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USC Women's Volleyball

6

National Championships

34

All-Americans

3

AVCA Hall of Fame inductees

3

Volleyball Hall of Fame inductees


24

Olympians

21

Consecutive NCAA appearances

7

NCAA Final Four appearances in last 12 years (2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010, 2011)


2008 Olympian Asia Kaczor

Two-time Olympian Debbie Green

Trojans in the Olympics

Two-time Olympian Kim Ruddins

2008 Olympian Nicole Davis


The USC women's volleyball program has had a long history of sending players and coaches to the Olympics. Since the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, a USC player/coach has competed in each Olympic Games in all but three years (1972, 1976 and 2004). A total of 24 USC players have competed in the Olympics. USC sent three former players to London, England, for the 2012 Olympics: Nicole Davis (indoor volleyball), and Jennifer Kessy and April Ross (beach volleyball). All three won silver medals for the United State. Former Olympian Paula Weishoff served as an assistant coach for the U.S. Team.

Bibiana Candelas at the 2008 Olympics

Bibiana Candelas celebrates with teammate Mayra Garcia at the 2008 Olympics

2012 LONDON....................................................... Nicole Davis .................................................................. Jennifer Kessy ......................................................................... April Ross .....................................Paula Weishoff (Assistant Coach) 2008 BEIJING......................................................... Nicole Davis .........................................................Asia Kaczor (Poland) ................. Bibiana Candelas (Mexico - Beach Volleyball) ...................................... Sue Woodstra (Assistant Coach) 2000 SYDNEY.....................................Mick Haley (Head Coach) 1996 Atlanta.................................................. Paula Weishoff 1992 Barcelona................................. Paula Weishoff (MVP) 1988 Seoul.......................................................... Kim Ruddins 1984 Los Angeles.......................................... Carolyn Becker ...................................................................Debbie Green ............................................ Terry Place (West Germany) ..................................................................... Kim Ruddins ................................................................. Paula Weishoff ...................................................................Sue Woodstra ................................................. Tauna Vandeweghe (alt.) 1980 Moscow................................................. Carolyn Becker ...................................................................Debbie Green .............................................................. Debbie Landreth ....................................................................... Terry Place ...................................................................Sue Woodstra 1968 Mexico City...................................... Kathryn Ann Heck ................................................................ Nina Jorgensen ............................................................. Patti Lucas-Bright ................................................................ Miki McFadden 1964 Tokyo.................................................. Patti Lucas-Bright


Tracy (Lindquist) Jones

Keao Burdine

Trojans in the AVP/FIVB

April Ross and Jennifer Kessy celebrate after winning the 2009 FIVB World Beach Championship in Norway (photo: Alf Ove Hansen, AP)

The AVP Tour has long been known as the top pro beach volleyball destination and many former Women of Troy have played. Recent tour play has included former players Jennifer Kessy, Tracy Lindquist, April Ross and Keao Burdine. In 1997, at the ages of 16 and 14, repectively, Lindquist and then-partner Chrissie Zartman (UCLA) became the youngest players ever to receive an AAA beach rating. The pair won five AAU Junior Beach Championships and five Junior Olympic gold medals while representing the United States, including the first World University Games Beach Volleyball Championship in Guadeloupe of the French Antilles in 2002. The pair reunited to defend its title in 2004, but finished fourth overall. Kessy earned her first beach title in 2001 with thenpartner Heather Lowe at the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour Thailand Challenger. Her breakout season came in 2004 when she was voted as the AVP's Most Improved Player. With various partners, she climbed to No. 11 in the AVP rankings in 2004 and ranked 56th on the money list with over $30,000 in winnings. She also posted her best domestic finish, placing second at the 2004 Bud Light Huntington Beach Open with Barbara Fontana. Burdine and Ross made their 2006 debut as a team and quickly earned enough points to be slotted as an automatic seed later in the season. The Sacramento Open (June 15-18) provided the first glimpse of their potential after they raced through the qualifiers' bracket and upset several seeded teams for a ninth-place finish. Both players garnered 2006 AVP Rookie of the Year honors. Kessy and Ross came together as a team in 2007 with their first win coming at the FIVB event in Norway. Seeded at No. 29, the tandem became the lowest-seeded team to win an FIVB event since the tour's inception in 1992.


April Ross and Jennifer Kessy

2-man: AVP, Jose Cuervo, Parks & Rec, USAV, FIVB; through 2002 season. Players........................................Best Finish............... Years Played Anna Biller........................................5th.............. 1980, 1987-1989 Keao Burdine....................................5th........................ 2003-2010 Patti Bright........................................3rd....................... 1968, 1974 Debbie (Landreth) Brown................13th............................... 1989 Bibiana Candelas.............................. 1st................................. 2006 Tracy Clark........................................9th................................. 1989 Diane Copenhagen...........................5th........................ 2008-2011 Kashi Cormier..................................35th............. 2003, 2006-2007 Jess Gysin......................................... 2nd................................. 2011 Katie Haller.......................................9th................................. 1995 Nancy Hillman.................................25th.................... 1989-1990 Jennifer Kessy................................... 1st........................ 2000-2011 Kelly Kuebler....................................17th................................ 2003 Tracy Lindquist................................. 2nd........................ 2000-2010 Megan McCallister............................9th....................... 1989, 1993 Miki McFadden................................. 1st................................. 1976 Heidi Munneke................................57th................................ 2006 Kirsti Olsen......................................35th....................... 2003-2004 Katie Olsovsky...................................3rd................................. 2010 Alicia Robinson................................57th................................ 2006 April Ross.......................................... 1st........................ 2006-2011 Maya Thiene..................................... 1st....................... 1976, 1978 Tauna Vandeweghe.........................17th.................... 1989, 2000 Staci Venski...................................... 51st................................ 2004 Paula Weishoff..................................3rd......... 1985, 1988, 1999 Antoinette White.............................25th................................ 1993

Bibiana Candelas (right) teamed with former Minnesota libero to win the 2006 Collegiate National Beach Volleyball Championship


The Vision of USC

Did You Know? 路 The USC School of Cinematic Arts (above) was proud to both celebrate its 80th anniversary during the 2009-10 academic year, and open the doors on the first two buildings in its new Cinematic Arts complex, which pays homage to the cinematic history of Southern California and USC. The new Cinematic Arts complex was built, thanks to a $175 million donation by USC alumnus George Lucas. The now-completed complex includes an animation building, soundstages and a production center. 路 In February 2010, the Princeton Review ranked USC's Interactive Media division as the No. 1 video-game design program in North America. Game design formally got its start at USC in 2002, when the USC School of Cinematic Arts launched its MFA in interactive media, although a core game-design workshop had been in place since 1999. In 2004, the school unveiled the Game Innovation Lab, a state-of-the-art research space and think tank for game design and creation. A B.A. in interactive entertainment was first offered in 2005. Today, USC offers four degrees in video-game development at the undergraduate and graduate levels. For the game-play design-focused, the USC School of Cinematic Arts offers the Master of Fine Arts in interactive media and the Bachelor of Arts in interactive entertainment. For the more engineering-oriented, the USC Viterbi School offers the Bachelor of Science in computer science (games) and the Master of Science in computer science (game development).


The University of Southern California is a private research institution of international distinction. It is distinguished by renowned faculty, highly competitive admission standards, an appreciation of the arts and an innovative community service outreach program that was recognized by Time Princeton Review when USC was named College of the Year in 2000 and Newsweek/Kaplan College Guide's "Hot School of 2001." Founded in 1880, it enrolls about 38,000 students annually on two campuses, the 235-acre University Park Campus in Exposition Park and the 50-acre Health Sciences Campus, three miles to the northeast of downtown Los Angeles. USC is a unique and distinguished university with a proud tradition of achievement and unheralded success in all areas of study: USC is a member of the Association of American Universities, a select group of 62 elite public and private universities in the United States and Canada that, together, do about two-thirds of all federally funded research and development. USC has 63 faculty members who are members of national academies. Membership in these prestigious academies, created by Congress, is by election only and is based on a faculty member's distinguished and continuous achievements. The University is the home of 17 professional schools, in addition to the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. These schools train specialists in fields ranging from medicine and law to architecture, theatre, education and business. USC undergraduates can design degrees from 77 major and 101 minors available in the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences, the Graduate School and Professional Schools. • More than 233,000 living alumni in the Trojan Family • 40 housing facilities available both on and off campus • More than 300 clubs and student organizations • Many of USC's undergraduate/graduate programs rank in the top 10 nationally • 46 fraternities and sororities • One of the nation's best academic reputations.


The Vision of USC Did You Know? · USC was named No. 23 in the nation for the “best national universities” category by U.S. News & World Report in 2010. At 23rd, USC was tied with Carnegie Mellon University. U.S. News listed USC among only five institutions in the American West in the top 25; it also included Stanford (No. 5), the California Institute of Technology (No. 7), the University of California, Berkeley (No. 22) and UCLA (No. 25). From 1991 to date, USC has risen 28 places in the U.S. News rankings. Moreover, the university also was rated as having the third most economically diverse student body among top schools. Two USC schools were singled out in the rankings for quality: The USC Marshall School of Business was ranked No. 10 nationally and was listed as No. 4 in entrepreneurship and No. 5 in real estate. The USC Viterbi School of Engineering was rated 26th overall. · USC’s 2009 entering class is the most academically talented in the university’s 129-year history. Despite a difficult economic environment, demand remained high, with 35,753 applications for 2,869 places in the class. Students’ average standardized test scores are in the 94th percentile as compared to all students in the United States, and their average grade point average is 3.7. USC offers admission without regard to ability to pay, and the university meets 100 percent of the demonstrated need of on-time financial aid applicants. USC has the largest university-funded financial aid budget of any university in the country, providing more than $180 million each year of university funds to undergraduates. Almost 60 percent of USC’s undergraduate students receive some sort of university aid. This represents more than 9,000 students – more than the total undergraduate population of most highly selective private research universities. · USC is one of only two Los Angeles universities to own its own hospital after the university spent $275 million in 2009 to acquire the USC University Hospital and USC Norris Cancer Center. With other hospitals comprising the university's Health Science campus (located east of downtown Los Angeles), the acquisition ensures USC's position among the nation's top-ranked integrated academic medical centers. · USC is the largest private-sector employer in Los Angeles and one of the largest economic engines for the state of California. USC's academic spending alone generates $4.9 billion annually in economic activity in the Los Angeles region and beyond. · With the opening of a new international office in Shanghai, USC has increased its number of Asia offices to four: Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taipei and Tokyo. USC is the nation’s leader in international education, with over 7,000 international students, more than any other U.S. university. Academically, USC’s ties to Shanghai include partnerships with Shanghai Jiao Tong University and the College of Civil Engineering at Shanghai-based Tongji University.

In the summer of 2010, the $100 million Ronald Tutor Campus Center opened at the center of the USC campus. The complex includes a new admission office, alumni center and general meeting space for student groups.


USC Undergraduate Profile African American Asian Caucasian Hispanic/Latino Native American

5.5% 23.5% 44.3% 13.4% 0.9%

International Students

10.6%

Female Male

50.2% 49.8%

USC undergraduates come from all 50 states and about 115 countries. Total Enrollment 38,000 Undergraduate Students 17,500 Graduate/Professional Students 20,500 Student/Faculty Ratio

10:1

School with the largest undergraduate enrollment is the College of Letďťżters, Arts and Sciences (37.4%). Average class size for the College of Letďťżters, Arts and Sciences is 26 students. Financial aid expenditures totalled $343 million. 95% of students participate in extracurricular activities.


The Trojan Family The extended family of USC is a global network made up of thousands of alumni, students, faculty, and staff, as well as parents of students, SCions (children and grandchildren of alumni), the Board of Trustees, the boards of councilors, donors, athletic fans, and neighborhood partners. But the uniqueness of the Trojan Family isn’t due to its vast numbers. Rather, it’s the extraordinary closeness and solidarity that is found in this genuinely supportive community. To its members, the term “Trojan Family” is more than a phrase: it represents a promise, a commitment to support that is lifelong and worldwide.

USC Alma Mater “All Hail” “All Hail to Alma Mater To thy glory we sing; All Hail to Southern California Loud let thy praises ring; Where Western sky meets Western sea Our college stands in majesty; Sing our love to Alma Mater, Hail, all hail to thee!”

Students

Faculty

USC’s diverse student body is a strength and source of pride. From its earliest days, USC aspired to diversity by instituting policies that assured no student would be denied admission because of race, color, religion, or gender. The university has attracted more international students over the years than any other American university. Currently, 11 percent of USC’s students represent over 110 countries. Equally important is the academic excellence that today’s USC students bring. USC accepted 80 percent of applicants from the top 10 percent of their high schools. The 2009 entering class’ SAT score average between 1930-2150 and GPA average is 3.7. But USC students are more than academic high-achievers. There have been more Trojans in the Olympics than any American university, and over 60 percent of the university’s students volunteer in community-service programs in neighborhoods around campus and throughout LA. Outstanding, well-rounded students are a hallmark of USC.

USC’s faculty members aren’t just teachers of others’ works, but active contributors to what is taught, thought, and practiced throughout the world. The university’s faculty includes Nobel Prize laureate George A. Olah and 63 members of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, and, Institute of Medicine. More than 200 faculty members have received prestigious academic and professional awards from organizations as varied as National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, and the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.

Did You Know? · USC distributes $343 million in financial aid; over 60 percent of our students receive assistance. · For the academic year, a total of 11 percent of the student body are first-generation college students. And consider this: · The student-to-faculty ratio is 10-to-1. · The average class size is 26 students. · Full-time faculty teach the vast majority of our courses. · Students can get all the classes they need in order to graduate in four years. · USC grads get great jobs, attend the best graduate and professional schools in the country (including our own) and are supported by the Trojan Family - a network of nearly a quarter million alumni.

Alumni USC’s first alumni association was founded in 1885, just a year after the university graduated its first class. Those initial eight men and women paved the way for today’s more than 229,000-member USC Alumni Association. Trojan alumni span all 50 states and virtually every region of the world. As leaders in their communities and professions, they bring recognition to their alma mater. Distinguished alumni include former U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher, astronaut Neil Armstrong, architect Frank Gehry, opera singer Marilyn Horne, symphony conductor Michael Tilson Thomas, film director George Lucas, and baseball pitcher Mark Prior. The talents and commitment of its alumni are among USC’s greatest strengths.


Traveler Traveler, the noble white horse that appears at all USC home football games with a regal Trojan warrior astride, is one of the most famous college mascots. Traveler first made an appearance at USC football games in 1961. Bob Jani, then USC’s director of special events, and Eddie Tannenbaum, then a junior at USC, had spotted Richard Saukko riding his white horse, Traveler I, in the 1961 Rose Parade. They persuaded Saukko to ride his white horse during USC games, serving as a mascot. Ever since, whenever USC scores, the band plays “Conquest” and Traveler gallops around the Coliseum. The current Trojan mascot is Traveler VII. Even though the breed of horse may have changed over the years — Travelers I through VI ranged from an Arabian/Tennessee Walker to a pure-bred Tennessee Walker to a pure-bred Arabian to an Andalusian — Traveler’s color has always remained pure white. In the fall of 2004, USC alumnus Bill Tilley ('61) and his wife, Nadine, donated $2 million to provide a permanent endowment to support Traveler. Besides the horses, USC once even had a canine mascot. A mutt named George Tirebiter I (famous for chasing cars through the USC campus) first appeared at football games in 1940. He survived a publicized dognapping by UCLA in 1947, but succumbed under the tires of an automobile in 1950. He was succeeded by George II for three years(1950-52), then George III for one year (1953) and finally George IV for one year (1957).

Tommy Trojan In the center of the USC campus stands one of the most famous collegiate landmarks in the country: Tommy Trojan. Since being unveiled in 1930 for USC’s 50th jubilee, the statue of the bronzed Trojan warrior has served not only as a popular meeting place on campus, but as a symbol of the university’s fighting spirit. Sculpted by Roger Noble Burnham, Tommy Trojan cost $10,000 to build. A $1 surcharge then on season football tickets helped pay for it. The statue is a composite of many USC football players from the late 20s, most notably 1930 Rose Bowl Player of the Game Russ Saunders and

All-American Erny Pinckert. Inscribed on the statue’s base is “THE TROJAN” and the university’s seal, with the Latin motto “Palmam qui meruit ferat (Let him who deserves it bear away the palm).” Below the seal are inscribed the qualities of the ideal Trojan: “Faithful, Scholarly, Skillful, Courageous and Ambitious.”

Cardinal and Gold Before 1895, the official color of USC was gold. The official color of the College of Liberal Arts was cardinal. The college had its own official color because it was the largest academic unit in the University. In 1895, both colors were adopted as USC’s official colors.

“Trojans” USC’s nickname, “Trojans,” originated in 1912. Up to that time, USC’s teams were called the Methodists or Wesleyans, nicknames which were not looked upon with favor by university officials. So, Warren Bovard, director of athletics and son of university president Dr. George Bovard, asked Los Angeles Times sports editor Owen Bird to select an appropriate nickname. “At this time, the athletes and coaches of the university were under terrific handicaps,” recalled Bird. “They were facing teams that were bigger and better-equipped, yet they had splendid fighting spirit. The name ‘Trojans’ fitted them.”

The Spirit Of Troy The Trojan Marching Band - known as “The Spirit of Troy” - is perhaps the most dynamic and innovative collegiate band in the nation. Named among the eight best marching bands in the country by USA Today, the band is one of the most visible tools of the University. Established in 1880, the band has played for seven Presidents, appeared in numerous movies, commercials and television shows, and has even produced several records of its own music. The band marches upwards of 80 miles a year while traveling across the land supporting almost every USC athletic team. A typical football halftime show by the band takes more than 4,000 work hours to prepare. Now 300-plus members strong, the Trojan Marching Band has tripled in size since Dr. Arthur C. Bartner became its director in 1969.

Notable Alumni Herb Alpert, Musician Neil Armstrong, Astronaut Art Buchwald, Columnist LeVar Burton, Actor Leo Buscaglia, Author/Educator Jerry Buss, Owner - LA Lakers Julie Chen, TV Broadcaster Warren Christopher, former U.S. Secretary of State Frank Gehry, Architect Frank Gifford, Sportscaster Lionel Hampton, Musician Marilyn Horne, Opera Star Ron Howard, Director/Actor Keyshawn Johnson, NFL Randy Johnson, MLB Michael Landon, Actor Lisa Leslie, WNBA George Lucas, Film Director Paul Mazursky, Director Cheryl Miller, Sportscaster Paul Orphala, Founder - Kinkos Linda Johnson Rice, CEO Ebony, Jet Magazines John Ritter, Actor Barney Rosenzweig, Producer Edward P. Roski - Co-Owner - LA Kings and LA Lakers Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf Tom Selleck, Actor Ally Sheedy, Actress Cybill Shepard, Actress John Singleton, Director Lynn Swann, Sportscaster Marlo Thomas, Actress John Wayne, Actor Forest Whitaker, Actor David L. Wolper, Producer Robert Zemeckis, Film Director


The Pac-12 Conference

Built on a firm foundation of academic excellence and superior athletic performance, the Conference ushered in a new era on July 1, 2011, officially becoming the Pac-12 Conference with the additions of the University of Colorado and University of Utah. Just 27 days after the Conference officially changed its named, Commissioner Larry Scott announced the creation of the Pac-12 Networks on July 27, 2011, solidifying a landmark television deal and putting the Conference on the forefront. The Networks, including one national network and six regional networks, in conjunction with four of the nation’s largest cable operators, marked the first time a U.S. collegiate conference or any other programmer has launched a collection of networks across a variety of platforms, rather than a sole network. In addition, the “TV everywhere” rights will allow fans to access coverage outside the home on any digital device, including smartphones and tablet computers. On the field, the Pac-12 rises above the rest, upholding its tradition as the “Conference of Champions” ®, claiming an incredible 119 NCAA team titles since 1999-2000, including nine in 2011-12. That is an average of over nine championships per academic year. Even more impressive has been the breadth of the Pac-12’s success, with championships coming in 28 different men’s and women’s sports. The Pac-12 has led or tied the nation in NCAA Championships in 46 of the last 52 years. The only exceptions being in 1980-81, 1988-89, 1990-91 and 1995-96 when the Conference finished second, and only twice finished third (1998-99 and 2004-05). For the seventh-consecutive year, the Pac-12 had the most NCAA titles or tied for the most of any conference in the country, winning at least six every year since 2000-01. No other conference has won double-digit NCAA crowns in a single year, the Pac-12 doing so six times, including a record 14 in 1996-97. Spanning nearly a century of outstanding athletics achievements, the Pac-12 was the first conference to reach 400 championships in 2010-11. With the inclusion of Colorado and Utah, the Conference surpassed another major milestone, with league teams capturing 450 titles, outdistancing the next conference by nearly 200. In all, Conference teams have won 451 NCAA Championships (306 men’s, 145 women’s). The Conference’s reputation is further proven in the annual Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup competition, the prestigious award that honors the best overall collegiate athletics programs in the country. STANFORD continued its remarkable run and won its unprecedented 18th-consecutive Directors’ Cup in 2011-12. For the second-straight year, six of the top 25 Division I programs were Pac-12 member institutions: No. 1 STANFORD, No. 3 UCLA, No. 7 USC, No. 11 CALIFORNIA, No. 19 ARIZONA and No. 24 OREGON. With three teams in the top 10, it was the most of any conference. The new era of the Pac-12 Conference and 2011-12 campaign kicked off with the Conference’s first-ever Pac-12 Football Championship game, pitting OREGON for the North Division and UCLA from the South Division. The Ducks won the inaugural championship game, 49-31, in front of a sold-out stadium (59,376) in Eugene, Ore. The Conference’s nine national titles came in the form of five women’s and four men’s crowns. Six different league schools claimed NCAA titles and, of the five NCAA institutions to have won multiples titles, three were from the Pac-12. CALIFORNIA, STANFORD and USC each won two NCAA Championships. The Golden Bears swept the men’s and women’s swimming and diving crowns for the secondconsecutive year; the Cardinal raised the national championship trophy for the first time ever in women’s soccer and added a second-consecutive crown in women’s water polo; while the Trojans won their fourth-straight men’s tennis and men’s water polo crowns.

Arguably the best women’s volleyball conference in the country, UCLA brought home the national title, the Pac-12‘s first in the sport in six years. OREGON also continued its remarkable streak in women’s indoor track, winning a third-straight crown. And ARIZONA won its first baseball crown in over a quarter century as it claimed the Conference’s ninth of the year. In addition to the nine national championships, the Pac-12 also had runners-up in eight NCAA Championship events: women’s volleyball (USC), cross country (WASHINGTON), men’s water polo (UCLA), skiing (UTAH), women’s tennis (UCLA), women’s track & field (OREGON), men’s volleyball (USC) and women’s water polo (USC). Overall, the Conference had 39 teams finish in the top four at 25 NCAA Championship events. Participation in the postseason was a common occurrence for the Pac-12 in 2011-12. Of the 22 sports sponsored by the Conference, 14 witnessed at least half its teams participating in NCAA or other postseason action. The men sent 53 of a possible 101 teams into the postseason (52.4 percent), while the women sent 67 of a possible 113 teams (59.3 percent). The Conference experienced continued success in football as the league sent two teams to BCS Bowl games for the second-straight year. Overall, seven teams went to bowls games. OREGON claimed its 10th Pac-12 crown in the sport, winning the Conference’s first-ever Football Championship Game, and claimed a spot in the Rose Bowl. Meanwhile, STANFORD (Tostitos Fiesta Bowl), ARIZONA STATE (MAACO Las Vegas Bowl), CALIFORNIA (Holiday Bowl), WASHINGTON (Valero Alamo Bowl), UTAH (Hyundai Sun Bowl) and UCLA (Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl) also earned bowl bids. Oregon and Stanford were ranked in the top-5 of the Associated Press’ poll at season’s end, finishing fourth and fifth, respectively. Conference newcomer COLORADO won the Pac-12 Tournament men’s basketball title. The Buffs, along with CALIFORNIA, represented the league in the NCAA Tournament. Regular-season champion WASHINGTON and STANFORD headed to the NIT where the Cardinal put together an impressive run that resulted in the Pac-12’s sixth-ever NIT title. The Huskies advanced to New York City, but fell in the semifinals. The Conference’s 10-3 record in NIT play were the most wins ever by Pac12 teams in the nation’s oldest tournament. WASHINGTON STATE narrowly missed out on becoming the third Pac-12 team in four years to capture a postseason title in the College Basketball Invitational (CBI), advancing to the championship series before falling, two games to one. On the women’s side, two teams competed in the NCAA Tournament and five others competed in the WNIT. STANFORD made its fifth-consecutive NCAA Women’s Final Four appearance after winning its sixth-straight Pac-12 Tournament crown. CALIFORNIA made a return to the postseason after a two-year absence. With COLORADO and WASHINGTON advancing the furthest in the WNIT, Pac-12 teams went 12-4 in the postseason in games against non-Conference opponents. The Conference has dominated the volleyball field, winning a record 14 NCAA titles in the sport since 1982. UCLA captured its first NCAA title since 1991, while USC advanced to the national semifinals for the second-straight year. Seven Pac-12 teams earned postseason bids, the 12th-consecutive year the Conference has sent at least six teams to the NCAA Tournament. ARIZONA won the Conference’s 27th all-time NCAA baseball championship in 2012, becoming only the second team in NCAA history to go 10-0 in postseason play. Five Pac-12 teams received NCAA Tournament bids, with UCLA joining the Wildcats at the NCAA College World Series. In addition, OREGON and STANFORD reached


the Super Regionals, and OREGON STATE also represented the Conference in the postseason event. Without question, the Conference has dominated the softball field, winning 23 national championships in the sport since 1982, most recently capturing six in a row from 2006-11. Eight Pac-12 teams earned NCAA Tournament bids in 2012, including the No. 1-overall seed CALIFORNIA. The eight postseason teams were the most for the Conference since 2007. Cal, ARIZONA STATE and OREGON punched their tickets to the NCAA Women’s College World Series, the ninth time the Conference had sent three teams to the WCWS. The Pac-12 swept two men’s and women’s sports, capturing national championships in swimming & diving, and water polo. CALIFORNIA took home both swimming & diving crowns for the second-straight year. In water polo, USC was the top men’s team for the fourth year in a row, while the STANFORD women repeated as national champions. Pac-12 members have won 306 NCAA team championships on the men’s side, 89 more than the next closest conference. Men’s NCAA crowns have come at a phenomenal rate for the Pac-12 - 16 basketball titles by six schools (more than any other conference), 53 tennis titles, 45 outdoor track & field crowns, and 27 baseball titles. Pac-12 members have won 25 of 43 NCAA titles in volleyball, 38 of 42 in water polo, 27 in skiing, and 23 in swimming & diving national championships. Individually, the Conference has produced an impressive number of NCAA men’s individual champions, as well, boasting 2,073 individual crowns. On the women’s side, the story is much the same. Since the NCAA began conducting women’s championships 31 years ago, Pac-12 members have claimed at least four national titles in a single season on 22 occasions, including the last 12-consecutive years. Overall, the Pac-12 has captured 145 NCAA women’s titles, easily outdistancing the SEC, which is second, with 88. Pac-12 members have dominated a number of sports, winning 23 softball titles, 19 tennis crowns, 14 volleyball titles, 14 of the last 23 trophies in golf, and 13 in swimming & diving. Pac-12 women student-athletes shine nationally on an individual basis, as well, having captured an unmatched 642 NCAA individual crowns, an average of nearly 21 championships per season. PAC-12 CONFERENCE HISTORY The roots of the Pac-12 Conference date back 97 years to December 2, 1915, when the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC) was founded at a meeting at the Oregon Hotel in Portland, Ore. The original membership consisted of four schools - the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Washington, the University of Oregon, and Oregon State College (now Oregon State University). All still are charter members of the Conference.

The Pacific Coast Conference competed as a 10-member league until 1950, with the exception of 1943-45 when World War II curtailed intercollegiate athletic competition to a minimum. During that time, the league’s first commissioner was named. Edwin N. Atherton was Commissioner in 1940 and was succeeded by Victor O. Schmidt in 1944. In 1950, Montana resigned from the Conference and joined the Mountain States Conference. The PCC continued as a nine-team Conference through 1958. In 1959, the PCC was dissolved and the Athletic Association of Western Universities was formed and Thomas J. Hamilton was appointed Commissioner of the new league. The original AAWU membership included California, Stanford, Southern California, UCLA and Washington. Washington State joined the membership in 1962, while Oregon and Oregon State joined in 1964. Under Hamilton’s watch, the name Pacific-8 Conference was adopted in 1968. In 1971, Wiles Hallock took over as Commissioner of the Pac-8. Ten years later, on July 1, 1978, the University of Arizona and Arizona State University were admitted to the league and the Pacific-10 Conference became a reality. In 1986-87, the league took on a new look, expanding to include 10 women’s sports. Since then, the Conference has been considered the premiere league in women’s athletics, securing the most NCAA titles in women’s sports of any conference nearly every year. Thomas C. Hansen was named the Commissioner of the Pac-10 in 1983, a role he would hold for 26 years until 2009. Hansen was succeeded by current Commissioner Larry Scott, who took on the new role in July 2009. During the 2010-11 academic year, Scott helped deliver monumental changes that transformed the Conference into a modern 12-team league. The Conference expanded to add two more teams, agreed to equal revenue sharing for the first time in Conference history, created two divisions - the North and the South, for football only, established a Football Championship Game for the first time ever, secured a landmark media rights deal that dramatically increased national exposure and revenue for each school and established the Pac-12 Network and Pac-12 Digital Network that guaranteed enhanced exposure across all sports. The University of Colorado accepted its invitation to join the Pac-12 on June 11, 2010, and on June 17, 2010, the University of Utah agreed to join the Conference. The Buffaloes and Utes officially became the 11th and 12th members of the Conference July 1, 2011, the first additions to the league since 1978. During the 33 years between expansions, Conference teams claimed 258 NCAA titles, including 130 women’s and 128 men’s. Currently, the Pac-12 sponsors 11 men’s sports and 11 women’s sports. Additionally, the Conference is a member of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) in four other men’s sports and three women’s sports.

Pacific Coast Conference play began in 1916 and, one year later, Washington State College (now Washington State University) was accepted into the league, with Stanford University following in 1918.

The Pac-12 Conference offices are located 25 miles east of San Francisco in Walnut Creek, Calif.

In 1922, the PCC expanded to eight teams with the admission of the University of Southern California (USC) and the University of Idaho. In 1924, the University of Montana joined the league roster, and in 1928, the PCC grew to 10 members with the addition of UCLA.

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National Championships USC has long dominated the world of intercollegiate athletics. In fact, it could be argued that Troy was the “Collegiate Athletic Program of the 20th Century.” USC men and women have combined for 117 national team titles. Trojan men’s teams are tops in the nation in NCAA championships with 81 — more than any other university. Overall, USC’s men have won 94 national championships. USC has won the National Collegiate All-Sports Championship-an annual ranking by USA Today (previously The Knoxville Journal) of the country’s top men’s athletic programs — 6 times (1971-7274-75-77-80) since its inception in 1971. USC’s women are also a force, with 23 national team titles, all since 1976. From 1959-60 to 1984-85, USC put together an amazing streak. In each of those 26 years, at least one Trojan team won a national championship (including five crowns in both 1962-63 and 1976-77).

Men's Team Titles (94) Football (11) 1928 Howard Jones 1931 Howard Jones 1932 Howard Jones 1939 Howard Jones 1962 John McKay 1967 John McKay 1972 John McKay 1974 John McKay 1978 John Robinson 2003 Pete Carroll 2004 Pete Carroll Baseball (12) 1948 Sam Berry Rod Dedeaux 1958 Rod Dedeaux 1961 Rod Dedeaux 1963 Rod Dedeaux 1968 Rod Dedeaux 1970 Rod Dedeaux 1971 Rod Dedeaux 1972 Rod Dedeaux 1973 Rod Dedeaux 1974 Rod Dedeaux 1978 Rod Dedeaux 1998 Mike Gillespie Gymnastics (1) 1962 Jack Beckner Indoor Track and Field (2) 1967 Vern Wolfe 1972 Vern Wolfe Swimming and Diving (9) 1960 Peter Daland 1963 Peter Daland 1964 Peter Daland 1965 Peter Daland 1966 Peter Daland 1974 Peter Daland 1975 Peter Daland 1976 Peter Daland 1977 Peter Daland

Four-time NCAA 100m champion and two-time Olympian Angela Williams

Two-time NCAA champion and four-time Olympic medalist Kaitlin Sandeno

Tennis (20) 1946 William Moyle 1951 Louis Wheeler 1955 George Toley 1958 George Toley 1962 George Toley 1963 George Toley 1964 George Toley 1966 George Toley 1967 George Toley 1968 George Toley 1969 George Toley 1976 George Toley (tie) 1991 Dick Leach 1993 Dick Leach 1994 Dick Leach 2002 Dick Leach 2009 Peter Smith 2010 Peter Smith 2011 Peter Smith 2012 Peter Smith Track and Field (26) 1926 Dean Cromwell 1930 Dean Cromwell 1931 Dean Cromwell 1935 Dean Cromwell 1936 Dean Cromwell 1937 Dean Cromwell 1938 Dean Cromwell

1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1958 1961 1963 1965 1967 1968 1976

Dean Cromwell Dean Cromwell Dean Cromwell Dean Cromwell Dean Cromwell Jess Hill Jess Hill Jess Mortensen Jess Mortensen Jess Mortensen Jess Mortensen Jess Mortensen Jess Mortensen Jess Mortensen Vern Wolfe Vern Wolfe (tie) Vern Wolfe Vern Wolfe Vern Wolfe

Volleyball (6) 1949 Hans Vogel (USVBA) 1950 Hans Vogel (USVBA) 1977 Ernie Hix 1980 Ernie Hix 1988 Bob Yoder 1990 Jim McLaughlin Water Polo (7) 1999 John Williams Jovan Vavic 2003 Jovan Vavic 2005 Jovan Vavic 2008 Jovan Vavic 2009 Jovan Vavic 2010 Jovan Vavic 2011 Jovan Vavic Women's Team Titles (23) Basketball (2) 1983 Linda Sharp 1984 Linda Sharp Golf (2) 2003 Andrea Gaston 2008 Andrea Gaston Swimming and Diving (1) 1997 Mark Schubert Tennis (7) 1977 Dave Borelli (AIAW) 1977 Dave Borelli (USTA) 1978 Dave Borelli (USTA) 1979 Dave Borelli (AIAW) 1980 Dave Borelli (AIAW) 1983 Dave Borelli 1985 Dave Borelli Track and Field (1) 2001 Ron Allice Soccer (1) 2007 Ali Khoshroshahin Volleyball (6) 1976 Chuck Erbe (AIAW) 1977 Chuck Erbe (AIAW) 1980 Chuck Erbe (AIAW) 1981 Chuck Erbe 2002 Mick Haley 2003 Mick Haley Water Polo (3) 1999 Jovan Vavic (NCWWP) 2004 Jovan Vavic 2010 Jovan Vavic


The USC Athletic Experience USC has a proud athletic heritage — and with good reason. Arguably, Troy could be regarded as one of the best collegiate athletic programs in the nation: · Trojan teams have won more national championships, 94 men’s (including a national-best 81 men's NCAA titles) and 23 women’s, than all but two other universities · The Trojans won at least one national team title in 26 consecutive years (1959-60 to 1984-85) · USC has won the National College All-Sports Championship — an annual ranking by USA Today (previously the Knoxville Journal) of the country’s top men’s athletic programs — six times since its inception in 1971 · USC has won the annual Gauntlet Trophy, a year-long all-sports competition between Troy and crosstown rival UCLA, eight times (2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012) · Trojan men athletes have won more individual NCAA titles (304) than those from any other school in the nation (the Women of Troy have brought home another 64 individual NCAA crowns) · Troy has also established a stellar reputation and a long tradition of nurturing Olympic athletes. Since 1904, 418 Trojan athletes have competed in the Games, taking home 135 gold medals (with at least one gold in every summer Olympics since 1912), 87 silver and 65 bronze.

1998 NCAA baseball champions

· Four Trojans have won the prestigious Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in America: diver Sammy Lee (1953), shot putter Parry O’Brien (1959), swimmer John Naber (1977) and Janet Evans (1989) · Two Women of Troy athletes have won the Honda-Broderick Cup as the top collegiate woman athlete of the year: Cheryl Miller (1983-84) and Angela Williams (2001-02) · USC has won six Heisman Trophy winners with the most recent winners being Carson Palmer (2002) and Matt Leinart (2004). · Along with the great accomplishments on the playing fields, USC student-athletes have received 50 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, in the top 10 among all schools. In addition, USC has had 29 first team Academic All-Americans and four athletes who were Rhodes Scholars

2003 NCAA men's water polo champions

2003 NCAA women's volleyball champions (above) 2001 NCAA women's track and field champions (below)

Four-time Olympic Gold medalist Lenny Krayzelburg

2003 Heisman Trophy winner Carson Palmer


The Galen Center In October of 2006, the brand new, 10,258-seat, on-campus events center, Galen Center, opened and houses the men's and women's volleyball and men's and women's basketball programs. The Galen Center features a weight room and training room with locker rooms for all four teams. The Galen Center allows all four teams to be able to practice at the same time with three full volleyball courts available for the USC women's volleyball program.


The Galen Center is named after Helene and Lou Galen, who contributed $50 million to the project. Lou was a CEO for World Savings before he retired and was a USC football season ticket holder since 1947. In November 2007, Lou passed away at the age of 82. The USC women's volleyball program is forever indebited to the generosity of Lou and Helene Galen for providing the Women of Troy with one of the top volleyball facilities in the nation.


The Galen Center


Athletic Facilities Heritage Hall, which sits in the middle of the USC campus, houses the University’s athletic department and celebrates the glorious Trojan athletic heritage. Originally 48,000 square feet and built at a cost of $2.8 million, the three-level brick and concrete colonnaded building opened in 1971 and since then it has been expanded three times. Between the north and south wings on the building’s ground level are some of USC’s numerous athletic trophies, including various NCAA team championships, six Heisman Trophies and the jerseys of Troy’s winners, and updated displays honoring recent successful Trojan athletes. Plaques commemorating the members of USC’s Athletic Hall of Fame are located in the patio. The Honors Rail, which encircles the open-air foyer above the first floor lobby, has bronze medallions saluting every Trojan who won an Olympic gold medal, captured an NCAA individual championship, or was named a first team All-American in an NCAA sport in which there are no individual champions. The underground lower level of Heritage Hall houses various locker rooms, plus the equipment room, medical training room, the Jess Hill Weight Room, and the McAlister Academic Resource Center. The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is the home of the USC football program, a historic facility that first opened in 1923 and has been the host for two Olympics (1932 and 1984). The Coliseum is located just south of the USC campus. USC’s swimming and water polo coaches are located in the nearby Kennedy Aquatics Building, while the baseball staff has offices at Dedeaux Field which underwent a $4-million renovation in 2002 to add 700 additional seats, chairback seats, a player’s lounge, remodeled coaches offices and hall of fame. Outside the northwest corner of Heritage Hall, the $3-million Galen Center — a popular sports-themed dining and activity center — opened in early 1999. USC's other on-campus athletic facilities include Howard Jones (football practice field), the McDonald's Swim Stadium, Marks Tennis Stadium, Cromwell Field and Katherine B. Loker Stadium (men's and women's track) and McAlister Field (women's soccer). In October of 2006, the brand new, 10,258-seat, on-campus events center, Galen Center, opened and houses the men's and women's volleyball and men's and women's basketball programs. The Galen Center features a weight room and training room with locker rooms for all four teams. The Galen Center allows all four teams to be able to practice at the same time with three full volleyball courts available for the USC women's volleyball program.


McDonald's Swim Stadium

Katherine B. Loker Stadium

Dedeaux FIeld

McAlister Field

David X. Marks Stadium

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum


Athletic Facilities


In January of 2011, the USC athletic department broke ground on the new John McKay Center, a $70 million, 110,000-square foot facility on the west side of Heritage Hall that houses meeting rooms, coaches offices and a locker room for the football program, as well as an academic center, weight room, athletic training room, and state-of-theart digital media production facility for all of USC's 21 sports. Construction took 18 months and the building was officially opened on August 21, 2012.


Los Angeles The University of Southern California is nestled in the city of Los Angeles, the second-largest city in the United States with nearly four million residents. In fact the combined population for Los Angeles County and Orange County (located east) is close to 13 million people. Nicknamed "The City of Angels", the Los Angeles metropolitan area is the third-highest economic center in the world behind New York and Tokyo. Los Angeles is one of the most diverse cities in terms of demographics in the United States and benefits from one of the mildest climates. The average temperature is 66 degrees during the year with an average high of 75 degrees as the city receives on average just 35 days of precipitation. Not only do residents in Los Angeles enjoy year-round sunshine, but they can drive from the beach to the mountains or to the desert within a two-hour drive. With the many activities and attractions available in the area, Los Angeles has not only been a destination for many tourists, but one of the best cities in the world to call home.


Los Angeles


STAPLES Center in downtown Los Angeles is home to the Los Angeles Lakers, the Los Angeles Kings and the Los Angeles Clippers. Located just five minutes from the USC campus, STAPLES Center is part of the $2.5 billion entertainment complex known as L.A. Live (photo courtesy AEG)


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coaching staff

Table of Contents / Quick Facts....................................2-3

Mick Haley, Head Coach................................................... 34

2012 Schedule........................................................................4

Tim Nollan, Associate Head Coach............................... 37

USCTrojans.com/2012 NCAA Tournament...................5

Cookie Stevens, Assistant Coach.................................. 38

Media Notes/Opponent SID Information.....................6

John Xie, Volunteer Assistant Coach........................... 39

2012 Roster..............................................................................7

Support Staff..................................................................40-41

2012 Radio/TV Roster..........................................................8

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Overall / Pac-12 Statistics................................................ 42

Hayley Crone ...................................................................... 10

Match Results....................................................................... 43

Katie Fuller............................................................................ 12

USC Match-By-Match........................................................ 44

Natalie Hagglund............................................................... 14

Honors / Awards................................................................. 45

Alexis Olgard........................................................................ 16

Individual / Team Match Highs...................................... 45

Hannah Schraer.................................................................. 18

Pac-12 Standings / Honors.............................................. 46

Sara Shaw.............................................................................. 20

Pac-12 Statistical Leaders..........................................47-48

Natasa Siljkovic................................................................... 22 Erin Yoder.............................................................................. 24

Credits

Emily Young.......................................................................... 26

The 2012 USC Women’s Volleyball Media Guide was

Samantha Bricio.................................................................. 28

written, edited, and designed by Jason Pommier, former

Alicia Ogoms........................................................................ 29

USC Assistant Sports Information Director. Editorial and

Cinnamon Sary.................................................................... 30

post-production assistance was provided by Jeremy Wu.

Kiara Wright.......................................................................... 31

Additional writing and editorial assistance provided by Vicky Hammond. Special thanks to Dan Avila, Jim Burgess, Shelly Castellano/Tony Donaldson (scpix.com), Don Liebig, Jeff Golden, Sam Haythorn, Kirby Lee, Scott Bjornlie (AVCA), Holly Stein (AVP), Pete Stevens, Denny Medley, Elsestar Images, FIVB, Staples Center and AEG, and Getty Images. Galen Center 3400 So. Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90089-2360 Galen Center:...................................................... (213) 740-0626 USC Galen Center Ticket Office:................... (213) 821-4253

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history and records Hall of Fame Inductees...............................................50-51 All-Americans.................................................................52-60 All-Time Great Night....................................................62-63 Honors / Awards...........................................................64-68 All-Time Career Records................................................... 69 All-Time Season Records.................................................. 70 Individual Match Records..........................................71-72 Team Match Records......................................................... 73 Team Set Records............................................................... 74 Year-by-Year Stat Leaders..........................................75-77 All-Time Letterwinners...............................................78-79 Letterwinners by the Numbers...............................80-81 USC National Championships..................................82-87 Program Yearly Results...............................................89-98 Postseason Results.....................................................99-101 Postseason Results by Opponents.................... 102-103 Series Records....................................................................104 Series Records by Opponents............................. 105-110

Quick Facts University Information Location ................................................. Los Angeles, California Founded .................................................................................... 1880 Enrollment ............................................................................ 38,000 Campus Size ................................................................... 150 Acres President ......................................................... Dr. C.L. Max Nikias Athletic Director .......................................................... Pat Haden Senior Woman Administrator .............. Dr. Donna C. Heinel National Affiliation ........................................... NCAA Division I Conference ........................................................................... Pac-12 Nickname ........................................... Trojans / Women of Troy Fight Song ......................................................................... Fight On Colors ............................................................... Cardinal and Gold Mascot .................................................................................. Traveler Home Court (Capacity) ....................... Galen Center (10,258)

Volleyball Staff Head Coach ................. Mick Haley (12th year, 36th overall) Alma Mater ............................................................... Ball State ‘65 Haley’s Record at USC ........................ 284-64 (.816), 11 years Haley’s Career Record .............. 1,057-252-1 (.808), 35 years Haley's NCAA Record ...................... 806-201 (.800), 27 years Haley's Pac-12 Record .......................................... 158-44 (.782) Haley's Career Conference Record .................. 316-54 (.854) Associate Head Coach .......................... Tim Nollan (6th year) Assistant Coach .............................. Cookie Stevens (8th year) Volunteer Assistant Coach ...................... John Xie (8th year) Director of Operations ...................................... Katie Olsovsky Volleyball Office Phone ................................... (213) 740-4151 Athletic Trainer .................................................. Abigail Wonnell Training Room Phone ...................................... (213) 740-0891

2012 Team Information Letterwinners Returning / Lost .......................................... 9 / 7 Starters Returning / Lost ................................... 3 (+ libero) / 3 Newcomers ...................................................................................... 4 Class Breakdown (Sr. / Jr. / So. / Fr.) ...................... 3 / 3 / 3 / 4 Position Breakdown (OH / MB / S / DS-L) ........... 5 / 4 / 2 / 2

Volleyball History First Season of Women’s Volleyball * ............................... 1976 First Volleyball Head Coach ............... Chuck Erbe (1976-77) All-Time Record ................................................ 881-301-4 (.745) All-Time Conference Record ............................ 416-167 (.714) All-Time Postseason Record .............................. 111-32 (.776) All-Time NCAA Postseason Record .................... 67-25 (.728) National Championships .... 6 (1976, ‘77, ‘80, ‘81, 2002, ‘03) Conference Championships ......................................................... 7 (1976, ‘77, ‘80, 2000, ‘02, ’03, ‘11) NCAA Appearances ................................................................... 28 AIAW Appearances ....................................................................... 4 All-America Selections .............................................................. 64 All-Conference Selections ....................................................... 82 * First season volleyball scholarships were awarded at USC

2011 Season Recap

6-time national champions

Overall Record .......................................................................... 29-5 Pac-12 Conference Record ............................. 20-2 (1st Place) Home Record ............................................................................ 12-1 Away Record ............................................................................. 13-2 Neutral Site Record ................................................................... 4-2 Final AVCA Ranking .............................................................. No. 3 Postseason Finish ......................... NCAA National Semifinals Last Opponent ..................... Illinois (L 3-2, NCAA Semifinal)

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2012 USC Schedule Date Day Opponent TEXAS A&M INVITATIONAL | REED ARENA | COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Aug 24 Friday vs. North Dakota at Texas A&M Aug 25 Saturday vs. Texas State

Location

Aug 28

Galen Center

7 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks)

LUXE CITY CENTER TROJAN INVITATIONAL | GALEN CENTER | LOS ANGELES, CALIF. Aug 31 Friday Northern Iowa vs. Boston College Boston College vs. Mississippi State Northern Iowa Sept 1 Saturday Boston College Mississippi State vs. Northern Iowa Mississippi State

Galen Center Galen Center Galen Center Galen Center Galen Center Galen Center

11 a.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. 10 a.m. Noon 8 p.m.

USC CLASSIC TOURNAMENT | GALEN CENTER | LOS ANGELES, CALIF. Sept 7 Friday Cal Poly vs. Notre Dame San Diego Sept 8 Saturday Cal Poly San Diego vs. Notre Dame San Diego vs. Cal Poly Notre Dame

Galen Center Galen Center Galen Center Galen Center Galen Center Galen Center

4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 10 a.m. Noon 5 p.m. 7 p.m.

Tuesday

Jiangsu Chinese Team (Exh.)

College Station, Texas College Station, Texas College Station, Texas

TCU MOLTEN INVITATIONAL | UNIVERSITY RECREATION CENTER | FORT WORTH, TEXAS Sept 14 Friday at TCU Fort Worth, Texas Sept 15 Saturday vs. Lehigh Fort Worth, Texas vs. Prairie View A&M Fort Worth, Texas UCLA * Oregon * at Washington * at Washington State * Arizona * Arizona State * at Stanford * at California * Utah * Colorado * Washington * Washington State * at Arizona State * at Arizona * at Utah * at Colorado * Stanford * California * at Oregon State * at UCLA *

Galen Center Galen Center Seattle, Wash. Pullman, Wash. Galen Center Galen Center Stanford, Calif. Berkeley, Calif. Galen Center Galen Center Galen Center Galen Center Tempe, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Salt Lake City, Utah Boulder, Colo. Galen Center Galen Center Corvallis, Ore. Los Angeles, Calif.

Nov 28-Dec 2 Wed-Sun Dec 6-8 Thu-Sat Dec 13-15 Thu-Sat

NCAA First and Second Rounds NCAA Regional Championships NCAA Championships

TBD TBD Louisville, Ky.

* Pacific-12 Conference match BOLD indicates home matches.

All times are local to match site.

Sept 19 Sept 21 Sept 28 Sept 30 Oct 5 Oct 7 Oct 10 Oct 12 Oct 19 Oct 21 Oct 26 Oct 27 Nov 2 Nov 4 Nov 9 Nov 10 Nov 15 Nov 16 Nov 20 Nov 23

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Time (Television) 10 a.m. CT 7:30 p.m. CT 10:30 a.m. CT

7 p.m. CT 11 a.m. CT 4:30 p.m. CT 7 p.m. (ESPNU) 6 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) 6 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) 11:30 a.m. (Pac-12 Networks) 7 p.m. 4 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) 7 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) 8 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) 6 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) 11 a.m. (Pac-12 Networks) 6 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) 7 p.m. 6 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) Noon MT (Pac-12 Networks) 7 p.m. MT 7 p.m. MT 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) 6 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks) TBD TBD (ESPN) TBD (ESPN)


USCTrojans.com/2012 NCAA Tournament

www.usctrojans.com The official website of the University of Southern California Athletic Department For the most up-to-date coverage of USC women’s volleyball on the Internet, go to www.usctrojans.com, the official website of the University of Southern California Athletic Department. Fans can follow all Women of Troy home volleyball matches, and selected road matches, live on the web with live stats and web broadcasts. Go to the Multimedia page to find the audio link for each broadcast. In addition to the live broadcasts, updated results, statistics and match recaps, you can find photos, player biographies, an up-to-date schedule, roster and weekly releases on women's volleyball. The website provides similar information for all 21 of its varsity sports. In addition to the USC site, other websites also provide information about Division I women’s volleyball: www.pac-12.org www.ncaasports.com

www.avca.org www.volleyballmag.com

www.volleycentral.com www.vball.com

2012 NCAA Championship Dates and Sites First/Second Rounds (16) November 28-December 2, 2012 (Campus sites TBD) Regionals (4) December 6-8, 2012 Haas Pavilion Berkeley, California Hosted by the University of California Qwest Center Omaha, Nebraska Hosted by the University of Nebraska Mackey Arena West Lafayette, Ind. Hosted by the Purdue University Gregory Gymnasium Austin, Texas Hosted by the University of Texas Finals December 13 and 15, 2012 KFC Yum! Center • Louisville, Ky. Hosted by the University of Kentucky

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Media Notes Credentials

Telephones

Broadcasting Arrangements

Press, radio, television and photographers' credentials can be obtained by contacting the Sports Information Office. All requests should be submitted at least 24 hours in advance. Credentials will be left at the Galen Center ticket office in the northwest corner on Figueroa and Jefferson Ave. unless other arrangements are made.

One courtesy phone line will be available for all visiting radio crews. Any additional requests should be coordinated through the USC Sports Information Office.

Requests for broadcasting privileges and contracts should be addressed to USC Sports Information, Heritage Hall 103, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0601. Spotters and/or statisticians are available upon request.

Facilities / Parking Media can use Parking Structure 2 (PS2) just south of the Galen Center and enter off Flower St. Please present parking attendant with media identification to park for free. Non-media guests will be charged $10 to park on campus or in the parking structures.

Galen Center Directions From the 110 Harbor North/South: (North) Take Exposition and go through the 36th Street light, keep left and go under freeway bridge. Cross Flower Street and at the light turn right onto Figueroa. Turn right on Jefferson and right on Flower to enter Parking Structure 2 (PS2). You can also turn left on Flower after going under the 110 and go to Parking Structure 1 (PS1). (South) Take Adams to Figueroa and turn left on Jefferson. Turn right on Flower and enter either parking structure. From the 10 East/West: Exit Vermont or Hoover and go south (right/left). Turn left on Jefferson Blvd. and right on Flower St. to enter Parking Structures 1 and 2 (PS2 is closer to Galen Center and located next to the Radisson Hotel).

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Wireless Access Full wireless access is available at the Galen Center for members of the media. A media section is available in the southwest corner for all media.

Trojans On The Web Current women's volleyball information, as well as news, features and updated statistics can be found on the web at: www.usctrojans.com

Interview Policy To arrange an interview with coaches or athletes, please contact the Sports Information Office at least one day in advance. Check with the USC Sports Information Office regarding the team practice schedule. Players can be made available after practice sessions at Galen Center. he head coach is generally available by phone. If you would like to reach a member of the team on the road, please contact the Sports Information Ofďťżfice at least two days in advance.

Get all the latest updates on Pac-12 conference schools and teams at www.pac-12.org.

Postgame Interviews

TrojanTV All-Access will feature a multi-camera webcast at the Galen Center, along with post-match coverage. In-depth weekly features on the women's volleyball program will also be a part of TrojanTV All-Access coverage.

After the 10-minute "cooling-off" period, visiting players and coaches will be available outside their locker room located in the east tunnel. USC head coach Mick Haley and players will be available in the Galen Center classroom. USC SID Jeremy will escort any interested media to the press conference area.

Internet Broadcasts You can listen and watch all home USC matches by logging on to...

www.usctrojans.com


2012 Roster Roster Breakdown Returning Letterwinners (9) Hayley Crone, Katie Fuller, Natalie Hagglund, Alexis Olgard, Hannah Schraer, Sara Shaw, Nataša Šiljkovĭc, Erin Yoder, Emily Young Lost Letterwinners (7) Kendall Bateman, Kirby Burnham, Eve Ettinger, Sam Hirschmann, Alex Jupiter, Bria Russ, Lauren Williams Newcomers (4) Samantha Bricio (Fr.), Alicia Ogoms (Fr.), Cinnamon Sary (Fr.), Kiara Wright (Fr.)

Numerical No 1 3 4 6 8 9 10 12 14 15 20 22 23

Name Alexis Olgard Natalie Hagglund Hayley Crone Nataša Šiljkovĭc Alicia Ogoms Samantha Bricio Sara Shaw Cinnamon Sary Hannah Schraer Erin Yoder Emily Young Katie Fuller Kiara Wright

Pos MB L S MB MB OH OH S MB DS OPP OPP OH

Seniors (3) Katie Fuller, Nataša Šiljkovĭc, Erin Yoder Juniors (3) Natalie Hagglund, Alexis Olgard, Sara Shaw Sophomores (3) Hayley Crone, Hannah Schraer, Emily Young Freshmen (4) Samantha Bricio, Alicia Ogoms, Cinnamon Sary, Kiara Wright Setters (2) Hayley Crone, Cinnamon Sary Outside/Opposite Hitters (5) Samantha Bricio, Katie Fuller, Sara Shaw Kiara Wright, Emily Young Middle Blockers (4) Alicia Ogoms, Alexis Olgard, Hannah Schraer, Nataša Šiljkovĭc Libero/Defensive Specialists (2) Natalie Hagglund, Erin Yoder

Ht Yr-Exp 6-5 Jr.-2V 5-9 Jr.-2V 5-9 So.-1V 6-3 Sr.-2V 6-4 Fr.-HS 6-2 Fr.-HS 6-2 Jr.-2V 5-11 Fr.-HS 6-3 So.-1V 5-8 Sr.-3V 6-2 So.-1V 6-2 Sr.-3V 6-1 Fr.-HS

Hometown Spokane, Wash. Encinitas, Calif. Temecula, Calif. Uzice, Serbia Winnipeg, Manitoba Guadalajara, Mexico Austin, Texas Newport Beach, Calif. Arcadia, Calif. San Clemente, Calif. Schaumburg, Ill. Olivehain, Calif. Houston, Texas

Previous School Mead HS La Costa Canyon HS Great Oak HS School of Economy St. Mary’s Univ. Del Valle De Atemajac Westlake HS Newport Harbor HS Mayfield HS San Clemente HS Schaumburg HS La Costa Canyon HS Clear Lake HS

Alphabetical No 9 4 22 3 8 1 12 14 10 6 23 15 20

Name Samantha Bricio Hayley Crone Katie Fuller Natalie Hagglund Alicia Ogoms Alexis Olgard Cinnamon Sary Hannah Schraer Sara Shaw Nataša Šiljkovĭc Kiara Wright Erin Yoder Emily Young

Pos OH S OPP L MB MB S MB OH MB OH DS OPP

Head Coach Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach Volunteer Assistant Coach Graduate Manager Student Manager Technical Coordinator Strength & Conditioning Coach Athletic Trainer Director of Operations

Ht Yr-Exp 6-2 Fr.-HS 5-9 So.-1V 6-2 Sr.-3V 5-9 Jr.-2V 6-4 Fr.-HS 6-5 Jr.-2V 5-11 Fr.-HS 6-3 So.-1V 6-2 Jr.-2V 6-3 Sr.-2V 6-1 Fr.-HS 5-8 Sr.-3V 6-2 So.-1V

Hometown Guadalajara, Mexico Temecula, Calif. Olivehain, Calif. Encinitas, Calif. Winnipeg, Manitoba Spokane, Wash. Newport Beach, Calif. Arcadia, Calif. Austin, Texas Uzice, Serbia Houston, Texas San Clemente, Calif. Schaumburg, Ill.

Previous School Univ. Del Valle De Atemajac Great Oak HS La Costa Canyon HS La Costa Canyon HS St. Mary’s Mead HS Newport Harbor HS Mayfield HS Westlake HS School of Economy Clear Lake HS San Clemente HS Schaumburg HS

Mick Haley (12th year), Ball State ‘65 Tim Nollan (sixth year), USC ‘00 Cookie Stevens (eighth year), Florida International ‘81 John Xie (eighth year) Kendall Bateman Umberto Gatti Jason Kennedy Brent Metz Abigail Wonnell Katie Olsovsky

Pronunciation Guide Samantha Bricio....................................................... BREET-see-oh Alicia Ogoms......................................................................OH-gums Alexis Olgard......................................................................OHL-gard Cinnamon Sary.......................................................................SAR-ee Nataša Šiljkovĭc...................... nuh-TAW-shah SHILL-koh-vitch Hannah Schraer................................................................ sch-RARE John Xie....................................................................................... SHAY Kiara Wright....................................................................kee-ARR-ah

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2012 TV/Radio Speed Chart

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Alexis OLGARD MB • 6-5 • Jr. Spokane, Wash.

9

Samantha BRICIO

3

Natalie HAGGLUND

4

Hayley CRONE

L • 5-9 • Jr. Encinitas, Calif.

10

Sara SHAW

OH • 6-2 • Fr. Guadalajara, Mexico

OH • 6-2 • Jr. Austin, Texas

20

Emily YOUNG

S • 5-9 • So. Temecula, Calif.

12

Cinnamon SARY

S • 5-11 • Fr. Newport Beach, Calif.

22

OPP • 6-2 • So. Schaumburg, Ill.

Mick HALEY Head Coach 12th Season

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Tim NOLLAN

Associate Head Coach Sixth Season

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Katie FULLER

Natasa SILJKOVIC MB • 6-3 • Sr. Uzice, Serbia

14

Hannah SCHRAER MB • 6-3 • So. Arcadia, Calif.

8

Alicia OGOMS

MB • 6-4 • Fr. Winnipeg, Manitoba

15

Erin YODER

DS • 5-8 • Sr. San Clemente, Calif.

23

OPP • 6-2 • Sr. Olivenhain, Calif.

Cookie STEVENS Assistant Coach Eighth Season

6

John XIE

Kiara WRIGHT OH • 6-1 • Fr. Houston, Texas

Volunteer Assistant Coach Eighth Season

Katie OLSOVSKY Director of Operations Second Season

Jason KENNEDY Technical Director Second Season


4 - Hayley Crone Setter • 5-9 • Sophomore • Temecula, Calif. • Great Oak HS

2011

Crone has played in 15 matches this season as a freshman with 37 assists (1.76 aps), 1 ace (0.05 saps) and 10 digs (0.48 dps)...had seven assists against Colorado on Oct. 21...registered a season-high 10 assists on Oct. 15 against Oregon State...has recorded two digs in a match three times this season...made her collegiate debut on Sept. 2 against UCF.

High School/Club

She was a four-year letter winner and two-year team captain at Great Oak High in Temecula, Calif...named by The Californian as the 2010 All-Valley Girls Volleyball Player of the Year after posting 719 assists, 133 digs, 118 kills and 62 service aces...rated as the No. 49 Senior Ace by Prep Volleyball...named Southwestern League and team most valuable player as a senior...named to the all-tournament team for the University High Tournament and San Diego SoCal Invitational...played club volleyball for the Coast Volleyball Club...in the summer of 2011, she played for the U.S. A2 National Team in Europe.

Personal

Hayley Taylor Crone was born on August 4, 1993, in Newport Beach, Calif...parents are Dave and Heather...has one sister, Hillary...favorite athlete is Derek Jeter...favorite movies are Blue Crush and The Hangover...favorite television shows are Project Runway, The Bachelor and The Bachelorette...majoring in communications.

Career Statistics

Year MP-SP K KPS TA PCT A APS SA SAPS DIGS DPS BS BA TB BPS PTS PPS 2011 15-21 0 0.00 0 .000 37 1.76 1 0.05 10 0.48 0 0 0 0.00 1.0 0.05

Kills - none Attacks - none Assists - 10 vs. Oregon State (10/15/11) Aces - 1 vs. Florida Gulf Coast (9/2/11)

Career Highs

Digs - 2 three times (last: vs. Colorado, 10/22/11) Solo Blocks - none Block Assists - none Total Blocks - none Points - 1.0 vs. Florida Gulf Coast (9/2/11)


22 - Katie Fuller Outside Hitter • 6-2 • Senior • Olivenhain, California • La Costa Canyon HS

2011

Fuller recorded 328 kills (2.83 kps) in her junior season with a .257 hitting percentage, 21 service aces (0.18 saps), 197 digs (1.70 dps), 54 blocks (0.47 bps) and 375.5 points (3.23 pps)...earned 2011 AVCA All-Pacific Region honorable mention and Pac-12 Conference honorable mention recognition...notched 11 kills and nine digs on Dec. 15 in the NCAA national semifinal against No. 7 Illinois in San Antonio...tied her career high with 17 kills against No. 18 Pepperdine in the NCAA Honolulu Regional final on December 10...led all starters with a .294 hitting percentage on 12 kills in the regional semifinal on December 9 against No. 3 Hawai'i...on December 3, she had 10 kills while hitting .400 (10-0-25) with six digs and one block in an NCAA second-round match against Tulsa...in the first round against Yale, she had seven kills while hitting .500 (70-14) and tied her career best with four service aces... posted a season-high 16 kills and led the starters with a .314 hitting percentage in a four-set win on November 25 at No. 4 UCLA, adding eight digs and four blocks... had 11 kills and 10 digs in four sets on Oct. 14 against No. 16 Oregon and then hit .692 (9-0-13) on nine kills against Oregon State on Oct. 15...had 11 kills and four blocks in a four-set win on October 8 at Arizona State...tied a career high with 13 digs as part of her first double-double of the season, adding 12 kills, in a 3-0 win on Oct. 2 at Utah...in a 3-0 sweep of No. 2 Stanford on Sept. 24, she had 14 kills and nine digs... had a season-high 15 kills, adding six digs and two blocks in a 3-0 sweep on Sept. 16 at No. 4 Washington, followed by a 12-kill performance at Washington State, where she hit .579 (12-1-19) with five digs and three blocks...had eight kills while hitting .412 (8-1-17) on Sept. 4 in a 3-0 win over Clemson in Orlando, Florida.

2010

Fuller played in every match as a sophomore, recording 220 kills (1.86 kps) for a .232 hitting percentage with 10 assists (0.08 aps), 21 service aces (0.18 saps), 136 digs (1.15 dps), 61 blocks (0.52 bps) and 272.0 point (2.31 pps)...posted seven kills and three digs while hitting .400 (7-1-15) in the NCAA national semifinal on Dec. 16 against No. 4 California in Kansas City...had seven kills with one ace, two digs and two blocks on Dec. 10 in the NCAA Dayton Regional semifinal match against Indiana...had five kills and six blocks (one off her personal best) on Dec. 4 in the NCAA second-round win against No. 18 San Diego...had seven kills and a career-high seven blocks on Nov. 26 in a five-set win at No. 9 UCLA...

posted seven kills with no errors in a .467 performance against No. 20 Arizona on Nov. 12, adding four blocks in the 3-0 sweep...tied for the team high with nine kills in a 3-0 loss to No. 3 Stanford on Nov. 7 and hit .350 (9-2-20) with eight digs...hit .368 (8-1-19) against Washington State in a three-set sweep on Oct. 29... on Oct. 22 against No. 16 Oregon, she posted 10 kills and hit .529 (10-1-17) in the match...had a team-high 11 kills in a 3-0 sweep on Sept. 10 against Virginia, including 10 in the first set alone...hit .500 on the evening (11-2-18) with an ace and five digs...on Sept. 5 in a five-set win at No. 4 Hawai'i, she posted career highs with 17 kills, six digs, six blocks and 20.5 points while hitting .382...had eight kills and hit .312 in a 3-0 sweep on Sept. 4 against Michigan State.

2009

She made two starts in 16 matches during her freshman season...recorded 25 kills (0.86 kps) with two service aces (0.07 saps), 15 digs (0.52 dps), five block assists (0.17 bps) and 29.5 points (1.02 pps)... had five kills and a season-high seven digs on Sept. 19 in a 3-0 sweep of Fresno State...recorded a seasonhigh 10 kills for a .471 clip (10-2-17) with two digs and one block assist...had three kills in a 3-0 sweep of Northern Arizona on Sept. 5 at the Galen Center... made her collegiate debut on Aug. 29 at Michigan State, recording one kill and one dig.

High School/Club

She was a 2009 Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 selection...she was a three-year letterwinner at La Costa Canyon High in Carlsbad, Calif., under coach Pat McDougall...earned Under Armour All-American High School Volleyball Team first team honors in her senior season and played in the inaugural 2008 Under Armour All-America High School Volleyball Match and Skills Competition at the Qwest Center in Omaha, Neb...rated as the No. 9 prospect in the nation by Prep Volleyball.com...also named Mizuno and MaxPreps All-American...member of La Costa Canyon squad that was named national champions by Prep Volleyball and MaxPreps in her senior season...team captain for the CIF Division I state title team as a senior, along with being named to the all-state tournament team... earned San Diego Union Tribune, Avocado League and CIF Division I first team honors as a senior...as a junior, she was named as one of the top 50 prospects in the nation by Prep Volleyball...earned NC Times all-county and San Diego Union Tribune first team honors as a junior...as a junior, she earned San Diego

Career Statistics

Year MP-SP K KPS TA PCT A APS SA SAPS DIGS DPS BS BA TB BPS PTS PPS 2009 16-29 25 0.86 70 .214 0 0.00 2 0.07 15 0.52 0 5 5 0.17 29.5 1.00 2010 34-118 220 1.86 617 .232 10 0.08 21 0.18 136 1.15 1 60 61 0.52 272.0 2.31 2011 34-116 328 2.83 833 .257 21 0.18 19 0.16 197 1.70 3 51 54 0.47 375.5 3.23 Totals 84-283 573 2.18 1,520 .245 31 0.12 42 0.16 348 1.32 4 116 120 0.46 677.0 2.57

Career Highs

Kills - 17 vs. Pepperdine (12/10/11), at Hawai'i (9/5/10) Attacks - 51 vs. Pepperdine (12/10/11) Assists - 3 two times (last: vs. Oregon, 10/14/11) Aces - 4 two times (last: vs. Yale, 12/2/11)

Digs - 13 two times (last: at Utah, 10/2/11) Solo Blocks - 1 four times (last: at Washington, 9/16/11) Block Assists - 7 at UCLA (11/26/10) Total Blocks - 7 at UCLA (11/26/10) Points - 20.5 at Hawai'i (9/5/10)


Union Tribune all-academic honors...named La Costa Canyon's most valuable player as a junior as the team won the CIF San Diego Section championship...earned CIF Division I all-section second team honors as a sophomore as her team won the CIF San Diego Section championship...she started her club experience with one year for Solana Beach VBC (Solana Beach 12's) before spending six years with WAVE...named to the 17 and Under All-Tournament Team at the 2008 USA Junior Girls Volleyball Championships...team finished third at the Junior Olympics...named to the 2007 U.S. Junior Olympic 16 Open Division all-tournament team.

Personal

Katelyn Amy Fuller was born on July 14, 1991...parents are Bryan and Krista...both parents are USC graduates... has one brother, Travis, and one sister, Karlee...favorite movies are Titanic and Remember The Titans...favorite television show is Modern Family...enjoys listening to Tristan Prettyman...lists Steve Nash as her biggest sports hero...majoring in communications.


3 - Natalie Hagglund Libero • 5-9 • Junior • Encinitas, Calif. • La Costa Canyon HS

2011

She registered 596 digs (5.14 dps) as a sophomore... her 596 digs placed her third on USC's single-season list while her 5.14 digs per set were the fourth-highest in school history...named AVCA All-America first team becoming the first libero in USC history to earn first team recognition...also named All-America first team by Volleyball Magazine and was named 2011 Pac-12 Conference Libero of the Year...also earned AVCA All-Pacific Region honors...finished the season with 31 digs, three assists and two aces on Dec. 15 in the NCAA national semifinal against No. 7 Illinois in San Antonio... missed her career best by one on December 10 in the NCAA Honolulu Regional final against No. 18 Pepperdine with 32 digs...posted 25 digs against No. 3 Hawai'i and was perfect in both regional matches on her serve receive (43-for-43)...on November 19, she moved into a tie for 10th place on USC's single-season list for digs...registered 30 digs (5.00 dps) in the first two rounds of the 2011 NCAA Women's Volleyball Tournament against Yale and Tulsa...on November 11 at Oregon State, she had 17 digs for a 5.67 digs per set average...had 22 digs (7.33 dps) in a sweep on November 4 against Washington State... had 25 digs and four assists on Oct. 14 in a four-set win over No. 16 Oregon...set a personal best with 33 digs on October 8 in a four-set win at Arizona State...had 41 digs in two 3-0 sweeps (Sept. 16-17) at No. 4 Washington and Washington State...tied the school record for most digs in a three-set match with 30 against the fourth-ranked Huskies, tying the mark held by Debora Seilhamer (vs. Pepperdine, December 3, 2005). She recorded 17 digs in a 3-0 loss on Sept. 2 against UCF in Fort Myers, Florida.

Junior National Team

During the summer of 2011, Hagglund was the starting libero for the United States Junior National Team that competed at the FIVB Volleyball Women's Junior World Championship Peru 2011...she was named Best Libero for the tournament after posting a 56.99 success percentage on 365 total attempts...averaged 4.90 digs per set, the second-highest total in the tournament for Team USA, which finished fourth.

2010

In her freshman season, Hagglund played in every match for the Women of Troy as the team's starting libero... posted 497 digs (3.98 dps) with 1 kill (0.01 kps), 16 assists (0.13 aps) and 18 service aces (0.14 saps)...named to the 2010 Pac-10 Conference All-Freshman Team...finished seventh among Pac-10 Conference players for digs... during postseason play, she had 10 kills in the national semifinal against No. 4 California and helped USC get to

the NCAA Final Four with a team-high 16 digs on Dec. 11 in the Dayton Regional five-set win against No. 3 Stanford... registered 13 digs in a three-set win against New Mexico in the first round and 21 digs (5.25 dps), along with a season-high three aces, against No. 18 San Diego in the four-set NCAA second-round win...recorded 27 digs in a five-set win on Nov. 26 at No. 9 UCLA...on Nov. 20 at No. 23 Oregon, she had 20 digs in the five-set win against the Ducks...had 16 digs in a 3-0 sweep on Nov. 12 against No. 20 Arizona...posted 23 digs on Oct. 30 against No. 7 Washington and had a season-high 28 digs (7.00 dps) in a four-set loss at Arizona State...on Sept. 24 against No. 11 UCLA, she had 19 digs in the four-set win against the Bruins...had a season-high 22 digs in a five-set win on Sept. 5 at No. 4 Hawai'i...her previous high of 21 digs came on August 28 against Cal State Fullerton (4 sets).... had one assist and nine digs in her collegiate debut on August 27 in a 3-0 sweep of Loyola Marymount.

High School/Club

Hagglund was a three-year varsity letterwinner at La Costa Canyon High in Carlsbad, Calif., under coach Pat McDougall...she was ranked as the nation’s top libero by Prep Volleyball and 27th overall...named 2010 Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 selection...as a 2009 senior, Hagglund earned 2009-10 Under Armour AllAmerica first team honors and played for the La Costa Canyon High squad that won the San Diego Section Division I championship in four sets...posted 10 kills in the Division I final victory...played for the 2009 U.S. Under-19 Beach Volleyball squad as part of the No. 2 team and was part of the youngest team ever to qualify for the main draw of the AVP Manhattan Beach Open (2009)...for La Costa Canyon High, she was named 2010 Scholar Athlete of the Year...earned 2009 North County Times first team and 2008-09 San Diego Union Tribune all-academic team honors...as a member of the 2008 CIF Division I state championship squad, she was named to the all-tournament team and earned most valuable player honors at the 2008 California Challenge...her 2008 squad earned Prep Volleyball’s national high school championship...in 2007, she earned All-CIF San Diego County section, San Diego Union Tribune and North County Times first team honors...member of the 2008 La Costa Canyon High squad that was named national champions by Prep Volleyball and Max Preps...for club volleyball, she played for the Encinitas Wave and a member of the U-16 squad that won the Junior Olympics championship...named to the 2010 Junior Olympic 18 Open all-tournament team...her 2009 club team finished third at the Junior Olympics as she was named to the all-tournament team...also

Career Statistics

Year MP-SP K KPS TA PCT A APS SA SAPS DIGS DPS BS BA TB BPS PTS PPS 2010 34-125 1 0.01 6 .000 16 0.13 18 0.14 497 3.98 0 0 0 0.00 19.0 0.15 2011 34-116 1 0.01 3 .333 82 0.71 21 0.18 596 5.14 0 0 0 0.00 22.0 0.19 Totals 68-241 2 0.01 9 .111 98 0.41 39 0.16 1093 4.54 0 0 0 0.00 41.0 0.17

Career Highs

Kills - 1 vs. Cal State Fullerton (8/28/10) Attacks - 2 vs. UCLA (9/24/10) Assists - 2 two times (last: vs. Indiana, 12/10/10) Aces - 3 vs. San Diego (12/4/10)

Digs - 28 at Arizona State (10/15/10) Solo Blocks - None Block Assists - None Total Blocks - None Points - 3.0 vs. Indiana (12/10/10)


won a national championship in beach volleyball in the USA Volleyball Junior Olympics in Manhattan Beach for the U-16 Division...was a state beach champion in 2005 for the U-14 division...she is an accomplished surfer as well, winning the 2007 San Diego County High School Girls’ Long Board Surfing championship...was a high school teammate of current USC freshman outside hitter Katie Fuller.

Personal

Natalie Marie Hagglund was born on July 1, 1992... parents are Dave and Tracy...has one brother, Brad... favorite movies are The Guardian and The Hangover... favorite television shows are SpongeBob and Gossip Girl...listens to Train, Matchbox 20 and Kid Cudi...lists Kerri Walsh as her biggest sports hero...coached a 12year old girls' volleyball team and enjoys teaching at volleyball camps...has not decided on a major.


1 - Alexis Olgard Middle Blocker • 6-5 • Junior • Spokane, Washington • Mead HS

2011

She made 12 starts in 19 matches after missing the first 15 matches of the season after undergoing a knee operation in the spring and dealing with a bout of mononucleosis...finished the season with 94 kills (1.68 kps) while hitting .388 with 10 digs (0.18 dps), 47 blocks (0.84 bps) and 122.5 points (2.18 pps)...during NCAA post-season play, she had four kills and five blocks on Dec. 15 against No. 7 Illinois in the national semifinal in San Antonio...recorded five blocks against Hawai'i and Pepperdine with seven and six kills, respectively, at the NCAA Honolulu Regional...opened the tournament with 11 kills and no errors while hitting .647 (11-0-17) with three blocks against Yale...in the second-round match with Tulsa, she posted a similar 11 kills and no errors with a .733 hitting clip (11-0-15) and two blocks... had six kills and six blocks (one solo, five assisted) in a 3-1 win on Nov. 25 at No. 4 UCLA...against Arizona State and Arizona (Nov. 18-19), she had 20 kills and no errors...tallied 11 kills while hitting .500 with four blocks against the Sun Devils and had nine kills while hitting .692 (9-0-13) the next evening against the Wildcats...in her first start of the season on Oct. 29 at No. 2 California, she posted eight kills for a .368 match (8-1-19) and five blocks (two solo)...recorded two kills and four blocks on Oct. 15 against Oregon State...made her season debut on Sept. 30 at Colorado.

2010

She played in every match as a freshman, making 25 starts...recorded 195 kills (1.73 kps) for a .366 hitting percentage with 16 assists (0.14 aps), 10 aces (0.09 aps), 29 digs (0.26 dps), 93 blocks (0.82 bps) and 259.0 points (2.29 pps)...finished fifth among Pac-10 Conference players for hitting percentage...named to the Pac-10 Conference All-Freshman Team...had three kills and three blocks in the NCAA national semifinal on Dec. 16 against No. 4 California...in the Dayton Regional final against No. 3 Stanford, she hit .636 on eight kills (8-1-11) with three blocks...during the Trojans' second-round match in the NCAA Tournament against No. 18 San Diego, she missed her season-highs by one for kills with 11 and blocks with eight against the No. 18 Toreros...had a season-high nine blocks to go with eight kills in a five-set win on Nov. 26 at No. 9 UCLA...in two wins at Oregon State and No. 23 Oregon (Nov. 19-20), she had 14 kills combined and hit .583 (8-1-12) against Oregon State with four blocks and .417 (6-1-12) against Oregon...had 15 combined kills with no errors for a .625 hitting clip in wins against Washington State and No. 7 Washington (Oct. 29-30)... had seven kills on 10 swings (.700) with two digs and

two blocks against WSU and eight kills on 14 swings (.571) with three blocks (two solo) against Washington... on Oct. 22 against No. 16 Oregon, she had 10 kills and six blocks and followed it up the next night with eight kills and a .636 night (8-1-11) in a 3-0 sweep of Oregon State...had 10 kills and no errors with three solo blocks on Oct. 16 in a five-set win at No. 25 Arizona...recorded a season-high 12 kills in a .500 night with two blocks on Oct. 9 against No. 7 California...her block, along with teammate Alex Jupiter, while USC was down 14-12 in the fifth set against the Golden Bears sparked a 5-1 run as the Women of Troy pulled out the victory...against No. 1 Stanford on Oct. 8, she had nine kills with no errors and three blocks for a .450 night...was a perfect 1.000 in eight attempts with one assist on Sept. 21 at UC Irvine, her third straight match where she recorded eight kills... third on the team with 26.0 points during the Fresno State Invitational (Sept. 17-18) with 16 kills and a team-high five service aces...registered five kills and four blocks in a 3-0 sweep on Aug. 28 against Bucknell...in her collegiate debut on Aug. 27 against Loyola Marymount, she had three kills, one ace, four digs and two blocks.

High School/Club

She was a four-year varsity letterwinner at Mead High in Spokane, Wash., under coach Judy Kight...she was rated as the No. 5 recruit in the nation by Prep Volleyball as a senior...played for the 2009 U.S. Women's Junior National Team and was an alternate for the 2008 squad...was a finalist for the Prep Volleyball National Player of the Year honor and 2010 Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 selection...at the 2009 FIVB Junior World Championship in Mexico, she finished fourth in blocks among all players and 20th in scoring...was an integral part of three state championship squads (2006, 2007 and 2009) and was named 2009 Gatorade State Player of the Year as well as 2009 Inland Northwest Junior Female Athlete of the Year...during the 2009 4A state championship, she recorded 33 kills, 10 blocks and 13 digs and was named tournament most valuable player...earned all-state first team honors in her 2009 senior, 2008 junior and 2007 sophomore seasons... she was Mead's team captain in her junior and senior seasons as was named team most valuable player... earned All-Greater Spokane League first team honors all four years...named to the all-tournament team for the 2007 and 2009 Beach City Invitational as well as the 2008 Emerald City Classic...named to the 2005 USA Volleyball High Performance A3 roster...played club volleyball for SCVC U-18 in 2010, Spokane Splash U-18 in 2008 and 2009 and Storm U-18 in 2006 and 2007.

Career Statistics

Year MP-SP K KPS TA PCT A APS SA SAPS DIGS DPS BS BA TB BPS PTS PPS 2010 34-113 195 1.73 413 .366 16 0.14 10 0.09 29 0.26 15 78 93 0.82 259.0 2.29 2011 19-56 94 1.68 206 .388 1 0.02 0 0.00 10 0.18 10 37 47 0.84 122.5 2.18 Totals 53-169 289 1.71 619 .373 17 0.10 10 0.06 39 0.23 25 115 140 0.83 381.5 2.25

Career Highs

Kills - 12 vs. California (10/9/10) Attacks - 24 vs. San Diego (12/4/10); at UCLA (11/26/10) Assists - 2 three times (last: at Oregon, 11/20/10) Aces - 3 vs. CS Bakersfield (9/18/10); vs. Virginia (9/10/10)

Digs - 4 vs. Loyola Marymount (8/27/10) Solo Blocks - 3 at Arizona (10/16/10) Block Assists - 9 at UCLA (11/26/10) Total Blocks - 9 at UCLA (11/26/10) Points - 15.5 vs. San Diego (12/4/10)


Personal

Alexis Rochelle Olgard was born on May 27, 1991... parents are Bruce and Sandra...has three sisters, Kathleen, Natalie and Emma...her father was a twotime all-conference lineman in football for Whitworth University...her sister, Emma, is a middle blocker for the Montana women's volleyball team...favorite movie is Love and Basketball...favorite television show is Grey's Anatomy...listens to Beyonce, Rihanna and Lil' Wayne...lists Gabrielle Reece has her biggest sports hero...enjoys spending time with her family at their lake home in Idaho, along with swimming, hiking and four-wheeling...has not decided on a major


14 - Hannah Schraer Middle Blocker • 6-3 • Sophomore • Arcadia, Calif. • Mayfield HS

2011

Schraer recorded 133 kills (1.75 kps) as a freshman while hitting .383 with 45 blocks (0.60 bps)...finished third among all Pac-12 Conference players for hitting percentage...earned 2011 Pac-12 Conference AllFreshman Team honorable mention...played a big factor off the bench on December 10 in the NCAA Honolulu Regional final against No. 18 Pepperdine, recording six kills with no errors and four blocks (two solo)...her final kill in the fifth set sent the Women of Troy to the NCAA Final Four...hit .714 on six kills on October 7 at Arizona and followed the next night with by recording season highs in kills (12) and blocks (five)...against No. 1 California on Sept. 23, she hit .600 on a season-high nine kills (9-0-15) without recording a hitting error... hit .889 (8-0-9) with a solo block against Florida Gulf Coast on Sept. 2 and had seven kills in a .636 match (7-0-11) the following day against Furman...made an impressive collegiate debut at the Rockvale Outlets/ AVCA Showcase...recorded 11 kills and seven blocks in two matches against No. 12 Minnesota and No. 1 Penn State while hitting .400 (11-1-25).

High School/Club

She was a four-year varsity letterwinner and starter at Mayfield High in Arcadia, Calif., under coach Ernest Banaag...member of the 2007 and 2008 CIF-SS 4AA championship squads...member of the 2009 CIF-SS 3A championship squad...earned all-state second team and All-CIF first team honors in her senior season...named team most valuable player as a senior while earning Pasadena Star-News all-area first team honors...rated as the No. 32 Senior Ace by Prep Volleyball...earned Pasadena Star-News all-area first team honors as a junior and second team honors as a sophomore...member of the 2009 U.S. A-2 Select High Performance team...played club volleyball for the SCVC 18s team that finished fifth in the 2010 Junior Olympics open division.

Personal

Hannah Caitlin Schraer was born on March 18, 1993, in Arcadia, Calif...parents are Jeff and Carol Schraer...has one brother, Anders...favorite athletes are Reggie and Cheryl Miller...favorite movies are My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Catch Me If You Can and Rudy...favorite television shows are Modern Family and The Nanny...enjoys listening to Bob Marley, Jack Johnson and Muse...enjoys painting and drawing in her spare time...volunteers for the National Charity League (NCL) and assists with a group that impacts medical/dental needs of children in the area... has not decided on a major.

Career Statistics

Year MP-SP K KPS TA PCT A APS SA SAPS DIGS DPS BS BA TB BPS PTS PPS 2011 28-76 133 1.77 265 .383 0 0.00 0 0.00 15 0.20 13 32 45 0.59 162.0 2.13 Kills - 12 at Arizona State (10/8/11) Attacks - 28 at Arizona State (10/8/11) Assists - none Aces - none

Career Highs

Digs - 2 five times (last: at Arizona State, 10/8/11) Solo Blocks - 2 vs. Pepperdine (12/10/11) Block Assists - 4 at Arizona State (10/8/11) Total Blocks - 5 at Arizona State (10/8/11) Points - 15.0 at Arizona State (10/8/11)


10 - Sara Shaw Outside Hitter • 6-3 • Junior • Austin, Texas • Westlake HS

2011

She played in every match during the season, making 28 starts...recorded 215 kills (2.09 kps) with 11 assists (0.11 aps), 15 aces (0.15 saps), 245 digs (2.38 dps), 30 blocks (0.29 bps) and 252.0 points (2.45 pps)...finished the season with eight kills and 18 digs on Dec. 15 in the NCAA semifinal against No. 7 Illinois in San Antonio...in the NCAA Honolulu Regional final against Pepperdine on Dec. 10, she had seven kills, 15 digs and three blocks... against Hawai'i, she posted eight kills with 11 digs, two aces and two solo blocks...had seven kills and 12 digs in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament in a sweep against Yale and tallied seven kills with 11 digs and three blocks in the second round against Tulsa...recorded 10 kills with nine digs and hit .333 on November 18 in a four-set win against Arizona State...registered a careerhigh 17 kills on November 12 at No. 20 Oregon while hitting .538 (17-3-26) with two assists, seven digs and one solo block during the 3-0 sweep...recorded 10 kills and seven digs on Oct. 14 in a four-set win over No. 16 Oregon...on October 8 at Arizona State, she tied her career best with 15 kills and set a new personal best with 19 digs in the four-set victory...tied a then-career best with 12 digs in a 3-0 sweep on Sept. 30 at Colorado... on Sept. 24 against No. 2 Stanford, she had 11 kills and a career-high three blocks in the 3-0 sweep...posted a .481 percentage on 15 kills with 11 digs in a 3-0 sweep on Sept. 16 at No. 4 Washington.

2010

She played in 32 matches as a freshman, recording 36 kills (0.37 kps) for a .207 hitting percentage with seven assists (0.07 aps), three aces (0.03 saps), 136 digs (1.40 dps), 12 blocks (0.12 bps) and 45.5 points (0.46 pps)... received Pac-10 Conference All-Freshman Team honorable mention...had a season-high 12 digs with one kill on Dec. 11 against No. 3 Stanford in the NCAA Dayton Regional final...had two kills and eight digs on Nov. 20 at No. 23 Oregon...recorded a then-season-high 10 digs in a 3-0 sweep on Oct. 23 against Oregon State... recorded three kills, one ace, five digs and two block assists on Sept. 18 against Cal State Bakersfield...posted season-highs on Aug. 28 against Cal State Fullerton with seven kills and 7.0 points.

High School/Club

She was a four-year letterwinner at Westlake High in Austin, Texas for coach Al Bennett...rated No. 11 nationally by Prep Volleyball and played for the 2009 U.S. Women’s Junior National Team...was a finalist for the Prep Volleyball National Player of the Year honor and 2010 Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 selection...earned 2009-10 Under Armour All-America first team honors after leading Westlake to its third straight Class 5A state final and was named 2009 Gatorade State Player of the Year...also earned 2009 MaxPreps High School All-America first team and Austin American-Statesman Central Texas Player of the Year honors...led the Chaparrals with 453 kills, 322 digs, 59 aces and 47 blocks as the team finished with a 39-7 record...despite a close five-set loss, Shaw posted 23 kills, 17 digs and five aces...set a Westlake High School season kill record with 698 as a junior and led Westlake to the Texas High School State Tournament Class 5A Finals... earned TXSWA 5A All-State first team and TGCA All-State Class 5A honors while being named 5A All-Tournament Team...was named best offensive hitter in her district and earned All-Centex first team honors...was a finalist for National High School Junior Player of the Year by Prep Volleyball and a Top 50 Junior Recruit by the publication... in her sophomore season, Westlake again reached the Class 5A State Tournament finals as she earned all-state and All-Centex first team honors and was named to Prep Volleyball’s Soph 79 list...selected district Newcomer of the Year as a freshman and named to Prep Volleyball’s Frosh 59 list...earned academic all-district honors three years...played club volleyball for the Austin Juniors and played on the 17s Mizuno squad that won the 2008 USA Junior Olympic Girls’Volleyball Championship title.

Personal

Sara Laine Shaw was born on December 19, 1991... parents are Scott and Susan...mother played tennis at Texas State...has one brother, Jake...lists Michael Jordan as her biggest sports hero...favorite movies are Forrest Gump, The Hangover and Slumdog Millionaire...favorite television shows are Lost, Life, Planet Earth and Law and Order...enjoys listening to Coldplay, Passion Pit and Jack Johnson...has not decided on a major.

Career Statistics

Year MP-SP K KPS TA PCT A APS SA SAPS DIGS DPS BS BA TB BPS PTS PPS 2010 32-97 36 0.37 111 .207 7 0.07 3 0.03 136 1.40 1 11 12 0.12 45.5 0.46 2011 34-103 215 2.09 663 .216 11 0.11 15 0.15 245 2.38 14 16 30 0.29 252.0 2.45 Totals 66-200 251 1.25 774 .214 18 0.09 18 0.09 381 1.90 15 27 42 0.21 297.5 1.49

Career Highs

Kills - 17 at Oregon (11/12/11) Attacks - 43 at Arizona State (10/8/11) Assists - 2 at Oregon (11/12/11) Aces - 3 three times (last: vs. Oregon State, 10/23/10)

Digs - 19 at Arizona State (10/8/11) Solo Blocks - 2 two times (last: at Hawai'i, 12/9/11) Block Assists - 3 vs. Stanford (9/24/11) Total Blocks - 3 four times (last: vs. Pepperdine, 12/10/11) Points - 18.0 at Oregon (11/12/11)


6 - Natasa Šiljković Middle Blocker • 6-3 • Senior • Uzice, Serbia • School of Economy

2011

She played in 13 matches as a junior with one start... has 13 kills (0.93 kps) while hitting .346 with three digs (0.21 dps) and five blocks (0.36 bps)...tied her season best with four kills on Oct. 22 against Colorado...had a season-high four kills in a 3-0 sweep on Nov. 12 against No. 20 Arizona.

2010

In nine matches for the Women of Troy as a sophomore, Siljkovic had 10 kills (0.71 kps) for a .103 hitting percentage with two assists (0.14 aps), one ace (0.07 saps), two digs (0.14 dps), three blocks (0.21 bps) and 13.0 points (0.93 pps)...recorded two kills, one assist and two block assists on Nov. 13 against Arizona State...had a season-high four kills on Nov. 12 against No. 20 Arizona with one solo block...made her collegiate debut on Oct. 29 against Washington State and registered one kill.

High School/Club

While going to the School of Economy, she also played in the Serbian National Team program on the youth, junior and senior squads...member of the 2008 and 2009 squads that finished fourth at the European Championships...member of the 2007 squad that finished second at the European Championships... she was the fourth-ranked blocker at the 2007 World Championships in Mexico.

Personal

Natasa Siljkovic was born on December 3, 1990...parents are Jordan and Marica...has one brother, Luka...favorite movies are Alexander The Great and P.S. I Love You... favorite television shows are Friends, South Park, Will and Grace, House and Desperate Housewives...enjoys listening to Red Hot Chili Peppers, Metallica and Simply Red...majoring in international relations and political science with plans on working for an embassy or be a minister of sport and culture.

Career Statistics

Year MP-SP K KPS TA PCT A APS SA SAPS DIGS DPS BS BA TB BPS PTS PPS 2010 9-14 10 0.71 29 .103 2 0.14 1 0.07 2 0.14 1 2 3 0.21 13.0 0.93 2011 13-14 13 0.93 26 .346 0 0.00 0 0.00 3 0.21 1 4 5 0.36 16.0 1.14 Totals 22-28 23 0.82 55 .218 2 0.07 1 0.04 5 0.18 2 6 8 0.29 29.0 1.04

Career Highs

Kills - 4 two times (last: vs. Colorado, 10/22/11) Attacks - 7 vs. Arizona (11/12/10) Assists - 1 vs. Arizona State (11/13/10); vs. Arizona (11/12/10) Aces - 1 at Stanford (11/7/10)

Digs - 1 five times (last: vs. Yale, 12/2/11) Solo Blocks - 1 two times (last: at Utah, 10/2/11) Block Assists - 2 vs. Arizona State (11/13/10) Total Blocks - 2 vs. Arizona State (11/13/10) Points - 5.0 vs. Arizona (11/12/10)


15 - Erin Yoder Defensive Specialist • 5-8 • Senior • San Clemente, California • San Clemente HS

2011

She played in 29 matches as a junior...recorded 11 assists (0.14 aps), five aces (0.06 saps) and 34 digs (0.44 dps)...posted a career-high seven digs against No. 18 Pepperdine in the NCAA Honolulu Regional final on December 10...had four digs on December 3, 2010, in an NCAA first-round match against New Mexico.

Personal

Erin Lynn Yoder was born on June 20, 1991...parents are Bob and Wendy Yoder...her father was a member of the 1977 USC men's volleyball national championship squad and was a two-time All-American...her father went on to be the head coach for the USC men's team (1982-89), leading the Trojans to five NCAA Final Four appearances and the 1988 national championship...has two brothers, Curtis and Cory...brother, Cory, plays volleyball at UC 2010 She played in 15 matches for the Women of Troy, Irvine and was a member of the Anteaters' 2009 national appearing in 21 sets...recorded two aces (0.03 saps) with championship squad...lists Reggie Bush as her biggest one assist (0.05 aps) and 24 digs (1.14 dps)...had four sports hero...favorite movie is Ace Ventura: When Nature digs on Dec. 3 against New Mexico in the first round Calls...favorite television shows are CSI and Seinfeld... of the NCAA Tournament...tied her personal best with enjoys listening to Paramore, The Format and country six digs on Oct. 22 against No. 16 Oregon...recorded a music...has not declared a major. career-high two service aces on Sept. 18 vs. Cal State Bakersfield and tied her personal best with six digs... had three digs in the season opener on Aug. 27 against Loyola Marymount.

2009

She played in 23 matches as a freshman...had one assist (0.02 aps), two service aces (0.05 saps), 54 digs (1.23 dps) and 2.0 points (0.05 pps)...had five digs on Oct. 30 at No. 4 Stanford...tied her career high with six digs on Oct. 3 against No. 11 Stanford...had a service ace and four digs on Sept. 26 at Arizona State...set a career high with six digs on Sept. 5 against Northern Arizona...made her collegiate debut on Aug. 28 at Michigan State, recording one dig.

High School/Club

She was a four-year letterwinner at San Clemente (Calif.) High under coach Rob O'Rear...named South Coast League most valuable player in her senior season...earned All-South Coast League first team honors as a junior... earned All-South Coast League second team honors as a sophomore...graduated as the school's valedictorian... played one year of club volleyball with Nike Laguna Beach and five years with Laguna Beach Volleyball Club...played on the 18s team that won the bronze medal at the U.S. Junior Olympics...her 16s team won the gold medal at the Junior Olympics...her 15s squad won the bronze medal at the Junior Olympics while she was named to the all-tournament team.

Career Statistics

Year MP-SP K KPS TA PCT A APS SA SAPS DIGS DPS BS BA TB BPS PTS PPS 2009 23-44 0 0.00 1 .000 1 0.02 2 0.05 54 1.23 0 0 0 0.00 2.0 0.05 2010 15-21 0 0.00 1 -1.000 1 0.05 3 0.14 24 1.14 0 0 0 0.00 3.0 0.14 2011 29-78 0 0.00 0 .000 11 0.14 5 0.06 34 0.44 0 0 0 0.00 5.0 0.06 Totals 67-143 0 0.00 2 -.500 13 0.09 10 0.07 112 0.78 0 0 0 0.00 10.0 0.07

Career Highs

Kills - None Attacks - 1 vs. CS Bakersfield (9/18/10); vs. Albany (8/29/09) Assists - 1 vs. Oregon (10/22/10); at California (10/31/09) Aces - 3 vs. Arizona (11/19/11)

Digs - 7 vs. Pepperdine (12/10/11) Solo Blocks - None Block Assists - None Total Blocks - None Points - 2.0 vs. Cal State Bakersfield (9/18/10)


20 - Emily Young Setter/Outside Hitter • 6-2 • Sophomore • Schaumburg, Ill. • Schaumburg HS

2011

She appeared in 16 matches as a freshman...registered 16 kills (0.67 kps) while hitting .308 with one assist, four digs (0.17 dps) and four blocks (0.17 bps)...posted a season-high five kills on Oct. 15 against Oregon State while hitting .556 (5-0-9).

High School/Club

She was a 2011 Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 selection and earned Prep Volleyball All-America special mention as a senior...played at Schaumburg (Ill.) High... earned Academic All-America second team honors... named Cook County honorary captain of the 2010 Daily Herald all-area girls volleyball team...rated as the No. 30 Senior Ace by Prep Volleyball...was a twoyear team captain for Schaumburg...president of the National Honor Society...posted an academic class rank of 14 out of 603 students and recorded a 4.6 grade-point-average on a 4.0 weighted scale...played club volleyball for the Sports Performance 18 Elite squad that finished first at the 2011 JVA Premier Invite.

Personal

Emily Ann Young was born on April 20, 1993...parents are Timothy and Margaret...has one brother, Matt...lists Mia Hamm as her biggest sports hero...favorite movie is The Princess Bride...favorite television show is Extreme Makeover: Home Edition...enjoys listening to Michael Buble, Matt Nathanson, The Script and Parachute...she is majoring in business.

Career Statistics

Year MP-SP K KPS TA PCT A APS SA SAPS DIGS DPS BS BA TB BPS PTS PPS 2011 16-24 16 0.67 39 .308 1 0.04 0 0.00 4 0.17 0 4 4 0.17 18.0 0.75

Kills - 5 vs. Oregon State (10/15/11) Attacks - 9 vs. Oregon State (10/15/11) Assists - 1 vs. Colorado (10/22/11) Aces - None

Career Highs

Digs - 1 four times (last: vs. Washington State, 11/4/11) Solo Blocks - None Block Assists - 2 vs. Oregon State (10/15/11) Total Blocks - 2 vs. Oregon State (10/15/11) Points - 6.0 vs. Oregon State (10/15/11)


9 - Samantha Bricio Outside Hitter • 6-2 • Freshman • Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico Universidad Del Valle De Atemajac

High School/Club

Bricio was the youngest player ever to play for Mexico's Senior National Team as a 16-year-old... helped guide Mexico's Youth National Team to a silver medal at the 2010 NORCECA Youth Championships... scored a match-high 29 points in the 2010 NORCECA Youth Championship match and was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player... Mexico's finish earned a berth into the 2011 Girl's Youth World Championships... played on both the Mexican youth and junior national teams in 2011... received the Best Scorer Award at the Youth Pan-American Cup and earned Best Scorer honors at the Junior Pan-American Cup... helped Mexico to a fourth-place finish at the junior tournament and a silver-medal at the youth tournament.

Personal

Samantha Bricio was born on Nov. 22, 1994... undeclared major.


8 - Alicia Ogoms Middle Blocker • 6-4 • Freshman • Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada• St. Mary's

High School/Club

Ogoms was the top-ranked high school volleyball player in Manitoba as a senior... named MVP of the West Winnipeg Athletic Conference... an All-Manitoba Team selection... selected MVP of the Provincial Championships where she led her school to AAAA title... led her team in attacks, kills, blocks, and aces... as a junior, selected as a WWAC All-Star and led her team to its second-ever provincial final four appearance... as a sophomore, led St. Mary's to its first-ever provincial semifinal... received the Athletic Achievement Award... named Top Blocker at the 2010 Elite Volleyball Summer Camp. Played for the Cobra Volleyball Club under Phil Hudson and Jon Hykawy... named 2012 MVP of the Manitoba Club Volleyball Provincials... selected as an All-Star in the Canadian Open Club Championship... 18U Tier 1 Female Age Class Player of the Year... guided CVB to the Manitoba Club Provincial gold medal... earned the 2011 silver medal in the Manitoba Club championships... participated in the AAU tournament on the Canada Selects team... named the top prospect at the 2010 Calgary Prospect Camp... selected as an allstar in the 2010 Club Provincial Championships.

Personal

Alicia Shanice Ogoms was born on April 2, 1994... parents are Laura Kwiatkowski and Joe Ogoms... has one brother, Michael... enjoys reading, movies, television, and playing board games... her biggest sports hero is Wilma Rudolph (considered the fastest woman in the world)... father lettered in basketball at University of Manitoba and played professionally in Spain, Belgium, Iceland, and England... mother lettered in basketball at University of Manitoba... favorite movies are Atonement and Inception... undeclared major.


12 - Cinnamon Sary Setter • 5-11 • Freshman • Newport Beach, Calif. • Newport Harbor HS

High School/Club

Sary prepped at Newport Harbor High School in the Sunset League under head coach Dan Glenn... named All-League, All-CIF, and All-State in each of her sophomore, junior, and senior years... named ESPN Rose Sophomore of the Year in 2009 after leading NHHS to the CIF title... a three-time OC Register Dream Team selection (2009-11)... selected as the 2011 OC Register Player of the Year as a senior... named to alltournament teams in three tourneys as a senior... an AVCA All-America watch list designee in 2011... selected to the U.S. Junior Beach Volleyball traveling team as a junior... received Principal's Honor Roll distinction in each year at Newport Harbor. Played eight years for the Orange County Volleyball Club under Charlie Brande and Matt Skolnik... led her team to the 2010 Junior Olympics National Division crown and earned tournament MVP honors.

Personal

Cinnamon Jade Sary was born Oct. 22, 1994... parents are Tony and Candi Sary... has one brother, Rusty... enjoys listening to music, and going to the beach... biggest sports hero is NBA All-Star Kobe Bryant... majoring in communications.


23 - Kiara Wright Outside Hitter • 6-1 • Freshman • Houston, Texas • Clear Lake HS

High School/Club

Wright was named one of ESPN's Top 25 Players in the nation and ranked No. 13 by Prep Volleyball while at Clear Lake High School under head coach Chanda Eager... selected to the 2011 AVCA Under Armour All-America watch list... as a senior, she received District 24-5A and LoneStarVolleyball.com All-Texas first-team honors... as a junior, she was a Texas Girls Coaches Association all-state honoree and was selected for the Texas Sports Writers Association and Houston Chronicle All-Greater Houston Volleyball second team honors... in 2010, she was named to the Top 50 Legends of the Fall by VYPE Magazine and earned All-VYPE Magazine Houston Area first team... received 2010 District 24-5A Offensive Player of the Year and all-district first team honors... helped guide her 2010 squad to the Texas Region III state 5A area championship and reached the quarterfinals in the state playoffs... also competed in track and finished second in the high jump for the 2011 5A girls' state championship... named Safe School Ambassador each of her four years at Clear Lake HS. Played three years for Absolute Volleyball Academy of Texas under head coach Katy Garza... finished fifth in the National Division at the 2011 USAV Junior Nationals and was a member of the squad that won a bronze medal at the 2010 USA Volleyball High Performance Tournament of Champions.

Personal

Kiara Shirley Wright was born May 1, 1994... parents are Michael and Katina Williams... her biggest sports hero is NBA star Magic Johnson... her favorite movies are Sixth Man and Love & Basketball... undeclared major.


Coaching Staff

Mick Haley Head Coach • 12th Season at USC • 36th Overall Season • Ball State '65

Mick Haley is in his 12th season as head coach at USC as he continues to add to the rich heritage of one of the most successful women's volleyball programs in the nation. At USC, Haley has guided his teams to two national championships (2002 and 2003), six NCAA Final Four appearances (2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2011) and 11 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. USC has finished the season ranked nationally in the top five a total of seven of 11 times under Haley. He has posted an impressive overall record of 284-64 (.816) while going 158-44 (.782) in Pac-12 Conference play. Haley was named 2011 Pac-12 Conference Coach of the Year, the first time at USC that he has earned that honor. In 2003, Haley led the Women of Troy to a second-consecutive NCAA Championship - the program’s sixth title overall and third NCAA title. Haley guided the 2003 squad to a perfect 35-0 record (only the fourth team to ever accomplish the feat). For these accomplishments, he earned the most prestigious honor among collegiate coaches and something that had eluded him in previous years of his collegiate coaching career as he was honored AVCA Division I Coach of the Year. In the process, Haley put together a then-NCAArecord 52-match winning streak, dating from Nov. 8, 2002, to Sept. 11, 2004. During the impressive streak, the Women of Troy compiled a 156-14 single game record (91.8%). As a two-time national championship head coach at Texas and four-year United States National Team coach, Haley took the helm of the Trojan program at the start of the 2001 season. He brought a tradition of excellence as one of the elite coaches 34

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in the game with him to a University with a rich tradition of its own. In his 35 years as a collegiate head coach, Haley boasts a 1,057-252-1 (.807) career women's record and a 806-201 (.800) mark in 28 years at the Division I level. He ranks seventh among the NCAA’s winningest active coaches according to win percentage (.800) and fourth for all active coaches by victories (806). He owns a 316-54 (.854) career record against conference opponents while competing in the Southwest, Big 12 and Pac-10 conferences. After winning the Pac-10 title in 2002 and 2003 and the inaugural Pac-12 title in 2011, he now boasts 17 career conference titles. Along with his men's record, Haley is 1,154-2631 (.814) during his tremendous career that includes four Division I women's national championships and six overall junior college national titles. He recorded his personal 1,000th win on Nov. 25, 2005, with USC's 3-0 win at home against California. Haley accepted the USC coaching position in June of 1999, replacing Lisa Love, who guided the Women of Troy for 10 seasons, but he did not assume the position until fulfilling his responsibilities with the USA Women’s National Volleyball Team. Following the Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, Haley joined the 2000 USC squad midway through the collegiate season, but allowed Interim Head Coach Jerritt Elliott to complete the year. From the bench, Haley served as a mentor to the team and its coaching staff as the Trojans reached the NCAA Championship Semifinals for the first time in 15 years. Haley officially took the reins of the program in 2001 and found his first season to be bittersweet.


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Haley’s Career Head Coaching Record Year School 2011 USC 2010 USC 2009 USC 2008 USC 2007 USC 2006 USC 2005 USC 2004 USC 2003 USC 2002 USC 2001 USC

Overall Conference Conference Final W-L W-L Finish Rank 29-5 20-2 1st Pac-12 No. 3 29-5 14-4 3rd Pac-10 No. 3 22-10 10-8 5th Pac-10 No. 16 17-12 9-9 T-5th Pac-10 No. 13 29-5 14-4 3rd Pac-10 No. 3 27-5 14-4 4th Pac-10 No. 8 17-11 12-6 4th Pac-10 No. 17 23-6 14-4 3rd Pac-10 No. 4 35-0 18-0 1st Pac-10 No. 1 31-1 17-1 1st Pac-10 No. 1 25-4 16-2 2nd Pac-10 No. 5

Postseason NCAA Semifinal NCAA Semifinal NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Semifinal NCAA Third Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Semifinal NCAA National Champions NCAA National Champions NCAA Regional Final

Total Overall / Conference Record at USC: 284-64 (.816) / 158-44 (.782) 1997-00 Head Coach of U.S. Women’s Volleyball National Team Finished fourth at 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas

23-7 28-7 23-10 31-3 29-6 20-10 31-4 27-10 34-5 25-10 29-6 26-6 32-7 33-9 31-15 60-6-1 40-16

16-4 10-0 8-2 10-0 9-1 9-1 10-0 10-0 10-0 10-0 10-0 10-0 9-1 10-0 9-1 --- ---

2nd Big XII 1st SWC 1st SWC 1st SWC 1st SWC 1st SWC 1st SWC 1st SWC 1st SWC 1st SWC 1st SWC 1st SWC 1st SWC 1st SWC 1st SWC --- ---

No. 11 No. 2 No. 24 No. 2 No. 10 No. 11 No. 7 tNo. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 9 No. 7 --- --- No. 3

NCAA Regional NCAA Finals NCAA Second Round NCAA Regional Finals NCAA Regional Finals NCAA Regional NCAA Regional Finals NCAA Regional Finals NCAA National Champions NCAA Final Four NCAA Final Four NCAA Regional Finals NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional AIAW National Champions ---

Total Overall / Conference Record at Texas: 522-137-1 (.792) / 150-10 (.938) 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973

Kellogg CC Kellogg CC Kellogg CC Kellogg CC Kellogg CC Kellogg CC Kellogg CC

53-2 50-7 35-10 43-5 39-8 27-11 4-8

NJCAA National Champions NJCAA National Champions 3rd in NJCAA 4th in NJCAA 4th in NJCAA 4th in NJCAA ---

Four men's national championships at Kellogg

Total Overall Record at Kellogg: 348-63 (.847) - (Women 251-31/Men 97-32) Totals

35 years

1,154-263-1 (.814) overall

Fielding a talented team, the Women of Troy dominated competition through the regular season and fell one match short of a consecutive conference title. The Trojans had their sights set on the national championship and breezed through the first three rounds of the NCAA Tournament, not losing a single game. But the 2001 Women of Troy, who were looking for that return trip to the Final Four, fell one match short, falling 3-2 to Arizona in the NCAA Regional Final. USC finished the season with a 25-4 overall record, a second-place finish in the Pac-10 (16-2) and a No. 5 AVCA final ranking. The disappointment of the 2001 season only fueled the fire for Haley and his team as they began a dominant two-year run. His 2002 squad dropped only one match throughout the regular season to conference rival Stanford and claimed sole possession of the Pac-10 title for the first time with a 17-1 mark.

308-54 (.851) conference

USC only got stronger as the 2002 season continued and swept its first four NCAA opponents before beating Florida in the semifinals, 3-1. A rematch was set with the rival Cardinal and this time the Trojans came out on top. USC beat Stanford, 3-1, to win the program’s fifth national title and first since 1981. With the win, Haley became just the second head coach in NCAA history to win a national championship at two universities. The experiences and success gained in 2002 were only improved upon in 2003. USC’s dominating performance throughout the season drew comparisons to the greatest teams of all time. In addition to the NCAA Championship and a second-straight Pac-10 conference title, the Women of Troy received a program-first four All-American honors (including three first teamers) and seven AllPac-10 selections (including five first teamers). With the accolades, Haley added four players (April Ross,

The Mick Haley File • 11 seasons at USC: 255-59 (.816) • Four years as coach of the U.S. Women’s National Team: 4th place in the 2000 Olympic Games • 17 years at Texas: 522-137-1 (.792) • Seven years at Kellogg Community College: 348-63 (.847) 35 years overall: 1,154-263-1 (.813) ••• • Member of the AVCA, NJCAA, Junior College Coaches', and Ball State Hall of Fames • Three National Coach of the Year Honors (2003 AVCA Coach of the Year) • Two South Region Coach of the Year Honors • Six Southwest Conference Coach of the Year Honors (at Texas) • Member of the Texas Women's Hall of Honor • Ranks Seventh in NCAA Division I Career Win Percentage Among Active Coaches (.799) • Ranks Fourth in NCAA Division I Career Wins Among Active Coaches (777) ••• • Four National Championship Titles • Two National Junior College Women's Championship Titles • Four National Junior College Men's Championship Titles • Seven NCAA Final Four Appearances • 17 Conference Titles (14 Southwest, 2 Pac-10, 1 Pac-12) ••• • Two National Players of the Year • One Broderick Award Winner • One National Freshman of the Year • 37 All-America players • 96 All-Conference players • 1 Pac-10 Player of the Year, 1 Pac-12 Player of the Year • 13 SWC Players of the Year

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Coaching Staff Emily Adams, Bibiana Candelas and Keao Burdine) to his list of more than 30 All-Americans. Ross was also named Pac-10 Player of the Year (Haley's 13th) and was honored with the Honda Award as the nation's top volleyball player. The 2004 club went 23-6 as the program made its third straight NCAA Final Four appearance. Haley also recorded some notable wins in 2003, including his 200th career conference victory and 50th Pac-10 victory in a win over California on Nov. 15, and his 600th career NCAA victory in a win over Washington State on Nov. 1. During the 2005 season, Haley registered his 900th collegiate win as a women's coach on Nov. 4 against Oregon State. His 2006 squad played the first match at the new Galen Center and later advanced to the third round of the NCAA Tournament. In 2007, he led the Women of Troy to another Final Four appearance on the heels of a 3-0 sweep in the Gainesville Regional final against his former Texas squad with USC barely missing a chance to play for the national title and finishing third in the nation. With no seniors on the squad in 2008, the Women of Troy struggled during the season. USC, however, was ranked in the Top 10 for most of the season and reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament. It was another trip to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the 2009 squad as the team finished the season ranked No. 16 nationally with a solid 22-10 overall record. The Women of Troy were able to make another stellar postseason run in 2010. Despite losing to Stanford twice during the regular season, USC shocked the Cardinal by rallying to win a fiveset thriller in the NCAA Dayton Regional final to advance to the NCAA Final Four for the sixth time in 11 seasons and finish with a No. 3 national ranking. In 2011, he would lead USC to its first backto-back NCAA Final Four appearances since 2004, thanks to an epic run through the Honolulu Regional and two classic five-set wins over Hawai'i and Pepperdine. USC finished the season with its second-straight No. 3 national ranking, winning the inaugural Pac-12 Conference title with a 20-2 mark and watching senior Alex Jupiter become the school's first-ever AVCA National Player of the Year. If all of this is not enough to cap off a successful

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season, Haley was inducted to the University of Texas Women’s Athletics Hall of Honor on Nov. 14, 2003, in a ceremony held in Austin, Texas. He was also recently awarded the Ball State Lifetime Volleyball Coaching Achievement Award in a ceremony held in Muncie, Ind., on May 15. Prior to his return to the collegiate scene, Haley made his mark on the international and Olympic stage. Completing his fourth season with the U.S. National Team, Haley’s squad earned a berth to the 2000 Olympics in Sydney by defeating Canada to win the Nike Americas’ Volleyball Challenge (NORCECA). In Australia, the team surprised many by advancing to the semifinals before falling to Russia 2-3 and Brazil 0-3 in medal contention. The Americans, who were not favored to make the semifinals, much less push the powerful Russians to a fifth game, relinquished the bronze medal to Brazil with the loss and finished fourth overall (the highest U.S. finish since winning a bronze medal in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain). Haley joined the USA National Team in January of 1997. In his first season, he molded an entirely new squad into an international contender. The U.S. women went 16-13 in 1997, finished second at the NORCECA Zone Championship behind 1996 Olympic gold-medalist Cuba, and posted key victories over Canada, Germany and the Dominican Republic. In 1998, the team opened the year 10-0 en route to a 31-30 mark, won the NORCECA Zonal Championship qualifier and the Canada Cup, and had impressive wins over Italy, Peru and Japan. 1999 began with much of the same success, as Haley’s team swept the Dominican Republic to earn the bronze medal at the Pan American Games, and fell to Cuba in the final match of the Continental Championship. The performance secured a spot for the U.S. at the World Cup where the team posted a 3-8 record. Before entering the international spotlight, Haley spent 17 successful seasons (1980-96) at Texas, where he was 522-137-1 overall, won two national championships, 13 Southwest Conference titles and earned 15 NCAA tournament berths. His teams won the AIAW national title in 1981 (going 60-6-1 overall) and the NCAA crown in 1988. After winning his second title, he was named the

1988 Volleyball magazine National Coach of the Year. The 1988 championship squad is the only team to date to capture the NCAA title with a perfect 15-0 game record. Until 1995, it was also the only NCAA title claimed by a non-West Coast team. If success was measured solely by the accolades earned by a coach’s players, and the numbers were but a mere side note, Haley would sit comfortably among the nation’s best. In 17 years with the Longhorns, he coached 13 SWC Players of the Year and more than 20 All-Americans. Prior to Texas, Haley coached at Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek, Mich., for seven seasons (1973-79). He first served as an instructor and intramural director, then took the helm of the men’s and women’s varsity teams in 1973, going 251-51 overall and leading his women’s team to the national junior college title in 1978 and 1979. He also coached the Kellogg men to four national crowns during that time with a 97-32 record. In 1997, he was inducted into the Junior College Coaches Hall of Fame. While at Kellogg, he also trained with the U.S. National Team and served as an assistant coach with the U.S. men’s and women’s programs. As a setter at Ball State (1962-65), he helped lead the Cardinals to the 1964 and 1965 Midwest Intercollegiate Volleyball Association title. He was the MIVA’s MVP in 1965 and made the All-MIVA second team in 1964. Haley was inducted into the Ball State Athletic Hall of Fame in 1984. He earned his bachelor’s degree in education from Ball State in 1965. He received a master’s degree in education in 1966 from Southern Illinois, where he started a men’s club team. A native of Angola, Indiana, Haley was a foursport athlete at Angola High where he played football, basketball, track and baseball. He was later inducted into the Angola High School Hall of Fame. Haley and his wife, Carrie, have a daughter, Halie, 24, and a son, Hunter, 25. He also has a son, Heath, 36, and a daughter, Heather, 41, from a previous marriage, and four grandchildren, Harrison, 13, Hayley, 11, Amelia, 4, and Michael, 2.


Coaching Staff

Tim Nollan Associate Head Coach • 6th Season at USC • USC '00

Coaching Resume • Associate Head Coach - USC (Present) • Assistant Coach - Pepperdine (2004-07) • Volunteer Assistant Coach - USC (2003) • Head Coach - Campbell Hall High School, North Hollywood, Calif. (1999-2002)

Tim Nollan enters his sixth season as associate head coach for the USC women's volleyball program. As USC's lead recruiting coordinator, Nollan also assists with day-to-day training (specifically the setters and team offense) and the development of game-day strategy. His 2010 recruiting class for USC was ranked No. 1 in the nation by Prep Volleyball while the 2011 recruiting class was ranked 10th overall. Nollan spent four seasons (2004-07) at Pepperdine where the Waves registered a 63-50 overall record, making three trips to the NCAA Tournament. He assisted Pepperdine in landing back-to-back Top 10 recruiting classes with the No. 10 class in 2005 according to Volleyball Magazine and the No. 7 class in 2006 according to PrepVolleyball.com. He helped with another Top 10 class as the 2008 group was ranked No. 8 by Volleyball Magazine. He served as a volunteer assistant coach for the Women of Troy during the team's 2003 national championship season. At the club level, Nollan guided his Club Troy 16's to a bronze medal at the 2012 Junior Olympics. Previous, Nollan took his Sports Shack team to the 2007 Reno Festival title at the 16-1 division. In 2008, his team finished second at the Reno Festival while his 2009 16-1 team finished in the top ten regionally and qualified for the Junior Olympics. He previously served as head coach in their 18-year-old division for

four years (1999-2003). Since the 2003-04 season, he has guided the 14-Under girls team, with the 2005 squad posting a seventh-place finish at the Reno Festival. Nollan was the head coach for the boys' varsity volleyball team at Campbell Hall High in North Hollywood, where he graduated in 1996. He began working with the volleyball teams there in 1998 when he was hired as the girls' volleyball varsity assistant coach. That season, he helped lead the team to the CIF Southern Section semifinals. In 1999, he added to his responsibilities as the boys' junior varsity head coach. Nollan was promoted to head coach of both the girls and boys varsity volleyball teams in August 1999. As head coach, he guided the 1999 girls' squad and the 2002 boys' squad to the CIF Southern Section quarterfinals and led his boys' squad to the 1999 Delphic League championship. He graduated from USC in 2000 with a bachelor's degree in international relations and a minor in psychology. He earned his master's degree from Pepperdine in 2007 in educational technology. Nollan and his wife, Kristen, reside in La Canada, Calif., with their daughters, Avery and Emma Jane, and their dog Poppy.

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Coaching Staff

Cookie Stevens Assistant Coach • 8th Season at USC • Florida International '81

Coaching Resume • Assistant Coach - USC (2005-Present) • Head Coach - Florida International (1999-2004) • Head Coach - Westminster Christian High Miami, Fla. (1997-99) • Head Coach - Miami-Dade Community College (1979-97)

Playing Resume • San Diego State (1977-78)

Dulcie “Cookie” Stevens begins her eighth season at USC. She is in charge of training the middle blockers while also assisting with recruiting and general administrative duties. Stevens spent six seasons (1999-2004) as the head coach at Florida International, where she guided the Golden Panthers to an appearance in the 2001 NCAA Tournament. She was named 2001 AVCA South Region Coach of the Year, as well as the Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year after FIU finished with a 24-8 record. Prior to her stint at FIU, she was the head boys and girls coach at Westminster Christian High in Miami for two years (1997-1999), where she led the Warriors to two district championships and two Southern Conference crowns while advancing to the regional finals. Before that, Stevens served as head coach at Miami-Dade Community College for 18 seasons (1979-1997). She compiled an impressive 540 total victories in 21 seasons at Miami-Dade, where she was twice honored as National Junior College Athletic

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Association National Coach of the Year (1986-1989) and 1988 AVCA Coach of the Year. She coached 18 JC All-Americans, four NJCAA National Tournament most valuable players and three Academic AllAmericans while winning eight consecutive state championships and two national titles. She played for two years as a middle blocker at San Diego State (1977-1978) where she earned AllAmerica honors and was voted as the team’s most valuable player in 1978. She earned a bachelor’s degree from FIU in 1981 and a master’s degree in 1989 from Nova Southeastern University. In the summer of 2007, she coached her 15 Open SCVC club team to the gold medal at the Junior Olympics. Stevens and her husband, Pete, have two sons, Sam and Tyler. Sam completed his volleyball career at Ohio State in 2007 and works at USC in the Viterbi Engineering department as a computer programmer while Tyler transferred to USC from Ohio State and graduated with a degree in communications and minor in screen writing in 2010.


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John Xie Assistant Coach • 8th Season at USC

Coaching Resume • Assistant Coach - USC (2005-Present) • Court Coach - U.S. Women's National Team (2010) • Assistant Coach - SCVC

John Xie (pronounced 'Shay') begins his eighth season as volunteer assistant coach for the Women of Troy. He was the court coach for the U.S. Women's National Team last summer as well as an assistant coach at the club level for the 2010 Boys Junior Olympics (gold medal for the 15-under open team and bronze medal for the 17-under open team). In the summer of 2007, Xie served as a court coach for the U.S. Men's National Team and assistant coach for the U.S. Youth A2 squad. He has coached with SCVC, serving as an assistant coach in 2011 for the 17 QS squad that won the gold medal at the Junior Nationals and the 16 QS squad that won the bronze medal. He was the head coach for the U.S. Youth A2 Blue Team that won the gold medal at the Girls' International Youth Tournament. Xie spent four seasons (2001-04) with the Impact Volleyball Club, including head coaching duties last year for the 15-2 girls' team and serving as assistant

coach for the 18-1 girls' team. He also served as head trainer for SCVC in 2006. After playing on the 1999 men's club team at Ohio State, Xie moved to southern California and attended Cal State Fullerton for two years. He served as a volunteer coach for the Servite High boys' team in 2001 before spending the 2002 and 2003 seasons as the assistant varsity and junior varsity head coach at Fullerton (Calif.) High where the team won their first-ever Freeway League championship both years. In 2004, he served as the assistant varsity and junior varsity head coach at El Dorado High in Placentia, Calif., where his squads won the Empire League championship. He played four years at Hoover High (1995-98) in Glendale.

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Support Staff

Katie Olsovsky

Abigail Wonnell

Director of Operations • 2nd Season at USC

Athletic Trainer • 1st Season at USC

Katie Olsovsky returned to USC as director of volleyball operations for the 2011 season and now enters her second year in that position. She was a member of USC's national championship squads in 2002 and 2003, capping a four-year career where she was an All-American in 2002 (AVCA second team) and Volleyball Magazine All-American honorable mention in 2000 and 2001. During her career at USC, she was been named Pac-10 Player of the Week four times, once honored as National Player of the Week, named to three NCAA Regional All-Tournament teams, four AVCA All-Region teams and set five different USC match records for attack percentage. Most Women of Troy fans will remember her for providing the match-winning kill against Stanford for the 2002 NCAA Championship in New Orleans, La., and was named to the 2002 NCAA Championship All-Tournament team.

Kendall Bateman

Brent Metz

Graduate Manager • 1st Season at USC

Strength and Conditioning Coach • 6th Season at USC

A two-time All-American setter for the Women of Troy, Kendall Bateman enters her first season as the program's graduate manager. Bateman finished her career as one of the top setters in USC history, and holds the school record for career assists (4,510). As a senior, she was named the Pac-12's Setter of the Year as she helped guide the Trojans to the second of back-to-back appearances in the NCAA national semifinal match. She is also rated fifth in USC's career assists per set (11.25 aps) and is sixth on USC's single-season assists records (1,395). She received a degree in business from the Marshall School of Business in 2012 and is working towards completion of a masters degree in communication management from the Annenberg School for Communication.

Jason Kennedy Technical Coordinator • 2nd Season at USC Jason Kennedy is in his second season as technical coordinator for the women's and men's volleyball programs. Kennedy, a native of Honolulu, Hawaii, coached for four seasons (2007-10) at Los Altos (Calif.) High as the team earned sectional playoff berths every year. He coached at the club level for two seasons as head coach for the 17's team for Eclipse Volleyball Club in Palo Alto with the team winning a regional championship in 2010. He was a setter and team captain at Santa Clara (2004-07) where he received his bachelor's degree in biology and psychology. He earned his master's degree in sport management from the University of San Francisco in 2009.

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Abigail Wonnell joined the USC Athletic Medicine staff in the summer of 2012 and begins her first season as the athletic trainer for the Women of Troy. Previously, Abbie was at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., where she served as an assistant athletic trainer from 2009-12. Her primary assignment was with the baseball teams. While there, she also assisted with tennis, golf, lacrosse, football, basketball, and soccer. Abbie holds a master’s degree from the University of Kentucky in Kinesiology and Health Promotion. While at UK, she was the head athletic trainer for the women’s gymnastics team from 2006-08. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida in Applied Physiology & Kinesiology and was an athletic training student with the baseball, football, and swimming & diving teams from 2002-06. Abbie has been NATABOC (National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Certification) certified since 2006.

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Brent Metz begins his sixth season as strength and conditioning coach for the USC women's volleyball program. Based out of the Galen Center, Metz also works with the men's volleyball teams and the men's and women's basketball teams. He has worked with four volleyball Final Four teams while at USC (women's in 2007 and 2010 and men's in 2009 and 2011). Metz worked at the University of Texas before his current stint at USC, working with the women's volleyball and football teams. During his time in Texas, he worked with seven volleyball All-Americans and 28 football players that would later play in the NFL. He served as strength and conditioning intern at Fresno State for all 18 sports before his full-time position at Texas after four years of teaching and coaching at Everett Alvarez High School in Salinas, Calif. Metz graduated from Colorado State in 1996 with a bachelor's degree in wildlife biology and master's in cross cultural education. He spent five years as a biologist, conducting research for Predatory Bird Research Group at UC Santa Cruz.


Support Staff

Mike Voight

Umberto Gatti

Sports Psychologist

Student Manager

Mike Voight, Ph. D., begins his 15th season as the team's sport psychologist and team consultant. He aids the team with team building, leadership effectiveness and mental toughness programs. Training includes performance enhancement (strategies for improved preparation and execution) as well as team effectiveness meetings, follow-up and accountability meetings. Voight is an assistant professor in the physical education/human performance department at Central Connecticut State. Prior to his current position, he was a lecturer in the physical education and kinesiology departments at USC. He was a consultant for many teams at USC, including the volleyball, football and basketball programs. He participates in many national and international conferences, utilizing his research and presenting his applied work. He has many published articles in various sport psychology, sport science and coaching journals. He also is the series editor for a complete line of mental toughness training books through Coaches Choice Publishing.

Umberto "Umbi" Gatti is in his first season as the student manager for the Women of Troy. A thirdyear student at the Marshall School of Business, Gatti transferred to USC from Wichita State. As a player, Gatti played middle blocker for Italy's Volley Altair Club as well as Volley Dueville. He also served as an assistant coach for his uncle's club Volley Altopiano. Gatti aspires to pursue a career in sport management when he completes his education.

Jill McNitt-Gray Biomechanics Consultant Jill McNitt-Gray has served as a biomechanics consultant for the women's volleyball program since 1992. Her research focuses on the neuromuscular control and dynamics of human movements and aims to identify risk factors. She helps to develop effective methods for performance enhancement for individuals with various ability levels especially elite athletes. She is a professor at USC in the kinesiology, biological sciences and biomedical engineering departments. She is also the director of the Biomechanics Research Laboratory and is the founding director of a cross-cutting interdisciplinary graduate program. McNitt-Gray was a member and captain of the field hockey and women's gymnastics teams at Miami University (Ohio), where she earned her bachelor's degree in mathematics and statistics. She returned to graduate school at North Carolina and Penn State and has been a consultant for many programs involving the U.S. Olympic Committee. She is the mother of two children and married to Mike McNitt-Gray, a current professor at UCLA.

Rosa Andrade

Ricky Hang

Athletic Ticket Manager

Biomechanics Assistant

Donna Heinel

Sean Jordan

Kristy Morell

Erik Perea

Jessica Dugaw

Senior Women's Administrator

Marketing

Nutritionist

Assistant Equipment Manager / Galen Center

Development

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2011 Season Review 2011 Overall Statistics PLAYER Alex Jupiter Katie Fuller Lauren Williams Sara Shaw Hannah Schraer Kirby Burnham Alexis Olgard Natasa Siljkovic Emily Young Kendall Bateman Natalie Hagglund Erin Yoder Hayley Crone Bria Russ

ATTACK SET SERVE DIG BLOCKING S K K/St TA Pct A A/St SA SA/St DIG D/St BS BA Tot B/St PTS P/St 115 514 4.47 1,297 .265 13 0.11 57 0.50 360 3.13 34 29 63 0.55 619.5 5.39 116 328 2.83 833 .257 21 0.18 19 0.16 197 1.70 3 51 54 0.47 375.5 3.24 113 303 2.68 592 .385 2 0.02 0 0.00 23 0.20 11 79 90 0.80 353.5 3.13 103 215 2.09 663 .216 11 0.11 15 0.15 245 2.38 14 16 30 0.29 252 2.45 76 133 1.75 266 .383 0 0.00 0 0.00 15 0.20 13 32 45 0.59 162 2.13 42 72 1.71 216 .259 8 0.19 5 0.12 65 1.55 0 9 9 0.21 81.5 1.94 56 94 1.68 206 .388 1 0.02 0 0.00 10 0.18 10 37 47 0.84 122.5 2.19 14 13 0.93 26 .346 0 0.00 0 0.00 3 0.21 1 4 5 0.36 16 1.14 24 16 0.67 39 .308 1 0.04 0 0.00 4 0.17 0 4 4 0.17 18 0.75 116 30 0.26 71 .268 1,395 12.03 8 0.07 243 2.09 3 43 46 0.40 62.5 0.54 116 1 0.01 3 .333 82 0.71 21 0.18 596 5.14 0 0 0 0.00 22 0.19 78 0 0.00 0 .000 11 0.14 5 0.06 34 0.44 0 0 0 0.00 5 0.06 21 0 0.00 0 .000 37 1.76 1 0.05 10 0.48 0 0 0 0.00 1 0.05 58 0 0.00 3 -1.000 4 0.07 8 0.14 29 0.50 0 0 0 0.00 8 0.14

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116 1,719 14.82 4,215 0.286 1,586 13.67 139 1.20 1,834 15.81 89 304 241 2.08 2,099 18.09 116 1,421 12.25 4,158 0.183 1,335 11.51 75 0.65 1,724 14.86 34 416 242 2.09 1,738 14.98

2011 Pac-12 Conference Statistics ATTACK SET SERVE DIG BLOCKING PLAYER S K K/St TA Pct A A/St SA SA/St DIG D/St BS BA Total B/St PTS P/St Alex Jupiter 70 306 4.37 752 .283 3 0.04 39 0.56 209 2.99 22 21 43 0.61 377.5 5.39 Katie Fuller 70 216 3.09 530 .255 15 0.21 8 0.11 124 1.77 1 33 34 0.49 241.5 3.45 Lauren Williams 69 182 2.64 364 .371 1 0.01 0 0.00 18 0.26 7 51 58 0.84 214.5 3.11 Sara Shaw 66 164 2.48 466 .245 7 0.11 12 0.18 162 2.45 8 9 17 0.26 188.5 2.86 Hannah Schraer 47 87 1.85 183 .333 0 0.00 0 0.00 10 0.21 6 17 23 0.49 101.5 2.16 Alexis Olgard 35 55 1.57 122 .385 1 0.03 0 0.00 7 0.20 7 20 27 0.77 72 2.06 Kirby Burnham 19 28 1.47 73 .301 2 0.11 2 0.11 27 1.42 0 3 3 0.16 31.5 1.66 Natasa Siljkovic 8 9 1.12 15 .533 0 0.00 0 0.00 1 0.12 1 3 4 0.50 11.5 1.44 Emily Young 15 10 0.67 25 .240 1 0.07 0 0.00 2 0.13 0 3 3 0.20 11.5 0.77 Kendall Bateman 70 20 0.29 41 .317 873 12.47 5 0.07 141 2.01 3 22 25 0.36 39 0.56 Natalie Hagglund 70 1 0.01 2 .500 56 0.80 11 0.16 363 5.19 0 0 0 0.00 12 0.17 Erin Yoder 48 0 0.00 0 .000 10 0.21 2 0.04 19 0.40 0 0 0 0.00 2 0.04 Hayley Crone 15 0 0.00 0 .000 30 2.00 0 0.00 9 0.60 0 0 0 0.00 0 0.00 Bria Russ 38 0 0.00 2 -1.000 3 0.08 6 0.16 14 0.37 0 0 0 0.00 6 0.16 USC Opponents

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70 1,078 15.40 2,575 0.292 1,002 14.31 85 1.21 1,106 15.80 55 182 146 2.09 1309 18.70 70 830 11.86 2,477 0.172 774 11.06 42 0.60 1,009 14.41 18 265 150.5 2.15 1022.5 14.61

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2011 Season Review 2011 Match Results

Overall Record: 29-5 Pac-12 Record: 20-2 Home: 12-1 Away: 13-2 Neutral: 4-2 3-Set Matches: 22-3 4-Set Matches: 4-0 5-Set Matches: 3-2 Date

Opponent

Aug. 26

vs. #12 Minnesota !

Score 3-2

Score-by-Set 23-25,24-26,25-13,25-21,15-7

Overall Conference Time 1-0

2:36

Attend. 3,710

Aug. 27

at #1 Penn State !

2-3

25-21,25-21,20-25,22-25,8-15

1-1

2:29

6,165

Sept. 2

vs. UCF $

0-3

16-25,20-25,22-25

1-2

1:29

300

Sept. 2

at Florida Gulf Coast $

3-0

25-11,25-13,25-6

2-2

1:05

1,896

Sept. 3

vs. Furman $

3-0

25-18,25-22,25-21

3-2

1:28

270

Sept. 4

vs. Clemson %

3-0

25-17,25-18,25-13

4-2

1:22

460

Sept. 6

at Cal State Northridge

3-0

25-16,25-20,25-21

5-2

1:34

423

Sept. 9

#8 UCLA *

0-3

19-25,17-25,17-25

5-3

0-1

1:22

5,385

Sept. 16

at #4 Washington *

3-0

25-20,28-26,25-20

6-3

1-1

1:35

2,451

Sept. 17

at Washington State *

3-0

25-17,25-15,25-11

7-3

2-1

1:05

693

Sept. 23

#1 CALIFORNIA *

3-0

25-23,25-20,25-22

8-3

3-1

1:30

1,411

Sept. 24

#2 STANFORD *

3-0

25-23,26-24,25-23

9-3

4-1

1:32

1,309

Sept. 30

at Colorado *

3-0

25-21,25-21,25-18

10-3

5-1

1:22

923

Oct. 2

at Utah *

3-0

25-13,25-14,25-19

11-3

6-1

1:18

566

Oct. 7

at Arizona *

3-0

27-25,25-21,25-19

12-3

7-1

1:31

1,487

Oct. 8

at Arizona State *

3-1

22-25,25-17,25-20,29-27

13-3

8-1

2:00

1,463

Oct. 14

#16 OREGON *

3-1

25-15,25-27,25-23,25-21

14-3

9-1

1:52

1,365

Oct. 15

OREGON STATE *

3-0

25-12,25-14,25-15

15-3

10-1

1:06

972

Oct. 21

UTAH *

3-0

25-15,25-21,25-14

16-3

11-1

1:09

684

Oct. 22

COLORADO *

3-0

25-18,25-14,25-17

17-3

12-1

1:02

462

Oct. 28

at #5 Stanford *

0-3

18-25,14-25,23-25

17-4

12-2

1:27

2,395

Oct. 29

at #2 California *

3-0

25-15,25-17,25-22

18-4

13-2

1:32

1,739

Nov. 4

WASHINGTON STATE *

3-0

25-21,25-8,25-16

19-4

14-2

1:10

517

Nov. 5

#10 WASHINGTON *

3-0

25-15,25-16,25-21

20-4

15-2

1:20

2,612

Nov. 11

at Oregon State *

3-0

25-21,25-18,25-16

21-4

16-2

1:19

957

Nov. 12

at #20 Oregon *

3-0

25-21,25-17,25-23

22-4

17-2

1:43

1,692

Nov. 18

ARIZONA STATE *

3-1

25-17,19-25,25-20,25-12

23-4

18-2

1:45

1,009

Nov. 19

ARIZONA *

3-0

25-14,25-18,25-21

24-4

19-2

1:19

1,235

Nov. 25

at #4 UCLA *

3-1

24-26,26-24,25-21,25-20

25-4

20-2

2:17

2,087

Dec. 2

YALE ^

3-0

25-13,25-13,25-18

26-4

1:14

1,215

Dec. 3

TULSA ^

3-0

25-10,25-20,25-19

27-4

1:24

1,013

Dec. 9

at #3 Hawai'i #

3-2

19-25,29-27,19-25,25-23,15-12

28-4

2:33

10,300

Dec. 10

vs. #18 Pepperdine #

3-2

25-16,26-28,19-25,25-19,15-10

29-4

2:24

9,446

Dec. 15

vs. #7 Illinois @

2-3

27-25,18-25,22-25,25-18,10-15

29-5

2:33

10,525

* - Pac-12 match Bold - Home match at Galen Center ! - Rockvale Outlets AVCA College Volleyball Showcase - University Park, Pa. $ - FGCU Homewood Suites Volleyball Invitational - Fort Myers, Fla. % - Orlando VB Academy - Orlando, Fla. ^ - NCAA First and Second Rounds - Galen Center - Los Angeles, Calif. # - NCAA Regional - Honolulu, Hawai'i @ - NCAA Final Four - Alamodome - San Antonio, Texas

Kendall Bateman

Attendance Dates Total Average Total 34 79,137 2,328 Home 13 19,189 1,476 Away 15 35,237 2,349 Neutral 6 24,711 4,118

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2011 Season Review USC Team Match-By-Match Date Opponent SP K TA Pct A SA DIG BS BA TB Points Aug. 26 vs. Minnesota 5 63 159 .289 60 6 58 4 14 11 80.0 Aug. 27 at Penn State 5 64 155 .265 55 4 60 2 8 6 74.0 Sept. 2 vs. UCF 3 31 104 .135 27 2 35 1 10 6 39.0 Sept. 2 at Florida Gulf Coast 3 47 78 .538 45 9 37 4 4 6 62.0 Sept. 3 vs. Furman 3 54 119 .378 49 3 41 2 4 4 61.0 Sept. 4 vs. Clemson 3 45 105 .305 40 3 47 3 6 6 54.0 Sept. 6 at Cal State Northridge 3 43 115 .200 38 4 62 1 12 7 54.0 Sept. 9 UCLA 3 38 114 .140 33 1 41 2 4 4 43.0 Sept. 16 at Washington 3 48 129 .240 47 2 68 3 2 4 54.0 Sept. 17 at Washington State 3 50 94 .447 42 5 36 2 6 5 60.0 Sept. 23 CALIFORNIA 3 51 133 .271 43 1 53 3 10 8 60.0 Sept. 24 STANFORD 3 48 138 .138 45 3 56 0 14 7 58.0 Sept. 30 at Colorado 3 48 118 .271 43 2 57 2 2 3 53.0 Oct. 2 at Utah 3 45 90 .400 42 5 46 4 4 6 56.0 Oct. 7 at Arizona 3 47 107 .364 43 6 36 2 6 5 58.0 4 66 196 .230 64 4 87 4 18 13 83.0 Oct. 8 at Arizona State Oct. 14 OREGON 4 58 161 .242 56 4 72 2 14 9 71.0 Oct. 15 OREGON STATE 3 45 101 .356 43 7 44 2 14 9 61.0 Oct. 21 UTAH 3 49 98 .357 47 5 35 2 4 4 58.0 Oct. 22 COLORADO 3 44 89 .371 41 5 44 3 4 5 54.0 Oct. 28 at Stanford 3 41 124 .161 39 1 54 3 2 4 46.0 Oct. 29 at California 3 48 113 .319 44 4 51 4 10 9 61.0 Nov. 4 WASHINGTON STATE 3 44 87 .368 43 6 42 2 8 6 56.0 Nov. 5 WASHINGTON 3 46 105 .343 42 3 51 0 12 6 55.0 Nov. 11 at Oregon State 3 45 110 .327 41 4 48 3 6 6 55.0 Nov. 12 at Oregon 3 52 103 .359 49 9 40 3 4 5 66.0 Nov. 18 ARIZONA STATE 4 60 137 .336 58 3 57 1 16 9 72.0 Nov. 19 ARIZONA 3 50 84 .488 47 2 34 1 8 5 57.0 Nov. 25 at UCLA 4 55 144 .208 50 3 54 7 14 14 72.0 Dec. 2 YALE 3 44 103 .350 40 6 58 2 6 5 55.0 Dec. 3 TULSA 3 48 113 .372 41 2 52 1 12 7 57.0 Dec. 9 at Hawai'i 5 67 194 .211 63 4 88 7 14 14 85.0 Dec. 10 vs. Pepperdine 5 62 193 .223 56 8 103 4 20 14 84.0 Dec. 15 vs. Illinois 5 73 202 .233 70 3 87 3 12 9 85.0 USC 116 1,719 4,215 .286 1,586 139 1,834 89 304 241 2,099 Opponent 116 1,421 4,158 .183 1,335 75 1,724 34 416 242 1,738

USC Team Stats Sets played: ....................................................... 116 Kills per set: ....................................................14.82 Assists per set: ..............................................13.67 Service aces per set: ..................................... 1.20 Digs per set: ...................................................15.81 Blocks per set: ................................................. 2.08 Points per set: ...............................................18.09

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2011 Season Review 2011 Honors/Awards Kendall Bateman AVCA All-America first team AVCA All-Pacific Region Pac-12 Conference Setter of the Year All-Pac-12 Conference NCAA Honolulu Regional all-tournament team Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 26)

Katie Fuller AVCA Pacific Region honorable mention All-Pac-12 Conference Team honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention

Natalie Hagglund AVCA All-America first team AVCA All-America first team Pac-12 Conference Libero of the Year AVCA All-Pacific Region All-Pac 12 Conference Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention

Alex Jupiter AVCA All-America first team Honda Sports Award AVCA National Player of the Year Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year AVCA All-Pacific Region All-Pac-12 Conference NCAA Final Four all-tournament team NCAA Honolulu Regional (MVP) NCAA Honolulu Regional all-tournament team Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 14) FGCU Homewood Suites Invitational all-tournament team Rockvale Outlets/AVCA Showcase all-tournament team

Hannah Schraer

Individual Match Highs Attack Percentage (min. 12 kills)..............611 (12-1-18)............................Lauren Williams vs. Furman (Sept. 3) Kills.................................................................. 33 (33-13-74), 5s.................................... Alex Jupiter at Hawai'i (Dec. 9) Kills (3 sets).......................................................19 (19-3-39).....................................Alex Jupiter vs. Furman (Sept. 3) Kills (4 sets).......................................................22 (22-6-51).................................... Alex Jupiter vs. Oregon (Oct. 14) Kills (5 sets)..................................................... 33 (33-13-74)....................................... Alex Jupiter at Hawai'i (Dec. 9) Total Attacks................................................ 83 (32-12-83), 5s.................................. Alex Jupiter vs. Illinois (Dec. 15) Total Attacks (3 sets)......................................41 (15-6-41)................................ Alex Jupiter vs. Stanford (Sept. 24) Total Attacks (4 sets)......................................62 (15-8-62).............................Alex Jupiter at Arizona State (Oct. 8) Total Attacks (5 sets).................................... 83 (32-12-83)..................................... Alex Jupiter vs. Illinois (Dec. 15) Points............................................................ 37.5 (33-2-2.5), 5s................................... Alex Jupiter at Hawai'i (Dec. 9) Points (3 sets)................................................ 22.0 (18-2-2.0)..................................Alex Jupiter vs. Arizona (Nov. 19) Points (4 sets)................................................ 26.0 (22-2-2.0).................................. Alex Jupiter vs. Oregon (Oct. 14) Points (5 sets)................................................ 37.5 (33-2-2.5)...................................... Alex Jupiter at Hawai'i (Dec. 9) Assists.......................................................................65, 5s...................................Kendall Bateman vs. Illinois (Dec. 15) Assists (3 sets)........................................................... 46.................................... Kendall Bateman at Oregon (Nov. 12) Assists (4 sets)........................................................... 60............................ Kendall Bateman at Arizona State (Oct. 8) Assists (5 sets)........................................................... 65......................................Kendall Bateman vs. Illinois (Dec. 15) Digs............................................................................33, 4s........................ Natalie Hagglund at Arizona State (Oct. 8) Digs (3 sets)............................................................... 30......................... Natalie Hagglund at Washington (Sept. 16) Digs (4 sets)............................................................... 33........................... Natalie Hagglund at Arizona State (Oct. 8) Digs (5 sets)............................................................... 32.......................... Natalie Hagglund vs. Pepperdine (Dec. 10) Aces............................................................................... 5................................................Alex Jupiter at Oregon (Nov. 12) ................................................................................................................................... Alex Jupiter vs. Peppedine (Dec. 10) Blocks....................................................................... 7 (2-5)...........................Lauren Williams at Arizona State (Oct. 8)

Team Match Highs Attack Percentage.........................................538 (47-5-78)..........................................at Florida Gulf Coast (Sept. 2) Kills.................................................................73 (73-26-202), 5s..........................................................vs. Illinois (Dec. 15) Kills (3 sets)..................................................... 54 (54-9-119)............................................................ vs. Furman (Sept. 3) Kills (4 sets)....................................................66 (66-21-196)....................................................at Arizona State (Oct. 8) Kills (5 sets)....................................................73 (73-26-202).............................................................vs. Illinois (Dec. 15)

Pac-12 All-Freshman Team honorable mention

Total Attacks..............................................202 (73-26-202), 5s.........................................................vs. Illinois (Dec. 15)

Lauren Williams

Total Attacks (4 sets)..................................196 (66-21-196)...................................................at Arizona State (Oct. 8)

AVCA All-America third team AVCA All-Pacific Region All-Pac-12 Conference Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 7)

Total Attacks (3 sets)..................................138 (48-29-138)...................................................... vs. Stanford (Sept. 24) Total Attacks (5 sets)..................................202 (73-26-202)............................................................vs. Illinois (Dec. 15) Assists.......................................................................70, 5s......................................................................vs. Illinois (Dec. 15) Assists (3 sets)........................................................... 49........................................................................at Oregon (Nov. 12) ................................................................................................................................................................... vs. Furman (Sept. 3)

Erin Yoder Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention

Head Coach Mick Haley AVCA Pacific Region Coach of the Year Pac-12 Conference Coach of the Year

Assists (4 sets)........................................................... 64................................................................at Arizona State (Oct. 8) Assists (5 sets)........................................................... 70.........................................................................vs. Illinois (Dec. 15) Digs...........................................................................103, 5s.......................................................... vs. Pepperdine (Dec. 10) Digs (3 sets)............................................................... 68..............................................................at Washington (Sept. 16) Digs (4 sets)............................................................... 87................................................................at Arizona State (Oct. 8) Digs (5 sets)..............................................................103........................................................................vs. Illinois (Dec. 15) Aces............................................................................... 9......................................................at Florida Gulf Coast (Sept. 2) ....................................................................................................................................................................at Oregon (Nov. 12) Blocks......................................................................... 14.0..........................................................................at UCLA (Nov. 25) .......................................................................................................................................................................at Hawai'i (Dec. 9) .......................................................................................................................................................... vs. Pepperdine (Dec. 10)

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2011 Season Review

2011 Final Pac-12 Conference Standings

USC *$ UCLA % California ^ Washington ^ Stanford ^ Oregon ^ Arizona ^ Oregon State Utah Arizona State Washington State Colorado

W 20 17 16 15 15 14 11 8 6 5 4 1

L 2 5 6 7 7 8 11 14 16 17 18 21

CONFERENCE PCT HOME .909 10-1 .773 9-2 .727 7-4 .682 9-2 .682 8-3 .636 7-4 .500 6-5 .364 5-6 .273 3-8 .227 4-7 .182 3-8 .045 1-10

AWAY 10-1 8-3 9-2 6-5 7-4 7-4 5-6 3-8 3-8 1-10 1-10 0-11

W 29 30 26 24 22 21 19 16 11 9 12 6

L 5 6 7 8 8 10 13 16 20 22 20 24

OVERALL PCT HOME AWAY NEUT .853 12-1 13-2 4-2 .833 12-2 10-4 8-0 .788 14-4 10-2 2-1 .750 11-2 8-6 5-0 .733 13-4 8-4 1-0 .677 10-4 10-4 1-2 .594 10-5 7-7 2-1 .500 8-6 5-8 3-2 .355 6-11 4-8 1-1 .290 6-8 1-12 2-2 .375 6-8 3-10 3-2 .200 3-10 1-11 2-3

* Pac-12 regular-season champ. | % NCAA Champion | $ NCAA semifinalist | ^ NCAA Tournament participant

2011 All-Pac-12 Player, Team Position Kendall Bateman, USC S Alaina Bergsma, ORE OH Meagan Ganzer, WSU OH Natalie Hagglund, USC L Cursty Jackson, ARIZ MB Alex Jupiter, USC*** OH Rachael Kidder, UCLA OH Tarah Murrey, CAL** OH Lauren Plum, ORE S Kelly Reeves, UCLA OH Bianca Rowland, WASH MB Lauren Williams, USC** MB Rachel Williams, STAN OH Carly Wopat, STAN MB ** two-time selection, *** three-time selection

Height 5-11 6-3 6-3 5-9 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-0 6-2

Year Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. So. So.

Hometown Manhattan Beach, Calif. Chandler, Ariz. Black Diamond, Wash. Encinitas, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Paris, France Moorpark, Calif. El Cerrito, Calif. Poway, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Lynwood, Wash. Houston, Texas Los Gatos, Calif. Santa Barbara, Calif.

Honorable Mention Kat Brown, CAL; Karissa Cook, STAN; Katie Fuller, USC; Lainey Gera, UCLA; Shannon Hawari, CAL; Correy Johnson, CAL; Courtney Karst, ARIZ; Tabi Love, UCLA; Arica Nassar, OSU; Robin Rostratter, CAL; Camille Saxton, OSU; Lauren Van Orden, UCLA; Krista Vansant, WASH; Ariana Williams, ORE.

2011 Pac-12 All-Freshman Team Player, Team Lydia Bai, STAN Liz Brenner, ORE Christina Higgins, CAL Madison Kingdon, ARIZ Chloe Mathis, ARIZ Arica Nassar, OSU Krista Vansant, WASH

Position OH OH OH OH S OH/MB OH

Height 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-2

Hometown Irvine, Calif. Portland, Ore. Inglewood, Calif. Phoenix, Ariz. La Jolla, Calif. Menifee, Calif. Redlands, Calif.

Honorable Mention: Zoe Nightingale, UCLA; Summer Ross, WASH; Chelsey Schofeld, UTAH; Hannah Schraer, USC; Nora Tuioti-Mariner, ASU. Pac-12 Player of the Year Pac-12 Freshman of the Year Pac-12 Coach of the Year Alex Jupiter, USC Krista Vansant, WASH Mick Haley, USC Pac-12 Libero of the Year Pac-12 Setter of the Year Natalie Hagglund, USC Kendall Bateman, USC 46

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2011 Season Review 2011 Pac-12 Conference Team Statistics Hitting Percentage 1. USC 2. California 3. Washington 4. UCLA 5. Stanford 6. Oregon 7. Arizona 8. Washington State 9. Utah 10. Oregon State 11. Arizona State 12. Colorado

Sets Kills 116 1719 116 1619 108 1417 128 1859 113 1574 114 1646 112 1511 122 1414 107 1290 120 1463 116 1462 109 1294

Errors Total Pct. 514 4215 .286 555 4068 .262 452 3833 .252 702 4621 .250 538 4174 .248 658 4192 .236 607 4057 .223 643 3847 .200 552 3852 .192 662 4260 .188 713 4368 .171 641 3854 .169

Blocks 1. Stanford 2. Washington 3. Utah 4. California 5. UCLA 6. Oregon State 7. Arizona State 8. USC 9. Arizona 10. Washington State 11. Oregon 12. Colorado

Sets 113 108 107 116 128 120 116 116 112 122 114 109

Opponent Hitting Percentage Sets Kills 1. California 116 1401 2. UCLA 128 1508 3. Stanford 113 1467 4. Washington 108 1379 5. USC 116 1421 6. Utah 107 1453 7. Oregon 114 1348 8. Oregon State 120 1562 9. Arizona 112 1382 10. Arizona State 116 1582 11. Colorado 109 1508 12. Washington State 122 1626

Errors Total Pct. 720 4321 .158 768 4627 .160 719 4391 .170 704 3893 .173 660 4158 .183 666 3956 .199 562 3914 .201 659 4326 .209 570 3876 .209 628 4278 .223 559 3815 .249 603 3984 .257

Service Aces 1. Washington 2. USC 3. Oregon 4. Washington State 5. Arizona 6. Oregon State 7. UCLA 8. Arizona State 8. California 10. Colorado 11. Stanford 12. Utah

Sets Aces SAPS 108 161 1.49 116 139 1.20 114 133 1.17 122 139 1.14 112 126 1.12 120 131 1.09 128 130 1.02 116 114 0.98 116 114 0.98 109 104 0.95 113 104 0.92 107 92 0.86

Digs 1. Stanford 2. California 3. UCLA 4. USC 5. Oregon 6. Arizona State 7. Oregon State 8. Arizona 9. Washington 10. Utah 11. Colorado 12. Washington State

Sets Digs DPS 113 1900 16.81 116 1897 16.35 128 2042 15.95 116 1834 15.81 114 1757 15.41 116 1785 15.39 120 1832 15.27 112 1671 14.92 108 1549 14.34 107 1509 14.10 109 1490 13.67 122 1465 12.01

Assists 1. UCLA 2. USC 3. Oregon 4. Stanford 5. California 6. Arizona 7. Washington 8. Arizona State 9. Oregon State 10. Utah 11. Colorado 12. Washington State

Sets Assists APS 128 1755 13.71 116 1586 13.67 114 1519 13.32 113 1495 13.23 116 1507 12.99 112 1396 12.46 108 1311 12.14 116 1350 11.64 120 1343 11.19 107 1194 11.16 109 1192 10.94 122 1320 10.82

Kills 1. USC 2. UCLA 3. Oregon 4. California 5. Stanford 6. Arizona 7. Washington 8. Arizona State 9. Oregon State 10. Utah 11. Colorado 12. Washington State

Sets Kills KPS 116 1719 14.82 128 1859 14.52 114 1646 14.44 116 1619 13.96 113 1574 13.93 112 1511 13.49 108 1417 13.12 116 1462 12.60 120 1463 12.19 107 1290 12.06 109 1294 11.87 122 1414 11.59

Solo Assists Total BPS 67 584 359 3.18 38 598 337 3.12 42 559 321 3.00 66 504 318 2.74 76 497 324 2.54 87 404 289 2.41 36 421 246 2.12 89 304 241 2.08 55 344 227 2.03 55 369 239 1.96 56 300 206 1.81 49 286 192 1.76

Alexis Olgard

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2011 Season Review 2011 Pac-12 Individual Conference Statistics Hitting Percentage (3.0 attacks per game) Player Team Sets Kills Errors Total Pct 1. Brown, Kat CAL 105 167 26 358 .394 2. Williams, Lauren USC 113 303 75 592 .385 3. Schraer, Hannah USC 76 133 31 266 .383 4. Wopat, Carly STAN 113 357 70 749 .383 5. Rowland, Bianca WASH 107 249 51 559 .354 6. Johnson, Correy CAL 100 241 61 509 .354 7. Hawari, Shannon CAL 102 273 83 564 .337 8. Barfield, Lauren WASH 106 170 46 379 .327 9. Aquino, Mariana UCLA 101 169 45 380 .326 10. Wilson, Erica ASU 116 275 93 560 .325

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Kills Player 1. Ganzer, Meagan 2. Kidder, Rachael 3. Bergsma, Alaina 4. Jupiter, Alex 5. Williams, Rachel 6. Murrey, Tarah 7. Schroeder, Kerra 8. Kastl, Ashley 9. Vansant, Krista 10. Saxton, Camille

Team Sets Kills KPS WSU 122 595 4.88 UCLA 122 574 4.70 ORE 113 510 4.51 USC 115 514 4.47 STAN 113 488 4.32 CAL 113 476 4.21 COLO 109 431 3.95 ASU 111 424 3.82 WASH 108 398 3.69 OSU 120 428 3.57

Assists Player 1. Bateman, Kendall 2. Plum, Lauren 3. Barrett, Elly 4. Cook, Karissa 5. Van Orden, Lauren 6. McCready, Shannan 7. Mathis, Chloe 8. Irwin, Camryn 9. Valentine, Alyssa 10. Sanders, Evan

Team USC ORE CAL STAN UCLA ASU ARIZ WSU COLO WASH

Sets Assists APS 116 1395 12.03 114 1330 11.67 116 1338 11.53 113 1279 11.32 122 1356 11.11 64 689 10.77 98 973 9.93 122 1183 9.70 85 818 9.62 102 794 7.78

Service Aces Player 1. Jupiter, Alex 2. Todorovic, Bojana 3. Saxton, Camille 4. Parker, Gabbi 5. Bergsma, Alaina 6. Ross, Summer 7. Orlandini, Jenna 8. Irwin, Camryn 9. Sanders, Evan 10. Odale, Morgan

Team USC UCLA OSU WASH ORE WASH WASH WSU WASH UTAH

Sets Aces SAPS 115 57 0.50 120 39 0.32 120 37 0.31 57 15 0.26 113 29 0.26 107 27 0.25 104 25 0.24 122 29 0.24 102 24 0.24 107 25 0.23

Blocks Player 1. Wopat, Carly 2. Rowland, Bianca 3. Redd, Erin 4. Killpack, Danielle 5. Barfield, Lauren 6. Markanovich, Sonja 7. Brown, Kat 8. Hawari, Shannon 9. Aquino, Mariana 10. Browne, Stephanie

Team STAN WASH UTAH UTAH WASH ASU CAL CAL UCLA STAN

Sets Solo Assists Total 113 7 177 184 107 9 152 161 107 10 137 147 106 7 133 140 106 10 123 133 69 5 76 81 105 9 114 123 102 17 102 119 101 3 110 113 64 8 62 70

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BPS 1.63 1.50 1.37 1.32 1.25 1.17 1.17 1.17 1.12 1.09

Points Player 1. Jupiter, Alex 2. Ganzer, Meagan 3. Kidder, Rachael 4. Bergsma, Alaina 5. Williams, Rachel 6. Murrey, Tarah 7. Schroeder, Kerra 8. Kastl, Ashley 9. Vansant, Krista 10. Saxton, Camille Digs Player 1. Preach, Stephanie 2. Hagglund, Natalie 3. Rostratter, Robin 4. Gera, Lainey 5. Defoe, Becky 6. Orlandini, Jenna 7. Jacob, Haley 8. Beckwith, Megan 9. Nicholson, Candace 10. Sim, Nikki

Lauren Williams

Team USC WSU UCLA ORE STAN CAL COLO ASU WASH OSU

Team ASU USC CAL UCLA OSU WASH ORE COLO ARIZ UTAH

Sets Kills Aces BS 115 514 57 34 122 595 28 12 122 574 12 21 113 510 29 12 113 488 20 20 113 476 21 16 109 431 23 12 111 424 12 8 108 398 24 5 120 428 37 8

Sets Digs DPS 116 610 5.26 116 596 5.14 112 571 5.10 125 615 4.92 120 555 4.62 104 479 4.61 114 500 4.39 103 428 4.16 103 406 3.94 104 405 3.89

BA Points PPS 29 619.5 5.39 43 656.5 5.38 65 639.5 5.24 55 578.5 5.12 66 561.0 4.96 41 533.5 4.72 32 482.0 4.42 42 465.0 4.19 47 450.5 4.17 48 497.0 4.14


Volleyball Hall Of Fame Inductees

1995

1996

1998

Debbie Green

Patti Lucas-Bright

Paula Weishoff

“Considered the best setter in the history of women’s volleyball”

“A true USC great before women’s volleyball was put on the map at Troy”

“Arguably the greatest middle blocker in women’s volleyball history”

• Inducted to the Volleyball Hall of Fame (1995) and AVCA Hall of Fame (2004)

(1941-2004)

• Inducted to the Volleyball Hall of Fame (1998)

• Inducted to the Volleyball Hall of Fame (1996)

• Selected to the Volleyball magazine All-Time Indoor Team

• Graduated from USC (’64) with a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a minor in English. Attended USC prior to 1976 – the first year volleyball was considered a scholarship sport

• Named To USA Volleyball’s 1978-2002 All-Era Team

• Selected to the Volleyball magazine All-Time Indoor Team (1995) • Named To USA Volleyball’s 1978-2002 All-Era Team • Led USC to 1976 and 1977 AIAW National Championship • 1977 USC women’s volleyball team was the first collegiate squad ever to go undefeated (38-0) and entire starting lineup earned All-America honors • A two-time U.S. Olympian Los Angeles, 1984 Moscow, 1980 • Coached for 23 years as women’s volleyball assistant coach at Long Beach State and groomed four All-American setters during her tenure.

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• A two-time U.S. Olympian Mexico City, 1968 Tokyo, 1964 • Five-year women’s volleyball head coach at Pepperdine (1973-77) • Longtime high school volleyball coach

• Led USC to 1980 AIAW National Championship • Named MVP of the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain • Only woman ever to be a member of three U.S. Women’s Volleyball Olympic Teams: Los Angeles, 1984 Seoul, 1988 Barcelona, 1992 • A 16-year member of the U.S. National team • Current head coach at UC Irvine and former seven-year assistant coach for the Women of Troy


Volleyball Hall Of Fame Inductees

2005

2006

2006

Lisa Love

Mick Haley

Sue Woodstra

“A long-time coach who is also a tremendous administrator and driving national force for the sport”

“An accomplished head coach with over 30 years of experience including four Division I national championships”

“One of USC's first All-Americans, she also was the U.S. team captain for the 1984 Olympics”

• Inducted to the AVCA Hall of Fame (2005)

• Inducted to the AVCA Hall of Fame (2006)

• Inducted to the AVCA Hall of Fame (2006)

• Compiled a 404-171 record in 17 seasons as head coach at the University of Texas at Arlington and was the AVCA Division I Coach of the Year in 1988

• During his tenure at Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek, Mich., he recorded four national men's and two national women's titles

• One of USC's first All-Americans, leading USC as an outside hitter to the 1977 AIAW Championship

• Guided the USC program (1989-1998) to a 205-93 overall record while also serving as associate athletic director (1991-2001). She led USC to nine NCAA Tournament berths and eight finishes in the national top 15

• In 17 seasons at Texas, he compiled a 522-137-1 record along with two national championships in 1981 and 1988. His titles were instrumental in expanding the sport to a national level in being the first non-West Coast team to win the title

• Served as AVCA president from 1997-98 and as the chair of the NCAA Division I Volleyball Committee. She worked on the AVCA All-America committee from 1987-89 and was a legislative representative to the AVCA Board from 1992-94. She was instrumental to the development and the direction of volleyball on a national scale • Current athletic director at Arizona State

• Served as the head coach for the U.S. Women's National Team (1997-2000), including a fourth-place finish at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia • Added two more national championships to his resume with back-to-back titles (2003 and 2004) with USC. His 2003 squad finished 35-0 as he earned his third National Coach of the Year honor while also putting together an NCAA-record 52-match winning streak from 2002 to 2004

• Captain for the 1984 U.S. Olympic Team, which earned the silver medal in Los Angeles. She was selected as a USVBA All-Time Great in 1993 and was named to the USAV All-Era Team • After her professional career, which included playing with the NEC Volleyball Team of the Japan League (1984-88), Woodstra turned to coaching with experience at the Division I and II levels. Currently, she is the head coach at Humboldt State University • During the summer of 2007, she briefly left her Humboldt State position to serve as assistant coach for the U.S. Women's National Team through the 2008 Olympics in China

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All-Americans Since the program's inception in 1976, USC boasts 34 All-Americans

#4 - Sue Woodstra (1977) Colton, Calif.

Outside Hitter 1977 1st Team 1980 Olympics 1984 Olympics

#20 - Terry Place (1976-77) Redondo Beach, Calif. (Redondo HS)

Middle Blocker 1976 1st Team 1977 1st Team 1980 Olympics 1984 Olympics

#11 - Lynne Luedke (1977) Brooklyn Park, Minn.

Outside Hitter 1977 1st Team

#5 - Debbie Landreth (1976-77) El Segundo, Calif.

Outside Hitter 1976 1st Team 1977 1st Team 1980 Olympics

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All-Americans

#10 - Debbie Green (1976-77) Westminster, Calif. (Westminster HS)

Setter

1976 1st Team 1977 1st Team 1980 Olympics 1984 Olympics

#2 - Paula Dittmer-Goodwin (1976-80) Huntington Beach, Calif. (Marina HS)

Setter

1976 1st Team 1978 1st Team 1979 1st Team 1980 1st Team

#13 - Star Clark (1977-78) Perris, Calif. (Perris HS)

Middle Blocker 1977 1st Team

#9 - Paula Weishoff (1980) Torrance, Calif. (West HS)

Middle Blocker 1980 1st Team 1984 Olympics 1992 Olympics (MVP) 1996 Olympics

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All-Americans

#5 - Cathy Stukel (1978-81) Champaign, Ill. (Champaign Central HS)

Setter

1978 1st Team 1979 1st Team 1980 1st Team 1981 1st Team

#4 - Dana Smith (1980-83) 29 Palms, Calif. (29 Palms HS)

1981 1st Team 1982 1st Team 1983 1st Team

Outside Hitter

Year M G K KPG E TA Pct. A SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 1980 12 --- 109 --- 39 280 .250 --- 8 --- --- 3-14-17 --1981 22 --- 298 --- 78 716 .307 --- 21 46 --- 15-30-45 --1982 24 --- 385 --- 134 838 .283 --- 24 30 --- 19-29-48 --1983 23 --- 287 --- 97 717 .265 --- 19 118 --- 8-34-42 --Career 81 --- 1,079 --- 348 2,551 .287 --- 72 --- --- 45-107-152 ---

#3 - Kim Ruddins (1981-85) Los Angeles, Calif. (Westchester HS)

1984 1st Team 1985 1st Team 1984 Olympics 1988 Olympics

Setter

Year M G K KPG E TA Pct. A SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 1981 23 --- 28 --- 10 81 .222 --- 20 17 --- 6-15-21 --.239 --- 20 37 --- 8-61-69 --1982 24 --- 67 --- 19 201 1984 26 --- 74 --- 20 193 .280 --- 28 239 --- 21-84-105 --1985 19 72 65 0.90 6 166 .355 888 13 192 2.67 6-82-88 1.22 Career 92 --- 234 --- 55 641 .279 --- 81 485 --- 41-242-283 ---

#10 - Tracy Clark - (1982-85) El Toro, Calif. (El Toro HS)

1982 1st Team 1983 1st Team 1984 1st Team 1985 1st Team

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Outside Hitter

Year M G K KPG E TA Pct. A SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 1982 24 --- 399 --- 113 810 .353 --- 24 32 --- 27-33-60 --1983 24 --- 346 --- 146 792 .253 --- 22 141 --- 17-32-49 --1984 25 --- 473 --- 189 1,066 .266 --- 35 296 --- 13-54-67 --1985 35 93 462 4.97 154 998 .309 22 25 317 3.41 20-50-70 0.75 Career 108 --- 1,680 --- 602 3,666 .294 --- 106 786 --- 77-169-246 ---

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#12 Stefanie Bodison (1988-91) Rockville, Md. (Montgomery HS)

1991 2nd Team

Middle Blocker

Year M G K KPG E TA Pct. A 1988 27 69 53 0.77 23 171 .175 0 1989 32 113 240 2.12 81 594 .268 16 1990 28 106 285 2.69 103 646 .282 10 1991 31 114 365 3.20 117 785 .316 18 Career 118 402 943 2.35 324 2,196 .282 44

SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 13 113 1.64 17-39-56 0.81 15 246 2.18 32-92-124 1.10 15 225 2.12 29-90-119 1.12 23 312 2.74 30-116-146 1.28 66 896 2.23 108-337-445 1.11

#5 - Cica Baccelli (1991-92) Sao Paolo, Brazil (Colegio Objetivo) Year 1991 1992 Career

Outside Hitter

M G K KPG E TA Pct. A 29 92 293 3.18 90 723 .281 41 30 103 432 4.19 108 1,030 .315 50 59 195 725 3.72 198 1,753 .301 91

SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 15 167 1.82 14-69-83 0.90 21 262 2.54 21-80-101 0.98 36 429 2.20 35-149-184 0.94

1992 2nd Team

#9 - Katie Haller (1990-93) Bakersfield, Calif. (Garces Memorial HS)

1992 2nd Team 1993 1st Team

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 Career

Outside Hitter

M G K KPG E TA Pct. A SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 28 87 208 2.39 107 658 .154 4 19 236 2.71 12-26-38 0.44 31 115 429 3.73 154 1,152 .239 19 29 489 4.25 7-43-50 0.43 30 107 427 3.99 125 1,196 .253 19 26 504 4.71 11-53-64 0.60 31 115 464 4.03 121 1,247 .275 30 33 473 4.11 9-41-50 0.43 120 424 1,528 3.60 507 4,253 .240 72 107 1,702 4.01 39-163-202 0.48

#15 - Meika Wagner (1991-94) Moreno Valley, Calif. (Notre Dame HS)

1993 2nd Team 1994 1st Team

Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 Career

Outside Hitter

M G K KPG E TA Pct. A 9 15 30 2.00 10 57 .351 1 30 106 338 3.19 139 730 .273 15 31 114 450 3.94 143 934 .329 19 30 105 451 4.30 143 854 .361 21 100 340 1,269 3.73 435 2,575 .324 56

SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 0 7 0.47 0-9-9 0.60 37 298 2.81 24-111-135 1.27 16 261 2.29 35-97-132 1.16 10 297 2.83 30-94-124 1.18 63 863 2.54 89-311-400 1.18

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All-Americans

#11 - Lauri Yust (1991-94) Houston, Texas (Elsik HS)

1994 2nd Team

Middle Blocker

Year M G K KPG E TA Pct. A SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 1991 28 101 175 1.73 66 424 .257 23 21 194 1.92 40-107-147 1.46 1992 23 65 65 1.00 44 183 .115 8 9 114 1.75 11-44-55 0.85 1993 31 115 319 2.77 105 696 .308 17 13 126 1.10 40-134-174 1.51 1994 28 94 345 3.67 89 667 .384 14 8 156 1.66 54-94-148 1.57 Career 110 375 904 2.41 304 1,970 .305 62 51 590 1.57 145-379-524 1.40

#3 - Kelly Kuebler (1992-95) Seal Beach, Calif. (Los Alamitos HS)

1994 2nd Team 1995 2nd Team

Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 Career

M G K KPG E TA Pct. A 29 100 239 2.39 119 775 .155 18 31 113 394 3.49 173 1,052 .210 10 26 94 341 3.63 103 787 .302 29 25 95 442 4.65 139 1,006 .301 19 111 402 1,416 3.52 534 3,620 .244 76

Outside Hitter SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 21 385 3.85 8-58-66 0.66 33 379 3.35 11-51-62 0.55 30 329 3.50 21-34-55 0.59 25 378 3.98 18-38-56 0.59 109 1,471 3.66 58-181-239 0.59

#10 - Jasmina Marinkovic (1995-98) Uzice, Serbia (Miodrag Milovanovic HS)

1997 1st Team 1998 2nd Team

Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 Career

M G K KPG E TA Pct. A 27 101 330 3.27 108 726 .306 7 30 104 433 4.16 112 891 .360 12 28 104 442 4.25 93 885 .394 13 29 103 494 4.80 128 1,041 .352 14 114 412 1,699 4.12 441 3,543 .355 46

Middle Blocker SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 7 116 1.15 48-87-135 1.34 11 111 1.07 37-106-143 1.38 25 131 1.26 25-127-152 1.46 19 146 1.42 21-110-131 1.27 62 504 1.22 131-430-561 1.36

#15 - Jennifer Kessy (1995-98) San Juan Capistrano, Calif. (Dana Hills HS)

1998 2nd Team

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M G K KPG E TA Pct. A 27 101 360 3.56 162 965 .205 19 30 103 408 3.96 198 1,091 .192 11 29 106 477 4.50 201 1,061 .260 29 30 105 554 5.28 189 1,239 .295 47 116 415 1,799 4.33 750 4,356 .241 106

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#26 Jennifer Pahl (1998-2001) Murrieta, Calif. (Linfield HS)

2000 2nd Team

Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 Career

Middle Blocker

M G K KPG E TA Pct. A 29 75 139 1.85 43 289 .332 2 30 107 362 3.38 128 798 .293 12 31 104 334 3.21 66 662 .405 4 29 97 249 2.57 63 469 .397 4 119 383 1,084 2.83 300 2,218 .353 22

SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 6 30 0.40 8-49-57 0.76 32 243 2.27 24-75-99 0.93 10 136 1.31 17-115-132 1.27 2 54 0.56 13-100-113 1.16 50 463 1.21 62-339-401 1.05

#14 - April Ross (2000-03) Newport Beach, Calif. (Newport Harbor HS)

2000 2nd Team 2002 1st Team 2003 1st Team

Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 Career

Outside Hitter

M G K KPG E TA Pct. A 32 107 396 3.70 126 956 .282 32 29 97 375 3.87 109 938 .284 28 32 107 386 3.61 111 960 .286 17 35 113 412 3.65 115 1,004 .296 26 128 424 1,569 3.70 461 3,858 .287 103

SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 38 327 3.06 10-57-67 0.63 21 299 3.08 12-47-59 0.61 46 321 3.00 11-58-69 0.64 59 356 3.15 28-51-79 0.70 164 1,303 3.07 61-213-274 0.65

#33 - Katie Olsovsky (2000-03) Torrance, Calif. (Bishop Montgomery HS)

2001 2nd Team

Middle Blocker

Year M G K KPG E TA Pct. A SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB BPG 2000 31 103 282 2.74 85 548 .359 30 13 79 0.77 30-92-122 1.18 2001 29 100 236 2.36 66 458 .371 20 12 200 2.00 24-100-124 1.24 2002 32 103 273 2.65 75 553 .358 60 22 117 1.14 29-97-126 1.22 2003 34 106 265 2.50 76 596 .317 12 4 129 1.22 8-96-104 0.98 Career 126 421 1,056 2.56 302 2,155 .350 122 51 525 1.27 91-385-476 1.16

#9 - Emily Adams (2001-04) Phoenix, Ariz. (Xavier College Prep)

2002 1st Team 2003 1st Team 2004 1st Team

Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 Career

Middle Blocker

M S K KPS TA Pct. A APS SA SAPS Digs DPS BS-BA-TB BPS PTS PPS 17 29 59 2.03 110 .418 5 0.17 1 0.03 4 0.14 8-13-21 0.72 74.5 2.55 32 102 310 3.04 581 .423 35 0.34 19 0.19 78 0.76 42-99-141 1.38 420.5 4.12 35 112 376 3.36 701 .431 31 0.28 24 0.21 91 0.81 40-116-156 1.39 498.0 4.45 29 106 318 3.00 664 .389 43 0.41 14 0.13 83 0.78 30-115-145 1.37 419.5 3.95 113 349 1,063 3.05 2,056 .414 114 0.33 58 0.17 1,241 3.01 61-127-188 0.46 1,412.5 4.05

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#8 - Keao Burdine (2001-04) Pico Rivera, Calif. (La Habra HS)

2003 2nd Team 2004 1st Team

Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 Career

Outside Hitter

M S K KPS TA Pct. A APS SA SAPS Digs DPS BS-BA-TB BPS PTS PPS 29 101 328 3.25 832 .266 33 0.33 19 0.13 255 2.52 8-39-47 0.47 374.5 3.70 32 104 341 3.28 842 .273 14 0.13 29 0.28 310 2.98 12-29-41 0.39 396.5 3.81 34 105 364 3.47 901 .280 18 0.17 27 0.26 316 3.01 13-29-42 0.40 418.5 3.98 27 102 428 4.20 1,141 .237 22 0.22 29 0.28 360 3.53 28-30-58 0.57 500.0 4.90 122 412 1,461 3.55 3,716 .262 87 0.21 104 0.25 1,241 3.01 61-127-188 0.46 1,689.5 4.10

#7 - Bibiana Candelas (2002-05) Torreón, Mexico (Colegio Ponceño)

2003 1st Team 2004 3rd Team 2005 2nd Team 2008 Olympics (Beach)

Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 Career

Middle Blocker

M S K KPS TA Pct. A APS SA SAPS Digs DPS BS-BA-TB BPS PTS PPS 15 40 80 2.00 176 .352 1 0.03 2 0.05 20 0.50 1-16-17 0.43 91.0 2.28 35 111 339 3.05 632 .434 53 0.48 23 0.21 73 0.66 20-118-138 1.24 441.0 3.97 29 108 330 3.06 676 .396 51 0.47 11 0.10 75 0.69 20-88-108 1.00 405.0 3.75 28 102 501 4.91 1,253 .315 21 0.21 12 0.12 119 1.17 31-62-93 0.91 575.0 5.64 107 361 1,250 3.46 2,737 .365 126 0.35 48 0.13 287 0.80 72-284-356 0.99 1,512.0 4.19

#2 - Debora Seilhamer (2003-06) Ponce, Puerto Rico (Colegio Ponceño)

2005 2nd Team 2006 2nd Team

Libero

Year M G K KPG E TA Pct. A SA Digs DPG BS-BA-TB 2003 33 82 1 0.01 0 2 .500 6 4 83 1.01 0-0-0 2004 29 106 4 0.04 1 9 .333 25 7 571 5.39 0-0-0 2005 28 102 3 0.03 4 10 -.100 50 10 696 6.82 0-0-0 2006 32 114 3 0.03 5 12 -.167 84 16 721 6.32 0-0-0 Career 122 404 11 0.03 10 33 .030 165 37 2,071 5.13 0-0-0

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#7 - Asia Kaczor (2006-07 ) Wroclaw, Poland (College of Southern Idaho) Year 2006 2007 Career

M 32 34 66

S K KPS TA Pct. A APS SA SAPS Digs DPS BS-BA-TB BPS PTS PPS 114 563 4.94 1,272 .300 35 0.31 37 0.32 199 1.75 4-77-81 0.71 642.5 5.63 128 659 5.15 1,542 .301 44 0.34 40 0.31 281 2.20 12-71-83 0.65 746.5 5.83 242 1,222 5.05 2,814 .301 79 0.33 77 0.32 480 1.98 16-148-164 0.68 1,389.0 5.74

2006 2nd Team 2007 1st Team 2008 Olympics

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#9 - Taylor Carico (2006-08) Manhattan Beach, California (Mira Costa HS)

2007 2nd Team

Year 2006 2007 2008 Career

M 32 34 29 95

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S K KPS TA Pct. A APS SA SAPS Digs DPS BS-BA-TB BPS PTS PPS 114 123 1.08 271 .339 1,445 12.68 23 0.23 255 2.24 9-74-83 0.73 195.0 1.71 126 135 1.07 299 .338 1,597 12.67 20 0.16 253 2.01 8-59-67 0.53 192.5 1.52 105 83 0.79 188 .303 1,059 10.09 11 0.10 201 1.91 5-54-59 0.56 126.0 1.20 345 341 0.99 758 .330 4,101 11.89 57 0.17 709 2.06 22-187-209 0.61 513.5 1.49

#5 - Jessica Gysin (2004-09) Los Gatos, California (St. Francis HS)

2008 2nd Team

Outside Hitter

Year M S K KPS TA Pct. A APS SA SAPS Digs DPS BS-BA-TB BPS PTS PPS 2004 1 1 0 0.00 1 .000 0 0.00 1 1.00 7 7.00 0-0-0 0.00 1.0 1.00 2005 Did Not Play 32 113 342 3.03 939 .210 27 0.24 20 0.18 293 2.59 23-32-55 0.49 401.0 3.55 2006 2007 30 109 327 3.00 862 .226 28 0.26 7 0.06 219 2.01 19-35-54 0.50 370.5 3.39 2008 29 106 334 3.15 973 .199 31 0.29 16 0.15 245 2.31 25-25-50 0.47 387.5 3.65 2009 25 94 310 3.30 901 .228 21 0.22 8 0.09 277 2.95 22-30-52 0.55 355.0 3.78 Career 117 423 1,313 3.10 3,676 .215 107 2.25 52 0.12 1,041 2.46 89-122-211 0.50 1,515.0 3.58 *Gysin was granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA in 2008

#7 - Alex Jupiter (2008-11 ) Hermosa Beach, California (Redondo Union HS)

2009 3rd Team 2010 1st Team 2011 1st Team

Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 Career

M 29 32 33 34 128

Outside Hitter

S K KPS TA Pct. A APS SA SAPS Digs DPS BS-BA-TB BPS PTS PPS 108 350 3.24 931 .200 9 0.08 12 0.11 122 1.13 23-36-59 0.55 403.0 3.73 115 522 4.54 1,281 .236 13 0.11 33 0.29 308 2.68 33-40-73 0.63 608.0 5.29 122 532 4.40 1,250 .299 19 0.16 38 0.31 304 2.51 33-44-77 0.64 625.0 5.17 113 514 4.47 1,297 .265 13 0.11 57 0.50 360 3.13 34-29-63 0.55 619.5 5.38 459 1,918 4.18 4,759 .253 54 0.12 140 0.31 1,094 2.38 123-149-272 0.59 2,255.5 4.91

#12 - Kendall Bateman (2008- 11 ) Manhattan Beach, California (Mira Costa HS)

2010 2nd Team 2011 1st Team

Setter

Year M S K KPS TA Pct. A APS SA SAPS Digs DPS BS-BA-TB BPS PTS PPS 24 43 2 0.05 4 .250 117 2.72 2 0.05 32 0.74 1-6-7 0.16 8.0 0.19 2008 2009 32 115 15 0.13 77 -.130 1,431 12.44 6 0.05 227 1.97 1-47-48 0.42 45.5 0.39 2010 34 127 35 0.28 91 .275 1,567 12.34 14 0.11 281 2.21 3-48-51 0.40 76.0 0.60 2011 34 116 30 0.26 71 .268 1,395 12.03 8 0.07 243 2.09 3-43-46 0.40 62.5 0.53 Career 124 401 82 0.20 243 .144 4,510 11.25 30 0.07 783 1.95 8-144-152 0.38 192.0 0.48

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All-Americans

#8 - Lauren Williams (2008-11 ) Houston, Texas (Stratford HS)

2010 3rd Team 2011 3rd Team

Middle Blocker

Year M S K KPS TA Pct. A APS SA SAPS Digs DPS BS-BA-TB BPS PTS PPS 2007 Redshirted 2008 27 99 209 2.11 430 .323 21 0.21 2 0.02 17 0.17 15-88-103 1.04 270.0 2.73 2009 31 110 281 2.55 564 .371 15 0.14 0 0.00 19 0.17 20-85-105 0.95 343.5 3.12 2010 33 119 286 2.40 552 .417 45 0.38 3 0.03 30 0.25 24-91-115 0.97 358.5 3.01 2011 34 113 303 2.68 592 .385 2 0.02 0 0.00 23 0.20 11-79-90 0.80 353.5 3.12 Career 125 441 1,079 2.45 2,138 .377 83 0.19 5 0.01 89 0.20 70-343-413 0.94 1,325.5 3.00

#3 - Natalie Hagglund (2010- ) Encinitas, California (La Costa Canyon HS) Year 2010 2011 Career

M S K KPS TA Pct. A APS SA SAPS Digs DPS BS-BA-TB BPS PTS PPS 34 125 1 0.01 6 .000 16 0.13 18 0.14 497 3.98 0-0-0 0.00 19.0 0.15 34 116 1 0.01 3 .333 82 0.71 21 0.18 596 5.14 0-0-0 0.00 22.0 0.19 68 241 2 0.01 9 .111 98 0.41 39 0.16 1,093 4.54 0-0-0 0.00 41.0 0.17

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All-Time Great Night During the 2007 season, the USC women's volleyball program began to honor its "All-Time Greats" with permanent banners at the Galen Center. Paula Weishoff and Debbie Green were the first Women of Troy former players to be recognized for their contributions, not only to USC, but also to the sport of women's volleyball. The next players honored were: Debbie (Landreth) Brown and Sue Woodstra (2008), Cathy Stukel and Paula Dittmer-Goodwin (2009) and Terry Place and Dana Smith (2010). Weishoff led USC to the 1980 national championship and is regarded by many as one of the greatest middle blockers in history. She was a 16-year member of the U.S. National Team and is the only woman to ever play on three U.S. Olympic Teams (Los Angeles in 1984, Seoul in 1988 and Barcelona in 1992). Green has been recognized as one of the greatest setters in the sport. She was inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame in 1995, as well as the AVCA Hall of Fame in 2004. She led USC to its first national championships in 1976 and 1977. The 1977 squad was the first collegiate squad to go undefeated (38-0) as its entire starting lineup earned All-America honors. Woodstra was one of USC's first All-Americans and a member of the 1977 national championship team. She was a two-time Olympian and was the team captain for the 1984 U.S. Olympic Team. Brown was a two-time All-American for USC and member of the 1976 and 1977 national championship squads, along with being named to the 1980 U.S. Olympic Team. She is currently the head coach at Notre Dame. Dittmer-Goodwin was USC's first four-time All-American (1976, 1978, 1979 and 1980) as a setter while Stukel was also a four-time All-American for the Women of Troy (1978-1981) as a setter. Place was a two-time All-American (1976 and 1977) and two-time Olympian (1980 and 1984). Smith was a three-time All-American, playing for USC from 1980-83. She was a member of the 1981 and 1982 national championship squads and one of only four USC players in history to earn an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship in 1984.

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Debbie Brown

Paula Weishoff celebrates All-Time Great Night with her mother (Mary) and father (Fred)

Debbie Green

Debbie Brown (left), USC head coach Mick Haley (middle), Sue Woodstra (right)

Dana Smith

Cathy Stukel (left), USC head coach Mick Haley (middle), Paula Dittmer-Goodwin (right)

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Honors and Awards AVCA All-Americans 2011....................................... Kendall Bateman (1st team) ............................................... Natalie Hagglund (1st team) ...........................................................Alex Jupiter (1st team) ..................................................Lauren Williams (3rd team) 2010..................................................Alex Jupiter (1st team) .............................................. Kendall Bateman (2nd team) ..................................................Lauren Williams (3rd team) 2009.................................................Alex Jupiter (3rd team) 2007...................................................Asia Kaczor (1st team) .......................................................Taylor Carico (2nd team) 2006.................................................Asia Kaczor (2nd team) ............................................. Debora Seilhamer (3rd team) 2005..................................... Bibiana Candelas (2nd team) 2004............................................... Emily Adams (1st team) ....................................................... Keao Burdine (1st team) ............................................... Bibiana Candelas (3rd team) 2003............................................... Emily Adams (1st team) ......................................................Keao Burdine (2nd team) ................................................Bibiana Candelas (1st team) ...............................................................April Ross (1st team) 2002............................................... Emily Adams (1st team) ...............................................................April Ross (1st team) 2001.......................................... Katie Olsovsky (2nd team) 2000..............................................Jennifer Pahl (2nd team) .............................................................April Ross (2nd team) 1998........................................... Jennifer Kessy (2nd team) .........................................Jasmina Marinkovic (2nd team) 1997..................................Jasmina Marinkovic (1st team) 1995............................................. Kelly Kuebler (2nd team) 1994............................................. Kelly Kuebler (2nd team) ......................................................Meika Wagner (1st team) ............................................................. Lauri Yust (2nd team) 1993.................................................. Katie Haller (1st team) ...................................................Meika Wagner (2nd team) 1992...............................................Cica Baccelli (2nd team) ...........................................................Katie Haller (3rd team) 1991.......................................Stefanie Bodison (3rd team) 1985....................................................Tracy Clark (1st team) .........................................................Kim Ruddins (1st team) 1984....................................................Tracy Clark (1st team) .........................................................Kim Ruddins (1st team) 1983..................................................Dana Smith (1st team) .............................................................Tracy Clark (1st team) 1982..................................................Dana Smith (1st team) .............................................................Tracy Clark (1st team) 1981..................................................Dana Smith (1st team) ......................................................... Cathy Stukel (1st team) 1980..........................Paula Dittmer-Goodwin (1st team) ......................................................... Cathy Stukel (1st team) .....................................................Paula Weishoff (1st team) 1979..........................Paula Dittmer-Goodwin (1st team) ......................................................... Cathy Stukel (1st team) 1978..........................Paula Dittmer-Goodwin (1st team) ......................................................... Cathy Stukel (1st team) 1977...................................................... Star Clark (1st team) ...................................................... Debbie Green (1st team)

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................................................ Debbie Landreth (1st team) ...................................................... Lynne Luedke (1st team) .............................................................Terry Place (1st team) .......................................................Sue Woodstra (1st team) 1976..........................Paula Dittmer-Goodwin (1st team) ...................................................... Debbie Green (1st team) ................................................ Debbie Landreth (1st team) .............................................................Terry Place (1st team)

AVCA All-District VIII/ All-Pacific Region Team 2011............................................................ Kendall Bateman ................................................................... Natalie Hagglund ................................................................................Alex Jupiter ........................................................................Lauren Williams ...................................................................... Katie Fuller (HM)

Pac-10 Player of the Year and threetime All-American April Ross

................................................................Katie Olsovsky (HM) ....................................................................................April Ross 2002.....................................................................Emily Adams ..................................................................Keao Burdine (HM) ................................................................Katie Olsovsky (HM) ....................................................................................April Ross 2001................................................................. Katie Olsovsky ..............................................................................Jennifer Pahl ....................................................................................April Ross 2000.....................................................................Jennifer Pahl ................................................................................April Ross** 1998.................................................................. Jennifer Kessy ................................................................ Jasmina Marinkovic ...........................................................................Janice Mounts 1997.................................................................. Jennifer Kessy ................................................................ Jasmina Marinkovic 1996....................................................... Jasmina Marinkovic 1995.................................................................... Kelly Kuebler ................................................................ Jasmina Marinkovic 1994.................................................................... Kelly Kuebler ...........................................................................Meika Wagner .................................................................................... Lauri Yust 1993....................................................................... Katie Haller ...........................................................................Meika Wagner .................................................................................... Lauri Yust 1992........................................................................ Cica Bacelli ................................................................................ Katie Haller 1991.............................................................Stefanie Bodison 1990................................................................Lonise Norfleet **Pacific Region Freshman of the Year

AVCA National Player of the Week 2010..................................................... Alex Jupiter (Sept. 6) ................................................................Alex Jupiter (Nov. 1) 2007......................................................Asia Kaczor (Oct. 29)

2010............................................................ Kendall Bateman ................................................................................Alex Jupiter ........................................................................Lauren Williams ....................................................Falyn Fonoimoana (HM)** 2009.......................................................................Alex Jupiter 2007........................................................................Asia Kaczor 2006........................................................................Asia Kaczor ................................................................... Debora Seilhamer ..........................................................................Taylor Carico** 2005............................................................ Bibiana Candelas .........................................................Debora Seilhamer (HM) 2004.....................................................................Emily Adams .............................................................................Keao Burdine .......................................................... Bibiana Candelas (HM) 2003.....................................................................Emily Adams ............................................................... Toni Anderson (HM) .............................................................................Keao Burdine ..................................................................... Bibiana Candelas

2000 All-American Jennifer Pahl


Honors and Awards 2003.................................................Keao Burdine (Nov. 17) 2001................................................Katie Olsovsky (Oct. 15) 2000........................................................ April Ross (Nov. 13) 1997................................... Jasmina Marinkovic (Sept. 22)

AVCA Division I National Player of the Year 2011.......................................................................Alex Jupiter

AVCA Division I National Coach of the Year 2003.........................................................................Mick Haley

AVCA District VIII/Region Coach of the Year 2011.........................................................................Mick Haley 2000....................................................Jerritt Elliott (Interim) 1991............................................................................ Lisa Love

2007...................................................Asia Kaczor (1st team) .......................................................Taylor Carico (2nd team) 2006.................................................Asia Kaczor (2nd team) ............................................ Debora Seilhamer (2nd team) 2005..................................... Bibiana Candelas (2nd team) ............................................ Debora Seilhamer (2nd team) 2003............................................... Emily Adams (1st team) .......................................................Keao Burdine (3rd team) ............................................... Bibiana Candelas (3rd team) ...............................................................April Ross (1st team) 2001.......................Katie Olsovsky (honorable mention) ...................................Jennifer Pahl (honorable mention) ..............................................................April Ross (3rd team) 2000.......................Katie Olsovsky (honorable mention) .......................................................Jennifer Pahl (2nd team) .............................................................April Ross (2nd team) 1998............ Jasmina Marinkovic (honorable mention) ................................ Jennifer Kessy (honorable mention) 1997..................................Jasmina Marinkovic (1st team) 1980................................................ Cathy Stukel (1st team) .....................................................Paula Weishoff (1st team) 1979................................................ Cathy Stukel (1st team) 1978........................ Paula Dittmer (honorable mention) ......................................................... Cathy Stukel (1st team) 1977.................................Star Clark (honorable mention) ...................................................... Debbie Green (1st team) ................................................ Debbie Landreth (1st team) .................................................... Lynne Luedke (2nd team) ...........................................................Terry Place (2nd team) .......................................................Sue Woodstra (1st team) **Magazine did not award honors in 2002.

Asics/Volleyball Magazine Players of the Year** 2011.......................................................................Alex Jupiter 2000.............................April Ross (Freshman of the Year) 1980................................................................. Paula Weishoff **Magazine did not award honors in 2002.

Conference MVP 1998 All-American Jennifer Kessy

2011......................................................Alex Jupiter (Pac-12) 2003..........................................................April Ross (Pac-10) 1980.....................................................Cathy Stukel (WCAA)

Three-time All-American Emily Adams (2002-04)

2011............................................................ Kendall Bateman .................................................................... Natalie Hagglund ................................................................................Alex Jupiter ........................................................................Lauren Williams ...................................... Katie Fuller (honorable mention) 2010..........................................................Falyn Fonoimoana ................................................................................Alex Jupiter ........................................................................Lauren Williams ...........................Kendall Bateman (honorable mention) 2009.....................................................................Jessica Gysin ................................................................................Alex Jupiter ...........................Kendall Bateman (honorable mention) 2008.....................................................................Jessica Gysin 2007........................................................................Asia Kaczor ..............................................................................Taylor Carico 2006........................................................................Asia Kaczor ................................................................... Debora Seilhamer 2005............................................................ Bibiana Candelas

Conference Setter of the Year Asics/Volleyball Magazine All-American** 2011....................................... Kendall Bateman (1st team) ............................................... Natalie Hagglund (1st team) ...........................................................Alex Jupiter (1st team) .................................................Lauren Williams (2nd team) 2010.......................................Kendall Bateman (3rd team) ...........................................................Alex Jupiter (1st team) .................................................Lauren Williams (2nd team) 2009..............................................Jessica Gysin (2nd team) 2008..............................................Jessica Gysin (2nd team) ...................................Taylor Carico (honorable mention)

2011........................................... Kendall Bateman (Pac-12)

Conference Libero of the Year 2011..........................................Natalie Hagglund (Pac-12)

All-Conference Note: USC was a member of the WCAA from 19761984; the Pac-West Conference in 1985; and the Pacific-10 Conference from 1986-present.

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Honors and Awards ................................................................... Debora Seilhamer ................................................................................Staci Venski 2004.....................................................................Emily Adams .............................................................................Keao Burdine ..................................................................... Bibiana Candelas 2003.....................................................................Emily Adams .......................................................................... Toni Anderson .............................................................................Keao Burdine ..................................................................... Bibiana Candelas ....................................Nicole Davis (honorable mention) ................................Katie Olsovsky (honorable mention) ....................................................................................April Ross 2002.....................................................................Emily Adams ............................... Toni Anderson (honorable mention) .............................................................................Keao Burdine .......................................................................... Katie Olsovsky ....................................................................................April Ross 2001.........................Keao Burdine (honorable mention) .......................................................................... Katie Olsovsky ..............................................................................Jennifer Pahl ....................................................................................April Ross 2000...................... Toni Anderson (honorable mention) ....................................Janae Henry (honorable mention) ................................Katie Olsovsky (honorable mention) ..............................................................................Jennifer Pahl ............................. Antoinette Polk (honorable mention) ....................................................................................April Ross

Three-time All-Pac-10 and threetime Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention setter Toni Anderson

1999........................Kashi Cormier (honorable mention) ....................................Janae Henry (honorable mention) ..............................................................................Jennifer Pahl ............................. Antoinette Polk (honorable mention) 1998.................................................................. Jennifer Kessy ................................................................ Jasmina Marinkovic 66

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Conference Freshman of the Year 2010..........................................................Falyn Fonoimoana

Alaina Kipps was a second team academic AllAmerican in 1997 and was USC's class valedictorian in 1999

2006.....................................................................Taylor Carico 2000...........................................................................April Ross 1997............................................................... Antoinette Polk 1995....................................................... Jasmina Marinkovic

Conference All-Freshmen Team 2011....................Hannah Schraer (honorable mention) 2010..........................................................Falyn Fonoimoana .................................................................... Natalie Hagglund .............................................................................Alexis Olgard ........................................ Sara Shaw (honorable mention) 2008.......................................................................Alex Jupiter ........................................................................Lauren Williams 2007.............................Zoe Garrett (honorable mention) ................................Geena Urango (honorable mention)

Hall of Fame inductee and three-time Olympian Paula Weishoff


Honors and Awards

Conference Players of the Week 2011..................Kendall Bateman (Sept. 26 - Offensive) ................................. Lauren Williams (Nov. 7 - Offensive) .......................................Alex Jupiter (Nov. 14 - Offensive) 2010..................................................... Alex Jupiter (Sept. 6) ................................................................Alex Jupiter (Nov. 1) 2009............................................ Lauren Williams (Nov. 16) ...................................................Kendall Bateman (Nov. 23) 2007....................................................Asia Kaczor (Sept. 17) ...............................................................Asia Kaczor (Oct. 29) ..............................................................Asia Kaczor (Nov. 19) 2006....................................................Asia Kaczor (Sept. 25) ..............................................................Asia Kaczor (Nov. 20) 2005.............................................Bibiana Candelas (Oct. 3) ................................................. Debora Seilhamer (Oct. 24)

Keao Burdine (2001-04) was a two-time All-American as well as a two-time NCAA Championship most valuable player 2006.....................................................................Taylor Carico 2005.....................................................................Kelli Tennant 2004.................................................................... Sarah Florian ......................Diane Copenhagen (honorable mention) 2003....................... Kimi Freeburg (honorable mention) 2001....................................................................Keao Burdine 2000................................................................. Toni Anderson .......................................................................... Katie Olsovsky ................................................................................April Ross** 1999........................ Lauren Killian (honorable mention) .........................................................................Tracy Lindquist 1998.....................................................................Jennifer Pahl 1997........................................................... Antoinette Polk** .................................Kashi Cormier (honorable mention) 1996.........................Amber Oliver (honorable mention) 1995....................................................... Jasmina Marinkovic 1995.................................................................. Jennifer Kessy 1992.................................................................... Kelly Kuebler 1991 ......................................................................... Lauri Yust 1990 ..................................................................... Katie Haller 1987 ..............................................................Lonise Norfleet .................................................................. Megan McCallister 1986...............................................................Yleana Carrasco ** Freshman of the Year

Conference Coach of the Year 2011....................................................... Mick Haley (Pac-12) 2000...................................Jerritt Elliott - Interim (Pac-10) 1999...................................Jerritt Elliott - Interim (Pac-10) 1997........................................................... Lisa Love (Pac-10) 1978...............................................Dale Flickenger (WCAA)

Three-time Academic All-American Katie Haller

2004..................................................... Emily Adams (Oct. 4) .................................................Debora Seilhamer (Nov. 15) 2003.................................................Emily Adams (Sept. 22) ..........................................................Keao Burdine (Nov. 17) ..................................................................April Ross (Oct. 20) 2002......................................................... April Ross (Sept. 3) .......................................................Katie Olsovsky (Sept. 24) .............................................................. Emily Adams (Oct. 7) 2001............................................**Katie Olsovsky (Oct. 15) .....................................................**Katie Olsovsky (Oct. 22) 2000.................................................Jennifer Pahl (Sept. 25) ................................................................. April Ross (Nov. 13) ........................................................Katie Olsovsky (Nov. 20) 1998...................................................Jennifer Kessy (Oct. 5) .............................................. Jasmina Marinkovic (Oct. 12) .........................................................Jennifer Kessy (Nov. 23) 1997.................................................Jennifer Kessy (Sept. 2) ............................................ Jasmina Marinkovic (Sept. 22) .............................................. Jasmina Marinkovic (Oct. 20) ............................................. Jasmina Marinkovic (Nov. 10) 1996.................................................*Jennifer Kessy (Oct. 7) ....................................................... *Jennifer Kessy (Oct. 14) 1995.....................................................Kelly Kuebler (Oct. 9) ...........................................................Kelly Kuebler (Nov. 20) 1994............................................... Meika Wagner (Nov. 21) 1993.................................................. Kelly Kuebler (Oct. 11) .......................................................Meika Wagner (Sept. 20) 1992..................................................Cica Baccelli (Sept. 28)

1991.................................................Kiersten Finch (Sept. 9) 1990............................................. Lonise Norfleet (Nov. 19) ................................................ Megan McCallister (Oct. 29) 1989..........................................Megan McCallister (Oct. 9) ............................................... Christine Brigman (Sept. 25) 1988...........................................Yleana Carrasco (Sept. 26) 1987............................................... Nancy Hillman (Oct. 26) *First Pac-10 player to win consecutive Player of the Week honors. **Second Pac-10 player of all-time to win the consecutive honor.

Conference All-Academic 2011............................. Katie Fuller (honorable mention) ......................... Natalie Hagglund (honorable mention) ........................................ Erin Yoder (honorable mention) 2010............................................ Geena Urango (1st team) ...........................Kendall Bateman (honorable mention) 2009.......................................... Geena Urango (2nd team) ...........................Kendall Bateman (honorable mention) ......................................Zoe Garrett (honorable mention) ..................................... Alli Hillgren (honorable mention) 2008................................................ Alli Hillgren (2nd team) ................................Geena Urango (honorable mention) 2007..............................................Taylor Carico (2nd team) ......................................................... Alli Hillgren (2nd team) 2006.................................................... Alli Dillon (2nd team) 2005.................................................... Alli Dillon (2nd team) 2003............................................... Emily Adams (1st team) ............................... Toni Anderson (honorable mention) .......................... Bibiana Candelas (honorable mention) ..............................Alicia Robinson (honorable mention) .........................................April Ross (honorable mention) 2002..............................................Emily Adams (2nd team) ............................... Toni Anderson (honorable mention) ..............................Alicia Robinson (honorable mention) 2001...................... Toni Anderson (honorable mention) ................................. Lauren Killian (honorable mention) .............................. Tracy Lindquist (honorable mention) ...................................Jennifer Pahl (honorable mention) .........................................April Ross (honorable mention) 2000........................ Lauren Killian (honorable mention) .............................. Tracy Lindquist (honorable mention) 1999.........................Amber Oliver (honorable mention) 1997.................................................Alaina Kipps (1st team) 1996.............................................. Bonny Brunst (1st team) ............................................................Kirsti Olson (1st team) 1995 .......................................... Bonny Brunst (2nd team) ......................................Kirsti Olson (honorable mention) 1994............................................ Bonny Brunst (2nd team) ......................................Kirsti Olson (honorable mention) ...............................................................Lauri Yust (1st team)

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Honors and Awards 1993.................................................. Katie Haller (1st team) ...............................................................Lauri Yust (1st team) 1992.................................................. Katie Haller (1st team) ......................................................Meika Wagner (1st team) 1991.................................................. Katie Haller (1st team) ......................................................Kiersten Finch (1st team) 1990.............................................Kiersten Finch (1st team) 1989........................................Stefanie Bodison (1st team)

NCAA/AIAW Championship All-Tournament 2011.......................................................................Alex Jupiter 2007........................................................................Asia Kaczor 2003.......................................................Keao Burdine - MVP ..................................................................... Bibiana Candelas ....................................................................................April Ross 2002.......................................................Keao Burdine - MVP .......................................................................... Katie Olsovsky ....................................................................................April Ross 1985..................................................................... Kim Ruddins 1982............................................................Tracy Clark - MVP .............................................................................. Kim Ruddins 1981.........................................................Cathy Stukel - MVP ................................................................................Dana Smith 1978.......................................................Cathy Stukel (AIAW)

NCAA/AIAW Regional All-Tournament 2011.......................................................... Alex Jupiter - MVP ..................................................................... Kendall Bateman 2010.............................................Falyn Fonoimoana - MVP ..................................................................... Kendall Bateman ................................................................................Alex Jupiter 2007...........................................................Asia Kaczor - MVP .................................................................Diane Copenhagen ..............................................................................Jessica Gysin 2003.....................................................................Emily Adams ................................................................Keao Burdine - MVP ..................................................................... Bibiana Candelas ....................................................................................April Ross 2002.....................................................................Emily Adams .......................................................................... Katie Olsovsky ....................................................................... April Ross - MVP 2001................................................................. Katie Olsovsky ..............................................................................Jennifer Pahl 2000................................................................. Katie Olsovsky ..............................................................................Jennifer Pahl ....................................................................... April Ross - MVP 1994.................................................................... Kelly Kuebler ...........................................................................Meika Wagner .................................................................................... Lauri Yust 1985..................................................................... Kim Ruddins 1982............................................................Tracy Clark - MVP .............................................................................. Kim Ruddins ................................................................................Dana Smith 1981..................................................................... Cathy Stukel .........................................................................Margaret Grant .........................................................................Katie McGarrey 1978................................Paula Dittmer-Goodwin (AIAW) ......................................................................Star Clark (AIAW) 2012 USC Women's Volleyball 68

NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship Winners 1995........................................................................... Lauri Yust 1994....................................................................... Katie Haller 1984.......................................................................Dana Smith 1982..................................................................... Cathy Stukel

Academic All-American 2003..............................................Emily Adams (2nd team) 1997...............................................Alaina Kipps (2nd team) 1994.................................................... Lauri Yust (2nd team) 1993.................................................. Katie Haller (1st team) 1992.................................................. Katie Haller (1st team) 1991.............................Katie Haller (honorable mention)

Volleyball Honda Award 2011.......................................................................Alex Jupiter 2003 .........................................................................April Ross 1978...................................................................Debbie Green 1977...................................................................Debbie Green

Volleyball Magazine All-Time Indoor Team Debbie Green Paula Weishoff Sue Woodstra (2nd team) Debbie Landreth-Brown (honorable mention)

Volleyball Hall of Fame Inductees Debbie Green (1995) Patti Lucas-Bright (1996) Paula Weishoff (1998)

AVCA Hall of Fame Inductee Debbie Green (2004) Lisa Love (2005) Mick Haley (2006) Sue Woodstra (2006)

USA Volleyball 75th Anniversary All-Era Team (1978-2002) Debbie Green Paula Weishoff Sue Woodstra

Head coach Chuck Erbe and Cathy Stukel pose with the 1981 NCAA championship trophy after the Women of Troy defeated UCLA in the five-game match played at Pauley Pavilion


All-Time Career Records

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Kills

Alex Jupiter (2008-11).......................................1,918 Jennifer Kessy (1995-98)..................................1,799 Jasmina Marinkovic (1995-98).......................1,699 Tracy Clark (1982-85).........................................1,680 Lonise Norfleet (1987-90)................................1,636 April Ross (2000-03)...........................................1,576 Nancy Hillman (1985-88).................................1,534 Katie Haller (1990-93)........................................1,528 Megan McCallister (1987-90).........................1,472 Keao Burdine (2001-04)....................................1,461

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

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

(min. 500 kills) Asia Kaczor (2006-07)..........................................5.05 Jennifer Kessy (1995-98)....................................4.33 Alex Jupiter (2008-11).........................................4.18 Jasmina Marinkovic (1995-98).........................4.12 Vesna Dragicevic (1994-96)...............................3.97 Lonise Norfleet (1987-90)..................................3.96 April Ross (2000-03).............................................3.73 Meika Wagner (1991-94)....................................3.73 Cica Baccelli (1991-92)........................................3.72 Nancy Hillman (1985-88)...................................3.65

Attempts

Alex Jupiter (2008-11).......................................4,759 Jennifer Kessy (1995-98)..................................4,356 Katie Haller (1990-93)........................................4,253 Nancy Hillman (1985-88).................................3,984 April Ross (2000-03)...........................................3,859 Keao Burdine (2001-04)....................................3,716 Lonise Norfleet (1987-90)................................3,692 Jessica Gysin (2006-09).....................................3,675 Tracy Clark (1982-85).........................................3,666 Kelly Kuebler (1992-95)....................................3,620

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

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

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

Assists

Kendall Bateman (2008-11)............................4,510 Janice Mounts (1995-98)..................................4,258 Taylor Carico (2006-08).....................................4,101 Toni Anderson (2000-03).................................3,825 Christine Brigman (1987-89)..........................3,691 Missy McCaw (1990-93)....................................3,319 Tracy Lindquist (1999-02)................................2,766 Monika Cavaliere (1993-95)............................2,747 Sue Peters (1989-92)..........................................2,544

Aces

Nancy Hillman (1985-88)....................................170 April Ross (2000-03)..............................................161 Alex Jupiter (2008-11)..........................................140 Janice Johnson (1982-85)...................................136 Kelly Kuebler (1992-95).......................................109 Katie Haller (1990-93)...........................................107 Megan McCallister (1987-90)............................107 Tracy Clark (1982-85)............................................106 Keao Burdine (2001-04).......................................104 Christine Brigman (1987-89)............................... 97

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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

(min. 40 aces) Nancy Hillman (1985-88)...................................0.41 April Ross (2000-03).............................................0.38 Jill Daniels (1986-89)...........................................0.35 Asia Kaczor (2006-07)..........................................0.32 Vesna Dragicevic (1994-96)...............................0.32 Alex Jupiter (2008-11).........................................0.31 Christine Brigman (1987-90)............................0.28 Kelly Kuebler (1992-95)......................................0.27 Keao Burdine (2001-04)......................................0.25 Kirsti Olson (1993-96)..........................................0.25 Katie Haller (1990-93)..........................................0.25 Marcela Morales (1990-91)................................0.25 Megan McCallister (1987-90)...........................0.25

Digs

Debora Seilhamer (2003-06)..........................2,071 Katie Haller (1990-93)........................................1,702 Nancy Hillman (1985-88).................................1,536 Alli Hillgren (2006-09).......................................1,485 Kelly Kuebler (1992-95)....................................1,471 Jennifer Kessy (1995-98)..................................1,311 April Ross (2000-03)...........................................1,296 Keao Burdine (2001-04)....................................1,241 Antoinette Polk (1997-00)...............................1,164 Alex Jupiter (2008-11).......................................1,094

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

Jasmina Marinkovic (1995-98)..........................561 Lauri Yust (1991-94)..............................................524 Leslie Devereaux (1982-85)................................485 Katie Olsovsky (2000-03).....................................479 Emily Adams (2001-04)........................................463 Stefanie Bodison (1988-91)................................445 Lauren Williams (2008-11)..................................413 Meika Wagner (1991-94).....................................400 Jamie Hatchett (1985-88)...................................383 Megan McCallister (1987-90)............................375

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

Solo Blocks

Lauri Yust (1991-94)..............................................145 Jasmina Marinkovic (1995-98)..........................131 Leslie Devereaux (1982-85)................................123 Alex Jupiter (2008-11)..........................................123 Emily Adams (2001-04)........................................120 Stefanie Bodison (1988-91)................................108 Janice Johnson (1982-85)...................................105 Katie Olsovsky (2000-03)....................................... 91 Meika Wagner (1991-94)....................................... 89 Megan McCallister (1987-90).............................. 89 Jessica Gysin (2006-09).......................................... 89

Total Blocks

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

(min. 100 blocks) Alaina Kipps (1995-98)........................................1.48 Lauri Yust (1991-94).............................................1.40 Jasmina Marinkovic (1995-98).........................1.36 Emily Adams (2001-04).......................................1.33 Jamie Hatchett (1985-88)..................................1.33 Meika Wagner (1991-94)....................................1.18 Katie Olsovsky (2000-03)....................................1.17 Stefanie Bodison (1988-91)...............................1.11 Bethany Johansen (2006-07)............................1.07 Jennifer Pahl (1998-2001)..................................1.05 Trisonya Thompson (1985-87).........................1.05

Total Points

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

Alex Jupiter (2008-11)...................................2,255.5 Keao Burdine (2001-04)................................1,689.5 Jessica Gysin (2006-09).................................1,514.0 Bibiana Candelas (2002-05)........................1,512.0 April Ross (2001*-03).....................................1,430.0 Emily Adams (2001-04).................................1,412.5 Asia Kaczor (2006-07)....................................1,389.0 Lauren Williams (2008-11)...........................1,325.5 Diane Copenhagen (2004-07)....................1,292.5 Katie Olsovsky (2001-03)..............................1,018.0 Staci Venski (2002-05).......................................988.0

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

Asia Kaczor (2006-07)..........................................5.74 Alex Jupiter (2008-11).........................................4.91 April Ross (2001*-03)...........................................4.53 Bibiana Candelas (2002-05)..............................4.19 Keao Burdine (2001-04)......................................4.10 Emily Adams (2001-04).......................................4.05 Jessica Gysin (2006-09).......................................3.59 Diane Copenhagen (2004-07)..........................3.37 Katie Olsovsky (2001*-03)..................................3.31 Jennifer Pahl (2001*)...........................................3.26

Digs Per Set (min. 500 digs) Debora Seilhamer (2003-06)............................5.13 Natalie Hagglund (2010- ).......................4.54 Katie Haller (1990-93)..........................................4.01 Alli Hillgren (2006-09).........................................3.96 Kelly Kuebler (1992-95)......................................3.66 Nancy Hillman (1985-88)...................................3.66 Jennifer Kessy (1995-98)....................................3.16 Nicole Davis (2000-03)........................................3.09 April Ross (2000-03).............................................3.06 Janae Henry (1997-00)........................................3.04

Block Assists

Jasmina Marinkovic (1995-98)..........................430 Katie Olsovsky (2000-03).....................................388 Lauri Yust (1991-94)..............................................379 Leslie Devereaux (1982-85)................................362 Emily Adams (2001-04)........................................343 Lauren Williams (2008-11)..................................343 Stefanie Bodison (1988-91)................................337 Meika Wagner (1991-94).....................................311 Jamie Hatchett (1985-88)...................................301 Megan McCallister (1987-90)............................286

Aces Per Set

Hitting Percentage (min. 1000 attacks) Emily Adams (2001-04)...................................... .414 1,063-211-2,056 2. Lauren Williams (2008-11)..................................377 1,079-273-2,138 3. Bibiana Candelas (2002-05)............................. .365 1,250-251-2,737 4. Jasmina Marinkovic (1995-98)........................ .355 1,699-441-3,543 5. Katie Olsovsky (2000-03)................................... .353 1,053-297-2,142 Jennifer Pahl (1998-01)...................................... .353 1,084-300-2,218 7. Meika Wagner (1991-94)................................... .324 1,269-435-2,575 8. Staci Venski (2002-05)..........................................308 425-113-1,013 9. Lauri Yust (1991-94)............................................ .305 904-304-1,970 10. Asia Kaczor (2006-07)...........................................301 1,222-376-2,814 Cica Baccelli (1991-92)....................................... .301 725-198-1,753

(min. 500 assists) Janice Mounts (1995-98)..................................13.22 Christine Brigman (1987-89)..........................12.60 Taylor Carico (2006-08).....................................11.89 Monika Cavaliere (1993-95)............................11.45 Kendall Bateman (2008-11)............................11.25 Missy McCaw (1990-93)....................................10.44 Nena Siljegovic (2004-05)................................10.20 Toni Anderson (2000-03)...................................8.96 Sue Peters (1989-92)............................................8.48 Tracy Lindquist (1999-02)..................................6.67

Points Per Set

Most records begin in 1981. Assists, kills per game, assists per game, aces per game, digs per game and blocks per game begin in 1985. Points and points per game were instituted in 2001. * Players who began their careers before points were compiled. The statistics indicated are only those compiled since 2001.

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All-Time Season Records Kills

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

Asia Kaczor (2007)..................................................659 Asia Kaczor (2006)..................................................563 Jennifer Kessy (1998)............................................554 Alex Jupiter (2010).................................................532 Alex Jupiter (2009).................................................522 Alex Jupiter (2011).................................................514 Bibiana Candelas (2005)......................................501 Jasmina Marinkovic (1998).................................494 Lonise Norfleet (1990)..........................................486 Jennifer Kessy (1997)............................................477

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

(min. 100 kills) Jennifer Kessy (1998)...........................................5.28 Asia Kaczor (2007).................................................5.15 Tracy Clark (1985)..................................................4.97 Asia Kaczor (2006).................................................4.94 Bibiana Candelas (2005).....................................4.91 Jasmina Marinkovic (1998)................................4.80 Kelly Kuebler (1995).............................................4.65 Lonise Norfleet (1990).........................................4.58 Lonise Norfleet (1987).........................................4.54 Alex Jupiter (2009)................................................4.54

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

Asia Kaczor (2007)...............................................1,542 Alex Jupiter (2011)..............................................1,297 Alex Jupiter (2009)..............................................1,281 Asia Kaczor (2006)...............................................1,272 Bibiana Candelas (2005)...................................1,253 Alex Jupiter (2010)..............................................1,250 Katie Haller (1993)...............................................1,247 Jennifer Kessy (1998).........................................1,239 Diane Copenhagen (2006)...............................1,222 Staci Venski (2005)..............................................1,203

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

Kills Per Set

Attempts

Hitting Percentage

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

(min. 250 attempts) Leslie Devereaux (1985).......... .451 (245-35-466) Bibiana Candelas (2003)......... .434 (339-65-632) Emily Adams (2003)............. .431 (731-147-1365) Emily Adams (2002).................. .423 (310-64-581) Lauren Williams (2010)............. .417 (286-56-552) Jennifer Pahl (2000).................. .405 (334-66-662) Jennifer Pahl (2001).................. .397 (249-63-469) Bibiana Candelas (2004).......... .396 (330-62-676) Jasmina Marinkovic (1997).... .394 (442-93-885) Megan McCallister (1987)...... .391 (159-36-315)

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

Taylor Carico (2007)............................................1,597 Kendall Bateman (2010)....................................1,567 Janice Mounts (1998).........................................1,490 Taylor Carico (2006)............................................1,445 Kendall Bateman (2009)....................................1,431 Kendall Bateman (2011)....................................1,395 Monika Cavaliere (1994)...................................1,379 Janice Mounts (1997).........................................1,327 Missy McCaw (1993)...........................................1,323 Janice Mounts (1996).........................................1,318

Assists

Assists Per Set

(min. 200 assists) 1. Janice Mounts (1998).........................................15.05 2. Christine Brigman (1988)..................................13.44 3. Monika Cavaliere (1994)...................................13.39 4. Janice Mounts (1996).........................................13.31 5. Janice Mounts (1997).........................................13.01 6. Taylor Carico (2006)............................................12.68 7. Taylor Carico (2007)............................................12.67 8. Missy McCaw (1993)...........................................12.48 9. Kendall Bateman (2009)....................................12.44 10. Monika Cavaliere (1995)...................................12.41

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April Ross (2003)....................................................... 59 Nancy Hillman (1988)............................................. 59 Alex Jupiter (2011)................................................... 57 Janice Johnson (1982)............................................ 53 Julie Mariani (1999)................................................. 50 April Ross (2002)....................................................... 46 Megan McCallister (1988)..................................... 43 Asia Kaczor (2007).................................................... 40 Geena Urango (2007)............................................. 40 Janae Henry (2000).................................................. 40 Missy McCaw (1993)................................................ 40 Christine Brigman (1989)....................................... 40

Aces per Set

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

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

(min. 15 aces) April Ross (2003)....................................................0.52 Alex Jupiter (2011)................................................0.50 Julie Mariani (1999)..............................................0.47 Nancy Hillman (1988)..........................................0.47 April Ross (2002)....................................................0.43 Christine Brigman (1989)....................................0.42 Nancy Hillman (1985)..........................................0.41 Janae Henry (2000)...............................................0.39 Missy McCaw (1993).............................................0.38 Nancy Hillman (1987)..........................................0.38

Digs

Debora Seilhamer (2006)....................................721 Debora Seilhamer (2005)....................................696 Natalie Hagglund (2011).....................................596 Debora Seilhamer (2004)....................................571 Alli Hillgren (2009).................................................510 Alli Hillgren (2007).................................................508 Katie Haller (1992)..................................................504 Natalie Hagglund (2010).....................................497 Katie Haller (1991)..................................................489 Katie Haller (1993)..................................................473

Digs Per Set

(min. 100 digs) 1. Debora Seilhamer (2005)...................................6.82 2. Debora Seilhamer (2006)...................................6.32 3. Debora Seilhamer (2004)...................................5.39 4. Natalie Hagglund (2011)....................................5.14 5. Katie Haller (1992).................................................4.71 6. Alli Hillgren (2009)................................................4.51 7. Alli Hillgren (2007)................................................4.38 8. Nicole Davis (2003)...............................................4.25 Katie Haller (1991).................................................4.25 10. Alli Hillgren (2008)................................................4.16 1. 2. 3.

Solo Blocks

Lauri Yust (1994)....................................................... 54 Jasmina Marinkovic (1995)................................... 48 Leslie Devereaux (1985)......................................... 43 Anna Maria Lopez (1981)...................................... 43 5. Diane Copenhagen (2006).................................... 42 Emily Adams (2002)................................................. 42 7. Emily Adams (2003)................................................. 40 Lauri Yust (1993)....................................................... 40 Lauri Yust (1991)....................................................... 40 10. Lonise Norfleet (1990)............................................ 38 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Block Assists

Alaina Kipps (1997)................................................151 Jamie Hatchett (1988)..........................................149 Lauri Yust (1993).....................................................134 Leslie Devereaux (1985).......................................133 Jasmina Marinkovic (1997).................................127 Janice Johnson (1985)..........................................121 Bibiana Candelas (2003)......................................118 Emily Adams (2003)...............................................116 Stefanie Bodison (1991).......................................116 10. Emily Adams (2004)...............................................115 Jennifer Pahl (2000)...............................................115

Total Blocks

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

Jamie Hatchett (1988)..........................................180 Leslie Devereaux (1985).......................................176 Lauri Yust (1993).....................................................174 Alaina Kipps (1997)................................................172 Emily Adams (2003)...............................................156 Jasmina Marinkovic (1997).................................152 Lauri Yust (1994).....................................................148 Janice Johnson (1984)..........................................148 9. Lauri Yust (1991).....................................................147 10. Stefanie Bodison (1991).......................................146 Janice Johnson (1985)..........................................146

Blocks Per Set

(min. 40 blocks) Leslie Devereaux (1985)......................................1.98 Alaina Kipps (1997)...............................................1.61 Lauri Yust (1994)....................................................1.57 Janice Johnson (1985).........................................1.57 5. Lauri Yust (1993)....................................................1.51 6. Jasmina Marinkovic (1997)................................1.46 Lauri Yust (1991)....................................................1.46 8. Jamie Hatchett (1988).........................................1.42 9. Emily Adams (2003)..............................................1.39 10. Emily Adams (2002)..............................................1.38 Jasmina Marinkovic (1996)................................1.38 1. 2. 3.

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

Points

Asia Kaczor (2007)...............................................745.5 Asia Kaczor (2006)...............................................642.5 Alex Jupiter (2010)..............................................625.0 Alex Jupiter (2011)..............................................619.5 Alex Jupiter (2009)..............................................608.0 Bibiana Candelas (2005)...................................575.0 Diane Copenhagen (2006)...............................528.0 April Ross (2003)..................................................524.5 Keao Burdine (2004)...........................................500.0 Emily Adams (2003)............................................498.0

Points Per Set

1. 2.

Asia Kaczor (2007).................................................5.82 Asia Kaczor (2006).................................................5.64 Bibiana Candelas (2005).....................................5.64 4. Alex Jupiter (2011)................................................5.38 5. Alex Jupiter (2009)................................................5.29 6. Alex Jupiter (2010)................................................5.17 7. Keao Burdine (2004).............................................4.90 8. Staci Venski (2005)................................................4.84 9. April Ross (2003)....................................................4.64 10. Diane Copenhagen (2006).................................4.63 Most records begin in 1981. Assists, kills per game, assists per game, aces per game, digs per game and blocks per game begin in 1985. Points and points per game were instituted in 2001. * Players who began their careers before points were compiled. The statistics indicated are only those compiled since 2001.

Asia Kaczor


Individual Match Records

1. 2. 3.

Individual Kills

Asia Kaczor vs. Washington (11/16/07)............................GC................. 5s...............45 Jennifer Kessy vs. San Diego (12/6/97)............................. LC................. 5s...............38 Bibiana Candelas vs. Stanford (11/19/05)....................... LC................. 5s...............36 Jennifer Kessy vs. Wisconsin (9/12/98)..............................A.................. 5s .............36 Tracy Clark vs. UCLA (11/20/85)..........................................SA................. 5s...............36 6. Bibiana Candelas at Arizona State (11/19/05)............... LC................. 4s...............35 Keao Burdine at Washington State (11/27/04)...............A.................. 4s...............35 8. Asia Kaczor vs. Long Beach State (12/8/07)....................GC................. 5s...............34 Cica Baccelli vs. Washington State (10/24/92) . .............A.................. 4s...............34 10. Tracy Clark vs. Hawai‘i (11/23/84) ......................................A.................. 5s...............33 Tracy Clark vs. Hawai‘i (11/21/84)........................................A.................. 5s...............33 Alex Jupiter vs. Hawai'i (12/9/11)........................................A.................. 5s...............33 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Individual Attacks

Asia Kaczor vs. Washington (11/16/07)............................GC................. 5s.............100 Jennifer Kessy vs. Wisconsin (9/12/98)..............................A.................. 5s...............92 Tracy Clark vs. Hawai‘i (12/19/82)........................................N.................. 5s...............85 Alex Jupiter vs. Hawai'i (12/9/11)........................................A.................. 5s...............83 Asia Kaczor vs. Long Beach State (12/8/07)....................GC................. 5s...............82 Tracy Clark vs. Hawai‘i (11/23/84)........................................A.................. 5s...............82 Cica Baccelli vs. Washington State (10/24/92)................A.................. 4s...............81 Asia Kaczor vs. Stanford (12/13/07)....................................N.................. 5s...............80 Keao Burdine vs. Nebraska (12/11/04)..............................N.................. 5s...............80 Jill Daniels vs. Oregon (10/22/88).......................................A.................. 5s...............80

Individual Attack Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(minimum 15 attacks) Dana Smith vs. Long Beach State (10/6/82)......... A............ 3s........ Katie Olsovsky at Cal (11/9/01)................................. A............ 3s........ Jasmina Marinkovic vs. Arizona St. (9/19/97)..... NG.......... 3s........ Emily Adams vs. Ball State (8/29/03)...................... LC........... 3s........ Katie Olsovsky vs. Penn State (12/8/00)................SA........... 3s........ Jasmina Marinkovic vs. Oregon St. (11/8/97)..... NG.......... 3s........ Katie Olsovsky at Arizona (9/21/02)........................ A............ 3s........ Katie Olsovsky vs. Cal (10/13/01)............................. LC........... 3s........ Kelli Lantz vs. California (10/19/00)....................... NG.......... 3s........ Kirsti Olson vs. California (10/20/95)....................... A............ 3s........ Tracy Clark vs. UCLA (10/14/82).............................. NG.......... 3s........

.789 (15-0-19) .778 (14-0-18) .765 (13-0-17) .750 (15-0-20) .750 (12-0-16) .737 (14-0-19) .733 (11-0-15) .733 (11-0-15) .733 (11-0-15) .733 (12-1-15) .733 (11-0-15)

Individual Assists

Kim Ruddins vs. UCLA (11/20/85)......................................SA................. 5s...............87 Janice Mounts vs. Pacific (11/28/98)..................................A.................. 5s...............85 Sue Peters vs. California (10/19/90)................................... LC................. 5s...............84 Janice Mounts vs. San Diego (12/6/97)............................ LC................. 5s...............83 Heidi Munneke vs. Washington State (9/30/99)............A.................. 5s...............80 Christine Brigman vs. Arizona State (10/21/89).............A.................. 4s...............80 7. Janice Mounts vs. Washington (10/24/97)...................... LC................. 5s...............79 8. Janice Mounts vs. Washington State (10/11/96).......... NG................ 3s...............78 9. Christine Brigman vs. Washington (10/16/87)................A.................. 5s...............77 10. Monika Cavaliere vs. Oregon State (9/29/95).................A.................. 5s...............76 Christine Brigman vs. Arizona State (9/23/89).............. NG................ 5s...............76 Kim Ruddins vs. Hawai‘i (11/23/84)....................................A.................. 5s...............76 Kim Ruddins vs. Stanford (12/8/84)....................................N.................. 5s...............76 1.

5.

Individual Service Aces

Asia Kaczor at Oregon State (11/9/07)..............................A.................. 3s..................8 Janice Johnson vs. UC Irvine (11/23/82)...........................A.................. 3s..................8 Paula Weishoff vs. UCLA (10/16/80)..................................SA................. 4s..................8 Iris MacDonald vs. Arizona (11/8/80)............................... NG................ 3s..................8 Paula Dittmer-Goodwin vs. Arizona (10/5/79)............. NG................ 3s..................8 Katelyn Bishop at Arizona (11/18/05)................................A.................. 5s..................7 April Ross vs. Arizona State (10/10/03)............................ LC................. 3s..................7 April Ross vs. Centenary (9/12/03)......................................N.................. 3s..................7 Nicole Davis vs. Stanford (10/12/01)................................. LC................. 4s..................7 Janae Henry vs. Arizona State (11/9/00)......................... NG................ 4s..................7 Shannon Redfern vs. Arizona (9/20/97).......................... NG................ 3s..................7 Lisa Niedringhaus vs. Arizona (11/9/84)......................... NG................ 4s..................7 Janice Johnson vs. Long Beach State (11/12/82)........ NG................ 3s..................7 Leslie Devereaux vs. San Diego State (11/13/82)..........A.................. 5s..................7 Iris MacDonald vs. Cal State Fullerton (10/6/80).......... NG................ 4s..................7 Iris MacDonald vs. Arizona State (11/8/80).................... NG................ 3s..................7

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7.

1. 2.

Individual Digs

Debora Seilhamer at UCLA (11/12/04)..............................A.................. 5s...............45 Debora Seilhamer vs. Oregon (11/24/06).......................GC................. 4s...............41 Debora Seilhamer at Oregon (9/22/06)............................A.................. 5s...............39 Debora Seilhamer at Arizona State (11/19/05)..............A.................. 4s...............39 Tracy Clark vs. Stanford (12/8/84).......................................N.................. 5s...............38 Debora Seilhamer vs. Nebraska (12/11/04).......................N.................. 5s...............37 Alli Hillgren vs. California (10/26/07)................................GC................. 5s...............36 Debora Seilhamer vs. Washington (9/29/06)................. LC................. 4s...............36 Debora Seilhamer vs. Notre Dame (9/9/05)....................N.................. 4s...............36 Katie Haller vs. Washington State (10/24/92)..................A.................. 4s...............36 Megan McCallister vs. Arizona State (10/21/89)............A.................. 4s...............36

Individual Solo Blocks

Paula Dittmer-Goodwin vs. UCLA (10/17/79).................A.................. 5s..................8 Lonise Norfleet vs. Cal State Fullerton (9/18/90)......... NG................ 5s..................7 Leslie Devereaux vs. UC Irvine (11/23/82)........................A.................. 3s..................7 Anna Maria Lopez vs. CS Fullerton (10/6/80)................ NG................ 4s..................7 5. Emily Adams vs. Stanford (11/2/02).................................. LC................. 5s..................6 Jasmina Marinkovic vs. Pepperdine (10/4/95).............. NG................ 4s..................6 Anna Maria Lopez vs. Cal Poly (10/30/81)...................... NG................ 5s..................6 Paula Weishoff vs. Cal State Fullerton (10/6/80).......... NG................ 4s..................6 Paula Weishoff vs. Cal State Fullerton (11/11/80)..........A.................. 3s..................6 10. many times.............................................................................................................................5 1. 2. 3. 5. 8. 9. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7.

Individual Block Assists

Michelle Jameson vs. Pepperdine (11/30/84)............... NG................ 5s...............21 Janice Johnson vs. Pepperdine (11/30/84).................... NG................ 5s...............18 Leslie Devereaux vs. Cal Poly (10/20/85)..........................A.................. 3s...............17 Anna Maria Lopez vs. Long Beach State (10/14/79).....A.................. 5s...............17 Emily Adams vs. Washington (9/25/04)........................... LC................. 5s...............16 Leslie Devereaux vs. UC Santa Barbara (10/25/85).......A.................. 4s...............16 Tracy Clark vs. Pepperdine (11/30/84)............................. NG................ 5s...............16 Stefanie Bodison vs. Oregon State (10/21/88)...............A.................. 3s...............13 seven times.........................................................................................................................12

Individual Total Blocks

Michelle Jameson vs. Pepperdine (11/30/84)............... NG................ 5s...............26 Janice Johnson vs. Pepperdine (11/30/84).................... NG................ 5s...............19 Emily Adams vs. Washington (9/25/04)........................... LC................. 5s...............18 Tracy Clark vs. Pepperdine (11/30/84)............................ NG................ 5s...............18 Leslie Devereaux vs. Cal Poly (10/26/85)..........................A.................. 3s...............17 Leslie Deveraux vs. UC Santa Barbara (10/25/85)..........A.................. 4s...............17 Jennifer Pahl vs. Washington State (9/30/99).................A.................. 5s...............15 Alaina Kipps vs. UCLA (10/17/97)........................................A.................. 5s...............14 Meika Wagner vs. Washington (10/28/94).......................A.................. 5s...............14 Stefanie Bodison vs. Oregon State (10/21/88)...............A.................. 3s...............14 Leslie Devereaux vs. UCLA (10/18/85)...............................A.................. 5s...............14 Leslie Devereaux vs. San Diego State (10/30/84)..........A.................. 5s...............14

Individual Total Points

Points scoring began in the 2001 season and is calculated by adding kills, service aces and blocks (k+sa+b=total points). 1. Asia Kaczor vs. Washington (11/16/07)............................GC................. 5s............47.5 2. Bibiana Candelas vs. Stanford (11/26/05)....................... LC................. 5s............39.0 Bibiana Candelas at Arizona State (11/19/05)................A.................. 4s............39.0 4. Keao Burdine at Washington State (11/27/04)...............A.................. 5s............38.5 5. Alex Jupiter vs. Hawai'i (12/9/11)........................................A.................. 5s............37.5 6. Asia Kaczor vs. Long Beach State (12/8/07)....................GC................. 5s............35.5 7. Keao Burdine vs. Nebraska (12/11/04)..............................N.................. 5s............34.0 8. Alex Jupiter vs. Illinois (12/15/11).......................................N.................. 5s............33.5 9. Alex Jupiter at Arizona State (9/26/09).............................A.................. 4s............33.0 10. Alex Jupiter at California (10/9/10).....................................A.................. 5s............32.0

Record Section Legend A: Away N: Neutral NG: North Gym LC: Lyon Center s: sets SA: Sports Arena GC: Galen Center

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Individual Match Records Individual Kills 3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

Tracy Clark vs. San Diego State (10/6/84)............................. A..................31 Bibiana Candelas at Arizona State (11/19/05).................... A..................35 Asia Kaczor vs. Washington (10/16/07)................................GC................45

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

Katie Haller vs. Washington (11/12/93)............................... LC.................61 Cica Baccelli vs. Washington State (10/24/92).................... A..................81 Asia Kaczor vs. Washington (10/16/07)................................GC..............100

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

Dana Smith vs. Long Beach State (10/6/82)....... A........... Kelly Kuebler vs. Oregon (9/30/95)........................ A........... Lauri Yust vs. Santa Clara (9/11/93)....................... N........... Leslie Devereaux vs. San Jose State (11/2/85)...... A...........

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

Janice Mounts vs. Washington State (10/11/96)..............NG................78 Christine Brigman vs. Arizona State (10/21/89)................. A..................80 Kim Ruddins vs. UCLA (10/18/85).......................................... SA.................87

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

four times (last: Asia Kaczor at Oregon State, 11/9/07)... A.....................8 Paula Weishoff vs. UCLA (10/16/80)...................................... SA....................8 Katelyn Bishop at Arizona (11/18/05).................................... A.....................7. Leslie Devereaux vs. San Diego State (11/13/82).............. A.....................7

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

Debora Seilhamer vs. Pepperdine (12/3/05).......................... LC.................30 Natalie Hagglund vs. Washington (9/16/11)....................... A..................30 Debora Seilhamer vs. Oregon (11/24/06)...........................GC................41 Debora Seilhamer at UCLA (11/12/04).................................. A..................45

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

Leslie Devereaux vs. UC Irvine (11/23/82)............................ A.....................7 Anna Maria Lopez vs. Cal St. Fullerton (10/6/80)..............NG...................7 Paula Dittmer-Goodwin vs. UCLA (10/17/79)..................... A.....................8

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

Leslie Devereaux vs. Cal Poly (10/26/85).............................. A..................17 Leslie Devereaux vs. UCSB (10/25/85)................................... A..................16 Michelle Jameson vs. Pepperdine (11/30/84)....................NG................21

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

Leslie Devereaux vs. Cal Poly (10/26/85).............................. A..................17 Leslie Devereaux vs. UCSB (10/25/85)................................... A..................16 Michelle Jameson vs. Pepperdine (11/30/84)....................NG................26

Individual Attacks

Individual Attack Percentage .789 (15-0-19) .688 (24-2-32) .567 (20-3-30) .567 (19-2-30)

Individual Assists Keao Burdine

Individual Service Aces Leslie Devereaux

Individual Digs

Individual Block Solos

Individual Block Assists

Individual Total Blocks

Individual Total Points Points scoring began in the 2001 season and is calculated by adding kills, service aces and blocks (k+sa+b=total points). 3 sets Bibiana Candelas vs. Oregon State (10/7/05).................... LC..............27.0 4 sets Bibiana Candelas at Arizona State (11/19/05).................... A...............39.0 5 sets Asia Kaczor vs. Washington (11/16/07)................................GC.............47.5

Record Section Legend

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A: Away N: Neutral NG: North Gym LC: Lyon Center s: sets SA: Sports Arena GC: Galen Center

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Team Match Records Team High Kills 1. 3. 4. 5.

vs. UCLA (11/20/85)...............................................................SA................. 5s.............114 vs. Pacific (11/28/98)...............................................................A.................. 5s.............114 vs. San Diego (12/7/97)........................................................ LC................. 5s.............100 vs. Texas (11/30/91).................................................................N.................. 5s...............99 vs. Washington State (10/24/92)........................................A.................. 4s...............98 vs. Stanford (12/8/84).............................................................N.................. 5s...............98

Team Low Kills 1. 3. 4. 5.

vs. Pacific (11/15/86)...............................................................A.................. 3s...............13 vs. Arizona (12/11/81)............................................................N.................. 3s...............13 vs. Arizona State (11/1/86)...................................................A.................. 3s...............16 vs. UCLA (10/29/86).............................................................. NG................ 3s...............17 vs. UCLA (11/16/86)................................................................N.................. 3s...............18

Team High Errors 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

vs. San Diego State (10/30/84)............................................A.................. 5s...............55 vs. Oregon (10/22/88)............................................................A.................. 5s...............52 vs. Washington (10/16/87)...................................................A.................. 5s...............51 vs. UCLA (10/18/85)................................................................A.................. 5s...............47 vs. Hawai‘i (11/23/84).............................................................A.................. 5s...............46

Team Low Errors 1. 3. 4.

vs. Arizona (10/11/03)........................................................... LC................. 3s..................3 vs. Arizona State (10/3/81)................................................. NG................ 3s..................3 vs. Ball State (8/29/03)...........................................................N.................. 3s..................4 vs. Arizona State (11/9/85)...................................................A.................. 3s..................5 vs. Arizona (12/11/81)............................................................N.................. 3s..................5 vs. Florida Gulf Coast (9/2/11).............................................N.................. 3s..................5

Team High Attacks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

vs. Oregon (10/22/88)............................................................A.................. 5s.............295 vs. Washington State (10/24/92)........................................A.................. 4s.............280 vs. Washington State (10/15/93)........................................A.................. 4s.............272 vs. Stanford (12/8/84).............................................................N.................. 5s.............270 two times..........................................................................................................................269

Team Low Attacks 1. 2. 3. 4.

vs. Oregon State (10/23/87)............................................... NG................ 3s...............52 vs. Pepperdine (11/23/83)....................................................A.................. 3s...............56 vs. Arizona State (10/3/81)................................................. NG................ 3s...............57 vs. Arizona State (11/1/86)...................................................A.................. 3s...............65 vs. Arizona (9/20/97)............................................................. NG................ 3s...............65

Volleyball Scoring History And Recent Rule Changes:

Team High Attack Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

vs. Arizona (10/11/03).............................. LC................. 3s.................... .595 (53-3-84) vs. Ball State (8/29/03)..............................N.................. 3s.................... .580 (51-4-81) vs. Oregon (9/30/00)................................ NG................ 3s.................... .556 (46-6-72) at Stanford (10/17/03)...............................A.................. 3s.................. .545 (69-9-110) vs. Arizona State (10/3/81).................... NG................ 3s.................... .544 (34-3-57)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

vs. Pacific (11/15/86)..................................A.................. 3s................ -.198 (13-29-81) vs. UCLA (11/16/86)...................................N.................. 3s................ -.157 (18-29-70) vs. Ohio State (9/2/94)..............................N.................. 3s.................. .057 (29-24-87) vs. Arizona State (11/1/86)......................A.................. 3s................. -.031(16-18-65) vs. UCLA (10/29/86)................................. NG................ 3s................ -.028 (17-19-72)

1. 2. 3. 4.

vs. Pacific (11/28/98)...............................................................A.................. 5s ...........109 vs. UCLA (11/20/85)...............................................................SA................. 5s.............108 vs. San Diego (12/6/97)........................................................ LC................. 5s...............94 vs. Washington (10/24/97).................................................. LC................. 5s...............90 vs. Washington State (10/24/92)........................................A.................. 4s...............90

1. 2.

5.

vs. San Diego State (10/9/82)..............................................N.................. 5s...............22 vs. Cal State Northridge (9/27/91).....................................A.................. 5s...............20 vs. UC Irvine (11/23/82).........................................................A.................. 3s...............20 vs. San Diego State (10/24/80).......................................... NG................ 5s...............20 five times............................................................................................................................17

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

vs. Stanford (12/8/84).............................................................N.................. 5s.............166 at Washington State (10/24/92).........................................A.................. 4s.............143 vs. Pacific (10/10/87)...............................................................N.................. 4s.............127 vs. Nebraska (12/11/04).........................................................N.................. 5s.............129 vs. Washington (11/17/95).................................................. LC................. 5s.............123

1. 2. 3. 4.

vs. Cal State Fullerton (10/6/80)....................................... NG................ 4s...............21 vs. Arizona (11/9/90).............................................................. LC................. 5s...............19 vs. California (10/19/90)....................................................... LC................. 5s...............17 vs. Oregon (9/29/90).............................................................. LC................. 4s...............15 vs. UC Irvine (11/23/82).........................................................A.................. 3s...............15

1. 2. 3.

vs. Pepperdine (11/30/84).................................................. NG................ 5s...............80 vs. Long Beach State (10/14/79).........................................A.................. 5s...............50 vs. Cal Poly (10/26/85)............................................................A.................. 3s...............48 vs. San Diego State (10/30/84)............................................A.................. 5s...............48 vs. UC Santa Barbara (10/25/85).........................................A.................. 4s...............47 vs. UCLA (10/19/84).............................................................. NG................ 5s...............47

Team Low Attack Percentage

Team Assists

Team Service Aces

Team Digs

Team Solo Blocks

Team Block Assists

1976-1986 Tournament matches often decided in three games, while conference matches played to five games. All games played to 15 points and won by two points.

5.

1987-2000 Matches played in a best three-out-of-five games to 15 points. Rally scoring used in game five.

1. 2.

2001 Rally scoring instituted in all games. Games 1-4 played to 30 points, while game 5 played to 15 points. Total points (kills + service aces + blocks) introduced as a statistical category.

4. 5.

2002 Libero position introduced (not allowed to serve or attack the ball). Liberos gain statistical advantage in digs. 2004 2008

Libero allowed to serve.

Team Total Blocks

Team Total Points 1. 2. 3. 5.

Games are now termed "sets" with sets 1-4 played to 25 points

vs. Pepperdine (11/30/84).................................................. NG................ 5s...............50 vs. Arizona (11/9/84)............................................................. NG................ 4s...............35 vs. Long Beach State (10/17/79).........................................A.................. 5s...............35 vs. San Diego State (10/30/84)............................................A.................. 5s...............32 vs. UCLA (10/19/84).............................................................. NG................ 5s...............32

Points scoring began in the 2001 season and is calculated by adding kills, service aces and blocks (k+sa+b=total points). at Stanford (10/4/02)..............................................................A.................. 5s......... 109.0 vs. Washington (11/16/07)..................................................GC................. 5s......... 108.0 vs. Stanford (11/2/02)............................................................ LC................. 5s......... 107.0 vs. Stanford (11/2/01)............................................................ LC................. 5s......... 107.0 vs. Washington (9/25/04)..................................................... LC................. 5s......... 102.0. vs. Stanford (11/14/03)......................................................... LC................. 4s......... 102.0

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Team Set Records Team High Kills 3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

vs. Washington State (10/11/96)...................NG..........................................93 vs. Washington State (10/24/92).................... A............................................98 vs. UCLA (11/20/85)........................................... SA.........................................114 vs. Pacific (11/28/98).......................................... A..........................................114

Team Block Solos 3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

vs. UC Irvine (11/23/82).................................... A............................................15 vs. Cal State Fullerton (10/6/80)....................NG..........................................21 vs. Arizona (11/9/90)......................................... LC...........................................19

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

vs. Cal Poly (10/26/85)....................................... A............................................48 vs. UC Santa Barbara (10/25/85).................... A............................................47 vs. Pepperdine (11/30/84)...............................NG..........................................80

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

vs. Cal Poly (10/26/85)....................................... A............................................27 vs. Arizona (11/9/84).........................................NG..........................................35 vs. Pepperdine (11/30/84)...............................NG..........................................50

Team Block Assists Team Low Kills 3 sets

5 sets

vs. Pacific (11/15/86).......................................... A............................................13 vs. Arizona (12/11/81)........................................ N............................................13 vs. Arizona State (9/20/86)..............................NG..........................................28 vs. Hawai‘i (12/12/81)........................................ N............................................28 vs. Oregon State (9/26/86)............................... A............................................40

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

vs. Washington State (10/29/94).................... A............................................33 vs. Washington State (10/15/93).................... A............................................44 vs. San Diego State (10/30/84)....................... A............................................55

3 sets

vs. Arizona (10/11/03)....................................... LC..............................................3 vs. Arizona State (10/3/81)..............................NG.............................................3 vs. Hawai‘i (12/12/81)........................................ N...............................................9 vs. San Diego State (10/17/81)......................NG..........................................16

4 sets

Team High Errors

Team Low Errors 4 sets 5 sets

Team High Attacks 3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

vs. Washington State (10/29/94).................... A..........................................179 vs. Washington State (10/24/92).................... A..........................................280 vs. Oregon (10/22/88)........................................ A..........................................295

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

vs. Oregon State (10/23/87)...........................NG..........................................52 vs. UCLA (11/15/81)............................................ N............................................86 vs. Pepperdine (10/11/81)...............................NG........................................104

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

vs. Arizona (10/11/03)....................................... LC................... .595 (53-3-84) vs. UCLA (10/2/98).............................................NG............. .421 (67-11-133) vs. UC Santa Barbara (9/7/85)........................NG............. .419 (81-19-148)

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

vs. Pacific (11/15/86).......................................... A................ -.198 (13-29-81) vs. Long Beach State (9/1/90)......................... A................ .063 (47-37-158) vs. Oregon (10/22/88)........................................ A................ .132 (91-52-295)

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

vs. Washington State (10/11/96)...................NG..........................................84 vs. Washington State (10/24/92).................... A............................................90 vs. Pacific (11/28/98).......................................... A..........................................109

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

vs. UC Irvine (11/23/82).................................... A............................................20 vs. Arizona (11/9/94).........................................NG..........................................17 vs. UC Irvine (9/9/83)......................................... A............................................17 vs. San Diego State (10/9/82).......................... N............................................22

3 sets 4 sets 5 sets

vs. California (10/30/92)................................... LC...........................................96 at Washington State (10/24/92)..................... A..........................................143 vs. Stanford (12/8/84)........................................ N..........................................166

Team Low Attacks

Team High Attack Percentage

Team Low Attack Percentage

Team Assists

Team Service Aces

Team Digs

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Team Total Blocks

Team Total Points Points scoring began in the 2001 season and is calculated by adding kills, service aces and blocks (k+sa+b=total points). 3 sets vs. California (11/15/03)................................... LC........................................82.5 4 sets vs. Stanford (11/14/03)..................................... LC..................................... 102.0 5 sets at Stanford (10/4/02)......................................... A...................................... 109.0

Record Section Legend

A: Away N: Neutral NG: North Gym LC: Lyon Center SA: Sports Arena


Year-By-Year Stat Leaders

Tracy Clark led USC in kills all four years (1982-85)

Overall Kills Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Name Alex Jupiter Alex Jupiter Alex Jupiter Alex Jupiter Asia Kaczor Asia Kaczor Bibiana Candelas Keao Burdine April Ross April Ross April Ross April Ross Antoinette Polk Jennifer Kessy Jennifer Kessy Jasmina Marinkovic Kelly Kuebler Meika Wagner Katie Haller Cica Baccelli Katie Haller Lonise Norfleet Megan McCallister Megan McCallister Lonise Norfleet Nancy Hillman Tracy Clark Tracy Clark Tracy Clark Tracy Clark Dana Smith

Sets 115 121 115 108 128 114 102 102 113 107 96 107 106 105 106 104 95 105 115 103 106 106 113 127 85 101 93 -----

Kills 514 532 522 350 659 563 501 428 412 386 382 396 405 554 477 433 442 451 464 432 398 486 440 463 384 458 462 413 346 399 244

KPS 4.47 4.40 4.54 3.24 5.15 4.94 4.91 4.20 3.65 3.61 3.98 3.70 3.82 5.28 4.50 4.16 4.65 4.30 4.03 4.19 3.75 4.58 3.89 3.65 4.52 4.53 4.97 -----

Janice Mounts still holds the school career record for assists

Overall Assists

Year Name Sets Assists 2011 Kendall Bateman 116 1,395 2010 Kendall Bateman 127 1,567 2009 Kendall Bateman 115 1,431 2008 Taylor Carico 105 1,059 2007 Taylor Carico 126 1,597 2006 Taylor Carico 114 1,445 2005 Nena Siljegovic 102 1,208 2004 Alli Dillon 105 772 2003 Toni Anderson 113 1,213 2002 Toni Anderson 107 901 2001 Toni Anderson 100 843 2000 Toni Anderson 107 868 1999 Tracy Lindquist 103 791 1998 Janice Mounts 99 1,490 1997 Janice Mounts 102 1,327 1996 Janice Mounts 99 1,318 1995 Monika Cavaliere 94 1,167 1994 Monika Cavaliere 103 1,379 1993 Missy McCaw 106 1,323 1992 Sue Peters 104 1,025 1991 Missy McCaw 87 1,044 1990 Sue Peters 85 991 1989 Christine Brigman 96 1,181 1988 Christine Brigman 95 1,277 1987 Christine Brigman 97 1,167 1986 Yleana Carrasco 101 653 1985 Kim Ruddins 72 888 ** Assist records not kept prior to 1985.

APS 12.03 12.34 12.44 10.09 12.67 12.68 11.84 7.35 10.73 8.42 8.43 8.11 7.68 15.05 13.01 13.31 12.41 13.39 12.48 9.86 12.00 11.66 12.30 13.44 12.03 6.47 12.33

Lonise Norflett (left) led USC in kills in 1987 while Megan McCallister led the team in kills in 1988 and 1989 and in digs in 1990

Nicole Davis was USC's first libero and led the team in digs (2002-03)

Overall Digs Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Name Natalie Hagglund Natalie Hagglund Alli Hillgren Alli Hillgren Alli Hillgren Debora Seilhamer Debora Seilhamer Debora Seilhamer Nicole Davis Nicole Davis April Ross Janae Henry Janae Henry Jennifer Kessy Jennifer Kessy Jennifer Kessy Kelly Kuebler Kelly Kuebler Katie Haller Katie Haller Katie Haller Megan McCallister Yleana Carrasco Nancy Hillman Nancy Hillman Nancy Hillman Tracy Clark Tracy Clark Tracy Clark Kim Ruddins Dana Smith

Sets 116 125 113 108 116 114 102 106 106 105 96 102 107 105 106 103 95 94 115 107 106 106 110 125 99 101 93 -----

Digs 596 497 510 449 508 721 696 571 450 361 292 341 374 337 354 313 378 329 473 504 461 326 332 464 399 400 317 226 141 37 34

DPS 5.14 3.98 4.51 4.16 4.38 6.32 6.82 5.39 4.25 3.44 3.04 3.34 3.50 3.21 3.34 3.04 3.98 3.50 4.11 4.71 4.35 3.08 3.02 3.71 4.03 3.96 3.41 -----

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Nancy (Hillman) Somera led USC in digs for three consecutive seasons (1986-88)

Overall Blocks Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Name Lauren Williams Lauren Williams Lauren Williams Lauren Williams Bethany Johansen Bethany Johansen Bibiana Candelas Emily Adams Emily Adams Emily Adams Katie Olsovsky Jennifer Pahl Jennifer Pahl Jasmina Marinkovic Alaina Kipps Jasmina Marinkovic Jasmina Marinkovic Lauri Yust Lauri Yust Meika Wagner Stefanie Bodison Stefanie Bodison Stefanie Bodison Jamie Hatchett Jamie Hatchett Trisonya Thompson Leslie Devereaux Janice Johnson Leslie Devereaux Margaret Grant Anna Maria Lopez

Keao Burdine led the Women of Troy with 248 kills in Pac-10 play during the 2004 season Conference Kills Sets 113 119 110 99 120 114 102 106 112 102 99 104 107 103 107 104 101 94 115 106 105 106 113 127 94 93 89 -----

Blocks 90 115 105 103 125 126 93 145 156 141 127 132 99 110 172 143 135 148 174 135 134 119 124 258 122 103 176 141 112 116 86

BPS 0.80 0.97 0.95 1.04 1.04 1.11 0.91 1.37 1.39 1.38 1.28 1.27 0.93 1.27 1.61 1.38 1.34 1.57 1.51 1.27 1.28 1.12 1.10 2.03 1.30 1.11 1.98 ----

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Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Name Alex Jupiter Alex Jupiter Alex Jupiter Jessica Gysin Asia Kaczor Asia Kaczor Bibiana Candelas Keao Burdine April Ross April Ross April Ross April Ross Antoinette Polk Jennifer Kessy Jasmina Marinkovic Vesna Dragicevic Kelly Kuebler Meika Wagner Meika Wagner Cica Baccelli Katie Haller Lonise Norfleet Megan McCallister Megan McCallister Nancy Hillman Nancy Hillman Trcay Clark Tracy Clark Tracy Clark Dana Smith Dana Smith

Sets 70 73 69 72 66 65 66 59 59 62 61 61 63 62 66 64 73 67 64 60 65 68 63 75 63 56 30 -----

Kills 306 326 341 224 353 338 345 248 220 225 257 226 232 331 292 293 336 280 302 262 250 327 249 303 247 264 154 234 208 218 121

KPS 4.37 4.47 4.94 3.11 5.35 5.20 5.23 4.20 3.73 3.63 4.21 3.70 3.68 5.34 4.42 4.58 4.60 4.18 4.72 4.37 3.85 4.81 3.95 4.04 3.92 4.71 5.13 -----

Christine Brigman is second on USC's career list for assists per set (12.60)

Year Name Sets Assists 2011 Kendall Bateman 70 873 2010 Kendall Bateman 73 903 2009 Kendall Bateman 69 898 2008 Taylor Carico 71 728 2007 Taylor Carico 66 852 2006 Taylor Carico 65 843 2005 Nena Siljegovic 66 795 2004 Alli Dillon 63 475 2003 Toni Anderson 59 618 2002 Toni Anderson 62 521 2001 Toni Anderson 61 531 2000 Toni Anderson 61 500 1999 Heidi Munneke 43 459 1998 Janice Mounts 57 918 1997 Janice Mounts 66 863 1996 Janice Mounts 63 837 1995 Monica Cavaliere 67 841 1994 Monica Cavaliere 65 866 1993 Missy McCaw 49 790 1992 Sue Peters 61 611 1991 Missy McCaw 59 731 1990 Sue Peters 64 782 1989 Christine Brigman 63 810 1988 Christine Brigman 52 731 1987 Chrsitine Brigman 59 736 1986 Yleana Carrasco 56 390 1985 Kim Ruddins 27 377 ** Assist records not kept prior to 1985.

APS 12.47 12.37 13.01 10.25 12.91 12.97 12.05 7.54 10.47 8.40 8.70 8.20 10.67 16.11 13.08 13.29 12.55 13.32 16.12 10.02 12.39 12.22 12.86 14.06 12.47 6.96 13.96

Jasmina Marinkovic is second all-time at USC with 1,699 career kills

Jamie Hatchett holds the single-season record for blocks, averaging over two blocks a game in 1998


Year-By-Year Stat Leaders Conference Digs Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Name Natalie Hagglund Natalie Hagglund Alli Hillgren Alli Hillgren Alli Hillgren Debora Seilhamer Debora Seilhamer Debora Seilhamer Nicole Davis Nicole Davis April Ross Antoinette Polk Janae Henry Jennifer Kessy Jennifer Kessy Jennifer Kessy Kelly Kuebler Kelly Kuebler Katie Haller Katie Haller Katie Haller Megan McCallister Yleana Carrasco Nancy Hillman Nancy Hillman Nancy Hillman Tracy Clark Tracy Clark Tracy Clark Kim Ruddins Anne Marie Lopez

Conference Blocks Sets 70 71 69 72 64 65 66 63 55 60 61 61 63 62 66 64 73 68 64 63 65 68 63 74 63 56 30 -----

Digs 363 294 340 304 311 446 471 331 234 209 178 188 210 191 234 197 299 236 239 324 294 227 194 299 269 238 104 152 205 17 14

DPS 5.19 4.14 4.93 4.22 4.86 6.86 7.14 5.25 4.25 3.48 2.92 3.08 3.33 3.08 3.55 3.08 4.10 3.47 4.52 5.14 4.52 3.34 3.08 4.04 4.27 4.25 3.47 -----

Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

Name Sets Lauren Williams 69 Lauren Williams 72 Lauren Williams 69 Lauren Williams 69 Zoe Garrett 66 Bethany Johansen 65 K. Bishop/B. Candelas 66 Emily Adams 63 Emily Adams 58 Emily Adams 57 Katie Olsovsky 60 Katie Olsovsky 61 Jennifer Pahl 63 Jasmina Marinkovic 59 Alaina Kipps 66 Jasmina Marinkovic 63 Kilee Hughes 69 Lauri Yust 56 Lauri Yust 64 Meika Wagner 63 Lauri Yust 61 Kiersten Finch 64 Stefanie Bodison 63 Jamie Hatchett 75 Jamie Hatchett 59 Trisonya Thompson 50 Leslie Devereaux 27 Leslie Devereaux -Leslie Devereaux -Margaret Grant --

Blocks 58 67 68 71 71 68 61 96 83 75 75 73 67 80 103 90 62 92 95 70 90 74 68 114 80 62 53 82 55 62

BPS 0.84 0.93 0.99 1.03 1.08 1.05 0.92 1.52 1.43 1.32 1.25 1.20 1.06 1.36 1.56 1.43 1.05 1.64 1.48 1.11 1.48 1.16 1.08 1.52 1.36 1.24 1.96 ----

Katie Olsovsky

Miscellaneous USC Volleyball Statistics

Debora Seilhamer

Single Season Winning Percentage............................................ 1.000 (35-0)...........................................................2003 ................................................................................................................. 1.000 (38-0)...........................................................1977 Consecutive Winning Seasons................................................................16........................................................ 1991-2006 Consecutive Non-Losing Seasons.........................................................16........................................................ 1991-2006 Matches Won In A Season........................................................................46....................................................................1980 Matches Lost In A Season.........................................................................32....................................................................1986 Consecutive Matches Won.......................................................................56..................... Nov. 27, 1976-Sept. 27, 1978 Consecutive NCAA Matches Won....................................................... 52 %......................Nov. 2, 2002-Sept. 11, 2004 Consecutive Sets Won...............................................................................38.......................................Sept. 1-Oct. 6, 2000 Consecutive Home Matches Won.........................................................30.......................... Sept. 6, 2000-Dec. 6, 2001 Consecutive Road Matches Won (includes neutral sites)....................50.......................Nov. 27, 1976-Oct. 19, 1978 Consecutive NCAA Road Matches Won .............................................48..................... Nov. 15, 2001-Sept. 10, 2004 Consecutive Matches Won Against Conf. Opponents...................25........................Nov. 8, 2002-Sept. 25, 2004 Consecutive Regular Season Conference Matches Won...................23........................Nov. 8, 2002-Sept. 25, 2004 Consecutive Matches Lost.......................................................................18...................................Oct. 11-Nov. 28, 1986 Fewest Total Points Allowed, Three-Set Match................................ ^6................................................. Sept. 10, 2004 ...........................................................................................................................*6.................................................... Oct. 18, 1999 ...........................................................................................................................*6.......................................................Oct. 2, 1979 ......................................................................................................................... ^30...................................................Sept. 2, 2011 Fewest Total Points Allowed, Four-Set Match..................................*24................................................ Sept. 30, 1995 ......................................................................................................................... ^79..................................................Nov. 14, 2003 Fewest Total Points Allowed, Five-Set Match...................................*45.................................................. Oct. 24, 2000 ........................................................................................................................^113................................................. Oct. 18, 2003 *Prior to scoring change (without rally scoring) in 2001. ^After scoring change (with rally scoring) in 2001.

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Adams, Emily............................................................. 2001-04 Aiassa, Lexi........................................................................2008 Anderson, Kristen...........................................................2002 Anderson, Toni......................................................... 2000-03 Araujo, Iracema .............................................................1988 Avol, Shelby......................................................................2008

Clark, Tracy .............................................................. 1982-85 Clark, Star ................................................................. 1977-78 Combs, Sheila ......................................................... 1986-89 Copenhagen, Diane................................................ 2004-07 Cormier, Kashi........................................................... 1997-99 Corpuz, Cynthia....................................................... 1997-98 Crone, Hayley...................................................2011

B Baccelli, Cica.............................................................. 1991-92 Bateman, Kendall.................................................... 2008-11 Becker, Carolyn .............................................................1977 Bishop, Katelyn......................................................... 2004-07 Bodison, Stefanie . ................................................. 1988-91 Bohle, Christine........................................................ 1997-98 Brigman, Christine ................................................ 1987-89 Brill, Rene . ........................................................................1990 Brombach, Sharon .......................................................1978 Brown, Julie .....................................................................1995 Brunst, Bonny .......................................................... 1993-96 Burdine, Keao............................................................ 2001-04 Burnham, Kirby.......................................... 2010-11 Burrows, Debbie .................................................... 1977-78 Bustabad, Annie ...........................................................1982

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Candelas, Bibiana.................................................... 2002-05 Carlsen, Lara ...................................................................1992 Carico, Taylor............................................................. 2006-08 Carrasco, Yleana .................................................... 1986-89 Carroll, Jaime............................................................. 2000-01 Casey, Whitney . .............................................................1993 Cattaneo, Kati..................................................................2008 Cavaliere, Monika ................................................... 1993-95

Jessica Gysin (2006-09)

I Irato, Capi ................................................................. 1992-94 Irvin, Kelly..........................................................................2009

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Diane Copenhagen (2004-07)

D Dalbeck, Emily.................................................................1998 Daniels, Jill ............................................................... 1986-89 Davis, Nicole.............................................................. 2000-03 Devereaux, Leslie .................................................. 1982-85 Dillon, Alli................................................................... 2004-06 Dittmer-Goodwin, Paula . .................................... 1976-80 Dragicevic, Vesna ................................................... 1994-96 Dyer, Ashlyn.....................................................................1998

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Kaczor, Asia................................................................ 2006-07 Kelleher, Kristin ..............................................................1990 Kessy, Jennifer ........................................................ 1995-98

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G Garrett, Zoe................................................................ 2007-10 Gilmour, Kathleen..........................................................2005 Grant, Margaret . .................................................... 1981-82 Green, Debbie ........................................................ 1976-77 Griffith, Karen . ...............................................................1978 Gysin, Jessica............................................................. 2006-09

H Hagglund, Natalie..................................... 2010-11 Haller, Katie .............................................................. 1990-93 2012 USC Women's Volleyball

Jameson, Michelle ................................................. 1983-85 Jepsen, Lori . ....................................................................1976 Johansen, Bethany.................................................. 2006-07 Johnson, Janice . ..................................................... 1982-85 Jupiter, Alex............................................................... 2008-11

Eichler, Audrey.......................................................... 2008-09 Eischen, Alisa .......................................................... 1983-85

Finch, Kiersten ......................................................... 1988-91 Florian, Sarah...................................................................2004 Fonoiomoana, Falyn......................................................2010 Foonberg, Dana ............................................................1986 Freeburg, Kimi.......................................................... 2003-06 Fuller, Katie................................................ 2009-11

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Hardy, Elaine ..................................................................1982 Hatchett, Jamie ...................................................... 1985-88 Henry, Janae......................................................... 1997-2000 Hill, Laurie ................................................................. 1993-96 Hillgren, Alli............................................................... 2006-09 Hillgren, Carolyn...................................................... 2009-10 Hillman, Nancy ....................................................... 1985-88 Hirschmann, Sam...........................................................2010 Hughes, Kilee ........................................................... 1993-96

Tracy Lindquist (1999-2002) Killian, Lauren...................................................... 1999-2002 Kipps, Alaina . .......................................................... 1995-98 Kuebler, Kelly .......................................................... 1992-95 Kurt, Missy . .....................................................................1987

L Landreth, Debbie .................................................. 1976-77 Lane, Karin ................................................................ 1978-80 Lantz, Kelli.................................................................. 2000-03 Lee, Suzette ............................................................. 1979-82 Lewis, Yvonne . ....................................................... 1984-87 Lindemann, Antoinette . ...................................... 1994-96 Lindquist, Tracy................................................... 1999-2002 Long, Leslie . ...................................................................1976


All-Time Letterwinners Lopez, Anna Maria ................................................ 1978-81 Luedke, Lynne ...............................................................1977 Lundie, Marie .................................................................1978

M MacDonald, Iris .............................................................1980 Mariani, Julie........................................................ 1999-2002 Marinkovic, Jasmina ............................................. 1995-98 Martin, Debbie .............................................................1991 McBride, Andrea.............................................................2005 McCallister, Megan ............................................... 1987-90 McCaw, Missy .......................................................... 1990-93 McGarrey, Katie . ...........................................................1981 McKibbin, Claudia ........................................................1980 Merriken, Lara . ..............................................................1986 Miller, Mychaela....................................................... 2007-09 Moiso, Katrina . ....................................................... 1983-85 Montgomery, Annie............................................... 2003-06 Morales, Marcela . ................................................... 1990-91 Morgan, Julie .................................................................1976 Mounts, Janice ....................................................... 1995-98 Munneke, Heidi........................................................ 1997-99 Murphy, Connie ..................................................... 1989-90

N Nelson, Leslie .......................................................... 1978-81 Niedringhaus, Lisa ................................................ 1982-84 Norfleet, Lonise . .................................................... 1987-90

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Obradovich, Paige..........................................................2008 Olgard, Alexis............................................. 2010-11 Oliver, Amber . ......................................................... 1996-99 Olson, Karen ............................................................ 1978-81 Olson, Kirsti . ............................................................. 1993-96 Olsovsky, Katie.......................................................... 2000-03

Antoinette Polk (1997-2000)

P Pahl, Jennifer........................................................ 1998-2001 Palomar, Kayla.................................................................1996 Pankopf, Nicole ...................................................... 1980-81 Peters, Sue ............................................................... 1989-92 Peterson, Sara...................................................... 1997-2000 Place, Terry .............................................................. 1976-77 Polk, Antoinette.................................................. 1997-2000

R Rampe, Sue . ............................................................ 1982-84 Redfern, Shannon.................................................... 1997-98 Rich, Kathy ............................................................... 1986-89 Robinson, Alicia........................................................ 2001-04 Roleder, Kimmee..................................................... 2007-10 Ross, April................................................................... 2000-03 Ruddins, Kim ........................................................... 1981-85 Russ, Bria..........................................................2011

S Schraer, Hannah..............................................2011 Seilhamer, Debora................................................... 2003-06 Shaw, Sara.................................................. 2010-11 Siemiatkowska, Marta............................................ 2006-07 Siljegovic, Nena........................................................ 2004-05 Siljkovic, Natasa......................................... 2010-11 Smith, Dana ............................................................. 1980-83 Stephen, Sara . ........................................................ 1995-98 Stewart, Emilie.......................................................... 2008-09 Stukel, Cathy ........................................................... 1978-81 Sury, Monique ...............................................................1986

T Tennant, Kelli............................................................. 2005-06 Thiene, Maya . ......................................................... 1978-79 Thompson, Trisonya . ........................................... 1985-87

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Urango, Geena.......................................................... 2007-10 Uranich, Lori ............................................................ 1979-82

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Wilson, Chelsea........................................................ 2006-07 Woodstra, Sue ...............................................................1977

Y Yarrison, Connie ...........................................................1986 Yoder, Erin.................................................. 2009-11 Young, Emily....................................................2011 Yust, Lauri ............................................................... 1991-94

Head Coaches Elliott, Jerritt (interim)............................................ 1999-00 Erbe, Chuck.........................................1976-77, 1979-1988 Flickenger, Dale...............................................................1978 Haley, Mick........................................ 2001-present Love, Lisa.................................................................... 1989-98

Assistant Coaches Calvert, Sherry.................................................................1976 Dagenais, Todd.................................................... 2005-2007 DeOliveira, Ana........................................................ 1989-90 Eberhart, Joli............................................................. 1993-94 Elliott, Jerritt.............................................................. 1995-98 Flickenger, Dale...............................................................1977 Gabel, Myles............................................1976-80, 1983-86 George, Steve..................................................................1981 Grant, Margaret........................................................ 1987-88 Gulbranson, Ericka.................................................. 1999-00 Keife, Chris............................................2001- 02 (volunteer) Machan, Rob..............................2000-2004 (volunteer ‘00) Nollan, Tim.............2003 (volunteer), 2008-present Pickering, Kim........................................................... 1983-84 Rubio, Keith......................................................................1996 Seki, Rikea..........................................................................1980 Sliva, Kelley.......................1989-92 (assoc. head coach ‘92) Somera, Ben.....................................................................1995 Stevens, Cookie................................ 2005-present Stukel, Cathy....................................................................1982 Somera, Nancy (Hillman)...................................... 1991-98 Towne-Gilbert, Liz..........................................................2004 Weishoff, Paula . .............. 1997-2003 (asst. head coach '03) Xie, John...................................2005-present (volunteer) Zanone, Gina............................................................. 1978-79

Vandeweghe, Tauna ...................................................1981 Van Horn, Kim . ..............................................................1984 Venski, Staci............................................................... 2002-04 Vetter, Jeanne . ........................................................ 1994-97 Vivas, Lindy . ...................................................................1976

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Wagner, Meika ...................................................... 1991-94 Warnock, Laura .............................................................1992 Weishoff, Paula . ............................................................1980 Whistler, Marci . ...................................................... 1984-85 White, Antoinette . .......................................................1987 Williams, Lauren....................................................... 2008-11

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Alexis Olgard........................................................ 2010-2011 Kimi Freeburg...................................................... 2003-2006 Tracy Lindquist.................................................... 1999-2002 Laurie Hill.............................................................. 1993-1996 Jamie Hatchett.................................................... 1985-1988 Lisa Niedringhaus............................................... 1982-1984 Leslie Nelson........................................................ 1978-1981

2 Bria Russ.............................................................................2011 Geena Urango..................................................... 2007-2010 Debora Seilhamer.............................................. 2003-2006 Julie Mariani......................................................... 1999-2002 Emily Dalbeck..................................................................1998 Antoinette Lindemann..................................... 1994-1996 Marcela Morales.................................................. 1990-1991 Kathy Rich.............................................................1986, 1989 Marci Whistler...................................................... 1984-1985 Katie McGarrey................................................................1981 Paula Dittmer-Goodwin................................... 1976-1980

3 Natalie Hagglund............................................... 2010-2011 Alli Hillgren........................................................... 2006-2009 Nena Siljegovic.................................................... 2004-2005 Toni Anderson..................................................... 2001-2003 Antoinette Polk................................................... 1997-2000 Kelly Kuebler........................................................ 1992-1995 Kiersten Finsch.................................................... 1988-1991 Kim Ruddins.................................................1981-82, 84-85

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Kirby Burnham.................................................... 2010-2011 Jessica Gysin......................................................... 2006-2009 Annie Montgomery.......................................................2003 Kristen Anderson..................................................... 2001-02 Kayla Palomar..................................................................1996 Monika Cavaliere..................................................... 1993-95 Cica Baccelli............................................................... 1991-92 Megan McCallister.................................................. 1987-90 Connie Yarrison...............................................................1986 Alisa Eischen.............................................................. 1983-85 Cathy Stukel.............................................................. 1978-81 Debbie Landreth...................................................... 1976-77

Lauren Williams................................................... 2008-2011 Keao Burdine........................................................ 2001-2004 Sara Peterson....................................................... 1997-2000 Kirsti Olson............................................................ 1993-1996 Sue Peters.............................................................. 1989-1992 Kim Van Horn...................................................................1984 Margaret Grant.................................................... 1981-1982 Sharon Brombach..........................................................1978 Karin Lane............................................................. 1978-1980

6 Natasa Siljkovic................................................... 2010-2011 Paige Obradovich...........................................................2008 Katelyn Bishop..................................................... 2004-2007 Jaime Carroll......................................................... 2000-2001 Julie Brown.......................................................................1995 Jill Daniels............................................................. 1986-1989 Janice Johnson.................................................... 1982-1985 Anna Maria Lopez.............................................. 1978-1981

Bibiana Candelas (2002-05)

4 Hayley Crone....................................................................2011 Annie Montgomery................................................ 2004-06 Nicole Davis.......................................................... 2000-2003 Cynthia Corpuz.................................................... 1997-1998 Vesna Dragicevic................................................. 1994-1996 Kristen Kelleher...............................................................1990 Trisonya Thompson........................................... 1985-1987 Dana Smith........................................................... 1980-1983 Marie Lundie....................................................................1978 Sue Woodstra...................................................................1977

Kelly Kuebler (1992-95)

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9 Sam Hirschmann............................................................2010 Taylor Carico......................................................... 2006-2008 Andrea McBride..............................................................2005 Emily Adams......................................................... 2001-2004 Janice Mounts...................................................... 1995-1998 Katie Haller............................................................ 1990-1993 Nancy Hillman..................................................... 1985-1988 Sue Rampe............................................................ 1982-1984 Paula Weishoff.................................................................1980 Maya Thiene......................................................... 1978-1979

10 Sara Shaw.............................................................. 2010-2011 Kati Cattaneo...................................................................2008 Bethany Johansen.............................................. 2006-2007 Alex Dunphy.....................................................................2004 Jasmina Marinkovic........................................... 1995-1998 Missy McCaw........................................................ 1990-1993 Christine Brigman.............................................. 1987-1989 Tracy Clark............................................................. 1982-1985 Debbie Green....................................................... 1976-1977

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7 Alex Jupiter........................................................... 2008-2011 Asia Kaczor............................................................ 2006-2007 Bibiana Candelas................................................ 2002-2005 Heidi Munneke.................................................... 1997-1999 Kilee Hughes........................................................ 1993-1996 Laura Warnock.................................................................1992 Lonise Norfleet.................................................... 1987-1990 Michelle Jameson............................................... 1983-1985 Lori Uranich.......................................................... 1979-1982 Karen Griffith....................................................................1978 Carolyn Becker.................................................................1977

Audrey Eichler..................................................... 2008-2009 Marta Siemiatkowska........................................ 2006-2007 Sarah Florian....................................................................2004 Sara Stephen........................................................ 1995-1998 Lauri Yust............................................................... 1991-1994 Rene Brill............................................................................1990 Sheila Combs........................................... 1986, 1988-1989 Missy Kurt..........................................................................1987 Leslie Devereaux................................................. 1982-1985 Karen Olson.......................................................... 1978-1981 Lynne Luedke...................................................................1977


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Kendall Bateman................................................ 2008-2011 Diane Copenhagen............................................ 2004-2007 Kelli Lantz.............................................................. 2000-2003 Alaina Kipps.......................................................... 1995-1998 Stefanie Bodison................................................. 1988-1991 Yvonne Lewis....................................................... 1984-1987 Suzette Lee........................................................... 1979-1982 Debbie Burrows.................................................. 1977-1978

13 Falyn Fonoimoana..........................................................2010 Shelby Avol.......................................................................2008 Alicia Robinson.................................................... 2001-2004 Whitney Casey.................................................................1993 Dana Foonberg...............................................................1986 Tauna Vandeweghe.......................................................1981 Claudia McKibbin...........................................................1980 Star Clark............................................................... 1977-1978

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Kelly Irvin...........................................................................2009 Amber Oliver............................................................. 1996-99 Connie Murphy........................................................ 1989-90 Sheila Combs...................................................................1987

Carolyn Hillgren.................................................. 2009-2010 Ashlyn Dyer......................................................................1998

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Emilie Stewart...................................................... 2008-2009 Chelsea Wilson.................................................... 2006-2007 Julie Morgan.....................................................................1976

Lexi Aiassa.........................................................................2008 Jeanne Vetter............................................................ 1994-97 Lara Carlson......................................................................1992

18 Lara Merriken...................................................................1986

Lauren Killian (1999-2002)

24 26 Kelli Tennant......................................................... 2005-2006 Jennifer Pahl......................................................... 1998-2001

32 Zoe Garrett............................................................ 2007-2010 Alli Dillon............................................................... 2004-2006 Christine Bohle.................................................... 1997-1998 Lori Jepsen........................................................................1976

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Katie Olsovsky........................................................... 2000-03

Hannah Schraer..............................................................2011 Mychaela Miller................................................... 2007-2009 April Ross............................................................... 2000-2003 Shannon Redfern................................................ 1997-1998 Debbie Martin.................................................................1991 Iracema Araujo................................................................1988 Antoinette White............................................................1987 Monique Sury..................................................................1986 Elaine Hardy.....................................................................1982 Nicole Pankopf.................................................... 1980-1981

Janae Henry (1997-2000)

15 Erin Yoder.............................................................. 2009-2011 Kathleen Gilmour .............................................. 2004-2005 Lauren Killian............................................................ 1999-02 Jennifer Kessy........................................................... 1995-98 Meika Wagner........................................................... 1991-94 Yleana Carrasco........................................................ 1986-89 Katrina Moiso............................................................ 1983-85 Annie Bustabad...............................................................1982

19 Capi Irato.................................................................... 1992-94

20 Emily Young......................................................................2011 Terry Place.................................................................. 1976-77

21 April Ross (2000-03)

Katie Olsovsky (2000-03)

Kimmee Roleder................................................. 2007-2010 Staci Venski........................................................... 2002-2005 Kashi Cormier............................................................ 1997-99 Bonny Brunst............................................................. 1993-96 Lindy Vivas........................................................................1976

22 Katie Fuller............................................................ 2009-2011 Janae Henry............................................................... 1997-00

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AIAW National Champions (l to r): Julie Morgan, Lindy Vivas, Debbie Green, Terry Place and Debbie Landreth

Highlighting the 1976 Season • With head coach Chuck Erbe in his first season at the helm of the USC women’s volleyball program, the Women of Troy were ranked No. 1 by Volleyball Magazine in the preseason polls. They were selected to finish ahead of two-time national champion UCLA and 1975 runner-up Hawai’i. • USC awarded scholarships for the first time in program history due to the advent of Title IX. • Three freshmen (Terry Place, Paula Dittmer-Goodwin, Debbie Green) joined one sophomore transfer (1976 USVBA All-American Debbie Landreth) and three returning starters (Julie Morgan, Lori Jepsen, Linda Vivas) on the 1976 squad. • Coach Erbe implemented one of the most demanding schedules in USC volleyball history. The team practiced seven days a week and played as many as three games a week. It was easily twice as much as any other collegiate volleyball program. • Winning the tournament championship at the UCLA Invitational, USC setter Debbie Green and middle blocker Terry Place were named to the all-tournament team. • During the regular season, the Trojans lost only one match, to crosstown rival UCLA at the WAIAW Regionals held at UC Davis. The loss forced the two teams to play a one-game playoff in order to advance to the AIAW Championships. USC defeated the Bruins, 15-8, to qualify. • USC advanced to the national championships held Dec. 8-11 at the University of Texas. First Rounds • At the start of the tournament, USC was forced to play its first two matches without injured starters Paula DittmerGoodwin and Julie Morgan. Against Texas, the Trojans quickly jumped out to a 4-0 lead and never looked back, defeating the Longhorns, 15-1, 15-6, then routing Maryland, 15-1, 15-1. After the first day of competition, USC, UCLA, Pepperdine and Hawai’i were the only undefeated teams remaining. Upon

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Dittmer-Goodwin’s return to the lineup, the Women of Troy defeated Michigan State, Eastern Kentucky and Arizona, by identical 2-0 scores. Quarterfinals • One day after first facing the Spartans, USC again defeated Michigan State, 15-10, 15-6, to advance to the semifinals. Semifinals • For the first time since the start of the championship tournament, USC was at full strength with Paula DittmerGoodwin and Julie Morgan healthy and back in the lineup. USC defeated Pepperdine, 15-3, 15-6, after tallying 12 unanswered points in the first game. Thus far, the Women of Troy had managed to beat every team in the tournament in two games. Finals • UCLA and USC advanced to the championship match and faced each other for the sixth time, as the Trojans looked to avenge their single loss of the season. USC gained a quick lead in the first game and with impenetrable blocking, solid defense and the quick-hitting of Paula Dittmer-Goodwin, they earned the 15-6 victory. In the second game, the Women of Troy jumped to a 3-0 lead, but the Bruins fought back to take a 13-9 advantage. The Trojans held them off and tied the score at 14 apiece but eventually surrendered the game, 14-16. Heading into the deciding game, USC relied on the efforts of Debbie Landreth and Julie Morgan, who blocked an attack by UCLA’s Terry Condon for the final point of a 15-5 USC victory. The Women of Troy defeated the UCLA Bruins to be crowned 1976 AIAW National Champions. 1976 All-Americans Debbie Landreth, Debbie Green, Terry Place, Paula DittmerGoodwin

1976 Results (34-1, 8-0 WCAA) S25 S28 O2 O8 O9 O12 O15 O19 O21 O22 O28 O30 N2 N5/6 N5/6 N5/6 N5/6 N5/6 N9 N19 N20 N26 N26 N26 N27 N27 N27 D9 D9 D9 D10 D10 D10 D11 D11

UC Irvine............................................................. W, 3-0 at Cal State Northridge.................................. W, 2-0 San Jose State................................................... W, 3-0 * at Long Beach State..................................... W, 3-0 Cal State Northridge....................................... W, 2-0 at UC Irvine........................................................ W, 3-0 * at San Diego State........................................ W, 3-0 * at Cal State Fullerton................................... W, 3-0 at Hawai‘i............................................................ W, 3-0 at Hawai‘i............................................................ W, 3-1 * UCLA.................................................................. W, 3-2 UC Santa Barbara............................................. W, 3-0 * Long Beach State.......................................... W, 3-0 % Cal State Northridge.................................. W, 2-0 % California........................................................ W, 2-0 % Long Beach State........................................ W, 2-0 % BYU................................................................... W, 2-0 % UCLA................................................................ W, 2-0 * at San Diego State........................................ W, 3-0 Cal State Fullerton........................................... W, 3-0 * at UCLA............................................................. W, 3-1 & UC Santa Barbara......................................... W, 2-0 & Cal State Northridge................................... W, 2-0 & Pepperdine..................................................... W, 2-0 & UCLA.................................................................. L, 0-2 & UCLA ............................................................... W, 2-1 & UCLA.............................. W, 1-0 (1-game playoff ) ! Texas................................................................... W, 2-0 ! Maryland........................................................... W, 2-0 ! Michigan State................................................ W, 2-0 ! Eastern Kentucky........................................... W, 2-0 ! Arizona.............................................................. W, 2-0 ! Michigan State................................................ W, 2-0 ! Pepperdine...................................................... W, 2-0 ! UCLA.................................................................. W, 2-1

* - WCAA match %- UCLA Invitational at Westwood, Calif. & - WAIAW Regional at Davis, Calif. ! - AIAW Championships at Austin, Texas

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1977

AIAW National Champions Top (l to r): Debbie Green, Paula Dittmer-Goodwin, Head Coach Chuck Erbe, Sue Woodstra, Debbie Landreth Bottom: Terry Place, Lynne Luedke, Star Clark, Carolyn Becker 1977 Results (38-0, 8-0 WCAA) Highlighting the 1977 Season • With four returning starters from the 1976 national championship team, the addition of All-American candidates Star Clark, Sue Woodstra and Lynne Luedke, and the secondyear leadership of head coach Chuck Erbe, USC was on its way to defending its national title in 1977. • Volleyball Magazine ranked USC No. 1 in the preseason polls. • The Women of Troy opened the season by easily defeating seventh-ranked UC Santa Barbara, 15-5, 15-3, 15-0. USC faced and defeated four Top 10 opponents throughout the season: No. 2 UCLA, No. 3 Hawai’i, No. 4 Pepperdine and UCSB. • Besides defeating all their top-ranked opponents, the highlight proved to be a 7-15, 15-9, 17-15, 14-16, 15-12 victory over UCLA. The match was played in front of 3,753 fans - the largest crowd ever to assemble for a women’s sporting event at UCLA. It was considered by many to be one of the most exciting sporting events of the year. • Held at Long Beach State, the WAIAW Regionals featured UC Davis, UC Santa Barbara, UCLA and USC. The Trojans opened tournament play with a 2-0 victory over UC Davis, not allowing the Aggies to score a single point in the two-game match. With wins over UCSB and UCLA, the Women of Troy again defeated the Bruins, 15-2, 11-15, 15-13, 15-8, in the tournament final and advanced to the national championship as the No. 1 seed. First Rounds • The 1977 championship tournament was held at BYU. USC swept through the opening rounds with 2-0 victories over Houston, Illinois State, Mississippi, Kansas State and Arizona. Quarterfinals • Still dominating competition, the remaining rounds posed a greater challenge for the Trojans. The tournament format changed to a best of five series as USC defeated Illinois State, 15-1, 15-4, 15-2, to advance.

Semifinals • One match away from the national title, the Trojans posted a 15-3, 15-8, 15-9 victory over host BYU in the semifinals. In the other bracket, UCLA was defeated by Hawai’i, preventing a rematch of the 1976 championship. Finals • The final match was a battle between Hawai’i and USC. The Rainbows were aware of their challenge and took the first lead, eventually earning a 15-12 victory in game one. This was the Women of Troy’s first loss of a game in eight matches. The Trojans did not allow Hawai’i to ruin their impeccable mark, as they went on to win the next three games for the match victory and the 1977 AIAW National Title. • With a 38-0 perfect record (34 victories won in sweeps), the Women of Troy recorded the first-ever perfect season in collegiate women’s volleyball. Their accomplishment went unmatched until Long Beach State went 36-0 in 1998. • USC’s 38 wins were part of a winning streak which extended three seasons and 57 total victories. • In his second season at Troy, and earning his second consecutive national title, Chuck Erbe was named Volleyball Coach of the Year. • Five players went on to make the 1980 U.S.A. Olympic team: Debbie Landreth, Debbie Green, Sue Woodstra, Terry Place and Carolyn Becker. 1977 All-Americans Debbie Landreth, Debbie Green, Terry Place, Star Clark, Sue Woodstra and Lynne Luedke

O1 O4 O5 O7 O11 O14 O15 O20 O24 O26 O29 O31 N2 N4 N4 N5 N5 N5 N5 N5 N5 N9-12 N9-12 N9-12 N15 N17 N24-26 N24-26 N24-26 N24-26 D7-10 D7-10 D7-10 D7-10 D7-10 D7-10 D7-10 D7-10

UC Santa Barbara.......................................... W, 3-0 * San Diego State.......................................... W, 3-0 Pepperdine...................................................... W, 3-0 * Long Beach State....................................... W, 3-0 * San Diego State.......................................... W, 3-0 at Stanford....................................................... W, 3-0 at San Jose State............................................ W, 3-0 at UC Santa Barbara..................................... W, 3-0 * Cal State Fullerton..................................... W, 3-0 * at UCLA.......................................................... W, 3-2 at Pepperdine................................................. W, 3-0 Mexico............................................................... W, 3-0 * at Long Beach State.................................. W, 3-0 % Long Beach State..................................... W, 2-0 % Arizona State.............................................. W, 2-0 % San Jose State............................................ W, 2-0 % Nebraska..................................................... W, 2-0 % Portland State............................................ W, 2-0 % San Diego State........................................ W, 2-0 % Pepperdine................................................. W, 2-0 % UCLA............................................................. W, 2-0 at Hawai‘i.......................................................... W, 3-0 at Hawai‘i.......................................................... W, 3-1 at Hawai‘i.......................................................... W, 3-1 * at Cal State Fullerton................................ W, 3-0 * UCLA............................................................... W, 3-2 $ UC Davis........................................................ W, 2-0 $ UC Santa Barbara....................................... W, 3-0 $ UCLA.............................................................. W, 3-0 $ UCLA.............................................................. W, 3-1 ! Houston.......................................................... W, 2-0 ! Illinois State................................................... W, 2-0 ! Mississippi..................................................... W, 2-0 ! Kansas State.................................................. W, 2-0 ! Arizona............................................................ W, 2-0 ! Illinois State................................................... W, 3-0 ! BYU................................................................... W, 3-0 ! Hawai‘i............................................................ W, 3-1

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1980 Results (46-4, 12-0 WCAA)

1980

AIAW National Champions (l to r): Anna Maria Lopez, Suzette Lee, Claudia McKibbin, Lori Uranich, Dana Smith, Paula Weishoff, Cathy Stukel, Iris McDonald, Karin Lane, Leslie Nelson. Highlighting the 1980 Season • On a team that featured no seniors and four junior returners, three-time All-American and 1979 conference MVP Cathy Stukel was responsible for leading this squad back to prominence. The young squad featured three top freshman, Paula Weishoff, Dana Smith and Iris McDonald, and one sophomore, Lori Uranich. • To begin the season, Volleyball Magazine awarded the Women of Troy a No. 1 preseason rank. • During the regular season, USC and second-ranked UCLA met six times as the Trojans prevailed with five victories. The most exciting was a four-game victory over the Bruins at the L.A. Sports Arena in front of a USC record crowd of 5,103 - the largest home attendance in program history. • The Women of Troy collected three tournament titles at the Women’s Games, San Diego State Invitational and Women’s Collegiate Classic. • Seeded No. 1 at the WAIAW Regionals held in Santa Barbara, Calif., the Trojans had their work cut out for them. Gone were the days of three-game sweeps. USC fought to earn four-game wins over Stanford, UCLA and Pacific, to advance to the finals. The final match was a USC-Pacific rematch that ended in a dramatic five-game victory for the Women of Troy. All eight teams from the regional were invited to the national championship. First Rounds • Cathy Stukel was sidelined at the start of the AIAW tournament after she injured her ankle at the UCLA Invitational. Junior Anna Maria Lopez also was out with an injury. However, the power hitting from the freshman trio (Weishoff, Smith, McDonald) helped USC advance to the quarters after sweeping Colorado State, Penn State, Houston and San Diego State in pool play.

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Quarterfinals • Their first round dominance carried over against Cal Poly San Luis Obispo as the Trojans posted a 15-11, 15-12, 15-9 win. Semifinals • After dropping the first game, 7-15, USC allowed Hawai’i to take a quick lead in game two of the semifinal match. But with Cathy Stukel back in the USC lineup, the Trojans pushed to tie the score at 13 apiece and began to take control of the match. USC eventually defeated the Rainbows, 3-1, and set up its return to the AIAW championship match and another meeting with Pacific. Finals • Anna Maria Lopez rejoined the lineup in this rematch of the WAIAW final, but Pacific did not pose as great a challenge as expected. After a come-from-behind effort to win game one, USC never looked back, sweeping the Tigers, 15-11, 15-8, 15-9. The Trojans’ third national title was credited to Cathy Stukel’s setting and Paula Weishoff’s powerful hitting. Lori Uranich gave Pacific trouble on the left side and Iris McDonald’s serves kept the Tigers off balance as the Women of Troy were crowned the 1980 AIAW National Champions. 1980 All-Americans Paula Dittmer-Goodwin, Cathy Stukel, Paula Weishoff • Cathy Stukel was named conference MVP. Paula Weishoff and Stukel each earned all-conference first team honors, while Anna Maria Lopez and Iris McDonald were named to the second team.

S10-13 S10-13 S10-13 S10-13 S10-13 S19-20 S19-20 S19-20 S19-20 S19-20 S19-20 S19-20 S23 S27 S30 O2 O3 O6 O9 O11 O16 O18 O22 O24 O28 O31-N1 O31-N1 O31-N1 O31-N1 O31-N1 O31-N1 O31-N1 N7 N8 N11 N15 N16 N20 N22 N28 N28 N29 N29 D11 D11 D11 D12 D12 D13 D13

^ Utah State....................................................... W, 3-2 ^ Utah.................................................................. W, 3-0 ^ Houston........................................................... W, 3-0 ^ UCLA................................................................. W, 3-1 ^ Pacific............................................................... W, 3-1 # Washington..................................................... L, 0-2 # New Mexico State........................................ W, 2-0 # UC Irvine.......................................................... W, 2-0 # San Jose State................................................ W, 2-0 # Washington.................................................... W, 2-0 # UCLA................................................................. W, 2-0 # UC Santa Barbara.......................................... W, 2-0 Utah State........................................................... W, 2-0 * at San Diego State........................................ W, 3-1 Pepperdine......................................................... W, 3-1 * at Arizona........................................................ W, 3-0 * at Arizona State............................................. W, 3-1 * Cal State Fullerton........................................ W, 3-1 & Pacific............................................................... W, 3-2 & UCLA................................................................. W, 3-2 * UCLA.................................................................. W, 3-1 at UC Santa Barbara......................................... L, 1-3 * at Long Beach State..................................... W, 3-0 * San Diego State............................................. W, 3-2 at Pepperdine.................................................... W, 3-0 % Arizona State................................................ W, 2-0 % Portland State.............................................. W, 2-0 % Michigan State............................................. W, 2-1 % Houston.......................................................... W, 2-0 % California........................................................ W, 2-1 % Utah State...................................................... W, 2-0 % UCLA................................................................. L, 0-2 * Arizona............................................................. W, 3-0 * Arizona State.................................................. W, 3-0 * at Cal State Fullerton................................... W, 3-0 = Stanford........................................................... W, 3-0 = Pacific................................................................ L, 2-3 * at UCLA............................................................. W, 3-2 * Long Beach State.......................................... W, 3-1 $ Stanford........................................................... W, 3-1 $ UCLA................................................................. W, 3-1 $ Pacific................................................................ W, 3-1 $ Pacific................................................................ W, 3-2 ! Colorado State................................................ W, 2-0 ! Penn State........................................................ W, 2-0 ! Houston............................................................ W, 2-0 ! San Diego State.............................................. W, 2-0 ! Cal Poly SLO..................................................... W, 3-0 ! Hawai‘i............................................................... W, 3-1 ! Pacific................................................................. W, 3-0

* - WCAA match ^ - Women’s Games at Salt Lake City, Utah # - SDSU Invitational at San Diego, Calif. & - Women’s Coll. Classic at Santa Barbara, Calif. %- UCLA Invitational at Westwood, Calif. = - Wendy’s Classic at Santa Clara, Calif. $ - WAIAW Regional at Stockton, Calif. ! - AIAW Championships at Santa Barbara, Calif.


1981

NCAA National Champions Top (l to r): Leah Putman (trainer), Suzette Lee, Margaret Grant, Karen Olson, Lori Uranich, Leslie Nelson, Nicole Pankopf, Anna Maria Lopez, Kim Ruddins, Sue Schneider (trainer). Bottom (l to r): Cathy Stukel, Dana Smith, Katie McGarrey, Tauna Vandeweghe. Highlighting the 1981 Season • The 1981 season brought many changes for USC and the world of women’s collegiate volleyball. Women’s volleyball entered its first year as an NCAA sanctioned sport and the Trojans were after their fourth national title and first NCAA crown. • The health of key players, especially three-time All-American Cathy Stukel, was a major concern for USC head coach Chuck Erbe. He had stated before the season that the 1981 Trojans did not figure to be as overpowering as his past teams largely due to the loss of Paula Weishoff and Iris McDonald. • The Women of Troy displayed a new look as they returned to pressure defense and worked to become more of a finesse team. • Volleyball Magazine ranked USC No. 3 at the start of the season with seven first place votes. • With another demanding schedule, the Trojans struggled, placing no higher than fourth at three of the most prestigious tournaments of the season and finishing third in the WCAA. • USC was selected to compete in the first-ever NCAA postseason tournament. Seeded eighth, the Trojans received a first round bye. Regionals • At the inaugural Northwest Regional tournament, USC defeated Arizona, 3-0, in the first round, then went on to upset top-ranked Hawai’i, 15-12, 15-4, 11-15, 15-5, in the regional final to advance to the 1981 NCAA Final Four. Hawai’i had only lost one match prior to entering the tournament. USC’s victory was largely due to the efforts of outside hitter Dana Smith, who had 12 kills. NCAA Final Four • UCLA hosted the first-ever NCAA women’s volleyball Final Four, featuring San Diego State, Pacific, UCLA and USC at Pauley Pavilion. In the first match, the Women of Troy faced

No. 4 Pacific, an equally young and talented team. • Eighth-ranked USC posted its second tournament upset with a five-game victory over the Tigers. In a match that seemed to last forever, the Trojans built a 10-5 lead in the deciding game and managed to hold off Pacific even after the Tigers rallied to come within one point (11-10). UCLA defeated San Diego State, 3-1, to advance to the championship match. NCAA Championship Final • The championship match drew a record-breaking crowd of 6,289 to witness two of the most dominant teams in women’s volleyball. • UCLA, which opened an 8-1 lead in the first game, earned the 15-9 win to start the match. The Trojans did not remain quiet for long, reversing the tables for a 15-12 win in the second game. In game three, the teams tied the score six times and exchanged leads four times, before the Bruins got away with a 15-10 decision on two final service aces. • The turning point in the match came in game four. After the Bruins grabbed a 9-8 lead, the teams fought through 11 straight sideouts without a point. The Women of Troy tied the score at nine apiece, then after four sideouts, USC claimed a 15-13 win. • After halting UCLA’s momentum, USC jumped to an 8-1 lead and held off a Bruin 8-6 rally to post a final 15-7 victory in the fifth game, earning the first-ever women’s volleyball NCAA Championship. • USC became the first-ever women’s team to win four national championships. 1981 All-Americans Dana Smith, Cathy Stukel • Stukel was named the NCAA MVP, while both she and Smith were honored as all-tournament selections.

1981 Results (27-10, 9-3 WCAA) S11 S17 S17 S17 S18 S18 S19 S19 S19 S22 O2 O3 O9 O10 O15 O17 O23 O24 O27 O30 O31 N6 N6 N6 N7 N7 N7 N12 N14 N15 N18 N20 N21 D11 D12 D18 D20

Pepperdine............................................................. W, 3-2 # California............................................................. W, 2-0 # Utah State........................................................... W, 2-1 # New Mexico State............................................. W, 2-0 # Oregon................................................................. W, 2-0 # Long Beach State.............................................. W, 2-0 # BYU..........................................................................L, 0-2 # Utah State........................................................... W, 2-1 # Cal Poly SLO........................................................ W, 2-0 * at Long Beach State......................................... W, 3-0 * Arizona.................................................................. W, 3-1 * Arizona State...................................................... W, 3-0 * at CS Fullerton.................................................... W, 2-1 UCSB...........................................................................L, 2-3 * UCLA........................................................................L, 0-3 * SDSU...................................................................... W, 3-2 * Long Beach State.............................................. W, 3-1 at UCSB......................................................................L, 1-3 at Pepperdine........................................................ W, 3-0 Cal Poly SLO .......................................................... W, 3-2 * at Arizona State................................................. W, 3-0 % Portland State................................................... W, 2-1 % UC Santa Barbara............................................ W, 2-0 % Colorado State................................................. W, 2-1 % Arizona State.................................................... W, 2-0 % Texas......................................................................L, 1-2 % San Diego State.................................................L, 1-2 * at Arizona............................................................. W, 3-0 + Hawai‘i....................................................................L, 1-3 + UCLA.......................................................................L, 1-3 * at UCLA...................................................................L, 2-3 * at San Diego State..............................................L, 0-3 * Cal State Fullerton............................................ W, 3-0 !$ Arizona................................................................ W, 3-0 !$ Hawai‘i................................................................. W, 3-1 != Pacific.................................................................. W, 3-2 != UCLA.................................................................... W, 3-2

* - WCAA match #- SDSU Invitational at San Diego, Calif. % - UCLA Invitational at Los Angeles, Calif. + - Wendy’s Classic at Stockton, Calif. ! - NCAA Tournament $ - NCAA NW Regional at Seattle, Wash. = - NCAA Championships at Los Angeles

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2002

NCAA National Champions Top (l to r): Katie Olsovsky, Bibiana Candelas, Kelli Lantz, Alicia Robinson, Kristen Anderson, Julie Mariani Middle: Tracy Lindquist, Lauren Killian, Nicole Davis, Emily Adams, Toni Anderson, Keao Burdine, Staci Venski. Front: April Ross Highlighting the 2002 Season • Following a disappointing finish to the 2001 season, the 2002 USC women’s volleyball team was more determined than ever to get back to the Final Four and compete for the national title. • The Women of Troy’s starting lineup boasted two AllAmerican honorees (April Ross and Katie Olsovsky) and five-of-six returning starters. Thanks to its two outstanding setters (Tracy Lindquist and Toni Anderson), the Trojans were able to run a 6-2 system. • The success of the 2002 squad was also much attributed to a complete team effort thanks to the leadership of three seniors - Lauren Killian (captain), Julie Mariani and Lindquist. • Ranked No. 2 at the start of the season by the AVCA, USC climbed its way to the No. 1 spot by the third week after defeating top 10 opponents such as Nebraska and Florida. • The Women of Troy won 19 straight matches to start the season, including a thrilling five-game road victory over defending national champion Stanford. The following night, USC defeated Cal to give head coach Mick Haley his 800th career victory. • The win streak came to an end on Nov. 2 when the Cardinal avenged the earlier loss, defeating the Trojans at home in another outstanding five game match. This would mark USC’s only loss of the season. • For the first time, USC clinched sole possession of the Pac-10 title with a 17-1 conference record. Regionals • As the top seed in the West Region, the Trojans hosted San Diego and Texas A&M in the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, sweeping both teams to advance. • The West Regional was held at Santa Barbara and, in a similar manner, the Trojans defeated Michigan State and Pepperdine both by 3-0 scores. Emily Adams and Olsovsky were named to the all-tournament team. Ross was named MVP. NCAA Final Four • Set in New Orleans, La., the 2002 Final Four featured Florida, Hawai’i, Stanford and USC.

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• Even though the Trojans had faced Florida early in the season, the Gators had been without key starter Aury Cruz so the semifinal match-up was bound to be more difficult. • The Gators came out firing and took the first game 30-24, but the Women of Troy regained their composure and finished off the match in four games to advance to the finals for the first time since 1982. NCAA Championship Final • With a 3-1 win over Florida in its semifinals, Stanford was set to face the Women of Troy for the third time in 2002. • The teams could not have been more evenly matched after meeting twice during the Pac-10 season and each winning with a five-game effort on the other’s court. It was the fifth all Pac-10 final since 1992. • USC managed to hold off the efforts of Stanford’s Ogonna Nnamani and Logan Tom, who accounted for 19 and 16 kills apiece. With a balanced offensive attack and excellent defense (thanks to the performance of libero Nicole Davis), the Women of Troy defeated the Cardinal 30-27, 23-30, 30-24, 30-26 to end a 20-year drought with the 2002 NCAA Championship. • Olsovsky led the Trojan attack with a match-best 16 kills (including the final point). Burdine and Ross each added 15 kills and Adams contributed 12 kills for the Trojans. Burdine also had a match-high 15 digs and was named NCAA Championship MVP. 2002 All-Americans Emily Adams, April Ross • Four players (Ross, Adams, Olsovsky and Burdine) were named to the All-Pac-10 first team and AVCA All-Pacific Region teams.

2002 Results (31-1, 17-1 Pac-10) A31 S1 S2 S5 S6 S20 S21 S27 S28 O4 O5 O8 O11 O12 O18 O25 O26 N1 N2 N8 N9 N15 N21 N22 N26 D6 D7 D12 D13 D19 D21

# at Ball State................................................... W, 3-0 # vs. Pittsburgh............................................... W, 3-0 # vs. Nebraska................................................. W, 3-0 $ at BYU............................................................. W, 3-0 $ vs. Wake Forest............................................ W, 3-1 $ vs. Florida...................................................... W, 3-0 * at Arizona State........................................... W, 3-0 * at Arizona...................................................... W, 3-0 * Washington State....................................... W, 3-0 * Washington................................................... W, 3-0 * at Stanford..................................................... W, 3-2 * at California................................................... W, 3-2 at Pepperdine.................................................. W, 3-0 * Oregon State................................................ W, 3-0 * Oregon........................................................... W, 3-0 * UCLA................................................................ W, 3-0 * at Washington.............................................. W, 3-1 * at Washington State.................................. W, 3-1 * California........................................................ W, 3-0 * Stanford...........................................................L, 3-2 * at Oregon...................................................... W, 3-0 * at Oregon State........................................... W, 3-0 * at UCLA ......................................................... W, 3-0 * Arizona........................................................... W, 3-0 * Arizona State................................................ W, 3-0 at UC Santa Barbara...................................... W, 3-0 ^ #25 San Diego............................................. W, 3-0 ^ Texas A&M.................................................... W, 3-0 ! Michigan State.............................................. W, 3-0 ! #9 Pepperdine.............................................. W, 3-0 % #5 Florida..................................................... W, 3-1 % #3 Stanford.................................................. W, 3-1

* - Pacific-10 Conference match. # - Radisson Hotel Roberts/Nike Classic at Muncie Ind. $ - BYU Mizuno Classic at Provo, Utah ^ - NCAA First & Second Round at Los Angeles ! - NCAA West Regional at Santa Barbara, Calif. % - NCAA Final Four at New Orleans, La.


2003

NCAA National Champions Top (l to r): Staci Venski, Alicia Robinson, Katie Olsovsky, Bibiana Candelas, Keao Burdine, April Ross. Middle: Nicole Davis, Kelli Lantz, Annie Montgomery, Kimi Freeburg. Front: Emily Adams, Debora Seilhamer, Toni Anderson, Alex Dunphy. Highlighting the 2003 Season • With a team considered by many as one of the greatest of all time, the Women of Troy successfully defended their national and conference crowns with a perfect 35-0 overall record. The Trojans became only the fourth team to go undefeated en route to a title and the only team to ever do so as a repeat champion. • USC set a NCAA record by winning 47 consecutive matches dating back to Nov. 2, 2002. • Five seniors – April Ross, Katie Olsovsky, Toni Anderson, Nicole Davis and Kelli Lantz -- completed their USC careers among the best of all time. In four years, these five players guided the Women of Troy to two national championships, three conference titles, three Final Four appearances, four top-5 rankings and a combined 119-8 record for a 93.7 win percentage.

NCAA Final Four • The stage was set as Hawai’i, Florida, Minnesota and USC headed to Dallas, Texas, for the Final Four at Reunion Arena. • USC faced Minnesota in the semifinals on Dec. 18. Sluggish at the start, the Trojans struggled to win the first two games of the match and had to score the final three points of the second game after the Gophers led most of the way. By game three, the Women of Troy had found their stride and put Minnesota away with an 18-4 run to seal the 3-0 victory. NCAA Championship Final • Ironically, USC’s season was destined to end the way it began – against the third-seeded Florida Gators in the NCAA Championship Final.

• Team co-captain April Ross became USC’s first-ever Pac-10 Player of the Year (and second-ever conference Player of the Year) and was honored with the Honda Award, given annually to the nation’s top female volleyball player.

• The Gators came out swinging, and stunned the Women of Troy by taking the first game, 30-25. But that was all the encouragement the Trojans needed. Just as they had done against every other opponent during the regular season, the Women of Troy found a way to win. USC relied on the strength of its defense to combat Florida’s best offensive efforts.

• USC entered 2003 as the preseason No. 1 and heavy favorite to repeat thanks to a starting lineup that remained completely intact. With arguably the nation’s toughest schedule, the Trojans played 17 matches against ranked opponents and faced 13 opponents in the top 10.

• USC's backrow play frustrated the Gators, while Ross, Candelas and Burdine tallied points at the net. Ross and Candelas were honored to the NCAA Championship alltournament team, while Burdine earned her second-straignt NCAA MVP honor.

• Cal gave USC its greatest test on Oct. 18 when it pushed the Women of Troy to five games. It was the only five-game match the Women of Troy would play all season. The Trojans lost only eight single games throughout the year.

• A final 3-1 decision gave USC its second-straight title and was a perfect ending to a perfect season!

Regionals • The Women of Troy earned the top seed in the NCAA Tournament. Hosting the first two rounds of play, they eased past New Hampshire and Loyola Marymount, each by 3-0 scores. • Despite the No. 1 seed, USC was shipped to the Central Regional in Lincoln, Neb., for the following two rounds. In the regional semifinal and final, the Women of Troy faced familiar foes, defeating No. 16 Texas A&M, 3-0, and No. 8 UCLA, 3-1.

2003 All-Americans First Team – Emily Adams, April Ross, Bibiana Candelas; Second Team – Keao Burdine • An unprecedented four USC players were named to the AVCA All-America first and second teams, and a record eight earned all-conference accolades (including five first team selections). • Head coach Mick Haley was named the 2003 AVCA Division I National Coach of the Year.

2003 Results (35-0, 18-0 Pac-10)

A22 A23 A29 A30 S3 S12 S13 S19 S26 S27 O3 O4 O10 O11 O17 O18 O24 O25 O31 N1 N7 N8 N14 N15 N21 N25 N29 D5 D6 D12 D13 D18 D20

# vs. Florida........................................................ W, 3-0 # at Hawai’i......................................................... W, 3-0 $ Ball State.......................................................... W, 3-0 $ South Carolina ............................................. W, 3-0 $ Northern Iowa............................................... W, 3-0 Pepperdine........................................................ W, 3-0 & vs. Centenary................................................. W, 3-0 & vs. SW Missouri State.................................. W, 3-0 & at Texas A&M................................................. W, 3-0 * at UCLA ........................................................... W, 3-1 * Oregon State.................................................. W, 3-0 * Oregon............................................................. W, 3-0 * at Washington St.......................................... W, 3-0 * at Washington .............................................. W, 3-0 * Arizona State.................................................. W, 3-0 * Arizona............................................................. W, 3-0 * at Stanford...................................................... W, 3-0 * at California..................................................... W, 3-2 * at Oregon........................................................ W, 3-0 * at Oregon State............................................. W, 3-0 * Washington.................................................... W, 3-0 * Washington State......................................... W, 3-0 * at Arizona ....................................................... W, 3-1 * at Arizona State............................................. W, 3-0 * Stanford........................................................... W, 3-1 * California.......................................................... W, 3-0 * UCLA.................................................................. W, 3-0 at Cal State Northridge.................................. W, 3-1 Houston.............................................................. W, 3-0 ^ New Hampshire............................................ W, 3-0 ^ LMU................................................................... W, 3-0 ! Texas A&M . ..................................................... W, 3-0 ! UCLA.................................................................. W, 3-1 % Minnesota .................................................... W, 3-0 % Florida ............................................................ W, 3-1

# - NACWAA State Farm Vball Classic at Honolulu, Hawai’i $ - Holiday Inns of Greater L.A. Area Tourn. at Los Angeles ^ - McDonald’s/Texas A&M Inv. at College Station, Texas ^ - NCAA First & Second Round at Los Angeles ! - NCAA Central Regional at Lincoln, Neb. % - NCAA Final Four at Dallas, Texas

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Overall 29-5 (.853) 29-5 (.853) 22-10 (.688) 17-11 (.607) 29-5 (.853) 27-5 (.844) 17-12 (.586) 23-6 (.793) 35-0 (1.000) 31-1 (.968) 25-4 (.862) 284-65 (.814)

Conference 20-2 (.909) 14-4 (.778) 10-8 (.556) 9-9 (.500) 14-4 (.778) 14-4 (.778) 12-6 (.667) 14-4 (.778) 18-0 (1.000) 17-1 (.944) 16-2 (.889) 158-44 (.782)

Conference Finish 1st (Pac-12) 3rd (Pac-10) 5th (Pac-10) t5th (Pac-10) 3rd (Pac-10) 4th (Pac-10) 4th (Pac-10) 3rd (Pac-10) 1st (Pac-10) 1st (Pac-10) 2nd (Pac-10) 3 titles

National Finish NCAA Semifinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Semifinals NCAA Third Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Semifinals NCAA CHAMPIONS NCAA CHAMPIONS NCAA Regional Final 2 titles

Final Ranking No. 3 (AVCA) No. 3 (AVCA) No. 16 (AVCA) No. 13 (AVCA) No. 3 (AVCA) No. 8 (AVCA) No. 17 (AVCA) No. 4 (AVCA) No. 1 (AVCA) No. 1 (AVCA) No. 5 (AVCA) --

2000 Jerritt Elliott (interim) 1999 Jerritt Elliott (interim) Jerritt Elliott Totals

29-3 (.906) 21-9 (.700) 50-12 (.806)

16-2 (.889) 13-5 (.867) 29-7 (.806)

t1st (Pac-10) 3rd (Pac-10) 1 title

NCAA Semifinals NCAA Second Round --

No. 4 (AVCA) No. 17 (AVCA) --

1998 Lisa Love 1997 Lisa Love 1996 Lisa Love 1995 Lisa Love 1994 Lisa Love 1993 Lisa Love 1992 Lisa Love 1991 Lisa Love 1990 Lisa Love 1989 Lisa Love Lisa Love Totals

24-6 (.800) 23-6 (.793) 21-9 (.700) 18-9 (.667) 22-8 (.733) 22-9 (.710) 21-9 (.700) 23-8 (.742) 12-16 (.429) 19-13 (.594) 205-93 (.688)

16-2 (.889) 13-5 (.867) 12-6 (.667) 11-7 (.611) 12-6 (.667) 11-7 (.611) 12-6 (.667) 13-5 (.867) 9-9 (.500) 10-8 (.556) 119-61 (.661)

2nd (Pac-10) t2nd (Pac-10) t3rd (Pac-10) t4th (Pac-10) 3rd (Pac-10) t4th (Pac-10) 3rd (Pac-10) 3rd (Pac-10) t4th (Pac-10) 4th (Pac-10) --

NCAA Regional Semifinals NCAA Regional Semifinals NCAA Regional Semifinals NCAA Regional Semifinals NCAA Regional Final NCAA Second Round NCAA Regionals NCAA Regionals — NCAA First Round --

No. 11 (AVCA) No. 9 (AVCA) No. 11 (AVCA) No. 12 (AVCA) No. 9 (AVCA) No. 13 (AVCA) No. 11 (AVCA) No. 14 (AVCA) Not Ranked No. 14 (AVCA) --

1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

18-16 (.529) 18-11 (.621) 2-32 (.059) 26-9 (.743) 30-7 (.811) 24-10 (.706) 27-8 (.771) 27-10 (.730) 46-4 (.920) 20-13-3 (.606)

10-8 (.556) 12-6 (.667) 0-18 (.000) 5-3 (.625) 10-4 (.714) 9-5 (.643) 11-3 (.786) 9-3 (.750) 12-0 (1.000) 9-3 (.750)

4th (Pac-10) 3rd (Pac-10) 10th (Pac-10) t2nd (Pac-West) 4th (WCAA) 3rd (WCAA) 2nd (WCAA) 3rd (WCAA) 1st (WCAA) t2nd (WCAA)

NCAA First Round NCAA First Round — NCAA Third Place NCAA Regional Final NCAA First Round NCAA Runners-Up NCAA CHAMPIONS AIAW CHAMPIONS WAIAW Regionals

No. 17 (AVCA) No. 15 Not Ranked No. 4 No. 5 No. 11 No. 3 No. 1 No. 1 Not Ranked

1978 Dale Flickenger Dale Flickenger Total

32-11-1 (.744) 32-11-1 (.744)

7-2 (.778) 7-2 (.778)

2nd (WCAA) --

AIAW Fifth Place --

No. 5 --

1977 Chuck Erbe 1976 Chuck Erbe Chuck Erbe Totals Program Totals

38-0 (1.000) 34-1 (.971) 310-121-3 (.714) 881-302-4 (.742)

8-0 (1.000) 8-0 (1.000) 103-53 (.660) 416-167 (.714)

1st (WCAA) 1st (WCAA) 3 titles 7 titles

Chuck Erbe Chuck Erbe Chuck Erbe Chuck Erbe Chuck Erbe Chuck Erbe Chuck Erbe Chuck Erbe Chuck Erbe Chuck Erbe

Chuck Erbe 1976-77, 1979-88

Lisa Love 1989-98

AIAW CHAMPIONS No. 1 AIAW CHAMPIONS No. 1 4 titles -6 titles --

Mick Haley 2001-present 2012 USC Women's Volleyball

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1976

Head Coach: Chuck Erbe 34-1 overall, 8-0 in WCAA (1st), No. 1 AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPIONS S25 W UC Irvine ................................................................ 15-6, 15-3, 15-0 S28 W at Cal State Northridge............................................... 15-5, 15-1 O2 W San Jose State....................................................... 15-0, 15-5, 15-1 O8 W * at Long Beach State......................................... 15-6, 15-5, 15-5 O9 W Cal State Northridge..................................................... 15-8, 15-6 O12 W at UC Irvine..........................................................15-10, 15-0, 15-3 O15 W * at San Diego State............................................ 15-1, 15-7, 15-2 O19 W * at Cal State Fullerton.....................................15-7, 15-1, 15-11 O21 W at Hawai‘i............................................................... 15-7, 15-8, 15-8 O22 W at Hawai‘i............................................... 15-1, 10-15, 15-7, 15-13 O28 W * UCLA.................................................. 14-16, 15-8, 15-13, 15-13 O30 W UC Santa Barbara................................................ 15-7, 15-4, 15-2 N2 W * Long Beach State........................................... 15-1, 15-2, 15-12 N5/6 W % Cal State Northridge................................................ 15-8, 15-3 N5/6 W % California..................................................................... 15-1, 15-2 N5/6 W % Long Beach State.................................................... 15-6, 15-10 N5/6 W % BYU................................................................................ 15-1, 15-9 N5/6 W % UCLA........................................................................... 15-3, 15-10 N9 W * at San Diego State......................................... 15-3, 15-2, 15-11 N19 W * Cal State Fullerton........................................... 15-1, 15-3, 15-6 N20 W * at UCLA............................................... 15-1, 12-15, 15-9, 15-10 N26 W & UC Santa Barbara.................................................. 16-14, 15-13 N26 W & Cal State Northridge................................................ 15-3, 15-8 N26 W & Pepperdine................................................................ 15-10, 15-3 N27 L & UCLA......................................................................... 15-17, 17-19 N27 W & UCLA .............................................................. 15-13, 16-18, 15-8 N27 W & UCLA...................................................... 15-8 (1-game playoff ) D9 W ! Texas................................................................................ 15-1, 15-6 D9 W ! Maryland........................................................................ 15-1, 15-1 D9 W ! Michigan State............................................................. 15-4, 15-0 D10 W ! Eastern Kentucky......................................................... 15-2, 15-2 D10 W ! Arizona............................................................................ 15-1, 15-0 D10 W ! Michigan State............................................................. 15-0, 15-6 D11 W ! Pepperdine.................................................................... 15-3, 15-6 D11 W ! UCLA................................................................... 15-6, 14-16, 15-5 * WCAA match % UCLA Invitational (1st) - Westwood, Calif. & WAIAW Regional (1st) - Davis, Calif. ! AIAW Championships - Austin, Texas

1977 Head Coach: Chuck Erbe 38-0 overall, 8-0 in WCAA (1st), No. 1 AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPIONS AIAW National Champions

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O1 O4 O5 O7 O11 O14 O15 O20 O24 O26 O29 O31 N2 N4 N4 N5 N5 N5 N5 N5 N5 N9-12 N9-12 N9-12 N15 N17

W UC Santa Barbara.................................................... 15-5, 15-3, 15-0 W * San Diego State................................................. 15-5, 15-11, 15-1 W Pepperdine............................................................... 15-6, 15-5, 15-5 W * Long Beach State.............................................. 15-6, 15-11, 15-6 W * San Diego State.................................................... 15-9, 15-6, 15-3 W at Stanford................................................................ 15-6, 15-3, 15-3 W at San Jose State..................................................... 15-7, 15-6, 15-9 W at UC Santa Barbara............................................... 15-1, 15-2, 15-4 W * Cal State Fullerton............................................... 15-5, 15-2, 15-0 W * at UCLA........................................ 7-15, 15-9, 17-15, 14-16, 15-12 W at Pepperdine....................................................... 15-13, 15-1, 15-6 W Mexico..................................................................... 15-7, 15-5, 16-14 W * at Long Beach State............................................ 15-7, 15-5, 15-1 W % Long Beach State......................................................... 15-3, 15-5 W % Arizona State................................................................. 15-3, 15-3 W % San Jose State............................................................... 15-4, 15-4 W % Nebraska......................................................................... 15-4, 15-5 W % Portland State............................................................... 15-6, 15-0 W % San Diego State............................................................ 15-2, 15-4 W % Pepperdine.................................................................... 15-5, 15-6 W % UCLA................................................................................. 15-4, 15-6 W at Hawai‘i.............................................................. 15-6, 15-10, 15-11 W at Hawai‘i................................................... 15-10, 15-2, 11-15, 15-3 W at Hawai‘i................................................... 10-15, 15-5, 16-14, 15-4 W * at Cal State Fullerton....................................... 15-4, 15-10, 15-6 W * UCLA........................................ 12-15, 15-11, 15-7, 12-15, 15-13 N24-26 W $ UC Davis.............................................................................15-0, 15-0 N24-26 W $ UC Santa Barbara................................................ 15-8, 15-2, 15-2 N24-26 W $ UCLA................................................................... 15-11, 15-10, 15-7 N24-26 W $ UCLA........................................................ 15-2, 11-15, 15-13, 15-8 D7-10 W ! Houston............................................................................. 15-2, 15-2 D7-10 W ! Illinois State...................................................................... 15-6, 15-2 D7-10 W ! Mississippi......................................................................... 15-2, 15-1 D7-10 W ! Kansas State..................................................................... 15-1, 15-1 D7-10 W ! Arizona............................................................................... 15-2, 15-7 D7-10 W ! Illinois State............................................................ 15-1, 15-4, 15-2 D7-10 W ! BYU............................................................................ 15-3, 15-8, 15-9 D7-10 W ! Hawai‘i........................................................ 12-15, 15-6, 15-7, 15-6 * WCAA match % UCLA Invitational (1st) - Westwood, Calif. $ WAIAW Regional (1st) - Long Beach, Calif. ! AIAW Championship - Provo, Utah

N3-4 N3-4 N3-4 N3-4 N3-4 N8 N10 N15 N17 N21

T W L W W W W L W L

% Western Ontario......................................................... 17-19, 15-1 % Pepperdine.................................................................. 15-6, 15-11 % San Jose State............................................................... 6-15, 9-15 % Arizona.......................................................................... 15-10, 15-5 % Washington State........................................................ 15-4, 15-3 * at Long Beach State......................................... 15-4, 15-13, 15-9 at UC Santa Barbara............................................... 15-9, 15-8, 15-9 * at UCLA.............................................................. 13-15, 7-15, 15-17 * CS Fullerton...................................... 15-8, 15-6, 15-17, 14-16, 15-7 * UCLA........................................................ 6-15, 13-15, 15-7, 10-15 (at Santa Monica College — playoff) N24-25 W $ UC Santa Barbara............................................. 13-15, 15-4, 15-2 N24-25 W $ LBSU........................................... 10-15, 15-3, 5-15, 15-13, 15-13 N24-25 W $ San Diego State........................................ 8-15, 15-3, 15-6, 15-1 N24-25 L $ UCLA............................................................. 15-4, 8-15, 3-15, 7-15 N24-25 L $ UCLA........................................................ 13-15 (1-game playoff) N29 L at Hawai‘i.............................................................. 6-15, 10-15, 12-15 N30 L at Hawai‘i........................................................... 14-16, 10-15, 11-15 D7 W ! Mississippi........................................................... 15-4, 13-15, 1 5-8 D7 W ! Purdue...................................................................... 15-5, 8-15, 15-7 D7 W ! BYU...................................................................................... 15-6, 15-2 D8 W ! Northern Kentucky........................................................ 15-3, 15-5 D8 W ! Portland State................................................................ 15-6, 15-13 D8 L ! Hawai‘i........................................................ 15-9, 5-15, 11-15, 5-15 D9 W ! BYU....................................................................... 15-4, 15-11, 15-10 D9 L ! San Diego State....................................... 9-15, 15-5, 11-15, 4-15 * WCAA match # San Diego State Invitational (1st) - San Diego, Calif. % UCLA Invitational - Westwood, Calif. $ WAIAW Regional (2nd) - Davis, Calif. ! AIAW Championships (6th) - Tuscaloosa, Ala.

1979 Head Coach: Chuck Erbe 20-13-3 overall, 9-3 in WCAA (tie-2nd) S21-22 S21-22 S21-22 S21-22 S21-22

1978 Head Coach: Dale Flickenger 32-11-1 overall, 7-2 in WCAA (2nd) S22-23 W S22-23 W S22-23 W S22-23 W S22-23 W S22-23 W S22-23 W S27 W S27 L S30 W O6 W O8 W O13 W O14 W O19 W O20 L O21 W O26 W O31 W

# Oral Roberts................................................................ 15-10, 15-11 # Arizona State................................................................... 15-3, 15-8 # Texas A&M........................................................................ 15-2, 15-8 # Fresno State.................................................................. 15-9, 15-10 # Cal State Fullerton........................................................ 15-0, 15-4 # Arizona............................................................................ 16-14, 15-4 # Mexico................................................................ 15-11, 14-16, 15-7 at Cal State Northridge................................................. 15-13, 15-3 Mexico........................................... 12-15, 11-15 (played at CSUN) * at San Diego State............................... 15-12, 15-6, 13-15, 15-6 Cal State Northridge.............................................. 15-9, 15-8, 15-3 Houston.................................................. 15-11, 15-11, 13-15, 15-6 * Long Beach State.............................................. 15-9, 15-5, 15-12 UC Santa Barbara............................................ 15-10, 15-13, 15-10 * at Cal State Fullerton....................................... 15-6, 15-12, 15-3 Pepperdine........................................ 9-15, 11-15, 15-6, 15-11, 11-15 Stanford..................................................................... 15-6, 15-7, 15-9 * UCLA.......................................... 9-15, 15-10, 10-15, 15-10, 15-8 * San Diego State............................................... 15-1, 16-14, 15-13

S21-22 S21-22

O2 O5 O6 O9 O12 O14 O17 O19 O20 024 O30 N2-3 N2-3 N2-3 N2-3 N2-3 N2-3 N2-3 N2-3 N5 N8 N9

W W L T W W W L W W L W W L L L W L W L W T T W W L W W W

# Utah......................................................................................15-3 15-6 # Texas Tech........................................................................ 15-4, 15-6 # Long Beach State........................................................ 5-15, 14-16 # Minnesota...................................................................... 15-9, 13-15 # Texas Women’s University.......................................... 15-5, 15-8 # Oral Roberts.................................................................... 15-7, 15-4 # Utah................................................................................... 15-7, 15-2 at Pepperdine............................................ 4-15, 2-15, 17-15, 8-15 * Arizona................................................................. 15-3, 15-5, 15-12 * Arizona State.................................................... 15-11, 15-13, 15-4 * at San Diego State................................. 4-15, 7-15, 15-11, 7-15 * Cal State Fullerton.......................................... 19-17, 15-6, 15-10 * at Long Beach State............... 7-15, 15-11, 14-16, 15-10, 15-11 * at UCLA..................................... 15-5, 15-13, 12-15, 11-15, 5-15 & Utah State................................................ 15-12, 5-15, 3-15, 0-15 & Pacific................................................................. 18-20, 9-15, 13-15 * Long Beach State............................................ 15-13, 15-13, 15-6 * San Diego State...................... 15-8, 2-15, 15-12, 12-15, 13-15 % UC Santa Barbara......................................................... 15-9, 15-4 % Hawai‘i............................................................................. 7-15, 2-15 % Cal State Northridge................................................. 16-14, 15-3 % Stanford........................................................................... 15-7, 2-15 % Arizona State............................................................. 11-15, 15-11 % Utah State..................................................................... 15-8, 15-12 % UCLA.................................................................... 15-5, 12-15, 15-9 % Hawai‘i........................................................................... 4-15, 11-15 * at Cal State Fullerton.......................................... 15-8, 15-7, 15-2 * at Arizona............................................................ 15-7, 15-9, 15-13 * at Arizona State......................... 9-15, 12-15, 15-11, 15-9, 15-7


Yearly Results N10 L = Pacific.............................................................. 11-15, 10-15, 16-18 N11 L = Stanford..................................... 11-15, 19-17, 8-15, 17-15, 11-15 N14 W * UCLA............................................. 8-15, 15-10, 15-7, 9-15, 15-12 N17 W UC Santa Barbara............................................... 15-11, 15-7, 15-11 N23 L ! Pepperdine............................................. 15-10, 6-15, 12-15, 9-15 N23 L ! Long Beach State............................................................ 6-15, 9-15 N24 W ! UC Santa Barbara............................................................ 15-8, 15-8 * WCAA match # San Diego State Invitational (1st) - San Diego, Calif. & Utah State Classic (4th) - Logan, Utah % UCLA Invitational (2nd) - Westwood, Calif. = Wendy’s Classic (4th) - Stockton, Calif. ! WAIAW Regional (7th) - San Diego, Calif.

D12 W ! Cal Poly................................................................ 15-11, 15-12, 15-9 D13 W ! Hawai‘i................................................... 10-15, 15-13, 15-12, 15-7 D13 W ! Pacific..................................................................... 15-11, 15-8, 15-9 * WCAA match ^ Women’s Games (1st) - Salt Lake City, Utah # San Diego State Invitational (1st) - San Diego, Calif. & Women’s Collegiate Classic (1st) - Santa Barbara, Calif. % UCLA Invitational (4th) - Westwood, Calif. = Wendy’s Classic (2nd) - Santa Clara, Calif. $ WAIAW Regional - Stockton, Calif. ! AIAW Championships - Santa Barbara, Calif.

1982

Head Coach: Chuck Erbe 27-8 overall, 11-3 in WCAA (tie-2nd)

1980 Head Coach: Chuck Erbe 46-4 overall, 12-0 in WCAA (1st) AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPIONS S10-13 S10-13 S10-13 S10-13 S10-13 S19-20 S19-20 S19-20 S19-20 S19-20 S19-20 S19-20

S23 S27 S30 O2 O3 O6 O9 O11 O16 O18 O22 O24 O28 O31/N1 O31/N1 O31/N1 O31/N1 O31/N1 O31/N1 O31/N1

N7 N8 N11 N15 N16 N20 N22 N28 N28 N29 N29 D11 D11 D11 D12

W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W L W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W

^ Utah State....................................... 15-3, 14-16, 15-12, 10-15, 15-11 ^ Utah......................................................................... 15-3, 15-6, 15-7 ^ Houston................................................................. 15-8, 15-2, 15-4 ^ UCLA........................................................ 11-15, 15-10, 15-9, 15-4 ^ Pacific........................................................ 8-15, 15-9, 15-10, 15-7 # Washington................................................................. 11-15, 13-15 # New Mexico State......................................................... 15-2, 15-3 # UC Irvine........................................................................... 15-4, 15-8 # San Jose State............................................................... 17-15, 15-8 # Washington..................................................................... 15-3, 15-7 # UCLA.................................................................................. 15-5, 15-4 # UC Santa Barbara...................................................... 15-13, 18-16 Utah State.................................... 15-8, 12-15, 15-10, 13-15, 15-3 * at San Diego State............................... 15-11, 10-15, 15-7, 15-3 Pepperdine............................................... 15-6, 10-15, 15-7, 15-12 * at Arizona............................................................ 15-13, 15-9, 15-7 * at Arizona State...................................... 12-15, 15-7, 15-5, 15-3 * Cal State Fullerton................................. 15-9, 15-7, 12-15, 15-7 & Pacific........................................ 15-8, 12-15, 15-10, 13-15, 15-3 & UCLA....................................... 15-13, 15-3, 12-15, 13-15, 15-10 * UCLA.......................................................... 2-15, 15-4, 15-12, 15-4 at UC Santa Barbara............................... 12-15, 10-15, 15-8, 7-15 * at Long Beach State....................................... 17-15, 15-6, 15-10 * San Diego State........................... 15-12, 9-15, 5-15, 15-9, 15-8 at Pepperdine....................................................... 15-5, 15-10, 15-4 % Arizona State................................................................. 15-2, 15-6 % Portland State............................................................... 15-4, 15-4 % Michigan State................................................. 14-16, 15-2, 15-8 % Houston........................................................................ 15-11, 15-9 % California.......................................................... 10-15, 15-11, 15-9 % Utah State..................................................................... 15-2, 15-11 % UCLA................................................................................. 8-15, 3-15 * Arizona................................................................. 15-9, 18-16, 15-6 * Arizona State................................................. 15-13, 15-13, 18-16 * at Cal State Fullerton....................................... 15-6, 15-6, 15-12 = Stanford................................................................. 15-4, 15-3, 15-3 = Pacific........................................... 12-15, 14-16, 15-8, 15-4, 4-15 * at UCLA................................... 15-10, 5-15, 15-10, 12-15, 15-12 * Long Beach State................................. 15-7, 15-9, 12-15, 15-10 $ Stanford.................................................. 15-4, 15-10, 7-15, 16-14 $ UCLA..................................................... 15-3, 11-15, 19-17, 16-14 $ Pacific...................................................... 15-6, 15-4, 13-15, 15-13 $ Pacific........................................... 16-14, 15-8, 9-15, 11-15, 15-5 ! Colorado State................................................................. 15-7, 15-7 ! Penn State......................................................................... 15-5, 15-1 ! Houston............................................................................. 15-7, 15-5 ! San Diego State........................................................... 15-13, 15-10

1981 Head Coach: Chuck Erbe 27-10 overall, 9-3 in WCAA (3rd) AIAW NATIONAL CHAMPIONS S11 W Pepperdine........................................ 12-15, 11-15, 15-4, 15-9, 15-13 S17 W # California.......................................................................... 15-3, 15-6 S17 W # Utah State...................................................... 15-13, 11-15, 15-10 S17 W # New Mexico State......................................................... 15-5, 15-6 S18 W # Oregon.............................................................................. 15-3, 15-2 S18 W # Long Beach State........................................................ 15-9, 15-12 S19 L # BYU................................................................................. 17-19, 11-15 S19 W # Utah State........................................................... 15-9, 1-15, 15-11 S19 W # Cal Poly............................................................................. 15-4, 15-9 S22 W * at Long Beach State............................................ 15-7, 15-3, 15-2 O2 W * Arizona...................................................... 9-15, 15-8, 16-14, 15-4 O3 W * Arizona State......................................................... 15-6, 15-1, 15-5 O9 W * at Cal State Fullerton............................... 15-7, 15-6, 6-15, 15-3 O10 L UC Santa Barbara...................... 13-15, 8-15, 15-6, 15-11, 11-15 O15 L * UCLA..................................................................... 13-15, 4-15, 8-15 O17 W * San Diego State......................... 15-6, 11-15, 15-7, 11-15, 15-8 O23 W * Long Beach State................................... 7-15, 16-14, 15-2, 15-3 O24 L at UC Santa Barbara............................ 15-12, 14-16, 13-15, 9-15 O27 W at Pepperdine....................................................... 15-13, 15-8, 15-3 O30 W Cal Poly ......................................... 12-15, 14-16, 15-13, 15-7, 15-6 O31 W * at Arizona State............................................ 16-14, 15-11, 15-11 N6 W % Portland State................................................ 14-16, 15-13, 15-5 N6 W % UC Santa Barbara....................................................... 16-14, 15-8 N6 W % Colorado State.................................................... 7-15, 15-3, 15-3 N7 W % Arizona State............................................................... 15-3, 15-11 N7 L % Texas............................................................... 15-11, 12-15, 16-18 N7 L % San Diego State............................................... 15-7, 9-15, 11-15 N12 W * at Arizona............................................................ 15-7, 15-6, 15-12 N14 L + Hawai‘i................................................. 15-11, 7-15, 13-15, 12-15 N15 L + UCLA............................................................. 15-4, 6-15, 6-15, 9-15 N18 L * at UCLA........................................ 9-15, 15-8, 15-10, 10-15, 6-15 N20 L * at San Diego State............................................... 6-15, 7-15, 4-15 N21 W * Cal State Fullerton.......................................... 15-6, 15-12, 15-11 D11 W ! Arizona.................................................................. 15-6, 15-5, 15-10 D12 W ! Hawai‘i...................................................... 15-12, 15-4, 11-15, 15-5 D18 W = Pacific...................................... 9-15, 15-12, 15-11, 10-15, 15-11 D20 W = UCLA............................................. 9-15, 15-7, 10-15, 15-13, 15-7 * WCAA match # SDSU Invitational (5th) - San Diego, Calif. % UCLA Invitational (5th) - Westwood, Calif. + Wendy’s Classic (4th) - Stockton, Calif. ! NCAA Northwest Regional - Seattle, Wash. = NCAA Championships - Los Angeles

S10 W Pepperdine...................................................... 15-6, 15-13, 15-12 S11 L at Cal Poly............................................... 15-11, 9-15, 8-15,16-18 S17 W # Washington.................................................................. 15-6, 15-8 S17 W # New Mexico................................................................. 15-6, 15-5 S17 W # Cal Poly............................................................. 15-4, 8-15, 15-10 S18 W # Texas............................................................... 15-7, 15-10, 15-11 S18 W # San Diego State............................. 4-15, 15-12, 15-10, 15-12 S21 W * Cal State Fullerton......................................... 15-11, 15-7, 15-7 S25 W ^ New Mexico State.......................................... 15-8, 15-4, 15-7 S26 W ^ Arizona State.................................................. 15-8, 15-4, 15-13 O1 W * Arizona State........................................ 12-15, 15-6, 15-5, 15-6 O2 L * Arizona................................................... 5-15, 9-15, 15-11, 8-15 O6 W * at Long Beach State........................................ 15-2, 15-1, 15-6 O9 L * San Diego State.................. 15-7, 13-15, 14-16, 16-14, 6-15 O14 W * UCLA.................................................................... 15-9, 15-2, 15-6 O16 L * at Stanford......................................... 5-15, 15-13, 5-15, 14-16 O22 L Cal Poly................................................................. 7-15, 13-15, 8-15 O23 W UC Santa Barbara........................................... 15-12, 15-12, 15-9 O29 W * at Arizona...................................... 15-10, 13-15, 15-12, 15-10 O30 W * at Arizona State................................... 10-15, 15-8, 15-9, 15-7 N3 W * at Cal State Fullerton...................................... 15-1, 15-5, 15-9 N5 W % Portland State.......................................... 10-15, 15-12, 15-10 N5 L % Stanford....................................................... 13-15, 15-6, 12-15 N5 L % Pepperdine................................................. 13-15, 15-6, 12-15 N6 W % BYU..................................................................... 8-15, 15-9, 15-6 N6 W % Northwestern............................................................. 15-5, 15-8 N12 W * Long Beach State........................................... 16-14, 15-2, 15-4 N13 W * at San Diego State................ 10-15, 12-15, 15-11, 15-11, 15-7 N17 W * at UCLA.................................... 15-4, 11-15, 15-6, 10-15, 15-9 N19 W * Stanford.............................................. 15-6, 7-15, 15-12, 15-12 N23 W at UC Irvine......................................................... 15-10, 15-9, 15-7 D11 W ! Tennessee......................................................... 15-11, 15-7, 15-8 D12 W ! Purdue................................................................ 15-13, 15-3, 15-8 D17 W = San Diego State........................................ 15-13, 15-12, 15-12 D19 L = Hawai‘i.................................. 16-14, 15-9, 13-15, 10-15, 12-15 * WCAA match # SDSU Invitational (1st) - San Diego, Calif. ^ Lobo Invitational (1st) - Albuquerque, N.M. % UCLA Invitational (3rd) - Westwood, Calif. ! NCAA Mideast Regional - West Lafayette, Ind. = NCAA Championship (2nd) - Stockton, Calif.

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1983

Head Coach: Chuck Erbe 24-10 overall, 9-5 in WCAA (3rd) S9 S10 S16-17 S16-17 S16-17 S16-17 S16-17

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at UC Irvine................................................. 15-4, 15-10, 6-15, 15-7 California................................................ 15-10, 15-7, 13-15, 15-10 # Oregon............................................................................ 15-12, 15-3 # Idaho State...................................................................... 15-8, 15-3 # Cal State Northridge....................................... 15-0, 7-15, 10-15 # Colorado State................................................ 12-15, 15-7, 15-11 # UCLA.................................................................................. 5-15, 7-15 * Arizona................................................................. 15-8, 15-3, 15-11 * Arizona State............................... 15-8, 11-15, 5-15, 15-7 15-10 * at Cal State Fullerton....................................... 15-10, 15-2, 15-5 at UC Santa Barbara............................... 15-17, 15-5, 16-14, 15-4 at Cal Poly.......................................................... 17-15, 15-13, 15-10 * San Diego State.................................... 16-18, 15-9, 15-13, 15-4 * at Long Beach State............................................ 15-5, 15-8, 15-9 * at UCLA................................................ 8-15, 12-15, 15-13, 10-15 * at Stanford....................................... 3-15, 13-15, 15-9, 15-6, 5-15 * Cal State Fullerton............................................ 15-11, 15-4, 15-4 Cal Poly....................................................................... 15-4, 15-3, 15-5 * at Arizona State...................... 15-8, 15-10, 11-15, 14-16, 8-15 * at Arizona............................................................... 8-15, 8-15, 5-15 * Stanford............................................................... 15-9, 15-12, 15-5 % Texas A&M.................................................................. 15-12, 15-11

L L W W W % Wyoming........................................................... 15-6, 11-15, 15-6 N4-5 W % Illinois State................................................................... 15-1, 15-4 N4-5 L % Pacific............................................................................. 15-17, 6-15 N4-5 W % San Diego State........................................................ 15-13, 16-14 N4-5 W % Hawai‘i................................................................ 9-15, 15-9, 15-11 N4-5 L % Pacific............................................................................. 10-15, 9-15 N11 W * Long Beach State................................... 15-2, 15-5, 13-15, 15-3 N12 W * at San Diego State.......................................... 15-11, 16-14, 15-5 N18 W UC Santa Barbara..................................... 15-11, 15-11, 16-18, 15-7 N19 L * UCLA................................................................... 14-16, 12-15, 6-15 N23 W at Pepperdine.......................................................... 15-6, 15-7, 15-8 D4 L ! Arizona.......................................... 10-15, 15-4, 10-15, 15-4, 9-15 * WCAA match # Titan Invitational (4th) - Fullerton, Calif. % UCLA Invitational (2nd) - Westwood, Calif. ! NCAA First Round - Tucson, Ariz.

1984 Head Coach: Chuck Erbe 30-7 overall, 10-4 in WCAA (4th) S7 S8 S14 S14 S14 S15 S15

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at UC Irvine........................................................... 15-7, 15-9, 15-5 Cal Poly................................................. 10-15, 15-10, 6-15, 12-15 # Fresno State................................................................. 15-7, 15-4 # Cleveland State........................................................... 15-3, 15-0 # UC Santa Barbara....................................................... 15-4, 15-8 # Hawai‘i......................................................................... 16-14, 15-9 # Santa Clara................................................................... 15-9, 15-4

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S15 W # UCLA............................................................... 11-15, 15-12, 15-6 S22 W * Stanford......................................................... 15-11, 15-8, 15-10 S27 W * at Arizona........................................... 16-18, 15-6, 15-13, 15-7 S28 W * at Arizona State........................................... 18-16, 15-9, 15-11 O2 W UC Santa Barbara................................ 15-7, 17-15, 13-15, 15-7 O5 W * at Long Beach State...................................... 15-8, 12-15, 15-6 O6 L * at San Diego State.............................. 15-2, 11-15, 12-15, 8-15 O12 W * Cal State Fullerton........................................... 15-4, 15-7, 15-8 O13 W Pacific...................................................... 15-5, 15-4, 12-15, 15-10 O19 L * UCLA....................................... 16-14, 15-9, 13-15, 10-15, 4-15 O26 W at San Jose State............................... 15-10, 8-15, 15-10, 15-12 O27 L * at Stanford.............................................. 2-15, 6-15, 15-9, 6-15 O30 W * San Diego State............. 15-17, 10-15, 16-14, 16-14, 15-10 N2 W % Cal State Northridge................................................ 15-4, 15-8 N2 W % BYU.............................................................................. 15-13, 15-6 N2 W % Lamar............................................................................ 15-1, 15-9 N2 W % Cal Poly..............................................................14-16,15-9, 15-9 N3 W % Pepperdine................................................................. 15-8, 15-4 N3 W % UCLA................................................................ 7-15, 15-3, 15-12 N3 L % Pacific............................................................ 10-15, 18-16, 3-15 N9 W * Arizona................................................ 15-8, 12-15, 15-9, 17-15 N10 W * Arizona State................................................... 15-1, 15-10, 15-4 N13 W * at Cal State Fullerton................................. 15-10, 15-3, 15-12 N16 L * at UCLA........................................................ 13-15, 10-15, 10-15 N17 W * Long Beach State........................................ 15-1, 15-10, 15-11 N21 W at Hawai‘i.................................. 3-15, 13-15, 15-4, 15-10, 15-13 N23 W at Hawai‘i...................................... 13-15, 15-13, 15-11, 12-15, 15-10 N30 W ! Pepperdine.................................. 15-6, 14-16, 15-8, 13-15, 15-8 D7 W = San Diego State.......................................... 15-7, 15-13, 15-10 D8 L = Stanford.................................. 15-11, 16-14, 9-15, 9-15, 10-15 * WCAA match # Titan Invitational (1st) - Fullerton, Calif. % UCLA Invitational (2nd) - Westwood, Calif. ! NCAA First Round - Westwood, Calif. = NCAA West Regional - San Diego, Calif.

1985 Head Coach: Chuck Erbe 26-9 overall, 5-3 in Pac-West (tie-2nd) S6 S7 S10 S13 S13 S13 S14 S14 S14 S20 S21 S28 O4 O5 O10 O10 O11 O11 O12 O18 O19 O25 O26 N1 N2 N8

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at Long Beach State................... 12-15, 2-15, 15-9, 15-7, 15-5 UC Santa Barbara..................... 15-4, 11-15, 15-6, 9-15, 15-11 at San Diego State............................. 15-9 16-18, 15-13, 15-11 # Portland State........................................................... 11-15, 5-15 # Loyola Marymount.................................................. 16-14, 15-8 # Fresno State............................................................ 15-11, 15-12 # San Diego State........................................................ 8-15, 12-15 # Cal Poly............................................................. 7-15, 15-7, 15-10 # Rhode Island.............................................................. 15-9, 15-10 at Pepperdine...................... 15-13, 12-15, 15-10, 7-15, 15-13 Cal Poly................................................. 15-10, 12-15, 6-15, 10-15 * Stanford.............................................................. 4-15, 8-15, 7-15 * Arizona State................................................... 15-7, 16-14, 15-9 * Arizona.............................................................. 15-7, 16-14, 15-9 % UC Santa Barbara.................................................... 11-15, 5-15 % Colorado State........................................................... 15-6, 15-1 % California........................................................ 15-6, 13-15, 15-3 % Colorado State........................................... 15-7, 16-14, 15-11 % BYU................................................... 10-15, 11-15, 15-6, 15-17 * UCLA....................................... 15-9, 15-8, 14-16, 13-15, 13-15 Long Beach State........................................... 16-14, 15-9, 15-12 at UC Santa Barbara................................. 5-15, 15-7, 15-7, 15-5 at Cal Poly............................................................ 15-9, 15-5, 15-10 * at Stanford............................................ 15-7, 12-15, 8-15, 8-15 at San Jose State................................. 6-15, 15-6, 15-13, 10-15, 15-4 * at Arizona......................................................... 15-13, 15-5, 15-8

N9 W * at Arizona State................................................ 15-0, 15-4, 15-8 N15 W Pepperdine......................................................... 15-4, 15-10, 15-3 N16 W San Diego State................................................. 15-12, 15-4, 15-4 N20 W * UCLA.................................... 15-11, 15-10, 10-15, 5-15, 15-10 N26 W Cal State Fullerton............................................ 15-11, 15-5, 15-9 D13 W ! Illinois................................................................... 15-8, 15-8, 15-9 D14 W ! Nebraska............................................. 5-15, 15-11, 15-12, 15-7 D20 L = Stanford................................................ 9-15, 15-7, 10-15, 6-15 D22 W = UCLA........................................ 15-7, 15-12, 8-15, 11-15, 15-3 * Pac-West Conference match # Titan Invitational - Fullerton, Calif. % UCLA Invitational - Westwood, Calif. ! NCAA Mideast Regional - Lincoln, Neb. = NCAA Championships (3rd) - Kalamazoo, Mich.

1986

Head Coach: Chuck Erbe 2-32 overall, 0-18 in Pac-10 (10th) S5 L at Pepperdine..................................................... 6-15, 5-15,10-15 S6 L Long Beach State................................................ 5-15, 4-15, 6-15 S9 L Utah............................................ 11-15, 15-8, 15-11, 12-15, 6-15 S12 L * at Washington State.................................. 12-15, 10-15, 8-15 S13 L * at Washington ................................................................. (forfeit) S19 L * Arizona........................................................... 2-15, 12-15, 10-15 S20 L * Arizona State.......................................... 2-15, 8-15, 15-9, 8-15 S26 L * at Oregon State................... 10-15, 15-13, 15-13, 12-15, 2-15 S27 L * at Oregon...................................................... 8-15, 12-15, 11-15 O3 W U.S. International................................. 15-8, 11-15,15-10, 15-8 O4 L Pepperdine................................... 2-15, 4-15, 17-15, 15-9, 9-15 O9-11 L + Cal Poly.......................................................................... 3-15, 9-15 O9-11 L + Hawai‘i........................................................................... 2-15, 6-15 O9-11 L + Wyoming...................................................................... 8-15, 2-15 O9-11 L + Oregon.................................................. 9-15, 5-15, 16-14, 1-15 O9-11 W + Northern Illinois...................... 7-15, 7-15, 15-9, 16-14, 15-4 O9-11 L + California......................................... 16-14, 11-15, 11-15, 7-15 O17 L * at Stanford....................................................... 5-15, 6-15, 11-15 O18 L * at California.................................................. 6-15, 10-15, 13-15 O24 L * Washington....................................................... 7-15, 5-15, 7-15 O25 L * Washington State....................... 12-15, 11-15, 15-12, 10-15 O29 L * UCLA.................................................................... 3-15, 9-15, 8-15 O31 L * at Arizona........................................................... 4-15, 5-15, 8-15 N1 L * at Arizona State.............................................. 3-15, 5-15, 13-15 N7 L * Oregon........................................................... 0-15, 13-15, 12-15 N8 L * Oregon State........................ 17-15, 8-15, 11-15, 15-5, 13-15 N12 L at Long Beach State...................................... 9-15, 10-15, 13-15 N15 L # Pacific.................................................................. 1-15, 5-15, 9-15 N16 L # UCLA.................................................................... 3-15, 4-15, 8-15 N21 L * California............................................... 8-15, 12-15, 15-7, 8-15 N22 L * Stanford......................................................... 2-15, 13-15, 13-15 N25 L * at UCLA............................................................. 12-15, 2-15, 3-15 N26 L at Hawai‘i............................................................... 4-15, 6-15, 3-15 N28 L at Hawai‘i............................................................... 4-15, 6-15, 7-15 * Pac-10 Conference match + National Invitation Tournament (3rd) - Los Angeles # Wendy’s Classic (4th) - Stockton, Calif.


Yearly Results

1987 Head Coach: Chuck Erbe 18-11 overall, 12-6 in Pac-10 (3rd) S4 S5 S9 S12 S13 S18 S19 S26

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at Cal State Northridge.................................. 15-10, 15-2, 15-4 Colorado State............................... 15-7, 15-10, 6-15, 12-15, 11-15 Pepperdine........................................... 10-15, 15-9, 15-7, 15-13 # Notre Dame..................................... 15-10, 15-12, 13-15, 15-7 # Illinois.................................................................. 7-15, 7-15, 7-15 * California............................................... 15-8, 15-7, 7-15, 15-13 * Stanford.............................................................. 8-15, 4-15, 9-15 * at Oregon State........................................... 15-10, 15-8, 15-13 * at Oregon...................................... 13-15, 12-15, 15-10, 13-15 * Arizona..................................... 15-9, 15-11, 14-16, 8-15, 15-8 * Arizona State.............................................. 15-10, 15-13, 15-13 % UC Santa Barbara................ 4-15, 15-10, 5-15, 15-13, 15-7 % Pacific................................................. 13-15, 7-15, 17-15, 2-15 % UCLA................................................................ 8-15, 14-16, 3-15 * at Washington............................. 15-11, 15-12, 7-15, 15-17, 7-15 O16 L O17 W * at Washington State..................................... 15-7, 15-12, 15-6 O21 W * at UCLA.......................................................... 15-13, 15-9, 15-10 O23 W * Oregon State...................................................... 15-1, 15-5,15-8 O24 W * Oregon........................................................... 15-13, 15-3, 15-12 * at Arizona State......................................... 14-16, 11-15, 16-18 O30 L O31 W * at Arizona........................................... 15-10, 15-11, 8-15, 15-8 W at Pepperdine......................................... 11-15, 15-5, 15-4, 15-4 N4 W Cal State Northridge............................ 15-5, 15-8, 9-15, 15-11 N7 N13 W * Washington State............... 15-12, 11-15, 15-6, 14-16, 15-8 N14 W * Washington.................................................. 15-12, 15-8, 16-14 * at Stanford....................................................... 12-15, 7-15, 9-15 N20 L * at California..................................................... 9-15, 6-15, 10-15 N21 L N24 W * UCLA............................................... 12-15, 15-10, 17-15, 15-13 ! Colorado State............................. 15-7, 8-15, 9-15, 15-11, 12-15 D3 L * Pac-10 Conference match % National Invitation Tournament (4th) - Los Angeles # Mid-America Classic (2nd) - Chicago, Ill. ! NCAA First Round - Fort Collins, Colo.

1988 Head Coach: Chuck Erbe 18-16 overall, 10-8 in Pac-10 (4th) S1 S2 S3 S9 S9 S10 S10 S16 S17 S23 S24

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at Colorado.......................................................... 15-13, 15-13, 15-5 at Wyoming.............................................. 13-15, 15-9, 11-15, 4-15 at Colorado State.................................... 15-9, 7-15, 15-12, 16-14 # Montana.............................................................. 15-8, 15-10, 15-5 # Texas Tech.............................................. 15-3, 15-7, 15-17, 15-11 # Wisconsin.......................................................... 15-6, 18-16, 15-11 # Utah......................................................................... 15-3, 15-6, 15-4 * at California............................................ 15-9, 15-3, 10-15, 15-12 * at Stanford.......................................... 16-14, 10-15, 5-15, 10-15 * Oregon................................................. 15-7, 15-11, 14-16, 15-10 * Oregon State.................................................... 15-11, 15-7, 15-12

S27 W UC Santa Barbara......................................... 5-15, 15-6, 15-9, 15-7 at Long Beach State................................. 9-15, 15-8, 12-15, 8-15 S30 L O1 W Pepperdine.......................................... 15-11, 11-15, 15-11, 16-14 L * at Arizona............................................ 7-15, 15-13, 14-16, 15-17 O7 W * at Arizona State................................. 15-13, 6-15, 15-13, 15-10 O8 * UCLA............................................................. 15-5, 6-15, 4-15, 8-15 O11 L O14 W * Washington...................................... 17-15, 15-11, 11-15, 15-13 O15 W * Washington State................................ 15-10, 13-15, 15-5, 15-9 O21 L * at Oregon State............................................... 13-15, 13-15, 7-15 O22 W * at Oregon....................................... 11-15, 15-9, 7-15, 16-14, 15-13 O25 L at UC Santa Barbara............................................ 6-15, 5-15, 12-15 O28 L % BYU...................................................................... 8-15, 13-15, 7-15 O29 L % Colorado State................................................. 8-15, 8-15, 13-15 N4 W * Arizona State.............................. 9-15, 11-15, 15-9, 15-11, 15-5 N5 W * Arizona....................................... 10-15, 17-15, 15-8, 10-15, 15-10 N9 L * at UCLA..................................................... 9-15, 3-15, 15-12, 3-15 N11 L * at Washington State...................... 12-15, 15-11, 14-16, 16-18 N12 L * at Washington.................................................. 4-15, 13-15, 10-15 N18 L * Stanford............................................... 17-15, 12-15, 9-15, 10-15 N19 W * California................................................ 16-14, 15-9, 11-15, 15-5 N23 L at Hawai‘i.............................................................. 13-15, 12-15, 7-15 N26 L at Hawai‘i..................................................... 5-15, 3-15, 15-13, 2-15 D1 L ! at Stanford......................................................... 13-15, 7-15, 11-15 * Pac-10 Conference match # Long Beach Invitational (1st) - Long Beach, Calif. % Pacific-10 Challenge (4th) - Westwood, Calif. ! NCAA First Round - Palo Alto, Calif.

1989 Head Coach: Lisa Love 19-13 overall, 10-8 in Pac-10 (tie-4th) A29 L at San Diego State.............................................10-15, 9-15, 8-15 A31 W at Pepperdine...................................... 15-12, 6-15, 19-17, 15-5 S7 W # Ohio State..................................................... 15-8, 15-13, 15-11 S7 W # Fresno State............................... 11-15, 15-10, 15-5, 11-15, 15-13 S8 L # BYU.................................................................. 4-15, 13-15, 10-15 S8 L # UC Santa Barbara.......................................... 11-15, 7-15, 4-15 S9 W # at Cal State Fullerton................................... 15-3, 15-13, 15-4 S15 W $ LSU....................................................... 15-6, 15-11, 12-15, 15-7 S16 W $ Texas-Arlington.............................................. 15-8, 15-10, 15-9 S22 W * Arizona State................................................... 15-7, 15-13, 15-5 S23 W * Arizona................................... 15-7, 16-18, 15-13, 12-15, 15-3 S27 W at Cal State Northridge.................... 15-9, 15-11, 14-16, 15-8 S29 W * at Washington State.................................. 15-5, 16-14, 15-11 O1 L * at Washington.................................. 9-15, 15-7, 12-15, 12-15 O6 W * Stanford......................................................... 15-11, 15-6, 16-14 O7 W * California....................................................... 15-2, 20-18, 15-13 O13 W * at Oregon State................... 15-11, 2-15, 15-10, 14-16, 15-9 O14 W * at Oregon......................................... 15-8, 13-15, 15-11, 15-11 O18 L * at UCLA........................................................ 14-16, 10-15, 10-15 O20 L * at Arizona...................................................... 15-17, 10-15, 9-15 O21 W * at Arizona State.............................. 15-10, 18-16, 15-17, 15-11 O27 L * Washington....................... 15-9, 13-15, 10-15, 15-12, 13-15 O28 W * Washington State............................................ 15-8, 15-8, 15-3 N2 L * at Stanford.................................................... 4-15, 12-15, 10-15 N3 L * at California.................................................. 11-15, 10-15, 7-15 N10 L * Oregon........................................................... 15-17, 13-15, 9-15 N11 W * Oregon State.............................................. 18-16, 15-12, 15-13 N14 L * UCLA.................................................................... 9-15, 7-15, 6-15 N16 L LSU........................................................... 10-15, 11-15, 15-9, 6-15 N24 W Pittsburgh........................................................ 15-13, 15-1, 15-12 N25 W Pittsburgh.................................................. 6-15, 15-3, 15-1, 15-7 N30 L ! at Stanford............................................. 8-15, 15-13, 5-15, 7-15 * Pac-10 Conference match

# JMN Collegiate Tournament (3rd) - Fullerton, Calif. $ Volleyball Monthly/CP SLO Tourn. (1st) - San Luis Obispo, Calif. ! NCAA First Round - Palo Alto, Calif.

1990 Head Coach: Lisa Love 12-16 overall, 9-9 in Pac-10 (4th) A31 L UC Santa Barbara........................ 15-8, 7-15, 15-9, 13-15, 15-6 S1 L $ Long Beach State............................ 17-15, 4-15, 8-15, 14-16 S4 L Pepperdine.....................................................11-15, 14-16, 14-16 S7 W Oklahoma.............................................. 15-11, 15-6, 13-15, 15-4 S11 W San Diego State...................................... 15-6, 7-15, 15-11, 15-4 S14 W * Washington State....................................... 15-5, 17-15, 15-11 S15 W * Washington..................................................... 15-9, 17-15, 15-4 S18 W Cal State Northridge.......... 12-15, 15-10, 7-15, 19-17, 15-10 S21 L * at Stanford....................................................... 10-15, 7-15, 9-15 S22 W * at California....................................... 15-9, 15-12, 6-15, 16-14 S28 L * Oregon State................................................ 12-15, 2-15, 13-15 S29 L * Oregon ........................................... 14-16, 15-12, 12-15, 13-15 O5 L * UCLA............................................................... 11-15. 13-15, 6-15 O12 L * at Arizona State........................ 3-15, 15-6, 7-15, 15-4, 11-15 O13 W * at Arizona........................................... 15-9, 18-20, 15-6, 15-13 O18 L * Stanford............................................ 15-10, 6-15, 10-15, 10-15 O19 W * California................................... 15-9, 9-15, 15-5, 13-15, 15-13 O26 W * at Oregon......................................... 15-10, 15-9, 13-15, 17-15 O27 W * at Oregon State........................ 6-15, 8-15, 16-14, 15-8, 15-9 N2 L # Hawai‘i.............................................................. 9-15, 8-15, 13-15 N3 L # Long Beach State.......................................... 8-15, 13-15, 7-15 N9 L * Arizona..................................... 15-13, 7-15, 15-12, 12-15, 13-15 N10 L * Arizona State................................... 12-15, 9-15, 15-12, 10-15 N14 L * at UCLA............................................................. 5-15, 16-18, 2-15 N16 W * at Washington................................................ 15-9, 15-10, 15-3 N17 W * at Washington State..................................... 15-8, 15-13, 15-0 N21 L at Hawai‘i.......................................................... 8-15, 10-15, 13-15 N23 L at Hawai‘i.......................................... 10-15, 12-15, 15-13, 10-15 * Pac-10 Conference match $ Baden Beach Blowout (3rd) - Long Beach, Calif. # Pac-10 Conference Challenge (4th) - Los Angeles

1991 Head Coach: Lisa Love 23-8 overall, 13-5 in Pac-10 (3rd) S4 S6 S7 S7 S13 S18 S20 S21 S27 O4

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Loyola Marymount....................................... 15-6, 15-13, 15-11 + Rhode Island....................................... 15-3, 13-15, 15-4, 15-6 + Memphis State................................................ 15-8, 15-9, 15-8 + Wisconsin..................................................... 15-4, 15-11, 15-13 San Diego State........................................ 9-15, 15-7, 15-3, 15-3 San Diego.............................................................. 15-2, 15-2, 15-6 * at Oregon State.............................. 11-15, 15-10, 17-15, 15-5 * at Oregon.............................................. 15-7, 10-15, 15-7, 15-6 Cal State Northridge.............. 7-15, 13-15, 15-11, 15-9, 15-6 * Arizona State..................................... 14-16, 15-4, 15-9, 16-14

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Yearly Results O5 W * Arizona......................................................... 15-11, 15-13, 15-13 O9 L * at UCLA............................................... 1-15, 6-15, 15-11, 14-16 O11 W * at Washington State....................... 2-15, 15-7, 17-15, 15-11 O12 W * at Washington................................ 15-12, 10-15, 15-10, 15-8 O17 W * California............................................... 6-15, 15-12, 15-5, 15-5 O18 L * Stanford................................................. 4-15, 15-8, 16-17, 9-15 O25 L # Texas.................................................... 5-15, 10-15, 15-12, 15-4 O26 W # Texas-Arlington................................................ 15-6, 15-1, 15-3 N1 W * at Arizona.................................................... 15-12, 15-12, 15-10 N2 W * at Arizona State................................... 15-5, 12-15, 15-9, 15-4 N5 L * UCLA............................................................... 14-16, 14-16, 7-15 N8 W * Washington..................................................... 15-6, 15-7, 16-14 N9 W * Washington State.......................................... 15-8, 15-10, 15-8 N15 L * at California.................................. 13-15, 15-8, 9-15, 15-9,15-17 N16 L * at Stanford.................................................... 11-15, 8-15, 13-15 N21 W * Oregon State................................................... 15-4, 15-13, 15-3 N22 W * Oregon........................................................... 15-10, 16-14, 15-2 N29 L % Pacific................................................. 15-11, 8-15, 6-15, 13-15 N30 W % Texas...................................... 15-8, 15-10, 5-15, 11-15, 15-13 D6 W ! BYU............................................................. 15-7, 15-6, 1-15, 15-9 D12 L = at Stanford............................. 15-12, 6-15, 15-9, 10-15, 9-15 * - Pac-10 Conference match + - Volleyball Monthly Tournament (1st) - Madison, Wisc. # - Pac-10 Conference Challenge (2nd) - Westwood, Calif. % - Banker’s Classic (2nd) - Stockton, Calif. ! - NCAA First Round - Provo, Utah = - NCAA West Regional - Palo Alto, Calif.

1992 Head Coach: Lisa Love 21-9 overall, 12-6 in Pac-10 (3rd) S3 W at San Diego State................. 15-9, 14-16, 12-15, 15-13, 15-7 S8 W at Pepperdine........................................... 6-15, 15-3, 15-4, 15-4 S11 L $ New Mexico...................................... 7-15, 15-8, 13-15, 12-15 S12 W $ LSU....................................................................... 15-6, 15-9, 15-8 S16 W Cal State Northridge......................... 15-3, 15-8, 10-15, 15-10 S18 W * at Arizona State................................... 9-15, 15-9, 15-7, 15-11 S19 W * at Arizona........................................... 15-7, 15-10, 6-15, 15-13 S23 W Loyola Marymount.......................................... 15-12, 15-7, 15-8 S25 W * Washington State............................. 10-15, 15-12, 18-16, 15-3 S26 W * Washington.......................................... 15-6, 14-16, 15-8, 15-8 O2 L * at Stanford.............................................. 8-15, 3-15, 15-9, 1-15 O3 W * at California.................................................. 15-8, 15-10, 15-11 O9 W * Oregon State................................................ 15-10, 15-9, 15-12 O10 W * Oregon.............................................................. 15-10, 15-5, 15-9 O14 L Long Beach State........................................... 13-15, 9-15, 17-19 O16 L * UCLA.................................................................. 10-15, 3-15, 3-15 O23 W * at Washington................................................ 15-0, 15-8, 15-13 O24 L * at Washington State.................. 11-15, 14-16, 15-12, 13-15 O30 W * California.......................................................... 15-5, 15-12, 15-6 O31 L * Stanford......................................................... 11-15, 8-15, 14-16 N6 W * at Oregon........................................... 15-11, 12-15, 15-7, 15-7 N7 W * at Oregon State................................... 15-13, 6-15, 15-7, 15-4 N13 W % Nebraska.............................................. 5-15, 15-4, 15-5, 16-14 N14 W % Colorado......................................... 13-15, 15-6, 17-15, 15-13 N20 W * Arizona.............................................................. 15-3, 15-11, 15-9 N21 L * Arizona State................................... 14-16, 10-15, 15-7, 13-15 N24 L * at UCLA........................................................... 7-15,11-15, 16-18 N25 W Notre Dame..................................................... 15-5, 15-12, 15-10 D5 W ! Cal State Northridge.................................. 16-14, 15-8, 15-10 D11 L = BYU...................................................... 5-15, 5-15, 15-13, 11-15 * - Pac-10 Conference match $ - UNM/Volleyball Monthly Tournament - Albuquerque, New Mexico % - Conference Challenge (1st) - Westwood, Calif. ! - NCAA First Round - Los Angeles = - NCAA West Regional - Westwood, Calif.

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1993 Head Coach: Lisa Love 22-9 overall, 11-7 in Pac-10 (tie-4th) S1 S3 S4 S10 S11 S11 S17 S18 S24 S25 S29 O2 O8 O9 O15 O16 O22 O23 O29 O30

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at Loyola Marymount.................................. 15-13, 16-14, 15-3 # New Mexico............................................... 15-10, 15-12, 15-13 # Illinois.................................................. 15-10, 4-15, 15-7, 15-12 % San Jose State................................................. 15-6, 15-5, 15-7 % Santa Clara................................... 15-8, 15-7, 12-15, 10-15, 15-11 % UC Santa Barbara.............. 15-13, 15-6, 10-15, 3-15, 10-15 * Stanford......................................................... 16-14, 19-17, 15-8 * California....................................................... 15-13, 15-9, 17-15 * at Oregon State................................... 15-7, 5-15, 11-15, 9-15 * at Oregon...................................................... 15-12, 15-6, 15-13 at Long Beach State................ 15-11, 15-9, 12-15, 4-15, 15-9 * UCLA.................................................................. 13-15, 7-15, 9-15 * Arizona State.............................................. 15-10, 15-13, 15-11 * Arizona ..................................... 8-15, 11-15, 15-4, 18-16, 15-8 * at Washington State....................... 15-9, 17-19, 9-15, 13-15 * at Washington.................................................. 15-7, 15-3, 15-5 * Oregon.............................................................. 15-7, 15-11, 15-6 * Oregon State.................................................... 15-7, 15-7, 15-9 & Pepperdine....................................... 15-6, 11-15, 15-13, 15-8

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1994 Head Coach: Lisa Love 22-8 overall, 12-6 in Pac-10 (3rd) S1 S2 S3 S7 S9 S16 S17

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Fresno State..................................................... 16-14, 15-7, 15-13 # Ohio State........................................................ 15-12, 15-4, 15-3 # Loyola Marymount.................................... 15-11, 15-7, 15-10 at Cal State Northridge............................... 15-12, 15-10, 15-8 at Pepperdine...................................... 15-13, 15-5, 9-15, 15-10 % BYU................................................................ 15-10, 15-13, 15-5 % Utah.................................................... 15-5, 15-8, 13-15, 15-10

S23 W * at Arizona State..................... 11-15, 15-8, 16-14, 7-15, 15-7 S24 L * at Arizona........................................... 15-5, 9-15, 12-15, 13-15 S30 W * Washington State.......................................... 15-8, 15-3, 15-11 O1 W * Washington.......................................... 15-12, 15-2, 9-15, 15-8 O7 L * at Stanford.................................................... 13-15, 5-15, 11-15 O8 W * at California............................................ 15-5, 15-2, 9-15, 15-6 O12 L * at UCLA.................................... 15-13, 15-9, 14-16, 13-15, 9-15 O14 W * Oregon State................................................... 15-12, 15-6, 15-6 O15 W * Oregon.............................................................. 15-6, 16-14, 15-6 O21 W * Arizona................................................ 13-15, 15-12, 15-7, 15-8 O22 W *Arizona State............................................... 15-13, 15-10, 15-12 O28 W * at Washington........................... 15-7, 10-15, 15-6, 6-15, 15-9 O29 L * at Washington State.................................. 9-15, 16-18, 10-15 N4 W * California............................................................ 15-4, 15-8, 15-8 N5 L * Stanford.................................... 4-15, 2-15, 16-14, 15-13, 13-15 N11 W * at Oregon......................................................... 15-7, 15-8, 15-12 N12 W * at Oregon State.............................................. 15-6, 15-9, 16-14 N16 L * UCLA............................................ 6-15, 7-15, 15-0, 15-12, 9-15 N18 W Long Beach State......................................... 15-10, 15-12, 15-13 N25 W Notre Dame........................................................ 18-16, 15-5, 15-2 D3 W ! New Mexico...................................................... 15-13, 15-4, 15-6 D8 W = Arizona............................................................... 15-7, 15-9, 15-7 D9 L = Stanford........................................................ 13-15, 13-15, 5-15 * - Pac-10 Conference match # - Long Beach Invitational - Long Beach, Calif. % - BYU Tournament (1st) - Provo, Utah ! - NCAA Second Round (1st Round Bye) - Los Angeles = - NCAA West Regional - Palo Alto, Calif.

1995 Head Coach: Lisa Love 18-9 overall, 11-7 in Pac-10 (tie-4th) S1 W # Southern Illinois............................................ 15-7, 15-7, 15-12 S2 L # Notre Dame....................................... 2-15, 15-11, 13-15, 6-15 S6 W Cal State Northridge....................................... 15-2, 15-3, 15-11 S15 L * at Washington State..................................... 9-15, 14-16, 5-15 S16 L * at Washington......................... 15-12, 15-8, 13-15, 12-15, 9-15 S22 L * Stanford............................................................ 10-15, 8-15, 7-15 S23 W * California.......................................................... 15-3, 15-11, 15-8 S29 W * at Oregon State................... 13-15, 15-9, 15-7, 13-15, 15-12 S30 W * at Oregon.............................................. 10-15, 15-7, 15-1, 15-1 O4 W Pepperdine................................................ 15-9, 15-3, 7-15, 15-6 O6 W * at UCLA..................................... 12-15, 15-12, 15-10, 11-15, 15-6 O13 L * Arizona State.......................... 9-15, 15-7, 15-11, 13-15, 7-15 O14 W * Arizona................................................ 4-15, 15-5, 15-10, 15-10 O20 W * at California..................................................... 15-12, 15-5, 15-7 O22 L * at Stanford............................................ 15-12, 7-15, 9-15, 6-15 O27 W * Oregon................................................................ 15-9, 15-4, 15-4 O28 W * Oregon State................................................... 15-7, 15-11, 15-3 N3 L * UCLA.................................................... 15-12, 1-15, 7-15, 10-15 N4 W at Long Beach State...................................... 15-2, 16-14, 15-12 N10 W * at Arizona.................................... 9-15, 15-11, 15-13, 9-15, 15-12 N11 L * at Arizona State..................... 15-9, 15-9, 8-15, 11-15, 13-15 N16 W * Washington State............................. 15-11, 15-3, 10-15, 15-7 N17 W * Washington.......................... 15-13, 17-15, 12-15, 12-15, 15-11 N25 W Cal Poly................................................................. 15-0, 15-10, 15-8 N29 W ! North Texas......................................................... 15-6, 15-2, 15-1 D2 W % at Pacific.......................................................... 15-9, 15-13, 15-5 D8 L = at Stanford.......................................................6-15, 12-15, 8-15 * - Pac-10 Conference match # - Shamrock Invitational - South Bend, Ind. ! - NCAA First Round - Los Angeles % - NCAA Second Round - Stockton, Calif. = - NCAA Pacific Regional Semifinal - Palo Alto, Calif.


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1996

Head Coach: Lisa Love 21-9 overall, 12-6 in Pac-10 (tie-3rd) A30 L # Wisconsin........................................... 10-15, 15-9, 9-15, 11-15 A31 W # Texas-Arlington................................................ 15-3, 15-2, 15-6 S6 W San Diego State................................................... 15-5, 15-6, 15-8 S10 W at Cal State Northridge............................ 15-12, 15-10, 15-10 S13 W & San Jose State............................................. 15-10, 15-11, 15-8 S14 W & UC Santa Barbara............ 13-15, 11-15, 16-14, 15-12, 15-10 S18 W at Pepperdine..................................... 15-6, 11-15, 15-13, 15-6 S20 L * Oregon State........................................ 15-7, 8-15, 10-15, 9-15 S21 W * Oregon........................................................... 15-10, 15-7, 15-10 S26 L Hawai‘i.................................................. 11-15, 15-11, 11-15, 9-15 S28 L * UCLA............................................ 5-15, 9-15, 15-8, 15-13, 9-15 O4 W * at Arizona State................... 12-15, 15-8, 11-15, 15-7, 15-10 O6 W * at Arizona.............................................. 16-14, 15-7, 9-15, 15-8 O11 W * Washington State.......................................... 15-9, 15-12, 15-6 O12 W * Washington..................................................... 15-6, 15-8, 15-13 O18 L * at Stanford......................................... 6-15, 15-11, 14-16, 6-15 O19 W * at California..................................................... 15-11, 15-8, 15-6 O24 W * at UCLA.......................................................... 15-11, 15-7, 15-11 N1 W * Arizona........................................... 15-13, 13-15, 15-13, 16-14 N2 W * Arizona State..................................................... 15-7, 15-4, 15-8 N8 W * at Washington............................................. 15-12, 15-12, 15-9 N9 L * at Washington State..................... 11-15, 9-15, 15-11, 11-15 N15 W * California............................................................ 15-8, 15-8, 15-9 N16 L * Stanford............................................................ 6-15, 12-15, 5-15 N21 L * at Oregon State........................... 13-15, 11-15, 16-14, 12-15 N22 W * at Oregon......................................................... 15-6, 15-13, 15-7 N29 W % Kentucky......................................................... 15-9, 15-10, 15-4 D4 W ! SE Missouri State.............................................. 15-2, 15-5, 15-1 D7 W ^ at South Florida............................................... 15-8, 15-5, 15-6 D13 L = at Stanford........................................................ 3-15, 7-15, 7-15 * - Pac-10 Conference match # - Colorado Tournament - Boulder, Colo. & - Santa Clara Tournament (1st) - Santa Clara, Calif. % - Long Beach State Tournament - Long Beach, Calif. ! - NCAA First Round - Los Angeles ^ - NCAA Second Round - Tampa, Fla. = - NCAA Pacific Regional - Palo Alto, Calif.

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Head Coach: Lisa Love 23-6 overall, 13-5 in Pac-10 (tie-2nd) A29 A30 A30

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# Xavier................................................................... 15-4, 15-5, 15-7 # Duke...................................................................15-8, 15-8, 15-11 # Michigan State.................................... 15-5, 12-15, 15-4, 15-7

S5 W Villanova................................................................. 15-8, 15-2, 15-2 S7 W Colorado....................................13-15, 15-12, 8-15, 15-5, 15-13 S9 W Cal State Northridge.......................................... 15-5, 15-9, 15-8 S11 W at San Diego State............................................... 15-8, 15-8, 15-6 S19 W * Arizona State...................................................... 15-4, 15-3, 15-4 S20 W * Arizona................................................................. 15-1, 15-4, 15-3 S26 L * at Washington State........... 14-16, 11-15, 15-3, 15-12, 10-15 S27 W * at Washington.............................. 15-10, 10-15, 15-11, 17-15 O3 L * Stanford.......................................................... 13-15, 0-15, 13-15 O4 W * California............................................. 15-6, 15-6, 12-15, 15-13 O9 W * at Oregon............................................................ 15-3, 15-8, 15-8 O10 W * at Oregon State...............................................15-11, 15-5, 15-8 O15 W Pepperdine............................................ 15-8, 15-5, 10-15, 15-12 O17 W * at UCLA...................................15-6, 4-15, 15-11, 14-16, 15-11 O23 W * Washington State........................................ 15-13, 15-9, 15-12 O24 L * Washington........................11-15, 14-16, 15-13, 15-13, 11-15 O31 W * at California......................................................15-7, 17-15, 15-5 N2 L * at Stanford.............................................3-15, 7-15, 15-11, 2-15 N7 W * Oregon................................................. 12-15, 15-10, 15-5, 15-4 N8 W * Oregon State...................................................... 15-2, 15-3, 15-7 N14 W * UCLA...................................................................15-2, 15-8, 15-13 N21 L * at Arizona.....................................15-10, 14-16, 12-15, 15-5, 13-15 N22 W * at Arizona State................................................. 15-7, 15-8, 15-6 D5 W ! Morgan State...................................................... 15-2, 15-7, 15-7 D6 W ! San Diego.................................... 7-15, 15-17, 15-12, 15-5, 16-14 D12 L = Nebraska.....................................13-15, 15-12, 16-14, 7-15, 12-15 * - Pac-10 Conference match # - MSU/GOFF Classic (1st) - Lansing, Mich. ! - NCAA First and Second Round - Los Angeles = - NCAA Pacific Regional - Long Beach, Calif.

1998 Head Coach: Lisa Love 24-6 overall, 16-2 in Pac-10 (2nd) A28 W ^ Wisconsin........................................................... 15-1, 15-7, 15-8 A29 L ^ Long Beach State.................. 7-15, 15-10, 1-15, 15-9, 12-15 S4 W + San Francisco.................................................... 15-6, 15-5, 15-2 S5 W + Sam Houston State......................................... 15-4, 15-3, 15-5 S11 W # Indiana...............................................15-11, 16-14, 11-15, 15-2 S12 L # Wisconsin...............................2-15, 16-14, 14-16, 15-10, 9-15 S18 L * at Stanford.......................................... 15-10, 3-15, 9-15, 12-15 S20 W * at California................................... 10-15, 15-10, 15-12, 15-12 S25 W * Oregon State...................................................... 15-5, 15-8, 15-6 S27 W * Oregon................................................................. 15-2, 15-6, 15-7 S30 W Pepperdine....................................................... 15-2, 15-12, 16-14 O2 W * UCLA........................................................15-9, 9-15, 15-13, 15-6 O9 W * at Arizona State............................................ 15-13, 15-9, 15-10 O11 W * at Arizona..........................................................15-8, 15-4, 15-12 O16 L * Washington State...........................12-15, 10-15, 15-13, 9-15 O18 W * Washington........................................ 15-12, 13-15, 15-4, 15-6 O22 W * at Oregon..........................................................15-13, 15-3, 15-7 O25 W * at Oregon State................................................. 15-5, 15-8, 15-6 O30 W * at UCLA..................................... 15-6, 15-2, 9-15, 11-15, 18-16 N6 W * Arizona............................................................ 15-9, 15-11, 15-13 N8 W * Arizona State....................................................16-14, 15-9, 15-5 N13 W * at Washington.............................................. 15-4, 15-10, 15-13 N15 W * at Washington State................................... 15-5, 15-10, 15-10 N20 W * California............................................................. 15-1, 15-8, 15-8 N22 W * Stanford..................................................13-15, 15-7, 15-4, 15-4 N27 W % Houston........................................................ 15-11, 15-11, 15-8 N28 L % Pacific....................................... 15-5, 9-15, 15-13, 8-15, 14-16 D3 W ! Maryland-Baltimore County........................15-3, 15-5, 15-10 D5 W ! Texas A&M................................................. 15-8, 8-15, 15-5, 15-5 D10 L = at Florida............................................. 13-15, 15-12, 9-15, 9-15 * - Pac-10 Conference match

^ - NACWAA Tournament - Albuquerque, N.M. + - USF/SMC Power Bar Invitiational (1st) - San Francisco, Calif. # - Wisconsin Tournament - Madison, Wis. % - Banker's Classic - Stockton, Calif. ! - NCAA First and Second Round - Los Angeles = - NCAA East Regional - Gainesville, Fla.

1999 Head Coach: Jerritt Elliott (Interim) 21-9 overall, 13-5 Pac-10 (3rd) S3 S4 S9 S10 S11 S17 S18 S24

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# North Carolina.................................................... 15-9,15-3,15-3 # Long Beach State..................15-12,13-15,15-13,10-15,7-15 % Nevada................................... 15-10,10-15,15-10,10-15,18-16 % Hawai’i............................................. 12-15,15-13,14-16,10-15 % Tennessee......................................................... 15-8,15-1,15-13 ^ Oral Roberts.................................................. 15-13,15-13,15-5 ^ UNLV.....................................................12-15,15-4,15-10,15-13 * Arizona State......................................... 12-15,15-13,15-9,15-9 * Arizona................................................. 10-15,12-15,15-3,13-15 * at Washington State.............. 9-15,12-15,17-15,15-6,15-11 * at Washington.................................................. 15-7,15-3,15-10 * Stanford................................................................ 8-15,6-15,9-15 * California......................................................... 15-8,15-12,15-10 * at UCLA............................................................ 10-15,10-15,5-15 * at Oregon State...................................... 11-15,15-6,15-9,15-8 * at Oregon............................................................. 15-3,15-3,15-0 * at Arizona................................................... 15-7,15-9,4-15,15-8 * at Arizona State....................... 12-15,15-13,12-15,15-6,15-7 * Washington....................................................... 15-12,15-9,15-8 * Washington State.......................................... 15-5,17-15,15-11 * at California.................................................... 15-10,15-3,15-12 * at Stanford......................................................... 3-15,11-15,7-15 * Oregon.................................................................. 15-3,15-6,15-6 * Oregon State....................................................... 15-3,15-2,15-6 * UCLA..................................................... 14-16,6-15,15-11,17-19

S25 S30 O1 O8 O9 O13 O15 O18 O21 O22 O29 O30 N5 N6 N12 N13 N19 N20 W Fairfield...................................................................15-6,15-9,15-10 N26 W $ James Madison.................................................. 15-8,15-7,15-7 $ UC Santa Barbara......................................... 13-15,9-15,13-15 N27 L W ! Hofstra.................................................................... 15-0,15-9,15-8 D3 L ! Minnesota.................................. 15-3,15-4,14-16,10-15,10-15 D4 * - Pac-10 Conference match # - Long Beach State Tournament - Long Beach, Calif. % - Wahine Volleyball Challenge - Honolulu, Hawaii ^ - UNLV Invitational (1st) - Las Vegas, Nev. ! - NCAA First and Second Round - Los Angeles

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2000

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Head Coach: Jerritt Elliott (Interim) 29-3 overall, 16-2 Pac-10 (tie-1st) S1 S2 S6 S7 S8 S14 S15 S22 S23 S29 S30 O3 O6 O12 O13 O19 O20 O24 O26 O27 N3

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^ Texas......................................................................15-6, 17-15, 15-4 ^ Arkansas..................................................................15-5, 15-8, 15-7 + Rhode Island.......................................................15-5, 15-7, 16-14 + Texas-San Antonio...............................................15-5, 15-1, 15-7 + Temple.....................................................................15-7, 15-3, 15-3 * Washington State..............................................16-14, 15-9, 15-8 * Washington............................................................15-7, 15-5, 15-5 * at Stanford..............................................................15-4, 15-8, 15-2 * at California.............................................................15-9, 15-7, 15-7 * Oregon State..........................................................15-7, 15-3, 15-8 * Oregon.....................................................................15-5, 15-3, 15-5 at UC Irvine.............................................................15-10, 15-5, 15-4 * UCLA...................................................... 15-11, 15-11, 8-15, 15-11 * at Arizona State.....................................9-15, 15-13, 15-6, 15-13 * at Arizona........................................................ 10-15, 17-19, 12-15

2001 Head Coach: Mick Haley 25-4 overall, 16-2 Pac-10 (2nd)

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UC Santa Barbara............................................. 30-20, 30-18, 30-15 * UCLA................................................................. 30-27, 30-21, 30-12 * Arizona State.................................................. 30-14, 30-16, 31-29 * Arizona............................................................. 30-25, 30-26, 30-22 * at Washington State.................................... 30-26, 32-30, 30-15 * at Washington................................................ 30-28, 30-23, 30-17 * Stanford..............................................28-30, 30-28, 30-22, 30-26 * California......................................................... 30-25, 30-26, 30-19 Pepperdine...........................................25-30, 30-24, 30-20, 30-18 * at UCLA.........................................25-30, 28-30, 30-21, 30-22, 15-11 * at Arizona........................................................ 25-30, 15-30, 28-30 * at Arizona State............................................. 30-24, 30-24, 32-30 * Washington.................................................... 30-27, 30-19, 30-19

O26 N2 N3 W * Washington State............................30-23, 30-19, 27-30, 30-24 N9 W * at California..................................................... 30-19, 30-18, 30-23 N10 L * at Stanford.........................................26-30, 17-30, 30-19, 18-30 N15 W * Oregon State.....................................30-23, 30-12, 25-30, 30-18 N16 W * Oregon................................................24-30, 30-15, 30-17, 30-18 N20 W * at Oregon State................................................30-21, 30-9, 30-10 N21 W * at Oregon........................................................ 30-20, 30-10, 30-20 N30 W ! vs. Liberty......................................................... 30-18, 30-20, 30-14 D1 W ! at Duke.............................................................. 30-18, 30-19, 30-22 D6 W % Ohio State...................................................... 30-25, 30-20, 30-27 D7 L % Arizona................................ 30-25, 24-30, 24-30, 30-28, 12-15 * - Pac-10 Conference match ^ - UCI-Marriott Sunset Showcase - Irvine, Calif. # - Aston Imua Challenge (1st) - Honolulu Hawai’i ! - NCAA First and Second Round - Durham, N.C. % - NCAA Pacific Regional - Los Angeles

* California..............................................................15-12, 15-8, 15-5 * Stanford..................................... 16-14, 14-16, 8-15, 15-8, 15-13 at UC Santa Barbara.....................10-15, 12-15, 15-4, 15-4, 15-7 * at Oregon State.....................................................15-7, 15-5, 15-1 * at Oregon................................................................15-8, 15-9, 15-4

* at UCLA.................................................................9-15, 3-15, 13-15 N9 * Arizona State...............................................9-15, 15-5, 15-3, 15-7 N10 * Arizona.....................................................15-9, 15-11, 12-15, 15-4 N14 W San Diego................................................................15-9, 15-10, 15-9 N17 W * at Washington State............................15-12, 6-15, 15-12, 15-7 N18 W * at Washington........................................................15-7, 15-7, 15-4 N24 W Notre Dame.......................................15-5, 15-17, 15-17, 15-7, 15-11 D1 W ! Georgia State..........................................................15-2, 15-4, 15-3 D2 W ! Cal Poly...................................................................15-4, 17-15, 15-6 D7 W % Florida............................................................. 15-13, 15-13, 15-11 D8 W % Penn State..........................................................15-11, 15-9, 15-4 D14 L = Wisconsin.............................................................10-15, 9-15, 9-15 * - Pac-10 Conference match ^ - Texas Invitational (1st) - Austin, Texas + - USC Met-Rx Invitational (1st) - Los Angeles ! - NCAA First and Second Round - Los Angeles % - NCAA Pacific Regional - Los Angeles = - NCAA Final Four - Richmond, Va.

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^ at UC Irvine.......................................30-14, 30-16, 29-31, 30-20 ^ vs. Wisconsin............................ 30-19, 26-30, 30-27, 26-30, 11-15 # vs. Cincinnati.................................................. 30-19, 30-23, 30-13 # at Hawai’i......................................................... 30-17, 30-19, 33-31 # vs. Utah State................................................. 30-18, 30-19, 30-21

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2002 Head Coach: Mick Haley 31-1 overall, 17-1 Pac-10 (1st) NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS A31 S1 S2 S5 S6 S20 S21 S27 S28 O4 O5 O8 O11 O12 O18 O25 O26 N1 N2 N8 N9 N15 N21 N22 N26 D6 D7 D12 D13

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^ Ball State.......................................................30-22, 30-17, 30-20 ^ Pittsburgh...................................................30-22, 30-27, 30-22 ^ #2 Nebraska................................................30-26, 30-19, 32-30 + at BYU...........................................................30-23, 30-27, 30-15 + Wake Forest.................................. 30-14, 26-30, 30-20, 30-20 + #6 Florida.....................................................30-24, 30-19, 30-26 * at Arizona State..........................................30-20, 30-22, 30-27 * at #15 Arizona.............................................30-25, 30-23, 31-29 * #18 Washington State..............................30-18, 30-21, 30-24 * Washington.................................................30-28, 30-19, 30-26 * at #4 Stanford..................23-30, 30-27, 28-30, 30-25, 24-22 * at California......................20-30, 30-28, 30-24, 20-30, 15-13 at #12 Pepperdine........................................33-31, 30-26, 30-28 * Oregon State...............................................30-22, 30-21, 30-19 * Oregon..........................................................30-15, 30-14, 30-15 * #13 UCLA.......................................................30-24, 30-22, 30-24 * at Washington...................................30-27, 30-17, 25-30, 32-30 * at #20 Washington State...............30-19, 30-14, 18-30, 30-25 * California......................................................... 30-15, 30-13, 30-22 * #6 Stanford.......................... 26-30, 30-16, 30-26, 28-30, 14-16 * at Oregon........................................................ 30-20, 30-21, 30-23 * at Oregon State............................................. 30-27, 30-18, 30-17 * at #19 UCLA.................................................... 30-24, 30-21, 30-23 * #16 Arizona..................................................... 30-17, 30-22, 30-26 * Arizona State.................................................. 30-24, 30-15, 30-15 at #6 UC Santa Barbara.................................. 30-28, 30-20, 30-26 ! #25 San Diego................................................. 30-27, 30-15, 30-24 ! Texas A&M........................................................ 30-18, 30-21, 30-23 % Michigan State............................................. 30-17, 30-23, 30-15 % #9 Pepperdine.............................................. 30-24, 30-20, 30-17

F19 W = #4 Florida....................................... 24-30, 30-25, 30-26, 30-24 F21 W = #2 Stanford................................... 30-27, 23-30, 30-24, 30-26 * - Pac-10 Conference match ^ - Radisson Hotel Roberts/Nike Classic (1st) - Muncie Ind. + - BYU Mizuno Classic (1st) - Provo, Utah ! - NCAA First & Second Round - Los Angeles % - NCAA West Regional - Santa Barbara, Calif. = - NCAA Final Four - New Orleans, La.

2003 Head Coach: Mick Haley 35-0 overall, 18-0 Pac-10 (1st) NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS A22 A23 A29 A30

W ^ #3 Florida.....................................................31-29, 30-17, 30-25 W ^ at #2 Hawai’i...............................................30-22, 30-26, 31-29 W + Ball State......................................................30-15, 30-15, 30-18 W + South Carolina...........................................30-18, 30-20, 30-21 W + #8 Northern Iowa.....................................30-21, 30-16, 30-25 S3 W #8 Pepperdine...............................................30-26, 30-18, 30-19 S12 W # Centenary...................................................... 30-6, 30-13, 30-14 S13 W # SW Missouri St............................................30-24, 30-23, 30-16 W # at Texas A&M..............................................30-27, 30-15, 30-22 S19 W * at #9 UCLA..................................... 30-21, 22-30, 30-19, 30-22 S26 W * Oregon State...............................................30-19, 30-25, 30-13 S27 W * Oregon..........................................................30-14, 30-20, 30-16 O3 W * at Washington State.................................30-15, 30-16, 30-12 O4 W * at #13 Washington....................................30-24, 30-27, 30-19 O10 W * Arizona State...............................................30-12, 30-20, 30-22 O11 W * Arizona..........................................................30-15, 30-21, 30-17 O17 W * at #7 Stanford.............................................30-17, 30-21, 30-23 O18 W * at #5 California................30-22, 30-18, 27-30, 24-30, 15-13 O24 W * at Oregon.....................................................30-28, 30-22, 30-16 O25 W * at Oregon State..........................................30-24, 30-18, 30-15 O31 W * #10 Washington.........................................30-18, 30-24, 30-28 N1 W * Washington State......................................30-16, 30-18, 30-21 N7 W * at Arizona....................................... 30-25, 27-30, 30-26, 30-17 N8 W * at Arizona State..........................................30-21, 30-21, 30-17 N14 W * #7 Stanford.................................... 27-30, 30-13, 30-18, 30-18 N15 W * #9 California................................................30-25, 30-20, 30-22 N21 W * #8 UCLA........................................................30-20, 30-24, 30-22 N25 W at Cal State Northridge................ 34-32, 30-32, 30-17, 30-22 N29 W Houston...........................................................30-22, 30-14, 30-21 D5 W ! New Hampshire..........................................30-17, 30-18, 30-17 D6 W ! #15 Loyola Marymount.............................30-16,30-22, 30-16 D12 W % #16 Texas A&M..........................................30-26, 30-25, 30-27 D13 W % #8 UCLA........................................ 24-30, 30-26, 30-17, 30-17 D18 W = #13 Minnesota...........................................30-27, 30-28, 30-20 D20 W = #3 Florida....................................... 25-30, 30-27, 30-19, 30-26 ^ - NACWAA State Farm Vball Classic (1st) - Honolulu, Hawai’i + - Holiday Inns of the Greater L.A. Area Vball Tourn. (1st) - Los Angeles # - McDonald’s/Texas A&M Inv. (1st) - College Station, Texas ! - NCAA First and Second Rounds - Los Angeles, Calif. % - NCAA Central Regional - Lincoln, Neb. = - NCAA Final Four - Dallas, Texas


Yearly Results

2004 Head Coach: Mick Haley 23-6 overall, 14-4 Pac-10 (3rd) A27 A28 S4 S5 S10 S11 S24 S25 O1 O2

W ^ #12 Georgia Tech......................................30-20, 30-24, 30-18 W ^ #5 Minnesota..................25-30, 32-30, 26-30, 30-28, 15-12 W Georgia.............................................. 30-25, 30-14, 23-30, 30-19 W at #9 Pepperdine............................ 30-20, 28-30, 30-17, 30-26 W + American....................................................... 30-6, 30-26, 30-27 L + at #16 Illinois..................... 24-30, 30-24, 30-12, 27-30, 8-15 W * Washington State......................................30-16, 30-23, 30-25 L * #3 Washington................30-22, 25-30, 30-20, 26-30, 16-18 W * at Arizona State..........................................30-21, 30-28, 30-21 W * at #17 Arizona.............................................30-20, 30-20, 30-23 W * #14 Stanford.................................. 30-16, 30-20, 27-30, 30-26 O8 L * #17 California..............................................26-30, 27-30, 26-30 O9 O15 W * #11 UCLA......................................................30-25, 30-26, 30-22 O21 W * at Oregon State..........................................30-17, 30-24, 30-24 O22 W * at Oregon.....................................................30-19, 30-12, 30-27 O29 W * #24 Arizona ................................... 30-20, 30-27, 30-32, 30-17 O30 W * Arizona State...............................................30-16, 30-15, 30-20 W * at #11 California........................... 30-24, 31-33, 30-25, 30-24 N4 L * at #12 Stanford...........................................18-30, 24-30, 27-30 N5 N12 W * at #16 UCLA......................31-29, 30-28, 23-30, 21-30, 18-16 N19 W * Oregon..........................................................30-23, 30-23, 30-18 N20 W * Oregon State...............................................30-28, 30-25, 30-16 N26 W * at #3 Washington...........30-28, 30-24, 25-30, 22-30, 17-15 * at Washington State......32-34, 25-30, 30-18, 30-22, 15-17 N27 L W ! College of Charleston...............................30-22, 30-24, 30-23 D2 W ! #23 Kansas State.........................................30-19, 30-25, 30-19 D3 D10 W % #11 San Diego............................. 30-26, 30-20, 25-30, 30-20 D11 W % #1 Nebraska....................33-35, 30-27, 30-21, 34-36, 15-12 = #4 Minnesota............................... 25-30, 31-29, 26-30, 20-30 D16 L * - Pac-10 Conference match ^ - NACWAA Vball Classic (1st) - Fort Collins, Colo. + - State Farm Illini Vball Classic (2nd) - Champaign, Ill. ! - NCAA First and Second Rounds - Los Angeles % - NCAA Regional - Louisville, Ky. = - NCAA Final Four - Long Beach, Calif.

2005 Head Coach: Mick Haley 17-11 overall, 12-6 Pac-10 (3rd) A27 A31 S1 S2 S9 S10 S11 S16 S23 S24 S30

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Cal Poly.............................................................30-27, 30-26, 30-25 ^ #5 Penn State............................... 23-30, 27-30, 30-28, 28-30 ^ at #4 Hawai'i...............................................23-30, 27-30, 31-33 ^ Western Michigan....................................30-20, 30-26, 30-15 % #19 Notre Dame......................... 30-23, 30-32, 26-30, 27-30 % #6 Florida.........................30-23, 19-30, 27-30, 30-21, 12-15 % #13 Texas A&M............................ 30-26, 30-23, 28-30, 30-25 Pepperdine.....................................................30-24, 30-25, 30-26 * at Stanford...................................................29-31, 27-30, 21-30 * at California......................30-28, 31-33, 19-30, 30-25, 12-15 * at #17 UCLA................................... 25-30, 30-15, 30-20, 30-26

O7 W * Oregon State...............................................30-28, 30-19, 30-14 O8 W * Oregon..........................................................30-20, 30-19, 30-23 O13 W * at Washington State.................................30-14, 30-18, 30-14 O14 L * at #2 Washington......................................23-30, 16-30, 19-30 O21 W * Arizona State...............................................30-28, 30-22, 31-29 O22 W * #8 Arizona ..................................... 30-28, 27-30, 30-28, 30-23 O28 W * #22 UCLA........................................ 37-35, 26-30, 30-22, 32-30 N3 W * at Oregon....................................... 30-20, 28-30, 30-15, 30-24 N4 W * at Oregon State............................ 30-16, 28-30, 30-23, 30-18 N11 L * #2 Washington...........................................21-30, 23-30, 19-30 N12 W * Washington State......................................30-22, 30-28, 30-25 N18 L * at #6 Arizona....................26-30, 30-23, 32-34, 30-18, 13-15 N19 W * at Arizona State............................ 30-22, 31-33, 30-26, 30-17 N25 W * #12 California..............................................30-23, 30-18, 30-26 N26 L * #5 Stanford.......................27-30, 30-21, 21-30, 30-27, 13-15 D2 W $ UC Santa Barbara........................ 27-30, 30-22, 30-24, 30-22 D3 L $ Pepperdine..................................................28-30, 28-30, 23-30 * - Pac-10 Conference match ^ - Hawaiian Airlines Wahine VB Tournament - Honolulu, Hawaii % - UTSA Dome Rally - San Antonio, Texas $ - NCAA First and Second Rounds - Los Angeles, Calif.

2006 Head Coach: Mick Haley 27-5 overall, 14-4 Pac-10 (2nd) A25 A25 A26 S2 S2 S3 S8 S8 S9 S14 S15 S21 S22 S28 S29 O6 O7 O12

W ^ North Texas.................................................30-18, 30-17, 30-18 W ^ UT-Pan American......................................30-24, 30-19, 30-14 W ^ at North Texas............................................30-18, 30-14, 30-14 W % Fresno State...............................................30-20, 30-10, 30-20 W % #24 Utah....................................... 30-25, 30-21, 30-32, 30-24 W % #11 Tennessee............................ 30-11, 30-21, 28-30, 30-22 W + Florida State...............................................30-22, 30-22, 30-26 W + at South Carolina......................................30-22, 30-21, 30-23 W + St. John's......................................................30-22, 30-17, 30-20 W at #20 Pepperdine.............30-20, 30-24, 24-30, 23-30, 15-12 W #14 Purdue (LC)............................... 30-25, 27-30, 30-15, 30-26 W *at Oregon State...........................................30-17, 30-22, 30-21 W * at Oregon..........................24-30, 30-20, 25-30, 30-27, 15-10 W * Washington State (LC)............... 30-14, 24-30, 30-24, 30-27 W * #4 Washington (LC).................... 28-30, 30-27, 30-21, 30-28 W * at Arizona State...............25-30, 30-22, 30-25, 25-30, 15-13 W * at Arizona.....................................................30-19, 30-27, 33-31 L * #6 Stanford (GC)........................................20-30, 26-30, 28-30 O13 W * #7 California (GC)......................... 20-30, 30-22, 30-26, 32-30 O20 L * #4 UCLA (LC).................................. 30-25, 20-30, 24-30, 22-30 O26 L * at #6 Washington........................ 18-30, 25-30, 30-27, 21-30 O27 W * at Washington State.................................30-24, 30-18, 30-15 N3 W * Arizona (GC).................................. 30-19, 28-30, 30-21, 30-26 N4 W * Arizona State (GC).....................................30-25, 30-24, 30-19 N10 W * at #2 Stanford.............................................30-18, 30-24, 33-31 N11 W * at California.................................................30-23, 30-28, 30-25 N17 L * at #6 UCLA...................................................25-30, 22-30, 20-30 N23 W * Oregon (GC).................................. 30-20, 26-30, 30-21, 30-27 N24 W * Oregon State (GC).....................................30-25, 30-15, 30-14 N30 W $ Mississippi (GC)..........................................30-17, 30-24, 30-23 D1 W $ #22 BYU (GC)..............................................30-25, 39-37, 30-19 D8 L & #12 Hawai'i......................... 30-28, 21-30, 30-21, 27-30, 5-15 * - Pac-10 Conference match LC - Lyon Center GC - Galen Center ^ - Century Tel Premier Tournament - San Marcos, Texas % - USC/LMU Classic - Lyon Center + - Gamecock Invitational - Columbia, S.C. $ - NCAA First and Second Rounds - Galen Center & - NCAA Regional - Honolulu, Hawaii

2007

Head Coach: Mick Haley 29-5 overall, 14-4 Pac-10 (3rd) A24 W ^ Michigan State..........................................30-24, 30-23, 30-25 A25 W ^ St. John's........................................ 30-28, 30-25, 22-30, 30-22 A25 W ^ Loyola Marymount..................................30-21, 32-30, 30-18 A30 W % Cal State Northridge...............................30-18, 30-22, 31-29 A31 W % #14 Duke..........................26-30, 30-26, 30-20, 24-30, 19-17 S1 W % Mercer.........................................................30-19, 30-14, 30-26 S5 W Pepperdine.....................................................30-22, 30-23, 30-28 S7 W at Utah................................................ 30-14, 30-28, 22-30, 30-19 S14 W at #20 Ohio State...............27-30, 30-20, 28-30, 30-26, 16-14 S15 W vs. Purdue........................................................30-17, 30-19, 30-18 S20 W * Arizona State...............................................30-14, 30-21, 30-25 S21 W * Arizona...............................24-30, 30-27, 30-32, 30-22, 15-10 S27 L * at #2 Stanford.............................................21-30, 27-30, 21-30 S28 W * at #10 California........................... 17-30, 30-25, 30-19, 30-27 O2 W UC Irvine................................. 27-30, 28-30, 30-26, 30-26, 15-5 O5 L * at #5 UCLA..................................... 26-30, 30-25, 25-30, 22-30 O11 W * Oregon State...............................................30-18, 30-23, 30-22 O12 W * #19 Oregon..................................................30-25, 30-20, 30-26 O18 W * at Washington State................... 30-25, 20-30, 30-24, 30-18 O19 L * at #5 Washington......................................26-30, 28-30, 19-30 O26 W * #9 California.....................30-21, 37-39, 30-26, 33-35, 15-10 O27 W * #3 Stanford.................................... 20-30, 30-25, 30-24, 30-28 N2 W * #9 UCLA.......................................... 24-30, 30-27, 30-26, 30-24 N8 L * at #20 Oregon............................... 21-30, 26-30, 30-28, 28-30 N9 W * at Oregon State..........................................30-27, 30-18, 30-19 N16 W * #5 Washington................25-30, 29-31, 32-30, 30-27, 18-16 N17 W * Washington State......................................30-19, 30-19, 30-22 N23 W * at Arizona.....................................................30-25, 30-24, 30-18 N24 W * at Arizona State..........................................30-26, 30-23, 30-18 N30 W $ Pepperdine..................................................30-22, 30-23, 31-29 D1 W $ #25 Long Beach State...28-30, 30-24, 30-25, 21-30, 15-11 D7 W & #13 St. John's..................30-27, 30-22, 26-30, 24-30, 15-10 D8 W & #3 Texas........................................................30-25, 30-22, 30-26 D13 L # #1 Stanford.......................30-23, 20-30, 25-30, 30-20, 14-16 * - Pac-10 Conference match ^ - Trojan Invitational - Galen Center % - USC Classic Tournament - Galen Center $ - NCAA First and Second Rounds - Galen Center & - NCAA Regional - Gainesville, Fla. # - NCAA Final Four - Sacramento, Calif.

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2008

Head Coach: Mick Haley 17-12 overall, 9-9 Pac-10 (T-5th) A29 A31 S4 S5 S6 S12 S18 S19 S19 S26 O3 O4 O10 O11 O17 O19 O24 O25 O31 N1 N7 N9 N14 N15 N21 N22 N28 D5

L ^ #3 Texas........................................................25-27, 15-25, 28-30 L ^ #7 Nebraska.................................. 27-25, 19-25, 17-25, 18-25 W % Oklahoma..................................... 25-27, 25-20, 25-16, 25-22 W % Hofstra.........................................................25-17, 25-22, 25-17 W % #21 San Diego...........................................26-24, 25-17, 25-17 W Ohio State.......................................................25-16, 25-13, 27-25 W $ Hartford........................................................25-10, 25-11, 25-18 W $ Dartmouth..................................................25-18, 25-16, 25-12 W $ at Army.........................................................25-18, 25-16, 25-14 W * #4 UCLA............................... 24-26, 25-14, 20-25, 25-14, 15-5 L * at Oregon State................. 25-19, 23-25, 21-25, 25-16, 8-15 L * at #11 Oregon.............................................17-25, 18-25, 16-25 W * Washington State......................................25-20, 25-22, 25-19 L * #10 Washington................ 25-22, 21-25, 23-25, 25-23, 9-15 W * at Arizona State ........................... 25-13, 18-25, 25-23, 25-22 L * at Arizona..........................25-21, 21-25, 25-20, 16-25, 14-16 L * #5 Stanford.................................... 14-25, 25-22, 23-25, 21-25 W * #4 California.....................25-22, 16-25, 17-25, 25-19, 15-13 W * #7 Oregon.........................25-21, 15-25, 12-25, 25-21, 23-21 W * Oregon State....................23-25, 25-20, 20-25, 25-19, 16-14 L * at #7 Washington......................................16-25, 24-26, 19-25 W * at Washington State.................................25-19, 25-22, 25-21 W * Arizona..........................................................25-17, 25-19, 25-16 W * Arizona State...............................................25-17, 25-18, 25-21 L * at #2 Stanford............................... 10-25, 25-22, 21-25, 18-25 L * at #7 California................................25-18, 28-30, 17-25, 6-25 L * at #10 UCLA.................................................22-25, 16-25, 24-26 W & #15 San Diego............................. 21-25, 25-12, 25-19, 26-24 D6 L & #6 Hawai'i....................................................21-25, 18-25, 22-25 * - Pac-10 Conference match ^ - Runza/AVCA Showcase - Omaha, Nebraska % - Holiday Inn LA City Center Trojan Invitational - Galen Center $ - West Point Challenge - West Point, New York & - NCAA First and Second Rounds - Galen Center

2009

Head Coach: Mick Haley 22-10 overall, 10-8 Pac-10 (5th) A28 A29 A29 S3 S4 S5 S8 S11 S11 S12 S18 S19 S25 S26

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^ at Michigan State............ 25-23, 25-27, 18-25, 25-22, 9-15 ^ North Carolina...........................................25-11, 25-22, 25-16 ^ Albany..........................................................25-16, 25-14, 25-21 % Florida Gulf Coast....................................25-22, 25-19, 25-15 % #21 Pepperdine........................................25-15, 25-18, 25-18 % Northern Arizona.....................................25-20, 25-20, 25-15 #20 UC Irvine..................................................25-16, 25-19, 25-20 vs. Idaho State...............................................25-19, 25-23, 25-19 at Utah Valley................................... 25-22, 26-24, 19-25, 25-19 at Utah Valley.................................................25-16, 25-20, 25-15 Portland...........................................................25-22, 25-15, 25-13 Fresno State....................................................25-12, 25-20, 25-13 * at #19 Arizona............................... 21-25, 23-25, 25-22, 21-25 * Arizona State................................. 25-22, 21-25, 25-21, 25-22

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2010 Head Coach: Mick Haley 29-5 overall, 14-4 Pac-10 (3rd) A27 A28 A28 S3 S4 S5 S10 S17 S18 S18 S21 S24 O1 O2 O8 O9 O15 O16 O22 O23 O29 O30 N5 N7 N12 N13 N19 N20 N26 D3 D4 D10 D11 D16

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^ Loyola Marymount..................................25-12, 25-18, 25-19 ^ Bucknell......................................................... 25-7, 25-18, 25-13 ^ Cal State Fullerton...................... 22-25, 26-24, 25-18, 25-19 + vs. New Mexico..........................................25-19, 25-19, 25-20 + vs. Michigan State....................................25-17, 25-23, 25-15 + at #4 Hawai'i ..................... 23-25, 25-22, 25-17, 18-25, 15-7 Virginia.............................................................25-15, 25-16, 25-16 & at Fresno State...........................................25-14, 25-16, 25-21 & vs. Cal State Bakersfield..........................25-10, 25-20, 25-21 & vs. Sacramento State...............................25-13, 25-16, 25-22 at UC Irvine......................................................25-16,25-18, 25-11 * #11 UCLA........................................ 25-19, 19-25, 25-16, 25-19 * at #10 Washington........... 22-25, 22-25, 25-15, 25-18, 5-15 * at Washington State.................................25-15, 25-17, 25-19 * #1 Stanford.................................... 25-18, 23-25, 20-25, 15-25 * #7 California.....................25-19, 25-23, 23-25, 23-25, 17-15 * at Arizona State............................ 27-29, 23-25, 25-14, 23-25 * at #25 Arizona..................19-25, 25-17, 25-18, 21-25, 18-16 * #16 Oregon.......................25-21, 25-20, 24-26, 23-25, 15-10 * Oregon State...............................................26-24, 25-20, 25-16 * Washington State......................................25-14, 25-16, 25-16 * #7 Washington................15-25, 25-17, 25-19, 23-25, 15-13 * at #2 California............................. 25-21, 20-25, 25-20, 25-18 * at #3 Stanford.............................................19-25, 21-25, 19-25 * #20 Arizona.................................................... 25-14, 25-9, 25-21 * Arizona State................................. 25-14, 25-12, 23-25, 25-17 * at Oregon State..........................................25-22, 25-19, 25-17 * at #23 Oregon.................... 25-19, 25-23, 21-25, 27-29, 15-9 * at #9 UCLA........................20-25, 25-21, 25-20, 20-25, 15-13 $ New Mexico.................................................. 25-19, 25-8, 25-18 $ San Diego...................................... 25-15, 25-20, 22-25, 31-29 @ vs. Indiana...................................................25-18, 25-21, 25-20 @ vs. #3 Stanford...............20-25, 25-17, 22-25, 26-24, 16-14 ! vs. #4 California...........................................14-25, 17-25, 20-25

* - Pac-10 Conference match ^ - Luxe City Center Trojan Invitational - Galen Center + - Hawaiian Airlines Wahine Volleyball Classic - Honolulu, Hawaii & - Fresno State Invitational - Fresno, California $ - NCAA First and Second Rounds - Galen Center @ - NCAA Regional - Dayton, Ohio ! - NCAA Final Four - Kansas City, Missouri

2011 Head Coach: Mick Haley 29-5 overall, 20-2 Pac-12 (1st) A26 W ^ vs. #12 Minnesota............ 23-25, 24-26, 25-13, 25-21, 15-7 A27 L ^ at #1 Penn State............... 25-21, 25-21, 20-25, 22-25, 8-15 S2 L + vs. UCF..........................................................16-25, 20-25, 22-25 S2 W + at Florida Gulf Coast.................................. 25-11, 25-13, 25-6 S3 W + vs. Furman...................................................25-18, 25-22, 25-21 S4 W vs. Clemson (Orlando, Fla.)........................25-17, 25-18, 25-13 S6 W at Cal State Northridge..............................25-16, 25-20, 25-21 S9 L * #8 UCLA........................................................19-25, 17-25, 17-25 S16 W * at #4 Washington......................................25-20, 28-26, 25-20 S17 W * at Washington State.................................25-17, 25-15, 25-11 S23 W * #1 California................................................25-23, 25-20, 25-22 S24 W * #2 Stanford..................................................25-23, 26-24, 25-23 S30 W * at Colorado..................................................25-21, 25-21, 25-18 O2 W * at Utah...........................................................25-13, 25-14, 25-19 O7 W * at Arizona.....................................................27-25, 25-21, 25-19 O8 W * at Arizona State............................ 22-25, 25-17, 25-20, 29-27 O14 W * #16 Oregon.................................... 25-15, 25-27, 25-23, 25-21 O15 W * Oregon State...............................................25-12, 25-14, 25-15 O21 W * Utah................................................................25-15, 25-21, 25-14 O22 W * Colorado.......................................................25-18, 25-14, 25-17 O28 L * at #5 Stanford.............................................18-25, 14-25, 23-25 O29 W * at #2 California...........................................25-15, 25-17, 25-22 N4 W * Washington State........................................ 25-21, 25-8, 25-16 N5 W * #10 Washington.........................................25-15, 25-16, 25-21 N11 W * at Oregon State..........................................25-21, 25-18, 25-16 N12 W * at #20 Oregon.............................................25-21, 25-17, 25-23 N18 W * Arizona State................................. 25-17, 19-25, 25-20, 25-12 N19 W * Arizona..........................................................25-14, 25-18, 25-21 N25 W * at #4 UCLA..................................... 24-26, 26-24, 25-21, 25-20 D2 W $ Yale.................................................................25-13, 25-13, 25-18 D3 W $ Tulsa...............................................................25-10, 25-20, 25-19 D9 W @ at #3 Hawai'i...................19-25, 29-27, 19-25, 25-23, 15-12 D10 W @ vs. #18 Pepperdine.......25-16, 26-28, 19-25, 25-19, 15-10 D15 L ! vs. #7 Illinois......................27-25, 18-25, 22-25, 25-18, 10-15 * - Pac-12 Conference match ^ - AVCA Showcase - University Park, Pennsylvania + - FGCU Homewood Suites Invitational - Fort Myers, Florida $ - NCAA First and Second Rounds - Galen Center @ - NCAA Regional - Honolulu, Hawaii ! - NCAA Final Four - San Antonio, Texas


Postseason Results

1976 1976

Davis, Calif. WAIAW Regional

Austin, Texas AIAW Pool 1

AIAW Quarterfinal AIAW Semifinal AIAW Championship

1980 1980 USC defeated UC Santa Barbara...................2-0 USC defeated Cal State Northridge.............2-0 USC defeated Pepperdine...............................2-0 UCLA defeated USC...........................................2-0 USC defeated UCLA...........................................3-0 USC defeated UCLA........................ 1-0 (playoff ) USC defeated Texas...........................................2-0 USC defeated Maryland...................................2-0 USC defeated Michigan State .......................2-0 USC defeated Eastern Kentucky...................2-0 USC defeated Arizona.......................................2-0 USC defeated Michigan State .......................2-0 USC defeated Pepperdine...............................2-0 USC defeated UCLA...........................................2-1

1977 1977

Long Beach, Calif. WAIAW Regional

Provo, Utah AIAW Pool 1

AIAW Quarterfinal AIAW Semifinal AIAW Championship 1978

Davis, Calif. WAIAW Regional

Tuscaloosa, Ala. AIAW Pool 4

AIAW Quarterfinal AIAW Consolation Semi AIAW Fifth Place

USC defeated UC Davis....................................2-0 USC defeated UC Santa Barbara...................3-0 USC defeated UCLA...........................................3-0 USC defeated UCLA...........................................3-1 USC defeated Houston.....................................2-0. USC defeated Illinois State..............................2-0 USC defeated Mississippi................................2-0 USC defeated Kansas State.............................2-0 USC defeated Arizona.......................................2-0 USC defeated Illinois State..............................3-0 USC defeated BYU..............................................3-0 USC defeated Hawai‘i.......................................3-1

USC defeated UC Santa Barbara...................2-1 USC defeated Long Beach State...................3-2 USC defeated San Diego State......................3-1 UCLA defeated USC...........................................3-1 UCLA defeated USC........................ 1-0 (playoff ) USC defeated Mississippi................................2-1 USC defeated Purdue.......................................2-1 USC defeated BYU..............................................2-0 USC defeated Northern Kentucky................2-0 USC defeated Portland State.........................2-0 Hawai‘i defeated USC.......................................3-1 USC defeated BYU..............................................3-0 San Diego State defeated USC......................3-1

San Diego, Calif. WAIAW Regional

Pepperdine defeated USC...............................3-1 Long Beach State defeated USC...................2-0 USC defeated UC Santa Barbara...................2-0

USC defeated Stanford.....................................3-1 USC defeated UCLA...........................................3-1 USC defeated Pacific.........................................3-1 USC defeated Pacific.........................................3-2

Santa Barbara, Calif. AIAW Pool I

AIAW Quarterfinal AIAW Semifinal AIAW Championship

USC defeated Colorado State........................2-0 USC defeated Penn State................................2-0 USC defeated Houston.....................................2-0 USC defeated San Diego State......................2-0 USC defeated Cal Poly SLO.............................3-0 USC defeated Hawai‘i.......................................3-1 USC defeated Pacific.........................................3-0

1981 1981

Seattle, Wash. NCAA Regional Semifinal USC defeated Arizona.......................................3-0 NCAA Regional Final USC defeated Hawai‘i.......................................3-1 Los Angeles, Calif. - Pauley Pavilion (UCLA) NCAA Semifinal USC defeated Pacific.........................................3-2 NCAA Championship USC defeated UCLA...........................................3-2

1982

West Lafayette, Ind. NCAA Regional Semifinal NCAA Regional Final Stockton, Calif. NCAA Semifinal NCAA Championship

1983

Tucson, Ariz. NCAA First Round

USC defeated Tennessee.................................3-0 USC defeated Purdue.......................................3-0 USC defeated San Diego State......................3-0 Hawai‘i defeated USC.......................................3-2

Arizona defeated USC.......................................3-2

1984

Los Angeles - Pauley Pavilion (UCLA) NCAA First Round USC defeated Pepperdine...............................3-2 San Diego, Calif. NCAA Regional Semifinal USC defeated San Diego State......................3-0 NCAA Regional Finals Stanford defeated USC.....................................3-2

1985

Lincoln, Neb. NCAA Regional Semifinal NCAA Regional Final Kalamazoo, Mich. NCAA Semifinal NCAA Third Place

Stanford defeated USC.....................................3-1 USC defeated UCLA...........................................3-2

Fort Collins, Colo. NCAA First Round (West)

Colorado State defeated USC........................3-2

Palo Alto, Calif. NCAA First Round (West)

Stanford defeated USC.....................................3-0

Palo Alto, Calif. NCAA First Round (West)

Stanford defeated USC.....................................3-1

1987

1988 1979

Stockton, Calif. WAIAW Regional

1989

USC defeated Illinois.........................................3-0 USC defeated Nebraska...................................3-2

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1992

Provo, Utah NCAA First Round (West) Palo Alto, Calif. NCAA Regional Semifinal

Los Angeles, Calif. - North Gym NCAA First Round (West) USC defeated Cal State Northridge.............3-0 Los Angeles, Calif. - Pauley Pavilion (UCLA) NCAA Regional Semifinal BYU defeated USC..............................................3-1 Los Angeles, Calif. - North Gym NCAA First Round (West) USC defeated Radford......................................3-0 Palo Alto, Calif. NCAA Second Round Stanford defeated USC.....................................3-1

1994

NCAA First Round (West) .................................................................................Bye. Los Angeles, Calif. - Lyon Center NCAA Second Round USC defeated New Mexico.............................3-0 NCAA Regional Semifinal USC defeated Arizona.......................................3-0 Palo Alto, Calif. NCAA Regional Final Stanford defeated USC.....................................3-0

1995

Los Angeles, Calif. - Lyon Center NCAA First Round (Pacific) USC defeated North Texas..............................3-0 Stockton, Calif. NCAA Second Round USC defeated Pacific.........................................3-0 Palo Alto, Calif. NCAA Regional Semifinals Stanford defeated USC.....................................3-0

1996

Los Angeles, Calif. - Lyon Center NCAA First Round (Pacific) USC defeated Southeast Missouri St...........3-0 Tampa, Fla. NCAA Second Round USC defeated South Florida...........................3-0 Palo Alto, Calif. NCAA Regional Semifinal Stanford defeated USC.....................................3-0 Los Angeles, Calif. - Lyon Center NCAA First Round (Pacific) USC defeated Morgan State...........................3-0 NCAA Second Round USC defeated San Diego.................................3-0 Long Beach, Calif. NCAA Regional Semifinal Nebraska defeated USC...................................3-2

After being seeded No. 29 at the FIVB Tour event in Norway on June 30, 2007, the tandem of April Ross (left) and Jennifer Kessy (right) became the lowest-seeded team to win an event since the tour's inception in 1992 (photo courtesy FIVB)

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Los Angeles, Calif. - Lyon Center NCAA First Round (East) USC defeated MD-Baltimore County..........3-0 NCAA Second Round USC defeated Texas A&M................................3-1 Gainesville, Fla. NCAA Regional Semifinal Florida defeated USC........................................3-1

1999

Los Angeles, Calif. - Lyon Center NCAA First Round (Central) USC defeated Hofstra.......................................3-0 NCAA Second Round Minnesota defeated USC.................................3-2

2000

Los Angeles, Calif. - Lyon Center NCAA First Round (Pacific) USC defeated Georgia State...........................3-0 NCAA Second Round USC defeated Cal Poly......................................3-0 Los Angeles, Calif. - Sports Arena NCAA Regional Semifinal USC defeated Florida........................................3-0 NCAA Regional Final USC defeated Penn State................................3-0 Richmond, Va. NCAA Semifinal Wisconsin defeated USC..................................3-0

2001

Durham, N.C. NCAA First Round (Pacific) USC defeated Liberty........................................3-0 NCAA Second Round USC defeated Duke...........................................3-0 Los Angeles, Calif. - Sports Arena NCAA Regional Semifinal USC defeated Ohio State.................................3-0 NCAA Regional Final Arizona defeated USC.......................................3-2

Stanford defeated USC.....................................3-2

1993

1997

1998 USC defeated BYU..............................................3-1

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Los Angeles, Calif. NCAA First Round (Pacific) NCAA Second Round Santa Barbara, Calif. NCAA Regional Semifinal NCAA Regional Final New Orleans, La. NCAA Semifinal NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP

USC defeated San Diego.................................3-0 USC defeated Texas A&M................................3-0 USC defeated Michigan State........................3-0 USC defeated Pepperdine...............................3-0 USC defeated Florida........................................3-1 USC defeated Stanford.....................................3-1


Postseason Results

2003 2003

Los Angeles, Calif. - Lyon Center NCAA First Round (Pacific) USC defeated New Hampshire......................3-0 NCAA Second Round USC defeated Loyola Marymount................3-0 Lincoln, Neb. NCAA Regional Semifinal USC defeated Texas A&M................................3-0 NCAA Regional Final USC defeated UCLA...........................................3-1 Dallas, Texas NCAA Semifinal USC defeated Minnesota.................................3-0 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP USC defeated Florida........................................3-1

2004

Los Angeles, Calif. - Lyon Center NCAA First Round USC defeated College of Charleston...........3-0 NCAA Second Round USC defeated Kansas State.............................3-0 Louisville, Ky. NCAA Regional Semifinal USC defeated San Diego ................................3-1 NCAA Regional Final USC defeated Nebraska...................................3-2 Long Beach, Calif. NCAA Semifinal Minnesota defeated USC.................................3-1

2005

Los Angeles, Calif. - Lyon Center NCAA First Round USC defeated UC Santa Barbara...................3-1 NCAA Second Round Pepperdine defeated USC...............................3-0

2006

Los Angeles, Calif. - Galen Center NCAA First Round USC defeated Mississippi................................3-0 NCAA Second Round USC defeated BYU..............................................3-0 Honolulu, Hawaii NCAA Regional Semifinal Hawai'i defeated USC.......................................3-2

2007

Los Angeles, Calif. - Galen Center NCAA First Round USC defeated Pepperdine...............................3-0 NCAA Second Round USC defeated Long Beach State...................3-2 Gainesville, Fla. NCAA Regional Semifinal USC defeated St. John's...................................3-2 NCAA Regional Final USC defeated Texas...........................................3-0 Sacramento, Calif. NCAA Semifinal Stanford defeated USC.....................................3-2

2008

Los Angeles, Calif. - Galen Center NCAA First Round USC defeated San Diego.................................3-1 NCAA Second Round Hawai'i defeated USC.......................................3-0

2009

Los Angeles, Calif. - Galen Center NCAA First Round USC defeated Oklahoma.................................3-0 NCAA Second Round Hawai'i defeated USC.......................................3-1

2010

Los Angeles, Calif. - Galen Center NCAA First Round USC defeated New Mexico.............................3-0 NCAA Second Round USC defeated San Diego.................................3-1 Dayton, Ohio NCAA Regional Semifinal USC defeated Indiana.......................................3-0 NCAA Regional Final USC defeated Stanford.....................................3-2 Kansas City, Mo. NCAA Semifinal California defeated USC...................................3-0

2011

Los Angeles, Calif. - Galen Center NCAA First Round USC defeated Yale..............................................3-0 USC defeated Tulsa............................................3-1 NCAA Second Round Honolulu, Hawaii NCAA Regional Semifinal USC defeated Hawai'i.......................................3-2. NCAA Regional Final USC defeated Pepperdine...............................3-2 San Antonio, Texas NCAA Semifinal Illinois defeated USC.........................................3-2

The Women of Troy celebrate after a five-set win over No. 3 Stanford at the 2010 NCAA Dayton Regional, sending the team to the NCAA Final Four in Kansas City, Missouri

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Postseason Results By Opponents Arizona (4-2) 1976 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 1977 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 1981 NCAA Regional Semifinal............................. W, 3-0 1983 NCAA First Round.............................................L, 2-3 1994 NCAA Regional Final (West)........................ W, 3-0 2001 NCAA Regional Final (Pacific).......................L, 2-3

Illinois (1-1) 1985 NCAA Regional Semifinal............................. W, 3-0 2011 NCAA Semifinal.................................................L, 2-3

BYU (5-1) 1977 AIAW Semifinal................................................ W, 3-0 1978 AIAW Pool 4...................................................... W, 2-0 1978 AIAW Consolation Semifinal....................... W, 3-0 1991 NCAA First Round (West)............................. W, 3-1 1992 NCAA Regional Semifinal (West).................L, 1-3 2006 NCAA Second Round.................................... W, 3-0

Indiana (1-0) 2010 NCAA Regional Semifinal............................. W, 3-0

California (0-1) 2010 NCAA Semifinal.................................................L, 0-3 Cal Poly (2-0) 1980 AIAW Quarterfinal.......................................... W, 3-0 2000 NCAA Second Round (Pacific).................... W, 3-0 Cal State Northridge (2-0) 1976 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 2-0 1992 NCAA First Round (West)............................. W, 3-0 College of Charleston (1-0) 2004 NCAA First Round........................................... W, 3-0 Colorado State (1-1) 1980 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 1987 NCAA First Round (West)...............................L, 2-3 Duke (1-0) 2001 NCAA Second Round (Pacific).................... W, 3-0 Eastern Kentucky (1-0) 1976 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 Florida (3-1) 1998 NCAA Regional Semi (East)...........................L, 1-3 2000 NCAA Regional Semi (Pacific)..................... W, 3-0 2002 NCAA Semifinal............................................... W, 3-1 2003 NCAA Final........................................................ W, 3-1 Georgia State (1-0) 2000 NCAA First Round (Pacific)........................... W, 3-0 Hawai‘i (4-5) 1977 AIAW Championship..................................... W, 3-1 1978 AIAW Quarterfinal............................................L, 1-3 1980 AIAW Semifinal................................................ W, 3-1 1981 NCAA Regional Semifinal............................. W, 3-1 1982 NCAA Championship......................................L, 2-3 2006 NCAA Regional Semifinal...............................L, 2-3 2008 NCAA Second Round......................................L, 0-3 2009 NCAA Second Round......................................L, 1-3 2011 NCAA Regional Semifinal............................. W, 3-2 Hofstra (1-0) 1999 NCAA First Round (Central)......................... W, 3-0 Houston (2-0) 1977 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 1980 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0

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Illinois State (2-0) 1977 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 1977 AIAW Quarterfinal.......................................... W, 2-0

Kansas State (2-0) 1977 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 2004 NCAA Second Round.................................... W, 3-0 Liberty (1-0) 2001 NCAA First Round (Pacific)........................... W, 3-0 Long Beach State (2-1) 1978 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 3-2 1979 WAIAW Regional...............................................L, 0-2 2007 NCAA Second Round.................................... W, 3-2 Loyola Marymount (1-0) 2003 NCAA Second Round.................................... W, 3-0 Maryland (1-0) 1976 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 Maryland-Baltimore County (1-0) 1998 NCAA First Round (East)............................... W, 3-0 Michigan State (3-0) 1976 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 1976 AIAW Quarterfinal.......................................... W, 2-0 2002 NCAA Regional Semifinal (Pacific)............ W, 3-0 Minnesota (1-2) 1999 NCAA Second Round (Central)....................L, 2-3 2003 NCAA Semifinal............................................... W, 3-0 2004 NCAA Semifinal, L, 1-3 Mississippi (3-0) 1977 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 1978 AIAW Pool 4...................................................... W, 2-1 2006 NCAA First Round........................................... W, 3-0 Morgan State (1-0) 1997 NCAA First Round (Pacific)........................... W, 3-0 Nebraska (2-1) 1985 NCAA Regional Final...................................... W, 3-2 1997 NCAA Regional Semi (Pacific).......................L, 2-3 2004 NCAA Regional Final...................................... W, 3-2 New Hampshire (1-0) 2003 NCAA First Round........................................... W, 3-0 New Mexico (2-0) 1994 NCAA Second Round (West)....................... W, 3-0 2010 NCAA First Round .......................................... W, 3-0 North Texas (1-0) 1995 NCAA First Round (Pacific)........................... W, 3-0 Northern Kentucky (1-0) 1978 AIAW Pool 4...................................................... W, 2-0

Ohio State (1-0) 2001 NCAA Regional Semi (Pacific)..................... W, 3-0 Oklahoma (1-0) 2009 NCAA First Round........................................... W, 3-0 Pacific (5-0) 1980 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 3-1 1980 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 3-2 1980 AIAW Championship..................................... W, 3-0 1981 NCAA Semifinal............................................... W, 3-2 1995 NCAA Second Round (Pacific).................... W, 3-0 Penn State (2-0) 1980 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 2000 NCAA Regional Final (Pacific)..................... W, 3-0 Pepperdine (6-2) 1976 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 2-0 1976 AIAW Semifinal................................................ W, 2-0 1979 WAIAW Regional...............................................L, 1-3 1984 NCAA First Round........................................... W, 3-2 2002 NCAA Regional Final (Pacific)..................... W, 3-0 2005 NCAA Second Round......................................L, 0-3 2007 NCAA First Round........................................... W, 3-0 2011 NCAA Regional Final...................................... W, 3-2 Portland State (1-0) 1978 AIAW Pool 4...................................................... W, 2-0 Purdue (2-0) 1978 AIAW Pool 4...................................................... W, 2-1 1982 NCAA Regional Final...................................... W, 3-0 Radford (1-0) 1993 NCAA First Round (West)............................. W, 3-0 St. John's (1-0) 2007 NCAA Regional Semifinal............................. W, 3-2 San Diego (5-0) 1997 NCAA Second Round (Pacific).................... W, 3-0 2002 NCAA First Round (Pacific)........................... W, 3-0 2004 NCAA Regional Semifinal............................. W, 3-1 2008 NCAA First Round........................................... W, 3-0 2010 NCAA Second Round.................................... W, 3-1 San Diego State (4-1) 1978 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 3-1 1978 AIAW Fifth Place Match...................................L, 1-3 1980 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 1982 NCAA Semifinal............................................... W, 3-0 1984 NCAA Regional Semifinal............................. W, 3-0 Southeast Missouri State (1-0) 1996 NCAA First Round (Pacific)........................... W, 3-0 South Florida (1-0) 1996 NCAA Second Round (Pacific).................... W, 3-0


Postseason Results By Opponents Stanford (3-10) 1980 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 3-1 1984 NCAA Regional Final........................................L, 2-3 1985 NCAA Semifinal.................................................L, 1-3 1988 NCAA First Round (West)...............................L, 0-3 1989 NCAA First Round (West)...............................L, 1-3 1991 NCAA Regional Semi (West).........................L, 2-3 1993 NCAA Second Round (West).........................L, 1-3 1994 NCAA Regional Final (West)..........................L, 0-3 1995 NCAA Regional Semi (Pacific).......................L, 0-3 1996 NCAA Regional Semi (Pacific).......................L, 0-3 2002 NCAA Championship.................................... W, 3-1 2007 NCAA Semifinal.................................................L, 2-3 2010 NCAA Regional Final...................................... W, 3-2

We Are Back! The 2002 team celebrates the school's first national title in 21 years with a 3-1 win over Pac-10 rival Stanford in New Orleans

Tennessee (1-0) 1982 NCAA Regional Semifinal............................. W, 3-0 Texas (2-0) 1976 AIAW Pool 1...................................................... W, 2-0 2007 NCAA Regional Final...................................... W, 3-0 Texas A&M (3-0) 1998 NCAA Second Round (East)......................... W, 3-1 2002 NCAA Second Round (Pacific).................... W, 3-0 2003 NCAA Regional Semi (Central)................... W, 3-0 Tulsa (1-0) 2011 NCAA Second Round.................................... W, 3-0 UC Davis (1-0) 1977 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 2-0 UCLA (9-3) 1976 WAIAW Regional...............................................L, 0-2 1976 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 3-0 1976 WAIAW Regional Playoff............................... W, 1-0 1976 AIAW Championship..................................... W, 2-1 1977 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 3-0 1977 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 3-1 1978 WAIAW Regional...............................................L, 1-3 1978 WAIAW Regional Playoff.................................L, 0-1 1980 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 3-1 1981 NCAA Championship.................................... W, 3-2 1985 NCAA Third Place Match.............................. W, 3-2 2003 NCAA Regional Final (Central).................... W, 3-1

Left to right: Seniors Kelli Lantz, Katie Olsvosky, April Ross, Toni Anderson and Nicole Davis celebrate after winning the 2003 national championship

UC Santa Barbara (5-0) 1976 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 2-0 1977 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 3-0 1978 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 2-1 1979 WAIAW Regional............................................. W, 2-0 2005 NCAA First Round........................................... W, 3-1 Wisconsin (0-1) 2000 NCAA Semifinal.................................................L, 0-3 Yale (1-0) 2011 NCAA First Round........................................... W, 3-0 Overall Postseason Record: 111-32 (.776) NCAA Postseason Record: 67-25 (.728)

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All-Time Series Records Opponent Albany American Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Army Ball State BYU Bucknell California Cal Poly Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Centenary Cincinnati Clemson Cleveland State College of Charleston Colorado Colorado State Dartmouth Duke Eastern Kentucky Fairfield Florida Florida Gulf Coast Florida State Fresno State Furman Georgia Georgia State Georgia Tech Hartford Hawai’i Hofstra Houston Idaho State Illinois Illinois State Indiana James Madison Kansas State Kentucky Lamar Liberty Long Beach State LSU Loyola Marymount Maryland MD-Baltimore County Memphis Mercer Mexico Michigan State Minnesota Mississippi Montana Morgan State Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Mexico New Mexico State North Carolina North Texas Northern Arizona Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Northern Kentucky 104

W 1 1 56 60 1 1 2 10 1 48 12 1 22 23 1 1 1 1 1 5 6 1 3 1 1 5 2 1 8 1 1 1 1 1 18 2 7 2 2 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 28 2 8 1 1 1 1 2 7 3 3 1 1 5 1 1 5 3 2 2 1 1 1 1

L 0 0 18 11 0 0 0 5 0 11 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. 1.000 1.000 .757 .840 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 .814 .706 1.000 1.000 .958 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .714 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .462 1.000 1.000 1.000 .400 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .737 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .667 .875 .583 1.000 1.000 1.000 .714 1.000 1.000 .833 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

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First/Last 2009 2004/2004 1976/2011 1977/2011 1999 2008 2002/2003 1976/2006 2010 1976/2011 1980/2005 2010 1976/2010 1976/2011 2003 2001 2011 1984 2004/2004 1988/2011 1980/1988 2008 1997/2007 1976 1999 1998/2005 2009/2011 2006 1978/2010 2011 2004/2004 2000 2004/2004 2008 1976/2011 1999/2008 1977/2003 1983/2009 1985/2011 1977/1983 1998/2010 1999 1977/2004 1996 1984 2001 1976/2007 1989/1992 1985/2010 1976 1988 1991 2007 1977/1978 1976/2010 1979/2011 1977/2006 1998 1997 1977/2008 1999 2003 1982/2010 1980/1982 1999/2009 1995/2006 2009 1986 2003 1978

Streak W1 W1 W5 W3 W1 W1 W2 W3 W1 W2 W3 W1 W22 W16 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W5 L1 W1 W3 W1 W1 L1 W2 W1 W8 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W2 W2 W7 W2 L2 W3 W2 W1 W2 W1 W1 W1 W1 W1 W8 W1 W1 W1 W1 L1 W1 W1 W3 W1 W1 L1 W1 W1 W4 W3 W2 W2 W1 W1 W1 W1

Opponent Northwestern Notre Dame Oklahoma Ohio State Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State Pacific Penn State Pepperdine Pittsburgh Portland Portland State Purdue Radford Rhode Island Sacramento State St. John's Sam Houston State San Diego San Diego State San Francisco San Jose State Santa Clara South Carolina South Florida SE Missouri State SW Missouri State Southern Illinois Stanford Temple Tennessee Texas Texas A&M Texas-Arlington Texas-Pan American Texas-San Antonio Texas State Texas Tech Texas Women’s Univ. Tulsa UC Davis UC Irvine UCLA UC Santa Barbara UCF UNLV U.S. International Utah Utah State Utah Valley Villanova Virginia Wake Forest Washington Washington State Western Michigan Western Ontario Wisconsin Wyoming Xavier Yale

W 1 4 3 4 3 47 44 8 2 38 3 1 5 4 1 3 1 3 1 8 27 1 8 2 2 1 1 1 1 22 1 3 5 7 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 11 52 27 0 1 1 9 7 2 1 1 1 37 41 1 0 3 1 1 1

L 0 2 0 1 0 8 8 10 2 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 56 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46 9 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 18 12 0 0 4 2 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Pct. 1.000 .667 1.000 .800 1.000 .855 .846 .444 .500 .826 1.000 1.000 .833 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 1.000 .889 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .285 1.000 1.000 .625 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .531 .750 .000 1.000 1.000 .900 .875 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .673 .774 1.000 .500 .429 .333 1.000 1.000

Overall

881

301

4

.745

(Series Records since 1976)

First/Last 1982 1987/2005 1990/2009 1989/2008 1978/1999 1981/2011 1986/2011 1978/1998 1980/2011 1976/2011 1989/2002 2009 1977/1985 1978/2007 1993 1985/2000 2010 2006/2007 1998 1991/2010 1976/1997 1998 1976/1996 1984/1993 2003/2006 1996 1996 2003 1995 1977/2011 2000 1982/2006 1976/2008 1978/2005 1989/1996 2006 2000 2006 1979/1988 1979 2011 1977 1976/2010 1976/2011 1976/2005 2011 1999 1986 1979/2011 1979/2001 2009 1997 2010 2002 1980/2011 1978/2011 2005 1978 1988/2001 1983/1988 1997 2011

Streak W1 L1 W3 W3 W3 W7 W7 L1 W1 W5 W3 W1 L1 W4 W1 W3 W1 W3 W1 W8 W5 W1 W5 W2 W2 W1 W1 W1 W1 L1 W1 W3 L1 W7 W3 W1 W1 W1 W2 W1 W1 W1 W11 W1 W4 L1 W1 W1 W6 W7 W2 W1 W1 W1 W3 W5 W1 T1 L3 L2 W1 W1


Series Records By Opponents American (1-0, 1.000) 2004

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Albany (1-0, 1.000) 2009

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Arizona (56-18, .757) 1976 1977 1978 1978 1979 1979 1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Neutral........................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 2-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011

Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Arizona State (60-11-1, .840) 1977 1978 1979 1979 1979 1980 1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral........................T............... 1-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Away............................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011

Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1

Arkansas (1-0, 1.000) 1999

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Army (1-0, 1.000) 2008

Away...........................W.............. 3-0

Ball State (2-0, 1.000) 2002 2003

Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Bucknell (1-0, 1.000) 2010

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

BYU (10-5, .667) 1976 1977 1978 1978 1981 1982 1984 1985 1988 1989 1991 1992 1994 2002 2006

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

California (48-11, .814) 1976 1980 1981 1983 1985 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3

1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1984 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011

Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0

Cal Poly (12-5, .706) 1980 1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1986 1995 2000 2005

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 1-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral .......................L............... 0-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Cal State Bakersfield (1-0, 1.000) 2010

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

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Series Records By Opponents Cal State Fullerton (22-0, 1.000) 1976 1976 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1979 1979 1980 1980 1981 1981 1982 1982 1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1989 2010

Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1

Cal State Northridge (23-1, .958) 1976 1976 1976 1976 1978 1978 1979 1983 1984 1987 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 2003 2007 2011

Away...........................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral........................L............... 1-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0

Centenary (1-0, 1.000) 2003

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Cincinnati (1-0, 1.000) 2001

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Colorado (5-0, 1.000)

Georgia Tech (1-0, 1.000)

Illinois (2-3, .400)

1988 1992 1997 2011 2011

2004

1985 1987 1993 2004 2011

Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Hartford (1-0, 1.000) 2008

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

1980 1981 1983 1985 1985 1987 1987 1988 1988

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Neutral........................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral........................L............... 0-3

Dartmouth (1-0, 1.000) 2008

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Duke (3-0, 1.000) 1997 2001 2007

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-2

Eastern Kentucky (1-0, 1.000) 1976

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0

Fairfield (1-0, 1.000) 1999

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Florida (5-2, .714) 1998 2000 2002 2002 2003 2003 2005

Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Neutral........................L............... 2-3

Florida Gulf Coast (2-0, 1.000) 2009 2011

Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0

Florida State (1-0, 1.000) 2006

1976 1976 1977 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1979 1979 1980 1981 1981 1982 1983 1984 1984 1984 1986 1986 1986 1988 1988 1990 1990 1990 1993 1993 1996 1999 2001 2003 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011

Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Neutral........................L............... 2-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-2

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Hofstra (2-0, 1.000) Fresno State (8-0, 1.000) 1978 1984 1985 1989 1994 2006 2009 2010

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0

Furman (1-0, 1.000)

2011

2011

1999 2008

Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Houston (7-0, 1.000) 1977 1978 1980 1980 1980 1998 2003

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Idaho State (2-0, 1.000) Cleveland State (1-0, 1.000)

Georgia (1-0, 1.000)

1984

2004

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0

College of Charleston (1-0, 1.000) 2004

106

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 2-3 Neutral........................L............... 2-3

Hawai’i (18-21, .462) Colorado State (6-3, .667)

Clemson (1-0, 1.000) Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Home.........................W.............. 3-1

Georgia State (1-0, 1.000) 2000

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

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Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Illinois State (3-0, 1.000) 1977 1977 1983

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0

Indiana (2-0, 1.000) 1998 2010

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

James Madison (1-0, 1.000) 1999

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Kansas State (2-0, 1.000) 1977 2004

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Kentucky (1-0, 1.000) 1996

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Lamar (1-0, 1.000) 1984

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0

Liberty (1-0, 1.000) 2001

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Long Beach State (28-10, .737) 1976 1976 1976 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1979 1979 1979 1979 1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1982 1982 1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1986 1986 1988 1990 1990 1992 1993 1994

Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 2-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0


Series Records By Opponents 1995 1998 1999 2007

Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral........................L............... 2-3 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2

LSU (2-1, .667) 1989 1989 1992

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Nebraska (5-2, .714)

Ohio State (4-1, .800)

1977 1985 1992 1997 2002 2004 2008

1989 1994 2001 2007 2008

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Neutral........................L............... 2-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Neutral........................L............... 1-3

Nevada (1-0, 1.000) Loyola Marymount (8-0, 1.000) 1985 1991 1992 1993 1994 2003 2007 2010

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Maryland (1-0, 1.000) 1976

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0

Maryland-Baltimore County (1-0, 1.000) 1988

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

1999

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Mercer (1-0, 1.000) 2007

1981 1983 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011

New Mexico (6-1, .800) 1982 1992 1993 1994 2010 2010

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

New Mexico State (3-0, 1.000) 1980 1981 1982

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0

North Carolina (2-0, 1.000) 1999 2009

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

North Texas (2-0, 1.000) 1977 1978 1978

Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral........................L............... 0-2

1995 2006

Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0

Northern Arizona (1-0, 1.000) 2009

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Michigan State (7-1, .875) 1976 1976 1980 1997 2002 2007 2009 2010

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 2-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Minnesota (3-2-1, .583) 1979 1999 2003 2004 2004 2011

Neutral........................T............... 1-1 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2

Mississippi (3-0, 1.000) 1977 1978 2006

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Montana (1-0, 1.000) 1998

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Morgan State (1-0, 1.000) 1997

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Oregon (47-8, .855)

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Mexico University (2-1, .667)

1978 1979 1999

2003

Memphis (1-0, 1.000) 1991

Oral Roberts (3-0, 1.000)

New Hampshire (1-0, 1.000) Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Northern Illinois (1-0, 1.000) 1986

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2

Northern Iowa (1-0, 1.000) 2003

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Northern Kentucky (1-0, 1.000) 1978

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0

Northwestern (1-0, 1.000) 1982

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0

Notre Dame (4-2, .667) 1987 1992 1994 1995 2000 2005

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral........................L............... 1-3

Oklahoma (3-0, 1.000) 1990 2008 2009

Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

2011

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-1

Away...........................W.............. 3-0

Oregon State (44-8, .846) 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011

Away............................L............... 2-3 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0

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Series Records By Opponents Pacific (8-10, .444) 1978 1979 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1981 1983 1983 1984 1984 1986 1987 1991 1995 1998

Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Neutral........................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral........................L............... 1-2 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 2-3

Penn State (2-2, .500) 1980 2000 2005 2011

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 2-3

Pepperdine (38-8, .826) 1976 1976 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 1979 1979 1980 1980 1981 1981 1982 1982 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2001 2002 2002 2003 2004 2005

108

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away............................L............... 1-3 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral........................L............... 1-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

2005 2006 2007 2007 2009 2011

Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2

Pittsburgh (3-0, 1.000) 1989 1989 2002

Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Portland (1-0, 1.000) 2009

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Portland State (5-1, .833) 1977 1978 1980 1981 1982 1985

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral........................L............... 0-2

Purdue (4-0, 1.000) 1978 1982 2006 2007

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

1978 1979 1979 1980 1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1989 1990 1991 1992 1996 1997

Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral........................L............... 1-2 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0

Radford (1-0, 1.000)

San Francisco (1-0, 1.000)

1993

1998

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Away...........................W.............. 3-0

Rhode Island (3-0, 1.000)

San Jose State (8-1, .889)

1985 1991 2000

1976 1977 1977 1978 1980 1984 1985 1993 1996

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Sacramento State (1-0, 1.000) 2010

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

St. John's (3-0, 1.000) 2006 2007 2007

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2

Sam Houston State (1-0, 1.000) 1998

Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Santa Clara (2-0, 1.000) 1984 1993

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

South Carolina (2-0, 1.000) San Diego (8-0, 1.000) 1991 1997 2000 2002 2004 2008 2008 2010

Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1

2003 2006

Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0

South Florida (1-0, 1.000) 1996

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

SE Missouri State (1-0, 1.000) 1996

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

SW Missouri State (1-0, 1.000) San Diego State (27-9, .750) 1976 1976 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978

Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1

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Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Southern Illinois (1-0, 1.000) 1995

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Stanford (22-56-1, .285) 1977 1978 1979

Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral........................T............... 1-1

1979 1980 1980 1982 1982 1982 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007

Neutral........................L............... 2-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 1-3 Neutral........................L............... 1-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 1-3 Neutral........................L............... 2-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 2-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral........................L............... 2-3


Series Records By Opponents 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011

Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3

Temple (1-0, 1.000) 2000

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Tennessee (3-0, 1.000) 1982 1999 2006

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1

Texas (5-3, .625) 1976 1981 1982 1991 1991 2000 2007 2008

Away...........................W.............. 2-0 Neutral........................L............... 1-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral........................L............... 0-3

Texas A&M (7-0, 1.000) 1978 1983 1998 2002 2003 2003 2005

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1

Texas-Arlington (3-0, 1.000) 1989 1991 1996

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Texas-Pan American (1-0, 1.000) 2006

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Texas-San Antonio (1-0, 1.000) 2000

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Texas State (1-0, 1.000) 2006

Away...........................W.............. 3-0

Texas Tech (2-0, 1.000) 1979 1988

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1

Texas Women’s Univ. (1-0, 1.000) 1979

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0

Tulsa (1-0, 1.000) 2011

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

UC Davis (1-0, 1.000) 1977

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0

UC Irvine (11-0, 1.000) 1976 1976 1980 1982 1983 1984 2000 2001 2007 2009 2010

Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0

UCLA (52-45, .536) 1976 1976 1976 1976 1976 1976 1976 1977 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1979 1979 1979 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1981 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990

Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral........................L............... 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 1-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 0-3 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Neutral........................L............... 0-1 Away............................L............... 2-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 0-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 2-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 2-1 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3

1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011

Away............................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 2-3 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-1

UC Santa Barbara (27-9, .750) 1976 1976 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1979 1979 1979 1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1982 1983 1983 1984 1984 1985

Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-2

1985 1985 1987 1988 1988 1989 1990 1993 1996 1999 2000 2001 2002 2005

Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 0-3 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Neutral........................L............... 2-3 Away............................L............... 2-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1

UCF (0-1, .000) 2011

Neutral........................L............... 0-3

UNLV (1-0, 1.000) 1999

Away...........................W.............. 3-1

U.S. International (1-0, 1.000) 1986

Home.........................W.............. 3-1

Utah (9-1, .900) 1979 1979 1980 1986 1988 1994 2006 2007 2011 2011

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Utah State (7-1, .875) 1979 1979 1980 1980 1980 1981 1981 2001

Away............................L............... 1-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Utah Valley (2-0, 1.000) 2009 2009

Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0

Villanova (1-0, 1.000) 1997

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Virginia (1-0, 1.000) 2010

Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Wake Forest (1-0, 1.000) 2002

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-1

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Series Records By Opponents Washington (37-18, .673) 1980 1980 1982 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011

Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away............................L......... forfeit Home..........................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home..........................L............... 2-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Washington State (41-12, .774) 1978 1986 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989

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Neutral.......................W.............. 2-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

1990 1990 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011

Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 1-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 1-3 Away............................L............... 2-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home..........................L............... 1-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-2 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 2-3 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-1 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 0-3 Home.........................W.............. 3-1 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Home.........................W.............. 3-0

Western Michigan (1-0, 1.000) 2005

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Western Ontario (0-0-1, .500) 1978

Neutral........................T............... 1-1

Wisconsin (3-4, .429) 1988 1991 1996 1998 1998 2000 2001

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Away...........................W.............. 3-0 Neutral........................L............... 1-3 Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0 Away............................L............... 2-3 Neutral........................L............... 0-3 Neutral........................L............... 2-3

Wyoming (1-2, .333) 1983 1986 1988

Neutral.......................W.............. 2-1 Neutral........................L............... 0-2 Away............................L............... 1-3

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Xavier (1-0, 1.000) 1997

Neutral.......................W.............. 3-0

Yale (1-0, 1.000) 2011

Home.........................W.............. 3-0


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