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www.GoToros.com About CSUDH Located in Carson, just 13 miles south from LAX and minutes from the South Bay beaches, California State University, Dominguez Hills sits on a 346-acre campus that shares space with the Home Depot Center, home to the L.A. Galaxy and Chivas USA soccer teams.

Toro student-athletes engage in community service projects throughout the year which serve the community. During the 2006-07 school year, the National Consortium for Academics and Sports (NCAS) reported that CSUDH connected with approximately 6,500 youth in its outreach efforts. That total more than doubled the next closest D-II school and gave student-athletes, coaches and staff yet another accomplishment to take pride in. Cal State Dominguez Hills embraces the diversity of its students by sponsoring more than 70 student organizations ranging from Departmental/Professional and Recreation/Sports organizations to Cultural, Religious Service and Special Interest groups. » » » » » »

The University boasts an environment that provides a distinct advantage for its students by embracing the surrounding community. CSUDH’s diverse demographics are shown through every possible dimension: cultural, ethnic, age, gender, religious, economic and intellectual. Serving students locally, nationally and internationally, the Carson campus allows students to pursue a higher education while being able to develop the skills necessary for the working world after graduation. By creating a balance between the desired social atmosphere of a small campus and the cultural and academic possibilities available at a larger university, ample opportunities exist to quench the desire for intellectual development. Athletically, the Toros are a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) competing at the Division II level, bringing excitement and tradition to the campus through 11 different sports. The Toros vie for championships annually in: » » » » » » » »

Men’s & Women’s Soccer Women’s Volleyball Women’s Cross Country Men’s & Women’s Basketball Baseball Softball Men’s Golf Women’s Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field

CSUDH is one of 11 universities that competes in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), the most prominent Division II conference in the nation with 146 NCAA Championships, far more than any other conference in the nation. Adding to these successes, the Toros have captured 24 conference championships in: » Men’s Soccer (8) » Women’s Soccer (7) » Baseball (3) » Softball (2) » Women’s Basketball (2) » Men’s Basketball (2)

The University is divided into six distinct schools/colleges: College of Business Administration and Public Policy College of Education College of Extended and International Education College of Health and Human Services, College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences. College of Arts & Humanities

Through these programs, CSUDH offers 45 majors and 51 minors, 26 Certificate Programs, 22 Graduate Degree Programs and 10 Credential Programs that serve an average 12,000 students per semester while boasting an exceptional 21:1 student-to-faculty ratio. Opportunities to study abroad are available in seventeen countries including: » Chile » Japan » England » Mexico » France » Peru » Germany » Spain » Italy » Sweden CSUDH also is a nationwide leader in distance learning programs, which have been featured on National Public Radio’s “Morning Edition” and NBC-TV’s “Homepage.” Other off-campus programs that have made CSUDH the vibrant institution it has become are the statewide nursing program, the master’s of humanities and an online MBA program. Cal State Dominguez Hills holds a unique opportunity for students by offering on-campus housing. It’s a convenient, safe and cost-effective resource to enhance the time spent at school. In contrast to the traditional residence halls or dormitories, University Housing is an apartment complex composed of 22 separate two-story buildings and two common buildings. All apartments are fully furnished and facilities include recreation and meeting rooms, laundry facilities and a computer lab. On the complex grounds are basketball and volleyball courts, a weight room and a picnic area, with grassy knolls and an exquisite landscape surrounding the buildings that create a perfect background for either studying or relaxing, or both.

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Toros Volleyball ‘08 2008 Toros Volleyball 2008 Quick Facts CSUDH Facts Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1000 E. Victoria St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Carson, CA 90747 enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,000 founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1960 president . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Mildred García Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . Patrick Guillen Athletics phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 243-3893 Affiliation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA DII conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . California Collegiate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athletic Association (CCAA) home court . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Torodome capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,200 nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toros school colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cardinal & Gold

Sports Information volleyball siD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom Weed Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (310) 243-3764 cell phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 987-9093 fax number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (310) 516-4488 email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tweed@csudh.edu head siD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mel Miranda email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mmiranda@csudh.edu Athletic Website . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.GoToros.com

Training Room interim head Athletic Trainer. . . . .Tim McGuire Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 243-3876 email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .tmcguire@csudh.edu Athletic Trainer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lindsay Kokoczka Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 243-3894 email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lkokoczka@csudh.edu

Volleyball Facts head coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott Davenport Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 243-2222 email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . sdavenport@csudh.edu csuDh record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-27 (1 Season) career record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Assistant coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Christine Tran Assistant coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jenise Espindola Assistant coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stewart Solomon 2007 Overall record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-27 2007 conference record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-17 2007 conference finish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10th Letterwinners returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . 4/11 starters returning/Lost. . . . . . . . . . . 2/4 + Libero new recruits (hs/Jc). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 (9/3)

Commitment The California State University is committed to providing equal opportunities to men and women CSUDH students in all campus programs, including Intercollegiate Athletics.

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Table of Contents Toros Volleyball 2008 2008 Season Preview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 Coaching Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2008 Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

2008 Volleyball Team TaMesha Jefferson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Marissa Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Ashley Clark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Melissa Velasco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Rebekah Wolfgramm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Heather Rushton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Hilary Hougardy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Angela Ho. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Stacy Wilder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Ashley Davison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Cassidy Mangum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Jasmine Mertens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Jessica Harrison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Kayla Huckabee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Madison Horsley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

2008 Opponents Non-Conference Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 CCAA Opponents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-17 2008 CCAA Coaches Poll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

2007 Statistics CSUDH Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Match-by-Match Results & Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Final CCAA Standings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Individual CCAA & National Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Final AVCA Top 25 Rankings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 CCAA Statistical Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

CSUDH Record Books CSUDH Match Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 CSUDH Season Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 CSUDH Career Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 All-Time Record vs. Opponents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 All-Time Coaching Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 All-Time Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Season-by-Season Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-28

General Information CSUDH President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 CSUDH Administration & Athletic Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-33 CCAA Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

The Covers About CSUDH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Front 2008 Volleyball Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Outside Back

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Last season began with high expectations as head coach Scott Davenport took the reins, but in arguably the toughest volleyball conference in the nation and coupled with injuries whittling the Toro roster down to just nine healthy players at one point, wins were few and far between.

With the Spratt-Bull combination gone, the pressure of dishing the ball and running the offense this season will come in the form of two freshmen, Rebekah Wolfgramm and Cassidy Mangum. Although both may stand a little shorter than previous setters in recent Toro history, the duo will bring a new level of athleticism and quickness to the position. “They’re really smart and hard workers,” coach Davenport says. “And they have a really good mind for the game, too.”

With a schedule that saw the Toros play 13 contests against teams with a national ranking attached to their name, CSUDH struggled through a 227 season. Despite the low win total the Toros were by no means a doormat to opposing teams, as they took games off nationally-ranked Cal State San Bernardino (#2), Seattle Pacific (#20), Chico State (#23), and Cal Poly Pomona (#24), winning at least one game in 12 of the 27 losses. unmArKeD TALenT With a quartet of seniors departing from last year’s team that included Sophia Lopes who had the most kills for the ‘08 season, Jenise Espindola who notched the most digs in a match in the past 10 years with 31 and picked up the 10th most digs in a season in Toro history, and the setting du of Kayleigh Spratt and Tiffany Bull, who both placed their respective names in the CSUDH career top 10 list for assists, the Toros will have to replace key components of the starting rotation this season. With only one returning senior and no returning juniors on the 2008 squad, the Toros will look to a talented trio of players to lead the way and be the building blocks of a program that will help erase the memory of the disappointing seasons gone by. Returning sophomores Ashley Clark, Marissa Anderson, and Melissa Velasco all played significant minutes in their inaugural season as freshmen last year, showing growth over the course of the season. Mix in eight freshmen recruits with that solid sophomore trio, water over the next few seasons, and the Toro volleyball future looks brighter than it ever has as the young talent continues to grow and mature together.

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cLOsing The BLOcK With no middles returning from last season, coach Davenport will look to JuCo transfers Ashley Davison and Kayla Huckabee, along with the new talent of freshman Heather Rushton, to close the block this season. “I think we’ll be better than we were last year,” coach Davenport explains. “With [assistant coach] Stewart breaking it down for the middles, they will be figuring out the game a lot faster.” The Defensive Line Anchoring the defense in the different color jersey will be Velasco, who split time as the main defensive specialist and libero last season. Velasco recorded 10 double-digit dig matches and had 30 more matches with six or more digs for the Toros last season. “Melissa will pretty much be our quarterback this season,” states Davenport. “She’s got the mentality and experience to anchor the team on serve receive as well as on defense.” In addition to captaining the defense, Velasco brings scoring ability with a tough line drive jump float that should lead to multiple aces and over passes. Along with Velasco on the back line will be freshmen Jasmine Mertens, Hilary Hougardy, and Angelo Ho. Add in a first time Toro defensive specialist in senior Stacy Wilder, and expect to see some of the best defense the Toros have produced in a long time.

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Toros Volleyball ‘08 2008 Season Preview hiTTing BehinD The seTTer

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Pounding balls behind the setter this season will be the lone lefty on the front court Anderson, after spending the entire 2007 season as the key right side hitter for the team. She used her pin-point accuracy to put points on the scoreboard and, with a season of growth, should become an even bigger factor this season. “Anderson showed her coachability last year,” begins Davenport. “Her receptiveness to the tactical things was huge and her ability to impress upon the new kids what we expect this season will be very important. There’s a better chance we can get to where we need to go a whole lot faster by building trust this way.”

Like every year, the Toros will face some of the best teams in the country, in not only CCAA members UC San Diego, Chico State, Cal Poly Pomona, Cal State L.A., and Cal State San Bernardino, who qualified for the NCAA Division II Pacific Regional Tournament, but also against Lynn University, who made it to the second round of the South Regional, two-time NCAA Champions BYU-Hawai’i (1999 & 2002), 2005 and 2006 regional participant Seattle Pacific, and 2004, 2005, 2006 regional participant Central Washington.

The mAin WeApOns The focus of the offense will again rest on the arms of the Toro outside hitters, which should hold the fiercest battle for playing time. Last season Clark showed flashes of future All-CCAA accolades with her all-around play, and will have to fend off a crop of young players in freshmen Jessica Harrison and Madison Horsley. “Ashley is part of the core for the foundation of this team,” Davenport states. “She’s going to have to show the rest of the team what it takes to compete in this conference.” Senior TaMesha Jefferson, who was missed last season do to injury, will return to the line up and provide an instant upgrade to the Toro squad this season. In addition to her immense athletic ability which will give a boost to the Toro offense and defense, her leadership skills as the only senior with collegiate experience should prove invaluable with the young roster. “Meesh brings the ability to explain the speed of the game to the younger players,” Davenport begins. “Her example on and off the court will be very imperative.”

“We’re going to keep stepping up and going toe to toe with whoever we play.” -csuDh volleyball avenport head coach scott Davenport

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On the flip side, the Toros will welcome the Academy of Art University at San Francisco, who in 2008 will be fielding athletic teams for the first time in the school’s history, and San Francisco State, who returns to the world of CCAA volleyball after a three-year hiatus. eXpecTATiOns fOr 2008 With so many new faces and young unproven talent on the roster this season, and just 10 of the 27 All-CCAA recipients lost to graduation, coach Davenport isn’t expecting an instant turn around for a program that has been at the bottom of the league nearly every season. “I expect to continue where we left off last year when it comes to the intangible things,” Davenport says. “It seems like we have a complete group of kids willing to put in the time and energy it takes to be successful. My expectation is that we continue to go that direction and not fall backwards at all.” The team’s focus for the 2008 season will be to make it a fundamental growing year, to build upon the foundation laid out from previous years and head towards the ultimate goal of breaking through the top of the pack in a few seasons. “We’re going to keep stepping up and going toe to toe with whoever we play,” Davenport concludes. “I’m really excited about this season and can’t wait to get started.”

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Toros Volleyball ‘08 Toros Coaching Staff scott Davenport

christine Tran

head coach

Assistant coach

Coach Davenport begins his first season as official head coach and his fifth overall season as a part of the Toros volleyball program. Born and raised in Rochester, NY, Davenport attended Genesee Community College where he led his squad to a league championship en route to earning MVP and all-league honors. After transferring to Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne, he helped the Mastodons earn an NCAA Division I semifinal berth, finishing 4th overall. In 1995, Davenport moved to California in pursuit of a professional beach volleyball career, which began in 1997 and continues to this day. Over an eightyear career, he has finished ranked in the top 20 on three different occasions. In 2001 alone, he earned six top-nine finishes. Two years prior, Davenport played and served as team co-captain at the Pan American Games for Team USA, where he and his partner earned a 7th-place finish internationally. Locally, Davenport founded Club Performance Volleyball, a small junior boys and girls volleyball club located in Palos Verdes, CA. He was the head coach of the Palos Verdes Peninsula HS boys program from 2000-03, earning consecutive CIF Bay League Coach of the Year honors. Under his direction, over 20 of his players have earned Division I volleyball scholarships. In addition to his Toro coaching duties, Davenport is an active member of the AVP pro volleyball tour and runs Club X, a volleyball club based in the South Bay. A resident of Redondo Beach, Davenport is married to Wendi Dearsman.

Tran returns to the Toro sideline for her second season as an assistant coach. She last coached in 2006 after concluding her two-year CSUDH career. Tran is currently the head coach at Pacifica High School, as well as coaching Cal Jrs volleyball club. She received a degree in Digital Media Arts-T.V. Production in May 2006 from CSUDH.

Jenise espindola Assistant coach Espindola enters her first season as an assistant coach after concluding a two-year Toro career as a defensive specialist and libero. As a coach, Espindola spent a season assisting with the 18’s team for Club X. Espindola is currently finishing her degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in teaching.

stewart solomon Assistant coach Solomon enters his first year as an assistant coach along with his head coaching duties for Peninsula High School’s JV Boy’s team. Priot to that he held a two-year stint as Head JV Boy’s coach at South Torrance High School and has coached with the Southern California Volleyball Club. He participated as a Middle Blocker at Peninsula HS and El Cerrito College before transferring to CSUDH. He is currently finishing his degree in history.

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www.GoToros.com 2008 Toro Roster Numerical Breakdown # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16

name Angela hO Cassidy mAngum TaMesha JeffersOn Madison hOrsLey Ashley DAvisOn Heather rushTOn Jasmine merTens Hilary hOugArDy Melissa veLAscO Ashley cLArK Rebekah WOLfgrAmm Jessica hArrisOn Marissa AnDersOn Stacy WiLDer Kayla hucKABee

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yr. pos. Fr. L Fr. S Sr. OH Fr. OH Jr. MB Fr. MB Fr. L Fr. L So. L So. OH Fr. S Fr. OH/OPP So. OPP Sr. L Jr. MB

Alpha Breakdown

hometown/Last school San Bernardino, CA/Cajon HS Victorville, CA/Sultana HS Lancaster, CA/Antelope Valley College San Dimas, CA/San Dimas HS Stockton, CA/San Joaquin Delta JC San Dimas, CA/Lutheran HS Cypress, CA/Cypress HS Thousand Oaks, CA/Thousand Oaks HS Long Beach, CA/Lakewood HS Bakersfield, CA/Centennial HS Anaheim, CA/Savanna HS Murrietta, CA/Murrietta Valley HS San Bernardino, CA/Cajon HS Long Beach, CA/Cypress JC Norco, CA/Riverside CC

AnDersOn, Marissa AnDersOn cLArK, Ashley DAvisOn, Ashley hArrisOn, Jessica hO, Angela hOrsLey, Madison hOugArDy, Hilary hucKABee, Kayla JeffersOn, TaMesha mAngum, Cassidy merTens, Jasime rushTOn, Heather veLAscO, Melissa WiLDer, Stacy WOLfgrAmm. Rebekah

Head Coach: Scott DAvenpOrT (2nd Season) Assistant Coaches: Christine TrAn (2nd), Stewart sOLOmOn (1st), Jenise espinDOLA (1st)

Height Breakdown

Class Breakdown

Position Breakdown

6-3 (1): Kayla Huckabee 6-1 (1): Heather Rushton 6-0 (3): Marissa Anderson, Ashley Clark, Ashley Davison 5-11 (1): TaMesha Jefferson 5-10 (1): Jessica Harrison 5-7 (2): Angela Ho, Rebekah Wolfgramm 5-6 (3): Heather Hougardy, Melissa Velasco, Madison Horsley 5-4 (3): Cassidy Mangum, Jasmine Mertens, Stacy Wilder

seniors (2): TaMesha Jefferson, Stacy Wilder Juniors (2): Ashley Davison, Kayla Huckabee sophomores (3): Marissa Anderson, Ashley Clark, Melissa Velasco. freshmen (8): Jessica Harrison, Angela Ho, Madison Horsley, Hilary Hougardy, Cassidy Mangum, Jasmine Mertens, Heather Rushton, Rebekah Wolfgramm

Outside hitter (4): Ashley Clark, Jessica Harrison, Madison Horsley, TaMesha Jefferson middle Blocker (3): Ashley Davison, Kayla Huckabee, Heather Rushton Opposite (1): Marissa Anderson setters (2): Cassidy Mangum, Rebekah Wolfgramm Libero/Ds (5): Angela Ho, Hilary Hougardy, Jasmine Mertens, Melissa Velasco, Stacy Wilder

Top row (L to r): Ashley Davison, Ashley Clark, Jessica Harrison, Hilary Hougardy, Assistant Coach Jenise Espindola, Head Coach Scott Davenport, Assistant Coach Stewart Solomon, Assistant Coach Christine Tran, TaMesha Jefferson, Heather Rushton, Marissa Anderson, Kayla Huckabee. Bottom row (L to r): Rebekah Wolfgramm, Melissa Velasco, Madison Horsley, Angela Ho, Stacy Wilder, Cassidy Mangum, Jasmine Mertens.

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Toros Volleyball ‘08 Toro Profiles - Returners

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2007: Utilized a medical redshirt. 2006: Pounded down a season-high 13 kills twice in her first year as a Toro ... CSUDH was undefeated in the four matches in which she recorded 10 or more kills ... Saw action in 78 of the Toros’ 98 games and played in all but one Toro match while making 10 starts on the season. Antelope valley college: Earned 2nd-Team All-League honor as a freshman and 1st-Team All-League honor as a sophomore ... Led the Marauders to back-to-back 3rd place league finishes as a middle blocker ... Recorded 180 kills, 152 digs, 25 blocks, and 16 service aces in 18 matches in 2005. Lancaster hs: Named to the 1st-Team All-League in 2004 ... Led the Eagles to a 2nd-place league finish in 2003 under head coach Jeff LeDuff ... Also played basketball as a small forward as a junior ... Helped the Eagles basketball team to a 3rd-place finish under coach Gorman ... Once pulled down 19 rebounds in a game. personal: Born in Los Angeles, CA, on November 16, 1986 ... Daughter of James and LaTanya Jefferson ... Has two brothers, James and Ryan ... Chose CSUDH because of its proximity to family ... Also recruited by LMU and NSU ... Lists getting CSUDH to the “SHIP” as her athletic goal ... Would like to be an athletic trainer or a physical therapist for a sports team ... Lists Kobe Bryant and the Lakers as sports favorites ... Favorite movies are “House Party” and “Above the Rim” ... Most admires her parents and her two big brothers ... Graduated Cum Laude from Antelope Valley College ... Lists “The Hills” as favorite TV show ...Majoring in kinesiology.

Marissa Anderson

Sophomore • Opposite • 6’1

San Bernardino, CA • Cajon HS Yr. GP-MP 07

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#14 Toro Match Highs Kills: 15 Digs: 12 Aces: 5

2007: 3rd in the team with kills (193), 2nd in attack percentage (.131) and 4th in total attacks (612) ... Posted a season high 15 kills at Humboldt State (Oct. 6) ... Recorded her first double-doulble at Cal State Monterey Bay (Sep. 15) with 11 kills and 12 digs ... Saw action in 25 of the Toros 29 matches. cajon hs: Led the Cowboys to back-to-back perfect 7-0 seasons as a junior and senior under head coach Paula Bougie-Thomas ... Earned 1st-Team All-League honors as a junior and senior ... Finished prep career with a 26-2 record over four years. personal: Born June 28, 1989, in San Bernardino, CA ... Daughter of Mr. Anderson and Ms. Morton ... Has an older sister, Lauren (21) ... Also recruited by Cal Poly Pomona, Louisiana State, Graceland, and Seton Hall ... Spent time as a volunteer at Newmark Elementary working with the C.A.P.S. program ... Would like to be a speech therapist ... Sports favorites include Misty May and the Pittsburgh Steelers ... Lists her dad as the person she most admires ... Other favorites include the movie “300” and the TV show “Lost” ... Majoring in kinesiology.

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Ashley Clark

Sophomore • Outside Hitter • 6’0

Bakersfield, CA • Centennial HS Yr. GP-MP 07

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#10 Toro Match Highs Kills: 21 Digs: 17 Blocks: 3

2007: 4th on the team in kills (183) and 3rd in total attacks (620) ... Recorded two double-doubles, first at Cal State Monterey Bay (10K, 14D), and then against Bentley College (21K, 17D) ... Held the 2nd highest attack percentage in a match at .455 against Cal Poly Pomona ... Landed more than 10 kills in seven games ... Saw action in 25 of the Toros 29 matches. 2006: Used a redshirt year. centennial hs: Led the Golden Hawks to back-to-back league runner-up finishes under coach Roberts ... Prep highs include 14 kills and nine blocks ... Voted to 2nd-Team All-League during senior year ... Led team to a Central Section championship as a sophomore. personal: Born in Torrance, CA, on July 25, 1988 ... Daughter of Jim and Cindy Clark ... Has four siblings, Kasey, Danielle, Jamie, and James ... Chose CSUDH to be close to family ... Lists greatest thrill to date as winning Valley in 2003 ... Favorites include the Miami Dolphins, LeAnn Rhimes, movies “Motocrossed,” “Hitch,” and “Center Stage,” and television shows “Boy Meets World,” “Saved By the Bell,” and “Charmed”..Volunteered for the SPCA and the 30-hour-famine ... Aspires to teach algebra or elementary school ... Goal is to start while at CSUDH ... Currently majoring in liberal studies.

Melissa Velasco

Sophomore • Libero • 5’6

Long Beach, CA • Lakewood HS Yr. GP-MP

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Toro Match Highs Kills: 1 Digs: 15 Aces: 2

2007: Named to the CSUDH honor roll ... 1st on the team in games played (100) and total serve attempts (332) ... Recorded more than 10 digs in 10 games ... 3rd on the team in digs per game (2.15). Lakewood hs: Named to the Second-Team All-Moore League three years in a row as a Lancer under head coach Mike Wadley ... Prep game highs include 24 digs and seven service aces. personal: Born October 23, 1989, in Bellflower, CA ... Daughter of Christian and Luz Velasco ... Has one sibling, Christian (21) ... Chose CSUDH for the coaching staff and to remain close to home ... Also recruited by Texas Wesleyan, Converse College, and Centenary College ... Would like to become a publicist or PR executive ... Favorite sports athletes are Michael Jordan and Cristiano Ronaldo ... Most admires her older brother and Evan Hook ... States that “The Sandlot,” “Back to the Future,” and “The Notebook” are favorite movies ... TV favorites include “Scrubs” and “The Family Guy” ... Lists Catcher in the Rye, A Prayer for Owen Meany, and The Female Brain as favorite books ... Is a business administration major with a minor in communications.

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Rebekah Wolfgramm Anaheim, CA • Savanna HS

Freshman • Setter • 5’7

#11

savanna hs: Helped lead the Rebels to three Orange League championships in four years under head coach Eric Anderson ... Was named league MVP as senior ... Named to the 1st-Team All-League three times in volleyball and once in basketball ... Earned a scholar athlete award every years as a prep. personal: Born on October 25, 1990, in San Diego, CA ... Daughter of Filipe Tufui and Victoria Marie Wolfgramm ... Has three siblings, Sionetufui (15), Koloa (12), and Kamorah (6) ... Was also recruited by Cal State Fullerton, Cal State L.A., and BYU-Hawai’i ... Lists her parents as the person she most admires and Abraham Lincoln as the person she would most like to meet ... Other favorites include USC sports teams, movie “Rocky Balboa,” and television show “The Colbert Report” ... Chose CSUDH because of its proximity to home ... Has volunteered her time serving dinner to the homeless, visiting the elderly at assisted living centers, and painting houses ... Majoring in biology.

Heather Rushton

San Dimas, CA • Lutheran HS

Freshman • Middle Blocker • 6’1

#6

Lutheran hs: Helped lead the Trojans to a share of the league title as senior while compiling 204 kills, 33 blocks, and 43 aces ... Garnered 1st-Team All-League and All-CIF honors as a junior and senior ... Was named female athlete of the year as a senior ... Prep highs include 21 kills, seven blocks, and seven aces. personal: Born on October 8, 1990, in Covina, CA ... Daughter of Scott and Carol Rushton ... Was also recruited by UC Riverside, UC San Diego, and Cal Poly Pomona ... Besides volleyball enjoys english horse riding ... Spends over 100 hours a year volunteering with her church and as a counselor at horse camps ... Career ambition is to be a crime scene investigator or a medical examiner ... Spent a summer working at the L.A. Country Fair ... Is nicknamed “Dinosaur” ... States that Phil Dalhausser is her sports hero and her parents are the people she most admires ... Lists “The Decent” and “Lost” as favorite movie and television show ... Majoring in biochemistry.

Hilary Hougardy

Thousand Oaks, CA • Thousand Oaks HS

Freshman • Libero • 5’6

#8

Thousand Oaks hs: Won back-to-back Marmonte League Titles as a junior and senior with a combined 50-6 record under head coach James Park ... Named to the 2nd-Team All-County and selected to the all-star team. personal: Born January 13, 1990, in West Hills, CA ... Daughter of Ron and Marilyn Hougardy ... Has a pair of brothers, Ryan (21) and Zach (12) ... Cousin played soccer at CCAA rival Cal Poly Pomona ... Chose CSUDH because of the coaches ... Also recruited by Cal Lutheran, Cal State Monterey Bay, and Colorado State-Pueblo ... Sports favorites include beach volleyball player Misty May and the Los Angeles Angles of Anaheim ... States that her mom is the person that she most admires ... Lists “Robin Hood Men in Tights” and “Grey’s Anatomy” as favorite movie and tv show ... Majoring in business.

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Angela Ho

San Bernardino, CA • Cajon HS

Freshman • Libero • 5’7

#1

cajon hs: Was as all-league honoree three times while leading the Cowboys to three-consecutive San Andreas League championships under head coach Paula Bougie ... Led the SAL in set assists as a senior. personal: Born on October 9, 1989, in Loma Linda, CA ... Daughter of Josephine Nguyen ... Is the youngest of four siblings, Danh (27), Tuan (25), Jeremy (23), and Pamela (21) ... Did volunteer work at Kendall Elementary School and with the OLA Youth Group ... Career ambition is to be a biologist ... Sports favorites include golfer Tiger Woods and the Los Angeles Lakers ... Lists her mother as the person she most admires and tennis star Venus Williams as the person she would most like to meet ... Joins her Cajon HS teammate Marissa Anderson on the Toro roster ... Majoring in biology.

Stacy Wilder

Long Beach, CA • Cypress JC

Senior • Libero • 5’4

#15

cypress Jc: Played two seasons under head coach Nancy Welliver ... As a freshman helped lead the Charges to a 5th place state finish state while being ranked 11th in the state is digs. millikan hs: Spent time as a setter and opposite for the Rams ... Under head coach Greg Kuwtz finished 3rd and 4th in final two prep seasons, respectively. personal: Born March 15, 1986 ... Daughter of Robert and Lineta Wilder ... Has two younger siblings, Michael (17) and Perina (9) ... Chose CSUDH to stay close to home ... Wants to open a day-care after receiving her degree ... Sports favorites include the Los Angeles Lakers and Kobe Bryant ... States that she most admires her parents and would like to meet Alicia Keys ... Other favorites include the movie “50 First Dates” and the television show “Law & Order: SVU” ... Majoring in human services.

Ashley Davison

Stockton, CA • San Joaquin Delta JC

Junior • Middle Blocker • 6’0

#5

san Joaquin Delta Jc: Named to the 2nd-team all-league as a sophomore under head coach Michaela Reyes ... Helped guide the Mustangs to a 52-11 record and back-to-back 5th place state finishes. Linden hs: As a senior led the Lions to a league championships and a 5th place finish in the state ... Was an all-league honorable mention three times. personal: Born January 31, 1987, in Stockton, CA ... Daughter of Malcolm and Laurle Davison ... Father played basketball at Lewis & Clark State ... Chose CSUDH because of the atmosphere ... Career ambition is to be a nurse and would most like to meet country singer Tim McGraw ... Sports favorites include the Oakland A’s, the Sacramento Kings, and center fielder Nich Swisher ... Lists “P.S. I Love You” and “Prison Break” as favorite movie and tv show ... Majoring in kinesiology.

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Toros Volleyball ‘08 Toro Profiles - Newcomers

Cassidy Mangum Victorville, CA • Sultana HS

Freshman • Setter • 5’4

#2

sultana hs: Helped lead the Sultans to three-consecutive CIF appears in the Mojave River League ... Was voted High Desert athlete of the week ... Twice named to the 1st-Team All-Area ... Was league runnerup in the pole vault ... Named to the 1st and 2nd-Team All-League teams ... Dished out 612 assists in 21 matches as a senior while also recording 79 digs, 34 aces, and 17 blocks as a senior. personal: Born on November 6, 1989, in Apple Valley, CA ... Daughter of George and Becky Mangum ... Has one sibling, Bethany (22) ... Also recruited Graceland University, Midland College, Wagner College, and Occidental ... Sports favorites include the Oakland Raiders, Baltimore Oriels, and former Olympic setter Debbi Green ... Career ambition is to be an optometrist ... Chose CSUDH because of the other players on the team ... Would most like to meet Oprah Winfrey ... Lists “The Notebook” as favorite movie and “America’s Next Top Model” as favorite TV show ... Majoring in biology.

Jasmine Mertens Cypress, CA • Cypress HS

Freshman • Libero • 5’4

#7

cypress hs: Helped lead the Centurions to a 32-2 record and a league championship as a senior under head coach Heather Dillard ... Named to the 2nd-Team All-Empire League as a junior ... Prep match highs include 13 kills, 13 aces, 20 digs, and three solo blocks. personal: Born on August 30, 1990, in San Pedro, CA ... Daughter of Raphalone and Bernalee Mertens ... Has three siblings, Drew (22), Cassidy (16), and Sheldyn (14) ... Volunteered with “Digs 4 Kids” and at a vacation bible school ... Chose CSUDH because of the campus and her future teammates ... Career ambition is to be a math teacher ... Lists former USC and current Stealers player Troy Polamalu as favorites sports hero ... Other favorites include the movie “She’s the Man” and tv show “That 70’2 Show” ... Majoring in mathematics.

Jessica Harrison

Murrieta, CA • Murrieta Valley HS

Freshman • Outside/Opposite • 5’10

#12

murrieta valley hs: Helped lead the Nighthawks to a 25-5 record in final year under head coach Susan Lillie ... Averaged 1.7 kills per game as a senior while hitting at a .324 clip and tallying 35 solo blocks. personal: Born on May 3, 1990, in San Diego, CA ... Daughter of Kevin and Lisa Harrison ... Has two sisters Stephanie & Tiffany, who both played collegiate soccer at Saint Mary’s College and Loyola Marymount University, respectively ... Also recruited by UC Riverside and UC Santa Cruz ... Chose CSUDH because it felt like the best fit ... States that she most admires her family ... Lists other favorites as the Los Angeles Lakers, the movie “Step Brothers,” and television show “One Tree Hill” ... Majoring in communications.

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Kayla Huckabee

Junior • Middle Blocker • 6’3

Norco, CA • Riverside CC

#16

riverside cc: Named a all-league Honorable Mention as a sophomore under head coach Monica Hayes-Trainder ... led the Orange Empire Conference in blocks ... also participated in women’s basketball. norco hs: Was a four-year letter winner in both volleyball and women’s basketball ... personal: Born in Orange, CA ... Daughter of Suzanne Biscan ... Has five siblings, Jessica (18), Jamie (16), Celci (15), K.D. (12) and Summer (5) ... Career ambitions are to become a high school teacher and coach ... Athletic goals are to always play to the best of her abilities ... Majoring in Liberal Studies.

Madison Horsley

Freshman • Outside Hitter • 5’6

San Dimas, CA • San Dimas HS

#4

san Dimas hs: Named to the 1st team all-league her sophomore, junior and senior year; 2nd team All-CIF and team MVP her junior and senior year ... Named to 2nd team San Gabriel Valley and 1st team All-Inland Valley ... helped lead the Saints to a 9-1 record and Valle Vista League Championships her junior and senior years. personal: Born June 21, 1990 in Glendora, CA ... Daughter of Richard Horsley and Kristine Mendez ... Step-daughter of Marcus Mendez and Chris Ann Horsley ... Has three siblings, Sean (21), Luke (8) and Emilio (5) ... Has four step-siblings, Cam (27), Cole (24), Kyle (22) and Shane (19) ... Chose CSUDH because of the volleyball program ... Career ambition is to become a wedding coordinator ... Sport favorites include Derek Jeter and the Yankees ... Lists “Saving Private Ryan” and “Heroes” as favorite movie and TV Show ... Majoring in Business.

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Toros Volleyball ‘08 Academy of Art Univ. Location: San Francisco, CA nickname: Urban Knights enrollment: 12,500 colors: Black, Red conference: PacWest siD: Courteney Cosso head coach: Marcus Young school/career record: 0-0/120-67 2007 record: First year of program starters & Letter-winners r/L: n/A series: First meeting

2008 Toro Opponents BYU-Hawai’i Location: Laie, HI nickname: Seasiders enrollment: 2,400 colors: Crimson, Gold, Gray conference: PacWest siD: Scott Lowe head coach: Wilfred Navalta school/career record: 522-106/Same 2007 record: 13-9, 9-5 PacWest starters & Letter-winners r/L: 6/1 & 6/5 series: BYU-Hawai’i leads 1-0

www.byuh.edu/sports

http://athletics.academyart.edu

Central Washington Location: Ellensburg, WA nickname: Wildcats enrollment: 9,477 colors: Crimson, Black conference: GNAC siD: Jonathan Gordan head coach: Mario Andaya school/career record: 185-148/Same 2007 record: 13-14, 10-6 GNAC starters & Letter-winners r/L: 5/1 + Libero & 12/2 series: First meeting

Notre Dame de Namur Location: Belmont, CA nickname: Argonauts enrollment: 1,477 colors: Navy Blue, Gold, White conference: PacWest siD: Scott Kimmelman head coach: Devin Grant school/career record: 78-87/Same 2007 record: 11-19, 7-7 PacWest starters & Letter-winners r/L: 3/4 & 10/5 series: CSUDH leads 1-0

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Grand Canyon Univ. Location: Phoenix, AZ nickname: Antelopes (‘Lopes) enrollment: 13,000 colors: Purple, Black, White conference: PacWest siD: Steve Heath head coach: Kris Naber school/career record: 207-208/Same 2007 record: 7-20, 3-11 PacWest starters & Letter-winners r/L: 4/2 & 7/5 series: Grand Canyon leads 25-3

www.athletics.ndnu.edu

Seattle Pacific Location: Seattle, WA nickname: Falcons enrollment: 4,000 colors: Maroon, White conference: GNAC siD: Dan Lepse head coach: Chris Johnson school/career record: 61-20/Same 2007 record: 15-11, 10-8 GNAC starters & Letter-winners r/L: 3/3 + Libero & 5/1 series: Seattle Pacific leads 5-0-1

http://athletics.gcu.edu

Biola University Location: La Mirada, CA nickname: Eagles enrollment: 5,800 colors: Red, White conference: GSAC siD: Jeff Hoffman head coach: Aaron Seltzer school/career record: 149-59/Same 2007 record: 32-8, 14-6 GSAC starters & Letter-winners r/L: 7/0 & 10/2 series: Biola leads 30-5

http://athletics.biola.edu

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Lynn University Location: Boca Raton, FL nickname: Fighting Knights enrollment: 2,700 colors: Blue, White conference: Sunshine State Conference siD: Jeff Messman head coach: Lynze Roos school/career record: 37-25/Same 2007 record: 22-12, 7-9 SSC starters & Letter-winners r/L: 4 + Libero/2 & 9/2 series: First Meeting

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Chico State

Location: Los Angeles, CA nickname: Golden Eagles enrollment: 21,000 colors: Black, Gold conference: CCAA siD: Paul Helms head coach: Bill Lawler school/career record: 253-104/Same 2007 record: 17-10, 12-6 CCAA starters & Letter-winners r/L: 3/4 & 6/8 series: Cal State L.A. leads 47-14

Location: Chico, CA nickname: Wildcats enrollment: 16,000 colors: Cardinal, White conference: CCAA siD: Teresa Clements head coach: Cody Hein school/career record: 69-66/115-110 2007 record: 16-13, 9-9 CCAA starters & Letter-winners r/L: 5/2 & 9/4 series: Chico State leads 21-8

www.csulaathletics.com

UC San Diego

Cal State Stanislaus Location: Turlock, CA nickname: Warriors enrollment: 8,800 colors: Red, Gold, White conference: CCAA siD: Hung Tsai head coach: Christina Lore school/career record: 22-60/Same 2007 record: 6-24, 2-16 CCAA starters & Letter-winners r/L: 3/3 & 7/7 series: CSUDH leads 17-11

Location: La Jolla, CA nickname: Tritons enrollment: 26,247 colors: Blue, Gold conference: CCAA siD: Mark Oshidari head coach: Tom Black school/career record: 65-19/Same 2007 record: 20-8, 13-5 CCAA starters & Letter-winners r/L: 3/3 & 10/4 series: UC San Diego leads 33-1-1

http://athletics.ucsd.edu

Humboldt State

www.warriorathletics.com

San Francisco State Location: San Francisco, CA nickname: Gators enrollment: 27,000 colors: Purple, Gold conference: CCAA siD: Joe Danahey head coach: Michelle Patton school/career record: First Season/Same 2007 record: Did not have volleyball starters & Letter-winners r/L: First year back since 2003 series: CSUDH leads 12-10

Location: Arcata, CA nickname: ‘Jacks enrollment: 7,550 colors: Green, Gold conference: CCAA siD: Dan Pambianco head coach: Sue Woodstra school/career record: 34-93/176-276 2007 record: 10-16, 6-12 CCAA starters & Letter-winners r/L: 4/3 & 8/4 series: Humboldt State leads 9-3

http://hsujacks.com

http://athletics.sfsu.edu

Sonoma State

Cal State Monterey Bay Location: Seaside, CA nickname: Otters enrollment: 4,080 colors: Blue, Gold conference: CCAA siD: Mindy Mills head coach: Jody Garry school/career record: 12-19/21-36 2007 record: 12-19, 8-10 CCAA starters & Letter-winners r/L: 3/5 & 4/10 series: Cal State Monterey Bay leads 5-3

Location: Rohnert Park ,CA nickname: Seawolves enrollment: 8,000 colors: Navy, Columbia Blue, White conference: CCAA siD: Brandon Bronzan head coach: Bear Grassl school/career record: 78-84/Same 2007 record: 13-14, 9-9 CCAA starters & Letter-winners r/L: 3/3 + Libero & 10/7 series: Sonoma State leads 24-9

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Toros Volleyball ‘08 2008 CCAA Opponents/Coaches Poll Cal State San Bernardino Location: San Bernardino, CA nickname: Coyotes enrollment: 17,000 colors: Columbia Blue, Black conference: CCAA siD: Mike Murphy head coach: Kim Cherniss school/career record: 352-170/Same 2007 record: 27-3, 17-1 CCAA starters & Letter-winners r/L: 5 + Libero/1 & 9/3 series: Cal State San Bernardino leads 35-6

2008 CCAA Coaches Poll rank Team 1. Cal State San Bernardino (8) 2. US San Diego (1) 3. Cal State L.A. 4. Chico State (2) 5. Cal Poly Pomona 6. Sonoma State 7. Cal State Monterey Bay 8. Humboldt State 9. Cal State Stanislaus 10. cal state Dominguez hills 11. San Francisco State (First place votes in parenthesis)

points 96 83 77 76 74 57 42 40 23 19 18

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Cal Poly Pomona Location: Pomona, CA nickname: Broncos enrollment: 21,000 colors: Green, Gold conference: CCAA siD: Mark Reinhiller head coach: Rosie Wegrich school/career record: 293-185/622-444 2007 record: 21-7, 13-5 CCA starters & Letter-winners r/L: 4 + Libero/2 & 10/4 series: Cal Poly Pomona leads 53-8

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www.GoToros.com 2007 Toro Statistics Individual Stats Overall record: 2-27 conference record: 1-17 home: 1-11, Away: 0-10, neutral: 1-6 player LOPES, Sophia WELLS, Lauren AnDersOn, marissa cLArK, Ashley JOHNSON, Randi PETTIGREW, Travette PORTER, Schauna BULL, Tiffany THOMPSON, Taylor SPRATT, Kayleigh BARRIER, Katie veLAscO, melissa ESPINDOLA, Jenise PENA, Lauryn csuDh Opponents Returners in bold

gp mp-ms K 99 29-28 343 95 29-19 224 86 25-23 193 83 25-19 183 61 18-17 90 90 27-22 61 41 19-4 35 91 28-10 29 15 5-3 29 94 29-21 18 20 7-5 9 100 29-1 4 97 29-2 1 9 8-0 0 102 29-29 1219 102 29-29 1514

K/g 3.46 2.36 2.24 2.20 1.48 0.68 0.85 0.32 1.93 0.19 0.45 0.04 0.01 0.00 11.95 14.84

e 218 141 113 120 33 34 21 22 21 15 7 5 1 0 752 501

TA 1041 708 612 620 283 188 130 94 99 85 30 16 5 0 3912 3845

pct. .120 .117 .131 .102 .201 .144 .108 .074 .081 .035 .067 -.062 .000 .000 .119 .263

A 21 17 20 11 6 6 1 396 0 613 0 17 19 0 1128 1371

sA se Dig 27 52 332 38 55 141 20 35 72 10 10 120 9 9 31 0 1 16 4 4 16 17 25 137 3 6 13 21 40 155 0 0 8 18 30 215 29 15 351 0 0 4 196 282 1611 263 251 1719

D/g Bs BA TB 3.35 1 18 19 1.48 0 12 12 0.84 4 22 26 1.45 4 14 18 0.51 3 23 26 0.18 13 39 52 0.39 1 5 6 0.87 0 2 2 1.51 0 8 8 1.65 1 13 14 0.40 1 14 15 2.15 0 0 0 3.62 0 0 0 0.44 0 0 0 15.79 28 170 113 16.85 33 370 218

B/g 0.19 0.13 0.30 0.22 0.43 0.58 0.15 0.13 0.09 0.15 0.75 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.11 2.14

pTs 380.0 268.0 228.0 204.0 113.5 93.5 42.5 33.0 50.0 46.5 17.0 22.0 30.0 0.0 1528 1995

p/g 3.84 2.82 2.65 2.46 1.86 1.04 1.04 2.20 0.55 0.49 0.85 0.22 0.31 0.00 14.98 19.56

Team Results & Match-by-Match Leaders Date %8/24 %8/24 %8/25 %8/25 #8/31 #8/ 31 #9/01 #9/01 *9/05 *9/07 9/12 *9/14 *9/15 9/17 *9/21 *9/22 *9/28 *9/29 *10/06 10/09 *10/12 *10/13 *10/19 *10/20 *10/26 *10/27 *11/02 *11/03 *11/10

Opponent results score-by-game vs #25 SW Minn. St L 0-3 28-20,14-30,13-30 vs Fort Lewis L 1-3 34-32,15-30,24-30,25-30 vs Regis University L 0-3 19-30,23-30,22-30 vs #20 Seattle Pacific L 1-3 25-30,13-30,30-26,28-30 vs Western Oregon L 0-3 14-30,16-30,25-30 at #23 Western Washington L 0-3 9-30,11-30,18-30 vs Seattle U. L 0-3 20-30,24-30,18-30 vs Saint Martin’s W 3-0 30-26,30-22,30-24 #20 cAL sTATe L.A. L 0-3 16-30,11-30,20-30 #9 uc sAn DiegO L 0-3 13-30,18-30,25-30 hAWAi’i pAcific L 0-3 26-30,27-30,24-30 at Sonoma State L 0-3 19-30,22-30,23-30 at CSU Monterey Bay L 1-3 30-20,25-30,25-30,26-30 #7 pT. LOmA nAZArene L 0-3 27-30,29-31,23-30 cs sTAnisLAus W 3-2 30-26,30-26,22-30,30-32,15-13 #20 chicO sTATe L 1-3 17-30,30-23,23-30,21-30 cAL pOLy pOmOnA L 0-3 18-30,29-31,28-30 #2 cs sAn BernArDinO L 1-3 30-24,24-30,16-30,21-30 at Humboldt State L 1-3 25-30,32-30,27-30,26-30 BenTLey cOLLege L 2-3 17-30,30-28,30-19,27-30,6-15 at #19 Cal State L.A. L 0-3 23-30,21-30,19-30 at #23 UC San Diego L 0-3 26-30,17-30,13-30 csu mOnTerey BAy L 1-3 19-30,26-30,30-22,29-31 sOnOmA sTATe L 0-3 22-30,17-30,16-30 at #23 Chico State L 1-3 30-27,26-30,27-30,22-30 at CS Stanislaus L 1-3 14-30,35-33,19-30,25-30 at #5 CS San Bernardino L 0-3 19-30,23-30,13-30 at #24 Cal Poly Pomona L 1-3 15-30,19-30,30-26,20-30 humBOLDT sTATe L 1-3 22-30,30-25,20-30,24-30

Kills Johnson (8) Wells (22) Lopes (14) Lopes (15) Lopes (11) Lopes (6) Thompson (11) Lopes (18) Wells (9) Wells (8) Lopes (18) Lopes (12) Wells (13) Wells (13) Wells (24) Lopes (13) Two tied w/ (12) clark (20) Lopes (19) clark (21) Anderson (10) Lopes (8) Lopes (24) Lopes (10) Lopes (22) Lopes (16) Clark (10) Lopes (13) Two tied w/ (15)

Blocks Two tied w/ (3) Barrier (3) Two tied w/ (2) Barrier (4) Two tied w/ (3) Lopes (1) Three tied w/ (2) Two tied w/ (1) Two tied w/ (1) Wells (2) Johnson (4) Two tied w/ (2) Three tied w/ (2) pettigrew (2) Johnson (3) Two tied w/ (3) Two tied w/(2) Johnson (2) Anderson (2) pettigrew (5) Three tied w/ (2) Porter (3) pettigrew (6) Two tied w/ (2) Pettigrew (3) Pettigrew (3) Two tied w/ (1) Two tied w/ (2) pettigrew (4)

Digs Velasco (8) Lopes (17) Wells (8) Velasco (11) Espindola (15) Espindola (17) Espindola (15) Lopes (16) velasco (6) velasco (13) Two tied w/ (12) Lopes (12) Clark (14) espindola (18) Lopes (23) Lopes (16) espindola (10) Lopes (25) Lopes (20) espindola (31) Lopes (11) Lopes (11) espindola (26) espindola (16) Lopes (12) Lopes (16) Two tied w/ (6) Espindola (17) espindola (25)

*Denotes CCAA matches. % Coyote Classic / # Viking Classic

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Toros Volleyball ‘08 2007 CCAA/National Honors Final CCAA Standings Team *Cal State San Bernardino %Cal Poly Pomona %UC San Diego %Cal State L.A. %Chico State Sonoma State Cal State Monterey Bay Humboldt State Cal State Stanislaus Cal State Dominguez Hills

ccAA record pcT 17-1 .944 13-5 .722 13-5 .722 12-6 .667 9-9 .500 9-9 .500 8-10 .444 6-12 .333 2-16 .111 1-17 .056

AVCA Top 25 Overall record pcT 27-3 .900 21-7 .750 20-8 .714 17-10 .630 16-13 .552 13-14 .481 12-19 .387 10-16 .385 6-24 .200 2-27 .069

*CCAA Champion, NCAA Pacific Regional participant %NCAA Pacific Regional participant

All-CCAA Honors first-Team All-ccAA Rebecca Bailey, UC San Diego (OH-Jr.) Erica Brick, Chico State (S-Jr.) Sharea Drawn, Cal State San Bernardino (MB-Sr.) Jessica Granados, Cal State San Bernardino (OH-Jr.) Antoinette Kathol, Cal Poly Pomona (MB-Sr.) Lindsay Macias, Chico State (OH-Jr.) Taylor Manton, Sonoma State (L-Sr.) Airess Padda, Cal State L.A. (MB-Sr.) Sara Rice, Cal State San Bernardino (MB-Jr.) Kristy Sather, Sonoma State (OH-Jr.) Sylvia Schmidt, UC San Diego (OH-So.) Vanessa Williams, Cal Poly Pomona (MB-Jr.) Jenna Young, Cal Poly Pomona (OH-Jr. ) second-Team All-ccAA Mallory Briney, Humboldt State (OH-Jr.) Lindsay Brown, Sonoma State (S-So.) Brittany Etchings, Cal State Monterey Bay (OH-Sr.) Natalie Facchini, UC San Diego (L-Sr.) Bianca Gorospe, Cal State L.A. (OH-Sr.) Ashtin Hall, Cal State San Bernardino (OH-So.) Brittany Harkey, Cal Poly Pomona (MB-Sr.) Gillian Heydorff, Chico State (OH-So.) Sara Hoffman, Cal State San Bernardino (S-So.) Lindsay Laasko, Cal State L.A. (OH-Jr.) Amber Ries, UC San Diego (OPP-Sr.) Courtney Taubert, Cal State Monterey Bay (OH-Sr.) Debbie Vander Schaaf, Cal State Stanislaus (OH-Sr.) Ursula Vieira, Cal State L.A. (OPP-Jr.) 2007 ccAA most valuable player of the year Jessica Granados, Cal State San Bernardino 2007 ccAA newcomer of the year Kristy Sather, Sonoma State 2007 ccAA freshman of the year Marianne Fox, Sonoma State 2007 ccAA coach of the year Kim Cherniss, Cal State San Bernardino

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1 - Concordia-St. Paul (36-4) 2 - Western Washington (26-5) 3 - Washburn (38-4) 4 - Tampa (31-3) 5 - Minnesota Duluth (29-2) 6 - West Texas A&M (36-8) 7 - Grand Valley State (33-4) 8 - Truman (36-6) 9 - cal state san Bernardino (27-3) 10 - Central Missouri (31-7) 11 - Lewis (32-4) 12 - Southwest Minnesota State (26-8) 13 - Florida Southern (26-9) 14 - SIU Edwardsville (27-7) 15 - Emporia State (27-9) 16 - Hillsdale (26-8) 17 - Indianapolis (33-4) 18 - Pittsburg State (28-9) 19 - Nebraska-Kearney (33-5) 20 - Ashland (25-6) 21 - Minnesota State (19-9) 22 - uc san Diego (20-8) 23 - California (Pa.) (35-4) 24 - Augustana (S.D.) (19-11) 25 - Dowling (39-8)

Regional/National Honors AvcA ncAA D-ii All-American: first-Team Jessica Granados, Cal State San Bernardino AvcA ncAA D-ii All-American: second-Team Sharea Drawn, Cal State San Bernardino AvcA ncAA D-ii All-American: Third-Team Sara Hoffman, Cal State San Bernardino AvcA ncAA D-ii All-American: honorable mention Vanessa Williams, Cal Poly Pomona Lindsay Macias, Chico State Rebecca Bailey, UC San Diego AVCA All-Pacific Region Rebecca Bailey, UC San Diego Sharea Drawn, Cal State San Bernardino Jessica Granados, Cal State San Bernardino Sara Hoffman, Cal State San Bernardino Lindsay Macias, Chico State Vanessa Williams, Cal Poly Pomona AVCA All-Pacific Region Honorable Mention Erica Brick, Chico State Meghan Haas, Cal State San Bernardino Antoinette Kathol, Cal Poly Pomona Sara Rice, Cal State San Bernardino Kristy Sather, Sonoma State Daktronics All-Pacific Region Player of the Year Jessica Granados, Cal State San Bernardino Daktronics All-Pacific Region First Team Rebecca Bailey, UC San Diego Sharea Drawn, Cal State San Bernardino Jessica Granados, Cal State San Bernardino Sara Hoffman, Cal State San Bernardino Daktronics All-Pacific Region Second Team Lindsay Macias, Chico State Antoinette Kathol, Cal Poly Pomona Amber Ries, UC San Diego Erica Brick, Chico State Taylor Manton, Sonoma State

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www.GoToros.com 2007 CCAA Statistics Final CCAA Individual Statistics hitting percentage Kills 1. Sharea Drawn, CSUSB 306 2. Sara Rice, CSUSB 190 3. Jessica Granados, CSUSB 463 4. Antoinette Kathol, CPP 233 5. Kaylee Aizenstadt, SSU 295 6. Kha Tara Steen, CSULA 179 7. Vanessa Williams, CPP 285 8. Danielle Wells, HSU 170 9. Rikki Buckshnis, SSU 152 10. Rebecca Bailey, UCSD 421 Kills per game g 1. Jessica Granados, CSUSB 98 2. Lindsay Macias, CSUC 103 3. Rebecca Bailey, UCSD 104 4. Kristy Sather, SSU 97 5. Gillian Heydorff, CUSC 95 6. Sophia Lopes, CSDH 99 7. Sharea Drawn, CSUSB 92 8. Bianca Gorospe, CSULA 91 9. Sylvia Schmidt, UCSD 99 10. D. Vander Schaaf, CSUS 108

e 68 46 152 77 97 70 97 60 45 152

pcT .409 .384 .294 .281 .280 .274 .272 .261 .259 .254

no. 463 436 421 373 340 343 306 294 310 336

Kpg 4.72 4.23 4.05 3.85 3.58 3.46 3.33 3.23 3.13 3.11

Assists per game g Sara Hoffman, CSUSB 94 Erica Brick, CSUC 84 Lindsay Brown, SSU 106 Liz Shannon, HSU 93 Keslie Brown, CSULA 99 Elaine Chen, UCSD 85 Kim Adams, UCSD 59 Jasmine Davis, CPP 11

Blocks no. 1253 1023 1140 971 948 786 509 607

Apg 13.33 12.18 10.75 10.44 9.58 9.25 8.63 7.88

service Aces per game g no. 1. Jenna Young, CPP 101 68 2. Sylvia Schmidt, UCSD 99 58 3. Kiting Kolar, CPP 72 42 4. Jessica Granados, CSUSB 98 54 5. Marianne Fox, SSU 99 53 6. Gillian Heydorff, CSUC 95 50 7. Amanda Vanover, SSU 68 35 8. Sara Hoffman, CSUSB 94 46 9. Abbey Ranzau, CSUC 64 30 10. Ashtin Hall, CSUSB 89 41

Apg 0.67 0.59 0.58 0.55 0.54 0.53 0.51 0.49 0.47 0.46

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

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

g Antoinette Kathol, CPP 102 Danielle Wells, HSU 95 Vanessa Williams, CPP 104 Brittany Harkey, CPP 78 Amy McMahon, CSULA 68 Rikki Buckshnis, SSU 87 Mallory Briney, HSU 88 Megan Loghry, CUSC 109 Caitlin Steffeck, CSUS 109 Sara Rice, CSUSB 90

Bs 21 27 12 4 8 9 9 15 17 13

BA 121 101 124 88 58 70 68 79 74 62

Bpg 1.39 1.35 1.31 1.18 0.97 0.91 0.88 0.86 0.83 0.83

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

Taylor Manton, SSU Kiting Kolar, CPP Meghan Haas, CSUSB Kelly Catherina, HSU Natalie Facchini, UCSD Lacy Stringfellow, CSUC Megan Briton, CSUS Melissa Nickas, CSUMB Brittany Etchings, CSUMB Jenise Espindola, CSDH

g no. 97 641 72 397 98 523 93 491 106 555 104 526 107 506 99 442 107 406 97 351

Dpg 6.61 5.51 5.34 5.28 5.24 5.06 4.73 4.46 3.79 3.62

Final CCAA Team Statistics hitting percentage g Kills 1. CS San Bernardino 98 1614 2. UC San Diego 106 1548 Cal Poly Pomona 104 1453 4. Chico State 109 1645 Sonoma State 106 1465 6. Cal State L.A. 101 1519 7. Humboldt State 96 1205 8. CS Monterey Bay 111 1385 9. CS Stanislaus 109 1250 10. CSUDH 102 1219

e 545 684 624 757 609 764 576 718 702 752

Kills per game g no. 1. CSU San Bernardino 98 1918 2. Chico State 109 1645 3. Cal State L.A. 101 1519 4. UC San Diego 106 1545 5. Cal Poly Pomona 104 1453 6. Sonoma State 106 1465 7. Humboldt State 96 1205 8. CS Monterey Bay 111 1385 9. CSUDH 102 1219 10. CS Stanislaus 109 1250

pct .287 .209 .209 .193 .193 .188 .167 .146 .134 .119

Kpg 16.51 15.09 15.04 14.58 13.97 13.82 12.55 12.48 11.95 11.47

Assists per game g no. 1. CS San Bernardino 98 1496 2. Chico State 109 1518 3. Cal State L.A. 101 1398 4. UC San Diego 106 1428 5. Cal Poly Pomona 104 1306 6. Sonoma State 106 1314 7. Humboldt State 96 1112 8. CS Monterey Bay 111 1250 9. CSUDH 102 1128 10. CS Stanislaus 109 1137 service Aces per game g no. 1. UC San Diego 106 308 2. CS San Bernardino 98 271 3. Cal Poly Pomona 104 259 4. Sonoma State 106 249 5. Chico State 109 254 6. CS Stanislaus 109 234 7. CSUDH 102 196 8. CS Monterey Bay 111 208 9. Humboldt State 96 166 10. Cal State L.A. 101 162

Apg 15.27 13.93 13.84 13.48 12.56 12.40 11.58 11.26 11.06 10.43

sApg 2.97 2.77 2.48 2.35 2.33 2.15 1.92 1.87 1.73 1.60

Blocks per game g Bs 1. Cal Poly Pomona 104 48 2. Humboldt State 96 56 3. CS San Bernardino 98 67 4. Cal State L.A. 101 38 5. Sonoma State 106 62 6. CS Stanislaus 109 46 7. CS Monterey Bay 111 64 8. UC San Diego 106 23 9. Chico State 109 49 10. CSUDH 102 28

BA 543 292 271 337 282 310 242 305 161 170

Digs per game g no. 1. Somona State 106 2030 2. CS Monterey Bay 111 2030 3. Humboldt State 96 1713 4. Chico State 109 1933 5. Cal Poly Pomona 104 1795 6. CS San Bernardino 98 1602 7. UC San Diego 106 1709 8. Cal State L.A. 101 1598 9. CSUDH 102 1611 10. CS Stanislaus 109 1626

Bpg 3.07 2.10 2.07 2.04 1.92 1.84 1.67 1.66 1.19 1.11

Dpg 19.18 18.29 17.84 17.73 17.26 16.35 16.12 15.85 15.79 14.92

All-Time CCAA Champioins Cal State Bakersfield .............10....... 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99

................................................. Cal State L.A. .........................3 .................................................99, 00, 05

Cal State Northridge ..............7..........................81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88

Cal Poly Pomona ....................3 ................................................. 81, 90, 05

Cal State San Bernardino ......5......................................01, 02, 03, 06, 07

UC San Diego .........................1 .............................................................. 04

UC Riverside ..........................4 ........................................... 81, 82, 88, 89

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Toros Volleyball ‘08 All-Time Toros Match Records BLOCK ASSISTS 1) ....9.........Keesha Aldridge ............. 10/22/04 ........9.........Keesha Aldridge ............. 10/20/04 ........9.........Keesha Aldridge ..............11/15/03 ........9.........Tanya Pintabona................. 9/1/00 5) ....8.........Randi Johnson ................... 9/9/06 ........8.........Timary More ..................... 9/24/05 ........8.........Keesha Aldridge ............. 10/16/04 ........8.........Vivian Maxie ..................... 8/27/04 ........8.........Keri Wohlford .................... 9/15/00 ........8.........Paige Esquivel...................... 1999 SET ASSISTS 1) ....71.......Melissa Yeto ......................... 1991 2) ....70.......Melissa Yeto ......................... 1991 3) ....68.......Melissa Yeto ......................... 1991 ........68.......Paige Esquivel.................. 8/25/00 5) ....67.......Shirley Tse ............................ 1995 ........67.......Paige Esquivel...................... 1999

Je’nelle Roush set a single-season standard for attack attempts in a match with 82 during the 1999 season. (ALL SEASONS) KILLS 1) ....32.......Heather Perini ...................... 1992 2) ....28.......Veronica Diaz ................... 9/15/00 3) ....27.......Arreana Peoples............... 9/29/06 4) ....26.......Veronica Diaz ....................... 1999 ........26.......Heather Perini ...................... 1992 ........26.......Gale Derricott ....................... 1991 ........26.......Gale Derricott ................... 9/22/90

TEAM MATCH RECORDS Kills ................(87) 9/29/06 vs. Humboldt State HItting %. .. (.487) 9/10/87 vs. Wisconsin-Stout Assists ...........(78) 9/29/06 vs. Humboldt State Aces......... (25) 10/19/01 vs. San Francisco St. Digs ....................(140) 10/19/95 vs. Chapman Solo Blocks ......... (16) 9/4/91 vs. Azusa Pacific Block Assists.. (34) 10/22/04 vs. Cal State L.A.

SERVICE ACES 1) ....9.........Lauren Wells .................... 9/21/07 ........9.........Vivian Maxie ....................... 9/4/04 ........9.........Je’nelle Roush ...................... 1998 ........9.........Nicole Ryan ........................ 9/9/94 5) ....7.........11 Tied with .................................. DIGS 1) ....44.......Stephanie Nikolic.................. 1996 2) ....42.......Jennifer Scott ....................... 1996 3) ....39.......Houri Garabed ...................... 1987 4) ....36.......Stephanie Nikolic.................. 1995 5) ....35.......Circe Thompson ................... 1996 SOLO BLOCKS 1) ....5.........Keesha Aldridge ............. 10/17/03 ........5.........Iyesha Sands........................ 1994 ........5.........Evonne Caouette.................. 1993 ........5.........Evonne Caouette.................. 1993 ........5.........Evonne Caouette.................. 1993 ........5.........Julie Martinovich................... 1992 ........5.........Evonne Caouette.................. 1992 ........5.........Evonne Caouette.................. 1991

DIGS 1) ....44.......Stephanie Nikolic.................. 1996 2) ....42.......Jennifer Scott ....................... 1996 3) ....39.......Houri Garabed ...................... 1987 4) ....36.......Stephanie Nikolic.................. 1995 5) ....35.......Cire Thompson ..................... 1996 SOLO BLOCKS 1) ....5.........Iyesha Sands........................ 1994 ........5.........Evonne Caouette.................. 1993 ........5.........Evonne Caouette.................. 1993 ........5.........Evonne Caouette.................. 1993 ........5.........Julie Martinovich................... 1992 ........5.........Evonne Caouette.................. 1992 ........5.........Evonne Caouette.................. 1991 BLOCK ASSISTS 1) ....9.........Tanya Pintabona................. 9/1/00 2) ....8.........Keri Wohlford .................... 9/15/00 ........8.........Paige Esquivel...................... 1999 3) ....7.........7 Tied with .................................... SET ASSISTS 1) ....71.......Melissa Yeto ......................... 1991 2) ....70.......Melissa Yeto ......................... 1991 3) ....68.......Melissa Yeto ......................... 1991 ........68.......Paige Esquivel................ 8/255/00 5) ....67.......Shirley Tse ............................ 1995 ........67.......Paige Esquivel...................... 1999 TEAM MATCH RECORDS Kills ..................(84) 11/6/92 vs. UC San Diego HItting %. .. (.487) 9/10/87 vs. Wisconsin-Stout Assists ................... (77) 8/31/91 vs. Westmont Aces........ (19) 10/3/89 vs. CS San Bernardino Digs ....................(140) 10/19/95 vs. Chapman Solo Blocks ......... (16) 9/4/91 vs. Azusa Pacific Block Assists..... (28) 9/25/99 vs. UC Riverside

TOTAL ATTACKS 1) ....82.......Je’nelle Roush ...................... 1999 2) ....75.......Courtney Spainhour ......... 9/24/05 3) ....69.......Veronica Diaz ................... 9/15/00 ........69.......Tiffany Hattori ....................... 1995 5) ....68.......Stephanie Nikolic.................. 1996 HITTING PERCENTAGE (MIN 15 TA) 1) ....778.....Timary More ..................... 8/23/06 2) ....733.....Tiare Alailima .................... 9/24/04 3) ....688.....Chrissie Mattera ................... 1987 4) ....650.....Evonne Caouette.................. 1991 5) ....647.....Vivian Maxie ....................... 9/3/04

SERVICE ACES 1) ....9.........Je’nelle Roush ...................... 1998 ........9.........Nicole Ryan ........................ 9/9/94 3) ....7.........6 Tied with ....................................

(RALLY SCORING - 2001 TO PRESENT)

Jenise Espindola’s 31 digs performance placed her atop the modern record for digs in match while being the first Toro to eclipse the 30 dig mark since 1997. (SIDEOUT SCORING - PRIOR TO 2001) KILLS 1) ....32.......Heather Perini ...................... 1992 2) ....28.......Veronica Diaz ................... 9/15/00 3) ....26.......Veronica Diaz ....................... 1999 ........26.......Heather Perini ...................... 1992 ........26.......Gale Derricott ....................... 1991 ........26.......Gale Derricott ................... 9/22/90 TOTAL ATTACKS 1) ....82.......Je’nelle Roush ...................... 1999 2) ....69.......Veronica Diaz ................... 9/15/00 ........69.......Tiffany Hattori ....................... 1995 4) ....68.......Stephanie Nikolic.................. 1996 5) ....67.......Circe Thompson ................... 1997 ........67.......Tiffany Hattori ....................... 1995 ........67.......Angela Duckworth ................ 1991 HITTING PERCENTAGE (MIN 15 TA) 1) ....688.....Chrissie Mattera ................... 1987 2) ....650.....Evonne Caouette.................. 1991 3) ....625.....Iyesha Sands........................ 1994 4) ....611 .....Maria Romero....................... 1987 5) ....600.....Melanie Rea ......................... 1992

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KILLS 1) ....27.......Arreana Peoples............... 9/29/06 2) ....24.......Sophia Lopes ................. 10/19/07 ........24.......Lauren Wells .................... 9/21/07 4) ....22.......Sophia Lopes ................. 10/26/07 ........22.......Lauren Wells .................... 8/24/07 ........22.......Tiare Alailima .................... 9/18/04 TOTAL ATTACKS 1) ....75.......Courtney Spainhour ......... 9/24/05 2) ....66.......Sophia Lopes ................... 9/21/07 3) ....63.......Lauren Wells .................... 8/24/07 4) ....60.......Sophia Lopes ................... 10/6/07 ........60.......Tiare Alailima .................... 9/18/04 HITTING PERCENTAGE (MIN 15 TA) 1) ....778.....Timary More ..................... 8/23/06 2) ....733.....Tiare Alailima .................... 9/24/04 3) ....647.....Vivian Maxie ................... 10/29/04 4) ....619.....Vivian Maxie ....................... 9/3/04 5) ....591.....Keesha Aldridge ............... 10/1/04 SERVICE ACES 1) ....9.........Lauren Wells .................... 9/21/07 ........9.........Vivian Maxie ....................... 9/4/04 3) ....7.........Jenise Espindola ................ 9/1/07 ........7.........Maria Miranda .................. 8/26/06 ........7.........Kayleigh Spratt ................... 9/9/05 ........7.........Amber Chauff ................. 10/28/05 ........7.........Vivian Maxie ..................... 8/27/04

Vivian Maxie left her legacy on many Toro records, including service aces, hitting percentage, and blocks in a match, season, and career. DIGS 1) ....31.......Jenise Espindola .............. 10/9/07 2) ....28.......Sylvia Bonilla .................... 9/24/05 3) ....27.......Courtney Spainhour ..........11/3/06 4) ....26.......Jenise Espindola ............ 10/19/07 ........26.......Courtney Spainhour ........... 9/7/05 SOLO BLOCKS 1) ....5.........Keesha Aldridge ............. 10/17/03 2) ....4.........Penina Suddeth ................ 9/23/06 ........4.........Keesha Aldridge ............. 10/31/03 ........4.........Keesha Aldridge ............... 10/8/03 5) ....3.........Travette Pettigrew .......... 10/19/07 ........3.........Timary More ..................... 10/8/05 ........3.........Keesha Aldridge ...............5 Times ........3.........Vivian Maxie .....................5 Times BLOCK ASSISTS 1) ....9.........Keesha Aldridge ............. 10/22/04 ........9.........Keesha Aldridge ............. 10/20/04 ........9.........Keesha Aldridge ..............11/15/03 3) ....8.........Randi Johnson ................... 9/9/06 ........8.........Timary More ..................... 9/24/05 ........8.........Vivian Maxie ................... 10/22/04 ........8.........Keesha Aldridge ............. 10/16/04 ........8.........Vivian Maxie ..................... 8/27/04 SET ASSISTS 1) ....60.......Kayleigh Spratt ................. 9/24/05 2) ....56.......Kayleigh Spratt ................. 8/28/05 3) ....54.......Ashley Sutherland .......... 10/20/04 ........54.......Ricki Sweatt........................ 9/1/03 5) ....53.......Kayleigh Spratt ............... 10/29/05 POINTS (Kills + Blocks + Aces) 1) ....33.0....Lauren Wells .................... 9/21/07 2) ....30.5....Arreana Peoples............... 9/29/06 3) ....26.0....Sophia Lopes ................. 10/19/07 4) ....25.0....Lauren Wells .................... 8/24/07 5) ....24.5....Courtney Spainhour ......... 9/24/05 ........24.5....Vivian Maxie ................... 10/25/03 TEAM MATCH RECORDS Kills ................(87) 9/29/06 vs. Humboldt State HItting %. ......(.424) 9/4/04 cs. Humboldt State Assists ...........(78) 9/29/06 vs. Humboldt State Aces......... (25) 10/19/01 vs. San Francisco St. Digs ....... (103) 10/19/07 vs. CS Monterey Bay Solo Blocks ... (7) 10/17/03 vs. San Fran. State Block Assists.. (34) 10/22/04 vs. Cal State L.A.

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www.GoToros.com All-Time Toros Season Records TOTAL BLOCKS 1) ......114 ........... Keesha Aldridge ........... 2003 2) ......113 ........... Iyesha Sands ............... 1994 3) ......112 ........... Keesha Aldridge ........... 2004 4) ......109 .......... Vivian Maxie................. 2004 5) ......100 .......... Carol Hamilton ............. 2004 SET ASSISTS 1) ......1,393 ....... Paige Esquivel ............. 1999 2) ......1,358 ....... Melissa Yeto ................. 1991 3) ......1,121 ....... Kim Merritt.................... 1998 4) ......1,100 ....... Shirley Tse ................... 1995 5) ......1,035 ....... Melissa Yeto ................. 1992 TEAM SEASON RECORDS Kills ...............................1,675 .................1999 Hitting % .......................219 ....................2004 Set Assists ....................1,504 .................1999 Service Aces .................353 ....................1986 Digs ..............................2,315 .................1991 Solo Blocks ...................130 ....................1992 Block Assists.................365 ....................2004 Evonne Caouette posted high season Total Blocks ..................243.5 .................2004 and career hitting percentages, making her Wins..............................18 ..........1978, 83, 91 one of the most consistent hitters in Toros Wins (CCAA) ................8 ........................1999 volleyball history. Losses ..........................33 ......................1983 Losses (CCAA) .............21 ......................2001 (ALL SEASONS) Consecutive Wins .........6 ........................1982 Consecutive Losses .....26 ......................1996 KILLS 1) ......451 .......... Gale Dericott ................ 1991 2) ......441 .......... Je’nelle Roush ............. 1999 3) ......411 ........... Heather Perini .............. 1992 4) ......377 .......... Tiffany Hattori............... 1995 5) ......361 .......... Veronica Diaz ............... 2000

SERVICE ACES 1) ......58 ............ Je’nelle Roush ............. 1998 2) ......54 ............ Veronica Diaz ............... 2000 ..........54 ............ Melissa Yeto ................. 1991 4) ......53 ............ Maria Romero .............. 1986 5) ......52 ............ Stephanie Nikolic ......... 1996 DIGS 1) ......465 .......... Gale Derricott ............... 1991 2) ......437 .......... Je’nelle Roush ............. 1999 3) ......426 .......... Circe Thompson........... 1997 4) ......425 .......... Alicia Zamparelli........... 1997 ..........382 .......... Stephanie Nikolic ......... 1996 SOLO BLOCKS 1) ......58 ............ Evonne Caouette ......... 1992 2) ......54 ............ Evonne Caouette ......... 1993 3) ......38 ............ Evonne Caouette ......... 1991 4) ......37 ............ Iyesha Sands ............... 1994 5) ......33 ............ Keri Wohlford ............... 1998 ..........33 ............ Julie Martinovich .......... 1992 BLOCK ASSISTS 1) ......85 ............ A. Skarra-Gallagher ..... 1999 2) ......76 ............ Iyesha Sands ............... 1994 3) ......63 ............ Keri Wohlford ............... 2000 4) ......62 ............ A. Skarra-Gallagher ..... 1998 5) ......58 ............ Laurel Tracy ................. 1995 TOTAL BLOCKS 1) ......113 ........... Iyesha Sands ............... 1994 2) ......99 ............ A. Skarra-Gallagher ..... 1999 3) ......98 ............ Evonne Caouette ......... 1993 4) ......85 ............ Evonne Caouette ......... 1992 5) ......84 ............ Laurel Tracy ................. 1995

TOTAL ATTACKS 1) ......1,385 ....... Je’nelle Roush ............. 1999 2) ......1,197 ....... Veronica Diaz ............... 2000 3) ......1,191 ....... Gale Derricott ............... 1991 4) ......1,160 ....... Heather Perini .............. 1992 5) ......1,081 ....... Tiffany Hattori............... 1995

SET ASSISTS 1) ......1,393 ....... Paige Esquivel ............. 1999 2) ......1,358 ....... Melissa Yeto ................. 1991 3) ......1,121 ....... Kim Merritt.................... 1998 4) ......1,100 ....... Shirley Tse ................... 1995 5) ......1,035 ....... Melissa Yeto ................. 1992

HITTING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 220 TA) 1) ......351 .......... Vivian Maxie................. 2004 2) ......313 .......... Keesha Aldridge ........... 2004 3) ......303 .......... Evonne Caouette ......... 1992 4) ......287 .......... Timary More ................. 2005 5) ......241 .......... Evonne Caouette ......... 1991

TEAM SEASON RECORDS Kills .................... 1,675 ............................ 1999 Hitting % ............ .186 .............................. 1999 Set Assists ......... 1,504 ............................ 1999 Service Aces ...... 353 ............................... 1986 Digs ................... 2,315 ............................ 1991 Solo Blocks ........ 130 ............................... 1992 Block Assists...... 347 ............................... 1999 Total Blocks ....... 216.5 ............................ 1999

SERVICE ACES 1) ......58 ............ Je’nelle Roush ............. 1998 2) ......54 ............ Vivian Maxie................. 2004 ..........54 ............ Veronica Diaz ............... 2000 ..........54 ............ Melissa Yeto ................. 1991 5) ......53 ............ Maria Romero .............. 1986 DIGS 1) ......465 .......... Gale Derricott ............... 1991 2) ......437 .......... Je’nelle Roush ............. 1999 3) ......426 .......... Circe Thompson........... 1997 4) ......425 .......... Alicia Zamparelli........... 1997 5) ......382 .......... Maria Miranda .............. 2006 ..........382 .......... Stephanie Nikolic ......... 1996

Paige Esquivel dished out 1,293 assists in 1999 to top the Toros’ record books, and sits 3rd all-time with 2,205 career assists. (SIDEOUT SCORING - PRIOR TO 2001) KILLS 1) ......451 .......... Gale Dericott ................ 1991 2) ......441 .......... Je’nelle Roush ............. 1999 3) ......411 ........... Heather Perini .............. 1992 4) ......377 .......... Tiffany Hattori............... 1995 5) ......361 .......... Veronica Diaz ............... 2000

SOLO BLOCKS 1) ......58 ............ Evonne Caouette ......... 1992 2) ......54 ............ Evonne Caouette ......... 1993 3) ......38 ............ Evonne Caouette ......... 1991 4) ......37 ............ Iyesha Sands ............... 1994 5) ......33 ............ Keri Wohlford ............... 1998 ..........33 ............ Julie Martinovich .......... 1992

TOTAL ATTACKS 1) ......1,385 ....... Je’nelle Roush ............. 1999 2) ......1,197 ....... Veronica Diaz ............... 2000 3) ......1,191 ....... Gale Derricott ............... 1991 4) ......1,160 ....... Heather Perini .............. 1992 5) ......1,081 ....... Tiffany Hattori............... 1995

BLOCK ASSISTS 1) ......95 ............ Carol Hamilton ............. 2004 2) ......87 ............ Keesha Aldridge ........... 2004 ..........87 ............ Vivian Maxie................. 2004 4) ......85 ............ A. Skarra-Gallagher ..... 1999 5) ......84 ............ Keesha Aldridge ........... 2003

HITTING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 220 TA) 1) ......303 .......... Evonne Caouette ......... 1992 2) ......241 .......... Evonne Caouette ......... 1991 3) ......240 .......... Vera Metzger................ 1999 ..........240 .......... Tiffany Hattori............... 1995 5) ......234 .......... A. Skarra-Gallagher ..... 1999

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Carol Hamilton established the singleseason marks for block assists (95) and points (388.5) in 2004. SERVICE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 285 ATT) 1) .......965 ......... Tiffany Bull ................... 2006 2) .......956 ......... Timary More ................. 2005 3) .......953 ......... Jenise Espindola .......... 2007 4) .......940 ......... Courtney Spainhour ..... 2005 5) .......935 ......... Vivian Maxie................. 2004 DIGS 1) ......382 .......... Maria Miranda .............. 2006 2) ......364 .......... Kelly Jameson.............. 2003 3) ......351 .......... Jenise Espindola .......... 2007 4) ......340 .......... Courntey Spainhour ..... 2005 5) ......332 .......... Sophia Lopes ............... 2007 ..........332 .......... Sylvia Bonilla................ 2005 SOLO BLOCKS 1) ......31 ............ Keesha Aldridge ........... 2002 2) ......30 ............ Keesha Aldridge ........... 2001 3) ......25 ............ Keesha Aldridge ........... 2004 4) ......22 ............ Vivian Maxie................. 2004 5) ......16 ............ Vivian Maxie................. 2003

(RALLY SCORING - 2001 TO PRESENT)

BLOCK ASSISTS 1) ......95 ............ Carol Hamilton ............. 2004 2) ......87 ............ Keesha Aldridge ........... 2004 ..........87 ............ Vivian Maxie................. 2004 4) ......84 ............ Keesha Aldridge ........... 2003 5) ......78 ............ Keesha Aldridge ........... 2001

KILLS 1) ......343 .......... Sophia Lopes ............... 2007 2) ......304 .......... Courtney Spainhour ..... 2005 ..........304 .......... Carol Hamilton ............. 2004 4) ......267 .......... Vivian Maxie................. 2004 5) ......258 .......... Keesha Aldridge ........... 2004

TOTAL BLOCKS 1) ......114 ........... Keesha Aldridge ........... 2003 2) ......112 ........... Keesha Aldridge ........... 2004 3) ......109 .......... Vivian Maxie................. 2004 4) ......100 .......... Carol Hamilton ............. 2004 5) ......97 ............ Keesha Aldridge ........... 2002

TOTAL ATTACKS 1) ......1,041 ....... Sophia Lopes ............... 2007 2) ......1,031 ....... Courtney Spainhour ..... 2005 3) ......795 .......... Carol Hamilton ............. 2004 4) ......790 .......... Michelle Clary .............. 2002 5) ......729 .......... Veronica Diaz ............... 2001

SET ASSISTS 1) ......1,010 ....... Ashley Sutherland ........ 2004 2) ......754 .......... Staci Dietz .................... 2002 3) ......613 .......... Kayleigh Spratt............. 2007 4) ......576 .......... Tiffany Bull ................... 2006 5) ......516 .......... Ashey Sutherland......... 2003

HITTING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 220 TA) 1) ......351 .......... Vivian Maxie................. 2004 2) ......313 .......... Keesha Aldridge ........... 2004 3) ......287 .......... Timary More ................. 2005 4) ......235 .......... Vivian Maxie................. 2003 5) ......231 .......... Keesha Aldridge ........... 2003

POINTS (Kills + Blocks + Aces) 1) ......388.5 ....... Carol Hamilton ............. 2004 2) ......386.5 ....... Vivian Maxie................. 2004 3) ......380.0 ....... Sophia Lopes ............... 2007 4) ......347.5 ....... Vivian Maxie................. 2003 5) ......342.5 ....... Courtney Spainhour ..... 2005

SERVICE ACES 1) ......54 ............ Vivian Maxie................. 2004 2) ......51 ............ Vivian Maxie................. 2003 3) ......41 ............ Veronica Diaz ............... 2001 4) ......38 ............ Lauren Wells ................ 2007 5) ......34 ............ Christine Tran............... 2003

TEAM SEASON RECORDS Kills .................... 1,438 ............................ 2004 Hitting % ............ 219 ............................... 2004 Set Assists ......... 1,225 ............................ 2004 Service Aces ...... 196 ...................... 2004/2007 Digs ................... 1,611 ............................ 2007 Solo Blocks ........ 61 ................................. 2004 Block Assists...... 365 ............................... 2004 Total Blocks ....... 243.5 ............................ 2004

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DIGS 1) ......1,090 ....... Veronica Diaz ..................1998-01 2) ......1,060 ....... Stephanie Nikolic ............1993-96 3) ......1,028 ....... Melanie Rea ....................1992-95 4) ......916 .......... Sylvia Bonilla...................2002-05 5) ......866 .......... Angela Duckworth ...........1989-93 6) ......787 .......... Lee Sterling .....................1994-98 7) ......782 .......... Kim Merritt.......................1997-00 8) ......705 .......... Alicia Zamparelli.............1995, 97 9) ......703 .......... Lisa Purcell .....................1993-96 10) ....695 .......... Je’nelle Roush ................1998-99 POINTS (Kills + Blocks + Aces) 1) ......1,238.0 .... Veronica Diaz ..................1998-07 2) ......1,230.0 .... Melanie Rea ....................1992-95 3) ......1,105.0 .... Evonne Cauette ..............1990-93 4) ......1,093.5 .... Keesha Aldridge ..............2001-04 5) ......1,006.5 .... Vivian Maxie....................2002-04 6) ......986.5 ....... Keri Wohlford ..................1998-07 Veronica Diaz, CSUDH’s all-time record holder in 7) ......854.0 ....... Stephanie Nikolic ............1993-96 attacks and service aces, appears on four CSUDH 8) ......835.0 ....... Lee Sterling .....................1994-98 career charts, three CSUDH season charts, and 9) ......794.0 ....... Gale Derricott ..................1990-91 two CSUDH match charts. 10) ....773.5 ....... Heather Perini .................1991-92

SERVICE ACES 1) ......154 .......... Veronica Diaz ..................1998-01 2) ......145 .......... Kim Merritt.......................1997-00 ..........145 .......... Stephanie Nikolic ............1993-96 4) ......134 .......... Vivian Maxie....................2002-04 ..........134 .......... Maria Romero .................1986-89 6) ......122 .......... Lee Sterling .....................1994-98 7) ......102 .......... Melissa Yeto ....................1991-92 8) .....98 ............ Melanie Rea ....................1992-96 9) ......96 ............ Je’nelle Roush ................1998-99 10) ....81 ............ Nicole Ryan.....................1993-94

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HITTING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 750 AT) 1) ......265 .......... Vivian Maxie....................2002-04 2) ......247 .......... Timary More ....................2005-06 3) ......243 .......... Evonne Caouette ............1990-93 4) ......240 .......... Tiffany Hattori.......................1995 5) ......238 .......... Keesha Aldridge ..............2001-04 6) ......222 .......... A. Skarra-Gallagher ........1998-99 7) ......212 .......... Iyesha Sands ..................1993-94 8) ......205 .......... Sylvia Skalecky ...............1996-97 9) ......203 .......... Gale Dericott ...................1990-92 10) ....173 .......... Keri Wohlford ..................1998-01

TOTAL BLOCKS 1) ......416 .......... Keesha Aldridge ..............2001-04 2) ......289 .......... Keri Wohlford ..................1998-01 3) ......258 .......... Vivian Maxie....................2002-04 4) ......250 .......... Evonne Caouette ............1990-03 5) ......207 .......... Lee Sterling .....................1994-98 6) ......202 .......... Vera Metzger...................1999-02 7) ......178 .......... A. Sakrra-Gallagher ........1998-99 8) ......164 .......... Iyesha Sands ..................1993-94 9) ......138 .......... Sylvia Skalecky ...............1996-97 10) ....137 .......... Nicole Hoffman ...............2005-06 ..........137 .......... Carol Hamilton ................2001-04

Sands

TOTAL ATTACKS 1) ......3,360 ....... Veronica Diaz ..................1998-01 2) ......3,281 ....... Melanie Rea ....................1992-95 3) ......2,502 ....... Stephanie Nikolic ............1993-96 4) ......2,215 ....... Angela Duckworth ...........1989-93 5) ......2,196 ....... Keesha Aldridge ..............2001-04 6) ......2,169 ....... Evonne Caouette ............1990-93 7) ......1,982 ....... Keri Wohlford ..................1998-01 8) ......1,949 ....... Lee Sterling .....................1994-98 9) ......1,914 ....... Heather Perini .................1991-92 10) ....1,846 ....... Circe Thompson..............1996-97

Keesha Aldridge sits atop two of three CSUDH career blocking records, having earned 2ndTeam All-CCAA honors in her senior season.

Hattori

SOLO BLOCKS 1) ......154 .......... Evonne Caouette ............1990-93 2) ......101 .......... Keesha Aldridge ..............2001-04 3) ......64 ............ Keri Wohlford ..................1998-01 ..........64 ............ Iyesha Sands ..................1993-94 5) ......55 ............ Julie Berthiaume .............1989-90 6) ......53 ............ Vivian Maxie....................2002-04 7) ......44 ............ Julie Martinovich ............1989- 92 8) ......40 ............ Melanie Rea ....................1992-95 9) ......37 ............ Lourdes Estrada..............1989-91 Kim Merritt holds the all-time CSUDH set assists 10) ....31 ............ A. Skarra-Gallagher ........1998-99 record with 2,498 and also appears twice on the season record charts for dishing out assists in BLOCK ASSISTS 1997 and 1998. 1) ......315 .......... Keesha Aldridge ..............2001-04 KILLS 2) ......225 .......... Keri Wohlford ..................1998-01 1) ......1,046 ....... Melanie Rea ....................1992-95 3) ......205 .......... Vivian Maxie....................2002-04 2) ......1,039 ....... Veronica Diaz ..................1998-01 4) ......184 .......... Lee Sterling .....................1994-98 3) ......837 .......... Evonne Caouette ............1990-93 5) ......183 .......... Vera Metzger...................1999-02 4) ......817 .......... Keesha Aldridge ..............2001-04 6) ......147 .......... A. Skarra-Gallagher ........1998-99 5) ......765 .......... Keri Wohlford ..................1998-01 7) ......125 .......... Carol Hamilton ................2001-04 6) ......717 .......... Vivian Maxie....................2002-04 8) ......122 .......... Nicole Hoffman ...............2005-06 7) ......708 .......... Gale Derricott ..................1990-91 9) ......110 ........... Sylvia Skalecky ...............1996-97 8) ......675 .......... Stephanie Nikolic ............1993-96 10) ....100 .......... Iyesha Sands ..................1993-94 9) ......667 .......... Heather Perini .................1991-92 10) ....643 .......... Angela Duckworth ...........1989-93

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SET ASSISTS 1) ......2,498 ....... Kim Merritt.......................1997-00 2) ......2,393 ....... Melissa Yeto ....................1991-92 3) ......2,205 ....... Paige Esquivel ................1999-00 4) ......2,000 ....... Shirley Tse ......................1995-96 5) ......1,808 ....... Ashley Sutherland ...........2001-04 6) ......1,641 ....... Kayleigh Spratt................2003-07 7) ......972 .......... Tiffany Bull ......................2006-07 8) ......869 .......... Nicole Ryan.....................1993-94 9) ......792 .......... Marisa Foasberg ..................1993 10) ....755 ......... Jeanna Price ........................1990

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All-Time Record vs. Opponents Academy of Art at sf 0-0 Air Force 0-2 Alaska Anchorage 2-5 Alaska Fairbanks 0-5 Alliant Int’l (USIU) 1-6 Arizona State 0-1 Armstrong Atlantic St. 1-0 Azusa Pacific 5-5-1 Byu-hawaii 0-1 Bentley College 2-1 Biola 5-30 Briar Cliff 0-1 Connecticut-Bridgeport 1-0 Bryant University 1-0 Byu-hawai’i 0-0 Cal Baptist 3-4 Cal Lutheran 8-9 cal poly pomona 8-53 CS Bakersfield 8-47 CS Hayward 4-5 cal state L.A. 14-47 cs monterey Bay 3-5 CS Northridge 0-20 cs san Bernardino 6-35 cs stanislaus 17-11 Cameron 0-1 Cardinal Stritch 1-0 Carroll College 1-0 Central Missouri State 0-1 central Washington 0-0 Chaminade Hawaii 2-3 Chapman University 6-29 chico state 8-21 Christian Heritage 2-1 Claremont 2-0

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0-1 0-1 0-1 5-2 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-1 2-5 0-1 1-0 3-25 0-1 0-4 0-4 1-0 3-9 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 3-1 0-1 1-6 0-0 1-0

Mesa State 1-0 Metro State 0-3 Michigan Tech 0-1 Midwestern State 1-0 Minn. State-Mankato 0-1 Minnesota-Morris 2-0 Montana State Billings 1-1 Montana Tech 1-0 Mt. Marty 1-0 Nevada-Reno 1-0 New Mexico State 0-1 North Dakota State 0-2 Northern Arizona 0-2 Northern Colorado 1-2 Northern Illinois 0-1 Northern Michigan 0-1 Northwood University 0-1 notre D. de namur 1-0 Occidental 1-2 Oregon State 0-2 Oregon Tech 1-0 Pepperdine University 0-1 Portland State 0-3-1 Principia 1-0 Pt. Loma Nazarene 6-3 Puget Sound 0-0-1 Redlands 6-1 Regis University (Co) 1-2 Sacramento State 0-8 san francisco st. 12-10 Univ. of San Francisco 1-1 San Jose St 0-1 Seattle Pacific 0-5-1 Seattle University 0-4 Shippensburg 1-0

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Colorado Christian Colorado Mines Colorado State Concordia (CA) Concordia (N.Y.) Concordia (Neb.) Concordia (Ore.) Concordia-Austin Denver Eastern N.M. Elizabethtown Elmhurst Embry-Riddle Ferris State University of Findlay Florida Southern Fort Lewis Fresno Pacific Fresno State Gannon University grand canyon Hawai’i Hawai’i-Hilo Hawai’i-Pacific Hope International humboldt state Idaho Juniata La Verne Lake Superior State Lewis & Clark Lockhaven Loyola Marymount Lynn university Merrimack College

Overall conference conference record record 1976 Nancy Fortner 5-9 PCAC 1-5 1977 No Records Available 1978 Nancy Fortner 16-4 PCAC 5-1 1979 Nancy Fortner 14-16-1 PCAC 2-6 1980 No Records Available 1981 Beth Baras 9-13 CCAA 3-9 1982 Connie LaBuhn 14-20 CCAA 4-8 1983 Connie LaBuhn 19-33 CCAA 3-9 1984 Connie LaBuhn 15-14 CCAA 1-11 1985 Connie LaBuhn 7-19 CCAA 2-10 1986 Jennifer Gorecki 13-19-1 CCAA 5-7 1987 Jennifer Gorecki 6-29-2 CCAA 1-11 1988 Jennifer Gorecki 6-33 CCAA 0-12 1989 Nancy Fortner 7-22 CCAA 1-12 1990 Nancy Fortner 7-21 CCAA 2-8 1991 Nancy Fortner 18-20 CCAA 4-8 1992 Nancy Fortner 8-28 CCAA 1-11 1993 Nancy Fortner 8-25 CCAA 0-10 1994 Nancy Fortner 5-31 CCAA 0-12 1995 Julie Sandoval 11-21 CCAA 1-11 1996 Julie Sandoval 1-27 CCAA 0-12 1997 Henry Chen 8-21 CCAA 0-12 1998 Henry Chen 8-26 CCAA 6-16 1999 Henry Chen 16-16 CCAA 8-14 2000 Henry Chen 6-26 CCAA 4-18 2001 Ali Wood 2-26 CCAA 2-20 2002 Ali Wood 2-28 CCAA 1-21 2003 Ali Wood 4-25 CCAA 4-18 2004 Ali Wood 14-14 CCAA 6-12 2005 Ali Wood 6-20 CCAA 2-16 2006 Randy Cline 8-18 CCAA 5-15 2007 Scott Davenport 2-27 CCAA 1-17 (30 years) Totals 265-651-1 (.288)

Simon Fraser 1-0 sonoma state 9-24 Southern Colorado 1-0 Southern Oregon 1-0 Southern Utah 2-0 Southwest Minn. State 0-1 St. Martin’s 2-0 St. Mary’s 0-3 Texas A&M-Commerce 0-1 The Master’s College 9-5 Truman 0-2 UC Davis 4-18 UC Irvine 0-1 UC Riverside 1-39 uc san Diego 1-33-1 UNLV 2-0 USC 0-1 University of San Diego 0-2 University of Arizona 0-1 University of Tampa 0-1 Utah 0-1 Utah State 0-1 Vanguard 4-4 West Texas St 0-2 Western Montana 1-0 Western New Mexico 2-1 Western Oregon 0-3 Western Washington 0-3 Westmont College 7-13 Whittier 5-0 Whitworth 2-0 Wisconsin-Stout 1-0 Bold indicates 2008 opponent

Honor Roll 2004: Keesha Aldridge - sr. - mB (2nd-Team All-CCAA) 2004: vivian maxie - sr. - mB (2nd-Team All-CCAA) 1999: paige esquivel - fr. - s (2nd-Team All-CCAA) 1999: Je’nelle roush - sr. - Oh (2nd-Team All-CCAA) 1996: stephanie nikolic - sr. - Oh (Honorable Mention All-CCAA) 1991: melissa yeto- Jr. - s (2nd-Team All-CCAA) 1990: Angela Duckworth - so. - Oh (Honorable Mention All-CCAA) 1988: Karen sutherland - Jr. - s/Oh (Honorable Mention All-CCAA) 1986: samaria niu - sr. - Oh (2nd-Team All-CCAA) 1985: maureen Bond - sr. - Oh (Honorable Mention All-CCAA) 1985: Darlene Bratcher - so. - mB (Honorable Mention All-CCAA) 1984: samaria niu - so. - Oh (1st-Team All-CCAA)

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-RRea, Melanie ................92-95 Reed, Beverly .............. 85-86 Rocha, Claudia .................. 93 Romero, Maria ............ 86-89 Roush, Je’nelle ............ 98-99 Ryan, Nicole .................93-94 -SSalzman, Anne ............ 89-90 Sands, Iyesha .................... 93 Santillan, Jennifer ...... 99-00 Scholten, Penny ................00 Scott, Jennifer................... 96 Scott, Maisha ...............96-97 Shibata, Radean ................ 79 Skalecky, Sylvia............96-97 Skarra-Gallagher, A .... 98-99 Sosa, Kristin ................ 04-05 Spainhour, Courtney .. 05-06 Sparks, Shannon ............... 92 Sparks, Stephanie ........92-95 Spratt, Kayleigh .......... 04-07 Stanovich, Fran................. 79 Sterling, Lee ................ 94-98 Stewart, Cortney ............... 01 Stoneberg, Deana.............. 92 Suddeth, Penina................ 06 Sutherland, Ashley ......01-04 Sutherland, Karen .......87-89 Sweatt, Ricki ............... 02-03 -TTamai, Sunsue .................. 97 Thill, Erica ........................ 92 Thompson, Circe..........96-97 Thompson, Taylor ............ 07 Torres, Lea ........................ 01 Tracy, Laurel ..................... 95 Tran, Christine ............ 03-04 Tse, Shirley ..................95-96 Tunicuff, Annie ................. 87 -UUdell, April.................. 02-03 -VValenzuela, Mayra ...... 02-03 velasco, melissa ........ 07-WWall, Dana ........................ 82 Watts, Erikka .................... 06 Wells, Lauren .................... 07 Williams, Caitlin ......... 06-07 Williams, Deidre ............... 79 Willingham, Mary ............. 79 Winkelspecht, Jen .......93-95 Wohlford, Keri ............ 98-02 Wright, Rena..................... 86 Wright, Taffy ................85-87 -XYeto, Melissa ................ 91-92 -ZZamparelli, Alicia ........ 95-97

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www.GoToros.com Toro History Season-by-Season Results results for 1976 season 10/1 at Redlands 10/5 at CP Pomona 10/7 at Whittier 10/15 at CS Bakersfield 10/18 LMU 10/21 REDLANDS 10/26 at UC Riverside 10/28 at Biola 11/6 CS BAKERSFIELD 11/9 at Loyola Marymount 11/11 UC RIVERSIDE 11/15 at Pepperdine 11/14 CP POMONA 11/18 BIOLA

results for 1983 season 9/2 PRINCIPIA W 3-1 9/7 at San Diego L 0-3 9/13 BIOLA L 0-3 9/15 vs UC San Diego L 0-2 9/15 vs Southern Utah W 2-0 9/16 vs Vanguard W 2-0 9/16 vs Fresno Pac. W 3-0 9/17 vs Whittier W 2-0 9/17 vs PL Nazarene W 2-0 9/17 vs Fresno Pac. L 0-2 9/23 vs Sacramento St. L 0-2 9/23 vs UC San Diego L 0-2 9/23 vs Elmhurst L 0-2 9/24 vs Biola L 0-2 9/25 CLAREMONT W 2-0 Overall: 5-9 Conference: 0-0 9/26 CHICO STATE L 0-2 H: 2-4 A: 3-5 N: 0-0 REDLANDS W 3-0 --------------------------------------------------------- 9/27 9/30 vs Colo. St. L 0-2 results for 1979 season vs Utah L 0-2 9/17 UCI L 0-3 9/30 vs Metro St. L 1-2 9/20 AZUSA PAC. W 3-1 9/30 vs North Dakatoa St. L 0-2 9/23 REDLANDS W 3-2 10/1 vs Denver W 2-0 9/25 CS NORTHRIDGE L 0-3 10/1 vs Utah St. L 0-2 9/26 N. COLO. W 3-2 10/1 vs Northern Colo. L 0-2 9/28 CHAPMAN L 2-3 10/1 *10/4 at UC Riverside L 0-3 9/29 HAWAII L 1-3 CAL STATE L.A. W 3-1 9/29 BIOLA W 2-0 *10/7 L 0-3 9/30 UNLV W 2-0 *10/11 at CS Northridge L 0-3 9/30 UC SAN DIEGO T 1-1 *10/14 at CS Bakersfield CHAPMAN L 0-3 9/30 WESTMONT W 2-0 *10/18 L 1-3 9/30 REDLANDS W 2-0 *10/19 at CP Pomona 10/5 LMU L 2-3 10/21 vs St. Mary’s L 0-2 10/5 USC L 2-3 10/21 vs Vanguard W 2-0 10/9 BIOLA L 0-3 10/21 vs Westmont L 0-2 10/11 UNLV W 3-0 10/22 vs Claremont W 2-0 10/13 ARIZONA ST. L 1-3 10/22 vs Cal Lutheran W 2-0 10/15 U. OF ARIZONA L 0-3 10/22 vs St. Marys L 1-2 10/16 N.M. STATE L 0-3 10/22 vs Whittier W 1-0 10/19 CS BAKERSFIELD L 0-3 10/24 at USIU (Alliant) L 0-3 10/23 CHAPMAN L 0-3 *10/27 UC RIVERSIDE L 0-3 10/25 LEWIS & CLARK L 0-3 10/29 vs Cal Lutheran L 0-2 10/25 AZUSA PAC. W 2-0 10/29 vs Cal Baptist W 2-0 10/25 BIOLA L 0-2 10/29 vs Occidental L 1-2 10/30 LMU L 0-3 10/29 vs CS Bakersfield L 0-2 11/6 CAL STATE L.A. W 3-1 *11/1 at CAL STATE L.A. W 3-1 11/8 BIOLA W 3-2 *11/2 at Chapman W 3-2 11/9 CS BAKERSFIELD W 3-2 *11/4 CS NORTHRIDGE L 0-3 11/13 AZUSA PAC. W 3-2 *11/8 CS BAKERSFIELD L 2-3 11/15 UC RIVERSIDE W 3-2 at Ala.-Anchorage W 3-1 11/23 CS NORTHRIDGE L 0-3 11/10 11/11 at Ala.-Anchorage W 3-0 11/13 at Ala.-Fairbanks L 2-3 Overall: 14-16-1 Conference: 0-0 at Ala.-Fairbanks L 0-3 --------------------------------------------------------- 11/13 *11/15 CP POMONA L 1-3 results for 1982 season 9/16 vs CP Pomona L 0-2 Overall: 19-33 Conference: 3-9 9/16 vs Idaho W 2-1 H: 4-7 A: 4-8 N: 11-18 9/17 vs PL Nazarene W 2-0 9/17 vs Westmont W 2-0 --------------------------------------------------------9/18 vs CAL STATE L.A. W 2-1 results for 1984 season at Vanguard W 3-1 9/18 vs USIU (Alliant) L 0-2 9/11 at Biola L 0-3 9/24 vs UC San Diego L 0-1 9/14 U. SAN DIEGO L 0-3 9/29 AZUSA PAC. T 1-1 9/15 10/2 at Redlands W 3-0 9/22 at Occidental W 3-0 10/5 at Biola L 1-2 9/25 at Redlands W 3-1 10/7 at Loyola Marymount L 0-3 *10/2 CS BAKERSFIELD L 1-3 *10/8 at CP Pomona W 3-2 *10/5 at CS Northridge L 0-3 *10/12 CS NORTHRIDGE L 1-3 *10/9 at CP Pomona L 0-3 *10/15 UC RIVERSIDE L 0-3 *10/10 UC RIVERSIDE L 1-3 10/16 USIU (ALLIANT) L 0-3 10/12 vs PL Nazarene W 2-1 *10/19 at CS Bakersfield L 2-3 10/12 vs CS Stanislaus W 2-0 *10/22 at CAL STATE L.A. W 3-2 10/12 vs Oregon Tech W 2-0 *10/26 CHAPMAN L 1-3 10/13 vs Fresno Pac. L 0-2 10/29 vs Occidental L 0-2 10/13 vs Whittier W 2-0 10/29 vs Nevada-Reno W 3-0 10/13 vs PL Nazarene W 2-0 10/29 vs San Francisco W 2-0 10/13 vs Fresno Pac. W 2-1 10/30 vs Sonoma St. W 2-1 *10/17 CAL STATE L.A. L 1-4 10/30 vs Cal Baptist W 2-1 10/20 vs Westmont W 2-0 10/30 vs Azusa Pac. W 2-0 10/20 vs Whittier W 2-0 *11/2 CP POMONA W 3-1 vs Vanguard W 2-1 *11/4 CS NORTHRIDGE L 0-3 10/21 vs Cal Baptist W 2-0 *11/9 at UC Riverside L 0-3 10/21 vs Chapman W 2-1 *11/10 CS BAKERSFIELD W 3-0 10/21 L 1-2 11/12 vs USIU (Alliant) L 0-3 *10/23 at Chapman *10/26 at CS Bakersfi eld L 1-3 11/12 vs UC Davis L 0-3 *10/30 CS NORTHRIDGE L 1-3 11/13 vs Loyola Marymount L 0-3 CP POMONA L 1-3 11/13 vs N. Arizona L 0-2 *11/2 at UC Riverside L 0-3 *11/16 CAL STATE L.A. L 0-3 *11/6 W 3-2 *11/19 at Chapman L 2-3 *11/13 at CAL STATE L.A. CHAPMAN L 1-3 11/23 LMU L 0-3 *11/16 W L W W W L L L L L L L W L

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Overall: 15-14 Conference: 1-11 H: 0-7 A: 4-6 N: 11-1

results for 1985 season 9/11 at Hayward 9/12 at San Francisco 9/13 at St. Mary’s 9/14 at San Fran. St. 9/20 vs UC San Diego 9/20 vs Westmont 9/21 vs Sonoma St. 9/21 vs Sacramento St. 9/21 vs CAL STATE L.A. 9/27 at La Verne 9/28 BIOLA *10/1 at UC Riverside *10/4 CHAPMAN *10/5 at CS Bakersfield 10/9 at Biola 10/11 S. UTAH *10/15 CP POMONA *10/18 CS NORTHRIDGE *10/19 UC RIVERSIDE *10/22 at CAL STATE L.A. *10/29 at Chapman *11/2 at CP Pomona *11/5 CS BAKERSFIELD 11/9 at UC San Diego *11/12 at CS Northridge *11/15 CAL STATE L.A.

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Overall: 6-29-2 Conference: 1-11 H: 2-7 A: 0-12 N: 4-10-2 --------------------------------------------------------results for 1988 season 9/9 vs Oregon St. L 0-2 9/9 vs Sacramento St. L 0-2 9/9 vs CP Pomona L 0-2 9/9 vs Chico State L 0-2 9/10 vs Alas. Anchorage L 0-2 9/10 vs Chaminade L 0-2 9/10 vs Humboldt St. L 0-2 9/13 at Westmont L 0-3 9/16 vs CS Bakersfield L 0-2 9/16 vs Sacramento St. L 0-2 Overall: 7-19 Conference: 2-10 H: 3-5 A: 2-11 N: 2-3 9/17 vs CAL STATE L.A. L 0-2 vs Eastern N.M. W 2-0 --------------------------------------------------------- 9/17 9/17 vs Cal Baptist L 0-3 results for 1986 season 9/5 vs Hayward W 2-0 9/20 BIOLA L 1-3 MASTER’S W 3-1 9/5 vs North Dakota St. L 0-2 9/22 CS SAN B’DINO W 3-1 9/6 vs Puget Sound T 1-1 9/27 9/6 vs Fresno St. L 0-2 *9/29 CP POMONA L 1-3 UC SAN DIEGO L 0-3 9/6 vs CP Pomona L 1-2 10/1 9/11 at Biola L 1-3 *10/4 CS BAKERSFIELD L 1-3 at Master’s W 3-2 9/19 vs CS Bakersfield W 2-0 10/5 at CAL STATE L.A. L 0-3 9/19 vs UC San Diego L 0-2 *10/7 9/19 vs Hawaii Pac. L 0-2 10/8 GRAND CANYON L 0-3 L 0-3 9/19 vs Grand Canyon L 0-2 *10/11 at CP Pomona L 1-3 9/20 vs Biola L 1-2 *10/13 at Chico State 9/20 vs Westmont W 2-0 10/14 vs San Fran. St. L 0-3 L 0-3 *9/23 CS NORTHRIDGE L 1-3 10/14 vs Sacramento St. L 0-3 9/26 vs PL Nazarene W 2-0 10/14 vs Portland St. 9/26 vs Cal Lutheran W 2-0 10/15 vs Florida Southern L 0-3 vs Sonoma St. W 3-1 9/26 vs UC San Diego L 0-2 10/15 UC RIVERSIDE L 0-3 9/27 vs Westmont L 1-2 *10/18 9/27 vs PL Nazarene W 2-0 *10/21 at Chapman L 0-3 CAL LUTHERAN W 3-1 9/27 vs Cal Lutheran W 2-1 10/22 CS NORTHRIDGE L 0-3 *9/30 UC RIVERSIDE L 0-3 *10/25 10/2 BIOLA W 3-2 *10/27 at CS Bakersfield L 0-3 L 0-3 *10/3 CS BAKERSFIELD W 3-2 10/29 at Biola CAL STATE L.A. L 0-3 *10/14 at UC Riverside L 0-3 *11/1 *10/17 at CAL STATE L.A. L 1-3 *11/11 at UC Riverside L 0-3 CS NORTHRIDGE L 0-3 *10/21 CHAPMAN L 0-3 *11/15 *10/24 at CP Pomona W 3-0 11/20 PORTLAND ST. L 0-3 *10/28 at CS Bakersfield W 3-2 11/18 at CS Northridge L 1-2 *11/4 at CS Northridge L 0-3 Overall: 6-34 Conference: 0-12 11/7 at Sacramento St. L 0-3 H: 3-10 A: 1-9 N: 2-15 11/8 at San Fran. St. L 0-3 *11/11 CAL STATE L.A. W 3-2 --------------------------------------------------------*11/14 at Chapman W 3-2 results for 1989 season BIOLA L 0-3 *11/18 CP POMONA L 1-3 9/2 9/5 MASTER’S W 3-1 Overall: 13-19-1 Conference: 5-7 9/7 at Sonoma St. L 1-3 H: 3-4 A: 3-6 N: 7-9-1 9/8 at Oregon St. L 0-2 --------------------------------------------------------- 9/9 at USIU (Alliant) L 1-2 results for 1987 season 9/14 CS STANISLAUS W 3-0 9/10 WIS.-STOUT W 2-0 9/15 vs CAL STATE L.A. W 2-0 9/11 vs Chico State W 2-0 9/15 vs CS Stanislaus W 2-0 9/11 vs San Jose St. L 0-2 9/16 vs UC Davis L 0-2 9/11 vs Northern Illinois L 0-2 9/16 vs Notre Dame de Namur W 2-0 9/12 vs CAL STATE L.A. W 2-0 9/16 vs Sonoma St. L 0-2 9/12 vs Seattle Pac. T 1-1 9/19 WESTMONT L 0-3 9/12 vs Portland St. T 1-1 9/23 at Biola L 2-3 9/12 vs San Fran. St. L 0-2 *10/3 at CS Stanislaus W 3-2 9/15 at CS Stanislaus L 0-3 *10/6 CP POMONA L 0-3 9/18 vs East Texas St. L 0-3 *10/10 at CS Northridge L 0-3 9/18 vs CAL STATE L.A. L 1-3 *10/13 UC RIVERSIDE L 0-3 9/19 vs Sacramento St. L 0-3 *10/17 at CS Bakersfield L 0-3 9/19 vs Westmont L 0-3 *10/20 at CAL STATE L.A. L 2-3 9/19 vs CS Northridge L 0-3 *10/24 CHAPMAN L 0-3 9/22 BIOLA L 1-3 10/26 MASTER’S W 3-1 9/25 vs Minn. St.-Mankato L 0-3 10/27 at UC San Diego L 0-3 9/25 vs Eastern N.M. W 3-1 *10/31 at CP Pomona L 0-3 9/26 vs Regis W 3-0 *11/3 CS NORTHRIDGE L 0-3 9/26 vs West Texas St. L 0-3 *11/8 at UC Riverside L 0-3 *9/30 CP POMONA L 0-3 *11/10 CS BAKERSFIELD L 0-3 *10/2 at UC Riverside L 1-3 *11/14 CAL STATE L.A. L 1-3 *10/6 at Chapman L 0-3 *10/17 at Chapman L 0-3 10/10 at Biola L 2-3 10/18 AIR FORCE L 2-3

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Toros Volleyball ‘08 Toro History Season-by-Season Results 9/6 vs Humboldt St. L 0-3 9/11 at Concordia (Cal.) W 3-1 9/13 MON-BILLINGS W 3-0 9/18 MASTER’S W 3-1 at 9/26 vs Chico State W 3-2 at 9/27 vs Hayward L 2-3 at at 9/27 vs UC Davis L 0-3 at 10/1 at Chapman L 2-3 at *10/4 GRAND CANYON L 1-3 at at *10/8 CAL STATE L.A. L 0-3 at *10/11 at CS Stanislaus L 0-3 *10/15 CP POMONA L 0-3 at Overall: 5-31 Conference: 0-12 *10/18 at CS Bakersfield L 1-3 H: 1-10 A: 0-11 N: 4-10 *10/22 at UC Riverside L 0-3 --------------------------------------------------------- 10/25 UC DAVIS W 3-0 results for 1995 season *10/30 at CAL STATE L.A. L 0-3 9/1 vs Fresno Pac. L 0-3 10/31 BENTLEY W 3-2 9/1 vs Whitworth W 3-0 *11/1 CS SAN B’DINO L 0-3 at 9/2 vs Lewis & Clark W 3-0 *11/5 at CP Pomona L 0-3 9/2 vs Carroll W 3-1 *11/8 CS SAN B’DINO L 0-3 at 9/2 vs Western Mont. W 3-0 *11/12 UC RIVERSIDE L 0-3 9/5 MINN.-MORRIS W 3-1 *11/14 at Grand Canyon L 0-3 9/8 vs Humboldt St. L 2-3 Overall: 8-21 Conference: 0-12 9/8 vs San Fran. St. W 3-1 at 9/9 vs UC Davis W 3-1 H: 4-6 A: 1-7 N: 3-8 9/9 vs Sonoma St. L 1-3 --------------------------------------------------------Overall: 8-28 Conference: 1-11 9/12 MASTER’S W 3-1 results for 1998 season H: 3-16 A: 3-7 N: 2-5 9/15 vs Cal Lutheran L 0-3 8/27 vs Truman St. L 1-3 --------------------------------------------------------- 9/15 vs Cameron L 0-3 vs Hawaii-Hilo L 0-3 8/28 results for 1993 season vs Alas. Anchorage L 0-3 9/16 vs Christian Heritage W 3-2 8/28 9/3 vs Concordia (CA) W 3-2 9/16 vs Hayward W 3-1 8/29 vs Truman L 0-3 9/3 vs Mt. Marty W 3-1 9/21 AZUSA PAC. L 0-3 9/1 at UC San Diego L 0-3 9/4 vs PL Nazarene L 1-3 9/22 vs Mont. St. Billings L 0-3 at UC San Diego L 2-3 9/4 9/4 vs Hawaii Pac. L 1-3 *9/25 at CP Pomona vs Cardinal Stritch W 3-0 L 1-3 9/4 9/8 CHAPMAN L 2-3 *9/26 vs Concordia (Neb.) L 2-3 CAL STATE L.A. L 0-3 9/5 Overall: 7-22 Conference: 2-9 9/10 vs UC Davis L 1-3 *10/2 at UC Riverside L 0-3 9/5 vs Westmont L 0-3 H: 3-10 A: 1-9 N: 3-3 9/10 vs San Fran. St. L 1-3 10/7 at Christian Heritage L 1-3 9/9 CAL LUTHERAN W 3-2 --------------------------------------------------------- 9/11 vs Sonoma St. L 0-3 *10/11 CHICO STATE W 3-1 CS BAKERSFIELD L 0-3 *9/11 results for 1991 season 9/11 vs Chico State L 0-3 *10/13 UC DAVIS L 0-3 GRAND CANYON L 1-3 *9/12 8/30 vs Humboldt St. L 1-2 9/15 VANGUARD L 0-3 *10/17 at CAL STATE L.A. at Master’s L 1-3 L 0-3 9/15 8/30 vs Western N.M. W 2-1 9/17 vs Hawaii-Hilo L 0-3 10/19 at Chapman W 3-2 L 2-3 *9/18 at CS Stanislaus 8/30 vs Vanguard L 0-2 9/17 vs CS Stanislaus W 3-0 *10/20 CP POMONA W 3-2 *9/19 at CS Bakersfield L 0-3 8/31 vs Concordia-Austin W 2-0 9/18 vs Biola L 0-3 *10/24 CS SAN B’DINO L 1-3 UC RIVERSIDE L 1-3 *9/23 8/31 vs Westmont W 3-1 9/18 vs Humboldt St. W 3-0 *10/27 at CS Stanislaus UC RIVERSIDE L 0-3 L 1-3 *9/26 8/31 vs Humboldt St. L 1-3 9/21 at Cal Lutheran W 3-2 *10/31 W 3-2 CS BAKERSFIELD L 1-3 *10/2 at Sonoma St. 9/4 AZUSA PAC. L 2-3 9/23 MASTER’S W 3-0 11/1 L 1-3 at Cal Lutheran L 0-3 *10/3 at San Fran. St. 9/6 vs San Fran. St. W 3-0 9/25 at Biola L 0-3 *11/4 at Grand Canyon L 0-3 *10/7 at CAL STATE L.A. L 0-3 9/6 vs Simon Fraser W 3-2 9/28 AZUSA PAC. 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www.GoToros.com University President

Dr. mildred garcía Mildred García, Ed.D., is the seventh president of California State University, Dominguez Hills and the eleventh female president—the first Latina president—in the California State University system. With a strong commitment to equitable access in higher education for all and with more than three decades of teaching and administrative experience, Dr. García took the helm as President on August 1, 2007 and is poised to lead the highly diverse faculty, staff and student body at CSU Dominguez Hills. An urban university located in the South Bay area of Los Angeles County, CSU Dominguez Hills offers 45 baccalaureate degrees and 21 master’s degrees. Enrollment exceeds 12,000 students, of which about 2,000 enroll via distance education opportunities. The student population is among the most ethnically and culturally rich in the nation. President García brings with her a commitment to multicultural alliances and believes that these coalitions strengthen not only an individual’s self-development and opportunities, but also strengthen institutions and communities. President García came to Dominguez Hills after serving from 2001 to 2007 as president of Berkeley College in New York and New Jersey, where she championed the cause of access with success—the obligation to make the attainment of a college degree a realistic goal for all who strive to succeed. Under her leadership, the college began offering full academic programs in an online format. Over 14 bachelor’s and 14 associate’s degrees were approved, including Criminal Justice, International Business, Fashion Marketing and Management, Health Information Management and Human Resources. The college also made a number of capital improvements during her tenure, including the construction of new facilities as well as the modernization and renovation of existing facilities. Prior to Berkeley, she was at Arizona State University (1997-2001), holding a variety of positions there, including Vice Provost for Academic Personnel, Associate Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Associate Director of the Hispanic Research Center at Arizona State University, and Tenured Professor in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department. From 1986 to 1996 she was at Montclair State University, starting out as Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Academic Affairs before joining the faculty in the School of Professional Studies and serving as Assistant

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Vice President of Academic Affairs (1988-1996). She has also held the post of Dean of Students at Hostos Community College of City University of New York (1979-1986). An educator foremost, President García’s research has concentrated on equity in higher education and its impact on policy and practice. She has written extensively and is a much sought-after speaker at national and international conferences. Among the books she has authored are Succeeding in an Academic Career, which focuses on how faculty of color can succeed in higher education; Assessing Campus Diversity Initiatives (copublished); and Transforming the First Year of College for Students of Color (with Laura I. Redón and Dawn Person). Most recently, she was a keynote speaker at the Association of American Colleges and Universities’ Annual Conference, and presented at the American Council on Education’s Third Summit for Women of Color Administrators in Higher Education. She was panel moderator for “Connecting Higher Education to Industry and Marketplace Needs” at the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) Annual Conference and delivered the keynote address at the University of San Diego, Community College Leadership Development Initiatives Summer Academy. President García is an active member of the American Council of Education where she serves on its Board of Directors. She also serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of Peer Review, Association of American Colleges and Universities; on the Advisory Board for Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, on the Board of Trustees of the Caucus Educational Corporation; on the Board of Trustees of Caribbean University, Puerto Rico; and as founding board member of the National Council for Educational Partnerships. President García received a Doctor of Education as well as a Master of Arts in higher education administration from Teachers College, Columbia University; an M.A. in business education/higher education from New York University; a B.S. in business education from Bernard Baruch College of City University of New York (CUNY); and an A.A.S. in legal secretarial sciences in business from New York City Community College of CUNY.

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www.GoToros.com CSUDH V.P./Director of Athletics Dr. Boice Bowman vice-president for student Affairs

Dr. Boice Bowman was appointed Cal State Dominguez Hills’ Vice President for Student Affairs on August 18, 1997 after serving as the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs since the Fall of 1994. As the Vice President for Student Affairs, Bowman is responsible for several areas on campus including admissions, financial aid, housing, outreach services, public safety, student development, disabled student services, student activities and intercollegiate athletics. Prior to Cal State Dominguez Hills, Bowman spent seven years at nearby Compton Community College, where he served in several capacities, including vice president for the Division of Student Affairs, associate dean of instruction and director of enrollment services. He acquired strong skills in the design and implementation of automated systems as both a project and regional manager for Systems and Computer Technology (SCT) Corporation, which is a leading supplier of computing services, applications software, systems integration and telecommunications services to higher education. Bowman also served as the University Registrar at Pepperdine University and he was a tenured faculty member and assistant director of academic records at Western Michigan University. Dr. Bowman received his doctoral degree in higher education administration from Pepperdine University. He also has a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in counseling, both from Western Michigan University.

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Director of Athletics Patrick Guillen assumed his position as the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics on November 1, 2005 after serving as the Assistant Athletics Director since 2002, and has led the department to its most successful overall seasons since its inception in 1968. Guillen’s tenure at Cal State Dominguez Hills began in August of 1995 as the Director of Athletic Media Relations after coming to the Toros program from Vanguard University (formerly Southern California College) in Costa Mesa, CA. As the Director of Athletics, Guillen secured several new corporate partners, updated CSUDH’s corporate sponsorship with Enterprise Rent-A-Car, hired CSUDH’s new volleyball and baseball coaches, oversaw the appointment of a new Faculty Athletics Representative, raised necessary funds for new baseball and softball bleachers, sold venue advertising, centralized and updated concessions, and formulated future fundraising ideas all in a period of less than a year, efforts which have substantially increased CSUDH Athletics funding beginning in the 2006 season. Additionally, his efforts were instrumental in the 2006 & 2007 Toros Scholarship Golf Classics, which brought in the most scholarship dollars in its 17-year history. Guillen serves on the Board of Directors for the Boys & Girls Club of Carson, as well as on both the CCAA Administrative and CCAA Championship Committees. He is also an active member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and the NCAA Division II Athletic Directors Association, was named an NCAA Regional Advisory Committee member for women’s soccer and, most recently, was appointed the CCAA Sports Information liaison. In 2005-06 Guillen negotiated the hiring of a Marketing and Promotions Coordinator as well as a Special Projects Coordinator, positions vital to the success of the department. The additions were immediately successful with the successful implementation of the Inaugural CSUDH Athletics Business Luncheon, the Inaugural Monte Carlo Night, and the redesigned Fitness Center, which opened in January of 2007. Last year, Guillen began his appointments on the CSUDH WASC SubCommittee for Civic Engagement, as well as on the University Budget Committee (UBC), which recommends budget requests and allocations to the President of the University, two committees he continues to serve on. Guillen has been an integral part of an Athletics Department that has captured an NCAA Division II men’s soccer national championship, hosted the NCAA Division II Final Four women’s soccer championship, and first- and secondround NCAA Division II men’s soccer championships. In addition, Guillen initiated the negotiation process that brought the Home Depot Center to the Carson campus four years ago. On the academic front, the overall student-athlete GPA has increased from 2.63 (04-05) to 2.67 (05-06) to 2.73 this past year under Guillen’s leadership, while 68 student-athletes made the CSUDH Athletics spring honor roll, 54 were recognized by the NCAA as part of the 20th Annual National STUDENT-Athlete Day, and 23 Toros were named to the 206-07 CCAA’s All-Academic list (an increase of six from 05-06). Additionally, two Toros earned ESPN The Magazine’s Academic All-District honors, while one claimed a prestigious Arthur Ashe, Jr. Award for overall excellence, and is a finalist for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award to be announced in October 2007. Beginning with his Assistant Athletics Director/Media Relations responsibilities in 2002, Guillen had been responsible for fundraising, media, community and public relations, as well as the oversight of all home event management operations. Prior to working in intercollegiate athletics, Guillen enjoyed a successful sales and marketing career in the healthcare industry, working as the Area Marketing Manager for what was then the largest privately-owned healthcare organization in the country, Comprehensive Rehabilitation Associates, Inc. Born in nearby Torrance, Guillen’s roots are fixed in Carson, having graduated from Carson High School. He earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Management and Marketing from Vanguard University in 1987. Guillen is single and resides in Irvine.

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Theresa cuarenta Assistant to the Athletics Director

mel miranda Assistant Athletics Director/Media Relationals

natalie Lockhart Compliance Coordinator/Senior Woman Administrator

Tim mcguire Head Athletic Trainer

Tom Weed Assistant Sports Information Director

Deann schlobohm Special Events Coordinator

Dr. sohaila shakib Faculty Athletics Representative

max Ward Facility Coordinator

Lindsay Kokoczka Athletic Trainer

California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) The California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) has been one of the nation’s most successful intercollegiate athletic conferences since its establishment in December 1938. The 11-member league is home to some of the nation’s finest NCAA Division II athletic programs in Cal Poly Pomona, Cal State Dominguez Hills, Cal State L.A., Cal State Monterey Bay, Cal State San Bernardino, Cal State Stanislaus, Chico State, Humboldt State, San Francisco State, Sonoma State and UC San Diego. These institutions compete in seven women’s and six men’s CCAA-sponsored sports. Fall sports include men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s volleyball. Men’s and women’s basketball are contested in the winter, and women’s tennis, men’s golf, men’s and women’s outdoor track & field, softball and baseball comprise spring competition. CCAA members has won 146 NCAA Championships (98 men, 48 women) which is far and away the most of any Division II conference. On the men’s side, CCAA members have brought home at least 10 titles in swimming & diving (25), wrestling (16), track & field (13), tennis (11) and baseball (10). CCAA institutions have been very successful in the 25-year history of NCAA women’s athletics, having won 10 cross country, eight softball, six track & field, five volleyball and five basketball national championships as well as 19 more in four other sports. The CCAA has undergone several changes in conference membership since charter members UC Santa Barbara, Fresno State, San Diego State and San Jose State came together to form the league in 1938. Over the past 68 years, a number of institutions have been members of the CCAA, including Cal State Northridge, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Chapman, Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State, Pacific, Pepperdine, UC Riverside, UC Davis, Grand Canyon University, and Cal State Bakersfield. The CCAA Commissioner’s Office relocated from southern California to the San Francisco Bay Area-suburb of Walnut Creek in July 1998. Robert J. Hiegert is in his 11th year as Commissioner.

2007-08 CCAA Champions FALL SPORTS MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Chico State WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Cal State L.A. WOMEN’S SOCCER Chico State MEN’S SOCCER cal state Dominguez hills WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL Cal State San Bernardino

WINTER SPORTS WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Chico State MEN’S BASKETBALL Humboldt State & UC San Diego

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SPRING SPORTS WOMEN’S TENNIS UC Sa Diego MEN’S GOLF Sonoma State SOFTBALL Humboldt State & Cal State Stanislaus BASEBALL Sonoma State WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD UC San Diego MEN’S TRACK & FIELD Chico State

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South Bay Daily Breeze 5215 Torrance Bvld. Torrance, CA 90509 Todd Bailey, Sports Editor Phone: (310) 540-4201 Fax: (310) 540-3067

The 2008 CSUDH Volleyball Media Guide is a production of the CSUDH Sports Information Office. Designed and edited by Brendan Dally, Tom Weed and Mel Miranda, CSUDH Sports Information. Cover design by Brendan Dally. Special thanks to student assistants Jenise Espindola and Tiffany Bull for their invaluable assistance. Individual, team and action photography courtesy of Yary Photography, Phil Ellsworth and Kirby Lee. Printing by BAM Graphics. For additional copies, send $6.00 to: CSUDH Athletics, 1000 E. Victoria Street, Carson, CA 90747. Make checks payable to “CSUDH - Volleyball”.

Los Angeles Times Times-Mirror Square Los Angeles, CA 90053 Phone: (800) 528-4637 x77151 Fax: (213) 237-7876 Long Beach Press-Telegram 604 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90844 Phone: (562) 499-1338 Fax: (562) 437-8914 Gardena Valley News 16417 S. Western Ave. Gardena, Ca 90247 Karsten Barnes, Sports Editor Phone: (310) 329-6351 Fax: (310) 329-7501 Associated Press 221 S. Figueroa, Ste. 300 Los Angeles, CA 90012 Phone: (213) 626-1200 Fax: (213) 346-0200

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2008 Volleyball Schedule Date Opponent Location Sat., Aug. 23 Point Loma Nazarene (Scrimmage) San Diego, CA Aug. 28 $ Academy of art Univ. at s.f. Torodome Aug 29. $ Central Washington univ. Torodome Aug. 30 $ Grand Canyon University Torodome Tue., Sept. 2 Biola University Torodome Thurs., Sept. 4 % BYU-Hawai’i La Jolla, CA Fri., Sept. 5 % Notre Dame de Namur La Jolla, CA Fri., Sept. 5 % Seattle Pacific La Jolla, CA Sat., Sept. 6 % Lynn University La Jolla, CA Wed., Sept. 10 * Cal State L.A. Los Angeles, CA Sat., Sept 13 * UC San Diego La Jolla, CA Fri., Sept. 19 * Humboldt State Arcata, CA Sat., Sept. 20 * Sonoma State Rohnert Park, CA Fri., Sept. 26 * Chico State Torodome Sat., Sept. 27 * Cal State Stanislaus Torodome Fri., Oct. 3 * San Francisco State San Francisco, CA Sat., Oct. 4 * Cal State Monterey Bay Seaside, CA Fri., Oct. 10 * Cal State San Bernardino Torodome Sat., oct. 11 * Cal Poly Pomona Torodome Wed., oct. 15 * Cal State L.A. Torodome Thurs., oct. 16 * UC San Diego Torodome Sat., oct 18 Alumni Game torodome Fri., oct. 24 * Sonoma State Torodome sat., oct. 25 * Humboldt State Torodome Fri., Oct. 31 * Cal State Stanislaus Turlock, CA Sat., Nov. 1 * Chico State Chico, CA Fri., nov. 7 * Cal State Monterey Bay Torodome sat., nov. 8 * San Francisco State Torodome Wed., Nov. 12 * Cal Poly Pomona Pomona, CA Sat., Nov. 15 * Cal State San Bernardino San Bernardino, CA * CCAA matches $ 1st Inaugural CSUDH/CSULA Tournament % Triton Invitational (Hosted by UC San Diego) Homes games in GOLD in the Torodome All times local to game site.

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2008 Toros Volleyball Media Guide  

2008 Toros Volleyball Media Guide