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About UWSP The University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point was founded in 1894 as a teachers college. -

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UWSP serves the Central Wisconsin area and is cen-

trally located midway between Milwaukee and Minneapolis on the Wisconsin River. -

With more than 9,000 students (47% male, 53%

female), UWSP employs over 400 faculty/teaching academic staff and has the highest percentage of undergraduate courses taught by regular faculty in the UW System. -

UWSP is consistantly one of the top Public Mid-

western Universities-Master’s in U.S. News and World Report’s College Rankings. -

Conveniently located in the center of Wisconsin, the Stevens Point area has something for everyone! Nestled among an abundance of green space and waterways, enjoy our cross country ski trails, numerous hiking and biking trails or a game of golf. Visit quaint shops in our historic downtown district, explore museums and art galleries and take in a special event and tour.

46 percent of new freshman rank in the top 25

percent of their high school class and boast an average ACT score of 23. -

UWSP students benefit from average class sizes of

28 and get personal attention with a student/faculty ratio of 22:1. -

UWSP offers over 100 undergraduate program

choices within 54 majors and 67 minors in four colleges: College of Fine Arts and Communication, College of Letters and Sciences, College of Natural Resources and College of Professional Studies. UWSP also offers 13 graduate programs including a doctorate in audiology with UW-Madison. -

At the heart of the UW-Stevens Point campus is the new Dreyfus University Center. Its dining options, services, and amenities make it a fixture of everyday campus life. Visitors and the area community enjoy the Dreyfus University Center as well, and the facility is site of numerous events and conferences for off-campus customers who take advantage of such an impressive facility located in the heart of Wisconsin.

UWSP has a tremendous impact on the Central

Wisconsin community, bringing in an estimated $378 million dollars to the area each year. It is estimated that $78 million is spent by students and another $25 million is spent by visitors to campus. -

UWSP boasts the nation’s 28th-ranked International

Program with over 21 percent of all bachelor’s degree recipients having studied abroad. -

UWSP’s campus is nearly 400 acres and has 35

buildings including 14 residence halls and the 275 acre Schmeeckle Nature Reserve that features a 24 acre lake, Lake Joanis.

The DeBot Center has undergone several renovations over the past several years and serves as one of the main dining facilities for students. DeBot is open seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The lower level features a convience store and a made-to-order market where students can purchase food through their meal plan.


UWSP Dr. Bernie L. Patterson took over as Chancellor at UWStevens Point in July of 2010, becoming the 14th chancellor in the 116 year history of the university. Chancellor Patterson came to UWSP after serving as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Oklahoma City University since 2002.

MISSION STATEMENT

UW-Stevens Point shares in the mission of the University of Wisconsin System. The mission of this system is to develop human resources, to discover and disseminate knowledge, to extend knowledge and its application beyond the boundaries of its campuses, and to serve and stimulate society by developing in students heightened intellectual, cultural, and humane sensitivities; scientific, professional, and technological expertise; and a sense of purpose. Inherent in this broad mission are methods of instruction, research, extended education, and public service designed to educate people and improve the human condition. Basic to every purpose of the system is the search for truth.

UWSP will open it’s newest residence hall in the fall of 2011. The suite-style dorm will be five stories tall and include 82 suites, room for 328 student beds. The building will obtain at least a silver LEED green building certification. UW-Stevens Point is again ranked as one of the best public universities in the Midwest. U.S. News and World Report places UWSP in the Top Ten Regional Universities in its 2011 rankings. UWSP has become a perennial all-star in the U.S News rankings, which take into account such factors as a school’s student retention and graduate rates, average class size, and the academic talent of the freshman class.

The College of Natural Resources at the UWSP is the nation’s largest and premier undergraduate institution for natural resources and environmental management.

Pointers have developed a reputation as one of the most involved and connected student bodies in the Midwest. With over 180 active organizations open to any student and a campus culture that promotes involvement, it’s easy to explore your areas of interest, as well as experience those you may just be curious about!

For More Information

Visit us online at http://www.uwsp.edu for more information about all the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has to offer!


ABOUT UWSP VOLLEYBALL UW-Stevens Point Quick Facts

Sports Information

Founded:...............................................1894

Sports Information Director:..... Mitch Capelle

First Year of Volleyball:.........................1972

Sports Information Contact:........ Gregor Walz

Enrollment:..........................................9,000

Office Phone:............................715-346-2840

Nickname:.........................................Pointers

FAX Number:............................715-346-3626

Colors:....................................... Purple & Gold

Email:................. sports.information@uwsp.edu

National Affiliation:..............NCAA Division III

Web Address:..................... athletics.uwsp.edu

Conference:.... Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Chancellor:........................ Bernie L. Patterson

Coaching Staff

Athletic Director:............... Daron Montgomery

Head Coach:...............................Stacey White

A.D. Phone:..............................715-346-3888

Alma Mater:.....................UW-River Falls, 1998

Athletic Dept. FAX:...................715-346-4655

Office Phone:............................715-346-2151

Home Court:......................... Berg Gymnasium

Record at UWSP:...........181-191 (11 Seasons)

Capacity:.................................................900

Career Record:..................................... Same

All-Time Record/Seasons:........... 706-654/39

Assistant Coaches:......................... Liese Abili .................................................. Amber Dunn .................................................. Eric Hubbard Certified Athletic Trainer:.... Alicia Champagne 2011 Record Overall:................................................. 26-8 Conference (Finish):....................... (7-1, 1st) Home:................................................... 15-2 Away:...................................................... 7-2 Neutral.................................................... 4-4

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HEAD COACH STACEY WHITE Stacey White and UW-Stevens Point Volleyball team are coming off one of the most successful seasons in program history. The 2011 UWSP squad won the program’s first Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship in 30 years. The Pointers also qualified for the NCAA Divison III tournament for just the third time in program history.

CAREER HIGHLIGHS 12th season as head coach at UWSP -183-191 as head coach

(2nd most wins in program history)

- 2011 WIAC Champion - 2011 WIAC Coach of the Year

White’s leadership placed three members on the 2011 WIAC First Team (Morgan Bartkowiak, Christina Brinkman and Alexis Hartman). Ally Groth earned WIAC All-Defensive honors and Jessica Dredski earned WIAC All-Sportsmanship honors last year. White enters the 2012 season with a career mark of 183-191 through 11 years as Pointers head coach. Her win total is the second-most in UWSP history, behind only legendary coach Nancy Schoen, who led the Pointers to their only other conference championship in 1981

White, a Monticello, Minn. native, was the head junior varsity coach and assistant varsity coach at Concordia University in St. Paul, Minn. prior to coming to UW-Stevens Point. She graduated from UW-River Falls in 1998 with a degree in Health and Human Performance and added a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Minnesota while coaching at Concordia. White has also coached two junior Olympic squads, leading the 18-and-under St. Croix Valley team and the 16-and-under Club Tonka squad in Minnetonka, Minn. White, who currenlty resides in Stevens Point, was also a track and field standout at UW-River Falls, qualifying for the NCAA Division III outdoor championships in both the shot put and discus as a senior.

20 SPORTS, 500 STUDENT-ATHLETES, 1 POINT


ASST. COACH LIESE ABILI Liese Abili is in his first season as an assistant coach with the Pointers volleyball team.

volleyball for the Bamenda Volleyball Club.

After graduating from college, Abili began traveling the world. He has A native of Cameroon, located in worked in numerous countries such as Central Africa, Abili played volleyball Singapore, Thailand, The Philippines, and took part in various national Malaysia, China, Vietnam and Dubai. championships, earning a gold metal. Liese most recently spent time in Abili went on to play volleyball for his South Africa, where he coached local university where he also obtained at the University of Pretoria and an undergraduate law degree as well led the team to the National South as a degree in political science. African Volleyball Provincial League championship. While in college, he took part in four National All-Cameroon Higher Abili is pursuing a double major in Institution Games where he won both public administration and political a gold and a bronze medal. Abili science with a minor in business was also a two-time captain for his administration from UWSP. team and was called up for the junior national’s team twice. He played club

ASST. COACH AMBER DUNN Amber Dunn is in her first season as an assistant coach with the Pointers volleyball team. Dunn was previously the head junior varsity coach at Viterbo University and also served as an assistant coach for the team’s varsity women’s program. In 2011 the V-Hawks posted a 36-8 record under her watch. Dunn has also coached several club and junior teams, most recently with the V-Hawk Power. Her 15U teams also received the gold medal in eight of their 10 previous tournaments. She has also coached numerous players that have gone on to play at a higher level.

A native of Central Wisconsin, Dunn played high school volleyball at Tri-County and was named the Central Wisconsin Player of the Year as a senior in 2006 and earned a scholarship to play collegiately at Viterbo University. She was a three year starter for the V-Hawks as a defensive specialist and helped the team finish with its best record each year, culminating in a Midwest Collegiate Conference championship and a No. 27 ranking in NAIA Division I. Dunn lives in Wausau and works full time as a social worker for an adoption agency in Marathon County.

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2012 ROSTER


2012 ROSTER No. Name

Pos. Ht. Cl.

Hometown/Highschool

1

Ally Groth

DS

5-5

So.

Germantown, WI/Germantown

2

Katie Ayello

DS

5-6

Fr.

West Dundee, IL/St. Edward Central

3

Allison Davis

M

5-11

Jr.

Rochelle, IL/Rochelle Township

4

Morgan Bartkowiak

M

6-0

Sr.

Slinger, WI/Slinger

5

Sarah Breuer

OH

5-8

So.

Beaver Dam, WI/Beaver Dam

6

Sarah Wildish

OH

5-9

So. M enomonee Falls, WI/Menomonee Falls

7

Jessica Dredske

M

5-9

Jr. Pardeville, WI/Pardeville/UW-Baraboo

8

Cassidy Kohlhagen

S

5-9

Sr.

Racine, WI/Union Grove

9

Kati Rau

RS

5-8

Sr.

Dorchester, WI/Colby

10

Julia Schultz

DS

5-8

So.

Heartland, WI/Arrowhead

11

Taylor Luce

S/RS

5-11

Fr.

Hartland, WI/Arrowhead

12

Emma Burnkhorst

M

6-0

Fr.

Germantown, WI/Germantown

13

Alexis Hartman

S

6-1

So.

Lake Zurich, IL/Lake Zurich

15

Christina Brinkman

OH

5-9

Sr.

Bristol, WI/Westosha Central

16

Emily Peterson

OH

5-10

Fr.

Egan, MN/Egan


1 ALLY GROTH

#1

2011: WIAC All-Defensive Team … Started 33 matches and appeared in 120 sets … Led the team with 528 digs for a team-high 4.40 dig per set average … Tallied 35 service aces, ranking third on the team … Recorded a career-high 33 digs against Edgewood on October 24 … Tallied 27 matches with 10 or more digs. HIGH SCHOOL: Five-time letterwinner (two in soccer, three in volleyball) … First team all-conference libero and honorable mention all-area as a senior … Team MVP … Team won (name of conference) conference championship senior year. POSITION: L HEIGHT: 5-5 CLASS: SOPHOMORE HOMETOWN:

GERMANTOWN, WI

HIGH SCHOOL: GERMANTOWN CLUB: MILWAUKEE STING

PERSONAL: Athletic training major, coaching minor … Played high school volleyball with teammate Tara Peterson.


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ALLISON DAVIS #3 2011: Appeared in 117 sets, starting 32 matches … Recorded 114 kills, 98 total blocks and 24 solo blocks … Tallied a career-high nine kills against UW-Eau Claire on September 23 and at UW-La Crosse on October 26. 2010: Started 17 matches and appeared in 86 sets … Tallied 77 kills in 256 total attempts … Second on the team with 12 solo blocks … Finished the season with 75 total blocks … Had a season-high eight kills against Cardinal Stritch … Collected 11 block assists in a match against Maranatha Baptist. 2009: Attended Buffalo State College.

POSITION: M HEIGHT: 5-11 CLASS: JUNIOR HOMETOWN: ROCHELLE, IL HIGH SCHOOL: ROCHELLE TOWNSHIP

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered two times in volleyball … Won team MVP senior year … Led team in blocks and was second on team in kills … Team captain and Most Improved Player … Honor Roll. PERSONAL: Undecided in major.


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MORGAN BARTKOWIAK

#4

2011: Honorable Mention AVCA All-Midwest Region … First Team All-WIAC … Played in all 34 matches, playing in 125 sets … Led the team and WIAC with 172 total blocks and 53 solo blocks … Ranked sixth in the nation with 1.38 blocks per set … Finished second on the team with 271 kills and 45 service aces … Set a career-high in back-to-back matches with 15 kills on September 23 and 24 … Recorded 13 total blocks against UW-Oshkosh on September 28. 2010: Honorable Mention All-WIAC … Appeared in all 34 of the team’s matches, starting 29 … Led the team with 295 kills, 2.44 per set … Had a team-high 112 total blocks, 28 solo and 84 assisted … Recorded 27 service aces, second best on the team … Had a season-high 15 kills on 29 attempts against Central … Had a season-high eight blocks in a match three times. 2009: Played 74 sets ... Finished year with 97 kills, 1.31 kills per set … Had a season-high nine kills in a match against Milliken. POSITION: MH HEIGHT: 6-0 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: SLINGER, WI HIGH SCHOOL: SLINGER CLUB: MILWAUKEE STING

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time letterwinner in volleyball … Honorable mention allconference as a senior … All-area honorable mention senior year … Led the team in blocks, aces and kills her senior year, earning MVP honors. PERSONAL: Communication major … Played for the Milwaukee Sting volleyball club.


5

SARAH BREUER

#5

2011: Started 11 matches and appeared in 17 sets … Recorded 26 kills for a 1.53 kills/set ratio … Tallied five kills and two digs against St. Norbert on October 22. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three letters in volleyball … Totaled 726 career kills, 744 digs and 130 service aces in three seasons … Recorded 352 kills and 390 digs during senior season … Earned honorable mention all-conference as a junior and third team as a senior … Named team’s most improved sophomore year … Team captain senior season … Team was regional champion in 2008 and 2009 Beaver Dam Invite champion senior season … Earned Academic Honors all four years. POSITION: LS HEIGHT: 5-8 CLASS: SOPHOMORE HOMETOWN:

BEAVER DAM, WI

HIGH SCHOOL: BEAVER DAM CLUB: CAPITAL VOLLEYBALL ACADEMY

PERSONAL: Intended major is pre-occupational therapy … Volunteer for Humane Society, Dig for a Cause, Beaver Buddies, Relay for Life, Key Club and YMCA sport camps.


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SARAH WILDISH #6 2011: Appeared in all 34 matches while playing 119 sets … Led the team with 50 service aces … Ranked third on the team in kills (264) and digs (292) … Recorded 23 digs and 19 kills in a 3-2 victory over UW-Oshkosh on September 28. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time letterwinner in volleyball … Team won conference title sophomore and senior seasons … Finished third in state senior year. PERSONAL: Undecided major … Sister Angie was a member of UW-Whitewater’s national championship volleyball team and was an All-American.

POSITION: LS HEIGHT: 5-9 CLASS: SOPHOMORE HOMETOWN: MENOMONEE FALLS, WI HIGH SCHOOL: MENOMONEE FALLS CLUB: MILWAUKEE STING


7 JESSICA DREDSKE

#7

2011: WIAC All-Sportsmanship Team … Played eight matches and appeared in 12 sets … Recorded 10 kills … Tallied three kills and two digs against Ripon on September 3. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three letters in volleyball … Honorable mention all-conference as a junior … Second team all-conference as a senior … Team captain and MVP as a senior … Led team in blocks, digs and kills senior season nutrition … National Honors Society member. PERSONAL: Health promotion/wellness major with minors in Spanish and … Ran first marathon at age 18. POSITION: M HEIGHT: 5-9 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN:

PARDEEVILLE, WI

HIGH SCHOOL: PARDEVILLE/UW-BARABOO


8

CASSIDY KOHLHAGEN

#8

2011: Played in 19 matches and appeared in 42 sets … Tallied 43 digs and 10 kills …Had a season-high seven digs against St. Norbert on October 22. 2010: Appeared in 69 sets, making starts in two of the 25 matches she played … Registered 143 digs, 2.07 per set … Finished the year with seven blocks … Third on the team with 21 service aces … Had a season-best 16 digs against Cardinal Stritch … Recorded four kills on five swings against Lawrence. 2009: Played 14 matches … Averaged one assist per set … Had four assists and four digs in match against Faith Baptist.

POSITION: S HEIGHT: 5-9 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN: RACINE, WI HIGH SCHOOL:

UNION GROVE

CLUB: WISCONSIN JUNIORS

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned a combined seven letters in volleyball and soccer … Received honorable mention accolades as a junior and second team all-conference honors as a senior … All-county for both volleyball and soccer senior year … Team captain for both sports … Member of Wisconsin Juniors 18-1s … National Honor Society president … Southern Lakes Conference Top 10. PERSONAL: Biochemistry major … Volunteered at homeless shelters, ran blood drives and sang at retirement homes as part of NHS.


9 KATI RAU

#9

2011: Appeared in 34 matches, playing in a team best 130 sets … Ranked third on the team with 64 assists … Finished fourth in digs (237) and kills (213) … Set a career-high with 16 kills in the NCAA Division III Tournament against Concordia-Moorhead on November 11 … Had eight games of 10-plus digs. 2010: Started 18 matches, appearing in all 34 of the team’s matches … Had 235 kills on the season, 1.99 per contest … Recorded 171 digs and 37 block assists on the year … Had a season-high 14 kills on 50 attempts against Cardinal Stritch … Had a season-best 17 digs against UWSuperior. 2009: Played 90 sets … Averaged 1.78 digs per set … Had a career high 17 digs in match against UW-Platteville. POSITION: LS/RS HEIGHT: 5-8 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN:

DORCHESTER, WI

HIGH SCHOOL: COLBY CLUB: WISCONSIN ICE

HIGH SCHOOL: 11-time letterwinner, earning four letters in volleyball and basketball and three in track & field … First team all-conference as a junior and senior in volleyball … All-conference in relay and hurdle events as a junior and senior in track … Rookie of the Year as a freshman … Led team to the 2008 conference and regional championship. PERSONAL: Health promotion and wellness major … Volunteered for several youth camps … Colby Hornet Athletic Booster Club volunteer.


10

JULIA SCHULTZ

#10

2011: Appeared in seven sets, starting five matches … Tallied 12 digs … Recorded six digs against St. Norbert on October 22. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time letterwinner … Member of second place conference tournament team … Team beat Division I state champion twice. PERSONAL: Undecided major … Volunteer coach for volleyball and soccer camps … Sunday school teacher.

POSITION: DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST HEIGHT: 5-8 CLASS: SOPHOMORE HOMETOWN: HARTLAND, WI HIGH SCHOOL: ARROWHEAD


13

ALEXIS HARTMAN

#13

2011: Honorable Mention AVCA All-Midwest Region … UWSP Freshman Athlete of the Year … First Team All-WIAC … Led team in assists with 941, 7.65 per set … Finished second on the team with 109 total blocks (14 solo, 95 assisted) … Tallied 181 digs and 30 service aces … Tallied a career-high 53 assists while collecting 10 digs against UW-Oshkosh on September 28 … Had 17 matches where she recorded 30-plus assists … Recorded 15 digs in the NCAA Division III Tournament against Concordia-Moorhead on November 11.

HOMETOWN:

HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-conference as a senior, honorable mention as a junior … Team captain, all-area and All-Lake County as a senior … Pioneer Press All-Lake Shore Preseason and Poststeason First Team … USA Volleyball High Performance A3 camp participant … Elite 8 in Illinois junior year, sweet 16 senior season … Club volleyball team finished 11th out of 48 teams in national division at Junior USA Volleyball Nationals in 2011 … Illinois State Scholar … National Honor Society member … North Suburban Conference All-Academic team … Prairie State Achievement Award recipient.

PERSONAL: Elementary education major.

POSITION: SETTER HEIGHT: 6-1 CLASS: SOPHOMORE LAKE ZURICH, IL

HIGH SCHOOL:

LAKE ZURICH

CLUB: SKY HIGH


15 CHRISTINA BRINKMAN

#15

2011: Honorable Mention AVCA All-American … First Team AVCA All-Midwest Region honoree … First Team All-WIAC … Appeared in 32 matches while playing in 119 sets … Led the team with 393 kills, 3.30 per set … Finished second on the team with 342 digs, 2.87 per set … Had a season-high 22 kills against UW-Superior on September 24 … Tallied a season-high 23 digs against Edgewood on October 24. 2010: Started 19 of the 26 matches she played, missing time early in the season due to injury … Finished the year with 239 kills … Had a team-best kills-per-set average of 2.69 … Tallied 18 service aces … Recorded 248 digs and had a team-high 2.79 digs per set average … Notched 28 block assists and 34 total blocks … Had a season-high 18 kills on 60 attempts against Beloit … Posted 25 digs in a five-set match against Cardinal Stritch. 2009: Played 109 sets … Averaged 2.73 digs and 2.33 kills per set … Had 17 digs in match against MSOE. POSITION: LS HEIGHT: 5-9 CLASS: SENIOR HOMETOWN:

BRISTOL, WI

HIGH SCHOOL: WESTOSHA CENTRAL CLUB: WISCONSIN JUNIORS

HIGH SCHOOL: Member of National Honor Society … Second team all-conference as a junior and first team all-conference as a senior in both volleyball and basketball … Player of the Year her senior season … Holds the all-time scoring record in basketball at Westosha Central … Won three straight conference championships in volleyball … State champion in volleyball as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Pre-med major.


KATIE AYELLO

#2

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HIGH SCHOOL: Honor roll student... All-conference (Suburban Christian) three years… Conference Player of the Year as a senior. PERSONAL: Special education major.

POSITION: DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST HEIGHT: 5-6 CLASS: FRESHMAN HOMETOWN: WEST DUNDEE, IL HIGH SCHOOL: ST. EDWARD CENTRAL CLUB TEAM: FUSION

TAYLOR LUCE

#11

HIGH SCHOOL: All-conference all four seasons … Team won both conference and regional championship junior and senior years … Conference Player of the Year as a senior.

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PERSONAL: Major undeclared.

POSITION: SETTER/ RIGHT SIDE HEIGHT: 5-11 CLASS: FRESHMAN HOMETOWN: WEST BEND, WI HIGH SCHOOL: LIVING WORD CLUB TEAM: MILWAUKEE STING


EMMA BURNKHORST #12 HIGH SCHOOL: Honor roll student… Second team all-conference honors as a senior… Team won conference championship (North Shore) as a junior and senior.

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PERSONAL: Elementary education major with coaching minor ... Volunteers at Germantown Rec. Department, Saint Boniface Church, and Germantown High School.

POSITION: MIDDLE HEIGHT: 6-0 CLASS: FRESHMAN HOMETOWN: GERMANTOWN, WI HIGH SCHOOL: GERMANTOWN CLUB TEAM: MILWAUKEE STING

HANNAH PICEL

#14

HIGH SCHOOL: Second team all-conference honors as a junior … First team all-conference honors as a senior… Team won conference championship (Little Ten) junior year … Team won regional championship all four years.

PERSONAL: Double majoring in dietetics and health promotion.

POSITION: DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST HEIGHT: 5-4 CLASS: FRESHMAN HOMETOWN: WEST BEND, WI HIGH SCHOOL: WEST BEND WEST CLUB TEAM: MILWAUKEE STING


EMILY PETERSON #16

16

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time letterwinner in volleyball … Team ranked No. 2 in Minnesota Division-3A senior year.

PERSONAL: Accounting major.

POSITION: OUTSIDE HITTER HEIGHT: 5-10 CLASS: FRESHMAN HOMETOWN: EGAN, MN HIGH SCHOOL: EGAN CLUB TEAM: MINNESOTA ONE


RECORD BOOK


ALL-TIME ROSTER Name Hometown Years Tara Adamovich Eagle River, WI 1996 Julie Adams Lake Geneva, WI 1982 Judi Adamski Antigo, WI 1974 Kirsten Algiers New London, WI 2009 Jenny Almquist Three Lakes, WI 1975 Julie Anacker Sheboygan, WI 1976-79 Kelly Anderson Auburndale, WI 1996-98 Lori Arbuckle Random Lake, WI 1977-78 Sharon Backman Schofield, WI 1976-79 Elissa Balz Athens, WI 2005 Kate Banser Merrill, WI 2004-05 Morgan Bartkowiak Slinger, WI 2009-Pres. Michaelene Bartolac Niagara, WI 1993-95 Nikki Beaudoin Sheboygan Falls, WI 2002 Cindy Beck West Bend, WI 1974 Kayla Behnke Newton, WI 2007-08 Amy Bennett Stevens Point, WI 1985-86 Tina Bellile Tomahawk, WI 1985 Carry Boehning Auburndale, WI 2000 Debbie Boivin Winneconne, WI 1989 Sheri Bosacki Minocqua, WI 1979 Renee Bourget Eau Claire, WI 1986-88 Kari Brackett Elgin, IL 1985 Melanie Breitenbach New Berlin, WI 1979-82 Christina Brinkman Bristol, WI 2009-Pres. Sarah Breuer Beaver Dam, WI 2011-Pres. Lisa Bucholtz Stevens Point, WI 1988 Sue Bulmer Schofield, WI 1977, 79-81 Sydney Bump Albany, WI 2011-Pres. Cris Calvert Oostburg, WI 1991 Erin Carney Brookfield, WI 1996-99 Sabina Carroll Leopolis, WI 1993-95 Jackie Carter Ripon, WI 1975 Dana Christensen Phelps, WI 1996-97 Becky Clarke Madison, WI 1993 Kelly Cisewski Stevens Point, WI 1984-86, 88 Erica Cota Oshkosh, WI 2009 Anne Court Aurora, IL 1985-88 Lori Cox Kewaunee, WI 1976-79 Laura Chramosta Racine, WI 1981 Jesse Datka Germantown, WI 1990, 92 Allison Davis Rochelle, IL 2010-Pres. Katie Dawson Verona, WI 1997, 99 Alyssa Derynda Pewaukee, WI 2005-06, 2008 Cindy Doege Forest Lake, MN 1981 Ruth Donner Merrill, WI 1983-85 Jessica Dredske Pardewille, WI 2011-Pres. Laurie Drewson Minocqua, WI 1973-76 Leah Dutkiewicz Muskego, WI 2007 Katelin Ebner Mindoro, WI 2008 Nancy Ekelin Wisconsin Rapids, WI 1973 Brenda Falk Friendship, WI 1974 Maggie Fasan Brookfield, WI 2003, 05 Debbie Felix West Bend, WI 1989 Wanda Fischer Valders, WI 1983-84 Lucy Fisher Appleton, WI 1999-01 Wendy Fisher Oakfield, WI 1977-78 Adrian Fleming Neenah, WI 2004 Kathy Flemming Madison, WI 1973 Lee Flora Wausau, WI 1987 Kathleen Folbrecht Jefferson, WI 2006 Jacqueline Fruke West Bend, WI 1989-90 Raina Gagnow Schofield, WI 1997-00 Janet Gall Cable, WI 1975-76 Angela Gammelgaard Elk River, MN 1992 Meghan Geis Napa, CA 2005

Name Hometown Years Jodie Geisel Sturgeon Bay, WI 1988-89 Kim Gilbank Clinton, WI 2002-03 Kelly Gralinski Greendale, WI 1995-98 Becky Grieser Cambridge, WI 1981 Amber Groshek Rosholt, WI 2003-04 Kathy Grotbeck Manitowoc, WI 1973-76 Sue Grotbeck Manitowoc, WI 1974 Ally Groth Germantown, WI 2011-Pres. Gina Guell Waupun, WI 2005-07 Jan Gundelfinger Wausau, WI 1974 Kjersti Hamlin Spring Valley, MN 2001 Emily Hanka Eden Prairie, MN 1996-98 Peggy Hartl Auburndale, WI 1992-95 Alexis Hartman Lake Zurich, IL 2011-Pres. Jackie Haydock Junction City, WI 1982-85 Kim Haynes Clinton, WI 2000 Joliene Heiden Oconomowoc, WI 1992-95 Sally Heiring Kenosha, WI 1981-83 Laurie Helling Marathon, WI 1989-91 Krista Hermsen Green Bay, WI 1990-91 Courtney Herreman Portage, WI 1997-00 Dawn Hey Wauwatosa, WI 1983-85, 87 Amy Hielsberg Oshkosh, WI 1980 Tina Hill Waupaca, WI 1979-81 Stacy Hydinger Stevens Point, WI 1993-94 Lindsey Janikowski Neenah, WI 2008-09 Emily Johnson Hales Corners, WI 2006 Jasmine Johnson Appleton, WI 2007-08 Melissa Johnson Beloit, WI 1988-90 Toni Johnson Plover, WI 2003-05 Wendy Johnson Cambridge, WI 1981 Jennifer Kammes Winfield, IL 1995 Beth Kaufert Neenah, WI 2006 Megan Keller St. Paul, MN 1989-90 Shandee Kempf Weyauwega, WI 1995 Nikki Kennedy Juneau, WI 2001-02 Stacy Kidd Madison, WI 1996 Lisa Kirk Friendship, WI 1974 Christy Kjornes Juneau, WI 1998 Chrissy Klipstine Denmark, WI 1998-01 Megan Knutson Chaska, MN 2002 Lynne Koehler Madison, WI 1977 Kris Koerner Portage, WI 1991 Cassidy Kohlhagen Racine, WI 2009-Pres. Liz Kohlhagen Sheboygan, WI 1997 Wendy Kohrt Kewaunee, WI 1973-76 Laura Konapacki Belleville, WI 1993-95 Jackie Kramer Wausau, WI 1988-89 Lauren Krum Muskego, WI 2009 Tammy Kuester Rhinelander, WI 1986-89 Sarah Kuhl Fond du Lac, WI 1996-99 Amber Kuklinski Rosholt, WI 2006 Callie Kunde Burnsville, MN 2004-07 Courtney Kurczek Berlin, WI 2008 Amie Kurkowski Fond du Lac, WI 1989 Carol Larson Rhinelander, WI 1982-85 Kristi Larson Plymouth, WI 2008-09 Sarah Laue Richland Center, WI 1988 Becky Lefeber Hilbert, WI 1995 Brenda Lemke Kaukauna, WI 1981, 83 Reisha Lenz Tomah, WI 2001 Pam Lentz Sheboygan, WI 1975-76 Tabitha Lewis Antigo, WI 2002 Sue Linder Cumberland, WI 1977-78 Jodi Lindquist Stevens Point, WI 1988, 90-92 Janet Lisak Plainfield, WI 1973


ALL-TIME ROSTER Name Linda Literski Debbie Loch Stacey Luczak Courtney Ludwig Katrina Lulich Megan Lundahl Becky Lundberg Alyssa Mader Lori Maier Sue Manion Marlene Manske Lori Marten Angela Martin Sarah Marymee Sue Massman Maria Mathis Shelly Maus Colleen McCabe Brittany Melby Mandy Meyer Andrea Mickelson Jamie Miller Jennie Miller Karla Miller Mary Miller Margaret Missling Amanda Mix Sam Moore Emily Morgan Summer Mrotek Kelsea Mulhern Maggie Mulhern Larissa Murphy Lori Nelson Pam Nora Katie O’Brien Whitney Oftedahl Kathy Olsen Lynn Omernik Melissa Ophoven Molly Orte Christine Otto Kim Palmiteer Jessica Parker Lisa Patefield Donna Pivonka Kendra Peterson Tara Peterson Cheryl Post Jill Prange Abby Purdy Tara Raddatz Tammy Radtke Olivia Ramsfield Kati Rau JoAnne Rezabek Michaela Rheineck Beth Richter Doris Riley Jaci Ristau Chris Ritzer Mindy Rockwood Ann Roethlee Amy Rounsville Jennifer Rueter Connie Rutledge

Hometown Years Athens, WI 1977-78 Green Bay, WI 1982-83 Hartland, WI 2006 Rochester, MN 2003-04 Benoit, WI 2007-08 Sturgeon Bay, WI 1998-99 Janesville, WI 1985 Kimberly, WI 2001-02 Cedarburg, WI 1986 Oregon, WI 1989-91 Fond du Lac, WI 1976 Pittsville, WI 2003-06 Pardeeville, WI 1993-95 Milwaukee, WI 1993-95 Milwaukee, WI 1986 Merrill, WI 1976 Green Bay, WI 2004-07 Little Chute, WI 1979-81 Monfort, WI 2008-09 Eagle River, WI 2007-08 Pardeeville, WI 2001 Plymouth, MN 2006-07 Waukesha, WI 1991-92 Kaukauna, WI 1982-85 Kaukauna, WI 1984-87 Withee, WI 1973 Brookfield, WI 2005-08 Eau Claire, WI 2005 Portage, WI 1997-00 Brookfield, WI 1997-00 Waunakee, WI 2007 Waunakee, WI 2007 Milton, WI 1989 Abbotsford, WI 1984 Forest Lake, MN 2006-09 Appleton, WI 2005-07 Waupaca, WI 2007-08 Bancroft, WI 1994 La Crosse, WI 1989-90 Neenah, WI 1998 Stewartville, MN 2003-04 Reedsville, WI 1982-84 Waupun, WI 2001-03 Milwaukee, WI 2001,03 Poynette, WI 1975-78 Valders, WI 1983-84 Wausau, WI 1974-75 Germantown, WI 2011-Pres. Stevens Point, WI 1977-80 Merrill, WI 1982, 84-85 Spencer, WI 2004 Appleton, WI 1992-95 Racine, WI 1985 Lodi, WI 2011-Pres. Dorchester, WI 2009-Pres. Shawano, WI 1980 St. Paul, MN 2008-09 Green Bay, WI 2004-07 Waupaca, WI 1980-81 Eau Claire, WI 1973 Stevens Point, WI 1989-90 Chetek, WI 2000-02 Wauwatosa, WI 1984 Poplar, WI 2006 Burlington, WI 2008 Osseo, WI 1973-74

Name Hometown Years Janis Ruetz Poynette, WI 1976-77 Janis Ruetz Racine, WI 1975-76, 78 Kelli Rydeen Osceola, WI 2002-04 Lisa Salisbury Alberta Lea, MN 1982-83 Chris Samp Shawano, WI 1981-83 Sheri Scheu Barron, WI 1983-86 Margaret Schmelzer Sturgeon Bay, WI 1973-74 Sandy Schmidt Merrill, WI 1986-87 Christa Schmidt Kewaskum, WI 1995-96 Becky Schoenecker Isanti, MN 2006 Mary Schultz Fish Creek, WI 2000-01 Mary Schultz Wausau, WI 1973 Julia Schultz Heartland, WI 2011-Pres. Robyn Schulze Merrill, WI 1987 Alicia Schwan Appleton, WI 2000-02 Nikki Schwontkowski Fox River Grove, IL 2007 Bonnie Segl Woodbury, MN 2009 Lanette Sellers Villa Park, IL 1985 Sue Selseth Minnetonka, MN 1980 Emily Sheehan Cadott, WI 1995-96 Paula Slattery Verona, WI 1985-88 Amy Smolcich Menasha, WI 1998-01 Jody Soderberg Waupaca, WI 1991-92, 94 Sandy Sproat Clarendon Hills, IL 1975 Nichole Stahovich Foley, MN 2002-04 Denise Starke Port Washington, WI 1986-89 Heidi Stephens New Berlin, WI 1992, 94-96 Katie Stephenson Medina, MN 2003-05 Barbara Stollenwerk Greendale, WI 1976-79 Carol Strojny Green Bay, WI 1993 Jodi Susen Saukville, WI 1986 Kris Szarkowitz Kaukauna, WI 1987 Lizzy Taylor Eau Claire, WI 2008-09 Becky Teasdale Monticello, WI 1996 Sarah Thompson Fort Atkinson 2004-05 Kristen Thums Wausau, WI 1991-93 Lisa Tonn Peshtigo, WI 1982-84 Stephanie Urbick Trempealeau, WI 2008 Dawnette Updyke Roseville, MN 1989-92 Stacy Van Egeren Algoma, WI 1990 Mona Vold Osseo, WI 1973-75 Amy Walsh Waterford, WI 1986 Mary Jo Wamser Cedarburg, WI 1979-81 Beth Warnock Shorewood, WI 1975-76 Margaret Watry Port Washington, WI 1976 Melissa Weber Woodbury, MN 2002-03 Lindsey Weimer Eagle, WI 2003 Nicole Wiesner Sturgeon Bay, WI 1991 Lisa Wenninger Appleton, WI 1975-76 Ann Wentzel Kaukauna, WI 1980 Mary White Evanston, IL 1974-75 Sue Wickland Ozaukee, WI 1980-81 Debbie Wielepski Oak Creek, WI 1985-87 Sarah Wildish Menomonee Falls, WI 2011-Pres. Carol Wilson Wisconsin Rapids, WI 1973 Maribeth Wintercorn Chicago, IL 1975-78 Jill Wittmann Kewaskum, WI 2004-07 Katy Wolf Slinger, WI 1997-00 Kaitlin Wolfe Wausau, WI 2009 Linda Yach Stevens Point, WI 1984 Sue Yarolimek Janesville, WI 1982 Chantel York Lake Geneva, WI 2008-09 Karie Zellner Green Bay, WI 2001-03 Debbie Zinmaster Chetek, WI 1973 Brianna Zipperer Manitowoc, WI 2011-Pres. Sue Zuelsdorff Wausau, WI 1974


ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent W L Adrian 1 0 Alaska-Fairbanks 1 0 Alaska Pacific 0 1 Alma 1 0 Aquinas 0 1 Augsburg 10 3 Augustana (Ill.) 3 4 Augustana (S.D.) 1 2 Alverno 1 0 Baldwin-Wallace 1 0 Baruch (N.Y.) 1 0 Beloit 11 2 Bemidji State 3 2 Benedictine 5 5 Bethany Lutheran 1 0 Bethel 9 3 Blackburn 1 0 Bluffton 2 2 Briar Cliff 0 1 Buena Vista 1 0 Calvin 0 1 Cardinal Stritch 8 1 Carleton 6 3 Carroll (Wis.) 13 3 Carthage 14 12 Central (Iowa) 0 2 Central State (Ohio) 1 0 Chicago 2 1 Claremont Mudd Scripps 0 1 Clarke (Iowa) 1 1 Coe 4 0 Colorado College 0 1 Concordia (Wis.) 8 1 Concordia-Moorhead 1 6 Concordia-St. Paul 4 4 DePaul 0 1 Dominican 2 1 Dubuque 2 2 Edgewood 11 3 Elmhurst 6 13 Faith Baptist 1 0 Ferris State 1 1 Finlandia 9 0 Franklin 1 2 George Williams 0 1 Geneseo State 1 0 Grand Valley 1 0 Grand View 1 0 Grinnell 1 0 Gustavus Adolphus 4 2 Hamline 7 6 Illinois College 2 0 Illinois Inst. of Tech. 1 0 Illinois Wesleyan 4 5 Ithaca 0 1

Opponent W L Iowa Wesleyan 1 0 John Carroll 1 1 Juniata 0 1 Judson 2 0 Kendall 1 0 Kenyon 1 0 Knox 2 0 Lake Superior State 4 2 Lake Forest 3 0 Lakeland 11 6 La Verne 0 2 Lawrence 15 6 Lewis 1 0 Lewis & Clark 1 0 Lincoln Christian 1 0 Loras 4 4 Luther 4 2 Macalester 7 2 MacMurray 1 0 Manchester 0 1 Mankato State 0 2 Maranatha Baptist 3 1 Marian 7 6 Marquette 11 11 Martin Luther 2 0 Michigan Tech 0 2 Michigan-Dearborn 1 1 Millikin 2 6 Milton 1 0 Milw. School of Engin. 5 0 Minnesota 1 0 Minnesota-Duluth 0 6 Minnesota-Morris 4 0 Monmouth 3 0 Moorhead State 0 2 Moravian 1 0 Mount Mary 1 0 National Coll. of Ed. 0 1 New York University 1 0 North Central 2 4 North Dakota 1 0 North Dakota State 2 2 North Park 0 2 Northeastern Illinois 4 1 Northern Illinois 1 0 Northern Michigan 3 7 Northland 12 3 Northwest Bible 0 1 Northwest Missouri State 0 1 Northwestern (Minn.) 0 5 Occidental 1 1 Olivet Nazarene 1 0 Oneonta State (N.Y.) 1 0 Otterbein 0 1 Pacific (Ore.) 0 1

Opponent W L Pacific Lutheran 0 1 Pillsbury Baptist 1 0 Presentation 1 0 Purdue-Calumet 1 0 Ripon 16 3 Rockford 1 0 Rosary 2 0 Saginaw Valley St. 0 1 Simpson 0 1 St. Ambrose 0 4 St. Benedict 0 4 St. Catherine 7 2 St. Francis 0 1 St. Mary’s (Minn.) 2 6 St. Kate’s 1 0 St. Norbert 29 20 St. Olaf 2 3 St. Scholastica 7 3 St. Thomas 2 9 St. Xavier 1 0 Simpson 0 3 South Dakota State 0 1 Southwest State 4 0 Southwestern (Texas) 1 0 Texas-Dallas 0 1 Tiffin 1 0 Trinity International 0 1 Upper Iowa 1 0 Viterbo 16 6 Wartburg 1 7 Webster 1 1 Western Illinois 0 1 Western Michigan 0 1 Wheaton (Ill.) 3 1 0 Whitworth (Wa.) 0 1 William Penn 1 0 Wilmington (Ohio) 0 1 Winona State 2 0 Wisconsin 1 14 Wisconsin Lutheran 1 1 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 29 52 Wisconsin-Green Bay 11 1 Wisconsin-La Crosse 20 58 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 11 22 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 42 54 Wisconsin-Parkside 3 4 Wisconsin-Platteville 26 31 Wisconsin-River Falls 25 34 Wisconsin-Stout 30 29 Wisconsin-Superior 51 28 Wisconsin-Whitewater 13 40 Wittenberg (Ohio) 0 1


INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS SEASON KILLS

SEASON SERVICE ACES

504

Shelly Maus, 2007

81

Erin Carney, 1998

440

Shelly Maus, 2006

79

Nichole Stahovich, 2004

437

Peggy Hartl, 1995

77

Jodi Lindquist, 1991

396

Shelly Maus, 2005

68

Emily Hanka, 1997

395

Jodi Lindquist, 1991

57

Katie Stephenson, 2005

393

Nichole Stahovich, 2004

393

Christina Brinkman, 2011

SEASON TOTAL BLOCKS 288

Tara Raddatz, 1995

(min. 200 att)

258

Dawnette Updyke, 1991

.371 Jolien Heiden, 1994 (202)

249

Tara Raddatz, 1994

207

Shelly Maus, 2006

.354 Shelly Maus, 2006 (987)

197

Shelly Maus, 2007

.329 Tara Raddatz, 1995 (931)

172

Morgan Bartkowiak, 2011

.320 Jodi Lindquist, 1991 (945)

171

Amy Smolcich, 1999

SEASON SET ASSISTS

SEASON BLOCK SOLOS

1367 Jolien Heiden, 1995

167

Tara Raddatz, 1995

1229 Toni Johnson, 2004

129

Dawnette Updyke, 1991

1208 Erin Carney, 1998

120

Tara Raddatz, 1994

1208 Jolien Heiden, 1994

67

Shelly Maus, 2006

1151 Erin Carney, 1997

66

Stacy Van Egeren, 1990

SEASON KILL PCT.

.369 Jodi Lindquist, 1990 (420)

SEASON DIGS

Shelly Maus

Lauri Marten

SEASON BLOCK ASSISTS

676

Lori Marten, 2004

153

Shelly Maus, 2007

675

Lori Marten, 2006

152

Amy Smolcich, 1999

596

Amanda Mix, 2008

140

Shelly Maus, 2006

528

Ally Groth, 2011

129

Tara Raddatz, 1994

523

Peggy Hartl, 1994

121

Tara Raddatz, 1995

465

Erin Carney, 1999

119

Morgan Bartkowiak, 2011

452

Amanda Mix, 2007

117

Shelly Maus, 2005

Tara Raddatz (RECORDS SINCE 1989)


INDIVIDUAL CAREER/TEAM RECORDS

CAREER KILLS 1715 Shelly Maus, 2004-07 1409 Sarah Kuhl, 1996-99 1198 Tara Raddatz, 1992-95 1063 Peggy Hartl, 1992-95 910 Jodi Lindquist, 1990-92 CAREER SET ASSISTS 4397 Erin Carney, 1996-99 3754 Jolien Heiden, 1992-95 2677 Toni Johnson, 2003-05 1690 Lucy Fisher, 1999-2001 1635 Jill Wittmann, 2004-07 1220 Callie Kunde, 2005-06 CAREER DIGS 2163 Lori Marten, 2003-06 1472 Amanda Mix, 2005-08 1203 Erin Carney, 1996-99 1172 Peggy Hartl, 1992-95 1094 Lori Marten, 2003-04 CAREER SERVICE ACES 208 Erin Carney, 1996-99 165 Emily Hanka, 1996-98 149 Nichole Stahovich, 2002-04 138 Jodi Lindquist, 1990-93 129 Jolien Heiden, 1992-95

TEAM RECORDS SEASON KILLS 1789 2006 1768 2007 1733 1995 1714 2004 1633 1998 1553 2005 1524 1997 SEASON KILL PERCENTAGE .288 1990 .265 1994 .260 1997 .249 1995 .243 1991 SEASON SET ASSISTS 1809 1990 1492 2006 1484 1995 1460 2007 1459 2004 1388 1998 1378 1997 SEASON DIGS 2547 2004 2511 2006 2425 1999 2359 2007 2274 1994 2104 1998 2097 2000 SEASON SERVICE ACES 349 2004 338 1998 249 2006 247 2005 247 1991

SEASON BLOCK SOLOS 446 1991 389 1995 346 1990 281 1994 125 1992 SEASON BLOCK ASSISTS 550 1990 504 2007 469 1995 466 1999 456 1991 454 1994 (RECORDS SINCE 1989)


2012 Schedule Date Opponent Location Time UW-Eau Claire Tournament 8/31/2012 UW-Stout Eau Claire, WI 3:00 PM 8/31/2012 St. Kate’s Eau Claire, WI 5:15 PM 9/1/2012 St. Benedict Eau Claire, WI 10:00 AM 9/1/2012 Concordia-Moorhead Eau Claire, WI 12:15 PM Augsburg Invitational 9/7/2012 St. Scholastica Minneapolis, MN 6:00 PM 9/7/2012 Augsburg Minneapolis, MN 8:00 PM 9/8/2012 Gustavus Adolphus Minneapolis, MN 9:00 AM 9/8/2012 St. Benedict Minneapolis, MN 1:00 PM Lawrence Quad 9/11/2012 Lawrence Appleton, WI 5:30/7:30 PM UW-River Falls Invitational 9/14/2012 Waldorf River Falls, WI 5:30 PM 9/14/2012 UW-Whitewater River Falls, WI 7:30 PM 9/15/2012 Gustavus Adolphus River Falls, WI 10:00 AM 9/15/2012 St. Thomas River Falls, WI 12:00 PM 9/21/2012 UW-Eau Claire Eau Claire, WI 7:00 PM 9/22/2012 UW-Superior Superior, WI 12:00 PM 9/26/2012 UW-Oshkosh Oshkosh, WI 7:00 PM 10/3/2012 UW-Whitewater Whitewater, WI 7:00 PM 10/5/2012 UW-River Falls Stevens Point, WI 7:00 PM 10/6/2012 UW-Stout - Parents Day Stevens Point, WI 12:00 PM UW-Stout Tournament 10/12/2012 St. Benedict Menomonie, WI 5:30 PM 10/12/2012 St. Kate’s Menomonie, WI 7:30 PM 10/13/2012 St. Olaf Menomonie, WI 10:00 AM 10/13/2012 St. Mary’s Menomonie, WI 12:00 PM 10/16/2012 UW-Platteville - Pink Match Stevens Point, WI 7:00 PM Elmhurst College Tournament 10/19/2012 Wheaton (IL) Elmhurst, IL 2:00 PM 10/19/2012 Elmhurst Elmhurst, IL 4:00 PM 10/20/2012 Haverford Elmhurst, IL 9:00 AM 10/20/2012 Millikin Elmhurst, IL 11:00 AM 10/24/2012 UW-La Crosse Stevens Point, WI 7:00 PM Senior Night/ High School Night Benedictine University Tournament 10/26/2012 Concordia-Chicago Lisle, IL 3:00 PM 10/26/2012 North Central Lisle, IL 7:00 PM 10/27/2012 North Park Lisle, IL 12:00 PM 10/27/2012 Benedictine Lisle, IL 2:00 PM

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