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2006 UC San Diego Men’s Volleyball Back Row (from L to R): Asst. Coach Jeff Hall, Blake Hovsepian, Brenden Bowe, Tim Dietrich, Stephen Shaw, Kyle Hansen, Garret Smith, Gerald Houseman, John Mark Wendler, Mike Reuter, Jon Daze, Asst. Coach Brett Bush. Front Row (from L to R): Joseph Sexton, Adam Covington, Brooks Dierdorff, Andy Northness, Head Coach Kevin Ring, Harry Campbell, Jeff Kim, Chris Sayers, Eric Leserman.

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2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL

UCSD QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ..............................La Jolla, Calif. Founded: ..............................................1960 Enrollment: .......................................25,278 Colors: .................................. Blue and Gold Nickname: ........................................ Tritons Affiliation: ...................... NCAA Division II Conference: ....................................... MPSF Facility: ................... RIMAC Arena (5,000) Chancellor: ................. Dr. Marye Anne Fox Athletics Director:.............Earl W. Edwards UCSD Athletics Phone: ........ 858-534-4211 UCSD Athletics Fax: ............858-534-8172 VOLLEYBALL HISTORY First Year of Volleyball: .....................1968* All-Time Record: ........................... 200-497 NCAA Division III Titles ...............1 (2000) NAIA National Titles .....................1 (1970) *records were not kept until 1978 SPORTS INFORMATION Associate AD/SID: .......... David Wahlstrom Office Phone: ........................858-534-8437 Cell Phone: ............................858-967-5346 E-Mail: ....................dwahlstrom@ucsd.edu Assistant SID: ...................... Mark Oshidari Office Phone: ........................858-534-8451 Cell Phone: ............................209-518-0759 E-Mail: .......................moshidari@ucsd.edu SID Fax: ................................858-534-8475 VOLLEYBALL STAFF Head Coach: .............................. Kevin Ring Alma Mater: ..................UC San Diego, ‘98 Record at UCSD (years): ..... 0-0 (first year) Assistant Coach:.......Jeff Hall (Pacific, ‘99) Assistant Coach: Brett Bush (Cal Tech, ‘87) Volleyball Office: ..................858-534-8458 TEAM INFORMATION 2005 Overall Record: ........................... 2-24 2005 MPSF Record:.................. 1-21 (12th) Letterwinners Returning: .........................14 Starters Returning/Lost: ......................... 3/3 Newcomers: ...............................................5 MEDIA SERVICES Internet Home Page: .......... ucsdtritons.com MPSF ......................................mpsports.org NCAA .................................ncaasports.com

TABLE OF CONTENTS Coaching Staff .......................................2 2006 Roster/Schedule ............................3 2006 Student-Athlete Returners......... 4-6 2006 Student-Athlete Newcomers .........7 2006 Statistics/Results ...........................8 All-Time Leaders ............................. 9-10 All-Time Roster ...................................11 vs. All-Time Opponents ................. 12-14 Intercollegiate Athletics .......................15 RIMAC Arena ......................................16 Community Outreach ...........................17 Athletic Performance ...........................18 UCSD - Youngest of the Best ..............19 San Diego America’s Finest City .........20 CREDITS

The UC San Diego men’s volleyball media guide was written, edited and designed by Mark Oshidari, Assistant Sports Information Director, along with David Wahlstrom, Associate A.D. and Sports Information Director. Cover design by Fieldhouse, LLC. Photographs by Brock Scott, Jimmy Gekas, the UCSD Sports Facilities Office and the UCSD Regents Office. Printing by Diego & Son.

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COACHING STAFF 2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL Kevin Ring assumes his new role as head coach at UCSD after spending the previous nine years as an assistant for the men’s squad. He served as the top assistant for Duncan McFarland in 1997 and 1998, Jon Stevenson in 1998 and 1999 and for Ron Larsen from 2000 through the 2005 campaigns. He assisted on the NCAA Division III National Championship squad in 2000. In addition to his duties with UCSD men’s volleyball, Ring has been an adjunct faculty member in the Chemistry Department at the University of San Diego since 2001. He also served as an assistant coach on the women’s volleyball team for the Toreros in 2004-05.

Head Coach

Kevin Ring First Season

A former high school player at Sheldon High School in Eugene, Oregon, Ring got his start at UCSD serving as the men’s volleyball team manager from 1989-91 before playing on the team for three seasons. Prior to graduation from UCSD in 1996, Ring spent five years working for the USA Men’s National Team. He was the full-time USA Team Manager from 1991-93 and part-time Technical Advisor from 1993-96. He accompanied the National Team to both the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona and the 1996 Games in Atlanta. Ring earned two degrees from UCSD, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry in 1996, followed by a Masters Degree in Chemistry in 1998. UCSD men’s volleyball competes in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. The league is comprised of 12 schools, 11 of which are Division I institutions. Included in the conference are the last two NCAA National Champions, Pepperdine (2005) and BYU (2004), along with UCLA, Long Beach State, UC Santa Barbara, Hawaii, Stanford, USC, Cal State Northridge, UC Irvine and Pacific.

Assistant Coach

Jeff Hall

Jeff Hall hails from St. Paul, Minnesota and played collegiate volleyball at the University of the Pacific where he was a full scholarship recipient. Hall received his B.F.A. degree in graphic Design. He was able to compete in the MPSF for two years and was the two time offensive Player of the Year for Pacific. After college Hall was selected to the United States Olympic Festival for two and was able to play on the beach for the AVP professionally for four seasons.

Hall has been coaching for over ten years for men’s and woman’s teams. Most recently he has been the first assistant at Grossmont College for five seasons where his teams finished fifth in the state twice. He has also coached at Seaside Volleyball Club as the Head Coach in Del Mar for seven seasons. His teams have finished third in the nation twice, fifth three times, and seventh and ninth. Hall is currently coaching the 18-1s and is ranked No. 1 in the nation. Jeff also coached locally at Mission Bay high school for three years and is the assistant for the women’s volleyball team at UCSD.

First Season

Hall’s fiancée is Jayme Gutierez and they have a baby girl named Dylan Makela Hall that was born on November 27th 2005. Brett Bush begins his seventh season as assistant coach for the men’s volleyball team. A 1987 graduate of Cal Tech, Bush played collegiate baseball and basketball before joining the University of California’s club volleyball team while pursuing a Ph.D. in Physics. He led the team to a pair of Club National Championships in 1989 and 1990 earning MVP honors in the 1990 season. He then served as assistant coach at Cal in 1991-92, while also spending 1991 as a player on the U.S. Men’s National Team. Bush also served as assistant coach at Boston University from 1992-94, and with the San Diego Spikers women’s professional team in 1994-95.

Assistant Coach

Brett Bush Seventh Season

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ROSTER No. 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 24

Name Mike Reuter Russ Hardy Eric Leserman Andy Northness Jeff Kim Jon Daze Harry Campbell Joseph Sexton Chris Sayers Blake Hovsepian Brenden Bowe Adam Covington Kyle Hansen Tim Dietrich Stephen Shaw Gerald Houseman Brooks Dierdorff John Mark Wendler Garret Smith

Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach:

2006 UC SAN DIEGO Pos. Ht. OH 6-3 OH 6-5 L 6-1 OPP 6-3 OH 6-2 OH 6-3 OH 6-3 L 6-1 OPP 6-2 OH 6-2 OPP 6-3 S 6-2 MB 6-6 MB 6-4 MB 6-6 MB 6-5 S 6-3 MB 6-5 MB 6-6

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL Yr. Hometown/High School Sr. Fremont, CA (Washington HS) So. Orinda, CA (Miramonte HS) Fr. Manhattan Beach, CA (Mira Costa HS) RFr. Arroyo Grande, CA (Arroyo Grande HS) Jr. San Jose, CA (Branham HS) Sr. Orange, CA (Mater Dei HS) RFr. Los Angeles, CA (Santa Monica HS) So. Sacramento , CA (Jesuit HS) Sr. Moorpark, CA (Moorpark HS) RFr. Fresno, CA (Bullard HS) Sr. Oakland, CA (Singapore American HS) Fr. Del Mar, CA (Torrey Pines HS) RFr. Chico, CA (Pleasant Valley HS) RFr. San Marino, CA (Saint Francis HS) So. Westlake Village, CA (Westlake HS) Fr. Brentwood, CA (Liberty HS) Jr. Redlands, CA (Redlands HS) So. Burbank, CA (Village Christian HS) Jr. Los Angeles, CA (Loyola HS)

Kevin Ring Jeff Hall Brett Bush

2006 SCHEDULE DATE Jan. 11 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 8 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 15 Mar. 17 Mar. 30 Apr. 1 Apr. 5 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr. 14 Apr. 15

OPPONENT * Long Beach State Ohio State Ohio State * Stanford * Pacific * Pepperdine * Southern California Princeton * UC Santa Barbara * Long Beach State Cal Baptist * BYU * BYU * UCLA * UC Irvine * UC Santa Barbara * Cal State Northridge Quincy * Southern California * Pepperdine George Mason * Cal State Northridge * UC Irvine * UCLA Cal Baptist * Hawai’i * Hawai’i * Stanford * Pacific

TIME 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

LOCATION UC San Diego Columbus, OH Columbus, OH Stanford Stockton UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego Long Beach Riverside UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego UC San Diego Santa Barbara Northridge UC San Diego Los Angeles Malibu UC San Diego UC San Diego Irvine Los Angeles UC San Diego Honolulu Honolulu UC San Diego UC San Diego

* Mountain Pacific Sports Federation match

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RETURNING PLAYERS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL

Mike Reuter

of the football, basketball and volleyball team… won conference championships in football and volleyball… earned all-league, All-CIF and all-county honors for football… volleyball awards included all-league and league MVP honors… also earned all-league and all-county awards in basketball… named the school’s best all-around senior… other volleyball experience included the Junior Olympic Club, mid-Coast Volleyball and the Junior Olympic beach volleyball team. PERSONAL: Born October 24, 1985 in Arroyo Grande, Calif…. parents are Jim and Debbie Northness… parents graduated from the University of Utah… has two sisters, Emily and Diana… an undeclared major in Roosevelt College… career goals include playing professional beach volleyball and coaching… lists hobbies as beach volleyball, ping-pong, basketball and football.

#1

Junior • 6-3 • OH Fremont, Calif. Washington HS AT UC SAN DIEGO: Started 18 matches in 2005 and recorded the most kills among returning players for the 2006 season... averaged 1.81 kills per game last year... played in seven matches with six kills in 2004. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Washington HS in Fremont, Calif. where he was a member of the basketball and volleyball team… earned league MVP honors on the volleyball team in 2002… tallied a high of 34 kills in a match in his senior year. PERSONAL: Born May 12, 1984 in Hayward, Calif…. parents are Robert Reuter and Jane Numazo… both parents graduated from Valparaiso University… has two siblings, Mark and Mailo… Political Science major in Marshall College. Season 2004 2005 TOTAL

REUTER’S CAREER STATS AT UCSD: MP-MS K E TA Pct SA DIG 12-7 6 3 19 .158 1 13 22-18 127 81 402 .114 9 77 34-25 133 84 421 .116 10 90

Russ Hardy

Jon Daze

Senior • 6-3 • OPP Orange, Calif. Mater Dei HS

TB 1 26 27

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Redshirt in 2005... started four matches in 2004 and recorded 28 kills... recorded a career-high seven kills against USC on Jan. 17, 2004. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Mater Dei HS in Santa Ana, Calif.... member of the volleyball team that was a back-to-back CIF Division III finalist. PERSONAL: Born May 23, 1983... parents are Dennis and Marilyn Daze... has five siblings named Heather, Kelli, Mollie, Libby and Kevin... is a relative of Eric Daze who plays for the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks... a Human Development major in Marshall College... hobbies include body boarding and surfing.

#2

Sophomore • 6-5 • OH Orinda, Calif. Miramonte HS

Season 2004

HARDY’S CAREER STATS AT UCSD: MP-MS K E TA Pct SA DIG 15-8 62 50 174 .069 6 35

Andy Northness

DAZE’S CAREER STATS AT UCSD: MP-MS K E TA Pct SA DIG 21-4 28 26 81 .025 2 25

Harry Campbell

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Started eight matches as a freshman and put down a career-high 14 kills in a win against USC on March 30, 2005... also had matches of nine kills apiece against Hawai’i and BYU. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Miramonte HS in Orinda, Calif. where he was a member of the football and volleyball teams… selected as Contra Costa Athlete of the Year and the All-Bay Area Team on the volleyball squad… also the football team captain in 2000… other volleyball experience included being a member of the Diablo Valley Volleyball Club team that reached as high as fifth in the nation at the Junior Olympics. PERSONAL: Born May 9, 1985 in Berkeley, Calif…. parents are Allen Hardy and Alexandra Wilcox… has one sibling, Matthew… Political Science major with a Economics minor in Sixth College… hobbies include drumming, black and white photography and the guitar. Season 2005

#7

TB 9

#8

Redshirt Freshman • 6-3 • OH Los Angeles, Calif. Santa Monica HS AT UC SAN DIEGO: Redshirt in 2005. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Santa Monica HS where he was a member of the volleyball and cross country team… volleyball team advanced to the CIF first-round… earned All-Bay League honors and named to the Volleyball Magazine Boys Fab-50… other school involvement included the Asian Club, Non-Violence Club, CSF and NHS. PERSONAL: Born January 9, 1987 in Los Angeles, Calif…. the son of George and Carol Campbell… has one sibling, Michael… a Cognitive Science and Engineering major in Warren College… career goal is to be an Aeronautical Engineer… lists hobbies as ping-pong, badminton and sailing.

TB 16

#5

Redshirt Freshman • 6-3 • OPP Arroyo Grande, Calif. Arroyo Grande HS AT UC SAN DIEGO: Redshirt in 2005. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Arroyo Grande HS where he was a member

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RETURNING PLAYERS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL

Joseph Sexton

volleyball. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Bullard HS in Fresno, Calif. where he was a member of the football and volleyball team… the volleyball team won section and league championships… earned all-league honors and several all-tournament honors as captain of the volleyball team… earned the football team’s Coaches Award, all-academic and all-league honorable mention… other school activities included CSF, Leadership and the Founder and President of the Service Club. PERSONAL: Born August 2, 1985 in Fresno, Calif…. the son of Robert and Janelle Hovsepian… parents graduated from Fresno State University… has two older sisters, Allison and Elizabeth… an undeclared major in Warren College.

#9

Redshirt Freshman • 6-3 • OH Los Angeles, Calif. Santa Monica HS AT UC SAN DIEGO: Saw action in 23 matches... recorded 19 digs and a .948 reception percentage in 58 attempts. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Jesuit HS in Carmichael, Calif. where he was a member of the volleyball team coached by Herman Shum… named the volleyball team’s MVP in 2002 and 2003… named first-team all-league in 2002 and league MVP in 2003… also earned the high school’s soccer team’s Best Defensive Player Award on the freshman team… named First Team NCVA All-Region on the club volleyball team. PERSONAL: Born August 11, 1985 in Sacramento, Calif…. parents are Harold and Patricia Sexton… has six older siblings, Jill, Brian, Tracy, Michelle, Amy and Jen… is an undeclared major in Revelle College. Season 2005

SEXTON’S CAREER STATS AT UCSD: MP-MS RE TA Pct. DIG SA A 23-0 3 58 .948 19 6 6

Chris Sayers

Brendan Bowe

Senior • 6-3 • OH Oakland, Calif. Singapore American HS

TB 0

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Started six matches and averaged 1.80 kills per game... recorded 10+ kills four times... notched a career-best 20 kills in a near upset of No. 1 UCLA on Apr. 15, 2005... the outside hitter did not play in the 2003 and 2004 seasons. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Singapore American School in Singapore where he was named two time all-league and MVP in his senior year in volleyball… also notched a gold medal in the high jump for two seasons on the track and field team… other school activities included the Global Village Club and the Spanish Honors Society. PERSONAL: Born October 14, 1982 in Berkely, Calif…. parents are John and Susan Bowe… has one sibling, Alison… Management Science major in Roosevelt College… lists hobbies as music, sports and traveling.

#10

Senior • 6-2 • OPP Moorpark, Calif. Moorpark HS AT UC SAN DIEGO: Appeared in 12 matches with seven kills and two blocks in 2005. BEFORE UC SAN DIEGO: Comes to UCSD from Moorpark College where he was twice named to the All-State team as a member of the volleyball squad. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Moorpark HS where he was a member of the volleyball team coached by Jason Peplinski and Nicole Funfar… earned All-CIF honors for two seasons… also a member of the club volleyball team which recorded a 70-5 record over four seasons… other honors include earning Eagle Scout status. PERSONAL: Born November 18, 1983 in Camarillo, Calif…. parents are Michael and Susanne Wolf… has three siblings, Brian, Melanie and Kirsten… an undeclared major in Muir College… career goal is to become a doctor… other interests include surfing, wakeboarding, snowboarding and beach volleyball. Season 2005

SAYERS’S CAREER STATS AT UCSD: MP-MS K E TA Pct SA DIG 21-4 28 26 81 .025 2 25

Blake Hovsepian

#13

Season 2005

BOWE’S CAREER STATS AT UCSD: MP-MS K E TA Pct SA DIG 22-6 97 43 229 .236 2 38

Kyle Hansen

TB 19

#15

Redshirt Freshman • 6-6 • MB Chico, Calif. Pleasant Valley HS AT UC SAN DIEGO: Redshirt in 2005. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Pleasant Valley HS in Chico, Calif. where he was a member of the basketball and volleyball team… volleyball team went 52-0 over two seasons… earned all-league honors on the volleyball squad… other school activities included Student Government. PERSONAL: Born May 9, 1986 in Chico, Calif…. parents are Ray Hansen and Teresa Wood-Hansen… has one sibling, Patrick… a Biochemistry major in Roosevelt College… other interests include surfing, basketball and playing the piano and guitar.

TB 9

#11

Redshirt Freshman • 6-2 • OH Fresno, Calif. Bullard HS AT UC SAN DIEGO: Redshirt in 2005. BEFORE UC SAN DIEGO: Attended Fresno City College for the fall 2004 semester… coached middle school football and club U-16

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RETURNING PLAYERS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL

Tim Dietrich

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Village Christian HS in Sun Valley, Calif. where he was a member of the basketball and volleyball team… volleyball squad won the 2003 CIF Division IV Championship. PERSONAL: Born September 29, 1984 in Burbank, Calif…. parents are Bruce and Marilyn Wendler… has two siblings, Kristil and Carlan… is an undeclared major in Marshall College… hobbies include mountain biking, golf, tennis and cooking.

#16

Redshirt Freshman • 6-4 • MB San Marino, Calif. Saint Francis HS

Season 2005

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Redshirt in 2005. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Saint Francis HS in La Canada, Calif. where he was a member of the volleyball and basketball team… the volleyball team made the postseason in 2002 and 2003… named First Team AllMission League and First-Team All-Bay Area in 2004… high school bests included 16 blocks, 13 digs and 18 kills… other school involvement included NHS, the Spanish Honor Society, Student Council, Math League, and CSF… club volleyball honors included gold at the 2001 Junior Olympics and sixth-place in 2002. PERSONAL: Born October 10, 1985 in Pasadena, Calif…. parents are Stef and Chris Dietrich… has three siblings, Ali, Jeff and Lindsay… an undeclared major in Sixth College… lists hobbies as all sports and music.

Brooks Dierdorff

Garret Smith

#24

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Notched 117 kills and hit .276 in 2005... reached a season-high of 17 kills against Long Beach State in March of 2005... also reached 10 kills against Cal Baptist one match earlier... appeared in 23 games in 2004… tallied 1.04 kills per game and 16 blocks. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Loyola HS in Los Angeles, Calif. where he was a member of the volleyball, football and basketball team… member of the high school’s 2003 CIF Championship volleyball team… earned first team all-league honors in three seasons… other activities included the Monogram Club. PERSONAL: Born January 20, 1985 in Los Angeles, Calif…. parents are Bill and Theresa Smith… has three siblings, Todd, Chad and Lindsey… a Mechanical Engineering major in Muir College… career goal is to work at an engineering corporation to become a self-employed business owner… hobbies include surfing, snowboarding and fishing.

#20

AT UC SAN DIEGO: Started 21-of-25 matches in 2005... averaged 11.53 assists per game... notched a .436 setting percentage... saw action in 22 matches as a freshman, notching 635 assists and adding 18 kills… named UCSD Rookie of the Year in 2004. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Redlands HS where he was a member of the cross country and volleyball team… earned MVP and all-league honors for three seasons on the volleyball team… other activities included the Art Club and the Redlands Community Theatre volunteer. PERSONAL: Born July 3, 1985 in Redlands, Calif…. parents are Larry and Joanne Dierdorff… a Visual Arts major in Roosevelt College… career goal is to become a professional Photographer… hobbies include art, photography and surfing.

Season 2004 2005 TOTAL

SMITH’S CAREER STATS AT UCSD: MP-MS K E TA Pct SA DIG 23-9 24 17 62 .113 0 8 23-14 117 45 261 .276 2 17 46-23 141 62 323 .245 2 25

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DIERDORFF’S CAREER STATS AT UCSD: MP-MS K E TA Pct SA DIG A 56-22 18 7 35 .314 4 45 635 25-21 22 9 59 .220 5 99 934 81-43 40 16 94 .255 9 144 1569

John Mark Wendler

TB 30

Junior • 6-0 • MB Los Angeles, Calif. Loyola HS

Junior • 6-3 • S Redlands, Calif. Redlands HS

Season 2004 2005 TOTAL

WENDLER’S CAREER STATS AT UCSD: MP-MS K E TA Pct SA DIG 17-12 61 20 120 .342 0 14

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AT UC SAN DIEGO: Started in 12 matches in 2005... put down 61 kills and hit .342... career-high 13 kills at UCSB on Jan. 17, 2005... tallied 12 kills and hit .526 against UCLA on Apr. 15, 2005... redshirted the 2004 season.

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NEWCOMERS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL

Eric Leserman

Stephen Shaw

#4

Freshman • 6-1 • L Manhattan Beach, Calif. Mira Costa HS

Sophomore • 6-6 • MB Westlake Village, Calif. Westlake Village HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Mira Costa HS... member of the CIF South Section Finalist volleyball team... team compiled a 33-2 record and won back-to-back Bay League Championships... member of the Riptides volleyball club for seven years... team won the 2004 and 2005 Junior Olympic championships. PERSONAL: Born April 28, 1987... parents are Richard and Carolyn Leserman... has two siblings named Scott and Ellen... a Management Science major in Muir College... enjoys surfing in his spare time.

Jeff Kim

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Westlake Village HS... member of the volleyball team that won the 2002 and 2003 Marmonte League Championship... team won the Redondo Beach Tournament in 2003 and finished third in CIF Division I in the same year... went to the Junior Olympics in 2002 and 2003 with the SMBC Volleyball Club team. PERSONAL: Born August 12, 1984... parents are Allen Shaw and Eileen Connelly... has two older brothers named Bryan and Chris... Chris played football at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette... a Cognitive Science major with a Neuroscience emphasis in Revelle College.

Gerald Houseman

#6 Junior • 6-2 • OH San Jose, Calif. Branham HS

#18

Freshman • 6-5 • MB Brentwood, Calif. Liberty HS

BEFORE UC SAN DIEGO: Attended Golden West College where the volleyball team went undefeated in 2004 and finished third at the state championships... named second-team All-Conference in 2005... graduated from Branham HS... participated in the 2001 South Bay and 2002 Hawai’i Nation volleyball competitions. PERSONAL: Born January 3, 1984... parents are Sung Chul and Bok Suk Kim... his father won a gold medal for South Korea at the Asian Olympics... has two siblings named Jason and Elisa... Elisa plays volleyball at Bryant College... a Human Biology major in Warren College... hobbies include bodysurfing and playing the guitar.

Adam Covington

#17

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Liberty HS where he was a two-time MVP on the volleyball team. PERSONAL: Born April 23, 1987... parents are Randy and Kathi Houseman... has one sister named Krista... a Management Science major in Muir College.

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#14

Freshman •6-2 • S Del Mar, Calif. Torrey Pines HS HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Torrey Pines HS in Carmel Valley... fouryear varsity member of the volleyball team that was a CIF finalist in 2004 and a quarterfinalist in 2005... earned team MVP honors in 2005... member of the Balboa Bay volleyball club that had one-loss seasons in 2003 and 2004. PERSONAL: Born January 10, 1987... parents are Bill and Karen Covington... father played volleyball at Long Beach State... has one brother named Brett... an undeclared major in Revelle College... hobbies include surfing, hiking and mountain biking.

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2005 STATISTICS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL Name Luke Honnette Adam Toren Adam Rusch Mike Reuter Garret Smith Brendan Bowe Russ Hardy John Mark Wendler Reuben Danley Brooks Dierdorff Nate Jones Chris Sayers Joe Sexton Dickens Tai UC SAN DIEGO OPPONENTS

GP 87 69 87 70 63 54 43 40 22 81 27 29 65 91 92 92

MP-MS 25-23 20-16 26-24 22-18 23-14 22-6 15-8 17-12 9-4 25-21 15-4 12-0 23-0 26-0 26-26 26-26

Name Luke Honnette Adam Toren Adam Rusch Mike Reuter Garret Smith Brendan Bowe Russ Hardy John Mark Wendler Reuben Danley Brooks Dierdorff Nate Jones Chris Sayers Joe Sexton Dickens Tai TEAM UC SAN DIEGO OPPONENTS

G 87 69 87 70 63 54 43 40 22 81 27 29 65 91

RE 25 15 1 11 2 10 2 0 3 1 0 0 3 35 8 116 80

92 92

ATTACK K K/Game E TA 350 4.02 163 810 189 2.74 110 422 186 2.14 59 382 127 1.81 81 402 117 1.86 45 261 97 1.80 43 229 62 1.44 50 174 61 1.52 20 120 30 1.36 30 99 22 0.27 9 59 10 0.37 4 22 7 0.24 11 26 1 0.02 2 6 0 0.00 0 6 1259 13.68 627 3018 1450 15.76 442 2856 DIG BLOCKING DIG Dig/G BS BA 108 1.24 4 37 76 1.10 1 22 21 0.24 4 76 77 1.10 0 26 17 0.27 1 35 38 0.70 1 18 35 0.81 0 16 14 0.35 1 29 20 0.91 0 10 99 1.22 1 32 14 0.52 0 9 6 0.21 0 2 19 0.29 0 0 253 2.78 0 0 797 890

8.66 9.67

13 50

312 492

Pct .231 .187 .332 .114 .276 .236 .069 .342 .000 .220 .273 -.154 -.167 .000 .209 .353

SET

A 8 10 4 7 6 5 1 1 0 934 169 0 6 37 1188 1352

A/Game 0.09 0.14 0.05 0.10 0.10 0.09 0.02 0.03 0.00 11.53 6.26 0.00 0.09 0.41 12.91 14.70

Total 41 23 80 26 36 19 16 30 10 33 9 2 0 0

B/Game 0.47 0.33 0.92 0.37 0.57 0.35 0.37 0.75 0.45 0.41 0.33 0.07 0.00 0.00

BE 1 1 12 2 6 4 1 2 3 7 0 0 0 0

169.0 296.0

1.84 3.22

40 73

SERVE SA 16 20 11 9 2 2 6 0 0 5 3 0 6 0 80 116

SA/Gm 0.18 0.29 0.13 0.13 0.03 0.04 0.14 0.00 0.00 0.06 0.11 0.00 0.09 0.00 0.87 1.26

SE 47 64 43 49 22 29 24 11 9 47 9 11 18 1 384 167

BHE 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 28 4 0 0 1

POINTS 388.5 221.0 239.0 149.0 137.5 109.0 76.0 76.5 35.0 44.0 17.5 8.0 7.0 0.0

P/G 4.47 3.20 2.75 2.13 2.18 2.02 1.77 1.91 1.59 0.54 0.65 0.28 0.11 0.00

40 35

1508.0 1862.0

16.39 20.24

Time 1:19 1:32 2:30 1:30 1:55 1:27 1:28 1:14 2:13 1:10 1:20 1:20 1:25 1:50 2:00 1:30 2:02 2:25 1:15 1:27 2:10 1:28 1:30 1:30 1:30 2:32

Attend 110 147 187 562 133 402 612 719 247 460 259 251 223 198 373 222 278 288 262 311 319 259 2044 2382 177 416

2005 RESULTS Date Jan. 8 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 21 Jan. 22 Jan. 26 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 9 Mar. 11 Mar. 23 Mar. 25 Mar. 30 Apr. 2 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 13 Apr. 15

Opponent Cal Baptist at Cal State Northridge at UC Santa Barbara Stanford Pacific at USC at Pepperdine at Long Beach State at UC Irvine at UCLA Cal State Northridge UC Santa Barbara at Pacific at Stanford Penn State Loyola-Chicago at Cal Baptist Long Beach State Hawai’i Hawai’i USC Pepperdine at BYU at BYU UC Irvine UCLA

W

W

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

Score-by-game 23-30, 22-30, 25-30 28-30, 25-30, 27-30 30-24, 32-30, 25-30, 24-30, 12-15 26-30, 21-30, 24-30 30-28, 24-30, 22-30, 26-30 23-30, 25-30, 25-30 26-30, 23-30, 23-30 22-30, 23-30, 23-30 23-30, 30-28, 30-27, 26-30, 9-15 15-30, 24-30, 21-30 21-30, 26-30, 20-30 27-30, 19-30, 26-30 23-30, 25-30, 19-30 20-30, 27-30, 33-31, 23-30 33-31, 18-30, 17-30, 27-30 38-40, 22-30, 29-31 30-26, 27-30, 32-30, 25-30, 17-15 30-27, 30-28, 26-30, 20-30, 9-15 22-30, 23-30, 22-30 28-30, 26-30, 27-30 30-27, 26-30, 30-27, 30-25 28-30, 18-30, 26-30 19-30, 24-30, 24-30 18-30, 25-30, 26-30 25-30, 27-30, 21-30 30-26, 23-30, 37-35, 20-30, 16-18

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ALL-TIME SINGLE SEASON LEADERS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL SINGLE-SEASON KILLS NAME 1. Tom Black (1996) 2. Eric Mai (1997) 3. Donald Chen (2000) 4. Jim Waller (2003) 5. Nick Rothman (1988) 6. Jim Waller (2002) 7. Jim Waller (2004) 8. Scott McGregor (1986) 9. Jeff Babcock (1988) 10. Donald Chen (2001) 11. Tyson Kerr (1995) 12. Nate Brown (1990) 13. Luke Honnette (2005) 14. Adam Toren (2004) 15. Tom Black (1995) 16. Zack Hite (2000) 17. Jon Yarris (1997) 18. Jeff Urton (2004) 19. Scott Criswell (1986) 20. Nate Brown (1989)

KILLS 550 510 489 440 433 423 405 391 387 376 360 355 350 340 337 335 326 319 317 313

SINGLE-SEASON ATTACKS NAME ATTACKS 1. Tom Black (1996) 1197 2. Eric Mai (1997) 1077 3. Donald Chen (2000) 1043 4. Jeff Babcock (1988) 981 5. Jim Waller (2003) 950 6. Jim Waller (2004) 923 7. Scott McGregor (1986) 899 8. Jim Waller (2002) 950 9. Nick Rothman (1988) 874 10. Donald Chen (2001) 864 11. Luke Honnette (2005) 810 12. Jon Yarris (1997) 769 13. Zack Hite (2000) 763 14. Nate Brown (1990) 751 15. Tom Black (1995) 749 16. Tyson Kerr (1995) 725 17. Zack Hite (1999) 719 18. Jeff Babcock (1986) 707 19. Steve Kremser (1993) 706 20. Adam Toren (2004) 700 SINGLE-SEASON HIT PCT. (Minimum 200 Attempts) NAME 1. Kevin Keyser (2003) 2. Guy Mount (1997) 2. Bruce Williams (1992) 4. John Lim (1989) 5. Kevin Keyser (2004) 6. Guy Mount (1996) 7. Eric Perrine (2001) 8. Dan Thomassen (1996) 9. Jon Lim (1990) 10. Adam Rusch (2005) 10. Paul Miller (1988) 12. John Davey (1989) 13. Matt Minehan (1997)

PCT. .412 .405 .405 .394 .374 .368 .363 .350 .345 .332 .332 .328 .327

14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Tyson Kerr (1995) Matt Minehan (1995) Earnest Yun (2000) Tyson Kerr (1992) Devon Jeffcoat (1999) Brian Foott (2001) John Lim (1988)

.324 .321 .321 .320 .319 .315 .309

SINGLE-SEASON DIGS NAME 1. Dickens Tai (2005) 2. Dickens Tai (2004) 3. Nick Rothman (1989) 4. Jeff Babcock (1988) 5. Chris Mortimer (2003) 6. Nick Rothman (1988) 7. Eric Mai (1997) 8. Nate Brown (1990) 9. Jeff Babcock (1989) 10. Griffin Cogorno (2001) 11. Jeff Urton (2004) 12. Donald Chen (2000) 12. Zack Hite (2000) 14. Donald Chen (2001) 14. Matt Minehan (1997) 16. Eric Perrine (2003) 17. Chris Mortimer (2001) 18. Chris Mortimer (2002) 19. Zack Hite (2001) 20. Adam Toren (2004) 20. Jim Waller (2004)

DIGS 253 240 226 204 192 184 174 170 169 154 153 150 150 148 148 147 143 139 138 136 136

SINGLE-SEASON ACES NAME 1. Eric Mai (1997) 2. Bryan Palmer (1990) 3. Scott Criswell (1986) 4. Scott McGregor (1986) 5. Jim Waller (2003) 5. Jim Waller (2002) 5. Matt Minehan (1997) 5. Nick Rothman (1988) 9. Kurt Seckington (1998) 10. Eric Perrine (2002) 11. Kurt Seckington (1999) 11. Jeff Babcock (1988) 11. Paul Miller (1988) 14. John Lim (1988) 14. Matt Bellers (1986) 16. Adam Toren (2004) 17. Ross Eltherington (1986) 18. Jeff Urton (2004) 18. Donald Chen (2000) 18. Zack Hite (1999) 18. Tom Black (1995) 18. Eric Hallman (1986)

ACES 54 34 33 32 31 31 31 31 28 27 26 26 26 25 25 24 23 22 22 22 22 22

SINGLE-SEASON BLOCKS NAME BLOCKS 1. Kevin Keyser (2004) 137 2. Paul Miller (1988) 135 3. Matt Bellers (1986) 134

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 14. 16. 17. 17. 17. 20.

Matt Minehan (1997) Eric Perrine (2001) Scott Criswell (1986) John Lim (1988) Scott Criswell (1985) Ross Eltherington (1986) Earnest Yun (2000) Kevin Keyser (2003) Eric Perrine (2003) Brian Foott (2001) Donald Chen (2001) John Henderson (1985) Tyson Kerr (1994) Bill Sinclair (1999) Guy Mount (1998) Tyson Kerr (1993) Lawrence Werner (1991)

116 112 111 107 103 99 97 96 91 90 87 87 85 84 84 84 82

SINGLE-SEASON ASSISTS NAME ASSISTS 1. Jordan Hove (2000) 1185 2. Jordan Hove (2002) 1097 3. Satao Minami (1997) 1084 4. Kurt Seckington (1999) 1063 4. Kurt Seckington (1998) 1063 6. Jordan Hove (2001) 1024 7. Eric Perrine (2003) 1004 8. George You (1995) 987 9. George You (1996) 941 10. Brooks Dierdorff (2005) 934

Dickens Tai set the single-season digs record with 253 in 2005.

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ALL-TIME CAREER LEADERS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL CAREER KILLS NAME 1. Jim Waller (2001-04) 2. Tom Black (1993-96) 3. Zack Hite (1998-01) 4. Donald Chen (1999-01) 5. Jeff Babcock (1985-89) 6. Tyson Kerr (1992-95) 7. Adam Toren (2002-05) 8. Jon Yarris (1996-98) 9. Nate Brown (1989-92) 10. Nick Rothman (1988-90) 11. John Lim (1987-90) 12. Lamson Lam (1990-94) 13. Devon Jeffcoat (1996-99) 14. Eric Perrine (2000-03) 15. Eric Mai (1997) 16. Kevin Keyser (2002-04) 17. Guy Mount (1995-98) 18. Ryan Woods (1997-98) 19. Steve Kremser (1991-94)

KILLS 1301 1268 976 971 970 942 804 781 778 707 650 632 531 516 510 507 499 488 485

CAREER ATTACKS NAME ATTACKS 1. Tom Black (1993-96) 2912 2. Jim Waller (2001-04) 2818 3. Jeff Babcock (1985-89) 2406 4. Zack Hite (1998-01) 2330 5. Donald Chen (1999-01) 2160 6. Tyson Kerr (1992-95) 2054 7. Jon Yarris (1996-98) 1811 8. Adam Toren (2002-05) 1712 9. Nate Brown (1989-92) 1685 10. Nick Rothman (1988-90) 1649 11. John Lim (1987-90) 1387 12. Lamson Lam (1990-94) 1373 13. Steve Kremser (1991-94) 1229 14. Eric Perrine (2000-03) 1179 15. Devon Jeffcoat (1996-99) 1105 16. Eric Mai (1997) 1077 17. Ryan Woods (1997-98) 1063 18. Kevin Keyser (2002-04) 1047 19. Scott Criswell (1985-86) 1027 20. Matt Minehan (1993-97) 1002 CAREER HITTING PCT. (Minimum 500 Attempts) NAME 1. Kevin Keyser (2002-04) 2. Guy Mount (1995-98) 3. John Lim (1987-90) 4. Paul Miller (1986-88) 5. Brian Foot (2001-03) 6. Scott McGregor (1986) 7. Matt Minehan (1993-97) 8. Nate Brown (1989-92) 9. Tyson Kerr (1992-95) 10. Scott Criswell (1985-86) 11. Devon Jeffcoat (1996-99) 12. Jeff Urton (2003-04) 13. Donald Chen (1999-01) 14. Jim Waller (2001-04)

PCT. .386 .346 .326 .316 .294 .291 .291 .275 .271 .267 .263 .255 .249 .247

15. 16. 17. 17. 19. 20.

Andy Rupp (2002-04) Adam Toren (2002-05) Eric Perrine (2000-03) Bill Sinclair (1997-99) Luke Honnette (2002, 2005) Lamson Lam (1990-94)

CAREER DIGS NAME 1. Chris Mortimer (2000-03) 2. Dickens Tai (2002-05) 3. Jeff Babcock (1985-89) 4. Zack Hite (1998-01) 5. Nick Rothman (1988-90) 6. Tyson Kerr (1992-95) 7. Tom Black (1993-96) 8. Jordan Hove (1999-02) 9. Jon Yarris (1996-98) 10. Jim Waller (2001-04) 10. Nate Brown (1989-92) 12. Donald Chen (1999-01) 13. Adam Toren (2002-05) 14. Jordan Hove (1999-01) 15. Chris Mortimer (2000-01) 16. Matt Minehan (1993-97) 17. Ben Vernon (1998-00) 18. Griffin Cogorno (2001-02) 19. John Lim (1987-90) 20. Jeff Urton (2003-04)

.241 .238 .231 .231 .223 .217 DIGS 607 588 458 443 429 394 383 371 367 352 352 336 327 280 276 273 242 236 233 211

CAREER ACES NAME ACES 1. Jim Waller (2001-04) 80 2. Kurt Seckington (1996-99) 67 3. Jeff Babcock (1985-89) 64 4. Tom Black (1993-96) 62 5. Eric Perrine (2000-03) 59 6. Adam Toren (2002-05) 58 7. Eric Mai (1997) 54 8. John Lim (1987-90) 53 9. Satao Minami (1994-97) 50 10. Zack Hite (1998-01) 48 10. Nick Rothman (1988-90) 48 10. Scott Criswell (1985-86) 48 13. Donald Chen (1999-01) 46 14. Matt Minehan (1993-97) 44 15. Tyson Kerr (1992-95) 42 15. Eric Hallman (1985-86) 42 17. Jon Yarris (1996-98) 40 18. Bryan Palmer (1989-90) 38 18. Paul Miller (1986-88) 38 20. Nate Brown (1989-92) 37 CAREER BLOCKS NAME BLOCKS 1. Tyson Kerr (1992-95) 304 2. Eric Perrine (2000-03) 277 3. Kevin Keyser (2002-04) 275

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Devon Jeffcoat (1996-99) John Lim (1987-90) Matt Minehan (1993-97) Scott Criswell (1985-86) Brian Foot (2001-03) Guy Mount (1995-98) Paul Miller (1986-88) Jim Waller (2001-04) Zack Hite (1998-00) Jordan Hove (1999-02) Donald Chen (1999-01) Tom Black (1993-96) Adam Toren (2002-05) Jeff Babcock (1985-89) Matt Bellers (1986) Jordan Hove (1999-01) Andy Rupp (2002-04)

246 240 215 214 201 197 197 190 173 171 162 154 141 136 134 127 121

CAREER ASSISTS NAME ASSISTS 1. Jordan Hove (1999-02) 3308 2. Kurt Seckington (1996-99) 2408 3. Satao Minami (1994-97) 2135 4. George You (1995-96) 1928 5. Matt Brega (1990-93) 1602 6. Brooks Dierdorff (2004-pres) 1569 7. John Lee (1987-91) 1314 8. Eric Perrine (2000-03) 1148 9. Nate Jones (2003-05) 920 10. Marco Gentzbouger (1987-88) 916 10. John Childers (1989) 784

Jim Waller (2001-04) holds the career kills mark at UCSD with 1,301 and 80 aces.

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ALL-TIME ROSTER 2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL A Bill Adams ............................... 1971-72 Steven Adler .................................. 1978 Marc Alms..................................... 1993 B Jeff Babcock............................. 1984-89 Mike Badt............................ 1986,88-89 Larry Baldwin .......................... 1973-74 Steve Baldwin ............................... 1974 William Ball .................................. 1981 Maike Bastiani .............................. 1973 Kevin Bateman......................... 1982-83 Chuck Baum.................................. 1980 Matt Bellers................................... 1986 Boby Benfield ............................... 1987 Wendell Birkhofer .................... 1975-76 Howard Bishop ........................ 1984-86 Jim Bishop ............................... 1982-83 Tom Black ................................1993-96 Ken Blackman..........................1988-90 David Blender ............................... 1975 John Blumenshein ......................... 1976 Matthew Bock ............................... 2002 Brendan Bowe............................... 2005 Tad Braun ...................................... 1984 Matt Brega .........................1990, 92-93 Pat Brienan .................................... 1984 Matt Brigham ...........................1991-93 Nate Brown ........................1989-90, 92 Peter Brown .................................. 1975 Art Brownstein .............................. 1970 Casey Buitenhuys.................... 1999, 00 Scott Burk ..................................... 1978 C Clain Campagna ............................ 1973 Christian Carpenter ....................... 1986 Rich Cazares ............................ 1980-82 Bruce Cazden ................................ 1975 Donald Chen ........................2000-2001 Adam Cherry............................1979-82 John Childers ................................ 1989 Griffin Cogorno........................2001-02 Jody Cook-Fisher .....................1996-98 Scott Criswell ...........................1983-86 Rob Crotty..................................... 1991 Brent Couture..................... ......1991-92 Chris Cruz.......................... ......1996-97 D Reuben Danley .............................. 2005 Vinh Dao................................. ...... 2000 John Davey......................... ......1989-90 Alan Dawber..................... ...... 1994, 98 Jon Daze.................................. ...... 2004 Troy Delle ..................................... 1980 George Dempsey ........................... 1978 Gerry Denney ................................ 1978 Brooks Dierdorff ......................2004-05 Jim Dooley .................................... 1980 Mark Durrett ................................. 1974 E John Edwards ................................ 1970 Ross Eltherington .....................1984-86 John Enholm ................................. 1981 Tom Evans .................................... 1973 F Travis Ferguson............................. 1993 Tom Feuer ..................................... 1981 Laurance Flor ................................ 1970 Kevin Flynn....................... ......1999-01 Brian Foott......................... ......2001-03 John Fox ........................................ 1989

Monte Frankel ..........................1980-82 Mark Friedman.............................. 1980 David Fulmer.......................... ...... 1990 G Marco Gentzbourger ................ 1987-88 Geoff Givins............................ 1990, 94 Gerry Goldstein........................1989-92 Mike Goldstein.............................. 1982 Jeff Gorrell ...............................1970-72 Alan Gottlieb................................. 1974 Robert Gottlieb.............................. 1975 Scott Green.........................1984-85, 87 Joe Griffin.......................... ......2001-03 Kaeo Griffin............................. ..... 1999 Dan Grindle................................... 1970 H Mike Hagerty ........................... 1984-85 David Halgren .......................... 1982-85 Eric Hallman ............................ 1983-86 Russ Hardy .................................... 2005 Scot Hastwigs................................ 1999 John Henderson........................1983-85 Chad Hinkle............................. ..... 1994 Zack Hite..................................1998-01 Alan Ho................................... ...... 1999 Earle Holmes............................1970-72 Matthew Holve.........................1999-00 Luke Honnette......................2002, 2005 Pat Houghton ................................ 1988 Jordan Hove....................... ......1999-02 Greg Howorth ..........................1984-85 Sean Hudson ............................1986-88 Matt Hunt .................................1984-85 Scott Hurst .................................... 1986 Brian Hunnicutt..................1994-95, 97 J Jeff Jamile ................................ 1986-87 Hal Jacobs ................................ 1980-82 Devon Jeffcoat................... ......1996-99 Nate Jones.......................... ......2003-05 K Herb Kaufman ............................... 1981 Jim Kendall .............................. 1971-72 Kevin Keyser............................2002-04 Tyson Kerr......................... .......1992-95 Marmaduke Kilpatrick............ ...... 1992 James Kimball..........................2002-03 Kerry Klostermann........................ 1970 Tom Knapp.................................... 1983 George Knight ..........................1984-85 Mitchell Kobara ............................ 1978 Steve Kremser.................... ......1991-94 L Steve LaBonge................... ......1988-89 Lamson Lam...................... ......1990-94 Alan Lambert ................................ 1975 Jeff Lane........................................ 1987 Douglas Larkin.............................. 1987 David Larson................................. 1978 Luke Lau ..................................1987-88 John Lim............................ ......1987-90 Hal Light ..................................1980-82 John H. Lee....................... .1987-89, 91 John J. Lee ................... 1975-76, 78-79 Steve Lee....................................... 1982 Hal Light ............................1979-80, 82 John Lim ..................................1987-90 M Travis MacDonald....... ..................2001 Doug MacLeod. .......................1996-97

Eric Mai ..... ...................................1997 Charles Mann ................................ 1975 Tom McCutchen.......................1988-90 Larry McDonough ........................ 1983 Scott McGregor............................. 1986 Shane Mcguire....................... ..... ..1998 Mike McMahon .......................1974-75 Ed McMahon........ ..... ...................1995 Philip Melese-d’Hospital .............. 1978 Matthew Merliss ......................1972-73 Matthew Miller............................ ..2002 Paul Miller .........................1984, 86-88 Satao Minami......... ..................1994-97 Matt Minehan........... ..........1994-95, 97 Jeff Mindes.................................... 1988 Mike Mitchell...........................1983-84 Raffi Mitilian............................1999-00 James Miyamoto..... ..... .................1999 Anthony Monaghan ...................... 1983 Stacey Moniz ................................ 1980 Jon Mooney................................... 1980 Chris Mortimer........ .................2000-03 Guy Mount.............. .................1995-98 Tim Myrick ..............................1974-75 Dan Mytels ...............................1991-92 N Peter Naumann .............................. 1971 Brian Nessim............................1982-83 F. Ray Nickel ................................ 1970 Peter Nooteboom .......................... 1975 O Chris Oberg ............................. 1970, 72 Bill O’Connor ..........................2001-02 Neal O’Brien ......................1993-94, 96 Shawn Oksensndler..................2001-04 Cooper Owens...... .........................1996 P Bryan Palmer ...........................1989-90 David Pekin........................1978-79, 81 R. Duke Pekin ............................... 1970 Eric Perrine ..............................2000-03 Dhanurjay Patil ..... ........................1994 Gergory Phillips ............................ 1976 Terry Platt...................................... 1974 Ruben Pranata ..........................1997-98 R Jim Rabe................................... 1971-73 Eric Raisters ............................. 1973-74 Mike Rath...................................... 1973 Rich Reitherman ........................... 1970 Mike Reuter .............................2004-05 Michael Reynolds ......................... 1983 Bob Rhodes ..............................1978-80 Randy Richardson ....................1971-72 Matt Riley ................................1995-96 Kevin Ring ...............................1994-95 Elisiv Rogge .................................. 1973 Chris Romey ..... ............................1991 Tim Rose ..................................1970-72 David Rosenberg ......................1974-76 Dan Rosenthal ............................... 1980 Nick Rothman ..........................1988-89 Andy Rupp ...............................2002-04 Adam Rusch .............................2004-05 S Chris Sayers .................................. 2005 Cole Scarboro...........................1994-95 John Shear ..................................... 1991 E. Gordon Schiring ....................... 1986 Carl Schneider............................... 1987 Kurt Seckington.. .....................1996-99

Maurizio Seracini .................... 1971, 73 Joe Sexton ..................................... 2005 Robert Schmid ..... .........................1998 Dennis Shepherd ........................... 1980 Pete Shirvinsky ....................... 1987, 89 Steve Simpson..........................1974-76 Bill Sinclair ..............................1996-99 David Skelly.................................. 1975 Max Sloves...... ..............................1994 Garret Smith .............................2004-05 Taylor Smith.............................1992-93 Terry Snyder.................................. 1981 Al Sotoa ........................................ 1975 Eric Stanger...... .......................1990, 92 Doug Stanley................................. 1984 Brian Sterck ..... .............................1993 Jim Stoner ................................1971-72 Terry Sutton .................................. 1978 T Stanley Tamari .............................. 1976 Dickens Tai ..............................2002-05 Kyle Tarplee. ...... ...........................2001 Todd Tarplee. ...........................2000-01 Lance Taschner. ........................1994-95 Dan Thomassen. .......................1994-97 Scott Thompson ............................ 1983 Tye Thoreson...... ...........................2003 A. Kurt Tollestrup ......................... 1976 Adam Toren..............................2002-05 William Triggs .........................1978-79 U Steve Upp .................................1978-80 Jeff Urton .................................2003-04 V Tom Vengst ................................... 1987 Ben Vernon...............................1998-00 W Chris Wagner............................1980-82 Jim Waller ................................2001-04 Chris Wasden ...........................1984-85 Jay Warren................................1991-92 Paul Warren ..............................1991-92 Ajmal Wardak ...... ...................1998, 00 Chris Wasden ................................ 1995 John Mark Wendler ....................... 2005 Matt Wendt ...... ..............................2003 Lawrence Werner .....................1990-91 Matthew Widmer .......................... 1975 Bruce Williams.........................1991-92 James Williams ...... .......................1998 Erik Willis ................................1978-80 John Woodward............................. 1973 Ryan Woods .............................1997-98 Y George Yamashite .................... 1973-74 Mitchell Yap ...... ............................1993 Jon Yarris ...... ...........................1996-98 Tom Yengst ................................... 1987 Robert Ying ................................... 1975 Chris Yoshino ........................... 1980-83 T.J. Young ................................2002-03 George You ..............................1995-96 Earnest Yun ..............................1999-00 Z Eric Zarakou.................................. 1979

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VOLLEYBALL vs. ALL-TIME OPPONENTS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL 2005 Jan. 8 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 21 Jan. 22 Jan. 26 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 9 Mar. 11 Mar. 23 Mar. 25 Mar. 30 Apr. 2 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 13 Apr. 15

CBU at Cal State Northridge at UC Santa Barbara Stanford Pacific at USC at Pepperdine at Long Beach State at UC Irvine at UCLA Cal State Northridge UC Santa Barbara at Pacific at Stanford PSU Loyola at CBU Long Beach State Hawaii Hawaii USC Pepperdine at BYU at BYU UC Irvine UCLA

L0–3 L0–3 L2–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L2–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L1–3 L0–3 W3–2 L2–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–1 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L2–3

2004 Jan. 10 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 23 Jan. 24 Jan. 26 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 4 Mar. 6 Mar. 10 Mar. 12 Mar. 26 Mar. 27 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 13 Apr. 17

Quincy (IL) at Cal Baptist at USC Pacific Stanford Princeton at Hawaii at Hawaii vs. Lewis at Penn State at UCLA at UC Irvine at Pepperdine La Verne Long Beach State at UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Northridge USC Pepperdine UCLA UC Irvine at Stanford at Pacific BYU BYU UC Santa Barbara Cal State Northridge Cal Baptist Long Beach State

W3–1 L1–3 W3–1 L0–3 W3–1 W3–1 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 W3–2 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L1–3 L0–3 W3–2 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 W3–2 L1–3 L2–3 L0–3

2003 Jan. 10 Jan. 15 Jan. 18 Jan. 19 Jan. 24 Jan. 25 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 5 Mar. 8 Mar. 12

Cal Baptist at Long Beach State Ohio State Ohio State at UC Irvine at UCLA Princeton USC Pepperdine at Brigham Young at Brigham Young at Pacific at Stanford Cal State Northridge UC Santa Barbara Long Beach State UCLA UC Irvine Concordia (NY) at USC

L0–3 L0–3 W3–1 W3–0 L1–3 L1–3 W3–0 L2–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 W3–2

Mar. 15 Mar. 26 Mar. 28 Mar. 31 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 11 Apr. 12

at Pepperdine Hawaii Hawaii at La Verne Pacific Stanford at Cal State Northridge at UC Santa Barbara

L1–3 L0–3 L1–3 W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3

2002 Jan. 12 Jan. 18 Jan. 19 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 13 Mar. 16 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Mar. 31 Apr. 4 Apr. 6 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 13

at Cal Baptist USC Pepperdine at UC Irvine at UCLA Princeton UC Irvine UCLA at Hawaii at Hawaii at Cal State Northridge at UC Santa Barbara at USC Mercyhurst (PA) Long Beach State Pacific Stanford UC Santa Barbara Cal State Northridge Concordia (NY) NYU at Pepperdine at Pacific at Stanford at Santa Cruz at Long Beach State La Verne Brigham Young Brigham Young Cal Baptist

L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–1 W3–1 L1–3 L2–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 L1–3 L0–3 W3–0

2001 Jan. 12 Jan. 13 Jan. 19 Jan. 26 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 24 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 7 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 14 Mar. 16 Mar. 27 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Apr. 6 Apr. 7 Apr. 11 Apr. 14

at Cal Baptist UC Santa Barbara at USC Pepperdine at Long Beach State Princeton at La Verne at Brigham Young at Brigham Young Hawaii Stanford Pacific UC Santa Cruz at UC Irvine at UCLA Loyola (IL) Lewis (IL) Cal State Northridge NYU Quincy (IL) at Pepperdine at UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Northridge UCLA UC Irvine Cal Baptist La Verne

L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L1–3 W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L2–3 W3–1 W3–0 L1–3 L1–3 L2–3 L1–3 L0–3 W3–2 W3–0

2000 Jan. 13 Jan. 14 Jan. 15 Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 Feb. 5 Feb. 11

at Pacific at Stanford at UC Santa Cruz Long Beach State USC at UC Santa Barbara La Verne UC Santa Cruz at UCLA

L0–3 L0–3 W3–1 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 W3–0 L0–3

Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 Mar. 1 Mar. 3 Mar. 4 Mar. 7 Mar. 14 Mar. 18 Mar. 30 Mar. 31 Apr. 5 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr. 11 Apr. 14 Apr. 15

Stanford at UC Irvine at La Verne at Brigham Young at San Diego State Pacific Pepperdine Loyola Marymount Vassar (NY) NYU Hawaii Hawaii at Long Beach State at USC at Cal State Northridge San Diego State at Stevens Tech (NJ) NYU

L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 W3–1 L2–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–2 W3–0 W3–0

1999 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 29 Feb. 2 Feb. 5 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 27 Mar. 5 Mar. 9 Mar. 12 Mar. 23 Mar. 26 Mar. 27 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 4 Apr. 6 Apr. 13 Apr. 17

Stevens Tech (NJ) at Pepperdine at Hawaii at Hawaii at USC Cal State Northridge at Long Beach State Princeton Brigham Young UC Santa Barbara UCLA at San Diego State at La Verne UC Santa Cruz at Loyola Marymount Pacific Stanford UC Irvine La Verne at Pacific at UC Santa Cruz at Stanford USC San Diego State Long Beach State

W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–2 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 L1–3 L1–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3

1998 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 23 Jan. 24 Jan. 28 Jan. 31 Feb. 3 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 21 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 3 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 13 Mar. 24 Mar. 25 Mar. 27 Mar. 31 Apr. 3 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 14

La Verne at Cal State San Bernardino at Stanford at Pacific at Long Beach State at USC at UC Irvine at UCLA San Diego State at Brigham Young Hawaii Hawaii Cal State San Bernardino Stanford Pacific Loyola Marymount at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Cruz Pepperdine at Cal State Northridge at La Verne USC Long Beach State at San Diego State

L2–3 W3–1 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–1 L0–3 L1–3 L1–3 L0–3 W3–2 L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3

1997 Jan. 7 Jan. 15 Jan. 17 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 Jan. 31 Feb. 1

Cal State San Bernardino at Hawaii at Hawaii at USC Princeton Stanford Pacific

W3–0 L0–3 L1–3 L1–3 L2–3 L0–3 L1–3

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VOLLEYBALL vs. ALL-TIME OPPONENTS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 21 Feb. 24 Feb. 28 Mar. 4 Mar. 9 Mar. 11 Mar. 27 Mar. 29 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 11 Apr. 12 Apr. 15

UC Santa Cruz at La Verne UCLA USC Long Beach State at Loyola Marymount La Verne at Pepperdine Brigham Young at San Diego State at Long Beach State UC Irvine UC Santa Barbara Cal State Northridge vs. Springfield at Juniata at Pacific at Stanford San Diego State

W3–0 L1–3 L1–3 W3–2 W3–2 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L2–3 L1–3 L2–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3

1996 Jan. 19 Jan. 19 Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan. 20 Jan. 22 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 17 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Mar. 1 Mar. 5 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 12 Mar. 16 Mar. 26 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Apr. 4 Apr. 9 Apr. 12 Apr. 13

vs. Brock (CAN) vs. Juniata (PA) vs. Guelph (CAN) at Wilfird Laurier (CAN) vs. Durham (CAN) at Wilfrid Laurier (CAN) at USC at Cal State Northridge Princeton Pacific Stanford at UC Irvine at UCLA at San Diego State UC Berkeley Cal State San Bernardino La Verne at Long Beach State at La Verne at Brigham Young Vassar Loyola (IL) Pepperdine Loyola Marymount USC at UC Santa Barbara Hawaii Hawaii Long Beach State San Diego State at Stanford at Pacific

W2–1 W2–1 W3–0 W3–1 W3–2 W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 L2–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L2–3 W3–2 W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 W3–0 W3–1 L0–3 L2–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3

1995 Jan. 23 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 23 Feb. 28 Mar. 4 Mar. 7 Mar. 9 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 4 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr.12 Apr. 15 Apr. 18

Princeton Cal State Northridge UC Santa Barbara Stanford Pacific Long Beach State USC at San Diego State at Hawaii at Hawaii at Loyola Marymount La Verne Brigham Young Lewis (IL) at Pepperdine at Pacific at Stanford at Long Beach State UC Irvine at La Verne at USC UCLA San Diego State

L2–3 L0–3 L0–3 L2–3 L1–3 L1–3 L0–3 L2–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L1–3 L2–3 L0–3 L1–3 W3–2

1994 Jan. 7 Jan. 15 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Jan. 28 Feb. 4 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Mar. 3 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 11 Mar. 23 Mar. 25 Mar. 30 Apr. 1 Apr. 5 Apr. 9 Apr. 15 Apr. 16

at Pepperdine at UC Santa Barbara Princeton at USC Long Beach State at Pacific at Stanford at UC Santa Cruz USC La Verne at Long Beach State at La Verne San Diego State at Brigham Young at San Diego State Ball State Pepperdine Hawaii Hawaii Loyola Marymount at Cal State Northridge at UCLA at UC Irvine Pacific Stanford

L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 W3–0 L0–3 L2–3 L0–3 W3–1 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L2–3 L1–3 L0–3

1993 Jan. 14 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 3 Feb. 5 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 12 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 6 Mar. 9 Mar. 12 Mar. 27 Mar. 30 Apr. 3 Apr. 9 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 23 Apr. 24

at Pepperdine San Diego State Pacific Cal State Northridge UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at Cal State Northridge at Indiana-Purdue, Fort Wayne at Hawaii at Indiana-Purdue, Fort Wayne at La Verne at Long Beach State at USC Stanford UCLA at San Diego State Brigham Young Indiana-Purdue, Fort Wayne at Loyola Marymount Long Beach State La Verne USC UC Irvine at Hawaii at Hawaii at Pacific at Stanford

L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 W3–1 L1–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3

1992 Jan. 10 Jan. 11 Jan. 17 Jan. 21 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 12 Feb. 21 Feb. 25 Feb. 29 Mar. 7 Mar. 13 Apr. 7 Apr. 10 Apr. 11

at Pepperdine at UCLA at UC Irvine at USC UC Irvine La Verne at Long Beach State Hawaii at UC Santa Cruz at San Diego State at La Verne Ball State George Mason San Diego State La Verne UC Santa Cruz

L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–0 L1–3 L2–3 L1–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 W3–0 L0–3

1991 Jan. 10 Jan. 19 Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 2

at Pepperdine Cal State Northridge at Long Beach State at Santa Clara at Menlo

L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L2–3 W3–1

Feb. 3 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 23 Mar. 5 Mar. 8 Mar. 9

at UC Santa Cruz at Cal State Northridge La Verne Menlo Santa Clara Long Beach State UC Santa Cruz Ball State at La Verne UC Irvine

L1–3 L0–3 W3–1 W3–1 W3–1 L0–3 W3–2 L1–3 W3–0 W3–0

1990 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Feb. 3 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 10 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 28 Mar. 2 Mar. 3 Mar. 7 Mar. 9 Mar. 29 Mar. 30 Mar. 31 Apr. 1 Apr. 6 Apr. 11 Apr. 18 Apr. 20 Apr. 21 Apr. 27 Apr. 28

at Loyola Marymount at Long Beach State at George Mason at UC Santa Barbara at Indiana-Purdue, Fort Wayne at Rutgers – Newark Cal State Northridge at UC Irvine at San Diego State at Long Beach State UC Irvine at Cal State Northridge Loyola Marymount Ball State San Diego State UC Santa Cruz at Santa Clara at UC Santa Cruz at Menlo La Verne Long Beach State at La Verne Santa Clara Menlo at UC Santa Cruz at Santa Clara

L1–3 L0–3 L1–3 L1–3 L1–3 L1–3 L1–3 L1–3 L1–3 L0–3 L2–3 L1–3 L1–3 L0–3 L1–3 W Fore. W3–1 W3–0 W3–0 W3–0 L0–3 W3–1 W3–0 W3–0 W3–0 W3–0

1989 Jan. 13 Jan. 13 Jan. 13 Jan. 13 Jan. 14 Jan. 14 Jan. 14 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 20 Jan. 21 Jan. 24 Jan. 27 Jan. 27 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 25 Mar. 1 Mar. 4 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 10 Apr. 3 Apr. 4 Apr. 7 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 11 Apr. 14 Apr. 18 Apr. 22 Apr. 28 Apr. 29

vs. UC Berkeley vs. Cal Poly vs. Cal Poly Pomona vs. Fresno State vs. Humboldt State vs. Sonoma State vs. Brigham Young vs. USC Pepperdine Long Beach State Cal State Northridge Princeton vs. Long Beach State vs. Hawaii vs. Rutgers – Newark vs. UC Santa Barbara UC Irvine at Long Beach State Santa Clara at UC Irvine at Cal State Northridge Ball State Indiana-Purdue, Fort Wayne San Diego State Eastern Montana Chapman at Stanford at UC Santa Cruz at Menlo La Verne at Chapman at San Diego State at La Verne at Chapman at La Verne

W2–0 W2–0 W2–0 W2–1 L1–2 W2–0 L0–2 L0–2 L1–3 L0–3 L1–3 W3–1 L0–2 L0–2 W2–1 L0–3 L2–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L2–3 L0–3 W3–0 W3–0 L0–3 W3–0 W3–1 W3–0 W3–0 L2–3 W3–1 W3–0 W3–1

1988 Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 22

at Menlo vs. UC Santa Barbara vs. Humboldt State

W3–0 L0–2 L1–2

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VOLLEYBALL vs. ALL-TIME OPPONENTS 2006 UC SAN DIEGO MEN’S VOLLEYBALL Jan. 22 Jan. 22 Jan. 22 Jan. 23 Jan. 23 Jan. 23 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 12 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 8 Mar. 1 Mar. 12 Mar. 29 Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 5 Apr. 9 Apr. 12 Apr. 14 Apr. 22 Apr. 23

vs. Brigham Young vs. Hawaii vs. UC Davis vs. UC Irvine vs. UC Santa Cruz vs. Arizona State Princeton Cal State Northridge Hawaii at Long Beach State at San Diego State at Loyola Marymount at Cal State San Bernardino San Diego State at Cal State Northridge Navy Cal State San Bernardino Long Beach State at Chapman Loyola Marymount at La Verne UC Irvine Chapman La Verne at UC Irvine Chapman UC Irvine

L0–2 L0–2 L1–2 L1–2 L1–2 W2–0 W3–0 W3–2 L0–3 L1–3 L1–3 L W3–0 L2–3 L1–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3 L1–3 W3–2 L L1–3 W3–1 W3–2 W3–1 W3–1 L0–3

1987 Jan. 19 Jan. 19 Jan. 19 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 23 Jan. 23 Jan. 23 Jan. 24 Jan. 24 Jan. 24 Jan. 24 Jan. 31 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 20

UC Irvine UC San Francisco UC Santa Barbara UCLA Arizona UC Santa Cruz Humboldt State UC Davis UC Santa Cruz UCLA Calgary Loyola Loyola Marymount Cal State Northridge Loyola Marymount San Diego State Long Beach State La Verne Cal State San Bernardino

W2–0 W2–0 L0–2 L0–2 W2–0 W2–0 W2–0 W2–0 L1–2 L0–2 L0–2 L0–2 L1–3 L2–3 L0–3 L0–3 L W3–1 W3–2

Feb. 24 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 11 Mar. 13 Mar. 14

Long Beach State Cal State San Bernardino La Verne Navy San Diego State George Mason Chapman Cal State Northridge

L W3–0 W W L1–2 L0–3 W3–0 W

1986 Jan. 17 Jan. 18 Jan. 18 Jan. 18 Jan. 18 Jan. 18 Jan. 18 Jan. 31 Jan. 31 Jan. 31 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 1 Feb. 1 Feb. 1 Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 25 Feb. 28 Mar. 1 Mar. 5 Mar. 8 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 15

at St. Mary’s vs. UC Davis vs. UC Riverside at UC Berkeley vs. UCLA at UC Berkeley vs. UCLA vs. UC Berkeley vs. Humboldt State vs. UCLA vs. San Jose State vs. Winnipeg vs. Brigham Young vs. Cal State Northridge vs. St. Mary’s at San Diego State Loyola Marymount at Long Beach City at Cal State Northridge Chapman La Verne at Long Beach City at Chapman Penn State at La Verne at Long Beach State Cal State Northridge San Diego State at Loyola Marymount Indiana-Purdue, Fort Wayne

W3–1 S1–1 W2–0 W2–0 W2–0 W2–1 L0–2 W2–0 W2–0 L0–2 W2–1 L0–2 L0–2 L0–2 W2–0 L0–3 L0–3 W W3–2 W3–1 W3–0 W3–1 W3–1 L0–3 W3–2 L0–3 L2–3 L0–3 L W3–2

1985 Jan. 11 Jan. 15 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 25 Jan. 25

at Cal State Northridge at Pepperdine at San Diego State vs. Sacramento State vs. Manitoba vs. Stanford

L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 W2–1 L0–2 L0–2

Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Jan. 26 Jan. 26 Jan. 26 Feb. 8 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 11 Mar. 13 Mar. 15 Apr. 5 Apr. 12 Apr. 16

vs. Loyola Marymount vs. St. Mary’s vs. Arizona vs. Brigham Young vs. Chico State San Diego State Loyola Marymount at Cal State Long Beach at USC Penn State Cal State Long Beach George Mason at Chapman Cal State Northridge at UC Santa Barbara Chapman Pepperdine

L1–2 W2–0 W2–0 L1–2 W2–1 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 W3–1 L0–3 L1–3 W3–0 L1–3 L0–3 W3–0 L0–3

1984 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 21 Jan. 21 Jan. 21 Jan. 21 Jan. 24 Jan. 27 Jan. 27 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 Jan. 28 Jan. 28 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 21 Feb. 24 Feb. 28 Mar. 3 Mar. 10 Mar. 16 Apr. 4 Apr. 5 Apr. 14

at Pepperdine vs. UCLA vs. UC Berkeley vs. UC Santa Cruz vs. UC San Francisco vs. UC Irvine at San Diego State vs. Manitoba vs. St. Mary’s vs. Stanford vs. University of Arizona vs. Cal Poly vs. Chico State vs. UC Davis at Loyola Marymount Cal State Long Beach at UC Santa Barbara USC San Diego State Cask N’ Cleaver at Cal State Northridge at USC Cal State Northridge George Mason at Cal State Long Beach UC Santa Barbara Pepperdine

L0–3 L0–2 L0–2 L1–2 W2–0 W2–0 L0–3 L0–2 W2–0 L0–2 W2–0 L0–2 L1–2 L0–2 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L1–3 L1–3 W3–1 L1–3 L0–3 L1–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3 L0–3

VOLLEYBALL vs. ALL-TIME OPPONENTS OPPONENT MATCHES Arizona State.........................................................1-0 Ball State ...............................................................0-4 Brigham Young ...................................................0-23 Brock(CAN)..........................................................1-0 Cal Baptist.............................................................3-6 Calgary ..................................................................0-1 Cal Poly.................................................................3-4 Cal Poly Pomona ..................................................1-0 Cal State Long Beach..........................................2-44 Cal State Northridge ...........................................2-40 Cal State Sacramento ............................................2-1 Cal State San Bernardino ......................................8-0 Chapman ...............................................................5-1 Chico State ............................................................1-2 Concordia(NY) .....................................................2-0 Durham(CAN) ......................................................1-0 Fresno State...........................................................1-0 George Mason .......................................................0-4 Humboldt State .....................................................2-2 Indiana-Purdue at Fort Wayne ..............................0-4 Juniata(PA) ............................................................1-1

La Verne ............................................................31-10 Lewis(IL) ..............................................................0-3 Loyola(IL) .............................................................1-3 Loyola Marymount .............................................3-20 Manitoba ...............................................................0-2 Menlo ....................................................................6-0 Mercyhurst(PA) .....................................................1-0 Navy ......................................................................1-1 NYU ......................................................................4-0 Occidental .............................................................1-0 Ohio State..............................................................2-0 Pacific..................................................................0-25 Penn State..............................................................2-1 Pepperdine...........................................................0-28 Princeton ...............................................................7-4 Quincy(IL) ............................................................2-0 Rutgers University-Newark ..................................1-1 San Diego State ...................................................2-30 San Jose State........................................................1-0 Santa Clara University ..........................................5-1 Sonoma State ........................................................1-0 Springfield .............................................................0-1

Stanford ...............................................................1-27 Stevens Tech .........................................................2-0 St. Mary’s ..............................................................4-0 UC Berkeley..........................................................5-2 UC Davis...............................................................2-4 UC Irvine ............................................................7-23 UCLA..................................................................0-30 UC Riverside.........................................................7-2 UC San Francisco .................................................4-0 UC Santa Barbara ...............................................1-28 UC Santa Cruz ....................................................15-8 University of Arizona ............................................3-0 University of Guelph(CAN) .................................1-0 University of Hawaii ...........................................0-30 USC .....................................................................3-28 USIU .....................................................................3-2 Vassar(NY)............................................................2-0 Wilfrid Laurier(CAN) ...........................................2-0

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UCSD INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

A Proud Tradition of Academic and Athletic Excellence!

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS •

Triton teams have captured 29 National Championships while 35 teams have finished as National Runners-Up. 33 others have achieved National Third Place honors.

Individually, 110 Triton student-athletes have captured National Championships and a remarkable 850 student-athletes have been named to All-America teams.

Women’s Volleyball 1981 • 1984 • 1986 • 1987 1988 • 1990 • 1997

UCSD student-athletes have excelled academically as well, earning 21 prestigious NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarships and 127 Academic All-America selections. Consistently, over 55 percent of the student-athletes earn a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, placing them on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

Women’s Water Polo 1986 • 1990 • 1991 1992 • 1994

UCSD was awarded the 1998 Sears Directors’ Cup for NCAA Division III, recognizing the nation’s top overall athletic program. Since moving to Division II in 2000, the Tritons have finished fourth, third, 12th, second, and sixth respectively.

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Provide a broad base of men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports. Attract students of high academic capabilities and athletic talent who are representative of the diversity of the people of the state of California. Promote healthy physical activity, athletic competition, communications and interpersonal skills, teamwork, and overall personal growth. Promote the principles of ethical conduct, fair play, and respect and understanding of others. Promote the academic advancement and graduation of student-athletes and prepare student-athletes for lifelong learning, future careers, and engaged citizenship. Foster the development of student-athletes’ abilities to live successfully in a diverse and global society. Enhance student life at UCSD and foster campus pride and community support. Participate competitively in an athletic conference that complements and supports the mission and goals of the UCSD Intercollegiate Program and the campus.

Women’s Soccer 1989 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 1999 • 2000 • 2001

Women’s Tennis 1985 • 1987 • 1989 • 1994 Men’s Soccer 1988 • 1990 • 1993

Men’s Volleyball 1970 • 2000

Men’s Golf 1993

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Our Mission...

Earl W. Edwards - Director of Athletics Earl W. Edwards accepted the position of Director of Athletics at UC San Diego in March, 2000. Under his guidance, the 23-sport program has made a successful transition from the NCAA Division III to Division II. In fact, UCSD has surpassed all expectations in Division II, capturing women’s soccer national championships in both 2000 and 2001, and finishing in the top-10 of the Director’s Cup standings in four of its first five seasons. Edwards’ move to UC San Diego represented a homecoming, as he had previously served as Associate Athletic Director at UCSD from 1987 to 1993. He then took a position as Director of Athletics at East Stroudsburg University in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. During his seven-year tenure at the NCAA Division II institution, he served on numerous NCAA committees, including a 1999 appointment to the Division II Management Council. Edwards is also currently a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Executive Committee. Edwards is a 1972 graduate of East Stroudsburg with a master’s degree in Physical Education and Sports Administration from the University of Massachusetts. In addition to East Stroudsburg, he has athletic administration experience at UMass, UC Davis, the University of Michigan, Drexel University and UC San Diego. While previously serving at UCSD, Edwards initiated the Triton Athletic Associates, the athletic department’s primary fund-raising source. Edwards now presides over a UC San Diego program which is recognized nationally for both its athletic and academic achievements.

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RIMAC ARENA UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

The Recreation, IntraMural, Athletic Complex (RIMAC) is the cornerstone of the UCSD sports facilities. This nearly 200,000 square foot facility is located just south of the 12-acre North Campus Recreation Area Field on the northwest corner of the campus. Opened in January 1995, RIMAC is a multi-purpose facility with the most advanced forms of quality control, state-of-the-art equipment and a strong staff commitment to customer service. Every room in RIMAC is climate controlled and many of the spaces feature an abundance of natural lighting. RIMAC houses the offices of the Intercollegiate Athletics, Recreation and Sports Facilities departments. RIMAC also features a variety of recreational, educational, and meeting spaces which can accommodate a variety of activities. The RIMAC Arena is a multi-use facility capable of accommodating a wide variety of activities ranging from large spectator events including ceremonies and concerts to athletic competitions and tournaments. The 44,000 square foot floor is also capable of accommodating large floor exhibits. The Arena Floor is spring loaded employing the use of Robbins Bio-Cushion I and is curtain divisible for multi-sport use in basketball (total of five courts), volleyball, and badminton. The arena is furnished with 10 retractable glass basketball backboards, and floor plates and sleeves for volleyball and badminton. Employing the use of telescopic bleachers and floor seats, the RIMAC Arena may accommodate up to 5,000 people. RIMAC is home to the UCSD men and women’s basketball teams along with the men and women’s volleyball squads. Over 50 home athletic events are contested in RIMAC every year, and with entusiastic support from both the campus and surrounding communities, the Tritons truly enjoy a home court advantage. Both of the basketball and volleyball teams utilize the main court for both practice and games, while the auxiliary courts, which are located on the third floor, are used only for practices.

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS The University of California, San Diego Department of Athletics is committed to actively participating in the community through a variety of outreach events and services. Student-athletes from 23 sports participate in a wide range of service and outreach programs in and around the San Diego area. In 2003-04 the Tritons began the “Team Up!” program. This program assists local elementary schools that do not have a physical education component in their current curriculum. UCSD student-athletes provide healthy physical activity and create an environment for elementary school students that foster positive thinking and team building. The program was run at the Del Mar Heights Elementary School in the morning hours prior to school starting and during the students’ lunch periods during the past two years. Triton student-athletes make the holidays brighter for 12 families in the San Diego area on an annual basis, providing a plethora of gifts and holiday cheer. Triton teams paired up and each tandem purchased presents, food, and goodies to deliver to their adopted family before the holidays. Families were selected by the Neighborhood House Association which runs the Head Start programs throughout San Diego County. Student-athletes contacted the families to find out what special presents the children wanted, as well as what sort of clothing or other needs could be met. Teams delivered the presents in person and spent time with the families, often playing games with the children. Families each received approximately $300-$500 worth of gifts, depending on the number of children. Presents ranged from a bike for one child to clothing and food for the parents. In conjuction with the California Collegiate Athletic Association as the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Triton student-athletes have gone to work to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in each of the last two years. The student-athletes held a bake sale during the Annual Sun God Festival on the UCSD campus. Each team brought baked goods for a sale in the evening prior to the festival’s main event. The goal at each CCAA member institution was to raise $1 per student-athlete. Triton student-athletes far exceeded this goal, raising over $1,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in 2005. Additionally, the Intercollegiate Athletics Department holds an annual Blood Drive to benefit the American Red Cross. All coaches, staff and out of season student-athletes participated in the blood drive, while those student-athletes who were in season recruited other students on campus to donate blood on their behalf.

UCSD ATHLETICS COMMUNITY OUTREACH Volunteer Connection Adopt-A-Family Thanksgiving Program Hands Across America St. Vincent De Paul Soup Kitchen Row for the Cure Preuss School Clinics Starlings Volleyball Club Habitat for Humanity San Diego Special Olympics California Half Ironman Volunteers Mission Bay - Beach Clean Up Race for the Cure Boy’s and Girl’s Club Sports Clinics

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ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE / SPORTS MEDICINE UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

Two integral parts of the UC San Diego athletic department are the Athletic Performance Program and the Sports Medicine Program, both of which provide a tremendous advantage to all 23 of the UCSD intercollegiate sports. The Athletic Performance Program is geared toward teaching each student-athlete how to achieve the highest level of athletic development through enhancement of all components of strength and conditioning. Athlete workouts are monitored and planned out by Matt Kritz, UCSD’s Director of Athletic Performance who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Triton athletics. Kritz represents the only full-time strength and conditioning coach in the entire CCAA. The Tritons work out in the RIMAC weight room that is over 12,000 square feet in size with state of the art equipment. The UCSD Athlete Performance Program is truly designed with the student-athlete’s enhancement in mind. Very few programs at the Division II level have such expertise and first class facilities at the disposal of the student-athlete helping to further distinguish the Triton Athletic Department as one of the premier intercollegiate programs in the country. The UC San Diego Sports Medicine Center is the hub for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic-related injuries suffered by Triton studentathletes. Under the supervision of head athletic trainer Marcia Klaiber MA, ATC and her staff, UCSD athletes receive the highest quality medical care and access to an extensive network of physicians and other medical specialists. Alongside Klaiber is assistant athletic trainer Kevin Messey MS, ATC, CSCS, who assists in every aspect of the training room.

Marcia Klaiber

Matt Kritz

The rest of the training room staff is comprised of two part-time ATCs and an average of 10 athletic training students (ATS). The UCSD athletic training room is a clinical site for San Diego State University’s accredited athletic training education program where some of the athletic training students fulfill their clinical experience. Additionally the UCSD Sports Medicine Center offers a wide variety of options for examination and rehabilitation. From acupuncture to a group of six highly specialized sports medicine, family practitioners and orthopedic surgeons, the UCSD training room has a multitude of options at your disposal to get you health and back on the field of competition in no time.

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UCSD - YOUNGEST OF THE BEST UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS UCSD: THE INSTITUTION Innovation is our tradition: Nestled along the Pacific Ocean on 1,200 acres of coastal woodland, UCSD is a powerful magnet for those seeking a fresh, next-generation approach to education and research. Since its founding four decades ago, UCSD is one of the ten campuses in the worldrenowned University of California system and has rapidly achieved the status as one of the top institutions in the nation for higher education and research. UCSD’s interdisciplinary ethos and tradition of innovation and risk-taking, underlie its research strength and ability to recruit top scholars and students. Students: The average high school GPA of admitted freshmen was 4.05, and average SATI score was 1300. UCSD ranks 2nd nationally among major research universities sending students abroad in full-year programs, and 4th in the nation in graduation rates, at 79%. Specialized Resources: UCSD’s graduate and professional schools include Scripps Institution of Oceanography; School of Medicine; School of International Relations and Pacific Studies; School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; Jacobs School of Engineering (graduate and undergraduate), and Rady School of Management. The campus also is home to the San Diego Supercomputer Center; California Institute for Information Technology and Telecommunications; Center for Research in Computing and the Arts; Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, and Institute of the Americas.

The Birch Aquarium at the Scripps Oceanography Institute.

UCSD: ACADEMIC RANKINGS The National Research Council ranks UCSD 10th in the nation in the quality of its faculty and graduate programs. (The top ten, in rank order, are: UC Berkeley, MIT, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, CalTech, Yale, Chicago, Cornell and UCSD.) The NRC ranks oceanography and neurosciences 1st in the nation. UCSD ranks 6th in the nation in National Academy of Sciences membership while also being ranked as the 7th best public university in the nation by the U.S. News and World Report. A U.S. News and World Report survey of graduate programs ranks the Jacobs School of Engineering 13th in the nation and 7th among public engineering schools, and the School of Medicine as 17th among medical schools with a research focus, and 6th among public schools. In Master of Fine Arts programs, UCSD’s multimedia/visual communications program ranked 6th in the nation. The most recent US News rankings also place these programs in the nation’s top 10: Theatre and Dance (3rd); Bioengineering (3rd); Political Science (7th); Cellular and Developmental Biology (8th); Biochemistry (9th); Molecular Biology (10th), and Neurosciences (10th). UCSD: CURRENT FACULTY HONORS Nobel Prize: George E. Palade, 1974, physiology/medicine; Renato Dulbecco, 1975, physiology/ medicine; Harry Markowitz, 1990, economics; Paul Crutzen, 1995, chemistry; Mario J. Molina, 1995, chemistry; Sydney Brenner, 2002, medicine; Clive W.J. Granger and Robert F. Engle, 2003, economics. Fields Medal: Professor of mathematics Efim Zelmanov. Balzan Prize: Freeman Gilbert, SIO professor (1990), and Wolfgang Berger, SIO professor (1993). National Medal of Science: Astrophysicist Margaret Burbidge and oceanographer Walter Munk (1985); physician/scientist George Palade (1986); nuclear physicist Marshall N. Rosenbluth (1998); bioengineer Yuan-Chen Fung (2000), and oceanographer Charles D. Keeling (2002). National Humanities Medal: Latin American history scholar Ramon Eduardo Ruiz (1998) Pulitzer Prize: Roger Reynolds (1989) Music. Kyoto Prize: Oceanographer Walter Munk (1999) Enrico Fermi Award: Physicist Herbert F. York (2000). MacArthur Foundation Awards: Guillermo Algaze, anthropology; Patricia Churchland, philosophy; Ramon Gutierrez, history and ethnic studies; Edwin Hutchins, cognitive science; Russell Lande, biology; George Lewis, music; and Michael Schudson, communications.

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Geisel Library in the heart of the UCSD Campus

The Pier at the Scripps Oceanography Institute.

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SAN DIEGO - AMERICA’S FINEST CITY UC SAN DIEGO INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS The UCSD campus is located in La Jolla, Calif., just minutes north of America’s sixth largest city, San Diego. Spanish for ‘the jewel’, La Jolla is one of San Diego’s first neighborhoods to be settled, and it’s to wonder as it boasts spectacular beaches and park areas that are popular for great diving, swimming, surfing, hiking, romantic sunset strolls, and family fun. La Jolla’s village area boasts a beautiful Mediterranean charm and a cool Southern Californian vibe, and rolls out the red carpet when it comes to it’s fine dining, theatre and cultural activities, boutique shopping, art galleries, and fine lodging establishments. It’s no wonder how La Jolla’s ‘Prospect Street’ was dubbed ‘San Diego’s Rodeo Drive’. Named “America’s Finest City” due to its hospitality, beauty and ideal climate, San Diego is located on the border with Mexico. The residents are so active outdoors that Sports Illustrated magazine once called it “Sportstown, U.S.A.” San Diego’s 70 miles of beaches are a haven for swimmers, surfers, divers, boaters and sunbathers. The city of San Diego is a major commercial business center with more than 2.6 million residents and a varied economy based in agriculture, manufacturing, more than aerospace, technology, electronics. aircraft and ship-building, scientific research and tourism. The city is one of the largest biotech centers in the U.S.

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2006 MEDIA ROSTER

Eric Leserman #4 Freshman 6-1 L Manhattan Beach, Calif.

Andy Northness #5 R-Freshman 6-3 OPP Arroyo Grande, Calif.

Jeff Kim Junior 6-2 San Jose, Calif.

#6 OH

Harry Campbell #8 R-Freshman 6-3 OH Los Angeles, Calif.

Joseph Sexton Sophomore 6-1 Sacramento, Calif.

#9 L

Chris Sayers Senior 6-2 Moorpark, Calif.

Blake Hovsepian R-Freshman 6-2 Fresno, Calif.

#11 OH

#13 OPP

Adam Covington #14 Freshman 6-2 S Del Mar, Calif.

Kyle Hansen R-Freshman 6-6 Chico, Calif.

#15 MB

Tim Dietrich #16 R-Freshman 6-4 MB San Marino, Calif.

Gerald Houseman #18 Freshman 6-5 MB Brentwood, Calif.

Brooks Dierdorff #20 Junior 6-3 S Redlands, Calif.

John Mark Wendler #21 Sophomore 6-5 MB Burbank, Calif.

Garret Smith #24 Junior 6-6 MB Los Angeles, Calif.

Mike Reuter Senior 6-3 Fremont, Calif.

#1 OH

Russ Hardy Sophomore 6-5 Orinda, Calif.

Jon Daze Senior 6-3 Orange, Calif.

#7 OH

Brenden Bowe Senior 6-3 Oakland, Calif.

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#2 OH

#10 OPP

Stephen Shaw #17 Sophomore 6-6 MB Westlake Village, Calif.

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