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TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction to Tribe Tennis...............................2 THE COLLEGE The College of William & Mary..........................4 College Administration......................................6 College Alumni..................................................8 Academics.......................................................10 W&M ATHLETICS Tribe Athletics.................................................12 Athletic Facilities.............................................14 Athletic Administration...................................16 Tribe Club........................................................18 Tribal Fever.....................................................20 Social Media....................................................22 Tribe in the Community...................................24 The CAA..........................................................26 Strength and Conditioning...............................28 Sports Medicine..............................................30 WILLIAMSBURG Williamsburg/Hampton Roads Area................32
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W&M won back-to-back NCAA National Championships in 1947 and 1948.
History & Traditions
Third President of the Unit
Facts & Rankings
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College of William and Mary is a public sity located in Williamsburg, Va. Founded in by Royal Charter issued by King William III and n Mary II of England, William and Mary is the d oldest college in the country after Harvard. m and Mary has a long history of liberal arts tion and a growing research and science ulum that demonstrates a strong commitment dergraduate research. The College, which me a state university in 1906, has been nated a “Public Ivy,” and for nine straight years een ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the best public university in the country – and the n’s top small public university.
“William & Mary can make a good case for being the most selective public college in America. Its size . . . is ideal, the envy of a good many prestigious private colleges. Its setting and its own lush campus . . . provide the stuff calendars are made of. Its academic program . . . is no nonsense, followed by impressive placement in graduate schools and jobs.” Richard Moll, author of The Public Ivys: A Guide to America’s Best Public Undergraduate Colleges and Universities 5
Taylor Reveley was sworn in as the 27th president of the College of William and Mary on September 5, 2008, after serving as interim president since February 2008. Before assuming his current post, he served as dean of William & Mary Law School for almost a decade, starting in August 1998. He is the John Stewart Bryan Professor of Jurisprudence.
W&M OF VI Officers
Rector Jeffrey B. Trammell ‘7 Vice Rector Charles A. Banks III
Secretary Dennis H. Liberson ‘7
W. TAYLOR REVELEY W&M President
Janet M. Brashear ‘82 Colin G. Campbell Timothy P. Dunn ‘83 Edward L. Flippen, MBA Laura L. Flippin ‘92 Thomas R. Frantz ‘70, JD ‘7 R. Philip Herget III Leigh A. Pence ‘00 L. Clifford Schroeder, Robert E. Scott, J.D. ‘6 Peter A. Snyder ‘94 Todd A. Stottlemyer ‘ Michael Tang ‘76 John C. Thomas
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Alan J. Meese ‘86 C Steven E. Martin
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Kaveh Sadeghian C Emily R. Michalek
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Virginia Beach, Va. Williamsburg, Va. Rectortown, Va. A ‘67, JD ‘74 Richmond, Va. Arlington, Va. 73, MLT ‘81 Virginia Beach, Va. Alexandria, Va. Great Falls, Va. Sr. Richmond, Va. 68 New York, N.Y. Alexandria, Va. ‘85 Oak Hill, Va. Elk Grove Village, Ill. Richmond, Va.
Sandra Day O’Connor, who retired as Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, was named twentythird Chancellor of the College by the College of William and Mary Board of Visitors. Justice O’Connor’s appointment became effective at her April 2006 investiture; she succeeded Dr. Henry A. Kissinger, former United States Secretary of State, who was appointed in 2000.
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SANDRA DAY O’CONNOR W&M Chancellor
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ROBERT M. GATES ’65, L.H.D. ’98 22nd United States Secretary of Defense
GLENN CLOSE ’74
Actress in such films as Dangerous Liasions and Fatal Attraction, the TV series The Shield and stage productions such as Sunset Boulevard
MARK MCCORMACK ’51
Founder of International Management Group (IMG); Inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame and the International Tennis Hall of Fame
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MIKE TOMLIN ’95
Head Coach Pittsburgh Steelers NFL 2008 Super Bowl Champion
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First President of the United States
JAMES MONROE 1776
Fifth President of the United States
JOHN TYLER 1807
10th President of the United States
ON STEWART ’84
ost, executive producer and writer of he Emmy Award-winning Daily Show
DARREN SHARPER ’97 All-Pro NFL Safety 2009 Super Bowl Champion
ACADEMIC ADVISING PHILOSOPHY
Sound academic advice can make the crucial difference between a coherent and exciting education that satisfies personal and professional goals and one that is fragmented and frustrating. Academic advising is recognized at the College as important to the development of its students, a natural extension of teaching and an important professional obligation on the part of its faculty.
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Current Student-Athletes Percent of W&M Classes have 40 or fewer students
As Director of Academic Support Simms acts as an academic adv the College’s varsity athletes currently in his fourth year at W and Mary. Simms assists st athletes in maintaining excelle the classroom, scheduling c and assisting in future planning
The Academy is a unique semester-long workshops and tutorial sessions designed high – achieving student-athletes in making transition to the College of William a Workshop topics include: - Time Management - Advanced Study Skills - Note-Taking Techniques - Career Planning - Acing Final Exams - Community Standards
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Student-to-Faculty Ratio PAMELA MASON
Among Public Universities
Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance and Educational Services
United States Presidents Ranked
highest state-supported university in the country by Forbes: America’s Best Colleges
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- Faculty Advising Program Academic, personal and professional goal setting assistance provided by faculty advisors. Ratio of freshmen to advisors is 12 to 1. - Counseling Center Counseling and psychological services available for a range of issues including personal concerns and interpersonal issues.
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- Dean of Students Office offers disability services coordination, four-day campus-wide orientation, and skill-enrichment counseling. - Writing Resource Center offers an oral communication studio and writing consultants with convenient office hours.
Pamela Mason took over full time duties of the Collegeâ€™s compliance office on April 1, 2006, and she was promoted to Assistant AD for Compliance and Educational Services in July 2008. Previously, she served as the Associate Director of Development for two years.
The Lake Matoaka Amphitheater
The Crim Dell
The College of William and Mary sponsors 23 varsity sports and provides students with a unique and successful balance of athletics and academics. The Tribe Athletics Department was 96th nationally in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings for 2010-11, a number that topped the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) and ranked third in the state of Virginia. The Directors’ Cup, which was created by the NACDA and USA Today in 199394, is a program that honors institutions maintaining a broad-based program, achieving success in many sports, both men’s and women’s. W&M has placed among the top 100 nationally in 14 of the program’s 18 years, while leading the CAA on nine occasions, including the last two seasons. W&M has produced more CAA Championships than any program in the league’s history. The College owns 102 league crowns, nearly 40 more than its closest competitor. The Tribe raked in the awards in 2009-10 as well, tallying a combined 182 all-conference honors, 36 All-America honors and eight league players of the year. Along with its accomplishments on the field, the Tribe is just as successful in the classroom, epitomizing the term student-athlete. W&M routinely ranks among the national leaders in the NCAA released Academic Progress Report and Graduation Rates per sport. Since the inception of the CAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year, W&M has produced 31 honorees, more than any school in the conference.
2009 CAA Defensive Player of the Year Two-time First-Team All-CAA
2010 CAA Men’s Soccer Champions and NCAA Sweet 16 participant
NCAA All-American on the Rings
2011 CAA Women’s Tennis Champions 13
Betsey Graney ’11 Named Academic All-American
2010 CAA Champions 2009 NCAA Semifinalists
2010 CAA Men’s Cross Country Champions and NCAA Southeast Region Champions
Martin Family Stadium at Albert-Daly Field
Jimmye Laycock Center
William and Mary is committed to buildin and maintaining outstanding facilities for a 23 of its varsity athletic teams. The College ha demonstrated this commitment by investin nearly $20 million toward the construction an upgrade of its athletics facilities during just the las seven years. Among W&Mâ€™s recent projects wa the completion of the $11 million, 30,000-squar foot Jimmye Laycock Football Center, which wa dedicated in June of 2008. In the summer o 2010, the Laycock Center renovated the foye to include photos, information and memorabili on the Tribeâ€™s storied football tradition. During the spring of 2011, the addition o Martin Family Stadium to the current facilit at Albert-Daly Field was competed. The new stadium features a 1,000-seat pavilion, whic features a state-of-the-art press box, filmin positions and restroom facilities. In the summer of 2009, Busch Fiel experienced a renovation that included a tota revamp of the field, underlying pad, water canno and drainage system. The renovation created competition surface that ranks alongside thos used at the U.S. National Training Centers i Virginia Beach, Va., Chula Vista, Calif., and tha used at last yearâ€™s Olympic Games. In 2005, Kaplan Arena received an upgrad with the installation of 6,900-square foo permanent wood floor along with rubberize sports flooring on the open end of the arena t accommodate track and field and other multi purpose activities.
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FACILITY ENHANCEMENT UNDER DRISCOLL In his 16 years of guiding the William and Mary Athletic Department, Athletics Director Terry Driscoll has overseen a significant number of facility enhancements for a number of Tribe’s athletic programs. It total, W&M has dedicated nearly $30 million to facilities enhancements under Driscoll. Here is a look at some of the facility enhancements on Driscoll’s watch: • In the Summer of 2010, the commitment of a significant gift to fully fund the addition of MARTIN FAMILY STADIUM to Albert-Daly Field, the home of Tribe soccer and lacrosse. Named in honor of Eff and Patty Martin, and their children, Andrew, Christine and Julia ’09, the facility, which was completed in the spring of 2011, includes a 1,000-seat pavilion, which features a state-of-the-art press box, filming positions and restroom facilities. • The $11 million, 30,000-square foot JIMMYE LAYCOCK FOOTBALL CENTER (dedicated in June 2008). • $7 million specifically for men’s basketball and the naming of KAPLAN ARENA for the gift from Jim (Class of ’57) and Jane Kaplan (Class of ’56).
• Upgrades to ZABLE STADIUM, including a permanent lighting system (2005), new artificial playing surface (Field Turf Pro) in 2006, a new video scoreboard (2007) and a new tartan allweather synthetic track surface (2008). • The recently completed renovation to BUSCH FIELD with a new playing surface, AstroTurf 12™, underlying pad and drainage systems to create a competition surface that ranks alongside that used at the U.S. National Training Centers in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Chula Vista, California and that used at the 2008 Olympic Games. • The construction of PLUMERI PARK, home of Tribe baseball, in 1999 due in large part to the generous donation by Joseph J. Plumeri II (Class of 1966). • The $1 million natural grass facility for soccer and lacrosse, ALBERT-DALY FIELD, (dedicated in August 2004) was made possible by longtime athletic benefactors Jim and Bobbie Ukrop (classes of ’60 and ’61, respectively). • Busch Courts opened in September of 2001 as the home for Tribe tennis, includes eight individual hard courts, stadium seating for 500 people and state-of-the-art lighting system. In the spring of 2010, the college honored long-time Tribe staff member Millie West by naming the facility the MILLIE WEST TENNIS FACILITY.
TERRY DRISCOLL Director of Athletics 16th Year at W&M
Under the steady guidance and watchful eye of Terry Driscoll, the William and Mary Athletics Department has solidified its standing as one of the nation’s preeminent broadbased programs. As Driscoll enters his 16th year as athletics director, he has overseen an unprecedented era of improvement in terms of funding and facilities while also maintaining the College’s rich history of producing well-rounded student-athletes. Driscoll oversees a program that is committed to balancing academic demands with athletic success. One of the department’s stated goals each year is to finish among the top 100 in the annual Director’s Cup rankings, which has happened in all but one of the years that Driscoll has been the director. In the last eight years, the Tribe’s program has combined for a total of 33 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) titles. This past season, W&M claimed four CAA titles (Football, Men’s Cross Country, Men’s Soccer and Women’s Tennis). Overall, no institution in the CAA can claim more all-time league championships than William and Mary (102), and in 2011, the College became the first league program with over 100 conference titles.
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Associate AD, Internal Affairs
Assistant AD, Compliance and Educational Services
Assistant AD, Facilities and Operations
Director of Marketing, Promotion and Ticket Operations
Sr. Associate AD, Development
Sr. Assistant AD, Public Relations
Assistant AD, Business Affairs
Director of Special Projects
Established in 1948 to create support for William and Mary Athletics, the Tribe Club is made up of alumni and friends of the Collegeâ€™s athletics programs. Due to the fact that W&M receives no aid from the state for its sports programs, the Tribe Club is the sole provider of scholarships for William and Maryâ€™s student-athletes. Additionally, money raised annually by the Tribe Club helps defray a portion of the operating expenses for program support. Whether you are a former Tribe student-athlete, a proud alum, a Tribe parent or a fan of William and Mary Athletics, you are invited to join the Tribe Club. By donating to the unrestricted fund or to a specific sport, you are providing opportunities for many young men and women to experience both academic and athletic excellence here at the College. In addition to supporting our student-athletes with generous gifts, Tribe Club members receive exclusive benefits based on their giving level, as well as invitations to tailgates, pre-game and halftime events, golf outings and regional Tribe Club social events. To join, you can make a contribution to the Tribe Club online at www.TribeClub.com or send your donation to PO Box 399, Williamsburg, VA, 23187. Thanks to all those who are loyal members of the Tribe Club family. Your support of our gifted and talented athletes is truly appreciated. We could not succeed without you!
Joe Plumeri and Millie West
BOBBY DWYER Sr. Associate AD, Development
Tribe Club Chairman
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The Tribe Club and the Overy Honenberger Group (Financial advisors) hosted the annual oyster roast at Plumeri Park.
The Tribal Fever is a student run fan club focused on William & Mary Athletics. The goal of The Tribal Fever is to create and maintain a culture of school spirit centered around athletic events and expanding into the College community as a whole. The Tribal Fever also plans to increase awareness of sporting events on campus with a goal of increasing student attendance at Tribe sports events. Additionally, we plan to foster opportunities to create a better bond between students and student-athletes.
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William & Mary’s Griffin is a mythical creature with the body of a lion and the head of an eagle. The coat of arms of King William and Queen Mary was adorned with lions, and the lion’s body of our mascot evokes our historic royal founding and early history. The eagle’s head of the Griffin suggests the national symbol of the United States and represents the presidents, leaders, and productive citizens whom William & Mary has trained for centuries.
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During the 2010-11 academic year, TribeAthletics.com received a makeover as William and Mary Athletics partnered with NeuLion to create the Web site’s new look. The improved TribeAthletics.com provides fans indepth information on the Green and Gold with more video, photos and features. Through its ease of navigation and increased content, Tribe fans have never before had more easily accessible information on all their favorite W&M teams. Along with the newly redesigned TribeAthletics. com, fans can also get the latest W&M information through various avenues of social media. W&M Athletics is available on Twitter (@TribeAthletics), on Facebook (Willliam and Mary Tribe Athletics) and on YouTube (TribeAthletics). Fans can get updates from W&M athletic events, see what others are saying about the Green and Gold and keep up with all the latest Tribe news. A number of W&M coaches and sports have also joined in on the social media craze, creating Twitter accounts and Facebook pages. Check out the TribeAthletics.com Social Media Page for a full list, and feel free to follow any and all of the Tribe’s programs.
W&M athletes take part in the NEDA Walk
Along with hard-work and dedication both on the field and i the William and Mary Athletic Department and its student-athle make a positive impact in the community. In 2010, various Tribe a donated their time and energy in different capacities througho and the Hampton Roads area. Among the dozens of activities, T at local schools, volunteered at youth camps, doing communi projects and collected food, clothing and money for non-profit Among the leaders in the Tribe’s efforts in the communit Athletic Advisory Council (SAAC). The SAAC’s goal is to provide a c link between student athletes and the athletic administration, w and supporting the athletic department, college and local c Council is composed of two representatives from each varsit cheerleading team. Selected athletic administrators are nonof the Council.
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Women’s Basketball helps with the ARC Awareness 5K
STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COUNC Men’s Gymnastics collects food for ‘FISH’
SAAC sold ‘One Tribe, One Family’ wristbands, raising more than $20,000 to honor the memory of Lt. To Weaver ‘08 as part of the Todd Weaver Memorial Fun
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Tribe baseball participated in a number of Fitness Nights at The Arc of Greater Williamsburg
Tribe basketball visited the St. Maryâ€™s Home for Disabled Children in Norfolk, Va., during the fall of 2010.
The Colonial Athletic Association continues to build on its reputation as one of the nationâ€™s top collegiate conferences both athletically and academically. The CAA encompasses five of the nationâ€™s nine largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Atlanta. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 12 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 12 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 22 NCAA post-graduate scholars.
CAA CHAMPIONSHIPS BY SCHOOL William & Mary 26
James Madison Old Dominion George Mason VCU UNC Wilmington Hofstra East Carolina Navy Richmond Towson Georgia State American Loyola Delaware Northeastern Virginia Tech Villanova Binghamton Buffalo Drexel UMass
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DELAWARE BLUE HENS
Location: Newark, Del Founded: 1743 President: Dr. Patrick T. Harker (Pennsylvania, 1981) Athletics Director: Bernard Muir (Brown, 1990)
Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Founded: 1891 President: John A. Fry (Lafayette) Athletics Director: Dr. Eric Zillmer (Rutgers, 1980)
GEORGE MASON PATRIOTS
Location: Fairfax, Va. Founded: 1957 President: Dr. Alan G. Merten (Wisconsin, 1963) Athletics Director: Thomas J. Oâ€™Connor (Assumption, 1968)
GEORGIA STATE PANTHERS
Location: Atlanta, Ga. Founded: 1913 President: Dr. Mark P. Becker (Towson State) Athletics Director: Cheryl L. Levick (Missouri, 1974)
Location: Hempstead, N.Y. Founded: 1935 President: Stuart Rabinowitz (City College of New York) Athletics Director: Jack Hayes (Providence, 1989)
JAMES MADISON DUKES
Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Founded: 1908 President: Dr. Linwood H. Rose (Virginia Tech, 1973) Athletics Director: Jeff Bourne (Bridgewater, 1981)
UNC WILMINGTON SEAHAWKS
Location: Wilmington, N.C. Founded: 1947 President: Dr. Rosemary DePaolo (Queens College) Athletics Director: Jimmy Bass (N.C. State, 1978)
Location: Boston, Mass. Founded: 1898 President: Dr. Joseph Aoun (MIT, 1981) Athletics Director: Peter Roby (Dartmouth, 1979)
OLD DOMINION MONARCHS
Location: Norfolk, Va. Founded: 1930 President: John R. Broderick (Northeastern) Athletics Director: Dr. Camden Wood Selig (Washington & Lee)
Location: Towson, Md. Founded: 1866 President: Dr. Robert Caret (Suffolk, 1969) Athletics Director: Mike Waddell (Guilford, 1991)
Location: Richmond, Va. Founded: 1968 President: Michael Rao (South Florida, 1987) Athletics Director: Norwood Teague (North Carolina, 1988)
WILLIAM AND MARY TRIBE
Location: Williamsburg, Va. Founded 1693 President: W. Taylor Reveley III (Princeton) Athletics Director: Terry Driscoll (Boston College, 1969)
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The John Sauer Strength and Conditioning Room
h W. Montgomery Strength Training Center, located er level of Kaplan Arena, was designed by Director Strength and Conditioning John Sauer in 1995. of-the-art center was made possible through the of Joseph W. Montgomery (’74), a former Allelection for the Tribe. The John Sauer Speed and ng Room, a 2,500-square-foot training area, was 010 and expanded the Tribe’s total training area to tely 8,500 square feet.
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24 Custom Olympic Platforms
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach
Aquatic Therapy Pool with Underwater Treadmill
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Mont Linkenauger Suite
Cold Tank/Whirl Pool Area
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The Division of Sports Medicine at the College of William and Mary is responsible for the health care of nearly 450 student-athletes in 23 intercollegiate sports at the countryâ€™s second-oldest institution of higher learning. The athletic training program focuses on the prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries for all intercollegiate student-athletes. Tribe athletes have the luxury of rehabilitating and treating injuries in a state-of-the-art athletic training facility. There are eight full-time certified athletic trainers and two graduate assistants from Old Dominion Universityâ€™s post-graduate athletic training educational program on staff. In addition, a group of undergraduate students serve as athletic training aides and assist in the daily operation of the sports medicine program. W&M Student-Athletes work with an online meal planning for balanced nutrition through Sports Medicine as well.
Assistant A.D., Health Services
MICHELE HEISEL Senior Assistant Athletic Trainer
ANDY CARTER Senior Associate Athletic Trainer
LISA WILKINS Senior Assistant Athletic Trainer
JOHN KNAUL Associate Athletic Trainer
DEIDRE CONNELLY Sports Psychology Consultant
BRYCE MUELLER SHAWN LUCCI Assistant Athletic Trainer
Assistant Athletic Trainer
BRANDI SCHWANE Assistant Athletic Trainer
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The Williamsburg area is host to a number of unique places that attract thousands of visitors each year. Some of the most popular destinations include Busch Gardens and Water Country - two of the most impressive theme parks on the east coast - and both are less than a 10-minute drive from the W&M campus.
Another of Williamsburgâ€™s most popular areas is New Town, which is a vibrant 365-acre community with more than 170 shops and restaurants. Additionally, New Town offers a 12-screen movie theatre and regularly hosts outdoor concerts and special events. Just an hour away from campus is Virginia Beach, which is home to some of the most popular beaches in the region. Also located in the area is the Virginia Beach Amphitheater - a venue that hosts dozens of concerts each year.
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One of the Nationâ€™s Top Golf Destinations
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