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2013 RED RAIDER VOLLEYBALL Assistant Director/Communications: Matt Dowdy • matthew.dowdy@ttu.edu • O: (806) 834-4529 • C: (806) 928-5190 @TechAthletics • @TechGameday • @CoachFloraTTU • @Matt_Dowdy

GAMEDAY INFORMATION

MATCH FIVE

Date: Tuesday, August 3

TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS (3-1)

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Overall Record: 3-1; 0-0 Big 12 Ranking: None Streak: Won 3 Head Coach: Don Flora (La Verne ‘90, ‘00) Career Record: 301-95 (14th Season) Record at TTU: 32-36 (3rd Season)

Arena: United Spirit Arena (15,098) Television: None Radio: KTXT 88.1 FM Live Stream: www.TexasTech.TV Twitter Updates: @TechGameday, @Matt_Dowdy

3-1; 0-0 BIG 12

2-1; 0-0 SLC

ABILENE CHRISTIAN WILDCATS (2-1)

Live Stats: www.texastech.com

Overall Record: 2-1; 0-0 Southland Ranking: None Streak: Won 2 Head Coach: Kellen Mock Career Record: 148-79 (8th Season) Record at ACU: Same

Tickets: $1 / Texas Tech students are free. Ticket Office: (806) 742-TECH Online: www.texastech.com

2013 SCHEDULE / RESULTS AUGUST 30 + vs. Seattle + vs. UC Riverside 31 + vs. Grand Canyon + at Weber State SEPTEMBER 3 ABILENE CHRISTIAN 6 % vs. Montana % at Washington State 7 % vs. South Dakota State % vs. Eastern Washington 10 at Abilene Christian 13 ^ MONTANA ^ NEVADA 14 ^ CAL STATE FULLERTON 16 at Incarnate Word 17 at Texas State 25 * at Oklahoma OCTOBER 2 * IOWA STATE 5 * WEST VIRGINIA 9 * at Texas 12 * at TCU 16 * KANSAS 19 * at Kansas State 23 NEW MEXICO 26 * BAYLOR 30 * at Iowa State (ESPNU) NOVEMBER 2 * at West Virginia 6 * KANSAS STATE 13 * at Baylor 16 * TEXAS 20 * OKLAHOMA 23 * at Kansas 30 * TCU DECEMBER 5-7 NCAA First & Second Rounds 13-14 NCAA Regionals 19 NCAA Semifinals 21 NCAA Championship

LUBBOCK, TEXAS • UNITED SPIRIT ARENA

L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 6 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 10 p.m. 1 p.m. 8 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 6:30 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. TBA 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA

+ Wildcat Invitational (Ogden, Utah) • % Cougar Challenge (Pullman, Wash.) • ^ Lone Star Showdown (Lubbock, Texas) • * Big 12 Conference Match • Central times listed • Home matches in BOLD.

QUICK HITS • Texas Tech renews its series with Abilene Christian Tuesday evening with the first of two matches during the 2013 sea-

son. The Red Raiders and Wildcats will play the first match of the home-and-home series at 6 p.m. Tuesday evening at the United Spirit Arena. • Despite just 170 miles separating the two schools, Texas Tech and Abilene Christian will be renewing their series Tuesday evening for the first time since 1983 when the Red Raiders swept a pair of matches in both Lubbock and Abilene. Tech leads the all-time series, 27-1, with the Red Raiders holding a 14-1 advantage in matches played in Lubbock. • Abilene Christian is in its first season at the NCAA Division-I level after joining the Southland Conference this past July. The Wildcats had previously spent the last 40 years as a member of the Lone Star Conference at the Division II level. • Abilene Christian made the most of its first weekend as a Division-I opponent last Friday and Saturday at the UT Arlington Invitational, scoring victories over Louisiana Tech and Grambling State while also dropping a close-five set loss to the host Mavericks. • The Red Raiders will be opening their home slate on Tuesday with the first of 13 matches scheduled this season at the United Spirit Arena. Texas Tech is 30-7 all-time in home openers since 1975, including a 12-5 mark during the Big 12 era. • Texas Tech head coach Don Flora will look to win the home opener for the third-straight season on Tuesday as the Red Raiders topped Central Arkansas in 2011 and then Texas Pan-American last year. Both victories came in only three sets. Prior to Flora’s arrival, Tech had not won a home opener since the 2007 season. • The Red Raiders will be looking to win their home opener for the third-straight season Tuesday which would be the longest such streak since Texas Tech opened its home slate with a victory in 14-straight years from 1989-2002. • The Red Raiders opened their 38th season of volleyball last weekend with a 3-1 showing at the Wildcat Invitational hosted by Weber State. Tech followed a 3-0 season-opening loss to Seattle by winning three-straight matches over UC Riverside, Grand Canyon and Weber State to share the tournament title. • Texas Tech earned a pair of selections to the Wildcat Invitational all-tournament team last weekend in Rachel Brummitt and Mikia Mills while Breeann David shared Most Valuable Player honors. • Texas Tech head coach Don Flora picked up his 300th career victory last weekend at the Wildcat Invitational when the Red Raiders topped Grand Canyon, 3-1. Flora is now 301-95 in 14 seasons as a collegiate head coach after last weekend and 32-36 while with the Red Raiders. • Texas Tech has found significant success in non-conference action under Flora, who has led the Red Raiders to a 28-8 mark in such matches during his two-plus seasons.

TEXAS TECH PROBABLE STARTERS

AUBREE PIPER 6-1 • MB • SR K/S 2.64 HIT % .305 D/S 1.00 B/S 0.71

(BASED OFF PREVIOUS MATCHES)

BREEANN DAVID

MEGHAN STACY

EMILY RUETTER

5-11 • OH • JR K/S 4.57 HIT % .360 D/S 2.07 B/S 0.93

6-1 • OH • SO K/S 1.44 HIT % -.042 D/S 1.00 B/S 0.33

5-11 • SET • SO K/S 0.50 A/S 11.71 D/S 1.93 B/S 0.21

MIKIA MILLS 5-11 • MB • JR K/S 2.79 HIT % .296 D/S 0.64 B/S 0.79

COURTNEY ENSCH 6-0 • RS • FR K/S 2.00 HIT % .327 D/S 0.62 B/S 0.38

RACHEL BRUMMITT 5-6 • LIB • JR K/S 0.07 A/S 0.64 D/S 5.36 B/S 0.00

K/S designates kills per set • HIT % designates hitting percentage • D/S designates digs per set • B/S designates blocks per set • A/S designates assists per set.

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location.....................................................................Lubbock, Texas Founded........................................................................................ 1923 Enrollment.................................................................................32,611 Nickname.........................................................................Red Raiders Colors...................................................................... Scarlet and Black Mascot...................................................Masket Rider / Raider Red Facility.................................................................United Spirit Arena Affiliation..................................................................NCAA Division I Conference.................................................................................Big 12 Chancellor........................................................................ Kent Hance President.......................................................M. Duane Nellis, Ph.D. Athletics Director.........................................................Kirby Hocutt Sr. Associate AD/SWA.............................................. Dr. Judi Henry Associate AD / Compliance.............................Jennifer Brashear Faculty Representative..........................................Brian Shannon Department Main Number................................. (806) 742-3355

HISTORY Season of Volleyball....................................................................38th First Season................................................................................... 1975 All-Time Record.....................................................781-618-6 (.556) NCAA Championship Appearances.............................................8 .......................1990, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001

FACILITY INFORMATION Name...................................................................United Spirit Arena Capacity......................................................................................15,098 Opened.......................................................................................... 1999

COACHING STAFF Head Coach.........................................................................Don Flora Alma Mater....................................University of La Verne ‘90, ‘00 Record at Tech.................................................... 32-36 (2 Seasons) Career Record................................................ 301-95 (13 Seasons) Twitter.................................................................... @CoachFloraTTU Best time to reach................................... Mornings, Contact SID Associate Head Coach..................... Jojit Coronel (3rd Season) Alma Mater..........................................................UC-Santa Cruz ‘93 Assistant Coach........................................ Beth Falls (8th Season) Alma Mater............................................................................. SMU ‘05 Dir. of Operations................................Amy Gandy (5th Season) Alma Mater..................................................................Texas Tech ‘07 Office Number......................................................... (806) 742-7545

TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Record................................................................................14-18 Conference Record..................................................................... 3-13 Home Record...................................................................................6-6 Away Record................................................................................. 3-10 Neutral Site Record........................................................................5-2 Postseason................................................................................... None Final Ranking.............................................................................. None Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................................ 12/6 Starters Returning/Lost................................................3+Libero/3 Newcomers...........................................................................................7 Top Returning Players........................................Rachel Brummitt ....................................Breeann David, Mikia Mills, Aubree Piper Top Newcomers.............................................................Jenna Allen ........................................ Marguerite Grubb, Victoria Hinneburg

MEDIA INFORMATION The Texas Tech Athletics Communications office is here to serve the media throughout the 2013 Red Raider volleyball season. Media members in need of assistance can contact Matt Dowdy in the Athletics Communications office at (806) 742-2770.

MEDIA CREDENTIALS Media members covering the Texas Tech volleyball program at the United Spirit Arena during the 2013 season must be issued a working credential from the Texas Tech Athletics Communications office. • All requests for both media and photo credentials must be made either in writing or via e-mail at least a day in advance to Matt Dowdy, Assistant Director for Athletic Communications. (Fax: (806) 742-1970; e-mail: matthew.dowdy@ttu.edu) • Requests are honored from sports editors of daily and weekly newspapers, editors of sports periodicals, and sports directors of radio and television stations who broadcast regularly scheduled daily sports reports and talk shows. • Credentials can be picked up in the Athletics Communications office (south end of Jones AT&T Stadium) or at will call, which is located at the United Spirit Arena ticket booth.

GAMEDAY SERVICES A complete NCAA box score and pertinent game information will be distributed to members of the working media following the conclusion of the match. Game notes, statistics, and rosters are provided prior to first pitch in the Jack Dale Media Room. A pregame meal is also served in the media room approximately 45 minutes prior to first serve.

FOLLOW THE RED RAIDERS Texas Tech fans can follow the Red Raiders all season on Twitter (@TechAthletics, @TechGameday, @CoachFloraTTU, @ Matt_Dowdy) as well as Facebook and the official website of Texas Tech Athletics, www.TexasTech.com. Texas Tech offers live video streaming of all home games at United Spirit Arena on TexasTech.TV, the official multimedia home of the Red Raiders.

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS/NEWS CONFERENCES Video from news conferences and games will be available to the media via FTP. Broadcast quality video footage (game highlights, post-practice interviews, post-game interviews, etc) are available at www.ttumedia.com. Please contact the athletics communications office for login instructions.

PRACTICES All practices are open to the media and the public. Practices normally begin around 1 p.m. in the indoor batting cages and end around 4:30 p.m. during the week.

HEAD COACH DON FLORA INTERVIEWS Head coach Don Flora can be reached best during the morning hours prior to the start of practice. Flora’s office is housed in the north end of the United Spirit Arena (ground level). To setup an interview, please contact Matt Dowdy in the Athletics Communications office. Flora will also take part in a weekly press conference every Monday in the Masked Rider Room in the south end of Jones AT&T Stadium.

PLAYER INTERVIEWS Players and coaches are available for interviews every day prior to the start of practice. Practice times vary from week to week, so media members wishing to attend should contact Matt Dowdy in the Athletics Communications office to get a weekly schedule.

POSTGAME INTERVIEWS Texas Tech players and head coach Don Flora will be made available to the media in the United Spirit Arena press conference room following a brief cooling off period. The Texas Tech locker room will remain closed.

PLAYER TO WATCH: BREEANN DAVID Breeann David enters the Abilene Christian match coming off two straight 20-kill performances as she connected on a career-high 21 against Grand Canyon and then 20 against Weber State last Saturday at the Wildcat Invitational.

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Associate AD/Communications............................... Blayne Beal E-mail...............................................................blayne.beal@ttu.edu Assistant Director (Volleyball)................................. Matt Dowdy Office........................................................................... (806) 742-2770 Cell............................................................................... (806) 928-5190 Fax................................................................................ (806) 834-4529 E-mail..................................................... matthew.dowdy@ttu.edu Website............................................................www.texastech.com Twitter......................................@TechAthletics, @TechGameday Mailing Address.............................................................2526 6th St. .............................................................................. Lubbock, TX 79409

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball TEXAS TECH IN HOME OPENERS

The Red Raiders will look continue their success in home openers Tuesday night as Texas Tech is 30-7 all-time since 1975, including an impressive 12-5 mark during the Big 12 era. Tech is undefeated in home openers under head coach Don Flora, who helped lead the Red Raiders to 3-0 sweeps over Central Arkansas (2011) and Texas-Pan American (2012) in his first two seasons. Tech had not previously won a home opener prior to Flora’s arrival since the 2007 season and had not won consecutive home openers since recording a win in 14-straight seasons from 1989-2002. This will be the first time Texas Tech has ever opened its home slate against Abilene Christian. TEXAS TECH IN HOME OPENERS UNDER DON FLORA Date Opponent Result Scores Sept. 2, 2011 Central Arkansas W, 3-0 25-13, 25-18, 25-19 Aug. 31, 2012 Texas-Pan American W, 3-0 25-21, 25-14, 25-21

LOOKING AHEAD

The Red Raiders return to tournament action this weekend, traveling all the way to Pullman, Wash., for the Cougar Challenge hosted by Washington State. Texas Tech will face Montana and the host Cougars on Friday before closing the two-day event against South Dakota State and Eastern Washington on Saturday. The Red Raiders return to the United Spirit Arena on Sept. 13 when Texas Tech hosts the Lone Star Showdown which welcomes Montana, Nevada and Cal State Fullerton all to Lubbock for the two-day event.

THIS DAY IN TEXAS TECH VOLLEYBALL HISTORY

The Red Raiders are 16-10 all-time in program history when playing on Sept. 3, including a 5-2 mark in matches played in Lubbock. Texas Tech has played on Sept. 3 in each of the previous three seasons, going 2-2 in that span. Head coach Don Flora, meanwhile, is 2-0 all-time on the date with victories over Morehead State in 2011 and North Texas a year ago. TEXAS TECH ALL-TIME ON SEPT. 3 (16-10 OVERALL) Date Opponent Result Sept. 3, 1981 vs. New Mexico W, 3-1 Sept. 3, 1982 vs. UTEP W, 2-1 Sept. 3, 1982 vs. Angelo State W, 2-0 Sept. 3, 1983 vs. West Texas State W, 3-1 Sept. 3, 1983 vs. Southwestern Texas State W, 3-0 Sept. 3, 1983 vs. UT Arlington L, 1-3 Sept. 3, 1988 vs. Weber State L, 0-3 Sept. 3, 1988 vs. Oregon State L, 2-3 Sept. 3, 1988 vs. Southern Utah W, 3-0 Sept. 3, 1988 vs. Southern Utah W, 3-0 Sept. 3, 1988 vs. Weber State L, 0-3 Sept. 3, 1989 Arizona State L, 1-3 Sept. 3, 1989 LSU L, 0-3 Sept. 3, 1993 Louisiana Tech W, 3-0 Sept. 3, 1994 at Arizona State L, 1-3 Sept. 3, 1994 vs. George Washington W, 3-2 Sept. 3, 1999 SMU W, 3-0 Sept. 3, 1999 NC State W, 3-0 Sept. 3, 2004 at San Diego State W, 3-1 Sept. 3, 2004 vs. Wichita State L, 1-3 Sept. 3, 2005 vs. Stony Brook W, 3-0 Sept. 3, 2005 at SMU W, 3-0 Sept. 3, 2010 at SMU L, 0-3 Sept. 3, 2010 vs. UC Davis L, 0-3 Sept. 3, 2011 Morehead State W, 3-1 Sept. 3, 2012 North Texas W, 3-1

FLORA PICKS UP CAREER WIN NO. 300 ON OPENING WEEKEND

Texas Tech head coach Don Flora earned his 300th career victory at the collegiate level during opening weekend when the Red Raiders dropped Grand Canyon in four sets at the Wildcat invitational. The Red Raiders closed the weekend 3-1 overall, improving Flora’s overall record to 301-95 in 13-plus seasons at both the University of La Verne in California as well as Texas Tech. Flora, arguably one of the winningest active coaches at the Division-I level, led Tech to 29 victories over his first two seasons after inheriting a program that totaled just 30 wins in the five seasons prior to his arrival. The California native currently ranks fourth among Big 12 Conference coaches in career victories, trailing only Ray Bechard (Kansas), Jerritt Elliott (Texas) and Jim Barnes (Baylor). All three coaches have longer career tenures than Flora, who arrived in Lubbock after two seasons as an assistant at New Mexico State and 11 years as the head coach of his alma mater in La Verne where he amassed a 269-59 record (.820 winning percentage) and led the Leopards to the 2001 NCAA Division III National Championship. BIG 12 CONFERENCE COACHES BY CAREER VICTORIES Coach, School Wins Seasons Ray Bechard, Kansas 966 29th Season Jerritt Elliott, Texas 347 15th Season Jim Barnes, Baylor 318 18th Season Don Flora, Texas Tech 301 14th Season Santiago Restrepo, Oklahoma 295 16th Season

INSIDE THE SERIES ABILENE CHRISTIAN (27-1) Home: 14-1; Away: 9-0; Neutral: 4-0 Date Result Score Site Sept. 29, 1975 W 2-0 Abilene, Texas Oct. 11, 1975 W 2-0 Houston, Texas Oct. 14, 1975 W 2-0 Houston, Texas Oct. 21, 1975 W 2-0 Lubbock, Texas Oct. 30, 1975 L 1-2 Lubbock, Texas Oct. 31, 1975 W 1-0 Lubbock, Texas Sept. 25, 1976 W 2-0 Lubbock, Texas Sept. 28, 1976 W 2-0 Lubbock, Texas Oct. 8, 1976 W 2-0 Houston, Texas Oct. 20, 1976 W 2-0 Lubbock, Texas Oct. 29, 1976 W 2-0 Albuquerque, N.M. Sept. 17, 1977 W 2-0 Lubbock, Texas Oct. 4, 1977 W 2-0 Lubbock, Texas Oct. 11, 1977 W 2-0 Abilene, Texas Oct. 28, 1977 W 2-1 Abilene, Texas Sept. 26, 1978 W 3-0 Abilene, Texas Oct. 10, 1978 W 2-0 Lubbock, Texas Oct. 2, 1979 W 3-0 Abilene, Texas Oct. 30, 1979 W 3-0 Lubbock, Texas Sept. 5, 1980 W 2-0 Lubbock, Texas Oct. 14, 1980 W 3-0 Lubbock, Texas Nov. 4, 1980 W 3-0 Abilene, Texas Oct. 6, 1981 W 3-0 Lubbock, Texas Oct. 27, 1981 W 3-1 Abilene, Texas Sept. 14, 1982 W 3-1 Abilene, Texas Oct. 26, 1982 W 3-0 Lubbock, Texas Sept. 27, 1983 W 3-0 Abilene, Texas Oct. 18, 1983 W 3-1 Lubbock, Texas LAST TEXAS TECH VICTORY Oct. 18, 1983 (3-1) in Lubbock LAST ABILENE CHRISTIAN VICTORY Oct. 30, 1975 in Lubbock TEXAS TECH RECORD IN THREE-SET MATCHES: 8-0 (five-set matches only) TEXAS TECH RECORD IN FOUR-SET MATCHES: 3-0 TEXAS TECH RECORD IN FIVE-SET MATCHES: None

UPCOMING SCHEDULE MONDAY 2

TUESDAY 3

Practice 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Don Flora Press Conference 12:30 p.m. (FTF)

vs. Abilene Christian 6 p.m. United Spirit Arena

WEDNESDAY 4

THURSDAY 5

Practice 1-3:30 p.m.

FRIDAY 6

Travel to Pullman Practice at Washington State TBD

SATURDAY 7

SUNDAY 8

vs. Montana 12:30 p.m.

vs. South Dakota St. 1 p.m.

at Washington State 10 p.m.

vs. E. Washington 8 p.m.

Practice 1:30-3:30 p.m.

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball AVCA PRESEASON TOP 25 POLL Rk. School 1. Penn State (50) 2. Stanford (8) 3. Southern California (2) 4. Minnesota 5. Washington 6. Texas 7. Michigan 8. Florida 9. Hawai’i 10. UCLA 11. Iowa State 12. Oregon 13. Nebraska 14. San Diego 15. Florida State 16. Western Kentucky 17. Louisville 18. Illinois 19. Creighton 20. Michigan State 21. Kentucky 22. Purdue 23. Ohio State 24. North Carolina 25. BYU

Pts. Rec. LW 1479 2-0 2 1434 1-0 3 1395 3-0 4 1235 4-0 6 1223 3-0 5 1176 2-1 1 1135 3-0 7 1058 3-0 9 1045 2-1 11 965 3-0 12 850 3-0 15 705 2-1 8 690 2-1 10 611 2-1 NR 565 2-1 18 538 2-1 21 441 1-1 19 436 2-1 NR 423 2-0 25 348 3-1 14 261 1-2 17 252 1-2 16 228 3-0 23 184 4-0 NR 132 1-2 13

Receiving Votes: Oklahoma 95; Ohio 82; Long Beach State 79; Auburn 58; Arizona State 57; Colorado State 50; Wisconsin 47; Miami (FL) 34; California 31; Dayton 31; Kansas 27; Kansas State 25; Wichita State 20; Texas A&M 17; Pepperdine 11; Cal State Northridge 6.

2013 AWARD WINNERS RACHEL BRUMMITT Wildcat Invitational All-Tournament Team

DAVID STARTS OFF JUNIOR YEAR IN STYLE

For Breeann David, the 2013 season probably couldn’t have gotten off to a better start. The hard-hitting junior totaled 64 kills during the season-opening Wildcat Invitational, averaging an impressive 4.57 kills per set while also hitting at a .360 percentage en route to earning Co-Most Valuable Player honors. David, who led Tech in kills in all four matches, wrapped the weekend by connecting on a career-high 21 kills against Grand Canyon and then 20 against Weber State. The Denver City, Texas product finished in double figures for kills in all four matches, marking the longest such streak to begin a season for a Red Raider since Alicia Ostmeyer posted at least 10 kills in the first five matches of the 2007 season. In addition to her offense, David also notched a Big 12-leading seven aces to go along with 29 digs and a team-high 13 blocks. TEXAS TECH PLAYERS WITH DOUBLE DIGIT KILLS TO START A SEASON (SINCE 2000) Player (Season) Season Opening Streak Breeann David (2013) 4 matches Alicia Ostmeyer (2007) 5 matches Kelly Johnson (2004) 7 matches Kelly Johnson (2003) 12 matches Melissa McGehee (2002) 5 matches Melissa McGehee (2000) 4 matches Colleen Smith (2000) 6 matches

MILLS, BRUMMITT NAMED TO WILDCAT INVITATIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Rachel Brummitt and Mikia Mills also earned a selection to the Wildcat Invitational all-tournament team after the two juniors helped lead the Red Raiders to a 3-1 showing in the event. Brummitt totaled a team-high 75 digs from the back row, averaging 5.36 per set which ranks third in the Big 12 after one weekend. She ended the tournament with a match-high 26 digs against host Weber State, marking the ninth time in her Tech career where she has reached the 20-dig mark. Mills, meanwhile, connected on 39 kills, second-most on the team, while adding nine digs and 11 blocks to collect her first alltournament honor of her career. The middle blocker delivered 25 kills over the final two matches, including a career-high 13 in Tech’s four-set victory over Grand Canyon.

ENSCH MAKES IMPRESSIVE DEBUT IN UTAH

Texas Tech freshman Courtney Ensch made what seemed to be a smooth transition to collegiate volleyball at the Wildcat Invitational as she connected on 26 kills from the right side while also adding eight digs and five blocks. Ensch, who arrived at Tech from Southlake Carroll High School, had one of the most accurate performances for a Red Raider in recent memory against Grand Canyon as she recorded 12 kills off just 19 attempts. Ensch had only two hitting errors in the match for a .526 hitting percentage, which was the highest for a Red Raider since Lydia McKay totaled the same average on Sept. 14 last year against Houston Baptist. Ensch closed the weekend hitting .327 over 13 sets, the second-highest percentage on the team.

RED RAIDERS LOOK TO CONTINUE SUCCESS AGAINST NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS

Texas Tech will look to continue its dominance over non-conference foes this week with five matches on tap, beginning Tuesday evening against Abilene Christian. The Red Raiders are a combined 28-8 against out-of-league opponents under third-year head coach Don Flora, who has not lost to an non-conference foe at home during his two-plus seasons on the Tech bench. Tech turned in a 14-2 record in non-conference action during Flora’s first season in 2011 and then posted an 11-5 mark a year ago. The Red Raiders close the week at the Cougar Challenge hosted by Washington State where they will play a total of four non-conference matches.

PIPER RETURNS AS TEXAS TECH’S LONE SENIOR

BREEANN DAVID Wildcat Invitational Co-Most Valuable Player

VICTORIA HINNEBURG Big 12 Preseason Co-Freshman of the Year

MIKIA MILLS Wildcat Invitational All-Tournament Team

When Aubree Piper looks walks across the court later this season on Senior Night, she will be the only player on Tech’s 19-person roster to receive flowers and framed jersey. The four-year senior, who has started in 52 matches the past three seasons, will be Tech’s leader both on the court and in the locker room for a program that despite returning 12 letterwinners also boasts seven newcomers. Piper enters her senior season with 440 career kills to go along with 174 total blocks and a .242 career hitting percentage. She ended 2012 with a .312 hitting percentage, which ranked ninth in school history for a single season. The Amarillo, Texas native is Tech’s most experienced returner, having played in 72 career matches despite battling various injuries throughout her career.

WHAT CAN BRUMMITT DO NEXT FOR TECH?

After a record-breaking inaugural season in scarlet and black, the best question pertaining to Rachel Brummitt might just be what can she do next? The junior libero shattered the Tech single-season record in 2012 with 510 digs from the back row, finishing with 62 more than previous record holder Melissa McGehee (2000). The Plano, Texas native wrapped the 2012 season ranked fourth in the Big 12 for digs per set (4.32), trailing only Kristin Hahn (Iowa State), Brianne Riley (Kansas) and Maria Fernanda (Oklahoma). A similar, if not better, performance this year would already place Brummitt near the top 10 on the Tech career chart as well as Ginger Carter currently sits in 10th place with 1,092 digs from the 1991-94 seasons. Lisa Hilgers owns the Tech career record for digs after totaling 1,583 from 1995-98 that also ranks ninth in Big 12 history entering the 2013 season as well.

THE DENVER CITY HAMMER

Not shy from coining nicknames, Texas Tech head coach Don Flora has long referred to junior outside hitter Breeann David as the “Denver City Hammer.” Named for both her hometown of nearby Denver City, Texas, as well as her hard-hitting ability, David enters her junior season as one of Tech’s key offensive weapons after she led the team with a 2.77 kills per set average a year ago. David, a six-rotation players normally, totaled 213 digs in 2012 despite missing six matches due to an ankle injury that sidelined her early into Big 12 play. David, who comes from a family of Texas Tech athletes, has also posted 239 digs and 135 blocks over her first two seasons in scarlet and black. Her father, Stan David, was a standout football player for the Red Raiders and eventual 1984 NFL Draft selection by the Buffalo Bills. Her mother, Megan David (formerly McGuire), also starred on the volleyball team while at Tech where she still ranks in the top 10 in most career blocking categories. Her younger brother, Clancy David, is also a walk-on football team currently at Tech.

ALLEN EXPECTED TO BOOST RED RAIDER ATTACK ON OUTSIDE

Like David, Texas Tech is also expecting sophomore transfer Jenna Allen to become an immediate presence on the outside as the newcomer joined the program last spring after spending the 2012 season at South Carolina. Allen appeared in 30 matches while making nine starts for the Gamecocks where she finished fourth on the team with 122 kills while also adding a 102 digs from the back row. Allen is one of two transfers for the Red Raiders from the Southeastern Conference (SEC), joining Lauren Douglass who arrived this fall from Ole Miss.

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball HINNEBURG NAMED BIG 12 PRESEASON CO-FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

DON FLORA

Texas Tech freshman Victoria Hinneburg was named the Big 12 Preseason Co-Freshman of the Year prior to the season, marking the first time a Red Raider has ever garnered the award. Hinneburg, a native of Leipzig, Germany, is just the third Red Raider to earn a conference preseason award, joining Colleen Smith (1999) and Justine Young (2010) who were both named the league’s Newcomer of the Year. One of the top international prospects in the 2013 class, Hinneburg will give Tech plenty of size and ability for the years to come as she is the tallest Red Raider listed on the roster at 6-4. Hinneburg shared the award with Kansas State’s Katie Brand.

Head Coach • Third Season University of La Verne ‘90, ‘00 @CoachFloraTTU

RED RAIDERS WELCOME SEVEN NEWCOMERS TO THE ROSTER

Texas Tech welcomes seven newcomers to its roster this fall with three being transfer players in Jenna Allen, Carlie Foust and Lauren Douglass. The Red Raiders also added four freshmen in Katie Daffer, Courtney Ensch, Marguerite Grubb and Victoria Hinneburg. Tech’s seven-player recruiting has been described as the most talented in Don Flora’s three-year tenure at Texas Tech. 2013 TEXAS TECH VOLLEYBALL NEWCOMERS Name POS YEAR Hometown Jenna Allen OH SO Lewisville, Texas Katie Daffer MB/RS FR Austin, Texas Lauren Douglass MB/RS RS FR Flower Mound, Texas Courtney Ensch RS FR Southlake, Texas Carlie Foust DS SO Amarillo, Texas Marguerite Grubb SET FR Houston, Texas Victoria Hinneburg RS/MB FR Leipzig, Germany

TECH TO BECOME FAMILIAR WITH BOTH ACU AND MONTANA

While playing opponents twice during the season is customary during Big 12 play, the Red Raiders will get to know both Abilene Christian and Montana well this year as Tech is scheduled to play both schools twice during the non-conference portion of the schedule. Tech opens its home slate next Tuesday (Sept. 3) against Abilene Christian and then travels roughly 120 miles south to face the Wildcats again on Sept. 10 in Abilene. The Red Raiders have never played two non-conference opponents twice in a season during the Big 12 era. Tech played both SMU and Grambling State twice during the 1996 and 2011 seasons, going 4-0 in those matches.

RED RAIDERS TO MAKE FIRST-EVER APPEARANCE ON ESPN

The Texas Tech volleyball program will face Iowa State in front of a national television audience on Oct. 30 as the Red Raiders and Cyclones were picked prior to the season to appear on ESPNU as part of the Big 12 Conference’s television schedule for the 2013 season. The match is part of a Big 12 double-header on the network as Baylor and Kansas will face off at 6 p.m. CT in Lawrence before the Red Raiders and Cyclones open with an 8 p.m. first serve later in the evening at Hilton Coliseum in Ames. This will be Tech’s first ever appearance on an ESPN network (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU). The Red Raiders are 20-17 all-time against the Cyclones and 10-8 when playing in Ames.

DOUGLASS TO SIT OUT 2013 SEASON

THE FLORA FILE Date of Birth: Sept. 9, 1968 Hometown: La Verne, Calif. High School: Charter Oak ‘86 Education: La Verne ‘90 (Social Sciences) Master’s: La Verne ‘00 (Leadership & Management) Wife: Jeanne Daughters: Annika, Alexis

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • In the midst of his third season at Texas Tech where he

has totaled 32 victories in two-plus seasons. His 29 wins over his first two seasons were one shy of the school’s total from the previous five seasons prior to his arrival.

• Named the eighth volleyball coach in Texas Tech history on Jan. 7, 2011.

• Led Texas Tech to its first victory over a ranked opponent

since 2003 on Nov. 20, 2012, when the Red Raiders topped No. 20 Kansas State, 3-1, at the United Spirit Arena.

• Has totaled 301 victories over 14 seasons as a collegiate head coach, fourth most among current Big 12 coaches.

• Boasts a .760 career winning percentage as a head

coach which is among the top percentages among active coaches nationally.

• Led his alma mater, the University of La Verne (Calif.), to

the NCAA Division III National Championship in 2001, only his fourth season as the program’s head coach.

• Pushed La Verne back to the National Championship

Redshirt freshman Lauren Douglass will sit out the 2013 season due to NCAA transfer policy. Douglass, a native of Flower Mound, Texas, transferred to Tech from Ole Miss where she redshirted the 2012 campaign while recovering from injury. She will have three years of eligibility remaining beginning in the 2014 season.

match again in 2008, his final year with the program before moving on to New Mexico State where he spent two seasons as an assistant.

RED RAIDERS PICKED TO FINISH TIED FOR 7TH IN BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL Texas Tech was picked to finish tied for seventh in the Big 12 preseason poll that is voted on annually by the conference coaches. It was the highest preseason nod for the Red Raiders since 2001 when Tech was selected to sixth in what was then an 11-team league. The Red Raiders 19 points to finish tied for seventh with TCU while West Virginia rounded out the poll in ninth place. Texas was named the preseason favorite as the defending national champions garnered eight of nine first-place votes to sit in front of Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma and Baylor.

in 2001. Also earned AVCA West Region Coach of the Year honors four times while with La Verne as well.

BIG 12 CONFERENCE PRESEASON POLL Rank Team (First-Place Votes) Points 1. Texas (8) 64 2. Iowa State (1) 55 3. Kansas 51 4. Kansas State 41 5. Oklahoma 39 6. Baylor 28 7. Texas Tech 19 TCU 19 9. West Virginia 8 Coaches were not allowed to vote for their own team.

BIG 12 CONTINUES TO BE AMONG TOP VOLLEYBALL CONFERENCES

The Big 12 will once again be one of the toughest volleyball conferences nationally this season as the league is boosted by preseason favorite and top-ranked Texas, while No. 15 Iowa State and No. 20 Kansas are also ranked in the top-25 of the AVCA preseason poll. Both Oklahoma and Kansas State received votes in the poll as well. The Big 12 has earned five or more bids to the NCAA Tournament in each of the past four seasons with Texas claiming the national title from a year ago.

• Named the AVCA Division III National Coach of the Year

COACHING EXPERIENCE 1993-97: La Verne Assistant Coach (women’s) 1993-97: La Verne Head Coach (men’s) 1998-08: La Verne Head Coach (women’s) 2009-11: New Mexico State Assistant Coach 2011-Present: Texas Tech Head Coach

FLORA YEAR-BY-YEAR YEAR SCHOOL 1998 La Verne 1999 La Verne 2000 La Verne 2001 La Verne* 2002 La Verne 2003 La Verne 2004 La Verne 2005 La Verne 2006 La Verne 2007 La Verne 2008 La Verne^ 2009 New Mexico State 2010 New Mexico State 2011 Texas Tech 2012 Texas Tech 2013 Texas Tech Totals As Head Coach As Asst. Coach

OVERALL CONF. 12-14 9-3 15-7 9-3 25-2 13-1 27-1 13-1 22-6 14-0 30-3 14-0 33-4 14-0 24-9 13-1 27-3 13-1 27-7 14-0 27-3 14-0 18-13 12-4 19-9 13-3 15-17 1-14 14-18 3-14 3-1 0-0 338-117 169-45 301-95 144-38 37-22 25-7

* designates NCAA Division III National Champions. ^ designates NCAA Division III National Runner-ups.

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball BIG 12 WEEKLY SCHEDULE

BIG 12 WEEKLY AWARDS

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 Abilene Christian at Texas Tech SMU at Baylor Arkansas at Oklahoma Kansas at UMKC

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 Iowa State at Northern Illinois

7 p.m.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 TCU at Illinois Chicago Kansas at Arkansas

5 p.m. 7 p.m.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 Norfolk State at West Virginia Southeast Missouri State at Kansas State Texas Tech vs. Montana TCU vs. Southern California Canisius at West Virginia Oklahoma vs. Pacific San Diego at Iowa State Tulsa at Baylor Southern Illinois at Kansas State Texas Tech at Washington State

RANK TEAM (FIRST-PLACE VOTES)

1. Texas (8) 2. Iowa State (1) 3. Kansas 4. Kansas State 5. Oklahoma 6. Baylor 7. Texas Tech TCU 9. West Virginia Coaches were not allowed to vote for their own team.

BIG 12 ROOKIE OF THE WEEK

2 p.m. 3 p.m.

BIG 12 CONFERENCE STANDINGS Iowa State Kansas State Oklahoma West Virginia Texas Tech Kansas TCU Texas Baylor

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BIG 12 L Pct. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

Kristen Hahn, Iowa State

September 2 September 9 September 16 September 23 September 30 October 7 October 14 October 21 October 28 November 4 November 11 November 18 November 25

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8

W

POINTS

Jordan Anderson, West Virginia

POS

Zoe Adom, Baylor OH Mackenzie Bigbee, Iowa State RS Kristen Hahn, Iowa State^ DS/L Victoria Hurtt, Iowa State^ OH Caroline Jarmoc, Kansas^ MB Sara McClinton, Kansas OH Erin McNorton, Kansas S Kaitlynn Pelger, Kansas State MB Kierra Holst, Oklahoma MB Sallie McLaurin, Oklahoma^ MB Yvonne Igodan, TCU^ MB Khat Bell, Texas^ MB/OH Haley Eckerman, Texas^ OH Bailey Webster, Texas^ OH ^ Unanimous Selection Coaches were not allowed to vote for their own team.

PRESEASON AWARDS PRESEASON PLAYER OF THE YEAR Haley Eckerman, Texas PRESEASON CO-FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Victoria Hinneburg, Texas Tech Katie Brand, Kansas State

(2013)

SETS W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

64 55 51 41 39 28 19 19 8

BIG 12 PRESEASON TEAM

September 2 September 9 September 16 September 23 September 30 October 7 October 14 October 21 October 28 November 4 November 11 November 18 November 25

10 a.m. 11 a.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m.

Sallie McLaurin, Oklahoma

BIG 12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

Illinois at Iowa State Stanford at Texas

BIG 12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK September 2 September 9 September 16 September 23 September 30 October 7 October 14 October 21 October 28 November 4 November 11 November 18 November 25

NAME, SCHOOL

11 a.m. 12 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 10 p.m.

UT Arlington at Baylor Fordham at West Virginia TCU at Marquette Siena at Kansas State Arkansas at Kansas Penn State at Texas Texas Tech vs. South Dakota State Oklahoma at Portland State Navy at West Virginia Mississippi State at Baylor Oklahoma vs. BYU Texas Tech vs. Eastern Washington

BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL

OVERALL W L Pct. 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 0

0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 3

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 .667 .667 .667 .000

SETS W-L

Last 10

Streak

9-1 9-6 9-1 9-1 9-5 7-4 6-4 7-5 2-9

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

Win 3 Win 3 Win 3 Win 3 Win 3 Win 2 Win 1 Win 2 Loss 3

vs. RANKED TEAMS Top 10 Top 25 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball TEXAS TECH RESULTS Date

Opponent

Overall

Conf

Time

Attend

Aug 30, 2013

vs Seattle

Score 0-3

L

Match results 20-25,19-25,22-25

0-1

0-0

1:32

250

Aug 30, 2013

vs UC Riverside

W

3-0

25-11,25-16,25-22

1-1

0-0

1:14

250

Aug 31, 2013

vs Grand Canyon

W

3-1

25-20,25-20,22-25,25-20

2-1

0-0

1:54

250

Aug 31, 2013

at Weber State

W

3-1

25-23,20-25,25-22,25-14

3-1

0-0

1:54

250

* Big 12 Conference match ATTENDANCE

Dates Total Average

Total

4 1000 250

Home

0

Away

1 250 250

Neutral

3 750 250

0

0

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball 2013 INDIVIDUAL STATS ## Name

SP

6 David, Breeann 21 Mills, Mikia 13 Piper, Aubree 5 Ensch, Courtney 16 Stacy, Meghan 17 Daffer, Katie 3 Ruetter, Emily 7 Wright, Emily 14 Ford, Whitney 15 Brummitt, Rachel 2 Foust, Carlie 4 Grubb, Marguerite 23 Podraza, Sam 12 Hragyil, Nicole TEXAS TECH Opponents

14 4-4 14 4-4 14 4-4 13 4-3 9 3-2 9 3-0 14 4-4 13 4-1 5 4-1 14 4-0 12 4-0 1 1-0 2 1-1 5 2-0 14 4-4 14 4-4

64 4.57 15 39 2.79 15 37 2.64 12 26 2.00 8 13 1.44 15 9 1.00 3 7 0.50 0 2 0.15 3 2 0.40 3 1 0.07 1 1 0.08 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 0 0.00 1 201 14.36 77 160 11.43 75

## Name

SP

DIG

6 21 13 5 16 17 3 14 7 2 15 12 4 23

David, Breeann 14 Mills, Mikia 14 Piper, Aubree 14 Ensch, Courtney 13 Stacy, Meghan 9 Daffer, Katie 9 Ruetter, Emily 14 Ford, Whitney 5 Wright, Emily 13 Foust, Carlie 12 Brummitt, Rachel 14 Hragyil, Nicole 5 Grubb, Marguerite 1 Podraza, Sam 2 TEAM TEXAS TECH 14 Opponents 14

MP-MS

RE

K

K/Set

ATTACK E TA Pct 136 .360 81 .296 82 .305 55 .327 48 -.042 35 .171 23 .304 19 -.053 10 -.100 4 .000 3 .333 0 .000 3 -.333 1 -1.000 500 .248 497 .171

A

SET SERVE A/Set SA SA/Set

SE

2 0.14 7 0.50 10 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 1 0.07 4 0.29 5 1 0.08 0 0.00 1 0 0.00 1 0.11 1 0 0.00 1 0.11 0 164 11.71 0 0.00 5 0 0.00 0 0.00 7 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 9 0.64 4 0.29 4 1 0.08 2 0.17 1 1 1.00 0 0.00 1 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 6 1.20 0 0.00 1 185 13.21 19 1.36 36 146 10.43 16 1.14 23

DIG BLOCKING Dig/S BS BA Total Blk/S BE BHE

POINTS POINTS Pts/Set

5 63 .921 29 2.07 4 9 13 0.93 3 0 2 1.000 9 0.64 2 9 11 0.79 1 1 2 .500 14 1.00 2 8 10 0.71 0 0 3 1.000 8 0.62 0 5 5 0.38 1 0 16 1.000 9 1.00 1 2 3 0.33 0 0 1 1.000 3 0.33 1 2 3 0.33 2 0 0 .000 27 1.93 1 2 3 0.21 0 0 2 1.000 0 0.00 1 0 1 0.20 1 3 40 .925 19 1.46 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 39 1.000 33 2.75 0 0 0 0.00 0 7 98 .929 75 5.36 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 .000 3 0.60 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 .000 1 1.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 1 0 16 271 .941 230 16.43 12 37 30.5 2.18 9 19 290 .934 198 14.14 7 47 30.5 2.18 9

0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 10

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball TEXAS TECH MATCH-BY-MATCH STATS Date

Opponent

Aug 30, 2013 vs Seattle Aug 30, 2013 vs UC Riverside Aug 31, 2013 vs Grand Canyon Aug 31, 2013 at Weber State Texas Tech Opponent

SP

K

E

TA Pct.

3 33 20 91 .143 3 44 19 106 .236 4 67 18 152 .322 4 57 20 151 .245 14 201 77 500 .248 14 160 75 497 .171

A 31 43 57 54 185 146

SA SE RE

DIG

BS BA BE Total BHE Points

4 8 5 5 4 1 5 15 4 5 9 6 19 36 16 16 23 19

38 57 72 63 230 198

3 8 2 7.0 1 11 2 6.5 3 10 2 8.0 5 8 3 9.0 12 37 9 30.5 7 47 9 30.5

2 0 1 0 3 10

44.0 55.5 80.0 71.0 250.5 206.5

BY SET AVERAGES Sets played: 14 Kills per set: 14.36 Assists per set: 13.21 Service aces per set: 1.36 Reception errors per set: 1.14 Digs per set: 16.43 Blocks per set: 2.18 Ball handling errors per set: 0.21 Reception errors per set: 1.14 Points per set: 17.89

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball OPPONENT MATCH-BY-MATCH STATS Date

Opponent

SP

Aug 30, 2013 Aug 30, 2013 Aug 31, 2013 Aug 31, 2013

vs Seattle vs UC Riverside vs Grand Canyon at Weber State Opponent totals Texas Tech

3 40 16 99 .242 3 24 18 107 .056 4 47 18 146 .199 4 49 23 145 .179 14 160 75 497 .171 14 201 77 500 .248

K

E

TA Pct.

A 35 23 43 45 146 185

SA SE RE

DIG

BS BA BE Total BHE Points

5 6 4 1 7 5 4 1 5 6 9 5 16 23 19 19 36 16

35 40 61 62 198 230

2 10 3 7.0 0 10 0 5.0 2 8 4 6.0 3 19 2 12.5 7 47 9 30.5 12 37 9 30.5

2 1 6 1 10 3

52.0 30.0 57.0 67.5 206.5 250.5

BY SET AVERAGES Sets played: 14 Kills per set: 11.43 Assists per set: 10.43 Service aces per set: 1.14 Reception errors per set: 1.36 Digs per set: 14.14 Blocks per set: 2.18 Ball handling errors per set: 0.71 Reception errors per set: 1.36 Points per set: 14.75

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball TEXAS TECH RECORD WHEN...

MATCH-BY-MATCH LEADERS

Overall At the United Spirit Arena On the road Neutral sites Big 12 Play Non-Conference At a tournament On Television

2013 Flora All Big 12 Era 3-1 0-0 32-36 0-0 0-0 10-13 1-0 0-0 9-20 2-1 0-0 13-3 0-0 0-0 4-28 3-1 0-0 28-8 3-1 0-0 24-5 0-0 0-0 0-9

Wearing Red uniforms Wearing White uniforms Wearing Black uniforms

1-0 1-0 1-1

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday Saturday

0-0 0-0 3-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-15 1-1 0-0 11-3 2-0 0-0 16-16

Against ranked opponents Top 5 opponents Top 10 opponents

0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

11-7 9-6 12-21

1-11 0-1 0-4

Opponent

Kills

Hitting %

Digs

Blocks

Assists

vs. Seattle

David (11)

David (.429)

Brummitt (16)

Piper/Stacy (3)

Ruetter (23)

vs. UC Riverside

David (12)

Mills (.471)

Brummitt (18)

David (6)

Ruetter (37)

vs. Grand Canyon

David (21)

Ensch (.526)

Brummitt (15)

Piper (4)

Ruetter (52)

at Weber State

David (20)

Piper (.429)

Brummitt (26)

Mills (4)

Ruetter (52)

ABILENE CHRISTIAN vs. Montana at Washington State vs. South Dakota State vs. Eastern Washington at Abilene Christian MONTANA NEVADA CAL STATE FULLERTON at Incarnate Word at Texas State at Oklahoma IOWA STATE

Kills Leading Trailing Tied

3-0 0-0 24-2 0-1 0-0 8-33 0-0 0-0 0-1

Blocks Leading Trailing Tied

3-0 0-0 0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0

26-8 2-25 4-3

WEST VIRGINIA at Texas at TCU KANSAS at Kansas State NEW MEXICO BAYLOR

Digs Leading Trailing Tied

3-1 0-0 22-7 0-0 0-0 9-28 0-0 0-0 1-1

Attack Percentage Leading Trailing

3-0 0-0 30-3 0-1 0-0 2-33

Service Aces Leading Trailing Tied

2-0 1-1 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

19-5 11-26 2-5

Hitting Percentage Hitting .300 or better Hitting .250-.299 Hitting .200-.249 Hitting .100-.199 Hitting below .100 Opponents hitting above .300 Opponents hitting .250-.299 Opponents hitting .200-.249 Opponents hitting .100-.199 Opponents hitting below .100

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

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

8-0 9-0 11-7 4-25 0-6 0-11 3-16 2-5 14-4 13-0

In three sets In four sets In five sets

1-1 2-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

15-22 12-9 5-5

Leading 1-0 Leading 2-0 Leading 2-1 Tied 1-1 Tied 2-2 Trailing 0-1 Trailing 0-2 Trailing 1-2

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

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

26-6 17-0 14-1 13-10 5-5 5-30 1-26 3-13

at Iowa State at West Virginia KANSAS STATE at Baylor TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Kansas TCU

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball MATCH-BY-MATCH STARTING LINEUPS Opponent

OH

OH/DS

MB

MB

SET

RS

LIB

vs. Seattle

B. David

M. Stacy

A. Piper

M. Mills

E. Ruetter

S. Podraza

R. Brummitt

vs. UC Riverside

B. David

M. Stacy

A. Piper

M. Mills

E. Ruetter

C. Ensch

R. Brummitt

vs. Grand Canyon

B. David

W. Ford

A. Piper

M. Mills

E. Ruetter

C. Ensch

R. Brummitt

at Weber State

B. David

E. Wright (DS)

A. Piper

M. Mills

E. Ruetter

C. Ensch

R. Brummitt

ABILENE CHRISTIAN vs. Montana at Washington State vs. South Dakota State vs. Eastern Washington at Abilene Christian MONTANA NEVADA CAL STATE FULLERTON at Incarnate Word at Texas State at Oklahoma IOWA STATE WEST VIRGINIA at Texas at TCU KANSAS at Kansas State NEW MEXICO BAYLOR at Iowa State at West Virginia KANSAS STATE at Baylor TEXAS OKLAHOMA at Kansas TCU

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball TEAM MATCH HIGHS ATTACK PERCENT (K-E-TA) .322 (67-18-152)_________vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) .245 (57-20-151)___________at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) .236 (44-19-106)__________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) .143 (33-20- 91)_______________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013)

DIGS 72 (4s)_________________vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 63 (4s)___________________at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 57 (3s)__________________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 38 (3s)_______________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013)

KILLS (K-E-TA) 67 (67-18-152) 4s________vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 57 (57-20-151) 4s__________at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 44 (44-19-106) 3s_________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 33 (33-20- 91) 3s_______________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013)

DIGS 3-SETS 57_____________________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 38__________________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013)

KILLS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) 44 (44-19-106)___________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 33 (33-20- 91)_________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) KILLS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) 67 (67-18-152)__________vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 57 (57-20-151)____________at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013)

DIGS 4-SETS 72____________________vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 63______________________at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) DIGS 5-SETS None

KILLS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) None

ACES 5_____________________vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 5_______________________at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 5______________________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 4___________________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 152 (67-18-152) 4s_______vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 151 (57-20-151) 4s_________at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 106 (44-19-106) 3s________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 91 (33-20- 91) 3s_______________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013)

BLOCKS 9.0______________________at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 8.0____________________vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 7.0__________________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 6.5_____________________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) 106 (44-19-106)__________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 91 (33-20- 91)_________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) 152 (67-18-152)_________vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 151 (57-20-151)___________at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) None ASSISTS 57 (4s)_________________vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 54 (4s)___________________at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 43 (3s)__________________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 31 (3s)_______________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013)

OPPONENT MATCH HIGHS ATTACK PERCENT (K-E-TA) .242 (40-16- 99)_______________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) .199 (47-18-146)_________ vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) KILLS (K-E-TA) 49 (49-23-145) 4s__________ at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 47 (47-18-146) 4s________ vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 40 (40-16- 99) 3s_______________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) KILLS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) 40 (40-16- 99)_________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 24 (24-18-107)___________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) KILLS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) 49 (49-23-145)____________ at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 47 (47-18-146)__________ vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) KILLS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) None TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 146 (47-18-146) 4s_______ vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 145 (49-23-145) 4s_________ at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 107 (24-18-107) 3s________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 99 (40-16- 99) 3s_______________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) 107 (24-18-107)__________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 99 (40-16- 99)_________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) 146 (47-18-146)_________ vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 145 (49-23-145)___________ at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) None ASSISTS 45 (4s)___________________ at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 43 (4s)_________________ vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 35 (3s)_______________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) ASSISTS 3-SETS 35__________________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 23_____________________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013)

ASSISTS 3-SETS 43_____________________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 31__________________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013)

ASSISTS 4-SETS 45______________________ at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 43____________________ vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013)

ASSISTS 4-SETS 57____________________vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 54______________________at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013)

ASSISTS 5-SETS None

ASSISTS 5-SET None

DIGS 62 (4s)___________________ at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 61 (4s)_________________ vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 40 (3s)__________________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) DIGS 3-SETS 40_____________________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 35__________________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) DIGS 4-SETS 62______________________ at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 61____________________ vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) DIGS 5-SETS None ACES 6_______________________ at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 5___________________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 4_____________________ vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) BLOCKS 12.5_____________________ at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 7.0__________________________ vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 6.0____________________ vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 5.0_____________________ vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013)

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball INDIVIDUAL MATCH HIGHS ATTACK PERCENT (K-E-TA) minimum 8 kills .526 (12- 2-19)______________________ Ensch, Courtney vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) .429 (14- 2-28)___________________________Piper, Aubree at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) .423 (14- 3-26)_________________________Piper, Aubree vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) .405 (20- 3-42)_________________________ David, Breeann at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) .370 (13- 3-27)___________________________Mills, Mikia vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) KILLS (K-E-TA) 21 (21- 6-45) 4s_______________________ David, Breeann vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 20 (20- 3-42) 4s_________________________ David, Breeann at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 14 (14- 3-26) 4s_________________________Piper, Aubree vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 14 (14- 2-28) 4s___________________________Piper, Aubree at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 13 (13- 3-27) 4s___________________________Mills, Mikia vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) KILLS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) 12 (12- 4-28)___________________________David, Breeann vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 11 (11- 2-21)_______________________________ David, Breeann vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 10 (10- 2-17)______________________________ Mills, Mikia vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 9 ( 9- 8-27)__________________________________ Stacy, Meghan vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) KILLS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) 21 (21- 6-45)_________________________ David, Breeann vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 20 (20- 3-42)___________________________ David, Breeann at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 14 (14- 3-26)___________________________Piper, Aubree vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 14 (14- 2-28)_____________________________Piper, Aubree at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) KILLS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) None TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 45 (21- 6-45) 4s_______________________ David, Breeann vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 42 (20- 3-42) 4s_________________________ David, Breeann at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 28 (14- 2-28) 4s___________________________Piper, Aubree at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 28 (12- 4-28) 3s_________________________David, Breeann vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 27 (13- 3-27) 4s___________________________Mills, Mikia vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 27 ( 9- 8-27) 3s______________________________ Stacy, Meghan vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) 28 (12- 4-28)___________________________David, Breeann vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 27 ( 9- 8-27)_________________________________ Stacy, Meghan vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 21 (11- 2-21)_______________________________ David, Breeann vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 17 (10- 2-17)______________________________ Mills, Mikia vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) 45 (21- 6-45)_________________________ David, Breeann vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 42 (20- 3-42)___________________________ David, Breeann at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 28 (14- 2-28)_____________________________Piper, Aubree at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 27 (13- 3-27)_____________________________Mills, Mikia vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) None POINTS 24.5 (21- 1- 2.5) 4s_____________________ David, Breeann vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 24.0 (20- 3- 1.0) 4s_______________________ David, Breeann at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 17.5 (14- 1- 2.5) 4s_______________________Piper, Aubree vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 17.5 (12- 2- 3.5) 3s_______________________David, Breeann vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 17.0 (14- 1- 2.0) 4s_________________________Piper, Aubree at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013)

ASSISTS 52 (4s)_______________________________ Ruetter, Emily vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 52 (4s)_________________________________ Ruetter, Emily at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 37 (3s)_________________________________ Ruetter, Emily vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 23 (3s)______________________________________Ruetter, Emily vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) ASSISTS 3-SETS 37____________________________________ Ruetter, Emily vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 23_________________________________________Ruetter, Emily vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) ASSISTS 4-SETS 52__________________________________ Ruetter, Emily vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 52____________________________________ Ruetter, Emily at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) ASSISTS 5-SETS None DIGS 26 (4s)______________________________ Brummitt, Rachel at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 18 (3s)______________________________ Brummitt, Rachel vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 16 (3s)___________________________________Brummitt, Rachel vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 15 (4s)____________________________ Brummitt, Rachel vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 14 (4s)_______________________________ Ruetter, Emily vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) DIGS 3-SETS 18_________________________________ Brummitt, Rachel vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 16______________________________________Brummitt, Rachel vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 11_____________________________________ Foust, Carlie vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 10___________________________________David, Breeann vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) DIGS 4-SETS 26_________________________________ Brummitt, Rachel at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 15_______________________________ Brummitt, Rachel vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 14__________________________________ Ruetter, Emily vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 12____________________________________Foust, Carlie vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) DIGS 5-SETS None ACES 3____________________________________ David, Breeann at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 3________________________________ Brummitt, Rachel vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 2__________________________________________ Piper, Aubree vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 2____________________________________David, Breeann vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) BLOCKS (BS-BA) 6 ( 1- 5)_______________________________David, Breeann vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 4 ( 2- 2)___________________________________Mills, Mikia at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 4 ( 1- 3)_______________________________Piper, Aubree vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 3 ( 2- 1)_____________________________ David, Breeann vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 3 ( 1- 2)_________________________________Piper, Aubree at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 3 ( 1- 2)____________________________________ Stacy, Meghan vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 3 ( 0- 3)__________________________________ Mills, Mikia vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 3 ( 0- 3)_______________________________________ Mills, Mikia vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013)

POINTS 3-SETS 17.5 (12- 2- 3.5)_________________________David, Breeann vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) 13.5 (11- 1- 1.5)_____________________________ David, Breeann vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 12.0 ( 9- 1- 2.0)______________________________ Stacy, Meghan vs Seattle (Aug 30, 2013) 11.5 (10- 0- 1.5)____________________________ Mills, Mikia vs UC Riverside (Aug 30, 2013) POINTS 4-SETS 24.5 (21- 1- 2.5)_______________________ David, Breeann vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 24.0 (20- 3- 1.0)_________________________ David, Breeann at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) 17.5 (14- 1- 2.5)_________________________Piper, Aubree vs Grand Canyon (Aug 31, 2013) 17.0 (14- 1- 2.0)___________________________Piper, Aubree at Weber State (Aug 31, 2013) POINTS 5-SETS None

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball 2013 DOUBLE-DOUBLES BREEANN DAVID (1) UC Riverside (8/30)

THE LAST TIME TEXAS TECH...

KILLS

DIGS

12

10

Career double-doubles: 4

NICOLE HRAGYIL (1)

ASSISTS DIGS

Career double-doubles: 1

EMILY RUETTER (1) vs. Grand Canyon (8/31)

ASSISTS DIGS 52

14

KILLS

DIGS

Career double-doubles: 7

MEGHAN STACY (4) Career double-doubles: 4

Defeated an opponent in three sets............................................................................................................... vs. UC Riverside (Aug. 30, 2013) Defeated a non-conference opponent in three sets................................................................................. vs. UC Riverside (Aug. 30, 2013) Defeated a non-conference opponent in three sets at home............................................................ vs. San Jose State (Aug. 31, 2012) Defeated a non-conference opponent in three sets on the road......................................................... at UT Arlington (Sept. 17, 2011) Defeated a non-conference opponent in three sets at neural site...................................................... vs. UC Riverside (Aug. 30, 2013) Defeated a Big 12 opponent in three sets......................................................................................................... vs. Texas A&M (Nov. 18, 2006) Defeated a Big 12 opponent in three sets at home....................................................................................... vs. Texas A&M (Nov. 18, 2006) Defeated a Big 12 opponent in three sets on the road.....................................................................................at Colorado (Nov. 20, 2002) Defeated an opponent in four sets.....................................................................................................................at Weber State (Aug. 31, 2013) Defeated a non-conference opponent in four sets......................................................................................at Weber State (Aug. 31, 2013) Defeated a non-conference opponent in four sets at home..................................................................... vs. North Texas (Sept. 3, 2012) Defeated a non-conference opponent in four sets on the road..............................................................at Weber State (Aug. 31, 2013) Defeated a non-conference opponent in four sets at neural site......................................................vs. Grand Canyon (Aug. 31, 2013) Defeated a Big 12 opponent in four sets............................................................................................... vs. #20 Kansas State (Nov. 17, 2012) Defeated a Big 12 opponent in four sets at home............................................................................. vs. #20 Kansas State (Nov. 17, 2012) Defeated a Big 12 opponent in four sets on the road................................................................................. at West Virginia (Oct. 13, 2012) Defeated an opponent in five sets........................................................................................................... vs. Houston Baptist (Sept. 14, 2012) Defeated a non-conference opponent in five sets............................................................................. vs. Houston Baptist (Sept. 14, 2012) Defeated a non-conference opponent in five sets at home................................................................................. vs. Lamar (Sept. 1, 2007) Defeated a non-conference opponent in five sets on the road........................................................ at Boston College (Aug. 25, 2012) Defeated a non-conference opponent in five sets at neural site.................................................. vs. Houston Baptist (Sept. 14, 2012) Defeated a Big 12 opponent in five sets......................................................................................................................vs. Baylor (Oct. 26, 2011) Defeated a Big 12 opponent in five sets at home....................................................................................................vs. Baylor (Oct. 26, 2011) Defeated a Big 12 opponent in five sets on the road.........................................................................................at Colorado (Nov. 20, 2011) Lost to an opponent in three sets................................................................................................................................vs. Seattle (Aug. 30, 2013) Lost to a non-conference opponent in three sets..................................................................................................vs. Seattle (Aug. 30, 2013) Lost to a non-conference opponent in three sets at home..................................................................................... vs. Utah (Sept. 4, 1999) Lost to a non-conference opponent in three sets on the road............................................................................... at Rice (Sept. 15, 2012) Lost to a non-conference opponent in three sets at neural site.......................................................................vs. Seattle (Aug. 30, 2013) Lost to a Big 12 opponent in three sets..............................................................................................................at #20 Kansas (Nov. 24, 2012) Lost to a Big 12 opponent in three sets at home..............................................................................................vs. Oklahoma (Oct. 17, 2012) Lost to a Big 12 opponent in three sets on the road......................................................................................at #20 Kansas (Nov. 24, 2012) Lost to an opponent in four sets.................................................................................................................................... vs. Baylor (Nov. 21, 2012) Lost to a non-conference opponent in four sets.....................................................................................at Central Arkansas (Oct. 2, 2012) Lost to a non-conference opponent in four sets at home......................................................................vs. New Orleans (Sept. 13, 2008) Lost to a non-conference opponent in four sets on the road.............................................................at Central Arkansas (Oct. 2, 2012) Lost to a non-conference opponent in four sets at neural site............................................................vs. Northeastern (Sept. 11, 2010) Lost to a Big 12 opponent in four sets......................................................................................................................... vs. Baylor (Nov. 21, 2012) Lost to a Big 12 opponent in four sets at home....................................................................................................... vs. Baylor (Nov. 21, 2012) Lost to a Big 12 opponent in four sets on the road................................................................................................... at Baylor (Oct. 10, 2011) Lost to an opponent in five sets...........................................................................................................................at Kansas State (Oct. 20, 2012) Lost to a non-conference opponent in five sets....................................................................................................at Nevada (Sept. 19, 2012) Lost to a non-conference opponent in five sets at home.........................................................................................vs. TCU (Sept. 12, 2008) Lost to a non-conference opponent in five sets on the road............................................................................at Nevada (Sept. 19, 2012) Lost to a non-conference opponent in five sets at neural site.....................................................vs. New Mexico State (Aug. 26, 2006) Lost to a Big 12 opponent in five sets....................................................................................................... at #14 Kansas State (Oct. 20, 2012) Lost to a Big 12 opponent in five sets at home................................................................................................ vs. Texas A&M (Oct. 19, 2011) Lost to a Big 12 opponent in five sets on the road............................................................................... at #14 Kansas State (Oct. 20, 2012) Defeated a ranked opponent..................................................................................................................... vs. #20 Kansas State (Nov. 17, 2012) Defeated a ranked opponent at home................................................................................................... vs. #20 Kansas State (Nov. 17, 2012) Defeated a ranked opponent on the road..................................................................................... at #24 Kansas State, 3-2 (Nov. 20, 2004) Defeated a ranked opponent at a neutral site...................................................................................................................... Never in Big 12 era Lost to a ranked opponent......................................................................................................................................at #20 Kansas (Nov. 24, 2012) Lost to a ranked opponent at home.................................................................................................................. vs. 22 Iowa State (Oct. 6, 2012) Lost to a ranked opponent on the road..............................................................................................................at #20 Kansas (Nov. 24, 2012) Lost to a ranked opponent at a neutral site...................................................................................................... vs. #10 Illinois (Aug. 29, 2009)

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball NUMERICAL ROSTER

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

NO. 1

NAME Victoria Hinneburg

HT. 6-4

POS. CLASS-EX. HOMETOWN/LAST SCHOOL RS/MB Fr-HS Leipzig, Germany (Sportgymnasium Dresden)

NO. NAME 24

Jenna Allen

POS.

2

Carlie Foust

5-6

DS/LIB

So-TR

Amarillo, Texas (Colorado State)

15

Rachel Brummitt

LIB/DS

3

Emily Ruetter

5-11

SET

So-1L

Burlington, Ontario, Canada (Nelson H.S.)

17

Katie Daffer

MB/RS

4

Marguerite Grubb

5-11

SET

Fr-HS

Houston, Texas (Bellaire H.S.)

6

Breeann David

5

Courtney Ensch

6-0

RS

Fr-HS

Southlake, Texas (Carroll H.S.)

10

Lauren Douglass

6

Breeann David

5-11

OH

Jr-2L

Denver City, Texas (Denver City H.S.)

5

Courtney Ensch

7

Emily Wright

5-10

DS/OH

So-1L

Cypress, Texas (Cy-Fair H.S.)

14

Whitney Ford

RS

10

Lauren Douglass

6-2

MB/RS

Fr-TR

Flower Mound, Texas (Ole MIss)

2

Carlie Foust

DS

11

Ellen Sorrells

5-10

DS/OH

So-1L

North Richland Hills, Texas (F.W. Christian H.S.)

18

Brianna Grant

MB

12

Nicole Hragyil

5-7

SET

Jr-2L

Carrollton, Texas (Tulsa)

4

Marguerite Grubb

SET

13

Aubree Piper

6-1

MB/RS

Sr-3L

Amarillo, Texas (Randall H.S.)

1

Victoria Hinneburg

14

Whitney Ford

6-3

RS

So-1L

Longview, Texas (Pine Tree H.S.)

12

Nicole Hragyil

15

Rachel Brummitt

5-6

LIB/DS

Jr-1L

Plano, Texas (Radford H.S.)

21

Mikia Mills

16

Meghan Stacy

6-1

OH

So-1L

Ozark, Mo. (Ozark H.S.)

13

Aubree Piper

17

Katie Daffer

6-3

MB/RS

Fr-HS

Austin, Texas (Westlake H.S.)

23

Sam Podraza

RS

18

Brianna Grant

6-1

MB

So-1L

Antioch, Ill. (Antioch H.S.)

3

Emily Ruetter

SET

21

Mikia Mills

5-11

MB

Jr-2L

Fontana, Calif. (Etiwanda H.S.)

11

Ellen Sorrells

DS

23

Sam Podraza

6-0

RS

Jr-2L

San Diego, Calif. (Scripps Ranch H.S.)

16

Meghan Stacy

OH

24

Jenna Allen

5-10

OH

So-TR

Lewisville, Texas (South Carolina)

7

Emily Wright

OH

OH MB/RS RS

RS/MB SET MB MB/RS

DS/OH

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Don Flora (3rd Season) Associate Head Coach: Jojit Coronel (3rd Season) Assistant Coach: Beth Falls (8th Season) Director of Operations: Amy Gandy (5th Season) Strength and Conditioning: Katie Munger Athletic Trainer: Imelda Garcia

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY POSITION Setter_____________________________________ 3 _______________________ Grugg, Hragyil, Ruetter Outside Hitter______________________________ 5 ______________Allen, David, Sorrells, Stacy, Wright Opposite/Right Side_________________________ 7 __________________ Daffer, Douglass, Ensch, Ford _____________________ Hinneburg, Piper, Podraza Middle Blocker_____________________________ 6 _______________________ Daffer, Douglass, Grant, _____________________ Hinneburg, Mills, Podraza Defensive Specialist/Libero___________________ 4 ________________Brummitt, Foust, Sorrells, Wright BY CLASSIFICATION Seniors___________________________________ 1 ______________________________________ Piper Juniors____________________________________ 5 __________ Brummit, David, Hragyil, Mills, Podraza Sophomore________________________________ 8 ________________Allen, Ford, Foust, Grant, Ruetter ________________________ Sorrells, Stacy, Wright Freshmen_________________________________ 5 _______ Daffer, Douglass, Ensch, Grubb, Hinneburg

BY HOME STATE/COUNTRY California__________________________________ 2 _______________________________ Mills, Podraza Canada___________________________________ 1 ____________________________________ Ruetter Germany__________________________________ 1 _________________________________ Hinneburg Illinois____________________________________ 1 ______________________________________Grant Missouri__________________________________ 1 ______________________________________ Stacy Texas____________________________________ 13 _________ Allen, Brummitt, Daffer, David, Douglass, _______________Ensch, Ford, Foust, Grugg, Hragyil _________________________Piper, Sorrells, Wright

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Katie Daffer Courtney Ensch Briana Grant Victoria Hinneburg Nicole Hragyil Mikia Mills Sam Podraza Emily Ruetter Ellen Sorrells

Daf-fur Inch Bree-an-ah Hinnen-borg RAH-gul My-KEY-ah Pah-DRAH-zah Roo-ter Soar-rels

COACHES Jojit Coronel

Joe-jit Core-nel

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2013 Texas Tech Volleyball

1

2

Victoria Hinneburg 6-4 • RS/MB • FR-HS Leipzig, Germany

6

3 Carlie Foust 5-6 • DS • SO-TR Amarillo, Texas

7

Breeann David 5-11 • OH • JR-2L Denver City, Texas

13

10

Emily Wright 5-10 • DS/OH • SO-1L Cypress, Texas

Whitney Ford 6-3 • RS • SO-1L Longview, Texas

18

16

Nicole Hragyil 5-7 • SET • JR-2L Carrollton, Texas

17

Meghan Stacy 6-1 • OH • SO-1L Ozark, Mo.

23

Courtney Ensch 6-0 • RS • FR-HS Southlake, Texas

12

Ellen Sorrells 5-10 • DS • SO-1L North Richland Hills, Texas

Rachel Brummitt 5-6 • LIB • JR-1L Plano, Texas

21

5

Marguerite Grubb 5-11 • SET • FR-HS Houston, Texas

11

Lauren Douglass 6-2 • RS/MB • FR-TR Flower Mound, Texas

15

14

Aubree Piper 6-1 • MB/RS • SR-3L Amarillo, Texas

4

Emily Ruetter 5-11 • SET • SO-1L Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Katie Daffer 6-3 • MB/RS • FR-HS Austin, Texas

24

Brianna Grant 6-1 • MB • SO-1L Antioch, Ill.

Mikia Mills 5-11 • MB • JR-2L Fontana, Calif.

Sam Podraza 6-0 • RS • JR-2L San Diego, Calif.

Jenna Allen 5-10 • OH • SO-TR Lewisville, Texas

Don Flora Head Coach 3rd Season

Jojit Coronel Associate Head Coach 3rd Season

Beth Falls Assistant Coach 8th Season

Amy Gandy Director of Operations 5th Season

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