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2011 SCHEDULE

Senior Co-Captain Karlyn Meyers

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AUGUST 26 at TCU 27 vs. Connecticut vs. Grambling State

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

SEPTEMBER 2 Central Arkansas Northwestern State 3 Morehead State 6 at Texas-Pan American 9 vs. Southeastern Louisiana vs. Grambling State 10 at Louisiana Tech 16 vs. Prairie View A&M 17 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette at UT-Arlington 19 at North Texas 24 #16 Iowa State* 26 at New Mexico

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

OCTOBER 1 #25 Oklahoma* 5 at Baylor* 8 Kansas State* 12 at #10 Texas* 15 at Missouri* 19 Texas A&M* 22 at Kansas* 26 Baylor*

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

NOVEMBER 2 at Texas A&M* 5 at Iowa State* 9 Texas* 12 Kansas* 15 at San Jose State 19 at Kansas State* 23 at Oklahoma* 26 Missouri*

L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-3 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

DECEMBER 1-4 NCAA First & Second Rounds 9-10 NCAA Regionals 15 NCAA Semifinals 17 NCAA National Championship

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* Big 12 Conference match All times listed are Central.

FOLLOWING THE RED RAIDERS Twitter_______________________ @TechAthletics Twitter (In-game updates)______ @TechGameday Facebook_________ facebook.com/TTUAthletics Tumblr__________ texastechathletics.tumblr.com YouTube___________youtube.com/TechAthletics

Date__________________________ Wed., Nov. 23 Time___________________________ 7 p.m. (CT) Location_____________________ Norman, Okla. Arena_________________ McCasland Field House All-Time Series______________ Tech leads 34-25 COVERAGE Twitter______________________ @TechGameday Live Stats________________ www.texastech.com Live Video____________ www.soonersports.com TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS Record__________________________ 15-15; 1-13 Head Coach______________________ Don Flora Record at Tech_____________ 15-14 (1st Season) Career Record____________ 284-74 (12th Season)

OKLAHOMA SOONERS Record___________________________ 20-10; 7-7 Head Coach_______________ Santiago Restrepo Record at OU_____________ 142-104 (8th Season) Career Record___________ 269-176 (15th Season)

TEXAS TECH MAKES FINAL ROAD TRIP OF 2011 WEDNESDAY NIGHT Texas Tech hits the road one final time this season Wednesday night when the Red Raiders travel to face the Oklahoma Sooners at 7 p.m. in McCasland Field House. THE SERIES Despite 12-straight losses to the Sooners, Tech has historically controlled the matchup with Oklahoma, leading 34-25 in a series that dates all the way to 1976. The Red Raiders have not topped the Sooners since taking a 3-0 sweep on Sept. 21, 2005 in Lubbock. Tech is 13-13 in matches played in Norman even though the Red Raiders have not scored a road win since a 3-0 sweep on Nov. 9, 2002. LOOKING AHEAD The Red Raiders close the regular season Saturday evening against Missouri. First serve is slated for 7 p.m. in the United Spirit Arena. Saturday will also be Senior Night as Tech will honor its two seniors, Amanda Dowdy and Karlyn Meyers, prior to the match. SOONERS TAKE A THRILLING FIVE-SET MATCH IN SERIES OPENER In what could be a match that helped change Tech’s season, Oklahoma took the series opener between the two schools, surviving a five-set thriller that saw the Red Raiders reach match point three times in the final frame. Tech went on to lose its next six matches, including three-straight by a 3-0 score. Amanda Dowdy led four Tech players in double figures offensively, posting 18 kills to go along with a career-high 28 digs. Breeann David had a season-high 17 kills while Miara Cave and Aubree Piper added 11 and 10 of their own. TECH STILL TWO WINS SHY OF FIRST WINNING SEASON SINCE 2001 Entering likely its final week of the season, Tech can still put the finishing touches of its first winning season since 2001. The Red Raiders would need to defeat both Oklahoma and Missouri to guarantee a 17-15 overall record. Tech’s 2001 squad finished the year 18-14 en route to earning an NCAA Tournament selection, the school’s last postseason appearance. DOWDY ENTERS SINGLE-SEASON TOP 10 After her 21-kill performance at Kansas State last Saturday, Amanda Dowdy has entered the school’s singleseason top 10 for kills as she has 425 on the year, one more than her junior season that previously ranked 10th all-time. The senior is the first Tech player to record consecutive 400-kill seasons since Philister Sang did so from 2005-06. Dowdy could also crack the top 10 in digs as she has 342 on the season, 49 shy of Melissa McGehee’s total of 391 from the 2001 season that ranks 10th all-time.

PROBABLE STARTERS

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Amanda Dowdy Second all-time in both kills and attempts at Tech.

Miara Cave Second on the team in kills; leads team with 95 blocks.

Karlyn Meyers Senior recently moved to sixth all-time in assists.

Aubree Piper Returned to action against Baylor; totaled 51 kills since.

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Breeann David Third on team in kills and second in total attempts.

Mikia Mills Second on the team with 86 blocks so far.

Tory Vaughan Just eight digs shy of entering single-season top 10.

Brandy Huskey Posted 10+ digs in four of her last six matches.


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MEDIA INFORMATION

TEXAS TECH ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

QUICK FACTS Matt Dowdy - Volleyball Contact Office........................................... (806) 742-2770 Cell............................................... (806) 928-5190 e-mail..................... matthew.dowdy@ttu.edu Blayne Beal - Assoc. AD/Communications Office........................................... (806) 742-2770 Cell............................................... (806) 790-7924 e-mail...............................blayne.beal@ttu.edu

Matt Dowdy

Asst. Director/Communications

Blayne Beal

Associate AD/Communications

Website........................... www.texastech.com Twitter...................twitter.com/TechAthletics ...............................twitter.com/TechGameday Facebook......... facebook.com/TTUAthletics

MEDIA ACCESS 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. Players and coaches are not available until following the game on gamedays. Head coach Don Flora can be reached best during the morning hours. Flora’s office is housed in the north end of the United Spirit Arena. To setup an interview, please contact Matt Dowdy in the Athletics Communications office. Texas Tech players and head coach Don Flora will be made available to the media in the media room following a brief cooling off period. The Texas Tech lockerroom will remain closed.

CREDENTIALS Media members wishing to cover the Texas Tech volleyball team at the United Spirit Arena during the 2011 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) Credentials can be picked up in the Athletics Communications office (south end of Jones AT&T Stadium) or at the ticket office of the United Spirit Arena on gamedays.

WWW.TEXASTECH.COM This is the official site of the Texas Tech Athletics Department. Texas Tech Volleyball releases as well as a variety of athletics department information can be found on the web. Texas Tech also offers live video (home matches only) streaming of all Red Raider matches.

UNITED SPIRIT ARENA The United Spirit Arena, one of the finest multi-purpose venues in the country, is home to the Texas Tech basketball and volleyball programs. Constructed in 1999, the USA is named in honor of United Supermarkets, who was the project’s major donor. Since its creation, the 15,000 seat arena has hosted some of the top entertainment acts in the country, including George Strait, Brad Paisley, ZZ Top, and numerous others. DIRECTIONS TO THE UNITED SPIRIT ARENA The United Spirit Arena is located on the west part of the Texas Tech campus on Indiana Avenue. The facility is just off the Marsha Sharp Freeway and can also be accessed by the Texas Tech Parkway. FROM THE AIRPORT: Take I-27 South from Regis Street and exit west on the Marsha Sharp Freeway. Take the Texas Tech Parkway exit and turn south (left) for a quarter of a mile until you reach the first stop light (Indiana Ave.). Turn back north (left) and the United Spirit Arena will be on the right side.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.....................................................Lubbock, Texas Founded........................................................................1923 Enrollment................................................................ 31,367 Nickname........................................................ Red Raiders Colors......................................................Scarlet and Black Facility.................................................United Spirit Arena Affiliation..................................................NCAA Division I Conference................................................................ Big 12 Chancellor........................................................Kent Hance President...................................................... Dr. Guy Bailey Athletics Director.........................................Kirby Hocutt Sr. Associate AD/SWA..............................Dr. Judi Henry Department Main Number.................(806) 742-3355 HISTORY Season of Volleyball....................................................36th First Season...................................................................1975 All-Time Record.................................... 764-597-6 (.559) NCAA Championship Appearances............................ 8 ...... 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001 FACILITY INFORMATION Name...................................................United Spirit Arena Capacity..................................................................... 15,070 Opened..........................................................................1999 COACHING STAFF Head Coach........................................................ Don Flora Alma Mater...........................University of La Verne ‘90 Record at Tech.................................. 15-15 (1st Season) Career Record............................. 284-74 (12th Season) Twitter....................................................@CoachFloraTTU Best time to reach...................Mornings, Contact SID Assistant Coach................Jojit Coronel (First Season) Assistant Coach.................... Beth Falls (Sixth Season) Dir. of Operations............... Amy Gandy (3rd Season) Office Number.........................................(806) 742-7545 TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Record..................................................................4-25 Conference Record.....................................................2-18 Home Record.................................................................. 1-9 Away Record.................................................................1-12 Neutral Site Record....................................................... 2-4 Postseason...................................................................None Final Ranking..............................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................10/6 Starters Returning/Lost..............................5/1 + Libero Newcomers........................................................................12 Top Returning Players........................Amandy Dowdy, .................. Karlyn Meyers, Miara Cave, Tory Vaughan Top Newcomers.............. Breeann David, Mikia Mills, ................................................... Sam Podraza, Kate Foley ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Associate AD/Communications...............Blayne Beal Assistant Director (Volleyball).................Matt Dowdy Office...........................................................(806) 742-2770 Cell...............................................................(806) 928-5190 E-mail.....................................matthew.dowdy@ttu.edu

WEEKLY SCHEDULE TUESDAY

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SUNDAY

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MONDAY

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MATCH NOTES CAVE ON RECENT HOT STREAK Miara Cave enters this weekend having posted 10plus kills in three of her last four outings, the lone exception being her nine at Kansas State last weekend. The junior previously posted 11 kills at San Jose State, 12 against Kansas on Nov. 12, and 10 against Texas on Nov. 9. Cave also hit .471 against the Longhorns, marking the sixth time this season she has hit .400 or better. Cave had not previously posted double-digit kills in consecutive matches since recording 14 against New Mexico (Sept. 26) and 11 against Oklahoma (Oct. 1). She had not previously been in double figures over a three-match stretch throughout her career. HUSKEY CONTINUES TO STEP UP OFF BENCH Brandy Huskey dropped a career-high 18 digs last weekend at Kansas State as the sophomore continued to shine off the bench. Huskey has posted 10 or more digs in five of her last eight matches as she has played in every set over that span normally as a defensive substitute for Miara Cave on the back row. Huskey’s previous career high came against Texas A&M on Oct. 19 when she recorded 13 digs. VAUGHAN APPROACHING TOP 10 AS WELL Tory Vaughan will likely put her name in the Tech record book this week as the junior libero is just nine digs shy of tying Melissa McGehee for 10th in the school’s single-season record book. After 15 digs at Kansas State last weekend, Vaughan now has 383 on the year, the most for a Tech player since Desiree Batista had 444 in 2005. The San Antonio native could also become just the seventh player in school history to reach 400 digs in a season as well. DOWDY REWRITING MORE RECORDS Amanda Dowdy is now just 100 swings shy of entering the Big 12 Conference’s top 10 for career attempts as the senior has 4,170 over her four seasons. Nebraska’s Sarah Pavan is currently ranked 10th all-time as she totaled 4,265 attempts during the 2004-07 seasons. For the second-straight season, Dowdy has already entered the Tech singleseason top 10 for single-season attempts as her 1,278 so far this year is just eight shy of her total from a year ago which ranks sixth all-time. Less than 100 attempts separate Dowdy and Philister Sang’s second-place total of 1,376 swings in 2005. ACE IN THE HOLE With five aces last weekend at Kansas State, the Red Raiders are now up to 123 on the year, the school’s most since wrapping the 2008 season with 128 overall. Tech has almost doubled its total from a year ago as the Red Raiders finished with just 64 aces throughout the 2010 season.

DOWDY NOT JUST AN OFFENSIVE PLAYER If Amanda Dowdy has proved one thing this season, it would be that her impact isn’t only felt on the attack. The senior is Tech’s leader in kills and trails only Tory Vaughan for the team high in digs as well. One of the Big 12’s top performers in both categories, Dowdy has posted a double-double in 22 of Tech’s 30 matches so far, giving her 36 for her career. She is currently ranked fourth in the conference with 4.05 kills per set while her 3.26 digs per set average is just outside the top 10. PIPER ADDS TO OFFENSE SINCE RETURN After missing most of the month of October, Aubree Piper has made quite an impact on the Tech offense since returning to the lineup prior to the Baylor match on Oct. 26. In her six matches since then, Piper has totaled 51 kills to go along with 19 blocks. She recorded 10 kills on Nov. 12 against Kansas in what is her current high since her return to the rotation. DAVID AMONG TOP RED RAIDER FRESHMEN With two matches to play, Breeann David is on pace to record the most kills for a Tech freshman since current teammate Amanda Dowdy’s inaugural season in 2008. David has totaled 246 kills at a 2.37 per set average thus far, leaving her 55 shy of Dowdy’s mark of 301 as a freshman. Dowdy leads the Red Raiders this season with 425 kills as well. SAN JOSE ENDS TECH’S NON-CONFERENCE RUN The Red Raiders’ loss to San Jose State last week snapped Tech’s 14-match winning streak against non-conference opponents, the school’s longest such run since winning 22-straight over the course of the 1996-97 seasons. The loss dropped Tech to 14-2 this year against non-conference opponents. FLORA SIGNS FOUR DURING FALL PERIOD Don Flora added to the future of the Tech program over a week ago when he signed Emily Ehrle, Brianna Grant, Emily Ruetter, and Meghan Stacy to national letters of intent. The four signees will join with a talented group of preferred walk-ons next fall, giving Flora additional depth along the front row as he signed a group that consists of two outside hitters (Ehrle, Stacy), a middle blocker (Grant), and a setter (Reutter). DOWDY REACHES 4,000 CAREER ATTEMPTS Amanda Dowdy became just the second player alltime to reach 4,000 attempts over a career as her 48 swings against Texas moved her to 4,006 during her four seasons. She joins Kelly Johnson as the only players to reach the mark. Johnson owns the school record with 5,142 swings during the 2001-04 seasons.

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THIS WEEK IN THE BIG 12 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23 Texas at Texas A&M Kansas at Kansas State Texas Tech at Oklahoma SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 Oklahoma at Texas Texas A&M at Iowa State Baylor at Kansas Missouri at Texas Tech

5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m.

BIG 12 WEEKLY AWARDS OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Aug. 29 Molly Kreklow, Missouri Sept. 6 Brittney Brimmage, Missouri Sept. 12 Rachael Adams, Texas Sept. 19 Kaitlynn Pelger, Kansas State Sept. 26 Kaitlynn Pelger, Kansas State Oct. 3 Suzy Boulavsky, Oklahoma Oct. 10 Briana Tolbert, Baylor Oct. 17 Lisa Henning, Missouri Oct. 24 Hannah Allison, Texas Oct. 31 Khat Bell, Texas Nov. 7 Lisa Henning, Missouri Nov. 14 Haley Eckerman, Texas Nov. 21 Hannah Allison, Texas DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Aug. 29 Kristen Hahn, Iowa State Sept. 6 Aubree Piper, Texas Tech Sept. 12 Kelsey Black, Texas A&M Sept. 19 Tayler Tolefree, Kansas Sept. 26 Maria Fernanda, Oklahoma Oct. 3 Sallie McLaurin, Oklahoma Oct. 10 Kristen Hahn, Iowa State Oct. 17 Tenisha Matlock, Iowa State Oct. 24 Caroline Jarmoc, Kansas Sallie McLaurin, Oklahoma Oct. 31 Tory Vaughan, Texas Tech Nov. 7 Allison King, Baylor Nov. 14 Kristen Hahn, Iowa State Nov. 21 Kristen Hahn, Iowa State ROOKIE OF THE WEEK Aug. 29 Emily Wilson, Missouri Sept. 6 Emily Wilson, Missouri Sept. 12 Breeann David, Texas Tech Sept. 19 Khat Bell, Texas Sept. 26 Hannah Wilms, Iowa State Oct. 3 Haley Eckerman, Texas Oct. 10 Khat Bell, Texas Oct. 17 Haley Eckerman, Texas Oct. 24 Tara Dunn, Oklahoma Oct. 31 Khat Bell, Texas Nov. 7 Tara Dunn, Oklahoma Nov. 14 Haley Eckerman, Texas Nov. 21 Haley Eckerman, Texas

BIG 12 CONFERENCE STANDINGS Texas Iowa State Texas A&M Kansas State Oklahoma Missouri Baylor Kansas Texas Tech

BIG 12 W L Pct. 13 1 .929 13 2 .867 10 4 .714 8 7 .533 7 7 .500 6 9 .400 5 10 .333 2 12 .143 1 13 .071

SETS W-L 41-10 41-12 34-23 28-31 29-32 28-31 25-36 18-38 11-41

OVERALL W L Pct. 20 4 .833 22 4 .846 21 6 .778 19 10 .655 20 10 .667 20 12 .625 18 13 .581 14 13 .519 15 15 .500

SETS W-L 64-24 68-25 67-35 60-50 72-45 73-44 65-53 56-51 56-51

Last 10 10-0 9-1 8-2 5-5 3-7 5-5 3-7 2-8 1-9

Streak W12 W5 W3 W1 L1 L3 L2 L1 L6

vs. RANKED TEAMS Top 10 Top 25 1-1 3-4 1-3 3-4 0-1 1-3 0-2 1-5 1-0 2-2 0-2 1-5 0-3 1-6 1-1 1-6 0-1 0-5

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RECORD WATCH: DOWDY CHASING SEVERAL MILESTONES IN 2011 Senior Amanda Dowdy will not only be looking to end her Texas Tech career off on a high note this year, but she will also be chasing several program records. The Lexington, Texas native entered the year fifth alltime in career kills and sixth in career attacks. Dowdy is only the eighth player in school history to reach 1,000 kills over a career as she recorded 1,041 over her first three seasons. Dowdy also joined the top 10 last year on the single-season charts as her 424 kills ranked 10th alltime and her 1,286 attempts was sixth all-time. She also set the single-match record for kills a year ago as she finished with 37 against Colorado on Oct. 13 before nearing the feat again against the Buffaloes, TECH STILL AMONG NATIONAL BLOCK LEADERS The Red Raiders moved just outside the top 10 in the blocking rankings this week as their 2.78 stuffs per set average ranks 14th nationally. Tech leads the conference in the category as well with a significant gap between the Red Raiders and Texas, which is averaging 2.69 blocks per set. WHAT A DIFFERENCE A YEAR MAKES To say that all facets of Tech’s game have improved under head coach Don Flora might be an understatement. The Red Raiders have drastically improved their numbers from a year ago, raising totals in all six major statistics. Here is a breakdown of Tech’s stats from this season (through 29 matches only) compared to last year’s 29-match season: 2010 2011 Kills 1,168 1,271 Assists 1,092 1,189 Aces 64 119 Digs 1,320 1,165 Blocks 224.5 291.0 Points 1,456.5 1,681.0 FLORA EARNS FIRST BIG 12 VICTORY After eight tries, including two close calls, Don Flora earned his first Big 12 victory when Tech defeated Baylor in five sets. The first-year head coach nearly led Tech to victories over No. 25 Oklahoma and Texas A&M earlier in the year before falling in five sets. In his 12 totals seasons as a head coach, Flora is a combined 141-22 during conference matches, boasting an .865 winning percentage. MEYERS MOVING UP RECORD BOOK TOO Karlyn Meyers moved into sole possession of sixth on the school’s career assists chart during the Texas match. Only the eighth player in school history to reach 2,000 assists in a career, Meyers passed Emily Ziegler (2004-07) as she has now dished 2,834 assists during her four seasons. There is a significant gap between Meyers and Sheila Solomon (198790) for fifth all-time as Solomon totaled 3,307 assists during the sideout scoring era. VAUGHAN ADDS TO WEEKLY AWARD WINNERS Tory Vaughan became the third Red Raider to earn a Big 12 weekly award on Oct. 31 as the junior libero was named the conference defensive player of the week after recording a career-high 31 digs 4

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this time finishing with 34 during the Nov. 20 match in Boulder. Here’s where Dowdy currently stands in the Tech career record book. CAREER KILLS Name 1. Kelly Johnson (2001-04) 2. Amanda Dowdy (2008-Pres.) 3. Melissa McGehee (1999-02) 4. Brande Brown (1994-97) 5. Christine Martin (1993-97)

Kills 1,925 1,466 1,333 1,083 1,046

CAREER ATTACK ATTEMPTS Name Attacks 1. Kelly Johnson (2001-04) 5,142 2. Amanda Dowdy (2008-Pres.) 4,171 3. Melissa McGehee (1999-02) 3,368 4. Cristine Martin (1993-97) 3,181 5. Sabrina Zenon (1988-91) 2,969 against Baylor. Her dig output marked the most for a Tech player in the rally scoring era (2001-present) and the most since Ann Romjue set the school record with 36 digs against Texas A&M on Nov. 18, 2000. Vaughan joined Aubree Piper (Defensive on Sept. 6) and Breeann David (Newcomer on Sept. 12) as Tech’s three weekly award winners, the school’s most selections in a single season since 2002. NOTABLES u Texas Tech’s 15 wins this year marks the school’s most in a single-season since going 14-15 during the 2002 season. u Tech has already surpassed its win total from the 2008-10 seasons combined as the Red Raiders won 11 games during those three years. u The Red Raiders have broken the 10-win barrier for the first time since the 2006 season when Tech finished 12-17 under Nancy Todd. u Tech is 11-7 in games away from Lubbock this season. The Red Raiders had not won at least 11 away or neutral site contests since 2000 when Tech finished with 12 wins away from Lubbock. u The Oklahoma match marked the first time Tech had taken a ranked opponent to five sets since falling to the Sooners, 3-2, on Oct. 11, 2006 at home. u The Red Raiders’ win over New Mexico was Tech’s 14th-straight over a non-conference opponent, the school’s longest such run since winning 22-straight over the course of the 1996-97 seasons. u The Red Raiders have held their opponents to a combined .160 hitting percentage so far this season, which is the lowest in the Big 12. Iowa State currently ranks second as its opponents are hitting .162 followed by Texas at .176. u The North Texas match snapped a seven-match streak where the Red Raiders had claimed a 3-0 sweep. The run was Tech’s longest since opening the 1998 season with eight-straight sweeps. u Texas Tech’s win over UT-Arlington marked the program’s third tournament title of the season, a feat that had not been previously accomplished since the 2000 season. u Tech has also held four of its opponents to a negative hitting percentage, which prior to the year had not been accomplished since facing Northwestern State on Sept. 2, 2010.

At home...........................................................................4-6 On the road.....................................................................5-8 Neutral site......................................................................6-0 Big 12 Play.................................................................... 1-13 Non-Conference........................................................ 14-2 At a tournament ....................................................... 11-1 On Television..................................................................0-3 Wearing red uniforms.................................................5-4 Wearing white uniforms............................................4-2 Wearing black uniforms.............................................6-8 Wearing camouflage uniforms................................0-1 Monday............................................................................2-0 Tuesday............................................................................1-1 Wednesday.....................................................................1-4 Friday................................................................................5-1 Saturday...........................................................................6-7 Against ranked opponents.......................................0-5 Top 5 opponents..........................................................0-0 Top 10 opponents........................................................0-2 Kills Leading......................................................................... 13-3 Trailing........................................................................... 2-12 Tied....................................................................................0-0 Blocks Leading......................................................................... 11-5 Trailing..............................................................................1-9 Tied....................................................................................3-1 Digs Leading............................................................................9-3 Trailing........................................................................... 5-12 Tied....................................................................................1-0 Attack Percentage Leading......................................................................... 14-3 Trailing........................................................................... 1-12 Service Aces Leading......................................................................... 11-1 Trailing........................................................................... 3-11 Tied....................................................................................1-2 Hitting Percentage Hitting .300 or better..................................................5-0 Hitting .250 to .299......................................................4-0 Hitting .200 to .249......................................................4-3 Hitting .100 to .199................................................... 2-10 Hitting below .100.......................................................0-2 Opponents hitting above .300................................0-2 Opponents hitting .250 to .299...............................1-7 Opponents hitting .200 to .249...............................0-2 Opponents hitting .100 to .199...............................4-4 Holding opponents below .100........................... 10-0 In three sets................................................................. 11-7 In four sets......................................................................2-5 In five sets.......................................................................2-3 Winning set one......................................................... 14-3 Winning set two......................................................... 13-3 Winning set three...................................................... 13-3 Winning set four...........................................................3-2 Losing set one............................................................ 1-12 Losing set two............................................................ 2-12 Losing set three.......................................................... 2-12 Losing set four...............................................................1-6


MATCH NOTES OPENING SET A KEY FOR TECH The Red Raiders have found success this season when opening the match with a first-set victory as Tech is 14-3 when doing so. Where Tech has struggled is overcoming an early deficit as the Red Raiders are only 1-12 when dropping the opening set. FLORA MAKING QUICK CHANGES TO TECH Prior to his arrival, Texas Tech had only 11 wins over its last three seasons. Don Flora surpassed that total in mid-September. Now, the first-year head coach is aiming to put Tech in the midst of the Big 12 race as the Red Raiders have only won three conference matches during the past three years. TECH AMONG TOP 100 IN FIRST RPI POLL Tech was among the top 100 schools listed in the inaugural ratings percentage index poll released by the NCAA. The Red Raiders were picked 93rd overall, a step up from previous seasons when Tech would not have been among the top 100 ranked. Tech moved down 10 spots to 103rd overall in this week’s poll. TECH SELECTED FOR TWO TV APPEARANCES Two of Tech’s home matches will be broadcast locally by Ramar Communications. The Red Raiders’ matches against Texas A&M (Oct. 19) and Texas (Nov. 9) will be aired on Fox News Now, which is channel No. 9 on Suddenlink in the Lubbock area. RED RAIDERS SCORE COME-FROM-BEHIND WIN Tech’s come-from-behind win over New Mexico marked the second time this season the Red Raiders had overcome a deficit on the road. After winning the first set, Tech dropped the next two games before rallying to win the final two in the Red Raiders’ first five-set match of the year. Tech had previously overcome an early one-set deficit to defeat North Texas on Sept. 19 in Denton. RANGEL STEPS UP AT NEW MEXICO Dravon Rangel not only moved back into the starting lineup at New Mexico, but she also played a huge part in Tech’s 3-2 victory. The sophomore, who was starting in place of Aubree Piper, delivered a school-record 14 block assists in the match, breaking the previous single-match record of 11 that was last set by current director of operations Amy Gandy on Nov. 15, 2006 against Iowa State. RED RAIDERS BREAK BLOCKING MILESTONE Tech snapped a 19-year-old school record at New Mexico with 37 block assists against the Lobos, surpassing the previous milestone of 36 that was set against Utah State on Sept. 10, 1982. The Red Raiders finished with a season-high 19.5 blocks in the match as opposed to New Mexico’s six total. IOWA STATE SNAPS TECH’S WINNING STREAK Iowa State snapped the Red Raiders’ 13-match winning streak with a 3-0 victory in Tech’s Big 12 opener. The loss ended Tech’s longest run since the 1996 season where the Red Raiders got off to a 15-0 start. Tech, which had not lost a match since the season opener at TCU, dropped its fourth-straight Big 12 opener, falling to 6-10 in conference openers. TECH OPENS CONFERENCE ATOP STANDINGS After a successful start to the season, Tech began Big 12 action atop the conference standings for the first time since 1997 with a 13-1 record. The Red Raiders, who were also 13-1 at that point, finished

the 1997 season 23-11 overall, barely missing out on the NCAA Tournament. FLORA JOINS ELITE COMPANY IN RECORD BOOK When then athletics director Gerald Meyers hired Don Flora last January, he knew he was getting a proven head coach with an impressive record. Flora has proved Meyers’ pick to be a solid choice as Tech is 13-1 on the year, the best record through 14 matches for a first-year head coach in school history. The California native passed Donna Martin, who led Tech to a 12-2 start in 1985 as the Red Raiders eventually ended the year 19-9 overall. Flora entered the year as one of the winningest coaches all-time in NCAA history after compiling a 269-59 record over 11 seasons at the University of La Verne in California. SENIORS ENJOYING FINAL SEASON AT TECH Seniors Amanda Dowdy and Karlyn Meyers have to be enjoying their final season in a Texas Tech uniform. The duo won a combined 11 games over their first three seasons, one less than Tech’s total so far this year. Don Flora marked the fourth head coach to lead the duo as the co-captains started their careers under Nancy Todd in 2008. Now, Dowdy and Meyers are off to one of the best seasons in school history while both are also climbing the Tech record book in several categories. TEXAS TECH INVITATIONAL MARKS A FIRST The Red Raiders’ tournament win last weekend at the Texas Tech Invitational was the program’s first since it claimed the North Texas Tournament to start the 2008 season. Tech had also not won its own home tournament since 2004 when the Red Raiders defeated UTPA, UTEP, and North Texas as part of the Red Raider Classic. DAVID ADDS TO WEEKLY AWARD WINNERS Breeann David became the second Texas Tech player to earn a Big 12 weekly award this week as she was named the conference Rookie of the Week on Monday. David joins teammate Aubree Piper as a weekly award winner after Piper earned Defensive Player of the Week honors a week ago. It marked the first time in school history that two different players had been honored in the same season. PIPER HONORED ON BIG 12 WEEKLY AWARDS Prior to Tuesday night’s match at Texas-Pan American, sophomore Aubree Piper was named the Big 12 Conference Defensive Player of the Week for her performance during the Texas Tech Invitational. Piper finished with 21 blocks to go along with 15 kills on the weekend, matching her single-game highs for total blocks and block assists in the process. No Tech player had been previously honored with a Big 12 weekly award since Amanda Dowdy was named the conference Rookie of the Week on Sept. 15, 2008. DOWDY LEADS TECH ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Amanda Dowdy was one of three Red Raiders named to the Texas Tech Invitational all-tournament team as the senior picked up most valuable player honors. Fellow senior Karlyn Meyers and junior Miara Cave were also honored as the Red Raiders claimed the tournament title following a 3-0 weekend. DOWDY, CAVE MAKE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Texas Tech senior Amanda Dowdy and junior Miara Cave were both named to the TCU Invitational AllTournament team after leading the Red Raiders to a second-place showing.

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AVCA TOP 25 POLL Rk. School Pts. Rec. LW 1. USC (41) 1,488 24-4 1 2. Nebraska (2) 1,424 23-3 4 3. Hawaii (5) 1,289 26-1 6 4. UCLA 1,229 24-5 2 5. Texas 1,215 20-4 9 6. Stanford 1,180 21-6 5 7. Illinois 1,062 25-4 7 8. Purdue 1,041 25-4 8 9. Penn State 1,023 21-7 12 10. California 987 25-6 3 11. Washington 934 21-7 10 12. Northern Iowa 878 30-1 11 13. Oregon 807 20-8 15 14. Iowa State 763 22-4 13 15. Tennessee 686 26-3 14 16. Kentucky 560 26-4 16 17. Florida 541 23-6 17 18. Pepperdine 519 21-6 18 19. Minnesota 364 16-11 19 20. San Diego 328 27-4 20 21. Florida State 297 24-5 21 22. Michigan 201 19-11 23 23. Long Beach State 174 20-6 24 24. Western Kentucky 108 31-3 NR 25. Miami (Fla.) 75 24-4 22 Receiving Votes: Colorado State 58; Texas A&M 52; Ohio State 42; Dayton 29; Michigan State 29; Tulsa 29; Arizona 24; Northern Illinois 15; Duke 13; Cincinnati 11; Kansas State 11; Oregon State 11.

BIG 12 PRESEASON POLL Rank 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Team (First-place votes) Texas (7) Iowa State (2) Oklahoma Texas A&M Missouri Baylor Kansas Kansas State Texas Tech

Points 63 53 53 43 32 30 22 20 8

TECH IN NCAA STATS TEAM RANKINGS

As of matches through Nov. 20

Blocks per set____________________ 14th (2.78) Aces per set_____________________ 186th (1.15) Assists per set__________________ 161th (11.62) Digs per set____________________ 209th (14.39) Hitting percentage_______________ 153rd (.201) Kills per set____________________ 174th (12.38) Win/loss percentage_____________ 156th (.500) INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS

As of matches through Nov. 20

Amanda Dowdy Kills per set_______________________41st (4.05) Points per set_____________________51st (4.51) Mikia Mills Blocks per set___________________ 137th (1.02) Aubree Piper Blocks per set___________________ 172nd (0.99) Karlyn Meyers Assists per set___________________ 137th (9.63)

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MORE BALANCE, BETTER RESULTS If there was one consistent variable in Tech’s opening weekend, it would be that the Red Raiders have more balance on offense. The trio of Amanda Dowdy, Miara Cave, and Breeann David all had at least 10 kills each in both of the first two matches. In the process, Tech’s hitting percentage rose to a .256 average over three matches, including a .388 mark against UConn, the Red Raiders’ highest attacking percentage since defeating South Florida in three sets on Sept. 9, 2006. DAVID JOINS ELITE COMPANY Since the Red Raiders joined the Big 12 in 1996, no Tech freshman has begun her career with doubledigit kill figures in back-to-back matches. That is until Breeann David. The Denver City product finished with 11 kills against TCU and followed with 14 the following day against UConn. David finished with a .500 hitting percentage against UConn as she was 14-for-24 on the attack en route to posting Tech’s highest individual hitting percentage since Barbara Conceicao recorded a .526 average on Sept. 11, 2009 against Gonzaga. DOWDY NAMED TO PRESEASON ALL-BIG 12 Senior Amanda Dowdy was recognized prior to the season as Tech’s only selection on the Preseason All-Big 12 team. Dowdy was among the top offensive players in the conference a year ago en route to be selected to the All-Big 12 first team following the season. This marks the second-straight season Dowdy has been honored on the preseason and first as a unanimous selection. MEYERS ADDS EXPERIENCE AT SETTER With such a young roster, the Red Raiders will rely on senior setter Karlyn Meyers at the setter posi-

tion. A two-year starter, Meyers is one of the mostaccomplished setters in school history as she is already among the top 10 all-time in career assists and assists per set average. RED RAIDERS WILL BE YOUNG Texas Tech will be one of the younger teams in the country as 15 of the program’s 21 players are listed as either a freshman or sophomore. Two of the squad’s six upperclassmen, juniors Ciara Gibson and Kelly Chiffer, will both redshirt this season, giving the Red Raiders only four upperclassmen on the court - seniors Amanda Dowdy and Karlyn Meyers and juniors Miara Cave and Tory Vaughan. FLORA ADDS VETERAN ASSISTANT IN CORONEL One of the first things Don Flora said he wanted once he arrived at Texas Tech was to hire another proven assistant. He got his wish when Jojit Coronel compiled the Tech staff. Coronel, the head coach at George Washington the previous 10 seasons, joins fellow assistant Beth Falls and director of operations Amy Gandy. DAVID LOOKS TO FOLLOW FAMILY LEGACY Breeann David’s commitment to Texas Tech last spring not only gave the program one of the top recruits in the country, but it continued a family legacy. David’s mother, the former Megan McGuire, was a standout volleyball athlete for Tech in the 1980s while her father, Stan David, starred on the football team during the same time before being drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the 1984 NFL Draft. Both her mother and aunt, Susan Kelly McGuire, are still among the top 10 in school history of every blocking category. David’s older sister, Leah David, is also the team’s student manager.

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RED RAIDERS BOAST 12 NEWCOMERS Soon after his hire, Don Flora immediately hit the recruiting trail, traveling all over the country trying to build the Tech roster. The hard work paid off as the Red Raiders boast 12 newcomers to this year’s roster, including nine high school prospects. RANGEL BACK IN ACTION AFTER INJURY Dravon Rangel will be back in action for the first time in almost a year this week as the redshirt sophomore missed almost all of last season with a knee injury. Rangel played in two matches of the season-opening Rice Tournament before receiving a medical redshirt at the conclusion of the season. Rangel will be making her return nearly 15 minutes from her hometown of Grand Prairie. RED RAIDERS ADD SETTER TRANSFER, HRAGYIL Tech added depth to the setter position last spring as Nicole Hragyil became the first commitment of the Don Flora era, joining the program at midterm just in time to participate in spring drills. Hragyil adds depth for the Red Raiders as she will join Brandy Huskey as a backup to Karlyn Meyers. Both Hragyil and Huskey will also see time as a back row specialist. TECH PICKED TO FINISH NINTH IN BIG 12 PLAY The Red Raiders did not receive the preseason vote of confidence they hoped for as Tech was picked to finish last in the nine-team Big 12 Conference. Texas was picked to win the conference championship in a vote of the league coaches. Iowa State and Oklahoma followed in a tie for second.


HEAD COACH DON FLORA tory, Flora established a winning culture unmatched by many as the Leopards recorded only one losing season during his tenure - his first season in 1998. La Verne posted at least 20 wins in nine-straight seasons beginning in 2000 as the Leopards claimed nine-straight Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference titles. During Flora’s tenure, the Leopards were 140-10 in SCIAC matches, boasting an impressive .933 winning percentage. La Verne posted undefeated 14-0 campaigns in league play five times in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, and 2008. As the success kept building early in Flora’s tenure, so did the achievements at the national level. In only Flora’s fourth season, the Leopards wrapped a nearperfect 27-1 season with the 2001 NCAA Division III National Title, the second in school history. The title run earned Flora the Division III National Coach of the Year honor by both the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) and Volleyball Magazine. He was also named the AVCA West Region Coach of the Year, an award he was presented three more times in his tenure following the 2003, 2005, and 2008 seasons.

DON FLORA Head Coach First Season • University of La Verne ‘90

With a national title under his belt, Flora’s success kept rolling as the Leopards eventually posted their first 30-win season in 2003, which began a streak of three-straight seasons where La Verne advanced to the NCAA Final Four. The Leopards posted a schoolrecord 33 wins a season later. The Leopards posted 27 wins in each of Flora’s final three seasons at the school, which culminated in another national title match appearance in 2008. Unlike 2001, however, La Verne was topped in the championship, falling to Emory in four sets.

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In his spare time, Flora is heavily involved the USA High Performance along with various club circuits and junior development programs in the southwest region and across the nation. His multi-faceted summer camps are among the nation’s finest youth programs and have become a popular event in Lubbock since his arrival. Flora, a native of Covina, Calif., and his wife, Jeanne, currently reside in Lubbock with their two daughters, Annika and Alexis. Jeanne Flora is a highly-regarded professor in the field of Family and Interpersonal Communications. She will continue to teach via video teleconference for New Mexico State where she has worked the past two years.

THE FLORA FILE Birthday....................................................... Sept. 9, 1968 Hometown............................................... La Verne, Calif. High School........................................... Charter Oak ‘86 College....................................................La Verne ‘90, ‘00 Undergraduate Degree......................Social Sciences Masters Degree........Leadership and Management Wife............................................................................Jeanne Daughters................................................. Annika, Alexis

FLORA YEAR-BY-YEAR YEAR SCHOOL

OVERALL

CONF

1998 La Verne

12-14

9-3

1999 La Verne

15-7

9-3

2000 La Verne

25-2

13-1

2001* La Verne

27-1

13-1

2002 La Verne

22-6

14-0

2003 La Verne

30-3

14-0

2004 La Verne

33-4

14-0

hrough 11 years as a head coach, Don Flora has become one of the winningest coaches in NCAA history. He hopes to continue that tradition in his first season at Texas Tech after being named the eighth volleyball coach in school history on Jan. 7, 2011.

The match ended up to being Flora’s final one with the Leopards, wrapping a successful tenure that included a 25-8 mark in NCAA Tournament matches. La Verne wrapped the year ranked in the top 10 nationally for the ninth-consecutive season which had only been done by two other programs during that span.

One of the top coaching prospects in the country following the 2010 season, Flora arrives at Tech with a 269-59 career record during his 11 seasons as the head coach at the University of La Verne in California.

2005 La Verne

24-9

13-1

During his tenure, Flora coached two national players of the year in Ryan Winn (2001) and Amy Smith (2003) along with seven SCIAC Players of the Year and numerous AVCA All-America selections.

2006 La Verne

27-3

13-1

2007 La Verne

27-7

14-0

2008 La Verne

27-3

14-0

Flora actually got his start in coaching with the La Verne men’s program in 1993, leading the squad for five seasons while also assisting with the women’s program that was under renowned coach Jim Paschal at that time. He would take over as the head coach of the women’s team prior to the 1998 season. As if coaching was not enough, Flora was also involved with another significant arm of the athletics department – fundraising. He was named the Assistant Athletics Director in charge of Development in 1994, a position he would hold until 2007.

2009^ New Mexico St.

18-13

12-4

2010^ New Mexico St.

19-9

13-3

2011 Texas Tech

15-15

1-13

Totals

321-96

As Head Coach

284-74 141-22

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Entering the 2011 season, Flora currently ranks as the 12th winningest coach all-time among those with 10 years of experience at any level of NCAA play. His .820 career winning percentage is 15th among active coaches with five years of experience and third all-time at the Division III level. The California native comes to Tech following a two-year stint as an assistant coach at New Mexico State where the Aggies, consistently one of the top programs nationally, compiled a 38-22 record. Flora was responsible for recruiting activities, practice instruction and game strategy and was involved in the daily development of the overall program under head coach Mike Jordan. The desire to eventually become a head coach at the Division I level was enticing enough for Flora to leave his alma mater at La Verne following the 2008 season. Already the winningest coach in school his-

166-29

As Asst. Coach 37-22 25-7 * NCAA Division III National Champions ^ Assistant Coach

Flora graduated with a degree in social sciences from La Verne in 1990 before later returning to the classroom to earn his masters in the Leadership and Management curriculum. While volleyball is his main focus now, Flora chose to be a three-sport athlete while in school, competing on the football, tennis and volleyball squads where he was a two-time all-conference setter.

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NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. NAME

HT.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22 23 24

5-7 5-3 5-11 5-11 5-7 5-11 6-2 5-11 5-5 6-1 6-3 5-7 6-1 5-10 5-1 5-8 5-10 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-11

Sheridan Burgess Abby McGinnis Karlyn Meyers Miara Cave Tory Vaughan Breeann David Dravon Rangel Kate Foley Megan Dominguez Brogan Prior-Newburn Amanda Dowdy Nicole Hragyil Aubree Piper Brandy Huskey Hannah Salyer Amshatar Stephenson Amy Rose Mikia Mills Kelly Chiffer Sam Podraza Ciara Gibson

POS. CLASS-EX. DS/OH DS SET OPP/OH LIB/DS OH MB OPP/OH DS MB OH SET MB/OH SET DS MB OH MB OH/OPP MB OH

So-1L Fr-HS Sr-3L Jr-2L Jr-2L Fr-HS So-RS Fr-HS Fr-HS Fr-HS Sr-3L Fr-TR So-1L So-1L So-SQ Fr-HS Fr-HS Fr-HS Jr-TR Fr-HS Jr-TR

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER HOMETOWN/LAST SCHOOL Amarillo, Texas/Amarillo Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch China Springs, Texas/China Springs San Antonio, Texas/Roosevelt San Antonio, Texas/Churchill Denver City, Texas/Denver City Grand Prairie, Texas/Mississippi State Houston, Texas/Clear Lake El Paso, Texas/Chapin Castle Rock, Colo./Highlands Ranch Lexington, Texas/Lexington Carrollton, Texas/Tulsa Amarillo, Texas/Randall Columbus, Texas/Columbus Georgetown, Texas/Georgetown Garland, Texas/Parish Episcopal Monahans, Texas/Monahans Fontana, Calif./Etiwanda Seal Beach, Calif./Cypress College San Diego, Calif./Scripps Ranch Houston, Texas/Kentucky State

NO. NAME 1 Sheridan Burgess 4 Miara Cave 22 Kelly Chiffer 6 Breeann David 9 Megan Dominguez 11 Amanda Dowdy 8 Kate Foley 24 Ciara Gibson 14 Brandy Huskey 12 Nicole Hragyil 2 Abby McGinnis 3 Karlyn Meyers 21 Mikia Mills 23 Sam Podraza 10 Brogan Prior-Newburn 13 Aubree Piper 7 Dravon Rangel 20 Amy Rose 15 Hannah Salyer 19 Amshatar Stephenson 5 Tory Vaughan

POS. DS/OH RS/OH OH/OPP OH DS OH OPP/OH OH SET SET DS SET MB MB MB MB/OH MB OH DS MB/OH LIB/DS

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Don Flora (1st Season) Assistant Coach: Jojit Coronel (1st Season) Assistant Coach: Beth Falls (6th Season) Director of Operations: Amy Gandy (3rd Season) Strength and Conditioning: Katie Munger Athletic Trainer: Imelda Garcia

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY POSITION Setter_____________________________________ 3 _______________________Huskey, Hragyil, Meyers Outside Hitter______________________________ 9 ____________ Burgess, Cave, Chiffer, David, Dowdy _____________________ Foley, Gibson, Piper, Rose Opposite__________________________________ 4 ____________________Cave, Foley, Chiffer, Wagner Middle Blocker_____________________________ 6 ____________ Mills, Prior-Newburn, Piper, Podraza, __________________________Rangel, Stephenson Defensive Specialist/Libero___________________ 5 ________________ Burgess, Dominguez, McGinnis, _____________________________ Salyer, Vaughan BY CLASSIFICATION Seniors___________________________________ 2 ______________________________Dowdy, Meyers Juniors____________________________________ 4 _________________ Cave, Chiffer, Gibson, Vaughan Sophomore________________________________ 5 ____________ Burgess, Husker, Piper, Rangel, Salyer Freshmen________________________________ 10 ___________ David, Dominguez, Hragyil, McGinnis, _____________ Mills, Neill, Podraza, Prior-Newburn, ___________________________ Rose, Stephenson

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BY HOME STATE California__________________________________ 3 _________________________Chiffer, Mills, Podraza Colorado__________________________________ 1 ______________________________ Prior-Newburn Texas____________________________________ 17 ______________ Burgess, Cave, David, Dominguez, __________ Dowdy, Foley, Gibson, Huskey, Hragyil, ________________McGinnis, Meyers, Piper, Rangel, ______________Rose, Salyer, Stephenson, Vaughan

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Sheridan Burgess Miara Cave Kelly Chiffer Megan Dominguez Kate Foley Ciara Gibson Nicole Hragyil Karlyn Meyers Mikia Mills Brogran Prior-Newburn Sam Podraza Dravon Rangel Hannah Salyer Amshatar Stephenson

Bur-JESS Me-AIR-ah Shy-fur Doh-MING-ez FOH-lee Sea-ah-rah RAH-gil KAR-lin My-KEY-ah Bro-GAN Pah-DRAH-zah Drey-VON SAW-yur Am-SHAH-tear


RADIO/TV ROSTER

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Sheridan Burgess DS/OH • 5-7 • So-1L Amarillo, Texas Amarillo H.S.

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Dravon Rangel

2

Abby McGinnis DS • 5-3 • Fr-HS Katy, Texas Cinco Ranch H.S.

8

Kate Foley

MB • 6-2 • So-RS Grand Prairie, Texas Mississippi State

RS/OH • 5-11 • Fr-HS Houston, Texas Clear Lake H.S.

13

14

Aubree Piper

MB/OH • 6-1 • So-1L Amarillo, Texas Canyon Randall H.S.

Brandy Huskey SET • 5-10 • So-1L Columbus, Texas Columbus H.S.

3

4

SET • 5-11 • Sr-3L China Springs, Texas China Springs H.S.

RS/OH • 5-11 • Jr-2L San Antonio, Texas Roosevelt H.S.

Karlyn Meyers

9

10

Megan Dominguez Brogan Prior-Newburn DS/LIB • 5-5 • Fr-HS El Paso, Texas Chapin H.S.

15

Hannah Salyer

DS • 5-1 • So-SQ Georgetown, Texas Georgetown H.S.

22

Kelly Chiffer

OH/OPP • 5-11 • Jr-TR Seal Beach, Calif. Cypress College

Don Flora

Head Coach 1st Season

Miara Cave

MB • 6-1 • Fr-HS Castle Rock, Colo. Highlands Ranch H.S.

19

Amshatar Stephenson MB/OH • 5-8 • Fr-HS Garland, Texas Parish Episcopal H.S.

23

Sam Podraza

MB • 6-0 • Fr-HS San Diego, Calif. Scripps Ranch H.S.

Jojit Coronel

DS/LIB • 5-7 • Jr-2L San Antonio, Texas Churchill H.S.

11

Amanda Dowdy OH • 6-3 • Sr-3L Lexington, Texas Lexington H.S.

20

Amy Rose

OH • 5-10 • Fr-HS Monahans, Texas Monahans H.S.

6

Breeann David

OH • 5-11 • Fr-HS Denver City, Texas Denver City H.S.

12

Nicole Hragyil SET • 5-7 • Fr-TR Carrollton, Texas Tulsa

21

Mikia Mills

MB • 5-11 • Fr-HS Fontana, Calif. Etiwanda H.S.

Ciara Gibson

OH • 5-11 • Jr-TR Houston, Texas Kentucky State

Assistant Coach 6th Season

Tory Vaughan

24

Beth Falls

Assistant Coach 1st Season

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MATCH HIGHS

TEAM HIGHS ATTACK PERCENT (K-E-TA) .388 (52-12-103)________ vs UConn (Aug 27, 2011) .348 (43-12- 89)___ vs Grambling St. (Sep 09, 2011) .329 (36-10- 79)__ vs Cent. Arkansas (Sep 02, 2011) .314 (47-15-102)_____at North Texas (Sep 19, 2011) .309 (45-16- 94)____ at UT Arlington (Sep 17, 2011) KILLS (K-E-TA) 65 (65-31-161) 5s___ at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 63 (63-26-209) 5s_____ vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 61 (61-25-153) 5s_ at San Jose State (Nov 15, 2011) 60 (60-27-177) 5s_____vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) 57 (57-27-163) 4s__________ at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) KILLS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) 52 (52-12-103)_________ vs UConn (Aug 27, 2011) 45 (45-16- 94)______ at UT Arlington (Sep 17, 2011) 44 (44-13-104)________vs Lafayette (Sep 17, 2011) 43 (43-12- 89)___vs Grambling State (Sep 09, 2011) 42 (42-17- 95)__ vs Southeastern La. (Sep 09, 2011) KILLS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) 57 (57-27-163)____________ at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) 56 (56-22-166)__ vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011) 54 (54-25-136)_________at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011) 54 (54-21-151)_____ at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011) KILLS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) 65 (65-31-161)_____ at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 63 (63-26-209)_______ vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 209 (63-26-209) 5s____ vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 196 (54-29-196) 5s_______ vs Baylor (Oct 26, 2011) 177 (60-27-177) 5s____vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) 166 (56-22-166) 4s__vs Morehead St (Sep 03, 2011) 163 (57-27-163) 4s_________ at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) 122 (28-22-122)______vs Iowa State (Sep 24, 2011) 120 (34-13-120)_________ at Baylor (Oct 05, 2011) 119 (42-20-119)__ at Louisiana Tech (Sep 10, 2011) 115 (35-19-115)_______at Iowa State (Nov 5, 2011) 111 (33-19-111)_________ vs TEXAS (Nov 09, 2011) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) 166 (56-22-166)____vs Morehead St (Sep 03, 2011) 163 (57-27-163)___________ at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) 153 (49-25-153)________ vs Kansas (Nov 12, 2011) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) 209 (63-26-209)______ vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 196 (54-29-196)_________ vs Baylor (Oct 26, 2011) ASSISTS 60 (5s)__________ at San Jose State (Nov 15, 2011) 59 (5s)____________ at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 58 (5s)______________vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) 57 (5s)______________ vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 54 (4s)____________ at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011) ASSISTS 3-SETS 49___________________ vs UConn (Aug 27, 2011) 40____________vs Grambling State (Sep 09, 2011) 39_____________ at Louisiana Tech (Sep 10, 2011) 39_______________ at UT Arlington (Sep 17, 2011) 39_________ vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Sep 17, 2011) ASSISTS 4-SETS 54_______________ at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011) 53____________ vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011) 52______________________ at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) 12

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OPPONENT TEAM HIGHS ASSISTS 5-SET 60_____________ at San Jose State (Nov 15, 2011) 59_______________ at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 58_________________vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) DIGS 98 (5s)______________ vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 97 (5s)_________________ vs Baylor (Oct 26, 2011) 80 (4s)_________ vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011) 79 (4s)___________________ at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) 75 (4s)____________ at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011)

ATTACK PERCENT (K-E-TA) .396 (49- 7-106)__________ vs Texas (Nov 09, 2011) .323 (47-15- 99)___________ at Texas (Oct 12, 2011) KILLS (K-E-TA) 68 (68-23-206) 5s_____vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 63 (63-34-179) 5s____ vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) KILLS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) 51 (51-18-127)__________ at Baylor (Oct 05, 2011) 49 (49- 7-106)___________ vs Texas (Nov 09, 2011)

DIGS 3-SETS 64_____________ at Louisiana Tech (Sep 10, 2011) 50__________________at Iowa State (Nov 5, 2011) 50____________________ at Baylor (Oct 05, 2011) 47___________ vs Central Arkansas (Sep 02, 2011) 45_________________vs Iowa State (Sep 24, 2011)

KILLS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) 61 (61-18-151)_________ vs Kansas (Nov 12, 2011) 60 (60-34-148)__________at Kansas (Oct 22, 2011)

DIGS 4-SETS 80____________ vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011) 79______________________ at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) 75_______________ at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 206 (68-23-206) 5s____vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 193 (60-27-193) 5s_______ vs Baylor (Oct 26, 2011)

DIGS 5-SETS 98_________________ vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 97____________________ vs Baylor (Oct 26, 2011) 71_________________vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) ACES 12____________vs Grambling State (Sep 09, 2011) 9____________ vs Southeastern La. (Sep 09, 2011) 7____________________at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011) 7________________ at UT Arlington (Sep 17, 2011) 6__________ vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Sep 17, 2011) BLOCKS 19.5______________ at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 19.0________________vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) 17.5___________ vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011) 16.0________ vs Northwestern State (Sep 02, 2011) 14.0__________________at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011) 12.0____________ at San Jose State (Nov 15, 2011) 12.0__________ vs Central Arkansas (Sep 02, 2011) 12.0________ vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Sep 17, 2011) 12.0_____________________ at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) 11.0____________ at Louisiana Tech (Sep 10, 2011) 11.0___________________ at Baylor (Oct 05, 2011)

KILLS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) 68 (68-23-206)_______vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) 127 (51-18-127)_________ at Baylor (Oct 05, 2011) 126 (27-25-126)__ at Louisiana Tech (Sep 10, 2011) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) 191 (57-33-191)___ vs Morehead St (Sep 03, 2011) 161 (58-17-161)___ at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011) TOTAL ATTEMPTS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) 206 (68-23-206)______vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) ASSISTS 64 (5s)______________vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 60 (5s)__________ at San Jose State (Nov 15, 2011) ASSISTS 3-SETS 48________________ vs Iowa State (Sep 24, 2011) 47____________________ vs Texas (Nov 09, 2011) ASSISTS 4-SETS 57___________________ vs Kansas (Nov 12, 2011) 55____________ vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011) ASSISTS 5-SETS 64_________________vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) DIGS 103 (5s)________________ vs Baylor (Oct 26, 2011) 99 (5s)______________vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) DIGS 3-SETS 66________________ vs Iowa State (Sep 24, 2011) 64____________________ at Baylor (Oct 05, 2011) DIGS 4-SETS 86____________ vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011) 74______________________at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) DIGS 5-SETS 103 (5s)________________ vs Baylor (Oct 26, 2011) ACES 10__________________ at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011) 9______________________ at Texas (Oct 12, 2011) 9_______________ at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011) BLOCKS 15.0______________ vs Kansas State (Oct 08, 2011) 14.0_________________ at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011)


MATCH HIGHS

TEXAS TECH VOLLEYBALL

INDIVIDUAL HIGHS ATTACK PERCENT (K-E-TA) minimum 8 kills .667 ( 8- 0-12)________________Mills, Mikia vs Grambling State (Aug 27, 2011) .615 ( 9- 1-13)_______________ Cave, Miara vs Central Arkansas (Sep 02, 2011) .615 ( 8- 0-13)___________ Piper, Aubree vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Sep 17, 2011) .500 (14- 2-24)___________________ David, Breeann vs UConn (Aug 27, 2011) .476 (13- 3-21)______________________ Cave, Miara vs UConn (Aug 27, 2011) KILLS (K-E-TA) 26 (26-14-64) 5s_____________ Dowdy, Amanda at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 22 (22- 5-58) 4s_________________ Dowdy, Amanda at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011) 22 (22- 5-64) 5s_______________ Dowdy, Amanda vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) 21 (21- 6-66) 4s_____________ Dowdy, Amanda at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011) KILLS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) 18 (18- 3-36)____________________ Dowdy, Amanda vs UConn (Aug 27, 2011) 15 (15- 3-27)_______________ Dowdy, Amanda at UT Arlington (Sep 17, 2011) 15 (15-10-40)________________Dowdy, Amanda vs Kansas State (Oct 08, 2011) 14 (14- 2-24)_____________________ David, Breeann vs UConn (Aug 27, 2011) 14 (14- 7-42)__________________ Dowdy, Amanda at Iowa State (Nov 5, 2011)

POINTS 5-SETS 28.0 (26- 0- 2.0)______________ Dowdy, Amanda at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 25.0 (22- 0- 3.0)_______________ Dowdy, Amanda vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) 23.0 (19- 3- 1.0)____________ Dowdy, Amanda at San Jose State (Nov 15, 2011) ASSISTS 54 (5s)_____________________Meyers, Karlyn at San Jose State (Nov 15, 2011) 49 (5s)______________________ Meyers, Karlyn at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 49 (5s)________________________ Meyers, Karlyn vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 47 (4s)__________________________ Meyers, Karlyn at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011) 46 (5s)________________________ Meyers, Karlyn vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) ASSISTS 3-SETS 42_____________________________ Meyers, Karlyn vs UConn (Aug 27, 2011) 34______________________Meyers, Karlyn vs Central Arkansas (Sep 02, 2011) 34_________________________ Meyers, Karlyn at UT Arlington (Sep 17, 2011) 33_________________________ Meyers, Karlyn vs Kansas State (Oct 08, 2011) 32___________________ Meyers, Karlyn vs Louisiana-Lafayette (Sep 17, 2011)

KILLS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) 22 (22- 5-58)___________________ Dowdy, Amanda at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011) 21 (21- 6-66)_______________ Dowdy, Amanda at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011) 19 (19- 7-62)______________________ Dowdy, Amanda at TCU (Aug 26, 2011)

ASSISTS 4-SETS 47_____________________________ Meyers, Karlyn at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011) 44______________________ Meyers, Karlyn vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011) 42________________________________ Meyers, Karlyn at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) 42______________________________Meyers, Karlyn vs Kansas (Nov 12, 2011)

KILLS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) 26 (26-14-64)________________ Dowdy, Amanda at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 22 (22- 5-64)_________________ Dowdy, Amanda vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) 19 (19- 8-47)______________ Dowdy, Amanda at San Jose State (Nov 15, 2011)

ASSISTS 5-SETS 54________________________Meyers, Karlyn at San Jose State (Nov 15, 2011) 49_________________________ Meyers, Karlyn at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 49___________________________ Meyers, Karlyn vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 76 (16-11-76) 5s__________________ Dowdy, Amanda vs Baylor (Oct 26, 2011) 66 (21- 6-66) 4s_____________ Dowdy, Amanda at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011) 64 (22- 5-64) 5s_______________ Dowdy, Amanda vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) 64 (26-14-64) 5s_____________ Dowdy, Amanda at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 62 (19- 7-62) 4s____________________ Dowdy, Amanda at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) 62 (18- 8-62) 5s_______________ Dowdy, Amanda vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011)

DIGS 31 (5s)____________________________ Vaughan, Tory vs Baylor (Oct 26, 2011) 28 (5s)______________________ Dowdy, Amanda vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 26 (5s)________________________ Vaughan, Tory vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 23 (4s)__________________Dowdy, Amanda vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011) 21 (4s)____________________Vaughan, Tory vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS 3-SETS (K-E-TA) 48 (10- 7-48)____________________Dowdy, Amanda vs Texas (Nov 09, 2011) 4 4 (11- 7-44)_______________ Dowdy, Amanda at Louisiana Tech (Sep 10, 2011) 42 (14- 7-42)__________________ Dowdy, Amanda at Iowa State (Nov 5, 2011) 40 (15-10-40)________________Dowdy, Amanda vs Kansas State (Oct 08, 2011) 39 (10- 5-39)______________________ David, Breeann at Baylor (Oct 05, 2011)

DIGS 3-SETS 18_______________________________ Vaughan, Tory at Baylor (Oct 05, 2011) 17______________________ Dowdy, Amanda at Louisiana Tech (Sep 10, 2011) 15_______________________ Dowdy, Amanda at UT Arlington (Sep 17, 2011) 15_____________________________ Dowdy, Amanda at Baylor (Oct 05, 2011) 14______________________Vaughan, Tory vs Prairie View A&M (Sep 16, 2011)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS 4-SETS (K-E-TA) 66 (21- 6-66)_______________ Dowdy, Amanda at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011) 62 (19- 7-62)______________________ Dowdy, Amanda at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) 58 (22- 5-58)___________________ Dowdy, Amanda at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011)

DIGS 4-SETS 23_____________________Dowdy, Amanda vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011) 21_______________________Vaughan, Tory vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011) 19________________________ Huskey, Brandy at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011) 18______________________________ Dowdy, Amanda at TCU (Aug 26, 2011)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS 5-SETS (K-E-TA) 76 (16-11-76)_____________________ Dowdy, Amanda vs Baylor (Oct 26, 2011) 64 (22- 5-64)_________________ Dowdy, Amanda vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) 64 (26-14-64)________________ Dowdy, Amanda at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011)

DIGS 5-SETS 31_______________________________ Vaughan, Tory vs Baylor (Oct 26, 2011) 28_________________________ Dowdy, Amanda vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011) 26___________________________ Vaughan, Tory vs Oklahoma (Oct 01, 2011)

POINTS 28.0 (26- 0- 2.0) 5s____________ Dowdy, Amanda at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 25.0 (22- 0- 3.0) 4s_______________ Dowdy, Amanda at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011) 25.0 (22- 0- 3.0) 5s_____________ Dowdy, Amanda vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) 23.5 (21- 1- 1.5) 4s___________ Dowdy, Amanda at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011) 23.0 (19- 3- 1.0) 5s__________ Dowdy, Amanda at San Jose State (Nov 15, 2011)

ACES 3______________________ Hragyil, Nicole vs Prairie View A&M (Sep 16, 2011) 3_____________________Vaughan, Tory vs Northwestern State (Sep 02, 2011) 3__________________________Piper, Aubree at Louisiana Tech (Sep 10, 2011) 3______________________ Huskey, Brandy vs Grambling State (Sep 09, 2011) 3_______________________ Vaughan, Tory vs Grambling State (Sep 09, 2011) 3_______________________ Dowdy, Amanda at San Jose State (Nov 15, 2011)

POINTS 3-SETS 18.0 (18- 0- 0.0)__________________ Dowdy, Amanda vs UConn (Aug 27, 2011) 16.0 (15- 1- 0.0)_____________ Dowdy, Amanda at UT Arlington (Sep 17, 2011) 15.5 (15- 0- 0.5)______________Dowdy, Amanda vs Kansas State (Oct 08, 2011) 15.5 (13- 1- 1.5)________Dowdy, Amanda vs Northwestern State (Sep 02, 2011) POINTS 4-SETS 25.0 (22- 0- 3.0)_________________ Dowdy, Amanda at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011) 23.5 (21- 1- 1.5)_____________ Dowdy, Amanda at Kansas State (Nov 19, 2011) 22.0 (19- 1- 2.0)____________________ Dowdy, Amanda at TCU (Aug 26, 2011) 18.0 (18- 0- 0.0)______________ Dowdy, Amanda at North Texas (Sep 19, 2011)

BLOCKS (BS-BA) 14 ( 0-14)____________________ Rangel, Dravon at New Mexico (Sep 26, 2011) 9 ( 3- 6)________________________ Rangel, Dravon at Missouri (Oct 15, 2011) 8 ( 1- 7)______________________ Rangel, Dravon vs Texas A&M (Oct 19, 2011) 8 ( 1- 7)________________ Piper, Aubree vs Northwestern State (Sep 02, 2011) 8 ( 0- 8)___________________ Piper, Aubree vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011) 8 ( 0- 8)______________________ Mills, Mikia at Louisiana Tech (Sep 10, 2011) 8 ( 0- 8)_____________________ Mills, Mikia vs Morehead State (Sep 03, 2011)

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MISCELLANEOUS STATS MATCH-BY-MATCH LEADERS DOUBLE-DOUBLES

TEXAS TECH VOLLEYBALL

BREEANN DAVID (1) at New Mexico (9/26) Career double-doubles: 1

KILLS DIGS Match (Date) 15 12 at TCU (8/26) vs. UConn (8/27)

Kills

Hitting %

Digs

Blocks

A. Dowdy (19)

M. Cave (.414)

A. Dowdy (18)

A. Piper (7)

K. Meyers (42)

A. Dowdy (18)

B. David (.500)

T. Vaughan (13)

S. Podraza (2)

K. Meyers (42)

B. David (2)

AMANDA DOWDY (22) KILLS DIGS M. Cave (2) at TCU (8/26) 19 18 vs. Grambling St. (8/27) S. Podraza (8) S. Podraza (.429) B. David (8) M. Mills (3) vs. UConn (8/27) 18 12 B. David (3) Central Arkansas (9/2) 12 11 Central Arkansas (9/2) A. Dowdy (12) M. Cave (.615) T. Vaughan (12) M. Mills (6) Northwestern State (9/2) 13 13 Northwestern St. (9/2) A. Dowdy (13) M. Cave (.400) A. Dowdy (13) A. Piper (8) Morehead State (9/3) 14 23 Morehead St. (9/3) M. Cave (15) M. Cave (.229) A. Dowdy (23) M. Mills (8) vs. Grambling State (9/9) 11 11 A. Piper (8) at Louisiana Tech (9/10) 11 17 M. Cave (9) B. David (.333) T. Vaughan (11) A. Piper (4) vs. Prairie View A&M (9/16) 10 10 at UTPA (9/6) B. David (9) vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (9/17) 10 11 A. Dowdy (9) at UT-Arlington (9/17) 15 15 M. Cave (4) at North Texas (9/19) 18 12 vs. Southeastern La. (9/9) A. Dowdy (13) A. Dowdy (.258) T. Vaughan (12) Iowa State (9/24) 10 10 vs. Grambling St. (9/9) A. Dowdy (11) A. Dowdy (.348) A. Dowdy (11) M. Dave (4) at New Mexico (9/26) 26 11 T. Vaughan (11) Oklahoma (10/1) 18 28 at Louisiana Tech (9/10) M. Cave (11) M. Cave (.421) A. Dowdy (17) M. Mills (8) at Baylor (10/5) 10 15 A. Dowdy (11) Texas A&M (10/19) 22 10 vs. Prairie View (9/16) A. Dowdy (10) A. Dowdy (.261) T. Vaughan (14) D. Rangel (7) at Kansas (10/22) 12 10 vs. Lafayette (9/17) A. Dowdy (10) A. Piper (.615) A. Dowdy (11) M. Cave (5) Baylor (10/26) 16 18 M. Mills (5) at Iowa State (11/5) 14 10 at UT-Arlington (9/17) A. Dowdy (15) A. Dowdy (.444) A. Dowdy (15) A. Piper (4) Kansas (11/12) 14 12 at North Texas (9/19) A. Dowdy (18) A. Dowdy (.457) A. Dowdy (12) M. Cave (5) at San Jose State (11/15) 19 14 Iowa State (9/24) A. Dowdy (10) A. Dowdy (.189) A. Dowdy (10) M. Cave (3) at Kansas State (11/19) 21 10 D. Rangel (3) Career double-doubles: 36 A. Piper (3) KARLYN MEYERS (7) ASSISTS DIGS at New Mexico (9/26) A. Dowdy (26) B. David (.387) T. Vaughan (20) D. Rangel (14) at TCU (8/26) 42 15 Oklahoma (10/1) A. Dowdy (18) A. Piper (.455) A. Dowdy (28) D. Rangel (4) at Louisiana Tech (9/10) 29 10 at Baylor (10/5) A. Dowdy (10) M. Cave (.304) T. Vaughan (18) D. Rangel (6) Oklahoma (10/1) 49 11 B. David (10) Texas A&M (10/19) 45 13 Kansas State (10/8) A. Dowdy (15) M. Cave (.227) N. Hragyil (8) D. Rangel (6) Baylor (10/26) 38 17 T. Vaughan (8) Kansas (11/12) 42 10 at Texas (10/12) A. Dowdy (12) A. Dowdy (.281) N. Hragyil (7) M. Mills (3) at Kansas State (11/19) 41 10 M. Cave (3) Career double-doubles: 10 at Missouri (10/15) A. Dowdy (22) A. Dowdy (.293) T. Vaughan (13) D. Rangel (9)

K. Meyers (27) K. Meyers (44) K. Meyers (28)

K. Meyers (32) B. Huskey (23) K. Meyers (29) K. Meyers (18) K. Meyers (32) K. Meyers (34) K. Meyers (36) K. Meyers (22)

K. Meyers (49) K. Meyers (49) K. Meyers (25) K. Meyers (33) K. Meyers (18) K. Meyers (47)

M. Cave (.303)

T. Vaughan (16)

D. Rangel (8)

at Kansas (10/22)

A. Dowdy (12)

M. Cave (.095)

B. Huskey (11)

D. Rangel (4)

K. Meyers (26)

Baylor (10/26)

A. Dowdy (16)

M. Cave (.273)

T. Vaughan (31)

M. Cave (4)

K. Meyers (38)

K. Meyers (46)

A. Piper (4)

at Texas A&M (11/2)

A. Dowdy (10)

A. Piper (.333)

T. Vaughan (9)

A. Piper (3)

K. Meyers (24)

at Iowa State (11/5)

A. Dowdy (14)

A. Dowdy (.167)

T. Vaughan (13)

K. Meyers (5)

K. Meyers (30)

Texas (11/9) Kansas (11/12)

A. Dowdy (10)

M. Cave (.471)

T. Vaughan (13)

M. Cave (10) A. Dowdy (14)

A. Piper (.269)

A. Piper (5) A. Dowdy (1)

K. Meyers (27)

D. Rangel (1)

A. Dowdy (12)

K. Meyers (3)

T. Vaughan (12)

A. Piper (3)

K. Meyers (42)

M. Cave (3)

at San Jose State (11/15)

A. Dowdy (19)

A. Piper (.318)

A. Dowdy (14)

M. Mills (5)

K. Meyers (54)

at Kansas State (11/19)

A. Dowdy (21)

A. Dody (.227)

B. Huskey (19)

M. Mills (4)

K. Meyers (41)

Note: To lead in hitting percentage, a player must have at least eight kills in the match.

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K. Meyers (34)

A. Dowdy (22)

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N. Hragyil (15)

Texas A&M (10/19)

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