U.S. International^ at UC San Diego^ Humboldt State^ LaVerne^

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0-2 L 0-2 L 2-1 W 1-2 L

So. California Coll.^ So. California Coll.^ Idaho State^ at UC Riverside REGIS REGIS PUGET SOUND PUGET SOUND at Southern Oregon at Southern Oregon at Portland at Portland C. WASHINGTON C. WASHINGTON W. WASHINGTON W. WASHINGTON ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS Regis*

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


SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED Nebraska-Omaha* Texas-El Paso* Colorado College* at N. Colorado* Regis* at N. Colorado* Texas-El Paso* at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks

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

^UC San Diego Tune-Up *Northern Colorado Tourn.

1983 (3-24) CAL POLY-POMONA 0-3 L CAL POLY-POMONA 0-3 L CHAPMAN 0-3 L CHAPMAN 0-3 L at UC Davis 0-3 L at Sacramento State 0-3 L at San Francisco State 0-3 L at San Francisco 0-3 L ALASKA FAIRBANKS 2-3 L ALASKA FAIRBANKS 1-3 L MONTANA TECH 0-3 L MONTANA TECH 0-3 L WARNER PACIFIC 0-3 L WARNER PACIFIC 1-3 L Moorhead State^ 2-1 W Wisconsin-Superior^ 0-2 L St. Catherine’s^ 0-2 L St. Cloud State^ 0-2 L Winona State^ 2-1 W Alaska Fairbanks^ 2-0 W NW Missouri State^ 0-3 L at Alaska Fairbanks 0-3 L at Alaska Fairbanks 0-3 L CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS 1-3 L CS DOMINGUEZ HILLS 0-3 L MINNESOTA-DULUTH 0-3 L MINNESOTA-DULUTH 0-3 L ^UM-Duluth Halloween Tour.

1984 (22-11) MAYVILLE STATE MAYVILLE STATE SACRAMENTO STATE SACRAMENTO STATE at Denver at Metro State at Metro State at Denver NO. COLORADO NO. COLORADO CS BAKERSFIELD CS BAKERSFIELD AIR FORCE

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

AIR FORCE REGIS REGIS Bemidji State^ Mankato State^ NW Missouri State^ St. Catherine’s^ St. Thomas, MN^ at Minn.-Duluth^ Wisconsin-Parkside^ at MSU Billings SONOMA STATE SONOMA STATE at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS at Denver* Air Force* at Regis*

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

^UM.-Duluth Halloween Tour. *Continental Divide Conf. Tour.

Head Coach

Judy Lee 11 seasons 195-173 (.530) 1985 (9-23) CHICO STATE 0-3 L CHICO STATE 0-3 L PORTLAND STATE 0-3 L PORTLAND STATE 0-3 L at Washington 0-3 L at Texas-Arlington^ 0-3 L Texas-El Paso^ 0-3 L Baylor^ 1-3 L at MSU Billings 1-3 L at MSU Billings 3-1 W DENVER 0-3 L DENVER 1-3 L METRO STATE 0-3 L METRO STATE 3-0 W ALASKA FAIRBANKS 3-0 W at Northern Colorado 0-3 L at Northern Colorado 0-3 L at Air Force 2-3 L at Air Force 2-3 L CS Northridge* 0-2 L Chapman* 2-0 W UC Riverside* 0-2 L Sacramento State* 0-2 L Northern Colorado* 3-1 W Cal Poly-Pomona* 0-3 L Ferris State* 0-3 L

Tex. A&M-Commerce*3-2 W at Alaska Fairbanks 3-0 W UC DAVIS 3-0 W UC DAVIS 3-0 W REGIS 0-3 L REGIS 0-3 L ^Texas-Arlington Tournament *Air Force Premier Tourn.

1986 (23-8) at Chapman BENTLEY BENTLEY LEWIS & CLARK LEWIS & CLARK MSU BILLINGS MSU BILLINGS ALASKA PACIFIC at Alaska Fairbanks at Denver at Denver at Metro State at Metro State SLIPPERY ROCK SLIPPERY ROCK NO. COLORADO NO. COLORADO at Alaska Pacific ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS at Regis at Regis vs Regis^ vs Ferris State^ vs Chapman^ vs UC Davis^ vs Texas Woman’s^ at Air Force^ AIR FORCE AIR FORCE

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

^Air Force Premier Tourn.

1987 (16-22) at Alaska Fairbanks 0-2 L at Alaska Fairbanks 3-0 W FLORIDA SOUTHERN 3-1 W FLORIDA SOUTHERN 0-3 L at Air Force 0-3 L at Northern Colorado^ 0-3 L Air Force^ 2-3 L Southern Colorado^ 1-3 L Metro State^ 1-3 L at MSU Billings 3-0 W at MSU Billings 3-2 W ALASKA PACIFIC 1-3 L

METRO STATE 0-3 L METRO STATE 3-0 W REGIS 1-3 L REGIS 3-0 W GANNON 3-0 W GANNON 3-0 W at Alaska Fairbanks 3-1 W at CS Dominguez Hills 3-0 W at CS Dominguez Hills 3-0 W North Dakota State* 0-3 L Minnesota-Duluth* 0-3 L Central Missouri St.* 0-3 L Chapman* 3-0 W Portland State* 0-3 L at Nebraska-Omaha* 0-3 L DENVER 3-0 W DENVER 3-0 W at Northern Colorado 0-3 L at Air Force 2-3 L Sacramento State% 2-3 L Ferris State% 0-3 L Cal Poly-Pomona% 1-3 L Portland State% 0-3 L Army% 3-2 W Regis% 0-3 L ALASKA FAIRBANKS 3-1 W ^Northern Colorado Tourn. *Nebraska-Omaha Tourn. %Air Force Premier Tourn.

1988 (22-9) San Francisco State^ 2-1 W Western Washington^2-0 W at California-Davis^ 2-0 W S. DAKOTA STATE 3-1 W S. DAKOTA STATE 3-0 W E. NEW MEXICO 3-0 W E. NEW MEXICO 3-0 W ALASKA PACIFIC 3-1 W SOUTHERN INDIANA 3-1 W SOUTHERN INDIANA 3-0 W at Regis 2-3 L at Metro State 2-3 L at Denver 3-0 W at Colo.-Colo. Springs 3-0 W at Alaska Fairbanks 3-0 W ALASKA FAIRBANKS 3-0 W NO. COLORADO 3-0 W NO. COLORADO 3-2 W at Regis 0-3 L at Denver 3-0 W at Metro State 0-3 L Angelo State* 1-3 L Sacramento State* 1-3 L Ferris State* 0-3 L Northern Colorado* 1-3 L

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Chico State* Missouri-St. Louis* MSU BILLINGS MSU BILLINGS AIR FORCE AIR FORCE

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

^UC Davis Invitational *Air Force Premier Tourn.

1989 (23-13) at Alaska Pacific Cal State-Hayward^ Simon Fraser^ Chico State^ Chaminade^ METRO STATE* W. KENTUCKY* METRO STATE CAL STATE LA CAL STATE LA ALASKA PACIFIC ALASKA FAIRBANKS at MSU Billings at MSU Billings at Air Force at Air Force West Texas A&M% Mesa State% Angelo State% NW Missouri State% at Regis% Air Force% REGIS REGIS DENVER DENVER Grand Valley State$ UC Riverside$ Sacramento State$ Ferris State$ at Air Force$ Tampa$

2-0 W 2-0 W 2-0 W 0-2 L 1-2 L 1-3 L 3-0 W 0-3 L 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 1-3 L 3-1 W 1-3 L 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 1-3 L 0-3 L 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 1-3 L 0-3 L 3-2 W 1-3 L 2-3 L MISS. U. FOR WOMEN 3-0 W MISS. U. FOR WOMEN 3-0 W at Alaska Fairbanks 3-0 W at Sacramento St.& 0-3 L ^UC Davis Invitational *Crystal Light Classic %Metro State Tournament $Air Force Premier Tourn. &NCAA Division II Regional

1990 (24-15) at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii Pacific

3-1 W 0-3 L 0-3 L

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED at Chaminade at Hawaii Pacific at Chaminade UC RIVERSIDE UC RIVERSIDE at Grand Canyon at Grand Canyon UC Riverside* Cal State L.A.* at CS Dom. Hills* vs Sonoma State* W. WASHINGTON MONT. ST. BILLINGS MONT. ST. BILLINGS UC Davis^ Portland State^ Chaminade^ at Sacramento State^ CS Bakersfield^ NC CENTRAL NC CENTRAL at Alaska Fairbanks CHAMINADE CHAMINADE Nebraska-Omaha% Central Missouri St.% CS Bakersfield% UC Riverside% Regis% Metro State% CHICO STATE CHICO STATE ALASKA FAIRBANKS YOUNGSTOWN ST. YOUNGSTOWN ST. at Portland State^

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

*CS-Dominguez Hills Tourn. ^Sacramento State Invite %Air Force Premier Tourn. ^NCAA Division II Regional

1991 (13-21) IUPU-Ft. Wayne* 2-3 L Northern Kentucky* 3-0 W at Northern Michigan* 1-3 L Michigan Tech* 3-1 W St. Cloud State* 3-1 W SIMON FRASER 3-0 W CAL POLY POMONA 0-3 L SONOMA STATE^ 3-2 W CAL POLY POMONA^ 0-3 L ABILENE CHRISTIAN 0-3 L ABILENE CHRISTIAN 3-1 W GRAND CANYON 0-3 L GRAND CANYON 1-3 L CENT. OKLAHOMA 3-2 W

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CENT. OKLAHOMA Missouri Southern% Florida Atlantic% at Florida Southern% Air Force% Florida Atlantic% at MSU Billings at MSU Billings at Alaska Fairbanks TRUMAN STATE TRUMAN STATE Tampa$ Minnesota-Duluth$ Cal Poly-Pomona$ Angelo State$ Oakland, MI$ Mankato State$ at Alaska Fairbanks SEATTLE PACIFIC SEATTLE PACIFIC

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

*Northern Michigan Invite ^Crystal Light Classic %Florida Southern Invite $Air Force Premier Tourn.

1992 (24-10) Tex. A&M-Commerce^ 3-0 W Bellarmine^ 3-2 W Wayne State, NE^ 2-3 L at Missouri-St. Louis^ 0-3 L Denver^ 2-3 L OKLAHOMA 1-3 L OKLAHOMA 0-3 L MORNINGSIDE 3-0 W MORNINGSIDE 3-2 W BUCKNELL 3-0 W BUCKNELL 3-0 W Wisconsin-Parkside* 3-1 W at Ferris State* 3-1 W Grand Valley State* 3-1 W at Ferris State* 3-1 W AIR FORCE 3-1 W AIR FORCE 2-3 L at Alaska Fairbanks 3-0 W at Seattle Pacific 3-2 W at Grand Canyon 1-3 L at Grand Canyon 3-2 W at Seattle Pacific 3-1 W MSU BILLINGS 3-2 W MSU BILLINGS 3-0 W IUPU-FT WAYNE 3-2 W IUPU-FT WAYNE 3-0 W at Air Force% 0-3 L Northern Michigan% 0-3 L Lewis% 3-1 W Chapman% 3-1 W

Regis% FLORIDA ATLANTIC FLORIDA ATLANTIC ALASKA FAIRBANKS

2-3 L 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-1 W

^Missouri-St. Louis Invite *Ferris State Invitational %Air Force Premier Tourn.

1993 (11-16) ALA.-HUNTSVILLE ALA.-HUNTSVILLE San Francisco State^ CS San Bernardino^ at UC Davis^ Chico State^ SEATTLE PACIFIC SEATTLE PACIFIC at Alaska Fairbanks COLO.-COLO. SPR.@ COLO.-COLO. SPR. BELLARMINE BELLARMINE SONOMA STATE SONOMA STATE at MSU Billings at MSU Billings GRAND CANYON GRAND CANYON UC Riverside* at Air Force* Lewis* North Dakota* Angelo State* at Seattle Pacific% Portland State% ALASKA FAIRBANKS

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

^UC Davis Invitational @ at Colony High School *Air Force Premier Tourn. %Falcon Classic

1994 (16-16) Indiana, PA^ at California, PA^ Gannon^ Dowling^ ABILENE CHRISTIAN* BENTLEY* ALASKA FAIRBANKS* BENTLEY* ADAMS STATE ADAMS STATE MSU BILLINGS MSU BILLINGS at W. New Mexico at W. New Mexico

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

HAWAII-HILO HAWAII-HILO CHAMINADE CHAMINADE at Metro State% at Denver% at Regis% Colorado Christian% ALASKA FAIRBANKS at Alaska Fairbanks at Portland State at Portland State at Seattle Pacific at Seattle Pacific vs Bemidji State$ vs Mesa State$ at Alaska Fairbanks$ at Alaska Fairbanks$

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

^California, PA Preview Tour. *UAA Invitational %Econolodge Invitational $Nanook Invitational

1995 (14-20) Western State^ Madonna^ Southern Colorado^ at Mesa State^ COLORADO MINES* DOWLING* ALASKA FAIRBANKS* ALASKA FAIRBANKS* UC RIVERSIDE UC RIVERSIDE SEATTLE PACIFIC SEATTLE PACIFIC at Chaminade at Chaminade at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo PORTLAND STATE PORTLAND STATE W. NEW MEXICO W. NEW MEXICO Fort Lewis^ at Metro State^ Nebraska-Kearney^ Air Force^ at MSU Billings at MSU Billings ALASKA FAIRBANKS at Alaska Fairbanks at Seattle Pacific% Portland State% Eckerd$ Chadron State$

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

at Alaska Fairbanks$ 3-2 W Eckerd$ 3-1 W ^Metro State Classic *UAA Invitational %Falcon Classic $Nanook Invitational

Head Coach

Kerry Major 2 seasons 33-30 (.524) 1996 (20-13) at Cal St.-Bakersfield^ 0-3 L Grand Canyon^ 0-3 L Nebraska-Kearney^ 1-3 L Colorado Christian^ 3-1 W South Carolina-Aiken$3-1 W SW Minnesota St.$ 3-1 W at Alaska Fairbanks$ 3-2 W SW Minnesota St.$ 2-3 L SONOMA STATE 1-3 L SONOMA STATE 3-1 W North Dakota% 3-2 W Wayne State% 0-3 L at North Dakota St.% 0-3 L LEWIS 3-2 W LEWIS 3-1 W at W. New Mexico 3-0 W at W. New Mexico 3-0 W at Seattle Pacific 1-3 L at Seattle Pacific 2-3 L ALASKA FAIRBANKS 1-3 L at Alaska Fairbanks 2-3 L CHAMINADE 3-2 W CHAMINADE 0-3 L HAWAII-HILO 3-0 W HAWAII-HILO 3-0 W MSU BILLINGS 3-2 W MSU BILLINGS 3-0 W MILLERSVILLE 3-0 W MILLERSVILLE 3-0 W MINN.-MORRIS* 3-1 W WINGATE* 3-1 W ALASKA FAIRBANKS* 3-0 W ALASKA FAIRBANKS* 2-3 L ^CS-Bakersfield Challenge $Nanook Invitational %NDSU Homecoming Tourn. *UAA Invitational

1997 (13-17) Adams State^ at Mesa State^ Washburn^

3-0 W 0-3 L 1-3 L


SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED Western State^ NO. MICHIGAN* CS BAKERSFIELD* NORTH ALABAMA* NORTH ALABAMA* CAL STATE LA CAL STATE LA DARTMOUTH DARTMOUTH SEATTLE PACIFIC SEATTLE PACIFIC at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo at Chaminade at Chaminade ALASKA FAIRBANKS W. WASHINGTON W. WASHINGTON W. NEW MEXICO W. NEW MEXICO at Alaska Fairbanks at MSU Billings at MSU Billings at Colorado Christian at Metro State IUPU-INDIANAPOLIS IUPU-INDIANAPOLIS

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

^Mesa State Classic *UAA Elite Invitational

Head Coach

Kim Lauwers 7 seasons 106-91 (.538) 1998 (15-17) CAMERON* TRUMAN STATE* CS DOM. HILLS* CAMERON* Missouri Western^ North Dakota^ at North Alabama^ at North Alabama^ MICHIGAN TECH MICHIGAN TECH WARNER PACIFIC WARNER PACIFIC at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks at BYU-Hawaii at Hawaii Pacific ROCKHURST ROCKHURST Saint Martin’s%

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

Seattle Pacific% at Simon Fraser% W. Washington% HAWAII-HILO CHAMINADE at W. New Mexico at W. New Mexico at Grand Canyon MSU BILLINGS MSU BILLINGS ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS vs Seattle Pacific$

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

*UAA Invitational ^North Alabama Classic %Pacific West Crossover $Pacific West Conf. Tour.

1999 (15-12) ABILENE CHRISTIAN* 1-3 L UC DAVIS* 2-3 L METRO STATE* 3-0 W METRO STATE* 1-3 L BENTLEY 2-3 L BENTLEY 3-1 W SAVANNAH A&D 3-0 W Ouachita Baptist^ 3-0 W Wayland Baptist^ 3-2 W Tex. A&M-Commerce^ 3-0 W Angelo State^ 3-2 W W. NEW MEXICO 3-1 W W. NEW MEXICO 1-3 L at Alaska Fairbanks 0-3 L ALASKA FAIRBANKS 3-1 W CENTRAL MISSOURI 1-3 L CENTRAL MISSOURI 2-3 L at Cent. Washington 3-1 W at Saint Martin’s 3-0 W WESTERN OREGON 0-3 L HUMBOLDT STATE 3-0 W at MSU Billings 3-2 W at MSU Billings 3-0 W BYU-HAWAII 0-3 L HAWAII PACIFIC 0-3 L at Chaminade 0-3 L at Hawaii-Hilo 3-1 W *UAA Invitational ^Abilene Christian Tourn.

2000 (14-18) Wisconsin-Parkside^ St. Cloud State^ Michigan Tech^ Lewis, IL^ at Cal Poly-Pomona at CS San Bernardino

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

Cal State L.A.% IUPU-Fort Wayne% at CS Bakersfield% North Dakota State% HARDING* C. WASHINGTON* NORTH ALABAMA* HARDING* at W. New Mexico at W. New Mexico ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks CHAMINADE HAWAII-HILO at NW Nazarene at Seattle SEATTLE PACIFIC W. WASHINGTON MSU BILLINGS MSU BILLINGS at Hawaii Pacific at BYU-Hawaii ST. EDWARD’S, TX ST. EDWARD’S, TX

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

*UAA Invitational %Roadrunner Classic ^Jefferson Invite (Winona, Minn.)

2001 (18-10) CS STANISLAUS CS STANISLAUS SAN FRANCISCO ST.% ST. JOSEPH’S, IN% NEB.-KEARNEY% NEB.-KEARNEY% West Virginia State^ at Charleston, WV^ Wheeling Jesuit^ Ashland, OH^ at Western Oregon at Humboldt State at Seattle U. SEATTLE PACIFIC W. WASHINGTON at Saint Martin’s at Cent. Washington at NW Nazarene at Alaska Fairbanks ALASKA FAIRBANKS NW NAZARENE SEATTLE HUMBOLDT STATE WESTERN OREGON

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

at W. Washington 0-3 L at Seattle Pacific 1-3 L CENT. WASHINGTON 0-3 L SAINT MARTIN’S 3-1 W %UAA Invitational ^Capital City Classic (Charleston, W.Va.)

2002 (15-11) Metro State$ Chaminade$ South Dakota$ at St. Mary’s$ CENT. ARKANSAS^ MARS HILL^ CHARLESTON^ CENT. ARKANSAS^ at NW Nazarene at Seattle WESTERN OREGON HUMBOLDT STATE at Seattle Pacific at W. Washington CENT. WASHINGTON SAINT MARTIN’S ALASKA FAIRBANKS at Humboldt State at Western Oregon W. WASHINGTON SEATTLE PACIFIC at Cent. Washington at Saint Martin’s at Alaska Fairbanks SEATTLE UNIVERSITY NW NAZARENE

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

$St. Mary’s Invite (San Antonio, Texas) ^UAA Invitational

2003 (16-10) W. New Mexico% Westmont% Westmont% at Grand Canyon% CAL BAPTIST^

L, 1-3 W, 3-2 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 NOVA SOUTHEASTERN^ W, 3-0 W. NEW MEXICO^ W, 3-2 W. NEW MEXICO^ W, 3-0 SEATTLE PACIFIC W, 3-2 W. WASHINGTON L, 1-3 at Alaska Fairbanks L, 2-3 at Humboldt State L, 2-3 at Western Oregon W, 3-1 NW NAZARENE W, 3-2 SEATTLE W, 3-1 at Saint Martin’s L, 0-3

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at Cent. Washington ALASKA FAIRBANKS WESTERN OREGON HUMBOLDT STATE at Seattle at NW Nazarene C. WASHINGTON SAINT MARTIN’S at W. Washington at Seattle Pacific

L, 2-3 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 W, 3-1

%Canyon Court Classic (Phoenix) ^UAA Invitational

2004 (13-13) Saint Anselm# at Saint Leo# Valdosta State# at Florida Southern LINCOLN CHR.^ HARDING^ MSU BILLINGS^ MSU BILLINGS^ HUMBOLDT STATE WESTERN OREGON at NW Nazarene at Seattle C. WASHINGTON SAINT MARTIN’S at Seattle Pacific at W. Washington at Alaska Fairbanks SEATTLE NW NAZARENE at Cent. Washington at Saint Martin’s W. WASHINGTON SEATTLE PACIFIC ALASKA FAIRBANKS at Western Oregon at Humboldt State

W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-1

# Florida Southern/St. Leo Classic (Lakeland/St. Leo, FL) ^ Aspen Hotels Invitational

Head Coach

Michelle Earl 3 seasons 17-58 (.227) 2005 (7-19) Chaminade% BYU-Hawaii% at Hawaii-Hilo% Hawaii Pacific%

L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED HAWAII-HILO^ NORTH DAKOTA^ BEMIDJI STATE^ BEMIDJI STATE^ at W. Washington at Cent. Washington SEATTLE SAINT MARTIN’S at Seattle Pacific at NW Nazarene HUMBOLDT STATE WESTERN OREGON at Alaska Fairbanks at Saint Martin’s at Seattle NW NAZARENE SEATTLE PACIFIC at Western Oregon at Humboldt State ALASKA FAIRBANKS C. WASHINGTON W. WASHINGTON

W, 3-2 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 0-3

% Hawaiian Style Classic (Hilo, HI) ^ Aspen Hotels Invitational

2006 (5-20) vs Valdosta State^ W, 3-0 at St. Mary’s^ L, 1-3 vs Rollins^ L, 0-3 vs Colorado Mines^ L, 0-3 BRIAR CLIFF % L, 0-3 LaGRANGE % W, 3-0

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N.D. de NAMUR % BRIAR CLIFF % SEATTLE PACIFIC CENTRAL WASH. NW NAZARENE at Saint Martin’s at Western Oregon at W. Washington at Seattle WESTERN OREGON SAINT MARTIN’S ALASKA FAIRBANKS vs Dixie # at NW Nazarene SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W. WASHINGTON at Cent. Washington at Seattle Pacific at Alaska Fairbanks

W, 3-0 L, 2-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3

^ at St. Mary’s Invite (San Antonio) % Extended Stay Deluxe Invite # at Nampa, Idaho

2007 (5-19) at Ferris State^ L, 0-3 vs Saginaw Valley St.^ L, 0-3 vs Minn. Crookston^ W, 3-2 vs Lake Superior St.^ W, 3-1 ARMSTRONG ATL. W, 3-2 ARMSTRONG ATL. W, 3-2 at Alaska Fairbanks L, 0-3 at Central Washington L, 0-3

at W. Washington L, 0-3 SEATTLE L, 1-3 MSU BILLINGS L, 1-3 at Seattle Pacific W, 3-2 at NW Nazarene L, 0-3 WESTERN OREGON L, 0-3 SAINT MARTIN’S L, 0-3 W. WASHINGTON L, 0-3 C. WASHINGTON L, 0-3 at MSU Billings L, 1-3 at Seattle L, 1-3 NW NAZARENE L, 1-3 SEATTLE PACIFIC L, 1-3 at Saint Martin’s L, 0-3 at Western Oregon L, 0-3 ALASKA FAIRBANKS L, 1-3 ^ at Ferris State Invite (Big Rapids, MI)

Head Coach

Chris Green 2 seasons 38-22 (.633) 2008 (15-14) CENTRAL MISSOURI OHIO VALLEY $ HARDING $ TEXAS WOMAN’S$ TEXAS WOMAN’S$ Western State ^ at Pt. Loma Naz. ^ at Grand Canyon ^

L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 1-3 W, 3-1

Western State ^ W, 3-0 Augustana % W, 3-2 SW Minnesota State% L, 1-3 Truman State % L, 0-3 at Concordia, Minn.% L, 1-3 NW NAZARENE W, 3-1 SEATTLE PACIFIC W, 3-0 at Alaska Fairbanks L, 2-3 at Saint Martin’s W, 3-0 at Western Oregon L, 1-3 at MSU Billings L, 1-3 W. WASHINGTON L, 1-3 C. WASHINGTON W, 3-2 ALASKA FAIRBANKS L, 2-3 at Seattle Pacific L, 0-3 at NW Nazarene L, 0-3 SAINT MARTIN’S W, 3-0 WESTERN OREGON L, 2-3 MSU BILLINGS* W, 3-2 at Cent. Washington* W, 3-2 at W. Washington L, 2-3 $Extended Stay Deluxe Invite ^GCU Cactus Classic (Phoenix) % Concordia Classic (St. Paul, Minn.)

2009 (23-8) KENTUCKY WESLEYAN $ W, 3ACADEMY OF ART $ L, 2-3 MARY $ W, 3-1 ACADEMY OF ART $ W, 3-1 vs CS Los Angeles ^ W, 3-0 vs CS San Bernardino ^ L, 1-3

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vs CS Dominguez Hills^ W, 3-0 at UC San Diego ^ L, 0-3 vs Hawaii Hilo % L, 0-3 at BYU-Hawaii W, 3-2 at Chaminade W, 3-1 at Hawaii Pacific W, 3-1 MSU BILLINGS L, 0-3 at W. Washington W, 3-2 at Central Washington W, 3-2 at Rocky Mountain L, 1-3 at MSU Billings L, 1-3 WESTERN OREGON W, 3-0 SAINT MARTIN’S W, 3-0 at Alaska Fairbanks W, 3-0 at Seattle Pacific W, 3-0 at NW Nazarene W, 3-0 C. WASHINGTON W, 3-1 W. WASHINGTON W, 3-1 at Western Oregon W, 3-1 at Saint Martin’s W, 3-0 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W, 3-0 NW NAZARENE W, 3-0 SEATTLE PACIFIC W, 3-1 vs Hawaii Hilo ! W, 3-2 at CS San Bernardino ! L, 0-3 $ Extended Stay Deluxe Invite ^ Triton Invite — La Jolla, CA % at Laie, HI ! NCAA West Regional — San Bernardino, CA


SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK SERIES RECORD VS. ALL OPPONENTS ALABAMA Alabama-Huntsville North Alabama

2-0 0-5

ALASKA Alaska Fairbanks Alaska Pacific

*55-33 5-1

Mesa State Metro State Northern Colorado Regis Southern Colorado Western State

2-2 8-12 3-11 10-13 1-1 4-0

Grand Canyon

5-7

ARKANSAS Central Arkansas Harding Ouachita Baptist

2-0 3-1 1-0

Eckerd Florida Atlantic Florida Southern Nova Southeastern Rollins Saint Leo Tampa

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

CALIFORNIA

GEORGIA

Academy of Art 1-1 Cal Baptist 1-0 Cal Poly-Pomona 0-8 Cal State-Bakersfield 0-7 Cal St.-Dominguez Hills 5-2 Cal State-Hayward 1-0 Cal State-Los Angeles 3-4 Cal State-Northridge 0-1 Cal St.-San Bernardino 1-3 Cal State-Stanislaus 1-1 Chapman 4-3 Chico State 3-4 Humboldt State 8-3 LaVerne 0-1 Notre Dame de Namur 1-0 Point Loma Nazarene 0-1 Sacramento State 0-9 San Francisco 0-1 San Francisco State 2-2 Sonoma State 5-3 Southern California Coll. 2-0 UC Davis 5-2 UC Riverside 2-8 UC San Diego 0-2 U.S. International 0-1 Westmont 1-1

Armstrong Atlantic State 2-0 LaGrange 1-0 Savannah Art & Design 1-0 Valdosta State 2-0

HAWAII Brigham Young-Hawaii Chaminade Hawaii Pacific Hawaii-Hilo

1-5 9-11 1-7 8-11

IDAHO Boise State Idaho Idaho State Northwest Nazarene

Chadron State Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Omaha Wayne State

5-1

Nevada

1-0 0-1 0-1 7-12

ILLINOIS Lewis Lincoln Christian

INDIANA IUPU-Ft Wayne IUPU-Indianapolis St. Joseph’s Southern Indiana

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

0-2 2-0

KANSAS Washburn

0-1

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

0-1

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Ferris State Grand Valley State Lake Superior State Madonna Michigan Tech Northern Michigan Oakland Saginaw Valley State

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

Dartmouth Saint Anselm

0-2 1-0

NEW MEXICO Eastern New Mexico 2-0 Western New Mexico 12-5

NEW YORK Army Dowling

MINNESOTA Bemidji State Concordia-St. Paul Mankato State Minnesota-Crookston Minnesota-Duluth Minnesota-Morris Moorhead State Saint Catherine’s St. Cloud State Saint Thomas SW Minnesota State Winona State

4-0 0-1 2-0 1-0 1-4 1-0 1-0 0-2 1-1 1-0 1-2 1-0

1-0 2-0

NORTH CAROLINA Mars Hill North Carolina Central Wingate

1-0 2-0 1-0

NORTH DAKOTA Mary Mayville State North Dakota North Dakota State

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

OKLAHOMA 2-0

Cameron Central Oklahoma Oklahoma

0-2 2-0 0-2

MISSOURI Central Missouri Missouri-St Louis Missouri Southern Missouri Western Northwest Missouri St. Rockhurst Truman State

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

IOWA Briar Cliff Morningside

Bucknell California Gannon Indiana Millersville Slippery Rock

SOUTH CAROLINA MICHIGAN

Mississippi Women 3-2 1-0

PENNSYLVANIA 0-1 0-4 1-2 0-2

NEVADA

MISSISSIPPI

COLORADO Adams State 3-0 Air Force 10-13 Colorado Christian 1-2 Colorado College 1-0 Colo.-Colorado Springs 2-1 Colorado Mines 1-1 Denver 12-3 Fort Lewis 0-1

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

MASSACHUSETTS FLORIDA

ARIZONA

KENTUCKY Bellarmine Kentucky Wesleyan Northern Kentucky Western Kentucky

MONTANA Carroll Montana State Montana St. Billings Montana Tech Northern Montana Western Montana

1-0 0-1 32-10 3-2 1-0 1-0

South Carolina-Aiken

1-0

SOUTH DAKOTA Augustana South Dakota South Dakota State

1-0 0-1 2-0

TEXAS Abilene Christian Angelo State Baylor St. Edward’s St. Mary’s Texas A&M-Commerce Texas-Arlington Texas-El Paso Texas Woman’s Wayland Baptist West Texas A&M

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

WASHINGTON Central Washington *12-15 Eastern Washington 0-1 Puget Sound 2-2 Saint Martin’s 16-4 Seattle Pacific 12-25 Seattle University 5-10 Washington 0-1 Western Washington 9-23

OHIO Ashland Youngstown State

1-0 2-0

OREGON Lewis & Clark Linfield Pacific Portland Portland State Southern Oregon Warner Pacific Western Oregon

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0-3 0-2 1-1 *3-3 0-12 *1-5 4-2 10-10

WEST VIRGINIA Charleston Ohio Valley West Virginia State Wheeling Jesuit

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

WISCONSIN Wisconsin-Parkside Wisconsin-Superior

3-0 0-1

CANADA Simon Fraser

3-1

*Denotes forfeitures from 1981

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A

Aberly, Patti...........................................................1980 Ames, Jasmine .......................................................2005 Ammerman (Dalton), Maria ..................1981-82-84-88 Anderson, Carla ............................................... 1984-85 Angel, Marie ..........................................................1986 Aquino, Loreann .......................................... 1999-2000 Athanas, Miya ............................................ 1992-93-94 Aukusitino, Pasadeanna ........................................2006

B

Babcock, Rachel.....................................................1981 Baldwin, Denise .....................................................1980 Bates, Ashley ................................................... 2008-09 Bedminster, Lisa .............................................. 1996-97 Belden, Carrie ............................................. 1996-97-98 Belmore, Jessica ....................................................1992 Berge, Ingvild.........................................................1984 Bergman, Rebecca.................................................2001 Bessett, Dianna .....................................................1982 Bingham, Sabrina ..................................1996-97-98-99 Blahous, Amy.............................................. 1984-85-86 Bock, Tracy ............................................................1991 Boeckman, Michelle ..............................................2004 BOROWIKOW, MARIE........................................ 2009 Bosard, Tegan........................................1996-97-98-99 Bowles, Momi........................................................1987 Brown, Bobbi .............................................. 1980-81-82 Brown, Laina..........................................................1981 Burgan, Starr .........................................2000-01-02-03 Burgess, Tammy ......................................... 1990-91-92 Butler, Jennifer ........................................... 1993-94-95 Byrd, Annette ........................................................1991

C

Calderwood, Samantha ................................... 2007-08 Cappariccio, Heather .............................................1990 Cardwell, Rhea ................................................ 2007-08 Carpenter, Jenny ............................................. 2004-05 Cashin, Mary ................................................... 1984-85 Cason, Mindy................................................... 2002-03 Chandler, Latika.................................1996-97-98-2000 Clagett, Cindy ........................................1984-85-86-87 Cooper, Brenda ............................................... 2005-06 Cote, Carissa ..........................................................1999

D

Davis, Kalie ...................................................... 2003-04 DeKay, Carolyn ........................................... 2001-02-04 Devlin, Rhonda ......................................................1983 Dunbar, Darlene ....................................................1983 Duttle, Mary ..........................................................1980 Dye, Pat .................................................................1983

E

Eidson, B.J. ................................................. 1989-90-91

F

Farrant, Heather ....................................................1982 Farrell, Sonnet .......................................1995-96-97-98 Ferguson, Krista.....................................1984-85-86-87 Flick, Sherry ..................................................... 1988-89 Freeman (Willis), Amy ..................................... 1989-90

G

Gardner, Cami ............................................. 1999-2000 Garvin, Michelle ....................................2000-01-02-03 Gordon, Diana ................................................. 2003-04 Grenier, Caitlin ................................................ 2005-06 Griffith, Karen ................................................. 1985-86

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H

Haas, Barbara ........................................................1983 Hajdukovich, Kathy.......................................... 1996-97 Halikas, Nicole .......................................................1988 Harlamert, Michelle ..............................1989-90-91-93 Haynes, Shirley ................................................ 1980-81 Hedington, Rhonda ......................................... 1989-90 Hendricks, Meganne .............................1985-86-87-88 HOLLISTER, SHELBY ........................................... 2009 Hughes, Joy ...........................................................1989 Huls, Shelli .............................................................1981 Hunley, Kirsten ......................................2000-01-02-03 Hydak, April ................................................ 1996-97-98

J

Jacobson, Dorothy .......................................... 1980-81 Johnson, Joanna .............................................. 2007-08 Jones (Glines), Chelsey .................................... 2005-06

K

Kahalehau, Tehane ................................................2006 Kennedy, Andrea ............................................. 1984-86 Kerr, Allison ...........................................................1993 Kidwell, Rachel ................................................ 2007-08 Killion, Kim....................................................... 1982-84 Kirk, Kelly ...............................................................1982 Kirtley, Sandra ................................................. 1994-95 Knecht, Rachael .......................................... 2004-05-06 Knock, Marise ........................................................2001 Knox, Cherie ..........................................1987-88-89-90 Koizumi, Meghan...................................................2006 Krueger, Cyndy ......................................................1988 Kuelper, Kasey .......................................2000-01-02-03 Kuelper, Kortney ...................................................2004

L

Lahn, Sarah ...................................................... 1991-92 Larkey, Dawn ................................................... 1984-85 Legas, Maren .........................................................1996 Leibrandt, Sharon ..................................................1987 Lenhart, Teresa .....................................................1984 Lewers, Pam ............................................... 1985-86-87 Lewers, Teri ...........................................................1987 Lincoln, Deb...........................................................1995 Lindquist, Mindy....................................................2004 Loughlin, Chantal............................................. 1984-85 LUNDBERG, CORTNEY................................... 2008-09 Lyons, Heather ................................................ 2005-06

M

Maas, Vickie ..........................................1989-90-91-92 Marsh, Pam ..................................................... 1984-85 Marshall, Alina ......................................................2004 Martinez, Stephanie ................................... 2002-04-05 Massey, Tiffany .....................................................2001 Matos, Angie .........................................................1983 MATTHISEN, JACKIE........................................... 2009 McCabe (Halling), Brianne.................1999-2000-01-02 McIntosh, Kathy ......................................... 1980-81-82 McMullen, Shavonn ........................................ 1991-93 McWILLIAMS, LEAH ........................................... 2009 McWilliams, O’Lita .......................................... 2002-03 Meisner, Stacie ................................................ 2008-09 Merritt, Molly .................................................. 1993-94 Micovic, Milica ......................................................2007 Middaugh, Tammy .......................................... 1981-82 Miller, Shannon .....................................................1987 Milton, Yolonda .....................................................1992 Mitchell, Jenny ......................................2001-02-03-04

Moore, Karen ............................................. 1994-95-96 Morehouse, Jessica ...............................2005-06-07-08 MOSS, McKENZIE.......................................... 2008-09 Mowry, Lisa ...........................................................1993 Muckerheide (Rigoni), Teresa ...............................1995 Murphy, Bethan ....................................................2004 Muse, Leah ............................................................1980

N

Negron, Cristal.......................................2005-06-07-08 Nicholson, Lisa.......................................................1988

O

Olson, Lynn ............................................................1982 Ozrelic, Katina .......................................2001-02-03-04

P

Patel, Shiela ..................................................... 1994-95 Phillips, Jeni ...........................................1993-94-95-96 Pike, Laura .............................................................1998 Pledger, Michelle............................................. 1991-92 Poasa, Paepaetele .................................................2006 Printz, Chrissi .........................................................1999 Purvis, Shana .............................................. 1991-92-96

R

Richardson, Deb ....................................................1984 Riter, Heather....................................1997-98-99-2000 Robertson, Lindsey................................................2005 Rowell, Tina ................................................ 1980-81-82

S

Scott, Calli ....................................................... 2008-09 Segerstrom, Val ............................................... 1994-95 Smith, Kalau .................................................... 1993-94 Souter, Bobbi ......................................... 1999-2000-01 Stenmark, Maren ..................................................1984 Stolk, Kim ........................................................ 2006-07 Sullivan, Sarah .......................................................1982 Szczerbinski, Jennie ...............................1988-89-90-92

T

Taylor, Jamie ................................................... 1997-98 Thomas, Danica ............................................... 1991-92 Thompson, Laurie .................................................1980 Tritz, Audra................................................. 1986-87-88 Tsukano, Vanessa ..............................1997-98-99-2000 Twiggs, Ann ...........................................1983-84-85-86

V

VanOrden, Anne....................................................2004 Veith (Morrisette), Janelle ................1998-99-2000-01 Viersen, Lindsey ....................................................2000 VIOTTO, NIKKIE ................................................. 2009

W

Warick, Alison........................................................2007 Weber, Julie...........................................1992-93-94-95 Wegner (Mowry), Nicole .......................1990-91-92-93 Weinman, Jill ................................................... 2003-04 Williams, Bobbi .....................................................1991 Williams, Casey ............................................... 1980-81 Williams, Sid ..........................................................1980

Y

Young, Jill...............................................................1993 Younker, Pennie ....................................1983-84-85-86

Z

Zink, Tracy .............................................1987-88-89-90

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK ALASKA ANCHORAGE HONOR ROLL Rhea Cardwell (2007-08)

CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 1989 1990 2009

Judy Lee (CDC) Judy Lee (CDC) Chris Green (GNAC)

REGION COACH OF THE YEAR 2009

Chris Green (West)

SEAWOLF HALL OF FAME 2001 2003

Tracy Zink Jennie (Szczerbinski) Krupp

UAA ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1992-93 2009-10

Jennie Szczerbinski Calli Scott

ALL-CONFERENCE 1984

ALL-AMERICAN 2008 2009

Rhea Cardwell (2nd Team-AVCA) Calli Scott (Hon. Mention-AVCA)

1985 1986 1987

ALL-REGION 1986 1986 1990 1990 1992 1992 2002

Cindy Clagett Ann Twiggs Tracy Zink Jennie Szczerbinski Shana Purvis Jennie Szczerbinski Brianne McCabe

1988 1989

1990

(Daktronics-2nd Tm)

2008

Rhea Cardwell (AVCA-1st Tm/Dak.-2nd Tm)

2009

Calli Scott

1991

(AVCA & Daktronics-1st Tm)

Cortney Lundberg

1992

(Dak.-2nd Tm/AVCA-hm)

Jackie Matthisen (Dak.-2nd Tm/AVCA-hm)

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 1988

Meganne Hendricks

1993 1994 1996

ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 2000 2001

Janelle Morrisette Janelle (Morrisette) Veith Tiffany Massey

CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1990 1992 2009

Jennie Szczerbinski (CDC) Jennie Szczerbinski (PWC) Calli Scott (GNAC)

1997 1999 2000

2001 2002

CONFERENCE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 1996 2008

April Hydak (PWC) Calli Scott (GNAC)

2003

Kim Killion Deb Richardson Carla Anderson Ann Twiggs Cindy Clagett Krista Ferguson Pam Lewers Krista Ferguson (hm) Cindy Clagett (hm) Momi Bowles (hm) Maria Ammerman Cherie Knox Jennie Szczerbinski Cherie Knox Tracy Zink Michelle Harlamert (hm) Jennie Szczerbinski (1st) Tracy Zink (1st) Michelle Harlamert (1st) Cherie Knox (2nd) Vickie Maas (2nd) Shana Purvis (2nd) Jennie Szczerbinski (1st) Shana Purvis (1st) Vickie Maas (2nd) Michelle Harlamert (1st) Miya Athanas (2nd) Miya Athanas (2nd) Sonnet Farrell (1st) Jeni Phllips (1st) Shana Purvis (2nd) April Hydak (2nd) Kathy Hajdukovich (1st) Lisa Bedminster (2nd) Sabrina Bingham (2nd) Vanessa Tsukano (1st) Cami Gardner (hm) Janelle Morrisette (hm) Heather Riter (hm) Brianne Halling (1st) Janelle Veith (2nd) Brianne McCabe (1st) Starr Burgan (hm) Kasey Kuelper (hm) Mindy Cason (2nd) O’Lita McWilliams (2nd)

Jennie Szczerbinski (1988-90, 92)

2005 2006 2008 2009

Kasey Kuelper (hm) Carolyn DeKay (hm) Jenny Mitchell (hm) Chelsey Glines (hm) Caitlin Grenier (hm) Chelsey (Glines) Jones (hm) Tehane Kahalehau (hm) Rhea Cardwell (1st) Calli Scott (2nd) Cortney Lundberg (hm) Calli Scott (1st) Jackie Matthisen (1st) Cortney Lundberg (2nd) Stacie Meisner (hm)

ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Meganne Hendricks (2nd)

Meganne Hendricks Jennie Szczerbinski Billie Jean Eidson Nikki Mowry Vickie Maas Danica Thomas (1st) Nikki Mowry (1st) Vickie Maas (2nd) Jennie Szczerbinski (2nd) N. (Mowry) Wegner (1st)

Michelle Harlamert (2nd) Molly Merritt (1st) Karen Moore (1st) Sonnet Farrell (1st) Karen Moore (2nd) Shana Purvis (2nd) Sonnet Farrell (1st) Sonnet Farrell (1st) Janelle Morrisette Heather Riter Janelle Morrisette Heather Riter Bobbi Souter Starr Burgan Kasey Kuelper

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2002 2003

2005

2008 2009

Tiffany Massey Janelle (Morrisette) Veith Starr Burgan Kirsten Hunley Kasey Kuelper Starr Burgan Kirsten Hunley Kasey Kuelper Diana Gordon Mindy Lindquist Jill Weinman Rachael Knecht Caitlin Grenier Rachael Knecht Heather Lyons Jessica Morehouse Rhea Cardwell Jackie Matthisen Stacie Meisner

TEAM MVP 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Krista Ferguson Krista Ferguson Cherie Knox Cherie Knox Tracy Zink Shana Purvis Jennie Szczerbinski Michelle Harlamert Sandra Kirtley Sandra Kirtley Karen Moore & Jeni Phillips Kathy Hajdukovich & Lisa Bedminster Sabrina Bingham Sabrina Bingham Vanessa Tsukano Marise Knock Brianne McCabe O’Lita McWilliams Jenny Mitchell

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK ALASKA ANCHORAGE HONOR ROLL 2006 2007 2008 2009

Chelsey Glines Chelsey (Glines) Jones Joanna Johnson Rhea Cardwell Calli Scott

COACHES’ AWARD 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

TEAM CAPTAIN 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

2008 2009

Ann Twiggs Krista Ferguson Maria Ammerman Sherry Flick Cherie Knox Danica Thomas Vickie Maas Jennie Szczerbinski Michelle Harlamert Molly Merritt Teresa Rigoni Val Segerstrom Jeni Phillips Shana Purvis Sonnet Farrell April Hydak Sabrina Bingham Sonnet Farrell April Hydak Sabrina Bingham Tegan Bosard Vanessa Tsukano Brianne Halling Janelle Veith Brianne (Halling) McCabe

Starr Burgan Kasey Kuelper OíLita McWilliams Jenny Mitchell Chelsey Glines Stephanie Martinez Chelsey (Glines) Jones Rhea Cardwell Rachel Kidwell Joanna Johnson Jessica Morehouse Rhea Cardwell Rachel Kidwell Joanna Johnson Stacie Meisner Calli Scott

BEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

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Amy Blahous Momi Bowles Jennie Szczerbinski Jennie Szczerbinski Jennie Szczerbinski Shana Purvis Jennie Szczerbinski Nikki (Mowry) Wegner Val Segerstrom Sandra Kirtley Shana Purvis Tegan Bosard Latika Chandler Bobbi Souter Latika Chandler

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

 Tracy Zink (1987-90)  Calli Scott (2008-09) 2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Kasey Kuelper Kirsten Hunley Kirsten Hunley Diana Gordon & Rachael Knecht None awarded Rachael Knecht Cristal Negron Stacie Meisner Stacie Meisner

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Pam Lewers Cindy Clagett Lisa Nicholson Vickie Maas Amy Willis Shavonn McMullen Julie Weber Jill Young Shavonn McMullen Karen Moore Julie Weber Lisa Bedminster Carrie Belden Vanessa Tsukano Carissa CotÈ Michelle Garvin Tiffany Massey Mindy Cason Kalie Davis Kortney Kuelper Brenda Cooper Kim Stolk

2007 2008 2009

Samantha Calderwood Cortney Lundberg Marie Borowikow

MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Krista Ferguson Krista Ferguson Maria Ammerman Tracy Zink Tracy Zink Danica Thomas Sarah Lahn Sarah Lahn Jill Young Shavonn McMullen Kalau Smith Julie Weber Sonnet Farrell Heather Riter Laura Pike Lindsey Viersen Heather Riter Bobbi Souter Stephanie Martinez Diana Gordon Anne VanOrden None awarded Chelsey (Glines) Jones Rhea Cardwell Cristal Negron Nikkie Viotto

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Jill Young Jennifer Butler Kathleen Chivers Kathy Hajdukovich April Hydak April Hydak Sabrina Bingham Sonnet Farrell Vanessa Tsukano Vanessa Tsukano Jenny Mitchell Michelle Garvin Kasey Kuelper Michelle Boeckman Chelsey Glines Jessica Morehouse Jessica Morehouse & Kim Stolk Calli Scott Ashley Bates


EXTENDED STAY DELUXE INVITATIONAL

T

he Seawolves will take the court Aug. 26-28 at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex to kick off the 2010 volleyball season with the 16th annual Extended Stay Deluxe Inviational. UAA, which captured consecutive ESD titles in 2008 and 2009, will host visitors Drury (Mo.) and rival Alaska Fairbanks in an abbreviated, non-tournament format this year. Last year, UAA setter Calli Scott became the first player in tourney history to earn back-to-back Most Outstanding Player honors as the Seawolves captured their fourth-ever ESD Invitational title. Year 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

Champion Runner-Up UAA Academy of Art UAA Texas Woman’s NO TOURNAMENT Briar Cliff UAA Hawaii-Hilo North Dakota MSU-Billings UAA UAA Western New Mexico UAA Central Arkansas Nebraska-Kearney UAA North Alabama Central Washington UC Davis Abilene Christian Cameron UAA Cal St.-Bakersfield Northern Michigan Alaska Fairbanks UAA Alaska Fairbanks UAA Abilene Christian Alaska Fairbanks

Most Outstanding Player Calli Scott, UAA Calli Scott, UAA Kayla Bessmer, BCU Taina Savage, UHH Jessica Bratton, MSUB O’Lita McWilliams, UAA Kasey Kuelper, UAA Miranda Rhodes, UNK Nesrin Seckin, UNA Allison Gillespie, UCD Lora Spencer, CU Amy Wade, CSUB Shana Purvis, UAA Ruth Peterson, UAF Kara Rapp, ACU

All-Time UAA Results (15-Year Record: 36-24)

2009 (3-1, 1st Place) Round Robin: UAA 3, Ky. Wesleyan 0 Academy of Art 3, UAA 2 UAA 3, Mary 1 Championship: UAA 3, Academy of Art 1 2008 (4-0, 1st Place) Round Robin: UAA 3, Ohio Valley 0 UAA 3, Harding 2 UAA 3, Texas Woman’s 0 Championship: UAA 3, Texas Woman’s 0

2002 (4-0, 1st Place) Round-Robin: UAA 3, Central Arkansas 0 UAA 3, Mars Hill 0 UAA 3, Charleston 0 Championship: UAA 3, Central Arkansas 1 2001 (2-2, 2nd Place) Round Robin: UAA 3, San Francisco St. 0 UAA 3, St. Joseph’s (IN) 1 Nebraska-Kearney 3, UAA 0 Championship: Nebraska-Kearney 3, UAA 2

The Seawolves celebrate their 2009 title after defeating Academy of Art.

2000 (1-3, 4th Place) Round Robin: UAA 3, Harding 2 Central Washington 3, UAA 0 North Alabama 3, UAA 0 Third Place: Harding 3, UAA 2

1996 (3-1, 2nd Place) Round Robin: UAA 3, Minnesota-Morris 1 UAA 3, Wingate 1 UAA 3, UAF 0 Championship: UAF 3, UAA 2

1999 (1-3, 4th Place) Round Robin: Abilene Christian 3, UAA 1 UC Davis 3, UAA 2 UAA 3, Metro State 0 Third Place: Metro State 3, UAA 1

1995 (2-2, 2nd Place) Round Robin: UAA 3, Colorado Mines 1 UAA 3, Dowling 0 UAF 3, UAA 1 Championship: UAF 3, UAA 2

2004 (3-1, 2nd place) Round Robin: UAA 3, Lincoln Christian 0 UAA 3, Harding 1 UAA 3, Montana State Billings 2 Championship: MSU-Billings 3, UAA 0

1998 (2-2, 2nd Place) Round-Robin: Cameron 3, UAA 2 UAA 3, Truman State 0 UAA 3, CS Dominguez Hills 0 Championship: Cameron 3, UAA 0

1994 (2-2, 3rd Place) Round Robin: Abilene Christian 3, UAA 2 UAA 3, Bentley 2 UAF 3, UAA 2 Third Place: UAA 3, Bentley 1

2003 (4-0, 1st place) Round Robin: UAA 3, Cal Baptist 1 UAA 3, Nova Southeastern 0 UAA 3, Western New Mexico 2 Championship: UAA 3, Western New Mexico 0

1997 (0-4, 4th Place) Round Robin: Northern Mich. 3, UAA 0 Cal State Bakersfield 3, UAA 0 North Alabama 3, UAA 1 Third Place: North Alabama 3, UAA 0

2006 (2-2, 2nd Place) Round Robin: Briar Cliff 3, UAA 0 UAA 3, LaGrange 0 UAA 3, Notre Dame de Namur 0 Championship: Briar Cliff 3, UAA 2 2005 (3-1, 3rd Place) Round Robin: UAA 3, Hawaii-Hilo 2 North Dakota 3, UAA 1 UAA 3, Bemidji State 2 Third Place: UAA 3, Bemidji State 1

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SEAWOLF ADMINISTRATION & STAFF

FRAN ULMER

UAA ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF

Chancellor – University of Alaska Anchorage

As chancellor of the University of Alaska Anchorage, Fran Ulmer brings to the position 30 years of experience of public policy in Alaska. Previously, Ulmer was a fellow at the Institute of Politics at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Public Policy at the Institute of Social and Economic Research. In the early 1980s, Ulmer served as the Mayor of Juneau, then a member of the Alaska House of Representatives (1986-1994) and in 1994, she became the first female Lieutenant Governor of Alaska. In that year, she was appointed to the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission by President Bill Clinton and served on this international board for 11 years. She has participated in numerous panels, task forces, commissions and forums as a speaker, moderator and panelist to address the intersection of science, economics, politics and policy. Ulmer currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the National Parks Conservation Association, the Advisory Board of the Union of Concerned Scientists and the Alaska Nature Conservancy Board. She has a BA in political science and economics and a Law Degree from the University of Wisconsin.

DR. STEVE COBB

Director of Athletics – Univ. of Alaska Anchorage

In 10 seasons at the helm of the University of Alaska Anchorage athletic department, Dr. Steve Cobb has helped take Seawolf Athletics to unprecedented heights. Not only have the Seawolves excelled in the field of competition, but the foundation for future success has been set in several ways. The 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10 campaigns were three of the most memorable in school history, highlighted by three Final Four appearances for Seawolf basketball teams (women twice, men once), and NCAA top-15 finishes for men’s and women’s cross country, skiing (three times), and men’s track & field (twice). With UAA’s concurrent NCAA basketball runs in 2008, UAA became just the second school in Division II history to qualify both its men’s and women’s squads for the national semifinals. Under Dr. Cobb’s leadership, a planning phase is also under way for the construction of a new on-campus sports facility at UAA. He has also recently overseen several upgrades to UAA’s current facilities, including the installation of a new gym floor and bleachers and the construction of the All-American/Academic All-American honors wall. In 2005, Dr. Cobb helped establish the Seawolf Legacy Fund to provide a permanent endowment fund that will ensure full funding for future athletic scholarships at UAA. Seawolf Legacy surpassed the $1 million mark in donations in early 2008. Early in his tenure, he was the driving force behind the establishment of the Seawolf Hall of Fame and was instrumental in negotiating naming-rights agreements for the Wells Fargo Sports Complex, Kendall Hockey Classic and Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational volleyball tournaments. The Alabama native has also overseen the creation of the Hockey Classic Wall of Champions above the Seawolves’ practice rink, as well as men’s and women’s Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout champions displays in the gymnasium. A former football coach, Dr. Cobb served as the athletic director at Georgia Southwestern State University before coming to UAA. In five years at Georgia Southwestern, Dr. Cobb raised the Hurricanes’ overall program to become one of the most successful in the nation, making the NAIA national playoffs in six of its seven sports and winning multiple conference championships in men’s and women’s basketball, softball and volleyball. From 1992-95, Dr. Cobb was an assistant athletic director at Iowa Wesleyan College, where he served as the football team’s defensive coordinator and special teams coach. He also had stints as an assistant football coach at East Texas State University (1990-92) and Sul Ross State University (1988-90). A 1981 graduate of the University of Montevallo, Dr. Cobb also holds a Doctorate of Education degree from East Texas State as well as a Master of Business Administration degree from St. Ambrose University and a Master of Education degree from Sul Ross State. Dr. Cobb and his wife Sandra reside in East Anchorage.

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COACHES BASKETBALL (Men) Head Coach: Rusty Osborne Assistant: Ryan Orton Grad. Assistant: Casey Reed BASKETBALL (Women) Head Coach: Tim Moser Assistant: Rebecca Alvidrez Grad. Assistant: Tamar Gruwell CROSS COUNTRY (Men & Women) Head Coach: Michael Friess Assistant: T.J. Garlatz Grad. Assistant: David Kiplagat GYMNASTICS Head Coach:Paul Stoklos Assistant: Tami Monette HOCKEY Head Coach: Dave Shyiak Associate Head Coach: Campbell Blair Assistant: Ryan McKelvie SKIING Head Coach: Trond Flagstad Assistants: Sparky Anderson, Mandy Kaempf Graduate Assistant: Dan McKay TRACK & FIELD (Men & Women) Head Coach: Michael Friess Assistants: T.J. Garlatz, Rafael Echavarria Grad Assts.: David Kiplagat, Ryan McWilliams VOLLEYBALL Head Coach: Chris Green Assistant: Nicky Rose Graduate Assistant: Emily Sakis

ADMINISTRATION Dr. Steve Cobb . . . . . . . Dede Allen . . . . . . . . . . . Tim McDiffett . . . . . . . . Jane Pallister . . . . . . . . . Tlisa Northcutt . . . . . . . SPORTS INFORMATION Nate Sagan . . . . . . . . . . Dallas Baldwin . . . . . . . . SPORTS MEDICINE Chris Volk. . . . . . . . . . . . Kevin Lechtenberg . . . . Kelly Ranstead. . . . . . . . BUSINESS OFFICE Robin Calvert. . . . . . . . . Diana Campbell . . . . . . . Rhea Cardwell . . . . . . . . Shawna Palmer . . . . . . . Roxanne Swallows . . . . Mary Beth Wooden . . . REC SPORTS Levi Althens . . . . . . . . . . Ed Barker . . . . . . . . . . . . Brent Gordon . . . . . . . . Tony Houston . . . . . . . . Robin Inman . . . . . . . . . Bryan Leiser . . . . . . . . . . Muzette Nelson . . . . . . Alan Piccard. . . . . . . . . . Kevin Silver . . . . . . . . . . Kristin Warren . . . . . . . . Julie Weber . . . . . . . . . .

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Director of Athletics Associate A.D./Compliance Associate A.D./External Associate A.D./Internal Development Director Director Assistant Director Head Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Travel Coordinator Fiscal Technician Administrative Assistant Admin. Asst. – Tickets Fiscal Manager Ticket Manager Facility Maintenance Facility Maintenance Program Supervisor Assist. Director/Operations Program Supervisor Special Events Manager Program Supervisor Assist. Director/Programs Associate A.D./WFSC Office Manager Intramurals Director


MUNICIPALITY OF

ANCHORAGE W

ith city boudaries that stretch to nearly the size of the state of Delaware, more than 275,000 people are lucky to call Anchorage home. On a global scale, Anchorage is located as far north as Helsinki, Finland, and as far west as Honolulu, Hawaii. Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city (more than four times larger than the second-largest town), an international air crossroads, and the business and cultural center of the state. Almost 300 flights arrive daily at Anchorage International Airport. Anchorage is a recreational paradise as well, boasting more than 14,000 acres of parkland and nearly 300 miles of paved and wilderness biking, skiing and hiking trails. In addition, the city sports dozens of

lakes, softball, baseball and soccer fields, tennis and basketball courts, and six scenic golf courses. Chugach State Park is located 15 minutes from downtown Anchorage. With 495,000 acres, Chugach is the third-largest state park in the United States and offers a variety of year-round recreation, including hiking, mountain biking, camping, cross country skiing and wildlife viewing. Due to the warming effects of the Pacific Ocean currents and protection from the Chugach Mountains, Anchorage is located in Alaska’s so-called banana belt. Anchorage’s climate resembles that of San Francisco in the summer (highs of 75 degrees) and a Rocky Mountain ski resort in the winter (lows of 20

STATE OF

ALASKA A

laska is the largest state in the union — one-fifth the size of the contiguous 48 states and more than twice the size of the second largest state, Texas. Although Minnesota is called the Land of 10,000 Lakes,, Alaska holds the real title in that department with more than three million lakes. Alaska has 39 different mountain ranges, three of which can be seen from Anchorage. The 49th State celerated is home to Mt. McKinley, the highest peak in North America (20,320 feet). Mt. McKinley, located in the heart of Denali National Park and Preserve, is over 200 miles north of Anchorage and can be seen from the city on clear days. Denali National Park is over six million acres and features great wildlife viewing and colorful wilderness expanses.

degrees). Low humidity also contributes to Anchorage’s comfortable climate. The residents of the city share the Anchorage bowl with more than 1,000 Moose, which are often seen on UAA’s campus throughout the year. In addition, black bears, grizzliess, foxes, wolves, lynx, wolverines, Dall sheep and bald eagles are just some of the animals that make their homes here. Salmon fishing is more than a pastime to Anchorage residents. Red and King Salmon can be caught from the many rivers and creeks that run through the city.


This is UAA!

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ACADEMICS The University of Alaska Anchorage is the state’s largest, most comprehensive university, serving nearly 20,000 students through four primary campuses and numerous other sites in Southcentral Alaska and the Aleutian Chain. Situated in the heart of Alaska’s biggest city, UAA is nestled in the middle of a greenbelt, surrounded by ponds, lakes and wildlife, and is connected to a city-wide trail and transportation system. UAA is comprised of six teaching units at the Anchorage campus — the colleges of Education, Health & Social Welfare, Arts & Sciences, Business & Public Policy; the Community & Technical College; and the School of Engineering. Organized research units at UAA complement the academic programs and reflect the special character of the University’s mission in Alaska. Research units include the Alaska Center for International Business, the American Russian Center, the Environment and Natural Resources Institute, the Center of Alcohol and Addiction Studies, the Center for Economic Education, the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies, the Center for Human Development, the Institute of Social and Economic Research and the Justice Center. UAA operates on a semester system. Fifteen semester credits are a normal class load and a minimum of 120 credits are required to complete a bachelor’s degree.

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SEAWOLF ATHLETICS

Nicknamed the Seawolves, UAA’s athletic teams compete as members of NCAA Division I in men’s ice hockey and women’s gymnastics and NCAA Division II in all other sports, including men’s and women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s skiing, men’s and women’s outdoor track & field, and women’s cross country. UAA annually hosts the Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout men’s and women’s basketball tournament — recognized as one of the top in-season tournaments in the nation — as well as the Kendall Hockey Classic and the Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational volleyball tournament. Since joining the NCAA ranks in 1977, UAA has become a perennial national power in many of its sports. A total of 150 Seawolves have earned All-America honors, and UAA has produced 15 individual national champions since 1991. The Seawolves are coming off perhaps the most successful year in program history in 2009-10, including a fourth straight NCAA appearance for women’s basketball. The women’s cross country team recorded its first-ever GNAC and West Region titles before finishing a program-best 5th place at the NCAAs, while the volleyball team completed the best season in school history with a 23-8 overall record and its first GNAC title and first-ever NCAA Tournament victory. Seawolves student-athletes have enjoyed unprecedented success in the classroom, compiling a cumulative GPA of 3.0+ in 13 of the last 16 years.

2010 Alaska Anchorage Volleyball Media Guide  

2010 University of Alaska Anchorage Volleyball media guide

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