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Front Row (from le� to right): Caitlyn Dean, Georgia Paturalski, Bailee Price, Brianna Anderson, Brooke Calhoun, Melanie Gibson; Second Row: Asst. Athle�c Trainer Kendall Grow, Asst. Coach Audrey Campbell, Natalie Gaudreau, Megan Hasse, Kamron Adkins, Head Coach Michael Robinson, Student Manager Erick Lee; Back Row: Taylor Boone, Sam Underwood, Shealy Bigach, Kassie Voelker, Alyssa Raterman, Ashley Sarmiento.


GENERAL INFORMATION

TUSCULUM VOLLEYBALL

BACK-TO-BACK NCAA TOURNAMENT PARTICIPANTS TABLE

OF

CON ONTENTS

Team Photo

Inside Front Cover

Table of Contents

1

Quick Facts

1

Credits

1

About the Cover

1

President Nancy B. Moody

2

Director of Athle�cs Frankie DeBusk

2

Head Coach Michael Robinson

3

Assistant Coach Audrey Campbell

4

Assistant Athle�c Trainer Kendall Grow

4

Student Manager Erick Lee

4

Numerical Roster

5

Alphabe�cal Roster

5

Meet the Pioneers

6-9

Pioneer Arena

9

Year-by-Year Results

10-11

2010 Sta�s�cs & Results

12

Individual Records

13

Team Records

14

Volleyball Honors

15

All-Time Le�er-winner Roster

16

All-Time Series Records

16

Athle�c Facili�es 2011 Schedule

Inside Back Cover Back Cover

QUICK FACTS School ............................... Tusculum College Loca�on .....................Greeneville, TN 37743 Founded ............................................... 1794 Enrollment ........................................... 2,350 President .......................Dr. Nancy B. Moody Alma Mater ........ Eastern Kentucky, 1972 Director of Athle�cs .............Frankie DeBusk Alma Mater ....................... Furman, 1991 Associate A.D. (SWA) ............. Deborah Davis Faculty Athle�c Rep. ................. Tom Stueber Nickname ....................................... Pioneers School Colors ........................Orange & Black Home Court ............... Pioneer Arena (2,000) Religious Affilia�on ......... Presbyterian (USA) Na�onal Affilia�on ..............NCAA Division II Conference .............................South Atlan�c Head Athle�c Trainer .................Chris Lenker Asst. Athle�c Trainer (VB) ........Kendall Grow COACHING STAFF Head Coach ....................Michael Robinson Alma Mater ..................... Mars Hill, 2000 Record at Tusculum ............. 65-33 (3 yrs) Career Record ...................... 65-33 (3 yrs) Assistant Coach .................Audrey Campbell Alma Mater .......Florida Gulf Coast, 2009 Volleyball Office....................(423) 636-7328 2010 Overall Record .............................. 25-7 2010 Conference Record ..............16-2 (2nd) Starters Returning/Lost ...........................5/1 Le�er-winners Returning/Lost ................9/3

CREDITS The 2011 Tusculum College Volleyball Media Guide is published by the TC Athle�c Media Rela�ons Office, Dom Donnelly, Assistant Athle�c Director for Media Rela�ons Wri�en, compiled and edited by: Dom Donnelly, Jim Miller and Deborah Davis. Special thanks head coach Michael Robinson and his coaching staff for their assistance with this publica�on. Principal Photography by: Nathan Carver, Kendall Mathes, Mike Slade, Phil Gentry, Stacey McGill, Dom Donnelly, Carolina Sports Inc. Addi�onal photography by: Travis Crabtree, Cody Greene, NCAA, South Atlan�c Conference and Tusculum Archives.

Cover Design by: Nathan Carver using Prin�ng by: Pulp Prin�ng, Bristol, Adobe Photoshop. Cover photography Tenn. by Nathan Carver.

ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Asst. AD - Media Rela�ons... Dom Donnelly Office Phone ....................(423) 636-7326 Cell Phone .......................(423) 341-0091 Email...............ddonnelly@tusculum.edu Fax ...................................(423) 636-7370 Asst. Dir. - Media Rela�ons ............Jim Miller Office Phone ....................(423) 636-7494 Email...................jemiller@tusculum.edu Pioneer Arena Press Row .....(423) 636-7344

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COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION FRANKIE DEBUSK

DR. NANCY B. MOODY President

3rd Year

Eastern Kentucky University, 1972

Dr. Nancy B. Moody is the 27th and first female President of Tusculum College, Tennessee’s oldest College. She officially assumed the role on April 27, 2009. Dr. Moody heralds from Middlesboro, Ky. Following gradua�on from Middlesboro High School, she received associate and baccalaureate degrees in nursing from Eastern Kentucky University, a Master of Science in nursing from Texas Woman’s University and a Doctor of Science in nursing from the University of Alabama School of Nursing at Birmingham. Her professional career in higher educa�on began at Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) as an instructor of nursing. She subsequently served in several roles at LMU, culmina�ng in her appointment as the dean of the School of Professional Studies before joining the faculty at East Tennessee State University where she was tenured and served as department chair. In terms of leadership, Dr. Moody served as the inaugural Execu�ve Director of the Tennessee Center of Nursing, which was funded ini�ally through a grant from The Robert Woods Johnson Founda�on, which she coauthored. Under her leadership, the Center was incorporated, con�nuously funded by external resources from 1996-2001 and funded through licensure fees of the Tennessee Board of Nursing beginning in 2002. She was an associate professor at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville prior to returning to LMU where she served as president for eight years. Dr. Moody has taught nursing in associate, baccalaureate, masters and doctoral degree programs. She has taught in private higher educa�on, in both statewide systems of higher educa�on in Tennessee, the Tennessee Board of Regents and the University of Tennessee. Dr. Moody has published and presented widely on topics including nursing faculty job sa�sfac�on, advanced nursing prac�ce and nursing workforce development. In addi�on, she has garnered more than two million dollars in grants for program support. She has par�cipated in accredita�on ac�vi�es with the American Veterinary Medical Associa�on, the Commission on Accredita�on of Nurse Anesthesia Programs, the Commission on Athle�c Training Educa�on, the Commission on Osteopathic College Accredita�on, the Council on Social Work Educa�on, the Na�onal Accredi�ng Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences Commission on Allied Health Educa�on Accredita�on, the Na�onal League for Nursing Accredi�ng Commission, the Southern Associa�on of Colleges and Schools - Commission Colleges and the Council on Accredita�on and School Improvement. Dr. Moody is the past chair of the execu�ve commi�ee for the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universi�es Associa�on and served on the Tennessee Student Assistance Corpora�on Board of Directors. She is a member of the NCAA Division II Presidents Council and an ac�ve par�cipant on the boards of the Appalachian College Associa�on and the Tennessee Center for Nursing, Inc. She is married to Tom Moody, a self-employed public accountant. She and Tom are proud parents of two adult children, daughter, Mykel, and son, Adam.

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Director of Athletics

5th Year

Furman University, 1991

Frankie DeBusk is entering his fi�h year as athle�c director at Tusculum College. He was named interim director of athle�cs in August, 2007 and was promoted to the full-�me post later that year. DeBusk is also beginning his 14th season at the helm of the Pioneer football program. DeBusk oversees the day-to-day opera�ons of the Tusculum athle�c department and the 14 sports that the College sponsors. In his first four years at the helm of the Pioneer Athle�c Department, DeBusk has guided Tusculum to outstanding seasons. In the last four years, TC has captured 10 South Atlan�c Conference championships, six SAC Tournament �tles and 16 NCAA Division II postseason appearances. Tusculum has finished fourth or be�er for the Doug Echols SAC Athle�c Excellence Award three �mes, including second in his first two years as athle�c director. With its outstanding na�onal postseason success during the 2008-09 campaign, Tusculum was the top league school in the NACDA Director’s Cup, finishing 58th of 272 Division II programs in the country. Tusculum student-athletes and coaches have garnered numerous individual accomplishments during DeBusk’s watch. In the last four years, 147 student-athletes have earned All-South Atlan�c Conference honors, including 69 All-Region picks and 31 All-Americans. Twelve (14) have been selected as SAC Players of the Year, including five as Region Players of the Year. Four student-athletes have also garnered Conference Freshman of the Year accolades. DeBusk has also stressed academic excellence in the department, resul�ng in 353 SAC Commissioner Honor Roll recipients over the last four years, including and a school record 29 named to the Cap�al One Academic All-District Team. Fifteen (15) Pioneers have earned the pres�gious South Atlan�c Conference Scholar Athlete Award for their respec�ve sports, including eight Capital One Academic All-Americans®, including Dus�n Morrow (baseball - 2008), Nicole Ferris (women’s soccer - 2008), Jarrell NeSmith (football - 2008, 2009), Simon Holzapfel (men’s cross country - 2009, 2010, 2011) and Chase Carroll (men’s golf - 2009). Three TC head coaches were either named Conference or Region Coach of the Year during the 2007-08 season. Tommy Arne� (men’s tennis) and Bre� Teach (men’s soccer) were named SAC Coaches of the Year, while Missy Tiber was selected as the Region Coach of the Year by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Associa�on (WBCA). In 2010-11, Michael Robinson was named the SAC Volleyball Coach of the Year. DeBusk has overseen numerous athle�c facility enhancements during his tenure as both football coach and athle�c director at Tusculum. In 2007-08, championship banners were installed in Pioneer Arena, honoring the success of Tusculum athle�cs, both past and present. The Pioneer Arena playing surface was redesigned and refinished during the summer of 2008, while historic Rankin Hall, which houses the TC athle�c department, experienced renova�ons to its main lobby area. The Pioneer football locker room also experienced a major renova�on with the installa�on of new lockers and flooring. DeBusk, the winningest football coach in Tusculum history, has built the Pioneers into year in and year out contenders in NCAA II, resul�ng in seven winning seasons in the last nine years. Over the past 11 seasons, TC has posted a 71-49 mark including a 9-4 tally sheet in 2008, while claiming the program’s second South Atlan�c Conference Championship and earning the school’s first berth to the NCAA II Football Playoffs. For his efforts, he was named Conference and AFCA Region Coach of the Year. His 77 victories on the Pioneer sidelines makes DeBusk the winningest gridrion coach in Tusculum history. His victory tally is the third most in SAC history, while his 39 league wins are the sixth most in the conference record book. In 2008, DeBusk’s team achieved success both on and off the field. The nine wins �ed a school single-season record, including victories in four of its last five games. DeBusk, a 1991 Furman University graduate, established 11 school records at quarterback for the Paladins, while compiling an impressive 31-6 record. In 1988, DeBusk led Furman to a 13-2 mark while capturing the NCAA Division I-AA Na�onal Championship. His collegiate career also included three Southern Conference �tles and three trips to the NCAA I-AA playoffs. He is not the first member of the DeBusk family to garner the TC black and orange. His brother, Doug, was a Tusculum Hall of Fame point guard for the Pioneer basketball team from 1991-95. In 2003, DeBusk was the recipient of the pres�gious Art Argauer Award, which is presented to the Tusculum coach of the year as selected by his peers. He was the co-recipient of the Argauer Award again in the 2008-09 year. Frankie DeBusk is married to the former Jennifer Coffey of Bristol, Tenn. and they have one son, Ty.


HEAD COACH MICHAEL ROBINSON Michael Robinson is entering his fourth season at the helm of the Tusculum College volleyball program. Robinson took over the program in spring of 2008, becoming the seventh head coach in the history of volleyball at Tennessee’s oldest college. It has been a magical run for Robinson in his first three years on the Tusculum sidelines. He has amassed a solid 65-33 in his TC career, giving him the third-highest victory tally tally in school history, while his .663 won-loss percentage is fourth in the Tusculum record book. In just three years, he has mentored six All-South Atlan�c Conference honorees, three All-Region selec�ons, six SAC All-Freshman picks and the program’s first Daktronics First Team All-American in Caitlyn Dean in 2010. His 2010 squad accounted for the best season since the Pioneers made the transi�on to the NCAA Division II level in 1998. Tusculum posted an impressive 25-7 worksheet, including a school record 16-2 mark in SAC play. TC tallied a 10-game winning streak and a stellar 10-1 record at home, including an eight-game winning trend at Pioneer Arena to end the season. Four Tusculum players garnered All-SAC recogni�on, including rookie se�er Ashley Sarmiento, who was named Conference Freshman of the Year. The Pioneers made a strong late-season run, winning their last five regular-season ou�ngs and won two more in the Food Lion SAC Tournament to punch its �cket for the championship match for the first-�me ever. TC’s win in the SAC Tournament semifinal was monumental as the Pioneers rallied from two-set deficit to claim a 3-2 marathon win over Lincoln Memorial University. The strong showing on the year led the Pioneers to a NCAA Tournament bid and their second straight trip to the na�onal postseason. Sarmiento was also named the Southeast Region Freshman of the Year, while Dean and middle-hi�er Alyssa Raterman garnered All-Region accolades as well. Dean’s season was monumental as she established na�onal records in defense, as she led the country with a NCAA II-best 7.1 digs per set. For his efforts, Robinson was selected as co-South Atlan�c Conference Coach of the Year, becoming the first Tusculum skipper to earn the honor. Robinson’s first year at Tusculum was a successful one as the Pioneers posted a 22-11 record, while earning the program its first NCAA Division II regional ranking. He mentored one All-South Atlan�c Conference performer (Ka�e Luebke), while two of his rookies were selected to the SAC All-Freshman Team (Carly Swisher, Peyton Colclough). In his inaugural season as head coach, the Pioneers opened winning six of their first eight matches, including Robinson’s first-ever collegiate victory against Belmont Abbey College on Aug. 30, 2008. He led TC to a seven-match winning streak as the squad finished fourth in the conference. He posted his second straight winning season for the Pioneers in 2009 as his squad went 18-15 as he guided Tusculum to the program’s first-ever NCAA II Tournament appearance. He mentored All-SAC honoree Gina Coffaro and SAC All-Freshman standouts, Sam Underwood and Bailee Price. Prior to assuming the head coaching du�es, Robinson served the previous three years as an assistant at Tusculum. From 2006-07, Robinson helped the program to a 48-20 record, including a 20-8 mark in the South Atlan�c Conference. In 2006, TC posted a 23-10 showing, a 14-win improvement from the previous season. TC also posted a 9-5 SAC record to finish fourth in the league. But it was in 2007 that the Pioneers showed the most improvement going 25-10, while estabOACH OF THE EAR lishing a new school record for SAC wins in a season (11). Tusculum went 11-3 in league play, while finishing second in the conference, its best ever finish since joining the SAC in 1998. TC ranked second in the na�on in blocks per game and ninth in team hi�ng percentage. That squad boasted the 2007 SAC Player of the Year in Vivian Lacy, who became the first Tusculum volleyball player to garner NCAA Division II All-America dis�nc�on. Lacy was named the SAC USCULUM S INNINGEST OACHES Player of the Year, while Alexis Rowles was tabbed the SAC Scholar Athlete for volleyball. On the 2007 Victories squad alone, four players earned All-SAC recogni�on, including: Lacy, Kelsey Hayden, Ka�e Luebke and Head Coach Years No. W L Pct. Mariana Rezende. J.C. “Red” Edmonds 1982-94 13 410 148 .735 While at Tusculum, Robinson’s teams have excelled off the volleyball court, earning the AmeriBeth Birky 1997-02 6 93 121 .435 can Volleyball Coaches Associa�on Team Academic Award. Michael Robinson 20083 65 33 .663 Nathan Baker 2006-07 2 48 20 .706 Robinson, a na�ve of Green Mountain, N.C., came to the Greeneville campus a�er serving as Toby Brooks 1995 1 43 9 .827 head volleyball coach at T.C. Roberson High School in Asheville, N.C. in 2004. April Carpenter 1996 1 30 16 .652 Prior to 2004, Robinson coached six years at South Atlan�c Conference member Mars Hill ColMissy Gragg-Sturgill 2003-05 3 25 66 .275 lege. He served as a student assistant with the Lady Lions from 1998-2000 and as an assistant coach from 2001-03. During his tenure, Mars Hill boasted six All-Conference honorees, including 1998 SAC Percentage Player of the Year Nicole Silver and 2001 SAC Freshman of the Year Sarah Nash. Head Coach Years No. W L Pct. While at Mars Hill, he assisted with all opera�ons of the volleyball program, including scou�ng, Toby Brooks 1995 1 43 9 .827 filming, weight training, condi�oning and prac�ce coordina�on. J.C. “Red” Edmonds 1982-94 13 410 148 .735 Nathan Baker 2006-07 2 48 20 .706 The 1998 MHC squad posted a 32-6 overall record while capturing the South Atlan�c ConferMichael Robinson 20083 65 33 .663 ence championship and the SAC Tournament �tle. The team �ed for fi�h in the NCAA Division II SouthApril Carpenter 1996 1 30 16 .652 east Region, while Silver led the na�on in digs, averaging six per game. Beth Birky 1997-02 6 93 121 .435 Robinson is a member of the American Volleyball Coaches Associa�on and is ac�ve within the Missy Gragg-Sturgill 2003-05 3 25 66 .275 organiza�on, serving on the AVCA Assistant Coaches Commi�ee.

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COACHING STAFF AUDREY CAMPBELL

KENDALL GROW

ASSISTANT VOLLEYBALL COACH

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER

1st Year • Florida Gulf Coast University, 2009

2nd Year • West Chester University, 2008

Audrey Campbell is beginning her first season as assistant volleyball coach at Tusculum College. Campbell comes to the Greeneville, Tenn. campus from NCAA Division I Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Fla. Campbell, a na�ve of Tampa, Fla., will assist in all aspects of the Tusculum volleyball program, including: recrui�ng coordina�on, prac�ce planning and implementa�on, strength & condi�oning, fundraising and the team’s community engagement efforts. Campbell has recorded four years of collegiate volleyball playing experience, including Hillsborough Community College in Tampa for two seasons (2005-2007), before transferring to Florida Gulf Coast for her final two years (2007-2009). While at Florida Gulf Coast, she led the Eagles to back-to-back Atlan�c-Sun Conference Championships in 2007 and 2008. Campbell finished second in the league in hi�ng percentage (.407) as a junior and earned A-Sun All-Academic Honors during her senior campaign. During her two seasons at the Fort Myers school, her teams posted an impressive 43-11 overall record, including a 283 conference worksheet. Her teams also posted a remarkable 19-1 record at home. In 2007, she played in 19 matches where she tallied 98 kills and 41 blocks. In A-Sun play, she posted a league-leading .417 hi�ng percentage, racking up 49 kills with only six errors in 103 a�empts. She recorded a career-high 11 kills while hi�ng .500 and adding five blocks against East Tennessee State University. During her senior season at FGCU, she finished with a .289 hi�ng percentage, which was ninth in the conference. She was one of five Eagles to play in every set, accoun�ng for 72 blocks, which were third-best on the team. At Hillsborough Community College, she led the Hawks to a FCCAA State Championship, Gulf District Championship and a berth to the NJCAA Tournament, where her team finished 11th in the na�on. It was Hillsborough’s first FCCAA State �tle, as the Hawks knocked off perennial state power Miami-Dade Community College. In 2006, she posted a .391 hi�ng percentage and averaged 2.2 kills per set. Campbell also led the team in blocking with 88 rejec�ons (0.68 bps). She also served as assistant coach for the USA South Volleyball Club program where she specialized with middle posi�on training. She has worked with numerous volleyball camps and clinics with FGCU, USA South Volleyball Club, Hillsborough Community College and the Tampa United Volleyball Club (20062010). Prior to her arrival in Greeneville, she served two years as the Development Assistant for Athle�c Advancement at FGCU (2009-2011). Her du�es in this posi�on included: Eagles Club Liaison, Special Event Coordinator, fundraising, major gi�s as served as the Assistant for the Senior Associate Director for External Affairs. Campbell earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communica�on from Florida Gulf Coast in 2009 and followed that with her Masters in Public Administra�on this past May. She also earned an Associate Arts degree from Hillsborough Community College in 2007.

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Kendall Grow is in her first year as assistant athle�c trainer at Tusculum College in 2010-11. Grow, a na�ve of Lancaster, Pa., came to Tusculum in October, 2010 a�er earning a master of arts degree in kinesiology with a concentra�on in athle�c training from San Jose State University. Her thesis was a study of the effects on range of mo�on and injury in baseball players. At San Jose State, Grow provided athle�c training services for the baseball, so�ball, tennis, women’s volleyball and women’s gymnas�cs teams. She also provided medical care to a�endees for a variety of summer camps hosted by the university. She also taught undergraduate athle�c training classes through the university’s teaching assistantship program. A 2008 cum laude graduate of West Chester University with a bachelor of science degree in athle�c training, Grow provided athle�c training services for the school’s athle�c teams as well as Bayard Rus�n High School and Swarthmore College. She was a member of the university’s Athle�c Training Club and worked a variety of summer camps. Grow received ATC cer�fica�on from the Na�onal Athle�c Trainers Associa�on in April, 2008 and has been a member of NATA since 2007. She is American Heart Associa�on Cer�fied in CPR/AED and First Aid.

ERICK LEE STUDENT MANAGER Spartanburg, S.C. • Spartanburg Day School 3rd Year • Senior


2011 ROSTER

PIONEER ARENA

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 15 16 17 18

Player Caitlyn Dean Melanie Gibson Natalie Gaudreau Kassie Voelker Sam Underwood Alyssa Raterman Bailee Price Taylor Boone Brooke Calhoun Megan Hasse Ashley Sarmiento Shealy Bigach Kamron Adkins Brianna Anderson Georgia Paturalski

NUMERICAL ROSTER

Pos. DS/L DS/L OH MB OH/MB MB OH MB L/DS OH S RS RS OH S

Ht. 5-5 5-3 5-9 6-0 6-1 6-1 5-9 6-0 5-5 5-9 5-11 6-2 5-9 5-8 5-8

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

Hometown/Previous School/High School Fort Wayne, Ind./Northrop HS Signal Mountain, Tenn./Red Bank HS Venice, Fla./Saint Leo/Venice HS Morristown, Tenn./Morristown West HS Muncie, Ind./Cowan HS Urbana, Ohio/Urbana HS Fort Wayne, Ind./Northrop HS Burnsville, N.C./Mountain Heritage HS Hixson, Tenn./Grace Bap�st Academy Kingston Springs, Tenn./Harpeth HS Dayton, Ohio/Centerville HS York, S.C./York Comprehensive HS Hixson, Tenn./Red Bank HS Fort Wayne, Ind,/Carroll HS Signal Mountain, Tenn./Signal Mountain HS

Head Coach: Michael Robinson (Mars Hill, 2000), 4th season Assistant Coach: Audrey Campbell (Florida Gulf Coast, 2009) Assistant Athle�c Trainer: Kendall Grow Student Manager: Erick Lee

ALPHABETICAL No. Name 16 Kamron Adkins 17 Brianna Anderson 15 Shealy Bigach 8 Taylor Boone 9 Brooke Calhoun 1 Caitlyn Dean 3 Natalie Gaudreau 2 Melanie Gibson 10 Megan Hasse 18 Georgia Paturalski 7 Bailee Price 6 Alyssa Raterman 13 Ashley Sarmiento 5 Sam Underwood 4 Kassie Voelker

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MEET

16

KAMRON ADKINS RIGHTSIDE HITTER

5-9

So.

Hixson, Tenn. • Red Bank HS Physical Education 2010: Saw ac�on in three matches against West Virginia State (Sept. 2), Anderson (Oct. 2) and Limestone (Oct. 5)... Averaged 0.25 kills, 0.25 assists and 0.25 digs per set... Posted a dig against West Virginia State... Added a kill and an assist in two sets at Anderson... High School: Graduated from Red Bank HS in Cha�anooga, Tenn... Coached by Christel Brooks at Red Bank; Led her senior squad to a Tennessee 2AA State volleyball �tle... Prep teammate of TC volleyball player Melanie Gibson... Played her club volleyball with the Choo Choo City Volleyball Club... Coached by Paul Brock... Personal: Full name is Kamron Shan�h Adkins... Born May 8, 1992 in Cha�anooga, Tenn... Daughter of Robin Adkins... Sister - Kieron Adkins... Majoring in Physical Educa�on with a Mathema�cs minor... Plans to move back to Cha�anooga and become a volleyball and so�ball coach at a high priority high school following gradua�on... Played one season for the Tusculum so�ball team... Favorite book: “Twilight”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Wellness; Favorite midnight snack: Pudding Snack Pack; Favorite ar�st: Journey; Favorite song: ““More Than Words” by Extreme; Kamron can’t go a week without: Music; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning the State volleyball championship during her senior year; Advice to kids: “Be all that you can be, and more”; Favorite color: Lime Green; Favorite foods: Chicken cassarole; Favorite sport other than volleyball: So�ball; People Kamron admires most: Her teammates; Toughest opponent Kamron has ever played against: Alex Mar�n; What people don’t know about Kamron: She can quote any movie ever made; When she was a kid, Kamron tried to be like: Her Aunt Jamie; When people first meet Kamron, they think: She’s super goofy!

KAMRON ADKINS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year SP-MP 2010 4-3 Totals 4-3

K KPS 1 0.25 1 0.25

E 1 1

TA Pct 4 .000 4 .000

A APS SA SAPS SE RE DG DPS BS BA TB BPS 1 0.25 0 0.00 0 0 1 0.25 0 0 0 0.00 1 0.25 0 0.00 0 0 1 0.25 0 0 0 0.00

BRIANNA ANDERSON OUTSIDE HITTER

17 5-8

Fr.

Fort Wayne, Ind. • Carroll HS Athletic Training High School: Graduated from Carroll HS... Coached by Doug Helsom... Also played club ball with the Fort Wayne Volleyball Club... Coached by Steve Florio... Personal: Born May 6, 1993 in Fort Wayne, Ind... Daughter of Jon and Karen Anderson... Brother - Sam; Sister - Maddy... Father played football and baseball at Ripon College... Majoring in Athle�c Training... Favorite books: “The Pact: A Love Story”; “Two Way Street”, “Summer Sisters”; Favorite midnight snack: Ice cream; Brianna can go a week without: Pizza; Most thrilling moment in sports: High school team advancing to the semi-state round of the State Playoffs; Advice to kids: “Never give up. If you love it, then do whatever it takes”; Favorite colors: Blue, green; Favorite food: Italian food; Favorite sport other than volleyball: Football; People Brianna most admires: Her parents; What people don’t know about Brianna: She’s terrified of lady bugs; When she was a kid, Brianna tried to be like: Halle Berry; When people first meet Brianna, they think: She’s quiet and shy.

SHEALY BIGACH RIGHTSIDE HITTER

15 5-8

Fr.

York, S.C. • York Comprehensive HS Pre-Medicine 2010: Played in one match in home conference victory over Mars Hill (Oct. 12)... High School: Graduated from York Comprehensive HS in York, S.C... Coached by Julie McGee... Le�ered three years in volleyball... Two-�me All-Region performer (2008, 2009)... Named to the Hillcrest All-Tournament team in 2009... Established new school record with 34 service aces during her sophomore season... Two-�me team captain... Served as vice president of the health science organiza�on, placing third in the State forensics compe��on in 2009 and captured first place honors in first aid/CPR in the State... Elected to the YCHS Hall of Fame in 2009... Personal: Full name is Jaqueline Shealy Bigach... Born April 7, 1992 in Rock Hill, S.C... Nicknames: “Shealy Bird”, “Sheals”, “Biggs”, “Biggie Smallz”... Daughter of Bruce and Kim Bigach... Sister - Dae Bigach (13)... Majoring in Pre-Medicine... Plans to a�end medical school, earn her doctorate degree and specialize in ophthalmology a�er gradua�on... Hobbies include playing the piano and reading... Member of the Bonner Leadership program... Comes from a very athle�c family: Father played football at Ohio University (1978-79) and Akron (1981-82); Cousin, Steve Bigach, is entering his freshman season on the Iowa football team; Aunt, Cathy Ivester played volleyball at Limestone (1980-84); Cousin, Ma� Bigach played baseball at Carson-Newman (2007-09); Uncles, Steve Bigach (1972-75) and Jeff Bigach (1973-76) played football at Lehigh... Favorite books: “The Last Song”, “The Notebook”; Favorite midnight snack: Raw cookie dough; Favorite sports teams: Carolina Panthers, Michigan Wolverines; Shealy can’t imagine a week without: Food, sleep and her laptop; Shealy is as good as anyone at: Dance Revolu�on; Least favorite food: Cucumbers; Favorite athletes: Kerri Walsh and Misty-May Treanor; Most thrilling moment in sports: A kick that decides the Super Bowl; Advice to kids: “If you find an interest or an ac�vity you enjoy doing, take a class or go to a summer camp and see if that’s something that is worth pursuing; Favorite color: Red; Favorite food: Chocolate; Favorite sport other than volleyball: Football; Person Shealy admires most: Her mother; What people don’t know about Shealy: She knows a lot of songs and can sing them all; When she was a kid, Shealy tried to be like: Shania Twain; When people first meet Shealy, they think: She’s really tall.

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THE

PIONEERS

SHEALY BIGACH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year SP-MP 2010 1-1 Totals 1-1

K KPS 0 0.00 0 0.00

E 2 2

TA Pct 2 -1.00 2 -1.00

A APS SA SAPS SE RE DG DPS BS BA TB BPS 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00

8

TAYLOR BOONE MIDDLE BLOCKER

6-0

Fr.

Burnsville, N.C. • Mountain Heritage HS Pre-Medicine High School: A�ended Mountain Heritage HS... Coached by Kevin Huskins... Garnered AllWestern Highlands Conference honors twice (2009, 2010) and was named her team’s most valuable player... The two-�me team captain also le�ered in basketball and was a member of the XVP Volleyball club team... Recorded 325 kills with a .517 hi�ng percentage, along with 209 solo blocks for a season... Coached by Dave McKinley... Personal: Full name is Taylor Rebecca Boone... Born Oct. 12, 1993 in Asheville, N.C... Daughter of Bryan and Kelly Boone... Sister - Alexandria... Majoring in Pre-Medicine... Plans to a�end dental school following gradua�on... Favorite book: “Times Arrow”; Favorite midnight snack: Cereal; Favorite musical ar�st: John Mayer; Favorite song: “Atmosphere” by John Mayer; Taylor can’t imagine a week without: Food; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning the conference �tle for the first �me in school history; Advice to kids: “Never trust a skinny chef”; Favorite color: Turquoise; Favorite foods: Mashed potatoes, green beans; Favorite sport other than volleyball: Football; People Taylor admire most: Her family; Toughtest player Taylor has ever played against: Madison Ward; What people don’t know about Taylor: She can eat a lot; When she was a kid, Taylor tried to be like: Jennie Finch; When people first meet Taylor, they think: She’s shy.

9

BROOKE CALHOUN LIBERO/DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST

6-0

Fr.

Hixson, Tenn. • Grace Baptist Academy Psychology High School: Graduated from Grace Bap�st Academy... Coached by Hillary Hamilton... Fouryear starter and was a member of the All-District 5 Team three �mes and the District AllTournament squad twice.... 2010 All-Region 3 Team honoree and was selected to the Chattanooga Times Free-Press Best of Preps Honorable Men�on squad in 2010... Key player in Grace Bap�st’s first-ever Sub-State berth in 2007 during her rookie campaign... Recorded 399 kills, 174 service aces, 22 blocks and 1,042 digs during her prep career... Off the volleyball court, she received the Golden Eagle Horizon Award at Grace Bap�st for student-athletes who demonstrate leadership, scholarship and compe��veness... Par�cipated in the student government for three years, including as Junior Class President... Member of the Na�onal Beta Club and the Na�onal Honors Society... Also played for the Choo-Choo City Volleyball Club where she was named the Fury Performance Training Athlete of the Month in Dec. 2009... Her club teams won 11 tournaments and advanced to two na�onal tournaments, including a Silver Bracket �tle (JVDA) in 2009... Coached by Paul Brock... Personal: Born June 19, 1993 in Kingsport, Tenn... Daughter of Bobby Calhoun and Tonya Abbo�... Majoring in Psychology... Business minor... Favorite books: “Do Hard Things”, “All Over But the Shou�n’”, “The Great Gatsby”; Favorite midnight snack: Macaroni and cheese; Favorite song: “God Save Me You” by Dave Barnes; Brooke can’t go a week without: Her toothbrush; Advice to kids: “Always be honest and do right”; Favorite color: Green; Favorite food: Pasta; Favorite sport other than volleyball: Basketball; People Brooke admires most: Her parents and her best friends; What people don’t know about Brooke: She loves Jus�n Bieber; When she was a kid, Brooke tried to be like: An adult.

1

CAITLYN DEAN LIBERO/DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST

5-5

So.

Fort Wayne, Ind. • Northrop HS Psychology 2011: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... 2010: Daktronics NCAA Division II First Team All-America... AVCA All-Southeast Region Team... Daktronics All-Southeast Region First Team... All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... South Atlan�c Conference All-Freshman Team... Posted one of the best defensive performances in NCAA history with her 845 digs last season, establishing a new NCAA II single-season record... Finished as NCAA II Na�onal Sta�s�cal Champion for digs per set with a school record (7.1 dps)... Accounted for an amazing 13 matches with 30-plus digs... Named SAC Specialist of the Week on two occasions... Posted a season-best 46 digs in 3-1 win at Newberry (Oct. 1) to �ed a school record for a four-set match... Added 40 digs in four-set triumph over Anderson (Oct. 30)... Began her collegiate career averaging 7.93 digs per set in her first four matches to earn a spot at the UIndy Invita�onal All-Tournament Team (Sept. 2-3)... Posted a season-best five assists in win over Nova Southeastern (Sept. 4)... Tallied three service aces against Nova Southeastern, Lincoln Memorial (Sept. 28) and Lees-McRae (Oct. 16)... Played in 119 sets... Finished the season with 22-straight matches with double-digit digs... Only match under 10 digs was in her two-sets against Wingate (Sept. 18) where she tallied five digs... 11 straight matches with 20plus digs to end her rookie campaign... Earned a spot on the SAC All-Tournament Team... High School: Graduated from Northrop HS in Fort Wayne, Ind... Coached by Joyce Moss... Four-�me All-Summit Athle�c Conference performer... Earned All-Conference First Team accolades in her last three campaigns, including 2009 as she established a new school record for digs... Three-�me All-Northeast Indiana honoree and was the recipient of the 2009 Defensive MVP Award... Earned the Passing Award in 2009 and was a nominee for the Golden Spike Award.. 2007 recipient of the Jim Dandy for Digs Award and the Larry Byler Defensive Award... Glass Spike nominee... Played her club volleyball for the N3 Volleyball Club, where she was once


MEET

THE

PIONEERS

again coached by Joyce Moss... Personal: Full name is Caitlyn Elizabeth Dean... Born Jan. 2, 1992 in Fort Wayne, Ind... Daugther of Cheryl Dean and David S�nson... Sisters - Candace, Chris�n... Majoring in Pre-Medicine... Plans to get into nursing-Pediatrics Intensive Care following gradua�on... SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Favorite midnight snack: Oreos and milk; Favorite musical ar�sts: Future, Drake; Favorite class at Tusculum: Volleyball; Favorite song: “Twisted”; Cailtyn can’t go a week without: Bailee Price; Most thrilling moment in sports: Bea�ng Dwenger in three games”; Advice to kids: “Go hard or go home”; Favorite color: Purple: Favorite food: Pasta; Favorite sport other than volleyball: Football; People Caitlyn admire most: Her mother and grandfather; Toughest opponent Cailtlyn has ever played against: Darcy Dorton; What people don’t know about Caitlyn: She’s Italian; When she was a kid, Caitlyn tried to be like: Her older sisters; When people first meet Caitlyn, they think: She’s in�mida�ng.

CAITLYN DEAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year SP-MP 2010 119-32 Totals 119-32

K KPS 6 0.05 6 0.05

E 3 3

TA Pct 38 .079 38 .079

A APS SA SAPS SE RE DG DPS BS BA TB BPS 44 0.37 27 0.23 33 40 845 7.10 0 0 0 0.00 44 0.37 27 0.23 33 40 845 7.10 0 0 0 0.00

3

NATALIE GAUDREAU OUTSIDE HITTER

5-9

Jr.

Venice, Fla. • State College of Florida • Venice HS Elementary Education State College of Florida: Recorded a career-best 32 kills against Pensacola State College in the FSCJ Tournament... Team finished 12th in the na�on (NJCAA) and third in the State (FCCAA)... Named to NJCAA District G&H All-Tournament Team... All-Suncoast Conference First Team... Mul�ple All-Tournament team selec�ons... Member of the Dean’s List and numerous academic honor rolls... Saint Leo: Played the 2007 season, playing 31 matches and 80 sets... Posted a .304 hi�ng percentage, while averaging 0.69 kills per set... Finished the year with 20 service aces, 31 digs and 55 kills... High School: Graduated from Venice (Fla.) HS... Coached by Brian Wheatley... Three-�me All-State selec�on (2004, 2005, 2006)... Twice named to the All-Area squad... 2006 Team MVP... 2007 Wendy’s High School Heisman nominee... Two-�me Sarasota Female Student-Athlete of the Year... Five-�me Venice Gondolier Athlete of the Week... Member of 2005 5A State Championship squad... Personal: Full name is Natalie Jean Gaudreau... Born April 10, 1989 in Gaithersburg, Md... Daughter of Guy Gaudreau and Sally and Dan Yoder... Sister - Danika Yoder; Brothers - Zachary Gaudreau and Lincoln Yoder... Majoring in Elementary Educa�on... Plans to return to Sarasota County and become a teacher and a coach following gradua�on... Favorite book: “Twilight” series, “Harry Po�er” series; Favorite midnight snack: Anything chocolate; Favorite musical ar�sts; Alanis Morisse�e, Meiko, Dido; Favorite song: “All I Really Want” by Alanis Morisse�e; Natalie can’t go a week without: Frito; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning states; Advice to kids: Stay in school; Favorite color: Yellow; Favorite foods: Her mother’s baked chicken, mashed taters and cucumber tomato salad; Favorite sport other than volleyball: Basketball; Person Natalie admires most: Her li�le sister; Toughest player Natalie has ever played against: Foluke Akinradewo (MH for Team USA); What people don’t know about Natalie: She wishes she could be a rapper; When she was a kid, Natalie tried to be like: Her big brother; When people first meet Natalie, they think: “You don’t look Amish.”

NATALIE GAUDREAU’S CAREER STATISTICS Year SP-MP 2007 80-31 Totals 80-31

Saint Leo University K KPS E TA Pct A APS SA SAPS SE RE DG DPS BS BA TB BPS 55 0.69 17 125 .304 4 0.05 20 0.25 - - 31 0.39 0 2 2 0.03 55 0.69 17 125 .304 4 0.05 20 0.25 - - 31 0.39 0 2 2 0.03

2

MELANIE GIBSON LIBERO/DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST

5-3

Jr.

Signal Mountain, Tenn. • Red Bank HS Elementary Education 2010: Played in 106 sets, averaging 2.13 digs per set... Posted nine matches with double-digit digs, including a season-best 18 against Wingate (Sept. 18)... Accounted with 13 digs at Lincoln Memorial (Nov. 2)... Added a dozen digs at Wingate (Oct. 23) and against Lincoln Memorial (Nov. 13) in the SAC Tournament... Contributed three assists vs. Mars Hill (Nov. 12) in the SAC Tournament opener... Recorded three service aces in season-opener vs. West Virginia State (Sept. 2)... Finished the season with 226 digs and 18 service aces (0.17 saps)... 2009: Appeared in 25 matches, including 83 sets in her rookie collegiate campaign... Averaged 2.13 digs per set, while finishing with four service aces on the year... Recorded a season-best 34 digs at Limestone (Oct. 2)... Added 17 digs against Carson-Newman (Oct. 20) and 13 each against USC Aiken (Sept. 11), Lees-McRae (Oct. 6) and Lincoln Memorial (Oct. 27)... Tallied a pair of service aces against Lincoln Memorial (Sept. 29)... High School: Graduated from Red Bank HS in Cha�anooga, Tenn... Coached by Susan Thurman and Christel Brooks... Three-�me All-District selec�on (2006, 2007, 2008)... 2008 All-Region standout and a member of the 2009 Tennessee All-Star Team... Recorded 837 digs in her final prep campaign... Helped lead Red Bank to 2008 District and Region championships, while placing third in the State... RBHS finished as Region

runner-up in 2006 and 2007... Team finished fi�h in the State in 2006... Helped prep squad to 2008 Sunshine Tournament �tle... Two-�me recipient of the Best Server Award (2006, 2007)... Named team Best Defensive Player in 2007 and “Digger Up” Award winner in 2008... Played for the Choo Choo City Volleyball Club where she was coched by Paul Brock... Personal: Full name is Melanie Katherine Gibson... Born July 4, 1991 in Aspen, Colo... Nickname: “Mel”... Daughter of David and Peggy Gibson... Has an older sister, Lauren (25) and brother David (21)... Majoring in Elementary Educa�on... Ac�vi�es listed include: volleyball, hiking and camping... SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Plans to a�end graduate school and earn her Master’s in Special Educa�on or become an elementary school teacher; Favorite book: “Harry Po�er” series; Favorite class at Tusculum: Learning Environments K-6 with Dr. Polly Johnson; Favorite midnight snack: CheezIt Snack Mix; Favorite movies: “August Rush”, “Pirates of the Caribbean”; Favorite musical ar�st: George Strait; Favorite songs: “Knee Deep” by Zac Brown Band; Melanie can’t imagine a week without: Working out; Most thrilling moment in sports: Serving an ace against Wingate to win the set; Advice to kids: “Always give it your all, because even if you fail, you’ll know you gave everything you could”; Favorite color: Yellow; Favorite food: Mexican food; Favorite sports other than volleyball: Football, basketball; Person Melanie most admires: Her mother; Toughest player Melanie has ever played against: Stormi Gale (Wingate); What people don’t know about Melanie: She has a brother and a sister; When she was a kid, Melanie tried to be like: Mia Hamm.

MELANIE GIBSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year SP-MP 2009 77-23 2010 106-31 Totals 183-54

K KPS 3 0.04 1 0.01 4 0.02

E 2 4 6

TA Pct 8 .125 16 -.188 24 -.083

A 5 12 17

APS SA SAPS SE RE 0.06 4 0.05 11 12 0.11 18 0.17 41 9 0.09 22 0.12 52 20

DG 170 226 396

DPS BS BA TB BPS 2.21 0 0 0 0.00 2.13 0 0 0 0.00 2.16 0 0 0 0.00

10

MEGAN HASSE OUTSIDE HITTER

5-9

Fr.

Kingston Springs, Tenn. • Harpeth HS Pre-Physical Therapy High School: Graduated from Harpeth HS... Coached by Marianne Wilson... District Most Valuable Player... Earned All-District accolades twice (2009, 2010) and was a two-�me District Tournament MVP in 2009 and again in 2010... Two-�me winner of the MaxPreps/AVCA High School Player of the Week and was two-�me Region All-Tournament selec�on... Played her club volleyball for Ethos VBC where she was mentored by coach Kayla Pallin and earned a Silver Bracket Championship with Alliance Volleyball Club in the American Division of the J.O. Na�onals in 2009 and finished 26th in the Open Division of the 2010 J.O. Na�onals... Coached by Jay Golsteyn... Outstanding student where she is a member of the Na�onal Honor Society... Holds a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do... 2011 Harpeth HS Wall of Fame inductee... Personal: Full name is Megan Kay Hasse... Born Oct. 20, 1993 in Peoria, Ill... Daughter of Jim and Sue Hasse... Brother - Adam Hasse; Sister - Katelyn Hasse... Majoring in Pre-Physical Therapy... Plans to a�end graduate school; Favorite books: “Nineteen Minutes”, “The Shack”’; Favorite midnight snack: Popcorn; Favorite musical ar�sts: Michael Buble’, Lady Antebellum, Keith Urban, Zac Brown Band; Favorite song: “Colder Weather”; Megan can’t imagine a week without: Food; Most thrilling moment in sports: Ge�ng an ace to win SRVA regionals; Advice to kids: “Don’t do drugs”; Favorite color: Teal; Favorite foods: Chinese food, pizza marguerite; Favorite sport other than volleyball: Soccer; Person Megan admires most: Her mother; Toughest player Megan has ever played against: Madelyn Hudson; When she was a kid, Megan tried to be like: Shania Twain.

18

GEORGIA PATURALSKI SETTER

5-9

Fr.

Signal Mountain, Tenn. • Signal Mountain HS Undeclared High School: Graduated from Signal Mountain (Tenn.) HS... Coached by Jennifer Redman... Two-�me All-State honoree (2009, 2010)... 2010 Best of the Preps selec�on... Played for Choo Choo City Volleyball Club... Coached by Kari Krouse... Personal: Born July 14, 1993... Daughter of George and Lize�a Paturalski... Brother - William; Sister - Becca... Favorite book: “House of Night”; Georgia can’t go a week without: Music; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning the State Tournament; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite sport other than volleyball: Soccer; What people don’t know about Georgia: She loves to read.

2011 Tusculum Volleyball -- 7


MEET

7

BAILEE PRICE 5-9

OUTSIDE HITTER

Jr.

Fort Wayne, Ind. • Northrop HS Elementary Education 2010: Played in 120 sets, averaging 2.15 kills, 0.17 assists, 0.38 service aces, 3.35 digs and 0.21 blocks per set... Finished the season with 258 kills, 45 service aces (team-best) and 402 digs (2nd on team)... Accounted for 10 double-doubles... Posted 27 matches with double-figure digs, including the final 15 matches of the season... Enjoyed a season double-double with 15 kills and 22 digs in SAC Tournament semifinal against Lincoln Memorial (Nov. 13)... Also tallied six assists in the win over LMU... Made four service aces each against King (Sept. 21), Lincoln Memorial (Nov. 2) and Carson-Newman (Nov. 19) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament... Recorded 13 kills at No. 4 Indianapolis (Sept. 4)... 2009: South Atlan�c Conference All-Freshman Team... Played in all 33 matches, where she saw ac�on in 119 sets... Averaged 2.25 kills and 3.09 digs per set... Finished the year with a .176 hi�ng percentage, including .221 in SAC matches... Averaged 2.76 kills (10th in SAC) and 3.49 digs per set in league play... Recorded 36 service aces on the year, including a season-best six aces at Converse (Sept. 25)... Recorded double-digit kills in a dozen matches, including a season-high 19 against Carson-Newman (Oct. 20)... Posted a .519 hi�ng percentage (15-1-27) in a three-set win at Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 9)... Accounted for 17 matches with 10 or more digs... Recorded 25 digs each against Limestone (Oct. 2) and Lincoln Memorial (Oct. 27)... Tallied her first career double-double against Augusta State (Aug. 28) with 10 kills and 21 digs... Finished with seven double-doubles on the year... Tallied five aces against Virginia Intermont (Nov. 6)... High School: Four-year starter and three-�me team captain at Northrop HS... Coached by Joyce Moss... Played for the N3 Volleyball Club... Earned All-Summit Athle�c Conference First Team honors three �mes and was a three-�me AllArea First Team honoree... Named to the All-Northeast Indiana First Team twice, while earning Second Team All-State recogni�on in her senior campaign... Named Conference Player of the Year and was the recipient of the Glass Spike Award from the Summit Athle���c Conference in 2008... 2008 Prepsports Volleyball Player of the Year and is Northrop’s all-�me leader with 1,309 career kills... Second in school history with 186 career service aces and third with 877 career digs... Helped lead her prep team to three Sec�onal �tles, including her senior year where she posted 444 kills, 332 digs and 57 aces... Member of the Student Council and has been a member of the “Stay in Bounds Program and Teaching Academy” for three years... Personal: Full name is Bailee Lynn Price... Born Nov. 10, 1990 in Fort Wayne, Ind... Daughter of John and Julie Price... Has two brothers: Jarrod (21) and Tony (16)... Majoring in Elementary Educa�on... Plans to become a first grade teach or possibly coach... Ac�vi�es listed include: Dance, tennis, sports... Mother played volleyball at Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne... SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Favorite book: “To Kill a Mockingbird”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Health; Favorite midnight snack: Oreos and milk; Favorite movie: “Love and Basketball”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Kenny Chesney, Lil’ Wayne; Favorite song: “Trust”; Favorite sports team: Indianapolis Colts: Bailee can’t imagine a week without: Caitlyn Dean and mousse; Bailee is as good as anyone at: Dancing; Least favorite food: Liver and onions; Favorite athletes: Reggie Bush, Misty May; Most thrilling moment in sports: Beating Dwenger HS her senior year; Advice to kids: “Listen to your parents”; Favorite color: Green; Favorite foods: Pizza and hot wings; Favorite sports other than volleyball: Football, Tennis; The people Bailee admires most: Her Grandma Rozie and her mother; Toughest player Bailee has ever played against: Darcy Dorton; What people don’t know about Bailee: She has webbed toes; When she was a kid, Bailee tried to be like: Her older brother; When people first meet Bailee, they think: “Is her hair naturally curly?”

BAILEE PRICE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 2010 Totals

SP-MP K KPS E TA Pct 110-30 265 2.41 102 863 .189 120-32 258 2.15 114 1020 .141 230-62 523 2.27 216 1883 .163

A 18 20 38

APS 0.16 0.17 0.17

SA 30 45 75

SAPS 0.27 0.38 0.33

SE 31 22 53

RE 29 42 71

DG 353 402 755

DPS BS BA TB BPS 3.21 1 13 14 0.13 3.35 5 20 25 0.21 3.28 6 33 39 0.17

6

ALYSSA RATERMAN MIDDLE BLOCKER

6-1

Jr.

Urbana, Ohio. • Urbana HS Elementary Education 2011: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... 2010: Daktronics All-Southeast Region Honorable Men�on... All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... Finished with the second-highest a�ack percentage in program history (.350), ranked second in the conference (36th in NCAA II)... Played in 118 sets, averaging 2.09 kills, 0.49 digs and 0.47 blocks per set... Accounted for 247 kills, 58 digs and 56 total blocks on the season... Posted season-high 17 kills in back-to-back matches against King (Sept. 21) and Lincoln Memorial (Sept. 28)... Finished the year with eight matches with double-digit kills... Added 16 kills at Anderson (Oct. 2) and 15 each at Newberry (Oct. 1) and against Lincoln Memorial (Nov. 13) in the SAC Tournament... Posted a sizzling .692 hi�ng percentage (10-1-13) in home win over Mars Hill (Oct. 12)... Hit .643 (10-1-14) in season-opener against West Virginia State (Sept. 2) at the UIndy Invita�onal and .625 (5-0-8) in regular-season finale at Augusta State (Nov. 5)... Posted season highs with seven digs each at King and at Newberry (Oct. 1)... Recorded four blocks each against Catawba (Sept. 17), Erskine (Oct. 16), Lees-McRae (Oct. 16) and Lincoln Memorial (Nov. 13)... Named SAC Player of the Week... 2009: Played in all 33 matches, seeing ac�on in 120 sets... Averaged 1.67 kills and a team-best 0.66 blocks per set... Posted a .246 hi�ng percentage, including .262

8 - 2011 Tusculum Volleyball

THE

PIONEERS

in SAC matches, which was the seventh highest in the conference... Recorded a season-best 16 kills in road win at Catawba (Oct. 17)... Posted a .560 a�ack percentage (16-2-25) in that match... Tallied a season-high .750 hi�ng percentage (9-0-12) in home victory over Mount Olive (Aug. 29)... Recorded a season-best 11 digs in NCAA Tournament match at Wingate (Nov. 20)... Made seven blocks at Newberry (Sept. 26) and six each against Converse (Aug. 28) and Augusta State (Sept. 12)... High School: Graduated from Urbana (Ohio) HS... Coached by Chuck Pack and Pam Brenning... Earned First Team All-League honors three �mes and was a three�me All-County selec�on... Earned All-District 9 recogni�on in her junior and senior seasons and garnered All-Ohio Honorable Men�on in 2008... During her senior campaign, she led Urbana in kills, blocks and digs as her team advanced to the State Regional semifinal... Graduated in the top 10 percent of her class (140) and is a member of the Na�onal Honor Society, Student Council and the Spanish Club... Also played for Dayton Juniors Volleyball Club... Coached by Pete Wung... Le�ered in basketball and track... Personal: Full name is Alyssa Nichole Raterman... Born Sept. 22, 1990 in Springfield, Ohio... Nicknames: “Lyss”, “Lyssa”; Daughter of Charles and Laura Raterman... Younger sister, Ka�e (17)... Her father played football at Otterbein College... Majoring in Elementary Educa�on... Ac�vi�es: Swimming... SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Plans to a�end graduate school at The Ohio State University... Favorite book: “Angels and Demons”; Favorite class at Tusculum: SPED 101; Favorite midnight snack: Chips and salsa; Favorite movie: “John Q”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Chris Brown, Jus�n Bieber; Favorite song: “Next to You” by Chris Brown and Jus�n Bieber; Favorite sports teams: Ohio State Buckeyes, Cleveland Cavaliers, Florida Gators, Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Lakers; Alyssa can’t imagine a week without: Her cell phone: Alyssa is as good as anyone at: Tex�ng; Least favorite food: Seafood; Favorite athletes: LeBron James, Tim Tebow, Misty May, Terrelle Pryor; Most thrilling moment in sports: Regional semifinal during her senior year in high school; Advice to kids: “Dedica�on and commitment are everything”; Favorite colors: Blue, Purple, Pink; Favorite food: Mexican food; Favorite sports other than volleyball: Football, Basketball; People Alyssa most admires: Her parents; Toughest player Alyssa has ever played against: Macie Blinn (Illinois basketball); When she was a kid, she tried to be like: Her mother; What people don’t know about Alyssa: She’s really sassy when they get to know her.

ALYSSA RATERMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 2010 Totals

SP-MP K KPS E TA Pct 111-30 184 1.66 67 444 .264 118-32 247 2.09 54 552 .350 229-62 431 1.88 121 996 .311

A 10 5 15

APS SA SAPS SE RE DG DPS BS BA 0.09 0 0.00 3 0 27 0.24 8 67 0.04 1 0.01 4 3 58 0.49 5 51 0.07 1 0.00 7 3 85 0.37 13 118

BPS 0.68 0.47 0.57

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ASHLEY SARMIENTO SETTER

TB 75 56 131

5-11

So.

Dayton, Ohio • Centerville HS Mathematics/Mathematics Education (K-12) 2011: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... 2010: AVCA Southeast Region Freshman of the Year... South Atlan�c Conference Freshman of the Year... AVCA All-Southeast Region Team... Daktronics All-Southeast Region Team... All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... South Atlan�c Conference All-Freshman Team... Averaged 10.39 assists per set in her rookie campaign, which were tops in the league and 31st in the na�on... Led the team with 14 double-doubles and accounted for 1,256 assists, which are the fourth most in school history, while her assist average is also fourth best by a Pioneer... Named to the SAC All-Tournament Team and was twice named SAC Specialist of the Week... One of three players on the team to play in all 121 sets... Accounted for 50 or more assists on five occasions, including 52 in SAC Tournament semifinal victory over Lincoln Memorial (Nov. 13), along with 21 digs... Added 51 assists against Carson-Newman (Nov. 19) in NCAA Tournament first round... Tallied 51 assists at Lees-McRae (Oct. 16) and at King (Sept. 21)... Made 50 assists in home win over Anderson (Oct. 30)... Recorded a seasonbest nine kills and a .389 hi�ng percentgae against Nova Southeastern (Sept. 4) at the UIndy Invita�onal... Made seven kills against Anderson... Posted a .667 hi�ng percentage (4-0-6) against Brevard (Oct. 8) and Augusta State (Nov. 5)... Accounted for 20 digs in road win at Carson-Newman (Oct. 26)... Added five block assists in rematch with C-N in NCAA Tournament.... Four service aces against Carson-Newman (Sept. 14)... Recipient of the Tusculum Freshman of the Year Academic Award with a perfect 4.0 GPA... High School: Graduated from Centerville HS where she was coached by Monte Moser... Two-�me All-GWOC selec�on (2nd team in 2008 and 1st team in 2009)... Best Offensive Player of the Year... Led team to District �tle match and GWOC championship... All-GWOC Academic Team... Four-�me OHSAA Scholar-Athlete... Member of the Fellowship of Chris�an Athletes, Athletes Core Team, Spirit Club co-president, DARE Panel representa�ve, Youth Ministry Core Team, Spanish Na�onal Honors Society, Na�onal Honors Society officer and Spirit Queen candidate... Played for the Team Z Air City Chicks Volleyball Club team... Coached by Rich Zeciski and Tarynn Minegar... Personal: Full name is Ashley Nicole Sarmiento... Born Jan. 18, 1992 in Torrance, Calif... Daughter of


MEET

THE

PIONEERS

George and Teresa Sarmiento... Brother - George, Jr., who was on the track and field team at Ohio University (2005-07) and was also on the Bobcats cheerleading squad (2007-09); Sister - Michelle, who played soccer at Wright State (2002-06)... Majoring in Mathema�cs/Mathema�cs Educa�on (7-12)... SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Beginning her first term as President of the Pioneer Student Athlete Advisory Council... Community service includes TC Mentor for Kids... Plans to become a high school math teacher and volleyball coach... Favorite class at Tusculum: Calculus; Favorite book: “The Shack”; Favorite midnight snack: Ice cream; Favorite musical ar�st: Carrie Underwood; Favorite song: “Just the Way You Are”; Ashley can’t go a week without: Volleyball; Most thrilling moment in sports: Playing volleyball with five girls as her teammate, who is ba�ling cancer, serves for the first �me in a year; Advice to kids: “Play hard, play smart, have fun”; Favorite colors: Green and blue; Favorite food: Ice cream; Favorite sports other than volleyball: Soccer, basketball; Person Ashley admires most: Her mother; Toughest opponent Ashley has ever played against: Rachel Adams (Texas volleyball); What people don’t know about Ashley: She can juggle; When she was a kid, Ashley tried to be like: Her sister; What people think when they meet Ashley: She is always happy.

ASHLEY SARMIENTO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year SP-MP 2010 121-32 Totals 121-32

K KPS E TA Pct A APS SA SAPS SE RE DG DPS BS BA TB BPS 95 0.79 33 319 .194 1256 10.38 27 0.22 17 1 315 2.60 4 26 30 0.25 95 0.79 33 319 .194 1256 10.38 27 0.22 17 1 315 2.60 4 26 30 0.25

5

SAM UNDERWOOD OUTSIDE HITTER/MIDDLE BLOCKER

6-1

Jr.

Muncie, Ind. • Cowan HS Business 2011: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... 2010: All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... Accounted for 11 double-doubles, while averaging 2.6 kills and 2.83 digs per set... Tallied a .222 hi�ng percentage... One of three players to play in all 121 sets... Finished with 314 kills, 342 digs and 35 blocks... Posted with a season-best .478 hi�ng percentage (14-3-23) against Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 9)... Posted a season-best 16 kills at Lincoln Memorial (Nov. 2)... Tallied 14 kills each against Carson-Newman (Sept. 14), Anderson (Oct. 2) and Lenoir-Rhyne... Made a season-high 24 digs and five assists against Lincoln Memorial (Sept. 28)... Posted a season-best six service aces in season-opener over West Virginia State (Sept. 2) at the UIndy Invita�onal... Tallied 16 matches with double-figure kills and 18 with double-digit digs... Recorded a .407 hi�ng percentage (11-0-27) at Mars Hill (Sept. 7)... 2009: South Atlan�c Conference All-Freshman Team... Posted a .264 hi�ng percentage, which was eighth in the SAC... Averaged 2.12 kills, 2.47 digs and 0.50 blocks per set... Her 227 total kills were fourth on the team, while her 53 total blocks were third on the roster... Posted a .254 a�ack percentage in SAC matches, which was ninth in the league... Recorded a season-best 16 kills and four assists in home win over Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 23)... Accounted for a seasonhigh 17 digs at Newberry (Sept. 26) and four blocks each against Augusta State (Aug. 28) and Mount Olive (Sept. 5)... Tallied six doubledoubles on the year, including three in a row against Newberry (12k-17d), Lincoln Memorial (15d, 14d) and Limestone (Oct. 2 - 12k, 13d)... Accounted for double-digit kills nine �mes, including a stretch of five in a row from Sept. 22-Oct. 2... Posted a sizzling .750 hi�ng percentage (6-0-8) in her collegiate debut against Converse (Aug. 28)... Recorded a .727 a�ack percentage (8-0-11) at Brevard (Oct. 10)... High School: Graduated from Cowan HS in Muncie, Ind... Coached by Mary Goth... Three-�me All-State selec�on... First Team All-State choice in her final two prep campaigns, while garnering All-Conference and All-County recogni�on four �mes... All-Area pick in 2007 and was the MVP of the Blackhawk Invita�onal in her senior season... Played her club volleyball for Munciana... Coached by Wes Lyon Twice named to the Na�onal Honor Society... Member of the Fellowship of Chris�an Athletes... Personal: Full name is Samantha Renee Underwood... Born Sept. 5, 1990 in Anderson, Ind... Nickname: “Sam”... Daughter of Sco� and Tammy Underwood... Siblings - Alix (16), Simon (9)... Her father played basketball at Anderson (Ind.) University... Majoring in Business with a minor in Interna�onal Business... SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Dean’s List... President’s List... Community service includes the Greeneville Humane Society and volunteer with the Tusculum Theatre... Plans to a�end graduate school... Favorite books: “Roots”, “Harry Po�er” series; Favorite class at Tusculum: Hebrew and Chris�an Tradi�ons with Dr. Jeff Lokey; Favorite midnight snack: Big bowl of cereal; Favorite movie: “Forrest Gump”; Favorite musical ar�st: The Weepies; Favorite song: “Fast Car” by Tracy Chapman; Favorite sports team: Indianapolis Colts; Sam can’t imagine a week without: Scuffy-her elephant pillow; Sam is as good as anyone at: Card games; Favorite athlete: Keri Walsh; Most thrilling moment in sports: Bea�ng Delta HS during her junior year; Advice to kids: “Use your imagina�on, you’re never too old”; Favorite color: Green; Favorite food: Italian food; Favorite sports other than volleyball: Tennis, badminton; Person Sam most admires: Harvey Underwood; Toughest player Sam has ever played against: Darcy Dorton; What people don’t know about Sam: She’s terrified of killer whales; When Sam was a kid, she tried to be like: “My Li�le Pony”.

SAM UNDERWOOD’S CAREER STATISTICS Year SP-MP K KPS E TA Pct 2009 98-27 215 2.19 61 571 .270 2010 121-32 314 2.60 101 958 .222 Totals 219-59 529 2.42 162 1529 .240

A 21 63 84

APS 0.21 0.52 0.38

SA 27 34 61

SAPS 0.28 0.28 0.28

SE 27 20 47

RE 30 33 63

DG 246 342 588

DPS BS BA TB BPS 2.51 13 36 49 0.50 2.83 2 33 35 0.29 2.68 15 69 84 0.38

4

KASSIE VOELKER MIDDLE BLOCKER

6-0

So.

Morristown, Tenn. • West HS Visual Arts Education (K-12) 2010: Played in 18 matches, picking up significant playing �me in the second half of the season... Averaged 0.87 kills and 0.33 digs per set... Posted a season-best 10 kills and hit .333 (102-24) in home win over Newberry (Oct. 29)... Against Limestone (Oct. 5), recorded five assists in six a�acks with no errors for a .833 hi�ng percentage... Tallied two assists each against Carson-Newman (Oct. 26), Newberry and Lincoln Memorial (Nov. 2)... Posted a season-high five digs against King (Oct. 15) and three blocks at Carson-Newman... High School: Graduated from Morristown West HS in Morristown, Tenn... Coached by Heather Sents... Le�ered all four years, where she earned 2009 IMAC Player of the Year honors... District Tournament MVP and was the recipient of the Senior Academic Award... Earned All-IMAC honors with the Trojans... Played for the K2 Volleyball Club where she was coached by Lacie Smith... Personal: Full name is Kassandra Marie Voelker... Born Aug. 5, 1992 in Virginia Beach, Va... Daughter of Mar�n Voelker and Andrea Ferrante... Brothers - Levi Clark, Shane Voelker (Shane played soccer at Tusculum from 2006-09)... Majoring in Visual Arts Educa�on (K-12)... English minor... Plans to become a high school art teacher and coach volleyball... SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Favorite books: The Bible, “The Giving Tree”; Favorite class at Tusculum: English 111; Favorite midnight snack: Cereal; Favorite musical ar�sts: “Switchfoot”, Tenth Avenue North”, Jack Johnson”; Favorite song: “Your Love is a Song”; Kassie can’t imagine a week without: Talking to her father; Most thrilling moment in sports: At a prac�ce when she worked her hardest without ever giving up; Advice to kids: “Always give your best effort and live your life with no regrets”; Favorite color: Red; Favorite foods: Chicken alfredo, tacos; Favorite sport other than volleyball: Soccer; People Kassie admires most: Jesus and her father; What people don’t know about Kassie: She wishes she could dance; When she was a kid, she tried to be like: Her big brothers.

KASSIE VOELKER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year SP-MP 2010 39-18 Totals 39-18

K KPS E TA Pct 34 0.87 18 113 .142 34 0.87 18 113 .142

A APS SA SAPS SE RE DG DPS BS BA TB BPS 7 0.18 0 0.00 0 1 13 0.33 0 11 11 0.28 7 0.18 0 0.00 0 1 13 0.33 0 11 11 0.28

PIONEER ARENA On January 16, 1998, Pioneer Arena at the Niswonger Student Commons opened its doors and has served as the home of Tusculum College volleyball and basketball for the past 13 years. The $10 million, 2,000-seat Pioneer Arena is part of the Sco� M. Niswonger Student Commons, which also houses the Alumni Weight Room. The facility encompasses an athle�c training and treatment center, swimming pool, team locker rooms, as well as a complete renova�on of Pioneer Gymnasium, which served as the home of Tusculum volleyball from 1982-97. Pioneer Arena’s playing surface experienced a makeover in 2007 and is spacious enough for two volleyball and basketball courts. Pioneer Arena has hosted several events, including the Food Lion South Atlan�c Conference Volleyball Tournament four �mes (2000, 2001, 2002, 2009). The facility has hosted numerous quarterfinal round games of the South Atlan�c Conference Basketball Tournament as well as the Tennessee High School basketball postseason tournaments, concerts and other community func�ons. The College’s commencement ceremonies are also held in Pioneer Arena each December and May. The 1,000-square foot Alumni Weight Room features free weights and nau�lus equipment, as well as treadmills, exercise bikes and condi�oning equipment. The installa�on of flat-screen, HD televisions were installed in 2008.

2011 Tusculum Volleyball -- 9


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1982 (6-19) Results not available

1983 (23-17) Head Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results not available

1984 (21-11) Head Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results not available

1985 (23-14) Date ---------

Head Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results not complete Opponent W/L Result vs Trevecca+ W 2-0 vs King+ L 0-2 vs Milligan+ W 2-1 vs Chris�an Brothers+ L 0-2

Date 9/10 9/10 9/18 9/19 9/19 9/24 9/26 9/26 9/27 9/30 10/1 10/3 10/4 10/7 10/9 10/10 10/23 10/23 10/24 10/25 10/28 10/28 10/28 10/30 11/4 11/5 11/5 11/7 11/8 11/8 11/14

NAIA District 24 Champions TVAC Champions Head Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results not complete Opponent W/L Result Maryville W 2-0 Milligan W 2-0 Bryan W 3-0 Elon T 2-2 Mars Hill W 2-1 King W 5-0 Tennessee Temple W 2-0 Sewanee W 2-0 King T 1-1 Milligan L 2-3 Maryville W 4-0 ETSU L 0-3 Bluefield W 3-0 Emory & Henry L 2-3 Carson-Newman W 3-2 Montreat-Anderson W 2-0 Montreat-Anderson W 2-0 Belmont Abbey W 2-0 Concord W 4-1 Ferrum W 2-1 Bluefield W 2-1 Bryan W 2-0 Maryville W 2-0 Carson-Newman W 3-1 King W 3-2 Mars Hill L 0-2 ETSU L 0-1 King W 2-0 Chris�an Brothers W 1-0 King L 1-3 at Montevallo@ L 0-3

+ NAIA District Tourn., Site-?

1986 (26-9)

@ NAIA District Tourn., Montevallo, Ala.

1987 (38-9) TVAC Champions Head Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results not available

1988 (47-2) TVAC Champions Head Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results not available

1989 (50-5) NAIA District 24 Champions TVAC Champions Head Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results not available

1990 (43-10) Head Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results not available

1991 (33-7) Head Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results not available

1992 (35-17) Head Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Results not available

1993 (31-19, 12-4) Date 9/3 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/4 9/9 9/10 9/10 9/11 9/11 9/14 9/17 9/17 9/18 9/22 9/23 9/28 10/1

Head Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Opponent W/L Result Mars Hill+ W 2-1 Montreat-Anderson+ W 2-0 Clinch Valley+ W 2-0 Clinch Valley+ W 2-0 Mars Hill+ W 2-0 at Clinch Valley* W 3-0 Covenant* W 3-0 Lees-McRae W 2-0 Bryan* W 3-0 Lee* L 1-3 at Lees-McRae W 3-0 vs Union (KY)% W 2-0 at Milligan% L 1-2 vs. Cent. Wesleyan% W 2-1 Montreat-Anderson* W 3-0 King* L 1-3 at Milligan* W 3-2 vs King^ L 1-3

10/1 10/2 10/2 10/7 10/7 10/8 10/9 10/9 10/12 10/15 10/18 10/19 10/20 10/22 10/22 10/23 10/23 10/23 10/26 10/29 10/29 10/30 10/30 10/30 11/4 11/6 11/12 11/12

at Ala. Huntsville^ vs Trevecca Nazerene^ vs Cumberland (TN)^ Lincoln Memorial Bluefield* at Covenant* at Bryan* at Lee* at Montreat-Anderson* at Carson-Newman at Lincoln Memorial Clinch Valley* at King* vs Montreat-Anderson$ vs Concord$ vs Converse$ vs Carson-Newman$ vs Armstrong State$ Limestone vs USC Aiken& vs Jacksonville St.& at West Georgia& vs North Alabama& vs. Mississippi College& Milligan* at Bluefield* vs Freed-Hardeman! at Covenant!

L L L W W W W L W L W W L W W L W W W L L W L L W W L L

+ Tusculum Tourn., Greeneville, Tenn. % Milligan Tourn., Milligan College, Tenn. ^ UAH Tournament, Huntsville, Ala. $ Milligan Tourn., Milligan College, Tenn. & West Georgia Inv., Carrollton, Ga. ! NAIA Dist. 24 Tour., Lookout Mtn., Tenn.

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

1994 (34-9, 14-2) Date 9/1 9/2 9/3 9/3 9/3 9/9 9/10 9/10 9/13 9/16 9/16 9/17 9/17 9/20 9/22 9/26 9/28 9/30 10/1 10/1 10/5 10/6 10/11 10/13 10/18 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/22 10/22 10/22 10/22 10/25 10/28 10/28 10/29 10/29 11/1 11/5 11/11 11/11 11/11 11/12

TVAC Champions Head Coach: J.C. “Red” Edmonds Opponent W/L Result Carson-Newman W 3-0 Mars Hill W 3-0 Montreat-Anderson W 3-0 Clinch Valley W 3-0 Mars Hill W 3-2 at Covenant* W 3-1 at Bryan* W 3-0 at Lee* L 1-3 at King* W 3-2 at Milligan W 2-0 vs Rio Grande L 0-2 vs Georgetown (KY) L 0-2 vs Fairmont State W 2-0 at Montreat-Anderson* W 3-0 Clinch Valley* W 3-0 Milligan* W 3-0 Lincoln Memorial W 3-0 Covenant* W 3-1 Bryan* W 3-0 Lee* W 3-0 at Bluefield* W 3-0 King* L 1-3 Montreat-Anderson* W 3-0 at Clinch Valley* W 3-0 at Limestone W 3-0 at Lincoln Memorial W 3-1 vs Belmont L 1-2 vs Cumberland (KY) W 2-0 vs Clinch Valley W 2-0 vs Freed-Hardeman W 2-0 at Milligan W 2-0 vs Palm Beach Atl. L 1-2 at Carson-Newman W 3-0 vs Augusta W 3-1 vs Flagler W 3-0 vs Jacksonville State L 0-3 at West Georgia W 3-1 Bluefield* W 3-0 at Milligan* W 3-1 vs Bluefield W 2-0 vs King W 2-1 at Lee L 0-2 vs King L 0-2

Date 9/1 9/1 9/1 9/2 9/2 9/5 9/7 9/8 9/9 9/12 9/14 9/16 9/16 9/19 9/21 9/27 9/29 9/30 9/30 10/3 10/7 10/7 10/7 10/7 10/7 10/11 10/12 10/17 10/17 10/20 10/20

Head Coach: Toby Brooks Opponent W/L Result Clinch Valley% W 3-0 Union (KY)% W 3-0 Montreat% W 3-0 Lincoln Memorial% W 3-0 Mars Hill% W 3-0 Lee* L 1-3 at Carson-Newman W 3-1 Covenant* W 3-0 Bryan* W 3-0 at Bluefield* W 3-0 at Lincoln Memorial W 3-2 at Belmont L 1-3 vs Cumberland (TN)^ W 3-1 at King* W 3-1 Montreat* W 3-0 at Clinch Valley* W 3-0 at Covenant* W 3-0 at Bryan* W 3-0 at Lee* L 1-3 at Milligan* W 3-1 vs Belmont& W 2-0 vs Mt. Vernon Nazarene& L 0-2 vs Belmont& W 2-0 at Georgetown (KY)& L 1-2 vs Mt. Vernon Nazarene& L 0-2 at Montreat* W 3-0 Bluefield* W 3-0 Clinch Valley* W 3-0 Lincoln Memorial W 3-1 vs Cumberland (KY)! W 2-0 vs Clinch Valley! W 2-0

1995 (43-9)

10 - 2011 Tusculum Volleyball

10/21 10/21 10/21 10/21 10/25 10/27 10/27 10/28 10/28 10/28 10/31 11/1 11/2 11/4 11/10 11/10 11/10 11/11 11/11 11/17 11/18

vs St. Andrews! vs Emory & Henry! vs Freed-Hardeman! at Milligan! Carson-Newman vs West Alabama# vs North Alabama# at West Georgia# at West Georgia# vs Palm Beach Atlan�c# Lees-McRae King* Milligan* Belmont vs Montreat+ vs Milligan+ at Lee+ vs Milligan+ at Lee+ vs Midway (KY)@ vs Lee@

W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W L W L W L

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

Date 8/31 8/31 9/4 9/6 9/7 9/7 9/7 9/7 9/10 9/13 9/13 9/14 9/14 9/14 9/14 9/16 9/18 9/24 10/1 10/4 10/4 10/4 10/5 10/9 10/11 10/11 10/12 10/12 10/12 10/12 10/14 10/18 10/19 10/21 10/25 10/25 10/26 10/26 10/30 11/2 11/6 11/15 11/15 11/15 11/16 11/16

Head Coach: April Carpenter Opponent W/L Result at Lee+ L 0-3 vs Hun�ngdon+ W 3-1 Mars Hill W 3-2 Montreat^ W 3-2 Clinch Valley^ W 3-0 Lincoln Memorial^ W 3-1 Clinch Valley^ W 3-0 Lincoln Memorial^ W 3-0 at Carson-Newman W 3-1 vs Mars Hill% W 2-0 vs Union (KY)% W 2-1 vs Lee% L 0-3 vs Anderson% W 3-0 vs Mars Hill% W 3-0 at Milligan% L 0-3 at Milligan L 2-3 at Lincoln Memorial W 3-2 Lincoln Memorial W 3-0 Carson-Newman W 3-0 vs Montevallo& L 0-3 vs So. Wesleyan& W 3-2 vs Harding& L 2-3 vs Taylor& L 0-3 Milligan L 0-3 at Montreat W 3-0 vs Clinch Valley W 3-0 vs North Greenville W 3-1 at Montreat W 3-0 vs Lenoir-Rhyne W 3-1 vs Mars Hill W 3-1 at King W 3-2 vs Point Loma! L 0-3 at UC San Diego! L 0-3 vs Chris�an Heritage! L 1-3 at West Georgia@ W 3-1 vs Carson-Newman@ W 3-1 vs West Alabama@ L 0-3 vs Ala.-Huntsville@ L 1-3 King W 3-0 at Mars Hill L 2-3 at Montreat W 3-0 vs Belmont# W 2-1 at Chris�an Brothers# L 1-3 vs Belmont# W 3-1 at Chris�an Brothers# W 3-1 at Chris�an Brothers# L 2-3

% Tusculum Tournament, Greeneville, Tenn. ^ Nashville, Tenn. & Georgetown Tournament, Georgetown, Ky. ! Milligan Tournament, Milligan College, Tenn. # West Georgia Tournament, Carrollton, Ga. + TVAC Tournament, Cleveland, Tenn. @ NAIA Mid-South Tournament, Nashville, Tenn.

1996 (30-16)

% Cleveland, Tenn. ^ Tusculum Tournament , Greeneville, Tenn. % Milligan Tourn., Milligan College, Tenn. & LaGrange, Tenn. ! UC San Diego Tournament, San Diego, Calif. @ Carrollton, Ga. # Memphis, Tenn.

1997 (9-25) Date 9/2 9/5 9/6 9/6 9/6 9/9 9/12 9/12 9/13 9/13 9/24 9/27 9/27 9/30 10/1 10/3 10/7 10/11 10/11 10/14 10/15 10/16 10/21 10/28 10/28 10/29 10/31 11/1

Head Coach: Beth Birky Opponent W/L Result Carson-Newman W 3-0 Montreat+ W 3-2 Mars Hill+ L 0-3 Lincoln Memorial+ L 1-3 Lincoln Memorial+ L 1-3 Milligan L 2-3 at Milligan% L 2-3 vs Brescia% W 3-2 vs King% L 0-3 at Milligan% L 0-3 Lincoln Memorial L 0-3 vs Catawba& L 0-3 at Wingate& W 3-2 at Clinch Valley L 2-3 Montreat W 3-0 West Georgia L 2-3 at Lees-McRae L 0-3 at King L 0-3 vs Loyola L 0-3 Clinch Valley W 3-0 at Milligan L 0-3 at Lee L 0-3 at Carson-Newman L 1-3 Emory & Henry L 2-3 Maryville L 2-3 at Lincoln Memorial L 0-3 at USC Aiken! L 0-3 vs Bluefield! L 0-3

11/1 11/1 11/4 11/7 11/10 11/11

vs Newberry! vs Lenoir-Rhyne! at Lenoir-Rhyne King at Mars Hill at Montreat

W W L L L W

+ Tusculum Invita�onal, Greeneville, Tenn. % Milligan Tournament, Milligan College, Tenn. & Wingate Tournament, Wingate, N.C. ! USC Aiken Tournament, Aiken, S.C.

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

1998 (17-19) Date 9/4 9/4 9/5 9/5 9/5 9/7 9/9 9/11 9/11 9/11 9/12 9/12 9/15 9/18 9/19 9/19 9/25 9/29 10/7 10/9 10/9 10/10 10/10 10/14 10/19 10/20 10/23 10/24 10/24 10/24 10/27 10/29 11/5 11/6 11/10 11/11

Head Coach: Beth Birky Opponent W/L Result Shaw% W 3-0 Lincoln Memorial% L 0-3 Lincoln Memorial% L 0-3 Gardner-Webb% L 1-3 Converse% W 3-0 Carson-Newman W 3-2 at Lenoir-Rhyne W 3-1 vs Kentucky St.+ W 3-1 vs Bethel+ W 3-0 vs Cumberland (TN)+ W 3-1 vs Pikeville+ W 3-0 at Lindsey Wilson+ W 3-1 at Milligan W 3-2 vs Slippery Rock$ L 0-3 at West Virginia Wesleyan$ L 2-3 vs C.W. Post$ W 3-2 Wingate W 3-0 at Southern Wesleyan W 3-2 at Gardner-Webb L 1-3 vs Spring Arbor& L 0-3 vs Mt. Vernon Nazarene& L 0-3 vs. Madonna.& L 0-3 vs. Marian& L 0-3 Milligan W 3-0 at Carson-Newman L 2-3 Southern Wesleyan W 3-0 vs West Alabama# W 3-1 vs Montevallo# L 0-3 vs Valdosta St.# L 0-3 at West Georgia# L 0-3 at Lincoln Memorial L 0-3 at Lee L 1-3 at Mars Hill L 0-3 at Wingate L 0-3 Lenoir-Rhyne W 3-0 Gardner-Webb L 1-3

% Tusculum Invita�onal, Greeneville, Tenn. + Lindsey Wilson Tournament, Columbia, Ky. $ WV Wesleyan Tournament, Buckhannon, W.Va. & Michigan-Dearborn Tournament, Dearborn, Mich. # West Georgia Tournament, Carrollton, Ga.

1999 (14-23) Date 8/30 9/1 9/3 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/4 9/4 9/7 9/10 9/15 9/18 9/19 9/20 9/22 9/29 10/1 10/5 10/7 10/9 10/10 10/12 10/15 10/16 10/16 10/18 10/22 10/23 10/27 10/29 10/29 10/29 10/30 11/2 11/4 11/12 11/12

Head Coach: Beth Birky Opponent W/L Result King L 1-3 Carson-Newman* L 0-3 Converse% W 3-1 Hun�ngdon% W 3-1 Virginia-Wise% W 3-0 Lincoln Memorial% L 1-3 Hun�ngdon% W 3-1 Lincoln Memorial% L 0-3 Lenoir-Rhyne* W 3-2 at Presbyterian* L 2-3 at Lincoln Memorial L 1-3 Catawba* L 2-3 Wingate* W 3-2 Newberry* W 3-0 at Milligan L 2-3 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 1-3 at Union (KY) W 3-1 Presbyterian* L 1-3 Gardner-Webb* L 0-3 at Lee L 0-3 at Carson-Newman* W 3-0 at Mars Hill* L 2-3 v. Montevallo+ L 1-3 v. Francis Marion+ L 0-3 at Augusta State+ L 0-3 at Newberry* W 3-1 at Wingate* L 2-3 at Catawba* L 0-3 Virginia-Wise W 3-0 v. Catawba& W 3-2 v. UNC Pembroke& W 3-1 v. Queens& L 1-3 at Gardner-Webb& L 0-3 at Gardner-Webb* L 0-3 Mars Hill* L 0-3 v. Newberry@ W 3-0 v. Gardner-Webb@ L 0-3

% Tusculum Tournament, Greeneville, Tenn. + ASU Fall Fes�val, Augusta, Ga. & GWU Invita�onal, Boiling Springs, N.C. @ SAC Tournament, Salisbury, N.C.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2000 (24-13, 7-7) Date 8/25 8/25 8/26 8/26 8/29 9/1 9/1 9/2 9/2 9/2 9/6 9/9 9/11 9/14 9/15 9/19 9/21 9/26 9/28 10/3 10/6 10/6 10/7 10/7 10/7 10/7 10/10 10/13 10/14 10/17 10/19 10/21 10/22 10/28 10/28 10/31 11/1

Head Coach: Beth Birky Opponent W/L Result v. Faye�eville St.+ W 3-0 v. Francis Marion+ L 0-3 v. Gardner-Webb+ L 1-3 at Augusta State+ W 3-2 Carson-Newman* W 3-0 Lander% W 3-1 Converse% W 3-2 Montreat% W 3-0 Milligan% W 3-0 Charleston (WV)% L 0-3 at Lincoln Memorial L 0-3 Newberry* L 1-3 Virginia-Wise W 3-0 at Catawba* L 1-3 at Wingate* W 3-0 at Lenoir-Rhyne* W 3-2 Mars Hill* W 3-0 at Carson-Newman* L 0-3 Presbyterian* L 1-3 at King L 1-3 v. West Va. State& W 3-0 v. West Va. Tech& W 3-0 v. Rio Grande& W 3-0 v. Glenville State& W 3-0 v. Shawnee State& W 3-1 v. Glenville State& W 3-0 Catawba* L 2-3 at Presbyterian* L 1-3 at Newberry* W 3-0 at Mars Hill* W 3-0 Lenoir-Rhyne* W 3-1 Milligan W 3-0 Wingate* L 2-3 Lenoir-Rhyne@ W 3-0 Presbyterian@ L 0-3 Emory & Henry W 3-0 at Converse W 3-0

+ Holiday INNvita�onal, Augusta, Ga. % Tusculum Tourn., Greeneville, Tenn. & Concord Tournament, Athens, W.Va. @ SAC Tournament, Greeneville, Tenn.

2001 (21-15, 8-6) Date 8/24 8/25 8/25 8/31 8/31 9/1 9/1 9/1 9/5 9/7 9/7 9/8 9/8 9/12 9/14 9/15 9/18 9/25 9/28 9/29 10/2 10/9 10/12 10/13 10/13 10/16 10/19 10/20 10/20 10/20 10/23 10/30 11/1 11/3 11/3 11/6

Head Coach: Beth Birky Opponent W/L Result vs USC Aiken+ L 1-3 at USC Spartanburg+ L 1-3 vs Eckerd+ L 1-3 Concord% W 3-0 Milligan% W 3-1 North Greenville% W 3-0 Carson-Newman% W 3-0 King% W 3-1 Lincoln Memorial L 1-3 vs USC Spartanburg& L 0-3 vs UNC Pembroke& W 3-2 vs Augusta State& W 3-1 vs Lander& W 3-2 King W 3-1 at Catawba W 3-2 at Wingate L 0-3 Lenoir-Rhyne W 3-2 Mars Hill W 3-0 at Presbyterian L 2-3 at Newberry W 3-1 Carson-Newman L 2-3 at Carson-Newman L 0-3 Wingate L 2-3 Catawba W 3-0 Union (KY) W 3-0 at Lenoir-Rhyne W 3-0 vs Pfeiffer! W 3-0 vs N.C. Central! W 3-0 vs Wingate! L 1-3 vs Armstrong Atl.! L 0-3 at Mars Hill W 3-0 Presbyterian L 0-3 Newberry W 3-0 Lenoir-Rhyne@ W 3-2 Presbyterian@ L 0-3 at Milligan L 1-3

+ USCS Tournament, Spartanburg, S.C. % GMI Tournament, Greeneville, Tenn. & SAC/PBC Challenge, Aiken, S.C. ! Adidas Invita�onal, Salisbury, N.C. @ SAC Tournament, Greeneville, Tenn.

2002 (8-26, 2-12) Date 8/30 9/3 9/6 9/6 9/7 9/7 9/13 9/13 9/14 9/14 9/17 9/18 9/20 9/21 9/24 10/1 10/4 10/5 10/8 10/10 10/15 10/16

Head Coach: Beth Birky Opponent W/L Result at Lander W 3-2 Pikeville L 1-3 King+ W 3-1 Concord+ L 2-3 Lee+ L 0-3 Milligan+ L 0-3 at Armstrong Atlan�c% L 0-3 vs Rollins% L 0-3 vs USC Spartanburg% L 0-3 vs. Francis Marion% L 1-3 Carson-Newman L 0-3 Lincoln Memorial L 0-3 Catawba L 0-3 Wingate L 0-3 at Lenoir-Rhyne L 1-3 at Mars Hill L 0-3 Presbyterian L 0-3 Newberry W 3-2 at Carson-Newman L 0-3 at Lincoln Memorial L 0-3 Mountain State W 3-0 Milligan W 3-2

10/18 10/19 10/19 10/22 10/25 10/26 10/26 10/29 11/1 11/2 11/5 11/9

at Wingate at Pfeiffer at Catawba Lenoir-Rhyne vs Converse& vs Queens& at Lenoir-Rhyne& Mars Hill at Newberry at Presbyterian at King Catawba@

L W L W L W L L L L L L

+ Comfort Inn Tourn, Greeneville, Tenn. % AASU Classic, Savannah, Ga. & Lenoir-Rhyne Tourn., Hickory, N.C. @ SAC Tournament, Greeneville, Tenn.

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

2003 (6-24, 0-14) Date 8/29 8/29 8/30 8/30 9/2 9/5 9/5 9/6 9/6 9/11 9/16 9/18 9/19 9/23 9/26 9/27 10/1 10/3 10/4 10/7 10/10 10/14 10/24 10/25 10/29 10/31 11/1 11/4 11/6 11/15

Head Coach: Missy Gragg-Sturgill Opponent W/L Result vs Edinboro# L 0-3 vs Central Arkansas# L 1-3 vs Southern Indiana# L 1-3 vs Lincoln Memorial# L 1-3 North Greenville W 3-0 Virginia-Wise% W 3-0 Kentucky State% W 3-2 Virginia Intermont% W 3-0 Concord% W 3-1 West Georgia L 0-3 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 1-3 Lander L 0-3 at North Greenville W 3-0 at Mars Hill* L 2-3 Presbyterian* L 0-3 Newberry* L 0-3 at Lincoln Memorial L 0-3 Wingate* L 1-3 Catawba* L 0-3 Lenoir-Rhyne* L 0-3 Mars Hill* L 0-3 Carson-Newman* L 0-3 at Presbyterian* L 0-3 at Newberry* L 0-3 Lincoln Memorial L 2-3 at Wingate* L 0-3 at Catawba* L 0-3 at Carson-Newman* L 0-3 Pikeville L 1-3 vs. Presbyterian@ L 0-3

# Radisson Invita�onal, Huntsville, Ala. % Tusculum Tournament, Greeneville, Tenn. @ SAC Tournament, Clinton, S.C.

2004 (10-20, 0-14) Date 9/2 9/3 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/7 9/9 9/14 9/17 9/18 9/21 9/24 9/25 9/27 10/1 10/2 10/5 10/8 10/9 10/12 10/14 10/19 10/22 10/27 10/29 10/30 11/2 11/4 11/8 11/10

Head Coach: Missy Gragg-Sturgill Opponent W/L Result at Lander L 1-3 Montreat+ W 3-1 Anderson+ L 1-3 North Greenville+ W 3-0 Converse+ L 2-3 at Emory & Henry W 3-2 at Tennessee Temple W 3-0 at Lincoln Memorial L 0-3 at Catawba* L 0-3 at Wingate* L 1-3 Belmont Abbey W 3-1 Mars Hill* L 1-3 Lenoir-Rhyne* L 1-3 at Montreat W 3-2 at Newberry* L 1-3 at Presbyterian* L 0-3 Tennessee Temple W 3-0 Catawba* L 1-3 Wingate* L 0-3 at Carson-Newman* L 1-3 at Converse W 3-2 at Mars Hill* L 0-3 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 0-3 at North Greenville W 3-1 Newberry* L 1-3 Presbyterian* L 0-3 Carson-Newman* L 0-3 Milligan W 3-0 at Belmont Abbey L 0-3 0-3 at Presbyterian# L

+ Tusculum Tournament, Greeneville, Tenn. # SAC Tournament, Clinton, S.C.

2005 (9-22, 2-12) Date 8/30 9/2 9/2 9/2 9/3 9/6 9/8 9/10 9/13 9/16 9/17 9/21 9/23 9/24 9/27 9/30 10/7 10/8 10/11 10/13 10/15 10/15 10/19

Head Coach: Missy Gragg-Sturgill Opponent W/L Result at Belmont Abbey L 0-3 Montevallo+ L 2-3 Montreat+ W 3-2 Anderson+ W 3-1 Montevallo+ L 0-3 Carson-Newman* L 1-3 Lander L 0-3 at Tenn. Temple W 3-0 Lees-McRae L 1-3 Presbyterian* L 0-3 Newberry* L 0-3 at Lincoln Memorial L 0-3 Wingate* L 2-3 Catawba* W 3-1 at Mars Hill* L 0-3 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 0-3 at Presbyterian* L 0-3 at Newberry* L 0-3 at Carson-Newman* L 1-3 North Greenville W 3-0 vs Converse% L 0-3 at Limestone L 0-3 Lincoln Memorial L 0-3

10/21 10/22 10/25 10/29 11/1 11/2 11/4 11/12

at Wingate* at Catawba* Mars Hill* Lenoir-Rhyne* Emory & Henry at North Greenville Belmont Abbey vs Presbyterian@

L L W L W W W L

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

+ Tusculum Tournament, Greeneville, Tenn. % Gaffney, S.C. @ SAC Tournament, Hickory, N.C.

2006 (23-10, 9-5) Date 8/29 9/1 9/1 9/2 9/2 9/5 9/6 9/8 9/8 9/9 9/9 9/12 9/15 9/16 9/16 9/19 9/22 9/23 9/26 9/29 9/30 10/3 10/5 10/6 10/10 10/20 10/21 10/24 10/27 10/28 10/30 10/31 11/3

Head Coach: Nathan Baker Opponent W/L Result at King L 0-3 Montreat+ W 3-1 Eastern Mennonite+ W 3-0 Mar�n Methodist+ W 3-2 Arkansas Tech+ L 0-3 at Carson-Newman* W 3-2 East Tennessee St. L 0-3 Faye�eville State^ W 3-0 Johnson C. Smith^ W 3-0 St. Andrews^ W 3-1 Lander^ W 3-1 Mars Hill* W 3-1 Lenoir-Rhyne* L 2-3 v. Southern Virginia& W 3-0 at Virginia Intermont W 3-2 North Greenville W 3-0 at Newberry* W 3-1 at Presbyterian* W 3-0 at Brevard W 3-0 at Catawba* L 1-3 at Wingate* L 0-3 at Mars Hill* W 3-0 Lincoln Memorial L 2-3 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 0-3 Carson-Newman* W 3-1 Newberry* W 3-0 Presbyterian* W 3-0 at Concord W 3-0 Catawba* L 0-3 Wingate* W 3-2 North Greenville W 3-0 at Lincoln Memorial W 3-2 v. Carson-Newman# L 1-3

+ Tusculum Fall Classic, Greeneville, Tenn. ^ Pioneer Classic, Greeneville, Tenn. # SAC Tournament, Wingate, N.C.

2007 (25-10, 11-3) Date 8/24 8/24 8/25 8/25 8/28 8/31 8/31 9/1 9/1 9/5 9/7 9/7 9/8 9/8 9/14 9/15 9/18 9/21 9/22 9/22 9/27 9/28 9/29 10/3 10/5 10/6 10/12 10/16 10/23 10/26 10/31 11/2 11/3 11/6 11/9

Head Coach: Nathan Baker Opponent W/L Result at #9 North Alabama+ L 0-3 v. #8 Ashland+ L 1-3 v. Northern Kentucky+ L 0-3 v. North Dakota+ W 3-2 at ETSU L 1-3 v. West Alabama% L 1-3 v. Charleston (W.Va.)% W 3-1 v. Mount Olive% W 3-2 v. North Greenville% W 3-0 at Lander% L 2-3 Virginia Intermont$ W 3-0 Barton$ W 3-0 Kentucky State$ W 3-0 West Liberty State$ W 3-0 at Wingate* L 2-3 at Catawba* W 3-2 Carson-Newman* W 3-1 v. North Greenville^ W 3-0 at Anderson^ W 3-0 v. Augusta State^ W 3-0 at Mars Hill* W 3-1 Newberry* W 3-2 Catawba* W 3-2 at Lincoln Memorial* W 3-0 Lenoir-Rhyne* W 3-0 Brevard W 3-1 Wingate* L 2-3 at Carson-Newman* W 3-1 Mars Hill* W 3-0 at Newberry* L 0-3 Lincoln Memorial* W 3-2 at Lenoir-Rhyne* W 3-1 at Brevard W 3-0 King W 3-0 at Carson-Newman@ L 0-3

* South Atlan�c Conference Match + UNA Classic, Florence, Ala. % Carson-Newman Tourn., Jefferson City, Tenn. $ Tusculum Fall Classic, Greeneville, Tenn. ^ Regional Crossover Tournament, Anderson, S.C. @ SAC Tournament, Jefferson City, Tenn.

2008 (22-11, 9-7) Date 8/29 8/29 8/30 8/30 9/2 9/5 9/6 9/6 9/12 9/12 9/13 9/13 9/20 9/21 9/23 9/26

Head Coach: Michael Robinson Opponent W/L Result vs Midwestern St.+ L 0-3 vs Pfeiffer+ L 2-3 vs Belmont Abbey+ W 3-0

vs Queens (N.C.)+ North Greenville vs Mt. Olive% vs Anderson% at Limestone% Lander Barton Anderson Augusta State Newberry* Wingate* at Carson-Newman* at Mars Hill*

W W W W W L W W W W L W W

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

10/3 at Catawba* L 0-3 10/4 at Lenoir-Rhyne* W 3-0 10/8 Brevard* W 3-1 10/15 at Lincoln Memorial* W 3-1 10/18 vs Milligan^ W 3-0 10/18 vs Meredith^ W 3-1 10/18 at Virginia Intermont W 3-0 10/21 Mars Hill* W 3-0 10/24 at Newberry* L 1-3 10/25 at Wingate* L 0-3 10/29 Lincoln Memorial* W 3-2 11/1 Carson-Newman* L 1-3 11/5 at Brevard* L 2-3 11/7 Catawba* L 1-3 11/8 Lenoir-Rhyne* W 3-0 11/10 Montreat W 3-0 11/13 vs Newberry@ L 1-3 + Catawba Invita�onal, Salisbury, N.C. % Limestone Southeast Crossover, Gaffney, S.C. ^ Bristol, Va. @ SAC Tournament, Mars Hill, N.C.

2009 (18-15, 8-8) Date 8/28 8/28 8/29 8/29 9/4 9/5 9/5 9/11 9/12 9/12 9/15 9/18 9/19 9/22 9/25 9/26 9/29 10/2 10/3 10/6 10/9 10/10 10/13 10/16 10/17 10/20 10/23 10/24 10/27 11/3 11/6 11/13 11/20

NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Michael Robinson Opponent W/L Result Converse+ W 3-0 Augusta St.+ L 2-3 Mount Olive+ W 3-0 Northern Kentucky+ W 3-1 vs West Alabama% L 0-3 vs Flagler% L 0-3 vs Mount Olive W 3-0 vs USC Aiken^ L 2-3 vs Mount Olive^ W 3-0 vs Augusta St.^ W 3-2 at Mars Hill* L 0-3 Wingate* L 0-3 Catawba* W 3-0 at Carson-Newman* L 1-3 at Converse W 3-0 at Newberry* W 3-2 Lincoln Memorial* L 1-3 at Limestone W 3-2 vs St. Andrews! W 3-0 Lees-McRae L 1-3 at Lenoir-Rhyne* W 3-0 at Brevard* W 3-0 Mars Hill* W 3-1 at Wingate* L 0-3 at Catawba* W 3-1 Carson-Newman* L 2-3 Lenoir-Rhyne* W 3-1 Newberry* L 0-3 at Lincoln Memorial* W 3-1 Brevard* L 1-3 Virginia Intermont W 3-0 Catawba# L 0-3 at #24 Wingate@ L 0-3

+ Tusculum Classic, Greeneville, Tenn. % Carolina Challenge, Banner Elk, N.C. ^ Southeast Crossover, Gaffney, S.C. ! Gaffney, S.C. # SAC Tournament, Greeneville, Tenn. @ NCAA II Southeast Regional, Wingate, N.C.

2010 (25-7, 16-2) Date 9/2 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/7 9/10 9/11 9/14 9/17 9/18 9/21 9/28 10/1 10/2 10/5 10/8 10/9 10/12 10/15 10/16 10/16 10/22 10/23 10/26 10/29 10/30 11/2 11/5 11/12 11/13 11/14 11/19

NCAA Tournament Head Coach: Michael Robinson Opponent W/L Result v. West Virginia State+ W 3-0 v. Wayne St. (Mich.)+ L 1-3 at #4 Indianapolis+ L 1-3 v. Nova Southeastern+ W 3-1 at Mars Hill* W 3-0 at Brevard* W 3-0 at Lenoir-Rhyne* W 3-0 Carson-Newman* W 3-1 Catawba* W 3-0 Wingate* L 0-3 at King W 3-2 Lincoln Memorial* W 3-1 at Newberry* W 3-1 at Anderson* W 3-2 Limestone W 3-0 Brevard* W 3-0 Lenoir-Rhyne* W 3-1 Mars Hill* W 3-0 King W 3-1 vs. Erskine^ W 3-2 at Lees-McRae L 2-3 at Catawba* W 3-0 at Wingate* L 1-3 at Carson-Newman* W 3-1 Newberry* W 3-1 Anderson* W 3-1 at Lincoln Memorial* W 3-1 at Augusta State W 3-0 v. Mars Hill@ W 3-0 v. Lincoln Memorial@ W 3-2 v. Wingate@ L 1-3 v. Carson-Newman# L 1-3

* South Atlan�c Conference Match + UIndy Invita�onal, Indianapolis, Ind. ^ Banner Elk, N.C. @ SAC Tournament, Salisbury, N.C. # NCAA II Southeast Regional, Wingate, N.C.

2011 Tusculum Volleyball -- 11


2010 STATISTICS & RESULTS RECORD: ALL MATCHES......... CONFERENCE.......... NON-CONFERENCE......

OVERALL (25-7 ) (16-2 ) ( 9-5 )

HOME (10-1 ) ( 8-1 ) ( 2-0 )

AWAY (10-3 ) ( 8-1 ) ( 2-2 )

NEUTRAL ( 5-3 ) ( 0-0 ) ( 5-3 )

|---------ATTACK----------| |--SET---| |----SERVE----| |--DIG---| |------BLOCKING-------| ## STATS SUMMARY S K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8 Rhayne Smitherman 120 341 2.84 156 926 .200 10 0.08 0 0 0.00 1 57 0.47 4 38 42 0.35 8 3 5 Sam Underwood 121 314 2.60 101 958 .222 63 0.52 34 20 0.28 33 342 2.83 2 33 35 0.29 4 8 12 Allyson Ray 121 276 2.28 95 664 .273 11 0.09 3 15 0.02 2 69 0.57 17 64 81 0.67 11 3 7 Bailee Price 120 258 2.15 114 1020 .141 20 0.17 45 22 0.38 42 402 3.35 5 20 25 0.21 3 3 6 Alyssa Raterman 118 247 2.09 54 552 .350 5 0.04 1 4 0.01 3 58 0.49 5 51 56 0.47 8 3 13 Ashley Sarmiento 121 95 0.79 33 319 .194 1256 10.38 27 17 0.22 1 315 2.60 4 26 30 0.25 6 49 4 Kassie Voelker 39 34 0.87 18 113 .142 7 0.18 0 0 0.00 1 13 0.33 0 11 11 0.28 1 4 1 Caitlyn Dean 119 6 0.05 3 38 .079 44 0.37 27 33 0.23 40 845 7.10 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 3 Tori Welker 93 3 0.03 1 6 .333 4 0.04 23 20 0.25 3 83 0.89 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 16 Kamron Adkins 4 1 0.25 1 4 .000 1 0.25 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.25 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 2 Melanie Gibson 106 1 0.01 4 16 -.188 12 0.11 18 41 0.17 9 226 2.13 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 10 Hannah Campbell 31 1 0.03 1 4 .000 17 0.55 5 11 0.16 0 11 0.35 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 15 Shealy Bigach 1 0 0.00 2 2 -1.000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 9 Taylor Wood 2 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 TEAM 23 TUSCULUM............ 121 1577 13.03 583 4622 .215 1450 11.98 183 184 1.51 158 2422 20.02 37 243 158.5 1.31 41 79 Opponents........... 121 1413 11.68 703 4832 .147 1295 10.70 158 222 1.31 181 2182 18.03 83 235 200.5 1.66 80 68 TEAM STATISTICS TC OPP -------------------------------------ATTACK.............. Kills............. 1577 1413 Errors............ 583 703 Total Attacks..... 4622 4832 Attack Pct........ .215 .147 Kills/Set......... 13.0 11.7 SET................. Assists........... 1450 1295 Attempts.......... 3992 3158 Assist Pct........ .363 .410 Assists/Set....... 12.0 10.7 SERVE............... Aces.............. 183 158 Errors............ 184 222 Attempts.......... 2198 1829 Serve Pct......... .916 .879 Aces/Set.......... 1.5 1.3 SERVE RECEPTIONS.... Errors............ 158 181 Errors/Set........ 1.3 1.5 Attempts.......... 1781 1785 Reception Pct..... .911 .899 DEFENSE............. Digs.............. 2422 2182 Digs/Set.......... 20.0 18.0 BLOCKING............ Block Solo........ 37 83 Block Assist...... 243 235 Total Blocks...... 158.5 200.5 Blocks/Set........ 1.3 1.7 Block Errors...... 41 80 Ball handling errors 79 68 ATTENDANCE.......... Total............. 1937 3015 Dates/Avg Per Date 11/176 13/232 Neutral site #/Avg 8/180 Current win streak 0 Home win streak... 8 -

12 - 2011 Tusculum Volleyball

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DATE ---------Sep 02 Sep 03 Sep 04 Sep 04 Sep 07 Sep 10 Sep 11 Sep 14 Sep 17 Sep 18 Sep 21 Sep 28 Oct 01 Oct 02 Oct 05 Oct 08 Oct 09 Oct 12 Oct 15 Oct 16 Oct 16 Oct 22 Oct 23 Oct 26 Oct 29 Oct 30 Nov 02 Nov 05 Nov 12 Nov 13 Nov 14 Nov 19

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South Atlantic Conference Match UIndy Invitational, Indianapolis, Ind. ^ Banner Elk, N.C. SAC Tournament, Salisbury, N.C. NCAA II Southeast Regional, Wingate, N.C.

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OPPONENT ---------------------West Virginia State Wayne St. (Mich.) #4 Indianapolis Nova Southeastern Mars Hill Brevard Lenoir-Rhyne CARSON-NEWMAN CATAWBA WINGATE King LINCOLN MEMORIAL Newberry Anderson LIMESTONE BREVARD LENOIR-RHYNE MARS HILL KING Erskine Lees-McRae Catawba Wingate Carson-Newman NEWBERRY ANDERSON Lincoln Memorial Augusta State Mars Hill Lincoln Memorial Wingate Carson-Newman

W/L --W L L W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W L W L W W W W W W W L L

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

SCORE-BY-SET ATTEND ----------------------------- -----25-12,25-8,25-17 74 23-25,25-27,29-27,13-25 174 25-17,23-25,16-25,17-25 149 25-21,22-25,28-26,25-22 81 25-21,25-23,25-13 105 25-15,25-13,25-20 421 25-14,25-19,25-20 380 12-25,25-14,25-18,25-20 469 25-17,25-17,25-17 148 24-26,21-25,17-25 87 23-25,25-23,25-21,36-38,15-11 265 25-19,21-25,27-25,25-23 115 25-18,25-20,20-25,25-20 186 25-20,28-26,21-25,23-25,20-18 73 25-7,25-13,25-17 152 25-16,25-21,25-18 213 25-21,27-29,25-12,25-22 104 25-17,25-19,25-17 111 25-16,22-25,25-15,25-21 233 25-16,19-25,25-13,22-25,15-9 281 20-25,19-25,25-19,25-6,9-15 312 25-21,25-15,25-22 246 26-24,17-25,20-25,25-27 393 22-25,25-21,25-20,25-15 235 25-13,25-23,24-26,25-19 209 25-23,19-25,25-20,25-22 96 25-22,25-16,19-25,25-21 155 25-22,25-17,25-13 95 25-20,25-17,25-20 216 18-25,22-25,25-21,25-20,15-13 241 20-25,16-25,25-22,5-25 188 25-17,22-25,23-25,25-27 181


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS ATTACK Kills - 3 set match 22 - Vivian Lacy at Augusta State 21 - Debbie Varney vs. Montreat 20 - Debbie Varney vs. Catawba 20 - Ka�e Luebke at North Greenville 19 - Vivian Lacy at Wingate Kills - 4 set match 26 - Vivian Lacy vs. Carson-Newman 25 - Ka�e Luebke at Lincoln Memorial 24 - Debbie Varney vs. Lincoln Memorial 24 - Vivian Lacy vs. Carson-Newman 23 - Lisa Klein vs. Lee 23 - Ka�e Luebke vs. Brevard Kills - 5 set match 33 - Debbie Varney vs. West Georgia 33 - Vivian Lacy vs. Catawba 32 - Vivian Lacy at Catawba 31 - Vivian Lacy vs. Lincoln Memorial 30 - Vivian Lacy vs. Newberry 30 - Vivian Lacy at Lander Kills - Single-Season 621 - Lisa Klein 523 - April Carpenter 493 - Debbie Varney 488 - Barbara Varney 432 - April Carpenter 432 - Ka�e Luebke Kills - Career 1513 - Debbie Varney 1413 - Jill Lucas 1368 - April Carpenter 1127 - Jamie Johnson 1039 - Rachael Woods

9/22/07 10/1/97 9/27/97 9/21/07 9/30/06 11/3/06 10/15/08 9/6/97 10/10/06 9/11/93 10/8/08

Hi�ng percentage - season .358 - April Carpenter .337 - April Carpenter .331 - April Carpenter .325 - Kelsey Hayden .322 - Debbie Varney

1993 1994 1995 2008 1995

Hi�ng percentage - career (min 1500 a�) .342 - April Carpenter .295 - Vivian Lacy .280 - Ka�e Luebke .271 - Debbie Varney .240 - Jessica Horton .240 - Sam Underwood

10/3/97 9/29/07 9/15/07 10/5/06 9/28/07 9/5/07

BLOCKS Blocks - 3 set match 15 (5/10) - Debbie Varney vs. Carson-Newman 11 (7/4) - Debbie Varney vs. Lee 10 (5/5) - Marcia Harmon vs. Concord 10 (3/7) - Jamie Johnson vs. Carson-Newman 10 (3/7) - April Carpenter vs. Bryan 10 (3/7) - Debbie Varney vs. Lincoln Memorial

10/25/94 9/14/96 8/31/01 9/1/01 9/30/95 9/28/94

1993 1993 1997 1995 1994 2008

Blocks - 4 set match 17 (5/12) - Kelsey Hayden at Mars Hill 16 (3/13) - Jamie Johnson vs. King 14 (10/4) - Debbie Varney vs. Carson-Newman 13 (6/7) - Jamie Johnson vs. Augusta St. 13 (7/6) - Jamie Johnson vs. King 12 (8/4) - Debbie Varney vs. Augusta

9/27/07 9/12/01 9/10/96 9/8/01 9/1/01 10/28/94

Blocks - 5 game match 18 (7/11) - Donna Mar�n vs. Lincoln Memorial 16 (2/14) - Jamie Johnson vs. Catawba 15 (5/10) - Debbie Varney vs. Lincoln Memorial 13 (4/9) - Jamie Johnson vs. Wingate 13 (10/3) - Donna Mar�n vs. So. Wesleyan 13 (5/8) - April Carpenter vs. King

9/18/96 9/14/01 9/18/96 10/12/01 10/4/96 9/13/94

1994-97 1998-01 1992-95 1999-02 2000-02

Kills per set - season 5.14 - Vivian Lacy 4.75 - Vivian Lacy 4.01 - Debbie Varney 3.81 - Lisa Klein 3.57 - Ka�e Luebke

2006 2007 1997 1993 2008

Kills per set - career 4.90 - Vivian Lacy 3.41 - Ka�e Luebke 3.01 - April Carpenter 2.90 - Rachael Woods 2.77 - Jill Lucas

2006-07 2007-08 1992-95 2000-02 1998-01

Blocks - season 279 (92, 187) - Lisa Klein 254 (77, 177) - Jamie Johnson 241 (158, 83) - Debbie Varney 231 (157, 74) - Debbie Varney 226 (96, 130) - Debbie Varney Blocks - career 808 (486, 322) - Debbie Varney 612 (245, 367) - Jamie Johnson 582 (337, 245) - April Carpenter 455 (233, 222) - Jill Lucas 423 (146, 278) - Jessica Horton

Total a�empts - 3 set match 54 - Vivian Lacy at Mars Hill 52 - Susan Starnes vs. Carson-Newman 50 - Vivian Lacy at Carson-Newman 47 - Heather Evans vs. Bluefield 46 - Vanessa Fortes’ at North Greenville

10/3/06 10/25/94 11/9/07 11/1/97 11/2/05

Total a�empts - 4 set match 64 - Vivian Lacy at Carson-Newman 59 - Holli Cadenhead vs. Montreat 59 - Ka�e Luebke vs. Newberry 54 - Gina Coffaro at Lincoln Memorial 53 - Vivian Lacy at Newberry 53 - Vivian Lacy vs. Carson-Newman 53 - Bailee Price vs. Lincoln Memorial

Blocks per set - season 2.66 - Lisa Klein 1.90 - Jamie Johnson 1.75 - Debbie Varney 1.59 - Debbie Varney 1.50 - Kelsey Hayden

10/16/07 9/1/06 11/13/08 10/27/09 9/22/06 11/3/06 9/29/09

Blocks per set - career (min. 200 sets) 1.50 - Lisa Klein 1.43 - Debbie Varney 1.28 - April Carpenter 1.22 - Jamie Johnson 1.09 - Donna Mar�n 1.09 - Kelsey Hayden

Total a�empts - 5 set match 79 - Vivian Lacy vs. Catawba 74 - Vivian Lacy vs. Lincoln Memorial 71 - Vivian Lacy at Catawba 70 - Heather Evans vs. Lenoir-Rhyne 70 - Vivian Lacy at Lander Total a�empts - season 1400 - Vivian Lacy 1388 - Lisa Klein 1242 - Barbara Varney 1195 - Michelle Comstock 1167 - Erin Broadfoot-Henley Total a�empts - career 4036 - Jill Lucas 3558 - Debbie Varney 3154 - April Carpenter 2970 - Jamie Johnson 2790 - Rachael Woods A�empts per set - season 11.82 - Vivian Lacy 11.20 - Vivian Lacy 9.42 - Holli Cadenhead 8.86 - Debbie Varney 8.70 - Amanda Trent A�empts per set - career (min. 300 a�) 11.43 - Vivian Lacy 8.19 - Bailee Price 7.91 - Jill Lucas 7.77 - Rachael Woods 6.95 - April Carpenter 6.40 - Barbara Varney

1992-95 2006-07 2007-08 1994-97 2003-06 2009-present

9/29/07 10/5/06 9/15/07 11/1/97 9/5/07 2007 1993 1995 2001 1996 1998-01 1994-97 1992-95 1999-02 2000-02 2006 2007 2006 1997 2005 2006-07 2009-present 1998-01 2000-02 1992-95 1994-96

Hi�ng percentage* - 10-14 a�empts .769 (10-0/13) - Debbie Varney vs. Montreat .714 (12-2/14) - Barbara Varney vs. Montreat .700 (7-0/10) - Allyson Kilgore vs. Milligan .700 (7-0/10) - Amy Greer vs. Cumberland .692 (9-0/13) - Debbie Varney vs. King

9/20/94 9/1/95 10/16/02 10/20/95 11/11/94

Hi�ng percentage - 15-19 a�empts .895 (17-0/19) - Vivian Lacy at Concord .750 (13-1/16) - Debbie Varney vs. Clinch Valley .722 (13-0/18 - Gina Coffaro vs. Mt. Olive .688 (13-2/16) - Vivian Lacy at So. Virginia .647 (11-0/17) - Debbie Varney v. Clinch Valley .647 (12-1/17) - Ka�e Luebke vs. Kentucky St.

10/24/06 9/22/94 9/12/09 9/16/06 10/20/95 9/8/07

Hi�ng percentage - 20 or more a�empts .739 (17-0/23) - April Carpenter vs. Limestone .739 (18-1/23) - Susan Starnes vs. Montreat .667 (14-0/21) - Lisa Klein vs. Clinch Valley .654 (18-1/26) - Jessica Horton vs. EHC .652 (16-1/23) - Lisa Klein vs. Covenant

10/18/94 10/11/94 9/4/93 11/1/05 9/10/93

1991 2001 1996 1995 1994 1994-97 1999-02 1992-95 1998-01 2003-06 1991 2001 1994 1996 2007 1990-93 1994-97 1992-95 1999-02 1994-96 2007-08

SERVICE

Service Aces - 3 game match 11 - Libby Mauck vs. North Greenville 10 - Gina Coffaro vs. Johnson C. Smith 8 - Holli Cadenhead vs. West Liberty St. 8 - Shawna Voigt vs. North Greenville 6 - Marcia Harmon vs. Mountain State 6 - Kelly Bristow vs. Barton 6 - Sonya Hunt vs. North Greenville 6 - Peyton Colclough vs. Montreat 6 - Bailee Price at Converse 6 - Sam Underwood vs. West Virginia State

9/1/01 9/8/06 9/28/07 10/30/06 10/15/02 9/7/07 9/19/06 11/10/08 9/25/09 9/2/10

Service Aces - 4 game match 9 - Rachel Clinton vs. Francis Marion 8 - Rachael Clinton vs. Lenoir-Rhyne 7 - Rachel Clinton vs. Queens 7 - Jill Lucas vs. Lenoir-Rhyne 6 - Jessica Horton vs. Concord 6 - Rachael Woods vs. King 6 - Johanna Ratliff vs. Augusta St. 6 - Malina Payne vs. Montreat 6 - Barbara Varney vs. West Georgia 6 - Susan Starnes vs. West Georgia

9/14/02 10/26/02 10/26/02 9/9/98 9/6/03 9/6/02 9/8/01 11/11/97 10/28/95 10/29/94

Service Aces - 5 set match 8 - Rachel Clinton vs. Lander 7 - Rachael Woods vs. Milligan 6 - Kirsten Manick vs. Milligan 6 - Michelle Comstock vs. Catawba 6 - Jill Lucas vs. C.W. Post 6 - Tara Ratliff vs. Wingate 6 - Carly Swisher vs. Augusta State

8/30/02 10/16/02 10/16/02 9/14/01 9/19/98 9/27/97 8/28/09

Service Aces - season 78 - Rachel Clinton 75 - Barbara Varney 63 - Rachael Woods 57 - Libby Mauck 55 - Amy Greer

2002 1995 2002 2001 1995

Service Aces - career 158 - Libby Mauck 132 - Jill Lucas 128 - Nicki Light 122 - Alexis Rowles 120 - Amy Greer

1998-01 1998-01 1993-95 2004-07 1993-96

Service Aces per set - season (min. 20 aces) 0.639 - Rachel Clinton 0.516 - Rachael Woods 0.466 - Barbara Varney 0.422 - Libby Mauck 0.407 - Sonya Hunt

2002 2002 1995 2001 2006

Service aces per set - career (min. 200 sets) 0.506 - Rachel Clinton 0.410 - Carly Swisher 0.350 - Peyton Colclough 0.330 - Marcia Harmon 0.320 - Holli Cadenhead

2001-02 2008-09 2008-09 2002-03 2006-07, 2009

SETTING Assists - 3 set match 50 - Nicki Light vs. King 47 - Libby Mauck vs. Lenoir-Rhyne 46 - Nicki Light vs. West Georgia 45 - Stacey Ray at Mars Hill 45 - Mariana Rezende vs. Lenoir-Rhyne

11/11/94 10/28/00 10/28/95 10/3/06 10/5/07

Assists - 4 set match 67 - Nicki Light vs. Milligan 59 - Stacey Ray vs. Mars Hill 58 - Mariana Rezende at Lenoir-Rhyne 58 - Mariana Rezende at Carson-Newman 57 - Peyton Colclough vs. Brevard

11/5/94 9/12/06 11/2/07 10/16/07 10/8/08

Assists - 5 set match 69 - Nicki Light vs. Milligan 67 - Mariana Rezende vs. Catawba 65 - Mariana Rezende at Catawba 63 - Libby Mauck vs. Lenoir-Rhyne 63 - Stacey Ray vs. Lenoir-Rhyne 63 - Mariana Rezende at Mount Olive

10/21/95 9/29/07 9/15/07 9/19/00 9/15/06 9/1/07

Assists - season 1590 - Nicki Light 1574 - Nicki Light 1397 - Nicki Light 1256 - Ashley Sarmiento 1240 - Mariana Rezende

1995 1993 1994 2010 2007

Assists - career 4561 - Nicki Light 3183 - Libby Mauck 1588 - Sierra Harlacher 1511 - Yvonne Varney 1343 - Stacey Ray

1993-95 1998-01 1998-01 1995-98 2006

Assists per set - season 11.48 - Mariana Rezende 11.19 - Stacey Ray 10.75 - Nicki Light 10.38 - Ashley Sarmiento 10.09 - Nicki Light

2007 2006 1994 2010 1993

Assists per set - career (min. 200 assists) 10.38 - Ashley Sarmiento 10.18 - Nicki Light 9.67 - Peyton Colclough 8.19 - Aundria Barras 6.88 - Bri�any Driggers 6.07 - Libby Mauck

2010-present 1993-95 2008-09 1996 2004-05 1998-01

DEFENSE Digs - 3 set match 35 - Johanna Ratliff vs. Lincoln Memorial 35 - Caitlyn Dean at Augusta State 28 - Sarah King vs. Newberry 28 - Jessica Salyers vs. Converse 28 - Alexis Rowles at Mars Hill

9/5/98 11/5/10 11/1/02 10/15/05 10/3/06

Digs - 4 set match 46 - Alexis Rowles vs. Newberry 46 - Caitlyn Dean at Newberry 43 - Alexis Rowles vs. Mars Hill 40 - Caitlyn Dean vs. Anderson 37 - Caitlyn Dean vs. Newberry

10/29/04 10/2/10 9/24/04 10/30/10 10/29/10

Digs - 5 set match 40 - Alexis Rowles vs. Lincoln Memorial 39 - Alexis Rowles vs. Wingate 38 - Caitlyn Dean at Anderson 37 - Caitlyn Dean at King 37 - Caitlyn Dean vs. Lincoln Memorial

10/5/06 9/23/05 10/2/10 9/21/10 11/13/10

Digs - season 845 - Caitlyn Dean 577 - Alexis Rowles 562 - Alexis Rowles 555 - Alexis Rowles 513 - Sarah King

2010 2005 2007 2006 2004

Digs - career 2134 - Alexis Rowles 1647 - Johanna Ratliff 1186 - Sarah King 1166 - Jill Lucas 1155 - Libby Mauck

2004-07 1998-01 2002-04 1998-01 1998-01

Digs per set - season 7.10 - Caitlyn Dean 5.44 - Alexis Rowles 4.66 - Sarah King 4.63 - Alexis Rowles 4.50 - Alexis Rowles

2010 2005 2004 2006 2007

Digs per set - career (min. 200 digs) 7.10 - Caitlyn Dean 4.65 - Alexis Rowles 3.65 - Sarah King 3.19 - Johanna Ratliff 3.09 - Marcia Harmon 2.66 - Erin Broadfoot-Henley Matches played - career 169 - Heather Evans 168 - Debbie Varney 168 - Amy Greer 144 - April Carpenter 144 - Libby Mauck 144 - Nicki Light Sets played - career 565 - Debbie Varney 530 - Amy Greer 524 - Libby Mauck 516 - Johanna Ratliff 510 - Jill Lucas

2010-present 2004-07 2002-04 1998-01 2002-03 1995-96

MISCELLANEOUS 1994-97 1994-97 1993-96 1992-95 1998-01 1993-95 1994-97 1993-96 1998-01 1998-01 1998-01

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TEAM RECORDS A�empts in a 3-Set Match Opponent Gardner-Webb Wingate Catawba Carson-Newman Newberry

ATTACK Date 9/5/98 9/15/00 10/13/01 10/25/94 11/1/01

A� 174 164 157 156 152

Assists in a 3-Set Match Opponent Carson-Newman King Catawba King Lenoir-Rhyne

A�empts in a 4-Set Match Opponent Anderson Presbyterian Newberry Presbyterian Presbyterian

Date 9/3/05 10/5/99 9/29/01 9/28/00 10/13/00

A� 203 201 197 195 195

A�empts in a 5-Set Match Opponent Newberry Wingate Lenoir-Rhyne Carson-Newman Lenoir-Rhyne

Date 11/1/97 10/12/01 9/19/00 10/2/01 11/1/97

Kills Kills in a 3-Set Match Opponent Concord Emory & Henry Concord Newberry King

ASSISTS Date 10/1/96 11/11/94 10/13/01 11/6/07 10/28/00

A 59 53 52 50 49

Assists in a 4-Set Match Opponent Milligan Carson-Newman Brevard Wingate Mars Hill Brevard

Date 11/5/94 10/16/07 10/8/08 10/20/01 10/25/05 10/6/07

A 68 65 64 63 62 62

A� 257 252 245 239 227

Assists in a 5-Set Match Opponent Catawba Catawba Milligan Mount Olive Lenoir-Rhyne

Date 9/15/07 9/29/07 10/21/95 9/1/07 9/19/00

A 74 73 72 68 67

Date 8/31/01 11/1/05 10/24/06 10/14/00 11/11/94

Kills 58 57 57 55 55

Assists Per Set Opponent Carson-Newman King Catawba Milligan Lenoir-Rhyne

Kills in a 4-Set Match Opponent Milligan Carson-Newman Presbyterian Wingate Lenoir-Rhyne Brevard

Date 11/5/94 10/16/07 9/28/00 10/20/01 10/19/00 10/8/08

Kills 75 74 71 71 68 68

Kills in a 5-Set Match Opponent Lenoir-Rhyne Catawba Milligan Mount Olive Newberry

SERVICE ACES Service Aces in a 3-Set Match Opponent Date Johnson C. Smith 9/28/06 North Greenville 9/1/01 Converse 9/25/09 Southern Virginia 9/16/06 North Greenville 9/19/06 Kentucky State 9/8/07

SA 20 19 19 15 15 15

Date 9/19/00 9/29/07 10/21/95 9/1/07 9/28/07

Kills 91 78 77 74 73

Service Aces in a 4-Set Match Opponent Date King 9/6/02 Francis Marion 9/14/02 Concord 9/6/03 Augusta State 9/8/01 Catawba 9/24/05 Mars Hill 10/25/05

SA 19 17 15 14 14 14

Service Aces in a 5-Set Match Opponent Date Milligan 10/16/02 Lander 8/30/02 Lincoln Memorial 10/31/07 Concord 9/6/02 Harding 10/4/96

SA 22 17 14 13 12

Kills Per Game Opponent Wingate Concord Mt. Vernon Nazarene Concord Milligan Newberry King

Date 9/15/00 8/31/01 10/7/95 10/24/06 11/5/94 10/14/00 11/11/94

K/Set 20.33 (61 kills in 3 st) 19.33 (58 kills in 3 st) 19.00 (38 kills in 2 st) 19.00 (57 kills in 3 st) 18.75 (75 kills in 4 st) 18.33 (55 kills in 3 st) 18.33 (55 kills in 3 st)

Hi�ng Percentage in a 3-Set Match Opponent Date Southern Virginia 9/16/06 Covenant 9/10/93 West Liberty St. 9/8/07 Concord 10/24/06 North Greenville 10/30/06

Pct. .527 (46-7/74) .508 (36-4/63) .507 (44-7/73) .505 (57-9/95) .461 (44-9/76)

Hi�ng Percentage in a 4-Set Match Opponent Date Covenant 9/30/94 Milligan 11/5/94 West Alabama 8/31/07 Mars Hill 9/27/07 Mars Hill 10/13/09

Pct. .430 (54-2/121) .361 (75-22/147) .322 (49-12/115) .315 (53-13/127) .314 (65-15/159)

Hi�ng Percentage in a 5-Set Match Opponent Date Lincoln Memorial 9/18/96 Newberry 9/28/07 Montreat 9/2/05 Mount Olive 9/1/07 Lenoir-Rhyne 11/3/01

Pct. .359 (44-11/92) .339 (73-14/174) .318 (55-14/129) .309 (74-27/152) .303 (56-6/165)

Service Aces Per Set Opponent Johnson C. Smith North Greenville Lees-McRae North Greenville Kentucky State

Date 10/1/96 11/11/94 10/13/01 11/5/94 10/28/00

Date 9/8/06 9/1/01 9/10/93 9/19/06 9/8/07

A/Set 19.67 (59 ast. in 3 st) 17.67 (53 ast. in 3 st) 17.33 (52 ast. in 3 st) 17.00 (68 ast. in 4 st) 16.30 (49 ast. in 3 st)

SA/Gm 6.67 (20 aces in 3 st) 6.33 (19 aces in 3 st) 5.00 (10 aces in 2 st) 5.00 (15 aces in 3 st) 5.00 (15 aces in 3 st)

Vivian Lacy 2007 AVCA Division II All-American

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DIGS

Digs in a 3-Set Match Opponent Gardner-Webb Converse Mars Hill Mars Hill Limestone

Date 9/5/98 10/15/05 10/3/06 10/23/01 10/15/05

Digs 94 90 89 88 88

Digs in a 4-Set Match Opponent Newberry Wingate Lincoln Memorial Hun�ngdon Presbyterian

Date 9/29/01 10/20/01 10/27/09 9/3/99 9/28/00

Digs 142 112 107 103 99

Digs in a 5-Set Match Opponent Wingate Carson-Newman Limestone Wingate Mars Hill Lincoln Memorial

Date 10/12/01 10/2/01 10/2/09 10/28/06 9/3/94 10/5/06

Dig 154 133 125 124 121 121

Digs Per Set Opponent Newberry Milligan Gardner-Webb Wingate Mars Hill

Date 9/29/01 11/11/95 9/5/98 10/12/01 10/23/01

Dig/Set 35.50 (142 digs in 4 st) 32.00 (64 digs in 2 st) 31.33 (94 digs in 3 st) 30.80 (154 digs in 5 st) 29.33 (88 digs in 3 st)

BLOCKS Total Blocks in a 3-Set Match Opponent Date Carson-Newman 10/25/94 Lee 9/14/96 Bryan 9/30/95 USC Spartanburg 9/7/01 Lincoln Memorial 9/28/94

Tot. Blks (BS/BA) 21.0 (7/28) 21.0 (14/14) 21.0 (11/20) 19.5 (12/15) 18.5 (9/19)

Total Blocks in a 4-Set Match Opponent Milligan Milligan Mars Hill King Milligan Lee

Date 8/31/01 10/3/95 9/27/07 9/1/01 11/5/94 9/5/95

Tot. Blks (BS/BA) 28.0 (21/14) 27.5 (22/11) 26.5 (10/33) 26.0 (15/22) 21.0 (13/16) 21.0 (13/16)

Total Blocks in a 5-Set Match Opponent Lincoln Memorial UNC Pembroke Newberry Harding Catawba

Date 9/18/96 9/7/01 9/28/07 10/4/96 9/14/01

Tot. Blks (BS/BA) 33.0 (16/34) 29.5 (18/23) 27.5 (5/45) 26.0 (16/20) 25.0 (6/38)

Blocks Per Set Opponent Milligan Carson-Newman Lee Bryan Milligan

Date 8/31/01 10/25/94 9/14/96 9/30/95 10/3/95

B/Set 7.00 (28 blocks in 4 st) 7.00 (21 blocks in 3 st) 7.00 (21 blocks in 3 st) 7.00 (21 blocks in 3 st) 6.88 (27.5 blocks in 4 st)

Caitlyn Dean 2010 Daktronics Division II All-American


VOLLEYBALL HONORS AVCA/NCAA Division II All-American 2007 Vivian Lacy

South Atlan�c Conference Player of the Year 2007 Vivian Lacy

Daktronics NCAA Division II All-American 2010 Caitlyn Dean (1st Team)

South Atlan�c Conference Freshman of the Year 2010 Ashley Sarmiento

NAIA All-American 1992 Carla Loyd

South Atlan�c Conference Coach of the Year 2010 Michael Robinson

NAIA All-American Scholar Athlete 1991 Lori Foshee 1991 Kendra Johnson 1994 April Carpenter 1995 April Carpenter

All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team 2001 Jamie Johnson 2006 Vivian Lacy 2007 Vivian Lacy 2008 Ka�e Luebke 2010 Caitlyn Dean 2010 Alyssa Raterman 2010 Ashley Sarmiento

AVCA/NCAA Division II All-Region 2007 Vivian Lacy (1st Team) 2010 Caitlyn Dean (1st Team) 2010 Ashley Sarmiento (1st Team) 2010 Alyssa Raterman (HM)

1990 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995

South Atlan�c Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year 2001 Sierra Harlacher 2007 Alexis Rowles

Second Team 1999 Jill Lucas 2000 Jill Lucas 2000 Libby Mauck 2000 Jamie Johnson 2001 Jill Lucas 2006 Alexis Rowles 2007 Ka�e Luebke 2007 Kelsey Hayden 2007 Mariana Rezende 2009 Gina Coffaro 2010 Sam Underwood

AVCA/NCAA Division II Region Freshman of the Year 2010 Ashley Sarmiento Daktronics Division II All-Region 2010 Caitlyn Dean (1st Team) 2010 Ashley Sarmiento (2nd Team) NAIA All-Region 1992 Carla Loyd 1995 Debbie Varney NAIA All-District 1988 Brye Powers 1989 Lori Foshee 1989 Carla Loyd 1990 Lori Foshee 1990 Carla Loyd 1991 Lori Foshee 1991 Lydia Bach 1992 Carla Loyd 1992 Lydia Bach 1992 Lori Foshee 1993 Lisa Klein 1993 April Carpenter

TVAC Scholar Athlete 1992 Lydia Bach 1992 Lori Foshee 1992 Lisa Klein 1993 Lisa Klein South Atlan�c Conference Players of the Week 2006 Vivian Lacy 2006 Heather MacArthur 2007 Vivian Lacy (twice) 2008 Ka�e Luebke (twice) 2008 Heather LeMay 2008 Peyton Colclough 2008 Erika Garcia 2009 Gina Coffaro 2010 Caitlyn Dean (twice) 2010 Ashley Sarmiento (twice) 2010 Alyssa Raterman

South Atlan�c Conference All-Freshman Team 2007 Ka�e Luebke 2008 Peyton Colclough 2008 Carly Swisher 2009 Bailee Price 2009 Sam Underwood 2010 Caitlyn Dean 2010 Ashley Sarmiento

TVAC Championships 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1994

South Atlan�c Conference All-Tournament Team 2010 Caitlyn Dean 2010 Ashley Sarmiento

NAIA District 24 Player of the Year 1991 Carla Loyd 1992 Carla Loyd Academic All-District IV (selected by CoSIDA) 2000 Libby Mauck (2nd team) 2001 Libby Mauck (1st team) 2001 Sierra Harlacher (3rd team) 2007 Alexis Rowles (2nd team) 2008 Heather MacArthur (2nd Team)

Lori Foshee Lori Foshee Lydia Bach Carla Loyd Carla Loyd Lydia Bach Lori Foshee Lisa Klein April Carpenter April Carpenter Nicki Light Barbara Varney April Carpenter Debbie Varney Nicki Light

NCAA Division II Tournament Appearances 2009, 2010

NCAA Division II Regional All-Tournament Team 2010 Rhayne Smitherman

NAIA District 24 Championships 1986, 1989

All-Tennessee-Virginia Athle�c Conference 1985 Beth Carpenter 1985 Freida Jones 1985 Barbara May 1986 Brye Powers 1987 Brye Powers 1988 Brye Powers 1989 Lori Foshee 1989 Carla Loyd 1990 Carla Loyd

NCAA Division II Na�onal Sta�s�cal Champions NCAA Division II Na�onal Sta�s�cal Champions Team 2001 Blocking (3.89 bpg) Individual 2010

Caitlyn Dean - Digs Per Set (7.1 dps)

Lydia Bach

April Carpenter

Gina Coffaro

Peyton Colclough

Caitlyn Dean

Lori Foshee

Ericka Garcia

Sierra Harlacher

Kelsey Hayden

Jamie Johnson

Lisa Klein

Vivian Lacy

Heather LeMay

Nikki Light

Carla Loyd

Jill Lucas

Ka�e Luebke

Heather MacArthur

Alexis Rowles

Libby Mauck

Ashley Sarmiento

Brye Powers

Carly Swisher

Bailee Price

Sam Underwood

Alyssa Raterman

Barbara Varney

Mariana Rezende

Debbie Varney

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ALL-TIME LETTER-WINNERS The Tusculum College Volleyball All-Time Le�er-winner roster is being compiled for the second �me this year. As this is the second �me an all-�me le�er-winner sec�on has been produced, we are sure we have le� someone off inadvertantly. Please contact the Tusculum Athle�c Media Rela�ons office for any correc�ons, addi�ons or dele�ons to this list. The TC Athle�c Media Rela�ons office wishes to thank all past sports informa�on directors, assistants and students that have worked so hard for many hours in order to promote Tusculum Athle�cs through the years. Thanks go out to Steve Ruthsatz, Garre� McKnight, Buddy Pearson, Jamie Hamer Mike Maggert, Will Prewi�, Ma� Horne, Kelly Harrison, Morgan Lunsford and Whitney Noble for all their hard work. Adkins, Kamron .................... 2010-present Anderson, Heather ...............................1998 Antunes, Paula................................ 1990-93 Bach, Lydia ...................................... 1990-92 Baker, Cheryl.........................................1977 Baker, Lisa .............................................1993 Baker, Missy .................................... 1991-94 Barnwell, Janet .....................................1989 Barras, Aundria ............................... 1995-96 Bartle�, Allison .....................................2006 Bechanan, Angela .................................1993 Besemer, Chris�ne.......................... 1998-00 Bigach, Shealy ...................... 2010-present Blevins, Ginger......................................1993 Bristow, Kelly ........................................2007 Broadfoot-Henley, Erin ................... 1995-96 Brown, Madeleine ................................1977 Burkholder, Lanae.................................1999 Bynum, Trish ................................... 1982-83 Byrd, Sara .............................................2004 Cadenhead, Holli .................. 2006-07, 2009 Cagle, Amanda .....................................2008 Calgaro, Rhonda ............................. 2002-03 Campbell, Hannah ................................2010 Carpenter, April .............................. 1993-95 Carpenter, Beth .............................. 1983-86 Castano, Diana......................................1991 Catron, Cheryl.......................................1995 Clinton, Rachel .....................................2002 Coffaro, Gina................................... 2006-09 Colclough, Peyton ........................... 2008-09 Comstock, Michelle ........................ 2000-01 Conklin, Bobby .....................................1997 Cook, Kim .............................................1985 Craig, Janice ..........................................1977 Cutshaw, Crystal ...................................1993 Davis, Tina ...................................... 1983-85 Dawson, Robin......................................1975 Dean, Caitlyn ........................ 2010-present Devo�, Renee ................................. 1987-89 Doherty, Megan ..........................2006, 2008 Driggers, Bri�any ............................ 2004-05 Dudash, Chris�na .................................2009 Eason, Anna ..........................................1987 Eccleston, Karen ...................................1995 England, Megan ....................................2008 Evans, Heather ............................... 1994-97

Opponent W Alabama-Huntsville .................... 0 Anderson (S.C.) ......................... 7 Arkansas Tech ............................. 0 Armstrong Atlan�c State+......... 1 Ashland....................................... 0 Augusta State+ ......................... 7 Barton......................................... 2 Belmont ...................................... 5 Belmont Abbey ........................... 3 Bethel (Tenn.) ............................. 1 Bluefield ..................................... 7 Brescia ........................................ 1 Brevard .................................... 7 Bryan .......................................... 6 California-San Diego ................... 0 Carson-Newman ......................20 Catawba ..................................10 Central Arkansas ......................... 0 Charleston (W.Va.) ...................... 1 Chris�an Brothers ....................... 1 Chris�an Heritage ....................... 0 Concord ...................................... 4 Converse ..................................... 7 Covenant .................................... 6 Cumberland (Ky.) ........................ 2 Cumberland (Tenn.) .................... 2 C.W. Post ..................................... 1 East Tennessee St. ...................... 0 Eastern Mennonite ..................... 1 Eckerd ......................................... 0

L 2 1 1 2 1 2 0 2 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 21 18 1 1 3 1 1 4 1 0 1 0 2 0 1

Farmer, Jennifer ....................................1982 Ferguson, Rhonda.................................1983 Fortes, Vanessa............................... 2005-06 Foshee, Lori .................................... 1989-92 Fritz, Cathy...................................... 1975-77 Garcia, Erika.................................... 2008-09 Gentry, Shellie ......................................2000 Gibson, Melanie ................... 2009-present Gilliam, Lisa ..........................................1994 Goff, Karen ............................................1985 Greenlee, Janet .............................. 1985-87 Greer, Amy ...................................... 1993-96 Grill, Amy ..............................................1989 Hall, Lindsey .........................................2000 Halliday, Karen ......................................1997 Harlacher, Sierra ............................. 1998-01 Harmon, Marcia ............................. 2000-03 Harville, Ericka ......................................2004 Hawley, Kendall ....................................2003 Hayden, Kelsey ............................... 2006-08 Hayes, Rhonda ......................................1983 Henderlight, Brye .................................1986 Higgins, Amy ................................... 2002-03 Hill, Jayna..............................................1975 Hinds, Angela........................................2000 Honeycu�, Jenny ..................................1993 Horton, Jessica ............................... 2003-06 Huber, Sue ............................................1977 Hunt, Sonya .................................... 2006-07 Hya�, Ka�e ...........................................2005 Hyde, Erin .............................................2008 Jaeger, Stephanie............................ 2003-04 Johnson, Jamie ............................... 1999-02 Johnson, Kendra ............................. 1989-91 Jones, Freida ................................... 1986-87 Jones, Lori .............................................1985 Jones, Mary .................................... 1985-87 Jus�ce, Dee...........................................1982 Karns, Kari.............................................2004 Kilgore, Allyson .....................................2002 Kimery, Sherriee ...................................1982 King, Sarah ...................................... 2002-04 Kinsler, Vanessa ....................................2005 Kitner, Jean-Marie .......................... 2003-05 Klein, Lisa ........................................ 1990-93 Lacy, Vivian ..................................... 2006-07 Lark, Christy ..........................................1991

Laucks, Laurie ................................. 1990-93 LeMay, Heather .............................. 2008-09 Lewallen, Kylie ......................................2005 Light, Alicia ...........................................2007 Light, Nicki ...................................... 1993-95 Lilley, Sara ....................................... 2004-05 Linville, Cindy........................................1990 Lloyd, Amy ............................................1986 Lloyd-Chandler, Candi ...........................1993 Loudenslager, Courtney ........................2000 Loyd, Amy ....................................... 1987-89 Loyd, Carla ...................................... 1989-92 Lucas, Jill ......................................... 1998-01 Luebke, Ka�e .................................. 2007-08 Lutzick, Sue ..................................... 1975-77 MacArthur, Heather ....................... 2006-08 Manick, Kirsten ............................... 2002-03 Mar�n, Donna ................................ 1994-98 Mauck, Libby .................................. 1998-01 May, Barbara .................................. 1983-85 McGrady, Lindsey ........................... 2003-04 Mihalek, Balinda ............................. 1989-91 Miller, Carrie ................................... 2002-04 Mischnick, Sara ............................... 2001-02 Muehle, Sally .................................. 1975-77 Myers, Mindy .......................................1993 Neill, Jenna ..................................... 2003-04 Oblinger, Bri�ney ........................... 2007-08 Payne, Melinda .....................................1997 Perica, Lauren .......................................2000 Pharr, Mary Ellen ..................................1993 Philipp, Sarah.................................. 2004-05 Pearce, Jean..........................................1977 Perozia, Jo Ann .....................................1986 Perozo, JoAnn .......................................1985 Powers Henderlight, Brye .....................1989 Price, Bailie .......................... 2009-present Rader, Lynna .........................................1982 Ratliff, Johanna ............................... 1998-01 Ratliff, Tara ...................................... 1995-98 Raterman, Alyssa .................. 2009-present Ray, Allyson...........................................2010 Ray, Stacey ............................................2006 Rezende, Mariana.................................2007 Richards, Missy .....................................1997 Ricker, Vanessa ............................... 1987-89 Ridge, Kristen.................................. 1999-00

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

Opponent W Edinboro ..................................... 0 Emory & Henry ........................... 4 Erskine ..................................... 1 Fairmont State ............................ 1 Faye�eville State ........................ 2 Flagler ...................................... 1 Francis Marion ......................... 0 Freed-Hardeman ........................ 2 Gardner-Webb ............................ 0 Georgetown (Ky.) ........................ 0 Glenville State............................. 2 Harding ....................................... 0 Hun�ngdon................................. 3 Indianapolis ................................ 0 Jacksonville State ........................ 0 Johnson C. Smith ........................ 1 Kentucky State ............................ 3 King (Tenn.) .............................12 Lander ...................................... 4 Lee .............................................. 1 Lees-McRae .............................. 3 Lenoir-Rhyne ...........................18 Limestone ................................... 5 Lincoln Memorial ....................19 Lindsey Wilson............................ 1 Loyola ......................................... 0 Madonna University ................... 0 Marian College ........................... 0 Mars Hill ..................................24 Mar�n Methodist ....................... 2

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L 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 8 2 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 12 5 15 4 12 1 22 0 1 1 1 14 0

Opponent W Maryville (Tenn.)......................... 0 Meredith .................................... 1 Midway ....................................... 1 Midwestern State ....................... 0 Milligan ..................................... 20 Mississippi College ..................... 0 Montevallo ............................... 0 Montreat .................................. 25 Mt. Olive ..................................... 5 Mt. Vernon Nazarene ................. 0 Mountain State ........................... 1 Newberry ................................15 North Alabama ........................... 1 North Carolina Central................ 1 North Carolina-Pembroke........... 2 North Dakota .............................. 1 North Greenville ....................... 13 Northern Kentucky ..................... 1 Nova Southeastern ..................... 1 Palm Beach Atlan�c .................... 0 Pfeiffer ........................................ 2 Pikeville ...................................... 1 Point Loma ................................. 0 Presbyterian ............................... 2 Queens (N.C.) ............................. 2 Rio Grande .................................. 1 Rollins ......................................... 0 Shaw ........................................... 1 Shawnee State ............................ 1 Slippery Rock .............................. 0

L 1 0 0 1 11 1 6 0 0 3 0 12 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 1 19 1 1 1 0 0 1

Rowles, Alexis ................................. 2004-07 Salyers, Jessica ......................................2005 Sanders, Alisa ................................. 1986-87 Sarmiento, Ashley ................ 2010-present Sexton, Michelle ............................. 1998-99 Shelton, Angela ....................................1985 Smith, April ...........................................1996 Smith, Wilma ........................................1982 Smitherman, Rhayne ............................2010 Stanton, Nell .........................................1982 Starnes, Susan ................................ 1993-94 Stevens, SuEllyn ....................................2003 S�lls, Dawn ..................................... 1989-91 Stu�eville, Cathy ..................................1982 Su�on, Kim ..................................... 1982-83 Swisher, Carly ................................. 2008-09 Tarlton, Kendra .....................................2009 Taylor, Amy ..................................... 1985-86 Tillman, Chandler .................................2006 Townsley, Ginny ....................................1975 Trent, Amanda ......................................2005 Underwood, Sam.................. 2009-present Van Huss, June ......................................1983 Van Leth, Briska .............................. 1985-87 Van Wyck, Jean .....................................1982 Varney, Barbara .............................. 1994-96 Varney, Debbie ............................... 1994-97 Varney, Yvonne ............................... 1995-98 Vasquez, Monica ..................................1985 Vermilye, Carol .....................................1975 Voelker, Kassie...................... 2010-present Voigt, Shawna ................................. 2004-06 Wagner, Lisa .........................................1977 Webb, Jenifer ................................. 1999-00 Weissert, Jennifer ........................... 1998-01 Welker, Tori ...........................................2010 West, Angie ..........................................1987 Whitson, Karen .....................................1975 Wilburn, Kelley .....................................1993 Williams, Amber ...................................1999 Williams, Clara ......................................1982 Wilson, Debra .......................................1982 Wingard, Heather .................................2002 Winstel, Caroline ..................................2007 Wood, Taylor .................................. 2009-10 Woods, Rachael .............................. 2000-02 Young, Michelle .............................. 1987-90

Opponent W South Carolina Aiken .................. 0 South Carolina Upstate+ ............. 0 Southern Indiana ........................ 0 Southern Virginia ........................ 1 Spring Arbor ............................... 0 St. Andrews Presbyterian ......... 3 Southern Wesleyan .................... 4 Taylor .......................................... 0 Tennessee Temple ...................... 3 Union (Ky.) .................................. 5 Valdosta State ............................. 0 Virginia Intermont ...................... 5 Virginia-Wise+ .......................... 20 Wayne St. (Mich.) ....................... 0 West Alabama ............................ 2 West Georgia .............................. 5 West Liberty State ...................... 1 West Virginia State ................... 2 West Virginia Tech ...................... 1 West Virginia Wesleyan .............. 0 Wingate.................................... 5

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2011 Opponents in Bold + School name was changed: Armstrong Atlan�c State was Armstrong; Augusta State was Augusta; Virginia-Wise was Clinch Valley; USC Upstate was USC Spartanburg; Montreat was Montreat-Anderson


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