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DATE OPPONENT SITE TIME Aug. 19 Purple v. Gold Scrimmage Cookeville, TN 3 p.m. Aug. 25-26 HAMPTON INN HOLLY SPRINGS INVITATIONAL Buies Creek, NC Aug. 25 North Carolina Central 3:30 p.m. Aug. 26 The Citadel 12:30 p.m. at Campbell 4:30 p.m. Sept. 1-2 AKRON INVITATIONAL Akron, OH Sept. 1 La Salle 3 p.m. Sept. 2 at Akron 11:30 a.m. Loyola (Md.) 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8-9 WRIGHT STATE INVITATIONAL Dayton, OH Sept. 8 West Virginia 10 a.m. at Wright State 6 p.m. Sept. 9 Harvard 12 p.m. Sept. 15-16 BLUE/GOLD INVITATIONAL Toledo, OH Sept. 15 at Toledo 11 a.m. Youngstown State 4 p.m. Sept. 16 New Mexico 11 a.m. Sept. 21 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Sept. 30 Oct. 6 Oct. 7 Oct. 13 Oct. 14 Oct. 20 Oct. 21 Oct. 25 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 4 Nov. 10 Nov. 11

Jacksonville State* Cookeville, TN 4 p.m. at UT Martin* Martin, TN 7 p.m. at Eastern Kentucky* Richmond, KY 5 p.m. at Morehead State* Morehead, KY 1 p.m. Belmont* Cookeville, TN 7 p.m. Tennessee State* Cookeville, TN 4 p.m. Austin Peay* Cookeville, TN 7 p.m. Murray State* Cookeville, TN 4 p.m. at Eastern Illinois* Charleston, IL 7 p.m. at SIUE* Edwardsville, IL 2 p.m. at Jacksonville State* Jacksonville, AL 7 p.m. Southeast Missouri* Cookeville, TN 7 p.m. Morehead State* Cookeville, TN 7 p.m. Eastern Kentucky* Cookeville, TN 5:30 p.m. at Tennessee State* Nashville, TN 6 p.m. at Belmont* Nashville, TN 2 p.m.

Nov. 16-18 OVC Tournament TBD TBA Nov. 30 Dec. 2 NCAA First & Second Rounds 16 campus sites TBD TBA Dec. 8-9 NCAA Regionals 4 campus sites TBD TBA Dec. 14 & 16 NCAA Championship Kansas City, MO TBA All times listed are Central * indicates an Ohio Valley Conference contest Purple bold indicates home contest in Hooper Eblen Center ITALIC CAPS indicate tournaments 2017 schedule consists of 8 home contests (excluding Purple v. Gold Scrimmage), 12 away contests, 8 neutral contests (regular-season)


Location………………………....Cookeville, Tennessee Founded…………………………………………...1915 Enrollment……………………………………….10,900 Nickname……………………………….Golden Eagles Colors……………………………….....Purple and Gold Conference…………………………………Ohio Valley Affiliation………………………………NCAA Division I Arena…………………….Hooper Eblen Center (7,500) President…………………………….Dr. Philip Oldham Athletic Director…………………………...Mark Wilson Head Coach…………………………….Dave Zelenock Alma Mater…………………....Central Michigan ‘05 Career Record……………………………………..37-83 Record at Tech……………………………………same OVC Record……………………………………….20-44

2016 YEAR IN REVIEW Overall Record…………………………7-22 Conference Record…………………….3-13 Home Record……………………………...3-5 Away Record…………………………....1-12 Neutral Record……………………………3-5 Matches Played……………………………29 Kills Per Set……………………………...11.21 Hitting Percentage……………………... .125 Assists Per Set…………………………..10.58 Blocks Per Set……………………………1.34 Service Aces Per Set……………………..0.93 Digs Per Set…………………………....17.36 ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Coach (Total Years) Sharon Bilbrey (15) Jennie Gilbert (8) John Blair (10) Tina Buckles (2) Dave Zelenock (4) Marynell Meadors (1) Judy Murray (1)

Years 1979-93 1994-02 2003-12 1976-77 2013- 1975 1978

Record 279-252 126-130 107-190 48-39 37-83 25-15 9-22


NO. NAME POS. CL. HT. HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) 1 Shaneice James MB Jr. 6-0 Cleveland, Ohio (Beachwood HS) 2 Liz Bossong DS So. 5-9 Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Siegel HS) 3 Allison Morrett L/DS Sr. 5-7 Casstown, Ohio (Miami East HS) 4 Noni Thompkins MB Fr. 6-4 Lithonia, Ga. (Wesleyan School) 8 Emily Brooks OH Jr. 5-11 Franklin, Tenn. (Centennial HS) 10 Kirsten Brugere L/DS Jr. 5-5 St. Charles, Mo. (Francis Howell HS) 12 Jessica Oliver DS/S Jr. 5-7 Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Blackman HS) 16 Rachel Thomas MB So. 6-2 Okemos, Mich. (Okemos HS) 17 Shealene Little OH Jr. 5-11 Culver, Ore. (Culver HS) 18 Kellie Williams OH Sr. 6-0 Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Latin School) 20 Abigail Duncan OH So. 5-10 Memphis, Tenn. (White Station HS) 21 Susie Jeziorowski S Jr. 5-9 Green Lake, Wisc. (Crystal Lake Central [Ill.] HS) 22 K’Vonna Johnson OH Sr. 5-11 Missouri City, Texas (Lawrence Elkins HS) 23 Lexi Kingree S R-Fr. 6-2 Johns Creek, Ga. (Chattahoochee HS) 25 Taylor Houck OPP R-Fr. 5-10 Fletcher, N.C. (West Henderson HS) Head Coach: Dave Zelenock (Central Michigan ‘05), Fifth Season Assistant Coach: Kyle Gamble (McNeese State ‘11), First Season Assistant Coach: Sherisa Livingston (Wisconsin ‘03), First Season Team Manager: Caleb Harrison Athletic Trainer: Chuck Cushman

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER Liz Bossong DS So. Emily Brooks OH So. Kirsten Brugere L/DS Jr. Abigail Duncan OH So. Taylor Houck OPP R-Fr. Shaneice James MB Jr. Susie Jeziorowski S Jr. K’Vonna Johnson OH Sr. Lexi Kingree S R-Fr. Shealene Little OH Jr. Allison Morrett L/DS Sr. Jessica Oliver DS/S Jr. Rachel Thomas MB So. Noni Thompkins MB Fr. Kellie Williams OH Sr.

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SPOTTING CHART 1 Shaneice James Jr. • MB • 6-0

10 Kirsten Brugere Jr. • L/DS • 5-5

20 Abigail Duncan So. • OH • 5-10

2 Liz Bossong So. • DS • 5-9

12 Jessica Oliver Jr. • S/DS • 5-7

3 Allison Morrett Sr. • L/DS • 5-7

16 Rachel Thomas So. • MB • 6-2

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Susie Jeziorowski Jr. • S • 5-9

K’Vonna Johnson Sr. • OH • 5-11

4 Noni Thompkins Fr. • MB • 6-4

17 Shealene Little Jr. • OH • 5-11

23 Lexi Kingree R-Fr. • S • 6-2

8 Emily Brooks So. • OH • 5-11

18 Kellie Williams Sr. • OH • 6-0

25 Taylor Houck R-Fr. • OPP • 5-10


LIZ BOSSONG In 2016 (Freshman): Bossong saw 19 sets over 11 matches... totaled 21 digs (1.11 per set) and two assists... set a career-high six digs vs. Oregon State at the Idaho Volleyball Classic on Sept. 15. High School: Bossong joins the Golden Eagle family from Siegel High School where she was a three-year letterwinner... while at Siegel, Bossong compiled an 86-14 career and 24-0 conference record... posted a school record 1,058 career digs and a career record 108 service aces, while also grabbing another school record for digs in match (41)...Bossong led her team to three-district titles (2013-15), three region titles (2013-15) and three third-place state finishes (201315)... Bossong was named to the 2015 All-District and All-Tournament teams as well as received 2015 AVCA Under Armour All-American accolades.

2 • So. • 5-9 • DS Murfreesboro, Tenn. Siegel High School Alliance Volleyball


EMILY BROOKS In 2016 (Freshman): Brooks competed in 17 matches for the Golden Eagles, including five starts... over her 31 sets, she tallied 39 kills (1.26 per set), four assists, one service ace, three blocks and 41 digs... led the Golden Eagles in kills at Southeast Missouri (11/12), where she notched a career-high 10... set a season-high 10 digs at Eastern Kentucky (10/29). High School: Brooks comes to Tennessee Tech after a solid high school career... three-year letterwinner under head coach Erin O’Day at Centennial High School... played as an outside for her travel team under head coach Nikki Armstrong... while at Centennial, Brooks received multiple Athlete of the Week honors, as well as was named MVP, and received All-District and All-Tournament team accolades... recognized on the 2015 Under Armour watch list.

8 • So. • 5-11 • OH Franklin, Tenn. Centennial High School Club West


KIRSTEN BRUGERE In 2016 (Sophomore): Brugere competed in 28 of Tech’s 29 matches... tallied 249 digs (2.59), 12 service aces and 17 assists over 96 sets... notched double-digit digs in 12 of the Golden Eagles’ contests... set a career-high 19 digs vs. Jacksonville State (10/5)... had two service aces in a match on two separate occasions... tallied a .964 reception percentage, committing just 16 errors on 444 attempts. In 2015 (Freshman): Brugere saw 118 sets over 31 matches... set a career-high 19 digs versus UNC Greensboro (9/5) and a career-best four service aces versus Arkansas-Pine Bluff (9/11)... totaled 325 digs and 28 service aces on the season... averaged 2.75 digs per set... recorded 10+ digs in 19 matches. High School: Brugere served as the libero at Francis Howell for all four years of her prep career... two-year letter winner... named first team AllDistrict and first team All-Conference in her senior season and second team All-Conference in her junior season... finished her career with 837 digs and 60 service aces... off the court, earned two All-Academic Team awards.

10 • Jr. • 5-5 • L/DS St. Charles, Mo. Francis Howell High School St. Louis High Performance


ABIGAIL DUNCAN In 2016 (Freshman): Duncan saw 32 sets over 16 matches, including four starts... totaled 63 kills (1.97 per set), six assists, two service aces, 38 digs and seven blocks on the year... ended the season with a .103 hitting percentage... led the Golden Eagles in kills in two contests... recorded one double-double when she tallied a season-high 13 kills and 13 digs at Belmont on Nov. 5... put up a career-high two blocks at Morehead State (10/28). High School: Duncan is a native of Memphis, Tennessee, where she played varsity volleyball as a four-year starter at White Station High School... named to the All-District and All-Region teams all four years of her high school career... named a Max Preps/AVCA Tennessee Player of the Week on Sept. 2, 2014... received District MVP accolades in 2015... named best of Preps in 2013, 2014 and 2015... led her team to four district regular season and tournament championships... captured a sectional championship and state tournament title in 2015... tallied 1,533 kills, 233 blocks and 299 service aces throughout her career and notched a .441 kill percentage her senior season.

20 • So. • 5-10 • OH Memphis, Tenn. White Station High School Memphis Juniors


TAYLOR HOUCK In 2016 (Freshman): Red-shirted. High School: Houck comes to Tennessee Tech after a four-year volleyball career at West Henderson High School... named to AllConference and All-Area teams as well as selected to the Under Armour watch list... averaged 12 kills, three blocks and 10 digs per match while at West Henderson... led her team to three conference championships, one regional championship and was a one-time state tournament participant. 25 • R-Fr. • 5-10 • OPP Fletcher, N.C. West Henderson High School


SHANEICE JAMES In 2016 (Sophomore): Despite her season being ended abruptly due to a shoulder injury, James was a key player on the Golden Eagle lineup... saw 61 sets over 18 matches, in which she started 17 of the matchups... led the Tech team in hitting percentage with a .310 mark, which also ranked her third amongst Ohio Valley Conference players. James tallied 114 kills, 12 digs, and 29 blocks over the 2016 year... led Tech in kills in four matches... set a career-high 13 kills vs. UT Martin (10/8)... tallied double-digit kills in three of Tech’s matchups. In 2015 (Freshman): James saw 115 sets over 30 matches... set a career-high 12 kills against Jacksonville State (9/29)... recorded a career-best six blocks versus UNC Greensboro (9/5)... scored 155 points, posted 102 kills and put up 85 blocks (second-most on the team) on the season... averaged .89 kills and .74 blocks per set and ended the season with a .096 attacking percentage. High School: James entered Tech with an impressive resume having set many Beachwood High records... completed her prep career with a school-record 15 blocks in a single match and with career highs in blocks in a season (128)... holds the record for blocks in a career (274), most digs in a match (20), most digs in a career (320), most serving aces in a match (8) and most serving aces in a career (64)... earned first team All-Chagrin Valley Conference and second team All-Northeast Lakes District in her junior and senior seasons.

1 • Jr. • 6-0 • MB Cleveland, Ohio Beachwood High School Maverick ACE


SUSIE JEZIOROWSKI In 2016 (Sophomore): Jeziorowski competed in 30 sets over 13 matches, including four starts... tallied a team second-best 105 assists (3.50 per set)... notched 18 kills, 29 digs and seven blocks... dished out a season-high 23 assists at Idaho (9/16)... totaled double-digit assists on four separate occasions. In 2015 (Freshman): Jeziorowski saw 18 sets over 10 matches... dished out a career-high 28 assists versus North Florida (9/4) and recorded a career-high seven digs at Tennessee (9/3)... tallied 80 assists and 21 digs on the season... averaged 1.17 digs and 4.44 assists per set. High School: Jeziorowski comes to Tech following a successful high school career both on and off the court... a four-year High Honor Roll honoree, also racked up three Fox Valley Conference championships between 2012 and 2014... in her three years on varsity, she logged a 91-18 record, playing three different positions, outside, right side and setter... named team captain in her senior season... earned Most Valuable Player following the season, as well as the Hardest Worker, Best Attitude and Team Leader awards.

21 • Jr. • 5-9 • S Green Lake, Wis. Crystal Lake Central (Ill.) High School

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K’VONNA JOHNSON In 2016 (Junior): Johnson competed in 26 matches, including four starts... recorded 148 kills (2.11 per set), 41 digs and 12 blocks over 70 sets... ended the season with a .067 attacking percentage and a .947 reception percentage (three errors on 57 attempts)... set a career-high 21 kills at UAB on August 27... five-times led the Golden Eagles in kills... recorded double-digit kills in six matches. In 2015 (Sophomore): Johnson saw 84 sets over 26 matches... set a career-high 17 kills in OVC Tournament play against Eastern Illinois (11/19)... tallied season-high eight digs at Memphis (9/12)... tallied 162 points, 152 kills, 50 digs and 16 blocks on the season... averaged 1.81 kills per set... averaged a .125 hitting percentage. In 2014 (Freshman): Johnson saw action in 89 sets over 30 matches… totaled in 36 digs and 125 kills…set a season-high 14 kills against Norfolk St. (09/05)…and scored 142.5 points. High School: Johnson joined the TTU family as an extremely versatile student-athlete… earned four letters in basketball and three in volleyball… played both setter and middle blocker in high school and club… averaged 28 assists, 11 kills and 13 blocks per match… named the team captain her senior year, Johnson earned two firstteam all-district awards and was named one of VYPE High School Sports Magazine’s 2013 “Hottest Hard Court Prospects” as a setter… academically, Johnson was named Academic All-District and is a member of the National Society of High Scholars.

22 • Sr. • 5-11 • OH Missouri City, Texas Lawrence Elkins High School Houston Juniors


LEXI KINGREE In 2016 (Freshman): Redshirted. High School: Kingree joins the Golden Eagle family as a four-year letterwinner from Chattahoochee High School in Johns Creek, Georgia. Lexi played as a middle for three years and then transitioned to a setter her senior season... played club volleyball for the A6 Volleyball Club and helped her team qualify for the USAV National Championships every year... during her time at Chattahoochee, Kingree compiled 717 assists, 348 kills and 264 blocks (including 71 solo blocks)... led her team to an Elite 8 appearance in 2012 and a Area Championship in 2013... GHSA runner-up in 2014 and 2015.

23 • R-Fr. • 6-2 • S Johns Creek, Ga. Chattahoochee High School A6


SHEALENE LITTLE In 2016 (Sophomore): Little competed in all 29 of Tech’s matches, including 24 starts... stood as the Golden Eagle’s second lead attacker with 207 kills on the year... tallied 2.49 kills per set, 11 service aces, seven blocks and 182 digs over 83 sets... recorded a career-high 17 kills in Tech’s OVC opener versus Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 23... grabbed a career-high 18 digs at Middle Tennessee (9/10)... notched four doubledoubles on the season... led Tech in kills in six matches... tallied doubledigit kills in eight contests and double-digit digs in six of the Golden Eagles’ matchups. In 2015 (Freshman): Little saw action in 63 sets over 22 matches... set a career-high 12 kills against Western Carolina (9/18) and a career-best 14 digs versus UNC Greensboro (9/5)... posted one double-double on the season... tallied 110 points, 99 kills, 105 digs and 11 blocks on the season... averaged 1.57 kills and 1.67 digs per set. High School: Little left Culver High as one of the most decorated players in school history ... recorded 2,064 kills in her four years, while adding 376 aces ... placed no lower than fifth place in the state each of her four high school seasons, including two third-place finishes and an Oregon state championship ... named a MaxPreps Small School AllAmerican in 2012, and in 2013 she earned second-team All-American ... finished her prep career as a three-time first-team All-State Player and a four-time first-team state championship All-Tournament Team member ... finished high school with a 103-7 record.

17 • JR. • 5-11 • OH Culver, Ore. Culver HIgh School Rim Rock


ALLISON MORRETT In 2016 (Junior): Morrett competed in all 29 of Tech’s matches, starting 20 of them... over her 102 sets played, she tallied 47 assists, 27 service aces, 266 digs and a .966 reception percentage (15 errors on 444 attempts)... stood as Tech’s second leader in digs averaging 2.61 digs per set, while leading the Golden Eagles in service aces with 0.26 per set... recorded three service aces in a match on four separate occasions... tallied double-digit digs in 15 of Tech’s matchups. In 2015 (Sophomore): Morrett saw action in 81 sets over 20 matches... set a career-high 24 digs at UT Martin (11/13)... had three service aces in a match on three different occasions... recorded 10+ digs in 13 matches... tallied 238 digs and 18 service aces on the season... averaged 2.94 digs per set. In 2014 (Freshman): Morrett saw action in 76 sets over 27 matches in her first season as a Golden Eagle … recorded 119 digs for 1.57 digs per set … had three matches with 10+ digs, including a career-high 14 digs against Eastern Kentucky (10/24) … recorded 15 aces in the season, including five at Eastern Kentucky (10/18). High School: Morrett was part of four consecutive undefeated league titles and a 101-10 high school record… member of back-to-back state championship teams in 2011 and 2012… left her legacy at Miami East as the all-time dig leader with 855 during her four years… also added 176 kills, 223 assists and 128 aces during her prep years… honored her senior year by being named to the first team all-district and the Under Armour All-American watch list.

3 • Sr. • 5-7 • L/DS Casstown, Ohio Miami East High School Dayton Juniors


JESSICA OLIVER In 2016 (Sophomore): Oliver competed in 13 matches for the Golden Eagles, where she saw action in 21 sets...totaled 17 digs and one assist...set a career-high 11 digs vs. Eastern Illinois (10/22). In 2015 (Freshman): Oliver saw 22 sets over 14 matches... totaled four digs and one service ace on the season. High School: Oliver brings a local feel to the roster, hailing from Murfreesboro, Tennessee, at Blackman High School... led the Blaze in assists in 2012, 2013 and 2014... finished her career with 1,097 assists... in 2013 and 2014, named All-District, and in 2014 earned All-Region... named Blackman High All Sport Award MVP in 2014... made a name for herself in the classroom, earning Honors Awards in biology, English and Spanish, as well as serving as Girls’ State Delegate.

12 • Jr. • 5-7 • DS/S Murfreesboro, Tenn. Blackman High School Mid TN


RACHEL THOMAS In 2016 (Freshman): Thomas led the Golden Eagles in kills with 219 on the year... played in all 29 of Tech’s matches, including 27 starts... ended the season with 2.13 kills per set, 50 digs and 48 blocks (secondbest mark on the team) over 103 sets... notched a career-high 15 kills in the Golden Eagles’ OVC opener versus Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 23... tallied a season-high eight digs versus Belmont (11/5) and a careerhigh five blocks at UAB (9/27), which she tied on two other occasions... ended the season with a .150 hitting percentage... totaled double-digit kills in seven different matches. High School: Thomas joined Tennessee Tech from Okemos, Michigan, where she was a three-year letterwinner at Okemos High School playing primarily as a middle and right side under head coach Jamie Ianni... received All-Conference and Class A All-Region accolades in 2014 and 2015... led her team to a CAAC League Championship in 2013 and 2015 and a third place AAU National finish in 2014... named to the AVCA Phenom list and Under Armour watch list in 2014 and 2015... finished her high school career with 788 kills, 201 blocks, 137 service aces and 559 digs while compiling a 103-34-6 record.

16 • So. • 6-2 • MB Okemos, Mich. Okemos High School Team Detroit


KELLIE WILLIAMS In 2016 (Junior): Before being sidelined by a knee injury, Williams competed in 17 of Tech’s matches, including two starts... tallied 98 kills (2.18 per set), 24 digs and 12 blocks over 45 sets... hit a season-high 19 kills at Middle Tennessee (9/10)... put up a season-high three blocks versus Jacksonville State (10/5)... totaled double-digit kills in two contests... five-times led the Golden Eagles in kills... ended the season with a .133 hitting percentage... named to the 2016 Preseason All-OVC Team... earned a spot on the CoSIDA Academic All-District team. In 2015 (Sophomore): Williams saw action in 113 sets over 30 matches... set a career-high 28 kills against UT Martin (11/13)... posted double-digit kills in 16 matches... totaled 355 points, 328 kills, 52 digs, and 44 blocks on the season... averaged 2.9 kills per set... averaged a .181 hitting percentage on the season. In 2014 (Freshman): Williams saw action in every match for the Golden Eagles in 2014… recorded a season-high 22 kills at Eastern Kentucky (10/18)… had 15 digs against North Carolina A&T (09/19)… had 17 matches with double-digit kills… scored 364 points… named to the Appalachian Invitational All-Tournament Team (8/30)... named to the 2014 OVC All-Newcomer team. High School: Williams was a four-year letterwinner at Charlotte Latin School… finished her prep career with 1,185 kills, 1,058 digs, 145 blocks and 203 aces… became just the third player in CLS program history to go over the 1,000 kills mark… helped CLS to three NCISSA3A State Championships during her freshman, sophomore and junior years… honored as a three-time NCISSA-3A all-state selection and a four-time all-conference selection… named to the Under Armour AllAmerican Watch List… named one of the top 250 volleyball seniors in the country.

18 • Sr. • 6-0 • OH Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte Latin School Carolina Juniors


NONI THOMPKINS High School: Thompkins will join the Golden Eagle family from Wesleyan School where she played under the helm of head coach Ted Russell primarily as a middle and right side... helped lead her team to a region and state championship her freshman season before being sidelined her sophomore year due to a knee injury... came back strong as a junior and totaled 209 kills and 92 blocks on the season... led her team to a region championship her senior year... ended her three-year career tallying 481 kills over 272 sets, while hitting .272... totaled 182 career blocks and 120 service aces... named to the 2016 Under Armour Watch List, Gwinnett Team of the Year and the State Team of the Year... selected to participate in the State All-Star game her senior year. 4 • Fr. • 6-4 • MB Lithonia, Ga. Wesleyan School Tsunami 18-1 Elite


DAVE ZELENOCK COACHING EXPERIENCE Tennessee Technological University Head Coach, 2013-present Central Michigan University Associate Head Coach, 2009-12 Assistant Coach, 2007-08 Delaware State University Assistant Coach, 2006 Northwood University Assistant Coach, 2004-05 EDUCATION Central Michigan University B.A. Physical Education, 2005

Dave Zelenock is in his fifth season at the helm of the athletes also made the OVC Commissioner’s Golden Eagle volleyball squad. Academic Honor Roll during his time, and two have earned a Medal of Honor for achieving a perfect 4.0 On the court, Zelenock has used successful recruiting through both the fall and spring semesters. efforts to help lift the Golden Eagle program toward finding success similar to what he found in his The Golden Eagle volleyball program has the longest previous positions. streak among all teams within the TTU athletics department of uninterrupted semesters (30) with a Following the completion of his first full recruiting team GPA exceeding 3.0, a stretch which began in fall class at Tech, Zelenock was proud to announce that 2000. the 2014 and 2015 Golden Eagle signing classes earned High Honorable Mention for strength of the In 2015, Zelenock was published on the national recruiting class by PrepVolleyball.com. website, AthleteAssessments.com, on his success of redirecting the TTU program. In the 2014 season, Zelenock led Tech to a 15-19 record, and a 9-7 record in Ohio Valley Conference Zelenock, who helped reshape the landscape of play. The 9-7 was the first winning conference season Central Michigan volleyball in his six successful since 2008. The Golden Eagles also recorded their seasons on the Chippewa coaching staff, was named first All-OVC athlete and All-Newcomer team member head volleyball coach at Tennessee Tech University in under Zelenock’s tutelage. In the summer of 2015, mid-January 2013. he saw one of his players earn a place as one of 36 athletes to participate in the U.S. Collegiate National “The position at Tennessee Tech is really a dream job,” Team (CNT) program. Zelenock said at the time. “I get to be a head coach in a conference that is competitive with the resources Zelenock has helped the Golden Eagle program that it takes to win. I have a great administration continue to excel in the classroom. The Tennessee supporting our program, and it is giving me the Tech volleyball team was named a recipient of the opportunity to be successful in my first college head 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15 American Volleyball coaching job.” Coaches Association (AVCA) Team Academic award. Tech was one of nine Ohio Valley Conference teams to A 2005 graduate of Central Michigan, Zelenock win the award this past year. was an assistant coach at Northwood University for two years and Delaware State one season before He has also seen 21 student-athletes earn a spot returning to his alma mater in 2007. At Northwood, on the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. Thirteen he helped the team to a 44-21 two-year record and


two NCAA Tournament appearances. After two seasons as assistant coach at CMU, Zelenock was promoted to associate head coach in 2009. With Zelenock on the recruiting trail, Central Michigan secured fivestraight nationally ranked recruiting classes over eight seasons. “Dave Zelenock is an up-and-coming coach who is a proven winner,” said TTU Director of Athletics Mark Wilson. “He’s an outstanding recruiter and coach, and we are excited that he has joined the Tennessee Tech coaching staff.” “The number one thing that convinced me to come to Tennessee Tech is the people, beginning with Mark Wilson,” Zelenock said. “I want to work for someone who I want to follow, and I believe he has great vision for the department. The people are amazing, both at the university and in the community, and they make me feel comfortable. It’s a great community and I think Cookeville is a great place to raise a family.” Zelenock’s previous responsibilities at CMU included scouting future opponents and acting as the program’s recruiting coordinator. In the gym, he was in charge of outside hitter development/training. “The big change is that now I am the final say in recruiting, lineups and other aspects,” he said. “The wins and losses are in my name now, so that’s a little different.” During his six seasons at CMU, the Chippewas forged five winning seasons and a 107-78 overall record. In 2007, his first season on the staff, Zelenock’s scouting abilities helped CMU to its first 20-win season since 1985 and first postseason victory in 25 years. The Chippewas won 20 straight sets over the course of eight matches midway through the season. In 2008, the Chippewas missed their second straight 20-win season by the slimmest of margins (19-11). CMU posted its fourth straight winning season in 2009, and reached the MAC Tournament semifinals for the first time since 1996. The Chippewas tallied postseason victories over Eastern Michigan and Northern Illinois to reach the semis. The 2011 CMU team ended a 33-year drought

as the Chippewas won the Mid-America Conference championship and earned the school’s first trip to the NCAA Volleyball Tournament. Individually, during his six seasons on the staff, Zelenock saw seven CMU players earn all-MAC honors as well as two capture all-freshman awards. During his time as a student-athlete at CMU, Zelenock was a four-year starter for the men’s club volleyball team. He served as captain for three seasons, club president for two years and was a coach for two years. He earned his bachelor’s degree from CMU in 2005 while majoring in physical education with a minor in secondary physical science. Zelenock and his wife, Jamie, have two sons, Jacoby and Zander Lee.


KYLE GAMBLE COACHING EXPERIENCE Tennessee Technological University Assistant Coach, 2017-present University of Tulsa Assistant Coach, 2011-14 McNeese State University Student Assistant, 2010-11 EDUCATION McNeese State University Bachelor’s in general studies, 2011

Kyle Gamble was added to the Tennessee Tech coaching staff as an assistant in July 2017. He joins the Golden Eagle family after a short hiatus from the coaching field, however, he is hungry to get back into action and help develop the purple and gold program. “I’m excited to join the staff,” Gamble said. “Dave has put together a great staff, and I am excited to be a part of a great university and team. I am also looking forward to continue getting experience coaching at the Division I level.” Most recently, Gamble was an assistant coach at the University of Tulsa from 2011-14. He served as a recruiting coordinator for the team, dealing with video exchange, scheduling, running practices and reporting stats. Prior to that, Gamble served as a volleyball student assistant at his alma mater McNeese State University from 2010-11. “Kyle is an interesting one because technically I’ve known him since I was 13,” head coach Dave Zelenock said. “His dad is a head coach in our conference (Terry Gamble of Jacksonville State) and has been coaching collegiately for a long time. Kyle was a huge part of Tulsa being in the top 25. He’s been away from the game for a little while now, but he’s ready to get back in it and we were very happy to give him that chance. Hopefully he can bring some of that mid-major magic to Tech.” Gamble graduated from McNeese State University in 2011, where he earned his bachelor’s degree

in general studies with an emphasis on sports management. He currently resides in Cookeville, with his wife, Reagan, and his son, Matthew.


SHERISA LIVINGSTON COACHING EXPERIENCE Tennessee Technological University Assistant Coach, 2017-present University of Antelope Valley Head Coach, 2015-16 Seattle University Assistant Coach University of Nebraska-Lincoln Volunteer Assistant Coach EDUCATION University of Wisconsin-Madison B.A. History, 2003

Sherisa Livingston joins the Tennessee Tech family as an assistant coach in July 2017 after serving as the head coach at the University of Antelope Valley from 2015-16. “I am super excited to join the Tennessee Tech family,” Livingston said. “I didn’t want to go to a program that was already established because I wanted the opportunity to add my mark to the program. There is so much potential here at Tech. After talking with the players and coaches, it is really comforting to know that I have a place and a voice here.” Prior to Antelope Valley, Livingston served as an assistant coach at Seattle University and a volunteer assistant coach at the University of NebraskaLincoln. She also played professionally for various clubs worldwide from 2002-13 after her four-year career as an athlete at the University of WisconsinMadison. Livingston had a stellar collegiate career. She helped the Badgers win two Big Ten titles with four NCAA Tournament appearances, including a trip to the 2000 NCAA championship match. A threetime All-Big Ten and four-time AVCA All-Region selection, Livingston became the first Badger to earn first team All-America recognition, which she accomplished twice. She left Wisconsin with the Badger career records in kills (1,912) and hitting percentage (.361). Livingston was inducted into the University of Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007. She was a member of the U.S. Junior National Team in 1998

and 1999, including being named the best blocker at the 1999 World Junior Championships. “Sherisa is a huge steal for us,” Zelenock said. “She was an All-American at Wisconsin and then played professionally all over Europe for 10 years. After that, she coached in Nebraska and became an NAIA head coach. But you know, head coaching just isn’t for everyone. She felt more comfortable in an assistant role and we were very happy to let her come back to her comfort zone of being an assistant. I think both of our assistants could be head coaches, so to be able to bring two people like that in, I think we are on a really good path.” Livingston graduated from Wisconsin-Madison in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. She is currently in the process of earning her master’s degree from the American Public University System in sport management.


2016 OVERALL STATS The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee Tech Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 14, 2016) All matches Overall record: 7-22 Conf: 3-13 Home: 3-5 Away: 1-12 Neutral: 3-5

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Player

THOMAS, Rachel POVEY, Alyssa LITTLE, Shealene JOHNSON, K'Vonna JAMES, Shaneice WILLIAMS, Kellie DUNCAN, Abigail ANDERSON, Sharon BROOKS, Emily LEMON, Sydney MORRETT, Allison WADE, Kennedy JEZIOROWSKI, Susan BRUGERE, Kirsten BOSSONG, Liz OLIVER, Jessica TENNESSEE TECH Opponents

Team Statistics ATTACK Ki l l s Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct Kills/Set SET As s i s t s Attempts Assist Pct Assists/Set SERVE Aces Errors Attempts Serve Pct Aces/Set SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors Errors/Set Attempts Reception Pct DEFENSE Digs Digs/Set BLOCKING Block Solo Block Assist Total Blocks Blocks/Set Block Errors Ball handling errors ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral site #/Avg Current win streak Home win streak

sp

103 101 83 70 61 45 32 98 31 47 102 103 30 96 19 21 103 103

k

k/s

Attack e

219 2.13 118 181 1.79 99 207 2.49 108 148 2.11 108 114 1.87 36 98 2.18 46 63 1.97 39 32 0.33 22 39 1.26 39 29 0.62 23 2 0.02 0 2 0.02 3 18 0.60 13 3 0.03 1 0 0.00 1 0 0.00 0 1155 11.21 656 1399 13.58 505

TTU

OPP

1155 656 3979 .125 11.2

1399 505 3869 .231 13.6

1090 4072 .268 10.6

1307 3830 .341 12.7

96 151 2017 .925 0.9

114 166 2372 .930 1.1

114 1.1 2199 .948

96 0.9 1866 .949

1788 17.4

1807 17.5

38 200 138.0 1.3 45 28

53 426 266.0 2.6 44 40

2487 8/311 8/66 0 0

6914 13/532 -

ta

pct

Set a a/s

sa

Serve se sa/s

672 .150 1 0.01 0 7 489 .168 3 0.03 7 16 735 .135 8 0.10 11 4 599 .067 2 0.03 0 1 252 .310 2 0.03 0 0 391 .133 0 0.00 0 0 232 .103 6 0.19 2 4 157 .064 856 8.73 15 8 186 .000 4 0.13 1 9 119 .050 1 0.02 0 1 23 .087 47 0.46 27 37 33 -.030 35 0.34 20 28 77 .065 105 3.50 0 4 10 .200 17 0.18 12 26 2 -.500 2 0.11 1 4 2 .000 1 0.05 0 2 3979 .125 1090 10.58 96 151 3869 .231 1307 12.69 114 166 Date Aug 26 Aug 27 Aug 27 Sep 02 Sep 02 9-3-16 Sep 03 Sep 09 Sep 10 Sep 10 Sep 15 Sep 16 Sep 16 *Sep 23 *Sep 24 *Sep 28 *Sep 30 *Oct 05 *Oct 08 *Oct 14 *Oct 15 *Oct 21 *Oct 22 *Oct 28 *Oct 29 *Nov 04 *Nov 05 *Nov 08 *Nov 12

re

Dig dig dig/s

0.00 0 50 0.49 0.07 2 60 0.59 0.13 27 182 2.19 0.00 3 41 0.59 0.00 0 12 0.20 0.00 2 24 0.53 0.06 10 38 1.19 0.15 1 289 2.95 0.03 9 41 1.32 0.00 1 9 0.19 0.26 15 266 2.61 0.19 18 460 4.47 0.00 0 29 0.97 0.12 16 249 2.59 0.05 5 21 1.11 0.00 0 17 0.81 0.93 114 1788 17.36 1.11 96 1807 17.54

Opponent vs Charleston Southern vs UAB at Western Carolina vs Radford at Samford vs Northwestern State at UAB vs Seton Hall vs Illinois State at Middle Tennessee vs Oregon State at Idaho vs Wyoming EKU MOREHEAD STATE at Tennessee State at Belmont Bruins JACKSONVILLE STATE UT MARTIN at Murray State at Austin Peay SIUE EASTERN ILLINOIS at Morehead State at EKU TENNESSEE STATE BELMONT BRUINS at Jacksonville State at Southeast Missouri

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

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

bs

Blocking ba total blk/s be bhe

6 42 48 14 59 73 2 5 7 2 10 12 8 21 29 1 11 12 1 6 7 1 20 21 0 3 3 3 16 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 200 138.0 53 426 266.0

0.47 7 0.72 13 0.08 0 0.17 2 0.48 8 0.27 3 0.22 2 0.21 5 0.10 2 0.40 3 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.23 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 1.34 45 2.58 44

points

0 246.0 2 231.5 0 222.5 0 155.0 0 132.5 0 104.5 1 69.0 11 58.0 0 41.5 0 40.0 0 29.0 0 22.0 12 21.5 2 15.0 0 1.0 0 0.0 28 1389.0 40 1779.0

Score by set 25-11,26-24,25-19 25-19,25-20,14-25,23-25,15-11 25-21,25-23,23-25,25-21 24-26,25-27,17-25 25-20,18-25,18-25,20-25 26-24,27-25,25-19 23-25,24-26,26-28 21-25,7-25,26-28 12-25,13-25,13-25 25-20,23-25,23-25,25-7,7-15 10-25,12-25,22-25 27-25,12-25,15-25,11-25 18-25,13-25,8-25 25-20,24-26,25-22,25-23 22-25,15-25,15-25 23-25,25-21,20-25,25-23,12-15 14-25,25-19,13-25,15-25 23-25,25-14,20-25,15-25 25-21,25-17,23-25,25-11 12-25,20-25,7-25 16-25,22-25,20-25 17-25,19-25,23-25 25-21,18-25,25-19,23-25,18-16 25-23,16-25,10-25,17-25 22-25,13-25,20-25 14-25,10-25,17-25 26-28,18-25,15-25 14-25,14-25,10-25 15-25,16-25,16-25

Record in 3-set matches:2-15 • Record in 4-set matches:3-5 • Record in 5-set matches:2-2

Att. 0 47 137 0 0 0 157 71 52 534 359 362 0 586 102 401 568 297 112 483 246 629 457 2653 137 102 202 879 357


2016 OVC STATS The Automated ScoreBook Tennessee Tech Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 14, 2016) Conference matches Overall record: 3-13 Conf: 3-13 Home: 3-5 Away: 0-8 Neutral: 0-0

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Player

THOMAS, Rachel POVEY, Alyssa LITTLE, Shealene JOHNSON, K'Vonna JAMES, Shaneice DUNCAN, Abigail BROOKS, Emily ANDERSON, Sharon WILLIAMS, Kellie LEMON, Sydney JEZIOROWSKI, Susan MORRETT, Allison WADE, Kennedy BRUGERE, Kirsten BOSSONG, Liz OLIVER, Jessica TENNESSEE TECH Opponents

Team Statistics ATTACK Ki l l s Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct Kills/Set SET As s i s t s Attempts Assist Pct Assists/Set SERVE Aces Errors Attempts Serve Pct Aces/Set SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors Errors/Set Attempts Reception Pct DEFENSE Digs Digs/Set BLOCKING Block Solo Block Assist Total Blocks Blocks/Set Block Errors Ball handling errors ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral site #/Avg Current win streak Home win streak

sp

57 55 42 45 36 21 25 57 17 19 22 57 57 52 12 16 57 57

k

k/s

Attack e

120 2.11 67 100 1.82 56 95 2.26 46 90 2.00 72 73 2.03 22 45 2.14 29 29 1.16 31 19 0.33 10 27 1.59 15 14 0.74 13 15 0.68 10 2 0.04 0 0 0.00 2 1 0.02 1 0 0.00 1 0 0.00 0 630 11.05 375 769 13.49 276

TTU

OPP

630 375 2255 .113 11.1

769 276 2162 .228 13.5

595 2260 .263 10.4

715 2103 .340 12.5

47 86 1088 .921 0.8

67 88 1322 .933 1.2

67 1.2 1230 .946

47 0.8 1002 .953

1017 17.8

1047 18.4

21 107 74.5 1.3 30 18

34 228 148.0 2.6 24 15

2487 8/311 0/0 0 0

5724 8/716 -

ta

pct

Set a a/s

375 .141 0 0.00 283 .155 3 0.05 334 .147 3 0.07 394 .046 2 0.04 163 .313 1 0.03 177 .090 3 0.14 145 -.014 3 0.12 86 .105 470 8.25 125 .096 0 0.00 51 .020 0 0.00 61 .082 58 2.64 21 .095 26 0.46 28 -.071 15 0.26 8 .000 9 0.17 2 -.500 1 0.08 2 .000 1 0.06 2255 .113 595 10.44 2162 .228 715 12.54 Date

*Sep 23 *Sep 24 *Sep 28 *Sep 30 *Oct 05 *Oct 08 *Oct 14 *Oct 15 *Oct 21 *Oct 22 *Oct 28 *Oct 29 *Nov 04 *Nov 05 *Nov 08 *Nov 12

sa

0 4 4 0 0 2 1 7 0 0 0 10 10 8 1 0 47 67

Serve se sa/s

7 6 3 1 0 3 7 4 0 1 2 20 15 12 3 2 86 88

0.00 0.07 0.10 0.00 0.00 0.10 0.04 0.12 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.18 0.18 0.15 0.08 0.00 0.82 1.18

Opponent EKU MOREHEAD STATE at Tennessee State at Belmont Bruins JACKSONVILLE STATE UT MARTIN at Murray State at Austin Peay SIUE EASTERN ILLINOIS at Morehead State at EKU TENNESSEE STATE BELMONT BRUINS at Jacksonville State at Southeast Missouri

re

0 2 12 2 0 7 7 1 1 1 0 7 13 9 3 0 67 47

Dig dig dig/s

39 0.68 37 0.67 67 1.60 26 0.58 6 0.17 30 1.43 29 1.16 175 3.07 7 0.41 4 0.21 17 0.77 145 2.54 267 4.68 140 2.69 11 0.92 17 1.06 1017 17.84 1047 18.37 W L L L L W L L L W L L L L L L

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

bs

Blocking ba total blk/s be bhe

2 19 21 8 31 39 1 5 6 1 7 8 4 11 15 1 5 6 0 2 2 1 8 9 1 5 6 2 8 10 0 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 107 74.5 34 228 148.0

0.37 6 0.71 8 0.14 0 0.18 1 0.42 6 0.29 1 0.08 2 0.16 3 0.35 1 0.53 2 0.27 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 1.31 30 2.60 24

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 7 0 0 2 0 0 18 15

Score by set 25-20,24-26,25-22,25-23 22-25,15-25,15-25 23-25,25-21,20-25,25-23,12-15 14-25,25-19,13-25,15-25 23-25,25-14,20-25,15-25 25-21,25-17,23-25,25-11 12-25,20-25,7-25 16-25,22-25,20-25 17-25,19-25,23-25 25-21,18-25,25-19,23-25,18-16 25-23,16-25,10-25,17-25 22-25,13-25,20-25 14-25,10-25,17-25 26-28,18-25,15-25 14-25,14-25,10-25 15-25,16-25,16-25

Record in 3-set matches:0-9 • Record in 4-set matches:2-3 • Record in 5-set matches:1-1

points

131.5 127.5 102.5 94.5 82.5 50.5 31.0 31.0 30.5 20.0 18.0 12.0 10.0 9.0 1.0 0.0 751.5 984.0 Att. 586 102 401 568 297 112 483 246 629 457 2653 137 102 202 879 357


ALL-TIME PARTICIPANTS AAA Janet Allen, 1986 Terri Allen, 1975-77 Sharon Anderson 2013-2016 Debbie Askew, 1985-86 Heather Asplund, 2009-10 Jessica Asplund, 2005-08 BBB Lillian Bailey, 1978-79 Sandra Beard, 1975 Pat Bell, 1975 Kristin Benjamin, 1998 Alison Berry, 1994-97 Brandy Best, 1996, 1998 Emily Bible, 1991-93 Amanda Bilbrey, 1993 Sherry Billingsby, 1980-81 Pam Birchfield, 1978-79 Liz Bossong, 2016Patsy Bow, 1974 Becky Brashears, 1992 Tia Brenning, 2000, 2004 Emily Brooks, 2016Cathy Brown, 1982-83 Kirsten Brugere, 2015Tina Buckles, 1974-75 Caitlin Bullock, 2005-08 Debbie Bumpas, 1974 Sue Burcham, 1978 Stephanie Busch, 1997-00 Stacey Butts, 2009 CCC Mona Callis, 1982-83 Jennifer Cannon, 1989-91 Kelly Cannon, 2003-04 Aprel Carver, 1988 Sam Cash, 2014 Vicky Chandler, 1976 Brenda Choate, 1974 Madison Comperry, 2009-12 Lori Conrad, 1987 Ellen Conti, 2011-14 Cara (Church) Craig, 1984-87 Teresa Craig, 2006-09 Rachael Crossgrove, 1997-00 Melanie Culp, 2007-10 DDD Cindy Dahlgren, 1979 Michelle Dennis, 1993-94 Jessica Dickerson, 2005 Cyrelle Dillon, 1994-1995 Monica Dimmett, 1981-84 Lisa Dissel, 1996-1999 Cody Dodd, 2012-2015 Sarah Dolle, 2006 Susie Downing, 1986 Lyndsay Downs, 1995-96 Alesia Draper, 1979 Abigail Duncan, 2016Angie Duncan, 1983-86 Jennifer Dunn, 1999-02 Katrina Dvorken, 2009-12 EEE Debbie Elliott, 1977 Ann Elsea, 1977-80 Liz Engel, 2001-04

FFF Meredith Ferlic, 1995-98 Fran Flatt, 2005-07 Judy Flatt, 1975-77 GGG Pauletta Garrett, 1979

Angie Gentry, 1988 Jessica Gerken, 1994-95 Abby Gilbert, 1997-00 Kara Gilbert, 1999-02 Pam Goldensoph, 1994-97

Molly Graham, 1985-86 Kelsey Gray, 2009-12 Karen Greenlee, 1975 Kim Grizzle, 1975 HHH

Sarah Hagovsky, 1996-99 Terri Hall, 1974 Ashleigh Hancock, 2010-13 Tammy Hargis, 1991 Karen Harris, 1975-77 Corinne Hasselbring, 1992-95 Katrina Hendrix, 1982-85 Suzanne Hensley, 1975-77 Taylor Houck, 2016Peggy Howard, 1976 Lucretia Huffines, 1979-80 Angie Hughes, 1988-90 III Becky (Murray) Isom, 1985-88 JJJ Shaneice James, 2015Susie Jeziorowski, 2015Dawn Jobe, 1988-89 Brynn Johnson, 2008 K’Vonna Johnson, 2014Vanessa Johnson, 1980-83 Becky Jones, 1978 KKK Kristen Kastner, 2001-04 Katie Kenline, 2006-09 Madison Keyes, 2011-14 Kari Keyser, 1993-94 Lisa King, 1977-80 Lexi Kingree, 2016Lynn Kirkpatrick, 1976 Katherine Koshakji, 1981 Annette Kupka, 2000-03 LLL Dorothea La-Fleuer, 1981-84

Katherine “Kappy” Lang, 2005-08

Gina Lee, 1978-81 Kristy Lee, 1991 Sydney Lemon, 2015-2016 Angie Leonard, 1983 Audrey Lewis, 2012-13 Amanda Lindgren, 2006-09 Shealene Little, 2015Erin Lynn, 2006- 07 MMM Christine Maci, 2011-13 Dee Dee Malone, 1988-90

Loretta Marlow, 1975-77 Melanie Marshall, 1986-89 Allison May, 2010-14 Michelle McGee, 2001 Leah Meffert, 2007-10 Rachel Melchiorre, 1994-97 Carrie Jo Meyer 2002 Nancy Meyer 2002-05 Mandy Miller, 1995-98 Allison Morrett, 2014Anne Morrow, 2002-05 Caroline Murphy, 1993-96 Barbara Muse, 1973 Andrea Myers, 1986 NNN Anne Norman, 1973, 1975-76 Julie Norman, 1978-79 OOO Kathy Ochs, 1980-83 Karen O’Connor, 1990 Kim Ohmstede, 1989-90 Jessica Oliver, 2015Liz Ortegal, 1997-99

PPP Kim Panozzo, 1992-95 Samantha Patrick, 1998-99 Sharon Payne, 1977-79 Marie Peddicord, 2007-10 Julie Pemberton, 1977 Natalie Penrod, 2010- 13 Sally Perkins, 2001 Courtney Perry, 2002-03 Laura Pierce, 2007-10 Melissa Poff, 1998-99 Jackie Poindexter, 1979-82 Lori Pomeroy, 1989-92 Alyssa Povey, 2014-2016 Karen Pressley, 1987-90 QQQ Lynn Queen, 1976-77 RRR Missy Raczak, 1990-93 Hayley Raines, 2011 Cathy Rajkowski, 1987 Alicia Reece, 1991-94 Jenny Carr-Rice, 1996-98, 2000 Elise Robertson, 2010-13 Valeria Russell, 1973-74 SSS Alysson Sanders, 2008 Karen Scott, 1984 Diane Seng, 1997-99 Jessica Seyfert, 2002-05 Sara Shanks, 2006 Laura Sidorowicz, 2001-04 Irem Sile, 2013-14 Carrie Slagle, 1992-95 Courtney Smith, 2011-14 Kelsey Smith, 2011 Mickey Smith, 1980-81 Pam Smith, 1973 Karri Spady, 1993 Holly Spencer, 1992 Angie Stephens, 1991 Marcia Stephens, 1977

Maggie Stern, 1999-02 Lauren Stiles, 2010 TTT Sarah Teel, 2011-12 Jennifer Thomas, 1991 Rachel Thomas, 2016Noni Thompkins, 2017Vicki Thompson, 1975 Brenda Tollett, 1973 Rachel Travis, 2013 Bilyana Triko, 1986-89 Kim Tunnell, 1982-85 Jenny (Pruett) Turner, 1984-87 Jill Turner, 1991-1992 Laura Tyburski, 2003-06 UUU Dinah Upchurch, 1977 VVV Lauren Viney, 2000-01 WWW Jordan Wachowiak, 2014 Mary Lee Waddle, 1975 Kennedy Wade, 2013-2016 Sarah Wasserman, 2000-01 Veronica Whittington, 2005-06 Katheryn Williams, 2005 Kellie Williams, 2014Kendra Wilmoth, 1985-88 Inka Winningham, 1977-80 Amanda Wolfard, 2003-06 Tina Wyatt, 1974 YYY Claire Yonatas, 2004-05 ZZZ Bonnie Zoss, 1989-92 Bold indicates current players


GOLDEN EAGLE HONORS Academic All-America Anne Morrow, 2005 Diane Seng, 2000 Rachel Melchiorre, 1997 Angie Duncan, 1985-88 Academic All-District IV Teresa Craig, 2008-09 Anne Morrow, 2004-05 Kara Gilbert, 2001-02 Diane Seng, 2000 Rachel Melchiorre, 1995-97 Angie Duncan, 1984-86 AVCA All-Region 6 Rachel Melchiorre, 1997 OVC Player of the Year Leah Meffert, 2008 Becky (Murray) Isom, 1986 (Southern Division) Kim Tunnell, 1985 OVC Defensive Player of the Year Katie Kenline, 2008 Kelsey Grey, 2012 All-OVC (named since 1984) Cody Dodd, 2014-15 Kelsey Grey, 2012

Leah Meffert, 2007-10 Katie Kenline, 2007-09 Jessica Asplund, 2008 Anne Morrow, 2005 Annette Kupka, 2003 Maggie Stern 1999-02 Lisa Dessel, 1998-99 Stephanie Busch, 1997-00 Allison Berry, 1997 Rachel Melchiorre, 1995-97 Carrie Slagle, 1994 Michelle Dennis, 1993-94 Bonnie Zoss, 1991-92 Karen Pressley, 1990 Dee Dee Malone, 1990 Melanie Marshall, 1988-89 Becky (Murray) Isom, 198688 Angie Duncan, 1986 Kim Tunnell, 1985 Monica Dimmett, 1984 Dorothea La-Fleuer, 1984 OVC All-Tournament (named since 1982) Cody Dodd, 2015 Courtney Smith, 2014 Leah Meffert, 2008 & 2010 Kappy Lang, 2007-08 Amanda Lindgren, 2008 Stephanie Busch, 1997 Lisa Dissel, 1997

Rachel Melchiorre, 1997 Michelle Dennis, 1993 Karen Pressley, 1990 Melanie Marshall, 1989 Jenny (Pruett) Turner, 1987 Bilyana Triko, 1986 &1989 Cara (Church) Craig, 1987 Becky (Murray) Isom, 1986 & 1988 Kim Tunnell, 1985 Katrina Hendrix, 1985 Angie Duncan, 1984 & 1986 Monica Dimmett, 1983 Vanessa Johnson, 1982-83

Anne Morrow 2002 Maggie Stern, 1999 Stephanie Busch, 1997 Lisa Dissel, 1996 Meredith Ferlic, 1995 Mandy Miller, 1995 Rachel Melchiorre, 1994 Cyrelle Dillon, 1994 Michelle Dennis, 1993 Caroline Murphy, 1993 Emily Bible, 1991 Bonnie Zoss, 1989 Jennifer Cannon, 1989 Dee Dee Malone, 1988

OVC Tournament MVP Kappy Lang, 2008 Rachel Melchiorre, 1997 OVC Newcomer of the Year Leah Meffert, 2007 OVC All-Freshman/ Newcomer Kellie Williams, 2014 Ellen Conti, 2011 Allison May, 2010 Natalie Penrod, 2010 Kelsey Gray, 2009 Leah Meffert, 2007 Amanda Lindgren, 2006 Katie Kenline, 2006

Double Grand Club PLAYER YEARS KILLS Becky (Murray) Isom 1985-88 1,158 Melanie Marshall 1986-89 1,062 Bilyana Triko 1986-89 1,097 Karen Pressley 1987-90 1,072 Rachel Melchiorre 1994-97 1,662 Lisa Dissel 1996-99 1,216 Maggie Stern 1999-02 1,388 Laura Sidorowicz 2001-04 1,406 Leah Meffert 2007-10 1,734 PLAYER YEARS ASSISTS Kappy Lang 2005-08 5,084

DIGS 1,200 1,472 1,014 1,092 1,586 1,464 1,514 1,147 1,388 Lang became the ninth member DIGS Kappy of the Double Grand Club when she 1,240 added the 1,000 assists and 1,000 digs section. She finished her career as the Tech all-time assists leader.


GOLDEN EAGLE HONORS OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2016-17 (10) Sharon Anderson Liz Bossong Emily Brooks Kirsten Brugere Abigail Duncan Susie Jeziorowski K’Vonna Johnson Shealene Little Rachel Thomas Kellie Williams 2015-16 (6) Sharon Anderson Kirsten Brugere Susie Jeziorowski Shealene Little Jessica Oliver Kellie Williams 2014-15 (4) Ellen Conti Courtney Smith Kennedy Wade Kellie Williams 2013-14 (9) Sharon Anderson Ellen Conti Ashleigh Hancock Madison Keyes Audrey Lewis Elise Robertson Irem Sile Courtney Smith Kennedy Wade 2012-13 (7)

Madison Comperry Ellen Conti Kelsey Gray Ashleigh Hancock Madison Keyes Audrey Lewis Natalie Penrod 2011-12 (10) Madison Comperry Ellen Conti Kelsey Gray Ashleigh Hancock Madison Keyes Allison May Natalie Penrod Elise Robertson Courtney Smith Lauren Stiles 2010-11(8) Madison Comperry Kelsey Gray Ashleigh Hancock Allison May Marie Peddicord Laura Pierce Elise Robertson Lauren Stiles 2009-10 (8) Stacy Butts Teresa Craig Melanie Culp Kelsey Gray Amanda Lindgren Leah Meffert Marie Peddicord

Laura Pierce 2008-09 (7) Teresa Craig Melanie Culp Kappy Lang Amanda Lindgren Marie Peddicord Laura Pierce Alysson Sanders 2007-08 (8) Teresa Craig Melanie Culp Fran Flatt Kappy Lang Amanda Lindgren Erin Lynn Marie Peddicord Kim Rutherford 2006-07 (7) Teresa Craig Sarah Dolle Fran Flatt Kappy Lang Amanda Lindgren Sara Shanks Amanda Wolfard 2005-06 (8) Jessica Asplund Jessica Dickerson Sarah Dolle Fran Flatt Kappy Lang Jessica Seyfert Anne Morrow Amanda Wolfard

2004-05 (7) Liz Engel Kristen Kastner Anne Morrow Jessica Seyfert Laura Sidorowicz Amanda Wolfard Claire Yonatas 2003-04 (9) Liz Engel Kristen Kastner Annette Kupka Anne Morrow Nancy Meyer Courtney Perry Jessica Seyfert Laura Sidorowicz Amanda Wolfard 2002-03 (10) Jen Dunn Liz Engel Kara Gilbert Kristen Kastner Annette Kupka Nancy Meyer Anne Morrow Courtney Perry Jessica Seyfert Laura Sidorowicz 2001-02 (7) Jen Dunn Liz Engel Kara Gilbert Kristen Kastner Annette Kupka

Laura Sidorowicz Sarah Wasserman 2000-01 (5) Stephanie Busch Jen Dunn Kara Gilbert Annette Kupka Jennifer Carr-Rice 1999-00 (6) Stephanie Busch Jennifer Carr Jen Dunn Kara Gilbert Sarah Hagovsky Diane Seng 1998-99 (5) Rachel Crossgrove Meredith Ferlic Sarah Hogovsky Mandy Miller Diane Seng 1997-98 (7) Alison Berry Meredith Ferlic Pam Goldensoph Sarah Hagovsky Rachel Melchiorre Mandy Miller Diane Seng 1996-97 (9) Alison Berry Jenny Carr Lyndsay Downs

Meredith Ferlic Pam Goldensoph Sarah Hagovsky Rachel Melchiorre Mandy Miller Caroline Murphy 1995-96 (8) Lyndsay Downs Meredith Ferlic Jess Gerken Rachel Melchiorre Mandy Miller Caroline Murphy Kim Panozzo

Missy Raczak Bonnie Zoss 1990-91 (3) Angie Hughes Dee Dee Malone Karen Pressley 1989-90 (4) Dee Dee Malone Kim Ohmstede Karen Pressley Bilyana Triko

1994-95 (8) Michelle Dennis Jess Gerken Pam Goldensoph Rachel Melchiorre Caroline Murphy Kim Panozzo Alicia Reece Carrie Slagle 1993-94 (5) Amanda Bilbrey Michelle Dennis Missy Raczak Alicia Reece Carrie Slagle 1992-93 (1) Missy Raczak 1991-92 (3) Tammy Hargis

Athletic Director’s Honor Roll **The Athletic Director’s Honor Roll was established in 1989 to recognize student-athletes who achieve a 3.0 grade point average or higher for the semester. The list is updated through the Spring of 2016. The number in parentheses indicates the number of semesters each athlete was included: Sharon Anderson (5) Jessica Asplund (4) Janice Barr (2) Alison Berry (8) Brandy Best (2) Emily Bible (1) Amanda Bilbrey (1) Tia Brenning (1) Kirsten Brugere (1) Caitlin Bullock (2) Stephanie Busch (1) Stacy Butts (2) Kelly Cannon (6) Madi Comperry (8) Ellen Conti (8)

Teresa Craig (7) Rachael Crossgrove (1) Melanie Culp (6) Michelle Dennis (3) Jessica Dickerson (2) Lisa Dissel (2) Cody Dodd (3) Sarah Dolle (4) Lyndsay Downs (5) Jen Dunn (7) Katrina Dvorken (1) Liz Engel (7) Meredith Ferlic (8) Fran Flatt (7) Jess Gerken (4)

Abby Gilbert (2) Kara Gilbert (8) Pam Goldensoph (7) Kelsey Gray (8) Sarah Hagovsky (6) Ashley Hancock (8) Tammy Hargis (2) Corinne Hasselbring (1) Angie Hughes (3) Becky Isom (1) Susan Jeziorowski (1) K’Vonna Johnson (3) Kristen Kastner (9) Katie Kenline (1) Madison Keyes (8)

Kari Keyser (1) Annette Kupka (7) Kappy Lang (8) Kristy Lee (1) Audrey Lewis (4) Amanda Lindgren (6) Shealene Little (1) Erin Lynn (3) Christine Maci (3) Dee Dee Malone (5) Melanie Marshall (4) Allison May (8) Leah Meffert (2) Rachel Melchiorre (10) Cari Jo Meyer (1)

Nancy Meyer (6) Mandy Miller (8) Allison Morrett (3) Anne Morrow (8) Caroline Murphy (5) Kim Ohmstede (2) Jessica Oliver (1) Kim Panozzo (6) Marie Peddicord (7) Natalie Penrod (6) Courtney Perry (4) Laura Pierce (6) Alyssa Povey (1) Karen Presley (5) Missy Raczak (3)

Most Wins (279) In School History Sharron Bilbrey took over the head coaching post at Tech in 1979 and led the Golden Eagles through 15 seasons, the longest tenure of seven TTU volleyball coaches. Bilbrey’s teams won 279 matches during her career, including a schoolrecord 31 victories in 1983 when the team was 319. In 11 years of conference play, her teams were 93-63 against league opponents.

Alicia Reece (4) Jenny (Carr) Rice (8) Elise Robertson (7) Kimberly Rutherford (1) Alysson Sanders (2) Jessica Seyfert (8) Diane Seng (6) Sara Shanks (2) Laura Sidorowicz (6) Irem Sile (4) Carrie Slagle (6) Courtney Smith (5) Karri Spady (1) Maggie Stern (2) Lauren Stiles (4)

Sarah Teel (1) Bilyana Triko (3) Laura Tyburski (3) Jordan Wachowiak (1) Kennedy Wade (4) Sarah Wasserman (4) Kendra Wilmoth (1) Veronica Whittington (4) Katherine Williams (1) Kellie Williams (3) Amanda Wolfard (8) Claire Yonutas (3) Bonnie Zoss (5)

Tech’s First OVC Coach of the Year Jennie Gilbert was Tech’s head volleyball coach from 1994 through 2002. She was named OVC Coach of the Year in 1997 when the Golden Eagles captured the Ohio Valley Conference tournament championship and played in the NCAA Tournament. Her teams won a total of 126 matches. In the 2008 season, John Blair became TTU’s second OVC Coach of the Year.


INDIVIDUAL MATCH RECORDS Most Kills

Most Assists

Kills per set 8.33, Laura Sidorowicz vs. UT Martin, 2003 8.00, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Murray State, 1996 8.00, Maggie Stern vs. Georgia State, 2001

Assists per set

Total Kills

Total Assists

(in five sets) 32, Laura Sidorowicz at Murray State, 2004 30, Cody Dodd vs. SIUE, 9/27/14 30, Leah Meffert vs. Jacksonville State, 2010 30, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Murray State, 1995 (in four sets) 30, Cody Dodd vs. JSU, 11/11/14 30, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Middle Tennessee, 1997 28, Laura Sidorowicz vs. Liberty, 2004 28, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Chattanooga, 1997 28, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Georgetown, 1997 (in three sets) 25, Laura Sidorowicz vs.UT Martin, 2003 24, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Murray State, 1996 24, Maggie Stern vs. Georgia State, 2001

Most Attacks Attacks per set

19.6, Maggie Stern vs. Georgia State, 2001 19.2, Becky Isom vs. Cincinnati, 1988 18.8, Lisa Dissel vs. Eastern Illinois, 1998 Total Attacks

(in five sets) 100, Leah Meffert vs. Tennessee State, 2007 96, Becky Isom vs. Cincinnati, 1988 94, Lisa Dissel vs. Eastern Illinois, 1998 (in four sets) 74, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Middle Tennessee, 1997 72, Anne Morrow at Murray State, 2005 71, Anne Morrow vs. Southeast Missouri, 2004 71, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Austin Peay, 1996 (in three sets) 59, Maggie Stern vs. Georgia State, 2001 56, Laura Sidorowicz vs. Tennessee-Martin, 2003 54, Laura Sidorowicz vs. Belmont, 2003 54, Lisa Dissel vs. Southeast Missouri, 1998 54, Anne Morrow vs. Eastern Kentucky, 2005

18.7, Caroline Murphy vs. Austin Peay, 1994 17.7, Sarah Hagovsky vs. Austin Peay, 1996 16.6, Sarah Hagovsky vs. Southeast Missouri, 1998 (in five sets) 83, Sarah Hagovsky vs. Southeast Missouri, 1998 76, Sarah Hagovsky vs. Eastern Illinois, 1998 70, Sarah Hagovsky vs. Morehead State, 1998 (in four sets) 70, Sarah Hagovsky vs. Austin Peay, 1996 65, Kappy Lang vs. Austin Peay, 2007 65, Kappy Lang vs. UT Martin, 2007 65, Kappy Lang vs. Southeast Missouri, 2006 (in three sets) 56, Caroline Murphy vs. Austin Peay, 1994 52, Sarah Hagovsky vs. UT Martin, 1996 49, Caroline Murphy vs. Austin Peay, 1993

Most Service Aces Service Aces per set

2.67, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Tennessee State, 1995 2.50, Mandy Miller vs. Tennessee State, 1995 2.33, Kim Tunnell vs. Chattanooga, 1985 Total Service Aces

(in five sets) 9, Lori Pomeroy vs. Alabama, 1990 8, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Murray State, 1997 7, Kari Keyser vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1993 7, Kendra Wilmoth vs. Mississippi, 1988 (in four sets) 7, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1995 6, Lori Pomeroy vs. New Orleans, 1990 6, Kendra Wilmoth vs. Evansville, 1987 6, Angie Duncan vs. Tulsa, 1985 6, Maggie Stern vs. Army, 2000 6, Amanda Lindgren vs. Southeast Missouri, 2006 (in three sets) 8, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Tennessee State, 1995 7, Cody Dodd vs. Morehead State, 10/25/14 7, Kim Tunnell vs. Chattanooga, 1985 6, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Wichita State, 1996 6, Pam Goldensoph vs. Cincinnati, 1995 6, Kim Ohmstede vs. Alabama, 1989 6, Monica Dimmett vs. Western Carolina, 1983

Most Digs Digs per set

14.00, Meredith Ferlic vs. Austin Peay, 1996 10.50, Laura Tyburski at Murray State, 2005 10.33, Jennifer Cannon vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1991 10.33, Michelle Dennis vs. Chattanooga 1993 Total Digs

(in five sets) 50, Katie Kenline vs. Eastern Kentucky, 2006 44, Katie Kenline at UT-Chattanooga, 2007 43, Katie Kenline vs. Tennessee State, 2007 (in four sets) 52, Meredith Ferlic vs. Austin Peay, 1996 42, Laura Tyburski at Morehead State, 2005 41, Katie Kenline vs. Morehead State, 2008 (in three sets) 33, Katie Kenline vs. Austin Peay, 2008 31, Michelle Dennis vs. Chattanooga, 1993 31, Jennifer Cannon vs. E. Kentucky, 1991 30, Courtney Smith at Belmont, 2014 28, Meredith Ferlic vs. MTSU, 1998

Caroline Murphy holds TTU records in both total assists and assists per set.

Most Blocks Blocks per set

3.65, Pam Goldensoph vs. Western Kentucky, 1994 3.33, Stephanie Busch vs. Mississippi State, 1998 3.33, Stephanie Busch vs. Middle Tennessee, 1999 3.33, Stephanie Busch vs. Morehead State, 2000 Total Blocks

(in five sets) 14, Stephanie Busch vs. Eastern Illinois, 1999 13, Annette Kupka vs. Eastern Illinois, 2002 12, Kelsey Gray vs. Jacksonville State, 2011 12, Stephanie Busch vs. Murray State, 1998 12, Stephanie Busch vs. Xavier, 1997 (in four sets) 12, Annette Kupka vs. Morehead State, 2003 11, Pam Goldensoph vs. Western Kentucky, 1994 11, Stephanie Busch vs. Belmont, 2000 (in three sets) 10, Stephanie Busch vs. Mississippi State, 1998 10, Stephanie Busch vs. Middle Tennessee, 1999 10, Stephanie Busch vs. Morehead State, 2000

Melanie Marshall ranked twice among national leaders in digs.

Stephanie Busch holds the Golden Eagle record for most total blocks in a career at 548.


INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS Sets Played 1. 3.

Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Becky Isom...........................................135...................1988 Kendra Wilmoth...................................135...................1988 Melanie Marshall.................................133...................1988 Rachel Melchiorre................................592...................1997 Leah Meffert........................................548...................2007 Cody Dodd............................................515...................2015 Michelle Dennis....................................505...................1993 Kim Tunnell..........................................498...................1985

Kills per set 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kim Tunnell.........................................5.05...................1984 Rachel Melchiorre...............................4.77...................1997 Kim Tunnell.........................................4.74...................1985 Laura Sidorowicz.................................4.42...................2003 Cody Dodd...........................................4.33...................2015

Attacks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Leah Meffert.....................................1,537...................2007 Anne Morrow....................................1,512...................2005 Rachel Melchiorre.............................1,470...................1997 Cody Dodd.........................................1,389...................2015 Amanda Lindgren.............................1,315...................2007

Hitting Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jessica Asplund....................................341...................2007 Kim Tunnell..........................................332...................1985 Jessica Asplund....................................317...................2008 Kim Tunnell..........................................316...................1984 Kelsey Grey...........................................312...................2012

Service Aces 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Rachel Melchiorre..................................71...................1995 Rachel Melchiorre..................................65...................1997 Mona Callis.............................................57...................1983 Lori Pomeroy..........................................52...................1990 Cody Dodd..............................................52...................2015 Dee Dee Malone.....................................51...................1989 Dorothea LaFleuer..................................51...................1984

Digs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Katie Kenline........................................755...................2007 Courtney Smith....................................627...................2014 Katie Kenline........................................572...................2006 Rachel Melchiorre................................571...................1997 Melanie Marshall.................................570...................1988

Digs per set 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Katie Kenline.......................................5.90...................2007 Katie Kenline.......................................5.40...................2006 Meredith Ferlic....................................5.19...................1998 Courtney Smith...................................5.16...................2012 Courtney Smith...................................5.02...................2014

Blocks Solo 1. 2. 3. 4.

Vanessa Johnson....................................68...................1982 Annette Kupka.......................................60...................2003 Vanessa Johnson....................................55...................1983 Bonnie Zoss............................................50...................1991 Bilyana Triko...........................................50...................1986

Block Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Stephanie Busch...................................133...................1997 Stephanie Busch...................................116...................1998 Annette Kupka.....................................111...................2003 Kelsey Grey...........................................108...................2012 Annette Kupka.....................................104...................2002

Total Blocks 1. 2. 3. 5.

Annette Kupka.....................................171...................2003 Stephanie Busch...................................157...................1997 Kelsey Grey...........................................148...................2012 Stephanie Busch...................................135...................1998 Bonnie Zoss..........................................135...................1990

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kappy Lang.......................................1,585...................2007 Kappy Lang.......................................1,274...................2008 Caroline Murphy................................1,260...................1993 Kappy Lang.......................................1,190...................2006 Sharon Anderson...............................1,173...................2014

Assists per set 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kappy Lang.......................................12.38...................2007 Kappy Lang.......................................11.23...................2006 Monica Dimmett...............................10.97...................1984 Kappy Lang.......................................10.80...................2008 Lauren Viney.....................................10.22...................2001

An incredible blocker, Vanessa Johnson played from 1980-1983 and in only three years set the Golden Eagle solo block record with 179. Her 68 solo blocks in a season during 1982 also are a single season record.

Mandy Miller ranks on the all-time ace list and holds match ace records.

Rachel Melchiorre holds several single season records.

Sarah Hagovsky was among Tech’s best setters.

Meredith Ferlic ranked first in the nation in digs as a junior.


INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Sets Played

Service Aces

Block Assists

Kills

Digs

Total Blocks

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Bilyana Triko....................... 488...................1986-89 Bonnie Zoss........................ 476...................1989-92 Leah Meffert...................... 468...................2007-10 Kappy Lang........................ 463...................2005-08 Katie Kenline...................... 462...................2006-09 Leah Meffert................... 1,734...................2007-10 Rachel Melchiorre........... 1,662...................1994-97 Amanda Lindgren........... 1,426...................2006-09 Laura Sidorowicz............. 1,406...................2001-04 Maggie Stern.................. 1,388...................1999-02

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Rachel Melchiorre.............. 229...................1994-97 Monica Dimmett................ 145...................1981-84 Katrina Hendrix.................. 143...................1982-85 Bilyana Triko....................... 136...................1986-89 Cara Church........................ 131...................1984-87 Katie Kenline................... 2,432...................2006-09 Courtney Smith............... 1,752...................2011-14 Rachel Melchiorre........... 1,586...................1994-97 Maggie Stern.................. 1,514...................1999-02 Laura Tyburski................. 1,501...................2003-06

Kills per set

Digs per set

Attacks

Blocks Solo

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Maggie Stern.................... 3.88...................1999-02 Rachel Melchiorre............. 3.78...................1994-97 Leah Meffert..................... 3.71...................2007-10 Laura Sidorowicz............... 3.64...................2001-04 Michelle Dennis................ 3.53...................1993-94 Leah Meffert................... 4,946...................2007-10 Rachel Melchiorre........... 4,453...................1994-97 Amanda Lingren............. 4,329...................2006-09 Anne Morrow.................. 4,241...................2002-05 Laura Sidorowicz............. 4,044...................2001-04

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Katie Kenline..................... 5.26...................2006-09 Maggie Stern.................... 4.17...................1999-02 Michelle Dennis................ 3.88...................1993-94 Laura Tyburski................... 3.88...................2003-05 Meredith Ferlic.................. 3.79...................1996-99

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Stephanie Busch................ 446...................1997-00 Kelsey Grey........................ 353...................2009-12 Annette Kupka................... 349 ..................2000-03 Bonnie Zoss........................ 330...................1989-92 Maggie Stern..................... 278...................1999-02 Stephanie Busch................ 548...................1997-00 Kelsey Grey........................ 502...................2009-12 Bonnie Zoss........................ 485...................1989-92 Annette Kupka................... 442...................2000-03 Bilyana Triko....................... 353...................1986-89

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kappy Lang..................... 5,084...................2005-08 Caroline Murphy............. 3,537...................1993-96 Monica Dimmett............. 3,421...................1981-84 Karen Presley was among Dee Dee Malone.............. 3,202...................1988-90 the top hitters in the OVC Jenny Turner................... 2,870...................1984-87 during her TTU career.

Vanessa Johnson................ 179...................1980-83 Bonnie Zoss........................ 155...................1989-92 Kelsey Grey........................ 149...................2009-12 Bilyana Triko....................... 137...................1986-89

GOLDEN EAGLE TEAM RECORDS Most Kills In a match: 96 vs. Eastern Illinois in 1997 In a season: 1,988 in 1997 Kills per set/Season: 15.53 in 1997

Most Assists In a match: 89 vs. Eastern Illinois in 1997 In a season: 1,843 in 2007 Assists per set/season: 14.4 in 2007

Most Total Attacks In a match: 269 vs. Eastern Kentucky in 2006 In a season: 5,684 in 2007 Total Attacks per set: 50.2 in 2002

Most Total Blocks In a match: 28 vs. Morehead State in 2003 In a season: 356 in 2003 Blocks per set/season: 3.32 in 2003

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Most Solo Blocks In a match: 11 vs. Memphis in 2007 In a season: 302 in 2003

Most Errors In a match: 41 at Appalachian State in 2005 In a season: 775 in 2007 Most Service Aces In a match: 20 vs. Eastern Kentucky in 1993 In a season: 262 in 1997 Aces per set/season: 2.05 in 1997 Most Digs In a match: 140 vs. Southern Miss. in 1988 In a season: 2,518 in 2007 Digs per set/season: 19.7 in 2007

Kappy Lang took over the career assists record after only her junior season.

Most Block Assists In a match: 35 vs. SEMO in 2001 In a season: 406 in 2001 Fewest Kills Allowed In a match: 11 by Tenn. State in 2000 In a season: 1098 in 1996 Lowest Hitting Percentage Allowed In a match: -.185 by Tenn. State in 2000 In a season: .181 in 2000 Fewest Total Blocks Allowed In a match: 0.0 by Tenn. State in 2000, UT Martin 2009 In a season: 124 in 1995

Leah Meffert ranks first all-time in kills with 1,734 and third all-time in kills per set with 3.71. She was a staple on the 2008 OVC championship team.


YEAR-BY-YEAR OVERALL OVC ONLY Year W L Pct. W L Pct. Marynell Meadors 1975 25 15 .625 Totals 25 15 .625

Tina Buckles 1976 11 25 .306 1977 17 14 .548 Totals 28 39 .418 Judy Murray 1978 9 22 .290 Totals 9 22 .290 1979 16 1980 27 1981 13 1982 29 1983 31 1984 17 1985 22 1986 20 1987 13 1988 14 1989 19 1990 19 1991 8 1992 10 1993 21 Totals 279

Sharron Bilbrey 20 .444 19 .587 18 .419 16 .664 9 .775 18 3 .857 12 .586 10 3 .769 9 .710 10 3 .769 17 .541 10 3 .769 19 .406 8 6 .571 21 .400 6 6 .500 17 .528 6 6 .500 15 .559 7 5 .583 24 .250 4 10 .286 22 .313 4 12 .250 14 .600 10 6 .625 252 .525 93 63 .596

1994 16 1995 15 1996 10 1997* # 23 1998 22 1999 13 2000 11 2001 8 2002 8 Totals 126

Jennie Gilbert 17 .485 15 .500 19 .345 10 .697 7 .759 13 .500 15 .423 16 .333 18 .308 130 .492

7 10 5 14 14 11 4 3 5 73

9 .437 6 .625 13 .278 4 .778 4 .778 7 .611 12 .250 13 .188 11 .313 79 .480

2003 10 2004 12 2005 7 2006 12 2007 18 2008* # 19 2009 10 2010 11 2011 5 2012 3 Totals 107

19 16 22 17 15 13 18 20 25 25 190

John Blair .344 .429 .241 .414 .546 .594 .357 .354 .166 .107 .360

5 7 3 8 11 14 9 8 4 1 70

11 .312 9 .438 13 .188 8 .500 9 .550 4 .778 9 .500 10 .444 16 .200 15 .062 104 .402

2013 5 2014 15 2015 10 2016 7 Totals 37

Dave Zelenock 21 .192 19 .441 21 .323 22 .241 83 .308

1 9 7 3 20

15 .062 7 .563 9 .438 13 .188 44 .312

All-Time 604

709

253

277

.460

* Denotes OVC Champion # Denotes OVC tournament champion

.477

1975 Coach: Marynell Meadors Record: 25-15 Match results unavailable 1976 Coach: Tina Buckles Record: 11-25 Match results unavailable 1977 Coach: Tina Buckles Record: 17-14 Memphis State...........................................L................1-3 UT Martin...................................................L................1-3 Carson-Newman........................................W...............2-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............2-0 Kentucky....................................................W...............2-1 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............2-0 Morehead State..........................................L................0-2 UT Martin...................................................W...............2-1 East Tennessee...........................................W...............2-1 UT Martin...................................................W...............2-1 SW Baptist.................................................W...............2-1 Austin Peay................................................W...............2-0 Lambuth....................................................W...............2-0 SW Baptist.................................................W...............2-0 Memphis State...........................................W...............2-1 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................1-3 Tennessee..................................................L................1-3 Mississippi..................................................L................0-2 Louisiana State...........................................L................0-2 Ark-Little Rock...........................................W...............2-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................2-3 Kentucky....................................................L................0-2 Morehead State..........................................L................0-2 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............2-1 Middle Tennessee.......................................W ..............2-0 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............2-0 UT Chattanooga.........................................L................2-3 Tennessee..................................................L................1-2 East Tennessee...........................................W ..............2-1 Memphis State...........................................L................1-2 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............2-0 1978 Coach: Judy Murray Record: 9-22 Kentucky....................................................L................0-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-2 Michigan State...........................................L................0-2 Marshall.....................................................L................1-3 Mississippi..................................................L................0-2 Southwestern............................................W...............2-1 Arkansas State...........................................L................0-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............2-0 Lambuth....................................................W...............2-0 Tennessee..................................................L................0-2 East Tennessee...........................................W...............2-1 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............2-1 UT Chattanooga.........................................L................0-2 Western Carolina........................................W...............2-0 East Tennessee...........................................L................0-2 UT Martin...................................................L................1-3 SW Louisiana..............................................L ................0-2 UT Chattanooga.........................................L................0-2 Tulane........................................................L................0-2 Mississippi..................................................L................0-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Southern Illinois.........................................L................0-2 S.W. Missouri.............................................L................0-2

Miami (Ohio)..............................................L................0-2 Berry..........................................................W ..............2-0 UT Chattanooga.........................................L................0-2 Tennessee..................................................L................0-2 Kentucky....................................................L................0-2 Marshall.....................................................L................1-2 Northern Kentucky.....................................L................0-2 Middle Tennessee.......................................W ..............3-2 1979 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 16-20 Vanderbilt..................................................W...............2-0 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............2-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............2-1 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................1-2 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............2-1 UT Martin...................................................L................1-2 Tennessee..................................................L................0-2 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............2-1 Covenant....................................................W ..............2-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-2 Guilford......................................................W...............2-0 East Tennessee...........................................L................1-2 Tennessee..................................................L................0-3 UT Martin...................................................L................1-2 Austin Peay................................................L................0-2 South Carolina............................................L................0-2 Northern Kentucky.....................................L................0-3 East Tennessee...........................................L................0-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............2-0 Covenant....................................................W ..............2-0 North Alabama..........................................W...............2-1 Morehead State..........................................L................0-2 Appalachian State......................................L................0-2 UT Chattanooga.........................................L................1-2 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................1-2 Bryan.........................................................W ..............2-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................L ................0-2 U. of the South...........................................W ..............2-0 UT Martin...................................................W ..............2-0 UT Martin...................................................L................1-2 Bryan.........................................................W...............2-0 Tennessee..................................................L................0-2 Memphis State...........................................L................0-2 East Tennessee...........................................L................0-2 UT Chattanooga.........................................W ..............2-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................1-2 1980 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 27-19 Austin Peay................................................W ..............2-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............2-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-2 Morehead State..........................................L................0-2 Clemson.....................................................L................1-2 Jacksonville................................................L................1-2 N.C. State...................................................L................0-2 East Tennessee...........................................W...............2-1 VCU............................................................W...............2-0 Miami Dade CC...........................................L................0-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-1 Memphis State...........................................L................0-3 UNC Asheville.............................................W ..............2-0 Appalachian State......................................W...............2-1 UNC Charlotte............................................W...............2-0 Virginia Tech...............................................L................1-2 Marshall.....................................................W...............2-0 James Madison..........................................L................0-2 Vanderbilt..................................................W...............2-0


Middle Tennessee.......................................L................1-2 Ohio University...........................................W...............2-0 Morehead State..........................................L................0-2 Charleston..................................................W...............2-0 Bellarmine.................................................L................1-2 UT Martin...................................................W...............2-1 S.E. Missouri...............................................W...............2-0 UT Martin...................................................L................2-3 Georgia......................................................W...............3-1 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-2 Trevecca.....................................................W...............2-0 Middle Tennessee ......................................W...............2-0 Midway......................................................W...............2-1 Wright State...............................................L................0-2 West Virginia..............................................L................0-2 Toledo........................................................W...............2-0 VCU............................................................W...............2-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Louisville....................................................L................1-2 Bellarmine.................................................L................0-2 Indiana State..............................................W...............2-1 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............2-0 Memphis State...........................................L................0-2 East Tennessee...........................................W...............2-0 Tennessee..................................................L................0-2 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............2-1 1981 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 13-18 Cleveland State..........................................L................1-3 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............2-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................0-2 UT Martin...................................................W...............2-1 Western Kentucky......................................W...............2-0 North Alabama..........................................W...............2-1 Miss. U. for W..............................................L................1-2 Southwestern............................................L................1-2 Tennessee..................................................L................0-3 South Alabama..........................................L................2-3 Georgia......................................................L................0-3 UT Chattanooga.........................................L................2-3 Maryville....................................................W...............3-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Louisville....................................................L................0-2 East Tennessee ..........................................L................0-2 Appalachian State......................................L................1-2 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-1 Morehead State..........................................L................0-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............2-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-3 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................2-3 East Tennessee...........................................W...............2-0 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............2-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............2-0 East Tennessee...........................................W...............2-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-2 North Carolina............................................L................0-2 N.C. State...................................................L................0-2 Appalachian State......................................L................0-2 1982 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 29-16 Maryville College.......................................W...............2-0 Covenant College.......................................W ..............2-0 Georgia State.............................................L................0-3 Western Kentucky......................................W...............2-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............2-0 Alabama A&M............................................W...............2-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............2-1 Jacksonville................................................W...............2-0 Miss. U. for W.............................................W...............2-0 Montevallo.................................................L................0-2 Southern Baptist........................................W...............2-0 Arkansas State...........................................W...............2-1 Cincinnati...................................................L................1-3 Wright State...............................................L................0-3 Dayton.......................................................W...............3-0 Northern Kentucky.....................................L................1-3

Kentucky State...........................................W...............3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-3 Austin Peay ...............................................W...............2-0 Morehead State..........................................L................1-2 North Georgia ............................................W...............2-0 Miss. U. for W..............................................L................1-2 Alabama State...........................................W...............2-1 Columbus College......................................W...............2-0 Jacksonville State.......................................W...............2-1 Lake City CC................................................W...............2-0 Georgia......................................................L................1-2 West Georgia..............................................W ..............2-0 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............2-0 North Alabama ..........................................W...............2-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................0-2 Memphis State...........................................W...............2-0 Morehead State..........................................L................0-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-2 Florida State...............................................L................0-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-1 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-2 Youngstown St...........................................W...............2-0 Akron.........................................................W...............2-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................1-2 1983 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 31-9 Mars Hill.....................................................W...............2-0 UNC Asheville.............................................W...............2-0 High Point..................................................W...............2-0 Western Carolina........................................W...............2-0 Western Carolina........................................W...............2-1 Austin Peay................................................W...............2-0 Murray State..............................................W...............2-0 Georgia .....................................................L................1-3 Mississippi State.........................................W ..............3-0 South Carolina............................................L................1-3 Morehead State..........................................L................1-3 Memphis State...........................................W...............3-2 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............2-0 Youngstown State......................................W...............2-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............2-0 Miss. U. for W..............................................W...............2-0 North Alabama..........................................L................0-2 Huntington................................................W...............2-0 UA-Birmingham.........................................L................0-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Bellarmine.................................................W...............3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-3 UC-SB.........................................................L................0-2 Kentucky....................................................L................0-3 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-0 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................W...............2-0 Morehead State..........................................W...............2-0 Youngstown...............................................W...............2-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............2-0 Akron.........................................................W...............2-0 E.Kentucky.................................................L................1-3 1984 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 17-12 Western Carolina........................................L................1-3 Central Florida............................................W...............3-0 UA-Birmingham.........................................W...............3-1 Clemson.....................................................W...............3-0 Mississippi..................................................L................1-3 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................W...............3-0 Middle Tenn...............................................W...............3-0 Georgia......................................................L................0-3

Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................1-3 Youngstown State......................................W...............3-1 Akron.........................................................W...............3-0 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 Tennessee..................................................L................0-3 Morehead State..........................................L................2-3 Evansville...................................................L................2-3 Kentucky....................................................L................1-3 Xavier.........................................................L................0-3 Bellarmine.................................................W...............3-0 Evansville...................................................L................1-3 Murray State..............................................W...............3-1 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 UA-Birmingham.........................................W...............3-0 Tennessee..................................................L................1-3 Akron.........................................................W...............3-2 E. Kentucky................................................L................0-3 1985 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 22-9 Evansville...................................................W...............3-0 South Alabama..........................................W...............3-0 UA-Birmingham.........................................L................0-3 Georgia Tech...............................................W...............3-0 Mississippi State.........................................W...............3-1 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-0 Georgia .....................................................L................1-3 Georgia Tech...............................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-3 Morehead State..........................................L................1-3 Youngstown State......................................W...............3-0 Akron.........................................................W...............3-0 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................W...............3-0 Western Kentucky......................................W...............3-1 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 UA-Birmingham.........................................L................0-3 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 Tennessee..................................................L................1-3 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-1 Western Kentucky......................................W...............3-0 Memphis State...........................................W...............3-1 Tulsa...........................................................L................1-3 Mississippi State.........................................W...............3-2 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-0 Tennessee..................................................L................1-3 Morehead State..........................................L................1-3 Akron.........................................................W...............3-0 1986 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 20-17 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-0 Tennessee..................................................L................0-3 Middle Tenn...............................................W...............3-0 UA-Birmingham.........................................W...............3-1 UNC-Charlotte............................................W...............3-1 Western Carolina........................................L................0-3 Cincinnati...................................................L................0-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................1-3 So. Mississippi............................................W...............3-1 Mississippi State.........................................L................0-3 SE Louisiana...............................................W...............3-2 Tennessee..................................................L................1-3 Western Carolina........................................W...............3-1 Murray State..............................................W...............3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................2-3 Appalachian State......................................L................0-2 Marshall.....................................................W...............2-0 Western Carolina........................................L................1-2 UT Martin...................................................W...............2-1 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-1 Youngstown State......................................W...............3-0

Morehead State..........................................L................1-3 Akron.........................................................W...............3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-3 UA-Birmingham.........................................L................1-3 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................L................1-3 Murray State..............................................W...............3-0 Western Kentucky......................................W...............3-2 Evansville...................................................L................2-3 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 Georgia Tech...............................................W...............3-0 Georgia......................................................L................0-3 Morehead State..........................................L................1-3 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 1987 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 13-19 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-1 UA-Birmingham.........................................L................0-3 Western Kentucky......................................L................2-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................1-3 Pennsylvania..............................................L................0-3 N.C. State...................................................L................0-3 Florida........................................................L................1-3 Western Carolina........................................L................0-3 Cincinnati...................................................L................1-3 Evansville...................................................W...............3-1 Eastern Illinois............................................L................1-3 Arkansas State...........................................L................0-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Davidson....................................................W...............3-0 Coastal Carolina..........................................W...............3-1 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-1 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 Kentucky....................................................L................0-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................1-3 Youngstown State......................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 Tennessee..................................................L................1-3 Murray State..............................................L................2-3 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................0-3 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Georgia .....................................................L................0-3 Georgia Tech...............................................L................2-3 E. Kentucky................................................L................1-3 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 1988 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 14-21 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-2 Austin Peay................................................L................2-3 Tennessee..................................................L................0-3 Louisville....................................................L................1-3 Western Kentucky......................................L................2-3 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-0 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-0 UA-Birmingham.........................................W...............3-2 Western Kentucky......................................L................1-3 UA-Birmingham.........................................L................1-3 Lamar.........................................................L................1-3 Mississippi..................................................L................2-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 So. Mississippi............................................W...............3-2 Missouri.....................................................L................1-3 Stephen F. Austin.......................................L................1-3 South Alabama..........................................L................0-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................1-3 Morehead State..........................................L................1-3 Cincinnati...................................................W...............3-2 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-1 Auburn.......................................................L................1-3 Georgia Tech...............................................L................1-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-1


Murray State..............................................L................0-3 Georgia......................................................L................0-3 Evansville...................................................W...............3-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................1-3 Morehead State..........................................L ................0-3 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 1989 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 19-17 UA-Birmingham.........................................L................0-3 Samford.....................................................W...............3-0 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-1 Western Kentucky......................................L................0-3 UA-Birmingham.........................................L................0-3 Utah State..................................................L................0-3 Murray State..............................................L................0-3 Memphis State...........................................L................1-3 Tennessee..................................................L................1-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Evansville...................................................W...............3-1 Valparaiso..................................................W...............3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................L................0-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................2-3 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 Alabama....................................................W...............3-2 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................L................0-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Stetson.......................................................W...............3-2 Central Florida............................................W...............3-1 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-0 Florida A&M...............................................W...............3-0 Central Florida............................................W...............3-1 Western Kentucky......................................W...............3-1 East Carolina..............................................W...............3-0 Georgia Tech...............................................L................2-3 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-3 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-1 Austin Peay................................................L................2-3 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 Akron.........................................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................2-3 1990 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 19-15 Kentucky....................................................L................0-3 Central Michigan........................................L................1-3 West Virginia..............................................L................1-3 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-1 Western Kentucky......................................L................2-3 Tennessee..................................................L................0-3 Baptist College...........................................W...............3-0 Georgia Tech...............................................W...............3-0 Sam Houston.............................................L................2-3 Nicholls State.............................................W...............3-1 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-1 Georgia Tech...............................................W...............3-0 New Orleans...............................................L................1-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................L................2-3 Western Kentucky......................................W...............3-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................1-3 Morehead State..........................................L................1-3 Middle Tenn...............................................W...............3-1 Evansville...................................................W...............3-0 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-1 Georgia Tech...............................................W ..............3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................L................0-3 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-0 Alabama....................................................L................2-3 Mississippi..................................................L................1-3

Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 E. Kentucky................................................L................0-3 1991 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 8-24 UT Chattanooga.........................................L................1-3 Valparaiso..................................................L................0-3 Butler.........................................................L................0-3 UA-Birmingham.........................................L................0-3 UW-Green Bay............................................L................0-3 Tennessee..................................................L................0-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-1 Eastern Ilinois.............................................L................0-3 Evansville...................................................L................0-3 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................0-3 Western Kentucky......................................L................0-3 UT Martin...................................................L................2-3 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................1-3 Murray State..............................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................L................0-3 Morehead..................................................L................2-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-3 Furman......................................................W.......... forfeit Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-2 Murray State..............................................L................2-3 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-1 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................0-3 Western Kentucky......................................L................1-3 Liberty.......................................................W...............3-2 East Carolina..............................................W...............3-0 East Tennessee...........................................L................2-3 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................L................1-3 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 1992 Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 10-22 Dayton.......................................................L................1-3 Missouri.....................................................L................1-3 Samford.....................................................W...............3-1 Missouri.....................................................L................1-3 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-0 East Tennessee...........................................L................0-3 Mississippi State.........................................L................1-3 Robert Morris.............................................W...............3-1 Winthrop ...................................................W...............3-1 Marshall.....................................................W...............3-1 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-1 UT Martin...................................................L................1-3 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................0-3 Tennessee..................................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................L................1-3 Murray State..............................................L................0-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................1-3 Morehead State..........................................L................1-3 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-2 Northeastern Ill..........................................L................2-3 Western Kentucky......................................L................0-3 UT-Martin..................................................W...............3-1 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................L................2-3 Murray State..............................................L................1-3 UT-Chattanooga.........................................L................0-3 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................2-3 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................2-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................L................0-3 1993

Coach: Sharron Bilbrey Record: 21-14 Southeast La..............................................W...............3-1 Alabama....................................................L................0-3 Alabama State...........................................W...............3-0 Syracuse.....................................................W...............3-2 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-1 Xavier.........................................................L................1-3 Western Kentucky......................................L................0-3 Western Carolina........................................W...............3-0 Robert Morris.............................................W...............3-0 UNC-Asheville............................................W...............3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 S.E. Missouri...............................................W...............3-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 Austin Peay................................................L................1-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-2 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................2-3 Oral Roberts...............................................W...............3-0 East Tennessee...........................................L................2-3 Western Kentucky......................................L................2-3 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................0-3 UT Martin...................................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................L................2-3 Murray State..............................................W...............3-1 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-1 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 Nicholls State.............................................W...............3-0 New Orleans...............................................L................0-3 McNeese State...........................................L................0-3 E. Kentucky................................................W...............3-1 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................0-3 1994 Coach: Jennie Gilbert Record: 16-17 Georgia Tech...............................................L................1-3 William & Mary..........................................L................0-3 Davidson....................................................W...............3-0 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-1 UNC-Asheville............................................W...............3-0 Western Kentucky......................................L................0-3 N.E. Louisiana............................................W...............3-0 DePaul.......................................................W...............3-2 Liberty.......................................................W...............3-2 Furman......................................................L................0-3 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-1 Furman......................................................W...............3-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-2 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................3-1 Murray State..............................................L................3-1 Tenn. State (TV).........................................W...............3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-1 Morehead..................................................L................3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-1 Western Kentucky......................................L................3-1 South Carolina............................................L ................3-0 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................3-1 Tennessee..................................................L................3-0 Austin Peay................................................L................3-1 Murray State..............................................L................3-1 Morehead..................................................L................3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-1 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................3-0 1995 Coach: Jennie Gilbert Record: 15-15 Florida State...............................................L................3-1 South Florida..............................................L................3-0

Memphis....................................................L................3-2 Drexel.........................................................W...............3-2 Youngstown...............................................W...............3-1 Ohio...........................................................L................3-1 NC A&T.......................................................W...............3-0 Western Carolina........................................W...............3-0 Cincinnati...................................................L................3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay (TV).........................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................3-1 Tennessee..................................................L................3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-1 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-1 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................3-0 Western Kentucky......................................L................3-1 Austin Peay................................................L................3-2 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................3-1 Campbell....................................................W...............3-0 Troy State...................................................L................3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................3-1 1996 Coach: Jennie Gilbert Record: 10-20 Evansville...................................................W...............3-0 Cal Poly SLO................................................L................1-3 Dayton.......................................................L................0-3 Wichita State..............................................W...............3-0 Bradley.......................................................W...............3-0 Northern Illinois.........................................L................0-3 Western Carolina........................................W...............3-0 Samford.....................................................W...............3-0 Xavier.........................................................L................0-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................1-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................2-3 Tennessee..................................................L................0-3 Murray State..............................................L................0-3 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-2 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................0-3 Eastern Illinois............................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................L................0-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-2 Morehead State..........................................L................1-3 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................1-3 Eastern Illinois............................................L................2-3 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................1-3 Tennessee State.........................................L................0-3 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................L................2-3 Austin Peay................................................L................1-3 Western Kentucky......................................L................0-3 UT Martin...................................................L................2-3


1997 Coach: Jennie Gilbert Record: 23-10 East Tennessee...........................................W...............3-1 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-2 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-1 Tennessee..................................................W...............3-0 Kentucky....................................................L................1-3 Iowa...........................................................L................0-3 Cal-Sacramento.........................................L................1-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Xavier.........................................................L................2-3 Miami (Ohio)..............................................L................0-3 Georgetown...............................................W...............3-2 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................1-3 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-1 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 Belmont.....................................................W...............3-1 Eastern Illinois............................................L................2-3 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................1-3 Tennessee State.........................................L................0-3 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-2 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-1 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-1 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-1 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-1 Colorado.....................................................L................0-3 1998 Coach: Jennie Gilbert Record: 22-7 Providence.................................................W...............3-1 Xavier.........................................................W...............3-1 Mississippi State.........................................W...............3-0 South Florida..............................................L................0-3 Dayton.......................................................L................2-3 Cleveland State..........................................W...............3-2 Connecticut................................................W...............3-0 Kent State..................................................W...............3-1 Eastern Illinois............................................L................1-3 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 Belmont.....................................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-2 Austin Peay................................................L................2-3 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-2 S.E. Missouri...............................................W...............3-2 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-1 Murray State..............................................W...............3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................2-3 Belmont.....................................................W...............3-0 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................0-3 1999 Coach: Jennie Gilbert Record: 13-13 Ball State....................................................L................0-3 Dayton.......................................................L................0-3 Marshall.....................................................L................0-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Weber State...............................................L................0-3 Air Force.....................................................L................1-3 Morgan State.............................................W...............3-0

Morehead State..........................................W...............3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-1 Belmont.....................................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................L................2-3 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................2-3 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-1 Middle Tenn...............................................W...............3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................L................2-3 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................0-3 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-2 Murray State..............................................L ................0-3 Middle Tennessee.......................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-2 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................1-3 Eastern Illinois............................................L................1-3 Murray State..............................................L................0-3 2000 Coach: Jennie Gilbert Record: 11-15 Army..........................................................W...............3-1 F’leigh Dickinson........................................W...............3-0 Marist University........................................W...............3-0 Centenary..................................................W...............3-0 Lou. Monroe...............................................W...............3-0 Mississippi State.........................................L................0-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Wright State...............................................W...............3-2 Central Florida............................................L................1-3 W. Kentucky...............................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................L................0-3 E. Kentucky................................................W...............3-2 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-0 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................0-3 Eastern Illinois............................................L................0-3 UT Martin...................................................L................0-3 Murray State..............................................L................1-3 Morehead State..........................................L................2-3 E. Kentucky................................................L................1-3 Austin Peay................................................L................0-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................L................1-3 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................1-3 UT Martin...................................................L................2-3 Murray State..............................................L................0-3 Belmont.....................................................W...............3-1 2001 Coach: Jennie Gilbert Record: 8-16 Ohio University...........................................W...............3-2 Ohio State..................................................L................0-3 Illinois-Chicago..........................................L................0-3 Georgia State.............................................L................0-3 Birmingham-Southern...............................W...............3-0 Belmont.....................................................W...............3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................L................0-3 Morehead State..........................................L................1-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................2-3 UT Martin...................................................L................2-3 Murray State..............................................L................1-3 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................1-3 Eastern Illinois............................................L................0-3 Belmont.....................................................W...............3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................2-3 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 UT Martin...................................................L................1-3 Murray State..............................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................L................2-3 Lipscomb...................................................W...............3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-2 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................0-3 2002 Coach: Jennie Gilbert

Record: 8-18 College of Charleston.................................L................0-3 Boston College...........................................L................0-3 Weber State...............................................L................2-3 Texas Pan-American...................................W...............3-0 Florida International..................................L................1-2 Xavier.........................................................L................1-3 Elon............................................................W...............3-0 Cleveland State..........................................L................1-3 Marshall.....................................................L................1-3 St. Francis...................................................W...............3-1 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-1 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-3 Murray State..............................................L................0-3 UT Martin...................................................L................0-3 Southeast Missouri.....................................L................1-3 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-1 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................L................2-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................L................0-3 Southeast Missouri.....................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-1 UT Martin...................................................L................0-3 Murray State..............................................L................0-3 2003 Coach: John Blair Record: 10-19 SMU...........................................................L................1-3 Wake Forest...............................................L................0-3 Kentucky....................................................L................1-3 Western Kentucky......................................L................0-3 Memphis....................................................L................0-3 Louisiana-Lafayette...................................W...............3-1 Holy Cross...................................................W...............3-1 UNC-Greensboro........................................W...............3-1 Winthrop....................................................L................0-3 Wisconsin-Green Bay.................................L................1-3 Georgia State.............................................W...............3-2 Belmont.....................................................W...............3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-2 SE Missouri State........................................L................0-3 Morehead State..........................................L................0-3 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................0-3 SE Missouri State........................................L................0-3 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-1 Austin Peay................................................L................2-3 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Samford.....................................................W...............3-1 Jacksonville State.......................................L................2-3 Middle Tennessee *....................................L................3-1 Murray State..............................................L................0-3 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Samford.....................................................L................0-3 Jacksonville State.......................................L................0-3 Austin Peay................................................L................1-3 Morehead State..........................................L................1-3 2004 Coach: John Blair Record: 12-16 West Virginia..............................................W...............3-2 Dayton.......................................................L................3-1 Coastal Carolina..........................................L................3-1 Western Kentucky......................................L................3-1 Xavier.........................................................L................3-0 Georgia Tech...............................................L................3-0 William and Mary.......................................W...............3-0 Davidson....................................................W...............3-2 Liberty.......................................................W...............3-1 Belmont.....................................................L................3-1 Eastern Illinois............................................L................3-0 S.E. Missouri...............................................W...............3-1 Morehead State..........................................L................3-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-0 Middle Tennessee *....................................L................3-2 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................3-2

Eastern Illinois............................................L................3-1 Austin Peay................................................L................3-1 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Samford.....................................................W...............3-1 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-2 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 UT Martin...................................................L................3-0 Jacksonville State.......................................W...............3-0 Samford.....................................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-1 Lipscomb ...................................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................3-2 * Wins vacated by MTSU in 2003, 2004 and 2005 due to NCAA action 2005 Coach: John Blair Record: 7-22 High Point..................................................W...............3-1 Appalachian State......................................W...............3-2 East Carolina..............................................L................3-0 IUPUI..........................................................L................3-2 UT-Martin..................................................W...............3-0 MCN...........................................................L................3-0 Middle Tennessee *....................................L................3-0 Western Kentucky......................................L................3-0 Evansville...................................................L................3-0 Lipscomb...................................................L................3-1 IUPUI..........................................................W...............3-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................3-2 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-0 Samford.....................................................L................3-1 Southeast Missouri.....................................W...............3-2 Eastern Illinois............................................L................3-2 Tennessee State.........................................L................3-1 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-2 UT Martin...................................................L................3-1 Murray State..............................................L................3-1 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-2 Samford.....................................................L................3-1 Lipscomb...................................................L................3-1 Southeast Missouri.....................................L................3-2 Eastern Illinois............................................L................3-0 Belmont.....................................................L................3-0 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-0 2006 Coach: John Blair Record: 12-17 Maine.........................................................W...............3-1 UCLA..........................................................L................3-0 Western Michigan......................................L................3-0 Louisville....................................................L................3-0 Arizona.......................................................L................3-1 Dayton.......................................................L................3-0 Ohio State..................................................L................3-0 Michigan State...........................................L................3-0 Appalachian State......................................W...............3-2 Ball State....................................................W...............3-2 Western Kentucky......................................L................3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................3-1 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-0 Samford.....................................................W...............3-1 S.E. Missouri...............................................L................3-1 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-2 Tennessee State.........................................L................3-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Belmont.....................................................L................3-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-1 Murray State..............................................W...............3-1 Samford.....................................................W...............3-0 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-0 S.E. Missouri...............................................W...............3-1 Lipscomb...................................................W...............3-1 Morehead State..........................................L................3-2


Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-2 2007 Coach: John Blair Record: 18-15 Coastal Carolina..........................................W...............3-2 Memphis....................................................W...............3-1 Louisville....................................................L................3-1 Utah Valley.................................................L................3-2 Butler.........................................................L................3-1 Northern Illinois.........................................L................3-0 Lipscomb...................................................W...............3-1 UT-Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-2 Missouri State............................................L................3-0 UNC-Asheville............................................W...............3-0 Belmont.....................................................W...............3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-1 Southeast Missouri.....................................L................3-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-2 Morehead State..........................................L................3-0 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-0 Samford.....................................................W...............3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................L................3-1 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-1 Tennessee State.........................................L................3-1 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Southeast Missouri.....................................L................3-1 Eastern Illinois............................................L................3-0 Morehead State..........................................L................3-1 Samford.....................................................W...............3-1 Jacksonville State.......................................W...............3-2 Tennessee State.........................................L................3-2 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-1 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................W...............3-0 Southeast Missouri.....................................W...............3-1 Morehead State..........................................L................3-2 2008 Coach: John Blair Record: 19-13 Marshall.....................................................L................3-0 Cincinnati...................................................L................3-1 Wright State...............................................W...............3-0 Purdue.......................................................L................3-0 Ball State....................................................W...............3-2 Southern Illinois.........................................L................3-0 Valpariaso..................................................L................3-2 Miami (Ohio)..............................................L................3-0 Furman......................................................W...............3-1 Western Kentucky......................................L................3-0 Austin Peay................................................L................3-2 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-1 Jacksonville State.......................................W...............3-2 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-0 Southeast Missouri.....................................W...............3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-1 Morehead State..........................................L................3-1 Murray State..............................................W...............3-1 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Jacksonville State.......................................W...............3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-2 Southeast Missouri.....................................L................1-3 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-1 Murray State..............................................L................3-0 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 Louisville....................................................L................3-0 Tulane........................................................L................3-1 2009 Coach: John Blair Record: 10-18 Tennessee..................................................L................3-0 Lipscomb...................................................L................3-0

Western Kentucky......................................L................3-0 North Florida..............................................L................3-2 William and Mary.......................................W...............3-2 Appalachian State......................................L................3-1 Louisville....................................................L................3-1 Liberty.......................................................L................3-2 Toledo........................................................L................3-1 Southeast Missouri.....................................L................3-2 Eastern Illinois............................................L................3-0 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-2 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 Austin Peay................................................L................3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-2 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-1 Southeast Missouri.....................................W...............3-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-0 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-1 Murray State..............................................L................3-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-1 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-2 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................L................3-1 Morehead State..........................................L................3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-1 Murray State..............................................L................3-1 2010 Coach: John Blair Record: 11-20 Albany........................................................L................3-1 Clemson.....................................................L................3-0 Jacksonville................................................L................3-2 Belmont.....................................................W...............3-1 Syracuse.....................................................L................3-1 Northwestern State....................................W...............3-0 North Texas................................................L................3-0 Samford.....................................................L................3-0 Missouri.....................................................L................3-0 Central Arkansas........................................L................3-0 Western Kentucky......................................L................3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-1 Morehead State..........................................L................3-0 Austin Peay................................................L................3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-1 Murray State..............................................L................3-2 Southeast Missouri.....................................W...............3-1 Eastern Illinois............................................L................3-2 Jacksonville State.......................................W...............3-1 Morehead State..........................................L................3-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-1 Tennessee State.........................................L................3-2 Austin Peay................................................L................3-0 Jacksonville State.......................................W...............3-1 Murray State..............................................W...............3-2 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-0 Southeast Missouri.....................................L................3-1 Jacksonville State.......................................W...............3-2 Austin Peay................................................L................3-1 2011 Coach: John Blair Record: 5-25 Louisville....................................................L................3-0 Georgia Tech...............................................L................3-0 Kansas State...............................................L................3-0 Lipscomb...................................................L................3-1 Arkansas State...........................................L................3-0 UNC Charlotte............................................L................3-2 Belmont.....................................................L................3-0 UNC Asheville.............................................L................3-0 UT Chattanooga.........................................W...............3-2 East Tennessee...........................................L................3-1 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-0 UT Martin...................................................L................3-1 Murray State..............................................L................3-0 Southeast Missouri.....................................L................3-1 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-2

Austin Peay................................................L................3-0 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-2 Morehead State..........................................L................3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-0 SIU Edwardsville.........................................W...............3-2 Eastern Illinois............................................L................3-0 UT Martin...................................................L................3-1 Southeast Missouri.....................................L................3-1 Murray State..............................................W...............3-1 Austin Peay................................................L................3-1 Tennessee State.........................................L................3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................L................3-0 SIU Edwardsville.........................................L................3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-2 Morehead State..........................................L................3-0 2012 Coach: John Blair Record: 3-25 S.C. Upstate................................................L................3-0 Alcorn St.....................................................W...............3-0 Chattanooga..............................................L................3-0 Xavier.........................................................L................3-0 Marquette..................................................L................3-0 Mississippi..................................................L................3-0 Western Kentucky......................................L................3-0 IUPUI..........................................................L................3-0 Dayton.......................................................L................3-0 Gardner-Webb...........................................L................3-1 Samford.....................................................L................3-0 Alcorn St.....................................................W...............3-0 Murray St...................................................L................3-0 Austin Peay................................................L................3-1 Jacksonville St............................................L................3-0 UT Martin...................................................L................3-2 Tennessee St..............................................L................3-0 Belmont.....................................................L................3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-1 Morehead St...............................................L................3-1 Belmont.....................................................L................3-2 Tennessee St..............................................L................3-0 Morehead St...............................................L................3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-2 SIUE...........................................................W...............3-1 Eastern Illinois............................................L................3-1 Jacksonville St............................................L................3-1 Southeast Missouri.....................................L................3-1 2013 Coach: Dave Zelenock Record: 5-21 Winthrop....................................................L................3-0 Savannah St...............................................W...............3-0 Fordham....................................................W...............3-1 Akron.........................................................L................3-0 Wis.-Milwaukee.........................................L................3-1 Niagara......................................................W...............3-0 Kennesaw St..............................................L................3-2 Coastal Carolina..........................................L................3-1 Stony Brook................................................W...............3-2 Samford.....................................................L................3-0 Murray St...................................................L................3-2 Austin Peay................................................L................3-1 Jacksonville St............................................L................3-0 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-2 Tennessee St..............................................L................3-0 Belmont.....................................................L................3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-0 Morehead St...............................................L................3-0 Tennessee St..............................................L................3-0 Belmont.....................................................L................3-1 Morehead St...............................................L................3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-0 SIUE...........................................................L................3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................L................3-0 Jacksonville St............................................L................3-0 Southeast Missouri St.................................L................3-1 2014 Coach: Dave Zelenock

Record: 15-19 Tennessee..................................................L................3-0 Appalachian State......................................L................3-0 Cleveland State..........................................L................3-0 East Carolina..............................................L................3-0 Norfolk State..............................................W...............3-2 Morgan State.............................................W...............3-0 UNC Wilmington........................................L................3-1 Alcorn State...............................................W...............3-0 McNeese State...........................................L................3-0 La. Monroe.................................................L................3-0 Prairie View................................................W...............3-0 Wofford......................................................L................3-0 NC A&T.......................................................W...............3-1 S.C Upstate.................................................L................3-1 Gardner Webb............................................W...............3-2 Western Kentucky......................................L................3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-2 SIUE...........................................................W...............3-2 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-1 SEMO..........................................................L................3-0 Belmont.....................................................L................3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-1 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-2 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-1 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-0 Austin Peay................................................L................3-1 Murray State..............................................L................3-0 Tennessee State.........................................W...............3-2 Belmont.....................................................L................3-0 Jacksonville State.......................................W...............3-1 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-1 Jacksonville State ......................................W...............3-2 Murray State..............................................L................3-0 2015 Coach: Dave Zelenock Record: 10-21 Evansville...................................................L................3-2 Wright State...............................................L................3-0 Niagara......................................................L................3-1 Tennessee..................................................L................3-1 North Florida..............................................L................3-0 UNC Greensboro.........................................L................3-2 Arkansas-Pine Bluff....................................W...............3-0 Little Rock..................................................L................3-0 Memphis....................................................L................3-0 Auburn.......................................................L................3-0 Towson.......................................................L................3-0 Western Carolina........................................W...............3-1 Idaho.........................................................L................3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................L................3-0 SIUE...........................................................W...............3-2 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-1 Southeast Missouri.....................................W...............3-0 Belmont.....................................................L................3-1 Tennessee State.........................................L................3-1 Morehead State..........................................W...............3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-1 Morehead State..........................................L................3-1 Austin Peay................................................W...............3-0 Murray State..............................................L................3-1 Tennessee State.........................................L................3-2 Belmont.....................................................W...............3-2 Jacksonville State.......................................W...............3-1 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-2 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-2 Belmont.....................................................L................3-1 2016 Coach: Dave Zelenock Record: 7-22 Charleston Southern..................................W...............3-0 UAB............................................................W...............3-2 Western Carolina........................................W...............3-1 Radford......................................................L................3-0 Samford.....................................................L................3-1 Northwestern State....................................W...............3-0


UAB............................................................L................3-0 Seton Hall..................................................L................3-0 Illinois State...............................................L................3-0 Middle Tennessee.......................................L................3-2 Oregon State..............................................L................3-0 Idaho.........................................................L................3-1 Wyoming...................................................L................3-0 Eastern Kentucky........................................W...............3-1 Morehead State..........................................L................3-0 Tennessee State.........................................L................3-2 Belmont.....................................................L................3-1 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-1 UT Martin...................................................W...............3-1 Murray State..............................................L................3-0 Austin Peay................................................L................3-0 SIUE...........................................................L................3-0 Eastern Illinois............................................W...............3-2 Morehead State..........................................L................3-1 Eastern Kentucky........................................L................3-0 Tennessee State.........................................L................3-0 Belmont.....................................................L................3-0 Jacksonville State.......................................L................3-0 Southeast Missouri.....................................L................3-0

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