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CCSU Volleyball Year-by-Year 1986 - Central Connecticut State University’s first season of Division I volleyball.

2002 - Third straight season with double-digit victories. - Jennifer Cote and Shannon Verity named to All-NEC Second Team.

1987 - Tina Popp signs CCSU’s first Division I volleyball National Letter of Intent.

2003 - Fourth straight season with double-digit victories (21-9) - Posted second-most wins on the Division I level. - Jen Cote and Shannon Verity named to the All-NEC First Team. 1990 - Chantelle Bowden selected to the All-NEC Second Team. - CCSU joins the East Coast Conference. - Linda Sagnelli chosen NEC Coach of the Year. - Cote earned CoSIDA Academic All-District I Volleyball First Team 1991 -CCSU ranked 11th nationally with a 2.69 service aces per game average. honors. - Chantelle Bowden selected to CoSIDA Academic All-District I 1993 Volleyball Second Team. - The Blue Devils ranked seventh nationally with a 2.69 service aces per - Hosted the NEC Tournament and finished as the runner-up to Robert game average. Morris. - Jing Pu named East Coast Conference Coach of the Year. - Boasted three of the NEC’s top-10 hitters (Cote, Chelsea Magee, - Melissa Phelps named to East Coast Conference First Team. Shannon Verity). - Christine Dadducci, Nancy Ringrose and Susan Robitaille named to - Cote led the NEC in blocks (1.35 bpg). East Coast Conference Second Team. - Cote and Verity finished two-three in the NEC in kills per game (3.95, - Dadducci named to East Coast Conference All-Tournament Team. 3.70). - Verity and Cote finished the season with 1,071 and 1,051 career kills, 1994 respectively. - CCSU joins the Mid-Continent Conference. - CCSU wins the Mid-Con John McKenna Spirit Award. 2004 - Moved up 35 spots in the NCAA Division I RPI to 64; was top-ranked - Second straight 20-win season and fifth straight season with doubleMid-Con team (Valparaiso ranked 102). digit victories (20-8). - Ranked eighth nationally with a 2.68 service aces per game average. - Advanced to the semifinals of the NEC Tournament. - Finished the season with the program’s best-ever record (34-4) and won - Seniors Jen Cote and Shannon Verity named to All-NEC First Team. 19 matches by 3-0 scores. - Junior Chantelle Bowden and freshman Katie Seamon named to All- Earned Mid-Con Player of the Week honors four times (Carol Fester NEC Second Team. twice; Christine Dadducci and Kim Setter once each). - Cote and Bowden named CoSIDA Academic All-District I Volleyball - Had win streaks of 10 and 22. First Team. - Had two of the Mid-Con’s top six hitters (Dadducci, Setter) and three - Verity named CoSIDA Academic All-District I Volleyball Second Team. of the top 18 hitters (Dadducci, Setter, Carol Fester). - Cote named NEC Volleyball Scholar Athlete of the Year. - Only undefeated team during Mid-Con regular season (6-0). - Cote and Shannon Verity finish careers second and third respectively on - Ranked first in Mid-Con with a .287 team hitting percentage. the career kills list. - Ranked first in Mid-Con with a 2.7 service ace per game average. 2005 - Ranked second in Mid-Con at 12.2 assists per game average. - Advanced to the semifinals of the NEC Tournament. - Ranked fourth in Mid-Con with a 13.5 kills per game average. - Brynn Good named NEC Setter of the Year and All-NEC First Team. 1995 - Jacqui Jackson named All-NEC First Team and Chelsea Magee, - Christine Dadducci and Kim Setter were named to Mid-Continent All- Chantelle Bowden and Katie Seamon named All-NEC Second Team. Conference First Team. - Bowden named CoSIDA Academic All-District I Volleyball First Team. - Bowden named NEC Volleyball Scholar Athlete of the Year. 1996 - Cari Sanders was named to Mid-Continent All-Conference First Team. - Bowden becomes the first player in program history to record 1,000 - Sanders also earned Mid-Con Offensive Player of the Week honors for career kills and 1,000 career digs. - Sixth straight season with double-figure wins. the week ending November 10th. - CCSU had at least one player ranked in the Mid-Con’s top-10 in five out 2006 of six major statistical categories. - Advanced to the semifinals of the NEC Tournament - Brynn Good named NEC Setter of the Year and All-NEC First Team 1997 - Jamie Baumert named NEC Rookie of the Year and All-NEC Second - Rachel Miller and Jess Murphy were named to Mid-Continent Team. Conference East Division Second Team. - Good becomes first player in school history with 3,000 career assists - Molly Holcomb was named Mid-Continent Conference Player of the and 1,000 career digs Week for the week ending August 31st. - Won double-figure games for the seventh straight season 1998 2007 - CCSU joins the Northeast Conference. - Advanced to the semifinals of the NEC Tournament - Rachel Miller tied for 19th nationally with a service ace per game - Linda Sagnelli named NEC Coach of the Year average of 0.54. - Molly Holcomb was named to the Northeast Conference Second Team. - Amanda Bayer named NEC Rookie of the Year and All-NEC Second Team. - Sarah Haase twice earned Northeast Conference Newcomer of the - Jamie Baumert named All-NEC First Team. Week honors. - Kaitlin Petrella and Lauren Snyder named All-NEC Second Team. 2000 - Eighth straight season with double-figure wins. - Sarah Haase and Jackie Fernandez named to All-NEC Second Team. 2008 - Finished the regular season tied for first place in the conference. - Sixth straight NEC Tournament appearance. - Won first-ever Northeast Conference Tournament game, a 3-0 defeat - Amanda Olmstead and Lauren Snyder named All-NEC First Team. of Fairleigh Dickinson, on November 18th. - Jamie Baumert named All-NEC Second Team. - Topped its previous NEC-best with a 9-2 conference mark. - Baumert received CoSIDA Academic All-District I Volleyball Second 2001 Team honors. - Pegged for second place in the NEC Coaches’ Preseason Poll. - Baumert leads NEC with 114 blocks. - Finished the regular season as the NEC’s top team 2009 - Earned top seed in the NEC Tournament. - Advanced to NEC Tournament Semifinal - Finished the NEC Tournament as the runner-up to defending - Jamie Baumert named All-NEC First Team champion Robert Morris. - Amanda Bayer and Kaitlin Petrella named All-NEC Second Team. - Linda Sagnelli named NEC Coach of the Year. - Emily Cochran named NEC Rookie of the Year. - Freshman Jennifer Cote named to All-NEC First Team. - Kaitlin Petrella named NEC Libero of the Year. - Seniors Sarah Haase and Sara Winchell and freshman Shannon Verity named to All-NEC Second Team. - Posted program-best Northeast Conference record of 8-1.

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Yearly Records YEAR 1986 1987 1988

RECORD 15-22 (.405) 12-22 (.353) 10-25 (.286)

1989 1990 1991 1992

12-33 (.267) 7-25 (.219) 10-19 (.345) 16-15 (.516)

1993 1994

19-17 (.528) 34-4 (.895)

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

9-27 (.250) 7-28 (.200) 7-26 (.212) 12-18 (.400) 6-26 (.188)

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

12-19 (.387) 17-14 (.548) 10-20 (.333) 21-9 (.700) 20-8 (.714) 18-8 (.692) 19-10 (.655) 23-7 (.767) 11-14 (.440) 18-15 (.545)

23 Division I Seasons

COACH Manligius Manligius Manligius 37-69 (.349) Lee Lee Lee Lee 45-92 (.329) Pu Pu 53-21 (.716) Uzcategui Uzcategui Uzcategui Uzcategui Uzcategui 41-125 (.247) Sagnelli Sagnelli Sagnelli Sagnelli Sagnelli Sagnelli Sagnelli Sagnelli Sagnelli Sagnelli 169-124 (.576) 345-431 (.444)

Coaching Records

Matt Manligius - Three Seasons 1986-88: 37-69 (.349) Claudia Lee - Four Seasons 1989-92: 45-92 (.329) Jing Pu - Two Seasons 1993-94: 53-21 (.716) Leo Uzcategui - Five Seasons 1995-99: 41-125 (.247) Linda Sagnelli - Ten Seasons 2000-present: 169-124 (.576)

2010 CCSU Volleyball Media Guide  

2010 CCSU Volleyball Media Guide

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