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Golden Eagle Roster (Alphabetical)

Sharon Anderson 5-9, Freshman, S Burr Ridge, Ill.

Ellen Cont 6-0, Junior, OH Grove City, Ohio

Cody Dodd 6-4, Sophomore, MB Cookeville, Tenn.

Ashleigh Hancock 5-10, Senior, S Richmond, New Zealand

Madison Keyes 6-0, Junior, MB Cincinnati, Ohio

Audrey Lewis 5-10, Sophomore, OH Columbus, Ind.

Christine Maci 6-0, Junior, MB Fishers, Ind.

Allison May 5-9, R-Junior, DS/L Louisville, Ky.

Natalie Penrod 5-11, Senior, OH Alexandria, Ky.

Elise Robertson 6-2, Senior, OPP Strongsville, Ohio

Irem Sile 5-10, Freshman, OH Istanbul, Turkey

Courtney Smith 5-3, Junior, L/DS Knoxville, Tenn.

Rachel Travis 5-10, Freshman, OH Chattanooga, Tenn.

Kennedy Wade 5-6, Freshman, DS Knoxville, Tenn.

Dave Zelenock Head Coach First Season


GOLDEN EAGLE VOLLEYBALL Tech Quick Facts Location: Cookeville, Tennessee Founded: 1915 Enrollment: 11,385 President: Dr. Philip Oldham Athletics Director: Mark Wilson Sports Info Director: Rob Schabert SID Volleyball Contact: Jocelyn VerVelde Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Purple and Gold Conference: Ohio Valley Affiliation: NCAA Division I Arena: Eblen Center (9,282)

Head Coach: Dave Zelenock Alma Mater: Central Michigan (2005) Career Record: First Season Record at Tech: First Season Assistant Coach: Cassandra Joyner Assistant Coach: Oyinlola Oladinni Team Athletic Trainer: Chuck Cushman Team Managers: Chrissy Cox, Lori Keck 2012 Record: 3-25 2012 OVC Record: 1-15 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 5/1

The Eblen Center is the home of the Golden Eagles and holds 9,282 fans.

On The Covers

Seniors Ashleigh Hancock and Elise Robertson are pictured on the front cover and senior Natalie Penrod is pictured on the back cover with the 2013 schedule.

What’s Inside 2013 Schedule...........................................2 2013 Roster/Team Photo.......................3 Returnees Profiles..............................4-23 Newcomers Profiles........................ 24-27 Head Coach Dave Zelenock......... 28-29 Assistant Coaches............................ 30-31 2012 Statistics................................... 32-33 2012 OVC Leaders........................... 34-35 2013 Non-Conference......................... 36 2013 OVC Preview................................. 37 Vs. All Opponents................................. 38 Tech All-Time Participants.................. 39 Golden Eagle Honors..................... 40-41 Individual Match Records................... 42 Individual Season Records................. 43 Individual Career Records.................. 44

Year-by-Year Results....................... 45-49 Cookeville, Tennessee.......................... 54 This is Tennessee Tech......................... 55 University Administration.................. 56 Athletic Administration....................... 57 Academic Support.......................... 58-59 Sports Medicine............................... 60-61 Athletic Performance..................... 62-63 TTU Sports Hall of Fame...................... 64 Athletic Honors...................................... 65 Athletic Staff............................................ 66 The OVC.................................................... 67 APC....................................................... 68-69 Media Relations............................... 70-71 The Upper Cumberland...................... 72

Contents Credits The 2013 Tennessee Tech Volleyball Guide was produced by the Sports Information Office. Writing, editing and layout by Sports Information Coordinator Jocelyn VerVelde. Photography by TTU Photo Services, Tony Marable and Jim Dillon. Cover design and production by WD Stone and Associates, Cookeville, Tenn. This digital guide was produced by the Tennessee Tech Sports Information Office. Tennessee Tech University is an AA/EEO employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its program and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Director of Diversity & Legal Affairs, PO Box 5164, Cookeville, TN 38505, 931-372-3016. R035-PDF-13

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GOLDEN EAGLE 2013 SCHEDULE Date Aug. 24 Aug. 30 Aug. 31 Aug. 31 Sept. 6 Sept. 6 Sept. 7 Sept. 13 Sept. 13 Sept. 14 Sept. 14 Sept. 27 Sept. 28 Oct. 1 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 12 Oct. 18 Oct. 19 Oct. 22 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 2 Nov. 8 Nov. 9 Nov. 12 Nov. 16 Nov. 21-25 Dec. 5-6 Dec. 13-14 Dec. 19-21

Opponent Purple vs. Gold Scrimmage at Winthrop 1 vs. Savannah State 1 vs. Fordham 1 at Akron 2 vs. Milwaukee 2 vs. Niagara 2 at Kennesaw State 3 vs. Coastal Carolina 3 vs. Stony Brook 3 vs. Samford 3 Murray State * Austin Peay * at Jacksonville State * at UT Martin * Tennessee State * Belmont * at Eastern Kentucky * at Morehead State * at Tennessee State * at Belmont * Morehead State * Eastern Kentucky * at SIUE * at Eastern Illinois * Jacksonville State * (DH/MBB) Southeast Missouri * at OVC Tournament at NCAA First Round at NCAA Regional at NCAA Final Four

Site COOKEVILLE Rock Hill, S.C. Rock HIll, S.C. Rock Hill, S.C. Akron, Ohio Akron, Ohio Akron, Ohio Kennesaw, Ga. Kennesaw, Ga. Kennesaw, Ga. Kennesaw, Ga. COOKEVILLE COOKEVILLE Jacksonville, Ala. Martin, Tenn. COOKEVILLE COOKEVILLE Richmond, Ky. Morehead, Ky. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. COOKEVILLE COOKEVILLE Edwardsville, Ill. Charleston, Ill. COOKEVILLE COOKEVILLE TBA TBA TBA Seattle, Wash.

All times listed are Central * Denotes Ohio Valley Conference match 1 Denotes at Winthrop Invitational 2 Denotes at Akron Invitational 3 Denotes at Kennesaw State Invitational (DH) Denotes doubleheader Bold indicates home matches

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Time 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 4 p.m. 9 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA


GOLDEN EAGLE ROSTERS No. Name 7 5 29 6 8 13 14 25 3 17 12 2 10 24

Pos.

Sharon Anderson Ellen Conti Cody Dodd Ashleigh Hancock Madison Keyes Audrey Lewis Christine Maci Allison May Natalie Penrod Elise Robertson Irem Sile Courtney Smith Rachel Travis Kennedy Wade

S OH MB S MB OH MB DS OH OH OH DS OH DS

Cl. Ht. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. R-Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

5-9 6-0 6- 4 5-11 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-9 5-11 6-2 5-10 5-3 5-11 5-6

Hometown/High School Burr Ridge, Ill. / Hindsdale South Grove City, Ohio / Grove City Cookeville, Tenn. / Cookeville Richmond, New Zealand / Waimea Cincinnati, Ohio / Sycamore Columbus, Ind. / Columbus North Fishers, Ind. / Cathedral Louisville, Ky. / Assumption Alexandria, Ky. / Campbell County Strongsville, Ohio / Strongsville Istanbul, Turkey / Isteck Acibadem Lisesi Knoxville, Tenn. / Karns Chattanooga, Tenn. / Baylor School Knoxville, Tenn. / Grace Christian Academy

NUMERICAL ROSTER

No. Name 2 3 5 6 7 8 10 12 13 14 17 24 25 29

Courtney Smith Natalie Penrod Ellen Conti Ashleigh Hancock Sharon Anderson Madison Keyes Rachel Travis Irem Sile Audrey Lewis Christine Maci Elise Robertson Kennedy Wade Allison May Cody Dodd

GOLDEN EAGLE VOLLEYBALL STAFF Head Coach: Dave Zelenock (Central Michigan, 2005) Team Athletic Trainer: Chuck Cushman Assistant Coach: Cassandra Joyner (Delaware St., 2010), Oyinlola Oladinni (MTSU, 2011)

2013 Golden Eagle Volleyball Team

Front Row: Kennedy Wade, Sharon Anderson, Ashleigh Hancock, Natalie Penrod, Irem Sile, Courtney Smith Back Row: Audrey Lewis, Rachel Travis, Ellen Conti, Elise Robertson, Cody Dodd, Madison Keyes, Christine Maci, Alison May.

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Sr • 5-10 • S Richmond, New Zealand / Waimea College South Island Team Club

In 2012 (Junior): Ashleigh led the Golden Eagle squad with 4.54 assists per set, 440 total...tallied a career-high 31 assists versus SIUE (11/2)...dug a career-high 11 digs twice during the season...played in 97 of 98 sets...named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in both the fall and spring semesters. In 2011 (Sophomore): Ashleigh finished second on the team in assists with 148…played in 46 sets…named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. In 2010 (Freshman): Ashleigh finished second on the team in assists with 58, while playing in 26 sets...posted a career-high 17 assists against Eastern Kentucky (10/23)... tallied 14 digs, two kills and two aces. Prep Highlights: Earned four letters as a setter at Waimea Bay College (high school in New Zealand) as a setter... led her team to a national title in 2009 where she was named the Most Valuable Player...from 2007-09 Ashleigh was selected to the South Island Team and was named a team captain in 2009...named to both the New Zealand under 17 and New Zealand Junior Women’s team in 2008 and took part in the Junior Asian Championships in Taiwan...competed against the Australian Junior Women’s team in 2009. Personal File: The daughter of Blue and Wendy Hancock...full name is Ashleigh Louise Hancock...born August 18, 1991...majoring in Human Ecology.

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ASHLEIGH HANCOCK | 6


Ashleigh’s Career Highs Kills 1 at Samford, 9/4/10 Total Attempts 4 at Samford, 9/4/10 Assists 31 vs. SIU Ewardsville, 11/2/12 Digs 11 TWICE Aces 1 vs. Jacksonville St., 10/4/11 Blocks 1 vs. Murray St., 9/23/11

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Sr • 6-2 • OH Strongsville, Ohio /Strongsville HS Cleveland VB Company

In 2012 (Junior): Elise, coming back from an early season knee inury, played in the 42 sets for the Golden Eagles ...finished with 41 kills and 28 blocks.... named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for the fall semester. In 2011 (Sophomore): Elise finished her sophomore campaign with 102 kills, joining just three other Golden Eagles with at least 100 kills…finished second on the team in total blocks with 61, including 16 solo blocks…added 74 digs and 25 assists…posted a career-high 12 kills against Tennessee State (9/30)… notched a career-high nine digs against East Tennessee State (9/10)…named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. In 2010 (Freshman): Elise finished her freshman season with 99 kills, while playing in 114 sets...posted a careerhigh seven kills against Albany (8/27) and Western Kentucky (9/11)...tallied 69 total blocks including a seasonhigh six against Eastern Illinois (10/9). Prep Highlights: A two-sport athlete at Strongsville High School, Elise earned three letters in volleyball as a middle blocker and two letters in basketball as a center...named first-team all-district and all-conference in 2009...helped her team to sectional championships from 2006-09...earned a 2008 all-district and all-conference Honorable Mentions... named Best Offensive Player in 2008. Personal File: The daughter of David and Teresa Robertson...full name is Elizabeth Michelle Robertson...born November 1, 1991...majoring in Exercise Science.

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ELISE ROBERTSON | 17


Elise’s Career Highs Kills 12 Total Attempts 26 Assists 3 Digs 9 Blocks 6

vs. Tennessee St., 9/30/11 vs. Tennessee St., 9/30/11 vs. SIU Edwardsville, 10/14/11 vs. East Tennessee, 9/10/11 at Eastern Illinois, 10/9/10

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SR • 5-11 • OH Alexandria, Ky. /Campbell County HS NKYVC

In 2012 (Junior): Natalie was third in the team in kills during her junior campaign, averaging 1.77 per set ... named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in both the fall and spring semesters. In 2011 (Sophomore): Natalie led the Golden Eagle offense with 301 kills her sophomore season in 100 sets…was also one of three TTU players to post at least 200 digs…added 29 total blocks and 11 service aces…posted career-highs in kills (25) and digs (20) against UT Chattanooga (9/10)…tallied at least 10 kills in 16 matches, including eight of TTU’s last nine matches of the season…named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. In 2010 (Freshman): Natalie played in 114 sets during her freshman season, and all but one of Tech’s 31 matches...she led all Tech freshmen in kills with 268 for an average of 2.35 kills per set...recorded at least 10 kills in 12 matches including a career-high 16 against Southeast Missouri (11/13)...one of six Golden Eagles to tally more than 100 digs with 121 including a career-high 12 against Northwestern State (9/3)...added 43 total blocks and 11 service aces...one of two Golden Eagles named to the OVC all-newcomer team. Prep Highlights: A four-year starter and outside hitter for Campbell County High School, Natalie served as a team captain and was named the team’s Most Valuable Player in 2009...helped her team to four straight district titles and four regional second-place finishes from 2006-09...named to the 2009 NKY athletic conference All-Star Team and the 2009 Region 10 Player of the Year...club team won the Ohio Valley regional...earned Scholar-Athlete awards from 2006-09. Personal File: The daughter of Jeffrey and Connie Penrod...full name is Natalie Marie Penrod...born October 22, 1991...majoring in Marketing.

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NATALIE PENROD | 3


Natalie’s Career Highs Kills 25 Total Attempts 70 Assists 2 Digs 20 Aces 3 Blocks 4

vs. UT Chattanooga, 9/10/11 vs. UT Chattanooga, 9/10/11 vs. SIU Edwardsville, 10/14/11 vs. UT Chattanooga, 9/10/11 vs. Austin Peay, 10/1/10 at Eastern Illinois, 11/4/11

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R-Jr • 5-9 • DS Louisville, Ky. / Assumption HS KIVA Club

In 2012 ( Junior): Redshir ted In 2011 (Sophomore): Allison led the Golden Eagles with 507 digs in 107 sets…tallied at least 10 digs in all but two of the 29 matches she played in, including a season-high 30 against UT Chattanooga (9/10)…led the Golden Eagles with 30 service aces and tallied at least three aces in four matches… named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in the fall semester. In 2010 (Freshman): Allison was one of two Golden Eagles to play in all 119 sets...she led the team in digs with 535, which ranked seventh in the OVC...she tallied at least 20 digs in a match eight times, including a career-high 36 against Eastern Illinois (10/9)...finished second on the team in service aces with 30...named to the OVC all-newcomer team. Prep Highlights: Allison earned two letters as a defensive specialist at Assumption High School...named the Most Valuable Passer in 2006 and was named to the regional all-tournament team in 2009 after winning the district championship... at the club level, she played for KIVA and helped her team to the 2009 JVDA National Championship. Personal File: The daughter of Tim and Julie May of Louisville, Ky...full name is Allison Taylor May...born May 27, 1992...majoring in Nursing.

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ALLISON MAY | 25


Allison’s Career Highs Kills 1 Total Attempts 5 Assists 3 Digs 36 Aces 5

vs. Morehead St., 11/12/11 at Eastern Illinois, 11/4/11 vs. Jacksonville State, 11/18/10 at Eastern Illinois, 10/9/10 vs. Murray St., 11/5/10

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Jr • 5-4 • DS Knoxville, Tenn./ Karns HS Phoenix Rising

In 2012 (Sophomore): Courtney started all 28 matches at libero for the Golden Eagles...recorded double-digit digs in every match, including nine games with over 20 digs...recorded a career-best 31 digs twice during the season...finished fourth in digs per set in the OVC... named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in the spring semester. In 2011 (Freshman): Courtney appeared in 106 sets during her freshman season and finished second on the team in digs with 216…tallied 12 service aces and passed out five assists…notched at least 10 digs in seven matches, including a career-high 21 against UT Chattanooga (9/10)… posted five service aces against Jacksonville State (10/4)… named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. Prep Highlights: Courtney played four seasons as a libero on the Karns varsity volleyball team under coach Kynette Williams…she helped her team to state appearances in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and received All-American honors. Personal File: Courtney is the daughter of Randy and Kim Smith… born April 9, 1993…full name Courtney Rae Smith…majoring in Business.

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COURTNEY SMITH | 2


Courtney’s Career Highs Kills 2 Twice Total Attempts 7 vs. UT Chattanooga, 9/10/11 Assists 6 at Eastern Kentucky, 10/27/12 Aces 5 vs. Jacksonville St., 10/4/11 Digs 31 Twice

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Jr • 6-0 • MB/RS Cincinnati, Ohio /Sycamore HS Team Z

In 2012 (Sophomore): Madison played in all 28 matches for the Golden Eagles...recorded a hitting percentage of .300 or better in six contests...tallied a career-best 10 kills versus Eastern Kentucky (10/27)...tied a career-best 6 blocks versus UT-Martin (9/29)...named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in both the fall and spring semesters. In 2011 (Freshman): Madison finished third on the team in total blocks with 58 and posted 73 kills in 80 sets…tallied nine kills and six total blocks against Eastern Kentucky (11/11)…posted at least four total blocks in six matches…named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. Prep Highlights: A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Keyes spent four seasons as a member of the Sycamore volleyball team, three of which she started in...she led her team in blocks her sophomore and junior seasons...during her senior season she led her team in kills and finished second in blocks, en route to being named second team all-conference... during her junior and senior seasons, her team finished second in the Greater Miami Conference..she was also a threeyear varsity track and field athlete and led her team in the high jump event her sophomore and junior seasons en route to being named third team all-conference her junior season...she also participated in the 100 and 200-meter dashes. Personal File: Madison is the daughter of Michael and Wendy Keyes...born September 23, 1993...full name Madison Aleen E. Keyes...majoring in Nursing

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MADISON KEYES | 8


Madison’s Career Highs Kills 10 at Eastern Kentucky, 10/27/12 Total Attempts 28 at Eastern Kentucky, 10/27/12 Aces 2 vs. Gardner-Webb, 9/14/12 Digs 3 Twice Blocks 6 Twice

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Jr • 6-0 • OH Grove City, Ohio /Grove City HS Elite Volleyball Training Center

In 2012 (Sophomore): Ellen appeared in all 28 matches for the Golden Eagles.... scored double digit kills in six matches... tallied three double-doubles with digs and kills...recorded a career-high 18 digs versus SIUE (11/2)...tallied a careerhigh 6 blocks versus Eastern Kentucky (10/21)... named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in the fall and spring. In 2011 (Freshman): Ellen appeared in all 30 matches for TTU and finished second on the team in kills with 248… notched at least 10 kills in 10 matches, including a career-high 21 against SIU Edwardsville (10/14)…registered 54 digs and 22 total blocks and was named to the OVC all-Newcomer Team…named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. Prep Highlights: A native of Grove City, Ohio, Conti was a four-year starter for the varsity volleyball program at Grove City High School...she was named the team’s Most Valuable Defensive Player her freshman year and was named the team’s MVP her sophomore season...as a junior, Conti was named a team captain... was named to the second team all-Ohio Capital Conference...a year later as a senior, she was named first team all-Ohio Capital Conference and first team all-district... played three seasons of varsity basketball in which she was named second team allOhio Capital Conference her junior season and honorable mention all-metro...a National Honor Society member,as well as a member of Student Council, Ambassadors, Renaissance, Fellowship of Christian Athletes...she was also named a Scholar Athlete all four years at Grove City High School... received the Ohio Capital Conference Leadership award. Personal File: Ellen is the daughter of Antonio and Linda Conti...born January 6, 1993...full name Ellen Marie Conti...majoring in Public Relations with an emphasis in Sports Media.

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ELLEN CONTI | 5


Ellen’s Career Highs Kills 21 Total Attempts 51 Aces 3 Digs 18 Blocks 6

vs. SIU Edwardsville, 10/14/11 vs. SIU Edwardsville, 10/14/11 vs. Alcorn St., 8/25/12 vs. SIU Edwardsville, 11/2/12 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 10/21/12

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Jr • 6-0 • MB Fishers, Ind. / Cathedral HS Team Indiana

In 2012 (Sophomore): Christine saw ac tion in 12 matches for the Golden Eagles... named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in both the fall and spring semesters.

In 2011 (Freshman): Christine appeared in 42 sets over 14 matches during her freshman season and posted 33 kills and 22 total blocks… tallied a career-high seven kills against UNC Charlotte (9/3) and posted four total blocks against both Charlotte and East Tennessee. Prep Highlights: A native of Fishers, Ind., Maci played four seasons of volleyball at Cathedral High School under head coach Jean Kesterson... she also played three seasons for the Munciana club team and was a member of Team Indiana under coaches Sara Marshall and Dave Englert...a two-time all-city selection in 2009 and 2010, Maci helped her team to a state championship her sophomore season in 2008... she was also named second-team all-state in 2010, and helped her team receive the National Catholic Team of the Year award. Personal File: Christine is the daughter of Jon and Jan Maci... full name Christine Michelle Maci...born December 28, 1992... majoring in Basic Business.

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CHRISTINE MACI | 14


Christine’s Career Highs Kills 7 vs. UNC Charlotte, 9/3/11 Total Attempts 17 vs. UT Chattanooga, 9/10/11 Assists 1 at Belmont, 9/6/11 Aces 1 vs. Kansas St., 8/27/11 Digs 4 vs. UNC Charlotte, 9/3/11 Blocks 4 vs. East Tennessee, 9/10/11

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So • 6-4 • OH/MB Cookeville, Tenn. /Cookeville HS Nashville One/RC Juniors

In 2012 (Freshman): Cody played in all 28 of the Golden Eagle’s matches in 2012... recorded a career-high 6 blocks at Eastern Kentucky (11/27)...tallied a career-high 14 kills versus SIUE (11/2). Prep Highlights: Cody was voted District 6-AAA Most Valuable Player for three straight seasons. Her high school team tallied 95 wins, three straight District 6-AAA titles, and two Class AAA sectional appearances over her career, never losing a set in 6-AAA play. Personal File: Cody is the daughter of Jim and Jerri Dodd...born July 3, 1994...full name Cody Jewell Dodd... enrolled in General Curriculum.

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CODY DODD | 29


Cody’s Career Highs Kills 14 vs. SIU Edwardsville, 11/2/12 Total Attempts 29 at Jacksonville St., 11/6/12 Assists 2 Twice Digs 3 Twice Blocks 6 at Eastern Kentucky, 11/27/12

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So • 5-10• OH/RS Columbus, Ind. /Columbus North hs Hoosierland Volleyball Club

In 2012 (Freshman): Audrey made an appearance in 27 of the 28 matches played by the Golden Eagles...tallied a career-high 12 kills versus SIUE (11/2)... tallied a career-high 16 digs versus Eastern Kentucky (11/27)...named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in both the fall and spring semesters.

Prep Highlights: Audrey was a scholar athlete throughout her high school career and an academic all-state honorable mention. She received all-conference honors her senior season, and all-conference honorable mention her junior season. Along with her volleyball honors, Audrey was a talented gymnast. Her team finished fourth in the state in 2009, and third in 2011 and 2012. Audrey finished fifth on vault at the 2012 state championships. Audrey was also a member of student assembly. Personal File: Audrey is the daughter of Chris and Melissa Lewis...born July 3, 1994...full name Audrey Christine Lewis... majoring in Pre-Vet/Animal Science

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AUDREY LEWIS | 13


Audrey’s Career Highs Kills 12 Total Attempts 41 Assists 2 Aces 2 Digs 16 Blocks 2

vs. SIU Edwardsville, 11/2/12 at Eastern Kentucky, 11/27/12 vs. Gardner-Webb, 9/14/12 vs. Jacksonville St., 9/25/12 at Eastern Kentucky, 11/27/12 vs. Marquette, 8/31/12

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Fr • 5-9 • S Burr Ridge, Ill./ Hindsdale South hs 1st Alliance VBC

Prep Highlights: Sharon was fourtime West Suburban All-Conference Selection…recognized as a Top 50 Chicago Volleyball Player in 2011, and was on the USA PrepVolleyball Sophomore 79 Elite List in 2010… led her team to the AAU 16-Open National Championship and has racked up several All-Tournament honors throughout her career…four year-starter, Anderson helped her team to a 110-44 high school record, winning the West Suburban Gold Conference Championship four times, the Regional Championship during her sophomore and senior seasons, and the Sectional Championship in 2010…finished her high school career with 3,215 assists (20.8 per game) and 424 digs (2.75 per game)… member of the National Honor Society, a Hornet Scholar and a member of the Dean’s list for four years. Personal File: Sharon is the daughter of Robert and Jackie Anderson...born on March 4, 1995...full name Sharon Rose Anderson...Undecided Major.

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RACHEL TRAVIS | 10

Fr • 5-11 • OH Chattanooga, Tenn./ Baylor School Ocoee Heat VBC

Prep Highlights: Rachel has been recognized as all-region, TSWA allstate and the Times-Free Press Best of Preps Team each of her five years as a starter for Baylor…named on the USA PrepVolleyball Freshman 59 and Sophomore 79 Elite List and was invited to the USA Volleyball High Performance camps at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs… USA Volleyball also invited Rachel to camps in San Diego for sand training. Rachel made four trips to the state tournament and helped her team to three third place finishes and one state-runner up finish…finished her career with 1,963 kills, 1,728 digs and 304 aces. Personal File: Rachel is the daughter of Ron and Laura Travis ...born on Febuary 20, 1995 ...full name Rachel Lane Travis...majoring in nursing.

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Fr • 5-10 • OH Istanbul, Turkey/ Isteck Acibadem Lisesi Galatasaray

Prep Highlights: Irem has played volleyball for the past 10 years, and prepares to bring her efforts to the United States. The Turkish standout has played for Galatasaray Sports Club for the past several years, and aims to bring her championship caliber style to the Golden Eagles… member of several championship teams including the 2011-2012 season Turkey Youth Women’s Championship…In 2010-11 her team finished fourth… placed in the Istanbul Championships the past two years. Personal File: Irem is the daughter of Ali Sirri and Elif Sile...born on April 5,1994...full name Irem Sile... M ajor ing in Political S cience.

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KENNEDY WADE | 24

Fr • 5-6 • DS Knoxville, Tenn./ Grace Christian Academy Phoenix Rising VBC

Prep Highlights: Kennedy helped lead her high school team to the 2011 TSSAA District 3 and Region 2 championships…Four-year letter winner in volleyball, earning two team MVP awards as well as two district MVP awards…considered a versatile player with the ability to attack from the back row, but will primarily specialize in defense… MaxPreps Player of the Year …finished high school with 1,360 kills, 1,610 digs, and 395 aces. Personal File: Kennedy is the daughter of Andrew and Patricia Wade...born on March 30,1995... full name Kennedy Ashlyn Wade... major ing in Exercise S cience.

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GOLDEN EAGLE HEAD COACH Dave Zelenock College: Central Michigan University (2005) B.A. in Physical Education

Coaching Experience

Tennessee Tech University: Head Coach — First Season Central Michigan University Associate Head Coach — 2009-2012 Assistant Coach — 2007-2008 Delaware State University Assistant Coach — 2006 Northwood University Assistant Coach — 2004-2005

Dave Zelenock, who helped reshape the landscape of Central Michigan volleyball in his six successful seasons on the Chippewa coaching staff, was named as head volleyball coach at Tennessee Tech University in midJanuary. Zelenock, 30, takes over the reins from John Blair, who stepped down in November after 10 seasons as Golden Eagle head coach. “The position at Tennessee Tech is really a dream job,” Zelenock said. “I get to be a head coach in a conference that is competitive with the resources that it takes to win. I will have a great administration supporting our program, and it will give me the opportunity to be successful in my first college head coaching job.” A 2005 graduate of Central Michigan, Zelenock was an assistant coach at Northwood University for two years and Delaware State one season before returning to his alma mater in 2007. At Northwood, 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 its fifth-straight nationally ranked recruiting class in 2012 and sixth in the past eight seasons. “Dave Zelenock is an up-and-coming coach who is a proven winner,” Mark Wilson said. “He’s an outstanding recruiter and coach, and we are excited that he will be joining the Tennessee Tech coaching staff.

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“We feel he can run a program that expects to win OVC championships and will continue to have outstanding academic success,” Wilson added. “The number one thing that convinced me to come to Tennessee Tech is the people I met there, 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 I met were amazing, both at the university and in the community, and they made me feel comfortable. It’s a great community and I think Cookeville will be a great place to raise a family.” Zelenock is well-prepared to take over the reins of the program as head coach. “One of the great things about my time at Central Michigan is that (head) coach (Erik) Olson and the administration gave me a lot of room to grow and do quite a bit within the program,” Zelenock said. “There was not a lot that I didn’t have my hands in there, so for me this will not be a huge change in the day-to-day activities. The big change is that now I will be the final say in recruiting, lineups and some other aspects. The wins and losses will be in my name now, so that’s a little different.”

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GOLDEN EAGLE HEAD COACH

Zelenock’s responsibilities have included acting as the program’s recruiting coordinator and future opponent scouting. In the gym, he was in charge of outside hitter development/training. 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 20win season since 1985 and first postseason victory in 25 years. The Chippewas held opponents under 20 points on 20 occasions and 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 has seen 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 one son, Jacoby, who is 11 months old.

All-Time Coaching Records Coach (Total Years) Sharon Bilbrey (15) Jennie Gilbert (8) John Blair (10) Tina Buckles (2) Marynell Meadors (1) Judy Murray (1)

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

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

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GOLDEN EAGLE ASSISTANT COACH

Cassandra

Joyner

College: Delaware State University (2010) B.S. in Psychology

Coaching Experience

Tennessee Tech University: Assistant Coach— First Season LaSalle University Assistant Coach — 2010-2012

Former Delaware State standout and LaSalle assistant coach Cassandra Joyner was added the Golden Eagle volleyball coaching staff in May as an assistant coach. "CJ is a passionate, hard-working person and we are extremely lucky to add her to our staff," said head coach Dave Zelenock. "She played for me seven or eight years ago, and I thought she would turn into a coach. As a player she was a leader, spoke up in the huddle, and made her strategies known to me, which is a quality I always respected." Joyner, a 2010 graduate of Delaware State with a major in Psychology, became the school's first player to reach 1,000 kills and ended her career with 1,272 winners to go along with 888 career digs and 310 career blocks. "I am so excited to be coaching at Tech," Joyner said. "I can tell that this team has a lot of promise and I want to be a part of helping grow these young women to their full potential both on and off the court."

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Prior to Tech, Joyner was an assistant volleyball coach at La Salle University in Philadelphia, Pa. A member of the staff for three seasons, Joyner helped the Explorers improve each year in the Atlantic 10 Conference. A four-year letterwinner and team captain, Joyner led the Lady Hornets in kills, blocks and digs in both 2008 and 2009. A two-time All-MEAC first team selection, Joyner finished third in the MEAC in points (4.13 pg), fourth in kills (3.32 pg) and sixth in hitting percentage (.283) during her final season with the Hornets. Joyner was also featured in COBRA magazine, and was an active member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee during her stint at Delaware State. During her collegiate career, she also coached the Delaware Juniors 17-18s club volleyball team in Dover, as well as serving as camp counselor/ assistant coach for several summer volleyball camps.

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GOLDEN EAGLE ASSISTANT COACH

Lola

Oladinni

College: Middle Tennessee State (2011) B.S. in Physiology

Coaching Experience

Tennessee Tech University: Assistant Coach— First Season Middle Tennessee State University Student Assistant - 2012-2013

Former Middle Tennessee State Standout Lola Oladinni was added to Coach Zelenock’s Staff as an assistant coach in August. “Bringing Lola to the staff is very beneficial for us. She played for a mid-major that was a Top 50 program during her time, so she knows how to win and how to train hard,” Zelenock said. “She is from the area and has been coaching club in the area, so she knows a lot of the key people from a recruiting standpoint.” Prior to joining the Tech staff, Oladinni has served as a student assistant for MTSU, aiding in practice, recruiting and video breakdown. She also has served as a head coach with the Rutherford County Juniors volleyball club. During her four seasons of playing at MTSU, Oladinni was a part of winning three conference titles, made four NCAA Tournament appearances, and helped MTSU become a Top 50 RPI program.

A four-year letterwinner and two-time American Volleyball Coaches Association All-American, Oladinni played middle blocker and opposite. She finished her career with over 1,000 kills, ranks third in MTSU for career block assists (430) and career hitting percentage (.346). Oladinni was also named captain her senior season. “She was a great high-level player, and is a highlevel person. She is a very good role model for our athletes. She shows that you can come from a mid-major school and be an All-American,” said Zelenock. “I’m excited to get started here at Tech, to meet the girls and get my feet wet in the coaching side of volleyball. It’s going to be different being on the coaching side heading into preseason, but I am looking forward to it,” Oladinni said. Oladinni, a native of LaVergne, Tenn., graduated in 2011 from MTSU with a major in Physiology, and has been working on her masters in biology.

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2012 SEASON STATS Tennessee Tech Volleyball 2012 Tennessee Tech Overall Individual Statistics (as of Jul 11, 2013) All matches

Golden Eagle Individual Statistics

Overall record: 3-25 Conf: 1-15 Home: 1-7 Away: 0-13 Neutral: 2-5 Attack Player

sp mp-ms

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GRAY, Kelsey CONTI, Ellen PENROD, Natalie LEWIS, Audrey DODD, Cody KEYES, Madison ROBERTSON, Elise DVORKEN, Katrina TEEL, Sarah SMITH, Courtney MACI, Christine COMPERRY, Madison HANCOCK, Ashleigh TENNESSEE TECH Opponents

98 85 74 79 97 94 42 59 24 98 21 98 97 99 99

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Player

sp

dig/s

bs

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GRAY, Kelsey CONTI, Ellen PENROD, Natalie LEWIS, Audrey DODD, Cody KEYES, Madison ROBERTSON, Elise DVORKEN, Katrina TEEL, Sarah SMITH, Courtney MACI, Christine COMPERRY, Madison HANCOCK, Ashleigh TEAM TENNESSEE TECH...... Opponents...........

98 1 16 .938 53 0.54 85 35 436 .920 182 2.14 74 27 419 .936 138 1.86 79 30 357 .916 132 1.67 97 0 4 1.000 16 0.16 94 0 12 1.000 21 0.22 42 1 3 .667 22 0.52 59 1 4 .750 9 0.15 24 5 31 .839 12 0.50 98 38 653 .942 506 5.16 21 2 10 .800 5 0.24 98 1 4 .750 171 1.74 97 0 1 1.000 143 1.47 - 19 99 160 2068 .923 1410 14.24 99 95 1787 .947 1642 16.59

40 10 1 3 10 10 6 7 1 0 0 0 0 88 42

5 3 13 29 8 17 7 4 2 14 10 6

28-28 28-20 24-20 27-15 28-6 28-25 11-7 19-15 17-1 28-0 12-3 28-16 28-12 28-28 28-28

k

229 155 131 112 118 113 41 43 7 5 1 3 0 958 1352

k/s

5 3 13 29 8 17 7 4 2 14 10 6

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ta

ta

2.34 49 577 1.82 114 615 1.77 75 484 1.42 80 486 1.22 54 377 1.20 55 362 0.98 38 144 0.73 34 175 0.29 12 42 0.05 2 21 0.05 3 8 0.03 9 28 0.00 2 9 9.68 528 3329 13.6 587 3619

Recept re

e

Set

##

pct

a/s

sa

.312 2 .067 1 .116 4 .066 4 .170 5 .160 7 .021 1 .051 1 -.119 1 .143 51 -.250 0 -.214 391 -.222 440 .129 908 .211 1249

0.02 0.01 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.07 0.02 0.02 0.04 0.52 0.00 3.99 4.54 9.17 12.6

18 15 4 8 0 3 0 0 5 8 0 18 16 95 160

Dig pct

dig

Serve

a

sa/s

se

ta

pct

0.18 14 236 0.18 15 243 0.05 12 200 0.10 8 184 0.00 0 4 0.03 7 35 0.00 1 5 0.00 0 3 0.21 10 46 0.08 8 278 0.00 3 23 0.18 23 310 0.16 9 332 0.96 110 1899 1.62 157 2235

.941 .938 .940 .957 1.00 .800 .800 1.00 .783 .971 .870 .926 .973 .942 .930

Blocking ba

Points

total

blk/s

be

108 148 33 43 13 14 15 18 47 57 45 55 22 28 34 41 0 1 0 0 3 3 3 3 1 1 324 250.0 267 175.5

1.51 0.51 0.19 0.23 0.59 0.59 0.67 0.69 0.04 0.00 0.14 0.03 0.01 2.53 1.77

19 5 1 8 7 14 7 4 1 0 0 4 0 70 44

bhe

pts

pts/s

0 341.0 3.48 4 196.5 2.31 1 142.5 1.93 0 130.5 1.65 0 151.5 1.56 1 148.5 1.58 0 58.0 1.38 0 67.0 1.14 0 13.0 0.54 4 13.0 0.13 1 2.5 0.12 16 22.5 0.23 21 16.5 0.17 48 1303.0 13.16 31 1687.5 17.05


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2012 SEASON STATS Golden Eagle Team Statistics

Tennessee Tech Volleyball 2012 Tennessee Tech Combined Team Statistics (as of Jul 29, 2013) All matches Overall record: 3-25 Conf: 1-15 Home: 1-7 Away: 0-13 Neutral: 2-5

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Player

sp

9 5 3 13 29 8 17 7 4 2 14 10 6

GRAY, Kelsey CONTI, Ellen PENROD, Natalie LEWIS, Audrey DODD, Cody KEYES, Madison ROBERTSON, Elise DVORKEN, Katrina TEEL, Sarah SMITH, Courtney MACI, Christine COMPERRY, Madison HANCOCK, Ashleigh TENNESSEE TECH Opponents

98 85 74 79 97 94 42 59 24 98 21 98 97 99 99

Team Statistics ATTACK Ki l l s Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct Kills/Set SET As s i s t s 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

k

k/s

Attack e

ta

pct

Set a a/s

sa

Serve se sa/s

229 2.34 49 577 .312 2 0.02 18 14 155 1.82 114 615 .067 1 0.01 15 15 131 1.77 75 484 .116 4 0.05 4 12 112 1.42 80 486 .066 4 0.05 8 8 118 1.22 54 377 .170 5 0.05 0 0 113 1.20 55 362 .160 7 0.07 3 7 41 0.98 38 144 .021 1 0.02 0 1 43 0.73 34 175 .051 1 0.02 0 0 7 0.29 12 42 -.119 1 0.04 5 10 5 0.05 2 21 .143 51 0.52 8 8 1 0.05 3 8 -.250 0 0.00 0 3 3 0.03 9 28 -.214 391 3.99 18 23 0 0.00 2 9 -.222 440 4.54 16 9 958 9.68 528 3329 .129 908 9.17 95 110 1352 13.66 587 3619 .211 1249 12.62 160 157

TTU

OPP

958 528 3329 .129 9.7

1352 587 3619 .211 13.7

908 9.2

1249 12.6

95 110 1899 .942 1.0

160 157 2235 .930 1.6

160 1.6 2068 .923

95 1.0 1787 .947

1410 14.2

1642 16.6

88 324 250.0 2.5 70 48

42 267 175.5 1.8 44 31

1389 8/174 7/29 0 0

2887 13/222

Date Aug 24 Aug 25 Aug 25 %Aug 31 Aug 31 Sep 01 Sep 07 Sep 08 Sep 08 Sep 14 Sep 14 Sep 15 *Sep 21 *Sep 22 *Sep 25 *Sep 29 *Oct 05 *Oct 06 *Oct 12 *Oct 13 *Oct 19 *Oct 20 *Oct 26 *Oct 27 *Nov 02 *Nov 03 *Nov 06 *11/10/12

re

Dig dig dig/s

0.18 1 53 0.54 0.18 35 182 2.14 0.05 27 138 1.86 0.10 30 132 1.67 0.00 0 16 0.16 0.03 0 21 0.22 0.00 1 22 0.52 0.00 1 9 0.15 0.21 5 12 0.50 0.08 38 506 5.16 0.00 2 5 0.24 0.18 1 171 1.74 0.16 0 143 1.47 0.96 160 1410 14.24 1.62 95 1642 16.59

Opponent vs USC Upstate vs Alcorn State at Chattanooga at Xavier vs Marquette at Ole Miss at WKU vs IUPUI vs #10 Dayton vs Gardner-Webb at Samford vs Alcorn State at Murray St. at Austin Peay JACKSONVILLE STATE UT MARTIN at Tennessee State at BELMONT EASTERN KENTUCKY MOREHEAD STATE BELMONT TENNESSEE STATE at Morehead State at Eastern Kentucky SIU EDWARDSVILLE EASTERN ILLINOIS at Jacksonville State at Southeast Missouri

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

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

bs

Blocking ba total blk/s be bhe

40 108 148 10 33 43 1 13 14 3 15 18 10 47 57 10 45 55 6 22 28 7 34 41 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 1 1 88 324 250.0 42 267 175.5

1.51 0.51 0.19 0.23 0.59 0.59 0.67 0.69 0.04 0.00 0.14 0.03 0.01 2.53 1.77

19 5 1 8 7 14 7 4 1 0 0 4 0 70 44

points

0 341.0 4 196.5 1 142.5 0 130.5 0 151.5 1 148.5 0 58.0 0 67.0 0 13.0 4 13.0 1 2.5 16 22.5 21 16.5 48 1303.0 31 1687.5

Score by set 24-26,17-25,13-25 25-5,25-20,25-7 16-25,15-25,25-27 14-25,15-25,19-25 14-25,19-25,13-25 10-25,12-25,25-27 20-25,18-25,13-25 10-25,18-25,16-25 11-25,12-25,21-25 15-25,24-26,25-20,20-25 10-25,17-25,8-25 25-5,25-15,25-12 27-29,15-25,13-25 19-25,27-25,18-25,17-25 22-25,20-25,23-25 14-25,25-19,26-28,25-20,8-15 23-25,16-25,21-25 14-25,17-25,23-25 22-25,25-23,15-25,19-25 13-25,25-22,17-25,15-25 25-16,14-25,25-18,19-25,6-15 20-25,19-25,21-25 19-25,15-25,18-25 25-23,18-25,24-26,25-23,12-15 25-23,24-26,29-27,25-13 23-25,25-19,19-25,20-25 18-25,25-15,24-26,15-25,0-0 15-25,25-15,15-25,17-25

Att. 87 75 232 0 0 0 248 0 0 43 142 0 310 208 278 123 378 224 147 126 178 113 557 175 307 117 111 302

Record in 3-set matches:2-15 • Record in 4-set matches:1-6 • Record in 5-set matches:0-4

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2012 Ohio Valley Conference Team Leaders 2012 Ohio Valley Conference Conference Team Leaders as of Nov 29, 2012

Hitting Percentage

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Austin Peay Morehead State Southeast Missouri Belmont Eastern Illinois Tennessee State Jacksonville State SIUE Murray State UT Martin Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Morehead State Austin Peay Eastern Illinois Belmont Tennessee State Southeast Missouri Murray State SIUE UT Martin Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Tennessee Tech Southeast Missouri Morehead State Eastern Illinois SIUE Jacksonville State Murray State Austin Peay Belmont UT Martin Eastern Kentucky Tennessee State

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Southeast Missouri Belmont Jacksonville State SIUE Morehead State UT Martin Murray State Austin Peay Eastern Kentucky Eastern Illinois Tennessee State Tennessee Tech

Assists

Blocks

Digs

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S

K

E

TA

Pct.

121 122 134 128 124 118 119 101 93 118 105 99

1593 1695 1682 1629 1590 1527 1388 1215 1107 1390 1174 958

611 724 646 662 724 758 592 607 595 737 617 528

4348 4423 5214 4881 4415 4230 4390 3815 3306 4390 3779 3328

.226 .2 2 0 .1 9 9 .198 .196 .1 8 2 .1 8 1 .159 .1 5 5 .149 .1 4 7 .1 2 9

S

No.

Avg/S

122 121 124 128 118 134 93 101 118 119 105 99

1574 1491 1507 1552 1411 1572 1040 1125 1294 1278 1096 908

12.90 12.32 12.15 12.12 11.96 11.73 11.18 11.14 10.97 10.74 10.44 9.17

S

BS

99 134 122 124 101 119 93 121 128 118 105 118

88 85 70 63 42 52 46 68 47 35 46 35

Opponent Hitting Pct

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Morehead State Southeast Missouri Jacksonville State Tennessee State SIUE Belmont Tennessee Tech UT Martin Eastern Kentucky Austin Peay Murray State Eastern Illinois

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Morehead State Austin Peay Tennessee State Eastern Illinois Belmont Southeast Missouri SIUE Murray State UT Martin Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Morehead State UT Martin Jacksonville State Southeast Missouri Eastern Illinois Austin Peay Belmont SIUE Murray State Tennessee Tech

Kills

BA Total Avg/S

324 423 379 369 313 333 241 292 338 314 218 268

250 296 259 247 198 218 166 214 216 192 155 169

S

No.

Avg/S

134 128 119 101 122 118 93 121 105 124 118 99

2392 2159 1987 1680 1990 1873 1420 1842 1592 1807 1709 1410

17.85 16.87 16.70 16.63 16.31 15.87 15.27 15.22 15.16 14.57 14.48 14.24

2.53 2.21 2.13 2.00 1.97 1.84 1.79 1.77 1.69 1.63 1.48 1.43

Service Aces

S

K

E

TA

Pct.

122 134 119 118 101 128 99 118 105 121 93 124

1211 1824 1511 1342 1338 1640 1352 1482 1353 1622 1250 1611

649 838 676 592 587 675 587 583 548 656 495 619

4153 5455 4482 3908 3860 4812 3619 4205 3703 4376 3410 4325

.1 3 5 .1 8 1 .1 8 6 .1 9 2 .195 .201 .2 1 1 .214 .2 1 7 .2 2 1 .2 2 1 .229

S

No.

Avg/S

122 121 118 124 128 134 101 93 118 119 105 99

1695 1593 1527 1590 1629 1682 1215 1107 1390 1388 1174 958

13.89 13.17 12.94 12.82 12.73 12.55 12.03 11.90 11.78 11.66 11.18 9.68

S

No.

Avg/S

118 105 122 118 119 134 124 121 128 101 93 99

178 144 161 152 142 158 145 136 139 106 95 95

1.51 1.37 1.32 1.29 1.19 1.18 1.17 1.12 1.09 1.05 1.02 0.96

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(Players listed below have played in at least 50.00 percent of their team's games.) Hitting % (Min. 3.0 TA/set)

Cl

S

K

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Allison MCCOY-BEL GRAY, Kelsey-TTU SAIN, Alex-APSU HENDERSON, Lauren-APSU GRUENSCHLAEGER, Ann.-MOR ARNOLD, Stephanie-EIU ROBERSON, Ellie-MOR MASTERSON, Taylor-SEMO TORRE, Kristen-SIUE MEYER, Jen-JSU

Jr Sr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Fr Fr Sr

80 98 97 117 122 112 114 134 90 118

218 229 151 257 327 178 500 216 197 296

Assists

Cl

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Hannah MIRANDA-BEL FIELDS, Cami-APSU MOSS,ERIKA-TSU SHIVES, Julie-SEMO CLARK, Caitlin-MOR MINTON, Sammi-SIUE CRASK, Amanda-UTM BRADBURY, Marah-EIU Lia Havili-MUR AGAMY, Alina-JSU

Jr So Jr Jr Sr Sr Fr Fr Sr So

Blocks

Cl

GRAY, Kelsey-TTU GRUENSCHLAEGER, Ann.-MOR AUGUSTINE, Kelsey-SIUE COON, Emily-SEMO MERGET, Nicole-JSU

Sr Sr Jr Jr So

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Points

Cl

ROBERSON, Ellie-MOR WELLS,NAOMI-TSU DOYLE, Nikki-APSU STOTTS, Jada-APSU YARBER, Colleen-SEMO EDMOND, Ashley-EKU GRUENSCHLAEGER, Ann.-MOR BOHANNON, Aryn-MOR GRAY, Kelsey-TTU AMBROCH,RACHEL-TSU

Sr So Jr So Jr Jr Sr Jr Sr So

TA

Pct.

54 498 49 577 37 386 86 588 101 781 52 442 192 1095 63 544 62 511 82 816

E

.329 .312 .2 9 5 .2 9 1 .289 .2 8 5 .281 .281 .264 .2 6 2

S

No.

Avg/S

121 121 118 134 120 101 105 123 80 112

1279 1254 1203 1345 1204 969 884 1030 627 701

10.57 10.36 10.19 10.04 10.03 9.59 8.42 8.37 7.84 6.26

S

BS

98 122 101 134 117

40 36 17 36 19

108 106 97 114 104

148 142 114 150 123

S

K

SA

BS

114 118 120 120 128 102 122 121 98 99

500 433 429 419 422 326 327 364 229 280

1 25 24 25 31 21 20 44 18 35

4 5 14 7 7 7 36 4 40 6

Kills

Cl

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

ROBERSON, Ellie-MOR WELLS,NAOMI-TSU DOYLE, Nikki-APSU STOTTS, Jada-APSU YARBER, Colleen-SEMO EDMOND, Ashley-EKU BOHANNON, Aryn-MOR Emily Schmahl-MUR AMBROCH,RACHEL-TSU Taylor Olden-MUR

Sr So Jr So Jr Jr Jr Fr So Fr

Service Aces

Cl

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

BOHANNON, Aryn-MOR AMBROCH,RACHEL-TSU HATHORN,BRITANI-TSU HENDERSON, Lauren-APSU HAZELWOOD, Lynsey-UTM ANDERSON, Kelsey-JSU OTT, Dena-EKU ROTH, Lindsey-MOR BERENS, Alison-EIU COLCLASURE, Chelsea-SIUE

Jr So Sr Jr Fr Sr So Jr Sr So

Digs

Cl

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

ELSWICK, Kasey-UTM COLCLASURE, Chelsea-SIUE OTT, Dena-EKU SMITH, Courtney-TTU SCHELLHAAS, Leslie-MOR Jamie LUNDSTROM-BEL IDEL, Berkley-SEMO ANDERSON, Kelsey-JSU HATHORN,BRITANI-TSU BROOKE, Kelsey-EIU

Sr So So So Jr Jr Jr Sr Sr So

BA Total Avg/S

1.51 1.16 1.13 1.12 1.05

BA Points Avg/S

49 48 21 37 42 25 106 35 108 34

529.5 487.0 477.5 469.5 481.0 366.5 436.0 429.5 341.0 338.0

4.64 4.13 3.98 3.91 3.76 3.59 3.57 3.55 3.48 3.41

S

No.

Avg/S

114 118 120 120 128 102 121 81 99 79

500 433 429 419 422 326 364 239 280 223

4.39 3.67 3.58 3.49 3.30 3.20 3.01 2.95 2.83 2.82

S

No.

Avg/S

121 99 118 117 88 115 105 122 124 101

44 35 40 39 29 37 32 37 37 26

0.36 0.35 0.34 0.33 0.33 0.32 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.26

S

No.

Avg/S

114 101 105 98 121 128 134 115 118 120

643 547 561 506 619 654 625 518 494 387

5.64 5.42 5.34 5.16 5.12 5.11 4.66 4.50 4.19 3.22

Team Identification

Team ID

Austin Peay Belmont Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State Morehead State Murray State SIUE Southeast Missouri Tennessee State Tennessee Tech UT Martin

APSU BEL EIU EKU JSU MOR MUR SIUE SEMO TSU TTU UTM

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NON-CONFERENCE OUTLOOK Winthrop Eagles: 2012 Record: 14-16, Final 2012 NCAA RPI: 255, Big South Record: 8-6 Return a Big South Second-Team member and a member of the All-Freshman Team. Will play the Golden Eagles for the fifth time (Winthrop leads 1-3) at the Winthrop Invitational. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers: 2012 Record: 14-14, Final 2012 NCAA RPI: 203, Big South Record: 10-4 Lost in the Big South championship match in 2012, return one Big South first team member, and two all-freshman team members. Will meet up for the third time with the Golden Eagles at the Kennesaw Invitational (TTU leads 2-0). Savannah State Lady Tigers: 2012 Record: 0-34, Final 2012 NCAA RPI: 329, MEAC Record: 0-10 Return four starters and seven letter winners. Will meet up for the first ever match-up with the Golden Eagles at the Winthrop Invitational. Fordham Rams: 2012 Record: 14-19, Final 2012 NCAA RPI: 266, Atlantic 10 Record: 6-8 Under new head coach Gini Ullery, the Rams look to gain momentum in the Atlantic 10, led by seven seniors. Will meet up for the first ever match-up with the Golden Eagles at the Winthrop Invitational. Akron Zips: 2012 Record: 16-13, Final 2012 NCAA RPI: 329, MAC Record: 9-7 The Golden Eagles will be meeting up with the Zips for the 10th time at the Akron Invitational (TTU leads 8-1). The Zips return with a young team, and only two seniors for the 2013 season. UW-Milwaukee Panthers: 2012 Record: 9-19, Final 2012 NCAA RPI: 222, Horizon League Record: 4-10 The Panthers return 5 starters and 11 letterwinners for the 2013 season. This is the first time the Golden Eagles will meet up with the Panthers, and it will happen at the Akron Invitational. Niagara Purple Eagles: 2012 Record: 15-14, Final 2012 NCAA RPI: 210, MAAC Record: 12-6 Finished fourth in the MAAC regular season, and lose three All-MAAC players, and return one all-newcomer team member. This is the first match up between the Purple Eagles and the Golden Eagles and they will play at the Akron Invitational. Kennesaw Owls: 2012 Record: 16-17, Final 2012 NCAA RPI: 208, Atlantic Sun Record: 5-13 This will be the first match up between Kennesaw and TTU, and it will be the opening game of the Kennesaw Invitational. The Owls return 4 starters and 10 letter winners to play for first-year head coach Keith Schunzel. Stony Brook Seawolves: 2012 Record: 11-14, Final 2012 NCAA RPI: 253, America East Record: 6-6 The Seawolves return Newcomer of the Year and First Team member Melissa Rigo along with two other all-conference team members. This will be the first meeting for the Seawolves and the Golden Eagles, and it will take place at the Kennesaw Invitational. Samford Bulldogs: 2012 Record: 23-9, Final 2012 NCAA RPI: 108, SoCon Record: 14-2 This will mark the 13th match up between the two squads (TTU leads 7-5). The Bulldogs look to return two All-Conference players in 2013, along with 3 starters and 6 letter winners.

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CONFERENCE OUTLOOK EAST

WEST

1. Belmont 2. Morehead State 3. Tennessee State 4. Jacksonville State 5. Eastern Kentucky 6. Tennessee Tech

1. Southeast Missouri 2. Austin Peay 3. Eastern Illinois 4. SIUE 5. UT Martin 6. Murray State

OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE 2013 PRE-SEASON PREDICTIONS

2012 All-OVC Team

2013 Pre-Season All-OVC

Ellie Roberson, Morehead St.* Nikki Doyle, Austin Peay Kelsey Gray, TTU # Colleen Yarber, SEMO Jen Myer, Belmont Emily Coon, SEMO Naomi Wells, Tennessee St. Annie Grunschlaeger, Morehead St. Hannah Miranda, Belmont Jen Meyer, Jacksonville St. Reynae Hutchinson, EIU Kasey Elswick, UT Martin Ashley Edmond, EKU Erika Moss, Tennessee St.

Jen Myer, Belmont Hannah Miranda, Belmont Reynae Hutchinson, EIU Ashley Edmond, EKU Colleen Yarber, SEMO Emily Coon, SEMO Naomi Wells, Tennessee St. Erika Moss, Tennessee St. Aryn Bohannon, Morehead St. Abby Saalfrank, EIU Jada Stotts, Austin Peay Allison McCoy, Belmont Kelsey Augustine, SIUE Julie Shives, SEMO

2012 Ohio Valley Conference Volleyball Rep

*Player of the Year #Defensive Player of the Year

December 17, 2012  Contact: Heather Brown  Phone: (615) 371-16 OVC Standings (Final)

EAST xy-Morehead State yz-Belmont y-Tennessee State y-Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech WEST y-Southeast Missouri y-Austin Peay y-Eastern Illinois y-UT Martin SIUE Murray State

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OVC L PCT.

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OVERALL PCT. H A

N Stk.

16 11 10 8 5 1

0 5 6 8 11 15

1.000 .688 .625 .500 .313 .063

26 18 18 14 9 3

7 17 14 17 19 25

.788 .514 .563 .452 .321 .107

15-3 7-5 6-4 2-6 5-4 1-7

9-2 7-9 8-5 7-5 1-12 0-12

2-2 4-3 4-5 5-6 3-3 2-6

L1 L2 L1 L1 L4 L3

12 10 8 6 5 4

4 6 8 10 11 12

.750 .625 .500 .375 .313 .250

21 17 11 10 9 6

13 16 21 21 18 20

.618 .515 .344 .323 .333 .231

7-2 7-2 4-6 6-6 5-8 4-5

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

8-3 3-6 2-7 2-5 2-2 1-5

W2 L2 L2 L5 L2 W1

2012 Ohio Valley C Volleyball Cham Nov. 15-1 at Morehead

x - regular-season champion y - tournament participant z - tournament champion

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A Air Force......................................... 0-1 Akron University........... 8-1 Albany............................................ 0-1 Alabama........................................ 1-2 Alabama A&M................................ 1-0 Alabama-Birmingham................... 4-8 Alabama State............................... 2-0 Alcorn State................................... 2-0 Appalachian State.......................... 3-5 Arizona........................................... 0-1 Arkansas-Little Rock...................... 1-0 Arkansas State............................... 1-3 Army.............................................. 1-0 Auburn........................................... 0-1 Austin Peay...............48-27 B Ball State........................................ 2-1 Baptist College............................... 1-0 Bellarmine..................................... 2-2 Belmont.......................10-5 Berry College.................................. 1-1 Birmingham-Southern................... 1-0 Boston College............................... 0-1 Bradley........................................... 1-0 Bryan College................................. 2-0 Butler............................................. 0-1 C Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo................ 0-1 Cal-Santa Barbara.......................... 1-0 Cal State-Sacramento.................... 0-1 Campbell University....................... 1-0 Carson-Newman............................ 1-1 Centenary University...................... 1-0 Central Arkansas............................ 0-1

The 2012 Golden Eagle squad huddles up prior to a match. They look to improve upon their 3-25 finish last year.

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Central Florida................................ 3-1 Central Michigan............................ 0-1 Charleston...................................... 1-0 Cincinnati....................................... 1-5 Clemson......................................... 1-2 Cleveland State.............................. 1-2 Coastal Carolina............ 2-0 Colorado......................................... 0-1 College of Charleston..................... 0-1 Columbus College.......................... 2-0 Connecticut.................................... 1-0 Covenant College........................... 3-0 D Davidson........................................ 2-0 Dayton........................................... 1-4 DePaul........................................... 1-0 Drexel............................................. 1-0 E East Carolina.................................. 1-1 East Tennessee State.................... 21-8 Eastern Illinois..........14-20 Eastern Kentucky......20-48 Elon................................................ 1-0 Evansville....................................... 6-4 F Fairleigh Dickinson......................... 1-0 Florida............................................ 0-1 Florida A&M................................... 1-0 Florida International...................... 0-1 Florida State................................... 0-2 Furman.......................................... 2-1

Stephen F. Austin........................... 0-1 Stetson........................................... 1-0 St. Francis (PA)............................... 1-0 Syracuse......................................... 1-1

G Gardner-Webb............................... 0-1 Georgetown................................... 1-0 Georgia.......................................... 2-9 Georgia State................................. 1-1 Georgia Tech................................... 6-5 Guilford.......................................... 1-0

T Tennessee.................................... 2-26 Tennessee State........35-10 UT-Chattanooga........................... 27-9 UT Martin..................36-21 Texas-Pan American....................... 1-0 Toledo............................................ 2-1 Trevecca......................................... 1-0 Troy State....................................... 0-1 Tulane............................................ 0-3 Tulsa............................................... 0-1

H Holy Cross....................................... 1-0 High Point...................................... 2-0 Huntington College........................ 1-0 I Ilinois-Chicago............................... 0-1 Indiana State.................................. 1-0 Iowa............................................... 0-1 IUPUI.............................................. 1-2 J Jacksonville.................................... 0-1 Jacksonville State.......8-14 James Madison.............................. 0-1 K Kansas State................................... 0-1 Kent State...................................... 1-0 Kentucky........................................ 1-9 Kentucky State............................... 1-0 L Lake City CC.................................... 1-0 Lamar............................................ 0-1 Lambuth........................................ 3-0 Liberty........................................... 1-1 Lipscomb....................................... 3-4 Louisiana-Lafayette....................... 1-0

Louisiana-Monroe.......................... 1-0 Louisiana State .............................. 0-2 Louisville........................................ 0-9 M Maine............................................. 1-0 Marist............................................. 1-0 Mars Hill College............................ 1-0 Marquette...................................... 0-1 Marshall......................................... 2-5 Maryville........................................ 2-0 McNeese State............................... 0-2 Memphis........................................ 7-8 Miami Dade JC............................... 0-1 Miami (Ohio).................................. 0-3 Michigan State............................... 0-2 Middle Tennessee....................... 43-18 Midway College.............................. 1-0 Mississippi...................................... 1-8 Mississippi State............................. 4-3 Mississippi U. for Women............... 1-3 Missouri......................................... 0-2 Morgan State................................. 1-0 Montevallo..................................... 0-1 Morehead State........17-55 Murray State.............26-29 N New Orleans................................... 0-2 Nicholls State................................. 2-0 North Alabama.............................. 4-1 North Carolina................................ 0-1 North Carolina A&T........................ 1-0 North Florida.................................. 0-1 UNC-Asheville................................ 5-1 UNC-Charlotte................................ 3-2 UNC-Greensboro............................ 1-0

North Carolina State....................... 0-3 North Georgia................................ 2-0 North Texas.................................... 0-1 Northeast Louisiana....................... 1-0 Northern Illinois............................. 0-2 Northern Kentucky......................... 0-4 Northwestern State........................ 1-0 O Ohio University............................... 2-1 Ohio State...................................... 0-2 Oral Roberts................................... 1-0 P Pennsylvania.................................. 0-1 Providence..................................... 1-0 R Robert Morris................................. 1-0 S Samford......................... 7-5 Sam Houston................................. 0-1 South Alabama.............................. 1-2 South Carolina................................ 0-3 South Carolina-Upstate.................. 0-1 South Florida.................................. 0-2 Southeast Louisiana....................... 2-0 Southeast Missouri.....9-36 Southern Baptist............................ 1-0 Southern Illinois-Carbondale................ 0-2 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville.... 1-1 Southern Methodist....................... 0-1 Southern Mississippi...................... 2-0 Southwestern................................ 4-1 Southwestern Louisiana................. 0-1 Southwest Missouri........................ 0-1

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U UCLA.............................................. 0-1 University of the South.................. 1-0 Utah State...................................... 0-1 Utah Valley..................................... 0-1 V Valparaiso...................................... 1-1 Vanderbilt...................................... 2-0 Va. Commonwealth........................ 2-0 Virginia Tech................................... 0-1 W Wake Forest................................... 0-1 Weber State................................... 0-2 Western Carolina............................ 7-4 Western Kentucky........................ 7-19 Western Michigan.......................... 0-1 West Georgia.................................. 2-0 West Virginia.................................. 0-2 Wichita State.................................. 1-0 William & Mary.............................. 2-1 Winthrop....................... 1-3 Wisconsin-Green Bay..................... 0-1 Wright State................................... 2-2 X Xavier............................................. 1-6 Y Youngstown State.......................... 8-0 The Golden Eagles will face Savannah State, Fordham, UW-Milwaukee, Coastal Carolina and Stony Brook for the first time in the 2013 season. Bold indicates 2013 opponents


ALL-TIME PARTICIPANTS A

Janet Allen, 1986

Terri Allen, 1975-77 Sharon Anderson 2013Debbie Askew, 1985-86 Heather Asplund, 2009-10 Jessica Asplund, 2005-08

B Asplund

Church

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 Patsy Bow, 1974 Becky Brashears, 1992 Tia Brenning, 2000, 2004 Cathy Brown, 1982-83 Tina Buckles, 1974-75 Caitlin Bullock, 2005-08 Debbie Bumpas, 1974 Sue Burcham, 1978 Stephanie Busch, 1997-00 Stacey Butts, 2009

Cannon Cannon

Hagovsky

C

King

Hasselbring

Mona Callis, 1982-83 Jennifer Cannon, 1989-91 Kelly Cannon, 2003-04 Aprel Carver, 1988 Vicky Chandler, 1976 Brenda Choate, 1974 Madison Comperry, 2009-12 Lori Conrad, 1987 Ellen Conti, 2011Cara (Church) Craig, 1984-87 Teresa Craig, 2006-09 Rachael Crossgrove, 1997-00 Melanie Culp, 2007-10

D

Johnson

Lang

Cindy Dahlgren, 1979 Michelle Dennis, 1993-94 Jessica Dickerson, 2005 Cyrelle Dillon, 1994-1995 Monica Dimmett, 1981-84 Lisa Dissel, 1996-1999 Cody Dodd, 2012Sarah Dolle, 2006 Susie Downing, 1986 Lyndsay Downs, 1995-96 Alesia Draper, 1979 Angie Duncan, 1983-86 Jennifer Dunn, 1999-02 Katrina Dvorken, 2009-12

E Raczak

Slagle

Debbie Elliott, 1977 Ann Elsea, 1977-80 Liz Engel, 2001-04

F

Meredith Ferlic, 1995-98 Fran Flatt, 2005-07 Judy Flatt, 1975-77

G

Pauletta Garrett, 1979

Triko

Tunnell

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

H

Sarah Hagovsky, 1996-99 Terri Hall, 1974 Ashleigh Hancock, 2010Tammy Hargis, 1991 Karen Harris, 1975-77 Corinne Hasselbring, 1992-95 Katrina Hendrix, 1982-85 Suzanne Hensley, 1975-77 Peggy Howard, 1976 Lucretia Huffines, 1979-80 Angie Hughes, 1988-90

I

Becky (Murray) Isom, 1985-88

J

Dawn Jobe, 1988-89 Brynn Johnson, 2008 Vanessa Johnson, 1980-83 Becky Jones, 1978

K

Kristen Kastner, 2001-04 Katie Kenline, 2006-09 Madison Keyes, 2011Kari Keyser, 1993-94 Lisa King, 1977-80 Lynn Kirkpatrick, 1976 Katherine Koshakji, 1981 Annette Kupka, 2000-03

L

Dorothea La-Fleuer, 1981-84 Katherine “Kappy” Lang, 2005-08 Gina Lee, 1978-81 Kristy Lee, 1991 Angie Leonard, 1983 Audrey Lewis, 2012Amanda Lindgren, 2006-09 Erin Lynn, 2006- 07

M

Christine Maci, 2011Dee Dee Malone, 1988-90 Loretta Marlow, 1975-77 Melanie Marshall, 1986-89 Allison May, 2010Michelle McGee, 2001 Leah Meffert, 2007-10 Rachel Melchiorre, 1994-97 Carrie Jo Meyer 2002 Nancy Meyer 2002-05 Mandy Miller, 1995-98 Anne Morrow 2002-05 Caroline Murphy, 1993-96 Barbara Muse, 1973 Andrea Myers, 1986

N

Anne Norman, 1973, 1975-76 Julie Norman, 1978-79

O

Kathy Ochs, 1980-83 Karen O’Connor, 1990 Kim Ohmstede, 1989-90 Liz Ortegal, 1997-99

P

Kim Panozzo, 1992-95 Samantha Patrick, 1998-99 Sharon Payne, 1977-79

Marie Peddicord, 2007-10 Julie Pemberton, 1977 Natalie Penrod, 2010Sally Perkins, 2001 Courtney Perry, 2002-03 Laura Pierce, 2007-10 Melissa Poff, 1998-99 Jackie Poindexter, 1979-82 Lori Pomeroy, 1989-92 Karen Pressley, 1987-90

Q

Lynn Queen, 1976-77

R

Missy Raczak, 1990-93 Hayley Raines, 2011 Cathy Rajkowski, 1987 Alicia Reece, 1991-94 Jenny Carr-Rice, 1996-98, 2000 Elise Robertson, 2010Valeria Russell, 1973-74

S

Alysson Sanders, 2008 Karen Scott, 1984 Diane Seng, 1997-99 Jessica Seyfert, 2002-05 Sara Shanks, 2006 Laura Sidorowicz, 2001-04 Irem Sile, 2013Carrie Slagle, 1992-95 Courtney Smith, 2011Kelsey 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

T

Sarah Teel, 2011-12 Jennifer Thomas, 1991 Vicki Thompson, 1975 Brenda Tollett, 1973 Rachel Travis, 2013Bilyana Triko, 1986-89 Kim Tunnell, 1982-85 Jenny (Pruett) Turner, 1984-87 Jill Turner, 1991-1992 Laura Tyburski, 2003-06

U

Dinah Upchurch, 1977

V

Lauren Viney, 2000-01

W

Mary Lee Waddle, 1975 Kennedy Wade, 2013Sarah Wasserman, 2000-01 Veronica Whittington, 2005-06 Katheryn Williams, 2005 Kendra Wilmoth, 1985-88 Inka Winningham, 1977-80 Amanda Wolfard, 2003-06 Tina Wyatt, 1974

Y

Claire Yonatas, 2004-05

Z

Bonnie Zoss, 1989-92

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GOLDEN EAGLE HONORS Academic All-America Anne Morrow, 2005 Diane Seng, 2000 Rachel Melchiorre, 1997 Angie Duncan, 1985-8

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

Academic All-District IV Teresa Craig, 2008-09 Anne Morrow, 2004-2005 Kara Gilbert, 2001-2002 Diane Seng, 2000 Rachel Melchiorre, 1995-97 Angie Duncan, 1984-86

OVC Tournament MVP Kappy Lang, 2008 Rachel Melchiorre, 1997

AVCA All-Region 6 Rachel Melchiorre, 1997

OVC Newcomer of the Year Leah Meffert, 2007

OVC Player of the Year Leah Meffert, 2008 Becky (Murray) Isom, 1986   (Southern Division) Kim Tunnell, 1985

OVC All-Freshman/Newcomer Ellen Conti, 2011 Allison May, 2010 Natalie Penrod, 2010 Kelsey Gray, 2009 Leah Meffert, 2007 Amanda Lindgren, 2006 Katie Kenline, 2006 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

Angie Duncan was a two-time Academic All-America selection.

OVC Defensive Player of the Year Katie Kenline, 2008 Kelsey Grey, 2012 All-OVC (named since 1984) Kelsey Grey, 2012 (All-OVC) Leah Meffert, 2010 (All-OVC) Leah Meffert, 2009 (1st Team) Katie Kenline, 2009 (2nd Team) Leah Meffert, 2008 (1st team) Kappy Lang, 2008 (1st team) Katie Kenline (2nd team) Jessica Asplund (2nd team) Leah Meffert, 2007 (2nd team) Katie Kenline, 2007 (2nd team) Anne Morrow, 2005 Annette Kupka, 2003

Maggie Stern, 1999-2002 Lisa Dissel, 1998-99 Stephanie Busch, 1997-2000 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, 1986-88 Angie Duncan, 1986 Kim Tunnell, 1985 Monica Dimmett, 1984

Dorothea La-Fleuer, 1984 OVC All-Tournament (named since 1982) Leah Meffert, 2010 Kappy Lang, 2008 Leah Meffert, 2008 Amanda Lindgren, 2008 Kappy Lang, 2007 Stephanie Busch, 1997 Lisa Dissel, 1997 Rachel Melchiorre, 1997 Michelle Dennis, 1993 Karen Pressley, 1990 Melanie Marshalll, 1989

Dee Dee Malone, 1988

OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll 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

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Amanda Lingren 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 2006-2007 (7) Teresa Craig Sarah Dolle Fran Flatt Kappy Lang Amanda Lindgren Sara Shanks Amanda Wolfard 2005-2006 (8) Jessica Asplund Jessica Dickerson Sarah Dolle

Fran Flatt Kappy Lang Jessica Seyfert Anne Morrow Amanda Wolfard 2004-2005 (7) Liz Engel Kristen Kastner Anne Morrow Jessica Seyfert Laura Sidorowicz Amanda Wolfard Claire Yonatas 2003-2004 (9) Liz Engel Kristen Kastner Annette Kupka Anne Morrow Nancy Meyer Courtney Perry Jessica Seyfert Laura Sidorowicz Amanda Wolfard 2002-2003 (10) Jen Dunn Liz Engel Kara Gilbert Kristen Kastner Annette Kupka Nancy Meyer Anne Morrow Courtney Perry Jessica Seyfert

Laura Sidorowicz 2001-2002 (7) Jen Dunn Liz Engel Kara Gilbert Kristen Kastner Annette Kupka Laura Sidorowicz Sarah Wasserman 2000-2001 (5) Stephanie Busch Jen Dunn Kara Gilbert Annette Kupka Jennifer Carr-Rice 1999-2000 (6) Stephanie Busch Jennifer Carr Jen Dunn Kara Gilbert Sarah Hagovsky Diane Seng 1998-1999 (5) Rachel Crossgrove Meredith Ferlic Sarah Hogovsky Mandy Miller Diane Seng 1997-1998 (7) Alison Berry Meredith Ferlic

Pam Goldensoph Sarah Hagovsky Rachel Melchiorre Mandy Miller Diane Seng 1996-1997 (9) Alison Berry Jenny Carr Lyndsay Downs Meredith Ferlic Pam Goldensoph Sarah Hagovsky Rachel Melchiorre Mandy Miller Caroline Murphy 1995-1996 (8) Lyndsay Downs Meredith Ferlic Jess Gerken Rachel Melchiorre Mandy Miller Caroline Murphy Kim Panozzo 1994-1995 (8) Michelle Dennis Jess Gerken Pam Goldensoph Rachel Melchiorre Caroline Murphy Kim Panozzo Alicia Reece Carrie Slagle

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1993-94 (5) Amanda Bilbrey Michelle Dennis Missy Raczak Alicia Reece Carrie Slagle 1992-1993 (1) Missy Raczak 1991-1992 (3) Tammy Hargis Missy Raczak Bonnie Zoss 1990-1991 (3) Angie Hughes Dee Dee Malone Karen Pressley 1989-1990 (4) Dee Dee Malone Kim Ohmstede Karen Pressley Bilyana Triko


GOLDEN EAGLE HONORS Double Grand Club Player Becky (Murray) Isom Melanie Marshall Bilyana Triko Karen Presley Rachel Melchiorre Lisa Dissel Maggie Stern Laura Sidorowicz Leah Meffert Player Kappy Lang

Maggie Stern

Years Kills Digs 1985-88 1,158 1,200 1986-89 1,062 1,472 1986-89 1,097 1,014 1987-90 1,072 1,092 1994-97 1,662 1,586 1996-99 1,216 1,464 1999-02 1,388 1,514 2001-04 1,406 1,147 2007-10 1,734 1,388 Years Assists Digs 2005-08 5,084 1,240

Rachel Melchiorre

Leah Meffert

Bilyana Triko

Kappy Lang became the ninth member of the Double Grand Club when she added the 1,000 assists and 1,000 digs section. She finished her career as the Tech all-time assists leader.

Laura Sidorowicz

Becky Isom

Lisa Dissel

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 2012. The number in parentheses indicates the number of semesters each athlete was included: Melanie Culp (6) Kelsey Gray (8) Amanda Lindgren (6) Jessica Asplund (4) Michelle Dennis (3) Sarah Hagovsky (6) Erin Lynn (3) Janice Barr (2) Jessica Dickerson (2) Ashley Hancock (6) Christine Maci (2) Alison Berry (8) Lisa Dissel (2) Tammy Hargis (2) Dee Dee Malone (5) Brandy Best (2) Sarah Dolle (4) Corinne Hasselbring (1) Melanie Marshall (4) Emily Bible (1) Lyndsay Downs (5) Angie Hughes (3) Allison May (4) Amanda Bilbrey (1) Jen Dunn (7) Becky Isom (1) Leah Meffert (2) Tia Brenning (1) Katrina Dvorken (1) Kristen Kastner (9) Rachel Melchiorre (10) Caitlin Bullock (2) Liz Engel (7) Katie Kenline (1) Cari Jo Meyer (1) Stephanie Busch (1) Meredith Ferlic (8) Madison Keyes (4) Nancy Meyer (6) Stacy Butts (2) Fran Flatt (7) Kari Keyser (1) Mandy Miller (8) Kelly Cannon (6) Jess Gerken (4) Annette Kupka (7) Anne Morrow (8) Madi Comperry (8) Abby Gilbert (2) Kappy Lang (8) Caroline Murphy (5) Ellen Conti (4) Kara Gilbert (8) Kristy Lee (1) Kim Ohmstede (2) Teresa Craig (7) Pam Goldensoph (7) Audrey Lewis (2) Kim Panozzo (6) Rachael Crossgrove (1)

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 six TTU volleyball coaches. Bilbrey’s teams won 279 matches during her career, including a school-record 31 victories in 1983 when the team was 31-9. In 11 years of conference play, her teams were 93-63 against league opponents.

Carrie Slagle (6) Courtney Smith (1) Karri Spady (1) Maggie Stern (2) Lauren Stiles (4) Sarah Teel (1) Bilyana Triko (3) Laura Tyburski (3) Sarah Wasserman (4) Kendra Wilmoth (1) Veronica Whittington (4) Katherine Williams (1) Amanda Wolfard (8) Claire Yonutas (3) Bonnie Zoss (5)

Marie Peddicord (7) Natalie Penrod (5) Courtney Perry (4) Laura Pierce (6) Karen Presley (5) Missy Raczak (3) Alicia Reece (4) Jenny (Carr) Rice (8) Elise Robertson (5) Kimberly Rutherford (1) Alysson Sanders (2) Jessica Seyfert (8) Diane Seng (6) Sara Shanks (2) Laura Sidorowicz (6)

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.

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INDIVIDUAL MATCH RECORDS MOST KILLS 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 Total kills (in five sets) 32, Laura Sidorowicz at Murray State, 2004 30, Leah Meffert vs. Jacksonville State, 2010 30, Rachel Melchiorre vs. Murray State, 1995 (in four sets) 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

Melanie Marshall ranked twice among national leaders in digs.

(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

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 MOST ASSISTS Assists per set 18.7, Caroline Murphy vs. Austin Peay, 1994 17.7, Sarah Hagovsky vs. Austin Peay, 1996 16.6, Sarah Hagovsky vs. Southeast Missouri, 1998 Total Assists (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

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

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, 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

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

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 28, Meredith Ferlic vs. MTSU, 1998 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

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS Sets Played 1. Becky Isom...........................................135...................1988 Kendra Wilmoth...................................135...................1988 3. Melanie Marshall.................................133...................1988 Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Rachel Melchiorre................................592...................1997 Leah Meffert........................................548...................2007 Michelle Dennis....................................505...................1993 Kim Tunnell..........................................498...................1985 Anne Morrow.......................................465...................2005

Kills per set 1. Kim Tunnell.........................................5.05...................1984 2. Rachel Melchiorre...............................4.77...................1997 3. Kim Tunnell.........................................4.74...................1985 4. Laura Sidorowicz.................................4.42...................2003 5. Maggie Stern.......................................4.29...................2001 Attacks 1. Leah Meffert.....................................1,537...................2007 2. Anne Morrow....................................1,512...................2005 3. Rachel Melchiorre.............................1,470...................1997 4. Amanda Lindgren.............................1,315...................2007 5. Michelle Dennis.................................1,267...................1993 Hitting Percentage 1. Jessica Asplund....................................341...................2007 2. Kim Tunnell..........................................332...................1985 3. Jessica Asplund....................................317...................2008 4. Kim Tunnell..........................................316...................1984 5. Kelsey Grey...........................................312...................2012 Service Aces 1. Rachel Melchiorre..................................71...................1995 2. Rachel Melchiorre..................................65...................1997 3. Mona Callis.............................................57...................1983 4. Lori Pomeroy..........................................52...................1990 5. Dee Dee Malone.....................................51...................1989 Dorothea LaFleuer..................................51...................1984 Digs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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

Rachel Melchiorre holds several single season records.

Blocks Solo 1. Vanessa Johnson....................................68...................1982 2. Annette Kupka.......................................60...................2003 3. Vanessa Johnson....................................55...................1983 4. Bonnie Zoss............................................50...................1991 Bilyana Triko...........................................50...................1986 Block Assists 1. Stephanie Busch...................................133...................1997 2. Stephanie Busch...................................116...................1998 3. Annette Kupka.....................................111...................2003 4. Kelsey Grey...........................................108...................2012 5. Annette Kupka.....................................104...................2002

Katie Kenline........................................755...................2007 Katie Kenline........................................572...................2006 Rachel Melchiorre................................571...................1997 Melanie Marshall.................................570...................1988 Meredith Ferlic.....................................566...................1998

Sarah Hagovsky was among Tech’s best setters.

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

Total Blocks 1. Annette Kupka.....................................171...................2003 2. Stephanie Busch...................................157...................1997 3. Kelsey Grey...........................................148...................2012 5. Stephanie Busch...................................135...................1998 Bonnie Zoss..........................................135...................1990 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.

Assists 1. Kappy Lang.......................................1,585...................2007 2. Kappy Lang.......................................1,274...................2008 3. Caroline Murphy................................1,260...................1993 4. Kappy Lang.......................................1,190...................2006 5. Caroline Murphy................................1,122...................1994

Digs per set 1. Katie Kenline.......................................5.90...................2007 2. Katie Kenline.......................................5.40...................2006 3. Meredith Ferlic....................................5.19...................1998 4. Courtney Smith..........................5.16...............2012 5. Jennifer Cannon..................................4.89...................1991

Assists per set 1. Kappy Lang.......................................12.38...................2007 2. Kappy Lang.......................................11.23...................2006 3. Monica Dimmett...............................10.97...................1984 4. Kappy Lang.......................................10.80...................2008 5. Lauren Viney.....................................10.22...................2001

Annette Kupka set the season mark for blocks in 2003 with 171 total blocks, which led the OVC. She also led the nation in solo blocks.

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Sets Played 1. Bilyana Triko....................................488..................1986-89 2. Bonnie Zoss.....................................476..................1989-92 3. Leah Meffert...................................468..................2007-10 4. Kappy Lang.....................................463..................2005-08 5. Katie Kenline...................................462..................2006-09 Kills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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

Kills per set 1. Maggie Stern..................................3.88..................1999-02 2. Rachel Melchiorre..........................3.78..................1994-97 3. Leah Meffert..................................3.71..................2007-10 4. Laura Sidorowicz............................3.64..................2001-04 5. Michelle Dennis..............................3.53..................1993-94 Attacks 1. Leah Meffert................................4,946..................2007-10 2. Rachel Melchiorre........................4,453..................1994-97 3. Amanda Lingren..........................4,329..................2006-09 4. Anne Morrow...............................4,241..................2002-05 5. Laura Sidorowicz..........................4,044..................2001-04 Service Aces 1. Rachel Melchiorre...........................229..................1994-97 2. Monica Dimmett.............................145..................1981-84 3. Katrina Hendrix...............................143..................1982-85 4. Bilyana Triko....................................136..................1986-89 5. Cara Church.....................................131..................1984-87 Digs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Katie Kenline................................2,432..................2006-09 Rachel Melchiorre........................1,586..................1994-97 Maggie Stern................................1,514..................1999-02 Laura Tyburski..............................1,501..................2003-06 Melanie Marshall.........................1,472..................1986-89 Meredith Ferlic.............................1,472..................1996-99

Digs per set 1. Katie Kenline..................................5.26..................2006-09 2. Maggie Stern..................................4.17..................1999-02 3. Michelle Dennis..............................3.88..................1993-94 4. Laura Tyburski................................3.88..................2003-05 5. Meredith Ferlic...............................3.79..................1996-99 Blocks Solo 1. Vanessa Johnson.............................179..................1980-83 2. Bonnie Zoss.....................................155..................1989-92 3. Kelsey Grey......................................149..................2009-12 4. Bilyana Triko....................................137..................1986-89 Block Assists 1. Stephanie Busch..............................446..................1997-00 2. Kelsey Grey......................................353..................2009-12 3. Annette Kupka................................349 .................2000-03 4. Bonnie Zoss.....................................330..................1989-92 5. Maggie Stern...................................278..................1999-02

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Karen Presley was among the top hitters in the OVC during her TTU career.

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.

Assists 1. Kappy Lang..................................5,084..................2005-08 2. Caroline Murphy...........................3,537..................1993-96 3. Monica Dimmett..........................3,421..................1981-84 4. Dee Dee Malone...........................3,202..................1988-90 5. Jenny Turner.................................2,870..................1984-87

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

Total Blocks 1. Stephanie Busch................ 548...........................1997-00 2. Kelsey Grey........................ 502...........................2009-12 3. Bonnie Zoss........................ 485...........................1989-92 4. Annette Kupka................... 442...........................2000-03 5. Bilyana Triko....................... 353...........................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

Highest Hitting Percentage In a match: .535 vs. Tenn. State in 2000 In a season: .243 in 1997

Most Block Solos 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 Block Assists In a match: 35 vs. SEMO in 2001 In a season: 406 in 2001

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

Fewest Kills Allowed In a match: 11 by Tenn. State in 2000 In a season: 1098 in 1996

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

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


GOLDEN EAGLES 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

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

All-Time 632

648

.494

7 10 5 14 14 11 4 3 5 73 5 7 3 8 11 14 9 8 4 1 70 236

* Denotes OVC Champion # Denotes OVC tournament champion

9 .437 6 .625 13 .278 4 .778 4 .778 7 .611 12 .250 13 .188 11 .313 79 .480 11 .312 9 .438 13 .188 8 .500 9 .550 4 .778 9 .500 10 .444 16 .200 15 .062 104 .402 254

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Six years before the university elevated the volleyball program to varsity status, the 1969 Intercollegiate Volleyball Team won the state championship, coached by Marynell Meadors. Now in the TTU Sports Hall of Fame, Meadors was instrumental in initiating the first varsity team, which began intercollegiate competition in 1975. 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

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GOLDEN EAGLES YEAR-BY-YEAR 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

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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


GOLDEN EAGLES YEAR-BY-YEAR 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

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

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

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

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

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

The 1997 Ohio Valley Conference Championship team was the first Golden Eagle volleyball team to compete in the NCAA Tournament. Head Coach Jennie Gilbert also won OVC Coach of the Year honors in 1997.

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GOLDEN EAGLES YEAR-BY-YEAR 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

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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


GOLDEN EAGLES YEAR-BY-YEAR 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 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

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 * Wins vacated by MTSU in 2003, 2004 and 2005 due to NCAA action

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

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2013 Schedule 8.24 ..................Purple vs. Gold Scrimmage....................... 3 p.m. 8.30-31 .............@ Winthrop Invitational............................... TBA 9.6-7 .................@ Akron Invitational..................................... TBA 9.13-14 ..............@ Kennesaw Invitational.............................. TBA 9.27 ..................Murray State*............................................. 7 p.m. 9.28 ..................Austin Peay*.............................................. 2 p.m. 10.1 ...................@ Jacksonville State*................................ 6 p.m. 10.4 ..................@ UT Martin*............................................. 7 p.m. 10.11 .................Tennessee State*........................................ 7 p.m. 10.12 .................Belmont*.................................................... 2 p.m. 10.18 .................@ Eastern Kentucky*................................. 6 p.m. 10.19 .................@ Morehead State*.....................................1 p.m. 10.22 ................@ Tennessee State*.................................... 6 p.m. 10.25 ................@ Belmont*................................................ 7 p.m. 11.1 ...................Morehead State*........................................ 7 p.m. 11.2 ...................Eastern Kentucky*..................................... 2 p.m. 11.8 ...................@ SIU Edwardsville*................................. 7 p.m. 11.9 ...................@ Eastern Illinois*..................................... 2 p.m. 11.12 .................Jacksonville State* (DH/MBB).............. 5:30 p.m. 11.16 .................Southeast Missouri*................................... 2 p.m. 11.21-25 ............Ohio Valley Conference Tournament†........... TBA 12.5-6 ...............NCAA Tournament – First Round†................. TBA 12.13-14 ............NCAA Tournament – Regional†..................... TBA 12.19-21 ............NCAA Tournament – Final Four†................... TBA

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