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2009 WOMEN’S volleyball DIVISION I


2009 SENIORS


Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

About SIUE Table of Contents

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General Information

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About Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

1 ... Quick Facts • 1 ... Contact Information • 1 ... Media Information • 2 ... Athletics’ Values • 2 .... Athletics’ Philosophy • 3 ... Vadalabene Center • 3 ... Ohio Valley Conference 4 ... Overview of SIUE • 4 ... List of Majors at SIUE • 5 ... University Map • 6 ... Housing Options • 7 .... Contact SIUE • 8 ... Chancellor Vaughn Vandegrift • 9 ... Athletics Director Dr. Brad Hewitt

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Coaching Staff

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2009 Season Preview

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2008 Season Review

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History

10 ... Head Coach Todd Gober • 10 ... Director of Volleyball Operations Wendy Hedberg • 10 ... Graduate Assistant Mallory Clements

11 ... 2009 Roster • 12-19 ... Student-Athlete Biographies (By Year and Experience) • 20-21 ... 2009 Opponents

22 ... 2008 Results • 22 ... 2008 Comparison Statistics • 23 ... 2008 Individual Results • 23 ... 2008 Team Statistics

24 ... All-Time Letter winners • 25 ... All-Americans • 25 ... NCAA Tournament Results • 25 ... Series Records • 26 ... Individual Single-Game Records • 27 ... Individual SingleSeason Records • 28 ... Individual Career Records • 29 ... Triple-Doubles • 29 ... Fun Facts • 30 ... Team Match Records • 31-32 ... All-Time Results Covers Designed by Multi-Ad (Peoria, Ill.). Back cover includes schedule.

Contact Information

Media Information

618 Area Code Head Coach Todd Gober 650-5923 E-mail tgober@siue.edu Dir. of Operations Wendy Hedberg 650-5083 E-mail whedber@siue.edu Athletic Trainer Tyann Thomson 650-2160 Tickets 650-2841 University Housing 650-3931 Academic Advising 650-3722 Financial Aid 650-3880 Web Site www.siuecougars.com

618 area code Sports Information Director (SID) Eric Hess SID office phone 650-3608 Home phone 656-0510 SID Graduate Assistant Bruce Robidou SID Graduate Assistant phone 650-3155 SID FAX 650-2296 SID’s E-mail ehess@siue.edu Press Box Phone 650-3383 SID Mailing Address Campus Box 1129 Edwardsville, IL 62026

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Quick Facts Location Edwardsville, Illinois Founded 1957 Enrollment 13,602 Nickname Cougars School colors Red and White Facility Vadalabene Center Capacity 4,000 Affiliation NCAA Division I (Reclassifying) Conference Ohio Valley Chancellor Dr. Vaughn Vandegrift Athletics Director Dr. Brad Hewitt Faculty Representative Dr. John Meisel SIU Edwardsville Minutes from downtown St. Louis 25 Acres 2,660 Student/Faculty ratio 16 to 1 Average class size 25 Percent of full-time instructional faculty have a terminal degree 82 Accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association SIU Edwardsville Students Students who reside on campus 3,500 Average freshman ACT score 22.6 Financial aid $95.6 million (AY07) Total Alumni 82,300 Program History First year of volleyball 1995 Overall all-time record 305-153 No. yrs. in NCAA Tourn./last 4/2007 NCAA Tournament Record 5-4 Last Postseason Opponent Grand Valley State Team Information Overall Record last year Final ranking last year (poll) Starters returning/lost Letter winners returning/lost

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SIU Edwardsville Staff Head Coach Todd Gober Alma Mater, Yr. Northwestern (Iowa) ‘85 Record at school, Yrs. 189-70 (8 yrs.) Career Record, Yrs. 189-70 (8 yrs.) Best time of day to reach coach 10 a.m. Assistants Wendy Hedberg, Mallory Clements Head Athletic Trainer Gerry Schlemer




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Athletics Philosophy and Values SIUE Athletics’ Values Higher Education No goal of ours exceeds the mandate to educate and graduate the student-athlete. We are dedicated to being consistent with the educational purpose of the University. Rules and Regulations We are dedicated to enforcing adherence to the rules and regulations of the NCAA and the OVC by our studentathletes, coaches and administrators. Pursuit of Excellence Intercollegiate Athletics, with its emphasis on excellence at all levels of play, provides opportunities for undergraduate/ graduate students to understand the rewards that come from dedication to a larger purpose and to develop their personal, physical and intellectual skills. Citizenship We believe that the values of citizenship are realized through sportsmanship and ethical play in athletics. We are committed to teaching our student-athletes essential skills that will provide for a lifetime of contributions to their community, state and nation.

Two-time Academic All-American Mallory Clements

Amateur Sportsmanship Participation in amateur sports provides the studentathlete with opportunities to experience and develop life skills in the areas of leadership, discipline, teamwork, goal-setting, self-respect and respect for others.

SIUE Athletics’ Philosophy The Intercollegiate Athletics Program at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville has Intercollegiate Athletics should been developed with the belief that intercollegiate sports, subscribing to the principles of good complement the instructional, sportsmanship, rules compliance and integrity, are beneficial activities which contribute to the research and service programs of physical, intellectual and social experiences of the entire University community. Intercollegiate Athletics should complement the instructional, research and service programs of the University and the University and must function must function within the framework of the University’s overall goals. within the framework of the In harmony with the stated mission of the University, the goals of Intercollegiate Athletics University’s overall goals. are to enhance the physical and intellectual abilities of those participating in the program and to provide for the physical and social welfare of our student-athletes, as well as to provide spectator benefits for the University community and the community at-large. The recognition that the goals of the Athletics Program are integrated into the goals of the general academic program should guide the activities of those responsible for the conduct of Intercollegiate Athletics. SIUE Athletics must enhance, not detract from, the University’s educational program. Intercollegiate Athletics is intended to provide students with opportunities to enhance their education, to represent their University and to participate in athletics while developing skill and understanding. Participation in the Intercollegiate Athletics Program is always secondary to the academic obligation of the student. To this end, it is the responsibility of those administering the program to schedule the length of playing seasons, the frequency of practice sessions and the number of contests so that they shall not unreasonably conflict with students’ obligations to attend class regularly; to study; to develop their intellectual, moral and social faculties; and to graduate from the University as educated men and women.



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Sam M. Vadalabene Center The grand opening of the Sam M. Vadalabene Center was Dec. 5, 1984, when it gave SIUE a new home for the first time. In May 2008, the Vadalabene Center gymnasium was shut down so that construction can begin on a $6 million renovation that included allnew seating, expanded restrooms, office space, storage space and two new classrooms. The new seating includes nearly three times as many chair back seats than the previous configuration. Cougar Volleyball has a proud home in the Vadalabene Center.

Cougars Join OVC SIUE officially became the 11th member of the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) in July 2008. As the Cougars transition to NCAA Division I status, SIUE volleyball will begin rotating into OVC schedules during the 2011 season. SIUE begins year two of a fouryear transition to become a full-fledged NCAA Division I member.

SIUE Honored by Ohio Valley Conference EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. - Southern Illinois University Edwardsville finished third in its first year of eligibility for the 2008-2009 Ohio Valley Conference Institutional Academic Achievement Award. The award is presented annually to the institution with the greatest percentage of its student-athletes named to the OVC’s Honor Roll for that academic year. Austin Peay State University edged out Morehead State University for top honors. OVC officials said SIUE was within two percentage points of first place out of the 11 member schools. Eight SIUE student-athletes received the OVC Medal of Honor award and 85 were named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. The OVC Medal of Honor is given annually to the student-athlete(s) who achieve the highest grade point average (GPA) in an OVC-sponsored sport. A student-athlete must have at least a 3.25 GPA and be eligible and on the team throughout the competitive season. OVC Medal of Honors winners posted a perfect 4.00 this past year. SIUE’s honorees include volleyball players Kelsey Hubert (Freeburg) and Samantha Schulte (Kenosha, Wis.). The OVC named 85 SIUE student-athletes to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. The Commissioner’s Honor Roll award winners in volleyball are: Ashlee Brockenbrough (Chesterfield, Mo.), Mallory Clements (Mt. Pulaski), Noelle Franke (Ballwin, Mo.), Kelsey Hubert (Freeburg), Emily Rahn (Waukesha, Wis.), Samantha Schulte (Kenosha, Wis.) and Tiffany Turner (Mt. Pulaski).

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Overview of SIUE For more than 50 years, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville has prepared students to become leaders in their community and professionals in their fields of study. SIUE students choose from degree programs ranging from career-oriented fields to liberal arts. Graduates are prepared for the challenges of today’s competitive workforce and graduate school. Near several major interstates, the campus is beautifully situated on 2,660 acres of woodland on bluffs near the Mississippi River, yet only 25 minutes from downtown St. Louis. The University’s outstanding programs, faculty, location and affordability make SIUE your best choice for a successful academic career. Key Web Sites Admission Counselors/Campus Tours Alumni Services Application for Admission Career Development Center Housing Office Intercollegiate Athletics Student Financial Aid Frequently Asked Questions The Move to Division I Textbook Services Lovejoy Library

www.siue.edu/prospectivestudents www.siue.edu/alumni www.siue.edu/apply www.siue.edu/careerdevelopmentcenter www.siue.edu/housing www.siuecougars.com www.siue.edu/financialaid www.siue.edu/contact/faq.shtml www.siuecougars.com/links/d1index.html www.siue.edu/muc/textbooks.shtml www.siue.edu/lovejoylibrary

A Great Value SIUE has one of the lowest tuition rates among four-year public universities in Illinois. Last year, SIUE students received more than $92 million in financial aid, and more than 1,500 students are employed on campus. Undergraduate students realize even more savings with the SIUE textbook rental program. High-ability students may qualify for four-year tuition scholarships and academic support through the Meridian Scholarship Program. The Johnetta Haley, Housing, Provost, Foundation, Athletic and departmental merit scholarships also are available.

List of Majors at SIUE The following is an alphabetical list of SIUE Academic Programs. Visit www.siue.edu for more information about specializations at the undergraduate or graduate levels. Accountancy — B.S.A., M.S.A. Anthropology — B.A., B.S. Art — B.A., B.S., M.F.A. Art and Design — B.F.A. Art Therapy Counseling — M.A. Biological Sciences — B.A., B.S., M.A., M.S. Biotechnology Management — M.S. Business Administration — B.S., M.B.A. Business Economics and Finance — B.S. Chemistry — B.A., B.S., M.S. Civil Engineering — B.S., M.S. Criminal Justice Studies — B.A., B.S. Computer Engineering — B.S. Computer Management and Information Systems — B.S., M.S. Computer Science — B.A., B.S., M.S. Construction Management — B.S. Dentistry — D.M.D. Early Childhood Education — B.S.



Earth & Space Science Education — B.S. Economics — B.A., B.S. Economics and Finance — M.A., M.S. Educational Administration — M.S.Ed., S.D. Electrical Engineering — B.S., M.S. Elementary Education — B.S., M.S.Ed. English — B.A., B.S., M.A. Environmental Sciences — M.S. Environmental Science Management — M.S. Foreign Languages and Literature — B.A., B.S. Geographical Studies — M.S. Professional Development Sequences in GIS Geography — B.A., B.S. Health Education — B.S. History — B.A., B.S., M.A. Industrial Engineering — B.S. Instructional Design and Learning Technologies — M.S.Ed. Kinesiology — B.S., M.S.Ed. Liberal Studies — B.L.S. Literacy Education — M.S.Ed. Manufacturing Engineering — B.S. Marketing Research — M.M.R. Mass Communications — B.A., B.S., M.S.

Master of Arts in Teaching — M.A.T. Mathematical Studies — B.A., B.S. Mathematics — M.S. Mechanical Engineering — B.S., M.S. Music — B.A., B.M., M.M. Nurse Practitioner — M.S. Nursing — B.S., M.S. Pharmacy — Pharm.D. Philosophy — B.A., B.S. Physics — B.A., B.S., M.S. Political Science — B.A., B.S. Psychology — B.A., B.S., M.A., M.S. Public Administration — M.P.A. School Psychology — S.D. Secondary Education — M.S.Ed. Social Work — B.A., B.S., M.S.W. Sociology — B.A., B.S., M.A. Special Education — B.S., M.S.Ed. Speech Communication — B.A., B.S., M.A. Speech Language Pathology — M.S. Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology — B.A., B.S. Theater and Dance — B.A., B.S.

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Near several major interstates, the campus is beautifully situated on 2,660 acres of woodland on bluffs near the Mississippi River, yet only 25 minutes from downtown St. Louis. The University’s outstanding programs, faculty, location and affordability make SIUE your best choice for a successful academic career. For more maps of SIUE, go to www.siue.edu/maps/. www.siuecougars.com




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Housing at SIUE All residence halls at SIUE are set up in suite-style living, with four persons per suite, two persons per room and four persons sharing a bathroom. Each carpeted living unit is furnished with two beds (with extra long mattresses), two desks and two dressers. Beds are bunkable and raise up high enough for additional storage space. Each room contains two active data jacks with access to the campus network and one active telephone jack, with the option to purchase a second line. All rooms are equipped with basic expanded cable, temperature controls for comfort, smoke alarms and sprinklers. Each wing in the residence hall features 24-hour study and social lounges. Social lounges contain a microwave, sink and television and are great areas to meet community members and relax. Moreover, each hall has a 24-hour laundry facility, 24-hour computer lab and Learning Resource Center. Evergreen Hall is SIUE’s newest residential facility, having opened in August 2007. Home to upperclass residents, it features apartment- and suite-style living in a residence hall environment. Students choose between various floor plans, most of which include private bedrooms. This facility houses a multifunction room, meeting rooms and a fitness center. Evergreen Hall is located across from the Art & Design Building at the corner of Circle Drive and Whiteside Road. It is home to the Second Year Experience Program, where second-year residents can continue to develop their leadership and academic study skills. Bluff Hall opened August 2001. This building is located directly across from the Engineering and Art & Design buildings and houses traditionally-aged freshmen. The activity wing boasts a multifunction room, Learning Resource Center, a classroom and a 24-hour computer lab. If you need a snack, you can always purchase grab-and-go items from the Bluff Hall Cafe. Bluff Hall is home to Focused Interest Communities. Prairie Hall opened to freshmen students in August 1998. This hall houses traditionally-aged freshmen. Residents living in Prairie are encouraged to participate in the Freshmen Horizons Program--a program designed to help students be successful in their academic career, adjust to their new social environment, get involved on campus and become involved in a dynamic and caring community. Prairie Hall has a multifunction room, Learning Resource Center, a classroom and 24-hour computer lab. Woodland Hall was opened in 1994 and houses all levels of undergraduate students. Woodland Hall is home to the Residence Housing Association which provides funding for programs to the Hall Councils and residents in University Housing. This group also acts as an advisory board to the Director of University Housing. The Woodland Hall activity wing accommodates student activities in the multifunction, conference and meeting rooms. If you need a quick breakfast or dinner item, pick something up from the Woodland Cart, open limited hours Monday through Friday. Dining Services serves the entire campus community, including the residence hall students, faculty and staff. The facilities include the Center Court Food Court, The Den sports-themed dining area, table service dining at the University Restaurant and the Commons Grill, a satellite dining area in the Cougar Village Commons Building. Cougar Village has 496 student apartments in 62 buildings. It is home to single students, graduate students and family residents. Traditional freshmen are not allowed to reside in Cougar Village unless they are contracted family residents. As of Fall 2000, all apartments were fully renovated, which brought technological updates and a more comfortable atmosphere to the apartments. Cougar Village is just a short walk or shuttle ride from classrooms and main campus buildings. Applicants may choose a shared bedroom (two people in a bedroom designed for two) or a private bedroom (one person in a bedroom designed for one). Private bedrooms are in very limited supply. A typical shared bedroom size is 12 x 10. A typical private bedroom is 8 x 11.



Services and Facilities at Cougar Village • Convenient campus access via Cougar Shuttle. (Free bus service on campus) • Commons Building with laundry, computer lab, television lounge, meeting and activity areas and the Commons Grill Laundries available on the 400 side • Community programs • Public transportation to nearby communities and St. Louis via Metro Link • Locked mailboxes • Recreation area including basketball, tennis and sand volleyball courts • Regular police patrols • Smoke-free • Expanded basic cable • Active telephone jacks in each room • Wireless access to the SIUE network (active data jacks also available) • Air conditioning Off-Campus Housing For those students interested in finding off-campus living accommodations, below are two Web sites which SIUE has created to make the search a little bit easier. They include accommodations in Edwardsville, Glen Carbon and surrounding areas. Though these lists are comprehensive, they may not include absolutely every rental property in the area. http://www.siue.edu/housing/pdf/off_campus_listing_08.pdf http://siue.och101.com For more information on all housing options for SIUE students, please visit http:// www.siue.edu/housing. Or contact the Central Housing Office by mail, phone, fax, or email for answers to any of your housing questions. Central Housing Office Campus Box 1056 Rendleman Hall Edwardsville, Ill. 62026-1056 phone - (618) 650-3931 fax - (618) 650-3864 email - housing@siue.edu

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Contact SIUE Athletics

Jaci DeClue

Sandy Montgomery

Todd Garzarelli

Associate Athletic Director for External Operations

Bryan Belt

Jason Coomer

Assistant Athletic Director Compliance/Student Services

Associate Athletic Director/ Senior Woman Administrator

Assistant Athletic Director for Financial Affairs

Assistant Athletic Director for Sales and Marketing

Contact SIUE Athletics Phone: 618-650-2871 Tickets: 618-650-2841 General E-mail: ehess@siue.edu Tickets E-mail: John Meisel

Joe Pott

Samantha Easterley Event Management and Operations Coordinator

Faculty Athletic Representative

Eric Hess

Director of Broadcast Operations

jcoomer@siue.edu

Director of Sports Information

SIUE Head Coaches

Derek Burton Women’s Soccer

Kevin Kalish Men’s Soccer

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Gary Collins

Amanda Levens Women’s Basketball

Baseball

Lennox Forrester

Todd Gober

Men’s Basketball

Eileen McAllister

Interim M/W Cross Country

Volleyball

Kareem Jackson

Interim M/W Track & Field

Sandy Montgomery

David Ray

Softball

Wrestling

Jennifer Jakel

Kyler Updyke M/W Tennis

Women’s Golf

Kyle Viehl Men’s Golf




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Chancellor Vaughn Vandegrift Dr. Vaughn Vandegrift was appointed the seventh chancellor of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville on July 1, 2004. Emphasizing teaching, research and public service programs, SIUE is a fully-accredited public institution—beautifully situated in Edwardsville on 2,660 acres just 25 miles from St. Louis—awarding degrees in 44 baccalaureate and 64 master’s programs encompassing the arts and sciences, nursing, education, business and engineering. The Schools of Pharmacy and Dental Medicine award first professional degrees, the D.M.D. and the Pharm.D. For the fourth consecutive year, SIUE has been heralded by U.S. News and World Report for its Senior Assignment Program, an integrative learning experience required of all seniors prior to graduation. U.S. News lists SIUE among the top 10 public universities in the Midwest-Master’s category for the second consecutive year. The main campus includes University Park, a research park established to enhance economic development. The Edwardsville campus also is supplemented by campuses in East St. Louis and Alton. Since the time of his appointment, Vandegrift has been instrumental in guiding the University toward fulfillment of its vision to be recognized nationally, as a premier Metropolitan University, for the excellence of its programs and development of professional and community leaders. He developed a plan for achievement of the vision by the year 2015 that combines the values and goals of the University with knowledge gained from his 33-year career in higher education. Vandegrift is a New Jersey native who came to SIUE from Georgia Southern University, a comprehensive, residential university of 16,000 students, where he served as Provost, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Chief Information Officer and Professor of Chemistry. His areas of responsibility included six academic colleges, graduate studies, international studies, information technology services, the library, continuing education and public service, a museum, a wildlife education center and a botanical garden. He also served as Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics at Montclair State University in New Jersey, the second largest university in the state of New Jersey. He served as Chairman of the Department of Chemistry at Murray State University in Kentucky and held earlier faculty positions at Southern Illinois University Carbondale and Illinois State University. Vandegrift has been the author or co-author of grants resulting in more than $3 million in funding from various sources during his career, including support from the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the National Science Foundation, the Fats and Proteins Research Foundation and the AT&T Corporation. He has also been active in working with foundations and donors who have made major gifts in support of the institutions where he has worked. Dr. Vandegrift is author of more than 40 professional publications and presentations including works published in Biochemistry, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry and Methods in Enzymology. Vandegrift is a member of the American Chemical Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Vandegrift currently serves on the Boards of Directors of Leadership Council Southwestern Illinois; University Park, SIUE; Focus St. Louis; St. Louis Regional Commerce and Growth Association; United Way of Greater St. Louis; the Southwestern Illinois Higher Education Consortium (SIHEC); the Southern Illinois Collegiate Common Market (SICCM) and the Executive Council of The Alliance of Edwardsville-Glen Carbon. He has been elected into the honor societies of Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Beta Gamma Sigma and Phi Kappa Phi. He has provided service on boards in support of science education and has been listed in Who’s Who in the East, American Men and Women of Science and Who’s Who in Frontier Science and Technology. He received his Ph.D. from Ohio University in biochemistry studying the effects of nuclear histone proteins on the conformation of DNA. His bachelor’s and master’s in chemistry were obtained at Montclair State University. Vandegrift and his wife, Sue, are the parents of three adult children. Beth is an attorney, while David and Mark are both employed in private business. Vaughn and Sue are the proud grandparents of two granddaughters, Vaughn and Camilla.

University Mission Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is a public comprehensive university dedicated to the communication, expansion and integration of knowledge through excellent undergraduate education as its first priority and complementary excellent graduate and professional academic programs; through the scholarly, creative and research activity of its faculty, staff and students; and through public service and cultural and arts programming in its region.

University Vision Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, as a premier Metropolitan University, will be recognized nationally for the excellence of its programs and development of professional and community leaders.



University Values Recognizing public education as the cornerstone of a democracy, SIUE carries out its mission based on certain fundamental, shared values. We value: Citizenship • Social, civic and political responsibility, globally, nationally, locally and within the University • Active partnerships and a climate of collaboration and cooperation among faculty, staff, students and the larger community • Environmental stewardship Excellence • High-quality student learning • Continuous improvement and innovation • Outstanding scholarship and public service • Standards consonant with the premier status to which we aspire

Integrity • Accountability to those we serve and from whom we receive support • Honesty in our communications and in our actions Openness • Inclusion of the rich diversity of humankind in all aspects of university life • Respect for individual differences • Intellectual freedom and diversity of thought • Access for all who can benefit from our programs Wisdom • Creation, preservation and sharing of knowledge • Application of knowledge in a manner that promotes the common good • Life-long learning

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Director of Athletics Brad Hewitt Dr. Bradley L. Hewitt has served as the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at SIUE since August 2002. Dr. Hewitt served 13 years in numerous positions at SIUE before stepping in as the seventh Director of Athletics in the school’s history. Hewitt’s charge was to regain SIUE’s storied national success of the 1970s and 1980s (16 national championships) and expand that success across a broad-based athletic program. Since his start as the Director of athletics, 37 Cougar teams have competed in their respective NCAA individual or team championships. Hewitt has helped elevate SIUE’s previous best 131st place finish in the U.S. Sports Academy Directors’ Cup to a 78th place finish in 2004, a 37th place finish in 2005, a 4th place finish in 2006 and an 11th place finish in 2007. For the 2006-07 seasons, the Cougars won both the prestigious Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) All-Sports Trophy and the Commissioner’s Cup. The Cougars won the All-Sports Trophy with 141.5 points, the highest total points recorded in a single season since the award was conceived more than 25 years ago. The Commissioner’s Cup is awarded to the program that produces the overall best finish in the league’s seven “core” sports. SIUE posted top five finishes in six of the seven sports that count in the Commissioner’s Cup standings, including conference titles in men’s soccer and softball. Also considered are volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball and baseball. The pinnacle of achievement was a 2007 national championship in softball. In 1994, Hewitt, in his role as Assistant Athletic Director, served as the University’s venue manager for the United States Olympic Festival-’94 track and field and wrestling events. Since 1994, Hewitt has held several positions at SIUE, including acting Chief Executive Officer of the SIUE Foundation and acting Vice Chancellor of University Relations (1998-2000), adjunct graduate professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education (1996-2003) and Assistant Vice Chancellor for University Relations (1994-1998 and 2000-present). From 1995-1998 and 2000-2002, Hewitt was the internal and external liaison for the Vice Chancellor of University Relations, overseeing Alumni Services; SIUE Foundation; Public Affairs; Photographic Services; and University Graphics, Publications and Printing. Hewitt has a diverse background in intercollegiate athletics. Before coming to SIUE, he was the director of sports marketing and associate head football coach at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa; the recruiting coordinator and assistant football coach at Southern Illinois University Carbondale; and recruiting coordinator, track event manager and assistant football coach at his alma mater The University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg. Hewitt earned a bachelor’s in mathematics in 1981 from Central Missouri as well as a master’s in athletic administration in 1982. Hewitt completed his doctorate in education at SIUC in 1994. Hewitt has been a highly-active member of the area community serving as a member of the board of directors for the St. Louis Sports Commission since 1999, a member of the board of directors for the Edwardsville-Glen Carbon Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Board of Governors for the Prairie State Games and as a member of the State Games of America Board of Directors. He is presently serving his second term as a member of the Edwardsville District 7 School Board. In 2006, Hewitt completed the executive management program at the Sports Management Institute which provides specialized executive management programs for sports management professionals. The Sports Management Institute was developed in 1989 as a joint venture of the athletic departments and business administration schools of the University of Southern California, the University of Notre Dame and the University of North Carolina. Significant fund-raising success (especially in facility development) has been a capstone of Hewitt’s professional career. Since 2000 Hewitt was instrumental in securing several multi-million dollar facility gifts and pledges ($10 million plus in total) for the University. These facilities gifts helped build the 12,000 sq. ft. Birger Hall (SIUE’s Foundation and Alumni Building), the 1,500 seat SimmonsCooper Baseball Complex and the 5,000 sq. ft. SIUE softball stadium/clubhouse. He was a significant member of the SIUE Foundation team that saw exponential growth in the Foundation’s annual giving campaign and endowment from 1995-2002. Since rejoining Cougar Athletics in 2002, he has focused on increasing the athletic endowment, doubling the number of endowed scholarships. Hewitt and his wife Kay, a professional educator, reside in Edwardsville. Their daughter, Loren, is a 2007 graduate of SIUE and tennis alumnae and their son Matthew is a senior at the University of Illinois majoring in mechanical engineering.

Mission & Values The mission and values of the Athletics Department is in alignment and complements the mission of the University with a focus on excellence, opportunity, compliance and increasing and enhancing the University’s visibility and image.

Mission The mission of the SIUE Intercollegiate Athletics program is to provide students with opportunities to enhance their education, to represent the University, and to participate in competitive sports while developing skills and understanding. This mission is fulfilled through meeting the following objectives: 1. Emphasize the student-athlete concept and support the academic achievement of all participants; 2. Engage in all sporting activities in compliance with NCAA, Conference and University regulations and procedures; 3. Provide equal opportunities for both male and female athletes; 4. Enhance the University’s visibility and name recognition through a comprehensive program of successful competitive athletics; 5. Provide spectator events that contribute to campus life, build community spirit and generate regional competition and rivalry.

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The Cougar logo was introduced in October 2007 as SIUE began its transition to NCAA Division I athletics. The logo was designed by 4 Alarm Studios in St. Louis. The logo received a gold award in the 23rd Annual Admissions Advertising Awards competition, the oldest and largest competition of its kind in the country. More than 1,000 colleges, universities and secondary schools submitted entries for the competition.




Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

Coaching Staff Head Coach Todd Gober Heading into his ninth season in 2009, SIUE coach Todd Gober continues to push the volleyball program into new heights. Gober led the Cougars to a 13-14 record and a third-place finish at the National Transitions Tournament in their first NCAA Division I season. In 2007, their final season at Division II, the Cougars advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive season and finished with a No. 14 national ranking in the final American Volleyball Coaches Association poll, equaling their best-ever ranking at SIUE. Gober posted 20-plus victories in each of his first seven seasons at SIUE and completed the last five years at the Division II level with 25-plus wins each season. SIUE completed the 2007 season with a 27-7 record overall. In 2006, the Cougars tied the school record for wins with 29. Gober enters the 2009 season with a career record of 189-70, averaging more than 23 victories a season in his eight seasons at SIUE. He has more wins than any other Cougar volleyball coach, which includes a mark of 68-10 on his home court. Gober’s teams have produced six All-Americans and four Academic All-Americans, including two Division I Academic All-Americans. His 2005 team won the program’s first Great Lakes Valley Conference championship, and Gober made his first trip to the NCAA Tournament. He has since taken SIUE to two other NCAA Tournaments. Prior to coming to SIUE, Gober posted a record of 204-50 (80.3 percent) as the head coach at Southwestern Illinois College (SWIC). He produced

Year - Record (Conference) 2001 - 21-13 (11-4 GLVC) 2002 - 21-10 (11-3 GLVC) 2003 - 25-7 (12-2 GLVC) 2004 - 25-7 (14-2 GLVC) 2005 - 28-6 (14-2 GLVC) 2006 - 29-6 (16-0 GLVC) 2007 - 27-7 (17-2 GLVC) 2008 - 13-14 Totals: 189-70 (100-15 GLVC) five junior college All-Americans, 22 All-Region selections, four conference Most Valuable Players and four Conference Freshmen of the Year. All of his teams at SWIC earned national rankings. Gober’s teams had not dropped below 20th in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) rankings and rose as high as seventh in the nation. In 1998 and 1999, SWIC appeared in the NJCAA tournament and finished fifth and ninth nationally, respectively. Gober was honored as the Conference Coach of the Year four times, the Region 24 Coach of the Year twice and District 15 Coach of the Year twice. Gober’s teams held a 96 percent graduation rate from 1996 through 1999. Twenty-one of 24 graduating sophomores under Gober received scholarships to four-year institutions. One of his graduates at SWIC was former Cougar Shanan McLean. While Gober was working as SWIC’s head volleyball coach, he also was an adjunct instructor of

Wendy Hedberg - Director of Volleyball Operations After 29 successful seasons as SIUE’s head women’s basketball coach, Wendy Hedberg announced the 2007-2008 season would be her final season as the Cougars’ head coach. But that didn’t stop Hedberg from making the move to help out the volleyball program. Hedberg serves as the Director of Volleyball Operations under Coach Gober. In 29 seasons of basketball, Hedberg posted a 470-361 record. Five of Hedberg’s teams have advanced to the NCAA Tournament (1994, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2007). That includes the 2006-2007 season when SIUE eclipsed the 20-win mark and earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament. Hedberg coached not only the school’s leading scorer and three-time All-American Misi Clark (1997-2001) but also four other Cougars who earned AllAmerican honors -- Lori Sebastian (1990-91), LeAnn Bryan (1993-94), Kim Lowe (1998-99) and Amber Shelton (2006-2008). A native of Arlington Heights, Ill., Hedberg attended Hersey High School. Hedberg continued her education at Western Illinois University (WIU), where she was an All-American shortstop on the softball team and a standout on the basketball court. Hedberg was recognized for her achievements at WIU as she was named to the school’s Hall of Fame. Hedberg graduated from WIU in 1974 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. She also received a master’s with a specialization in athletic training from Indiana State.

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volleyball at SWIC as well as a Vice President and Compliance Officer at Citizens Community Bank in Mascoutah, where he continues to serve as a parttime consultant. Gober has also partnered with the Grenadian Ministry of Sports to bring Volleyball to the Caribbean Island nation. Gober earned a bachelor of arts degree in business (economics) from Northwestern (Iowa) College in 1985 and a master of arts in finance from Saint Louis University in 1991. Gober and his wife, Joan, have three children: 15-year old Lexi, 12-year old Liza and eight-year old Cole. The family resides in Edwardsville.

Assistant Coach Mallory Clements Mallory Clements joins the SIUE coaching staff after four highlysuccessful seasons as a setter for the Cougars. A two-time ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican and an American Volleyball Coaches Association All-American as a junior, Clements constantly displayed the grace under pressure needed to become one of the SIUE’s all-time best players. She holds the school record for career service aces with 189 and posted the most kills by a setter with 830. She is ranked No. 2 all-time in assists with 4,311 and digs with 1,459. With a career hitting percentage of .249, Clements was responsible for 1,139 points alltime, which is ninth-best in school history. Clements earned a bachelor’s in business administration from SIUE in 2009. She is pursuing a master’s in business administration.

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

2009 Roster NUMERICAL No. Name Pos. 2 Noelle Franke OH 3 Brittni Birkey OH 4 Jamie Mueller S 5 Brooke Smith OH 7 Diane Schmidlin DS 8 Haley Rosenkranz DS 9 Karie Downing MH 10 Sammi Minton S 11 Brianne Graunke MH 13 Sydney Winslow OH 14 Jessica Hemann MH 16 Kelsey Mosher MH 19 Tiffany Turner DS 21 Danielle Cushley OH Todd Gober - Head Coach Wendy Hedberg - Director of Operations Mallory Clements - Assistant Coach ALPHABETICAL No. Name 3 Brittni Birkey 21 Danielle Cushley 9 Karie Downing 2 Noelle Franke 11 Brianne Graunke 14 Jessica Hemann 10 Sammi Minton 16 Kelsey Mosher 4 Jamie Mueller 8 Haley Rosenkranz 7 Diane Schmidlin 5 Brooke Smith 19 Tiffany Turner 13 Sydney Winslow

Pos. OH OH MH OH MH MH S MH S DS DS OH DS OH

Ht. 6-0 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-7 5-11 5-7 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-0 5-4 5-10

Ht. 6-0 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-10 5-7 6-0 5-10 5-7 5-10 5-10 5-4 6-1

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

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

Hometown/Last School St. Louis, Mo./Arkansas State LaFontaine, Ind./Grace College Waukesha, Wis./Waukesha West Godfrey, Ill./Metro East Lutheran Butler, Wis./Brookfield East Moro, Ill./Civic Memorial Ottumwa, Iowa/Indian Hills CC Milwaukee, Wis./Milwaukee Pius XI Elmhurst, Ill./York Community Farmington, Mo./Farmington Breese, Ill./SW Illinois College Effingham, Ill./Effingham Mt. Pulaski, Ill./Mt. Pulaski Lodi, Wis./Lodi

Hometown/Last School LaFontaine, Ind./Grace College Lodi, Wis./Lodi Ottumwa, Iowa/Indian Hills CC St. Louis, Mo./Arkansas State Elmhurst, Ill./York Community Breese, Ill./SW Illinois College Milwaukee, Wis./Milwaukee Pius XI Effingham, Ill./Effingham Waukesha, Wis./Waukesha West Moro, Ill./Civic Memorial Butler, Wis./Brookfield East Godfrey, Ill./Metro East Lutheran Mt. Pulaski, Ill./Mt. Pulaski Farmington, Mo./Farmington

Pronunciation Guide Brittni Birkey - BURR - key Danielle Cushley - DAN - yell CUSH - lee Mallory Clements - CLEM - ents Noelle Franke - FRANK - ee Brianne Graunke - BREE - ann GRAUN - key Todd Gober - GO - burr Jessica Hemann - Hee - man Jamie Mueller - MUE - lurr Haley Rosenkranz - Hay - lee ROW - zen - kranz Sydney Winslow - WINS - low

By Position # 2 3 5 13 21

NAME OUTSIDE HITTERS Noelle Franke Brittni Birkey Brooke Smith Sydney Winslow Danielle Cushley

Ht.

Year

6-0 6-0 5-10 6-1 5-10

Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr.

# 9 11 14 16

MIDDLE HITTERS Karie Downing Brianne Graunke Jessica Hemann Kelsey Mosher

5-11 6-0 5-10 6-0

Jr. Fr. So. Fr.

# 4 10

SETTER Jamie Mueller Sammi Minton

5-10 5-7

Fr. Fr.

# 7 8 19

DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST Diane Schmidlin 5-10 Haley Rosenkranz 5-7 Tiffany Turner 5-4

Jr. So. Sr.

By Class # 3 14

SENIORS (2) NAME Brittany Birkey Tiffany Turner

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Pos. OH DS

# 2 7 9 13

JUNIORS (4) NAME Noelle Franke Diane Schmidlin Karie Downing Sydney Winslow

Pos. OH DS MH OH

# 8 14

SOPHOMORES (2) NAME Haley Rosenkranz Jessica Hemann

Pos. DS MH

# 4 5 10 11 16 21

FRESHMEN (6) NAME Jamie Mueller Brooke Smith Sammi Minton Brianne Graunke Kelsey Mosher Danielle Cushley

Pos. S OH S MH MH OH 11


Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

Student-Athlete Biographies

#3 Brittni Birkey 6-0 • Senior • Outside Hitter LaFontaine, Ind. (Southwood H.S.) 2008: Recorded 67 kills in 51 sets for the season ... Posted seven kills on 11 attacks for a .636 hitting percentage versus Quinnipiac ... Finished with six service aces and two assists ... Recorded 30 total attacks versus South Dakota. Previously: Transferred from Grace College where she played for two seasons ... Led the team in kills with 443 and total blocks with 98 last season ... Earned Freshman Player of the Year honors. Prep: Earned several honors while playing volleyball at Southwood High School ... Tabbed first team All-State ... Voted County Player of the Year ... Received first team All-Ft. Wayne and Most Valuable Player for two years ... Member of National Honor Society. Personal: Major: Biology ... Born: December 6, 1987 ... Parents are Lavon and Tamera Birkey. CAREER HIGHS Attack Percentage (Min. 5 kills): .636 (7-0-11) vs. Quinnipiac (10/4/08) Kills: 12 at Bryant (11/14/08) Attempts: 30 vs. South Dakota (11/14/08) Points: 14 at Bryant (11/14/08) Assists: 1 (twice) Digs: 8 at Bryant (11/14/08) Service Aces: 2 (twice) Blocks: 3 at Indiana State (10/7/08)

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008

SP 51

Season 2008

DIG D/S RE BS 61 1.20 6 2

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MP K K/S E TA Pct A 22 67 1.31 39 268 .104 2

A/S 0.04

SA 6

SA/S SE 0.12 4

BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S 9 11 0.22 4 0 79.5 1.55

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

Student-Athlete Biographies

#19 Tiffany Turner 5-4 • Senior • Defensive Specialist Mt. Pulaski, Ill. (Mt. Pulaski H.S.) 2008: Finished third on team with 275 digs ... Appeared in all 27 matches ... Made two starts ... Tallied 40 assists on the year ... Recorded two service aces. 2007: Appeared in 34 matches, making one start ... Recorded a teamleading 513 digs (4.01 per game). 2006: Appeared in 118 games, posting 246 digs ... Recorded 27 services aces.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL Season 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

SP 118 128 95 341 DIG 241 513 275 1029

MP 35 34 27 96 D/S 2.04 4.01 2.89 3.02

K 2 4 0 6 RE 19 33 31 83

K/S E TA Pct A 0.02 2 13 .000 53 0.03 6 23 -.087 74 0.00 2 19 -.105 40 0.02 10 55 -.073 167 BS BA TB B/S BE 5 0 5 0.04 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 5 0 5 0.01 0

A/S SA SA/S SE 0.45 27 0.23 25 0.58 4 0.03 12 0.42 2 0.02 7 0.49 33 0.10 44 BHE Points Pts/S 6 34.0 0.29 1 8.0 0.06 4 2.0 0.02 11 44.0 0.13

Prep: Special Mention All-State her senior season at Mt. Pulaski High School ... All-Area first team pick ... Named among Top 50 liberos by Prep Volleyball ... All-Conference selection for three season ... Two-time co-captain ... Four-year letter winner in volleyball at Mt. Pulaski as team’s libero and defensive specialist ... Honor roll all four years ... Helped Illini Elite to third place in the national division in 2005 ... Spent two years each with club teams Illinois Junior and Illinois Elite. Personal: Major: Mass Communications ... Born: May 20, 1988 ... Parents are Lisa and Jerry Turner. CAREER HIGHS Attack Percentage (Min. 5 kills): N/A Kills: 1 six times (last vs. Drury 11/4/07) Attempts: 3 three times (last vs. South Dakota 11/14/08) Points: 6 vs. Missouri Southern (9/28/06) Assists: 7 vs. UW Parkside (10/5/07) Digs: 26 twice (last vs. Truman State 10/23/07) Service Aces: 6 vs. Missouri Southern (9/28/06) Blocks: N/A

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

Student-Athlete Biographies

#2 Noelle Franke 6-0 • Junior • Outside Hitter St. Louis, Mo. (Parkway West H.S.) 2008: Posted 131 kills in 74 games ... Tallied 15 assists and 13 service aces for season ... Recorded 13 kills in five-game match against Eastern Kentucky ... Team high eight kills facing Austin Peay ... Finished with seven kills against future conference foe Eastern Illinois ... Led all players with seven kills in win versus Chicago State. Previously: Transfer from Arkansas State ... Played spring volleyball for SIUE in 2008. Prep: Four-year starter for Parkway West ... Averaged four-plus kills per game ... Two-year co-captain ... Led Suburban South Conference in kills during senior year ... Led team in kills during junior and senior seasons ... Named to the All-State First team as a senior ... Also participated on the track and field and basketball teams ... Participated in club volleyball for nine years. Personal: Major: Nursing ... Born: December 23, 1988 ... Parents are Pam and Don Franke. CAREER HIGHS Attack Percentage (Min. 5 kills): .714 (5-0-7) vs. Quinnipiac (10/4/08) Kills: 13 vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/4/08) Attempts: 44 vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/4/08) Points: 16 vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/4/08) Assists: 4 vs. Eastern Michigan (9/5/08) Digs: 11 vs. Eastern Michigan (9/5/08) Service Aces: 3 at Austin Peay (8/29/08) Blocks: 5 vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/4/08)

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008

SP 74

Season 2008

DIG D/S RE BS 60 0.81 5 1

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MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S 26 131 1.77 73 406 .143 15 0.20

SA 13

SA/S SE 0.18 16

BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S 18 19 0.26 2 1 154.0 2.08

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2009 Cougar Volleyball

Student-Athlete Biographies

#7 Diane Schmidlin 5-10 • Junior • Outside Hitter Butler, Wis. (Brookfield East H.S.) 2008: Recorded 167 digs in 26 matches ... Started eight matches ... Finished with 25 assists and 15 service aces ... Recorded 16 digs to help Cougars to victory over UT-Martin. 2007: Appeared in 20 matches, making six starts ... Recorded 78 digs (1.62 per game) and 17.5 points on the season. Prep: Three-time All-Conference selection at Brookfield East High School ... Four-year starter and two-time team captain ... Milwaukee Sting club team took fifth place at national tournament. Parents are Howard and Mary Schmidlin ... Born: April 14, 1989 ... Parent is Mary Schmidlin. CAREER HIGHS Attack Percentage (Min. 5 kills): N/A Kills: 2 four times (last vs. Providence 10/3/08) Attempts: 15 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (10/13/07) Points: 6 vs. Eastern Michigan (9/5/08) Assists: 4 twice (last vs. UT Martin 8/30/08) Digs: 25 vs. Eastern Michigan (9/5/08) Service Aces: 6 vs. Eastern Michigan (9/5/08) Blocks: 3 vs. UM-Rolla (9/21/07)

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2007 2008 TOTAL Season 2007 2008 TOTAL

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SP 48 78 126 DIG 78 167 245

MP 20 26 46 D/S 1.62 2.14 1.94

K 9 3 12 RE 22 30 52

K/S E TA Pct A 0.19 9 45 .000 16 0.04 5 27 -.074 25 0.10 14 72 -.028 41 BS BA TB B/S BE 0 5 5 0.10 0 0 0 0 0.00 1 0 5 5 0.04 1

A/S 0.33 0.32 0.33 BHE 0 2 2

SA 6 15 21 Points 17.5 18.0 35.5

SA/S SE 0.12 5 0.19 25 0.17 30 Pts/S 0.35 0.23 0.28

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

Student-Athlete Biographies

#13 Sydney Winslow 6-1 • Junior • Right-Side Hitter Farmington, Mo. (Farmington H.S.) 2008: Led team with 311 kills (3.21 per game) ... Named to the National Transitions Tournament All-Tournament Team ... 17 kills led team to victory over Seattle ... 3.75 points per game ... Led team in service aces ... Second on team in assists ... 23 kills against Indiana State ... Recorded 15 kills at Missouri ... Started all 27 matches...Was third on team in digs with 184 ... Collected 15 kills, five service aces and two blocks in sweep over Eastern Kentucky ... Posted team-leading seven kills for the Cougars in loss to nationally-ranked Illinois. 2007: Appeared in 32 matches, making 19 starts ... Recorded 256 kills (2.27 per game) ... Had a .233 hitting percentage on 679 total attacks ... Tallied 117 digs (1.04 per game) to accompany her 69 blocks (0.61 per game) ... Accumulated 312 points (2.76 per game). Prep: Four-year All-Conference and All-District selection ... First team All-State basketball selection ... Club experience with Invasion, Team Element and Southern Illinois Select volleyball clubs. Personal: Major: Elementary Education ... Born: July 12, 1989 ... Parents are Dorothy and Gregg Winslow. CAREER HIGHS Attack Percentage (Min. 5 kills): .591 vs. Rockhurst (14-1-22) (11/2/07) Kills: 23 at Indiana State (10/7/08) Attempts: 47 vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/4/08) Points: 24.5 at Indiana State (10/7/08) Assists: 6 twice (last at Bryant 11/14/08) Digs: 18 at Bryant (11/14/08) Service Aces: 5 at Eastern Kentucky (10/10/08) Blocks: 5 vs. Providence (10/3/08)

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2007 2008 TOTAL

SP MP K K/S E 113 32 256 2.27 98 97 27 311 3.21 122 210 59 567 2.70 220

TA 679 738 1417

Pct .233 .256 .245

A 58 63 121

Season 2007 2008 TOTAL

DIG 117 184 301

TB 69 37 106

B/S 0.61 0.38 0.50

BE BHE Points 6 6 312.0 1 3 363.5 7 9 675.5

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D/S RE BS 1.04 1 3 1.90 10 4 1.43 11 7

BA 66 33 99

A/S 0.51 0.65 0.58

SA 20 32 52

SA/S SE 0.18 41 0.33 36 0.25 77 Pts/S 2.76 3.74 3.21

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2009 Cougar Volleyball

Student-Athlete Biographies

#8 Haley Rosenkranz 5-7 • Sophomore • Defensive Specialist Moro, Ill. (Civic Memorial H.S.) 2008: Participated in 11 matches for the season ... Finished with 23 digs on season ... Played in 24 sets. Prep: Four-year varsity letter winner for Civic Memorial High School ... Voted team Most Valuable Player as a senior ... Earned first team All-Conference and first team All-Area honors. Personal: Major: Business ... Born: August 27, 1990 ... Parents are Dennis and Donna Rosenkranz. CAREER HIGHS Attack Percentage (Min. 5 kills): n/a Kills: n/a Attempts: 1 three times (last at Chicago State 10/4/08) Points: n/a Assists: 1 twice (last vs. Eastern Michigan 9/5/08) Digs: 8 vs. Eastern Michigan (9/5/08) Service Aces: n/a Blocks: n/a

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CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008 TOTAL

SP 24 24

MP 11 11

K K/S 0 0.00 0 0.00

Season 2008 TOTAL

DIG D/S RE BS 23 0.96 5 0 23 0.96 5 0

E 0 0

TA Pct A 3 .000 2 3 .000 2

A/S 0.08 0.08

SA 0 0

SA/S SE 0.00 0 0.00 0

BA TB B/S BE BHE Points Pts/S 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.0 0.00

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

Student-Athlete Biographies #21 Danielle Cushley

#11 Brianne Graunke

5-10 • Freshman Outside Hitter Lodi, Wis. Lodi H.S.

6-0 • Freshman Middle Hitter Elmhurst, Ill. York Community H.S.

Prep: Two-time Capital Conference Player of the Year at Lodi High School ... Third team All-State pick as a senior ... Selected second team All-Area as a junior and a senior by the Madison State Journal ... Three-time first team All-Conference selection ... Second team All-Conference as a freshman ... Led team in kills and service aces her junior and senior seasons while earning Most Valuable Player honors ... All-time leader at Lodi in service aces ... Club team Capital Volleyball Academy posted third place at the JVDA Championships ... Helped Wisconsin Power to 14-1 record and a Junior Olympics championship in 2004.

Prep: Two-time All-Area and All-West Suburban Conference selection at York Community High School ... Helped York to West Suburban Conference titles and regional championships as a junior and a senior ... Led York to sectional semifinals as a senior ... Earned Prairie State Achievement Award for Science in 2009 ... Selected for 2009 President’s Education Awards Program for Outstanding Academic Excellence ... Named to West Suburban Conference All-Academic team in 2008 and 2009 ... Played for 1st Alliance Volleyball Club ... Helped team to fifth place at the JDVA nationals in the Gold 18s Open Division.

Personal: Major: Undeclared ... Born: February 25, 1991 ... Parents are Hugh and Julie Cushley.

Personal: Major: Undeclared ... Born: February 26, 1991 ... Parents are Wade and Janet Graunke.

#9 Karie Downing

#14 Jessica Hemann

5-11 • Junior Middle Hitter Ottumwa, Iowa Ottumwa H.S.

5-10 • Sophomore Middle Hitter Breese, Ill. Breese Central H.S.

Previous: First team NJCAA Division I All-American as a sophomore at Indian Hills Community College ... Broke the Indian Hills record for kills with 1,028 and blocks with 328 in two seasons ... Set single-season records for kills and blocks.

Previous: Played one season at Southwestern Illinois College after first signing with Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

Prep: Two-time All-State selection at Ottumwa High School ... Tabbed AllConference and All-District three straight seasons ... Selected to the Elite Iowa Coaches Team ... Participated in the Iowa Girls Coaches Association Senior AllStar team in volleyball, softball and basketball ... Named an All-American Scholar and to the United States Achievement Academy.

Prep: Second team All-State selection in 2006 and 2007 for Breese Central High School ... Guided her team to Class 2A state championship as a senior ... All-Metro pick by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and first team All-Area by the Belleville NewsDemocrat ... Finished with 302 kills, 246 digs and 153 blocks as a senior and 321 kills and 230 blocks as a junior ... Won a track and field state championship in the high jump as a junior.

Personal: Major: Undeclared ... Born: January 22, 1989 ... Parents are Don and Denise Downing.

Personal: Major: Undeclared ... Born: August 14, 1989 ... Parents are Curtis and Lori Hemann.

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2009 Cougar Volleyball

Student-Athlete Biographies #10 Sammi Minton

#4 Jamie Mueller

5-7 • Freshman Setter Milwaukee, Wis. Milwaukee Pius H.S.

5-10 • Freshman Setter Waukesha, Wis. Waukesha West H.S.

Prep: Selected to the Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association All-State first team in 2008 at Milwaukee Pius XI High School ... Named WVCA All-Tournament team (Division 1) ... Led Milwaukee Pius XI to state runner-up finish in 2008 ... Helped team to Classic Eight Conference titles in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... Named the Classic Eight Conference Player of the Year as the senior team captain ... Tabbed All-Conference second team in 2007 ... Played volleyball for the Milwaukee Sting since age 12 ... Participated at Junior Olympics for four years and made one appearance at the JVDA Nationals in Louisville, Ky.

Prep: First team All-Classic Eight Conference setter as a junior and a senior at Waukesha West High School ... Conference Player of the Year as a junior ... Earned Scholar-Athlete Award ... Member of High Honor Roll ... Played club volleyball for Milwaukee Sting ... Helped Sting to ninth place at JDVA Club Division ... Also earned first team All-Conference honors in softball at Waukesha West. Personal: Major: Undeclared ... Born: April 29, 1991 ... Parents are Lou and Stephanie Mueller.

Personal: Major: Undeclared ... Born: February 22, 1991 ... Parents are Terry and Sue Minton.

#16 Kelsey Mosher

#5 Brooke Smith

6-0 • Freshman Middle Hitter Effingham, Ill. Effingham H.S.

5-10 • Freshman Outside Hitter Godfrey, Ill. Metro East Lutheran H.S.

Prep: Two-time Apollo Conference first team selection at Effingham High School ... Three-time winner of the Blocking Award ... Selected to the Edwards County AllTournament team for three consecutive seasons (2006-2008) ... Named to the Mt. Pulaski and Parkland College All-Tournament teams ... Three-time letter winner in volleyball and basketball ... Named to the Effingham Girls Tournament All-Tournament team in basketball ... Selected to the Academic Hall of Fame ... Member of National Honors Society ... Received the Society of Academic Achievement and the U.S. Achievement Academy ... Played club volleyball for Topspin 18’s.

Prep: Set Metro East Lutheran High School career records with 1,019 kills and 1,148 digs ... Selected to the All-Area team by St. Louis Post-Dispatch her sophomore and junior seasons ... Named to the Alton Telegraph All-Area team ... Led Metro East Lutheran in kills, blocks and digs her senior year ... Named the Most Valuable Player her junior year ... Helped Metro East Lutheran to a regional win her freshman and sophomore year ... Became school’s all-time leader with 1,815 points and 929 rebounds in basketball ... Played volleyball for the Southern Heat volleyball club.

Personal: Major: Undeclared ... Born: October 3, 1990 ... Parents are Scott and Kathy Mosher.

Personal: Major: Undeclared ... Born: November 20, 1990 ... Parents are Vince and Melinda Smith.

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

2009 Opponents UMKC

Indiana State

Ball State

Chattanooga

Indiana State Tournament Fri., Aug. 28 @ Terre Haute, Ind.

Indiana State Tournament Sat., Aug. 29 @ Terre Haute, Ind.

Sat., Sept. 5 @ Muncie, Ind.

Chattanooga Tournament Sat., Sept. 12 @ Chattanooga, Tenn.

Location (Enroll.)............ Kansas City, Mo. (14,221) Facility (cap.)............. Swinney Rec. Center (1,500) Nickname............................................... Kangaroos Colors................................................... Blue & Gold 2008 Overall Record...................................... 12-20 Conference.............................. The Summit League Summit League Rcd./Place...................... 5-11/T6th Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................10/7 Starters Ret./Lost....................................5/1+ libero Athletic Director.......................................... Tim Hall Head Coach........................................Geno Frugoli Record at School (yrs.)..............................17-47 (1) Career (yrs.)..............................................17-47 (1) Volleyball SID....................................... James Allan Office Phone....................................(816) 235-1034 E-mail......................................... allanjc@umkc.edu Web site..........................www.umkckangaroos.com

Location (Enroll.)............ Terre Haute, Ind. (10,568) Facility (cap.)..................................ISU Arena (500) Nickname...............................................Sycamores Colors........................................Royal Blue & White 2008 Overall Record........................................ 8-23 Conference.......................................Missouri Valley MVC Record/Place.................................2-16 (10th) Letter winners Ret./Lost......................................8/5 Starters Ret./Lost................................... 5/1+Libero Athletic Director................................Ron Prettyman Head Coach ........................................... Traci Dahl Record at School (yrs.)................................8-23 (1) Career (yrs.)................................................8-23 (1) Volleyball SID ................................... Kevin Jenison Office Phone . .................................(812) 237-4073 E-mail .........................Kevin.jenison@indstate.edu Web site ............................www.gosycamores.com

Location (Enroll.)....................Muncie, Ind. (17,285) Facility (cap.)....... John E. Worthen Arena (11,500) Nickname................................................. Cardinals Colors........................................Cardinal and White 2008 Overall Record...................................... 12-21 Conference........................................ Mid-American MAC Record/Place . .................6-10 (4th West/7th) Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................11/3 Starters Ret./Lost...................................6 + libero/0 Athletic Director.....................................Tom Collins Head Coach ..........................................Dave Boos Record at School (yrs.)..............................17-46 (3) Career (yrs.) .............................................17-46 (3) Volleyball SID ......................................Brad Caudill Office Phone . .................................(765) 285-8242 E-mail .......................................bcaudill2@bsu.edu Web site ..........................www.ballstatesports.com

Location (Enroll.)..........Chattanooga, Tenn. (9,807) Facility (cap.)...................... Maclellan Gym (4,177) Nickname............................................... Lady Mocs Colors............................. Navy, Old Gold and Silver 2008 Overall Record...................................... 17-16 Conference............................ Southern Conference SoCon Record/Place . ...................12-6/3rd (North) Letter winners Ret./Lost......................................9/4 Starters Ret./Lost...................................2/4 + libero Athletic Director.........................................Rick Hart Head Coach ..................................... Mike Johnson Record at School (yrs.).............. 256-247 (15 years) Career (yrs.) .......................................353-326 (20) Volleyball SID .......................................Nate Blythe Office Phone . ................................... 423-425-2116 Fax ................................................... 423-425-4610 E-mail .................................... nate-blythe@utc.edu Web site ............................................ GoMocs.com

Akron

Western Illinois

IUPU-Ft. Wayne

Austin Peay

Indiana State Tournament Fri., Aug. 28 @ Terre Haute, Ind.

Tue., Sept. 1 Macomb, Ill.

Sat., Sept. 5 @ Muncie, Ind.

Chattanooga Tournament Sat., Sept. 12 @ Chattanooga, Tenn.

Location (Enroll.).................... Akron, Ohio (24,704) Facility (cap.).........James A. Rhodes Arena (3,064) Nickname..........................................................Zips Colors................................................... Blue & Gold 2008 Overall Record.......................................11-17 Conference........................................ Mid-American MAC Record/Place . .......................... 5-11/4th East Letter winners Ret./Lost......................................7/7 Starters Ret./Lost...................................4 + libero/2 Athletic Director.............................Hunter Yurachek Head Coach ...........................................Ron Arenz Record at School (yrs.).............................. 11-17 (1) Career (yrs.) .............................................47-46 (3) Volleyball SID .................................... Amanda Aller Office Phone . .................................(330) 972-6584 E-mail .....................................ama38@uakron.edu Web site ......................................www.GoZips.com

Location (Enroll.)....................Macomb, Ill. (13,331) Facility (cap.)................... Western Hall (800/5,139) Nickname...........................................Leathernecks Colors.............................................Purple and Gold 2008 Overall Record........................................ 9-22 Conference.............................. The Summit League Summit League Record/Place . ................. 5-9/T7th Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................10/2 Starters Ret./Lost...................................5 + libero/1 Athletic Director.................... Dr. Tim M. Van Alstine Head Coach ........................................ Kym McKay Record at School (yrs.)............................78-132 (8) Career (yrs.) ...........................................78-132 (8) Volleyball SID ............................................ Bill Ford Office Phone . ................................. (309) 298-1133 E-mail .......................................... wr-ford@wiu.edu Web site ...............................www.wiuathletics.com

Location (Enroll.).............Fort Wayne, Ind. (12,338) Facility (cap.)....... Hilliard Gates Sports Center (2,500) Nickname...............................................Mastodons Colors....................................Royal Blue and White 2008 Overall Record...................................... 16-15 Conference.............................. The Summit League Summit League Record/Place . ...............11-5 (3rd) Letter winners Ret./Lost......................................8/4 Starters Ret./Lost...................................3 + libero/3 Athletic Director.....................................Tommy Bell Head Coach ..........................Kelley Hartley Hutton Record at School (yrs.)........................209-109 (10) Career (yrs.) .......................................346-176 (15) Volleyball SID ..........................................Bill Salyer Office Phone . .................................(260) 481-0729 E-mail ........................................ salyerw@ipfw.edu Web site ............................www.gomastodons.com

Location (Enroll.)..............Clarksville, Tenn. (9,401) Facility (cap.).......................... Dunn Center (7,257) Nickname............................................... Lady Govs Colors...............................................Red and White 2008 Overall Record.......................................22-11 Conference............................................ Ohio Valley OVC Record/Place ................................13-5 (T3rd) Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................12/1 Starters Ret./Lost...................................6/0 + libero Athletic Director...................................... Dave Loos Head Coach ........................................Lisa Rhodes Record at School (yrs.)............................. First Year Career (yrs.) ............................................ First Year Volleyball SID ........................................Cody Bush Office Phone . .................................(931) 221-7561 E-mail ......................................... bushc@apsu.edu Web site ........................ www.apsugovernors.com/

North Dakota

Louisville

Loyola (Ill.)

Illinois State

Indiana State Tournament Sat., Aug. 29 @ Terre Haute, Ind.

Ball State Tournament Fri., Sept. 4 @ Muncie, Ind.

Chattanooga Tournament Fri., Sept. 11 @ Chattanooga, Tenn.

Tue., Sept. 15 @ Normal, Ill.

Location (Enroll.)..........Grand Forks, N.D. (12,748) Facility (cap.)......... Engelstad Sioux Center (5,500) Nickname..........................................Fighting Sioux Colors...................................... Kelly Green & White 2008 Overall Record........................................ 24-8 Conference............................................ Great West Great West Record/Place . ............... 5-11/ 4th East Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................10/1 Starters Ret./Lost...................................5 + libero/0 Athletic Director................................... Brian Faison Head Coach .................................. . Ashley Hardee Record at School (yrs.)........................ First Season Career (yrs.) ....................................... First Season Volleyball SID ......................................Ryan Powell Office Phone....................................(701) 777-2986 E-mail ................. ryanpowell@mail.und.nodak.edu Web site ............................. www.fightingsioux.com

Location (Enroll.)................. Louisville, Ky. (24,000) Facility (cap.)...................... Cardinal Arena (3,000) Nickname................................................. Cardinals Colors............................................... Red and Black 2008 Overall Record...................................... 19-10 Conference................................................. Big East Big East Record/Place ............................. 11-3/ 3rd Letter winners Ret./Lost......................................8/5 Starters Ret./Lost...................................5/1 + libero Athletic Director...................................... Tom Jurich Head Coach ........................................ Leonid Yelin Record at School (yrs.)..........................321-92 (13) Career (yrs.) .......................................436-128 (17) Volleyball SID ................................... Nancy Worley Office Phone . .................................. (502)852-0113 E-mail .................... nasmit01@gwise.louisville.edu Web site ............................... www.UofLSports.com

Location (Enroll.).................... Chicago, Ill. (15,545) Facility (cap.)....................... Gentile Center (5,200) Nickname................................................. Ramblers Colors.............................................. Maroon & Gold 2008 Overall Record.......................................19-11 Conference..................................... Horizon League Horizon Record/Place ................................. 8-8/4th Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................10/3 Starters Ret./Lost...................................5 + libero/1 Athletic Director....................................John Planek Head Coach ..................................Marcie Wolbeck Record at School (yrs.)..............................55-66 (4) Career (yrs.) .............................................65-84 (5) Volleyball SID ....................................... Leo Krause Office Phone . ................................... 773-508-2497 E-mail ...........................................lkrause@luc.edu Web site ........................... loyolaramblers.cstv.com

Location (Enroll.)......................Normal, Ill. (20,450) Facility (cap.)...................... Redbird Arena (10,200) Nickname.................................................. Redbirds Colors.................................................. Red & White 2008 Overall Record...................................... 16-15 Conference.......................................Missouri Valley MVC Rcd./Place .......................................... 9-9/5th Letter winners Ret./Lost......................................9/3 Starters Ret./Lost...................................5/1 + libero Athletic Director....................... Dr. Sheahon Zenger Head Coach .....................................Melissa Myers Record at School (yrs.)..............................16-15 (1) Career (yrs.) ...........................................177-64 (7) Volleyball SID ...................................Jimmy Knodel Office Phone . ................................... 309-438-3802 E-mail .....................................bpmcwet@isutu.edu Web site ................................ www.goredbirds.com

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

2009 Opponents Saint Louis

Evansville

Eastern Illinois

Missouri

Saint Louis University Tournament Fri., Sept. 18 @ Saint Louis

Wed., Sept. 23 @ SIUE

Sat., Oct. 17 @ HOME Sat., Nov. 14 @ Charleston, Ill.

Sat., Oct. 31 @ Columbia, Mo.

Location (Enroll.)............. Saint Louis, Mo. (12,733) Facility (cap.)...................... Chaifetz Pavilion (800) Nickname................................................... Billikens Colors........................................Royal Blue & White 2008 Overall Record........................................ 29-5 Conference..............................................Atlantic 10 Atlantic 10 Record/Place .................. 13-0/1st West Letter winners Ret./Lost ...................................1 / 1 Starters Ret./Lost...................................5 + libero/1 Athletic Director....................................... Chris May Head Coach .......................................Anne Kordes Record at School (yrs.)............................103-54 (5) Career (yrs.) ...........................................103-54 (5) Volleyball SID ................................Heather Freehill Office Phone . ................................... 314-977-7063 E-mail .......................................... hfreehil@slu.edu Web site ................................www.slubillikens.com

Location (Enroll.).................Evansville, Ind. (2,593) Facility (cap.)……................... Carson Center (500) Nickname............................................. Purple Aces Colors.................................Purple, Orange & White 2008 Overall Record...................................... 14-18 Conference.......................................Missouri Valley MVC Record/Place . .................................. 8-10/6th Letter winners Ret./Lost .....................................9/3 Starters Ret./Lost...................................4 + libero/2 Athletic Director...................................John Stanley Head Coach ..........................................Mike Swan Record at School (yrs.)............................ 70-114 (7) Career (yrs.) .......................................457-344 (23) Volleyball SID ...................................Whitney Tarpy Office Phone . ................................... 812-488-2350 E-mail ................................... wt31@evansville.edu Web site ............................www.gopurpleaces.com

Location (Enroll.)................ Charleston, Ill. (11,157) Facility (cap.)…….................... Lantz Arena (4,200) Nickname.................................................. Panthers Colors.........................................Royal Blue & Gray 2008 Overall Record........................................ 5-24 Conference............................................ Ohio Valley OVC Record/Place .................................. 2-16/10th Letter winners Ret./Lost .....................................9/4 Starters Ret./Lost...................................4 + libero/2 Athletic Director................................ Barbara Burke Head Coach .......................................... Alan Segal Record at School (yrs.)........................ First Season Career (yrs.) .......................................273-136 (12) Volleyball SID .................................... Bart Rettberg Office Phone . ................................... 217-581-6408 E-mail ......................................bvrettberg@eiu.edu Web site ............................. www.EIUpanthers.com

Location (Enroll.)................Columbia, Mo. (28,477) Facility (cap.)……............ Hearnes Center (13,611) Nickname.......................................................Tigers Colors........................................... Old Gold & Black 2008 Overall Record...................................... 13-17 Conference.................................................... Big 12 Big 12 Record/Place . .............................. 7-13/T8th Letter winners Ret./Lost ...................................10/2 Starters Ret./Lost...................................5/1 + libero Athletic Director................................. Michael Alden Head Coach ...................................Wayne Kreklow Record at School (yrs.)..............................73-48 (5) Career (yrs.) .........................................340-77 (10) Volleyball SID ................................ Clyde Verdin Jr. Office Phone . ................................... 573-884-9486 E-mail .................................VerdinC@missouri.edu Web site ................................... www.mutigers.com

UC Davis

Bradley

Morehead State

UT Martin

Saint Louis University Tournament Sat., Sept. 19 @ Saint Louis

Sun., Oct. 4 @ Peoria, Ill.

Fri., Oct. 23 @ Morehead, Ky.

Fri., Nov. 6 @ Martin, Tenn.

Location (Enroll.)....................Davis, Calif. (31,426) Facility (cap.).................. Hickey Gymnasium (800) Nickname......................................................Aggies Colors........................................... Yale Blue & Gold 2008 Overall Record...................................... 12-17 Conference................................................ Big West Big West Record/Place ............................. 4-12/7th Letter winners Ret./Lost .....................................6/9 Starters Ret./Lost...................................3 + libero/3 Athletic Director..............................Greg Warzecka Head Coach .....................................Jamie Holmes Record at School (yrs.)..............................12-17 (1) Career (yrs.) .............................................32-37 (2) Volleyball SID ......................................Mark Honbo Office Phone . ................................... 530-752-8050 E-mail ............................... mwhonbo@ucdavis.edu Web site .......................... www.ucdavisaggies.com

Location (Enroll.)......................... Peoria, Ill. (5,873) Facility (cap.).........................Markin Center (1,000) Nickname..................................................... Braves Colors.................................................. Red & White 2008 Overall Record........................................ 6-26 Conference.......................................Missouri Valley MVC Record/Place . ................................ 2-16/10th Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................10/3 Starters Ret./Lost....................................6/0+ libero Athletic Director................Virnette House-Browning Head Coach .....................................Sean Burdette Record at School (yrs.)................................6-26 (1) Career (yrs.) ...............................................6-26 (1) Volleyball SID ............................................ Jim Rea Office Phone . ................................... 309-677-2626 E-mail ......................................... jrea@bradley.edu Web site ...........................www.bradleybraves.com

Location (Enroll.)..................Morehead, Ky. (9,066) Facility (cap.)……............... Wetherby Gym (3,500) Nickname......................................................Eagles Colors................................................... Blue & Gold 2008 Overall Record........................................ 23-8 Conference............................................ Ohio Valley OVC Record/Place .................................. 14-4/T1st Letter winners Ret./Lost .....................................8/4 Starters Ret./Lost...................................3 + libero/3 Athletic Director.............................. Brian Hutchison Head Coach .....................................Jaime Gordon Record at School (yrs.)............................102-90 (6) Career (yrs.) ......................................... 182-117 (9) Volleyball SID ................................... Matt Schabert Office Phone . ................................... 606-783-2556 E-mail ................. m.schabert@moreheadstate.edu Web site ................................www.msueagles.com

Location (Enroll.).................... Martin, Tenn. (7,200) Facility (cap.)……...... Skyhawk Fieldhouse (7,000) Nickname................................................ Skyhawks Colors......................................Navy Blue & Orange 2008 Overall Record........................................ 9-24 Conference............................................ Ohio Valley OVC Record/Place .....................................7-11/6th Letter winners Ret./Lost .....................................6/8 Starters Ret./Lost...................................2 + libero/4 Athletic Director........................................Phil Dane Head Coach ................................... Darrin McClure Record at School (yrs.)................................9-24 (1) Career (yrs.) ...............................................9-24 (1) Volleyball SID ................................ Matthew Maxey Office Phone . ................................... 731-881-7632 E-mail ....................................... mmaxey@utm.edu Web site ................................. www.utmsports.com

Eastern Kentucky

Murray State

Toledo

Southeast Missouri

Saint Louis University Tournament Sat., Sept. 19 @ Saint Louis

Tue., Oct. 13 @ Cape Girardeau, Mo. Tue., Nov. 3 HOME

Sat., Oct. 24 @ Richmond, Ky.

Sat., Nov. 7 @ Murray, Ky.

Location (Enroll.)...................Toledo, Ohio (22,336) Facility (cap.)........... John F. Savage Arena (7,300) Nickname....................................................Rockets Colors................................. Midnight Blue and Gold 2008 Overall Record...................................... 14-17 Conference............... Mid-American (West Division) MAC Record/Place . .......................5-11 (5th-West) Letter winners Ret./Lost....................................13/2 Starters Ret./Lost...................................5/1 + libero Athletic Director.............................. Michael O’Brien Head Coach ......................................... Greg Smith Record at School (yrs.)..............................First year Career (yrs.) .............................................81-94 (6) Volleyball SID .................................... Steve Easton Office Phone . .................................(419) 530-4920 E-mail .........................steven.easton@utoledo.edu Web site ...................................www.utrockets.com

Location (Enroll.)......Cape Girardeau, Mo. (10,477) Facility (cap.).................. Houck Fieldhouse (2,000) Nickname................................................Redhawks Colors........................................Red, White & Black 2008 Overall Record...................................... 13-14 Conference............................................ Ohio Valley OVC Record/Place .....................................11-7/5th Letter winners Ret./Lost .....................................9/3 Starters Ret./Lost...................................4 + libero/2 Athletic Director.................................... John Shafer Head Coach ................................. Renata Nowacki Record at School (yrs.)..............................65-60 (4) Career (yrs.) .............................................65-60 (4) Volleyball SID ..................................... Patrick Clark Office Phone . ................................... 573-651-2937 E-mail ...................................... paclark@semo.edu Web site ..............................www.gosoutheast.com

Location (Enroll.)................Richmond, Ky. (16,050) Facility (cap.)……............. McBrayer Arena (6,500) Nickname...................................................Colonels Colors.............................................Maroon & White 2008 Overall Record........................................ 6-23 Conference............................................ Ohio Valley OVC Record/Place .................................... 4-14/9th Letter winners Ret./Lost .....................................9/3 Starters Ret./Lost...................................4 + libero/2 Athletic Director.................................... Mark Sandy Head Coach ........................................ Lori Duncan Record at School (yrs.)........................ 146-185 (11) Career (yrs.) .......................................175-285 (16) Volleyball SID ..................................... Kevin Britton Office Phone . ................................... 859-622-2006 E-mail ..................................kevin.britton@eku.edu Web site ............................... www.EKUSports.com

Location (Enroll.)..................... Murray, Ky. (10,500) Facility (cap.)……................... Racer Arena (5,500) Nickname..................................................... Racers Colors.................................................. Navy & Gold 2008 Overall Record...................................... 18-13 Conference............................................ Ohio Valley OVC Record/Place ..................................13-5/T3rd Letter winners Ret./Lost ...................................10/3 Starters Ret./Lost...................................4 + libero/2 Athletic Director...................................... Allen Ward Head Coach ................................David Schwepker Record at School (yrs.)........................ 152-151 (11) Career (yrs.) .......................................165-226 (14) Volleyball SID ............................... Teri LaJeunesse Office Phone . ................................... 270-809-3351 E-mail .................teri.lajeunesse@murraystate.edu Web site .................................www.GoRacers.com

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

2008 Results Date Aug. 29, 2008 Aug. 30, 2008 Sept. 5, 2008 Sept. 5,2008 Sept. 6,2008 Sept. 10, 2008 Sept. 19, 2008 Sept. 27, 2008 Sept. 30, 2008 Oct. 3, 2008 Oct. 4, 2008 Oct. 4, 2008 Oct. 7, 2008 Oct. 10, 2008 Oct. 11, 2008 Oct. 14, 2008 Oct. 18, 2008 Oct. 21, 2008 Oct. 24, 2008 Oct. 29, 2008 Oct. 31, 2008 Nov. 1, 2008 Nov. 4, 2008 Nov. 11, 2008 Nov. 14, 2008 Nov. 14, 2008 Nov. 15, 2008

Opponent at Austin Peay vs. UT Martin vs. Eastern Michigan at Bradley vs. UW-Milwaukee at Evansville at Illinois at Missouri at Loyola vs. Providence vs. Quinnipiac at Chicago State at Indiana State at Eastern Kentucky Air Force at Missouri State Illinois State at Southeast Missouri UT Martin at Saint Louis Chicago State Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky at Illinois-Chicago vs. South Dakota vs. Bryant vs. Seattle

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

Score-by-game Overall Rcrd L 25-23, 25-23, 25-15 0-1 W 21-25, 25-11, 25-21, 25-20 1-1 W 25-20, 25-23, 19-25, 19-25, 18-16 2-1 L 25-23, 22-25, 25-11, 22-25, 15-13 2-2 L 20-25, 28-26, 22-25, 25-23, 15-5 2-3 L 22-25, 27-25, 25-19, 25-16 2-4 L 25-18, 25-13, 25-13 2-5 L 25-8, 25-21, 25-22 2-6 L 25-18, 23-25, 25-20, 25-20 2-7 W 25-11, 25-18, 25-22 3-7 W 25-15, 25-16, 25-18 4-7 W 25-17, 25-20, 25-12 5-7 L 25-22, 25-23, 21-25, 26-24 5-8 W 25-16, 25-23, 25-19 6-8 W 25-13, 25-16, 25-21 7-8 L 25-12, 25-18, 25-11 7-9 L 25-21, 25-17, 21-25, 25-16 7-10 W 20-25, 25-16, 25-22, 25-21 8-10 W 25-19, 26-24, 25-23 9-10 L 25-12, 27-25, 25-20 9-11 W 25-11,25-17,25-21 10-11 W 25-17, 25-13, 25-20 11-11 L 17-25, 21-25, 26-24, 15-12 11-12 L 23-25, 25-22, 25-21, 25-22 11-13 L 25-22, 25-14, 17-25, 27-25 11-14 W 25-17, 26-28, 25-13, 25-23 12-14 W 25-21, 25-21, 31-29 13-14

Time 1:15 1:26 1:56 1:55 1:53 1:52 1:16 1:08 1:45 1:09 1:04 1:09 1:46 1:17 1:15 1:08 1:44 1:45 1:23 1:09 1:01 1:17 2:09 1:45 1:40 1:35 1:19

Attendance 235 100 124 156 171 171 1042 1125 224 79 68 93 147 125 575 430 482 237 511 448 75 245 234 361 108 155 100

2008 Comparison Statistics Opponent Score GP Kills Errors TA Hit Pct. Assists SA Austin Peay 0-3 3 36/46 16/10 108/123 .185/.293 33/42 7/9 Tennessee Martin 3-1 4 59/41 15/19 159/151 .277/.146 53/40 5/6 Eastern Michigan 3-2 5 51/58 31/33 198/213 .101/.117 49/50 10/4 Bradley 2-3 5 56/55 33/26 145/145 .159/.200 49/52 3/10 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2-3 5 60/57 34/28 180/189 .144/.153 58/51 7/6 Evansville 1-3 4 52/58 23/18 147/156 .197/.256 48/54 4/7 Illinois 0-3 3 19/45 16/15 95/98 .032/.306 18/42 2/11 Missouri 0-3 3 34/40 22/9 107/100 .112/.310 32/37 2/8 Loyola 1-3 4 47/52 24/17 130/120 .177/.292 44/48 6/4 Providence 3-0 3 45/28 10/14 89/82 .393/.171 40/26 7/8 Quinnipiac 3-0 3 45/24 8/16 77/73 .481/.110 39/23 8/7 Chicago State 3-0 3 42/23 11/18 99/96 .313/.052 37/21 8/4 Indiana State 1-3 4 62/59 22/16 158/147 .253/.293 58/56 3/5 Eastern Kentucky 3-0 3 48/31 19/14 123/111 .236/.153 40/28 11/4 AIR FORCE 3-0 3 36/24 15/17 92/91 .228/.077 32/23 17/5 Missouri State 0-3 3 26/40 19/11 105/99 .067/.293 24/38 1/7 ILLINOIS STATE 1-3 4 48/64 18/21 140/155 .214/.277 48/62 3/3 Southeast Missouri 3-1 4 64/49 18/23 159/144 .289/.181 59/47 2/3 UT MARTIN 3-0 3 55/35 20/13 106/93 .330/.237 48/33 2/5 Saint Louis 0-3 3 30/39 18/12 89/98 .135/.276 27/34 2/10 CHICAGO STATE 3-0 3 42/23 19/18 104/103 .221/.049 41/29 8/1 EASTERN ILLINOIS 3-0 3 42/28 11/20 105/104 .295/.077 38/25 4/4 EASTERN KENTUCKY 2-3 5 76/59 34/29 207/206 .203/.146 73/57 3/1 Illinois-Chicago 1-3 4 55/59 21/22 133/143 .256/.259 48/53 4/7 South Dakota 1-3 4 50/57 22/18 164/150 .171/.260 41/53 2/7 Bryant 3-1 4 64/43 17/19 158/153 .297/.157 57/38 12/5 Seattle 3-0 3 56/40 19/16 165/147 .224/.163 51/37 4/5 Totals 51-47 98 1300/1177 535/492 3542/3490 .216/.196 1185/1099 147/156 Note: Match totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

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SE RE Digs BS-BA Total BHE 2/7 9/7 51/48 1-2/1-10 2.0/6.0 1/1 12/7 6/5 74/68 0-6/1-4 3.0/3.0 0/5 12/11 4/10 111/88 0-16/3-20 8.0/13.0 0/0 8/9 10/3 49/44 0-18/1-36 9.0/19.0 1/0 8/6 6/7 89/77 0-20/3-22 10.0/14.0 1/1 10/8 7/4 62/63 2-12/3-8 8.0/7.0 1/0 2/6 11/2 34/46 1-2/1-10 2.0/6.0 1/2 4/4 8/2 40/43 1-6/4-6 4.0/7.0 0/1 15/11 4/6 40/50 0-6/1-12 3.0/7.0 3/2 4/6 8/7 36/32 0-12/0-8 6.0/4.0 0/2 7/4 7/8 28/21 1-4/0-4 3.0/2.0 2/2 10/6 4/8 49/41 1-6/0-4 4.0/2.0 0/0 7/9 5/3 62/61 2-10/4-6 7.0/7.0 1/1 3/2 4/11 59/50 1-4/2-6 3.0/5.0 1/0 5/3 5/17 47/39 0-6/0-12 3.0/6.0 1/2 7/1 7/1 44/50 2-10/2-14 7.0/9.0 1/0 9/7 3/3 60/69 0-6/1-10 3.0/6.0 1/0 11/2 3/2 65/70 7-8/5-0 11.0/5.0 1/4 6/1 5/2 42/29 0-8/1-16 4.0/9.0 1/0 5/8 10/2 45/37 0-10/4-8 5.0/8.0 4/1 4/5 1/8 57/42 2-2/2-4 3.0/4.0 0/0 6/5 4/4 48/44 0-8/0-2 4.0/1.0 1/0 11/5 1/3 102/91 1-18/1-18 10.0/10.0 3/2 9/6 7/4 46/49 1-16/0-10 9.0/5.0 0/0 7/7 7/2 64/74 1-8/0-6 5.0/3.0 1/4 10/3 5/12 73/66 0-12/0-10 6.0/5.0 4/2 3/6 5/4 81/73 0-6/1-18 3.0/10.0 1/1 197/155 156/147 1558/1465 24-242/41-284 145.0/183.0 31/33

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

2008 Individual Statistics ## Name GP 13 Sydney Winslow 97 6 Emily Rahn 95 15 Mallory Clements 98 4 Kelsey Hubert 95 5 Samantha Schulte 95 2 Noelle Franke 74 3 Brittni Birkey 51 16 Antonette Palumbo 16 20 Ashlee Brockenbrough 17 7 Diane Schmidlin 78 11 Kelly Farrell 28 14 Jenny Gilman 38 19 Tiffany Turner 95 8 Haley Rosenkranz 24 ## Name G 13 Sydney Winslow 97 6 Emily Rahn 95 15 Mallory Clements 98 5 Samantha Schulte 95 4 Kelsey Hubert 95 2 Noelle Franke 74 3 Brittni Birkey 51 16 Antonette Palumbo 16 20 Ashlee Brockenbrough 17 7 Diane Schmidlin 78 11 Kelly Farrell 28 8 Haley Rosenkranz 24 19 Tiffany Turner 95 14 Jenny Gilman 38 TEAM SIU Edwardsville 98 Opponents........... 98

Overall record: 13-14 Conf: 0-0 Home: 4-2 Away: 4-10 Neutral: 5-2 | -------------------------ATTACK----------------------| | ---------SET------| MP-MS K K/Game E TA Pct A A/Game 27-27 311 3.21 122 738 .256 63 0.65 27-27 208 2.19 81 602 .211 50 0.53 27-27 192 1.96 50 476 .298 897 9.15 27-27 184 1.94 80 470 .221 23 0.24 27-27 184 1.94 64 465 .258 24 0.25 26-8 131 1.77 73 406 .143 15 0.20 22-8 67 1.31 39 268 .104 2 0.04 11-0 14 0.88 10 34 .118 0 0.00 14-0 5 0.29 3 16 .125 2 0.12 26-8 3 0.04 5 27 -.074 25 0.32 15-0 1 0.04 2 7 -.143 33 1.18 18-2 0 0.00 3 10 -.300 9 0.24 27-2 0 0.00 2 19 -.105 40 0.42 11-0 0 0.00 0 3 .000 2 0.08 |---------RECEPT---------| |----------DIG----------| RE TA Pct DIG Dig/G 10 144 .931 184 1.90 29 448 .935 300 3.16 1 7 .857 278 2.84 1 17 .941 60 0.63 2 6 .667 68 0.72 5 79 .937 60 0.81 6 72 .917 61 1.20 1 1 .000 1 0.06 0 2 1.000 2 0.12 30 392 .923 167 2.14 6 60 .900 26 0.93 5 36 .861 23 0.96 31 479 .935 275 2.89 11 74 .851 53 1.39 18 156 1954 .920 1558 15.90 147 1953 .925 1465 14.95

| --------------------------SERVE-----------------------| SA SA/Gm SE TA Pct 32 0.33 36 331 .891 15 0.16 26 343 .924 28 0.29 36 412 .913 24 0.25 24 298 .919 11 0.12 12 200 .940 13 0.18 16 146 .890 6 0.12 4 87 .954 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 6 1.000 15 0.19 25 177 .859 1 0.04 5 46 .891 0 0.00 6 31 .806 2 0.02 7 88 .920 0 0.00 0 4 1.000

|-----------------------BLOCKING------------------------| BS BA Total B/Game BE 4 33 37 0.38 1 1 27 28 0.29 4 2 33 35 0.36 4 5 63 68 0.72 12 8 54 62 0.65 5 1 18 19 0.26 2 2 9 11 0.22 4 1 1 2 0.12 0 0 4 4 0.24 1 0 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 24 242 145.0 1.48 34 41 284 183.0 1.87 26

BHE POINTS Pts/Gm 3 363.5 3.75 1 237.5 2.50 18 238.5 2.43 2 231.5 2.44 0 243.0 2.56 1 154.0 2.08 0 79.5 1.56 0 15.5 0.97 0 7.0 0.41 2 18.0 0.23 0 2.0 0.07 0 0.0 0.00 4 2.0 0.02 0 0.0 0.00 31 33

1592.0 1516.0

16.24 15.47

2008 Team Statistics ATTACK........................................SIUE Kills.............................................. 1300 Errors............................................ 535 Total Attacks................................ 3542 Attack Pct.................................... .216 Kills/Game................................... 13.3 SET...............................................SIUE Assists......................................... 1185 Assists/Game.............................. 12.1 SERVE..........................................SIUE Aces.............................................. 147 Errors............................................ 197 Attempts...................................... 2169 Serve Pct..................................... .909 Aces/Game....................................1.5

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OPP 1177 492 3490 .196 12.0 OPP 1099 11.2 OPP 156 155 2136 .927 1.6

SERVE RECEPTIONS..................SIUE Errors............................................ 156 Errors/Game..................................1.6 ......................................................SIUE Attempts........................................ 1954 Reception Pct................................ .920 DEFENSE.....................................SIUE Digs............................................. 1558 Digs/Game.................................. 15.9 BLOCKING...................................SIUE Block Solo..................................... 24 Block Assist.................................. 242 Total Blocks.................................145.0 Blocks Per Game..........................1.5 Block Errors................................... 31 Ball Handling Errors...................... 31

OPP 147 1.5 OPP 1953 .925 OPP 1465 14.9 OPP 41 284 183.0 1.9 26 33

ATTENDANCE..............................SIUE Total............................................. 2122 Dates/Avg Per Date.................... 6/354 Neutral site #/Avg....................... 7/79 Home win streak............................. 0 MATCH WINS BY SET 1 2 SIUE 0 0 Opponents 0 0

OPP 5310 14/379 -

3 9 5

4 3 6

5 1 3

Total 14 14

GAMES WON BY SET 1 2 3 SIUE 14 15 17 Opponents 13 12 10

4 4 9

5 1 2

Total 51 47

POINTS BY SET 1 2 3 4 5 SIUE 600 629 602 289 48 Opponents 574 590 593 315 61

Total 2168 2133

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All-Time Letter Winners -BDiane Beckmann......................................... 1996-1997 Totals: k: 166, a: 16, d: 499, b: 27 Brittni Birkey..........................................................2008 Totals: k: 67, a: 2, d: 61, b: 11 Heather Bonde............................................ 2002-2005 Totals: k: 1361, a: 43, d: 286, b: 398 Ashley Brockenbrough..........................................2008 Totals: k: 5, a: 2, d: 2, b: 4 Allison Buss................................................. 2002-2005 Totals: k: 316, a: 125, d: 1850, b: 31 -CMallory Clements......................................... 2005-2008 Totals: k: 830, a: 4311, d: 1459, b: 217 -DMeghan Daugherty...................................... 1998-2001 Totals: k: 23, a: 30, d: 656, b: 0 Beth DeGreeff.................................... 2003-2004, 2006 Totals: k: 89, a: 97, d: 1177, b: 10 Stosha DeShasier.................................................2000 Totals: k: 185, a: 43, d: 68, b: 80 Kathy Dulle.................................................. 1999-2000 Totals: k: 86, a: 2397, d: 447, b: 77 -FKelly Farrell...........................................................2008 Totals: k: 1, a: 33, d: 26, b: 0 Noelle Franke........................................................2008 Totals: k: 131, a: 15, d: 60, b: 19 Jenny Franklin............................................. 1999-2002 Totals: k: 223, a: 22, d: 480, b: 26 Elizabeth Freesmeier............................................1999 Totals: k: 0, a: 0, d: 2, b: 0 -GJenny Gilman.............................................. 2005-2008 Totals: k: 29, a: 41, d: 341, b: 5 Kim Gilman.................................................. 1996-1999 Totals: k: 554, a: 756, d: 1416, b: 285 Michelle Gilman........................................... 1995-1998 Totals: k: 1897, a: 61, d: 1119, b: 756 Emily Goebel............................................... 1995-1996 Totals: k: 3, a: 41, d: 385, b: 4 -HAmanda Hampton....................................... 2000-2001 Totals: k: 55, a: 1464, d: 384, b: 57 Rachel Hanebutt....................................................2001 Totals: k: 5, a: 121, d: 198, b: 1 Tricia Happe................................................ 2003-2006 Totals: k: 420, a: 88, d: 416, b: 114 Amy Hearne..........................................................1995 Totals: k: 2, a: 5, d: 174, b: 1 Jenny Heimann........................................... 2004-2005 Totals: k: 6, a: 111, d: 441, b: 3 Lisa Heitkamp.............................................. 2006-2007 Totals: k: 39, a: 0, d: 6, b: 24 Tina Helphrey .......................................................2004 Totals: k: 0, a: 0, d: 0, b: 0 Donna Henderson....................................... 1996-1997 Totals: k: 157, a: 17, d: 229, b: 22

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Kate Hofeldt................................................. 2005-2007 Totals: k: 822, a: 58, d: 630, b: 174 Kelsey Hubert.............................................. 2006-2008 Totals: k: 894, a: 62, d: 315, b: 343 Britt Huffstutler.......................................................1995 Totals: k: 0, a: 0, d: 0, b: 1 Audrey Husk . .......................................................1999 Totals: k: 141, a: 1, d: 41, b: 48 -JJamie Jones................................................ 2003-2006 Totals: k: 376, a: 24, d: 141, b: 204 -KKari Karban................................................. 2001-2002 Totals: k: 5, a: 25, d: 458, b: 1 Melissa Kelnhofer..................................................1997 Totals: k: 0, a: 0, d: 4, b: 0 Candice Kummer......................................... 2006-2007 Totals: k: 63, a: 17, d: 13, b: 13 -LAngie Lay..............................................................1995 Totals: k: 82, a: 461, d: 304, b: 44 Megan Leonard.....................................................2001 Totals: k: 2, a: 56, d: 11, b: 1 Julie Litteken............................................... 1995-1997 Totals: k: 1021, a: 12, d: 460, b: 390 -MKrystal Majernik........................................... 2002-2005 Totals: k: 226, a: 4159, d: 758, b: 152 Shanan McLean....................................................2000 Totals: k: 308, a: 7, d: 324, b: 30 -PLoraLee Padberg...................................................1995 Totals: k: 22, a: 3, d: 42, b: 11 Antonette Palumbo...................................... 2007-2008 Totals: k: 35, a: 3, d: 2, b: 15 Jennifer Parks............................................. 1998-2001 Totals: k: 321, a: 20, d: 59, b: 173 Kim Potthast................................................ 2005-2006 Totals: k: 619, a: 93, d: 147, b: 206 -REmily Rahn.................................................. 2005-2008 Totals: k: 976, a: 154, d: 1160, b: 149 Haley Rosenkranz.................................................2008 Totals: k: 0, a: 2, d: 23, b: 0 Lindsay Rust................................................ 1998-2000 Totals: k: 1435, a: 36, d: 1299, b: 136 -SKelly Saunders............................................ 1996-1997 Totals: k: 71, a: 4, d: 69, b: 136 Melissa Schaeffer........................................ 1998-2000 Totals: k: 46, a: 3, d: 103, b: 5 Kelly Schaill................................................. 1999-2002 Totals: k: 748, a: 73, d: 212, b: 297 Christy Scheller........................................... 1995-1998 Totals: k: 380, a: 4492, d: 988, b: 208 Diane Schmidlin.......................................... 2007-2008 Totals: k: 12, a: 41, d: 245, b: 5 Lynette Schrage.......................................... 1996-1997 Totals: k: 7, a: 4, d: 11, b: 7

Erica Schuette.......................................................2002 Totals: k: 80, a: 1123, d: 203, b: 38 Samantha Schulte....................................... 2007-2008 Totals: k: 556, a: 49, d: 188, b: 215 Becky Sharpe.............................................. 1998-2001 Totals: k: 20, a: 8, d: 96, b: 4 Ruth Shurts................................................. 2006-2007 Totals: k: 138, a: 11, d: 20, b: 88 Melissa Spann............................................. 2002-2005 Totals: k: 119, a: 33, d: 54, b: 45 Lauren Spencer.....................................................2006 Totals: k: 2, a: 1, d: 1, b: 0 Jennifer Stenger....................................................1995 Totals: k: 5, a: 0, d: 8, b: 11 Jill Stenger................................................... 1995-1998 Totals: k: 652, a: 23, d: 533, b: 221 -TTina Talsma................................................. 2003-2005 Totals: k: 871, a: 56, d: 101, b: 337 Jennifer Trame............................................ 2001-2002 Totals: k: 819, a: 26, d: 623, b: 99 Stephanie Trame...................................................2001 Totals: k: 279, a: 11, d: 90, b: 133 Mandy Tubbs............................................... 1995-1998 Totals: k: 18, a: 15, d: 476, b: 2 Tiffany Turner.............................................. 2006-2008 Totals: k: 6, a: 167, d: 1029, b: 5 -UAnne Ulrich.................................................. 1998-1999 Totals: k: 728, a: 41, d: 855, b: 113 -VHeather Vaughan ....................................... 1997-2000 Totals: k: 272, a: 99, d: 959, b: 100 Lisa Vaughan.........................................................1999 Totals: k: 0, a: 8, d: 3, b: 0 Andrea Voss................................................ 2000-2003 Totals: k: 1349, a: 24, d: 225, b: 612 -WSarah Watts................................................. 2000-2003 Totals: k: 61, a: 18, d: 281, b: 14 Yvonne Welch.............................................. 1995-1996 Totals: k: 607, a: 36, d: 1030, b: 119 Kindra Westendorf....................................... 2002-2005 Totals: k: 1179, a: 24, d: 409, b: 222 Sheri Williams........................................................1995 Totals: k: 0, a: 0, d: 0, b: 0 Shannon Winkeler.................................................2004 Totals: k: 281, a: 26, d: 295, b: 46 Sydney Winslow.......................................... 2007-2008 Totals: k: 567, a: 121, d: 301, b: 106 Tricia Winter..........................................................2002 Totals: k: 124, a: 9, d: 24, b: 51 Amanda Wulfe............................................. 2001-2003 Totals: k: 287, a: 35, d: 539, b: 58 -ZSadie Zurliene............................................. 2004-2007 Totals: k: 6, a: 100, d: 321, b: 3 k: kills, a: assists, d: digs, b: blocks

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

All Americans All-American Mallory Clements Kimberly Potthast Mallory Clements Heather Bonde Heather Bonde Andrea Voss

Andrea Voss

Pos. S RS S MH MH MH

Yr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr.

Team 2007 Third Team 2006 Second Team 2006 Honorable Mention 2005 Third Team 2004 Honorable Mention 2003 Honorable Mention

Academic All-American Pos. Mallory Clements S Samantha Schulte MH Mallory Clements S Tina Talsma MH

Yr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

Team 2008 First Team 2008 Third Team 2007 First Team 2005 Third Team

NCAA Tournament Results 1998 (29-7, 14-2 GLVC) W 3-2 (12-15, 15-4, 10-15, 15-10, 15-8)..................................... Northern Michigan L 3-1 (15-9, 15-3, 3-15, 15-9)......................................................Northern Kentucky 2005 (28-6, 14-2 GLVC) W 3-0 (30-23, 30-24, 30-21)...................................................................Ferris State L 3-0 (30-27, 30-27, 30-21)...................................................................... Rockhurst

2006 (29-6, 16-0 GLVC) W 3-2 (30-20, 27-30, 28-30, 30-8, 15-12)..........................................Michigan Tech W 3-2 (30-28, 22-30, 30-25, 26-30, 15-10)..........................................Grand Valley L 3-0 (30-23, 30-17, 30-24)..........................................................................Ashland 2007 (27-7, 17-2 GLVC) W 3-0 (30-19,3 0-26, 30-18).......................................................!Northern Kentucky L 3-1 (30-25, 23-30, 30-26, 30-14).............................................#6 Grand Valley St.

All-Time Series Records Air Force . ........................................ 1-0 Austin Peay ..................................... 0-1 Bryant .............................................. 1-0 Bradley ............................................ 0-1 Chicago State . ................................ 2-0 Eastern Illinois ................................. 1-0 Eastern Michigan . ........................... 1-0 Eastern Kentucky ............................ 1-1 Evansville ........................................ 0-1 Illinois .............................................. 0-1 Illinois-Chicago ................................ 0-1 Illinois State ..................................... 0-1 IUPU-Ft. Wayne ............................ 1-10 Indiana State ................................... 0-1 Loyola (Ill.) . ..................................... 0-1 Missouri ........................................... 0-1 Missouri State . ................................ 0-1 Providence ...................................... 1-0 Quinnipiac ....................................... 1-0 Saint Louis . ..................................... 0-1 Seattle ............................................. 1-0 USC Upstate.................................... 2-0 South Dakota . ................................. 0-1 SE Missouri State . .......................... 1-0 UT Martin . ....................................... 2-0 UW Milwaukee................................ 0-1

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Non-Division I Schools Adelphi............................................. 1-0 Alabama-Huntsville.......................... 1-1 Albany State..................................... 1-0 Alderson-Broaddus........................... 2-0 Arkansas Tech.................................. 1-0 Ashland............................................ 3-1 Barry................................................. 0-1 Bellarmine...................................... 20-1 Belmont Abbey................................. 1-0 Central Missouri ............................ 1-10 Chadron State.................................. 1-0 Charleston........................................ 2-0 Christian Brothers............................. 1-0 Dallas Baptist................................... 2-0 Drury............................................... 14-1 Edinboro........................................... 0-1 Emporia State................................... 1-0 Ferris State....................................... 4-3 Findlay.............................................. 0-2 Florida Southern............................... 0-1 Fort Hays State................................ 1-0 Francis Marion.................................. 0-1 Grand Valley State............................ 3-8 Harding............................................. 1-0 Henderson State.............................. 1-1 Hillsdale............................................ 3-3 Illinois-Springfield............................. 3-0 Indiana (Pa.)..................................... 2-0

Indianapolis.................................... 17-5 Kentucky Wesleyan........................ 20-0 Lake Superior State.......................... 4-1 Lewis.............................................. 17-6 Maryville........................................... 1-0 McKendree....................................... 4-0 Mercyhurst........................................ 2-0 Metro State....................................... 1-0 Michigan Tech................................... 1-0 Midwestern State.............................. 1-0 Missouri Baptist................................ 3-0 Missouri S&T.................................... 2-0 Missouri Southern State................... 4-0 UM-St. Louis................................... 15-6 Missouri Western.............................. 1-1 Montevallo........................................ 1-0 Nebraska-Kearney........................... 0-1 Nebraska-Omaha............................. 1-1 North Alabama.................................. 1-1 North Florida..................................... 0-1 Northern Kentucky.......................... 8-14 Northern Michigan............................ 3-1 Northwest Missouri State................. 1-0 Northwood........................................ 2-3 Oakland............................................ 2-1 Oakland City..................................... 2-0 Ouachita Baptist............................... 1-0 Palm Atlantic..................................... 1-0 Pittsburg State.................................. 1-3

Quincy............................................ 17-5 Regis................................................ 1-0 Rockhurst......................................... 4-8 Rollins............................................... 1-0 Saginaw Valley State........................ 2-2 St. Francis........................................ 3-2 St. Joseph’s.................................... 18-1 St. Mary’s (Neb.)............................... 1-0 St. Xavier.......................................... 1-0 Southern Indiana............................ 16-9 Southwest Baptist............................. 3-0 Tampa............................................... 0-2 Texas-Permian Basin....................... 1-0 Texas Woman’s................................ 1-0 Tiffin.................................................. 1-0 Truman State.................................... 2-6 Washington (Mo.)............................. 3-6 Washington....................................... 1-0 Wayne State (Mich.)......................... 2-0 Wayne State (Neb.).......................... 0-1 West Florida..................................... 1-0 West Texas....................................... 0-1 West Virginia State........................... 1-0 West Virginia Wesleyan.................... 1-0 Wheeling Jesuit................................ 3-0 Wingate............................................ 1-0 Winona State.................................... 2-0 UW-Parkside.................................. 13-6

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Individual Single-Game Records Kills 34 Lindsay Rust vs Grand Valley St................Sep 05, 1998 31 Lindsay Rust Lewis.....................................Oct 02, 1998 28 Lindsay Rust Washington............................Oct 21, 1998 26 Lindsay Rust Lewis....................................Sep 22, 2000 26 Michelle Gilman Rockhurst.........................Nov 03, 1998 Attack attempts 73 Lindsay Rust vs Grand Valley St................Sep 05, 1998 72 Lindsay Rust Washington............................Oct 21, 1998 70 Jennifer Trame vs Indianapolis...................Nov 14, 2002 70 Lindsay Rust Lewis.....................................Oct 02, 1998 68 Michelle Gilman Rockhurst.........................Nov 03, 1998 Attack percentage (20 attempts) .917 Andrea Voss vs Belmont Abbey.... Sep 5-03 (11-0-12) .786 Andrea Voss Bellarmine.............. Sep 27-02 (11-0-14) .769 Heather Bonde UMSL .................Oct 15-03 (11-1-13) .769 Heather Bonde Ky. Wesleyan.......Oct 25-02 (10-0-13) .733 Heather Bonde St. Joseph’s.......... Nov 5-05 (11-0-15) Assists 84 Christy Scheller vs Grand Valley St............Sep 05, 1998 74 Erica Schuette Lewis..................................Nov 02, 2002 73 Krystal Majernik Rockhurst..........................Oct 01, 2005 71 Kathy Dulle at UW-Parkside........................Oct 08, 1999 69 Krystal Majernik Indianapolis......................Nov 04, 2005 Service aces 9 Mallory Clements Air Force............................Oct 11, 2008 9 Yvonne Welch Kentucky Wesleyan..............Sep 27, 1996 8 Michelle Gilman Oakland City......................Sep 11, 1996 8 Yvonne Welch vs Saginaw Valley St............Aug 30, 1996 8 Yvonne Welch at St. Joseph’s......................Nov 02, 1996 Digs 44 Allison Buss at Quincy................................Nov 05, 2004 34 Allison Buss at Rockhurst University..........Sep 16, 2005 33 Lindsay Rust UM-St. Louis.........................Sep 29, 2000 33 Yvonne Welch vs Indiana (Pa.)....................Oct 21, 1995 31 Beth DeGreeff Lewis..................................Nov 04, 2006 Solo blocks 13 Michelle Gilman vs Oakland.......................Sep 01, 1996 10 Michelle Gilman vs Saginaw Valley St........Aug 30, 1996 10 Michelle Gilman Lewis................................Nov 03, 1995 10 Michelle Gilman Kentucky Wesleyan..........Oct 06, 1995 10 Michelle Gilman at St. Joseph’s..................Oct 14, 1995 10 Michelle Gilman at Bellarmine....................Sep 14, 1996 Assist blocks 13 Jones, Jamie at North Alabama.................Aug 26, 2006 12 Amanda Wulfe at Indianapolis......................Nov 2, 2001 11 Andrea Voss at Quincy...............................Nov 03, 2000 11 Kim Potthast at North Alabama...................Aug 26, 2006 11 Andrea Voss at Illinois-Springfield..............Sep 27, 2003 Total blocks 20 Michelle Gilman at Bellarmine....................Sep 14, 1996 17 Michelle Gilman at St. Joseph’s..................Oct 14, 1995 16 Andrea Voss at Quincy...............................Nov 03, 2000 16 Michelle Gilman vs Missouri Southern.......Sep 06, 1996 15 Michelle Gilman Kentucky Wesleyan..........Oct 06, 1995 15 Michelle Gilman vs Oakland.......................Sep 01, 1996 Points 40.5 Michelle Gilman vs Missouri Southern....Sep 06, 1996 35.0 Michelle Gilman vs Oakland....................Sep 01, 1996 34.5 Lindsay Rust vs Grand Valley St.............Sep 05, 1998 33.0 Michelle Gilman vs Grand Valley St........Sep 05, 1998 33.0 Michelle Gilman at Bellarmine.................Sep 14, 1996 Kills (3 games) 23 Kindra Westendorf at West Florida.............Aug 28, 2004 22 Michelle Gilman Indianapolis.......................Oct 27, 1998 22 Michelle Gilman at USC Upstate.................Oct.17, 1997 21 Julie Litteken Missouri Baptist.......................Oct.1, 1997

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21 Michelle Gilman vs Missouri Western..........Oct 09, 1998 21 Michelle Gilman vs Wingate........................Oct 18, 1997 Kills (4 games) 26 Michelle Gilman Rockhurst.........................Nov 03, 1998 25 Jennifer Trame vs Ferris State...................Sep 14, 2002 24 Lindsay Rust at UM-St. Louis.....................Nov 04, 2000 24 Michelle Gilman at Missouri Baptist............Oct 01, 1996 24 Michelle Gilman vs Missouri Southern.......Sep 06, 1996 24 Tina Talsma vs Mercyhurst.........................Sep 10, 2004 Kills (5 games) 34 Lindsay Rust vs Grand Valley St................Sep 05, 1998 31 Lindsay Rust Lewis.....................................Oct 02, 1998 28 Lindsay Rust Washington............................Oct 21, 1998 26 Lindsay Rust Lewis....................................Sep 22, 2000 25 Heather Bonde Rockhurst...........................Oct 01, 2005 25 Jennifer Trame at Southern Indiana...........Sep 19, 2001 25 Michelle Gilman vs Grand Valley St...........Sep 05, 1998 Attempts (3 games) 63 Lindsay Rust Indianapolis...........................Oct 28, 2000 48 Jennifer Trame vs Edinboro.......................Aug 31, 2002 48 Lindsay Rust vs Missouri Western..............Oct 09, 1998 45 Melissa Schaeffer Indianapolis....................Oct 28, 2000 44 Shanan McLean at Northern Kentucky......Nov 09, 2000 Attempts (4 games) 68 Michelle Gilman Rockhurst.........................Nov 03, 1998 67 Lindsay Rust Rockhurst.............................Nov 03, 1998 67 Lindsay Rust at IUPU-Ft. Wayne.................Oct 31, 1998 66 Lindsay Rust Saint Joseph’s.......................Oct 16, 1998 65 Jennifer Trame vs Ferris State...................Sep 14, 2002 Attempts (5 games) 73 Lindsay Rust vs Grand Valley St................Sep 05, 1998 72 Lindsay Rust Washington............................Oct 21, 1998 70 Jennifer Trame vs Indianapolis...................Nov 14, 2002 70 Lindsay Rust Lewis.....................................Oct 02, 1998 67 Lindsay Rust vs Winona State...................Sep 04, 1999 Aces (3 games) 9 Mallory Clements Air Force...........................Oct 11, 2008 9 Yvonne Welch Kentucky Wesleyan..............Sep 27, 1996 8 Michelle Gilman Oakland City......................Sep 11, 1996 7 Mallory Clements at Kentucky Wesleyan.....Sep 24, 2005 7 Kathy Dulle UW-Parkside.............................Sep 25, 1999 Aces (4 games) 8 Yvonne Welch at St. Joseph’s......................Nov 02, 1996 7 Anne Ulrich vs Grand Valley State................Sep 11, 1999 7 Anne Ulrich vs Ferris State...........................Sep 05, 1998 7 Heather Bonde vs Lewis..............................Nov 13, 2003 6 Mallory Clements Indianapolis.....................Nov 03, 2006 6 Meghan Daugherty at Saint Joseph’s............Oct 07, 2000 6 Emily Rahn McKendree . .............................Aug 30, 2005 6 Tiffany Turner at Missouri Southern..............Sep 28, 2006 6 Yvonne Welch at Indianapolis.......................Oct 20, 1995 Aces (5 games) 8 Yvonne Welch vs Saginaw Valley St............Aug 30, 1996 6 Mallory Clements Rockhurst........................Sep 09, 2006 6 Kari Karban vs Wayne State........................Sep 08, 2001 5 Anne Ulrich Lewis.........................................Sep 24, 1999 5 Mallory Clements at Northern Kentucky........Oct 06, 2006 5 Tricia Happe vs Grand Valley State..............Sep 13, 2003 5 Kari Karban at Truman State.........................Oct 20, 2001 5 Kelly Schaill vs Wayne State........................Sep 08, 2001 5 Lindsay Rust at North Florida.......................Sep 02, 2000 5 Meghan Daugherty at Bellarmine..................Oct 27, 2001 5 Meghan Daugherty Lewis.............................Sep 22, 2000 5 Shannon Winkeler at Quincy.........................Nov 05, 2004 Assists (3 games) 55 Christy Scheller at USC Upstate.................Oct.17, 1997 53 Kathy Dulle Indianapolis...............................Nov 4, 1999

52 Clements Mallory Rockhurst........................Nov 2, 2007 52 Krystal Majernik vs Drury...........................Nov 10, 2005 49 Christy Scheller Missouri Baptist...................Oct.1, 1997 49 Christy Scheller at St. Joseph’s...................Oct.11, 1997 49 Krystal Majernik Northern Kentucky............Oct 15, 2005 Assists (4 games) 62 Christy Scheller IUPU-Ft. Wayne................Oct 04, 1998 61 Kathy Dulle at UM-St. Louis.......................Nov 04, 2000 60 Amanda Hampton vs UM-St. Louis............Nov 08, 2001 60 Christy Scheller Saint Joseph’s...................Oct 16, 1998 60 Erica Schuette Washington U......................Oct 16, 2002 60 Krystal Majernik at Lewis............................Nov 07, 2003 Assists (5 games) 84 Christy Scheller vs Grand Valley St............Sep 05, 1998 74 Erica Schuette Lewis..................................Nov 02, 2002 73 Krystal Majernik Rockhurst..........................Oct 01, 2005 71 Kathy Dulle at UW-Parkside........................Oct 08, 1999 69 Krystal Majernik Indianapolis......................Nov 04, 2005 Digs (3 games) 27 Allison Buss at West Florida.......................Aug 28, 2004 27 Lindsay Rust Indianapolis...........................Oct 28, 2000 25 Yvonne Welch vs Bellarmine......................Nov 14, 1996 24 Jill Stenger at St. Joseph’s..........................Oct.11, 1997 23 Tiffany Turner at Quincy..............................Oct 30, 2007 Digs (4 games) 34 Allison Buss at Rockhurst...........................Sep 16, 2005 29 Allison Buss at Drury..................................Sep 17, 2005 29 Kim Gilman vs UM-St. Louis...................... Nov 11, 1999 29 Lindsay Rust Truman State........................Aug 27, 1999 27 Mallory Clements at Grand Valley State.....Nov 16, 2007 27 Allison Buss McKendree College...............Aug 30, 2005 27 Allison Buss at UW-Parkside......................Nov 08, 2003 27 Lindsay Rust at UM-St. Louis.....................Nov 04, 2000 27 Melissa Schaeffer Drury.............................Aug 28, 1999 27 Yvonne Welch at Northern Kentucky..........Sep 13, 1996 Digs (5 games) 44 Allison Buss at Quincy................................Nov 05, 2004 33 Lindsay Rust UM-St. Louis.........................Sep 29, 2000 33 Yvonne Welch vs Indiana (Pa.)...................Oct 21, 1995 31 Beth DeGreeff Lewis..................................Nov 04, 2006 30 Yvonne Welch at Bellarmine.......................Sep 14, 1996 Blocks (3 games) 17 Michelle Gilman at St. Joseph’s..................Oct 14, 1995 15 Michelle Gilman Kentucky Wesleyan..........Oct 06, 1995 13 Michelle Gilman vs Bellarmine...................Sep 01, 1996 12 Andrea Voss at Illinois-Springfield..............Sep 27, 2003 11 Michelle Gilman vs Lake Superior State.....Aug 31, 1996 11 Michelle Gilman UW-Parkside....................Nov 04, 1995 Blocks (4 games) 16 Michelle Gilman vs Missouri Southern.......Sep 06, 1996 15 Michelle Gilman vs Oakland.......................Sep 01, 1996 14 Julie Litteken at Indianapolis........................Sept.9,1997 14 Michelle Gilman vs Henderson State.........Sep 07, 1996 13 Jamie Jones at North Alabama..................Aug 26, 2006 13 Michelle Gilman at Northern Kentucky.......Sep 13, 1996 13 Andrea Voss at Lewis.................................Nov 07, 2003 Blocks (5 games) 20 Michelle Gilman at Bellarmine....................Sep 14, 1996 16 Andrea Voss at Quincy...............................Nov 03, 2000 13 Michelle Gilman vs Saginaw Valley St........Aug 30, 1996 12 Amanda Wulfe at Indianapolis......................Nov 2, 2001 12 Andrea Voss at Indianapolis.........................Nov 2, 2001 12 Andrea Voss UW-Parkside.........................Sep 23, 2000 12 Kim Gilman at Bellarmine...........................Sep 14, 1996 12 Julie Litteken vs Truman State....................Sep 07, 1996 12 Julie Litteken at Bellarmine.........................Sep 14, 1996

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Individual Single-Season Records Kills 613 574 567 451 450

Michelle Gilman (.317)....................................... 1998 Michelle Gilman (.289)....................................... 1996 Lindsay Rust (.212)........................................... 1998 Andrea Voss (.279)............................................ 2001 Lindsay Rust (.237)........................................... 1999

Kills per set (minimum 200 kills) 4.44 Michelle Gilman (138 games)............................ 1998 4.43 Lindsay Rust (128 games)................................. 1998 4.09 Lindsay Rust (110 games)................................. 1999 4.07 Michelle Gilman (141 games)............................ 1996 3.94 Lindsay Rust (106 games)................................. 2000 Attack attempts 1572 Lindsay Rust (567-234-1572)............................ 1998 1351 Michelle Gilman (574-183-1351)....................... 1996 1341 Michelle Gilman (613-188-1341)....................... 1998 1220 Lindsay Rust (450-161-1220)............................ 1999 1203 Yvonne Welch (328-211-1203).......................... 1996 Attack pct. (minimum 200 kills) .358 Andrea Voss (387-87-839)................................ 2003 .337 Kim Potthast (352-97-756)................................ 2006 .335 Heather Bonde (445-120-971)........................... 2005 .334 Julie Litteken (384-119-793).............................. 1997 .330 Andrea Voss (358-86-824)................................ 2002 Assists 1572 Christy Scheller (132 games)............................ 1998 1524 Mallory Clements (133 games).......................... 2006 1509 Mallory Clements (130 games).......................... 2007 1341 Amanda Hampton (134 games)........................ 2001 1340 Krystal Majernik (108 games)............................ 2003 Assists per set (minimum 200 assists) 12.41 Krystal Majernik (108 games)............................ 2003 11.95 Erica Schuette (94 games)................................ 2002 11.91 Christy Scheller (132 games)............................ 1998 11.77 Krystal Majernik (111 games)............................ 2004 11.61 Mallory Clements (130 games).......................... 2007

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Mallory Clements (133 games).......................... 2006 Mallory Clements (109 games).......................... 2005

Service aces per set (minimum 25 aces) 0.55 Michelle Gilman (141 games)............................ 1996 0.54 Mallory Clements (109 games).......................... 2005 0.51 Kari Karban (134 games).................................. 2001 0.49 Yvonne Welch (143 games).............................. 1996 0.47 Anne Ulrich (113 games)................................... 1999 Digs 623 614 590 560 513

Allison Buss (116 games).................................. 2004 Yvonne Welch (143 games).............................. 1996 Allison Buss (115 games).................................. 2005 Beth DeGreeff (129 games).............................. 2006 Tiffany Turner (128 games)............................... 2007

Digs per set (minimum 200 digs) 5.37 Allison Buss (116 games).................................. 2004 5.13 Allison Buss (115 games).................................. 2005 4.34 Beth DeGreeff (129 games).............................. 2006 4.29 Yvonne Welch (143 games).............................. 1996 4.08 Yvonne Welch (102 games).............................. 1995 Block solos 134 Michelle Gilman (141 games)............................ 1996 99 Michelle Gilman (100 games)............................ 1995 75 Julie Litteken (140 games)................................ 1996 49 Michelle Gilman (112 games)............................ 1997 44 Julie Litteken (92 games).................................. 1995 Block assists 147 Andrea Voss (102 games)................................. 2003 138 Michelle Gilman (141 games)............................ 1996 134 Andrea Voss (136 games)................................. 2001 132 Samantha Schulte (125 games)........................ 2007 130 Kelsey Hubert (118 games)............................... 2007 Total blocks 272 Michelle Gilman (141 games)............................ 1996

Service aces 77 Michelle Gilman (141 games)............................ 1996 70 Yvonne Welch (143 games).............................. 1996 68 Kari Karban (134 games).................................. 2001

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Julie Litteken (140 games)................................ 1996 Andrea Voss (102 games)................................. 2003 Michelle Gilman (100 games)............................ 1995 Michelle Gilman (138 games)............................ 1998 Andrea Voss (136 games)................................. 2001

Blocks per set (minimum 50 blocks) 1.93 Michelle Gilman (141 games)............................ 1996 1.71 Michelle Gilman (100 games)............................ 1995 1.70 Andrea Voss (102 games)................................. 2003 1.42 Andrea Voss (110 games)................................. 2002 1.33 Andrea Voss (86 games)................................... 2000 Points 854.0 738.0 643.0 556.0 538.5

Michelle Gilman (574k 77a 134-138b)............... 1996 Michelle Gilman (613k 20a 41-128b)................. 1998 Lindsay Rust (567k 49a 7-40b)......................... 1998 Andrea Voss (451k 3a 35-134b)........................ 2001 Heather Bonde (445k 23a 14-113b).................. 2005

Points per set (minimum 75 games) 6.06 Michelle Gilman (141 games)............................ 1996 5.35 Michelle Gilman (138 games)............................ 1998 5.02 Lindsay Rust (128 games)................................. 1998 4.90 Andrea Voss (102 games)................................. 2003 4.84 Heather Bonde (110 games)............................. 2004 Games played 143 Yvonne Welch.................................................... 1996 141 Kim Gilman........................................................ 1996 141 Michelle Gilman................................................. 1996 140 Julie Litteken...................................................... 1996 138 Michelle Gilman................................................. 1998 138 Kim Gilman........................................................ 1998 138 Diane Beckmann............................................... 1996 Matches played 39 Julie Litteken...................................................... 1996 39 Mandy Tubbs..................................................... 1996 39 Diane Beckmann............................................... 1996 39 Kim Gilman........................................................ 1996 39 Michelle Gilman................................................. 1996 39 Yvonne Welch.................................................... 1996

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Individual Career Records Kills 1. 1897 2. 1435 3. 1361 4. 1349 5. 1179 6. 1021 7. 976 8. 894 9. 871 10. 830

Michelle Gilman (.299).......................... 1995-98 Lindsay Rust (.231).............................. 1998-00 Heather Bonde (.324)........................... 2002-05 Andrea Voss (.307)............................... 2000-03 Kindra Westendorf (.240)..................... 2002-05 Julie Litteken (.283).............................. 1995-97 Emily Rahn (.191)................................. 2005-08 Kelsey Hubert (.243)............................. 2006-08 Tina Talsma (.288)................................ 2003-05 Mallory Clements (.249)....................... 2005-08

Service aces 1. 189 Mallory Clements (470 sets)................. 2005-08 2. 158 Michelle Gilman (491 sets)................... 1995-98 3. 135 Allison Buss (410 sets)......................... 2002-05 4. 129 Heather Vaughan (435 sets)................. 1997-00 5. 127 Lindsay Rust (344 sets)........................ 1998-00 6. 121 Krystal Majernik (369 sets)................... 2002-05 7. 115 Meghan Daugherty (370 sets).............. 1998-01 115 Kim Gilman (482 sets).......................... 1996-99 9. 110 Anne Ulrich (250 sets).......................... 1998-99 10. 108 Yvonne Welch (245 sets)...................... 1995-96

Total blocks 1. 756 Michelle Gilman (491 sets)................... 1995-98 2. 612 Andrea Voss (434 sets)........................ 2000-03 3. 398 Heather Bonde (402 sets).................... 2002-05 4. 390 Julie Litteken (345 sets)........................ 1995-97 5. 343 Kelsey Hubert (339 sets)...................... 2006-08 6. 337 Tina Talsma (326 sets)......................... 2003-05 7. 297 Kelly Schaill (378 sets)......................... 1999-02 8. 285 Kim Gilman (482 sets).......................... 1996-99 9. 222 Kindra Westendorf (383 sets)............... 2002-05 10. 220 Jill Stenger (414 sets)........................... 1995-98

Kills per set (minimum 150 sets) 1. 4.17 Lindsay Rust................. (344 sets)....... 1998-00 2. 3.86 Michelle Gilman............ (491 sets)....... 1995-98 3. 3.62 Jennifer Trame.............. (226 sets)....... 2001-02 4. 3.39 Heather Bonde............. (402 sets)....... 2002-05 5. 3.16 Kim Potthast................. (196 sets)....... 2005-06 6. 3.11 Andrea Voss................. (434 sets)....... 2000-03 7. 3.08 Kindra Westendorf........ (383 sets)....... 2002-05 8. 2.96 Julie Litteken................. (345 sets)....... 1995-97 9. 2.91 Anne Ulrich................... (250 sets)....... 1998-99 10. 2.70 Sydney Winslow........... (210 sets)....... 2007-08

Service aces per set (minimum 150 sets) 1. 0.44 Yvonne Welch............... (245 sets)....... 1995-96 2. 0.44 Anne Ulrich................... (250 sets)....... 1998-99 3. 0.43 Kari Karban................... (240 sets)....... 2001-02 4. 0.40 Mallory Clements.......... (470 sets)....... 2005-08 5. 0.37 Lindsay Rust................. (344 sets)....... 1998-00 6. 0.34 Jennifer Trame.............. (226 sets)....... 2001-02 7. 0.33 Allison Buss.................. (410 sets)....... 2002-05 8. 0.33 Krystal Majernik............ (369 sets)....... 2002-05 9. 0.32 Michelle Gilman............ (491 sets)....... 1995-98 10. 0.31 Meghan Daugherty....... (370 sets)....... 1998-01

Blocks per set (minimum 150 sets) 1. 1.54 Michelle Gilman............ (491 sets)....... 1995-98 2. 1.41 Andrea Voss................. (434 sets)....... 2000-03 3. 1.13 Julie Litteken................. (345 sets)....... 1995-97 4. 1.05 Kim Potthast................. (196 sets)....... 2005-06 5. 1.03 Tina Talsma.................. (326 sets)....... 2003-05 6. 1.01 Kelsey Hubert............... (339 sets)....... 2006-08 7. 0.99 Heather Bonde............. (402 sets)....... 2002-05 8. 0.98 Samantha Schulte........ (220 sets)....... 2007-08 9. 0.91 Jennifer Parks............... (191 sets)....... 1997-01 10. 0.87 Jamie Jones................. (235 sets)....... 2003-06

Attack attempts 1. 4342 Michelle Gilman (1897-599-4342)........ 1995-98 2. 3947 Lindsay Rust (1435-525-3947)............. 1998-00 3. 3109 Andrea Voss (1349-394-3109)............. 2000-03 4. 3031 Kindra Westendorf (1179-451-3031).... 2002-05 5. 2973 Emily Rahn (976-408-2973)................. 2005-08 6. 2969 Heather Bonde (1361-400-2969).......... 2002-05 7. 2410 Julie Litteken (1021-339-2410)............. 1995-97 8. 2377 Kate Hofeldt (822-412-2377)................ 2005-07 9. 2253 Mallory Clements (830-268-2253)........ 2005-08 10. 2231 Anne Ulrich (728-399-2231)................. 1998-99

Digs 1. 1850 2. 1459 3. 1416 4. 1299 5. 1177 6. 1160 7. 1119 8. 1030 9. 1029 10. 988

Allison Buss (410 sets)......................... 2002-05 Mallory Clements (470 sets)................. 2005-08 Kim Gilman (482 sets).......................... 1996-99 Lindsay Rust (344 sets)........................ 1998-00 Beth DeGreeff (352 sets)................. 2003-04,06 Emily Rahn (389 sets).......................... 2005-08 Michelle Gilman (491 sets)................... 1995-98 Yvonne Welch (245 sets)...................... 1995-96 Tiffany Turner (341 sets)....................... 2006-08 Christy Scheller (460 sets)................... 1995-98

Points 1. 2594.5 Michelle Gilman (1897k 158a 323-433b)..1995-98 2. 1765.5 Andrea Voss (1349k 40a 141-471b)........ 2000-03 3. 1689.0 Heather Bonde (1361k 99a 60-338b)...... 2002-05 4. 1640.5 Lindsay Rust (1435k 127a 21-115b)........ 1998-00 5. 1345.5 Julie Litteken (1021k 55a 149-241b)........ 1995-97 6. 1328.5 Kindra Westendorf (1179k 22a 33-189b) 2002-05 7. 1159.5 Kelsey Hubert (894k 75a 38-305b).......... 2006-08 8. 1146.5 Emily Rahn (976k 90a 12-137b).............. 2005-08 9. 1139.0 Mallory Clements (830k 189a 23-194b)... 2005-08 10. 1063.0 Tina Talsma (871k 2a 43-294b)............... 2003-05

Attack pct. (minimum 300 kills) 1. .324 Heather Bonde (1361-400-2969).......... 2002-05 2. .307 Andrea Voss (1349-394-3109)............. 2000-03 3. .299 Michelle Gilman (1897-599-4342)........ 1995-98 4. .288 Tina Talsma (871-251-2150)................. 2003-05 5. .283 Julie Litteken (1021-339-2410)............. 1995-97 6. .282 Samantha Schulte (556-179-1335)...... 2007-08 7. .277 Kim Potthast (619-210-1479)............... 2005-06 8. .269 Jamie Jones (376-118-958).................. 2003-06 9. .253 Jennifer Trame (819-296-2071)............ 2001-02 10. .249 Mallory Clements (830-268-2253)........ 2005-08

Digs per set (minimum 150 sets) 1. 4.51 Allison Buss.................. (410 sets)....... 2002-05 2. 4.20 Yvonne Welch............... (245 sets)....... 1995-96 3. 3.78 Lindsay Rust................. (344 sets)....... 1998-00 4. 3.42 Anne Ulrich................... (250 sets)....... 1998-99 5. 3.34 Beth DeGreeff............... (352 sets).. 2003-04,06 6. 3.10 Mallory Clements.......... (470 sets)....... 2005-08 7. 3.02 Tiffany Turner................ (341 sets)....... 2006-08 8. 2.98 Emily Rahn................... (389 sets)....... 2005-08 9. 2.94 Kim Gilman................... (482 sets)....... 1996-99 10. 2.76 Jennifer Trame.............. (226 sets)....... 2001-02

Points per set (minimum 150 sets) 1. 5.28 Michelle Gilman............ (491 sets)....... 1995-98 2. 4.77 Lindsay Rust................. (344 sets)....... 1998-00 3. 4.22 Jennifer Trame.............. (226 sets)....... 2001-02 4. 4.20 Heather Bonde............. (402 sets)....... 2002-05 5. 4.07 Andrea Voss................. (434 sets)....... 2000-03 6. 3.90 Julie Litteken................. (345 sets)....... 1995-97 7. 3.75 Kim Potthast................. (196 sets)....... 2005-06 8. 3.63 Anne Ulrich................... (250 sets)....... 1998-99 9. 3.47 Kindra Westendorf........ (383 sets)....... 2002-05 10. 3.42 Kelsey Hubert............... (339 sets)....... 2006-08

Assists 1. 4492 2. 4311 3. 4159 4. 2397 5. 1464 6. 1123 7. 756 8. 461 9. 167 10. 154

Block solos 1. 323 2. 149 3. 141 4. 68 5. 60 6. 45 7. 43 8. 39 39 10. 38

Sets played 1. 491 2. 482 3. 470 4. 460 5. 435 6. 434 7. 414 8. 410 9. 402 10. 389

Christy Scheller (460 sets)................... 1995-98 Mallory Clements (470 sets)................. 2005-08 Krystal Majernik (369 sets)................... 2002-05 Kathy Dulle (211 sets).......................... 1999-00 Amanda Hampton (162 sets)................ 2000-01 Erica Schuette (94 sets)............................ 2002 Kim Gilman (482 sets).......................... 1996-99 Angie Lay (99 sets).................................... 1995 Tiffany Turner (341 sets)....................... 2006-08 Emily Rahn (389 sets).......................... 2005-08

Assists per set (minimum 150 sets) 1. 11.36 Kathy Dulle................... (211 sets)........ 1999-00 2. 11.27 Krystal Majernik............ (369 sets)....... 2002-05 3. 9.77 Christy Scheller............ (460 sets)....... 1995-98 4. 9.17 Mallory Clements.......... (470 sets)....... 2005-08 5. 9.04 Amanda Hampton......... (162 sets)....... 2000-01 6. 1.57 Kim Gilman................... (482 sets)....... 1996-99 7. 0.58 Sydney Winslow........... (210 sets)....... 2007-08 8. 0.53 Sadie Zurliene.............. (187 sets)....... 2004-07 9. 0.50 Jenny Heimann............. (222 sets)....... 2004-05 10. 0.49 Tiffany Turner................ (341 sets)....... 2006-08

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Michelle Gilman (491 sets)................... 1995-98 Julie Litteken (345 sets)........................ 1995-97 Andrea Voss (434 sets)........................ 2000-03 Jill Stenger (414 sets)........................... 1995-98 Heather Bonde (402 sets).................... 2002-05 Yvonne Welch (245 sets)...................... 1995-96 Tina Talsma (326 sets)......................... 2003-05 Jennifer Parks (191 sets)...................... 1997-01 Kim Gilman (482 sets).......................... 1996-99 Kelsey Hubert (339 sets)...................... 2006-08

Block assists 1. 471 Andrea Voss (434 sets)........................ 2000-03 2. 433 Michelle Gilman (491 sets)................... 1995-98 3. 338 Heather Bonde (402 sets).................... 2002-05 4. 305 Kelsey Hubert (339 sets)...................... 2006-08 5. 294 Tina Talsma (326 sets)......................... 2003-05 6. 262 Kelly Schaill (378 sets)......................... 1999-02 7. 246 Kim Gilman (482 sets).......................... 1996-99 8. 241 Julie Litteken (345 sets)........................ 1995-97 9. 195 Samantha Schulte (220 sets)............... 2007-08 10. 194 Mallory Clements (470 sets)................. 2005-08

Michelle Gilman.................................... 1995-98 Kim Gilman........................................... 1996-99 Mallory Clements.................................. 2005-08 Christy Scheller.................................... 1995-98 Heather Vaughan.................................. 1997-00 Andrea Voss......................................... 2000-03 Jill Stenger............................................ 1995-98 Allison Buss.......................................... 2002-05 Heather Bonde..................................... 2002-05 Emily Rahn........................................... 2005-08

Matches played 1. 140 Kim Gilman........................................... 1996-99 2. 137 Mandy Tubbs........................................ 1995-98 137 Michelle Gilman.................................... 1995-98 4. 136 Jill Stenger............................................ 1995-98 5. 135 Christy Scheller.................................... 1995-98 6. 132 Meghan Daugherty............................... 1998-01 132 Jennifer Parks....................................... 1997-01 132 Becky Sharpe....................................... 1998-01 9. 130 Heather Vaughan.................................. 1997-00 10. 129 Mallory Clements.................................. 2005-08

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Triple Doubles & Fun Facts (Double digits in at least three categories - kills, assists, digs, blocks) Totals By Individual Mallory Clements 20, Michelle Gilman 11, Julie Litteken 1, Kelsey Hubert 1 and Amanda Wulfe 1 1995 Michelle Gilman Michelle Gilman Julie Litteken Michelle Gilman 1996 Michelle Gilman Michelle Gilman Michelle Gilman Michelle Gilman Michelle Gilman Michelle Gilman 1998 Michelle Gilman Michelle Gilman 2001 Amanda Wulfe 2005 Mallory Clements Mallory Clements 2006 Mallory Clements Mallory Clements Mallory Clements Mallory Clements Mallory Clements Kelsey Hubert Mallory Clements Mallory Clements Mallory Clements 2007 Mallory Clements Mallory Clements Mallory Clements Mallory Clements Mallory Clements Mallory Clements 2008 Mallory Clements Mallory Clements Mallory Clements Mallory Clements

vs. Bellarmine, 9/16/95 vs. Missouri Baptist, 10/27/95 vs. Missouri Baptist, 10/27/95 vs. Lewis, 11/3/95

(15 kills, 17 digs, 10 blocks) (18 kills, 17 digs, 12 blocks) (15 kills, 15 digs, 11 blocks) (17 kills, 13 digs, 11 blocks)

vs. Quincy, 8/30/96 vs. Lake Superior State, 8/31/96 vs. Missouri Southern State, 9/6/96 vs. Henderson State, 9/7/96 vs. Bellarmine, 9/14/96 vs. Indianapolis, 10/9/96

(21 kills, 11 digs, 11 blocks) (13 kills, 11 digs, 11 blocks) (24 kills, 11 digs, 16 blocks) (20 kills, 13 digs, 14 blocks) (15 kills, 10 digs, 20 blocks) (17 kills, 11 digs, 10 blocks)

vs. Grand Valley State, 9/5/98 vs. Bellarmine, 11/12/98

(25 kills, 14 digs, 10 blocks) (19 kills, 10 digs, 10 blocks)

vs. Indianapolis, 11/2/01

(18 kills, 18 digs, 12 blocks)

vs. Central Missouri, 9/8/05 vs. Pittsburg State, 9/9/05

(10 kills, 28 assists, 10 digs) (10 kills, 32 assists, 15 digs)

vs. North Alabama, 8/26/06 vs. Indianapolis, 9/16/06 vs. Missouri Southern State, 9/28/06 vs. Pittsburg State, 9/30/06 vs. Lewis, 10/14/06 vs. Lewis, 10/14/06 vs. Indianapolis, 11/3/06 vs. Lewis, 11/4/06 vs. Michigan Tech, 11/9/06

(15 kills, 44 assists, 21 digs) (13 kills, 49 assists, 10 digs) (10 kills, 51 assists, 13 digs) (11 kills, 67 assists, 19 digs) (10 kills, 48 assists, 13 digs) (12 kills, 14 digs, 10 blocks) (11 kills, 53 assists, 19 digs) (18 kills, 48 assists, 11 digs) (12 kills, 56 assists, 10 digs)

vs. West Texas A&M, 8/31/07 vs. Rockhurst, 9/14/07 vs. UW-Parkside, 10/5/07 vs. Lewis, 10/6/07 vs. Drury, 11/9/07 vs. Northern Kentucky, 11/15/07

(11 kills, 40 assists, 15 digs) (15 kills, 58 assists, 15 digs) (10 kills, 46 assists, 23 digs) (11 kills, 45 assists, 25 digs) (11 kills, 53 assists, 10 digs) (10 kills, 41 assists, 10 digs)

vs. Evansville, 9/10/08 vs. Illinois State, 10/18/08 vs. UIC Flames vs. Bryant

(10 kills, 36 assists, 11 digs) (14 kills, 30 assists, 10 digs) (12 kills, 33 assists, 10 digs) (12 kills, 41 assists, 13 digs)

Noelle Franke (left), Mallory Clements (center) and Kelsey Hubert (right)

Did You Know? SIUE’s Overall Record: Through 2008 season Overall: .................................................. 305-153 Home Court: .............................................119-30 Away: . ..................................................... 100-71 Neutral Site: . ............................................. 86-52 5-Set Matches: .......................................... 55-30 4-Set Matches: .......................................... 89-59 3-Set Matches: ........................................ 161-64 All-Time Record Sets: ................................................... 1,034-658

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All-Time By SIUE Kills:.................................... 24,287 (14.4 per set) Errors: . .................................. 9,840 (5.8 per set) Attacks:............................... 66,159 (39.1 per set) Attack Percentage:....................................... .218 Assists:............................... 21,726 (12.8 per set) Service Aces:...........................3,111 (1.8 per set) Digs:................................... 28,662 (16.9 per set) Total Blocks: .......................... 4,512 (2.7 per set) Consecutive Sets Won: 21 (Sep. 5-12, 2003)

Most Wins (Season): 29 (1998 & 2006) Winning Percentage (Season): .828 (29-6, 2006) Consecutive Wins: 19, (9/24-11/17/05) Consecutive Conference Wins: 30, (9/24-10/27/06)

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

Team Match Records Kills 101 vs Grand Valley St. ................................Sep 05, 1998 95 at UW-Parkside . .....................................Oct 08, 1999 91 vs Pittsburg State ..................................Sep 30, 2006 86 Lewis .....................................................Nov 02, 2002 83 Washington . ...........................................Oct 21, 1998 83 vs Winona State ....................................Sep 04, 1999 Attack attempts 255 Rockhurst ..............................................Nov 03, 1998 248 at UW-Parkside . .....................................Oct 08, 1999 240 Central Missouri St. ...............................Aug 29, 2006 240 vs Indianapolis .......................................Nov 14, 2002 236 Lewis ......................................................Oct 06, 2007 Attack percentage (10 attempts) .527 Ky. Wesleyan........................ Sep 19, 2003, (55-7-91) .481 vs. Quinnipiac..........................Oct 04, 2008 (45-8-77) .479 vs Albany State ................... Aug 25, 2006, (55-10-94) .477 Saint Joseph’s .......................Oct 25, 2003, (47-6-86) .476 vs W. Virginia St..................... Sep 12, 2003, (45-6-82) Assists 90 vs Grand Valley St. ................................Sep 05, 1998 83 vs Pittsburg State ..................................Sep 30, 2006 81 Lewis .....................................................Nov 02, 2002 80 Rockhurst ...............................................Oct 01, 2005 79 Washington . ...........................................Oct 21, 1998 Service aces 19 vs Wayne State . ....................................Sep 08, 2001 18 Oakland City .......................................... Sep 11, 1996 17 vs Adelphi ..............................................Aug 27, 2004 17 Air Force..................................................Oct 11, 2008 17 Alderson-Broaddus ................................Sep 02, 2005 Digs 132 Central Missouri St. ...............................Aug 29, 2006 129 Lewis ........................................................Oct 6, 2007 129 at UW-Parkside . .....................................Oct 08, 1999 125 at Quincy ...............................................Nov 05, 2004 123 vs Indiana (Pa.) ......................................Oct 21, 1995 Solo blocks 27 vs Oakland . ...........................................Sep 01, 1996 23 at Northern Kentucky .............................Sep 13, 1996 22 vs Saginaw Valley St. ............................Aug 30, 1996 22 vs Missouri Southern .............................Sep 06, 1996 21 at Bellarmine . ........................................Sep 14, 1996 Assist blocks 38 at Indianapolis .........................................Nov 2, 2001 36 at Bellarmine . ........................................Sep 14, 1996 34 at North Alabama ...................................Aug 26, 2006 32 vs Winona State ....................................Aug 30, 2002 32 vs Northern Kentucky ............................ Nov 11, 2005 32 at Illinois-Springfield ..............................Sep 27, 2003 Total blocks 39.0 at Bellarmine . ........................................Sep 14, 1996 34.5 at Northern Kentucky .............................Sep 13, 1996 32.5 vs Missouri Southern .............................Sep 06, 1996 32.0 vs Oakland . ...........................................Sep 01, 1996 27.0 at Indianapolis .........................................Nov 2, 2001 27.0 vs Henderson State ...............................Sep 07, 1996 Kills (3 games) 65 at USC Upstate . .....................................Oct.17, 1997 63 Ouachita Baptist ....................................Aug 24, 2007 63 Indianapolis ...........................................Nov 04, 1999 63 Missouri Baptist ........................................Oct.1, 1997 63 at Kentucky Wesleyan ...........................Sep 12, 2006 Kills (4 games) 79 at Southern Indiana .............................Sept. 26, 1997 77 Drury ........................................................Nov 4, 2007 77 Rockhurst .............................................Sept 14, 2007 77 Rockhurst ..............................................Nov 03, 1998

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77 Saint Joseph’s ........................................Oct 16, 1998 Kills (5 games) 101 vs Grand Valley St. ................................Sep 05, 1998 95 at UW-Parkside . .....................................Oct 08, 1999 91 vs Pittsburg State ..................................Sep 30, 2006 86 Lewis .....................................................Nov 02, 2002 83 Washington . ...........................................Oct 21, 1998 83 vs Winona State ....................................Sep 04, 1999 Attempts (3 games) 189 Indianapolis ............................................Oct 28, 2000 178 at Lewis .................................................. Nov. 7, 1997 165 Seattle.....................................................Nov 15, 2008 162 at West Florida . .....................................Aug 28, 2004 162 IUPU-Ft. Wayne . .....................................Oct 29,1999 Attempts (4 games) 255 Rockhurst ..............................................Nov 03, 1998 236 Lewis ........................................................Oct 6, 2007 235 at Rockhurst ..........................................Sep 16, 2005 216 vs UM-St. Louis ..................................... Nov 11, 1999 214 Drury.......................................................Nov 04, 2007 Attempts (5 games) 248 at UW-Parkside . .....................................Oct 08, 1999 240 Central Missouri St. ...............................Aug 29, 2006 240 vs Indianapolis .......................................Nov 14, 2002 235 vs Winona State ....................................Sep 04, 1999 234 vs Grand Valley St. ................................Sep 05, 1998 Aces (3 games) 18 Oakland City .......................................... Sep 11, 1996 17 vs Adelphi ..............................................Aug 27, 2004 17 Alderson-Broaddus ................................Sep 02, 2005 17 Air Force..................................................Oct 11, 2008 14 UM-St. Louis ..........................................Sep 14, 2001 14 Kentucky Wesleyan ...............................Sep 22, 2001 Aces (4 games) 16 at St. Joseph’s .......................................Nov 02, 1996 15 vs Texas Woman’s .................................Aug 25, 2001 15 vs Mercyhurst ........................................Sep 10, 2004 15 vs Mercyhurst ........................................Sep 23, 1995 14 Drury ......................................................Aug 28, 1999 14 at Bellarmine . ........................................Sep 16, 2000 14 at Lewis .................................................Sep 30, 1995 Aces (5 games) 19 vs Wayne State . ....................................Sep 08, 2001 15 vs Northwest Mo. State .........................Sep 03, 2004 13 vs Saginaw Valley St. ............................Aug 30, 1996 12 vs Indiana (Pa.) ......................................Oct 21, 1995 11 Lewis .....................................................Nov 02, 2002 11 at Northern Kentucky ..............................Oct 06, 2006 11 at North Florida ......................................Sep 02, 2000 11 vs Emporia State ...................................Sep 03, 2004 11 Lewis .....................................................Sep 24, 1999 Assists (3 games) 62 Indianapolis ...........................................Nov 04, 1999 59 at Lewis .................................................. Nov. 7, 1997 59 at USC Upstate . .....................................Oct.17, 1997 57 Rockhurst................................................Nov 02, 2007 56 Ouachita Baptist ....................................Aug 24, 2007 56 at Bellarmine . .........................................Oct 03, 1999 Assists (4 games) 73 Rockhurst ..............................................Sep 14, 2007 71 Saint Joseph’s ........................................Oct 16, 1998 71 at Southern Indiana ..............................Sept. 26,1997 70 at Lewis .................................................Nov 07, 2003 69 at Drury ..................................................Sep 15, 2007 69 at Rockhurst ...........................................Oct 20, 2006 Assists (5 games) 90 vs Grand Valley St. ................................Sep 05, 1998 83 vs Pittsburg State ..................................Sep 30, 2006

81 Lewis .....................................................Nov 02, 2002 80 Rockhurst ...............................................Oct 01, 2005 79 Washington . ...........................................Oct 21, 1998 Digs (3 games) 101 Indianapolis ............................................Oct 28, 2000 83 at St. Joseph’s ........................................Oct.11, 1997 82 at West Florida . .....................................Aug 28, 2004 81 Seattle ...................................................Nov 15, 2008 81 at Saint Joseph’s ...................................Sep 27, 2007 Digs (4 games) 129 Lewis ......................................................Oct 06, 2007 116 Southern Indiana ....................................Oct 07, 1995 115 at Northern Kentucky .............................Sep 13, 1996 114 vs UM-St. Louis ..................................... Nov 11, 1999 110 Rockhurst ..............................................Nov 03, 1998 110 Bellarmine . ............................................Sep 16, 1995 Digs (5 games) 132 Central Missouri St. ...............................Aug 29, 2006 129 at UW-Parkside . .....................................Oct 08, 1999 125 at Quincy ...............................................Nov 05, 2004 123 vs Indiana (Pa.) ......................................Oct 21, 1995 111 Eastern Michigan....................................Sep 05, 2008 111 at Indianapolis .........................................Nov 2, 2001 111 at Bellarmine . ........................................Sep 14, 1996 Blocks (3 games) 24.0 at St. Joseph’s ........................................Oct 14, 1995 23.0 vs Bellarmine .........................................Sep 01, 1996 22.0 Kentucky Wesleyan ................................Oct 06, 1995 21.0 vs Lake Superior State ..........................Aug 31, 1996 21.0 vs Drury .................................................Sep 06, 1996 Blocks (4 games) 34.5 at Northern Kentucky .............................Sep 13, 1996 32.5 vs Missouri Southern .............................Sep 06, 1996 32.0 vs Oakland . ...........................................Sep 01, 1996 27.0 vs Henderson State ...............................Sep 07, 1996 26.0 Missouri Baptist ......................................Oct 27, 1995 Blocks (5 games) 39.0 at Bellarmine . ........................................Sep 14, 1996 27.0 at Indianapolis .........................................Nov 2, 2001 26.0 vs Saginaw Valley St. ............................Aug 30, 1996 25.0 vs Truman State ....................................Sep 07, 1996 22.0 at Quincy ...............................................Nov 03, 2000 22.0 at Quincy ................................................Oct 05, 2001 22.0 vs Indiana (Pa.) ......................................Oct 21, 1995

Coaching Records Year Coach................................................Overall (Conf.) 1995 Sandy Montgomery .............................15-15 (10-10) 1996 Sandy Montgomery ...............................23-16 (12-4) 1997 Sandy Montgomery ............................. 16-16# (11-5) 1998 Sandy Montgomery .................................29-7 (14-2) Totals: Montgomery (83-54 .606; 47-21 GLVC .691) 1999 Joe Fisher . ............................................ 22-11 (13-3) 2000 Joe Fisher . .............................................. 11-18 (7-9) Totals: Fisher (33-29 .532; 20-12 GLVC .625) 2001 Todd Gober . .......................................... 21-13 (11-4) 2002 Todd Gober . .......................................... 21-10 (11-3) 2003 Todd Gober . ............................................25-7 (12-2) 2004 Todd Gober . ............................................25-7 (14-2) 2005 Todd Gober . ............................................28-6 (14-2) 2006 Todd Gober . ............................................29-6 (16-0) 2007 Todd Gober . ............................................27-7 (17-2) 2008 Todd Gober........................................................13-14 Totals: Gober (189-70 .730; 95-15 GLVC .863) # includes forfeited match; Record is on-court record

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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

2009 Cougar Volleyball

All-Time Results 2008 (13-14) L 3-0................................... &at Austin Peay W 3-1..........................................&UT Martin W 3-2.............................%Eastern Michigan L 3-2............................................. %Bradley L 3-2................................. %UW-Milwaukee L 3-1.............................................Evansville L 3-0...................................................Illinois L 3-0.............................................. Missouri L 3-0.................................................. Loyola W 3-0.........................................!Providence W 3-0..........................................!Quinnipiac W 3-0.................................... !Chicago State L 3-1........................................Indiana State W 3-0................................Eastern Kentucky W 3-0............................................. Air Force L 3-0......................................Missouri State L 3-1......................................... Illinois State W 3-1 ...................Southeast Missouri State W 3-0............................................UT Martin L 3-0...........................................Saint Louis W 3-0..................................... Chicago State W 3-0.................................... Eastern Illinois L 3-2.................................Eastern Kentucky L 3-1.................................... Illinois-Chicago L 3-1.....................................#South Dakota W 3-1............................................... #Bryant W 3-1...............................................#Seattle &Lady Govs Tourn. at Clarksville, Tenn. %Bradley Tournament at Peoria, Ill. Chicago State Tourn. at Chicago, Ill. Independent Tourn. #at Smithfield, R.I. 2007 (27-7, 17-2 GLVC) W 3-0............................vs. Ouachita Baptist W 3-0............................. vs. Fort Hays State W 3-1..........................................vs. Harding W 3-1......................... vs. Christian Brothers L 3-1...........................#14 West Texas A&M W 3-1....................................vs. Metro State W 3-2........................... #11 Grand Valley St. L 3-2............................#12 Central Missouri L 3-1..........................at #7 Central Missouri W 3-0................................... at Oakland City W 3-1...........................*at Southern Indiana W 3-0............................................... *Quincy W 3-1...................................... *at Rockhurst W 3-1..............................................*at Drury W 3-0.....................................*Missouri S&T W 3-0......................................*UM-St. Louis W 3-0...............................*at Saint Joseph’s L 3-1..........................*at Northern Kentucky L 3-1.................................... *at Indianapolis W 3-2..................................... *UW-Parkside W 3-1................................................. *Lewis W 3-1......................................... *Bellarmine W 3-1.....................................*Ky. Wesleyan W 3-0.................................*at Missouri S&T W 3-2..................................*at UM-St. Louis W 3-2...........................................#6 Truman W 3-0...............................*Southern Indiana W 3-0........................................... *at Quincy W 3-0.......................................... *Rockhurst W 3-1..................................................*Drury W 3-2.................................................#Drury

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L 3-2..................................................#Lewis W 3-0.............................!Northern Kentucky L 3-1...............................!6 Grand Valley St. *GLVC Games #GLVC Tourn. at Indianapolis ! NCAA Tourn. at Allendale, Mich. 2006 (29-6, 16-0 GLVC) W 3-0..................................vs. Albany State W 3-0............................... vs. Ala.-Huntsville W 3-0...............................UT-Permian Basin W 3-1...........................at #9 North Alabama L 3-2............................#10 Central Missouri W 3-0.......................................Palm Atlantic W 3-2...............................................Ashland L 3-0................................... #1 Grand Valley W 3-1.................................. Wheeling Jesuit W 3-1..................................................*Drury W 3-2................................... *#17 Rockhurst W 3-0.................................*at Ky. Wesleyan W 3-1...............................*at Saint Joseph’s W 3-1................................... *at Indianapolis W 3-0...............................*Southern Indiana W 3-0......................................*UM-St. Louis W 3-1............................................... *Quincy L 3-0.............................. at #4 Truman State W 3-1....................at #25 Missouri Southern W 3-0......................................at SW Baptist L 3-2..................................... Pittsburg State W 3-2.........................*at Northern Kentucky W 3-1..................................... *at Bellarmine W 3-1..................................... *UW-Parkside W 3-1................................................. *Lewis W 3-0................................ Southern Indiana W 3-1............................... *at #16 Rockhurst W 3-1..............................................*at Drury W 3-0...........................*Kentucky Wesleyan W 3-0.........................................#Bellarmine W 3-1.......................................#Indianapolis L 3-2..................................................#Lewis W 3-2....................................!Michigan Tech W 3-2...................................... !Grand Valley L 3-0...............................................!Ashland *GLVC Games; #GLVC Tourney !NCAA Tourn. at Hillsdale, Mich. 2005 (28-6, 14-2 GLVC) W 3-0.........................................vs. Hillsdale W 3-1.............................................vs. Regis L 3-1............................vs. Wayne St. (Neb.) W 3-2................................... at Neb.-Omaha W 3-1......................................... McKendree W 3-1.............................Alderson-Broaddus W 3-1.............................. Northern Michigan W 3-0...............................Missouri Southern L 3-0................................................ Truman L 3-1...............................at Central Missouri W 3-1...............................vs. Pittsburg State W 3-0........................... vs. Henderson State L 3-1....................................... *at Rockhurst L 3-1...............................................*at Drury W 3-0.................................*at Ky. Wesleyan W 3-0.................................................... Tiffin W 3-0...............................*Southern Indiana W 3-0..................................................*Drury

W 3-2.......................................... *Rockhurst W 3-0............................................. *at Lewis W 3-0................................. *at UW-Parkside W 3-1......................................... *Bellarmine W 3-0.............................*Northern Kentucky W 3-1...........................*at Southern Indiana W 3-0........................................... *at Quincy W 3-0..................................*at UM-St. Louis W 3-0.....................................*Ky. Wesleyan W 3-2....................................... *Indianapolis W 3-0...................................*Saint Joseph’s W 3-0.................................................#Drury W 3-2............................#Northern Kentucky W 3-1.......................................#Indianapolis W 3-0........................................ !Ferris State L 3-0............................................!Rockhurst *GLVC Games; #GLVC Tourney !NCAA Tournament at Allendale, Mich. 2004 (25-7, 14-2 GLVC) W 3-0.......................................... vs. Adelphi W 3-0.....................................vs. Montevallo L 3-1............................. vs. Central Missouri W 3-0....................................at West Florida W 3-0................................Illinois-Springfield W 3-2..................................vs. NW Missouri W 3-2............................... vs. Emporia State L 3-1.............................at Missouri Western L 3-1................................vs. Pittsburg State W 3-1.................................... vs. Mercyhurst W 3-2....................................vs. Ferris State L 3-1............................................vs. Findlay W 3-0..................................... *UW-Parkside W 3-0................................................. *Lewis W 3-0..................................... at McKendree W 3-2.........................*at Northern Kentucky W 3-0.......................*at Kentucky Wesleyan L 3-0................................*Southern Indiana W 3-0......................................... *Bellarmine W 3-2............................................. *at Lewis W 3-0................................. *at UW-Parkside W 3-0......................................*UM-St. Louis W 3-0............................................... *Quincy L 3-2............................*at Southern Indiana W 3-0...................................*Saint Joseph’s W 3-0....................................... *Indianapolis W 3-0............................... Washington (Mo.) W 3-0..................................... *at Bellarmine W 3-2........................................... *at Quincy W 3-0..................................*at UM-St. Louis W 3-0............................#Northern Kentucky L 3-1............................... #Southern Indiana *GLVC Games; #GLVC Tourney 2003 (25-7, 12-2 GLVC) W 3-0............................................. vs. Drury W 3-0................................ vs. Dallas Baptist W 3-0.................................... vs. SW Baptist L 3-0.........................................at Rockhurst W 3-0..................................vs. Indiana (Pa.) W 3-0....................................Belmont Abbey W 3-0...................................... at Charleston W 3-0................................vs. WV Wesleyan W 3-0......................................... McKendree W 3-0............................vs. W. Virginia State

W 3-0.........................................vs. Hillsdale L 3-2......................... vs. Grand Valley State W 3-1........................vs. Alderson-Broaddus W 3-0.....................................*Ky. Wesleyan W 3-1...............................*Southern Indiana W 3-0..................................*at UM-St. Louis L 3-1............................................ *at Quincy W 3-0..................................at UI-Springfield W 3-0...................................*at N. Kentucky W 3-1..................................... *at Bellarmine W 3-1............................................... *Quincy W 3-0......................................*UM-St. Louis L 3-0................................ Washington (Mo.) W 3-0....................................... *Indianapolis W 3-0...................................*Saint Joseph’s L 3-0....................................... *at S. Indiana W 3-0.................................*at Ky. Wesleyan L 3-1...................................Central Missouri W 3-1............................................. *at Lewis W 3-1................................. *at UW-Parkside W 3-1.................................................#Lewis L 3-1........................................#Indianapolis *GLVC Games; #GLVC Tourney 2002 (21-10, 11-3 GLVC) W 3-1............................................ St. Xavier W 3-1...................................... Winona State L 3-0.............................................. Edinboro W 3-2......................................at C. Missouri W 3-0......................................... McKendree W 3-2............................................St. Mary’s L 3-0.......................................Neb.-Kearney W 3-0................................Midwestern State W 3-0.....................................Chadron State W 3-2.............................. Northern Michigan W 3-1......................................... Ferris State L 3-0...................................Grand Valley St. W 3-1...............................................at Drury W 3-0............................................... *Quincy W 3-0......................................... *Bellarmine L 3-2........................................*N. Kentucky L 3-1.............................................Rockhurst W 3-2........................................... *at Quincy L 3-1....................................... Truman State L 3-1...................................*at UM-St. Louis L 3-1................................ Washington (Mo.) W 3-1...................................*at St. Joseph’s W 3-0................................... *at Indianapolis W 3-0.....................................*Ky. Wesleyan L 3-1................................*Southern Indiana W 3-0..................................... *UW-Parkside W 3-2................................................. *Lewis W 3-1......................................*UM-St. Louis W 3-2...................................... *at S. Indiana W 3-0.................................*at Ky. Wesleyan L 3-2........................................#Indianapolis *GLVC Games; #GLVC Tourney 2001 (21-13, 11-4 GLVC) L 3-2....................................... Truman State L 3-1....................................at UM-St. Louis W 3-1................................ Southern Indiana W 3-1.................................. Texas Woman’s W 3-0..........................................SW Baptist W 3-1......................................Dallas Baptist

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All-Time Results L 3-2..................................... Pittsburg State L 3-1.........................................at Rockhurst L 3-1...............................at Central Missouri L 3-0............................................... Hillsdale L 3-1............................................. at Findlay W 3-2........................................... Wayne St. W 3-0......................................*UM-St. Louis W 3-1............................................... *Quincy W 3-2...........................*at Southern Indiana W 3-0......................................... *Bellarmine W 3-0...................................... Ky. Wesleyan L 3-1.................................. *at UW-Parkside L 3-1.............................................. *at Lewis L 3-2............................................ *at Quincy W 3-2..................................*at UM-St. Louis W 3-0................................ Southern Indiana W 3-0.......................................... Charleston W 3-2.................................. Wheeling Jesuit W 3-1............................... Washington (Mo.) W 3-0...................................*Saint Joseph’s L 3-2................................... at Truman State W 3-0.................................*at Ky. Wesleyan W 3-2..................................... *at Bellarmine W 3-2...............................................at Drury W 3-2................................... *at Indianapolis L 3-0....................................*at N. Kentucky W 3-1.....................................#UM-St. Louis L 3-1...........................................#S. Indiana *GLVC Games; #GLVC Tourney 2000 (11-18, 7-9 GLVC) W 3-2...................................................Drury W 3-1...............................................Ashland W 3-0.................................. Wheeling Jesuit L 3-0................................ Nebraska-Omaha L 3-2....................................at North Florida L 3-1..................................................Tampa L 3-0.......................................... Ferris State L 3-1............................... Northern Michigan L 3-0...............................Grand Valley State W 3-0...........................................St. Francis W 3-0.................................*at Ky. Wesleyan W 3-1..................................... *at Bellarmine L 3-0............................*at Southern Indiana W 3-2................................................. *Lewis L 3-2...................................... *UW-Parkside L 3-2................................ Washington (Mo.) L 3-2........................................UM-St. Louis L 3-1................................................ *Quincy L 3-1............................. *at IUPU-Ft. Wayne W 3-1...............................*at Saint Joseph’s L 3-1................................*Southern Indiana W 3-0......................................... *Bellarmine W 3-0.....................................*Ky. Wesleyan L 3-0..............................*Northern Kentucky L 3-0........................................ *Indianapolis L 3-0.............................................Rockhurst W 3-2........................................... *at Quincy L 3-1...................................*at UM-St. Louis L 3-0....................................*at N. Kentucky *GLVC Games; #GLVC Tourney 1999 (22-11, 13-3 GLVC) W 3-1.................................... $Truman State L 3-1........................... $Central Missouri St.

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W 3-1.................................................$Drury W 3-2..................................vs Winona State W 3-1..........................................vs Hillsdale W 3-1....................... vs Lake Superior State L 3-1.....................................#vs Northwood L 3-0....................................#vs Ferris State W 3-1....................... #vs Grand Valley State W 3-0...................................*at Saint John’s L 3-1............................. *at IUPU-Ft. Wayne W 3-0.................................. vs Saint Francis W 3-2................................................. *Lewis W 3-0..................................... *UW-Parkside W 3-0....................................North Alabama W 3-0................................... *at Indianapolis L 3-0..........................*at Northern Kentucky W 3-0..................................... *at Bellarmine W 3-2................................. *at UW-Parkside W 3-0............................................. *at Lewis L 3-0.........................................at Rockhurst L 3-0.......................&vs Alabama-Huntsville L 3-0...............................&at North Alabama W 3-1.......................... at Washington (Mo.). W 3-2...............................*Southern Indiana W 3-0...........................*Kentucky Wesleyan L 3-0................................. *IUPU-Ft. Wayne W 3-0.......................................*Saint John’s W 3-0....................................... *Indianapolis W 3-0..................................*at UM-St. Louis W 3-1........................................... *at Quincy W 3-1.................................^vs UM-St. Louis L 3-1......................... ^at Northern Kentucky * denotes conference game $ Cougar Volleyball Classic # IPFW Tournament & UNA Volleyball Classic ^ GLVC Tournament 1998 (29-7, 14-2 GLVC) W 3-0.................................................#Drury W 3-0............................................ #Hillsdale W 3-1.....................................#USC Upstate W 3-1....................................... $Ferris State L 3-2.................................$Grand Valley St. W 3-0..................................... $Wayne State W 3-0..............................$Lake Superior St. W 3-0................................... *at Indianapolis W 3-0...................................... at Northwood W 3-2............................at Lake Superior St. W 3-2..........................at Saginaw Valley St. L 3-1.................................. *at UW-Parkside W 3-2............................................. *at Lewis W 3-2.............................*Northern Kentucky W 3-0......................................... *Bellarmine W 3-0.......................................at St. Francis W 3-2................................................. *Lewis W 3-2...........................*Wisconsin Parkside W 3-1................................ *IUPU Ft. Wayne W 3-0.................................%Arkansas Tech W 3-0....................... %Missouri Western St. L 3-0.......................... %Central Missouri St. W 3-0...................... %Missouri Southern St. W 3-1...................................*Saint Joseph’s W 3-2.........................................Washington W 3-0.......................*at Kentucky Wesleyan W 3-0...........................*at Southern Indiana W 3-0....................................... *Indianapolis

W 3-0...................................*at St. Joseph’s L 3-1............................. *at IUPU Ft. Wayne L 3-1.............................................Rockhurst W 3-1............................................... *Quincy W 3-1..............................*Missouri St. Louis L 3-2.......................................... ^Bellarmine W 3-2............................&Northern Michigan L 3-1.............................&Northern Kentucky # Cougar Invitational $ Wisconsin Parkside Tourn. % Henderson State Tourn. * Conference Games ^ Conference Tournament & NCAA Tournament 1997 (17-15, 10-5 GLVC) L 3-1.............................. ^Lake Superior St. W 3-1............................... ^Oakland (Forfeit) L 3-2........................................^St. Joseph’s L 3-0............................................. ^Hillsdale W 3-2............................................%Ashland W 3-1...........................%Saginaw Valley St. L 3-1................................%Grand Valley St. L 3-0............................................ %Oakland W 3-1................................... *at Indianapolis L 3-0........................................... Northwood W 3-1......................................... *Bellarmine L 3-1..............................*Northern Kentucky W 3-1................................................. *Lewis W 3-0..................................... *UW-Parkside L 3-0......................................... &St. Francis W 3-1...........................*at Southern Indiana W 3-0.......................*at Kentucky Wesleyan W 3-0.................................*Missouri Baptist L 3-0............................. *at IUPU Ft. Wayne W 3-0...................................*at St. Joseph’s W 3-0....................................... *Indianapolis W 3-0.......................................USC Upstate W 3-0...............................................Wingate L 3-2.....................................Francis Marion L 3-0..........................................Washington W 3-0..............................*Missouri St. Louis W 3-0............................................... *Quincy W 3-0.......................................*St. Joseph’s L 3-0................................. *IUPU Ft. Wayne L 3-0.............................................. *at Lewis L 3-1.................................. *at UW-Parkside L 3-2.................................................!Quincy *Conference Matches ^Hillsdale Tournament %IPFW Tournament &At Mt. Pulaski H.S. !GLVC Tournament 1996 (23-16, 12-4 GLVC) W 3-2.................................................Quincy L 3-2...............................Saginaw Valley St. L 3-2...............................Northern Kentucky W 3-0................................Lake Superior St. W 3-0...........................................Bellarmine W 3-1.............................................. Oakland W 3-1...............................Missouri Southern W 3-0...................................................Drury L 3-2....................................... Truman State L 3-1..................................Henderson State

W 3-0....................................... Oakland City L 3-1..........................*at Northern Kentucky L 3-0...............................Grand Valley State W 3-2..................................... *at Bellarmine W 3-0................................. *at UW-Parkside W 3-1............................................. *at Lewis L 3-2.......................................... Ferris State W 3-1................................... *at Indianapolis W 3-0...........................*Kentucky Wesleyan W 3-0...............................*Southern Indiana W 3-1.............................. at Missouri Baptist W 3-1....................................... *Indianapolis W 3-0.......................................*St. Joseph’s L 3-0................................. *IUPU Ft. Wayne L 3-0.................................. Florida Southern L 3-0.................................................... Barry W 3-0.................................................Rollins L 3-0..............................................at Tampa W 3-1................................Illinois-Springfield W 3-0........................................... *at Quincy L 3-0...............................*Missouri St. Louis L 3-0............................................St. Francis L 3-0............................. *at IUPU Ft. Wayne W 3-1...................................*at St. Joseph’s L 3-0..........................................Washington W 3-2..................................... *UW-Parkside W 3-2................................................. *Lewis W 3-0.........................................#Bellarmine L 3-0.............................#Northern Kentucky * Conference Matches # GLVC Tournament 1995 (15-15, 10-10 GLVC) L 3-0............................*at Southern Indiana W 3-1.......................................... Northwood W 3-0.......................*at Kentucky Wesleyan W 3-0.......................................*St. Joseph’s L 3-0................................. *IUPU Ft. Wayne L 3-2................................................ *Quincy L 3-0........................................ *Indianapolis W 3-1......................................... *Bellarmine L 3-1..............................*Northern Kentucky L 3-0...........................at Saginaw Valley St. L 3-0....................................... at Northwood W 3-1..........................................Mercyhurst L 3-0........................*at Wisconsin Parkside L 3-1.............................................. *at Lewis W 3-0...........................*Kentucky Wesleyan W 3-1...............................*Southern Indiana W 3-0............................................... *Quincy L 3-0............................. *at IUPU Ft. Wayne W 3-0...................................*at St. Joseph’s L 3-0......................... at Central Missouri St. W 3-1................................... *at Indianapolis W 3-0..................................... *at Bellarmine W 3-2....................................... Indiana (Pa.) L 3-0..........................*at Northern Kentucky W 3-0..........................................at Maryville W 3-1.................................. Missouri Baptist L 3-0................................. at Washington U. W 3-1................................................. *Lewis L 3-0...................................... *UW-Parkside L 3-0..................................................#Lewis * Conference Matches # GLVC Tournament

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2009 COUGARS SCHEDULE AUGUST–SEPTEMBER

SUNDAY

MONDAY

23

TUESDAY

24

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

25

26

27

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2

3

30 31 W. Illinois 7 pm

6

FRIDAY

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*UMKC 28 * N. Dakota 29 9:30 am ET 9 am ET *Akron * Indiana St. 7 pm ET 2:30 pm ET

4 ^ Louisville 5 pm ET

7

8

9

10

^ Ball St. 5 12:30 pm ET ^ IPFW 5 pm ET

11

12

Chattanooga 12 pm ET Austin Peay 2:30 pm ET 18 # UC Davis 19 1 pm # Saint Louis # Toledo 7 pm 5 pm Loyola (Ill.) Loyoly 5 pm ET

13

14

15

16

17

23

24

lllinois State 7 pm

20

21

22

25

26

Evansville 6 pm

27

28

29

30

* Indiana State Tournament (Terre Haute, Ind.) ^ Ball State Tournament (Muncie, Ind.)

SUNDAY

~ UT Chattanooga Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) # Saint Louis Tournament (St. Louis, Mo.)

OCTOBER

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

4 Bradley 2 pm

5

THURSDAY

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FRIDAY

2

6

7

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12

10

18

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25

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27

17 E. Illinois 2 pm

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22

Austin Peay 7 pm

3

W. Illinois 7 pm

SE Missouri St. 7 pm

SATURDAY

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24

Morehead St. E. Kentucky 7 pm ET 2 pm ET

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31 Missouri 6:30 pm

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MONDAY

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THURSDAY

SE Missouri St. 7 pm

8

9

10 UMKC 7 pm

FRIDAY

5

SATURDAY

6 UT Martin 7 pm

11

12

13

7 Murray St. 11 am

14 E. Illinois 2 pm

All times Central unless indicated

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