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University Quick Facts School.............................UW-Stevens Point Location...........................Stevens Point, WI Founded............................................ 1894 Enrollment........................................ 9,500 Colors....................................Purple & Gold Nickname...................................... Pointers Conference............. Wisconsin Intercollegiate Home Court.................................Berg Gym Chancellor...................... Bernie L. Patterson Director of Athletics............. Brad Duckworth Faculty Atheltic Rep............ Kelly Schoonaert Athletic Department Phone..... 715-346-3888 Website...........................athletics.uwsp.edu Twitter...............................@UWSPAthletics ...................................... @UWSPVolleyball
Volleyball Quick Facts Head Coach......................Abbey Sutherland Alma Mater...........................St. Norbert â€˜04 Record at UWSP (years).........95-19 (Fourth) Overall Record (years).......139-66 (Seventh) Volleyball Office..................... 715-346-2151 Assistant Coach....................... Lyndsay Kooi Athletic Trainer.........................Megan Gavin Equipment Manager.................... Mike Okray All-Time Record...........830-681 (43 seasons) 2015 Overall Record............................ 27-9 Conference Record/Finish.............. 4-3/T-4th
Sept. 2 vs. Carroll 4 PM Sept. 2 vs. St. Norbert 8 PM Sept. 3 vs. Luther 10 AM Sept. 3 vs. Finlandia 2 PM Sept. 7 Lakeland 7 PM Sept. 9 St. Benedict 2 PM Sept. 9 Macalester 8 PM Sept. 10 Bethel 12 PM Sept. 10 Bethany Lutheran 4 PM Sept. 14 at Lawrence 5:30 PM Sept. 14 vs. St. Norbert 7:30 PM Sept. 16 vs. St. Thomas 3 PM Sept. 16 vs. Lakeland 5 PM Sept. 17 vs. Concordia (MN) 10 AM Sept. 17 vs. Dominican (IL) 2 PM Sept. 21 UW-Platteville 7 PM Sept. 23 North Park 4:30 PM Sept. 23 Elmhurst 7 PM Sept. 24 Illinois Wesleyan 12 PM Sept. 24 Wheaton 4 PM Sept. 28 UW-Whitewater 7 PM Oct. 5 at UW-Eau Claire 7 PM Oct. 8 UW-La Crosse 7 PM Oct. 15 vs. Benedictine 2 PM Oct. 15 vs. Edgewood 4 PM Oct. 19 at UW-Oshkosh 7 PM Oct. 21 vs. Carthage 7 PM Oct. 22 vs. Elmhurst 12 PM Oct. 22 vs. Loras 2 PM Oct. 25 Concordia (WI) 7 PM Oct. 28 at UW-Stout 7 PM Oct. 29 at UW-River Falls 1 PM
About UWSP The University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point was founded in 1894 as a teachers college. -
UWSP serves the Central Wisconsin area and is
centrally 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
Midwestern 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 120 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.
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!
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2016 Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26
Full Name April Gehl Bri Piepenbrok Ali Zamzow Marie Krengel Lisa Bedessem Brittany Laffin Shannah Carter Ellen Drewry Gabby Thomas Kendra Kundinger Bella Nelson Delaney McCreary Carly Nisleit Kelly Cefalu Abby Majercik Shawnie Sarkkinen Kelly Magliano Jamie Schmitz Maggie Kramer Danielle Coleman Morgan Wirkus Rachel Hein Tara Emme Katie Rolefson
Pos. OH/RS DS/L DS/L DS/U DS/L S DS/L MB/RS OH DS/L OH S OH/RS OH S OH/RS MB/RS OH MB/RS MB OH MB/RS OH S
Ht. 5-10 5-5 5-3 5-9 5-5 5-5 5-5 6-2 5-10 5-5 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-9 5-7 5-10 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-9 5-8 5-10 5-9 5-7
Yr. Hometown/High School/Prev. School Fr. Hilbert, WI/Hilbert Sr. Merrill, WI/Merrill Fr. Merrill, WI/Merrill Sr. Eagan, MN/Eastview Fr. Burlington, WI/Sauk Prairie So. Carpentersville, IL/Hampshire So. Prior Lake, MN/Prior Lake Jr. Waunakee, WI/Waunakee Sr. Henderson, MN/LeSueur-Henderson Jr. Auburndale, WI/Auburndale Jr. Luck, WI/Luck Jr. West Bend, WI/East Fr. Woodbury, MN/East Ridge Sr. Waunakee, WI/Waunakee Fr. Johnsburg, IL/Johnsburg So. Brantwood, WI/Prentice Jr. Chicago, IL/Mount Assisi Academy Fr. Cashton, WI/Cashton Fr. Forest Lake, MN/Forest Lake Jr. Rockford, IL/Keith County Day Jr. Marathon, WI/Marathon Fr. Muskego, WI/Muskego Fr. St. Nazianz, WI/Valders Fr. Green Bay, WI/Green Bay Southwest
Coaching Staff Head Coach: Abbey Sutherland (Fourth Season) Assistant Coach: Lyndsay Kooi (Second Season) Student Assistants: Maddie Courter and Brandon Sandberg 2016 UW-Stevens Point Volleyball Pronunciation Guide No. Full Name Pronunciation 1 Gehl GAIL 2 Piepenbrok PEEP-in-brock 5 Bedessem Bah-DEHZ-um 6 Laffin Lah-FEEN 7 Shannah SHAH-nah 8 Drewry DRURY 14 Nisleit Nihs-light 15 Cefalu SEHF-ah-loo 16 Majercik MAH-jair-sick 17 Sarkkinen SARK-in-in 24 Hein HINE 25 Emme EHM-me Kooi COY
The UW-Stevens Point volleyball team enters the fourth year under the guidance of head coach Abbey Sutherland. Twice a national semifinalist, Sutherland will rely on her senior class to lead a 2016 club that is deep at every position. “We have four seniors this season,” stated Sutherland. “We will be leaning on that experience and look to those four to lead this team. We are also looking forward to watching our 11 newcomers push our returners to raise their level of play. It’s been a really fun preseason.” One of those seniors, Bri Piepenbrok, along with junior Kendra Kundinger will compete for playing time as Sutherland looks for a replacement for UWSP’s all-time digs leader, Hannah Picel. The experience and depth gives
Sutherland confidence on the defensive side. “We are very deep in the defensive position,” continued Sutherland. “The team is focused on defensive discipline and the junior and senior are leaders by example with their hustle. I feel that one of our strongest characteristics is our defense and passing.” At middle blocker, junior Ellen Drewry has two years of experience on the court and fellow junior Kelly Magliano has shown great progress in the preseason. Freshmen Maggie Kramer and Rachel Hein are making great progress as well. “Blocking-wise, it’s going to be a new challenge as Emma Brunkhorst was a very strong
blocker,” said Sutherland. “We hope to continually improve with blocking as the season progresses.” Sutherland has a great deal of depth at outside hitter with senior Marie Krengel, who has been training to make the move from a defensive specialist. Fellow senior Kelly Cefalu saw a lot of action a season ago and has the capacity to get kills when it matters. After battling injuries late last season, the team brought in a stable of outside hitting options. The versatility of the setter position gives Sutherland the flexibility to instill a number of offensive rotations. Sophomore Brittany Laffin has a year of experience as the primary setter. Junior Delaney McCreary has competed for a spot and has become a leader on
the team. With two freshmen entering the mix, Sutherland has a variety of options to her offensive strategy. Senior Gabby Thomas, a returning all-conference player, is standing out on the right side. She has really improved her all-around game and is expected to be solid in her final season. Junior Bella Nelson has also made a position change to right side this season and Sutherland is excited to see what she can do. “We are focusing on being stronger servers this year,” concluded Sutherland. “If we can serve and pass at a high level and get as many balls up as possible, we feel that we can play with anybody.”
Abbey Sutherland Head Coach Fourth Season Abbey Sutherland is in her fourth season as the head volleyball coach at UW-Stevens Point and has led the Pointers to back-to-back national semifinal appearances in her first two seasons. In three seasons, Sutherland has led the Pointers to a 95-19 overall record, two Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) regular season championships, two WIAC Tournament titles and a pair of runs to the Final Four. Last season, UWSP finished with a 27-9 record, and made its third consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament. Under Sutherland’s guidance, three UW-Stevens Point players earned all-WIAC accolades. In 2014, UW-Stevens Point was 33-5 overall, including a 21-match winning streak prior to falling to Emory in four sets in the national semifinals. The Pointers won the St. Paul Regional with sweeps of the St. Benedict and Coe before edging Cornell (Iowa) 1511 in the fifth set to claim the regional championship for the second-straight season. At the NCAA Division III Championship in Newport News, Va., the Pointers claimed a thrilling five-set win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps by a 16-14 score in the decisive fifth set. In Sutherland’s first season of 2013, UW-Stevens Point went on the deepest NCAA Tournament run in program history to date by advancing to the national semifinals. UWSP defeated three straight top-six teams to advance to the national semifinals, before falling to Cal Lutheran. In 2013, the Pointers compiled an overall record of 35-5 and the 35 wins were the most by a UWSP team since 1985. The team won 24 straight matches
prior to the loss to Cal Lutheran. In her two seasons, Sutherland has coached two-time WIAC Player of the Year Alexis Hartman, who was UWStevens Point’s first-ever conference player of the year and four-time All-WIAC pick. Hartman and Emma Brunkhorst have been named AllMidwest Region performers and AllAmericans by the American Volleyball Coaches Association in each of the last two seasons. Sutherland has also coached five First Team All-WIAC players, three honorable mention picks and two All-Defensive Team selections. Prior to coming to UWSP, Sutherland spent three seasons as head coach of the Division I University of Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles, compiling a 44-47 record. Prior to taking over the program in 2010, Sutherland spent six seasons as an assistant coach with the program, four as the team’s top assistant. Sutherland’s 2011 Golden Eagles had three student-athletes earn AllConference USA honors including first team selection and a first team all-region performer. The 2012 squad continued its academic excellence and earned its third consecutive team academic award from the AVCA and had a player earn Capital One Academic Second Team All-American accolades. In 2010, Sutherland guided Southern Miss to a 19-12 record and a fourthplace finish in Conference USA. Sutherland is one of only two firstyear head coaches in volleyball to record a winning season at Southern Miss. She placed two players on the all-conference first team.
Sutherland attended West Bend High School in West Bend, Wis., where she was a three-year letterwinner in volleyball. She was a first-team all-county selection, second-team all-conference and honorable-mention all-state. She received the Coaches’ and Hustle Awards. She played in the Wisconsin All-Star match and helped her team to three conference titles. The West Bend, Wis., native received her bachelor’s degree in Spanish and secondary education in 2004 from St. Norbert and a master’s degree in teaching languages, with a Spanish emphasis from Southern Mississippi in 2006. Sutherland also teaches classes in Sutherland File the Physical Education and Athletic Training (PEAT) department at UWSP. Born................................06/28/82 Hometown.............. West Bend, Wis. High School............ West Bend West Alma Mater............... St. Norbert ‘04 Master’s Degree....Southern Miss ‘06
Sutherland helped St. Norbert finish first in the Midwest Conference in 2002 and advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. She was voted her team’s most valuable player as a junior and senior. She also received academic all-conference honors.
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Year by Year Season School
Sutherland returns to her home state, where she was a standout setter at St. Norbert College in DePere, Wis., where she was a four-time letterwinner. She completed her career with 4,554 assists, 1,503 digs and 128 aces. Sutherland was a three-time First-Team All-Midwest Conference selection and a two-time conference Player of the Year. She twice received honorable-mention all-region honors.
.......................Teaching Languages Playing Experience.....St. Norbert (00-04)
Coaching Experience 2004-05....Southern Miss (Graduate Asst.) 2006-09.......... Southern Miss (Assistant) 2010-12...... Southern Miss (Head Coach) 2013-pres..UW-Stevens Point (Head Coach)
lyndsay kooi Assistant Coach Second Season Lyndsay Kooi begins her second season at UWStevens Point in 2016 Prior to UW-Stevens Point Kooi was the varsity girls assistant coach at Rochelle Township High School where she also served as a physical education teacher, and assistant girls track coach. Kooi was a four year starter for the Hawks of Quincy University in Quincy, Ill., from 200912. She was a two-time team captain and ran the Hawks offense from the setter position. She was also a four year representative on the universalityâ€™s Student Athlete Advisory
Committee. Kooi finished her career ranked fourth all-time on the Hawks assists list, amassing 3,191 assists. She graduated Summa cum Laude from Quincy and was a four-time Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) Academic All-Conference honoree. A native of Minooka, Ill., Kooi went on to earn her bachelors degree in education with an emphasis in physical education from Quincy in 2013 before her role at Rochelle Township High School.
#1 April Gehl 5-10 Freshman OH Hilbert, WI Hilbert HS
#2 Bri Piepenbrok 5-5 Senior DS/L Merrill, WI Merrill HS
High School: First team all-conference in sophomore, junior and senior seasons…Allstate honorable mention…WIAA Division IV All-Tournament team…two state tournament appearances…Schools career leading in kills and assists.
2015: Played in all 36 matches and all 133 sets... Totaled 467 digs, 26 aces and 31 assists...Second on team and 10th in WIAC in digs per set (3.51)... Had career-best 26 digs in five-set victory over John Carroll on Sept. 11...Posted 23 digs at No. 8 Carthage and 22 versus No. 13 Univ. of Chicago on Sept. 18...Had 20 digs in 3-0 loss to UW-Eau Claire on Oct. 7...Made 20 digs in five-set win over Personal: Major is undecided…Parents Jill and UW-Eau Claire in first round of WIAC Tournament Robert…Siblings Katie (21) and Erica (19)…All on Nov. 3...Tallied 18 digs in five-set win at No. 19 Academic volleyball team in high school UW-Oshkosh in semifinals of WIAC Tournament on Nov. 6...Posted 24 double-digit dig performances. 2014: Played in all 38 matches and all 134 sets... Ranked second on team and 11th in WIAC in digs per set (3.38)...Third on team in assists (40)... Hit 15 service aces...Matched career-high with 20 digs in regional championship match against Cornell on Nov. 15...Made 19 digs each in matches at Cornell on Sept. 13 and versus Carthage on Oct. 4...Registered double-digit kills in 28 matches, including four of five NCAA Tournament matches. 2013: Played in all 40 matches and 138 of 141 sets…Third on team with 328 digs, including 10 double-figure dig matches…Season-high 20 digs in five-set win at Edgewood on Oct. 29…Had doubledigit digs in all five NCAA Tournament matches. HIGH SCHOOL: Led team with 718 total digs senior year...Tallied career-high 34 digs against Brookfield East senior year ... Named second team all-conference and first team all-region senior year ... Team won conference championship junior and senior years and was regional champion for 201012 ... Led team to state for first time in 30 years and finished tied for third in 2012. PERSONAL: Athletic training major and psychology minor ... Scholar Athlete award winner senior year ... Named All-Academic Team grades 10-12...Given Youth Optimist of the Month award for January in recognition of volunteer activity and academic achievements ... Volunteers at Special Olympics, Humane Society, and Merrill Public Library.
#3 Ali Zamzow 5-3 Freshman DS/L Merrill, WI Merrill HS High School: First team all-conference selection senior year…all-state honorable mention…state qualifier junior year. Personal: Psychology major…Parents Kerri and Jeff..Siblings Jenna (21) Jack (13)…participates in Big Brothers, Big Sisters and St. Baldricks.
#4 Marie Krengel 5-9 Senior DS/U Eagan, MN Eastview HS 2015: Played in all 36 matches and 132 of 133 sets...Totaled 67 kills, 29 assists, 28 aces, 414 digs and 16.0 blocks...Ranked 11th in WIAC in digs per set (3.14)...Had 21 double-digit dig matches, including nine straight from Sept. 18 - Oct. 2 and eight of last nine....Season-high 21 digs and 10 kills and .526 attack percentage in five-set win over Augustana (Ill.) on Sept. 26...Made 20 digs in four-set win over No. 17 Elmhurst in first round of NCAA Tournament on Nov. 12...Also made 20 digs in five-set win over Edgewood on Oct. 27...Had 19 digs in 3-1 loss at No. 13 UW-Whitewater on Sept. 30...Career-high 14 kills and 13 digs in sweep of No. 16 Elmhurst on Sept. 26. 2014: Played in all 38 matches and 131 of 134 sets...Led team and was 16th in WIAC with 30 service aces...Ranked third on team and 14th in conference in digs (403) and digs per set (3.08)... Made career-high 22 digs versus Wartburg on Sept. 12...Tallied 21 digs in sweep of Loras on Sept. 13... Had 25 double-digit dig matches, including 10 straight from Oct. 3-29...Made at least nine digs in all five NCAA Tournament matches. 2013: Appeared in all 40 matches and 138 of 141 sets…Tied for second on team with 30 service aces…Second on team with 351 digs… Tallied season-high 17 digs in NCAA Regional Championship at St. Thomas on Nov. 16…Had 18 double-digit dig performances. HIGH SCHOOL: Three time letterwinner in volleyball ... Team captain senior year ... Posted match-high in kills against 2011 state champion during a match ... Led the team in assists in 2012 ... Graduated with honors ... Awarded “Outstanding Academics” award in 2012. PERSONAL: Health promotion/wellness major ... Made Dean’s List freshmen and sophomore years ... Leader in Athletes in Action at UWSP ... Graduated with honors and lettered in academics all four years.
#5 Lisa Bedessem 5-5 Freshman DS/ L Burlington, WI Sauk Prairie HS High School: First team all-conference as a junior and second team all-conference as a senior…Team MVP junior and senior seasons Personal: Business major and Spanish minor… Parents Gina and Brian…Siblings Sara (16) and Kaelyn (13).
#6 Brittany Laffin 5-5 Sophomore S Carpentersville, IL Hampshire 2015: Honorable Mention All-WIAC...Played in all 36 matches and all 133 sets...Totaled 1,402 assists, 299 digs, 46 kills, 38 blocks and 30 aces...Ranked third in WIAC in assists per set (10.54) and 18th in aces per set (0.23)... Named to All-Tournament Team at Ground Round Sugar Loaf Classic on Sept. 4-5 after averaging 12.08 assists per set...UW-Oshkosh Invitational All-Tournament Team from Oct. 16-17 after averaging 10.5 assists per set in three matches...Career-high 54 assists at No. 8 Carthage on Sept. 18...Had 52 assists in five-set comeback win at UW-Platteville on Sept. 23...Career-high 22 digs and 48 assists in five-set win over John Carroll on Sept. 11...Handed out 49 assists on five occasions, including five-set win at UW-Eau Claire in first round of WIAC Tournament on Nov. 3...Handed out 44 assists and had 10 digs in four-set win over No. 17 Elmhurst in first round of NCAA Tournament on Nov. 12...Had 12 double-digit dig performances for 12 assist-dig doubledoubles...Had 17 matches with at least 40 assists. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time letterwinner…Twotime All-Fox Valley Conference…Four-year varsity starter…All-area selection…Two-time All-Academic team member. PERSONAL: Interior architecture major… Parents Todd and Barbara Laffin…Brothers Scott (27) and Trevor (14)…Honors student… National Honor Society member…Volunteers for Relay For Life, Santa 5K Run, Willow Creek Community Church and Feed My Starving Children.
#7 Shannah Carter 5-5 Sophomore DS/ L Prior Lake, MN Prior Lake HS 2015: Played in four sets over three matches...Totaled one kill, one assist and three digs...First collegiate kill in win against No. 25 Dominican on Sept. 19...Two digs in win over Dubuque on Oct. 3. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time letterwinner… Team finished as conference and sectional runner-up…Club team went to nationals. PERSONAL: Business administration major and coaching minor…Parents Tim and Molly Carter…Brother Trevor (17)…Volunteers for Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD).
#8 Ellen Drewry 6-2 Junior MB/RS Waunakee, WI Waunakee HS 2015: Played in 36 all 36 matches and 132 of 133 sets...Third on team with 291 kills and second in blocks per set (0.67)...Ranked 13th in WIAC in hitting percentage (.248) and 18th in kills per set (2.20)...Named to All-Tournament Team at Pointer Invitational on Sept. 11-12 after totaling 40 kills and hitting .418 in four wins...Named WIAC Offensive Athlete of the Week for Sept. 7-13... Wheaton Invitational All-Tournament Team after averaging 3.78 kills per set and hitting .439 in three matches from Oct. 2-3...Posted career-high 16 kills and hit .480 in sweep of North Central (Ill.) on Oct. 3...Posted 14 kills and .565 attack percentage in sweep of UW-River Falls on Oct. 31... Had 13 kills in wins over Lakeland on Sept. 5 and John Carroll on Sept. 11...Had 12 kills and just one error to hit .500 in sweep of Bethel on Sept. 12... Also had 12 kills and five block assists vs. No. 13 Univ. of Chicago on Sept. 18...Had 10 kills and five total blocks in 3-1 loss to No. 8 Colorado College on Oct. 17...Posted 11 kills and five total blocks in four-set win over No. 19 UW-Oshkosh on Oct. 21. 2014: Played in 32 matches and 108 sets... Finished second on team and eighth in WIAC in blocks per set (0.83)...Registered 90 total blocks, 79 kills and 16 digs...Posted career-high 11 kills with no errors (.733) in sweep of Lawrence on Sept. 17...Had career-best six total blocks against Wartburg on Sept. 12 and in WIAC Tournament Championship match versus UW-Whitewater on Nov. 8...Tallied eight kills and no errors on 10 attempts in five-set win over Carthage on Oct. 4. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year letterwinner…Unanimous First Team All-Badger North Conference as a senior…Honorable mention all-state and first team all-area in senior season. PERSONAL: Pre-occupational therapy major and Spanish minor…High Honor Roll…Volunteers with Waunakee EMS.
#9 Gabby Thomas 5-10 Senior OH/RS Henderson, MN LeSuer-Henderson HS 2015: First Team All-WIAC...Played in all 36 matches and 131 of 133 sets...Totaled 354 kills, .158 attack percentage, 321 digs and 67 blocks...Ranked ninth in WIAC in kills per set (2.70) and 10th in points per set (3.10)...Named to UW-Oshkosh Invitational All-Tournament Team after averaging 3.60 kills per set and hitting .300 from Oct. 16-17...Career-high 21 kills in five-set comeback win at UW-Platteville on Sept. 23...Tallied match-high 19 kills and 10 digs in four-set win over No. 19 UW-Oshkosh on Oct. 21...Registered 14 kills and 12 digs in five-set win over Augustana (Ill.) on Sept. 25...Had 13 kills and 18 digs at No. 8 Carthage on Sept. 18...Posted 12 kills and six total blocks in five-set win over John Carroll on Sept. 11...Posted 12 kills, hit .393 and added eight digs in fiveset loss at UW-La Crosse on Oct. 9...Double-double of 15 kills and 10 digs in four-set loss to No. 8 Colorado College on Oct. 17...Had 13 kills and career-high 25 digs in fiveset win over No. 18 UW-Oshkosh in semifinals of WIAC Tournament on Nov. 6...Posted 15 kills and 23 digs in four-set win over No. 17 Elmhurst in first round of NCAA Tournament on Nov. 12...Had 17 double-digit kill matches and 15 double-digit dig matches, including eight doubledoubles. 2014: Played in 36 matches and 121 sets...Ranked fourth on team in kills (266) and fifth in kills per set (2.20).. Finished 18th in WIAC in hitting percentage (.227)... Totaled 60 digs and 60 total blocks...Had career-high 18 kills and hit .400 in five-set win at UW-Whitewater on Oct. 29...Had 16 kills and hit .289 in national semifinals against Emory on Nov. 22...Tallied 15 kills five-set win over Cornell in regional championship match...Registered seven double-digit kill matches. 2013: Appeared in 21 matches and 66 sets…Tallied 55 kills, 52 digs and 40 total blocks…Season-high eight kills versus Northwestern (Minn.) on August 31…Season-best nine digs at Augsburg on Sept. 6. HIGH SCHOOL: Her 357 kills as a senior led the conference and were seventh in state ... Second in conference in blocks (48), fifth in aces (33), third in digs (259) for senior season ... Named all-conference in 2012 ... Team was sub-section champions and sections runnerup in 2010-2012 ... Tied school record for most kills in a game with 25 in Oct. 2012 ... Earned three volleyball letters ... All-conference honorable mention for track and field in 2013 ... Four-time letterwinner in track and field. PERSONAL: Physical therapy major ... Spotlight on scholarship honors 2009-2012.
#10 kendra kundinger 5-5 Sophomore DS/L Waunakee, WI Waunakee HS 2015: Played in all 36 matches and 124 of 133 sets...Led team with 38 aces and added 57 digs...Ranked fifth in WIAC in aces per set (0.31)...Career-high digs in five-set win over Augustana (Ill.) on Sept. 25 and five-set win over Edgewood on Oct. 27...First-career kill versus St. Mary’s (Ind.) on Oct. 2...Match-high three aces in four-set win over No. 19 UWOshkosh on Oct. 21...Had three aces in fiveset win over No. 18 UW-Oshkosh in semifinals of WIAC Tournament on Nov. 6. 2014: Played in 25 matches and 78 sets... Fourth on team in service aces (19)...Totaled 34 digs and six assists...Career-high four digs each versus Carthage on Oct. 4 and Millikin on Oct. 17. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner… Unanimous All-Marawood Conference pick in junior and senior seasons, honorable mention as a sophomore…Named to senior all-state tournament team...Team qualified for state freshman year and was state runner-up senior year…Coach Peggy Empey is a UWSP alum… Also played basketball and softball…Honorable mention all-conference in basketball as a senior…Second team all-conference in softball, honorable mention in junior and senior seasons. PERSONAL: Chemistry major and biology minor…Class valedictorian and secretary… National Honor Society member sophomore year…Scholar athlete award winner.
#11 Bella Nelson 5-10 Junior OH Luck, WI Luck HS 2015: Played in 28 matches and total of 83 sets... Fifth on team with 177 kills...Career-high 19 kills in five-set loss at UW-La Crosse on Oct. 9...Tallied 15 kills and hit .282 in five-set win at UW-Eau Claire in first round of WIAC Tournament on Nov. 3...Posted 12 kills and six digs in five-set victory over John Carroll on Sept. 11...Nine kills and .276 attack percentage in 3-0 win at Saint Mary’s on Sept. 5...Had nine kills and hit .400 in 3-0 loss to UW-Eau Claire on Oct. 7...Had four double-digit kill performances. 2014-15 at ST. CLOUD STATE UNIVERSITY: Played in 22 matches, including five starts, and 48 sets…Recorded 57 kills, 41 digs, seven assists, five aces and three blocks… Finished with five aces and three blocks…Averaged 1.19 kills and 0.85 digs per set… Had season-high nine kills at MSU-Moorhead on Oct. 24. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time letterwinner…Fourtime All-Lakeland West Conference selection… Polk County Leader Rookie of the Year in 2010… Sentinel All-Area in 2010…Menomonie Sprawl All-Tournament Team from 2011-13…All-State Tournament Team and All-State Honorable Mention in 2012…St. Paul Pioneer Press All-Metro Team in 2012…Polk County Leader First Team Outside Hitter from 2011-13…Totaled 1,479 kills, 646 digs, 274 aces and 119 blocks…Three-year team captain… Part of first state tournament team in school history in 2012. PERSONAL: Accounting major and business minor…Parents Al and Jen Nelson…Brothers Corbin (27), Spencer (21) and Sam (18)…Three-year National Honor Society member…Graduated with honors…Academic letterwinner…Volunteer activities include After School All Stars and FCCLA Backpack program.
#12 Delaney Mcreary 5-10 Junior S West Bend, WI West Bend East HS Clarke University 2015: Played in seven sets across five matches... Totaled two assists and one dig. 2014 at CLARKE UNIVERSITY: Played in 10 matches…Totaled 84 assists, 22 digs, four kills and two aces. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time letterwinner…Two-time First Team All-Wisconsin Little Ten Conference… First team all-area senior year, honorable mention junior year…All-state honorable mention as a senior…Team won back-to-back conference championships…Four-year varsity starter…Team MVP. PERSONAL: Elementary education major…Parents Dan and Dawn McCreary…Siblings Callahan (14) and Shealee (7)…National Honor Society member… Scholar-Athlete award recipient…Honor Roll student.
#14 Carly Nisleit 5-8 Freshman OH Woodbury, MN East Ridge High School: All-Conference honorable mention…Named team captain Personal: Elementary education major…Parent Charolette Nisleit…Siblings Amanda (29) and Sarah 26…Academic Letter winner
#15 Kelly Cefalu 5-9 Senior OH Waunakee, WI Waunakee HS 2015: Honorable Mention All-WIAC...Played in 36 matches and all 133 sets...Led team in kills (392), was third in blocks per set (0.51) and sixth in digs per set (1.68)...Ranked sixth in WIAC in kills per set (2.95) and ninth in points per set (3.25)... Career-high 21 kills in four-set loss at No. 13 UWWhitewater on Sept. 30...Tallied 20 kills, 10 in fourth set, of four-set win over No. 17 Elmhurst in first round of NCAA Tournament on Nov. 12... Posted 19 kills in five-set comeback win at UWPlatteville on Sept. 23...Had 18 kills in three-set loss at Wheaton on Sept. 26...Career-high 21 digs and 16 kills at No. 8 Carthage on Sept. 18... Double-double of 15 kills and 15 digs in five-set win over No. 14 Elmhurst on Sept. 19...Career-high six block assists against No. 13 Univ. of Chicago on Sept. 18...Had 16 kills and 10 digs in three-set loss to UW-Eau Claire on Oct. 7...Had eight doubledoubles among 19 double-digit kill and 10 doubledigit dig performances...Double-digit kills in 14 consecutive matches from Sept. 19 - Oct. 17. 2014: Played in six matches and nine sets... Recorded five kills, one service ace, six digs and three block assists...Talllied career-high two kills in wins over Wisconsin Lutheran on Sept. 5 and Olivet on Oct. 1...Added all three block assists against Olivet. 2013: Appeared in three matches and three sets… Had one block in win at UW-Platteville on Oct. 16. HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-conference and honorable mention all-area in 2012 ... Led team to sectional finals as a senior. PERSONAL: Marketing major ... Volunteers at food pantry ... Named to Honor Roll in high school.
#16 Abby Majercik 5-7 Freshman S Johnsburg, IL Johnsburg High School: Three time first team allconference selection…Team captain as a junior and senior…Voted MVP as a junior and senior Personal: Accounting major…Parents Lisa and Joe..Siblings Ann (22) and Amy (20)… Illinois State Scholar…National Honor Society Member…Graduated in Top 15%
#17 Shawnie Sarkinnen 5-10 Sophomore OH/RS Brantwood, WI Prentice HS 2015: No stats. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time letterwinner…First Team All-Marawood Conference as junior and senior, second team as sophomore…Led Marawood Conference with 31 solo blocks junior year…Led Marawood North in kills senior season…Also played basketball and track & field...Three-time first team all-conference in track & field…State qualifier in high jump…Holds conference record in high jump… First team all-conference in basketball as junior and senior. PERSONAL: Major is undecided…Parents Thomas and Sherry Sarkkinen…Siblings Sarah (35), Shane (33) and Sasha (27)…Graduated in top 10 in class…Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association All-Academic Team…Honors diploma…Volunteers as middle school track & field coach and youth volleyball coach.
#18 Kelly Magliano 6-0 Junior MB/RS Chicago, IL Mt. Assisi Academy HS 2015: Played in 10 matches and 21 sets... Totaled 18 kills, 11 blocks and eight digs... Career-high eight kills and hit .462 in sweep of Lawrence on Sept. 16...Season-high three total blocks, two solo, in 3-0 win over Martin Luther on Oct. 16. 2014: Appeared in 16 sets over seven matches...Totaled 17 kills, 14 total blocks and three digs...Tallied career-high six kills at Cornell on Sept. 13...Had four kills and careerhigh eight total blocks versus Olivet on Oct. 1. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner… All-Girls Catholic Athletic Conference choice as junior and senior…Joliet Herald All-Area selection…Named to Rich South Tournament and Springfield Crusader Classic AllTournament teams in senior season…Tallied 312 kills, .400 hitting percentage, 72 total blocks and 198 digs as a senior…Team was 2013 IHSA Regional Champions. PERSONAL: Physical therapy major…Girls Catholic Athletic Conference All-Academic freshman through junior years…Mt. Assisi Student Ambassador Award winner as a sophomore and junior…Religion Award winner as a sophomore…Won Abraham Lincoln Book Award as a senior…Received Vicariate V Youth Leadership Award in junior year…Volunteers through church.
#19 Jamie Schmitz 5-11 Freshman OH Cashton, WI Cashton HS High School: All-conference sophomore, junior and senior seasons…Also named allconference in both basketball and track and field Personal: Major is undecided…Parents Sue and Steve…Sister Kelli Hundt (21)…Graduated with high honors…National Honor Society member…
#20 Maggie Kramer 6-0
Freshman MB Forest Lake, MN Forest Lake High School: All-conference honorable mention as a senior…two time letter winner Personal: Athletic training major…Parents Marta and Reginald Kramer
#21 Danielle Coleman 5-9 Junior Middle Blocker Rockford, IL Keith Country Day HS 2015: Played in 12 matches and 27 sets... Totaled 32 kills, nine digs and five blocks... Career-high 11 kills and hit .308 in 3-0 loss to UW-Eau Claire on Oct. 7...Had six kills and two block assists in four-set win over No. 19 UWOshkosh on Oct. 21...Five kills and two digs in five-set win over Edgewood on Oct. 27. 2014: Played in 18 matches and 49 sets... Tallied 69 kills, 10 service aces, 25 digs and 32 total blocks...Had career-high nine kills against Wartburg on Sept. 12 and at UW-Superior on Sept. 27...Made career-high five total blocks versus Wartburg on Sept. 12 and Lawrence on Sept. 17. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner… Two-time First Team All-Northeastern Athletic Conference selection and two-time second team choice…Team won Illinois 1A State Championships in 2012 and 2013. PERSONAL: Dietetics major…Named Outstanding Participant in 2014 National Achievement Scholarship Program…Dean’s List Honors in 2011...Class President 201113 and Vice President as a senior…Volunteers through In Youth We Trust Grants Committee, Community Foundation of Northern Illinois, Energy Net, Klehm Arboretum and Botanic Garden.
#23 Morgan Wirkus 5-8 Junior OH Marathon, WI Marathon
#24 Rachel Hein 5-10 Freshman MB Muskego, WI Muskego
High School: Three time all-conference selection...All-State honorable mention in senior season
High School: Classic 8 Conference honorable mention selection…two-time state qualifier… state runner-up in 2014
Personal: Accounting major...Parents Brenda and Larry...Siblings Paige (25), Brianna (22) and Preston (18)
Personal: Communication sciences and disorders major and psychology minor…Parents Grace and John Hein…Siblings Kaitlyn (22), Shannon (21) and Christina (14)
#25 Tara Emme 5-9 Freshman OH St. Nazianz, WI Valders High School: Second team all conference as sophomore and senior, honorable mention as a junior…team captain as a junior and senior… Personal: Major is undecided… Parents Paula and Pete…Sibling Dana (21)…Counsellor at Camp A.D.D for adults and Children
#26 Katie Rolefson 5-7 Freshman S Green Bay, WI Green Bay South High School: First Team all-Fox River Classic Conference as a senior…second team all-area as a senior…Second team all-conference as a junior, and honorable mention as a sophomore Personal: Biology Major..Parents Claudia and John..Siblings Krista (26), Kali (24) and Kelsey (22)…Graduated with high honors…National Honor Society member…logged over 200 volunteer hours
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 Katie Ayello West Dundee, IL 2012 Sharon Backman Schofield, WI 1976-79 Elissa Balz Athens, WI 2005 Kate Banser Merrill, WI 2004-05 Morgan Bartkowiak Slinger, WI 2009-12 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 2009-12 Sarah Breuer Beaver Dam, WI 2011-14 Emma Brunkhorst Germantown, WI 2012-2015 Lisa Bucholtz Stevens Point, WI 1988 Sue Bulmer Schofield, WI 1977, 79-81 Sydney Bump Albany, WI 2011 Cris Calvert Oostburg, WI 1991 Erin Carney Brookfield, WI 1996-99 Sabina Carroll Leopolis, WI 1993-95 Jackie Carter Ripon, WI 1975 Shanna Carter Prior Lake, MN 2015-pres. Kelly Cefalu Waunakee, WI 2013-pres. Carly Cerrato De Pere, WI 2015 Dana Christensen Phelps, WI 1996-97 Becky Clarke Madison, WI 1993 Kelly Cisewski Stevens Point, WI 1984-86, 88 Danielle Coleman Rockford, IL 2014-pres. Erica Cota Oshkosh, WI 2009 Anne Court Aurora, IL 1985-88 Maddie Courter Geneva, IL 2015 Lori Cox Kewaunee, WI 1976-79 Laura Chramosta Racine, WI 1981 Jesse Datka Germantown, WI 1990, 92 Allison Davis Rochelle, IL 2010-2013 Katie Dawson Verona, WI 1997, 99 Alyssa Deem Lake in the Hills, IL 2014 Alyssa Derynda Pewaukee, WI 2005-06, 2008 Cindy Doege Forest Lake, MN 1981 Ruth Donner Merrill, WI 1983-85 Jessica Dredske Pardewille, WI 2011-12 Ellen Drewry Waunakee, WI 2014-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
Name Hometown Years Angela Gammelgaard Elk River, MN 1992 Rachel Gasper New Berlin, WI 2013-2014 Meghan Geis Napa, CA 2005 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 2011-12 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 2011-14 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 2009-12 Liz Kohlhagen Sheboygan, WI 1997 Wendy Kohrt Kewaunee, WI 1973-76 Laura Konapacki Belleville, WI 1993-95 Jackie Kramer Wausau, WI 1988-89 Marie Krengel Eagan, MN 2013-pres. 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 Kendra Kundinger Auburndale, WI 2014-pres. Courtney Kurczek Berlin, WI 2008 Amie Kurkowski Fond du Lac, WI 1989 Brittany Laffin Carpentersville, IL 2015-Pres. 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 Linda Literski Athens, WI 1977-78
All-time Roster Name Debbie Loch Krista Loos Taylor Luce Stacey Luczak Courtney Ludwig Katrina Lulich Megan Lundahl Becky Lundberg Alyssa Mader Lori Maier Kelly Magliano Sue Manion Marlene Manske Lori Marten Angela Martin Sarah Marymee Sue Massman Maria Mathis Shelly Maus Colleen McCabe Delaney McCreary Brittany Melby Mandy Meyer Andrea Mickelson Jamie Miller Jennie Miller Karla Miller Mary Miller Margaret Missling Emily Mitchell Amanda Mix Sam Moore Emily Morgan Summer Mrotek Kelsea Mulhern Maggie Mulhern Larissa Murphy Bella Nelson Lori Nelson Pam Nora Katie Oâ€™Brien Whitney Oftedahl Kathy Olsen Samantha Olson Lynn Omernik Melissa Ophoven Molly Orte Christine Otto Kim Palmiteer Jessica Parker Lisa Patefield Hannah Picel Donna Pivonka Emily Peterson Kendra Peterson Tara Peterson Bri Piepenbrok 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
Hometown Years Green Bay, WI 1982-83 Sterling, IL 2013-pres. West Bend, WI 2012 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 Chicago, IL 2014-pres. 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 West Bend, WI 2015-pres. 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 Mineral Point, WI 2013 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 Luck, WI 2015-pres. Abbotsford, WI 1984 Forest Lake, MN 2006-09 Appleton, WI 2005-07 Waupaca, WI 2007-08 Bancroft, WI 1994 New Lisbon, WI 2013 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 West Bend, WI 2012-2015 Valders, WI 1983-84 Eagan, MN 2012-Pres. Wausau, WI 1974-75 Germantown, WI 2011 Merrill, WI 2013-pres. Stevens Point, WI 1977-80 Merrill, WI 1982, 84-85 Spencer, WI 2004 Appleton, WI 1992-95 Racine, WI 1985 Lodi, WI 2011 Dorchester, WI 2009-12 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
Name Hometown Years Jennifer Rueter Burlington, WI 2008 Connie Rutledge Osseo, WI 1973-74 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 Shawnie Sarkkinen Brantwood, WI 2015-pres. 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 2011-2013 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 Jordyn Shields Stevens Point, WI 2013 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 Tiffany Stargardt Marshfield, WI 2014 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 Gabby Thomas Henderson, MN 2013-pres. 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 Emily Westermeyer Huntley, IL 2014 Mary White Evanston, IL 1974-75 Sue Wickland Ozaukee, WI 1980-81 Debbie Wielepski Oak Creek, WI 1985-87 Sarah Wildish Menomonee Falls, WI 2011-2013 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 Sue Zuelsdorff Wausau, WI 1974
All-time versus Opponents Opponent W L Opponent W L Opponent Adrian 1 0 John Carroll 2 1 Saginaw Valley St. Alaska-Fairbanks 1 0 Juniata 0 1 Simpson Alaska Pacific 0 1 Judson 1 3 St. Ambrose Alma 1 0 Kendall 1 0 St. Benedict Aquinas 0 1 Kenyon 1 0 St. Catherine Augsburg 11 5 Knox 2 0 St. Francis Augustana (Ill.) 6 4 Lake Superior State 4 2 St. Kateâ€™s Augustana (S.D.) 0 2 Lake Forest 3 3 St. Maryâ€™s (Minn.) Alverno 1 0 Lakeland 12 6 St. Norbert Baldwin-Wallace 1 0 La Verne 0 2 St. Olaf Baruch (N.Y.) 1 0 Lawrence 22 7 St. Scholastica Beloit 12 2 Lewis 1 0 St. Thomas Bemidji State 3 2 Lewis & Clark 1 0 St. Xavier Benedictine 6 5 Lincoln Christian 1 0 Simpson Bethany Lutheran 1 0 Loras 6 4 South Dakota State Bethel 11 3 Luther 8 4 Southwest State Blackburn 1 0 Macalester 7 2 Southwestern (Texas) Bluffton 2 2 MacMurray 1 0 Texas-Dallas Briar Cliff 0 1 Manchester 0 3 Tiffin Buena Vista 1 0 Mankato State 0 2 Trinity Cal Lutheran 1 1 Maranatha Baptist 3 1 Upper Iowa Calvin 0 2 Marian 7 6 Viterbo Cardinal Stritch 8 1 Marquette 11 11 Waldorf Carleton 6 3 Martin Luther 3 0 Wartburg Carroll 16 3 Michigan Tech 0 2 Webster Carthage 18 12 Michigan-Dearborn 1 1 Western Illinois Central (Iowa) 1 2 Millikin 4 6 Western Michigan Central State (Ohio) 1 0 Milton 1 0 Wheaton (Ill.) Chicago 2 2 MSOE 5 0 Whitworth Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 1 0 Minnesota 1 0 William Penn Clarke 2 1 Minnesota-Duluth 0 6 Wilmington (Ohio) Coe 6 0 Minnesota-Morris 5 3 Winona State Colorado College 0 2 Monmouth 3 3 Wisconsin Concordia (Wis.) 9 1 Moorhead State 0 2 Wisconsin Lutheran Concordia-Chicago 1 0 Moravian 1 0 Wisconsin-Eau Claire Concordia-Moorhead 5 5 Mount Mary 1 0 Wisconsin-Green Bay Concordia-St. Paul 4 4 National Coll. of Ed. 0 1 Wisconsin-La Crosse Cornell (Iowa) 1 1 New York University 1 0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee Dakota State 1 3 North Central 9 5 Wisconsin-Oshkosh DePaul 0 1 North Dakota 1 0 Wisconsin-Parkside Dominican 3 1 North Dakota State 1 2 Wisconsin-Platteville Dubuque 3 2 North Park 1 2 Wisconsin-River Falls Edgewood 16 3 Northeastern Illinois 4 1 Wisconsin-Stout Elmhurst 9 14 Northern Illinois 1 0 Wisconsin-Superior Emory 0 1 Northern Michigan 3 7 Wisconsin-Whitewater Faith Baptist 1 0 Northland 12 3 Wittenberg Ferris State 1 1 Northwest Bible 0 1 Finlandia 8 3 Northwest Missouri St. 0 1 Franklin 1 2 Northwestern (Minn.) 7 4 George Williams 0 1 Northwestern-Roseville 0 1 Geneseo State 1 0 Occidental 1 1 Grand Valley 1 0 Olivet 1 0 Grand View 1 0 Olivet Nazarene 1 0 Grinnell 1 0 Oneonta State 1 0 Gustavus Adolphus 8 2 Otterbein 0 1 Haverford 1 0 Pacific (Ore.) 0 1 Hamline 8 6 Pacific Lutheran 0 1 Hope 1 0 Pillsbury Baptist 1 0 Illinois College 2 0 Presentation 3 0 Illinois Inst. of Tech. 1 0 Purdue-Calumet 1 0 Illinois Wesleyan 3 5 Ripon 18 3 Ithaca 0 1 Rockford 10 0 Iowa Wesleyan 2 0 Rosary 2 0
W L 0 1 0 1 3 4 4 7 11 2 0 1 3 0 5 6 37 20 3 3 8 3 4 12 1 0 0 3 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 4 1 1 0 18 8 1 0 3 8 1 3 0 1 0 1 8 11 0 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 14 3 1 35 55 11 1 29 58 11 22 51 54 3 4 34 31 31 38 38 29 57 31 24 43 0 1
individual Season & Career Records SEASON KILLS 504 Shelly Maus 496 Emma Brunkhorst 440 Shelly Maus 437 Peggy Hartl 418 Emma Brunkhorst 403 Krista Loos 396 Shelly Maus 395 Jodi Lindquist 393 Nichole Stahovich 393 Christina Brinkman
2007 2013 2006 1995 2014 2013 2005 1991 2004 2011
CAREER KILLS 1715 Shelly Maus 1409 Sarah Kuhl 1257 Emma Brunkhorst 1198 Tara Raddatz 1148 Christina Brinkma 1063 Peggy Hartl 952 Morgan Bartkowiak 910 Jodi Lindquist
2004-07 1996-99 2012-15 1992-95 2009-12 1992-95 2009-12 1990-92
SEASON DIGS 676 Lori Marten 675 Lori Marten 661 Hannah Picel 649 Hannah Picel 647 Hannah Picel 596 Amanda Mix 546 Hannah Picel 528 Ally Groth 523 Peggy Hartl 465 Erin Carney 452 Amanda Mix
SEASON KILL PCT. (min. 200 att) .371 Jolien Heiden 1994 (202) .369 Jodi Lindquist 1990 (420) .364 Emma Brunkhorst 2013 (1,034) .363 Alexis Hartman 2014 (358) .354 Shelly Maus 2006 (987) .329 Tara Raddatz 1995 (931) .320 Jodi Lindquist 1991 (945) SEASON SET ASSISTS 1,512 Alexis Hartman 1,469 Alexis Hartman 1,402 Brittany Laffin 1,367 Jolien Heiden 1,230 Alexis Hartman 1,229 Toni Johnson 1,208 Erin Carney 1,208 Jolien Heiden 1,151 Erin Carney
2013 2014 2015 1995 2012 2004 1998 1994 1997
2004 2006 2013 2014 2015 2008 2012 2011 1994 1999 2007
CAREER DIGS 2503 Hannah Picel 2012-15 2163 Lori Marten 2003-06 1472 Amanda Mix 2004-08 1203 Erin Carney 1996-99 1172 Peggy Hartl 1992-95 1159 Christina Brinkman 2009-12 1094 Lori Marten 2003-04 939 Heidi Stephens 1992, 94-96 SEASON SERVICE ACES 81 Erin Carney 79 Nichole Stahovich 77 Jodi Lindquist 68 Emily Hanka 57 Katie Stephenson
1998 2004 1991 1997 2005
CAREER SERVICE ACES 208 Erin Carney 165 Emily Hanka 149 Nichole Stahovich 138 Jodi Lindquist 129 Jolien Heiden
1996-99 1996-98 2002-04 1990-93 1992-95
SEASON TOTAL BLOCKS 288 Tara Raddatz 258 Dawnette Updyke 249 Tara Raddatz 207 Shelly Maus 197 Shelly Maus 172 Morgan Bartkowiak 172 Allison Davis 171 Amy Smolcich
CAREER SET ASSISTS 5,152 Alexis Hartman 2011-14 4,397 Erin Carney 1996-99 3,754 Jolien Heiden 1992-95 2,677 Toni Johnson 2003-05 2,156 Chantel York 2008-10 1,690 Lucy Fisher 1999-01 1,635 Jill Wittmann 2004-07 1,220 Callie Kunde 2005-06
1995 1991 1994 2006 2007 2011 2012 1999
CAREER TOTAL BLOCKS 678 Shelly Maus 2004-07 531 Allison Davis 2010-13 488 Morgan Bartkowiak 2009-12 432 Alexis Hartman 2011-14 339 Emma Brunkhorst 2012-14 244 Pam Nora 2006-09
Team Records SEASON KILLS 1,851 2013 1,839 2014 1,789 2006 1,768 2007 1,733 1995 1,714 2004 1,701 2015 1,639 2012 1,633 1998 1,553 2005 1,524 1997
SEASON DIGS 2,651 2014 2,547 2004 2,558 2015 2,511 2006 2,425 1999 2,359 2007 2,315 2013 2,274 1994 2,218 2012 2,104 1998 2,097 2000
SEASON .288 .265 .260 .249 .243
SEASON 349 338 249 247 247
SERVICE ACES 2004 1998 2006 2005 1991
SEASON 446 389 346 281 125
BLOCK SOLOS 1991 1995 1990 1994 1992
SEASON 559 550 546 504 498 469 466 456 454
BLOCK ASSISTS 2012 1990 2013 2007 2014 1995 1999 1991 1994
KILL PERCENTAGE 1990 1994 1997 1995 1991
SEASON SET ASSISTS 1,809 1990 1,726 2014 1,704 2013 1,601 2015 1,492 2006 1,484 1995 1,460 2007 1,459 2004 1,425 2012 1,388 1998 1,378 1997
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