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ROSTER Name Liz Benzschawel Christin Heverly Hilary Overby Lisa Fawell Elizabeth Flattery Kaitlyn Nortz Lauren Keiser Catherine Hanners Emily Lindborg Caley Redden Branagan Fuller Kayleigh Knerr Theresa Hart

Pos. MB DS OH/RS S S MB OH OH/L MB OH OH L/DS OH

Ht. 5-11 5-5 6-0 5-8 5-7 5-11 5-10 5-9 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-6 5-9

Yr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr.

Hometown Madison, WI Rougemont, NC Spring, TX Wheaton, IL Sparta, NC Westerville, OH Lambertville, MI Richmond, VA Niles, MI Stokesdale, NC Temecula, CA Moon Township, PA San Juan Capistrano, CA

High School (College) Edgewood HS Orange HS Klein Oak HS Wheaton Warrenville South HS Alleghany HS Westerville South HS Bedford HS Douglas Freeman HS St. Joseph’s HS McMichael HS Murrietta Valley HS Moon Area HS Dana Hills HS (San Francisco)

Head Coach: Shawn Gaus (California State, San Bernardino, 1995) - second season at UNCG Assistant Coach: Skydra Orzen (Texas Tech, 2002) - second season at UNCG

UNIVERSITY FACTS

CONTENTS

Location ..................................................................................................... Greensboro, NC Founded .......................................................................................................................1891 Enrollment .................................................................................................................16,200 Nickname............................................................................................................... Spartans Colors ................................................................................................... Gold, White & Navy Stadium ..............................................................................................Fleming Gym (1,833) Affiliation ..................................................................................................... NCAA Division I Conference ............................................................................................................Southern Chancellor ........................................................................................ Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan Alma Mater ........................................................... Notre Dame College of St. John’s, 1963 Director of Athletics......................................................................................Nelson E. Bobb Alma Mater ................................................................................................Kent State, 1970 Athletics Dept. Phone .................................................................................... 336-334-5952 Ticket Office Phone ....................................................................................... 336-334-3250

Table of Contents/Quick Facts/Roster ................................................................................1 Coaching Staff ....................................................................................................................2 Player Profiles ................................................................................................................ 3-9 2005 Review .....................................................................................................................10 2005 SoCon Review .........................................................................................................11 The Southern Conference ................................................................................................12 UNCG Record Book ................................................................................................... 13-15 All-Time Honors ................................................................................................................16 Year-by-Year Results .................................................................................................. 13-15 All-Time Results ......................................................................................................... 17-20 All-Time Roster .................................................................................................................21 This is UNCG.............................................................................................................. 22-27 UNCG Athletics History .............................................................................................. 28-32

SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE Sports Information Director.........................................................................Mike Hirschman Email.................................................................................................mwhirsch@uncg.edu Cell Phone ................................................................................................... 336-202-5331 Assistant Sports Information Director (Volleyball contact) ...............................Mark Kimmel Email................................................................................................mdkimmel@uncg.edu Cell Phone ................................................................................................... 336-207-2383 Sports Information Intern ...................................................................................Kendra Lee Email....................................................................................................... kalee@uncg.edu Sports Information Phone .............................................................................. 336-334-5615 Sports Information Fax .................................................................................. 336-334-3182 Press Box Phone ........................................................................................... 336-334-5625 SID Office Address ......................................................................................UNCG Athletics ...................................................................................................................... PO Box 26168 ............................................................................................... Greensboro, NC 27402-6168 Website...........................................................................................www.uncgspartans.com

UNCG WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION Head Coach....................................................................................................Shawn Garus Alma Mater .............................................................California State, San Bernardino, 1997 Email.................................................................................................... smgarus@uncg.edu Record at UNCG ........................................................................................ 5-26 (One year) Career Record ........................................................................................ 49-82 (Five Years) Assistant Coach.............................................................. Skydra Orzen (Texas Tech, 2002) Volleyball Office Phone.................................................................................. 336-334-5303 2005 Overall Record..................................................................................................... 5-26 2005 SoCon Record ........................................................................... 6-3-1 (3rd/11 Teams) Returning/Lost .................................................................................................................5/7 Starters Returning/Lost....................................................................................................3/3

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CREDITS The 2006 University of North Carolina at Greensboro women’s volleyball media guide was written by Mark Kimmel, UNCG Assistant Sports Information Director. This guide was designed using Adobe Creative Suite CS2. Printed by Graphic Printing Services, Inc., printing partner of UNCG Athletics, Greensboro, NC. Editorial assistance provided by Sports Information Director Mike Hirschman. Photography by WG Sports, John Bell, Chris English, Jerry Wolford and others. Special thanks to Virginia Cornell, Rod Wyatt, UNCG university relations, and former sports information office staff members for their assistance in building this publication.

ON THE COVER Head coach Shawn Garus with in clockwise order, senior Hilary Overby, junior Lauren Keiser and sophomore Kaitlyn Nortz.

MEDIA NOTE Just a reminder to please refer to our institution as UNC Greensboro (no hyphen) or UNCG on second reference.

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2006 UNCG Volleyball: Coaching Staff

Shawn Garus begins his second season at the helm of the UNC Greensboro women’s volleyball program in 2006. UNCG posted a 5-26 record during the 2005 season. At first glance that mark may not look all that impressive, but consider that the program only won three matches the previous season. Improvement was also evident within the Southern Conference as the Spartans posted two victories last season, compared to none in

school history and resulted in their first trip to the conference tournament. He took over the program in the middle of the 1998 season after serving the first half of the year as an assistant coach. In his first full season (1999), he led the squad to its first 10-win season in five years with a 10-20 mark. The following year, the Mountain Lions went 10-14, including a school-best six wins in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, before their record-breaking 22-9 campaign in 2001. He also held administrative duties as the school’s NCAA compliance director, and is still regarded as one of top coaches to have served in any sport at the University. At Cal State, San Bernardino, Garus played four years on the University’s club volleyball team (1991-94). He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a marketing specialization in 1995. Garus also played professionally from 1994-2003, playing in several AVP Tour events (Association of Volleyball Professionals). He was the top-ranked Volleyball player in the state of Colorado from 1999-2001 and had a career-best 13th-place finish at the 2001 AVP Michigan Open. Garus, who was born in Glendale, CA, and his wife, the former Cindy Bench, have a daughter, Emily, and a son, Trevor. The family resides in Greensboro.

2004. Under the guidance of Garus, the club defeated league member Davidson for the first time in eight seasons, while also sweeping The Citadel in three games. Late in the season, the Spartans showed great resiliency by coming back from down 2-0 to win a thrilling match, 3-2, at Liberty. Garus was introduced by Director of Athletics Nelson E. Bobb as the fifth person and first male to be named head coach in the program’s 36-year history on January 27, 2005. A 1995 graduate of California State University, San Bernardino, Garus served as the top assistant coach on the staff at the University of San Francisco during the 2003 and 2004 seasons under head coach Jeff Nelson. During Garus’ tenure at USF, the Dons compiled a mark of 35-27, including the programs first-ever NCAA Tournament bid in 2003. During the 2003 season, the Dons went 23-8, suffering all eight losses to teams ranked in the Top 25. In addition, the school earned its first victory over a ranked-opponent, winning on the road at 19th-ranked Washington State. It was also USF’s first 20-win season and followed a three-year period in-which the Dons had gone just 27-54. “I am excited about being the volleyball coach at UNC Greensboro,” said Garus. “My family and I are extremely impressed with the commitment made by the university and athletic administration to the volleyball program. With the support of the university, the athletic department, and the student-athletes, I am confident we can build a successful program in a challenging conference.” Before his tenure at USF, Garus spent one season on Nelson’s staff at Texas Tech and served as a head coach at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. At UCCS, Garus led the NCAA Division II squad to a 44-56 mark in three-plus seasons, including its first regional ranking. The Mountain Lions’ 22-9 mark in 2001 was the best record in

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Skydra Orzen begins her second season as a full-time assistant coach at UNC Greensboro. Orzen, a 2002 graduate of Texas Tech with a bachelor’s degree in English, is no stranger to Garus. She played for Garus when he was an assistant coach at Texas Tech. Since her graduation, she played two seasons professionally in Holland for the Amvj Club. She also spent one season helping to coach a men’s team for that club and was a volunteer assistant last season at the University of New Mexico. Orzen was also a student-assistant coach for the 2002 season at Texas Tech while she completed her final semester of undergraduate work. A native of Albuquerque, NM, Orzen was a three-year starter at setter while attending Texas Tech. As junior, she ranked 10th in the nation in assists per game and followed that up in her senior season by ranking second in the country. She also set Texas Tech’s single-season record for assists in both of those seasons. In high school, Orzen was a four-time all-city and a two-time all-state selection and was the Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of New Mexico in 1998 while playing at West Mesa HS.


2006 UNCG Volleyball: Player Profiles

At UNCG Entering 2006 Season Team co-captain...expected to start as an outside hitter or right side hitter...ranks 11th all-time in school history with 825 kills over her three seasons with the Spartans…has a chance to become only the seventh player at UNCG to compile 1,000 kills in a career…also her 2.57 kills per game average is good for eighth best in school history…has 73 service aces to her credit…has played in 92 matches and has seen action in 321 games…one of only two seniors on the 2006 club.

Junior Season (2005) Moved into the role as a team-leader on the court during junior campaign with UNCG…was one of just two players to start all 31 matches in 2005…appeared in 111 games overall…her team-leading 345 kills is the 10th highest total in a single season at UNCG…her 3.11 kill per game average also was the 10th best figure in school history…recorded a season-high .432 hitting percentage with 20 kills against only one error on 44 attempts at Georgia Southern (10/22)…that 20-kill figure was also a season-high…had a stretch of eight double digit kill efforts in 11 matches to end the season and had no less than eight put aways during that time…had 19 matches with 10 or more kills…enjoyed a 19 kill-11 dig performance against Radford (9/3)…had 14 kills and a career-high 22 digs against South Alabama (9/9)…came up with 16 kills and 12 digs to lead the Spartans to their first victory in eight years over Davidson (10/30)…also led the team with 39 service aces and was second in digs with 288…tied her career-high by putting away four service aces in the SoCon tournament against Western Carolina (11/17)…ranked 10th in the SoCon with 0.35 service aces per game...named to the SoCon Academic Honor Roll for the 2005-06 academic year.

High School Senior captain and two-time letterwinner for head coach Christie Mewis at Klein Oak HS in Spring, TX...first team all-district as a senior...second team all-district as a junior...named “Best Blocker in District” and Team Most Valuable Player.

Club Competed for four years with Club Texas and head coach Debbie Sokol...led club team to a second place finish in the 2001 Tour of Texas.

Sophomore Season (2004)

Personal

Enjoyed a fine second season with the Spartans...posted the third-highest kill total on the club for the second straight year with 265...fourth on the team with 2.17 kills per game...her 185 digs were also good for third on the club (1.52 per game)...ranked second in blocks with 96 (0.79 per game)...had a season-high 17 put aways vs. Dayton (9/17)...had 11 doubledigit kill efforts on the season...came up with a then career-high 18 digs against Western Carolina (11/6).

Hilary Ann Overby...born February 10, 1985, in Bartlesville, OK...daughter of Jon and Susan Overby...elementary education major.

Career Match Highs Kills .............................................................................................. 21 vs. ETSU (10/10/03) Digs ...................................................................................22 vs. South Alabama (9/9/05) Assists ........................................................................................ 5 vs. Radford (10/16/03) Blocks ....................................................................................... 8 vs. Davidson (10/16/04) Aces .............................4 vs. Georgia State (9/19/03) & vs. Western Carolina (11/17/05)

Freshman Season (2003) Played in 88 games as a freshman and finished third on the team with 215 kills...her 2.44 kills per game average was second-best on the team...also recorded 190 digs, 31 blocks and 17 service aces...tallied three double-doubles on the season including a 21-kill, 12-dig effort against East Tennessee State (10/10)...registered a season-high 17 digs against High Point (9/9) to go along with 11 kills...had a solid 16-kill, 11-dig performance in victory over Charleston Southern (9/12)...hit a season-best .406 (14-1-32) versus Lipscomb (8/30)...had seven double-figure kill matches.

Hilary Overby’s Career Statistics Year 2003 2004 2005 Totals

GP-MP 88-27 122-34 111-31 321-92

K 215 265 345 825

K/G 2.44 2.17 3.11 2.57

E 110 119 162 391

TA 696 736 1017 2449

Pct. .151 .198 .180 .177

A 13 23 17 53

SA 24 10 39 73

Dig 190 185 288 663

D/G 2.16 1.52 2.59 2.07

BS-BA-TB 4-27-31 15-81-96 4-37-41 23-145-168

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2006 UNCG Volleyball: Player Profiles

At UNCG Entering 2006 Season Team co-captain...will be counted on to provide experience to a group that features only two seniors on the roster…will compete for time on the back line as a senior…has appeared in 61 matches and 168 games during her three years at UNCG…has compiled 278 digs for a 1.66 per game average.

Junior Season (2005) Made five starts and appeared in 29 matches in her junior season with UNCG…saw court time in 71 games…finished sixth on the team with 127 digs and with 1.79 digs per game…recorded a season-high 12 digs on four occasions, including consecutive matches at Western Carolina (10/16) and at Georgia Southern (10/22)…had three service aces and 12 digs at Furman (11/5)...was awarded the SoCon Commissioner’s Medal for academic excellence... also named to the SoCon Academic Honor Roll for the 2005-06 academic year.

Sophomore Season (2004) A solid contributor in 96 games for the Spartans...ranked sixth on the club with 151 digs and was fifth with 1.57 digs per game...dished out 16 assists and had five kills on the year... came up with a career-high 14 digs against High Point (9/22/04)...had three double-digit dig totals for the season.

Freshman Season (2003) Provided the team with solid depth at the libero position...saw action in one game.

High School

Career Match Highs

Played at Orange HS in Hillsborough, NC, under the direction of her father and head coach Wade Heverly...earned all-state honors in 2000-01 and all-conference from 1999-2003... garnered MVP honors in 2000...played second base in softball for one season, earning all-conference recognition...also competed as a forward on the soccer team, taking MVP honors in 2001.

Kills .................................................................................................................1, five times Digs ........................................................................................ 14 vs. High Point (9/22/04) Assists ...................................................................................................................3, twice Blocks ..............................................................................................................................0 Aces ............................................................................................... 3 at Furman (11/5/05)

Club Competed for seven seasons in Durham with the DOVE club team and head coach Wade Heverly...earned USAV All-Tournament honors in 2002 as a setter...also garnered All-Region honors in 2001.

Personal Christin Judith Heverly...born April 13, 1985, in Durham, NC...daughter of Wade and Debbie Heverly...majoring in exercise and sports science major.

Christin Heverly’s Career Statistics Year 2003 2004 2005 Totals

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GP-MP 1-0 96-31 71-29 168-60

K 0 5 0 5

K/G 0.00 0.05 0.00 0.03

E 0 1 1 2

TA 0 20 14 34

Pct. .000 .200 -.071 .088

A 0 16 4 20

SA 0 0 5 5

Dig 0 151 127 278

D/G 0.00 1.57 1.79 1.66

BS-BA-TB 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0


2006 UNCG Volleyball: Player Profiles

At UNCG Entering 2006 Season Enters the season as the lone junior on the 2006 club…is expected to see significant time as an outside hitter…has exactly 386 kills and digs to her credit in two seasons with the Spartans…has played in 49 matches and 180 games the past two years.

Sophomore Season (2005) Came up with a steady sophomore season that saw her make 28 starts and appear in 29 matches overall…saw time in 107 games…missed two matches due to injury…posted the clubs fourth most kills with 225 and also ranked fourth with 2.10 kills per game…ranked second on the team with 34 assists, third in digs with 227, third in total blocks with 55 and fourth in service aces with 22…set a new career-high with 19 kills in a come-from-behind 3-2 victory at Liberty (11/8)…notched another career-best with 19 digs to go with 13 kills at Chattanooga (11/12)…came up with an impressive .395 hitting percentage with 18 kills against only three errors on 38 attempts at Western Carolina (10/16)…had five doubledoubles on the year, including back-to-back efforts to start the year at the VCU Tournament…her six total blocks against Western Carolina (11/13) was a new career-high.

Freshman Season (2004) Enjoyed a good freshman season at UNCG, appearing in 73 games...ranked third on the team with 2.21 kills per game and was fifth with 161 put aways on the year...was second on the team with 2.18 digs per game...also contributed 38 total blocks, 37 assists and 13 service aces...notched a season-high 16 kills in a 3-2 win over Lipscomb (9/4/04)...tallied double-digits in kills on seven occasions, including the first three matches of her collegiate career...enjoyed a 14-kill, 10-dig effort against Wofford (10/6/04), which represented one of three “double-doubles” for the year.

Career Match Highs

High School

Kills ................................................................................................. 19 at Liberty (11/8/05) Digs ...................................................................................19 vs. Chattanooga (11/12/05) Assists ................................................................................ 7 vs. Chattanooga (10/10/04) Blocks ...........................................................................6 vs. Western Carolina (11/13/05) Aces ................................................3 at Furman (11/5/05) & vs. South Alabama (9/9/05)

Earned three varsity letters for head coach Jodi Manore at Bedford High School...earned allconference, all-region and all-state honors as a junior...led squad to final four appearances in the state tournament as a sophomore and junior...also lettered in basketball and soccer.

Club Combined to play seven years with the Borderline and Motor City volleyball club out of Temperance, MI...led Motor City to a third place finish at the National Tournament in Arizona.

Personal Lauren Leigh Keiser...born on March 17, 1986 in Saratoga Springs, NY...daughter of Louis and Dawn Keiser...chose UNCG over Wright State...exercise and sports science major.

Lauren Keiser’s Career Statistics Year 2004 2005 Totals

GP-MP 73-20 107-29 180-49

K 161 225 386

K/G 2.21 2.10 2.14

E 88 125 213

TA 568 752 1320

Pct. .129 .133 .131

A 37 34 71

SA 13 22 35

Dig 159 227 386

D/G 2.18 2.12 2.14

BS-BA-TB 1-37-38 3-52-55 4-89-93

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At UNCG Entering 2006 Season Begins her second season with the Spartan volleyball team as one of only five returning players from last season’s club…has a chance to be one of the top middle hitters in the Southern Conference…competed in the DKV International Volleyball Tournament in Groningen, Netherlands from June 5-14, 2006.

Freshman Season (2005) Made an immediate impact as a freshman last season by making 30 starts and appearing in all 31 matches in 2005…was also one of only three players to see court time in all 115 games…was a force in the middle all season and wound up with 121 blocks, which is tied for the fourth most in a season at UNCG…ranked fifth in the Southern Conference with 1.05 blocks per game…that figure is the ninth best in school history…had a season-high 20 kills in only her second collegiate match against Radford (9/3)…recorded 12 double digit kill efforts, including 19 against Chattanooga (11/12)…recorded back-to-back 10 block efforts at Liberty (11/8) and against Chattanooga…came up with five or more blocks on 10 occasions…posted an impressive .462 hitting percentage (14-2-26) at High Point (9/6)…ranked second on the Spartans with 268 kills and 2.33 per game... named to the SoCon Academic Honor Roll for the 2005-06 academic year.

High School Played volleyball for two years at Westerville South HS under coach Bob Price...named second team All-Ohio Capital Conference in 2004...led team to a OCC championship and District I championship...club want as far as the elite 8 in the state champion...also named team MVP as a senior...named first team All-Conference and all-district three times in track... competed primarily in the long jump, high jump and 4x400 relay team...four-year scholar athlete...garnered the 2004 volleyball team academic state award.

Career Match Highs Kills ............................................................................................... 20 vs. Radford (9/3/05) Digs ........................................................7 vs. Davidson (10/30/05) & at Liberty (11/8/05) Assists ..........................................................................................................1, eight times Blocks ............................................. 10 at Liberty (11/8/05) & vs. Chattanooga (11/12/05) Aces ..................................................... 3 vs. The Citadel (9/20/05) & at Liberty (11/8/05)

Club Played for the Central Ohio Volleyball club for one season under coach Max Miller.

Personal Kaitlyn Elizabeth Nortz...born on March 3, 1987 in Berea, Ohio...daughter of Gregory and Vickie Nortz...majoring in international business.

Kaitlyn Nortz’s Career Statistics Year 2005 Totals

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GP-MP 115-31 115-31

K 268 268

K/G 2.33 2.33

E 180 180

TA 772 772

Pct. .114 .114

A 8 8

SA 18 18

Dig 76 76

D/G 0.66 0.66

BS-BA-TB 21-100-121 21-100-121


At UNCG Entering 2006 Season

One of two sophomores in the program…worked very hard on her game in the off season and will compete for time at the middle blocker position.

Brings a wealth of experience after starting the past three seasons at San Francisco…hard hitting attacker with an outstanding jump serve...will be looked upon for strength in the front and backcourt.

Freshman Season (2005) Made five starts and appeared in 25 matches as a freshman in 2005 for the Spartans…saw court time in 51 games…recorded 54 kills, 39 digs and 10 blocks as a back up outside hitter…put away a season-high nine kills against Appalachian State (10/29)…also notched six kills on three occasions…had nine digs at Western Carolina (10/16).

High School Four-year letterwinner in volleyball, basketball and soccer at Edgewood HS...named All-Southern Badger Conference three times and all-city once in volleyball for the Crusaders...led team to a pair of runner-up finishes in the state tournament, along with a fourth-place showing...team captain during senior season... was a three-time All-Conference performer in soccer and led her club to three Regional Championships...National Honor Society member...delegate to the National Leadership Conference in Washington D.C... Edgewood’s High School Heisman Female Athlete Award winner for 2005... Wisconsin Athletic Association Scholar Athlete winner...honored with the Women’s Sports Advocates of Wisconsin Award of Excellence.

Club Competed on the Wisconsin Power club team during 2004 and 2005 under head coach Ruth Leitzke...team went to the National Tournament in Houston, TX in 2004.

Sophomore Season at San Francisco (2004)

Freshman Season at San Francisco (2003) Started every match as a freshman...first USF freshman to earn All-West Coast Conference Honorable Mention selection since 1999…tallied four kills, 12 digs and added a service ace against Pacific in the Dons inaugural NCAA Tournament appearance…turned in the most prolific season by a freshman in USF history as an outside hitter with 277 kills...ranked third all-time in kills per game (2.37) among USF freshmen…slammed a season-high 18 kills on a .333 hitting and added three aces, 12 digs and three blocks in a 3-1 win against Saint Mary’s (10/25)...led the team and ranked second among WCC leaders with 46 service aces, good for seventh place on the single-season record books...reached double-digit kills 16 times, including the first four matches of the season...recorded two or more aces in 13 matches, including three times with four aces...season-high 16 digs to go along with 11 kills against No. 17 Loyola Marymount (10/31)...chipped in with 17 kills, 13 digs and two blocks in regular season-ending win at Saint Mary’s (11/22)...ranked 12th among league-leaders with 11 double-double performances, the most turned in by a WCC freshman in 2003.

Career Match Highs Kills ...............9 vs. Appalachian State (10/29/05) Digs ................ 9 at Western Carolina (10/16/05) Assists ........................... 2 at Davidson (10/2/05) Blocks .................................. 2 vs. Elon (9/23/05) Aces ...................................... 2 at Elon (11/1/05)

Elizabeth Jean Benzschawel...born on March 27, 1987 in Madison, WI...daughter of Dave and Linda Benzschawel...undecided on a major.

Liz Benzschawel’s Career Statistics K K/G E 54 1.06 58 54 1.06 58

Tied for third on the team with 211 kills for the 18-13 Dons…posted 2.11 kills per game with a .144 hitting percentage…was second on the team with 35 service aces…averaged 2.50 digs per game with 250 digs in 100 games.

Establishing career-highs in most offensive and defensive categories, including kills (3.25), attack percentage (.174) and digs (2.96)...earned first career all-tournament honors at the TCU/Molten Horned Frog Invitational, averaging 4.4 kills, 3.0 digs and 1.1 aces per game... slammed career-high 25 kills on .308 hitting against San Diego State (9/17)...recorded 22 kills and 13 digs at Gonzaga (10/9)...tallied a career-high 22 digs against Loyola Marymount (10/2) and collected 20 against No. 14 Saint Mary’s (11/20)...recorded a career-high six service aces against Grambling (9/25) - seventh best in single-match history...ranked second on the team with 14 double-double matches (kills/digs)...reached double-digit kills 20 times and reached double figures in digs 19 times...ranked third among West Coast Conference leaders in service aces (0.36) and was ninth in kills.

Personal

Year GP-MP 2005 51-25 Totals 51-25

Junior Season at San Francisco (2005)

2006 UNCG Volleyball: Player Profiles

At UNCG Entering 2006 Season

TA 240 240

Pct. -.017 -.017

A 4 4

SA 2 2

Dig 39 39

D/G BS-BA-TB 0.76 8-1-9 0.76 8-1-9

High School Enjoyed a standout career at Dana Hills High School... propelled the Dolphins to a pair of CIF playoff appearances, with a first round showing as a freshman followed by a second round finish as a senior...two-time team MVP...earned All-South Coast League first team honors as a junior and senior...named to the Cougar Classic All-Tournament squad...a threesport athlete at Dana Hills, also competed on the basketball and track teams.

Club Played on the Saddleback Volleyball Club for Coach George Carey, Jr....team was runner-up at Davis following her freshman year before winning the title the next season.

Personal Theresa Ann Hart...born December 5, 1984 in Mission Viejo, CA…daughter of Paul and Debra...majoring in Art at UNCG.

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2006 UNCG Volleyball: Player Profiles

Entering 2006 Season

Will be called upon to be the starting setter as a freshman for UNCG…has potential to be one of the top setters in the SoCon…great decision maker with the ability to make players around her better.

High School

Played two years at Wheaton Warrenville South High School in Wheaton, IL for head coach Bill Schreier…also played two years at Benet Academy in Lisle, IL…an honorable mention player in the Dupage Valley Conference.

Club

Entering 2006 Season

Expected to see time as a defensive specialist and a setter…has a great work ethic that gives UNCG options at the setter position.

High School

Earned three letters in volleyball at Alleghany High School in Sparta, NC for head coach Debbie Weaver…named Northwest IA Conference Player of the Year…the Trojans posted a unbeaten 16-0 record in conference play during senior year…team made it the to the state semifinals that season…selected Alleghany’s Female athlete of the year…also played basketball and softball.

Played for the Sports Performance Volleyball Club of Aurora, IL for head coach Rick Butler... team won both the 18 Club at Lone Star and Big South Qualifiers….team also finished second in 18 Club at the Junior Olympics in 2005.

Club

Personal

Personal

Entering 2006 Season

Entering 2006 Season

Lisa Ann Fawell…born April 25, 1988 in Chicago, IL...daughter of Terry Fawell…has an older brother Alex…majoring in exercise and sports science.

Will compete for a starting position as an outside hitter…her speed and powerful arm swing will make her a top offensive threat as a freshman.

High School

Competed for three seasons at Murrieta Valley High School for head coaches Susan Lillie and Ann Romero...was a 2005 The Californian Newspaper top-7 players to watch…named first team all-league and team MVP during senior season as an outside hitter…led the Knighthawks in kills, digs and aces and was a team captain in 2005…played first two years as a middle blocker…led the team as a junior in blocks and was named second team allleague…named most improved player as a sophomore…also competed in track & field as a senior…2004 team were Walt Disney World of Sports tournament champions.

Club

Played from 2004-06 with the Vintage Volleyball Club in Temecula, CA for head coach Dennis Popalitoc…was the team captain in 2005-06…won the 2005 under-17 Volleyball Festival Championship.

Personal

Branagan Lee Fuller…born July 29, 1988 in Fallbrook, CA…daughter of Tim Fuller and Kim Walker…has four siblings…undecided on a major at UNCG.

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Played two years with the Alleghany Volleyball club and one year with the Pilot Mountain club team.

Elizabeth M. Flattery…born in Johnson City, TN…daughter of Jeff and Pat Flattery…has an older brother Casey…majoring in exercise and sports science at UNCG.

Will be given the chance to start as an outside hitter or libero during first season with the Spartans…is a passing and defense specialist…possibly the best all around player in the program.

High School

A product of Douglas Freeman High School in Richmond, VA...played for coach Joe Sullivan…named district and region player of the year as an outside hitter during junior and senior seasons…also selected the Virginia state Player of the Year twice…helped guide team to a state championship in 2005.

Club

Played for the Richmond Volleyball Club in Richmond, VA for head coach Don Gresham... competed at the Junior Olympics in 2005.

Personal

Catherine L. Hanners…born November 29, 1987 in Richmond, VA…daughter of Jon and Liz Hanners…pre-economics major at UNCG.


Will bring ball control and consistency to the club in 2006…coming off a highly successful club season with one of the best teams in the country…ready to start as the libero or defensive specialist.

High School

Played four seasons at Moon Area High School in Moon Township, PA.

Club

Played two seasons for the Renaissance Volleyball Club in Pittsburgh, PA for coach Brian Begor…also competed with the Pittsburgh Elite club team.

Personal

Kayleigh Marie Knerr…born April 25, 1988 in Pittsburgh, PA...daughter of Tommy and step mom Jodi Knerr and Dianne Cipriani…undecided on a major at UNCG.

Entering 2006 Season

Holds distinction of being the tallest player in the program…will have the chance to start as a middle blocker…has the ability to get big kills from the center of the court.

High School

Competed for four years and earned two letters at St. Joseph’s High School in South Bend, IN for head coach Mary Kay O’Connell…named All-Northern Indiana Conference…led the Indians to a pair of NIC titles and two state runner-up finishes…played one season of basketball…graduated with a high honors diploma…member of the National Honor Society.

Club

2006 UNCG Volleyball: Player Profiles

Entering 2006 Season

Played three years with the Midwest Juniors of South Bend, IN for coach Vince Strefling… team placed fifth at Asics Nationals in back-to-back years.

Personal

Emily Ann Lindborg…born June 2, 1988 in South Bend, IN...daughter of Dave and Cindy Lindborg…sister Allison played basketball at Toledo for three years…also has an older brother, Ben, and younger brother, Tom…expected to major in art at UNCG.

Entering 2006 Season

A talented athlete with potential to be a dominant outside hitter…will be a key player as her skills develop.

High School

A product of McMichael High School...played for head coach Marty Woods...was an all conference performer as an outside hitter for the Fighting Phoenix.

Personal

Caley Jean Reddon…born July 3, 1988 in Greensboro, NC…daughter of Jack and Jean Redden…has a younger brother Adam…majoring in medical technology at UNCG.

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Overall: 5-26

Conf: 2-16

Home: 3-8-0

Away: 2-11

Neut: 0-7

2006 UNCG Volleyball: 2005 Review

Individual Statistics Name GP-MP-MS K 3 Hilary Overby 111-31-31 345 4 Lauren Richards 115-31-31 246 9 Adrian Hicks 115-31-29 88 7 Lauren Keiser 107-29-28 225 6 Kaitlyn Nortz 115-31-30 268 15 Lori Collins 79-26-14 117 16 Stephanie Kuebler 7-5-0 1 1 Liz Benzschawel 51-25-5 54 5 Ashley Smith 89-29-9 35 8 Kimberly Chapman 26-19-0 2 2 Christin Heverly 71-29-5 0 11 Alysia Rosvold 104-31-4 11 UNC Greensboro 115-31-31 1393 Opponents 115-31-31 1711

ATTACK K/G E TA 3.11 162 1017 2.14 135 638 0.77 44 278 2.10 125 752 2.33 180 772 1.48 94 511 0.14 1 2 1.06 58 240 0.39 40 165 0.08 3 16 0.00 1 14 0.11 23 87 12.11 866 4493 14.88 782 4557

PCT .180 .174 .158 .133 .114 .045 .000 -.017 -.030 -.062 -.071 -.138 .117 .204

SET A A/G 17 0.15 9 0.08 1100 9.57 34 0.32 8 0.07 14 0.18 0 0.00 4 0.08 23 0.26 1 0.04 4 0.06 31 0.30 1245 10.83 1498 13.03

ACES 39 4 26 22 18 16 0 2 10 1 5 24 167 242

SERVE A/G SE 0.35 52 0.03 13 0.23 22 0.21 38 0.16 18 0.20 14 0.00 1 0.04 4 0.11 16 0.04 4 0.07 24 0.23 48 1.45 254 2.10 289

Match Results Date Sep 2, 2005 Sep 3, 2005 Sep 3, 2005 Sep 6, 2005 Sep 9, 2005 Sep 9, 2005 Sep 10, 2005 Sep 13, 2005 Sep 17, 2005 Sep 17, 2005 Sep 20, 2005 Sep 23, 2005 Sep 24, 2005 Oct 1, 2005 Oct 2, 2005 Oct 8, 2005 Oct 9, 2005 Oct 11, 2005 Oct 15, 2005 Oct 16, 2005 Oct 22, 2000 Oct 25, 2005 Oct 29, 2005 Oct 30, 2005 Nov 1, 2005 Nov 5, 2005 Nov 6, 2005 Nov 8, 2005 Nov 12, 2005 Nov 13, 2005 Nov 17, 2005

Opponent vs East Tennessee State# vs RADFORD# at Va. Commonwealth# at High Point at Charleston Southern^ vs South Alabama^ vs Stetson^ CAMPBELL vs Marquette! vs UAB! THE CITADEL* ELON* GEORGIA SOUTHERN* at Appalachian State* at Davidson* FURMAN* WOFFORD* at College of Charleston* at Chattanooga* at Western Carolina* at Georgia Southern* NORTH CAROLINA A&T APPALACHIAN STATE* DAVIDSON* at Elon* at Furman* at Wofford* at Liberty CHATTANOOGA* WESTERN CAROLINA* vs Western Carolina+

Score L 2-3 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 W 3-1 L 2-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L0-3 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 0-3 L 1-3 W 3-0 L 1-3 W 3-2 L 1-3 L 1-3 L 0-3 W 3-2 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 0-3

Home matches in CAPS * Southern Conference match # VCU/Third Degree Sportswear Invitational (Richmond, VA) ^ Charleston Southern Invitational (Charleston, SC) ! EKU/Nike Invitational (Richmond, KY) + SoCon Tournament (Statesboro, GA) 10

DIG BLOCKING D D/G BS-BA-TB B/G 288 2.59 4-37-41 0.37 44 0.38 14-68-82 0.71 215 1.87 1-47-48 0.42 227 2.12 3-52-55 0.51 76 0.66 21-100-121 1.05 95 1.20 0-19-19 0.24 2 0.29 0-0-0 0.00 39 0.76 1-9-10 0.20 203 2.28 1-10-11 0.12 15 0.58 0-1-1 0.04 127 1.79 0-0-0 0.00 405 3.89 0-1-1 0.01 1736 15.10 45-344-217.0 1.89 1912 16.63 75-384-267.0 2.32

BE 5 16 23 7 20 5 0 2 2 1 0 0 81 70

PTS 406.5 298.0 138.5 276.0 357.0 142.5 1.0 61.5 51.0 3.5 5.0 35.5 1777.0 2220.0

PTS/G 3.66 2.59 1.20 2.58 3.10 1.80 0.14 1.21 0.57 0.13 0.07 0.34 15.45 19.30

2005 Team Stats vs. All-Time Records Score-by-game 25-30,30-20,30-26,12-30,9-15 28-30,30-24,23-30,36-34,13-15 28-30,15-30,21-30 25-30,12-30,26-30 30-26,16-30,30-26,30-25 30-26,19-30,30-28,25-30,10-15 12-30,23-30,23-30 26-30,32-34,21-30 16-30,20-30,19-30 16-30,31-33,34-32,22-30 37-35,30-20,30-28 24-30,25-30,30-27,27-30 22-30,28-30,14-30 21-30,26-30,17-30 19-30,22-30,18-30 18-30,30-22,23-30,27-30 28-30,28-30,30-26,22-30 23-30,14-30,16-30 13-30,22-30,22-30 26-30,21-30,22-30 30-28,18-30,27-30,22-30 35-33,30-21,30-24 25-30,30-26,22-30,24-30 22-30,30-26,19-30,30-19,15-10 28-30,32-30,25-30,18-30 22-30,30-26,25-30,15-30 27-30,20-30,29-31 27-30,28-30,31-29,30-28,15-8 30-18,30-26,20-30,30-32,11-15 28-30,30-20,27-30,10-30 27-30,25-30,20-30

Category 2005 Record (Year) Wins ........................5 ............................. 25 (1993) GP ...........................115 ........................ 150 (1992) TA ............................4493 ................... 4979 (1997) Kills ..........................1393 ................... 1723 (1992) K/G ..........................12.11 .................. 13.99 (1994) TA Pct. ..................... .117 .................... .256 (1992) Assists .....................1245 ................... 1605 (1992) A/G ..........................10.83 ................. 12.78 (1994) Aces ........................167 ....................... 262 (1999) Aces/G.....................1.45 ..................... 2.30 (1999) Digs .........................1736 ................... 2420 (1991) Digs/G .....................15.10 ................. 21.23 (1998) Solo Blocks..............45 ......................... 194 (1993) Block Assists ...........344 ....................... 509 (1992) Total Blocks .............217.0 .................... 449 (1992) Blocks/G ..................1.89 ..................... 3.16 (1993)


2005 Southern Conference Standings

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SoCon W-L 18-0 14-4 13-5 12-6 11-7 9-9 7-11 7-11 6-12 2-16 0-18

Games For Opp 54 3 15 47 42 20 42 29 38 30 33 37 26 39 30 42 26 42 16 50 9 54

Pct. 1.000 .778 .722 .647 .611 .500 .389 .353 .333 .118 .000

Overall W-L 27-1 21-9 20-11 17-13 15-17 13-15 12-16 8-24 9-22 5-25 4-27

Games For Opp 81 11 71 33 67 45 60 50 54 66 48 57 46 56 36 82 38 76 32 80 26 84

Pct. .964 .700 .645 .552 .469 .464 .429 .226 .300 .172 .129

SoCon Regular Season Champion SoCon Tournament Champion

SoCon Statistical Leaders Hitting Percentage 1. College of Charleston ................................... .265 2. Appalachian State......................................... .237 3. Georgia Southern. ...................................... .217 4. Furman ....................................................... .210 5. Chattanooga ............................................... .198

Hitting Percentage 1. Stefanie Panzer, ASU ................................... .363 2. Tiffany Blum, COFC...................................... .344 3. Annie Uthe, COFC ........................................ .318 4. Rebecca Wieters, COFC .............................. .283 5. Dianna Thomas, ASU ................................... .283

Kills per game 1. College of Charleston ................................. 16.54 2. Georgia Southern ....................................... 15.23 3. Appalachian State....................................... 14.87 Furman ....................................................... 14.87 5. Chattanooga ............................................... 14.14

Kills per game 1. Iulia Porumbescu, GSU ................................ 5.15 2. Whitney Purser, FUR .................................... 3.87 3. Tiffany Blum, COFC...................................... 3.75 4. Liz Williamson, DAV ..................................... 3.67 5. Rebecca Wieters, COFC .............................. 3.67

Assists per game 1. College of Charleston ................................. 15.14 2. Georgia Southern ....................................... 13.91 3. Furman ....................................................... 13.41 4. Appalachian State....................................... 13.41 5. Wofford ....................................................... 12.75

Assists per game 1. Kaycie Carr, COFC ..................................... 12.93 2. Lorelle Rau, ASU .........................................11.97 3. Rhea DeJesus, WOF.................................. 10.95 4. Courtney Stewardson, FUR........................ 10.55 5. Jenna Dykstra, DAV ..................................... 9.75

Blocks per game 1. Appalachian State......................................... 2.75 2. College of Charleston .................................. 2.66 3. Furman ......................................................... 2.48 4. Georgia Southern ......................................... 2.29 5. Davidson....................................................... 1.96

Blocks per game 1. Tiffany Blum, COFC...................................... 1.48 2. Stefanie Panzer, ASU ................................... 1.39 3. Kerry Wooten, FUR ...................................... 1.15 4. Jennifer Charles, GSU.................................. 1.13 5. Kaitlyn Nortz, UNCG..................................... 1.05

Service Aces per game 1. College of Charleston ................................... 2.07 2. Wofford ......................................................... 1.85 3. Furman ......................................................... 1.72 4. Appalachian State......................................... 1.71 5. Davidson....................................................... 1.68

Service Aces per game 1. Rebecca Wieters, COFC .............................. 0.60 2. Emily Hill, CIT ............................................... 0.52 3. Lindsey Galloway, UTC ................................ 0.49 4. Marie Dobrenz, COFC .................................. 0.48 5. Bethany Herndon, UTC ................................ 0.40

Digs per game 1. College of Charleston.. ............................... 20.44 2. Chattanooga ............................................... 19.00 3. Wofford. ...................................................... 17.15 4. Georgia Southern ....................................... 16.78 5. Western Carolina ........................................ 16.21

Digs per game 1. Marie Dobrenz, COFC .................................. 6.23 2. Lara Newberry, UTC ..................................... 6.03 3. Iulia Porumbescu, GSU ................................ 4.42 4. Kali Rumberger, ASU.................................... 4.29 5. Kate Willard, WCU........................................ 4.01

2005 All-Conference Teams First Team MB - Stefanie Panzer Appalachian State S - Kaycie Carr, College of Charleston MB - Tiffany Blum, College of Charleston RS - Rebecca Wieters, College of Charleston OH - Whitney Purser, Furman OH - Iulia Porumbescu, Georgia Southern

2006 UNCG Volleyball: 2005 SoCon Review

Team College of Charleston* # Appalachian State Georgia Southern Chattanooga Davidson Furman Wofford Western Carolina Elon UNC Greensboro The Citadel

Second Team L - Kali Rumberger, Appalachian State MB - Diana Thomas, Appalachian State OH - Amanda Timmers, College of Charleston L - Lara Newberry, Chattanooga RS - Lindsey Galloway, Chattnaooga OH - Liz Williamson, Davidson Player of the Year Kaycie Carr, College of Charleston Rayna Taylor Freshman of the Year Lara Newberry, Chattanooga Libero of the Year Lara Newberry, Chattanooga Coach of the Year Sherry Dunbar, College of Charleston

All-Tournament Team Stefanie Panzer - Appalachian State Brittany Zahn - Appalachian State Tiffany Blum - College of Charleston Kaycie Carr - College of Charleston Marie Dobrenz - College of Charleston Emily Harby - Furman Most Outstanding Player Tiffany Blum, College of Charleston 11


2006 UNCG Volleyball: The Southern Conference

The Southern Conference, which enters its 86th season of intercollegiate competition in 2006, has become known as one of the nation’s leaders in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and defining the league’s role in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has excelled as the premier Division I-AA football conference since earning that classification in 1981. The Conference currently consists of 11 members in four states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Throughout its history, the Southern Conference has been an innovator in college athletics. The Southern Conference was the first “super conference” with its charter membership including the likes of Alabama, Auburn, and North Carolina. The SoCon, as it has come to be known by headline writers throughout the country, is the league that gave birth to the threepoint shot in college basketball and was the college home of such sporting greats as Arnold Palmer, Jerry West and Charlie “Choo Choo” Justice. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. League athletes have been recognized countless times on CoSIDA Academic All-America and district teams, highlighted this year by College of Charleston’s Phillip Coker, who was named Academic All-American of the Year in baseball. A total of 19 Rhodes-Scholarship winners have been selected from the conference. MEMBERSHIP HISTORY The Southern Conference was formed on February 25, 1921 at a meeting in Atlanta, GA. Fourteen institutions from the 30-member Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) reorganized as the Southern Conference. Those charter members included Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi State, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. Athletic competition began in the fall of 1921. In 1922, six more schools - Florida, Louisiana State, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tulane and Vanderbilt - joined the fold. A year later, the University of the South joined the ranks. Virginia Military Institute became a member in 1925 and Duke University came into the fold in 1929. Since then, conference membership has experienced a series of membership changes with 42 institutions having been affiliated with the league. The league has undergone two major transitions during its history. The first occurred in December 1932 when the Southeastern Conference was formed out of the 23school Southern Conference. The league’s 13 members west and south of the Appalachian Mountains reorganized to help reduce the extensive travel demands that were present in the league at the time. In 1936, the Southern Conference invited The Citadel, William & Mary, Davidson, Furman, Richmond and Wake Forest to join the membership. The second major shift happened in 1953 when Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest officially withdrew from the league to form the Atlantic Coast Conference. This change was brought about due to the desire of many of those schools to schedule a greater number of regular season basketball games against their local rivals. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that spans four Southeastern states. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford. The most recent addition, Elon University, joined the Southern Conference on July 1, 2003. LEADERSHIP The start of the 2006 football campaign sees John Iamarino enter his first football season as the Southern Conference’s commissioner. Iamarino, who officially became the SoCon commissioner on January 2, 2006, previously served as the commissioner of the

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Northeast Conference for nine seasons. In his nine years with the Somerset, NJ-based NEC, Iamarino promoted the conference through an ambitious agenda designed to improve the quality of competition, upgrade compliance-related matters and generally increase the marketing and brand awareness of the conference and its member institutions. To improve the 21 championship NEC sports for the more than 2,200 student-athletes who compete, Iamarino helped secure professional facilities to accommodate baseball, indoor track & field, tennis and women’s swimming championships. Tournament gifts, awards, trophies and event programs were all systematically upgraded. Iamarino replaced Danny Morrison who served as commissioner from November 13, 2001 until June 15, 2005. Morrison left the league to become the director of athletics at Texas Christian University. The Southern Conference named its first commissioner in December 1950. Duke head football coach Wallace Wade made the transition from Blue Devil football coach to athletics administration as the first person at the helm of the conference. Lloyd Jordan replaced Wade as the commissioner in 1960 and served a 14-year term until Ken Germann became the league head in 1974. Germann was the commissioner for 13 years and orchestrated the league’s expansion to include women’s athletics. He was succeeded by Dave Hart in 1987 who spearheaded the transfer of the league office from Charlotte, NC to Asheville, NC. Wright Waters succeeded Hart upon his retirement in 1991. Under Waters’ leadership, the Southern Conference expanded to 12 members, added three women’s sports and posted record revenue from the basketball Tournament. Waters, who is currently the commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference, was followed by Alfred B. White in 1998. White, a veteran member of the NCAA office, introduced the current SoCon logo and elevated the conference’s commitment to marketing and development of corporate partners. He became the president of the Asheville franchise of the National Basketball Development League in 2001. CHAMPIONSHIPS HISTORY The first Southern Conference Championship was the league basketball tournament held in Atlanta in 1922. The North Carolina Tar Heels won the tournament to become the first recognized league champion in any sport. The Southern Conference Tournament remains the oldest of its kind in college basketball. In May of 1923, the league held its first outdoor track and field championship in Montgomery, AL. Mississippi A&M (now Mississippi State) captured six individual titles on its way to winning the team championship. Two other sports - cross country and tennis - held their first championships during the 1920s. North Carolina won the initial cross country team championship in 1926 in Athens, Ga. Tennis crowned its first singles and doubles champions in New Orleans, La. in 1928. Donald Cram of Vanderbilt was the league’s first singles champion, while Leonard Chamberlin and Maurie Bayon of Tulane won the doubles title. The 1930s saw four more sports - wrestling, indoor track and field, swimming and golf - celebrate their first conference championships. VMI played host to and won the first league wrestling team championship in 1930. Washington & Lee won the first indoor track team championship, which also took place in 1930 and was held at Chapel Hill, NC. The University of Virginia hosted and won the first league swimming championship in 1933, while Duke captured the first conference golf team title at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, NC later that same year. Baseball was introduced as a Southern Conference sport in 1947 as Clemson captured the league championship that year. Rifle held its first conference championship in 1956, while soccer was the most recently added men’s sport in 1967. The Southern Conference began sponsoring women’s sports during the 1983-84 season. That year, volleyball, basketball and tennis championships were held in the league. Cross country joined the mix in 1985 and the league began holding indoor and outdoor track championships in 1988. Most recently, the conference instituted golf and softball championships in the spring of 1994 and added soccer in the fall of 1994.

The Southern Conference currently declares champions in 10 men’s sports - football, soccer, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, baseball, tennis and golf - and nine women’s sports - soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, tennis, golf and softball. COACHES AND ADMINISTRATORS The Southern Conference has also been a breeding ground for some of college athletics’ most recognized coaches and administrators. Legendary basketball coaches Adolph Rupp of Kentucky and Everett Case of North Carolina State both worked the sidelines in the Southern Conference. Rupp guided the Wildcats to a 30-5 mark during the 1931 and 1932 seasons. Yet, for all his coaching accomplishments, Rupp never led Kentucky to a Southern Conference tournament championship. Case mentored the Wolfpack to six consecutive Southern Conference Tournament championships from 1947 through 1952. In North Carolina State’s final season in the league, the Wolfpack won the regular season title but fell in the tournament championship game to Wake Forest, 71-70. Despite coaching in the conference for just seven seasons, Case is the ninth winningest coach in league history and averaged 26.7 wins per year during his tenure, the best mark in conference history. Case was named Southern Conference Coach-of-the-Year three times. Lefty Driesell, most recently the head coach at Georgia State, coached Davidson to three Southern Conference Tournament championships in 1966, 1968 and 1969. Driesell also won the league’s Coach-ofthe-Year award four straight times from 1963 through 1966. Former Georgia Tech coach Bobby Cremins earned league Coach-of-the-Year honors three times in the late ’70s and early ’80s while at Appalachian State. Cremins returned to the league in July 2006 when he was named head coach at College of Charleston. Terry Holland saw his basketball coaching career take off at Davidson when he returned to his alma mater in 1970. Holland was honored as the Southern Conference Coach-of-the-Year for three consecutive seasons from 1970-72 and led the Wildcats to the conference tournament title and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 1970. Holland later led Virginia to the Final Four in 1984. After his coaching career concluded, Holland returned to the Southern Conference as the athletic director at Davidson from 1990-1995 before accepting the same position at Virginia. J. Dallas Shirley, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, spent 21 years as the assistant to the commissioner and supervisor of officials in the Southern Conference. Shirley worked with the conference from 1967 until 1988 under three commissioners: Lloyd P. Jordan, Kenneth G. Germann, and David R. Hart. Shirley was a basketball official in the Southern Conference for 30 years and officiated over 2,000 career games in various leagues. He also served as president of the International Association Basketball Officials and the United States Olympic Basketball Committee. Even the legendary Paul “Bear” Bryant got his coaching start in the Southern Conference as he guided the Maryland Terrapins in 1945. A former Southern Conference football coach who reached “folk legend” status is the late Frank Howard of Clemson, who guided the Tigers as a league member from 1940-52. Howard won 69 Southern Conference games which still ranks tied for fourth on the league’s all-time coaching victories list. The Southern Conference has been represented on the sidelines at five Super Bowls in recent years. Bobby Ross, who piloted the San Diego Chargers to the 1996 Super Bowl, was the head coach at The Citadel from 1973-77. Former Buffalo Bills head coach Marv Levy directed William & Mary from 1964-68. He was succeeded at William & Mary by Lou Holtz. William & Mary competed in the Southern Conference from 1936-77.

The Southern Conference www.soconsports.com


Individual Single Season Records Hitting Percentage

Digs Per Game

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

Julie Parish ......................1990 ............................ .451 Lisa Beverly .....................1984 ............................ .434 Lisa Beverly .....................1983 ............................ .389 Julie Parish ......................1989 ............................ .378 Tammy Tindall ..................1995 ............................ .360 Melanie Trexler ................1992 ............................ .339 Missi Olson ......................1990 ............................ .336 Kathy Quaintance ............1989 ............................ .325 Stacy Meadows ...............1995 ............................ .325 10. Lisa Beverly .....................1982 ............................ .320

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

Kills

Service Aces

1. 2. 3. 4.

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

Liz Gremillion

Kathy Quaintance ............1989 ................................91 Lisa Beverly .....................1984 ................................87 Tanya Edmunds ...............1989 ................................77 Missi Olson ......................1990 ................................69 Becky Moore ....................1999 ................................69 Julie Parish ......................1989 ................................61 Gia Orlando .....................1987 ................................60 Kathy Quaintance ............1990 ................................60 Tanya Edmunds ...............1990 ................................60 Becky Moore ....................2000 ................................57

Kills Per Game

Service Aces Per Game

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

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

Kathy Quaintance ............1989 .............................3.88 LaJean Morrow ................2003 .............................3.68 Becky Moore ....................2000 .............................3.64 Missi Olson ......................1992 .............................3.56 Missi Olson ......................1990 .............................3.49 Robin Schuller .................1996 .............................3.48 Julie Parish ......................1989 .............................3.35 Missi Olson ......................1991 .............................3.32 Dawn Bright .....................2002 .............................3.31 Robin Schuller .................1994 .............................3.22

Lisa Beverly .....................1984 ...........................0.837 Kathy Quaintance ............1989 ...........................0.722 Becky Moore ....................1999 .......................... 0.711 Tanya Edmunds ...............1989 ...........................0.616 Gia Orlando .....................1987 ...........................0.583 Missi Olson ......................1989 ...........................0.564 Missi Olson ......................1990 ...........................0.507 Becky Moore ....................2000 .......................... 0.496 Julie Parish ......................1989 ...........................0.488 Robin Schuller .................1996 .......................... 0.484

Assists

Blocks

1. Liz Gremillion ...................1994 ...........................1,332 2. Liz Gremillion ...................1992 ...........................1,276 3. Jessica Chappell ..............1997 ...........................1,253 4. Tanya Edmunds ...............1989 ...........................1,240 5. Liz Gremillion ...................1993 ...........................1,153 6. Adrian Hicks .....................2005 ...........................1,100 7. Robyn Jameson ...............2000 ...........................1,019 8. Liz Gremillion ...................1995 ..............................990 9. Robyn Jameson ...............1998 ..............................977 10. Robyn Jameson ...............1999 ..............................966 stats not available before 1987

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

LaJean Morrow

Lisa Beverly .....................1984 ..............................198 Melanie Trexler ................1992 ..............................169 Melanie Trexler ................1993 ..............................163 Julie Parish ......................1990 ..............................155 Lorie Beam ......................1986 ..............................142 Jen Emery ........................1986 ..............................139 Rayna Taylor ....................1998 ..............................123 Jen Yarborough................1992 ..............................121 Kaitlyn Nortz ....................2005 ..............................121 10. Jen Emery ........................1984 .............................. 118

Blocks Per Game

Assists Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Lisa Beverly .....................1984 .............................1.90 Lorie Beam ......................1986 .............................1.61 Melanie Trexler ................1993 .............................1.54 Jen Emery ........................1986 .............................1.45 Jen Emery ........................1984 .............................1.42 Julie Parish ......................1990 .............................1.17 Melanie Trexler ................1992 .............................1.17 8. Kelly Boerstler ..................1997 .............................1.15 9. Stacy Meadows ...............1995 .............................1.13 10. Samika Hawkins ..............1998 ............................. 1.11 Tammy Tindall ..................1993 ............................. 1.11

Liz Gremillion ...................1994 ........................... 11.39 Liz Gremillion ...................1995 ...........................10.53 Liz Gremillion ...................1992 ...........................10.46 Tanya Edmunds ...............1989 .............................9.92 Jessica Chappell ..............1997 .............................9.71 Adrian Hicks .....................2005 .............................9.57 Jessica Chappell ..............1996 .............................9.39 Robyn Jameson ...............1998 .............................9.39 Liz Gremillion ...................1993 .............................9.37 Robyn Jameson ...............2000 .............................9.35

Digs

Games Played

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

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Julie Parish ......................1990 ..............................641 Rebekah Faulise ..............2004 ..............................615 Missi Olson ......................1991 ..............................578 Julie Parish ......................1989 ..............................551 Missi Olson ......................1990 ..............................531 Christie Ayscue ................1991 ..............................494 Kathy Quaintance ............1989 ..............................486 Lauren Yarish ...................1991 ..............................479 Christie Ayscue ................1990 ..............................472 Missi Olson ......................1992 ..............................457

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Missi Olson ......................1992 ..............................524 Kathy Quaintance ............1989 ..............................489 Missi Olson ......................1990 ..............................475 Julie Parish ......................1989 ..............................419 Becky Moore ....................2000 ..............................419 6. Julie Parish ......................1990 ..............................407 7. Kelley Evans ....................1997 ..............................403 8. Robin Schuller .................1996 ..............................397 9. Robin Schuller .................1994 ..............................396 10. LaJean Morrow ................2003 ..............................379

Missi Olson ......................1991 .............................5.16 Rebekah Faulise ..............2004 .............................5.08 Julie Parish ......................1990 .............................4.86 Cristine Ayscue ................1991 .............................4.57 Julie Parish ......................1989 .............................4.41 Lauren Yarish ...................1991 .............................4.20 Robin Schuller .................1996 .............................3.95 Missi Olson ......................1990 .............................3.90 Missi Olson ......................1989 .............................3.89 Alysia Rosvold .................2005 .............................3.89

Missi Olson

Tanya Edmunds ...............1992 ..............................148 Missi Olson ......................1992 ..............................147 Malanie Trexler ................1992 ..............................144 Lauren Yarish ...................1992 ..............................143 Tanya Edmunds ...............1990 ..............................138 Kathy Quaintance ............1990 ..............................137 Casey Seeger ..................1992 ..............................137 8. Missi Olson ......................1990 ..............................136 Tiffany Wilson ..................1992 ..............................136 10. Julie Parish ......................1990 ..............................132

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Individual Career Records Hitting Percentage

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

Service Aces Per Game

Lisa Beverly .....................1982-84 ....................... .376 Julie Parish ......................1987-90 ....................... .332 Kathy Quaintance ............1989-90 ....................... .314 Tammy Tindall ..................1992-95 ....................... .307 Jen Emery ........................1983-84, 86 ................. .292 Christie Ayscue ................1988-91 ....................... .282 Melanie Trexler ................1990-93 ....................... .274 Stacy Meadows ...............1992-95 ....................... .254 Liz Gremillion ...................1992-95 ....................... .253 Missi Olson ......................1989-92 ....................... .278

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

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

Missi Olson ......................1989-92 ......................1,600 Julie Parish ......................1987-90 ......................1,432 Robin Schuller .................1993-96 ......................1,332 Becky Moore ....................1997-00 ......................1,127 Kelley Evans ....................1996-99 ...................... 1,116 Lauren Yarish ...................1990-93 ......................1,107 Stacy Meadows ...............1992-95 .........................956 Melanie Trexler ................1990-93 .........................903 Lisa Beverly .....................1982-84 .........................872 Kathy Quaintance ............1989-90 .........................842

Digs

Kelley Evans

Kills Per Game Missi Olson ......................1989-92 ........................3.27 Kathy Quaintance ............1989-90 ........................3.20 Julie Parish ......................1987-90 ........................3.04 Cindy VanDervoort ...........2004 .............................3.04 5. Robin Schuller .................1993-96 ........................2.97 6. Becky Moore ....................1997-00 ........................2.95 7. LaJean Morrow ................2000-03 ........................2.70 8. Hilary Overby ...................2003- ............................2.57 9. Kelley Evans ....................1996-99 ........................2.52 10. Dawn Bright .....................2000-02 ........................2.51

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

Assists Liz Gremillion ...................1992-95 ......................4,751 Robyn Jameson ...............1998-01 ......................3,641 Adrian Hicks .....................2002-05 ......................3,141 Tanya Edmunds ...............1989-92 ......................2,738 Jessica Chappell ..............1996-97 ......................2,021 Liz Penn ...........................1987-88 ......................1,108 Pam Johnson ...................1987-88 ......................1,071 Juliet Pack .......................2001-02 .........................713 Stephanie Elbe ................2003-04 .........................712 Ellen Gallagher ................1993-96 .........................459

Assists Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Rebekah Faulise

Liz Gremillion ...................1992-95 ......................10.42 Jessica Chappell ..............1996-97 ........................9.62 Robyn Jameson ...............1998-01 ........................8.71 Adrian Hicks .....................2002-05 ........................8.92 Stephanie Elbe ................2003-04 ........................8.57

Missi Olson ......................1989-92 ........................3.95 Christie Ayscue ................1988-91 ........................3.66 Rebekah Faulise ..............2001-04 ........................3.48 Robin Schuller .................1993-96 ........................3.33 Lauren Yarish ...................1990-93 ........................3.29 Kathy Quaintance ............1989-90 ........................2.99 Stacy Meadows ...............1992-95 ........................2.95 Alysia Rosvold .................2004-05 ........................2.91 Kelley Evans ....................1996-99 ........................2.84 Julie Parish ......................1987-90 ........................2.77

1. Melanie Trexler ................1990-93 .........................522 2. Julie Parish ......................1987-90 .........................394 3. Tammy Tindall .................1992-95 .........................313 4. Stacy Meadows ...............1992-95 .........................305 5. Lauren Yarish ...................1990-93 .........................336 6. Jen Emery ........................1983-86 ....................... 300* 7. Liz Gremillion ...................1992-95 .........................243 8. Dawn Bright .....................2000-02 .........................238 9. Rayna Taylor ....................1998-99 .........................237 10. Kara Faulise .....................1996-99 .........................234 * missing 1985

Blocks Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Missi Olson ......................1989-92 .........................221 Tanya Edmunds ...............1989-92 .........................215 Robin Schuller .................1993-96 .........................173 Lauren Yarish ...................1990-93 .........................171 Becky Moore ....................1997-00 .........................155 Gia Orlando .....................1986-88 .........................152 Kathy Quaintance ............1989-90 .........................151 Liz Gremillion ..................1992-95 .........................145 Kelley Evans ....................1996-99 .........................142 Stacy Meadows ...............1992-95 ......................... 119

Melanie Trexler ................1990-93 ........................ 1.11 Rayna Taylor ....................1998-99 ........................1.06 Kelly Boerstler ..................1996-97 ........................0.99 Tammy Tindall ..................1992-95 ........................0.98 Samika Hawkins ..............1998-99 ........................0.96 Julie Parish ......................1987-90 ........................0.84 Lauren Richards ..............2002-05 ........................0.83 Dawn Bright .....................2000-02 ........................0.76 Maribeth Lessner .............1994-97 ........................0.74 Stacy Meadows ...............1992-95 ........................0.74

Games Played

Becky Moore 14

Missi Olson ......................1989-92 ......................1,932 Lauren Yarish ...................1990-93 ......................1,660 Robin Schuller .................1993-96 ......................1,493 Christie Ayscue ................1988-91 ......................1,349 Julie Parish ......................1987-90 ......................1,305 Kelley Evans ....................1996-99 ......................1,256 Rebekah Faulise ..............2001-04 ......................1,249 Stacy Meadows ...............1992-95 ......................1,215 Ellen Gallagher ................1993-96 ......................1,153 Liz Gremillion ...................1992-95 ......................1,137

Blocks

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

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

Digs per game

1. 2. 3.

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

Kathy Quaintance ............1989-90 ..................... 0.574 Gia Orlando .....................1986-88 ..................... 0.475 Missi Olson ......................1989-92 ..................... 0.452 Tanya Edmunds ...............1989-92 ..................... 0.413 Becky Moore ....................1997-00 ..................... 0.406 Robin Schuller .................1993-96 ..................... 0.386 Lauren Yarish ...................1990-93 ..................... 0.339 Kelley Evans ....................1996-99 ..................... 0.321 Liz Gremillion ...................1992-95 ..................... 0.318 Stacy Meadows ...............1992-95 ..................... 0.289

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

Tanya Edmunds ...............1989-92 .........................521 Lauren Yarish ...................1990-93 .........................505 Missi Olson ......................1989-92 .........................489 Julie Parish ......................1987-90 .........................471 Melanie Trexler ................1990-93 .........................469 Liz Gremillion ...................1992-95 .........................456 Robin Schuller .................1993-96 .........................448 Kelley Evans ...................1996-99 .........................443 Deetra Bryant ...................1994-97 .........................438 Robyn Jameson ...............1998-01 .........................418


Individual and Team Match Records Hitting Percentage Three-Game Match .514 .............................................. vs. Virginia Commonwealth (September 22, 1995) Four-Game Match .465 ........................................................................... at Campbell (October 15, 1993) Five-Game Match .349 ........................................................................ at The Citadel (October 27, 2001)

Kills Three-Game Match 24 ................................................LaJean Morrow vs. The Citadel (October 17, 2003) Four-Game Match 25 ....................................................... Kelley Evans vs. Davidson (October 22, 1997) Five-Game Match 34 ................................................... Becky Moore vs. Chattanooga (October 4, 1997)

Kills Three-Game Match 66 ...................................................................................at Liberty (October 25, 1994) Four-Game Match 78 ............................................................................... vs. Wofford (October 21, 1997) Five-Game Match 91 ......................................................................... at Campbell (September 30, 1994)

Attack Attempts Three-Game Match 51 .......................................................... Robin Schuller at Liberty (October 25, 1994) Four-Game Match 75 ............................................. Missi Olson vs. UNC Asheville (November 14, 1992) Five-Game Match 84 ................................................... Becky Moore vs. Chattanooga (October 3, 1997)

Attack Attempts Three-Game Match 192 .................................................................................at Liberty (October 25, 1994) Four-Game Match 246 ......................................................... at North Carolina State (November 9, 1994) Five-Game Match 260 ........................................................................ vs. Radford (November 13, 1993)

Assists Three-Game Match 56 ............................................................Liz Gremillion at Liberty (October 25, 1994) Four-Game Match 64 ................................Robyn Jameson vs. Georgia Southern (September 30, 2000) Five-Game Match 75 ...................................................Liz Gremillion at Campbell (September 30, 1994)

Assists Three-Game Match 64 ...................................................................................at Liberty (October 25, 1994) Four-Game Match 73 ............................................................................... vs. Wofford (October 21, 1997) Five-Game Match 85 .............................................................................. at Campbell (October 27, 2001)

Service Aces Three-Game Match 8 ..............................................................Sarah Bosch vs. Furman (October 9, 2001) Four-Game Match 8 ................................................................................................. Becky Moore (Twice) Five-Game Match 6 ......................................................................................................................... Twice

Service Aces Three-Game Match 15 .................................................................. vs. Chattanooga (September 30, 1995) Four-Game Match 19 ........................................................................ vs. Hampton (September 10, 1999) Five-Game Match 17 .............................................................. vs. Western Carolina (November 6, 2004)

Block Solo Three-Game Match 5 ......................................................................................................................... Twice Four-Game Match 5 .................................................................................................................Four Times Five-Game Match 4 ..................................Melanie Trexler vs. North Carolina State (November 2, 1993)

Block Solo Three-Game Match 12 ............................................................................. at Dayton (September 25, 1992) Four-Game Match 11 ............................................................................at Radford (September 25, 1991) Five-Game Match 9 .............................................................at College of Charleston (October 30, 1999)

Block Assists Three-Game Match 10 .........................................................Dawn Bright at The Citadel (October 6, 2002) Four-Game Match 8 ................................................................................................................Eight Times Five-Game Match 10 ................................................Jenny Yarborough at Liberty (September 15, 1992)

Block Assists Three-Game Match 31....................................................................................................................... Twice Four-Game Match 26 ............................................................at Appalachian State (September 22, 1998) Five-Game Match 32 ..............................................................................at Liberty (September 15, 1992)

Total Blocks Three-Game Match 11 .........................................................Dawn Bright at The Citadel (October 6, 2002) Four-Game Match 12 .......................................................Kelly Boerstler vs. Radford (October 25, 1996) Five-Game Match 12 ....................................................................................................................... Twice

Total Blocks Three-Game Match 36 ................................................................................. at Elon (September 29, 1999) Four-Game Match 29....................................................................................................................... Twice Five-Game Match 39 ........................................................................... at Campbell (September 4, 1997)

Digs Three-Game Match 24 .........Rebekah Faulise vs. Davidson (10/16/04) & Alysia Rosvold at VCU (9/3/05) Four-Game Match 31 ................................... Rebekah Faulise vs. Georgia Southern (October 17, 2004) Five-Game Match 33...... Robin Schuller vs. Coastal Carolina (11/1/96) & Rebekah Faullise vs. Wofford (10/ 6/04)

Digs Three-Game Match 85 ...................................................................................at Liberty (October 25, 1994) Four-Game Match 130 ......................................................... at North Carolina State (November 9, 1994) Five-Game Match 154 ......................................................................... vs. Radford (November 13, 1993)

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Hitting Percentage Three-Game Match .857 (12-0-14) ......................Lauren Richards vs. Gardner-Webb (October 26, 2004) Four-Game Match .560 ....................................................Stacy Meadows at VCU (September 17, 1994) Five-Game Match .550 ......................................................Kelley Evans vs. Drexel (September 7, 1996)

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Dixie Conference (pre-1991)

SoCon Freshman of the Year 1998 .............................................................. Rayna Taylor

All-Dixie Conference 1981 Maggie Hayes ..................................First Team Sandra Smith ...................................First Team Brenda Suits ....................................First Team 1982 Lisa Beverly .....................................First Team Maggie Hayes ..................................First Team Brenda Suits ....................................First Team Shirese Moore ........................... Second Team 1983 Lisa Beverly ....................................First Team Maggie Hayes ..................................First Team Shirese Moore ........................... Second Team 1984 Lisa Beverly .....................................First Team Maggie Hayes ..................................First Team Shirese Moore ........................... Second Team Sandra Smith ............................. Second Team 1985 Jen Emery........................................First Team Sarah Farlow ............................. Second Team Liz penn ..................................... Second Team Georgeanne Wyrick ................... Second Team 1986 Jen Emery........................................First Team Georgeanne Wyrick ................... Second Team 1987 Gia Orlando .....................................First Team Laura Larson.............................. Second Team

CoSIDA District III Academic All-American 2005 ..................................................................Lori Collins

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Big South (1992-96) All-Big South 1992 Missi Olson ......................................First Team 1993 Lauren Yarish ...................................First Team Melanie Trexler .......................... Second Team 1994 Liz Gremillion ...................................First Team Robin Schuller .................................First Team Stacy Meadows ........................ Second Team 1995 Liz Gremillion ...................................First Team Stacy Meadows ...............................First Team Robin Schuller .................................First Team 1996 Ellen Gallagher .......................... Second Team Robin Schuller ........................... Second Team

Rayna Taylor

All-Big South Tournament 1992 .................................................................Missi Olson 1993 ..............................................................Liz Gremillion ..................................................................... Lauren Yarish 1994 ..............................................................Liz Gremillion ....................................................................Robin Schuller 1995 ..............................................................Liz Gremillion .................................................................... Tammy Tindall

All-Dixie Tournament 1981 ................................................................Lisa Beverly .................................................................... Maggie Hayes .....................................................................Sherrie Moore .......................................................................Brenda Suits 1982 ...............................................................Brenda Suits ........................................................................Lisa Beverly .................................................................... Maggie Hayes ....................................................................Shirese Moore 1983 ................................................................Lisa Beverly .................................................................... Maggie Hayes ....................................................................Shirese Moore 1984 ............................................................ Maggie Hayes ........................................................................Lisa Beverly ....................................................................Shirese Moore 1985 ..............................................................Sarah Farlow 1986 .................................................................. Jen Emery

Big South Tournament MVP 1994 ..............................................................Liz Gremillion Big South Player of the Year 1995 ..............................................................Liz Gremillion Big South Volleyball Scholar-Athlete of the Year 1996 ..............................................................Liz Gremillion Big South Coach of the Year 1995 ..................................................................... Tere Dail

Robin Schuller Coaching Records Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Dixie Conference Coach of the Year 1982 ..................................................................... Tere Dail 1984 ..................................................................... Tere Dail 1985 ..................................................................... Tere Dail

Tere Dail ...........................1979-99 .........................490 Pat Hielscher ...................1971-74 .........................106 Kaye Moody .....................1975-78 ...........................61 Stacy Meadows ...............2000-04 ...........................29 Shawn Garus ...................2005- .................................5

Winning Pct. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Pat Hieslscher ..................1971-74 ....................... .779 Tere Dail ...........................1979-99 ....................... .654 Kaye Moody .....................1975-78 ....................... .424 Stacy Meadows ...............2000-04 ....................... .180 Shawn Garus ...................2005- ........................... .161

Tere Dail

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Dixie Conference Tournament MVP 1982 ...............................................................Brenda Suits 1983 ................................................................Lisa Beverly 1984 ............................................................ Maggie Hayes


1980 Record: 28-11 Head Coach: Tere Dail NORTH CAROLINA STATE........... L 0-3 NORTH CAROLINA....................... L 1-3 WINSTON-SALEM STATE ...........W 2-0 vs. Winston-Salem State ..............W 2-0 at High Point .................................W 2-1 at Wake Forest .............................W 2-1 vs. Catawba ..................................W 2-0 UNC ASHEVILLE .........................W 2-0 GUILFORD ...................................W 2-0 at North Carolina A&T...................W 2-0 vs. Bennett....................................W 2-0 vs. Catawba ..................................W 2-1 at Winston-Salem State ................W 2-1 APPALACHIAN STATE.................. L 0-2 HIGH POINT.................................W 2-1 vs. East Carolina ..........................W 2-0 vs. Baptist .....................................W 2-0 vs. College of Charleston .............. L 0-2 vs. Pembroke State ......................W 2-1 at Francis Marion ........................... L 1-2 NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL ....W 3-0 at Virginia Tech .............................. L 1-2 vs. Christopher Newport ...............W 2-0 WAKE FOREST............................. L 1-2 vs. Mars Hill ..................................W 2-0 at Lenoir-Rhyne ............................W 2-0 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ..............W 2-0 ST. AUGUSTINE’S .......................W 2-1 at Western Carolina ....................... L 1-2 vs. Gardner-Webb ........................W 2-1 at Guilford .....................................W 2-1 vs. Charlotte .................................. L 0-2 at Elon ..........................................W 2-1 vs. Elon .........................................W 2-0 vs. Western Carolina ..................... L 0-2 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne ..........................W 2-0 vs. High Point ...............................W 2-0 vs. Charlotte .................................W 2-0 vs. Western Carolina ..................... L 1-2

1981 Record 21-17 (5-3 Dixie, 2nd) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/15 9/17 9/22 9/22 9/25 9/25 9/26 9/28 9/28 10/1 10/1 10/5 10/5 10/7 10/7 10/9 10/9 10/10 10/10 10/10 10/10 10/12 10/12 10/13 10/13 10/15 10/15 10/22 10/22 10/26 10/26 11/2 11/3 11/3 11/5 11/5 11/6

at Duke .......................................... L 0-3 at Wingate ....................................W 3-1 vs. St. Andrews# ...........................W 2-0 at Greensboro#.............................W 2-0 vs. UNC Wilmington .....................W 2-0 at Guilford ...................................... L 1-2 at NC Wesleyan#........................... L 0-3 METHODIST# ..............................W 2-1 BENNETT .....................................W 2-0 at Atlantic Christian .......................W 2-1 vs. Fayetteville State ....................W 2-0 GREENSBORO ............................. L 1-2 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ..............W 2-0 vs. Gardner-Webb ........................W 2-1 at Catawba ...................................W 2-0 vs. Baptist ...................................... L 0-2 at Francis Marion ........................... L 0-2 vs. Winthrop................................... L 0-2 vs. Gardner-Webb ........................W 2-0 vs. College of Charleston .............. L 0-2 vs. Furman..................................... L 0-2 vs. Bennett....................................W 2-0 at Meredith....................................W 2-0 LENOIR-RHYNE ........................... L 0-2 HIGH POINT.................................W 2-0 VIRGINIA TECH ............................ L 1-2 GUILFORD .................................... L 0-2 vs. Western Carolina ..................... L 0-2 at Charlotte .................................... L 0-2 vs. NC Wesleyan# ......................... L 0-2 at St. Andrews# ............................W 2-0 at Methodist# ................................W 3-1 vs. Queens (NC) ...........................W 2-0 at Greensboro#.............................W 2-0 vs. UNC Wilmington ...................... L 1-2 at Wake Forest .............................. L 0-2 vs. St. Andrews+...........................W 3-0

at NC Wesleyan+..........................W 3-2

* Dixie Conference match # USC Spartanburg Tourn. (Spartanburg, SC) + Dixie Conference Tourn. (Newport News, VA)

DIAC Tournament Champions 1982 Record: 32-10 (9-1 Dixie, 1st) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/14 9/16 9/16 9/20 9/20 9/21 9/21 9/23 9/23 9/24 9/24 9/25 9/25 9/25 9/25 9/28 9/29 9/29 9/30 9/30 10/1 10/2 10/4 10/4 10/5 10/5 10/7 10/12 10/12 10/13 10/13 10/21 10/24 10/25 10/25 10/27 10/28 10/28 11/3 11/5 11/6 11/20

at Duke .......................................... L 1-2 at Greensboro* .............................W 3-1 vs. Winston-Salem State ..............W 2-0 vs. Elon .........................................W 2-0 at North Carolina A&T...................W 2-0 NC WESLEYAN* ........................... L 0-2 MEREDITH ...................................W 2-0 ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN ................W 2-0 RADFORD ....................................W 2-1 vs. Wofford# .................................W 2-0 vs. South Carolina State# .............W 2-0 at USC Spartanburg# ...................W 2-0 vs. Gardner-Webb# ......................W 2-0 vs. Columbia College#..................W 2-1 vs. Wake Forest#........................... L 0-2 at Liberty ........................................ L 1-3 at Lenoir-Rhyne ............................. L 1-2 vs. Mars Hill ................................... L 1-2 METHODIST* ...............................W 2-0 WINGATE .....................................W 2-0 at Mary Washington......................W 2-1 at Christopher Newport* ...............W 3-0 at High Point .................................. L 1-2 vs. Elon .........................................W 2-1 ST. ANDREWS* ............................W 2-0 AVERETT* ....................................W 2-0 at NC Wesleyan* ..........................W 3-2 vs. UNC Wilmington .....................W 2-0 at Methodist*.................................W 2-0 vs. Charlotte .................................W 2-1 at Virginia Tech .............................. L 0-2 at Elon ..........................................W 3-2 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT* ...........W 3-1 GREENSBORO* ..........................W 2-0 CATAWBA.....................................W 2-0 WAKE FOREST............................. L 0-3 at St. Andrews* .............................W 2-1 vs. Coastal Carolina .....................W 2-1 at Guilford .....................................W 3-2 vs. St. Andrews+...........................W 3-1 vs. NC Wesleyan+ ........................W 3-1 vs. Ohio Northern! ......................... L 0-3

* Dixie Conference match # USC Spartanburg Tourn. (Spartanburg, SC) + Dixie Conference Tourn. (Newport News, VA) ! NCAA Tournament First-Round (Ada, OH)

DIAC Regular Season Champions DIAC Tournament Champions NCAA Div. III Tournament 1983 Record: 29-6 (10-2 Dixie, 1st) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/13 9/13 9/20 9/27 9/28 9/28 9/29 10/1 10/1 10/3 10/3 10/4 10/4 10/6 10/6 10/11

vs. Greensboro .............................W 2-0 vs. UNC Wilmington .....................W 2-1 GREENSBORO* ........................... L 0-3 at Methodist*.................................W 3-0 NC WESLEYAN* ..........................W 3-1 GUILFORD .................................... L 0-2 AVERETT* ....................................W 3-0 at Radford ...................................... L 0-2 vs. University of D.C. ....................W 2-0 LIBERTY.......................................W 2-0 ELON ............................................W 2-0 ST. ANDREWS* ............................W 3-1 LENOIR-RHYNE ..........................W 2-0 at NC Wesleyan* ..........................W 3-0 vs. Mary Washington ....................W 2-0 METHODIST* ...............................W 3-0

10/12 10/20 10/21 10/21 10/22 10/22 10/22 10/22 10/25 10/27 10/27 10/30 10/31 10/31 11/2 11/2 11/5 11/5 11/18

at Averett* .....................................W 3-0 at Christopher Newport* ...............W 3-0 at Salisbury State# .......................W 2-0 vs. Messiah#.................................. L 0-2 vs. Elon# .......................................W 2-1 vs. Kean#......................................W 2-0 vs. Catholic# .................................W 2-0 vs. Galaudet# ...............................W 2-0 at Wake Forest .............................W 2-1 at Greensboro* .............................W 3-0 vs. North Carolina A&T .................W 2-0 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT* ...........W 3-0 at St. Andrews ............................... L 0-3 vs. Coastal Carolina .....................W 2-0 at Roanoke ...................................W 2-0 vs. Eastern Mennonite ..................W 2-0 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT+.........W 2-0 GREENSBORO+..........................W 3-0 at Western Maryland! .................... L 1-3

* Dixie Conference match # Salisbury State Tournament (Salisbury, MD) + Dixie Conference Tournament (Greensboro, NC) ! NCAATournament First-Round (Westminster, MD)

DIAC Regular Season Champions DIAC Tournament Champions NCAA Div. III Tournament 1984 Record: 34-4 (12-0 Dixie, 1st) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/12 9/12 9/13 9/17 9/17 9/19 9/19 9/25 9/25 9/27 9/27 9/30 10/2 10/2 10/3 10/5 10/5 10/6 10/6 10/6 10/6 10/6 10/8 10/9 10/11 10/11 10/19 10/20 10/20 10/20 10/20 10/23 10/24 10/29 11/3 11/3 11/17 11/30

METHODIST* ...............................W 3-0 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ..............W 2-0 at Charlotte ...................................W 3-0 vs. Gardner-Webb ........................W 2-0 at Catawba ...................................W 2-1 at Greensboro* .............................W 3-1 vs. Longwood ...............................W 2-0 AVERETT* ....................................W 3-0 ROANOKE....................................W 2-0 at NC Wesleyan* ..........................W 3-1 vs. Mary Washington ....................W 2-0 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*............W 3-0 at Guilford .....................................W 2-0 vs. Gardner-Webb ........................W 2-0 ST. ANDREWS* ............................W 3-0 vs. Millikan# ..................................W 2-1 vs. Cortland State# .......................W 2-0 vs. Shippensburg# ......................... L 0-2 vs. Thiel# ......................................W 2-1 vs. Greensboro# ...........................W 2-0 vs. Brooklyn# ................................W 2-0 vs. Shippensburg# ......................... L 0-2 WAKE FOREST............................W 3-1 NC WESLEYAN* ..........................W 3-0 at Methodist*.................................W 3-0 vs. Meredith ..................................W 2-0 at Christopher Newport* ...............W 3-0 vs. Christopher Newport^ .............W 2-1 vs. Randolph-Macon^ ...................W 2-1 vs. Bridgewater State^..................W 2-0 vs. Radford^ .................................. L 0-2 at Averett* .....................................W 3-0 GREENSBORO* ..........................W 3-1 at St. Andrews* .............................W 3-1 vs. Methodist+ ..............................W 3-0 vs. St. Andrews+...........................W 3-1 BROOKLYN! .................................W 3-1 at Calvin% ..................................... L 1-3

* Dixie Conference match # Juniata College Tournament (Huntingdon, PA) ^ Longwood Tournament (Farmville, VA) + Dixie Conference Tournament (Greensboro, NC) ! NCAA Tourn. First-Round (Greensboro, NC) % NCAATourn. Second-Round (Grand Rapids, MI)

DIAC Regular Season Champions DIAC Tournament Champions NCAA Div. III Tournament

1985 Record: 16-15 (9-3 Dixie, 1st) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/11 9/11 9/13 9/16 9/18 9/20 9/23 9/26 9/29 10/2 10/4 10/4 10/5 10/5 10/5 10/8 10/10 10/14 10/16 10/16 10/24 10/26 10/26 10/26 10/26 10/28 10/30 10/30 11/1 11/2 11/6

at Methodist*.................................. L 1-3 vs. UNC Wilmington ...................... L 1-2 at Wake Forest .............................. L 1-3 at NC Wesleyan* ..........................W 3-0 GREENSBORO* ..........................W 3-0 ELON ............................................W 3-1 CHARLOTTE ................................. L 2-3 AVERETT* ....................................W 3-0 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT* ......... L 2-3 NC WESLEYAN* ..........................W 3-0 vs. Eastern Mennonite# ................W 2-0 vs. Western Maryland# .................. L 0-2 vs. Grove City# .............................. L 0-2 vs. Brockport State# .....................W 2-1 vs. Ithaca# ..................................... L 0-2 at Greensboro* .............................W 3-1 ST. ANDREWS* ............................W 3-1 at Averett* .....................................W 3-0 vs. Elon .........................................W 2-0 at North Carolina A&T.................... L 0-2 at Christopher Newport* ...............W 3-0 vs. Gettysburg! .............................. L 1-2 vs. Gallaudet!................................. L 0-2 vs. York! ......................................... L 1-2 vs. Mary Washington! ...................W 2-1 at St. Andrews* .............................. L 1-2 METHODIST* ...............................W 3-1 CATAWBA.....................................W 2-0 vs. Averett+...................................W 3-0 vs. Christopher Newport+ .............. L 2-3 GUILFORD .................................... L 1-3

* Dixie Conference match # Juniata College Tournament (Huntingdon, PA) ! Western Maryland Tournament (Westminster, MD) + Dixie Conference Tournament (Newport News, VA)

DIAC Co-Regular Season Champions 1986 Record: 17-21 (7-5 Dixie, 4th) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/11 9/16 9/18 9/19 9/19 9/20 9/20 9/23 9/26 9/27 9/29 9/29 10/1 10/7 10/7 10/10 10/10 10/10 10/11 10/11 10/13 10/15 10/16 10/21 10/23 10/24 10/25 10/25 10/25 10/25 10/25 10/28 10/30 11/4 11/4 11/5 11/7 11/8

at Guilford .....................................W 3-1 at Charlotte .................................... L 0-3 METHODIST* ................................ L 2-3 vs. St. Mary’s (MN)# ...................... L 0-2 at Illinois Benedictine# ................... L 0-2 vs. Wheaton (IL)# .......................... L 0-2 vs. Quincy# .................................... L 0-2 at St. Andrews* .............................. L 2-3 NC WESLEYAN* ..........................W 3-1 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*..........W 3-1 at Elon ...............................................W 0-2 vs. High Point ......................................L 0-2 at Greensboro*....................................L 1-3 at Catawba ..........................................L 1-2 vs. Pfeiffer............................................L 0-2 CATAWBA^ .......................................W 2-0 vs. Meredith^ .....................................W 2-0 GREENSBORO^ ................................L 0-2 vs. Elizabethtown^ ..............................L 0-2 vs. Mary Washington^ ........................L 0-2 ST. ANDREWS* ............................. L 1-3 GREENSBORO* ........................... L 1-3 at Averett* .....................................W 2-0 DAVIDSON ...................................W 3-0 at Christopher Newport* ...............W 3-0 vs. Dickinson! ...............................W 2-1 vs. Glassboro State! .....................W 2-0 vs. Gallaudet!................................W 2-0 vs. Gettysburg! .............................. L 1-2 at Western Maryland! .................... L 0-2 vs. Eastern Mennonite! .................. L 0-2 at NC Wesleyan* ..........................W 3-1 at Methodist*.................................W 3-1 AVERETT* ....................................W 3-0 GUILFORD ...................................W 2-0 WAKE FOREST............................. L 1-3 vs. Christopher Newport+ .............W 3-0 vs. Greensboro+ ............................ L 1-3

2006 UNCG Volleyball: All-Time Results

9/10 9/15 9/18 9/22 9/22 9/25 9/25 9/30 9/30 10/1 10/1 10/7 10/7 10/9 10/9 10/10 10/10 10/11 10/11 10/11 10/14 10/24 10/24 10/28 10/30 10/30 11/4 11/4 11/5 11/5 11/7 11/12 11/12 11/14 11/14 11/14 11/15 11/15 11/15

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* Dixie Conference match # Illinois Benedictine Tournament (Lisle, IL) ^ UNCG/GC Tournament (Greensboro, NC) ! Western Maryland Tournament (Westminster, MD) + Dixie Conference Tournament (Newport News, VA)

2006 UNCG Volleyball: All-Time Results

1987 Record: 19-17 (9-3 Dixie, 2nd) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/15 9/17 9/21 9/22 9/24 9/27 9/29 10/1 10/1 10/2 10/2 10/3 10/3 10/5 10/6 10/9 10/9 10/9 10/10 10/10 10/10 10/10 10/12 10/14 10/20 10/22 10/23 10/23 10/24 10/24 10/26 10/29 11/3 11/6 11/7

METHODIST* ...............................W 3-0 ELON ............................................W 3-0 at NC Central ................................. L 1-3 ST. ANDREWS* ............................W 3-1 at NC Wesleyan* ..........................W 3-0 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT* ...........W 3-0 GREENSBORO* ..........................W 3-0 at Ferrum ......................................W 2-0 vs. Roanoke..................................W 3-0 vs. Loyola (MD)# ........................... L 0-2 vs. Illinois Benedictine# ................. L 1-2 at Juniata# ..................................... L 0-2 vs. Eastern Mennonite# ................. L 0-2 AVERETT* ....................................W 3-0 at Methodist*.................................. L 0-3 vs. Atlantic Christian^ .................... L 1-2 CATAWBA^ .................................... L 1-2 FERRUM^ ....................................W 2-0 MARYVILLE (TN)^........................W 2-1 GREENSBORO^ ..........................W 2-1 vs. Randolph-Macon^ ...................W 2-0 vs. Catawba^ ................................. L 1-2 NC WESLEYAN* ..........................W 3-1 at St. Andrews* .............................. L 1-3 CATAWBA...................................... L 1-3 at Christopher Newport* ...............W 3-0 vs. Gallaudet!................................. L 0-2 vs. Dickinson! ...............................W 2-0 vs. Glassboro State! ...................... L 0-2 at Western Maryland! .................... L 0-2 at Davidson...................................W 3-2 at Greensboro* .............................. L 1-3 at Averett* .....................................W 3-0 vs. Christopher Newport+ .............W 3-0 vs. Greensboro+ ............................ L 0-3

* Dixie Conference match # Juniata College Tournament (Huntingdon, PA) ^ UNCG/GC Tournament (Greensboro, NC) ! Western Maryland Tournament (Westminster, MD) + Dixie Conference Tournament (Rocky Mount, NC)

1988 Record: 22-12 Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/13 9/15 9/21 9/23 9/26 9/28 9/30 10/3 10/4 10/7 10/7 10/8 10/8 10/8 10/8 10/8 10/11 10/14 10/14 10/15 10/15 10/15 10/19 10/21 10/25 10/27 10/28 11/2

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NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL ....W 3-0 at Pfeiffer ......................................W 3-0 at St. Augustine’s ..........................W 3-2 at East Carolina ............................. L 2-3 WINSTON-SALEM STATE ...........W 3-1 at Johnson C. Smith .....................W 3-0 at Elon ..........................................W 3-0 at Fayetteville State ......................W 3-0 LIVINGSTONE .............................W 3-0 vs. St. Augustine’s# ......................W 2-0 vs. Alabama-Huntsville# ...............W 2-0 at UNC Asheville#.........................W 2-0 vs. Davidson# ...............................W 2-0 vs. Georgia State# ......................... L 0-2 vs. St. Augustine’s# ......................W 2-1 vs. Georgia State# ......................... L 2-3 GUILFORD ...................................W 3-0 vs. Saint Joseph’s (IN)^ ................. L 1-3 vs. Florida Atlantic^........................ L 1-3 vs. Southeast Missouri^................. L 1-3 at Tampa^ ...................................... L 0-3 vs. Bellarmine^ .............................W 3-2 at Winston-Salem State ................W 3-1 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ..............W 3-0 ST. AUGUSTINE’S .......................W 3-1 at Catawba .................................... L 1-3 DAVIDSON ...................................W 3-1 at Greensboro................................ L 2-3

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vs. Jacksonville State (AL)+ .........W 3-2 vs. North Alabama+ ....................... L 1-3 vs. Alabama-Huntsville+ ...............W 3-0 vs. Mississippi Women+ ................ L 0-3 RADFORD ....................................W 3-2 at Davidson.................................... L 2-3

# UNC Asheville Tournament (Asheville, NC) ^ Tampa Tournament (Tampa, FL) + West Georgia Invitational (Carrollton, GA)

1989 Record: 34-3 Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/8 9/8 9/8 9/9 9/12 9/15 9/15 9/15 9/16 9/16 9/16 9/20 9/22 9/26 9/28 10/2 10/4 10/8 10/10 10/11 10/13 10/17 10/21 10/21 10/21 10/21 10/23 10/26 10/28 11/3 11/3 11/4 11/4 11/4 11/7 11/9

vs. Augusta State#........................W 3-0 vs. Campbell# ...............................W 3-0 vs. Virginia Tech# .......................... L 0-3 vs. Davidson# ...............................W 3-1 at North Carolina A&T...................W 3-0 JACKSONVILLE STATE (AL)^.............W 3-1 WOFFORD^ .................................W 3-1 LENOIR-RHYNE^.........................W 3-0 NC CENTRAL^ .............................W 3-0 WEST GEORGIA^ ........................W 3-2 JACKSONVILLE STATE (AL)^.............. L 0-3 at Radford .....................................W 3-0 at St. Augustine’s ..........................W 3-1 CHARLOTTE ................................W 3-1 JOHNSON C. SMITH ...................W 3-0 at North Carolina Central ..............W 3-1 ELON ............................................W 3-0 UNC WILMINGTON .....................W 3-0 at Appalachian State.....................W 3-0 WINSTON-SALEM STATE ...........W 3-1 FAYETTEVILLE STATE ................W 3-0 EAST CAROLINA .........................W 3-0 CAMPBELL% ...............................W 3-0 COASTAL CAROLINA%...............W 3-0 DAVIDSON% ................................W 3-0 WINTHROP% ...............................W 3-0 at Winston-Salem State ................W 3-0 CAMPBELL ..................................W 3-1 ST. AUGUSTINE’S .......................W 3-0 vs. Livingston (AL)+ ......................W 3-2 at West Georgia+..........................W 3-1 vs. Jacksonville State (AL)+ .........W 3-0 vs. Rollins+ ...................................W 3-0 vs. North Alabama+ ....................... L 0-3 RADFORD ....................................W 3-0 DAVIDSON ...................................W 3-1

# Coastal Carolina Tournament (Conway, SC) ^ UNCG Invitational (Division II teams) % UNCG Invitational (Division I team) + West Georgia Invitational (Carrollton, GA)

1990 Record: 32-6 Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/5 9/7 9/8 9/8 9/11 9/14 9/14 9/15 9/15 9/19 9/20 9/25 9/27 9/30 10/2 10/3 10/5 10/6 10/6 10/6 10/6 10/9 10/11

at St. Augustine’s ..........................W 3-0 vs. Nebraska-Omaha#................... L 1-3 vs. C.W. Post# ..............................W 3-0 vs. Indiana (PA)# ..........................W 3-2 at Winthrop ...................................W 3-0 NAVY^ ..........................................W 3-0 SLIPPERY ROCK^ .......................W 3-0 ST. AUGUSTINE’S^......................W 3-0 WOFFORD^ .................................W 3-0 at Davidson...................................W 3-1 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ..............W 3-0 at Charlotte ...................................W 3-0 LENOIR-RHYNE ..........................W 3-0 at Clemson .................................... L 0-3 at Liberty ........................................ L 1-3 ST. AUGUSTINE’S .......................W 3-0 vs. Northern Kentucky! .................W 3-1 vs. Navy! .......................................W 3-1 at Clarion (PA)! .............................W 3-2 vs. New York Tech! .......................W 3-0 vs. Ashland (OH)! .......................... L 1-3 CAMPBELL ..................................W 3-0 at Lenoir-Rhyne ............................W 3-0

10/18 10/24 10/26 10/26 10/27 10/27 10/27 10/30 11/2 11/2 11/3 11/3 11/6 11/8 11/23

at Appalachian State.....................W 3-2 CATAWBA.....................................W 3-0 EAST CAROLINA%......................W 3-1 APPALACHIAN STATE% .............W 3-1 UNC WILMINGTON% ..................W 3-1 WINTHROP% ...............................W 3-1 COLL. OF CHARLESTON% ........W 3-1 DAVIDSON ...................................W 3-1 vs. Livingston (AL) ........................W 3-0 vs. Mercer .....................................W 3-1 vs.Mississsippi-Women ................W 3-1 vs. Jacksonville State (AL) ............ L 1-3 at East Carolina ............................W 3-2 USC SPARTANBURG ..................W 3-1 vs. Tampa* ..................................... L 0-3

# Navy Trident Tournament (Annapolis, MD) ^ UNCG Invitational (Division II teams) ! Clarion Elite Invitational (Clarion, PA) % UNCG Invitational (Division I team) + West Georgia Invitational (Carrollton, GA) * NCAA DII Championship first-round match

1991 Record: 20-12 Head Coach Tere Dail 9/6 9/6 9/7 9/7 9/9 9/12 9/17 9/19 9/24 9/25 9/27 9/28 9/28 10/2 10/8 10/10 10/16 10/19 10/19 10/20 10/20 10/20 10/24 10/25 10/25 10/26 10/26 10/30 11/4 11/5 11/8 11/12

vs. Providence# ............................. L 1-3 vs. St. Peters# ..............................W 3-1 vs. Army# ....................................... L 2-3 vs. Siena# .....................................W 3-0 CAMPBELL ..................................W 3-0 APPALACHIAN STATE.................W 3-0 at Virginia Tech .............................. L 0-3 at Charlotte .................................... L 1-3 NORTH CAROLINA STATE........... L 2-3 at Radford ...................................... L 1-3 at Southwest Texas St.^ ................ L 0-3 vs. Texas A&M^ ............................. L 0-3 vs. Lamar^ ..................................... L 0-3 DAVIDSON ...................................W 3-1 at Appalachian State.....................W 3-1 at East Carolina ............................W 3-0 LIBERTY.......................................W 3-0 vs. Lake Erie! ................................W 3-1 vs. Georgia Tech!........................... L 0-3 vs. Winthrop!.................................W 3-0 vs. College of Charleston! ............W 3-1 at Davidson!..................................W 3-0 WINTHROP ..................................W 3-1 UT MARTIN+ ................................W 3-0 RADFORD+..................................W 3-0 CHARLESTON SO.+ ....................W 3-0 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON+ ....W 3-1 EAST CAROLINA .......................... L 2-3 CHARLOTTE ................................W 3-2 at Davidson...................................W 3-0 at Furman .....................................W 3-2 VIRGINIA TECH ............................ L 0-3

# Hartford Tournament (Hartford, CT) ^ SW Texas Tournament (San Marcos, TX) ! Davidson Tournament (Davidson, NC) + UNCG Tournament (Greensboro, NC)

1992 Record: 22-16 (5-4 Big South, 5th) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/4 9/4 9/5 9/5 9/8 9/10 9/15 9/16 9/18 9/18 9/19 9/19 9/22 9/25 9/25

vs. Florida International# ..............W 3-1 at Coastal Carolina# .....................W 3-0 vs. Georgia Tech#.......................... L 1-3 vs. VCU# ....................................... L 2-3 EAST CAROLINA .........................W 3-1 at Appalachian State.....................W 3-1 at Liberty .......................................W 3-2 at UNC Asheville* .......................... L 1-3 EAST CAROLINA^ .......................W 3-1 UNC WILMINGTON^ ..................... L 2-3 NORTH CAROLINA A&T^ ...........W 3-0 UNC ASHEVILLE^........................W 3-2 at North Carolina State .................. L 1-3 at Dayton! ...................................... L 0-3 vs. Northeastern Illinois! ...............W 3-2

9/26 9/26 9/29 10/1 10/2 10/6 10/9 10/10 10/10 10/13 10/16 10/17 10/17 10/23 10/27 10/30 10/31 10/31 11/3 11/4 11/9 11/13 11/14

vs. Xavier! ...................................... L 0-3 vs. Furman!.................................... L 2-3 RADFORD ....................................W 3-0 APPALACHIAN STATE.................. L 2-3 DAVIDSON ...................................W 3-0 at East Carolina ............................. L 0-3 vs. Towson* ..................................W 3-0 at UMBC*....................................... L 2-3 vs. Liberty* ....................................W 3-1 at Campbell ..................................W 3-2 at Campbell* .................................W 3-0 vs. UNC Asheville*......................... L 2-3 vs. Coastal Carolina* ....................W 3-0 FURMAN ......................................W 3-2 at Radford* .................................... L 0-3 APPALACHIAN STATE.................. L 0-3 LIBERTY.......................................W 3-1 GEORGIA STATE .........................W 3-0 CAMPBELL ..................................W 3-1 CHARLOTTE ................................. L 1-3 at Winthrop* ..................................W 3-1 vs. Radford+ .................................W 3-1 vs. UNC Asheville+ ........................ L 1-3

* Big South Conference match # Coastal Carolina Tournament (Conway, SC) ^ UNCG Fall Tournament (Greensboro, NC) ! Dayton Tournament (Dayton, OH) + Big South Tournament (Conway, SC)

1993 Record: 25-8 (7-2 Big South, 1st) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/1 9/5 9/5 9/6 9/6 9/8 9/11 9/14 9/17 9/18 9/20 9/22 9/27 9/28 10/1 10/2 10/2 10/5 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/16 10/16 10/21 10/27 10/29 10/30 10/30 11/2 11/4 11/8 11/12 11/13

NORTH CAROLINA A&T ..............W 3-0 at Eastern Kentucky# .................... L 2-3 vs. Chicago State# .......................W 3-0 vs. Eastern Michigan# ................... L 0-3 vs. ETSU# ..................................... L 0-3 at East Carolina ............................W 3-0 JAMES MADISON ........................W 3-0 at Liberty .......................................W 3-1 EAST CAROLINA .........................W 3-1 GEORGIA STATE .........................W 3-0 at Appalachian State...................... L 2-3 RADFORD ....................................W 3-0 at North Carolina A&T...................W 3-0 CAMPBELL ..................................W 3-1 at Towson* ..................................... L 0-3 vs. UMBC* ..................................... L 0-3 vs. Liberty* ....................................W 3-0 at Campbell ..................................W 3-1 WINTHROP ..................................W 3-0 EAST CAROLINA .........................W 3-0 vs. Campbell* ...............................W 3-1 vs. Coastal Carolina* ....................W 3-0 vs. UNC Asheville*........................W 3-1 at Radford ...................................... L 1-3 APPALACHIAN STATE.................W 3-1 RADFORD* ..................................W 3-2 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN.* .....W 3-2 WINTHROP*.................................W 3-1 NORTH CAROLINA STATE ..........W 3-2 at Davidson...................................W 3-1 at UNC Wilmington .......................W 3-2 vs. Campbell+...............................W 3-0 vs. Radford+ .................................. L 2-3

* Big South Conference match # EKU Labor Day Volleyfest (Richmond, KY) + Big South Tournament (Rock Hill, SC)

1994 Record: 23-11 (6-2 Big South, 3rd) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/2 9/2 9/3 9/3 9/7 9/12 9/15 9/16

vs. Alabama State#.......................W 3-0 vs. Western Carolina# ..................W 3-0 vs. Campbell# ................................ L 2-3 vs. UT Martin# ..............................W 3-1 APPALACHIAN STATE.................W 3-1 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ..............W 3-0 CAMPBELL ..................................W 3-0 vs. St. Francis^ .............................W 3-0


vs. Lehigh^ ...................................W 3-0 vs. UNC Asheville^ .......................W 3-0 at VCU^ ......................................... L 1-3 at East Carolina ............................W 3-0 at Butler! ........................................ L 1-3 vs. Dayton!..................................... L 1-3 vs. Chicago State! ........................W 3-0 at Charlotte .................................... L 0-3 at Campbell ................................... L 2-3 UNC ASHEVILLE* ........................W 3-0 UNC WILMINGTON .....................W 3-2 WINTHROP*.................................W 3-0 HOFSTRA.....................................W 3-1 at Radford* ...................................W 3-0 UMBC*........................................... L 1-3 TOWSON* ....................................W 3-2 at Liberty* .....................................W 3-0 DAVIDSON ...................................W 3-0 CLEMSON ..................................... L 0-3 at Coastal Carolina*......................W 3-0 at Charleston Southern* ................ L 2-3 EAST CAROLINA .......................... L 1-3 at North Carolina State .................W 3-1 COASTAL CAROLINA+................W 3-0 RADFORD+..................................W 3-2 TOWSON+ .................................... L 0-3

* Big South Conference match # North Carolina A&T Tourn. (Greensboro, NC) ^ VCU Tournament (Richmond, VA) ! Butler Invitational (Indianapolis, IN) + Big South Tournament (Greensboro, NC)

1995 Record: 24-4 (7-0 Big South, 1st) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/5 9/6 9/13 9/18 9/22 9/23 9/23 9/27 9/29 9/29 9/30 9/30 9/30 10/4 10/7 10/8 10/11 10/12 10/18 10/21 10/24 10/26 10/30 10/31 11/3 11/10 11/11 11/11

at North Carolina ........................... L 0-3 at South Carolina ........................... L 0-3 at Appalachian State.....................W 3-0 at Davidson...................................W 3-0 VCU# ............................................W 3-0 CAMPBELL# ................................W 3-1 UNC WILMINGTON# ...................W 3-0 EAST CAROLINA .........................W 3-0 vs. Florida International^ ..............W 3-0 at College of Charleston^ .............W 3-1 vs. Chattanooga^..........................W 3-0 vs. Jacksonville State^ .................W 3-0 vs. Appalachian State^ .................W 3-0 at UNC WILMINGTON .................. L 2-3 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* ......W 3-1 UNC ASHEVILLE* ........................W 3-1 at Winthrop* ..................................W 3-0 at North Carolina A&T...................W 3-0 RADFORD* ..................................W 3-1 at UMBC*......................................W 3-1 LIBERTY* .....................................W 3-0 at Campbell ..................................W 3-0 APPALACHIAN STATE.................W 3-1 at East Carolina ............................W 3-0 COASTAL CAROLINA* ................W 3-0 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN+ ......W 3-0 WINTHROP+ ................................W 3-0 UMBC+ .......................................... L 2-3

* Big South Conference match # UNCG Fall Tournament (Greensboro, NC) ^ Coll. of Charleston Invite (Charleston, SC) + Big South Tournament (Greensboro, NC)

1996 Record: (14-17, 8-6 Big South, 3rd) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/3 9/6 9/6 9/7 9/7 9/10 9/18 9/20 9/20

at Campbell ..................................W 3-0 vs. VCU# ......................................W 3-2 at Virginia#..................................... L 0-3 vs. Marshall# ................................. L 1-3 vs. Drexel#....................................W 3-2 NORTH CAROLINA....................... L 0-3 at Appalachian State...................... L 0-3 UNC WILMINGTON^ ..................... L 2-3 CHATTANOOGA^.......................... L 2-3

9/21 9/21 9/25 9/27 9/28 9/30 10/2 10/4 10/8 10/13 10/15 10/18 10/22 10/23 10/25 10/29 10/30 11/1 11/5 11/7 11/8 11/15

COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON^ .... L 0-3 GEORGIA SOUTHERN^ ..............W 3-0 at Duke .......................................... L 0-3 at Charleston Southern* ...............W 3-0 at Coastal Carolina*....................... L 0-3 at East Carolina ............................W 3-1 UNC ASHEVILLE* ........................W 3-2 at UMBC*....................................... L 0-3 at Furman .....................................W 3-1 at Radford* .................................... L 0-3 at Liberty* ..................................... L 2-3 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* ......W 3-0 WINTHROP*.................................W 3-0 NORTH CAROLINA STATE........... L 0-3 RADFORD* ..................................W 3-1 at Wake Forest .............................. L 2-3 at Winthrop* ..................................W 3-1 COASTAL CAROLINA* ................W 3-2 LIBERTY* .....................................W 3-0 at UNC Asheville* .......................... L 0-3 UMBC*........................................... L 0-3 vs. Radford+ .................................. L 2-3

* Big South Conference match # Virginia Jefferson Cup (Charlottesville, VA) ^ UNCG Fall Tournament (Greensboro, NC) + Big South Tournament (Catonsville, MD)

1997 Record: 17-17 (9-7 SoCon, 5th) Head Coach: Tere Dail 8/29 8/30 8/30 8/30 9/2 9/9 9/11 9/16 9/19 9/19 9/20 9/20 9/20 9/24 9/26 9/29 10/3 10/4 10/7 10/9 10/14 10/17 10/21 10/22 10/29 10/31 11/2 11/4 11/7 11/9 11/11 11/14 11/17 11/21

vs. Indiana State# .......................... L 2-3 vs. Missouri#.................................. L 0-3 vs. Chicago State# .......................W 3-1 at UW-Milwaukee# ........................ L 0-3 at Liberty ........................................ L 0-3 at Campbell ................................... L 2-3 at Wofford*....................................W 3-0 at Davidson* .................................. L 2-3 CAMPBELL^.................................. L 0-3 JACKSONVILLE STATE^ .............W 3-1 UNC WILMINGTON^ ....................W 3-0 UMKC^ .........................................W 3-0 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN^ ......W 3-1 at Furman* ..................................... L 2-3 ETSU*...........................................W 3-1 APPALACHIAN STATE* ...............W 3-2 CHATTANOOGA* .......................... L 2-3 WESTERN CAROLINA* ...............W 3-0 EAST CAROLINA .........................W 3-0 at Georgia Southern* ....................W 3-0 at UNC Wilmington ........................ L 2-3 FURMAN* ...................................... L 2-3 WOFFORD*..................................W 3-1 DAVIDSON*..................................W 3-1 DUKE............................................. L 0-3 Appalachian State* ........................ L 1-3 at ETSU*........................................ L 1-3 WAKE FOREST............................W 3-2 at Western Carolina* ....................W 3-1 at Chattanooga*............................. L 0-3 at North Carolina State .................. L 0-3 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ..............W 3-0 at North Carolina A&T...................W 3-0 vs. Appalachian State+ .................W 3-1

* Southern Conference match # UW-Milwaukee Tournament (Milwaukee, WI) ^ UNCG Invitational (Greensboro, NC) + SoCon Tournament (Statesboro, GA)

1998 Record: 16-15 (8-10 SoCon, 6th) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/8 9/11 9/11 9/12 9/12 9/15 9/18 9/18

at Wake Forest .............................. L 1-3 vs. Elon# .......................................W 3-1 at VCU# ......................................... L 1-3 vs. Towson# ................................... L 1-3 vs. Howard#..................................W 3-0 at Davidson* .................................. L 0-3 HIGH POINT^ ...............................W 3-0 ETSU*...........................................W 3-0

9/19 9/19 9/22 9/25 9/26 10/1 10/2 10/7 10/9 10/11 10/13 10/14 10/20 10/22 10/24 10/30 10/31 11/6 11/7 11/10 11/13 11/16 11/20

UNC WILMINGTON^ ....................W 3-1 UNC ASHEVILLE^........................W 3-1 at Appalachian State* .................... L 1-3 WESTERN CAROLINA* ...............W 3-2 CHATTANOOGA* .......................... L 0-3 at Georgia Southern* ..................... L 2-3 at College of Charleston*............... L 2-3 CAMPBELL ................................... L 0-3 WOFFORD*..................................W 3-0 FURMAN* .....................................W 3-2 at UNC Wilmington .......................W 3-0 at North Carolina A&T...................W 3-2 DAVIDSON*................................... L 0-3 APPALACHIAN STATE* ...............W 3-0 at East Tennessee State* .............W 3-1 at Chattanooga*............................. L 0-3 at Western Carolina* ..................... L 0-3 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ..............W 3-2 COLL. OF CHARLESTON* ........... L 1-3 at Wofford*....................................W 3-1 at Furman* ..................................... L 1-3 THE CITADEL* .............................W 3-0 vs. Western Carolina+ ................... L 0-3

* Southern Conference match # VCU Tournament (Richmond, VA) ^ UNCG Tournament (Greensboro, NC) + SoCon Tournament (Boone, NC)

1999 Record: 14-17 (7-13 SoCon, 7th) Head Coach: Tere Dail 9/4 9/4 9/10 9/10 9/11 9/11 9/14 9/17 9/19 9/21 9/24 9/25 9/29 10/2 10/5 10/7 10/15 10/16 10/19 10/22 10/23 10/26 10/29 10/30 11/2 11/6 11/8 11/10 11/12 11/15 11/19

HIGH POINT.................................W 3-0 CAMPBELL ..................................W 3-0 vs. Hampton# ...............................W 3-1 at VCU# ......................................... L 0-3 vs. Elon# ........................................ L 1-3 vs. UMES#....................................W 3-0 at Furman* ..................................... L 1-3 WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ L 1-3 CHATTANOOGA* .......................... L 1-3 at Campbell ..................................W 3-1 THE CITADEL* .............................W 3-0 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON*..... L 0-3 at Elon ..........................................W 3-0 at Georgia Southern* ....................W 3-0 DAVIDSON*................................... L 2-3 at East Tennessee State* .............. L 1-3 WOFFORD*..................................W 3-1 FURMAN* ...................................... L 0-3 APPALACHIAN STATE* ...............W 3-2 at Western Carolina* ..................... L 0-3 at Chattanooga*............................. L 0-3 LIBERTY........................................ L 2-3 at The Citadel* ..............................W 3-0 at College of Charleston*............... L 2-3 at Davidson* .................................. L 0-3 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ..............W 3-0 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ..............W 3-1 at Wofford .....................................W 3-1 ETSU*............................................ L 2-3 at Appalachian State...................... L 0-3 vs. Davidson+ ................................ L 0-3

9/21 9/22 9/26 9/28 9/30 10/2 10/6 10/7 10/11 10/17 10/21 10/22 10/26 10/27 10/28 11/2 11/3 11/7 11/10 11/11 11/17

* Southern Conference match # Iowa State Invitational (Ames, IA) ^ Ethan Allen/Lady Panther Invit. (Atlanta, GA) + SoCon Tournament (Charleston, SC) 2001 Record: 2-29 (2-18 SoCon, 10th) Head Coach: Stacy Meadows 8/31 8/31 9/1 9/1 9/5 9/7 9/8 9/8 9/18 9/21 9/22 9/25 9/27 9/28 9/30 10/2 10/5 10/6 10/9 10/11 10/16 10/19 10/20 10/26 10/27 10/29 11/2 11/5 11/6 11/9 11/10

9/1 9/2 9/2 9/5 9/8 9/8 9/9 9/9 9/14 9/15 9/19

vs. Idaho# ...................................... L 0-3 at Iowa State#................................ L 1-3 vs. Creighton# ............................... L 1-3 WOFFORD*..................................W 3-1 vs. UAB^ ........................................ L 0-3 at Georgia State^........................... L 0-3 vs. Charleston Southern^ .............W 3-1 vs. Northwestern State^ ................ L 0-3 at Chattanooga*............................. L 0-3 at Western Carolina* ..................... L 0-3 at High Point .................................W 3-0

at Colgate# .................................... L 0-3 vs. Siena# ...................................... L 0-3 vs. Fordham#................................. L 0-3 vs. UC Riverside# .......................... L 1-3 at Wofford*..................................... L 0-3 vs. West Virginia^ .......................... L 0-3 at Duke^ ........................................ L 1-3 vs. Duquesne^ ............................... L 0-3 ELON ............................................. L 2-3 COLL. OF CHARLESTON* ........... L 0-3 THE CITADEL* .............................W 3-0 at Davidson* .................................. L 2-3 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ............... L 2-3 at Georgia Southern* ..................... L 0-3 WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ L 1-3 at Wake Forest .............................. L 0-3 at Appalachian State* .................... L 1-3 at East Tennessee State* .............. L 0-3 FURMAN* ...................................... L 0-3 at Furman* ..................................... L 0-3 WOFFORD*................................... L 1-3 at Chattanooga*............................. L 1-3 at Western Carolina* ..................... L 0-3 at College of Charleston*............... L 0-3 at The Citadel* ..............................W 3-2 at Liberty ........................................ L 0-3 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ............... L 0-3 CHATTANOOGA* .......................... L 0-3 DAVIDSON*................................... L 0-3 APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ L 0-3 ETSU*............................................ L 1-3

* Southern Conference match # Colgate-White Eagle Invite (Hamilton, NY) ^ Duke Classic (Durham, NC)

* Southern Conference match # VCU Invitational (Richmond, VA) + SoCon Tournament (Cullowhee, NC)

2000 Record: 9-23 (6-14 SoCon, 8th) Head Coach: Stacy Meadows

at The Citadel* ..............................W 3-0 at College of Charleston*............... L 0-3 at Davidson* .................................. L 2-3 at North Carolina A&T.................... L 1-3 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ............... L 1-3 CAMPBELL ................................... L 1-3 ETSU*...........................................W 3-2 APPALACHIAN STATE* ...............W 3-1 at Wofford*..................................... L 0-3 at Furman* ..................................... L 1-3 WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ L 1-3 CHATTANOOGA* .......................... L 0-3 ELON ............................................W 3-1 THE CITADEL* .............................W 3-0 COLL. OF CHARLESTON* ........... L 1-3 FURMAN* ...................................... L 0-3 at Georgia Southern* ....................W 3-2 DAVIDSON*................................... L 0-3 at East Tennessee State* .............. L 1-3 at Appalachian State* .................... L 1-3 vs. Davidson+ ................................ L 1-3

2006 UNCG Volleyball: All-Time Results

9/16 9/17 9/17 9/21 9/23 9/24 9/24 9/27 9/30 10/4 10/6 10/10 10/14 10/19 10/21 10/22 10/25 10/27 10/30 11/4 11/5 11/7 11/9 11/11 11/12 11/12

2002 Record: 7-25 (5-15 SoCon, 10th) Head Coach: Stacy Meadows 8/30 8/30 8/31 8/31 9/6 9/7 9/7 9/11 9/14 9/14 9/15 9/17 9/20 9/21 9/24 9/27

at Winthrop# .................................. L 0-3 vs. Jacksonville State# .................. L 0-3 vs. Gardner-Webb# ....................... L 1-3 vs. VCU# ....................................... L 1-3 MARSHALL^ ................................. L 0-3 WINTHROP^ ................................. L 1-3 HIGH POINT^ ...............................W 3-2 WOFFORD*................................... L 1-3 at Auburn! .....................................W 3-1 vs. Wyoming! ................................. L 0-3 vs. Middle Tennessee State!.......... L 0-3 FURMAN* ...................................... L 1-3 at Western Carolina* ..................... L 0-3 at Chattanooga*............................. L 0-3 DAVIDSON*................................... L 0-3 EAST CAROLINA .......................... L 1-3

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9/28 10/1 10/5 10/6 10/11 10/12 10/16 10/22 10/26 10/27 11/1 11/2 11/5 11/9 11/15 11/16

GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ............... L 0-3 LIBERTY........................................ L 0-3 at College of Charleston*............... L 0-3 at The Citadel* ..............................W 3-0 ETSU*...........................................W 3-2 APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ L 0-3 at Wofford*..................................... L 0-3 at Furman* ..................................... L 0-3 WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ L 0-3 CHATTANOOGA* .........................W 3-0 THE CITADEL* .............................W 3-0 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON*..... L 0-3 at Davidson* .................................. L 0-3 at Georgia Southern* ..................... L 0-3 at East Tennessee State* .............W 3-2 at Appalachian State* .................... L 0-3

* Southern Conference match # Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, SC) ^ UNCG Microtel Invitational (Greensboro,NC) ! Auburn War Eagle Tournament (Auburn, AL)

2006 UNCG Volleyball: All-Time Results

2003 Record: 8-24 (3-15 SoCon, 6th-N) Head Coach: Stacy Meadows 8/29 8/30 8/30 9/9 9/12 9/12 9/13 9/19 9/19 9/20 9/20 9/23 9/27 9/28 9/30 10/2 10/3 10/10 10/11 10/17 10/18 10/21 10/25 10/26 10/28 10/30 11/4 11/7 11/8 11/11 11/14 11/15

at East Carolina# ........................... L 0-3 vs Radford# ..................................W 3-2 vs. Lipscomb#...............................W 3-1 at High Point .................................. L 1-3 vs. Charleston Southern^ .............W 3-1 at Mercer^...................................... L 1-3 vs. Louisiana Monroe^................... L 0-3 TENNESSEE TECH! ..................... L 1-3 GEORGIA STATE! ......................... L 1-3 UW-GREEN BAY!.......................... L 0-3 WINTHROP! .................................. L 0-3 at Elon* .........................................W 3-1 FURMAN* ...................................... L 0-3 WOFFORD*..................................W 3-0 CAMPBELL ..................................W 3-0 at Western Carolina* ..................... L 0-3 at Appalachian State* .................... L 0-3 ETSU*............................................ L 2-3 CHATTANOOGA* .......................... L 0-3 THE CITAEL*................................W 3-0 COLL OF CHARLESTON* ............ L 0-3 at Furman* ..................................... L 0-3 at Davidson* .................................. L 0-3 at Georgia Southern* ..................... L 0-3 ELON* ........................................... L 0-3 at Liberty ........................................ L 0-3 at Wofford*..................................... L 0-3 APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ L 0-3 WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ L 0-3 at Gardner-Webb ..........................W 3-2 at East Tennessee State* .............. L 0-3 at Chattanooga*............................. L 0-3

* Southern Conference match # East Carolina Tournament (Greenville, NC) ^ UNCG-Courtyard by Mariott Invitational ! Mercer Tournament (Macon, GA)

2004 Record: 3-31 (0-16 SoCon, 6th-N) Head Coach: Stacy Meadows 9/3 9/4 9/4 9/10 9/11 9/11 9/17 9/17 9/18 9/18 9/22 9/24 9/24 9/25 9/25 9/28

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at Gardner-Webb# ......................... L 2-3 vs. Lipscomb#...............................W 3-2 vs. UT Martin# ............................... L 1-3 vs. Belmont^ .................................. L 0-3 vs. East Carolina^.......................... L 0-3 at Winthrop^ .................................. L 0-3 vs. Dayton!..................................... L 0-3 at Toledo! ....................................... L 0-3 vs. Oakland!................................... L 0-3 vs. UW-Green Bay!........................ L 1-3 HIGH POINT.................................. L 1-3 vs. Morgan State ..........................W 3-0 UNC ASHEVILLE .......................... L 0-3 vs. Memphis .................................. L 1-3 FLORIDA ATLANTIC ..................... L 0-3 at Furman* ..................................... L 0-3

10/1 10/2 10/6 10/9 10/10 10/16 10/17 10/19 10/23 10/24 10/26 10/29 11/2 11/5 11/6 11/9 11/12 11/13

at Appalachian State* .................... L 0-3 at Western Carolina* ..................... L 0-3 WOFFORD*................................... L 2-3 ETSU*............................................ L 2-3 CHATTANOOGA* .......................... L 2-3 DAVIDSON*................................... L 0-3 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ............... L 1-3 at Campbell ................................... L 2-3 at The Citadel* ............................... L 1-3 at Coll. of Charleston*.................... L 0-3 GARDNER-WEBB ........................W 3-0 ELON* ........................................... L 0-3 at Elon* .......................................... L 0-3 APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ L 0-3 WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ L 2-3 LIBERTY........................................ L 0-3 at ETSU ......................................... L 0-3 at Chattanooga .............................. L 1-3

* Southern Conference match # Gardner-Webb Tournament (Boiling Springs, NC) ^ Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, SC) ! Toledo Tournament (Toledo, OH)

2005 Record: 5-26 (2-16 SoCon, 10th) Head Coach: Shawn Garus 9/2 9/3 9/3 9/6 9/9 9/9 9/10 9/13 9/17 9/17 9/20 9/23 9/24 10/1 10/2 10/8 10/9 10/11 10/15 10/16 10/22 10/25 10/29 10/30 11/1 11/5 11/6 11/8 11/12 11/13 11/17

vs East Tennessee State# ............. L 2-3 vs RADFORD# .............................. L 2-3 at Virginia Commonwealth#........... L 0-3 at High Point .................................. L 0-3 at Charleston Southern^ ...............W 3-1 vs South Alabama^ ........................ L 2-3 vs Stetson^ .................................... L 0-3 CAMPBELL ................................... L 0-3 vs Marquette! ................................. L 0-3 vs UAB!.......................................... L 1-3 THE CITADEL* .............................W 3-0 ELON* ........................................... L 1-3 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ............... L 0-3 at Appalachian State* .................... L 0-3 at Davidson* ................................... L0-3 FURMAN* ...................................... L 1-3 WOFFORD*................................... L 1-3 at College of Charleston*............... L 0-3 at Chattanooga*............................. L 0-3 at Western Carolina* ..................... L 0-3 at Georgia Southern* ..................... L 1-3 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ..............W 3-0 APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ L 1-3 DAVIDSON*..................................W 3-2 at Elon* .......................................... L 1-3 at Furman* ..................................... L 1-3 at Wofford*..................................... L 0-3 at Liberty .......................................W 3-2 CHATTANOOGA* .......................... L 2-3 WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ L 1-3 vs Western Carolina+ .................... L 0-3

* Southern Conference match # VCU Invitational (Richmond, VA) ^ Charleston Southern Invitational (Charleston, SC) ! EKU/Nike Invitational (Richmond, KY) + SoCon Tournament (Statesboro, GA)

All-Time Series Records Team W-L Alabama State ............................................... 1-0 Appalachian State ................................... 13-14 Army .............................................................. 0-1 Auburn ........................................................... 1-0 Belmont ......................................................... 0-1 Butler ............................................................. 0-1 Campbell .................................................... 14-8 Charleston Southern.................................... 10-1 Charlotte ........................................................ 1-3 Chattanooga............................................... 2-18 Chicago State ................................................ 3-0 Clemson ........................................................ 0-1 Cleveland State ........................... First meeting Coastal Carolina ............................................ 7-1 Colgate .......................................................... 0-1 College of Charleston ................................. 8-7 Creighton ....................................................... 0-1 Davidson .................................................... 9-16 Dayton ........................................................... 0-3 Drexel ............................................................ 1-0 Duke .............................................................. 0-3 Duquesne ...................................................... 0-1 East Carolina ................................................11-6 Eastern Kentucky .......................................... 0-1 Eastern Michigan ........................................... 0-1 East Tennessee State .................................6-11 Elon ............................................................... 4-7 Florida Atlantic ............................................... 0-1 Florida International ....................................... 2-0 Fordham ........................................................ 0-1 Furman ....................................................... 6-15 Gardner-Webb.............................................. 2-2 Georgia Southern ...................................... 7-10 Georgia State ................................................ 3-1 Georgia Tech ................................................. 0-2 Hampton ........................................................ 1-0 High Point..................................................... 4-3 Hofstra ........................................................... 1-0 Howard .......................................................... 1-0 Idaho.............................................................. 0-1 Indiana State ................................................. 0-1 Iowa State...................................................... 0-1 Jacksonville State .......................................... 2-1 James Madison ............................................. 1-0 Lake Erie ....................................................... 1-0 Lamar ............................................................ 0-1 Lehigh ............................................................ 1-0 Liberty........................................................... 9-7 Lipscomb ....................................................... 2-0 Louisiana Monroe .......................................... 0-1

Team W-L Marshall ........................................................ 0-2 Marquette ...................................................... 0-1 Memphis ........................................................ 0-1 Mercer ........................................................... 0-1 Middle Tennessee State ................................ 0-1 Missouri ......................................................... 0-1 Missouri Kansas-City ..................................... 1-0 Morgan State ................................................. 1-0 North Carolina ............................................... 0-2 North Carolina A&T ..................................... 9-2 North Carolina Central ............... First meeting North Carolina State ...................................... 2-4 Northeastern Illinois ....................................... 1-0 Northwestern State ........................................ 0-1 Oakland ......................................................... 0-1 Providence..................................................... 0-1 Radford .......................................................... 9-8 Robert Morris .............................. First meeting St. Francis ..................................................... 1-0 St. Peter’s ...................................................... 1-0 Siena ............................................................. 1-1 South Alabama .............................................. 0-1 South Carolina ............................................... 0-1 South Carolina State .................. First meeting Southwest Texas State .................................. 0-1 Stetson .......................................................... 0-1 Tennessee-Martin ........................................ 2-1 Tennessee Tech............................................. 0-1 Texas A&M..................................................... 0-1 The Citadel ..................................................11-1 Toledo ............................................................ 0-1 Towson State ................................................. 2-2 UAB ............................................................... 0-2 UC Riverside ................................................. 0-1 UMBC ............................................................ 1-5 UMES ............................................................ 1-0 UNC Asheville .............................................. 7-5 UNC Wilmington .......................................... 5-4 Virginia........................................................... 0-1 Virginia Commonwealth................................. 2-6 Virginia Tech .................................................. 0-2 Wake Forest .................................................. 1-3 Western Carolina ....................................... 3-16 West Virginia.................................................. 0-1 Winston-Salem State .................. First meeting Winthrop ...................................................... 10-4 Wisconsin-Green Bay .................................... 0-2 Wofford ......................................................... 9-9 * 2006 Opponents Bolded

Rayna Taylor (1980-2000) Rayna Taylor was an outstanding player for UNC Greensboro during the 1998 and 1999 seasons. After her sophomore season, Taylor took ill, and while at home in Ohio, died of natural causes on February 8, 2000. During her freshman year, she was among the Southern Conference

leaders in kills, digs and blocks (her 123 blocks represent the seventh best single-season total in school history). For her efforts she was named SoCon Freshman of the Year. On May, 25 2000, the SoCon volleyball committee recomended naming the Freshman of the Year Award in Taylor’s memory, and it is now known as the Rayna Taylor Southern Conference Freshman of the Year award.


AAA Debra Abshire .................... 1970 Candy Albergine ................ 1970 Rexanne Allman ...........1977-79 Rebecca Anderson .1971, 73-74 Donna Andrews ................. 1977 Beth Arnn ........................... 1986 Jeanie Augustine ............... 1979 Christine Ayscue ...........1988-91

Kelley Evans

CCC Alycia Carroll ................1992-93 Tracy Case ........................ 1986 Beth Caywood ......... 1970, 1972 Kimberly Chapman .......2004-05 Jessica Chappell ..........1996-97 Lori Collins ....................2002-05 Terry Combs ...................... 1979 Diane Condor ...............1970-73 Betsy Cooper ..................... 1971 Eva Cowan ........................ 1977 Linda Crowell ..................... 1975

Liz Gremillion

DDD Kim Dayton ...................2000-03 Janele Degree ..............1973-76 Elisabeth Derby ................. 1998 Juie Dingham................1994-96 Betsy Dowell .................1977-79 Carol Dixon ...................1972-74 (?) Dunham........................ 1982 Tarr Dyk ............................. 1995 EEE Tanya Edmunds ............1989-91 Stephanie Elbe .............2003-04 Jen Emery ....................1983-86 Kelley Evans .................1996-99

Maggie Hays

Adrian Hicks

FFF Sarah Farlow ................1984-86 Kara Faulise .................1996-99 Rebekah Faulise...........2001-04 Betsy Farthing ..............1970-71 Sara Fetchu ..................1992-93 Cheryl Flynn .................1971-72 Reneda Flynt ..................... 1998 Cheryl Foster ............1997-2000 Nancy Frank .............1974-1976 Robyn Freeh .................1998-99 Donna Friesen ..............1970-73

HHH Marty Hackney..............1973-74 Michelle Hanna .................. 1997 Samika Hawkins ...........1998-99 Maggie Hayes...............1982-84 Nina Heard ........................ 1979 Jamie Hedin..................2000-01 Cathy Hefner ................1972-73 Candy Helper..................... 1970 Cristin Heverly ..............2003-05 Adrian Hicks .................2002-05 Emily Hicks ........................ 1998 Rae Holder ........................ 1987 Karen Holleman ............1977-79 Jill Holloran ...................1988-91 Simona Hunt .................1983-84 JJJ Clarie Jackson ................... 2002 Robyn Jameson............2000-01 Jill Jarrett ........................... 2002 Laura Johnson ................... 1976 Pam Johnson................1987-88 S. Johnson......................... 1989 Crystal Jones ..................... 1986 KKK Lauren Keiser ...............2004-05 Carol Kemp........................ 1975 Erin Klutzz ......................... 1991 Nicky Kossman .............1986-87 Stephanie Kuebler ........2004-05 LLL (?) Lackey .......................... 1982 Laurie Landis ................1970-72 Kerri LaPointe ...............1994-95 Laura Larson ..................... 1987 Maribeth Lessner ..........1994-97 Gail Lewis .....................1975-77 Lori Locascio ..................... 2002 Jean Lojko ....................1976-79 Holly Long.....................2001-02 Artrice Lynch .................1984-86 MMM (?) Malpass ...................1982-83 Beth McCord...................... 1990 (?) McCrary........................ 1983 Kathy McDaniel ............1977-79 Katy McNeill..............1997-2000 Katie MacPhail..............1996-99 Stacy Meadows ............1992-95 Abbi Meyer ........................ 2003 Kim Michels ....................... 1988 Kim Millar ........................... 1977 Raye Mitchell ..................... 1970 Sue Moon .......................... 1977 Becky Moore.............1997-2000 Shirese Moore ..............1982-84 Laura Morris .................1983-84 LaJean Morrow .............2000-03 Karen Moose ................1970-71 (?) Mullins .....................1982-83 NNN Kaitlyn Nortz ...................... 2005 OOO Pam Obenchain ................. 1987

Missi Olson ...................1989-91 Gia Orlando ..................1985-88 HIlary Overby................2003-05 PPP Juliet Pack ....................2001-02 Jeanne Palmer .............1971-72 Julie Parish ...................1987-90 Mayumi Patience ............... 1977 Liz Penn........................1987-88 Gayle Person ................1970-72 Liz Phillips.....................1972-75 Kathy Poole ....................... 1987 Brenda Puckett .............1970-71 Kathy Quaintance .........1989-90

Becky Moore

RRR Giny Rainwater .................. 2003 Eleanor Redding ...........1975-77 Makaylah Reed.................. 2003 Jennifer Reeves................. 1992 Faye Rodenhizer ............... 1977 Lauren Richards ...........2002-05 Amber Rigdon.................... 2000 Ann Reider......................... 1988 Alysia Rosvold ..............2004-05 SSS Staci Schram ..................... 1991 Robin Schuller ..............1993-96 Ashley Smith.................2004-05 Casey Smith .................1987-88 Sandra Smith ................1982-84 (?) Starnes ......................... 1983 Kerry Stewart ............1998-2001 Cathy Strange...........1974-1976 Tara Stover ...................1994-95 Brenda Suits .................1979-82 TTT Cathy Tamsberg ...........1972-74 Cora Taylor ........................ 1974 Debbie Taylor..................... 1977 Rayna Taylor.................1998-99 Susan Tillotson .................. 1977 Tammy Tindall...............1992-95 Melanie Trexler .............1990-93

LaJean Morrow

Lauren Richards

2006 UNCG Volleyball: All-Time Roster

Rebekah Faullise

BBB Montressa Barbie .............. 1975 Wendy Barricks ................. 1979 Lorie Beam ...................1985-86 Elizabeth Benforado .......... 1975 Suzie Benforado ................ 1977 Liz Benzschawel ................ 2005 Betty Berry ......................... 1977 Lisa Beverly ..................1982-84 Kelly Boerstler ..............1996-97 Sarah Bosch .................2000-01 Andrea Bostain .................. 1987 Laura Boyd ........................ 1984 Deborah Bowman .........1972-75 Shaaron Boyles ................. 1990 A. Branton.......................... 1989 Dawn Bright ..................2000-02 Cathy Brooks ..................... 1979 Lori Brooks ...................2001-03 Deetra Bryant ...............1994-97 Mitzi Bull ............................ 1975 Cathy Burke ....................... 1975 Linda Burroughs ................ 1976

GGG Ellen Gallagher .............1992-96 Barbara Germain ............... 1975 Christine Goure ............1974-75 Liz Gremillion ................1992-95

VVV Cindy VanDervoort ............ 2004 Julie Vandiver .................... 1982 Cathy Vaughn .................... 1975 WWW Liz Wakelin ...................1984-86 Pat Walters ........................ 1971 Sherry Watt ...................1986-89 Becky Weedman ............... 2000 Jan Whelan...............1974-1976 Cinda Wicker ..................... 1973 Misha Willoughby .........1992-93 Tiffany Wilson .................... 1991 Tracy Wilson ...................... 1984 H. Wiggins ......................... 1989 Sandra Wingler .............1977-79 Jennifer Wubben ............... 1988 Georgeanne Wyrick ......1983-86

Robin Schuller

YYY Jenny Yarbrough ..........1991-94 Lauren Yarish ...............1991-93 ZZZ Molly Zaback ..................... 1988

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In 2005, UNCG ranked #2 nationally by “The Princeton Review” among best bargain public universities. For the last six years, UNCG has been ranked in The Princeton Review’s “Best 357 Colleges” guide. UNCG, with a campus currently covering 210 acres, was founded in 1892, making this the 115th year of its existence.

2006 UNCG Volleyball: This is UNCG

In the Fall of 2005, UNCG had a record enrollment of 16,060, including more than 12,000 undergraduates. Just five years earlier, the total enrollment at UNCG was less than 13,000. The average SAT score for enrolled freshman in 2005 was 1051, the highest it has ever been. 53 percent of the freshman class had a high school GPA of 3.5 or better. In 2006, UNCG launched the Lloyd International Honors College. UNCG is located just two hours from the Appalachian Mountains or three hours from the Carolina Beaches. The Piedmont Triad is home to more than a million people, including 238,440 in Greensboro.

With a record number or more than 16,000 students enrolled for Fall 2005, a dedicated faculty and staff numbering more than 2,000, and exciting new developments underway, UNCG is rapidly taking its place as one of the finest institutions of higher learning in the country. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is classified by The Carnegie Foundation as a Doctoral/Research-Intensive University. The University was established in 1891 and became coeducational in 1963. The 210-acre campus is located one mile from the center of Greensboro, a city of 238,440. The Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point Metropolitan Statistical Area, commonly known as “The Triad” has a population of approximately 1.3 million.

University History

The University has a rich history. It was chartered Feb. 18, 1891, as the State Normal and Industrial School (later College), the first state-supported school for the higher education of women in North Carolina. The institution came into being as a direct result of a crusade made by Charles Duncan McIver on behalf of the education of women. Other pioneers in public school education — notably, Charles B. Aycock, Edwin A. Alderman, and James Y. Joyner — came to Dr. McIver’s assistance; but to him, more than to any other individual, the University owes its foundation. In the past century the University has evolved in its mission, as suggested with its sequence of names. It was known first as the State Normal and Industrial School, and after 1896 as the State Normal and Industrial College until 1919. During the period 1919-1931 it was known as the North Carolina College for Women, and became the Woman’s College of the University of North Carolina from 1932 to 1963. It is warmly remembered as “the WC” by its many alumnae of the period. During the years 1932-1963 the University was one of the three branches of the Consolidated University of North Carolina. The other branches included The University of North Carolina (at Chapel Hill) and the North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (at Raleigh). In 1962, the Board of Trustees recommended that the Greensboro campus become coeducational at all levels of instruction beginning with the fall of 1964. Subsequently, by act of the General Assembly in the Spring of 1963, the name of the institution was changed to The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In December of 1934, during the years of the Consolidated University, the Woman’s College Section of Phi Beta Kappa was installed. On February 17, 1956 Epsilon Chapter of North Carolina was installed at this campus. In October of 1971, the North Carolina General Assembly adopted legislation which combined all 16 of the state-supported institutions of higher education into a single University of North Carolina. The UNC system is governed by a board of governors and administered by a president. Each constituent institution has a separate board of trustees and is administered by a chancellor. The crusader for founding the institution, Charles Duncan McIver, served the institution as its first chief executive officer with the title of President. By act of the Board of Trustees in 1945, the title was changed to Chancellor. Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan became UNCG’s first woman chancellor in January 1995, succeeding Dr. Debra W. Stewart, Dean of the Graduate School at North Carolina State University who was named Interim Chancellor in the summer of 1994. During its first seven decades, the institution’s mission was to prepare women, primarily undergraduates, for the most effective living of that day. Today that goal – effective living – remains the same, but its scope has been greatly expanded. As UNCG, it now offers men and women over 150 graduate and undergraduate programs and provides opportunities to apply classroom learning to real life situations through internships and practica. It also offers students the chance to tailor-make their own programs of study

At the center of the UNCG campus stands a statue of the Roman Goddess Minerva. The original statue was a gift from the Class of 1907. James Barnhill (‘53) was commissioned to create a new statue in 2003. Minerva has been a symbol for the University dating back to the first time it appeared on diplomas in 1892.

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based on individual needs and goals. Although contemporary in its educational program, UNCG is also realistic. In its effort to prepare graduates for effective living, it has built into its program the flexibility needed to meet the rapidly changing needs of society. UNCG, therefore, will remain a university in transition, not satisfied with yesterday or today, but always looking toward tomorrow.

The University Community

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is one of the fastest growing universities around. With a record 16,060 students enrolled, including 10,584 full-time undergraduates, the university has positioned itself for continued growth and success as the 21st century evolves. Despite record numbers of students, the student/ faculty ratio is still just 16:1. Today’s UNCG includes: • The College of Arts and Sciences, which is made up of the departments of Anthropology, Art, Biology, Broadcasting and Cinema, Chemistry, Classical Studies, Communication, English, Geography, German and Russian, History, Mathematical Sciences, Philosophy, Physics and Astronomy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Romance Languages, Sociology, and Theatre. It also includes the Residential College and The Center for Critical Inquiry in the Liberal Arts. • The Joseph M. Bryan School of Business and Economics, which was established in 1969 as the School of Business and Economics and renamed in 1987. It is made up of the departments of Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Information Alumni House on the UNCG campus. Systems and Operations Management, the Center for Applied Research, the Center for Economic Education, and the Center for Global Business Education and Research. The Bryan School’s vision is to be recognized for the global business and information technology perspectives of its programs. • The School of Education, which is made up of the departments of Counseling and Educational Development, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, Educational Research Methodology, Library and Information Studies, Specialized Education Services. Founded in 1921, the School of Education also includes The Collegium for the Advancement of Schools, Schooling and Education. The Collegium is comprised of the Center for Educational Research and Evaluation, the Center for Educational Studies and Development, the Center for Information Technologies Education, the Center for School Accountability and Staff Development, and the Piedmont Triad Horizons Education Consortium. The school’s teacher education programs for elementary and middle grades are considered among the best in North Carolina and the Southeast. • The School of Health and Human Performance, which was established in 1970 as the School of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance was renamed in 1990. The school offers academic programs of distinction in both theory and performance. It is made up of five departments: Communication Sciences and Disorders; Dance; Exercise and Sport Science; Public Health Education; and Recreation, Parks and Tourism. • The School of Human Environmental Sciences, which was established in 1949 as the School of Home Economics and renamed in 1987. It prepares students for professional careers in fields which improve the quality of life for individuals and families. The school is made up of the departments of Housing and Interior Design, Human Development and Family Studies, Nutrition and Foodservice Systems; Social Work, and Textile Products Design and Marketing. • The Graduate School, which was established in 1921, is responsible for the welfare of all of the graduate programs on campus and approximately 3600 graduate students from 33 states and 34 foreign countries. These students work with more than 500 graduate faculty members who are actively engaged in research, scholarship and creative activity. • The School of Music, which was established in 1921, rated as one of the Top 20 in the country, combines rigorous theory, history, and performance training with a broad liberal arts education. The University opened a $25.7 million stateof-the-art music facility in 1999. It is the only comprehensive slate of performance and music education degrees from the baccalaureate through the doctorate in North Carolina. • The School of Nursing, which was established in 1966, is the largest in North Carolina. It is recognized for the excellence of its programs and the success of its graduates. The master’s program in nurse anesthesia was ranked eighth nationally by U.S. News and World Report. In addition, UNCG is the first institution in the UNC system to offer a combined Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Business Administration in health management. The Aubrey Paul & Georgia Garrison Lloyd International Honors College, which was established in 2006. It is named for the parents of Ms. Rebecca Lloyd, a patron of the College whose support has been invaluable in the formation of the Honors College. Ms. Lloyd’s gift, a $4 million endowment, was the largest-ever alumni gift at UNCG. The International Honors College offers enhanced academics, international and global perspectives, and a variety of extra-curricular activities that will give its students the skills and knowledge needed to be admitted to the most prestigious graduate schools, to compete for nationally competitive awards like the Fulbright, and to start exciting careers in the United States and abroad. Students in any major can choose from among its three different programs. All of these programs can be completed in the time it takes to earn a regular degree and offer a wide variety of small, innovative seminar-style courses that are the hallmark of a quality honors experience. A special characteristic of the IHC is its emphasis on international and global perspectives. In today’s world, international and global perspectives are a necessary part of a solid, complete university education. At IHC, these perspectives are not isolated in a single course or two. Instead, students can find those perspectives throughout the College’s programs – in most of its courses, in its honors residence hall, and in a variety of extra- and co-curricular activities. For honors students who study abroad at one of UNCG’s partner universities, a travel fund is available. Finally, the IHC operates on the principle that while courses are important, its students’ education is too important to be limited to the classroom. It offers its students a variety of special activities both at UNCG and abroad – an honor residence hall, special advising, student symposia, guest lectures and performances, informal coffees, internships and enhanced study abroad experiences.

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Of the more than 16,000 students enrolled in the fall of 2005, 68 percent were female. In addition, 20 percent of the undergraduate student body and 13 percent of the graduate student body were minorities. UNCG’s enrollment increased 8.8 percent from the year before, the largest increase since 1974. In the fall of 2005, UNCG enrolled a record 2,424 freshman, 45 percent of which ranked in the top quarter of their high school graduating class. In addition, 53 percent of the incoming freshman class had a high school GPA of 3.5 or higher (on a 4.0 scale). The University also enrolled 1,253 transfer students. From those students first enrolled in the fall of 2004, 78 percent returned in the fall of 2005. Among the more than 16,000 students at UNCG, 32 percent of the student body lives in oncampus housing. Undergraduates have more than 100 areas of study from which to choose a major leading to one of six undergraduate degrees. In addition, there are 59 master’s degrees and 20 doctoral degrees offered. Among the 855 members of the faculty, nearly three-fourths are full-time. More than 80 percent of the faculty hold doctorates or other terminal degrees. In the 2004-05 academic year, faculty engaged in 6,466 scholarly or creative works and published 56 books and 548 refereed articles. Faculty members earned 220 grants, as well. In all, the UNCG faculty submitted 316 research proposals totalling $99.7 million. Typically, UNCG awards more than 2,000 bachelor’s and nearly 1,000 master’s degrees during graduation festivities held each December and May. At the spring 2006 graduation ceremony, the University granted 1,326 bachelor’s degrees, 604 master’s degrees and 47 doctoral diplomas. UNCG has long had a reputation for academic excellence and is one of only six higher education institutions in the state with a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Athletes at UNCG are not an exception to the rule. At the end of each of the last two academic years, more than 40% of UNCG student-athletes held a grade-point-average of 3.0 or better. A record 52 percent of UNCG’s student-athletes made the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (3.0 GPA in a semester) in the Spring 2006 semester. In October 2004, “Cosmo GIRL”, a magazine geared towards young women, rated UNCG one of the Top 50 institutions in America. For its study, the magazine focused on specific factors important to

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female students: small class size, prominent female faculty, strong women’s athletic programs, a career center that facilitates internship opportunities, leadership options among clubs and activities and an active alumni network. The finalists were selected from 2,685 colleges and universities. In August 2005, The Princeton Review rated UNCG the second-best bargain in its “The Best 357 Colleges” guide. It marked the sixth-straight UNCG appeared in the guide, and its highest-ever rating. UNCG was also ranked in the Top 50 public universities by Consumer’s Digest, making it the only institution to appear in both rankings (Princeton Review and Consumer’s Digest). In-state tuition and room and board rates for UNCG are just over $9,000 per year, while out-of-state rates are just over $20,000 per year. Campus life is enriched by a “small college” atmosphere and many extracurricular and coeducational activities. There are more than 130 student organizations, an active Student Government, fraternities and sororities, and a Campus Recreation program which offers informal, intramural and club sports, as well as an extensive outdoor adventure program. The more than 80 buildings on the campus reflect the 115-year history of the University. There are many new features, including a new, $26 million music building which opened in August 1999, and renovations to the Elliott University Center, which were recently completed. UNCG received approximately $166 million from the state for construction and renovation, based on voter approval of Higher Education Bonds. The $17.6 million Maud Gatewood Studio Arts Building and the $16.9 million Hall for Humanities and Research Administration are the centerpieces of the project. Groundbreaking took place in spring of 2001 and operations within the two buildings began this summer. In addition, construction began on a 400-student residence hall in 2005, which is expected to be completed for use during the 2006-07 academic year. Also included are renovations to the Student Health Center, Aycock Auditorium and Petty, Brown and McNutt buildings, as well as a connector between Jackson Library and the Elliott University Center. The many construction projects on the UNCG campus show the growth of the university, while at the same time attempting to preserve many of the structures that have made the institution what it is today. The Second Century Campaign for UNCG, which concluded Dec. 31, 1998, raised $55.4 million over a five-year span to create 77 new scholarship and fellowship funds, as well as funds for research, programs and acquisitions. In the Fall of 2004, the University announced that its newest campaign, entitled the Students First Campaign. The campaign has a fundraising goal of $78 million. The Students First Campaign will set aside $52 million for scholarships to make UNCG the school of choice for top high school students in the North Carolina and elsewhere. Remaining funds will also be used for endowments to attract top professors, expansion of university facilities and expansion of public services. UNCG hopes to meet its goal by the year 2009. UNCG is a member of the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC) and the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AASCU).

A look up College Avenue – the heart of the UNCG campus. Once a main road through campus, it is now only open to pedestrian traffic.

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A statue of Charles McIver, the university’s founder, sits in the middle of campus.

UNCG’s brand new $16.9 million Hall for Humanities and Research Administration, which opened this past summer, sits on Spring Garden St. in the heart of campus.


University Chancellor Dr. Patricia Sullivan

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Dr. Patricia A. Sullivan, who has served as UNCG’s Chancellor since January 1, 1995, is the institution’s ninth chief executive and the first woman to serve in the position. Her leadership has sustained UNCG’s record of excellence and prepared a solid foundation for the future. UNCG was founded as State Normal and Industrial School, a college for women in 1891. The institution became coeducational in 1963. Today, UNCG offers a full range of undergraduate and graduate programs. Sullivan led the University through a strategic planning process that produced the UNCG Plan. Created for five-year increments, the Plan provides a framework for enhancing UNCG’s position as a diverse, student-centered research university, linking the Triad and North Carolina to the world through learning, discovery, and service. Under Dr. Sullivan’s leadership, enrollment at UNCG exceeded 16,000 last academic year for the first time ever, while academic standards for admission have increased. The campus continues to lead the UNC system in minority enrollment, underscoring UNCG’s commitment to diversity. New undergraduate programs for freshman include Communication Across the Curriculum and the living-learning communities. Distinctive graduate programs include genetic counseling and management information systems, along with new Ph.D. programs in the areas of nursing, public health, economics, geography, history, information technology and special education. Funding to support research and community projects has continued to grow, along with giving by the University’s friends and supporters. UNCG’s new Students First Campaign is under way, with a goal of raising $78.2 million through 2009. The earlier Second Century Campaign for UNCG, which ended in December 1998, raised $55.4 million, far exceeding the original goal of $42.8 million.

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Director of Athletics Nelson Bobb Now in his 24th year as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at UNCG, Nelson E. Bobb has developed a nationally recognized program that has continually succeeded in competition as well as in the classroom. Bobb, the first fulltime athletic director at the University, is the primary architect of a program that now features 16 NCAA Division I teams, eight for men and eight for women. When he arrived in July 1983, there were eight teams competing on the Division III level. The University authorized the shift to Division I in February 1987 and he guided the program through the unprecedented change in competitive status in only five years. UNCG is one of only a dozen institutions to ever compete in all three divisions. However, no other institution has made the complete shift of all teams from Division III to Division I in that time frame. During his tenure, he has watched over the construction or renovation of all of the Spartans’ athletic venues. He began that process by serving on the committee that built Fleming Gymnasium and the HHP Building in 1989. He then moved onto the transformation of Campus Field in 1991 into what is today UNCG Soccer Stadium – one of the premier venues in all of college soccer. In 1999, he oversaw the construction of the UNCG Baseball Stadium and the renovation and lighting of the UNCG Tennis Courts. Last year, he added to the list the transformation of UNCG’s softball facility to become a top-of-the-line stadium venue, and the reconfiguration of seating in Fleming Gym, which added chairback seating on both sides and additional stands under one of the baskets. Under Bobb’s guidance, Spartan student-athletes have consistently graduated at a rate equal to or higher than the general student population at UNCG. Each of the last two academic years, more than 40 percent of UNCG’s student-athletes earned Dean’s List. Last spring, a record 52 percent of student-athletes earned at least a 3.0 GPA in the semester. Other recent program accomplishments include completing the NCAA certification process for Division I institutions twice and successfully transitioning the department’s teams into Southern Conference membership. Under Bobb’s leadership, UNCG hosted the final two rounds of the 1997 and 1998 NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship, and was home to Olympic athletes from several countries for training prior to the Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996. During his tenure, UNCG teams have won 34 conference tournament titles, 25 as an NCAA Division I member. They have also won 63 conference regular season titles, 37 of those since moving to NCAA Division I. UNCG earned the Commissioner’s Cup for overall excellence in the Big South for three consecutive years. While Bobb was athletic director in the 1980’s, the men’s soccer team won four Division III national championships and the women’s basketball team made five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances with a third-place finish in 1988. During his tenure at UNCG, Bobb has also served in various NCAA appointments, including serving on one of the first NCAA Certification teams. Most recently, Bobb served on the Division I Men’s Soccer National Committee and had a two-year term as the chair of the NCAA Men’s and

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Women’s Soccer Rules Committee. UNCG student-athletes have received numerous awards. In 1984, he established the Chancellor’s Scholar-Athlete Award to honor the studentathlete(s) posting the highest grade-point average annually. Bobb, a native of Gahanna, OH, oversees a staff of more than 50 full and part-time employees with administrative divisions of administration and business, student welfare, facilities and operations and integrated public affairs within the department. Before coming to UNCG, Bobb served as an assistant athletic director at Cornell University for five years. He also served as an assistant football coach at Cornell for nine seasons. A 1970 graduate of Kent State (OH) with a bachelor’s degree in education, Bobb also holds a master’s degree in secondary education from Kent. As an undergraduate, he was a three-year letterwinner on the football team as an offensive guard and earned All-Academic recognition from the Mid-American Conference as a junior. He was an all-conference choice his senior year.


UNCG Athletics Directory All Phones are area code (336) // All E-Mail end in @uncg.edu [WM] Denotes office located at West Market Street building [HHP] Denotes office located at HHP Building

TICKETS

ADMINISTRATION

COACHING STAFFS

Phone ........................E-mail Dr. Patricia Sullivan, Chancellor .....................................334-5266 Dr. Terry Ackerman, Faculty Athletics Rep. ....................334-3474 ...................taackerm Nelson Bobb, Director of Athletics [HHP] .......................334-3000 ......................nebobb FAX...........................................................................334-4063 Sylvia Mims, Assoc. AD - Administration [HHP]..............334-5649 ..................... sgmims Cathy Roberts, Assoc. AD - Facilities [HHP] ..................334-5537 ...................csroberts Dick Stewart, Assoc. AD - Public Affairs [HHP] ..............334-4464 ....................restewar Rod Wyatt, Assoc. AD - Student Welfare [HHP] .............256-0108 ....................... jrwyatt Christy Wilson, Asst. AD - Operations [HHP]..................334-5213 ...................mcwilso2 Josh Larsen Asst. AD - Facilities [HHP]..........................334-3226 ..................... jalarsen Dawn Zamrik, Asst. AD - Public Affairs [WM] .................256-0550 ................... dbzamrik James Shipp, Asst. AD - Student Welfare [HHP]............334-3700 ....................... jrshipp

ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT Joanna Camp, Academic Enhancement Director ...........334-5172 ...................... jbcamp Kate LaCoste, Academic Enhancement Asst. ................334-3880 .....................kelacost Kwadjo Steele, Academic Compliance Director .............334-3465 .................... kosteele

Jackie Walsh, Asst. AD - Business [HHP].......................334-3253 ......................jawalsh Paula Terrell, Accountant [HHP] .....................................334-3367 ..............paula_terrell

COMPLIANCE

BASEBALL (Office located in stadium) Mike Gaski, Head Coach ................................................334-3247 .................... mggaski Shane Schumaker, Asst. Coach .....................................334-3247 .................... baseball Sammy Serano, Asst. Coach..........................................334-3247 .................... baseball

MEN’S BASKETBALL Mike Dement, Head Coach [HHP] ..................................334-3003 ..................basketball Rod Jensen, Associate Head Coach [HHP] ...................256-0120 ..................basketball Brooks Lee, Asst. Coach [HHP]......................................334-4473 ..................basketball Kevin Easley, Asst. Coach [HHP] ...................................334-3003 ..................basketball Tripp Pendergast, Dir. of Basketball Operations [HHP] ..334-3003 ..................basketball

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Lynne Agee, Head Coach [HHP] ....................................334-4021 ....................... lcagee Carol Peschel, Associate Head Coach [HHP] ................334-3002 .................. capesche Jon Hines, Asst. Coach [HHP] ........................................334-3754 ...................... jbhines Amanda Eaton, Asst. Coach [HHP] ................................334-3754 ...........................TBA

CROSS COUNTRY / TRACK & FIELD Linh Nguyen, Head Coach [HHP] ...................................334-3231 .................... ltnguye3 Jennifer Severns, Asst. Coach [HHP] .............................334-4157 ...........................TBA

MEN’S GOLF Terrance Stewart, Head Coach [HHP] ............................334-3122 .................... tcstewar

Rod Wyatt, Assoc. AD - Student Welfare [HHP] .............256-0108 ....................... jrwyatt Jana Henderson, Compliance Director [HHP] ................334-3254 ........jana_henderson

WOMEN’S GOLF

FACILITIES

MEN’S SOCCER

Cathy Roberts, Assoc. AD - Facilities [HHP] ..................334-5537 ...................csroberts Josh Larsen, Asst. AD - Facilities [HHP].........................334-3226 ..................... jalarsen Jennifer Aguilar, Facilities Assistant [HHP] .....................334-3032 ..................... jlaguilar David Black, Facilities Assistant [HHP]...........................334-3032 ..................... deblack Jane Long, Equipment Assistant [HHP]..........................334-3032 ........................ jelong

PUBLIC AFFAIRS - MARKETING Dick Stewart, Assoc. AD - Public Affairs [HHP] ..............334-4464 ....................restewar Dawn Zamrik, Asst. AD - Public Affairs [WM] .................256-0550 ................... dbzamrik TBA, Internal Relations [WM] .........................................334-3420 ...........................TBA TBA, External Relations [WM] ........................................334-3252 ...........................TBA WEST MARKET STREET OFFICE FAX ..................334-3798

Emily Maron, Head Coach [HHP] ...................................334-5316 ....................elmarron

Michael Parker, Head Coach [HHP] ...............................334-5222 ...................mhparker Justin Maullin, Asst. Coach [HHP] ..................................334-5258 ......................j_maulli

WOMEN’S SOCCER Eddie Radwanski, Head Coach [HHP] ...........................334-4474 ..................eddie_rad Siri Mullinix, Asst. Coach [HHP]......................................334-3121 .....................s_mullin

SOFTBALL Jennifer Herzig, Head Coach [HHP] ...............................334-5057 ...................... jlherzig Holly Burris, Asst. Coach [HHP] .....................................334-5057 .....................hkburris

MEN’S TENNIS Thomas Mozur, Head Coach [HHP] ...............................334-4302 .....................tamozur

SPORTS INFORMATION

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

Mike Hirschman, Sports Information Director [HHP] ......334-5615 ...................mwhirsch Hirschman’s Cell Phone ...........................................202-5331 Mark Kimmel, Asst. Sports Information Director [HHP] ..334-5615 ................. mdkimmel Kimmel’s Cell Phone ................................................207-2383 Kendra Lee, SID Intern [HHP] ........................................334-5615 ......................... kalee FAX...........................................................................334-3182

Shawn Garus, Head Coach [HHP] .................................334-5303 ....................smgarus Skydra Orzen, Asst. Coach [HHP] ..................................334-3001 .....................shorzen

SPORTS MEDICINE

Jason Loukides, Head Coach [HHP] ..............................334-5050 ......................jcloukid TBA, Asst. Coach [HHP] .................................................334-5050 ...........................TBA

James Shipp, Asst. AD - Athletic Training [HHP] ............334-3700 ....................... jrshipp Erica P. Thornton, Assoc. Athletic Trainer [HHP] ............334-5925 ...................eapearso Daisy Kovach, Assistant Athletic Trainer ........................334-5925 ...........................TBA Mark Williams, Strength & Conditioning Coach ..............334-5925 ...........................TBA SPORTS MEDICINE FAX ........................................256-0407

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BUSINESS OFFICE

John Comer, Ticket Manager [HHP] ...............................334-3250 ......................jfcomer

WOMEN’S TENNIS Jeff Trivette, Head Coach [HHP] ....................................334-5581 ................ uncgtennis

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The overnight success of the UNCG athletics program has been some 60 years in the making. Spartan teams are big achievers in their 16th year in Division I competition. The success story however, began while UNCG was still the Women’s College of the University of North Carolina and intercollegiate competition for women was still in its infancy.

1940s

Nancy Porter may have been the first student-athlete in the modern sense of the word at UNCG. The Ohio native competed in national women’s golf tournaments as early as 1948.

1950s

Women’s College hosted the 10th national golf tournament in 1954 at Starmount Country Club. The College fielded regionally competitive teams that had their beginnings in club sports, play days and other recreational events.

1960s

UNCG launched women’s basketball in 1963 under coach Ellen Griffin. Other early teams were tennis, golf and field hockey. LPGA Hall of Famer Carol Mann was a student at UNCG. She left school early to turn professional. The University became co-educational in 1963. Men’s athletics were added in 1967-68 and the intercollegiate program for men and women received formal recognition from the University. During the fall of 1967, the nickname Spartans was adopted, giving the athletic teams a “fierce mascot, while still preserving the heritage of the WC’s Minerva mark.” Men’s teams joined the Dixie Conference in 1968. Bowling was one of the early men’s teams.

1970s

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The women’s basketball team finished fourth in the National Collegiate Tournament in 1971. The team was one of the first to compete with the five-player rule. The women’s golf team won the University’s first team national championship in 1973, coached by Nancy Porter and featuring future pro Donna Horton White. UNCG was a leader in forming the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW).

1980s

The men’s basketball team, coached by Larry Hargett, won the Dixie Conference Championship and competed in the NCAA Division III Tournament in 1980. Ryan Fox won the 1981 individual national title in Division III men’s golf. In the spring of 1981, the University streamlined its program from 12 to eight teams, all competing at the NCAA Division III level. The 1981-82 academic year was the first in which the NCAA sponsored women’s championships. The men’s soccer team was ranked in the national Top-20 for the first time in September of 1981. It did not leave the poll for another 10 years. Coached by Lynne Agee, in her first season, the women’s basketball team finished runner-up in the inaugural Division III championship in 1982. It was the first of seven straight NCAA trips for the team. With Mike Berticelli at the helm, UNCG captured its first men’s national championship in soccer in 1982 and then repeated in 1983. The women’s tennis team, under Agee’s direction, was the national runner-up in 1983. Nelson E. Bobb was hired as the first full-time athletic director in 1983. The women’s volleyball team posted a 34-3 record and reached the NCAA quarterfinals in 1984. Men’s soccer player Eddie Radwanski, the first two-time All-American in the program’s history, was the first pick in the Major Indoor Soccer League draft in 1985. Under Michael Parker’s direction, the men’s soccer team became the first in NCAA history to win three consecutive national championships, in 1985, 1986 and 1987. In February of 1987, the University announced the elevation of the athletic program from Division III to Division I, an unprecedented move in NCAA history.

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Mahoney was named the tournament’s MVP. The women’s basketball team finished third in the nation after entering the NCAA Tournament unranked in 1988. The Division II era began in 1988-89 and women’s soccer was added to the program. The team was ranked No. 13 nationally before ever playing a game. The men’s soccer team was runner-up in the 1989 Division II national tournament and Jason Haupt led all divisions in scoring.

1990s

The men’s and women’s soccer team were ranked No. 1 nationally in Division II at the same time in 1990. The women’s volleyball and basketball teams made Division II playoff appearances in 1990-91. Women’s golf returned to the athletic program and baseball was added in 1990-91. UNCG Soccer Stadium, a $3.6 million facility, opens for its first game on September 7, 1991, as the men’s team defeated Campbell, 3-1. Four days later, the Spartans stunned No. 2 NC State, 2-1. Men’s soccer’s Mike Gailey led all Division I players in scoring in 1991.

Softball claimed the 1993 Big South regular season title. Brian Moehler became the first Spartan to sign a professional baseball contract after being drafted in the sixth round of the 1993 Major League draft by the Detroit Tigers. He made his “big league” debut in 1996, and pitched the first game ever in Comerica Park in 2000. Men’s soccer won the 1993 Big South championship. Shawn

Men’s soccer claims its second straight Big South championship on Nov. 5, 1994. Larry Feniger was named the tournament MVP. Women’s basketball claimed five straight Big South regular season titles in 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997. Vickie Henson was named the league’s Player of the Year in 1993. Volleyball won the 1995 Big South regular season championship with a record of 7-0. Liz Gremillion was named the league’s MVP. Softball captured three consecutive Big South regular season titles in 1995, 1996 and 1997. Erin Chandler was named the Player of the Year in 1995 and Christine Hornak was the Player of the Year in 1997. Softball also captured four straight Big South Tournament championships in 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997. In just its fourth season, baseball claimed the Big South title and won two games in the 1994 NCAA Regionals. Mike Gaski was named Big South Coach of the Year. On April 15, 1995, men’s tennis captured the Big South Championship. On April 18, 1995, men’s and women’s golf sweep the Big South Tournament. Becky Morgan was named the league’s Player of the Year. Men’s basketball claimed back-to-back Big South regular season titles in 1995 and 1996. On March 2, 1996, men’s basketball knocked off Liberty, 79-53, to claim the Big South Tournament Championship and advance to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in Division I. The Spartans lost to Cincinnati in the NCAA Tournament, 66-61. The five seniors from the team had their numbers honored.

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On April 15, 1996, women’s Golf wins the Big South Tournament. Becky Morgan was once again named the league’s Player of the Year. One day later, the UNCG men’s golf team won the Big South Tournament. Michael Way was the league’s Player of the Year. Women’s golfer Becky Morgan earned her third straight Big South Player of the Year award in April 1997. Women’s tennis captured the 1997 Big South Women’s Tennis championship on April 19, 1997. On May 18, 1997, the UNCG baseball team won the Big South tournament championship with a 14-5 victory over Charleston Southern. Mike Gaski was named Big South Coach of the Year. Baseball earned a bid to the NCAA South I regional, and finished with a school-record 45 wins, including one at the NCAA regional. Pitcher Jason Parsons led the nation with 15 wins and was named third-team All-America. Wrestling, in its first year in the Southern Conference , tied for the 1997 SoCon title. Joe Stanton became the first and only three-time NCAA qualifier in UNCG history. Women’s Soccer won its first Southern Conference Championship in 1997, while outscoring opponents, 24-0, in the SoCon Tournament. The team earned its first NCAA win with a 3-1 overtime upset of fifth-seeded Duke. In 1997, Siggi Eyjolfsson becomes the first First-Team AllAmerican in UNCG men’s soccer Division I history. UNCG women’s basketball defeated top-seeded Georgia Southern, 75-68, in the SoCon Tournament and earned its first-ever NCAA Division I Tournament bid in 1998. In 1998, UNCG men’s soccer claimed its first SoCon title and first NCAA Division I Tournament win, a 2-1 upset at Washington in the first round.

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UNCG joined the Big South Conference in 1992, ending a four-year period as an independent.

Women’s golf was ranked in the Top 20 nationally in the fall of 1993.

Scott Hartzell finished his career as the mens basketball’s all-time leading scorer with 1,539.

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Conference Reg. Season Titles (71 overall; 37 in NCAA Div. I)

In 1998, women’s soccer won its second straight SoCon title, and made its third straight NCAA appearance. On Feb. 12, 1999, the UNCG Baseball Stadium, a $5.4 million facility, opens to a crowd of 1,835. On Dec. 21, 1999, Lynne Agee’s women’s basketball squad defeats defending ACC champion Clemson in a thrilling come-from-behind overtime contest in Fleming Gym, 78-67.

2000s

National Championships (6)

In 2000, wrestler Dax Pecaro records his second straight undefeated season in Women’s Golf – 1973 (AIAW) the Southern Conference and wins the 184-pound title for the second year as well. Men’s Soccer – 1982 (NCAA III) Pecaro became the fifth UNCG wrestler to win a match at the NCAA Tournament. Men’s Soccer – 1983 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1985 (NCAA III) On Feb. 2, 2000, UNCG women’s basketball claimed a 77-71 victory at AppalaMen’s Soccer – 1986 (NCAA III) chian State, the program’s 500th overall win. Men’s Soccer – 1987 (NCAA III) In April 2000, UNCG women’s golf comes within one stroke on the final hole of upsetting six-time champion Furman. The team set a new school-record for low round (292) and tournament (901) at the championship.

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November 2000, the women’s soccer team wins its third SoCon title in four years and upset No. 21 William & Mary in Greensboro in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, becoming the only team in UNCG history to advance to the second round of an NCAA Division I Tournament twice. On March 4, 2001, the men’s basketball team won its first Southern Conference championship on David Schuck’s buzzer-beating layup. The team went on to play top-ranked Stanford in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, its second trip to the “Big Dance” in five years. Guard Nathan Jameson was named first-team Verizon Academic All-America. In April 2001, the men’s tennis team tied for the SoCon regular season championship with Furman, after posting a 9-1 mark in league play. Head coach Jeff Trivette was named the SoCon Men’s Tennis Coach of the Year. In May 2001, Leigh Irwin, the SoCon Player of the Year in 2000, finishes her softball career as the only player in SoCon history to reach the century mark in stolen bases with 103. In June 2001, golfer Karl Mitchell was named a second-team Academic All-American.

Conference Tournament Titles (37 overall; 25 in NCAA Div. I) Women’s Volleyball – 1981 Women’s Basketball – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1983 Softball – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1984 Women’s Volleyball – 1984 Women’s Basketball – 1985 Women’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Basketball – 1988 Softball – 1988 Men’s Soccer – 1993 ** Softball – 1994 ** Women’s Soccer – 1994 ** Men’s Soccer – 1994 ** Softball – 1995 ** Men’s Golf – 1995 ** Women’s Golf – 1995 ** Men’s Tennis – 1995 ** Men’s Basketball – 1996 ** Men’s Golf – 1996 ** Women’s Golf – 1996 ** Softball – 1996 ** Women’s Soccer –1996 ** Men’s Soccer – 1996 ** Baseball – 1997 ** Women’s Tennis – 1997 ** Softball – 1997 ** Women’s Soccer –1997 Men’s Soccer –1998 Women’s Soccer –1998 Women’s Basketball – 1998 Men’s Basketball –2001 Women’s Soccer – 2001 Women’s Soccer – 2003 Men’s Soccer – 2005

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Men’s Tennis – 1974 Men’s Basketball – 1981 Men’s Tennis – 1981 Women’s Volleyball – 1981 Men’s Soccer – 1981 Women’s Basketball – 1982 Softball – 1982 Women’s Tennis – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1982 Women’s Basketball – 1983 Softball – 1983 Women’s Tennis – 1983 Women’s Volleyball – 1983 Men’s Soccer – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1984 Softball – 1984 Men’s Tennis – 1984 Women’s Tennis – 1984 Women’s Volleyball – 1984 Men’s Soccer – 1984 Women’s Basketball – 1985 Women’s Tennis – 1985 Men’s Soccer – 1985 Men’s Tennis – 1986 Women’s Tennis – 1986 Men’s Soccer – 1986 Men’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Tennis – 1987 Men’s Soccer – 1987 Men’s Basketball – 1988 Women’s Basketball – 1988 Men’s Tennis – 1988 Women’s Tennis – 1988 Softball – 1993 Women’s Basketball – 1993 Men’s Soccer – 1993 Women’s Soccer – 1993 Women’s Basketball – 1994 Baseball – 1994 ** Men’s Soccer – 1994 Women’s Soccer – 1994 Men’s Basketball – 1995 Women’s Basketball – 1995 Softball – 1995 Men’s Soccer – 1995 Women’s Soccer – 1995 Volleyball – 1995 Men’s Basketball – 1996 Women’s Basketball – 1996 Softball – 1996 Men’s Soccer – 1996 Women’s Soccer – 1996 Softball – 1997 Baseball – 1997 Women’s Basketball – 1997 ** Women’s Soccer – 1997 ** Men’s Soccer - 1997 ** Women’s Basketball – 1998 ** Baseball – 1998 ** Women’s Soccer – 1998 ** Men’s Soccer – 1998 ** Women’s Basketball – 1999 ** Women’s Soccer – 2000 ** Men’s Tennis – 2001 ** Women’s Soccer – 2001 ** Women’s Basketball – 2002 ** Men’s Basketball – 2002 Men’s Soccer – 2004 ** Women’s Soccer – 2004 ** Men’s Soccer – 2005 **

** denotes officially recognized conference champion

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On Nov. 11, 2001, UNCG women’s soccer captured the 2001 SoCon Tournament Championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament to play North Carolina. Senior goalkeeper Kat Clewley was named the Tournament MVP. Fellow senior Lynsey McLean was named the league’s Player of the Year. On Feb. 11, 2002, men’s soccer player Alejandro Moreno was selected by the L.A. Galaxy in the third round of the 2002 MLS SuperDraft. On March 13 and 14, 2002, the men’s and women’s basketball teams both received their first-ever invitations to the NIT and WNIT, resepectively. The men’s team played eventual-champion Memphis, while the women’s team faced Virginia Tech. In November 2002, Chris Goos was named the SoCon Men’s Soccer Player of the Year after leading the nation in scoring with 60 points - 20 goals and 20 assists. Goos was also named a second-team All-American. On November 19, 2002, the men’s basketball team defeated Wagner, 84-65, in the first round of the Preseason NIT in Fleming Gymnasium. It marked UNCG’s first ever win in the NIT. The Spartans advanced to play at Kansas in the second round. On November 21, 2002, men’s soccer player Cliff Patterson was named third-team CoSIDA Academic All-American after scoring 17 goals on the season. On Feb. 23, 2003, softball’s Amber Watson tossed a perfect game against Toledo in a 2-0 win. Watson struck out 17 batters, including the game’s first nine.

On May 7, 2003, Jennifer Hubbard was named the SoCon’s Softball Player of the Year after hitting .384 with 10 home runs and 30 runs batted in. Penny Thompson ended her standout career as the SoCon’s all-time home run leader with 36. On May 25, 2003, softball’s Jennifer Moran earned first-team CoSIDA Academic All-American honors. On May 30, 2003, pitcher/outfielder Ryan Gordon was named first-team All-America by Louisville Slugger. The junior hit .416 on the season and captured the SoCon’s batting crown, the first in school history to do so. Gordon was also named third-

Jay Joseph

In November 2003, the UNCG women’s soccer team won the Southern Conference Tournament title to earn its third trip to the NCAA Tournament in the last four years. The Spartans defeated arch-rival Furman, 2-0, to win the SoCon crown. UNCG followed that with a first round NCAA Tournament win over Wake Forest, 2-1, before losing to eventual-National Champion North Carolina in the second round. It marked the third time that the Spartans had advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. On January 7, 2004, UNCG women’s basketball coach Lynne Agee won her 500th game as a head coach when her Spartans defeated Furman, 63-60, in a SoCon tilt at Fleming Gymnasium. Agee became just the 23rd women’s basketball coach in NCAA history to achieve the milestone, joining the likes of legends Jody Conradt of Texas, Tennessee’s Pat Summit, UConn’s Geno Auriemma, Louisiana Tech’s Leon Barmore, North Carolina State’s Kay Yow and North Carolina’s Sylvia Hatchell. On January 31, 2004, UNCG defeated North Carolina for the first time in the sport of Wrestling. After the match ended in a 20-20 tie, UNCG won the match on a tie-breaker, marking the first time the Spartans had defeated the Tar Heels in seven tries. It was UNCG’s first win over an ACC school in five years. Kevin Artis’ 24-9 win in the final bout of the match tied the overall score and provided the only technical fall of the match, giving UNCG the edge in the tie-breaker. On February 23, 2004, Jay Joseph became UNCG’s all-time leading scorer, eclipsing the mark held by his former teammate James Maye set one year earlier. Joseph finished his career with 1,646 points. He also finished first all-time at UNCG in games played, field goals made and field goal attempts. In March 2004, Darren Burns was named the SoCon Freshman Wrestler of the Year, UNCG’s first wrestling Freshman of the Year since joining the SoCon. On September 25, 2004, as part of the fifth induction class into the UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame, Lynne Agee became the first active head coach to be enshrined in the UNCG Hall. Agee was inducted along with the 1982 men’s soccer team, the 1973 women’s golf team and deceased administrator David Knight. On September 29, 2004, James Goodman’s goal 28 minutes into the contest was the lone tally as UNCG defeated rival-UNC Chapel Hill, 1-0, in front of a crowd of 2,608 at the UNCG

Brian Moehler

Soccer Stadium. The crowd was the largest at UNCG Soccer Stadium since 1999. The win gave UNCG its fourth win of the season over an ACC-member squad. Just 19 days later, on October 17, 2004, UNCG received its first No. 1 national ranking since moving to Division I. The men’s soccer team was ranked No. 1 for the first time that day and became a consensus No. 1 a day later when all four major soccer polls – College Soccer News, Soccer America, Soccer Times and the NSCAA Coaches’ Poll – all listed the Spartans atop the rankings. UNCG remained a consensus No. 1 for two more weeks and a top-ranked team for a fourth week before seeing its 18-match unbeaten streak snapped. The Spartans evevntually earned the SoCon’s first-ever at-large bid to the NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament, garnering a No. 8 seed. UNCG advanced to the third round of the tournament, before suffering a heartbreaking 1-0 overtime loss to UC Santa Barbara, the eventual national runner-up. On the heels of the outstanding season, Michael Parker was named the NSCAA South Region Coach of the Year. Parker was also named the Southern Conference Coach of the Year. On October 31, 2004, UNCG wrapped up its fourth Southern Conference women’s soccer regular season crown in an eight-year span with a convincing 7-0 win over The Citadel in Charleston. Rakel Logadottir finished the season as UNCG’s all-time leader in career assists. On November 3, 2004, UNCG’s Amy Carnell and Karla Davis swept the 2004 SoCon Women’s Soccer Player and Freshman of the Year honors. A week later, Randi Patterson and Matt Smith were named the 2004 SoCon Men’s Soccer Player and Freshman of the Year, respectively. It marked the first time one school had swept all four awards. Patterson went on to earn several All-American honors. Freshmen Kyle Hines and Kristen Boone swept the SoCon’s Men’s and Women’s Basketball Freshman of fthe Year honors in February of 2005. Hines set school and SoCon records for blocks in a season with 106, while Boone recorded 121 steals to set a new school record. Her total was the fourth-highest single-season total recorded by a freshman in NCAA history. Joe Kemmerer, Daren Burns and Joe Lowe all qualified for the 2005 NCAA Wrestling Championships in March. Burns had the best showing of the three, advancing to the quarterfinals of the 197-lb. class. He wound up in the fourth round of the wrestlebacks and finished the season with a 30-6 mark. Two months later, Burns was the surprise of the Pan American Wrestling Championships, finishing third for Team USA at the

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On Feb. 27, 2003, James Maye broke the men’s basketball all-time scoring record with 17 points against Furman. Maye recorded a triple-double in the game with 17 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists. He finished his career with 1,574 points.

team All-America by Baseball America.

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international competition held in Guatemala City, Guatemala. In May of 2005, Charles Jones became the first Spartan to qualify for the NCAA Track and Field Championships. After winning the SoCon Championship in the triple jump to qualify for NCAA Regional competition, Jones outlasted a two-hour thunderstorm delay and recorded a jump of 15.35 meters to break a tie for fifth-place and earn automatic qualification into the National Championship meet in Sacramento. Earlier in the meet, Jones had leaped a school-record 15.50 meters. Jones eventually finished the national championship meet in 23rd place.

On December 3, 2005, Kyle Hines grabbed 21 rebounds, the most by a Spartan in more than 30 years, to go along with 18 points in a 72-58 win over College of Charleston at Fleming Gym. The 21 rebounds were also a Fleming Gym record. Hines went onto earn All-Region honors from the US Basketball Writers, joining five ACC all-stars.

In June of 2005, Chris Mason was drafted in the second round of the Major League Baseball Draft, being selected by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.

On December 31, 2005, UNCG hosted top-ranked Duke at the Greensboro Coliseum in front of a record crowd of 21,124. The near capacity crowd was the largest to ever see a UNCG athletic event.

In August of 2005, Randi Patterson and Scott Jones became the first UNCG players to be named to the “watch list” for the Hermann Award, given annually to the Collegiate Soccer Player of the Year. Patterson was later named among 15 semifinalists for the award. On October 30, 2005, Randi Patterson became the 13th player in school history and just the fifth junior to record 100 career points in the Spartans’ 3-0 men’s soccer win over Wofford. The win clinched a share of the Southern Conference regular season title. Two weeks later, UNCG added a Southern Conference Tournament championship trophy to the mantle with a 2-1 win over Davidson. UNCG eventually advanced to the NCAA Tournament Round of 16 – its second straight Round of 16 appearance.

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school and the program’s first victory over Wake Forest since 1977.

In November 2005, Randi Patterson became the first player in 20 years to earn back-to-back Southern Conference Player of the Year awards. He and Scott Jones later earned All-American honors. In December 2005, UNCG’s women’s basketball program enjoyed two of its greatest non-conference wins since moving to the Division I level. In a 12-day span, UNCG knocked off Big East foe West Virginia at home and ACC member Wake Forest on the road. It was UNCG’s first-ever win over a Big East

At the Southern Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships in February 2006, Jeff Williams earned his second consecutive conference title in the 800 meters, making him the first repeat champion in school history. Williams later went onto win the outdoor title in the 800 meters to qualify for the NCAA East Regional Outdoor Track & Field meet. In March 2006, the UNCG women’s basketball team made its first SoCon Tournament title game appearance since 2002. The Spartans rallied from nearly all of a 21-point deficit, closing to within three in the final four minutes. However, Chattanooga pulled away late for a 91-79 win.

Andy Bare

UNCG’s wrestling team sent multiple wrestlers to the NCAA Tournament for the third consecutive year. The Spartans finished tied for 31st, the program’s highest NCAA Championship finish to date. UNCG opened its remodeled softball venue on Wednesday, February 22 with a twinbill against Radford. The opening of the new $3 million facility was originally scheduled for 11 days

earlier, but was postponed due to inclement weather. Later in the year, the Spartans became the first No. 8 seed to beat a top-seed in the SoCon Softball Tournament. On April 18, 2006, UNCG earned its first win over a top-ranked team in any sport during the university’s Division I era... and got to beat Big Brother in the process. The baseball team beat top-ranked North Caorlina, 7-6, in front of a crowd of 1,033. After jumping out to a 4-1 lead, UNCG withstood several Tar Heel rallies, including a pair of runs in the top of the ninth inning before closer Patrick Currin slammed the door. Charles Jones joined Jeff Williams at NCAA East Regional Outdoor Track & Field meet, making Jones a two-time qualfier in the triple jump. Jones finished 11th, falling short in his attempt to return to the national meet. Jermaine Mitchell drafted in fifth round of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft by the Oakland A’s. Mitchell became the second-highest baseball player drafted behind Chris Mason in 2005. In addition, teammate Patrick Currin, who earned Second-Team Academic All-American honors, was also selected by Oakland the following day in Round 22. UNCG alumn Andy Bare qualified for the 106th U.S. Open, becoming the first Spartan to qualify for a major golf tournament. Bare finished ninth in a sectional that drew national attention. Also attempting to qualify at the same sectional was Michelle Wie, trying to become the first female to play in the Open. While Bare was making his name on the pro scene nationally, two UNCG golfers did so on the amateur national scene. Spartan golfers Nathan Stamey and Bradley Leeper appeared among 156 golfers at the 2006 USGA Public Links held at Gold Mountain GC in Bremerton, WA. Stamey qualified by winning his sectional, while Leeper earned a spot as an alternate and was added to the field just 48 hours prior to it getting underway.

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