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TENNESSEE (14-6, 7-4) vs. ALABAMA (14-10, 3-9)

2012 » SCHEDULE & RECORD

TENNESSEE

vs.

WEEKEND OPPONENTS KENTUCKY

ALABAMA

THE RECORD

OCT. 28, 2012 » THOMPSON-BOLING ARENA » KNOXVILLE, TENN. » 1 P.M.

OVERALL RECORD:

14-6

SEC 7-4 NON-CONFERENCE 7-2 HOME 5-3 AWAY 6-2 NEUTRAL 3-1

„ THE SCHEDULE

THE BASICS 2012 RECORD: 14-6, 7-4 SEC Current Rank: RV Kills/Set: 13.9 Assists/Set: 13.1 Aces/Set: 1.0 Digs/Set: 15.8 Blocks/Set: 2.6

STATS LEADERS KILLS #9 Kelsey Robinson (311 Ks, 4.38 K/Set, .231) ASSISTS #15 Mary Pollmiller (861 Assts., 10.63 A/Set) DIGS #10 Ellen Mullins (352 Digs, 4.35 D/Set) BLOCKS #8 DeeDee Harrison (65 Blks., 1.12 Blk/Set)

INSIDE THE SERIES KENTUCKY Overall: UK, 42-29 Knoxville: UT, 16-11 Lexington: UK, 20-9 Neutral: UK, 11-4 Streak: UK, W1 Last Mtg: UK, 3-0 (25-15, 25-21, 25-20) [9/26/12] ALABAMA Overall: UT, 32-12 Knoxville: UT, 16-3 Tuscaloosa: UT, 13-7 Neutral: UT, 3-2 Streak: UT, W9 Last Mtg: UT, 3-1 (19-25, 25-17, 25-15, 25-15) [9/16/12]

FIRST SERVE THE KENTUCKY REMATCH ¢ After Kentucky claimed a 3-0 win at home exactly one month ago, the Lady Vols and Wildcats will face off in a storied SEC volleyball rivalry tonight. With this marking the 72nd meeting between the two sides, UK is Tennessee’s most-played opponent. The teams have faced off at least once a year since 1977. ¢ The Wildcats currently lead the series by a 4229 margin, but the Lady Vols have won six of the last eight matchups. This match marks the 28th meeting in Knoxville, with the Big Orange leading 16-11 at home. Last season, Tennessee beat UK in four sets at home to capture its first outright SEC title. ¢ With UT down 31-9 in the series, head coach Rob Patrick entered his first season at Rocky Top in 1997. Since, the 16-year leader of the Lady Vols has posted an impressive 20-11 record against the Wildcats. ¢ Entering the matchup in sole possession of second place in the league, UT’s has won five straight with its last loss coming at UK one month ago.

THE BASICS 2012 RECORD 13-8, 7-4 SEC Current Rank: RV Kills/Set: 13.5 Assists/Set: 12.5 Aces/Set: 1.4 Digs/Set: 14.7 Blocks/Set: 2.7

2012 RECORD 14-10, 3-9 SEC Current Rank: NR Kills/Set: 13.2 Assists/Set: 12.1 Aces/Set: 1.3 Digs/Set: 14.5 Blocks/Set: 1.6

STATISTICAL LEADERS KILLS #1 Whitney Billings (227 Ks, 2.99 K/Set, .243)

KILLS #7 Kayla Fitterer (248 Ks, 3.65 K/Set, .261)

ASSISTS #32 Christine Hartmann (696 Assts., 10.71 A/Set)

ASSISTS #1 Sierra Wilson (945 Assts., 10.86 A/Set)

DIGS #11 Stephanie Klefot (297 Digs, 3.86 D/Set)

DIGS #2 Cristina Arenas (304 Digs, 3.49 D/Set)

BLOCKS #2 Alexandra Morgan (79 Blks., 1.03 Blk/Set)

BLOCKS #14 Katherine White (68 Blks., 0.79 Blk/Set)

THE ALABAMA REMATCH

¢ With UT posting a 3-1 win in Tuscaloosa earlier this season, Sunday afternoon’s match against the Crimson Tide marks the 45th meeting between the two programs. ¢ Tennessee currently leads the series by a 3212 margin and has won nine consecutive matches against Alabama, marking UT’s longest winning streak in the series. ¢ Six of the nine straight wins have been in three sets, including five of the six most recent matches. Alabama’s first set win in the last meeting was the Tide’s first set won against UT since Oct. 16, 2009. UT’s last loss against the Tide came in straight sets on the road on Oct. 21, 2007. ¢ Sunday’s match will be broadcast live on FOX SportSouth. Since 2001, the Big Orange has played ’Bama twice on TV and lost both matchups. ¢ It will be the 20th meeting in Knoxville, with the Lady Vols currently holding a commanding 16-3 advantage at home. Tennessee’s last loss at home to the Tide came over five years ago on Sept. 14, 2007. UT is 4-0 vs. UA at home since that matchup. ¢ Coach Patrick holds a career record of 19-7 against the Crimson Tide.

DATE Aug. 24 Aug. 25 Aug. 25 Aug. 31 Sept. 1 Sept. 2 Sept. 7 Sept. 8 Sept. 8 Sept. 12 Sept. 16 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 26 Oct. 5 Oct. 7 Oct. 10 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Nov. 2 Nov. 4 Nov. 9 Nov. 11 Nov. 16 Nov. 18 Nov. 21 Nov. 23

OPPONENT (TV) Florida State # Cincinnati # Iowa State # vs. Colorado State $ vs. BYU $ at Wichita State $ vs. George Washington & vs. Boston College & at Maryland & at Missouri * (ESPNU) at Alabama * Arkansas * South Carolina * at Kentucky * (ESPNU) Missouri * Georgia * at LSU * (ESPNU) at Arkansas * at Texas A&M * Kentucky * Alabama * (SportSouth) at Mississippi State * at Florida * (CSS/CST) at Ole Miss * at South Carolina * Auburn * LSU * Texas A&M * Mississippi State *

TIME L, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 L, 3-1 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 3-2 W, 3-1 L, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 L, 3-2 1 p.m. 8 p.m. 2 p.m. 8 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

# Comcast Lady Vol Classic $ Shocker Volleyball Classic & SpringHill Suites at Arundel Mills Invitational * SEC Match All Times Eastern

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TENNESSEE ROSTER

MEDIA INFORMATION

MEDIA CREDENTIALS

Requests for working media credentials should be directed to volleyball contact Brian Bruce. Those wishing to attend a match are asked to call the Media Relations Office to be placed on the pass list. Photo credentials will be issued only to accredited photographers or those individuals on special assignment. Because there are specifically designated areas for photographers, we ask that anyone shooting a Lady Vol volleyball match at Thompson-Boling Arena check with Brian prior to the start of the contest.

RADIO

Thompson-Boling Arena is available for radio broadcasts through UT Telephone Services. In order to access these lines, those interested in broadcasting a particular match need to inform the UT Athletics Media Relations Office in writing at their earliest convenience and no later than three weeks prior to the contest. Radio stations also will need to contact UT Telephone Services at (865) 974-3121 to order a telephone line for use at the contest(s).

STATISTICAL SERVICES

Services provided include statistics generated from the StatCrew computer program. Match statistics will be handed to all attending members of the media and sports information personnel after every game. Following the conclusion of the match, final statistics will be faxed/emailed to the visiting sports information director’s fax/ email list. Results will also be emailed to the sports information contact of visiting teams at the conclusion of the match in lieu of a sports information representative traveling with his or her team. Arrangements should be made in advance for any additional services.

INTERVIEWS

Interviews will be available following the match after a 10-minute cooling-off period. Media wishing to interview the coaches or any players other than on game days are required to set up interviews with 24 hours notice through Brian Bruce in the UT Media Relations Office.

No. 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 18 23 24 30 32

Name Bianca Arellano Nikki Brice Stephanie Stoll Olivia Okoro Shealyn Kolosky Tiffany Baker DeeDee Harrison Kelsey Robinson Ellen Mullins Leslie Cikra Whitney Heeres Kayla Jeter Mary Pollmiller Megan Hatcher Alex Lynch Jasmine Brown Mercedes Vaughn Ashlyn Sunseri

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

Ht. 5-8 5-8 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-2 5-6 6-4 6-3 5-11 5-10 5-5 6-2 5-8 6-1 5-11

Class Hometown/Previous School Fr. Phoenix, Ariz./Xavier Preparatory So. Fullerton, Calif./Troy H.S. R-So. Bellevue, Wash./ Washington So. Carrollton, Texas/UCLA So. Wheaton, Ill./Wheaton-Warrenville South H.S. So. Carrollton, Texas/Hebron H.S. R-Sr. Nashville, Tenn./Hillsboro H.S. Jr. Bartlett, Ill./Wheaton-St. Francis H.S. Jr. Nashville, Tenn./Father Ryan H.S. Sr. Chagrin Falls, Ohio/Chagrin Falls H.S. Jr. Flushing, Mich./Ball State R-Sr. Solon, Ohio/Solon H.S. So. Littleton, Colo./Chatfield H.S. Fr. Knoxville, Tenn./Webb School Fr. Alameda, Calif./Bishop O’Dowd H.S. Sr. Chattanooga, Tenn./Girls Preparatory School R-Fr. Folcroft, Pa./Academy Park H.S. Fr. Knoxville, Tenn./Northridge H.S.

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Bianca Arellano Olivia Okoro Shealyn Kolosky Leslie Cikra Whitney Heeres Mary Pollmiller

ARR-ee-YAH-no oh-KOR-oh SHAY-lynn SICK-ruh HAIRS paul-MILL-er

COACHING STAFF Head Coach Record at Tennessee (Years) Overall Record Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Director of Volleyball Operations Volunteer Assistant Coach Volleyball Office Phone

Rob Patrick (Miami [Ohio], ’83) 334-160 (16th Season) Same Alan Edwards (Second Season) Rachel Cooper (Second Season) Jenna Dover (Second Season) Russ Friedland (First Season) (865) 974-4275

TEAM INFORMATION

2011 Record 28-4 SEC Record (Finish) 19-1 (1st East/1st Overall) NCAA Finish (AVCA Rank) NCAA Second Round (19) Letterwinners Returning/Lost 12/3 Starters Returning/Lost 6+Libero/0 Newcomers 6 (4 Freshmen)

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION ¢ Overnight Mail Address Stokely Athletic Center 1720 Volunteer Blvd. Knoxville, TN 37996

¢ Brian Bruce Assistant Director of Media Relations Office Phone: 865.974.1212 Direct Line: 865.974.7489 Cell: 607.745.6093 Fax: 865.974.8875 Email: brianbruce@utk.edu Twitter: @BrianBruceUT

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LADY VOL WEEKLY SCHEDULE

MONDAY [22] Practice: 4:00-6:00 pm

TUESDAY [23] OFF DAY

WEDNESDAY

[24]

Practice: 5:00-7:00 pm

THURSDAY [25] Practice:

FRIDAY [26] Match Day:

SATURDAY [27] Practice:

SUNDAY [28] Match Day:

4:15-6:00 pm

Kentucky * - 7 pm

10:00 am - Noon

Alabama * - 1 pm

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„ BY THE NUMBERS

2,341

» Sophomore setter Mary Pollmiller has 2,341 career assists entering the weekend. She ranks seventh in the Tennessee record books.

LADY VOL NOTES WHAT A MILESTONE

¢ With her first dig of the second set at Texas A&M last Friday, junior outside hitter Kelsey Robinson became the fifth Lady Vol in program history to eclipse the 1,000-mark in career kills and digs. ¢ Robinson, who notched her 1,000th career kill in a five-set win at LSU (10/10) earlier this season, joins Tennessee greats Nikki Fowler, Kristy Dobson, Stephanie Ehlers and Sonja Thomas in the exclusive club. ¢ Just a junior, Robinson reached the 1,000/1,000 mark in both categories in just 79 matches. Below is a chart of the five club members: UT’S 1,000-KILL & 1,000-DIG CLUB Player (Yrs) Kills (Rk.) Digs (Rk.) Nikki Fowler (2007-10) 1,649 (4th) 1,281 (6th) Kristy Dobson (1988-91) 1,454 (7th) 1,474 (2nd) Stephanie Ehlers (1985-88) 1,394 (8th) 1,312 (5th) Sonja Thomas (1991-94) 1,346 (9th) 1,012 (11th) Kelsey Robinson (2010-Pres) 1,056 (16th) 1,016 (11th)

SCARY GOOD IN OCTOBER ¢ In 2012, the Lady Vols possess a perfect 5-0 record in the month of October entering the weekend. While November and December represent the home stretch and the championship portion of the college volleyball season, October is the heart of it. ¢ Dating back five seasons through the 2008 campaign, the Lady Vols are an impressive 36-8 in the month

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of October and has used the 31 days to help propel themselves into four consecutive NCAA Tournaments. ¢ Over the five-match win streak, Tennessee has outperformed its opponents in every statistical category. The Lady Vols have out-killed (14.3 K/s-12.8 K/s), out-hit (.244-.174), out-passed (13.6 A/s-11.8 A/s), out-aced (.9 A/s-.5 A/s), out-dug (18.7 D/s-17.2 D/s) and out-blocked their opponents (2.60 B/s-2.57 B/s) during the stretch. ¢ Sophomore Tiffany Baker has led the offensive attack during the streak, compiling a team-high 82 kills and hitting a team-best .313. Defensively, junior libero Ellen Mullins anchors the back row, averaging an impressive 5.48 digs per set.

TENNESSEE IN THE RPI ¢ The initial NCAA Division I Volleyball RPI of the 2012 campaign was released recently with the Lady Vols coming in at No. 27 in the nation. After defeating Mizzou and Georgia, UT jumped six spots to No. 21 in the second week of the RPI rankings and went up three more spots after posting wins at LSU and Arkansas to No. 18. Following their win at Texas A&M, the Lady Vols jumped two more spots to No. 16 in this week’s RPI. ¢ Eight of UT’s 14 wins have come against top 75 RPI teams: Arkansas (25), Texas A&M (27), Wichita State (36), Iowa State (37), Colorado State (39), Mizzou (48), UGA (51) and LSU (70). ¢ In addition, all five of the Big Orange’s losses have come against top 50 RPI squads: Florida State (13), BYU

TENNESSEE IN THE POLLS POLLS

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NATIONAL RANKINGS AVCA COACHES’ POLL

Week 9 - Oct. 22 Rank School Prev. Record 1 Penn State (54) 1 20-1 2 Stanford (4) 2 18-2 3 Oregon (2) 3 18-1 4 Nebraska 4 17-2 5 Washington 5 17-2 6 UCLA 6 15-4 7 USC 7 19-3 8 Texas 8 16-3 9 Hawai’i 9 17-2 10 Minnesota 10 17-4 11 Florida 11 17-2 12 Florida State 12 18-2 13 Louisville 15 20-3 14 San Diego 13 17-3 15 Dayton 18 17-4 16 Kansas State 14 18-3 17 Kansas 21 19-3 18 BYU 16 19-2 19 Western Kentucky 19 24-3 20 Ohio State 20 15-7 21 Purdue 17 14-7 22 Iowa State 22 11-7 23 Pepperdine 23 16-7 24 Miami (Fla.) 24 18-3 25 St. Mary’s (Calif.) NR 11-9

RICH KERN - Week 9 (Oct. 22)

Rank School Record 1 Penn State 20-1 2 Stanford 18-2 3 Oregon 18-1 4 Nebraska 17-2 5 Washington 17-2 6 UCLA 15-4 7 USC 19-3 8 Texas 16-3 9 Hawai’i 17-2 10 Minnesota 17-4 11 Florida 17-2 12 Florida State 18-2 13 Louisville 20-3 14 Kansas State 18-3 15 San Diego 17-3 16 Dayton 17-4 17 BYU 19-2 18 Ohio State 15-7 19 Iowa State 11-7 20 Western Kentucky 24-3 21 Purdue 14-7 22 Pepperdine 16-7 23 Kansas 19-3 24 Miami (Fla.) 18-3 25 TENNESSEE 14-5 26 Kentucky 13-8 27 Illinois 10-10 28 Texas A&M 15-5 29 Michigan State 16-6 30 Saint Mary’s 11-9

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» Junior libero Ellen Mullins needs 28 digs to become the 13th member of Tennessee’s 1,000-dig club.

» Head Coach Rob Patrick is six matches away from coaching his 500th career match at Tennessee. It will be at home vs. Auburn on Nov. 16.

(15), Kentucky (20), Arkansas (25) and Missouri (48). ¢ The SEC has five teams in the top 30 and seven squads in the top 51 of the RPI rankings: Florida (10), Tennessee (16), Kentucky (20), Arkansas (25), Texas A&M (27), Missouri (48) and Georgia (51).

DEF. PLAYER OF THE WEEK... AGAIN ¢ After anchoring the Lady Vol defense to wins at LSU and Arkansas, Mullins was named the SEC’s Defensive Player of the Week for the second consecutive week last week. She followed up her career-best 34-dig performance against Mizzou (Oct. 5) with 32 scoops at LSU on Oct. 10. It was the second highest total of her career as she became just the third Lady Vol to record at least two matches with 30 or more digs in a single season. ¢ On Oct. 14, she helped UT sweep Arkansas with 17 digs and a career-high four aces on the road and then added 18 in a three-setter at Texas A&M last week. ¢ Her 34 digs at Mizzou stands as the seventhhighest single-match total in school history and the second most in the 25-point rally scoring era. It was also the fifth highest total in the SEC this season. ¢ The Nashville native has started every match at libero for UT this season and upped her average to 4.25 digs per set. Mullins has posted 12 or more digs in all 10 conference matches this season and currently ranks seventh in the SEC in digs pet set. ¢ Mullins is looking to become the 13th Lady Vol to join the 1,000-dig club for her career. She currently has 972 career digs. WK10

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UT IN THE RANKINGS VOLLEYBALL MAGAZINE TOP 20 Week 9 - Oct. 23 Rank School 1 Penn State 2 Stanford 3 Oregon 4 Nebraska 5 Washington 6 UCLA 7 USC 8 Texas 9 Hawai’l 10 Minnesota 11 Florida 12 Florida State 13 Louisville 14 San Diego 15 Kansas State 16 Dayton 17 Western Kentucky 18 Kansas 19 BYU 20 Ohio State

Record 20-1 18-2 18-1 17-2 17-2 15-4 19-3 16-3 17-2 17-4 17-2 18-2 20-3 17-3 18-3 17-4 24-3 19-3 19-2 15-7

¢ For the third consecutive season, Tennessee opened its campaign in the national rankings, came in at No. 15 in the AVCA Preseason Poll. The preseason ranking was the ninth in program history for UT, who concluded 2011 rated as No. 19. ¢ On Aug. 27, the Lady Vols moved up one position to No. 14 in the nation following wins over Cincinnati and then-No. 10 Iowa State. UT fell down two notches to No. 16 after posting a 2-1 mark at the Shocker Volleyball Classic. ¢ The Big Orange went 3-0 at Maryland’s SpringHill Suites Invitational with three sweeps, but dropped one spot to No. 17 in the AVCA Poll on Sept. 10. ¢ After opening their SEC slate 2-3, the Lady Vols dropped out of the top 25 on Oct. 1 for the first time in 17 polling periods and since September 2011. ¢ The 16-week stretch was the fourth longest in school history. UT had two stretches of 19-straight weeks (2009-11; 1982-84) and one stretch of 17 consecutive weeks (2004-05) in the poll. ¢ After entering the rankings at No. 24 on Nov. 30, 2009, the Lady Vols spent 19 consecutive polling periods in the Top 25, until falling out for a four-week span last season. ¢ Five wins in a row would not quite put the Lady Vols back in the top 25, but they are receiving votes for the fourth straight week (Oct. 22).

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CAN YOU DIG IT?

¢ After posting a season-high 98 digs at home against Mizzou (Oct. 5), the Lady Vols bested that mark just five days later when they tied a Tennessee rally scoring record with 106 scoops at LSU (Oct. 10). ¢ Tennessee has recorded 50 or more digs in 14 of 19 matches this season and has combined for 393 scoops - for an average of 18.71 per set - in its last five matches. ¢ With its recent performances, Tennessee has climbed to fifth in the SEC in the category with an average of 15.91 digs per set. In SEC matches only, UT ranks second in the category (17.39/Set).

THROWING IT AROUND

¢ Over the five-match win streak, Tennessee has dished out a combined 285 assists for an average of 13.57 per set, including 245 from sophomore setter Mary Pollmiller. Pollmiller is averaging 11.67 dimes per game over the last five and handed out 46 in just three sets at A&M for a 15.33 per game average. ¢ With Pollmiller’s ability to spread it around, Tennessee has climbed to the top of the SEC with a season average of 13.33 assists per game. In SEC matches only, the Lady Vols are tied for first with Texas A&M at 13.27 helpers per frame. ¢ Tennessee has posted 50 or more digs in 13 of 19 matches this season.

FABULOUS IN FIVE ¢ UT has played a league-high seven five-setters through 19 matches this season and holds a 6-1 record in those matchups. ¢ The seven five-set matches this year are more than the Lady Vols have played all season in six of the last 10 campaigns. UT played 9 five-setters last season and finished with a 6-3 mark in those matches. ¢ The five-set win at LSU (Oct. 10) was the Lady Vols’ third straight win in five, marking just the second time in program history the team has won back to back to back five-setters. ¢ UT defeated South Carolina, Auburn and Kentucky in consecutive five-setters in 2008. ¢ This year is just the second time the Big Orange has ever won two pairs of back to back five-setters in the same season. The Lady Vols also beat Iowa State (Aug. 25) and Colorado State (Aug. 31) in consecutive five-setters earlier this campaign. ¢ Tennessee fought back from a two-set deficit against Georgia (Oct. 7). It was the 16th win after being down 0-2 in school history. From 1997 to 2008, the team was only able to accomplish the feat once. Since 2009, the Lady Vols have won one match in that fashion each season.

TENNESSEE vs. THE TOP 25

¢ Through 19 matches, the Lady Vols have faced three opponents ranked in the top 25 and three that were receiving votes in the poll. Kentucky is currently receiving votes in the AVCA poll. ¢ UT is 2-1 against teams in the top 25 this season with wins over then-No. 10 Iowa State and then-No. 24 Colorado State. The Big Orange’s loss was against then-No. 12 Florida State in the season opener. The Lady Vols also lost to a BYU squad that is now ranked 18th in the weekly poll. ¢ The Lady Vols’ two wins over ranked teams are the only wins over non-conference opponents ranked in the top 25 for SEC teams. ¢ Tennessee went 4-2 in matches against ranked opponents in 2011, with a pair of wins over Florida (No. 6 & No. 13), a victory over No. 16 Kentucky and a win against No. 21 Dayton. ¢ En route to its NCAA Regional Final appearance, the Big Orange defeated a rally-scoring record six ranked teams in 2004. UT shared the SEC title and captured the SEC Tournament title that season.

ROBINSON EARNS MEMBERSHIP ¢ Heading into the break at LSU (Oct. 10), Robinson pounded her 998th and 999th career kills to comeback and win the second set, 26-24. Right after the break, the Bartlett, Ill., native slammed down another - her 1,000th career kill in the Big Orange uniform. ¢ With that kill, she became one of just 18 Lady Vols to eclipse the 1,000-kill plateau. She enters this match with 1,039 kills, just 10 shy of tying Kelly Hanlon’s 1,049. ¢ Below is a chart of UT’s 1,000-kill club: UT’S 1,000-KILL CLUB Rank Player (Yrs) Kills 1. Tamala Brightman (1990-93) 1,781 2. Ariana Wilson (1998-01) 1,732 3. April Chapple (1981-84) 1,650 4. Nikki Fowler (2007-10) 1,649 5. Dianne Shoemaker (1985-88) 1,544 6. Kristen Andre (2002-05) 1,498 7. Kristy Dobson (1988-91) 1,454 8. Stephanie Ehlers (1985-88) 1,394 9. Sonja Thomas (1991-94) 1,346 10. Yuliya Stoyanova (2004-07) 1,343 11. Janelle Hester (1999-02) 1,339 12. Michelle Piantadosi (2001-04) 1,274 13. Robin Maine (1980-83) 1,230 14. Sarah Blum (2003-06) 1,101 15. Tanya Haave (1980-84) 1,057 16. Kelsey Robinson (2010-Pres) 1,056 17. Kelly Hanlon (1995-97) 1,049 18. Chris Jestilla (1996-98) 1,012

RECORD WATCH ¢ Mullins currently sits at 943 career digs, 57 shy of joining the 1,000-dig club. With Robinson reaching the

WHERE THEY RANK... LADY VOLS IN THE NCAA (10/21)

Player Category Amount NCAA Rank Kelsey Robinson Points 5.16/Set 9th Kills 4.45/Set 13th Digs 3.73/Set 234th Mary Pollmiller Assists 10.79/Set 50th DeeDee Harrison Blocks 1.08/Set 143rd Ellen Mullins Digs 4.25/Set 150th Tiffany Baker Kills 3.17/Set 223rd Points 3.59/Set 250th

UT IN THE NCAA (10/21)

Category Amount UT’s NCAA Rank Assists 13.33/Set 23rd Kills 14.18/Set 27th Hitting Pct. .248 42nd Blocks 2.55/Set 43rd Digs 15.91/Set 91st Aces 0.99/Set 279th

LADY VOLS IN THE SEC (10/25)

Player Category Amount SEC Rank Kelsey Robinson Dbl-Dbls. 13 2nd Kills 4.45/Set 2nd Points 5.16/Set 2nd Aces 0.26/Set 9th Digs 3.73/Set 12th ¢ With a league-best 29-kill and two 24-kill performances, Robinson has three of the top 10 highest kill tallies in the SEC this season. Mary Pollmiller Trip-Dbls. 1 2nd Assists 10.79/Set 3rd Dbl-Dbls. 10 T-4th ¢ Pollmiller has one of three triple-doubles in the SEC this season and her 66-assist performance at Mizzou is the most assists in a match this season. Leslie Cikra Blocks 0.91/Set 12th Hitting Pct. .276 20th ¢ Her .765 hitting percentage against George Washington, is the league’s 2nd-highest attacking clip this season. Ellen Mullins Digs 4.25/Set 7th ¢ Mullins’ career-best 34-dig performance vs. Mizzou is the fift-highest scoop total in the SEC. Kayla Jeter ¢ Jeter’s career-best 27-kill outing vs. Georgia is tied for second in the SEC behind only Robinson’s 29. DeeDee Harrison Blocks 1.08/Set 7th Tiffany Baker Kills 3.17/Set 13th Points 3.59/Set 14th

UT IN THE SEC RANKS (10/25)

Category Amount UT’s SEC Rank Assists 13.33/Set 1st Blocks 2.55/Set 3rd Kills 14.18/Set 4th Digs 15.91/Set 5th Hitting Pct. .248 6th Opp. Hitting Pct. .187 6th Aces 0.99/Set 10th

„ TENNESSEE IN THE SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE (10/27) »

EASTERN DIVISION

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WESTERN DIVISION

SEC Pct. Home Away Div. Florida 12-0 1.000 6-0 6-0 4-0 Kentucky 8-4 .667 5-2 3-2 2-2 Georgia 7-4 .636 4-1 3-3 1-3 TENNESSEE 7-4 .636 3-2 4-2 3-3 Missouri 7-5 .583 4-1 3-4 2-3 South Carolina 3-9 .250 2-4 1-5 1-2

SEC Pct. Home Away Div. Arkansas 8-4 .667 3-3 5-1 5-1 Texas A&M 8-4 .667 4-3 4-1 6-0 Auburn 5-7 .417 3-2 2-5 3-3 LSU 5-8 .385 3-4 2-4 4-4 Ole Miss 4-7 .364 3-2 1-5 1-3 Alabama 3-9 .250 2-5 1-4 2-4 Mississippi State 0-12 .000 0-6 0-6 0-6

ALL Pct. Home Away Neutral 18-3 .857 12-0 6-1 0-2 14-8 .636 8-2 4-4 2-2 13-8 .619 7-2 4-5 2-1 14-6 .700 5-3 6-2 3-1 15-7 .682 7-2 4-5 4-0 15-9 .625 9-4 3-5 3-0

Last 10 Streak 9-1 W1 8-2 W2 6-4 W2 7-3 L1 5-5 L1 2-8 L2

ALL Pct. Home Away Neutral 17-6 .739 10-4 5-2 2-0 16-5 .762 6-4 6-1 4-0 14-8 .636 6-2 5-5 3-1 9-13 .409 3-4 3-6 3-3 10-10 .500 7-2 2-6 1-2 14-10 .583 9-5 4-4 1-1 4-17 .190 2-7 1-7 1-3

Last 10 Streak 7-3 W3 6-4 W1 4-6 W1 4-6 L2 4-6 W2 2-8 L4 0-10 L13

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club first, Mullins will become the 13th member. Last season, she finished with 471 digs. In 2012, she has scooped 323 balls through 19 matches. ¢ Below is a chart of UT’s 1,000-dig club: UT’S 1,000-DIG CLUB Rank Player (Yrs) Digs 1. Chloe Goldman (2006-09) 1,755 2. Kristy Dobson (1988-91) 1,474 3. Kylie Marshall (2006-09) 1,374 4. Amy Morris (2003-05) 1,338 5. Stephanie Ehlers (1985-88) 1,312 6. Nikki Fowler (2007-10) 1,281 7. Julie Knytych (2002-05) 1,265 8. Kelli Scott (1999-02) 1,117 9. Molly Mooney (1991-94) 1,055 10. Erica Lear (1998-01) 1,053 11. Kelsey Robinson (2010-Pres) 1,016 12. Sonja Thomas (1991-94) 1,012 Ellen Mullins (2010-Pres) 972

TENNESSEE ON THE TUBE

HEAD COACH ROB PATRICK MR. 300

With a sweep over Georgia in the Southeastern Conference opener on Sept. 16, 2011, Tennessee Lady Vol Head Coach Rob Patrick recorded his 300th career win, all of which have come at UT.

PATRICK’S MILESTONE WINS Win # 1 50 100 200 250 300

Opponent (Date) ETSU (8.30.1997) Georgia State (10.26.1999) East Carolina (9.14.2002) Arkansas (9.17.2006) Arkansas (9.25.2009) Georgia (9.16.2011)

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

PATRICK’S CAREER RECORD [ 1997-PRESENT ] Year Overall 1997 15-19 1998 19-10 1999 19-13 2000 23-10 2001 16-11 2002 20-11 2003 22-9 2004 32-3 2005 25-9 2006 19-12 2007 11-18 2008 22-10 2009 24-8 2010 25-7 2011 28-4 2012 14-6 Total 334-160

SEC Finish/Postseason 5-9 4th SEC East 7-7 4th SEC East 8-6 2nd SEC East 9-5 3rd SEC East, NCAA 1st Rd. 7-7 3rd SEC East 8-8 4th SEC East 10-6 2nd SEC East 15-1 T-1st SEC East, NCAA Regional QF 13-3 2nd SEC East, NCAA Semifinal 10-10 3rd SEC East, NCAA 1st Rd. 6-14 5th SEC East 15-5 3rd SEC East, NCAA 1st Rd. 16-4 T-2nd SEC East, NCAA 2nd Rd. 15-5 2nd SEC East, NCAA 2nd Rd. 19-1 1st SEC, NCAA 2nd Rd. 7-4 170-95 2 SEC Titles, 8 NCAA Apps.

¢ The Lady Vols will make a league high five TV appearances in the regular season in 2012. UT, which appeared on the network at Mizzou and Kentucky, made its third and final appearance on ESPNU at LSU (Oct. 10). ¢ The Big Orange hosts Alabama (10/28) on Fox SportSouth this Sunday and plays at Florida on Comcast/ Cox on Nov. 4. ¢ Since 2001, Tennessee has played 11 matches on ESPN’s networks and is 6-5 in those matches. Since 2009, UT is 13-5 in TV matches. The Big Orange is 1-2 on TV this season. ¢ The Orange & White owns an overall record of 2120 in televised matches dating back to 2001.

20/20 VISION ¢ Against South Carolina (9/23), Robinson recorded 21 kills and 22 digs, marking her third 20/20 match of the season and the fifth of her career. While it’s not an official stat, it’s certainly a rare feat in the UT record books. ¢ Since 2001, six different players have reached the 20 mark in two statistical categories in a single match on just 14 occasions. ¢ Below is a chart of UT’s 14 20/20 matches since 2001: Player Opp. (Date) Stats Kelsey Robinson South Carolina (9/23/12) 21K, 22D Missouri (9/12/12) 23K, 24D BYU (9/1/12) 24K, 22D Ole Miss (10/9/11) 20K, 20D Maryland (8/27/11) 24K, 24D Jena Berg Georgia (9/23/07) 56A, 24D Chelsea Noble Duke (12/1/06) 57A, 22D Mississippi State (10/29/06) 51A, 21D Yuliya Stoyanova Kentucky (11/1/06) 25K, 22D Amy Morris Georgia (11/21/03) 21K, 26D Julie Knytych Georgia (11/21/03) 55A, 20D Georgia (10/3/03) 60A, 24D Arizona State (9/6/03) 47A, 22D Western Carolina (9/6/02) 39A, 21D

DOUBLE-DOUBLE MACHINE

¢ Robinson, the defending SEC Player of the Year, currently ranks second in the SEC with 13 doubledoubles on the season. Robinson did not achieve the feat in the season opener against Florida State, but reached double digits in two categories in 11-straight matches. Her streak was snapped at Kentucky (9/26). ¢ The junior outside hitter tallied 18 kills and 17 digs at LSU (Oct. 10) and fell just one dig short of the program’s third triple-double with nine digs. She posted her second straight at Arkansas (Oct. 14) with a 15-kill, 10-dig performance. At Texas A&M, she had 14 kills and fell just one dig short of her third straight double-double with nine. ¢ She now has 40 career double-doubles.

BACK IN TOP FORM

¢ A little over a year removed from a knee injury that cost her what was supposed to be her senior sea-

THE LADY VOLS RECORD... THE BASICS Overall 14-6 Southeastern Conference 7-4 Non-Conference 7-2 vs. Ranked 2-1 Home 5-3 Away 6-2 Neutral 3-1

VERSUS

vs. the Atlantic-10 vs. the Atlantic Coast vs. the BIG EAST vs. the Big 12 vs. the Mountain West vs. the West Coast Conference vs. the Missouri Valley Conference

BY SET

When winning the first set When losing the first set When winning the second set When losing the second set When winning the third set When losing the third set When winning the fourth set When losing the fourth set

1-0 2-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0

10-3 4-3 10-3 4-3 10-0 4-6 6-0 3-4

Record in first set Record in second set Record in third set Record in fourth set Record in fifth set Games record

13-7 13-7 10-10 6-7 6-2 48-33

In three-set matches In four-set matches In five-set matches

5-2 3-2 6-2

THE PERCENTAGES

When hitting .400 or better When hitting .300-.399 When hitting .200-.299 When hitting lower than .200

1-0 5-0 6-1 2-5

When out-hitting the opp. When out-hit by the opp. When out-killing the opp. When out-killed by the opp. When out-blocking the opp.* When out-blocked by the opp. When out-digging the opp.* When out-dug by the opp. * Or Tied

13-0 1-6 13-4 1-2 9-1 5-5 11-4 3-2

BY DAY

On Monday On Tuesday On Wednesday On Thursday On Friday On Saturday On Sunday

BY MONTH

In August In September In October In November In December

--1-2 -4-3 4-1 5-0

3-1 6-4 5-1 ---

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UT VOLLEYBALL HONORS ¢ After capturing its first outright SEC title last season, the Tennessee volleyball team has been unanimously selected to repeat as league champions in a preseason vote by the league’s 13 coaches. With coaches not allowed to vote for their own teams, UT received the maximum 12 first-place votes. 2012 SEC PRESEASON COACHES’ POLL (First-Place Votes In Parentheses)

¢ Eastern Division Team Tennessee (12) Kentucky Florida (1) Missouri Georgia South Carolina

¢ Western Division Team LSU Texas A&M Arkansas Ole Miss Auburn Alabama Mississippi State

Points 12 30 35 37 56 67 Points 20 22 27 52 58 65 71

SEC Champion: Tennessee (12), Florida (1)

PRESEASON ALL-SEC TEAM

Name School Pos. Cl. Jasmine Norton^# Arkansas OH Sr. Chloe Mann Florida MB Jr. Whitney Billings# Kentucky OH Jr. Stephanie Klefot^# Kentucky DS/L Jr. Desiree Elliott^# LSU MB Jr. Lisa Henning Missouri OH Jr. Molly Kreklow Missouri S Jr. DeeDee Harrison# Tennessee MB Sr. Kelsey Robinson# Tennessee OH Jr. ^ - 2011 Preseason Honoree # - 2011 All-SEC First or Second Team Honoree

2011 SEASON HONORS

KELSEY ROBINSON, OH SEC Player of the Year AVCA Second Team All-American Volleyball Magazine Second Team All-American AVCA All-South Region First Team All-SEC SEC Player of the Week (4x) Comcast Lady Vol Classic MVP Virginia Tech Invitational MVP Illinois State Farm Classic All-Tournament Team US National A2 Training Team MARY POLLMILLER, S SEC Freshman of the Year AVCA All-South Region Freshman of the Year AVCA All-American Honorable Mention AVCA All-South Region Second Team All-SEC SEC All-Freshman Team Comcast Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team SEC Freshman of the Week (5x) Virginia Tech Invitational All-Tournament Team DEEDEE HARRISON, MB AVCA All-American Honorable Mention First Team All-SEC AVCA All-South Region Virginia Tech Invitational All-Tournament Team LESLIE CIKRA, OPP AVCA All-American Honorable Mention First Team All-SEC AVCA All-South Region TIFFANY BAKER, OH Second Team All-SEC SEC All-Freshman Team CVU.com National Player of the Week (Nov. 1)

son at UT, Kayla Jeter had the breakout performance she had been waiting for against Georgia (10/7). The All-American posted a career-best 27 kills, breaking her previous mark of 23 set as a sophomore at Kentucky, and hit .444 against the Bulldogs with 12 digs to notch her first double-double of the season. ¢ The 27 kills from the Solon, Ohio native ranks as the second-highest single-match total in the SEC this year, behind only her teammate Robinson, who notched 29 vs. Iowa State (Aug. 25). ¢ The outside hitter added her second straight double-double at LSU, going for 13 kills and 10 digs. She’s averaging 1.94 kills per set and hitting .236 this year.

POLLMILLER PASSES 2K

¢ With her 36th assist at home vs. Arkansas (9/21), Pollmiller became the seventh player in Tennessee history to cross the 2,000-assist mark for her career. ¢ As a freshman, she set UT single season rally scoring records in assists (1,480) and assists per set (11.94). She led all NCAA freshmen in assists per set, while ranking fourth in the nation and first in the SEC. ¢ She was tabbed SEC Freshman of the Year and an AVCA Honorable Mention All-American. In addition, the rookie garnered AVCA All-South Region Freshman of the Year, SEC All-Freshman Team and AVCA All-South Region Team honors. ¢ Below is a chart of UT’s 2,000-assist club: UT’S 2,000-ASSIST CLUB Rank Player (Yrs) 1. Julie Knytych (2002-05) 2. Erica Lear (1998-01) 3. Molly Mooney (1991-94) 4. Wendy Jones (1986-89) 5. Laurie Caraher (1984-87) 6. Christy Warren (1994-98) 7. Mary Pollmiller (2011-Pres)

Assists 5,803 5,069 4,674 3,541 2,957 2,904 2,341

POLLMILLER TRIPLE-DOUBLE ¢ With her 49-assist, 14-dig and 11-kill performance at Wichita State (9/2), Pollmiller became just the second player in program history to record the rare triple-double. ¢ Pollmiller and Ole Miss’ Amanda Philpot have the league’s only triple-doubles this season. Philpot tallied 11 kills, 14 digs and 36 assists vs. Rice (9/7) and added a 10-kill, 12-dig and 40-assist performance vs. rival Mississippi State (9/21) ¢ Pollmiller is currently tied for fourth in the conference with 10 double-doubles on the season. ¢ Tennessee legend Nikki Fowler was the only other UT player to achieve the triple-double for the Lady Vols. As a freshman, Fowler went for 19 kills, 19 assists and 18 digs at Ole Miss on Nov. 2, 2007. She finished her career (2007-10) with 1,649 kills and 1,281 digs, ranking fourth in kills and sixth in digs in the UT record books.

TENNESSEE ON THE ROAD ¢ After hosting its annual home tournament, the Comcast Lady Vol Classic, from Aug. 24-25, the Lady Vols have been road warriors. UT traveled to Wichita, Kan., and College Park, Md., for two regular season tournaments and Columbia, Mo., Tuscaloosa, Ala., Lexington, Ky., Baton Rouge, La., Fayetteville, Ark., and College Station, Texas, for SEC play. ¢ Tennessee is 6-2 in true road matches this season, with wins over Wichita State, Maryland, Alabama, LSU, Arkansas and most recently Texas A&M. UT also has three wins at a neutral location on the campaign. ¢ In 2011, the Big Orange finished with a 14-3 record in matches away from Thompson-Boling Arena, including a 3-1 mark in a neutral location. ¢ Dating back through the 2008 campaign, the Lady Vols are 44-17 (.721) in true road matches. UT is 71-40 (.639) in away matches dating back through the 2004 season.

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LADY VOLS BREAK HITTING RECORD ¢ The Lady Vols played a historical match against Boston College (9/8) this season, hitting .639 as a team to break a single-match record that stood for nearly 32 years. UT had 48 kills on 72 attacking attempts with only two errors - a rally scoring era best. Tennessee allowed just 38 points against, the second fewest in the rally scoring era. ¢ The hitting percentage clip bested the previous record of .607 that was set on Sept. 19, 1980 in a loss against Cal State Fullerton.

SCOUTING THE WILDCATS ¢ The five-time SEC Champion Wildcats enter Friday’s meeting with a 13-8 overall record and a 7-4 mark in conference play. UK opened the SEC slate with back to back losses, but has won seven of its last nine. ¢ Last week, Kentucky lost in straight sets at home against Arkansas, but rebounded to shutout the LSU Tigers, 25-19, 25-18, 25-22. The Wildcats used an impressive 16-6 run to close out the match against LSU. ¢ The strength of the talented Kentucky squad all season has been its defensive play at the net. UK currently ranks second in the conference and 29th in the nation in blocks per set with 2.67 ¢ Led by junior middle blocker Alexandra Morgan, the Wildcats have four players with 48 or more blocks on the season. Morgan ranks ninth in the SEC with 1.03 blocks per set and is efficient offensively, hitting a blazing .352 on the season. That mark ranks seventh in the league and 65th in the country. ¢ Kentucky displays a balanced offensive attack. With setter Christine Hartmann dishing 10.71 assists per game, UK is hitting .242 as a team and has five players with 100 or more kills. Junior right side hitter Whitney Billings paces Big Blue with 227 kills for a 2.99 kills per game average, while senior outside hitter Ashley Frazier follows with 221 spikes on the campaign. ¢ Craig Skinner is in his eighth season at the helm of the Wildcats and has led the squad to seven consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. Skinner is 171-73 at UK, including 103-44 in SEC action.

SCOUTING THE TIDE ¢ The Alabama Crimson Tide started the 2012 season 12-1, but a 3-1 loss to the Lady Vols (Sept. 16), started a downhill slide for the Tide. UA is 2-9 since losing to UT and enters its the match with a 14-10 overall record and sits in sixth in the SEC West with a 3-9 league mark. ¢ Last week, Alabama lost in straight sets to No. 11 Florida and unranked Georgia at home on Oct. 19 and 21, respectively. ¢ The Crimson Tide has been one of the top serving teams in the conference all season long. UA leads the league with 87 total aces and ranks second with 1.34 service aces per set. Leading the Tide serving is freshman outside hitter Kryssi Daniels. She currently has a SEC-high 41 aces and 0.47 aces per game average. Daniels’ ace per game average ranks 14th in the nation. ¢ Offensively, Alabama is hitting .238 on the season – a mark that ranks 57th in the country and eighth in the SEC. Junior Andrea McQuaid leads the team with a .265 attacking clip (min. 100 kills). McQuaid has 203 kills on the season. Senior outside hitter Kayla Fitterer leads the Tide with 248 kills and a 3.65 kill per set average. That mark ranks seventh in the SEC. ¢ Defensively, Alabama is led at the net by sophomore middle blocker Katherine White. The Mobile, Ala., native has 68 total blocks and is averaging 0.79 rejections per set on the year. White ranks 20th in the league in blocks. In the back row, ’Bama has six with over 115 digs and is led by junior Cristina Arenas. She ranks 14th in the SEC with 3.49 digs pet set and has 304 total scoops. ¢ Ed Allen is in his second year at Alabama and has an overall record of 25-30. He served as the head coach at Tulsa, Presbyterian and Anderson University and owns a career head coaching record of 519-213.


1 BIANCA ARELLANO 5-8 • FR • S Phoenix, Ariz.

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2 NIKKI BRICE

5-8 • SO • DS Fullerton, Calif.

KELSEY ROBINSON

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MARY POLLMILLER

MEGAN HATCHER

5-10 • SO • S Littleton, Colo.

ROB PATRICK

Head Coach 16th Year at Tennessee

STEPHANIE STOLL 6-2 • RS-SO • MB Bellevue, Wash.

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DEEDEE HARRISON 6-4 • RS-SR • MB Nashville, Tenn.

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6-2 • JR • OH Bartlett, Ill.

4 OLIVIA OKORO

5-5 • FR • DS Knoxville, Tenn.

RACHEL COOPER

Assistant Coach 2nd Year at Tennessee

5-6 • JR • L Nashville, Tenn.

6-2 • FR • MB Alameda, Calif.

6-3 • SO • MB Wheaton, Ill.

11 LESLIE CIKRA

13 WHITNEY HEERES

6-4 • SR • RSH Chagrin Falls, Ohio

23 ALEX LYNCH

SHEALYN KOLOSKY

6-1 • SO • MB Carrolton, Texas

10 ELLEN MULLINS

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6-3 • JR • OH Flushing, Mich.

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JASMINE BROWN

MERCEDES VAUGHN

5-8 • SR • DS Chattanooga, Tenn.

ALAN EDWARDS

Assistant Coach 2nd Year at Tennessee

6-1 • RS-FR • MB Folcroft, Pa.

JENNA DOVER

Director of Operations 2nd Year at Tennessee

7 TIFFANY BAKER 6-4 • SO • OH Carrolton, Texas

14 KAYLA JETER

5-11 • RS-SR • OH Solon, Ohio

32 ASHLYN SUNSERI 5-11 • FR • OH Knoxville, Tenn.

RUSS FRIEDLAND Volunteer Asst. Coach 1st Year at Tennessee

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PLAYER NOTES #1 BIANCA ARELLANO

S, 5-8, FR., PHOENIX, ARIZ. 2012 ¢ Totaled a career-best nine digs against Missouri (10/5) ¢ Posted a career-best 25 assists and tied a career high with seven digs vs. South Carolina (9/23) ¢ Notched 18 assists in a 3-1 win over Cincinnati (8/25) CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. A DIGS D/S TB 2012 61 19 2 0.03 .125 74 54 0.89 0 TOTAL 61 19 2 0.03 .125 74 54 0.89 0 CAREER HIGHS Kills: 1, 2x, last vs. South Carolina (9/23/12) Attacks: 3 vs. South Carolina (9/23/12) Hitting Pct.: .500 vs. Cincinnati (8/25/12) Assists: 25 vs. South Carolina (9/23/12) Aces: 2, 2x, last at Wichita State (9/2/12) Solo Blocks: -Block Assists: -Total Blocks: Digs: 9 vs. Missouri (10/5/12)

#7 TIFFANY BAKER

OH, 6-4, SO., CARROLLTON, TEXAS 2012 ¢ Hit a career-high .636 with 15 kills on 22 attacks and just one error at Texas A&M (10/19) ¢ Bested career high with 24 kills and had 10 digs for a double-double at LSU (10/10) ¢ Posted 23 kills and a career-high 16 digs vs. Mizzou (10/5) ¢ Had a career-best three solo blocks vs. South Carolina (9/23) ¢ Hit .414 with 15 kills at Maryland (9/8) ¢ Recorded 19 kills against Colorado State (8/31) ¢ 10 kills, four blocks and hit .529 vs. Cincinnati (8/24) CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. A 2011 103 29 255 2.48 .256 6 2012 76 19 241 3.17 .271 7 TOTAL 179 48 496 2.77 .263 13

DIGS D/S TB 152 1.48 64 123 1.62 36 275 1.54 100

CAREER HIGHS Kills: 24 at LSU (10/10/12) Attacks: 60 at LSU (10/10/12) Hitting Pct.: .636 at Texas A&M (10/19/12) Assists: 3 vs. South Carolina (9/23/12) Aces: 3 vs. Colorado State (8/31/12) Solo Blocks: 3 vs. South Carolina (9/23/12) Block Assists: 7 vs. Ohio State (12/2/11) Total Blocks: 8 vs. Ohio State (12/2/11) Digs: 16 vs. Missouri (10/5/12)

#2 NIKKI BRICE

DS, 5-8, SO., FULLERTON, CALIF. 2012 ¢ Recorded eight digs in a sweep over Texas A&M (10/19) ¢ Picked up two aces in a sweep at Arkansas (10/14) ¢ Totaled a career-best 15 digs at Mizzou (9/12) ¢ Posted nine digs and one ace against BYU (9/1) ¢ Picked up seven digs, one assist and one ace in five-set win over then-No. 10 Iowa State (8/25) CAREER STATS SP MP K 2011 120 32 1 2012 69 19 0 TOTAL 189 51 1

K/S Pct. A 0.01 .333 18 0.00 .000 10 0.01 .333 28

CAREER HIGHS Kills: 1 vs. Florida (10/28/11) Attacks: 1, 3x, last vs. Florida (10/28/11) Hitting Pct.: -Assists: 2, 6x, last at Alabama (9/16/12) Aces: 4 at Georgia (10/23/11) Solo Blocks: -Block Assists: -Total Blocks: -Digs: 15 at Missouri (9/12/12)

DIGS D/S TB 228 1.90 0 88 1.28 0 316 1.67 0

#18 MEGAN HATCHER

#24 JASMINE BROWN

DS/S, 5-8, SR., CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 2012 ¢ Set a new career high with 14 digs at LSU (10/10) ¢ Posted 10 digs at Wichita State (9/2) CAREER STATS SP MP K 2009 26 11 0 2010 12 10 0 2011 106 32 0 2012 65 19 0 TOTAL 209 72 0

K/S Pct. A 0.00 .000 0 0.00 .000 2 0.00 .000 5 0.00 .000 5 0.00 .000 12

DIGS D/S TB 11 0.42 0 5 0.42 0 85 0.80 0 67 1.03 0 168 0.80 0

CAREER HIGHS Kills: -Attacks: -Hitting Pct.: -Assists: 2, 4x, last at Missouri (9/12/12) Aces: 3 at Alabama (11/13/11) Solo Blocks: -Block Assists: -Total Blocks: -Digs: 14 at LSU (10/10/12)

RSH, 6-4, SR., CHAGRIN FALLS, OHIO 2012 ¢ Matched career high with seven blocks vs. Georgia (10/7) ¢ Tied career high with seven blocks at Alabama (9/16) ¢ Totaled 19 kills while hitting .692 at Maryland (9/8) ¢ Notched career-best .765 hitting pct. with 13 kills and no errors vs. George Washington (9/7) ¢ Hit .306, had 14 kills and tied a career high with three solo blocks at Wichita State (9/2) CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. A 2009 102 32 153 1.50 .143 3 2010 109 31 215 1.97 .298 6 2011 98 27 272 2.78 .313 4 2012 67 17 174 2.60 .276 4 TOTAL 376 107 814 2.16 .262 17

DIGS D/S TB 33 0.32 45 35 0.32 72 32 0.83 63 32 0.48 61 132 0.35 241

CAREER HIGHS Kills: 20 vs. Indiana (12/4/10) Attacks: 41 vs. Colorado State (9/12/09) Hitting Pct.: .765 vs. George Washington (9/7/12) Assists: 2, 2x, last vs. South Carolina (9/23/12) Aces: 1 vs. Northwestern (9/10/10) Solo Blocks: 3 at Wichita State (9/2/12) Block Assists: 7, 2x, last vs. Georgia (10/7/12) Total Blocks: 7, 3x, last vs. Georgia (10/7/12) Digs: 5, 2x, last at Georgia (10/23/11)

#8 DEEDEE HARRISON

MB, 6-4, R-SR., NASHVILLE, TENN. 2012 ¢ Tied a season-high with 11 kills and added seven blocks at Arkansas (10/14) ¢ Set a new career best with nine blocks against Georgia (10/7) ¢ Totaled 11 kills and hit .350 at Mizzou (9/12) ¢ Finished with nine kills and a match-high seven blocks in a 3-1 win over Cincinnati (8/25) DIGS D/S TB 1 25 22 16 64

CAREER HIGHS Kills: 16 vs. Northwestern (9/10/10) Attacks: 27 vs. Kentucky (11/23/11) Hitting Pct.: .733 vs. Alabama (11/11/11) Assists: 1, 4x, last vs. Missouri (10/5/12) Aces: -Solo Blocks: 3, 2x, last vs. Duke (12/1/11) Block Assists: 8, vs. Georgia (10/7/12) Total Blocks: 9 vs. Georgia (10/7/12) Digs: 3, 5x, last at Missouri (9/12/12)

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CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. A DIGS D/S TB 2012 11 5 0 .000 .000 0 1 0.09 0.00 TOTAL 11 5 0 .000 .000 0 1 0.09 0.00 CAREER HIGHS Kills: -Attacks: -Hitting Pct.: -Assists: -Aces: -Solo Blocks: -Block Assists: -Total Blocks: -Digs: 1 vs. Cincinnati (8/25/12)

#13 WHITNEY HEERES

#11 LESLIE CIKRA

CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. A 2008 DNP 2009 15 9 13 0.87 .188 0 2010 114 32 240 2.11 .323 4 2011 119 32 288 2.42 .310 1 2012 53 14 97 1.83 .196 1 TOTAL 301 87 638 2.12 .291 6

DS, 5-5, FR., KNOXVILLE, TENN. 2012 ¢ Recorded one dig in a 3-1 win over Cincinnati (8/25)

0.07 12 0.22 102 0.18 136 0.30 57 0.21 307

OH, 6-3, JR., FLUSHING, MICH. 2011 AT BALL STATE ¢ Played in 31 matches, earning 14 starts ¢ Recorded season-high 18 kills vs. Northern Illinois (Sept. 30) ¢ Hit season-best .346 vs. St. Louis (Nov. 26) CAREER STATS (at BALL STATE) SP MP K K/S Pct. A 2010 109 29 340 3.12 .206 3 2011 90 31 203 2.26 .173 3 2012 TOTAL 199 60 543 2.73 .193 6

DIGS D/S TB 59 0.54 27 32 0.36 26 91

0.46 53

CAREER HIGHS (UT) Kills: -Attacks: -Hitting Pct.: -Assists: -Aces: -Solo Blocks: -Block Assists: -Total Blocks: -Digs: --

#14 KAYLA JETER

OH, 5-11, R-SR., SOLON, OHIO 2012 ¢ Recorded second straight double-double with 13 kills and 10 digs at LSU (10/10) ¢ Totaled a career-best 27 kills, hit .444 with just three errors on 54 attempts and added 12 digs for her first double-double of the season vs. Georgia (10/7) ¢ Posted 12 kills and .375 attacking clip vs. South Carolina (9/23) ¢ Notched seven kills, nine digs and hit .375 at Mizzou (9/12) ¢ Recorded eight kills and a career-best two solo blocks vs. George Washington (9/7) ¢ Had seven kills, four blocks and one ace at Wichita State (9/2) ¢ Posted seven kills, two digs, two blocks and hit an even .500 against Cincinnati (8/25) CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. A 2008 42 19 27 0.64 .093 2 2009 121 32 353 2.92 .251 6 2010 114 32 340 2.98 .304 10 2011 DNP 2012 66 18 128 1.94 .236 9 TOTAL 343 101 848 2.47 .260 27

DIGS D/S TB 31 0.74 14 97 0.80 70 184 1.61 76 56 0.85 36 368 1.07 196

CAREER HIGHS Kills: 27 vs. Georgia (10/7/12) Attacks: 54 vs. Georgia (10/7/12) Hitting Pct.: .567 vs. South Carolina (11/22/09) Assists: 2 at LSU (10/10/12) Aces: 2, 2x, last vs. Missouri (10/5/12) Solo Blocks: 2, 2x, last vs. Missouri (10/5/12) Block Assists: 7, 2x, last vs. South Carolina (11/25/09) Total Blocks: 7, 2x, last vs. South Carolina (11/25/09) Digs: 13 vs. Kentucky (11/29/10)


#6 SHEALYN KOLOSKY

#4 OLIVIA OKORO

MB, 6-3, SO., WHEATON, ILL. 2012 ¢ Had five kills in a 3-2 win over Georgia (10/7) ¢ Recorded a match-high eight blocks and added a career-best four digs in her first match back from injury at Alabama (9/16)

MB, 6-1, SO., CARROLLTON, TEXAS 2012 ¢ Posted career highs in kills (7), attacks 913) and hitting percentage (.462) in 3-0 sweep at Texas A&M (10/19) ¢ Recorded career highs in kills (3) and hitting percentage (.222) while adding four blocks at Arkansas (10/14)

CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. A 2011 122 32 186 1.52 .271 2 2012 16 6 15 0.94 .143 1 TOTAL 138 38 201 1.46 .260 3

CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. A DIGS D/S TB 2012 17 8 12 0.71 .258 0 3 0.18 15 TOTAL 17 8 12 0.71 .258 0 3 0.18 15

DIGS D/S TB 26 0.21 95 8 0.50 11 34 0.25 106

CAREER HIGHS Kills: 11 vs. Ohio State (12/2/11) Attacks: 25 vs. Kentucky (10/12/11) Hitting Pct.: .769 vs. Seton Hall (10/9/11) Assists: 1, 3x, last vs. Missouri (10/5/12) Aces: 2 vs. Arkansas (10/2/11) Solo Blocks: 2, 2x, last vs. Kentucky (11/23/11) Block Assists: 10 vs. Ohio State (12/2/11) Total Blocks: 10 vs. Ohio State (12/2/11) Digs: 4 at Alabama (9/16/12)

#23 ALEX LYNCH

MB, 6-2, FR., ALAMEDA, CALIF. HIGH SCHOOL ¢ 2009 and 2010 HAAL Leage Champions and North Coast Section Champions ¢ 2009 First Team All-League ¢ 2008 Second Team All-League CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. A DIGS D/S TB 2012 TOTAL CAREER HIGHS Kills: -Attacks: -Hitting Pct.: -Assists: -Aces: -Solo Blocks: -Block Assists: -Total Blocks: -Digs: --

#10 ELLEN MULLINS

L/DS, 5-6, JR., NASHVILLE, TENN. 2012 ¢ Averaged 6.0 digs per set with 18 total scoops at Texas A&M (10/19) ¢ Set a new career high with four aces and added 17 digs in a 3-0 win at Arkansas (10/14) ¢ Compiled 30+ digs for the second time in three matches with 32 at LSU (10/10) ¢ Posted a career-high 34 digs vs. Missouri (10/5), a single-match mark that stands seventh all-time in the UT record books and second in the rally scoring era. ¢ Finished with 22 digs vs. the Gamecocks (9/23) ¢ Had 22 digs and five assists at Maryland (9/8) ¢ Posted 21 digs in five-set win at Wichita State (9/2) CAREER STATS SP MP K 2010 73 26 1 2011 124 32 1 2012 76 19 1 TOTAL 273 77 3

K/S Pct. A DIGS D/S TB 0.01 .500 19 149 2.04 0 0.01 -.200 65 471 3.80 0 0.01 .500 44 323 4.25 0 0.01 .000 128 943 3.45 0

CAREER HIGHS Kills: 1, 3x, last vs. BYU (9/1/12) Attacks: 2 vs. Seton Hall (9/10/11) Hitting Pct.: -Assists: 7 vs. Missouri (10/5/12) Aces: 4 at Arkansas (10/14/12) Solo Blocks: -Block Assists: -Total Blocks: -Digs: 34 vs. Missouri (10/5/12)

CAREER HIGHS Kills: 7 at Texas A&M (10/19/12) Attacks: 13 at Texas A&M (10/19/12) Hitting Pct.: .462 at Texas A&M (10/19/12) Assists: -Aces: -Solo Blocks: -Block Assists: 5 at LSU (10/10/12) Total Blocks: 5 at LSU (10/10/12) Digs: 2 at LSU (10/10/12)

#15 MARY POLLMILLER

S, 5-10, SO., LITTLETON, COLO. 2012 ¢ Led UT to .381 attacking clip with 46-assist, 10-dig performance at Texas A&M (10/19) - 10th double-double of 2012 ¢ Posted eighth double-double of the season with 64 assists and 16 digs at LSU (10/10) ¢ Became the seventh Lady Vol to eclipse 2,000-career assists with 45 helpers vs. South Carolina (9/23) ¢ Had a season-high 66 assists at Mizzou (9/12) ¢ Became the second player in program history to post a triple-double with 49 assists, 14 digs and a career-best 11 kills at Wichita State (9/2) CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. A A/S DIGS TB 2011 124 32 74 0.60 .254 1,480 11.94 260 49 2012 76 19 48 0.63 .293 820 10.79 183 24 TOTAL 200 51 122 0.61 .268 2,300 11.50 443 73 CAREER HIGHS Kills: 11 at Wichita State (9/2/12) Attacks: 17 at Wichita State (9/2/12) Hitting Pct.: .588 at Wichita State (9/2/12) Assists: 69 at Ole Miss (11/11/11) Aces: 2, 2x, last vs. BYU (9/1/12) Solo Blocks: 2 vs. Villanova (8/27/11) Block Assists: 5 vs. Ohio State (12/2/11) Total Blocks: 5 vs. Ohio State (12/2/11) Digs: 19 vs. Ohio State (12/2/11)

#9 KELSEY ROBINSON

OH, 6-2, JR., BARTLETT, ILL. 2012 ¢ Became fifth Lady Vol to surpass 1,000 career kills and digs with nine-dig, 14-kill effort at Texas A&M (10/19) ¢ Posted 40th career double-doule with 15 kills and 10 digs in a 3-0 win at Arkansas (10/14) ¢ Became the 18th Lady Vol to eclipse the 1,000-kill mark with an 18-kill, 17-dig and career-best nine block effort at LSU (10/10) ¢ Notched 21 kills and 22 digs vs. South Carolina (9/23) ¢ Recorded 23 kills and 24 digs in SEC opener at Mizzou (9/12) ¢ Posted 24 kills, 22 digs and four blocks against BYU (9/1) ¢ Recorded career-high 29 kills and 14 digs against ISU (8/25) CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. 2010 102 29 184 1.80 .178 2011 124 32 561 4.52 .255 2012 66 18 294 4.45 .238 TOTAL 292 79 1,039 3.56 .236

A 50 58 37 145

DIGS D/S TB 367 3.60 34 391 3.15 54 246 3.73 42 1,004 3.44 130

CAREER HIGHS Kills: 29 vs. Iowa State (8/25/12) Attacks: 74 vs. Dayton (9/3/11) Hitting Pct.: .586 vs. Boston College (9/8/12) Assists: 6 at Wichita State (9/2/12) Aces: 5, 2x, last vs. Iowa State (8/25/12) Solo Blocks: 4 vs. Boston College (9/8/12) Block Assists: 7 at LSU (10/10/12) Total Blocks: 9 at LSU (10/10/12) Digs: 27 vs. Arkansas (10/8/10)

#3 STEPHANIE STOLL

MB, 6-2, R-SO., BELLEVUE, WASH. 2012 ¢ Tied career highs with four kills and one solo block vs. Boston College (9/8) ¢ Posted two kills, a dig and four blocks vs. George Washington (9/7) ¢ Made first appearance since returning to the team vs. Cincinnati (8/25) CAREER STATS SP MP K 2011 18 10 11 2012 10 6 6 TOTAL 28 16 17

K/S Pct. A 0.61 .273 0 0.60 .429 0 0.61 .333 0

DIGS D/S TB 1 0.06 13 1 0.10 7 2 0.07 20

CAREER HIGHS Kills: 4, 2x, last vs. Boston College (9/8/12) Attacks: 7 vs. George Washington (9/7/12) Hitting Pct.: .333 vs. Houston (9/3/11) Assists: -Aces: -Solo Blocks: 1, 2x, last vs. Boston College (9/8/12) Block Assists: 5 at Mississippi State (10/16/11) Total Blocks: 5 at Mississippi State (10/16/11) Digs: 1, 2x, last vs. George Washington (9/7/12)

#32 ASHLYN SUNSERI

OH, 5-11, FR., KNOXVILLE, TENN. HIGH SCHOOL ¢ 2012 Alabama 6A Second Team All-State ¢ 2010-11 Conference Champions ¢ Two-year Team Captain CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. A DIGS D/S TB 2012 TOTAL CAREER HIGHS Kills: -Attacks: -Hitting Pct.: -Assists: -Aces: -Solo Blocks: -Block Assists: -Total Blocks: -Digs: --

#30 MERCEDES VAUGHN

MB, 6-1, R-FR., FOLCROFT, PA. 2012 ¢ Tied a career best with two solo blocks in a four set win over South Carolina (9/23) ¢ Recorded a career-best nine kills and hit .368 at Alabama (9/16) ¢ Tallied career-high seven kills and four blocks vs. Boston College (9/8) ¢ Totaled five kills, a dig and a career-best six blocks vs. George Washington (9/7) ¢ Had four kills and three blocks at Wichita State (9/2) ¢ Posted four kills and finished with five blocks vs. BYU (9/1) CAREER STATS SP MP K K/S Pct. A DIGS D/S TB 2012 59 17 60 1.02 .209 1 8 0.14 47 TOTAL 59 17 60 1.02 .209 1 8 0.14 47 CAREER HIGHS Kills: 9 at Alabama (9/16/12) Attacks: 19 at Alabama (9/16/12) Hitting Pct.: .385 at Maryland (9/8/12) Assists: 1 at Alabama (9/16/12) Aces: -Solo Blocks: 2, 2x, last vs. South Carolina (9/23/12) Block Assists: 5, 2x, last vs. BYU (9/1/12) Total Blocks: 6 vs. George Washington (9/7/12) Digs: 2 vs. Georgia (10/7/12)

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2012 Lady Vol Volleyball Tennessee Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 27, 2012) All matches Overall record: 14-6 Conf: 7-4 Home: 5-3 Away: 6-2 Neutral: 3-1

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9 7 11 14 8 30 15 4 6 3 1 10 24 18 2

Player

Kelsey Robinson Tiffany Baker Leslie Cikra Kayla Jeter DeeDee Harrison Mercedes Vaughn Mary Pollmiller Olivia Okoro Shealyn Kolosky Stephanie Stoll Bianca Arellano Ellen Mullins Jasmine Brown Megan Hatcher Nikki Brice TENNESSEE Opponents

Team Statistics ATTACK Ki l l s Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct Kills/Set SET As s i s t s Attempts Assist Pct Assists/Set SERVE Aces Errors Attempts Serve Pct Aces/Set SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors Errors/Set Attempts Reception Pct DEFENSE Digs Digs/Set BLOCKING Block Solo Block Assist Total Blocks Blocks/Set Block Errors Ball handling errors ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral site #/Avg Current win streak Home win streak

sp

71 81 70 71 58 59 81 22 17 10 63 81 68 11 73 81 81

k

k/s

Attack e

311 4.38 116 259 3.20 85 175 2.50 57 128 1.80 50 105 1.81 55 60 1.02 28 51 0.63 12 16 0.73 7 15 0.88 9 6 0.60 0 2 0.03 1 1 0.01 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1129 13.94 420 980 12.10 433 UT

OPP

1129 420 2927 .242 13.9

980 433 2867 .191 12.1

1063 2927 .363 13.1

906 2850 .318 11.2

78 188 1804 .896 1.0

56 124 1678 .926 0.7

56 0.7 1550 .964

78 1.0 1611 .952

1282 15.8

1191 14.7

57 304 209.0 2.6 38 14

58 276 196.0 2.4 35 24

10009 8/1251 4/934 0 0

12558 8/1570

ta

845 627 435 365 258 153 134 44 42 14 8 2 0 0 0 2927 2867

pct

Set a a/s

.231 37 0.52 .278 7 0.09 .271 4 0.06 .214 11 0.15 .194 1 0.02 .209 1 0.02 .291 861 10.63 .205 1 0.05 .143 1 0.06 .429 0 0.00 .125 74 1.17 .500 49 0.60 .000 5 0.07 .000 0 0.00 .000 11 0.15 .242 1063 13.12 .191 906 11.19 Date

$Aug 24 $Aug 25 $Aug 25 #Aug 31 #Sept 1 #Sept 2 &Sep 07 &Sep 08 &Sep 08 *Sep 12 *Sep 16 *Sep 21 *Sep 23 *Sep 26 *Oct 05 *Oct 07 *Oct 10 *Oct 14 *Oct 19 *Oct 26

sa

Serve se sa/s

20 42 9 23 0 1 4 9 0 6 0 0 4 17 0 0 1 6 0 3 9 25 11 24 7 18 0 1 13 13 78 188 56 124

0.28 0.11 0.00 0.06 0.00 0.00 0.05 0.00 0.06 0.00 0.14 0.14 0.10 0.00 0.18 0.96 0.69

re

8 8 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 18 0 0 7 56 78

Dig dig dig/s

258 3.63 126 1.56 33 0.47 64 0.90 19 0.33 8 0.14 193 2.38 6 0.27 8 0.47 1 0.10 54 0.86 352 4.35 69 1.01 1 0.09 90 1.23 1282 15.83 1191 14.70

Opponent #12 FLORIDA STATE CINCINNATI #10 IOWA STATE vs #24 Colorado State vs BYU at Wichita State vs George Washington vs Boston College at Maryland at Mizzou at Alabama ARKANSAS SOUTH CAROLINA at Kentucky MIZZOU GEORGIA at LSU at Arkansas at Texas A&M KENTUCKY

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

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

bs

Blocking ba total blk/s be bhe

17 28 45 11 28 39 7 54 61 6 34 40 7 58 65 6 41 47 2 25 27 0 19 19 0 11 11 1 6 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 57 304 209.0 58 276 196.0

0.63 0.48 0.87 0.56 1.12 0.80 0.33 0.86 0.65 0.70 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.58 2.42

1 11 1 4 10 6 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 38 35

Score by set 25-27,15-25,21-25 25-12,23-25,25-19,25-14 20-25,26-24,19-25,25-20,15-4 25-22,23-25,27-25,22-25,15-11 25-17,20-25,21-25,17-25 25-19,28-26,22-25,24-26,15-9 25-20,25-22,25-16 25-9,25-11,25-18 25-19,25-12,36-34 25-20,25-14,25-27,21-25,9-15 19-25,25-17,25-15,25-15 21-25,25-20,17-25,17-25 25-14,25-20,23-25,25-23 15-25,21-25,20-25 25-12,23-25,27-25,22-25,15-11 24-26,16-25,25-22,25-21,16-14 15-25,26-24,24-26,25-21,15-7 25-22,25-22,25-16 25-21,25-19,25-21 25-21,29-27,14-25,22-25,5-15

$ - Comcast Lady Vol Classic # - Shocker Volleyball Classic & - SpringHill Suites at Arundel Mills Invitational Record in 3-set matches:5-2 • Record in 4-set matches:3-2 • Record in 5-set matches:6-2

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points

0 362.0 0 293.0 0 209.0 0 155.0 1 141.0 0 86.5 9 69.5 0 25.5 0 21.5 0 10.0 2 11.0 1 12.0 1 7.0 0 0.0 0 13.0 14 1416.0 24 1232.0 Att. 1097 1762 1762 2387 1187 2576 104 56 327 3114 897 1144 1052 1726 1102 1064 1421 894 1603 1026


2012 Lady Vol Volleyball Tennessee Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 27, 2012) Conference matches RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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7 9 14 8 11 30 15 4 6 1 24 3 10 2

Player

Tiffany Baker Kelsey Robinson Kayla Jeter DeeDee Harrison Leslie Cikra Mercedes Vaughn Mary Pollmiller Olivia Okoro Shealyn Kolosky Bianca Arellano Jasmine Brown Stephanie Stoll Ellen Mullins Nikki Brice TEAM TENNESSEE Opponents

Team Statistics ATTACK Ki l l s Errors Total Attacks Attack Pct Kills/Set SET As s i s t s Attempts Assist Pct Assists/Set SERVE Aces Errors Attempts Serve Pct Aces/Set SERVE RECEPTIONS Errors Errors/Set Attempts Reception Pct DEFENSE Digs Digs/Set BLOCKING Block Solo Block Assist Total Blocks Blocks/Set Block Errors Ball handling errors ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral site #/Avg Current win streak Home win streak

sp

46 39 41 43 35 27 46 16 17 34 36 2 46 39 46 46

k

OVERALL 7-4 7-4 0-0

k/s

Attack e

155 3.37 49 151 3.87 59 91 2.22 32 78 1.81 39 65 1.86 28 28 1.04 11 26 0.57 7 16 1.00 7 15 0.88 9 1 0.03 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 626 13.61 241 577 12.54 243 UT

OPP

626 241 1690 .228 13.6

577 243 1701 .196 12.5

594 1714 .347 12.9

536 1687 .318 11.7

40 89 1000 .911 0.9

41 66 968 .932 0.9

41 0.9 902 .955

40 0.9 911 .956

786 17.1

718 15.6

29 168 113.0 2.5 21 9

33 170 118.0 2.6 22 13

5388 5/1078 0/0 0 0

9655 6/1609

ta

371 454 239 190 200 72 79 40 42 3 0 0 0 0 1690 1701

pct

HOME 3-2 3-2 0-0 Set a a/s

.286 5 0.11 .203 11 0.28 .247 7 0.17 .205 1 0.02 .185 4 0.11 .236 1 0.04 .241 489 10.63 .225 1 0.06 .143 1 0.06 .333 36 1.06 .000 4 0.11 .000 0 0.00 .000 29 0.63 .000 5 0.13 .228 594 12.91 .196 536 11.65 Date

*Sep 12 *Sep 16 *Sep 21 *Sep 23 *Sep 26 *Oct 05 *Oct 07 *Oct 10 *Oct 14 *Oct 19 *Oct 26

sa

6 8 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 4 0 7 9 40 41

AWAY 4-2 4-2 0-0

Serve se sa/s

16 23 5 3 0 0 4 0 6 11 6 0 6 9 89 66

0.13 0.21 0.07 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.00 0.06 0.03 0.11 0.00 0.15 0.23 0.87 0.89

re

7 5 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 15 4 6 41 40

Dig dig dig/s

80 1.74 144 3.69 51 1.24 14 0.33 21 0.60 4 0.15 116 2.52 5 0.31 8 0.47 29 0.85 45 1.25 0 0.00 219 4.76 50 1.28 786 17.09 718 15.61

Opponent at Mizzou at Alabama ARKANSAS SOUTH CAROLINA at Kentucky MIZZOU GEORGIA at LSU at Arkansas at Texas A&M KENTUCKY

L W L W L W W W W W L

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

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

bs

Blocking ba total blk/s be bhe

7 13 20 8 19 27 3 15 18 6 44 50 0 27 27 3 12 15 2 11 13 0 14 14 0 11 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 168 113.0 33 170 118.0

0.43 4 0.69 1 0.44 3 1.16 10 0.77 0 0.56 0 0.28 3 0.88 0 0.65 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 1.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 - 2.46 21 2.57 22

0 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 9 13

Score by set 25-20,25-14,25-27,21-25,9-15 19-25,25-17,25-15,25-15 21-25,25-20,17-25,17-25 25-14,25-20,23-25,25-23 15-25,21-25,20-25 25-12,23-25,27-25,22-25,15-11 24-26,16-25,25-22,25-21,16-14 15-25,26-24,24-26,25-21,15-7 25-22,25-22,25-16 25-21,25-19,25-21 25-21,29-27,14-25,22-25,5-15

points

174.5 176.5 104.5 106.0 78.5 37.0 34.5 23.0 21.5 2.0 4.0 1.0 7.0 9.0 779.0 736.0 Att. 3114 897 1144 1052 1726 1102 1064 1421 894 1603 1026

$ - Comcast Lady Vol Classic # - Shocker Volleyball Classic & - SpringHill Suites at Arundel Mills Invitational Record in 3-set matches: 2-1 Record in 4-set matches: 2-1 Record in 5-set matches: 3-2

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2012 Lady Vol Volleyball Tennessee Match Results (as of Oct 27, 2012) All matches

$ $ $ # # # & & & * * * * * * * * * * *

Date Aug 24 Aug 25 Aug 25 Aug 31 Sept 1 Sept 2 Sep 07 Sep 08 Sep 08 Sep 12 Sep 16 Sep 21 Sep 23 Sep 26 Oct 05 Oct 07 Oct 10 Oct 14 Oct 19 Oct 26

Opponent #12 FLORIDA STATE CINCINNATI #10 IOWA STATE vs #24 Colorado State vs BYU at Wichita State vs George Washington vs Boston College at Maryland at Mizzou at Alabama ARKANSAS SOUTH CAROLINA at Kentucky MIZZOU GEORGIA at LSU at Arkansas at Texas A&M KENTUCKY

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

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

Score-by-set 25-27,15-25,21-25 25-12,23-25,25-19,25-14 20-25,26-24,19-25,25-20,15-4 25-22,23-25,27-25,22-25,15-11 25-17,20-25,21-25,17-25 25-19,28-26,22-25,24-26,15-9 25-20,25-22,25-16 25-9,25-11,25-18 25-19,25-12,36-34 25-20,25-14,25-27,21-25,9-15 19-25,25-17,25-15,25-15 21-25,25-20,17-25,17-25 25-14,25-20,23-25,25-23 15-25,21-25,20-25 25-12,23-25,27-25,22-25,15-11 24-26,16-25,25-22,25-21,16-14 15-25,26-24,24-26,25-21,15-7 25-22,25-22,25-16 25-21,25-19,25-21 25-21,29-27,14-25,22-25,5-15

$ - Comcast Lady Vol Classic # - Shocker Volleyball Classic & - SpringHill Suites at Arundel Mills Invitational

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: 3 sets: 4 sets: 5 sets:

W-L-T 14-6 7-4 5-3 6-2 3-1 5-2 3-2 6-2

Attend Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 20 8 8 4

Total 26301 10009 12558 3734

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Avg. 1315 1251 1570 934

Overall 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2 5-2 6-2 7-2 7-3 8-3 8-4 9-4 9-5 10-5 11-5 12-5 13-5 14-5 14-6

Conf 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 3-3 4-3 5-3 6-3 7-3 7-4

Time 1:37 1:44 2:23 2:33 1:55 2:26 78 mi 72 mi 93 mi 2:23 1:45 1:55 1:55 1:28 2:25 2:23 2:22 1:30 1:27 2:28

Att. 1097 1762 1762 2387 1187 2576 104 56 327 3114 897 1144 1052 1726 1102 1064 1421 894 1603 1026

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