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2010 SONOMA STATE VOLLEYBALL Weekly Release • September 27, 2010 SSU Sports Information Weekly Release Tyler Lobe, Sports Information Director lobe@sonoma.edu • (707) 664-2478 www.sonomaseawolves.com

2010 Schedule and Results (6-4 overall, 3-3 ccaa)

...ON THE COURT THIS WEEK...

Date Opponent Time/Result Heading into Wednesday’s match without a win this seahumboldt state 9/3 DOMINICAN W, 3-0 son, the Lumberjacks have one of the youngest rosters LUMBERJACKS 9/3 BYU-HAWAII W, 3-1 in the CCAA, if not the youngest. 13 of the 17 players are 9/4 GRAND CANYON W, 3-0 0-10 overall, 0-6 ccaa just freshman and sophomores. Oceana Matsubu leads 9/4 SEATTLE PACIFIC L, 0-3 the team with 92 kills (2.56 k/s) while Brooke Ferguson Wednesday, Sept. 29 • 7:00 pm 9/10 at Cal State East Bay* L, 1-3 The Wolves’ Den at Rohnert Park, Calif. leads the back line with 122 digs (3.39 d/s). 9/11 at #11 UC San Diego* L, 0-3 9/17 at Cal State Stanislaus* W, 3-2 san francisco state #21 cal state monterey bay 9/18 at Chico State* W, 3-0 GATORS OTTERS 9/23 CAL POLY POMONA* W, 3-2 9/25 #5 CSU SAN BERNARDINO* L, 0-3 7-5 overall, 4-3 ccaa 9-1 overall, 6-1 ccaa 9/29 HUMBOLDT STATE* 7:00 pm Friday, Oct. 1 • 7:00 pm Saturday, Oct. 2 • 7:00 pm 10/1 SAN FRANCISCO STATE* 7:00 pm The Wolves’ Den at Rohnert Park, Calif. The Wolves’ Den at Rohnert Park, Calif. 10/2 #21 CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY* 7:00 pm 10/8 at CSU Dominguez Hills* 3:00 pm § § 10/9 at Cal State L.A.* 1:00 pm The Gators have played the role of upsetters so far Winners of six straight and nine of their first 10 10/15 UC SAN DIEGO* 7:00 pm this season, knocking off four of the five ranked matches to start the season, the Otters have been 10/16 CAL STATE EAST BAY* 7:00 pm teams they have played so far this season. Most ranked at No. 21 in the AVCA poll, the first national 10/22 CHICO STATE* 7:00 pm recently, San Francisco State defeated then-20thranking in their program’s history. Their only loss 10/23 CAL STATE STANISLAUS* 7:00 pm ranked Cal State L.A. on Saturday in five sets. Lauren came at the hands of fourth-ranked Cal State San 10/29 at CSU San Bernardino* 7:00 pm Walsh is third in the CCAA in kills per set (3.79), Iris Bernardino on Sept. 10. Rheann Fall, who was 10/30 at Cal Poly Pomona* 1:00 pm Tolenada leads the conference in assists per set named the National Player of the Week just two 11/3 at Humboldt State* 7:00 pm (10.65) and Sarah Kurfess is the CCAA’s top defender weeks ago, leads the conference in kills per set (4.32) 11/5 at Cal State Monterey Bay* 7:00 pm with 5.25 digs per set. and is tied for the team lead in service aces (21). 11/6 at San Francisco State* 7:00 pm 11/11 CAL STATE L.A.* 7:00 pm 11/13 CSU DOMINGUEZ HILLS* 7:00 pm Seawolves Split Weekend Series with Broncos, No. 5 Coyotes Down 2-0 in the match and hitting negatively with 15 kills and 16 errors on Thursday night, *CCAA match; home games in CAPS the momentum favored visiting Cal Poly Pomona, but Sonoma State found its groove and

CCAA Standings #4 Cal State San Bernardino #21 Cal State Monterey Bay Cal State Stanislaus Cal State East Bay San Francisco State #23 Cal State L.A. SONOMA STATE Chico State Cal Poly Pomona UC San Diego Cal State Dominguez Hills Humboldt State

W-L* 6-0 6-1 5-2 4-3 4-3 3-3 3-3 3-4 2-4 2-5 1-5 0-6

*CCAA record; ^Overall record

W-L^ 9-1 9-1 8-4 9-3 7-5 6-4 6-4 8-5 4-6 5-6 1-10 0-10

cruised, hitting at a blistering .458 in the final three sets to survive the Broncos’ upset bid and secure the come-from-behind 3-2 victory. On Saturday, Sonoma State got just six kills from Keala Peterson and Devynne Johnson added five, but fifth ranked Cal State San Bernardino cruised to a 3-0 victory, hitting .383 as a team. Dig For A Cure Night! Throughout the month of October, each CCAA volleyball team will designate a special “Dig for a Cure” match to highlight Breast Cancer Awareness month. Each team will wear pink warm-up shirts and the match will be played with pink volleyballs to honor those who are battling, or who have battled, breast cancer. Join us on Saturday, Oct. 2 when the Seawolves host Cal State Monterey Bay to honor the people and their families who battle breast cancer! Sonoma State, the CCAA and Molten USA are proud to partner during the month of October, “Breast Cancer Awareness” month, to highlight the fight against breast cancer. Home Sweet Home The Seawolves enjoyed the friendly confines of The Wolves’ Den on their home floor in recent years. During the last three seasons, Sonoma State owns a 29-6 record at home. Seawolves Against Nationally Ranked Opponents Sonoma State hasn’t had much success against nationally ranked opponents in their history. Since volleyball records began to be kept in 1991, the Seawolves (known as the Cossacks upuntil the 2002 season) are 21-119 against teams ranked in the Top 25 of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) poll. With No. 5 Cal State San Bernardino defeating the Seawolves on Saturday, Sonoma State has never beaten a Top Five team in its history (0-30).

Sonoma State Volleyball Weekly Release Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State September volleyball 27,home 2010 matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com


2010 SONOMA STATE VOLLEYBALL Weekly Release • September 27, 2010

Head Coach Bear Grassl Head Coach Bear Grassl returns for his ninth year at the helm of the Sonoma State University volleyball program in 2010. The 2008 CCAA Coach of the Year, Grassl has led the Seawolves to two of the best seasons in school history in ‘08 and ‘09, putting forward a 46-15 record and back-to-back trips to the NCAA Tournament.

2010 Sonoma State Volleyball Roster

# Name 1 Hayley Ross 2 Kelsey Dall 3 Sammi Bentovoja 4 Taylor Krenwinkel 5 Kaitlyn Dunaway 6 Amanda Vanover 7 Nicole Gragnola 8 Keala Peterson The 2009 Seawolves got out to the best start in 9 Annelise Dohrer program history, winning their first 11 matches on their way to a 23-8 overall record and their 10 Lindsay Lytle highest national ranking ever. Led by a core group 11 Devynne Johnson of local players and a roster that featured a pair of All-Americans, the Seawolves advanced to the NCAA 12 Alex DaRosa Tournament for the second consecutive year, where 13 Ally Sather they were upset by Cal State L.A.. 14 Brooke Moore 15 Kendahl Batiste The Seawolves burst on to the scene in 2008 when they won 14 of their first 15 matches. As the season 17 Kelsey Hull went on, Sonoma State stayed close in the CCAA title race but went 9-5 the rest of the season and finished 20 Devin Shaver 21 Briana Hammonds tied for second in the conference (15-5). However, the Seawolves had a stellar home record, going 14-1 23 Ashley Robinson on the hardwood of the Seawolf Gym. Sonoma State also appeared in the NCAA Division II West Regional Tournament for the first time since 1993 but a firstround loss to conference-foe Chico State knocked the Seawolves out of national title contention.

Pos S DS DS L DS DS OH OH OH S/OH MB/OH MB OH MB OH MB S Oh MB

Ht 5-10 5-8 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-10 5-7 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-1

Yr Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. R-Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Hometown Petaluma Mission Viejo El Dorado Hills San Diego Rohnert Park Brea Saratoga Sebastopol Berkeley Sebastopol San Diego Watsonville Santa Rosa Fresno Portland, Ore. Valley Springs Livermore Anaheim Ripon

Last School Petaluma HS Tesoro HS Oak Ridge HS Rancho Buena Vista HS Petaluma HS Brea Olinda HS Saratoga HS UC Davis Berkeley HS Rhode Island Grossmont HS Aptos HS Maria Carillo HS Clovis HS Grant HS Calaveras HS Granada HS Orange Lutheran HS Ripon HS

Head Coach: Edward “Bear” Grassl (Sonoma State, 1991; ninth year) Assistant Coaches: Jesse Ortiz, Michaela Ebben

Grassl took the reigns in 2002 and led the Seawolves to a 15-14 record. He repeated the feat in 2003 (1514) and then went 14-12 in ‘04. In 2005 and 2006, the Seawolves struggled in the win column playing in the tough California Collegiate Athletic Association with a young squad.

Tough Losses The four losses suffered by the Seawolves this season have been at the hands of teams that have appeared in the national poll this season. The combined record of Seattle Pacific, Cal State East Bay and Cal State San Bernardino -- three of the four teams that SSU has lost to so far this season -- is 30-4. UC San Diego, who was ranked 11th at the time, has fallen to 5-6.

In eight seasons at Sonoma State, Grassl has coached three All-Americans and countless All-Conference All-Region performers. He has also seen his players earn numerous Academic All-District honors in the past few seasons.

Krenwinkel’s Diggin’ It Junior Taylor Krenwinkel is fifth in the CCAA in digs per set with 4.47. She has 161 this season as she sits at third on the all-time list for digs in a career with 1,223. She needs 482 to top former SSU student-athlete Taylor Manton for the school record (1,704).

A 1991 graduate of Sonoma State, Grassl was head coach at El Molino High School from 1992-2001. During that span, he guided the Lions to six Sonoma County League championships, seven North Coast Section titles, five Northern California championships and one California state championship, in 1999. His career coaching mark at El Molino was an impressive 267-78.

National Spotlight on Sonoma State For the first time in school history, the Sonoma State volleyball team began the season ranked in the Top 25 of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Division II poll, debuting at No. 21. However, the Seawolves have since dropped out of the Top 25 after a slow start to the 2010 season. SSU spent all but one week ranked in the Top 25 last season and got as high as No. 13 -- the highest ranking in school history.

Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Career Record

Rec 15-14 15-14 14-12 11-16 10-14 13-14 23-7 23-8 6-4

Conf 10-12 10-12 9-9 9-13 7-13 9-9 15-5 15-7 3-3

Career Overall: 130-103 Career Conference: 87-83

Finish 8th t-7th 6th t-7th t-7th t-5th t-2nd 4th -

Follow The Action, LIVE! Can’t make it to The Wolves’ Den to catch the match? The Seawolf Sports Network is making its return to the internet again this season. The SSN is in its second season carrying the home matches of the Sonoma State volleyball team and an array of broadcasters will call the game live on the internet at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/sonoma-state-seawolves Live stats will also be available by going to the official web site of Sonoma State Athletics at sonomaseawolves.com.

Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State volleyball home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com


2010 SONOMA STATE VOLLEYBALL Weekly Release • September 27, 2010

Upcoming Schedule/Match Results

AVCA National Rankings 1. Minnesota Duluth 2. Wayne State (Neb.) 3. Southwest Minnesota State 4. Cal State San Bernardino 5. Tampa 6. Concordia-St. Paul 7. Washburn 8. Lewis 9. Central Missouri 10. Nebraska-Kearney 11. Emporia State 12. Truman 13. Minnesota State 14. Hillsdale 15. Seattle Pacific 16. Northern Michigan 17. Metro State 18. Western Washington 19. Indianapolis 20. West Texas A&M 21. Cal State Monterey Bay 22. Missouri-St. Louis 23. Cal State L.A. 24. Dowling 25. Barry 25. Saint Leo NCAA West Regional Rankings

The official NCAA Division II West Region Poll will be released at a later date.

Date

9/3 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/10 9/11 9/17 9/18 9/23 9/25 9/29 10/1 10/2 10/8 10/9 10/15 10/16 10/22 10/23 10/29 10/30 11/3 11/5 11/6 11/11 11/13 11/18 11/19 11/20 12/2 12/3 12/4

Opponent

W L Result Att. Set Scores

DOMINICAN W BYU-HAWAII W GRAND CANYON W SEATTLE PACIFIC L at Cal State East Bay* L at #11 UC San Diego* L at Cal State Stanislaus* W at Chico State* W CAL POLY POMONA* W #5 CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO* L HUMBOLDT STATE* SAN FRANCISCO STATE* #21 CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY* at Cal State Dominguez Hills* at Cal State L.A.* UC SAN DIEGO* CAL STATE EAST BAY* CHICO STATE* CAL STATE STANISLAUS* at Cal State San Bernardino* at Cal Poly Pomona* at Humboldt State* at Cal State Monterey Bay* at San Francisco State* CAL STATE L.A.* CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS* NCAA West Region Quarterfinal NCAA West Region Semifinal NCAA West Region Final NCAA Championship Quarterfinal NCAA Championship Semifinal NCAA Championship Final

3-0 65 3-1 167 3-0 87 0-3 143 1-3 217 0-3 358 3-2 129 3-0 189 3-2 145 0-3 222 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

25-17, 25-11, 25-17 25-21, 25-23, 24-26, 27-25 25-22, 25-23, 25-13 22-25, 23-25, 19-25 23-25, 17-25, 25-20, 19-25 14-25, 21-25, 22-25 25-21, 25-16, 23-25, 16-25, 15-11 25-19, 25-20, 25-21 21-25, 17-25, 25-20, 25-10, 15-8 14-25, 13-25, 16-25

This Week in the CCAA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 Cal Poly Pomona at Cal State San Bernardino, 7 p.m. Humboldt State at Sonoma State, 7 p.m.

CCAA Player of the Week Wk1-Roxanne Brunsting (UCSD) Wk2-Roxanne Neely (CSUEB) Wk3-Rheann Fall (CSUMB)* Wk4-Lianne Vicchio (CSUS) * = National Player of the Week

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 Cal State L.A. at UC San Diego, 7 p.m. Cal State Dominguez Hills at Cal State East Bay, 7 p.m. Chico State at Cal State San Bernardino, 7 p.m. San Francisco State at Sonoma State, 7 p.m. Cal State Monterey Bay at Humboldt State, 7 p.m. Cal State Stanislaus at Cal Poly Pomona, 7 p.m.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 Chico State at Cal Poly Pomona, 7 p.m. Cal State Dominguez Hills at UC San Diego, 7 p.m. Cal State L.A. at Cal State East Bay, 7 p.m. San Francisco State at Humboldt State, 7 p.m. Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State San Bernardino, 7 p.m. Cal State Monterey Bay at Sonoma State, 7 p.m.

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Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State volleyball home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com


2010 Sonoma State Volleyball Sonoma State Combined Team Statistics (as of Sep 27, 2010) All matches RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE 

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                 

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                  

HOME 4-2 1-1 3-1   

                                   

                         



                 

AWAY 2-2 2-2 0-0

  

                 

                 

                          

    



  

                                                               

          

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0 

                 

     

                 

                 

                                   

                          

                 



                            


2010 SONOMA STATE VOLLEYBALL Weekly Release • September 27, 2010

Individual Match Highs

QUICK KILLS Sunday_ ___________________0-0 Monday____________________0-0 Tuesday____________________0-0 Wednesday_________________0-0 Thursday___________________0-0 Friday_ ____________________4-1 Saturday_ __________________2-3 August_____________________0-0 September_ ________________6-4 October____________________0-0 November__________________0-0 Home_ ____________________4-2 Road_ _____________________2-2 Neutral_ ___________________0-0 Record in Set 1_ _____________5-5 Record in Set 2_ _____________5-5 Record in Set 3_ _____________5-5 Record in Set 4_ _____________2-2 Record in Set 5_ _____________2-0 Record in... 3-Set Matches_______________3-3 4-Set Matches_______________1-1 5-Set Matches_______________2-0

ALL-TIME RECORDS (since 1991) vs. 2010 OPPONENTS Dominican_ ________________6-1 BYU-Hawaii_________________2-2 Grand Canyon______________7-16 Seattle Pacific_______________5-3 Cal State East Bay___________16-4 UC San Diego______________4-18 Cal State Stanislaus__________33-8 Chico State_______________25-16 Cal Poly Pomona___________14-20 Cal State San Bernardino_____5-26 Humboldt State_ ___________20-6 San Francisco State__________28-3 Cal State Monterey Bay_ ______9-3 Cal State Dominguez Hills____25-5 Cal State L.A._______________6-28

KILLS

Keala Peterson Ally Sather Ally Sather Ally Sather

BYU-Hawaii Cal Poly Pomona at Cal State Stanislaus BYU-Hawaii

Opponent

Date

HITTING % (20 att.)

Opponent

Date 9/4 9/17 9/11 9/3

.429 (9k-0e-21a) .350 (9k-2e-20a) .348 (12-4e-23a) .312 (20k-5e-48a)

Opponent

Date

Total

Opponent

Date

Total

Opponent

Date 9/4 9/23 9/23 9/3

7 (2s-5a) 4 (0s-4a) 4 (0s-4a) 4 (1s-3a)

Opponent

Date

Total

Lindsay Lytle Grand Canyon Devynne Johnson at Cal State Stanislaus Ally Sather at #11 UC San Diego Keala Peterson BYU-Hawaii

ASSISTS

Hayley Ross Lindsay Lytle Hayley Ross Hayley Ross

DIGS

Taylor Krenwinkel Taylor Krenwinkel Taylor Krenwinkel Taylor Krenwinkel

BLOCKS

Brooke Moore Devynne Johnson Kendahl Batiste Lindsay Lytle

ACES

Brooke Moore Taylor Krenwinkel Hayley Ross Hayley Ross

at Cal State East Bay at Cal State Stanislaus Grand Canyon Seattle Pacific BYU-Hawaii at Cal State Stanislaus at Cal State East Bay Seattle Pacific Grand Canyon Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona Dominican at Cal State Stanislaus BYU-Hawaii at Chico State at Cal State East Bay

Total

9/3 9/23 9/17 9/3

20 16 14 14

9/10 9/17 9/4 9/4 9/3 9/17 9/10 9/4

9/17 9/3 9/18 9/10

3-SET MATCH HIGHS

KILLS: Ally Sather (12), at UC San Diego, 9/11 HITTING%: Lindsay Lytle (.429), vs Grand Canyon, 9/4 ASSISTS: Hayley Ross (30), vs Grand Canyon, 9/4 DIGS: Taylor Krenwinkel (19), vs Seattle Pacific, 9/4 BLOCKS: Brooke Moore (7), vs Grand Canyon, 9/4 ACES: Four times

4-SET MATCH HIGHS

KILLS: Keala Peterson (20), vs BYU-Hawaii, 9/3 HITTING%: Keala Peterson (.312), vs BYU-Hawaii, 9/3 ASSISTS: Hayley Ross (35), at Cal State East Bay, 9/10 DIGS: Taylor Krenwinkel (30), vs BYU-Hawaii, 9/3 BLOCKS: Kendahl Batiste (4), vs BYU-Hawaii, 9/3 ACES: Taylor Krenwinkel (5), vs BYU-Hawaii, 9/3

5-SET MATCH HIGHS

KILLS: Ally Sather (16), vs Cal Poly Pomona, 9/23 HITTING%: Devynne Johnson (.350), at Cal State Stanislaus, 9/17 ASSISTS: Lindsay Lytle (31), at Cal State Stanislaus, 9/17 DIGS: Taylor Krenwinkel (20), at Cal State Stanislaus, 9/17 BLOCKS: K. Batiste, D. Johnson (4), vs Cal Poly Pomona, 9/23 ACES: Brooke Moore (6), at Cal State Stanislaus, 9/17

Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State volleyball home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com

Total

35 31 30 25 30 20 20 19

Total

6 5 3 3


2010 SONOMA STATE VOLLEYBALL Weekly Release • September 27, 2010

STATISTICAL LEADERS (through Sunday, 9/26) #1 Hayley Ross S • Fr. Petaluma, CA

#2 Kelsey Dall DS • Jr. Mission Viejo, CA

#3 Sammi Bentovoja DS • So. El Dorado Hills, CA

#4 Taylor Krenwinkel L • Jr. San Diego, CA

#5 Kaitlyn Dunaway DS • Fr. Rohnert Park, CA

HITTING PERCENTAGE (min 3.0 att/set) Samantha Middleborn (CSUSB)_______ .588 Lindsay Poulos (CPP)_ ______________ .381 Melanie Lashbrook (CSUMB)_________ .362 Melissa Bishop (CSUS)_ _____________ .346 Brianna Bryant (CSUEB)_ ____________ .344 KILLS (per set) Rheann Fall (CSUMB)_ ______________ 4.32 Jane Chafeh (CSUSB)_ ______________ 4.14 Lauren Walsh (SFSU)________________ 3.79 Denise Devine (CSUDH)_____________ 3.53 Katle Allen (CSUEB)_________________ 3.34

#6 Amanda Vanover DS • Sr. Brea, CA

#11 Devynne Johnson MB/OH • So. San Diego, CA

#7 Nicole Gragnola OH • Fr. Saratoga, CA

#12 Alex DaRosa MB • R-Fr. Watsonville, CA

#8 Keala Peterson OH • Jr. Sebastopol, CA

#13 Ally Sather OH • So. Santa Rosa, CA

#9 Annelise Dohrer OH • Fr. Berkeley, CA

#14 Brooke Moore MB • So. Fresno, CA

#10 Lindsay Lytle S/OH • Jr. Sebastopol, CA

#15 Kendahl Batiste OH • Sr. Portland, OR

ASSISTS (per set) Iris Tolenada (SFSU)_ ______________ 10.65 Thalia McCann (UCSD)_____________ 10.20 Katie Colin (CPP)___________________ 9.98 Camille Smith (CSUSB)______________ 9.85 Amrita Tuladhar (CSULA)____________ 9.81 SERVICE ACES (per set) Megan Britton (CSUS)_______________ 0.62 Amrita Tuladhar (CSULA)____________ 0.59 Samantha Middleborn (CSUSB)_______ 0.59 Dionna Lucas (CSUMB)______________ 0.57 Rheann Fall (CSUMB)_ ______________ 0.57 BLOCKS (per set) Tiffaney Riggs (CSUMB)_ ____________ 1.11 Audrey Green (UCSD)_______________ 1.07 Samantha Middleborn (CSUSB)_______ 1.03 Taylr Kreutziger (CPP)_______________ 0.98 Julia Freidenberg (UCSD)____________ 0.97

#17 Kelsey Hull MB • Fr. Valley Springs, CA

#20 Devin Shaver S • Fr. Livermore, CA

#21 Briana Hammonds OH • Jr. Anaheim, CA

#23 Ashley Robinson MB • Fr. Ripon, CA

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School Name Sonoma State University Founded 1960 Enrollment 7,050 Colors Navy (PMS 286), Columbia Blue (PMS 278), White Nickname Seawolves Mascot Lobo the Seawolf Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference California Collegiate Athletic Association President Dr. Ruben Armiñana Director of Athletics Bill Fusco Home Court The Wolves’ Den Playing Surface/Capacity Hardwood/2,000

Director of Athletics Bill Fusco Associate Athletic Director - Comm. & Mktg. Brandon Bronzan Associate Athletic Director - S-A Services/SWA Yvonne Burbank Associate Athletic Director - Business Operations Michael Ogg Assistant Athletic Director - Event Mgmt. Megan Christensen Administrative Analyst Nancy Crosat Sports Information Director Tyler Lobe Compliance Coordinator Michael Balasek Equipment Manager Willie Lee Administrative Assistant Erin Rock Head Athletic Trainer Bo Owens Assistant Athletic Trainers Julie Miller, Andrew Simpkins

DIGS (per set) Sarah Kurfess (SFSU)________________ 5.25 Lauren Massa (CSUEB)_ _____________ 5.02 Megan Britton (CSUS)_______________ 4.82 Janessa Werhane (UCSD)____________ 4.80 TAYLOR KRENWINKEL (SSU)_ _______4.47

Live Stats are available for all Sonoma State volleyball home matches at www.sonomaseawolves.com

Sonoma State Volleyball Weekly Release - Week 4  

Sonoma State Volleyball Weekly Release - Week 4

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