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2012 WAC VOLLEYBALL DIRECTORY DENVER denverpioneers.com

SEATTLE U goseattleu.com

Peg Bradley-Doppes, Athletics Director........................................ (303) 871-3399 Pam Wettig, SWA................................................................................... (303) 871-4045 Jesse Mahoney, Head Coach............................................................. (303) 871-4874 Press Row................................................................................................. (303) 871-2689 Nicole Dupes, SID [Cell: (954) 478-2090]....................................... (303) 871-4990 FAX.............................................................................................................. (303) 871-3890 E-Mail Address........................................................................... nicole.dupes@du.edu

William Hogan, Athletics Director................................................... (206) 296-6400 Roxanne Levenson, SWA.................................................................... (206) 296-6401 Shannon Ellis, Head Coach................................................................ (206) 296-6426 Press Row................................................................................................. (206) 296-2080 Jason Behenna, SID [Cell: (206) 965-0450]................................... (206) 296-5915 FAX.............................................................................................................. (206) 296-2154 E-Mail Address.......................................................................behennaj@seattleu.edu

IDAHO govandals.com

UT ARLINGTON utamavs.com

Rob Spear, Athletics Director............................................................ (208) 885-0243 Debbie Buchanan, SWA...................................................................... (208) 885-0238 Debbie Buchanan, Head Coach....................................................... (208) 885-0238 Press Row................................................................................................. (208) 885-0211 Nick Heidelberger, SID [Cell: (208) 596-1198].............................. (208) 885-0211 FAX.............................................................................................................. (208) 885-0255 E-Mail Address............................................................... nheidelberger@uidaho.edu

Dr. James Spaniolo, Athletics Director........................................... (817) 272-7170 Debbie Garcia, SWA.............................................................................. (817) 272-2047 Diane Seymour, Head Coach............................................................. (817) 272-2242 Press Row................................................................................................. (817) 272-3795 Melissa Cebold, SID [Cell: (214) 240-8350]................................... (817) 272-7168 FAX.............................................................................................................. (817) 272-9524 E-Mail Address..................................................................................mcebold@uta.edu

LOUISIANA TECH latechsports.com

UTSA goutsa.com

Bruce Van De Velde, Athletics Director.......................................... (318) 257-3247 Mary Kay Hungate, Associate AD/SWA.......................................... (318) 257-5654 Adriano de Souza, Head Coach........................................................ (318) 257-3924 Press Row................................................................................................. (318) 257-3144 Anna Claire Thomas, SID [Cell: (318) 331-3813].......................... (318) 257-5314 FAX.............................................................................................................. (318) 257-3757 E-Mail Address.......................................................................... acthomas@latech.edu

Lynn Hickey, Athletics Director........................................................ (210) 458-4161 Liz Dalton, SWA...................................................................................... (210) 458-4666 Laura Neugebauer-Groff, Head Coach.......................................... (210) 458-4192 Press Row................................................................................................. (210) 458-4196 Tony Baldwin, SID [Cell: (210) 501-6819]....................................... (210) 458-6460 FAX.............................................................................................................. (210) 458-4569 E-Mail Address................................................................anthony.baldwin@utsa.edu

NEW MEXICO STATE nmstatesports.com

TEXAS STATE txstatebobcats.com

McKinley Boston, Athletics Director............................................... (575) 646-8225 Maria Roth, Associate AD/SWA......................................................... (575) 646-1672 Mike Jordan, Head Coach................................................................... (575) 646-4921 Press Row................................................................................................. (575) 646-3400 Eddie Morelos, SID [Cell: (575) 642-5746]..................................... (575) 646-1885 FAX.............................................................................................................. (575) 646-2099 E-Mail Address............................................................................ emorelos@nmsu.edu

Dr. Larry Teis, Athletics Director........................................................ (512) 245-2963 Tracy Shoemake, SWA.......................................................................... (512) 245-2114 Karen Chisum, Head Coach............................................................... (512) 245-3832 Press Row................................................................................................. (512) 245-2434 Steve Appelhans, SID [Cell: (262) 492-4498]................................ (512) 245-4387 FAX.............................................................................................................. (512) 245-2967 E-Mail Address................................................................................... sa38@txstate.edu

SAN JOSE STATE sjsuspartans.com

UTAH STATE utahstateaggies.com

Gene Bleymaier, Athletics Director................................................. (408) 924-1200 Liz Jarnigan, Associate AD/SWA....................................................... (408) 924-2462 Oscar Crespo, Head Coach................................................................. (408) 924-1242 Press Row................................................................................................. (408) 924-3348 Amy Villa, SID [Cell: (408) 421-8604]............................................... (408) 924-1216 FAX.............................................................................................................. (408) 924-1291 E-Mail Address................................................................................. amy.villa@sjsu.edu

Scott Barnes, Athletics Director........................................................ (435) 797-2060 Jana Doggett, Executive Associate AD/SWA............................... (435) 797-3907 Grayson DuBose, Head Coach.......................................................... (435) 797-2068 Press Row................................................................................................. (435) 797-3443 Zach Fisher, SID [Cell: (435) 213-0318]........................................... (435) 797-2066 FAX.............................................................................................................. (435) 797-2615 E-Mail Address..............................................................................zach.fisher@usu.edu

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 2201 E. Asbury St. Denver, CO 80208

Mailing Address Media Relations 875 Perimeter Dr., MS 2302 Moscow, ID 83844-2302

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations Thomas Assembly Center, Room 161 Ruston, LA 71270

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations MSC 3145, PO Box 30001 Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001

Mailing Address Athletics Media Relations One Washington Square San Jose, CA 95192

Mailing Address 901 12th Ave. PO Box 222000 Seattle, WA 98122

Mailing Address UTA Box 19950 601 S. Pecan St. Arlington, TX 76019-9524

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249-0691

Mailing Address Sports Information 601 University Dr. San Marcos, TX 78666

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 7400 Old Main Hill Logan, UT 84322

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

WAC standings, statistics, championships information, school links and more are available on the Internet at: www.wacsports.com

MEDIA CENTER

School Directory..................................................... IFC WAC Notes.................................................................... 1 Play Up....................................................................... 2-7 WAC History.................................................................. 8 National Champions................................................. 9 WAC Timeline...................................................... 10-11 WAC Staff.............................................................. 12-13 WAC SAAC............................................................ 14-15 Team Sport Summary.............................................15 WAC Championships Calendar............................15 WAC Volleyball Notebook.............................. 16-18 2012 WAC Tournament Bracket...........................19

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The WAC’s Web site (wacsports.com) includes a link on the home page to the Media Center. From there, links to media guides, notes, teleconferences, logos, images and other information can be found.

The Schools

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9250 E. Costilla Ave., Suite 300 Englewood, CO 80112-3662 Phone: (303) 799-9221 FAX: (303) 799-3888 WAC STAFF DIRECTORY Jeff Hurd, Interim Commissioner........................................................(303) 962-4216................................ jhurd@wac.org Connie Hurlbut, Senior Associate Commissioner/SWA..............(303) 962-4205..........................churlbut@wac.org David Chaffin, Assoc. Commissioner/Communications & Tech.....(303) 962-4212.......................... dchaffin@wac.org Mollie Lehman, Assoc. Commissioner/Business & Operations....(303) 962-4215........................mlehman@wac.org Matt Burgemeister, Asst. Commissioner/Compliance................(303) 962-4211............mburgemeister@wac.org Vicky Eggleston, Director of Graphic Design & Publications....(303) 962-4207.................... veggleston@wac.org Amanda Benzine, Director of Marketing.........................................(303) 962-4204........................ abenzine@wac.org Jason Erickson, Director of Media Relations...................................(303) 962-4206.........................jerickson@wac.org Hope Shuler, Director of Media Relations.......................................(303) 962-4213............................hshuler@wac.org Matt Pucak, Asst. Director of Championships/Media Relations.....(303) 962-4214 ............................... mpucak@wac.org Kathy Schild, Senior Executive Assistant.........................................(303) 962-4208.............................kschild@wac.org Seth Pringle, Media Relations Intern.................................................(303) 962-4219...........................springle@wac.org Kristin Preble, Business & Compliance Intern................................(303) 962-4203............................kpreble@wac.org SUPERVISORS OF OFFICIALS Jim Blackwood, Football........................................................................(972) 203-6019.....jim.blackwood@sbcglobal.net Alan Suzuki, Volleyball...........................................................................(303) 741-3565............................asuzuki@wac.org Dan Keohane, Women’s Soccer..........................................................(650) 343-4947.......................dkeohane@aol.com Bobby Dibler, Men’s Basketball...........................................................(915) 598-6286................. diblerb@sbcglobal.net Kaye Garms, Women’s Basketball.......................................................(303) 238-4630............................ kgarms@wac.org Dan Pedersen, Baseball..........................................................................(619) 368-8228..................... dpedersen@wac.org Dave Neidlinger, Softball.......................................................................(303) 755-1192..............topofficial@comcast.net

Denver................................................................... 20-23 Idaho...................................................................... 24-27 Louisiana Tech.................................................... 28-31 New Mexico State.............................................. 32-35 San Jose State..................................................... 36-39 Seattle U............................................................... 40-43 UT Arlington........................................................ 44-47 UTSA....................................................................... 48-51 Texas State........................................................... 52-55 Utah State............................................................ 56-59

Records & History

2011 Statistics..................................................... 60-61 2011 Superlatives.....................................................62 WAC Match and Season Records........................63 WAC Leaders By Season.................................. 64-71 Career Leaders...........................................................72 Single-Season Top 10....................................... 73-74 All-Time Standings............................................ 75-77 Team Championships.............................................77 Team Composite Standings..................................78 WAC NCAA History............................................ 78-80 WAC NIVC History.....................................................81 WAC Tournament History............................... 81-83 WAC Individual Honors .........................................84 All-WAC Teams.................................................... 84-87 Three and Four-Time All-WAC Selections .......87 All-WAC By School............................................. 88-89 Academic All-WAC Teams............................... 90-92 WAC Players of the Week................................ 93-94 National Awards................................................. 95-96 Final Attendance Rankings............................ 97-99 Final National Polls....................................... 100-103 Final National RPI.......................................... 104-105 Final NCAA Statistics................................... 106-107 2012 Composite Schedule........................ 108-110

Credits

The 2012 WAC volleyball media guide was compiled and published by the WAC office with the assistance and cooperation of the conference’s sports information directors and their staffs. Editor Hope Shuler Layout and Design Vicky Eggleston

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WAC SCHOOLS COMMIT TO IMPROVEMENT The 10 members of the Western Athletic Conference are committed to growing their athletic programs from good to great and from great to exemplary. In no time since the WAC’s founding in 1962, has the membership been so supportive of a league direction or idea.

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On each campus, WAC schools are making great strides to improve both athletically and academically. Whether that means better facilities, better academic support, or more financial and personnel resources, all WAC schools are making new commitments to their athletic departments. What this means for prospective and current student-athletes is a concerted effort to make their college athletic experience more rewarding and fulfilling. Play Up is not a slogan. It is a reminder and a promise to do the little things to get better each day. Whether that is working towards a personal goal, a team goal, or an institutional goal, Play Up is a league-wide commitment to get better. For some schools, the starting point of this improvement is higher than for other schools. Regardless of the starting point, each school is improving both academically and athletically. As for the WAC staff, it is committed to cultivating success among its members, while also increasing exposure and revenue. Concurrently, it is also upgrading the college athletic experience for all of its student-athletes.

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Academic: Since its inception in 1864, the University of Denver is a distinguished leader among America’s universities in a wide variety of academic fields. DU is known world-wide for its Daniels College of Business and Sturm College of Law. DU has also developed nationally-recognized programs outside of the fields of business and law. In addition to Daniels and Sturm, DU’s undergraduate academic entities include the renowned Josef Korbel School of International Studies, the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, the Division of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, the Morgridge College of Education, the Women’s College, University College, and the School of Engineering and Computer Science. The growth of the campus has paralleled the University’s academic flourishing. DU encompasses 125 acres just south of downtown Denver and has enhanced the historical feel of the grounds in recent years by constructing new, state-of-the-art buildings to house the College of Education, College of Law and School of Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management. In August of 2010, US News and World Report confirmed the University of Denver’s rising academic pedigree with a ranking of 86th best university in the country, a figure that is among the highest given to any Western school. Athletic: The University of Denver has captured 28 NCAA Division I championships since beginning intercollegiate athletics in 1867. The Pioneers have earned an NCAA record 21 skiing national championships and are tied for second with seven NCAA hockey titles. Since 2005, the Pioneers have won five NCAA Championships, 51 conference titles and 40 coach of the year honors, while achieving numerous national rankings. The Pioneers have become one of the top NCAA Division I non-football institutions, capturing four of the last five I-AAA Directors’ Cup trophies.

DENVER

Location: Denver, Colo. Nickname: Pioneers Joined WAC: 2012

MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Golf, Hockey, Lacrosse, Skiing, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Golf, Gymnastics, Lacrosse, Skiing, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Volleyball Academic: The University of Idaho is leading the West by providing access to exceptional learning opportunities, world-class facilities and an unparalleled residential community. Its students come from every state and 77 countries and its faculty are at the forefront of research and they lecture at prominent organizations around the world. Idaho’s facilities create a dynamic and engaging learning environment and include the stunning Student Recreation Center, ASUI-Kibbie Athletic Center, Idaho Commons, Student Union Building and Prichard Art Gallery. Idaho continues to have a record number of National Merit Scholars – second-most amongst public institutions of higher education in the Northwest and more than all other Idaho institutions combined. The Corporation for National and Community Service named Idaho to the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service efforts. This is the fifth-consecutive year Idaho has earned this highest federal recognition for its commitment to service learning and civic engagement. In 2012, Idaho swept the WAC’s Stan Bates Award for the second time in three years, as Markus Geiger and Kayla Mortellaro were honored with the league’s top student-athlete honor. The Vandals have now won the award a record eight times in just seven seasons of WAC participation. Athletic: Renovations continued at the Kibbie Dome in 2011-12 with the replacement of the East End wall and construction of the Litehouse Center, Bud and June Ford Clubroom and the Bob Curtis Press Box, which was re-located on the north side of the Dome. The Dan O’Brien Track & Field Complex also underwent a complete renovation in time to host the 2012 WAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Idaho won three Western Athletic Conference team titles in 2011-12 and finished second in the WAC Commissioner’s Cup standings as 10 of the school’s 16 sports finished third place or better in the WAC. Four Idaho studentathletes earned All-America honors in 2011-12 and Vandals combined for 91 First-Team All-WAC honors, 66 Second-Team honors, four WAC Athlete of the Year honors, two WAC Freshman of the Year honors, five WAC Coach of the Year awards and the WAC’s Joe Kearney Award for the top individual athlete in the conference. In addition to their on-field pursuits, Vandal student-athletes were honored with a program-high 179 WAC All-Academic honors in 2011-12 and nine teams earned national academic honors. MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball 3 WACSports.com

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Location: Moscow, Idaho Nickname: Vandals Joined WAC: 2005


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Academic: Louisiana Tech continues to separate itself as one of the top academic institutions in the South as a four-year selective admissions research university awarding bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees. The university is one of only two institutions in Louisiana to be ranked as a Tier One “National University” by US News & World Report. Louisiana Tech was also among the first universities in the nation to offer biomedical engineering in the 1970s, was the first in the United States to award a bachelor’s degree in nanosystems engineering in 2005, and is now offering the first cyber-engineering bachelor’s degree beginning in 2012. Louisiana Tech prides itself in being among the leading schools in nanotechnology research and has recently introduced the nation’s first broad-based, interdisciplinary nanotechnology Ph.D. programs. In addition to boasting one of the state’s highest graduation rates, Tech also received Louisiana’s highest ranking among public colleges and universities in the 2010 national rankings released by the Washington Monthly, an influential and highly-respected, service-oriented national magazine. In the most recent Federal Graduation Rate Report released last fall, Louisiana Tech recorded its highest student-athlete Graduation Success Rate (GSR) and its highest four-year graduation rate ever. The University’s student-athletes recorded a four-year graduation rate of 72 percent which ranked No. 2 in the state of Louisiana among Division 1 football-playing public institutions and among the best in the nation.

LOUISIANA TECH

Location: Ruston, La. Nickname: Bulldogs/Lady Techsters Joined WAC: 2001

Athletic: Louisiana Tech enters an unprecedented era of change as illustrated by the $20 million dollar Quest for Excellence Campaign to construct a new facility in the south endzone of Joe Aillet Stadium which will house new state-of-the-art sports medicine facility, a new strength and conditioning complex, a new academic center as well as coaches offices and locker rooms for many of the athletic programs. Tech Athletics is coming off a year where it saw its football team win the WAC championship and compete in the Poinsettia Bowl while punter Ryan Allen won the Ray Guy Award. The Bulldog basketball team defeated defending champion Utah State and regular season champion Nevada on the way to the WAC tournament title game for the first time ever. Track star Chelsea Hayes finished second at the US Olympic trials and joined two other former Tech student-athletes (Jason Morgan, Ayanna Alexander) in competing in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. MEN’S SPORTS: , Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Bowling, Cross Country, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball Academic: For the 14th consecutive semester, all 17 men’s and women’s teams cumulative grade point averages combined are at or above a 3.00. For the 14th consecutive semester, Scholar Student-Athlete representation (3.0 semester and or cumulative grade point average or higher) was higher than 50 percent of the student-athlete population. The Aggies had 50 student-athletes post a perfect 4.0 GPA in the spring semester. NM State led the WAC with 184 Academic All-WAC selections including 40 in fall and spring and 37 in the winter. The Aggies graduate 86 percent of student-athletes, who exhausting their eligibility.

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Location: Las Cruces, N.M. Nickname: Aggies Joined WAC: 2005

Athletic: The New Mexico State men’s basketball team won its second conference tournament championships in three years in 2011-12 and advanced to its 19th NCAA Tournament. The Aggie baseball team won its first regular season WAC title in school history and made its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2003. The NM State women’s soccer team won a program-record 10 matches in 2011 and earned its second trip to the conference tournament, where the Aggies posted their first postseason victory. The NM State men’s golf team finished second at the WAC Championships and sent two players to the NCAA Regional. The Aggie volleyball team played in the WAC Tournament Championship. Both the NM State men’s and women’s cross country teams collected runner-up finishes at the 2011 WAC Championships with Courtney Schultz winning the women’s race. Schultz earned WAC Athlete of the Year honors for the third straight season. The Aggie swimming and diving team finished in fourth place at the conference meet and Aliena Schmidtke was named WAC Freshman of the Year, which is the second consecutive honor for the Crimson and White. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Equestrian, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball 4 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide


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Location: San Jose, Calif. Nickname: Spartans Joined WAC: 1996

Athletic: San Jose State University has won more NCAA team championships (10) and Spartan studentathletes have captured more NCAA individual titles (52) than any current Western Athletic Conference member. Football’s 2006 New Mexico Bowl win; 2011-12 WAC Championships in men’s golf, women’s swimming and women’s golf; the women’s gymnastics team, competing in four of the last five NCAA Regional Championships; the women’s water polo team consistently ranking among the nation’s top-10 programs and the men’s basketball squad accepting a 2011 CBI post-season bid are among the program’s recent competitive highlights. Increasingly, more student-athletes are earning academic All-WAC recognition. Among WAC members, San Jose State has received the most NCAA Public Recognition Awards for superior Academic Progress Rate scores. Current professional athletes include wide receiver James Jones of the Green Bay Packers and golfers Pat Hurst, Juli Inkster and Mark Wiebe. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Volleyball, Water Polo

Academic: Seattle University, founded in 1891, is a Jesuit Catholic university located on 50 acres in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. More than 7,900 students are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs within eight schools and colleges. Seattle University is consistently ranked among the top 10 universities in the West by U.S. News & World Report and included in The Princeton Review’s Best Colleges guide. In the past 15 years, Seattle University has invested more than $200 million to build and renovate facilities. Thanks to a successful capital campaign, the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons was opened in September 2010, vastly improving the student’s access to new technology as a means of enhancing their education. In September 2011, a new fitness center and a new residence hall were dedicated, further enhancing the campus life. Seattle U prides itself on its commitment to social justice, community service, and sustainability.

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Location: Seattle, Wash. Nickname: Redhawks Joined WAC: 2012

Athletic: Seattle University’s entrance into the Western Athletic Conference coincides with the school’s completion of the reclassification process for NCAA Division I membership. Seattle U competed at the Division I level from 1950-80, advancing to 11 NCAA men’s basketball tournaments, including the title game of the 1958 tournament. Famous alumni include Elgin Baylor, Ed and John O’Brien, Eddie Miles, Tom Workman, Clint Richardson, Pat Lesser, Janet Hopps, Orrin Vincent, and Tom Gorman. The men’s soccer team won the 2004 NCAA Division II National Championship, while the swim program boasted two individual national champions in a three-year span. The 2011-12 academic year saw a postseason appearance by the women’s basketball team, three individual conference championships for the track and field program, another winning season for the women’s soccer program, and three individual tournament titles for a member of the women’s golf program. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Indoor Track and Field, Outdoor Track and Field, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Indoor Track and Field, Outdoor Track and Field, Rowing, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball

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UT ARLINGTON

Location: Arlington, Texas Nickname: Mavericks Joined WAC: 2012

Athletic: UT Arlington has been known as an athletic program that excels on the field and in the classroom. UTA has won 55 conference championships since the start of the 1996-97 academic year including men’s basketball and baseball this past season. This past spring, 83 Mavericks were named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll. The Mavericks men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams are now housed in the university’s $78 million College Park Center. The 7,000-seat arena opened in February of 2012. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis, Softball, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

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Location: San Antonio, Texas Nickname: Roadrunners Joined WAC: 2012

Academic: Founded in 1969 by the Texas Legislature to be a “university of the first class,” UTSA is an intellectual and creative resource center and socioeconomic development catalyst for Texas and beyond. With nearly 31,000 students enrolled in more than 135 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs in the Colleges of Architecture, Business, Education & Human Development, Engineering, Honors, Liberal & Fine Arts, Public Policy, Sciences and Graduate School, it is one of the largest of nine academic universities and six health institutions in the University of Texas System. One of the state’s fastest-growing public universities for much of the last decade, UTSA is a multicultural institution of access and excellence and it aims to be a national research university that provides access to educational excellence and prepares citizen leaders for the global environment. More than half of UTSA’s students come from groups underrepresented in higher education. Many students are the first in their families to attend a college or university. As the region’s largest generator of engineers, artists, business professionals, teachers, scientists and technology managers, UTSA has produced more than 90,000 graduates since awarding its first degree in 1974. UTSA has more than 1,400 tenured, tenure-track and non-tenure faculty, and 98 percent of full-time faculty hold doctorates or equivalent terminal degrees. UTSA has a total of 39 endowed academic positions, a measure of academic excellence. They include 14 distinguished chairs, eight chairs, six distinguished professorships, 12 professorships and one faculty fellowship. In addition to the educational advantages UTSA offers, its economic impact directly and indirectly generates more than $1.2 billion in annual business revenues and supports an estimated 15,700 jobs in the San Antonio metropolitan statistical area. Athletic: UTSA won a school-record five conference championships (men’s basketball, women’s golf, soccer, men’s indoor track and field and volleyball) during the 2010-11 season to earn the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Cup and the men’s basketball team won its first-ever NCAA Tournament game with a first-round victory against Alabama State. The Roadrunners went on to win four Southland titles in their final year as a member institution in 2011-12. A school-record 130 student-athletes were named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll in 2010-11 and that was followed by 129 honorees this past academic year. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

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Academic: Texas State University, which was founded in 1899 and opened its doors in 1903, is an Emerging Research University located in San Marcos, Texas, a growing community on the edge of the Texas Hill Country between Austin and San Antonio. Texas State’s 457-acre campus is located at the headwaters of the spring-fed San Marcos River. The university’s rolling hills, state of the art facilities, and stately oak and cypress trees create an impressive academic setting. Texas State’s main campus is the largest campus within the Texas State University System and the fifth largest in the state with 35,000 students choosing from 97 bachelor, 87 master and 12 doctoral degrees. While Texas State is rapidly emerging as one of the state’s leading institutions for research in a challenging and rewarding academic environment, the university also ranks second in the state with nearly 20 Piper Professors, the state’s most prestigious award for undergraduate teaching, and is one of the top producing universities of Fulbright Scholars. Texas State is the only university in the State of Texas to have a U.S. President among its graduates. Athletic: Texas State Athletics joins the Western Athletic Conference in 2012-13 when the Bobcats play their first season as a member of a NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) conference. Texas State joins the WAC after winning six national championships (four NCAA Division II and two NAIA), 57 NCAA Division I conference championships and 26 conference tournaments. In 2011-12, Texas State had six teams or individuals competing in NCAA Championships and the Bobcats won their 10th conference Women’s All-Sports Trophy in the last 12 years. Texas State has prepared for this move with more than $70 million spent in upgrading its football stadium during that past three years. This season, Bobcat Stadium’s seating capacity has doubled to nearly 30,000 with the addition of a North Side Complex. The Bobcats enjoyed record-setting attendance in football, baseball and softball last and expect its football attendance records to be shattered with the increased seating capacity this season.

TEXAS STATE

Location: San Marcos, Texas Nickname: Bobcats Joined WAC: 2012

MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball Academic: Since its founding in 1888, Utah State University, located in Logan, Utah, has evolved from a small, agricultural college to one that is nationally and internationally recognized for its intellectual and technological leadership in land, water, space and life enhancement. As Utah’s land grant institution, the university has 850 faculty who provide education for more than 25,000 undergraduate and graduate students. With eight colleges, more than 200 majors and 130 research-related classes, Utah State counts seventeen Goldwater Scholars and a Rhodes Scholar among its graduates in the past eleven years. National Rankings: #1 highest-ranked public university in the West and #5 in the nation in “America’s Best College Buys” (Forbes, “America’s Best College Buys,” Aug. 2011); Ranked in top 2 percent of prestigious graduate schools of education in the U.S. for the past decade, Emma Eccles Jones College of Education (U.S. News and World Report, “America’s Best Graduate Schools,” 2011 edition); 2nd in the nation for research funding received for aerospace engineering (National Science Foundation’s 2008 fiscal year report, Aug. 2010); and #2 Best College Town in the West, Logan (AIER College Destination Index 2010-11, “75 Best College Towns,” Sept. 2010). Athletic: Utah State University won WAC Championships in men’s cross country, women’s soccer, and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field during the 2011-12 academic year. USU also finished second in the WAC in football, women’s basketball, and men’s indoor and outdoor track and field, while women’s cross country placed third. Utah State also had plenty of success in the classroom as well, as its studentathletes traditionally rank among the best in the Western Athletic Conference with an 84 percent graduation success rate and a cumulative 3.17 grade-point average. MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Gymnastics, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball 7 WACSports.com

UTAH STATE

Location: Logan, Utah Nickname: Aggies Joined WAC: 2005


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WAC HISTORY SINCE 1962

In 2005, Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State joined the WAC after Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdrew. Boise State withdrew prior to the After completing its 50th year of intercollegiate competition, the 2011-12 season. The current membership began on July 1, 2012 when Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the WAC added Denver, Seattle U, UT-Arlington, UTSA and Texas State to the nation’s best programs. One thing that remains unchanged is the replace withdrawing members, Fresno State, Hawai‘i and Nevada. persistent nature of the schools in the WAC to advance their programs to contend at the top levels of the NCAA. The WAC has had just six commissioners in its history. Paul Brechler was named the first leader of the conference and held the position from The WAC provides its student-athletes the chance to travel to scenic 1962-1968. He was followed by Wiles Hallock (1968-71), Stan Bates destinations and gain exposure in some of the nation’s most diverse (1971-80), Dr. Joe Kearney (1980-94), Karl Benson (1994-2012) and current markets. In addition, the WAC’s student-athletes work to achieve the interim commissioner Jeff Hurd (2012-present). highest levels of success with the academic support of their respective institutions.

WAC CHAMPIONS

CONTINUED SUCCESS

Presently, the WAC crowns team and individual champions in 19 sports – eight men’s and 11 women’s. For the men, there are championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. Championships for women are held in basketball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and volleyball.

The WAC has experienced tremendous success over the years. Since 2000, a total of 43 football teams have been invited to bowl games, including more than half of its teams in 2008 with a record-tying five. The conference has sent teams to BCS bowl games three times since 2006. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 24 of the past 29 seasons. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003. In women’s basketball, Louisiana Tech The WAC office has been located in the Denver area since the conferbasketball has played in all but three NCAA postseason tournaments ence’s inception with the exception of a two-year stay in Phoenix from during its history. 1964-66.

TELEVISION PRESENCE In 2001, the WAC partnered with ESPN for coverage of football and basketball giving the conference national exposure from one of the most respected broadcast entities in the country. The WAC also officially added WAC.tv in 2006 to give fans streaming internet access to many of its postseason championships including volleyball, soccer, swimming and diving, basketball, softball and baseball.

HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE The WAC is the sixth oldest among the nation’s 11 Division I-A conferences. Its history traces back to July 27, 1962, when the original six-team league of Arizona, Arizona State, Brigham Young, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming began competition. The first championship was held in November 1962, when Arizona won the men’s cross country title and New Mexico followed with the first WAC football title. Arizona finished second in the NCAA College World Series and, less than three years later, Arizona State claimed the league’s first NCAA title when the Sun Devils won the College World Series trophy. Fresno State was the last WAC school to earn an NCAA team title when it won the College World Series in 2008. Since 1962, several changes have occurred. UTEP and Colorado State became members in September 1967, while Arizona and Arizona State withdrew on June 30, 1978. The WAC then added San Diego State (1978), Hawai‘i (1979) and Air Force (1980). Before 1990, the WAC sponsored championships only in men’s sports. However, a merger with the High Country Athletic Conference formed a single conference under one administrative structure, and the 1990-91 athletic year was the first in which both men and women competed under the WAC name. Fresno State was added in 1992, and then in 1996, the women’s programs from Air Force and Hawai‘i along with six new schools (UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa) came into the WAC. Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming withdrew on June 30, 1999. Nevada (2000), Boise State (2001) and Louisiana Tech (2001) were added while TCU withdrew following the 2000-01 season.

WAC Founding Fathers Kneeling L-R: New Mexico FR Guido Daub, WAC SID Don Smith, BYU FR Dean Milton Hartvigsen. Sitting L-R: Wyoming FR Dean H.T. Person, ASU AD Clyde Smith, Arizona FR Tom Hall. Standing L-R: ASU FR Al Thomas, Utah FR Dean L. David Hiner, Utah AD Bud Jack, Wyoming AD Red Jacoby, New Mexico AD Pete McDavid, WAC Commissioner Paul Brechler.

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONS NCAA TEAM TITLES

49 NCAA team titles have been won by the 10 members of the WAC

Women’s Basketball 1982 Louisiana Tech 1988 Louisiana Tech Boxing 1940 Idaho 1941 Idaho 1950 Idaho 1958 San Jose State 1959 San Jose State 1960 San Jose State Men’s Cross Country 1962 San Jose State 1963 San Jose State Football 1973 Louisiana Tech (II) 1981 Texas State (II) 1982 Texas State (II) Men’s Golf 1948 San Jose State 1983 Texas State (II) Women’s Golf 1987 San Jose State 1989 San Jose State 1992 San Jose State

Men’s Soccer 2004 Seattle U (II) Men’s Outdoor Track and Field 1969 San Jose State

PAST TEAM TITLES

35 NCAA team titles were won by former members of the WAC

Baseball 1965 Arizona State 1967 Arizona State 1969 Arizona State 1976 Arizona 1977 Arizona State 2003 Rice 2008 Fresno State Men’s Cross Country 1969 UTEP 1975 UTEP 1976 UTEP 1978 UTEP 1979 UTEP 1980 UTEP 1981 UTEP Women’s Cross Country 1997 Brigham Young

NCAA INDIVIDUAL TITLES 190 NCAA individual titles have been won by the 10 teams in the WAC Denver (87) Women’s Gymnastics (II).......................................... 3 Skiing............................................................................80 Men’s Swimming and Diving (I/II)......................... 3 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field.............................. 1 Idaho (23) Boxing...........................................................................16 Skiing.............................................................................. 3 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field.............................. 3 Women’s Outdoor Track and Field....................... 1 Louisiana Tech (1) Men’s Outdoor Track and Field.............................. 1 San Jose State (52) Boxing...........................................................................17 Men’s Fencing.............................................................. 1 Women’s Fencing....................................................... 1 Men’s Golf...................................................................... 2 Women’s Golf............................................................... 1 Men’s Swimming and Diving (II)........................... 2 Men’s Tennis................................................................. 1 Men’s Indoor Track and Field.................................. 3 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field............................24 Seattle U (2) Men’s Swimming and Diving (II)........................... 2 UT Arlington (17) Men’s Swimming and Diving (I/II).......................13 Men’s Indoor Track and Field.................................. 1 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field (I/II)..................... 3

Women’s Gymnastics 1983 Denver (II)

Football 1984 Brigham Young

Men’s Ice Hockey 1958 Denver 1960 Denver 1961 Denver 1968 Denver 1969 Denver 2004 Denver 2005 Denver

Men’s Golf 1981 Brigham Young 1998 UNLV

Texas State (2) Men’s Tennis (II)........................................................... 1 Women’s Outdoor Track and Field (II)................. 1

Women’s Gymnastics 1992 Utah

Utah State (6) Men’s Golf...................................................................... 1 Men’s Indoor Track and Field.................................. 2 Men’s Outdoor Track and Field.............................. 3

Skiing 1954 Denver 1955 Denver 1956 Denver 1957 Denver 1961 Denver 1962 Denver 1963 Denver 1964 Denver 1965 Denver 1966 Denver 1967 Denver 1969 Denver 1970 Denver 1971 Denver 2000 Denver 2001 Denver 2002 Denver 2005 Denver 2008 Denver 2009 Denver 2010 Denver

Softball 1998 Fresno State Men’s Indoor Track and Field 1974 UTEP 1975 UTEP 1976 UTEP 1978 UTEP 1980 UTEP 1981 UTEP 1982 UTEP Men’s Outdoor Track and Field 1970 Brigham Young 1975 UTEP 1977 Arizona State 1978 UTEP 1979 UTEP 1980 UTEP 1981 UTEP 1982 UTEP

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WAC TIMELINE July 27, 1962 - The original charter for the Western Athletic Conference is signed by the presidents of the charter member universities. Paul Brechler is named the WAC’s first commissioner. Nov. 10, 1962 - Arizona State wins the first WAC championship as it captures the cross country title. Dec. 19, 1964 - Utah becomes the first school since the formation of the conference to participate in a bowl game as it defeats West Virginia, 32-6, in the Liberty Bowl. March 20, 1966 - Utah becomes the first school to reach the NCAA Final Four, and Brigham Young captures the championship of the National Invitation Tournament. Sept. 20, 1967 - UTEP becomes the WAC’s seventh member.

June 14, 1994 - The WAC signs a multi-year football contract with ESPN and ABC. January, 1995 - For the first time, three WAC football teams finish the season ranked among the nation’s top 25 in both the USA Today/CNN Coaches’ Poll and the Associated Press Top 25. May 1, 1995 - The Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas is selected as the site of the 1997 and 1998 WAC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. May 9, 1995 - The WAC signs a multi-year contract with ESPN for the telecast of 22 men’s and two women’s basketball games annually, the largest such contract in WAC history and the first national telecast of WAC women’s basketball. The WAC becomes the only conference in the country with an exclusive contract with ESPN for football and basketball.

Sept. 26, 1968 - Colorado State becomes the WAC’s eighth member.

June 5, 1995 - The WAC Council of Presidents select Las Vegas’ Sam Boyd Stadium as the site for the 1996 and 1997 WAC Football Championship Game.

Sept. 1, 1969 - Wiles Hallock replaces Paul Brechler as commissioner.

Dec. 11, 1995 - The WAC’s first Web site is published.

July 1, 1971 - Stan Bates becomes the WAC’s third commissioner as he replaces Wiles Hallock.

Feb. 19, 1996 - The MGM Grand Garden arena is selected as the site of the inaugural WAC Volleyball Tournament, to be contested Nov. 26-30 in Las Vegas.

Dec. 27, 1971 - The first Fiesta Bowl, originated to match the WAC champion against an atlarge team, is played in Tempe, Ariz. Arizona State defeats Florida State, 45-38. Dec. 27, 1976 - The Presidents’ Council receives official notification of the intention of Arizona and Arizona State to seek affiliation with the then-Pacific-8 Conference. April 8, 1977 - San Diego State University is extended an invitation of membership effective July 1, 1978. May 2, 1977 - The University of Hawai‘i is extended a membership invitation dependent upon the institution’s meeting of certain criteria set by the Council. June 30, 1978 - Arizona and Arizona State officially withdraw from the conference. Sept. 29, 1978 - The University of Hawai`i is officially approved as a member effective July 1, 1979. Dec. 22, 1978 - After a seven-year tie to the Fiesta Bowl, the WAC begins a new affiliation with the Holiday Bowl in San Diego.

Feb. 26, 1996 - The WAC Council selects Pacific and Mountain as the names for the newlycreated divisions to be instituted in 1996-97. July 1, 1996 - The WAC becomes the nation’s largest NCAA Division I-A conference with 16 members competing in 11 men’s and 10 women’s championship sports. Nov. 26-30, 1996 - The WAC hosts its first ever volleyball tournament at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Brigham Young defeats Hawai`i, 3-2, in the championship match. Dec. 7, 1996 - Brigham Young and Wyoming play in the inaugural WAC Football Championship game at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. Brigham Young wins the game in overtime, 28-25, before a record-setting crowd of 41,238, the largest for a team sporting event in Nevada. Jan. 1, 1997 - The WAC has its second team ever play in a New Year’s Day bowl. Brigham Young defeats Kansas State in the Cotton Bowl, 19-15, and sets the record for most wins by a Division I-A school with 14. June 23, 1997 - The WAC becomes a Bowl Alliance member beginning with the 1998 season.

Aug. 29, 1979 - The United States Air Force Academy is accepted as a member effective July 1, 1980.

Nov. 24, 1997 - Brigham Young wins the women’s NCAA national championship in cross country. It’s the first-ever women’s national title in WAC history.

May 1, 1980 - Dr. Joe Kearney is named the fourth commissioner in conference history as he replaces Stan Bates.

March 30, 1998 - The Utah Runnin’ Utes advance to the NCAA men’s basketball title game. Utah leads most of the game, but bows out in the final five minutes to Kentucky.

May 1, 1983 - The Presidents’ Council approves the concept for a WAC Basketball Tournament beginning in 1984.

May 25, 1998 - Fresno State’s softball team wins the national championship with a 1-0 victory over Arizona.

Dec. 21, 1984 - Brigham Young University earns the conference’s first national football championship with a victory over Michigan in the Holiday Bowl to complete a 13-0 season.

May 27-30, 1998 - UNLV wins the men’s NCAA golf title. It’s the third national championship for a WAC team during the 1997-98 season.

July 16, 1987 - The WAC and KUTV of Salt Lake City agree to the conference’s first one-milliondollar package for the regional syndication of men’s basketball games.

Nov. 28, 1998 - Hawai`i and Brigham Young meet in the WAC Volleyball Tournament final and the Wahine win, 15-12, 21-19, 13-15, 16-18, 24-22. The 89 points scored by Hawai`i sets a new NCAA record.

Feb. 23, 1988 - The WAC and the Holiday Bowl reach an agreement for the conference champion to host the game through the 1992 season. May 9, 1990 - The WAC and ESPN agree to the conference’s first contract for the telecast of men’s basketball games by a national network. July 1, 1990 - The WAC merges with the High Country Athletic Conference to form a single conference for men’s and women’s athletics. Dec. 1, 1991 - BYU’s Ty Detmer wins the Heisman Trophy, a first for a WAC athlete. June 12, 1991 - Fresno State is accepted as the WAC’s 10th member effective July 1, 1992. June 10, 1992 - The WAC selects the Delta Center in Salt Lake City as the site for its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Commissioner Kearney announces his retirement effective July 1, 1994.

June 7, 1999 - Selland Arena in Fresno is chosen as the site for the 2000 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. Tulsa’s Reynolds Center is selected for the 2001 tournaments. June 8, 1999 - The WAC signs a two-year football and basketball television deal with Fox Sports Net. June 10, 1999 - The WAC Council of Presidents extends an invitation of membership to Nevada beginning July 1, 2000. June 30, 1999 - Air Force, Brigham Young, Colorado State, UNLV, New Mexico, San Diego State, Utah and Wyoming officially withdraw from the conference. Oct. 17, 1999 - The WAC Council of Presidents invites Boise State and Louisiana Tech to join the league on July 1, 2001.

Aug. 13, 1992 - The WAC is included in the Western Bowl Alliance, which guarantees at least one conference team an appearance in the Aloha and Copper Bowls for the next two years.

Dec. 25, 1999 - The Hawai`i football team breaks the NCAA record with an eight and a half game improvement in wins from the previous year with a 23-17 victory over Oregon State in the Oahu Bowl.

April 20, 1994 - Karl Benson is appointed the fifth commissioner in league history, replacing Dr. Joe Kearney.

July 1, 2000 - The University of Nevada becomes an official member of the WAC and increases the membership to nine schools.

April 21, 1994 - The WAC Council of Presidents extends an invitation of membership to UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa.

Dec. 31, 2000 - Fresno State competes in the inaugural Silicon Valley Football Classic in San Jose.

June 6, 1994 - The University Arena in Albuquerque is chosen as the site of the 1995 and 1996 WAC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments.

March 29, 2001 - The University of Tulsa wins the men’s basketball NIT title with a 79-60 victory over Alabama.

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WAC TIMELINE FORMER WAC COMMISSIONERS

Paul Brechler 1962-69

Wiles Hallock 1969-71

Stan Bates 1971-80

Joe Kearney 1980-94

Karl Benson 1994-2012

June 5, 2001 - Tulsa’s Reynolds Center is chosen as the site for the 2002 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments.

Feb. 17-18, 2006 - The WAC goes 3-1 in BracketBusters as Nevada, Louisiana Tech and Utah State earn men’s basketball wins.

June 20, 2001 - The WAC signs a three-year deal with ESPN for telecasts of football and basketball.

March 26, 2006 - The WAC sponsors its first WAC Women’s Gymnastics championship since 1993 in Logan, Utah.

July 1, 2001 - Boise State University and Louisiana Tech University become official members of the WAC, while TCU withdraws. This increases the membership to 10 schools.

April 3, 2006 - Louisiana Tech men’s basketball player Paul Millsap becomes the first player in NCAA history to lead the nation in rebounding three years in a row.

Jan. 17, 2002 - Tulsa is chosen as the host for the 2003 basketball tournaments.

Jan. 1, 2007 - Boise State becomes the first WAC team to play in a BCS bowl game and beats Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, 43-42, in overtime.

Aug. 7, 2002 - The WAC initiates an innovative and creative two-year pilot project to create an academic alliance among its 10 member institutions. Nov. 12, 2002 - Fresno State’s brand new Save Mart Center is chosen as the site for the 2004 WAC Basketball Tournament while Nevada is picked as host for the 2005 tournament. Dec. 31, 2002 - Boise State and Fresno State both win their bowl games. The Broncos beat Iowa State 34-16 in the Humanitarian Bowl, while the Bulldogs defeat Georgia Tech, 30-21, in the Silicon Valley Football Classic.

Feb. 16-17, 2007 - Boise State, Nevada, New Mexico State and Utah State win men’s basketball games to give the WAC a perfect 4-0 record in BracketBusters. April 28-29, 2007 - A total of 17 WAC football players are chosen in the NFL Draft, the most ever (per school) in the seven-round format. Jan. 1, 2008 - Hawai`i becomes the second WAC team to play in a BCS bowl game in two years, taking on Georgia in the Allstate Sugar Bowl.

Feb. 22, 2003 - The men’s basketball teams from Fresno State, Hawai`i, Louisiana Tech and Tulsa compete in ESPN’s inaugural Bracket Buster Saturday event.

June 25, 2008 - Fresno State wins the national championship in baseball. The Bulldogs beat Georgia in the best-of-three series, 6-1, in the deciding game.

June 23, 2003 - Rice wins the NCAA title in baseball, the school’s first team title in any sport.

Sept. 3, 2008 - The WAC announces a contract extension with ESPN that guarantees more than 300 regular-season and 45 championship events will be aired on the ESPN networks through the spring of 2017.

Oct. 23, 2003 - The WAC Board of Directors extends invitations for membership to New Mexico State and Utah State, effective July 1, 2005. June 4, 2004 - The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for membership to the University of Idaho, effective July 1, 2005.

December, 2008 - For the first time in its history, the WAC sends more than half of its football teams (five) to postseason bowl games.

Oct. 1, 2004 - The University of Nevada is selected as the host for the 2006 WAC Basketball Tournament.

April-June, 2009 - The WAC announces neutral site locations for the 2009 Volleyball Tournament (Las Vegas), the 2010-12 Baseball Tournaments (Mesa, Ariz.) and the 2010-11 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments (Las Vegas).

Nov. 2, 2004 - Sacramento State is added as an affiliate member in baseball beginning with the 2006 season.

Jan. 4, 2010 - Boise State makes its second appearance in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and beats TCU, 17-10. The Broncos become the second team in FBS history to end a season 14-0.

Dec. 31, 2004 - Boise State’s 22-game winning streak comes to an end in the Liberty Bowl. The Broncos finish the season in the top 15 for the third consecutive year.

Aug. 27, 2010 - The WAC and Learfield Sports announce the creation of the WAC Sports Network to enhance the coverage of football and basketball in the WAC’s media markets.

April 7, 2005 - The WAC announces the addition of women’s gymnastics beginning in 2005-06. Also reinstates postseason tournaments for both softball and baseball for 2006.

Nov. 11, 2010 - The WAC Board of Directors extends invitations for membership to Denver, UTSA and Texas State, effective July 1, 2012.

July 1, 2005 - Idaho, New Mexico State and Utah State become official members of the WAC. Rice, SMU, UTEP and Tulsa withdraw giving the WAC a total of nine members.

Nov. 28, 2010 - For the first time since 1997, the WAC has three football teams ranked in the AP top 25: Boise State, Nevada and Hawai‘i.

July 27, 2005 - The WAC unveils its new marketing campaign, “Play Up.”

June 14, 2011 - The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for membership to Seattle U, effective July 1, 2012.

Nov. 10, 2005 - Fresno State defeats Boise State, 27-7, in football, ending the Broncos’ WACrecord 31-game conference winning streak. Nov. 11, 2005 - New Mexico State is named host for the 2007 and 2008 WAC basketball tournaments. Nov. 19, 2005 - Fresno State leads top-ranked and two-time defending national champion USC, 42-41, midway through the fourth quarter, before dropping the game 50-42. Nov. 24, 2005 - The WAC streams its first sporting event (the opening match of the volleyball tournament) via the internet using WAC.TV.

July 14, 2011 - The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for membership to UT Arlington, effective July 1, 2012, increasing membership to 10 schools. Dec. 7, 2011 - Boise State is approved to return to the WAC in all sports except football effective July 1, 2013. March 9, 2012 - Jeff Hurd is named interim commissioner of the WAC. July 1, 2012 – Denver, Seattle U, UT-Arlington, UTSA and Texas State become official members of the WAC. Fresno State, Hawai‘i and Nevada withdraw giving the WAC a total of 10 members.

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WAC STAFF

JEFF HURD Interim Commissioner

Jeff Hurd was named interim commissioner of the WAC on March 9, 2012. He has been associated with the conference for more than half of its existence as he joined the WAC staff in 1985 as the Director of Conference Relations. Prior to taking the reins of the 50-yearold conference, Hurd also served as associate commissioner, then as senior associate commissioner where he oversaw communications, television operations and the basketball tournament. He was also responsible for team sport scheduling and was the administrator for football, men’s basketball and baseball.

Hurd is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and began his professional career as the Sports Editor of the Hannibal (Missouri) Courier-Post. He also worked for the Tulsa Tribune, was the Sports Information Director at the University of Tulsa and the Director of Public Relations for the Missouri Valley Conference prior to joining the WAC. A native of Minot, North Dakota, Hurd and his wife, Cheri, reside in Centennial, and are the parents of four children: Shannon, Michael, Kristen and Kevin. Interim Commissioner Hurd presenting at the 2012 WAC Basketball Tournament

CONNIE HURLBUT

DAVE CHAFFIN

MOLLIE LEHMAN

Senior Associate Commissioner, SWA

Associate Commissioner for Communications and Technology

Associate Commissioner and Chief Financial Officer

Dave Chaffin joined the WAC staff in 1995 and was promoted to associate commissioner in 2010. His responsibilities include media relations, conference video exchange, replay and office IT tasks. He previously was the Athletic Media Relations Assistant Director at Colorado State University from 1992-95. Chaffin graduated from the University of Michigan in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in communications. He completed his course work for a master’s degree in technical journalism at Colorado State University. He and his wife, Michelle, are the parents of a son, Tyler (10), and a daughter, Jamie (7). They reside in Centennial.

Mollie Lehman came to the WAC in August, 2007, and handles the business operations for the conference. Lehman previously spent two years with the America East Conference, where she served as the business manager and assisted with sport administration and championships. Prior to that, Lehman was an assistant softball coach at Binghamton University and became involved with event management. She is a 2000 graduate from Binghamton and earned her MBA at the University of Colorado at Denver in 2007.

Connie Hurlbut joined the WAC staff in August, 2009, and serves as senior associate commissioner and senior woman administrator. She has been involved in collegiate and professional athletics for more than 25 years. From 1993-1999, Hurlbut served as Executive Director of the Patriot League, becoming the first woman to lead an allsport Division I athletic conference. While there, she held several NCAA committee positions including the Division I Women’s Basketball Committee and the Division I Management Council. She also served as the Senior Director of Basketball Operations for the WNBA from 1999-2002. A 1983 University of Pennsylvania graduate, Hurlbut and her husband, Steve, have two children, Jack and Maggie.

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WAC STAFF MATT BURGEMEISTER

VICKY EGGLESTON

HOPE SHULER

Assistant Commissioner for Compliance and Governance

Director, Graphic Design and Publications

Director, Media Relations

Matt Burgemeister joined the WAC staff in July, 2010, as Assistant Commissioner in charge of compliance services which includes interpretation of the NCAA and WAC legislation, NCAA and WAC governance, legislative and enforcement issues. Burgemeister also serves as the staff liaison to the WAC Faculty Athletics Representatives Group and to the WAC SAAC. Before joining the WAC, Burgemeister spent four years in Membership Services at the NCAA. He and his wife, Melissa, reside in the Denver area.

Vicky Eggleston came to the WAC in December, 2006, after working the previous two years in the Visual Communications department at R+L Carriers in Ohio. She also spent several years in the Communications and Marketing Department at Ohio University where she also assisted in television production. Eggleston is a graduate of Ohio University where she earned her bachelor of science in communications and a master of arts in telecommunications. She and her husband, Bryan, have two daughters, Kelsey and Kylie. They live in Littleton.

Hope Shuler came to the WAC in September, 2008, and serves as the media relations contact for volleyball, women’s basketball and softball. Before joining the WAC, Shuler served as the media relations director for The Summit League. She also worked at the University of Arizona, the University of Utah and Elmhurst College. Shuler earned bachelor of arts degrees in journalism and sports administration from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and completed coursework towards a master’s degree in management at the University of Denver. She and her husband, Scott, live in Aurora with their daughter, Everly.

JASON ERICKSON

AMANDA BENZINE

KATHY SCHILD

Director, Media Relations

Director, Marketing

Senior Executive Assistant

Jason Erickson joined the WAC staff in September, 2007, and handles media relations duties for the WAC in men’s basketball, baseball, gymnastics and cross country. Prior to the WAC, Erickson spent four years at Idaho State University and has also worked in television and in the newspaper business. He is a 2002 graduate of Southern Utah University and earned his master’s degree at Idaho State in 2006. He has a son, Nash (3).

Amanda Benzine joined the WAC in August, 2011, and oversees the budgeting, planning and administration of the Conference’s marketing, branding and merchandising programs. Benzine came to the WAC after serving as the Director of Marketing at Northern Illinois for two years where she created and implemented comprehensive marketing and ticket sales plans for football, basketball and other sports. Prior to Northern Illinois, Benzine spent several years in the marketing department at the University of Wisconsin where she also earned her bachelor’s degree in communications.

MATT PUCAK

ALAN SUZUKI

Assistant Director, Championships & Media Relations

Supervisor, Volleyball Officials

Matt Pucak joined the WAC staff in the fall of 2011 as an intern and was promoted to Assistant Director of Championships and Media Relations in 2012. Pucak graduated from Colorado State University in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and technical communications.

Alan Suzuki joined the WAC staff in the spring of 1999 and serves as the Supervisor of Volleyball Officials. Previously, he served as the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Supervisor of Officials from 1996-98 and the Colorado Athletic Conference (CAC) Supervisor of Officials from 1991-95. 13 WACSports.com

Kathy Schild joined the WAC staff in 1985, and serves as the Senior Executive Assistant to the Commissioner. Schild also serves as the office manager for the conference office. A native of Cortez, Colo., she and her husband, Jake, reside in Morrison. They have two sons, Mark and Matt.


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WAC SAAC 2012-13 WAC STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

IDAHO

DENVER

Maxx Forde Football

Kassie Krieg Softball

Chandler Spence Football

Stephanie Ziegler Volleyball

Mike Alejandro Golf

Krista Cullen Soccer

Garrett Anderson Baseball

Amanda Welsh Volleyball

Daniel Garcia Baseball

Eric Soza Football

Joey Simone Football

Kami Montgomery Soccer

UTAH STATE

TEXAS STATE Danessa Lyssy Track & Field

Chau Truong Tennis

UTSA

UT ARLINGTON

SEATTLE U Kelly Biette Volleyball

SAN JOSE STATE

Meaghan McCloskey Swimming & Diving

NEW MEXICO STATE

Drew Beckie Soccer

LOUISIANA TECH

Faimie Kingsley Volleyball

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Amelia Montoya Gymnastics

Tyler Wood Basketball


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WAC SAAC / WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS WAC SAAC – THE VOICE OF THE STUDENT ATHLETE How does the WAC generate feedback from its most valuable product, its student-athletes? Through the Western Athletic Conference Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (also known as the WAC SAAC) which was established in 1998. Since its implementation, the WAC SAAC has been an essential component in the conference’s governance structure as well as a strong voice for student-athletes’ well-being at all levels (e.g., institutional, conference and national). It provides recommendations and positions on specific conference and NCAA proposed legislation, and it addresses national issues that may have an effect on the well-being of all student-athletes. In addition, its members provide recommendations for the eighteen WAC championships in order to enhance the student-athlete experience for all sports. Another objective which the committee constantly strives to obtain is to help strengthen and improve the communication and relationships among athletes, campus administrators and coaches. On the national stage, the WAC SAAC selects one of its committee members to serve as its representative on the NCAA SAAC, which includes all of the Division I conferences. The WAC SAAC is a proactive committee and is making a very positive impact within the WAC membership. Annually, each member institution appoints two student-athletes from its own campus SAAC to serve on the conference committee. To conduct business, the committee has one in-person meeting during the year and schedules monthly teleconference calls during the academic year. As part of the WAC SAAC Spring meeting, the committee conducts a community service outreach project within the host member institution’s local area. Past projects have included the following: sports camp and clinic for underprivileged children, visiting local Boys and Girls Clubs, visiting Children’s Hospitals and homeless shelters and neighborhood house painting. Taking a leadership role in conducting community projects is part of the WAC SAAC’s goals and objectives. If you have any questions relative to the WAC SAAC or its activities, please contact Matt Burgemeister or Mollie Lehman in the conference office.

TEAM SPORT SUMMARIES

2012-13 CALENDAR

Football League: Seven teams (Idaho, Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, San Jose State, UTSA, Texas State and Utah State). Schedule: Single round-robin against every team for a total of six WAC games.

Cross Country-M&W Oct. 27 Ruston, La. Host: Louisiana Tech

Women’s Soccer League: Nine teams (Denver, Idaho, Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, San Jose State, Seattle U, UTSA, Texas State and Utah State). Schedule: Single round-robin for a total of eight matches. Tournament: Top six finishers meet in Logan, Utah. Volleyball Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 18 WAC matches. Tournament: Top eight teams meet in San Antonio, Texas. Men’s and Women’s Basketball Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 18 WAC games. Tournament: All 10 teams meet in Las Vegas, Nev. WOMEN’S Tennis Schedule: Single round-robin for a total of nine matches. Tournament: Top eight finishers meet in Denver, Colo. MEN’S Tennis League: Seven teams (Denver, Idaho, New Mexico State, Seattle U, UT-Arlington, UTSA and Utah State). Schedule: Single round-robin for a total of six matches. Tournament: Top six finishers meet in Denver, Colo. Softball League: Eight teams (Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, San Jose State, Seattle U, UT-Arlington, UTSA, Texas State and Utah State). Schedule: 21 WAC games played as three games at one site, alternating home and away each year. Tournament: The top six finishers meet in Ruston, La. (double-elimination). Baseball League: 10 teams (Louisiana Tech, New Mexico State, San Jose State, Seattle U, UT-Arlington, UTSA, Texas State and affiliates Cal State Bakersfield, Dallas Baptist and Sacramento State). Schedule: 27 WAC games played as threegame series at one site, alternating home and away each year. Tournament: Top eight finishers meet in Grand Prairie, Texas (double-elimination). 15 WACSports.com

Women’s Soccer Nov. 1-2, 4 Logan, Utah Host: Utah State Women’s Volleyball Nov. 19-21 San Antonio, Texas Host: UTSA Indoor Track and Field-M&W Feb. 21-23 Albuquerque, N.M. Host: Albuquerque Convention Center Women’s Swimming and Diving Feb. 27-March 2 San Antonio, Texas Host: Palo Alto College Basketball-M&W March 12-16 Las Vegas, Nevada Host: Orleans Arena Women’s Gymnastics March 23 Cedar City, Utah Host: Southern Utah Women’s Golf April 22-24 Mesa, Ariz. Host: Longbow Golf Course Tennis-M&W April 25-28 Denver, Colo. Host: Denver Men’s Golf April 29-May 1 Henderson, Nevada Host: Rio Secco Golf Course Softball May 8-11 Ruston, La. Host: Louisiana Tech Outdoor Track and Field-M&W May 8-11 Arlington, Texas Host: UT Arlington Baseball May 22-26 Grand Prairie, Texas Host: QuikTrip Park


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VOLLEYBALL NOTES

2012 PREVIEW

2012 PRESEASON COACHES POLL

The WAC coaches selected New Mexico State as the team to beat in 2012. The Aggies received eight first-place votes, while Idaho received the other two. Coaches were not allowed to vote for their own team. Rank Team (first-place votes) 1. New Mexico State (8) 2. Idaho (2) 3. UTSA 4. Utah State 5. Texas State 6. Denver 7. San Jose State 8. UT Arlington 9. Seattle U 10. Louisiana Tech

Points 79 67 58 57 52 43 34 27 18 15

2012 PRESEASON ALL-WAC TEAM

Player McKenzie Adams Alex Akana Amari Deardorff Meredith Hays Faimie Kingsley Lauren Loerch Desiree Scott Alex Sele Shay Sorensen Allison Walker Whitney Walls Joselyn White

Yr. Pos. School Jr. OH/MB UTSA Sr. MB San Jose State Jr. RS Texas State So. OH NM State Sr. MB Denver Jr. OH NM State Jr. MH NM State Sr. MB Idaho Sr. OPP Utah State Jr. OH Idaho Sr. RS UTSA Sr. OH Utah State

Preseason Player of the Year: Meredith Hays, New Mexico State

2012 PERSONNEL CAPSULE

Eight of the 10 schools return at least four of their starters from last year for the 2012 campaign. Idaho returns six starters, while Denver and Utah State return five each. Denver returns 11 letterwinners, while Louisiana Tech and Seattle U return 10 each. The following is a breakdown of each team’s letterwinners returning and lost and starters returning and lost. Team Denver Idaho Louisiana Tech New Mexico State San Jose State Seattle U UT Arlington UTSA Texas State Utah State

LR LL SR SL 11 2 5 2 9 3 6 1 10 5 4 3 6 6 3 4 7 4 4 3 10 4 4 3 6 7 1 6 8 7 4 3 9 6 4 3 9 4 5 2

VOLLEYBALL FORMAT The format for conference play is a double-round robin. Each team will face the other nine teams at home and on the road. The 2012 WAC Volleyball Tournament will be held Nov. 19-21 at the Convocation Center on the campus of UTSA in San Antonio, Texas, and will include the top eight teams in the regular-season standings. The championship match will be televised live on ESPNU. 2012 WAC TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Monday, Nov. 19 (Quarterfinals) Match 1 - No. 6 seed vs. No. 3 seed Match 2 - No. 7 seed vs. No. 2 seed Match 3 - No. 5 seed vs. No. 4 seed Match 4 - No. 8 seed vs. No. 1 seed

noon 2:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Nov. 20 (Semifinals) Match 5 - Winner Match 1 vs. Winner Match 2 Match 6 - Winner Match 3 vs. Winner Match 4

4 p.m. 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Nov. 21 (Championship) Match 7 - Winner Match 5 vs. Winner Match 6

4 p.m. (ESPNU)

TOP STAT LEADERS The following are the returning statistical leaders in the WAC from the 2011 season. In hitting efficiency, two of the top 10 hitters are back, led by San Jose State’s Alex Akana (.309) and Idaho’s Alyssa Schultz (.296), who ranked seventh and ninth, respectively, in the league a year ago. Three of the top 10 kill leaders are back for the 2012 season. New Mexico State’s Meredith Hays, who led the WAC last season with 4.42 kills per set, followed by Idaho’s Allison (Walker) Baker in second with a 4.24 average. Utah State’s Josselyn White ranked ninth last year with 2.73 kills per set. Two of the top assist leaders from last season return for the 2012 campaign. Idaho’s Jenny Feicht is the top setter to return, finishing last season second in the WAC (11.09 aps). Utah State’s Paige Neves was seventh in assists, averaging 8.83 assists per set. Five of the top blockers return, led by Utah State’s Alyssa Everett and Idaho’s Schultz, who ranked second and third, respectively, in the WAC with 1.27 blocks per set. Utah State’s Kaitlyn Van Hoff was fourth, averaging 1.19 blocks per set, followed by Idaho’s Alex Sele (1.08 - seventh) and Utah State’s White (1.01 - eighth). Three of the top 10 servers return, led by Idaho’s Feicht, who ranked seventh in the WAC with 0.31 per set. San Jose State’s Kiely Pieper was eighth, averaging 0.30 service aces per set, followed by New Mexico State’s Hays (0.28 - ninth). Two of the top 10 dig leaders return for the 2012 season, led by Louisiana Tech’s Stephany Salas, who last year led the league with 4.62 digs per set. Teammate Clara Vido was eighth with 3.04 digs per set. In addition, several newcomers to the WAC ranked in the top 10 in various statistical categories in their respective conferences last year.

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VOLLEYBALL NOTES Faimie Kingsley of Denver led the Sun Belt in blocks (1.59), ranked third in hitting percentage (.345) and sixth in kills (3.25). Her teammate Lyndi Johnson ranked fourth in digs (4.24). UT Arlington’s Amanda Welsh ranked seventh in the Southland in service aces (0.28) and eighth in assists (9.68). McKenzie Adams of UTSA led the Southland in blocks (1.33), and ranked ninth in both hitting percentage (.285) and kills (2.88). Brittany Malloy ranked second in blocks (1.18) and third in hitting percentage (.319), while teammate Whitney Walls ranked fourth in hitting percentage (.317) and eighth in kills (2.92). Texas State’s Amari Deardorff ranked second in the Southland in hitting percentage (.330) and 10th in kills (2.86). Ashlee Hilbun was third in blocks (1.15), while Caleigh McCorquodale was fourth in assists (10.13). RETURNING ALL-WAC PLAYERS Of the 12 first team All-WAC players in 2011, two return for the 2012 season, led by reigning Freshman of the Year Meredith Hays of New Mexico State. Also returning from the first team is Allison (Walker) Baker of Idaho. Four of the second team All-WAC performers return this season, including Alex Akana of San Jose State, Shay Sorensen of Utah State, and Jenny Feicht and Alex Sele of Idaho. REGIONAL, SEMIFINAL/CHAMPIONSHIP SITES SELECTED The NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Committee announced the following sites for regional and semifinal/championship competition of the 2012 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championships. Regionals (4): Dec. 7-8, 2012 Host: University of California Haas Pavilion Berkeley, Calif. Host: University of Nebraska CenturyLink Center Omaha, Neb. Host: University of Texas Gregory Gym Austin, Texas Host: Purdue University Mackey Arena West Lafayette, Ind. Semifinals and Championship: Dec. 13 and 15, 2012 Co-Hosts: University of Louisville and Louisville Sports Commission KFC YUM! Center Louisville, Ky.

2011 AVCA TOP 25 POLL (Final) Rank School 1. UCLA (60) 2. Illinois 3. USC 4. Texas 5. Hawai‘i 6. Pepperdine 7. Florida State 8. Iowa State 9. Penn State 10. Purdue 11. Florida 12. Nebraska 13. Kentucky 14. Stanford 15. Minnesota 16. California 17. Washington 18. Northern Iowa 19. Tennessee T-20. Michigan T-20. San Diego 22. Kansas State 23. Ohio State 24. Oregon 25. Colorado State

Points Record Previous 1,500 30-6 4 1,440 30-5 7 1,380 29-5 1 1,277 25-5 5 1,207 31-2 3 1103 25-7 18 1063 28-7 21 1003 25-6 14 972 25-8 9 936 29-5 8 911 27-6 17 848 25-5 2 741 28-6 16 696 22-8 6 659 20-12 19 562 26-7 10 520 24-8 11 459 33-2 12 427 28-4 15 363 22-13 22 363 28-5 20 262 22-11 NR 234 20-15 NR 194 21-10 13 146 24-6 NR

2011 RichKern.com TOP 30 POLL (Final)

Rank School 1. UCLA 2. Illinois 3. USC 4. Texas 5. Hawai‘i 6. Florida State 7. Purdue 8. Penn State 9. Iowa State 10. Nebraska 11. Florida 12. Pepperdine 13. Minnesota 14. Stanford 15. Kentucky 16. Northern Iowa 17. California 18. Washington 19. Tennessee 20. Ohio State 21. Michigan 22. San Diego 23. Oregon 24. Michigan State 25. Kansas State 26. Colorado State 27. Texas A&M 28. Miami (Fla.) 29. Arizona 30. Long Beach State

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Points 570 548 534 505 485 435 429 419 412 404 389 388 320 289 278 275 271 248 236 222 182 157 153 127 121 110 57 49 43 39


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VOLLEYBALL NOTES LOOKING BACK AT 2011 HAWAI‘I FALLS TO USC IN HONOLULU REGIONAL No. 3 Hawai’i saw its postseason run come to end in the semifinals of the Honolulu Regional, falling in five sets (19-25, 29-27, 19-25, 25-23, 15-12) to No. 1 USC. It was the first sellout since 2003, with 9,692 fans in attendance. In earlier rounds, Hawai’i swept Northern Colorado (25-21, 25-15, 25-15), then defeated Colorado State (22-25, 25-22, 25-16, 25-18). The Rainbow Wahine closed the season at 31-2. HAWAI‘I’S DANIELSON WINS LOWE’S SENIOR CLASS AWARD Hawai’i All-American Kanani Danielson, who led her team to a 31-2 record and the regional semifinal of the NCAA Tournament, was selected as the 2011 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award winner in NCAA® Division I women’s volleyball. The announcement and trophy presentation were made by Lowe’s, an official Corporate Partner of the NCAA, during the 2011 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship in San Antonio.

FOUR WAC PLAYERS EARN ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT HONORS Four WAC players – Cecilia Agraz and Marissa Brand of Fresno State, Liz McArthur of Utah State and Kanani Danielson of Hawai’i – earned Capital One Academic All-District honors. HAWAI‘I LEADS NATION IN ATTENDANCE For the 18th season in a row, Hawai‘i led the nation in attendance with an average of 6,814 fans per match, close to 2,300 ahead of the second-place team, Nebraska (4,522). The Rainbow Wahine had 5,000 or more fans at 22 of their 23 home matches this season. Meanwhile, New Mexico State ranked 22nd (1,554) and Fresno State ranked 43rd (1,032).

First Team Kelsey Brennan, New Mexico State Brianna Clarke, Fresno State Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Emily Hartong, Hawai‘i Meredith Hays, New Mexico State Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Liz McArthur, Utah State Alicia Milo, Idaho Chanteal Satele, Hawai‘i Mita Uiato, Hawai‘i Allison Walker, Idaho

The award, chosen by a nationwide vote of Division I women’s volleyball coaches, national volleyball media and fans, is given annually to the most outstanding senior student-athlete in NCAA Division I women’s volleyball. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence – community, classroom, character and competition. FRESNO STATE’S AGRAZ NAMED ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN Fresno State’s Cecilia Agraz became the first Bulldog volleyball player ever to receive Capital One Academic All-America honors. A junior outside hitter/defensive specialist from Hanford, Calif., Agraz received the second-team distinction for a combination of her play on the court and performance in the classroom. She was the only player from the WAC to earn the honors.

Second Team Alex Akana, San Jose State Janelle Batista, Nevada Jane Croson, Hawai‘i Jenny Feicht, Idaho Cassie Hamilton, Idaho Michelle Kuester, New Mexico State Kylie Miraldi, San Jose State Kelsi Phillips, New Mexico State Tatiana Santiago, Nevada Alex Sele, Idaho Shay Sorensen, Utah State Korrin Wild, Fresno State

FOUR WAC PLAYERS NAMED AVCA ALL-AMERICANS Four WAC volleyball players were named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-America team. Hawai’i’s Kanani Danielson headlined the group with first team honors, while teammate Emily Hartong received second team honors. In addition, Brittany Hewitt of Hawai’i and Jennah DeVries of New Mexico State were named to the honorable mention team. SEVEN WAC PLAYERS NAMED TO ALL-REGION TEAM Seven WAC players were selected to the All-West Region team by the AVCA. Hawai‘i’s Kanani Danielson and Emily Hartong, and New Mexico State’s Jennah DeVries were selected to the team. New Mexico State’s Meredith Hays was named West Region Freshman of the Year, while teammate Kelsey Brennan, Brittany Hewitt of Hawai‘i and Allison Walker of Idaho received honorable mention all-region honors. HAWAI’I CLAIMS 11TH WAC TOURNAMENT TITLE Hawai’i defeated No. 5-seed Fresno State in the semifinals and No. 3-seed New Mexico State in the championship match to claim its 11th WAC Tournament title at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. WAC Player of the Year Kanani Danielson took tournament MVP honors after averaging 4.25 kills, 3.62 digs and 4.44 points per set over the two matches. Joining Danielson on the all-tournament team were teammates Jane Croson and Brittany Hewitt, Brianna Clarke of Fresno State, Allison Walker of Idaho, and New Mexico State’s Jennah DeVries, Meredith Hays and Kelsi Phillips.

2011 ALL-WAC TEAMS

All-Freshman Jane Croson, Hawai‘i Meredith Hays, NM State Tessa Lea‘ea, Nevada Maci Murdock, Fresno State Paige Neves, Utah State Alyssa Schultz, Idaho Player of the Year: Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Freshman of the Year: Meredith Hays, New Mexico State Coach of the Year: Debbie Buchanan, Idaho

HAWAI’I CLAIMS 16TH STRAIGHT REGULAR-SEASON TITLE The Rainbow Wahine claimed their 16th WAC regular-season title with a perfect 14-0 mark in conference play. It was the 12th time UH completed WAC play without a loss and its 14th overall unbeaten season in conference play (Big West in 1988 and 1995). 18 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide


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2012 WAC TOURNAMENT BRACKET

2012 WAC Volleyball Tournament Nov. 19-21 San Antonio, Texas No. 6 Seed Match 1 Monday, Nov. 19 noon No. 3 Seed No. 7 Seed Match 2 Monday, Nov. 19 2:30 p.m.

Winner, Match 1

Match 5 Tuesday, Nov. 20 4 p.m. Winner, Match 2

No. 2 Seed

Match 7 Wednesday, Nov. 21 4 p.m. (ESPNU)

No. 5 Seed Match 3 Monday, Nov. 19 5 p.m. No. 4 Seed No. 8 Seed Match 4 Monday, Nov. 19 7:30 p.m.

Winner, Match 5

Winner, Match 3 Match 6 Tuesday, Nov. 20 6:30 p.m.

Winner, Match 6

Winner, Match 4

No. 1 Seed

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Winner, Match 7 Advances to NCAA Tournament


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DENVER PIONEERS

PIONEER BITS

QUICK FACTS

n Denver underwent a major face-lift this past offseason, replacing former head coach Beth Ku-

Location:................................................ Denver, Colo. Joined WAC:............................................ July 1, 2012 Enrollment:....................................................... 11,797 Founded:................................................................1864 Nickname:...................................................... Pioneers Colors:............................................Crimson and Gold Chancellor:.................................Robert D. Coombe Athletics Director:...............Peg Bradley-Doppes Athletic Department:...................(303) 871-2275 Ticket Office:.....................................(303) 871-2336 Web Site:......................www.DenverPioneers.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach .....................................Jesse Mahoney Volleyball Office ............................ (303) 871-4874 Arena ......................Hamilton Gymnasium (2,500) All-Time Record ................................. 133-70 (.655) 2011 Record ...........................................13-15 (.464) Starters Returning/Lost ....................................5/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ................... 11/2 All-Time Record ...............................431-506 (.459) NCAA Appearances ................................................0 NCAA Record ..........................................................0-0 2011 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 29-112 Kills Per Set ...........................................................11.9 Blocks Per Set ......................................................... 2.7 Digs Per Set ...........................................................13.8

HAMILTON GYMNASIUM

wata with first-year head coach Jesse Mahoney, who becomes the sixth head coach in program history after serving four seasons as associate head coach at Colorado State.

n Denver’s 2011 campaign was riddled with injuries that led to inconsistent play throughout the

season. The team finished the season 13-16 overall, earning the No. 5 seed in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament with a 10-6 record before losing in the quarterfinals to Florida International.

n One of the most notable players looking to return from injury is senior captain Faimie Kingsley,

who had surgery during the offseason. Last year, Kingsley led the team with 367 kills and killto-set ratio of 3.28.

n In addition to Kingsley, Mahoney will look to senior Lyndi Johnson and junior Colleen King for

leadership. Johnson led the team with 4.31 digs per set last season, while King ranked second on the team with 0.95 blocks per set.

n The Pioneers have also added sophomore transfer Bailey Karst, who transferred to DU after her

freshman season at Ohio State.

n In addition to earning a spot on the preseason All-WAC team, Kingsley was named to the COBRA

Magazine All-Preseason first team. COBRA is a magazine that features African American, Samoan, Tongan and Afro-Caribbean volleyball players in hopes of inspiring younger players from those ethnic groups to play volleyball and become successful women on and off the court.

2012 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 24 !vs. Rhode Island Aug. 25 !at Colorado State Aug. 25 !vs. Virginia Aug. 31 @vs. Kansas State Sept. 1 @vs. Syracuse Sept. 1 @at Creighton Sept. 7 #vs. The Citadel Sept. 8 #vs. Navy Sept. 8 #vs. Army Sept. 13 *at Idaho Sept. 15 *at Seattle U Sept. 20 *UT Arlington Sept. 22 *Louisiana Tech Sept. 25 at Air Force Sept. 29 *at New Mexico State Oct. 4 *at San Jose State Oct. 6 *at Utah State Oct. 11 *Texas State Oct. 13 *UTSA

Time 4:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 10 a.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 9 a.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. noon 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 18 *at Louisiana Tech Oct. 20 *at UT Arlington Oct. 23 Northern Colorado Oct. 27 *New Mexico State Oct. 29 *Idaho Nov. 1 *Utah State Nov. 3 *San Jose State Nov. 8 *at UTSA Nov. 10 *at Texas State Nov. 15 *Seattle U Nov. 19-21 WAC Tournament (San Antonio, Texas)

! - Colorado State Invitational (Fort Collins, Colo.) @ - Bluejay Invitational (Omaha, Neb.) # - Pentagon Tournament (Washington, D.C.) *WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

PIONEER ADMINISTRATION

Robert D. Coombe Chancellor

Nancy Sampson Faculty Representative

Peg Bradley-Doppes Athletics Director 20 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Time 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. TBD

Pam Wettig Deputy Athletics Director/SWA

Nicole Dupes Volleyball SID


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DENVER COACHING STAFF

Jesse Mahoney Alma Mater: Colorado, ‘95 Overall Record: 0-0 (.000), first season School Record: Same WAC Record: Same

HEAD COACH FILE n Jesse Mahoney is in his first year as head coach of the Pioneers, hav-

ing spent the last seven seasons at Colorado State under legendary head coach Tom Hilbert, including four as associate head coach.

n Mahoney

helped the Rams to a 188-55 (.744) record, seven NCAA Tournament appearances and five Mountain West Conference championships in his seven seasons.

n While at CSU, Mahoney put together three recruiting classes ranked

in the nation’s Top 25 by PrepVolleyball.com. The 2007 class was ranked 14th in the country, the 2008 squad stacked up as No. 22, and the 2010 class rated as No. 15.

n Mahoney’s coaching presence was felt on the court as he turned CSU

into one of the top blocking teams in the country. The Rams ranked in the top 5 nationally in blocking in four of the last five years.

n Mahoney joined Colorado State from Fort Hays State, where he was

the head coach from 1999-2004. While at Fort Hays, Mahoney tallied a record of 107-82, including a 56-12 mark from 2003-04. His Lady Tigers went 31-5 in 2004, as they posted the best record in NCAA Division II competition and finished the season ranked No. 11.

n Prior to his time in Hays, Kan., Mahoney was the assistant coach at

Colorado Christian in 1998, helping lead the Cougars to a tie for first place in the RMAC East Division (17-2 record).

n Mahoney

was the head coach of the University of Colorado men’s club team for two years and also helped coach the 18-under Front Range Volleyball Club team that captured the USA Junior Rocky Mountain Region championship.

n Prior

to coaching, Mahoney spent four seasons as the starting setter on the CU men’s club team. He earned all-tournament honors in 1993 after leading the team to the NIRSA collegiate club national championship.

n A native of Boulder, Colo., Mahoney received a bachelor’s degree in

psychology from CU in 1995 and a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1999.

n He is married to the former Gwen McEntyre, and the couple has three

children: Macy James (5), Griffin Mack (4) and Declan Thomas (2).

ASSISTANT COACHES Thomas Hogan Miami (Ohio) (2002) 1st Year Katelin Batten Colorado State (2010) 1st Year

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DENVER TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

COLLEEN KING

LYNDI JOHNSON

FAIMIE KINGSLEY

DS/L, 5-8, Sr.

RS, 6-1, Jr.

MB, 5-9, Sr.

Led the Pioneers with 483 digs and was second with 76 assists ... finished second in the Sun Belt in digs per set in conference matches ... named Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week once ... recorded a career-high seven assists against San Jose State ... tallied a career-high 34 digs against Louisiana-Monroe ... as a sophomore in 2010, ranked second on the team with 251 digs ... as a freshman, played 72 sets before injuring her hand, forcing her to sit out 11 matches.

Saw limited action last season due to injury ... finished 10th in the Sun Belt with 0.92 blocks per set (0.92) in conference matches ... as a freshman in 2010, led the team in service aces (28) and solo blocks (7) ... had a career-high four aces against Colorado (Sept. 3) and Arkansas-Little Rock (Oct. 8) ... had 18 kills and five blocks against Arkansas-Little Rock on Nov. 7, 2010, both career highs ... earned a spot on the Sun Belt Commissioner’s List.

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2009 72 15 105 10 5 2010 111 74 251 54 18 2011 112 4 483 76 0 Totals 295 93 839 140 20

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 112 214 140 12 69 2010 2011 56 75 72 9 53 Totals 168 289 212 21 122

Named first team All-Sun Belt last year after leading the team in kills (367), blocks (177) and total points (172.0) ... earned Sun Belt Player of the Week honors three times ... finished fourth nationally in blocks per set (1.58) ... ranked first in the Sun Belt in blocks per set and total blocks (172), third in hitting percentage (.345) and sixth in kills per set (3.25) ... in 2010, saw limited action due to injury ... led the team with 1.06 blocks per set ... earned a spot on the Sun Belt Commissioner’s List ... as a freshman in 2009, led the team in solo blocks (13) and was second in total blocks (98).

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2012 DENVER NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name Pos. Bailey Karst S Kate Oakes RS/OH Frankie Carroll MB/RS Colleen King RS Kate Acker OH/DS Michele Swope OH Tara Curtiss MB Lyndi Johnson DS/L Brea Muhle MB Alex Turgeon OH Cassie Ronda OH Brogan Prior-Newburn MB Faimie Kingsley MB Samantha Berger DS Hannah Safari DS/L

Top Returnees Faimie Kingsley Lyndi Johnson Kate Acker Top Newcomers Michele Swope Bailey Karst Key Losses Julie Cawthra Alyssa Bonelli

Ht. 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-1 5-8 5-11 6-1 5-8 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-2 5-9 5-6 5-10

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

Hometown (Previous School) Aurora, Colo. (Ohio) Evergreen, Colo. (Evergreen) Whitefish Bay, Wis. (Whitefish Bay) Steamboat Springs, Colo. (Steamboat Springs) Waukesha, Wis. (Catholic Memorial) Orlando, Fla. (Ocoee) Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln East) Flower Mound, Texas (Flower Mound Marcus) Columbus, Neb. (Columbus Lakeview) Cherry Hills Village, Colo. (Denver Academy) Chandler, Ariz. (Corona Del Sol) Castle Rock, Colo. (Texas Tech) Brooklyn, N.Y. (The Hotchkiss School) Omaha, Neb. (Westside) Boulder, Colo. (Monarch)

DENVER Profile Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA MB 5-9 Sr. 367 70 4 177 8 DS/L 5-8 Sr. 4 483 76 0 20 OH/DS 5-8 So. 184 243 30 28 23 Pos. OH S

Ht. 5-11 5-10

Yr. Fr. So.

Hometown (Previous School) Orlando, Fla. (Ocoee) Aurora, Colo. (Ohio)

Pos. S MB

Ht. 6-1 6-1

Yr. Sr. Sr.

K 70 191

D 201 21

A 1101 5

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 116 207 21 2 98 2009 2010 35 76 1 0 37 2011 112 367 70 4 177 Totals 263 650 92 6 312

TB 77 82

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MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director Erich Bacher Volleyball Contact Nicole Dupes Address 2201 E. Asbury Denver, CO 80208 Dupes’ Office Number (303) 871-4990 Dupes’ Cell Number (954) 478-2090 E-Mail nicole.dupes@du.edu Fax Number (303) 871-3890 Press Row (303) 871-2689

Media Outlets

Associated Press (Denver) Office: (303) 825-0123

Arnie Stapleton

Denver Post: Office: (303) 954-1294

Mike Chambers

DU Clarion (campus) Office: (303) 871-3131

Tyler Perlmutter

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DENVER 2011 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 13-16 Home: 8-9

Away: 4-6

Neutral: 1-1

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Kingsley, Faimie 112 29-29 367 3.28 105 753 .348 4 0.04 8 28 0.07 1 70 0.62 17 160 177 1.58 17 4 Bonelli, Alyssa 104 29-29 191 1.84 82 464 .235 5 0.05 0 2 0.00 1 21 0.20 8 74 82 0.79 6 0 Ronda, Cassie 84 25-16 189 2.25 114 615 .122 0 0.00 11 24 0.13 2 82 0.98 1 42 43 0.51 4 0 107 28-28 184 1.72 107 679 .113 30 0.28 23 18 0.21 38 243 2.27 3 25 28 0.26 0 2 Acker, Kate Turgeon, Alex 55 19-12 110 2.00 97 368 .035 2 0.04 7 12 0.13 0 34 0.62 4 24 28 0.51 6 3 Oakes, Kate 72 19-15 100 1.39 62 346 .110 6 0.08 11 23 0.15 4 150 2.08 1 46 47 0.65 2 0 King, Colleen 56 16-14 75 1.34 49 257 .101 9 0.16 2 13 0.04 0 72 1.29 2 51 53 0.95 6 0 Cawthra, Julia 112 29-29 70 0.62 28 201 .209 1101 9.83 47 50 0.42 0 201 1.79 3 74 77 0.69 15 26 35 20-0 42 1.20 22 107 .187 1 0.03 0 2 0.00 0 3 0.09 2 17 19 0.54 0 0 Muhle, Brea Johnson, Lyndi 112 29-0 4 0.04 2 26 .077 76 0.68 20 26 0.18 43 483 4.31 0 0 0 0.00 0 5 Carroll, Frances 27 15-0 0 0.00 1 8 -.125 4 0.15 4 8 0.15 0 25 0.93 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Berger, Samantha 109 29-2 0 0.00 0 2 .000 12 0.11 0 4 0.00 5 159 1.46 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Curtiss, Tara 3 2-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.33 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 7 Team Denver 112 29-29 1332 11.89 669 3826 .173 1250 11.16 133 210 1.19 101 1544 13.79 41 513 297.5 2.66 56 42 Opponents 112 29-29 1363 12.17 710 3922 .166 1272 11.36 101 200 0.90 133 1538 13.73 32 379 221.5 1.98 47 24

Conference Matches:

Record: 10-6

Home: 6-1

Away: 4-5

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Kingsley, Faimie 58 16-16 215 3.71 62 430 .356 2 0.03 4 16 0.07 0 34 0.59 11 87 98 1.69 7 1 Ronda, Cassie 48 14-11 115 2.40 62 362 .146 0 0.00 7 12 0.15 0 48 1.00 1 30 31 0.65 1 0 Acker, Kate 58 16-16 112 1.93 67 382 .118 12 0.21 11 8 0.19 15 136 2.34 3 16 19 0.33 0 1 Bonelli, Alyssa 51 16-16 88 1.73 36 209 .249 1 0.02 0 0 0.00 1 12 0.24 5 40 45 0.88 5 0 King, Colleen 36 11-9 50 1.39 34 156 .103 8 0.22 2 9 0.06 0 56 1.56 2 31 33 0.92 3 0 Oakes, Kate 24 7-7 40 1.67 26 141 .099 4 0.17 5 5 0.21 0 58 2.42 1 20 21 0.88 2 0 Turgeon, Alex 16 7-5 31 1.94 25 86 .070 1 0.06 2 4 0.12 0 10 0.62 1 8 9 0.56 0 1 Cawthra, Julia 58 16-16 31 0.53 15 99 .162 591 10.19 30 21 0.52 0 109 1.88 2 41 43 0.74 7 14 Muhle, Brea 21 12-0 28 1.33 14 71 .197 1 0.05 0 1 0.00 0 3 0.14 2 11 13 0.62 0 0 Johnson, Lyndi 58 16-0 4 0.07 2 19 .105 38 0.66 12 14 0.21 23 244 4.21 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 Carroll, Frances 21 10-0 0 0.00 1 4 -.250 4 0.19 3 5 0.14 0 15 0.71 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Berger, Samantha 56 16-0 0 0.00 0 2 .000 8 0.14 0 0 0.00 0 72 1.29 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Team 6 Denver 58 16-16 714 12.31 344 1961 .189 670 11.55 76 95 1.31 45 797 13.74 28 284 170.0 2.93 25 20 Opponents 58 16-16 685 11.81 383 2020 .150 650 11.21 45 100 0.78 76 771 13.29 18 195 115.5 1.99 26 17

2011 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Aug. 26 !at Arizona State L, 0-3 Aug. 27 !vs San Jose State W, 3-1 Aug. 27 !vs UW-Milwaukee L, 2-3 Sept. 1 #Air Force W, 3-2 Sept. 2 #Bryant L, 2-3 Sept. 3 #No. 13 Purdue L, 1-3 Sept. 9 $UTSA L, 1-3 Sept. 9 $UC Davis L, 2-3 Sept. 10 $Drake L, 2-3 Sept. 10 $Missouri L, 0-3 Sept. 13 Northern Colorado L, 0-3 Sept. 16 No. 19 Colorado State W, 3-1 Sept. 23 *Florida Atlantic W, 3-0 Sept. 25 *Florida International L, 1-3 Sept. 30 *at Louisiana W, 3-0 Oct. 1 *at Louisiana-Monroe W, 3-2 Oct. 7 *at Arkansas State L, 1-3 Oct. 8 *at UALR W, 3-0

Date Opponent Result Oct. 10 *at North Texas L, 1-3 Oct. 14 *Louisiana W, 3-0 Oct. 16 *Louisiana-Monroe W, 3-0 Oct. 21 *at Troy L, 1-3 Oct. 22 *at South Alabama W, 3-1 Oct. 28 *at Western Kentucky L, 0-3 Oct. 29 *at Middle Tennessee L, 0-3 Nov. 4 *UALR W, 3-1 Nov. 6 *Arkansas State W, 3-1 Nov. 11 *North Texas W, 3-1 Nov. 17 ^vs. Fla. International L, 1-3 ! - Sheraton Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) # - Denver Invitational (Denver, Colo.) $ - Pioneer Classic (Denver, Colo.) * - SBC Match ^ - SBC Tournament (Miami, Fla.)

Conf. Year W L 1983* 0 6 1984* 3 11 1985* 6 8 1986* 4 10 1987* 4 10 1988* 3 11 1989* 3 9 1990* 5 7 1991* 9 5 1992* 10 4 1993* 7 7 1994* 3 9 1995* 6 6 1996* 4 9 1997* 12 4 1998 0 0 1999 13 3

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Overall W L T 3 33 15 21 9 13 7 13 18 22 8 36 7 30 13 17 27 12 21 14 21 16 10 24 18 18 11 24 21 11 8 17 18 11

Conf. Year W L 2000 12 4 2001 7 8 2002 5 9 2003 9 6 2004 7 8 2005 8 4 2006 12 6 2007 15 3 2008 14 4 2009 11 7 2010 8 8 2011 10 6

Overall W L T 19 14 13 18 7 20 18 14 13 15 17 11 19 12 22 12 25 7 16 17 14 18 13 16

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VANDAL BITS

QUICK FACTS

n Idaho returns four seniors to the roster in 2012, including second team All-WAC selections Jenny

Location:.............................................Moscow, Idaho Joined WAC:............................................ July 1, 2005 Enrollment:....................................................... 12,312 Founded:................................................................1889 Nickname:........................................................ Vandals Colors:...................................Silver and Vandal Gold President:.........................................Dr. Duane Nellis Athletics Director:............................ Dr. Rob Spear Athletic Department:.................. (208) 885-0200 Ticket Office:.................................... (208) 885-6466 Web Site:................................ www.govandals.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Feicht and Alex Sele. Feicht ranks seventh all-time at Idaho with 2,241 career assists.

n Two-time first team All-WAC outside hitter Allison (Walker) Baker returns for her junior season.

She earned WAC Player of the Week honors three times last year, the most of any player in the league, and ranked second in the WAC with 4.24 kills per set.

n Idaho is coming off its highest-ever finish in WAC play, tying for second place in the conference. n The Vandals

have made it to the WAC semifinals four times since joining the league in 2005, including two straight seasons.

n The

Vandals are 28-9 (.757) at home over the last four seasons and bring a six-match home winning streak into 2012.

Head Coach ............................... Debbie Buchanan Volleyball Office ............................ (208) 885-0238

n Idaho had nine players earn academic All-WAC honors in 2011.

Arena ....................................Memorial Gym (1,500) All-Time Arena Record .................241-119 (.669)

n The Vandals

2011 Record ...........................................16-12 (.571) 2011 WAC Record .....................10-4 (.714), T-2nd Starters Returning/Lost ....................................6/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................9/3 All-Time Record ...........................687-547-1 (.556) All-Time WAC Record .........................67-43 (.609) WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................0 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................0 Last WAC Title ....................................................... N/A NCAA Appearances ......... 6 (1992-95, 2003-04) NCAA Record ..............................................2-6 (.250) 2011 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 28-101 Kills Per Set ...........................................................12.9 Blocks Per Set ......................................................... 2.6 Digs Per Set ...........................................................15.2

MEMORIAL GYM

add four newcomers to the roster – three freshmen and one transfer. Jenna Ellis, Katelyn Peterson and Taylor Wilkinson all reign from the state of Idaho, while Ali Forde comes from the Seattle area. Meredith Coba will also be active after redshirting as a freshman in 2011.

n The Vandals will host a tournament to start the season, welcoming Washington State, Montana

and Pacific to Memorial Gym Aug. 24-25. The tournament is Idaho’s first at home since 2008.

n Idaho will face three new opponents in 2012, including Northeastern, Denver and Texas State.

2012 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 24 !Pacific Aug. 25 !Montana Aug. 25 !Washington State Aug. 30 at Cal Poly @at UC Santa Barbara Aug. 31 Sept. 1 @vs. Northeastern Sept. 3 at Cal State Northridge Sept. 7 #vs. UCLA Sept. 8 #at Hawai‘i Sept. 9 #vs. San Diego State Sept. 13 Denver Sept. 15 New Mexico State Sept. 20 at San Jose State Sept. 22 at Utah State Sept. 27 Texas State UTSA Sept. 29 Oct. 5 at Seattle U Oct. 11 at UT Arlington

Time 7 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 13 at Louisiana Tech Oct. 18 Utah State Oct. 20 San Jose State Oct. 25 at UTSA at Texas State Oct. 27 Oct. 29 at Denver Nov. 3 Seattle U Nov. 8 Louisiana Tech Nov. 10 UT Arlington Nov. 15 at New Mexico State Nov. 19-21 WAC Tournament (San Antonio, Texas)

Time 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5:30 p.m. TBD

! - Idaho Nike Invitational (Moscow, Idaho) @ - UCSB Invitational (Santa Barbara, Calif.) # - Verizon Challenge (Honolulu, Hawai’i) *WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

VANDAL ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Duane Nellis President

Mario Reyes Faculty Representative

Dr. Rob Spear Athletics Director 24 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Debbie Buchanan SWA

Nick Heidelberger Volleyball SID


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IDAHO COACHING STAFF

DEBBIE BUCHANAN Alma Mater: Southern California, ‘96 Overall Record: 179-174 (.507), 12 years School Record: Same WAC Record: 67-43 (.609)

HEAD COACH FILE n Entering her 13th season as head coach at Idaho, Debbie Buchanan

is the longest tenured coach in program history.

n Buchanan

won her first career conference Coach of the Year award when she was named WAC Coach of the Year in 2011. She also earned College Coach of the Year honors from the North Idaho Hall of Fame.

n Buchanan

became Idaho’s winningest coach in program history in 2011 as she passed Idaho Hall of Famer Tom Hilbert and finished the season with 179 career wins.

n Buchanan has led the Vandals to a .500 or better record in conference

play in nine consecutive seasons, going a combined 86-60 (.589) in conference matches since 2003.

n Buchanan also serves as Idaho’s Senior Women’s Administrator. n In seven seasons in the WAC, Buchanan has compiled a 67-43 record

(.609).

n Buchanan

led Idaho to back-to-back at large berths in the NCAA Tournament in 2003 and 2004.

n The

Vandals are 81-43 (.653) at home under Buchanan including a 64-27 (.703) home mark since 2003.

n Buchanan has led Idaho to back-to-back WAC semifinal appearances,

and four overall in Idaho’s seven years in the conference.

COACHING RECORDS Year School All 2000 Idaho 16-13 2001 Idaho 11-19 2002 Idaho 11-17 2003 Idaho 19-11 2004 Idaho 17-13 2005 Idaho 16-14 2006 Idaho 12-18 2007 Idaho 13-17 2008 Idaho 19-10 2009 Idaho 15-15 2010 Idaho 14-15 2011 Idaho 16-12

Pct. Conference/Finish .552 6-10/6th Big West .579 5-13/7th Big West .393 7-11/T-6th Big West .633 10-8/T-5th Big West .567 9-9/6th Big West .533 8-8/5th WAC .400 10-6/3rd WAC .433 9-7/5th WAC .655 11-5/3rd WAC .500 11-5/3rd WAC .483 8-8/T-4th WAC .571 10-4/T-2nd WAC

ASSISTANT COACHES Brian Lamppa (Cornerstone, 1998) 2nd Year Steve Whitaker 5th Year

Overall Record 179-174 (.507)/12 years Idaho Record Same WAC Record 67-43 (.609)/7 years

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IDAHO TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Alex SELE

JENNY FEICHT

Allison WALKER

S, 5-11, Sr.

MB, 6-2, Sr.

OH, 6-1, Jr.

Ranked second in the WAC with 11.09 assists per set in the 2011 season ... was a second team All-WAC selection ... had seven double-doubles on the season ... had a career-high 15 digs on Oct. 21 at San Jose State ... in 2010, recorded 958 assists to average 10.19 per set ... finished with seven double-doubles on the season ... dished out a career-high 64 assists on Nov. 4, 2010, at Nevada ... as a freshman in 2009, was second on the team and 10th in the WAC with 385 assists on the season, the second-best total among WAC freshmen ... ranks seventh in Idaho history with 2,241 career assists.

Named second team All-WAC after averaging 1.77 kills, 1.08 blocks and 2.38 points per set while hitting .283 during the 2011 season ... earned the team’s Kathy Clark Academic Award ... had a season-high 10 kills to go along with a career-high .600 hitting percentage on Sept. 17 at UC Irvine ... had a season-high eight blocks on two occasions ... as a sophomore in 2010, averaged 1.33 kills and 1.06 blocks per set and had a .199 hitting percentage ... had a career-high 11 blocks on Sept. 18, 2010, at Gonzaga ... saw limited action in her freshman season.

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 385 30 2009 68 10 117 958 59 2010 94 17 183 898 53 2011 81 24 186 Totals 243 51 486 2241 142

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2009 6 4 1 0 5 81 108 7 1 86 2010 2011 99 175 15 4 107 Totals 186 287 23 5 198

Named first team All-WAC and to the WAC All-Tournament team in 2011 ... was an honorable mention All-West Region selection ... earned WAC Player of the Week honors three times during the season, more than any other player in the WAC ... led the WAC in conference matches with 4.31 kills per set ... had 24 double-digit kill matches and six matches with 20 or more kills ... had 13 double-doubles on the season ... became the first Vandal freshman ever to be named first-team All-WAC and was the only freshman on the first team in 2010 ... named to the WAC All-Freshman team and to the WAC All-Tournament Team ... had seven double-doubles on the season.

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Name Ryann Carter Allison (Walker) Baker Janelle Chow Meredith Coba Alyssa Schultz Julia Church Taylor Wilkinson Alex Sele Jenny Feicht Jenna Ellis Ali Forde Jessica Hastriter Katelyn Peterson Ashley Christman

Top Returnees Allison (Walker) Baker Jenny Feicht Alex Sele Top Newcomers Jenna Ellis Ali Forde Katelyn Peterson Taylor Wilkinson Key Losses Cassie Hamilton Alicia Milo

2012 IDAHO NUMERICAL ROSTER Pos. S OH DS S MB OH MB MB S DS OH OH OH OH

Ht. 5-7 6-1 5-8 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-0

Yr. Sr. Jr. Sr. RS-Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr.

Hometown (Previous School) Edgewood, Wash. (Washington) Othello, Wash. (Othello) Mercer Island, Wash. (Mercer Island) Salem, Ore. (West Salem) Issaquah, Wash. (Issaquah) Mukilteo, Wash. (Kamiak) Pocatello, Idaho (College of Southern Idaho) Tumwater, Wash. (Tumwater) Irvine, Calif. (Woodbridge) Pocatello, Idaho (Century) Woodinville, Wash. (Woodinville) Boise, Idaho (Columbia) Fairfield, Idaho (Camas County) Christina Lake, B.C. (Grand Forks Secondary)

IDAHO Profile Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A OH 6-1 Jr. 407 252 12 S 5-11 Sr. 24 186 898 MB 6-2 Sr. 175 15 4

TB SA 57 8 53 25 32 2

Pos. DS OH OH MB

Ht. 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-1

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Hometown (Previous School) Pocatello, Idaho (Century) Woodinville, Wash. (Woodinville) Fairfield, Idaho (Camas County) Pocatello, Idaho (College of Southern Idaho)

Pos. L OH

Ht. 5-8 6-0

Yr. Sr. Sr.

K 0 355

D 447 200

A 50 10

Career Statistics Year SP K 2010 106 419 2011 96 407 Totals 202 826

TB 0 32

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DIG AST TB 150 10 51 252 12 57 402 22 108

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director Becky Paull Volleyball Contact Nick Heidelberger Address 875 Perimeter Dr., MS 2302 Moscow, ID 83844-2302 Office Number (208) 885-0211 Heidelberger’s Cell Number (208) 596-1198 Heidelberger’s E-Mail nheidelberger@uidaho.edu Fax Number (208) 885-0255 Press Row (208) 885-0211

Media Outlets

Spokesman-Review: Office: (208) 338-8801

Josh Wright Fax: (208) 765-1749

Daily News: Dana Strong, Sports Editor Office: (208) 882-5561 Fax: (208) 883-8205 Lewiston Tribune: Office: (208) 745-9411

Matt Baney Fax: (208) 746-1185

Argonaut (campus) Office: (208) 885-7705

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IDAHO 2011 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 16-12 Home: 6-1

Away: 7-7

Neutral: 3-4

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE 96 27-27 407 4.24 176 1135 .204 12 0.12 8 40 0.08 24 252 2.62 3 54 57 0.59 5 1 Walker, Allison Milo, Alicia 97 27-21 355 3.66 162 980 .197 10 0.10 22 32 0.23 28 200 2.06 4 28 32 0.33 2 2 Sele, Alex 99 28-28 175 1.77 56 421 .283 4 0.04 2 8 0.02 0 15 0.15 10 97 107 1.08 10 0 Walker, Rylee 31 14-5 54 1.74 19 120 .292 1 0.03 0 0 0.00 0 6 0.19 0 30 30 0.97 2 0 Schultz, Alyssa 83 28-24 127 1.53 36 307 .296 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 16 0.19 7 98 105 1.27 4 0 31 1.48 9 78 .282 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 4 0.19 0 8 8 0.38 2 0 Christman,Ashley 21 9-0 Hastriter, Jessica 20 10-0 27 1.35 16 97 .113 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 4 0.20 1 5 6 0.30 2 0 Church, Julia 100 28-28 94 0.94 43 319 .160 15 0.15 10 17 0.10 17 173 1.73 3 87 90 0.90 6 1 Feicht, Jenny 81 23-22 24 0.30 11 70 .186 898 11.09 25 23 0.31 0 186 2.30 4 49 53 0.65 4 4 Carter, Ryann 28 12-6 7 0.25 3 21 .190 216 7.71 4 3 0.14 0 43 1.54 0 4 4 0.14 2 4 95 28-8 2 0.02 1 9 .111 6 0.06 6 5 0.06 14 171 1.80 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Chow, Janelle Hamilton, Cassie 101 25-0 0 0.00 1 5 -.200 50 0.50 18 12 0.18 19 446 4.42 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Westberg, Amy 81 28-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 1 0.01 8 15 0.10 0 19 0.23 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Team 7 Idaho 101 1303 12.90 533 3562 .216 1213 12.01 103 157 1.02 110 1535 15.20 32 460 262.0 2.59 39 12 101 1313 13.00 623 3737 .185 1229 12.17 110 168 1.09 103 1514 14.99 37 294 184.0 1.82 54 26 Opponents

WAC Matches: Record: 10-4

Home: 6-1

Away: 4-3

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Player Walker, Allison 49 13-13 211 4.31 89 576 .212 6 0.12 4 17 0.08 14 132 2.69 2 22 24 0.49 1 1 Milo, Alicia 51 13-10 191 3.75 68 512 .240 5 0.10 11 18 0.22 11 109 2.14 3 14 17 0.33 1 1 20 9-2 36 1.80 11 72 .347 1 0.05 0 0 0.00 0 5 0.25 0 18 18 0.90 2 0 Walker, Rylee Hastriter, Jessica 12 4-0 21 1.75 10 77 .143 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 0 0.00 1 3 4 0.33 1 0 23 1.64 8 55 .273 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 3 0.21 0 7 7 0.50 0 0 Christman,Ashley 14 6-0 Sele, Alex 52 14-13 83 1.60 34 217 .226 2 0.04 2 0 0.04 0 5 0.10 7 61 68 1.31 4 0 Schultz, Alyssa 45 14-13 69 1.53 18 152 .336 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 9 0.20 5 44 49 1.09 3 0 53 14-14 45 0.85 20 148 .169 8 0.15 8 9 0.15 9 97 1.83 1 49 50 0.94 4 0 Church, Julia Feicht, Jenny 52 14-13 17 0.33 7 47 .213 567 10.90 17 14 0.33 0 119 2.29 4 32 36 0.69 4 2 50 14-5 2 0.04 1 4 .250 2 0.04 4 2 0.08 6 82 1.64 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Chow, Janelle Carter, Ryann 4 3-1 0 0.00 0 0 .000 26 6.50 0 2 0.00 0 5 1.25 0 1 1 0.25 0 0 Hamilton, Cassie 54 14-0 0 0.00 0 2 .000 31 0.57 10 1 0.19 12 236 4.37 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 48 14-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 6 7 0.12 0 13 0.27 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Westberg, Amy Team 0 Idaho 54 698 12.93 266 1862 .232 648 12.00 62 72 1.15 53 815 15.09 23 251 148.5 2.75 20 4 Opponents 54 680 12.59 361 1991 .160 642 11.89 53 86 0.98 62 785 14.54 16 151 91.5 1.69 23 11

2011 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result W, 3-2 Aug. 26 !vs. Butler Aug. 27 !at Notre Dame L, 1-3 Aug. 28 !vs. Eastern Michigan L, 0-3 Sept. 2 @vs. Brigham Young L, 0-3 Sept. 2 @at Kansas State L, 0-3 Sept. 3 @vs. Georgia Southern W, 3-0 Sept. 9 #vs. Cal State Fullerton W, 3-0 Sept. 9 #vs. South Dakota L, 1-3 Sept. 10 #at Montana W, 3-0 Sept. 14 at Portland L, 1-3 Sept. 16 at Long Beach State L, 0-3 Sept. 17 at UC Irvine W, 3-0 Sept. 22 *No. 11 Hawai‘i L, 1-3 Sept. 24 *San Jose State W, 3-0 Sept. 29 *at New Mexico State L, 1-3 Oct. 1 *at Louisiana Tech W, 3-0 Oct. 5 at Eastern Washington W, 3-0

Date Opponent Oct. 7 *Utah State Oct. 13 *Nevada Oct. 15 *Fresno State Oct. 21 *at San Jose State Oct. 23 *at No. 8 Hawai‘i Oct. 27 *Louisiana Tech Oct. 29 *New Mexico State Nov. 5 *at Utah State Nov. 10 *at Fresno State Nov. 12 *at Nevada Nov. 22 %vs. No. 3 NM State

Result W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 L, 0-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 W, 3-1 L, 0-3

!Shamrock Invite (South Bend, Ind.) @Kansas State Invite (Manhattan, Kan.) #Montana Invite (Missoula, Mont.) *WAC Match %WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

Conf. Year W L 1974 - - 1975 - - 1976 - - 1977 - - 1978 3 4 1979 4 3 1980 9 0 1981 6 2 1982 7 7 1983 5 9 1984 12 2 1985 7 7 1986 3 9 1987 1 15 1988 5 11 1989 6 10 1990 6 10 1991 8 8 1992 11 3

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Overall W L T 22 6 0 18 18 0 16 18 0 19 19 0 23 23 0 14 23 0 32 6 1 29 19 0 19 10 0 24 18 0 26 14 0 19 17 0 9 26 0 5 24 0 11 17 0 15 14 0 14 15 0 13 16 0 24 7 0

Conf. Year W L 1993 13 1 1994 13 1 1995 13 1 1996 13 3 1997 10 6 1998 8 8 1999 7 9 2000 6 10 2001 5 13 2002 7 11 2003 10 8 2004 9 9 2005 8 8 2006 10 6 2007 9 7 2008 11 5 2009 11 5 2010 8 8 2011 10 4

Overall W L T 24 6 0 31 3 0 28 5 0 25 6 0 16 14 0 15 14 0 17 15 0 16 13 0 11 19 0 11 17 0 19 11 0 17 13 0 16 14 0 12 18 0 13 17 0 19 10 0 15 15 0 14 15 0 16 12 0


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LOUISIANA TECH LADY TECHSTERS

LADY TECHSTER BITS

QUICK FACTS

n The

Location:.................................................... Ruston, La. Joined WAC:............................................July 1, 2001 Enrollment:.......................................................11,581 Founded:............................................................... 1894 Nickname:..........................................Lady Techsters Colors:.....................................................Red and Blue President:.....................................Dr. Daniel Reneau Athletics Director:.................Bruce Van De Velde Athletic Department:.................. (318) 257-4111 Ticket Office:.................................... (318) 257-3631 Web Site:............................www.latechsports.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach ................................Adriano de Souza Volleyball Office ............................ (318) 257-3924 Arena ...............Thomas Assembly Center (8,000) All-Time Arena Record .................130-123 (.514) 2011 Record ...........................................10-22 (.313) 2011 WAC Record ......................... 0-14 (.000), 8th Starters Returning/Lost ....................................4/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ................... 10/5 All-Time Record ...............................351-444 (.442) All-Time WAC Record ...................... 18-144 (.111) WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................0 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................0 Last WAC Title ....................................................... N/A NCAA Appearances ................................................0 NCAA Record ........................................................ N/A 2011 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 32-111 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 10.03 Blocks Per Set .......................................................1.60 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 15.02

THOMAS ASSEMBLY CENTER

Lady Techsters have a new leader in head coach Adriano de Souza. He is the ninth head coach in Louisiana Tech volleyball history.

n In 2011, Louisiana Tech went 10-22 on the year, the fourth consecutive season it reached double-

digit wins.

n The Techsters

failed to notch a conference win in WAC play in 2011, ending the season in last place and failing to qualify for the WAC Tournament.

n The Techsters return four starters and three other players that started 10 or more matches last

season.

n Junior

outside hitter Clara Vido, an All-Louisiana honorable mention selection, returns for the Techsters as the team leader in kills per set with 2.57 in 2011.

n Louisiana Tech

lost just one senior to graduation in setter Bianca Bin. The Techsters have five upperclassmen on this year’s team, including senior Stephany Salas, the All-Louisiana Newcomer of the Year in 2011.

n The team has three newcomers on this year’s squad – Fenix Calderon, Dalane Guidry and Tiffany

Thomas.

n Louisiana Tech

contests.

will play 10 home matches in 2012. Eight of those matches will be conference

2012 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Aug. 24 !vs. Central Arkansas 3 p.m. Aug. 25 !vs. South Alabama 3 p.m. Aug. 25 !at Southern Miss 7 p.m. Aug. 31 @at Lamar 10:30 a.m. Aug. 31 @vs. Tulane 4:30 p.m. Sept. 1 @vs. South Carolina State 3 p.m. Sept. 5 Grambling State 7 p.m. Sept. 7 #vs. UT-Pan American 9 a.m. #vs. Southern 3 p.m. Sept. 7 Sept. 8 #vs. Weber State 10 a.m. Sept. 8 #at Southeastern Louisiana 2 p.m. Sept. 11 at Northwestern State 7 p.m. Sept. 15 *UT Arlington 2 p.m. Sept. 20 *at New Mexico State 7 p.m. *at Denver 7 p.m. Sept. 22 *Utah State 7 p.m. Sept. 27 *San Jose State 7 p.m. Sept. 29 Oct. 4 *at UTSA 6:30 p.m. Oct. 6 *at Texas State 2 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 11 *Seattle U Oct. 13 *Idaho Oct. 18 *Denver Oct. 20 *New Mexico State Oct. 25 *at San Jose State Oct. 27 *at Utah State Nov. 1 *Texas State Nov. 3 *UTSA *at Idaho Nov. 8 Nov. 10 *at Seattle U Nov. 15 *at UT Arlington Nov. 19-21 WAC Tournament (San Antonio, Texas)

! - Southern Miss Invitational (Hattiesburg, Miss.) @ - Lamar Invitational (Beaumont, Texas) # - Southeastern Lion Classic (Hammond, La.) *WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

LADY TECHSTER ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Daniel Reneau President

James Liberatos Faculty Representative

Bruce Van De Velde Athletics Director 28 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. TBD

Mary Kay Hungate Associate AD/SWA

Anna Claire Thomas Volleyball SID


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LOUISIANA TECH COACHING STAFF

Adriano de SOUZA Alma Mater: UNICAMP, ‘97 Overall Record: 29-36 (.442), 2 years School Record: 0-0 (.000), first year WAC Record: 0-0 (.000), first year

HEAD COACH FILE n Adriano de Souza is in his first year at the helm, making him the ninth

head coach in the program’s history.

n De Souza’s coaching resume spans two continents and 17 years with

stints at the club, high school and collegiate levels.

n He

spent the past four years as an assistant coach at Illinois State, where he helped the Redbirds advance to the semifinals of the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament two consecutive years.

n De Souza served on the staff at Miami (Ohio) from 2005-07, helping

the RedHawks reach the 2007 NCAA Tournament after capturing the Mid-American Conference Tournament title.

n He was a volunteer assistant at Kent State from 2003-04, while com-

pleting his master’s degree in sports pedagogy.

n De Souza’s coaching career in the U.S. started with two years as the

head coach at Union College (Ky.). He led the Bulldogs to a secondplace finish in the Mid-South Conference and the program’s first NAIA regional appearance in his final season in 2000.

n He

spent three years (2001-03) as the volleyball coach and coadministrator for two men’s teams in the city of Rio Claro, Brazil. His under-21 men’s team was the regional runner-up all three years, while his under-19 men’s team was the APV League Champion in 2001, and posted a runner-up finish in 2002.

n Since 2001, Adriano has worked with Antonio Rizola, the head coach

of the Brazilian Junior National Team, in developing methods to improve players’ game intelligence in preparation for South American and World Championships.

n De

Souza graduated with his bachelor’s degree from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP) in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in December 1997, and completed his master’s degree at Kent State in May 2006.

COACHING RECORDS Year School All 1999 Union 9-21 2000 Union 20-15

Pct. .290 .571

Conference/Finish 3-3/4th Mid-South 4-2/2nd Mid-South

Overall Record 29-36 (.446)/2 years Louisiana Tech Record 0-0 (.000)/first year WAC Record 0-0 (.000)/first year

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ASSISTANT COACH Marcela Cunha West Florida (2007) 1st Year


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LOUISIANA TECH TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

STEPHANY SALAS

CAITLIN GERMANY

CLARA VIDO

MB, 6-3, Jr.

L, 5-3, Sr.

OH, 5-8, Jr.

Started 22 matches for the Lady Techsters last year as a sophomore ... led all Tech players with 59 blocks ... recorded a career-high four service aces vs. Southeastern Louisiana on Sept. 16 ... tallied a career-high 12 kills vs. McNeese State on Sept. 13 ... registered a career-high seven blocks vs. Rutgers on Aug. 27 ... posted doubledigit kills in two different matches, last vs. Fresno State on Nov. 5 ... named to the all-tournament team at the Louisiana Tech Invitational, where she recorded 21 kills and 12 blocks in three matches ... played in 32 matches as a true freshman ... moved into the starting lineup late into the season, totaling 11 starts, including eight against WAC competition.

Led the WAC in digs with 4.62 per set ... in conference play, ranked third with 3.94 digs per set ... recorded a team-high 407 digs ... posted a season-high 35 digs vs. Houston Baptist on Sept. 17 ... registered 20 or more digs seven times, last vs. San Jose State on Nov. 12 ... recorded three service aces in a match twice, both vs. Southeastern Louisiana ... tallied five assists in a match twice, last vs. Nevada on Nov. 3 ... transferred to LA Tech from Lee Junior College, where she set three single-season records – digs in a single season (626), digs per set average (5.9) and serve-receive efficiency (97 percent) ... all-time digs leader at Lee College with 1,141 in two seasons.

Led the Lady Techsters last season with 2.57 kills per set ... finished the season ranked seventh in the WAC with 3.04 digs per set ... one of two Tech players to post more than 200 kills ... posted a team-high nine double-doubles ... registered a season-high 21 kills vs. Rutgers on Aug. 27 ... posted a season-high 22 digs vs. Southeastern Louisiana on Sept. 9 ... registered two blocks on four different occasions, last vs. New Mexico State on Oct. 22 ... as a freshman, posted five double-doubles ... totaled a career-high 25 kills at Idaho on Nov. 13, 2010 ... her 25 kills against Idaho marked the most by a Lady Techster since the NCAA changed scoring to 25 points.

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2010 78 84 15 7 40 2011 83 141 34 10 59 Totals 161 225 49 17 99

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2011 88 20 407 39 0 Totals 88 20 407 39 0

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2010 62 152 150 15 6 83 213 252 18 17 2011 Totals 145 365 402 33 23

No. 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 16 18 22 43

2012 LOUISIANA TECH NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name Pos. Regan Himmelberg MB Clara Vido OH Maria Coelho S Paige Cooper DS Fenix Calderon OH Dalane Guidry MH Caitlin Germany MB Ana Rodrigues L Emily Maher MB Gabryel Ording MB Carly Pogson RS Bridget Benditz OH Tiffany Thomas OH Shelbie Reed OH Stephany Salas L

Top Returnees Caitlin Germany Stephany Salas Clara Vido

Ht. 6-3 5-8 5-10 5-7 5-10 6-3 6-3 5-3 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-2 5-10 5-3

Yr. So. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. RS-Jr. RS-Sr. RS-Fr. So. Fr. RS-Fr. Sr.

Hometown (Previous School) Colleyville, Texas (Grapevine) Belo Horizonte, Brazil (Pitagoras) Belo Horizonte, Brazil (Sacred Maria’s Heart) Denver, Colo. (Highlands Ranch) El Paso, Texas (El Paso) Youngsville, La. (Westminister Christian Academy) Huntsville, Texas (Huntsville) Belo Horizonte, Brazil (Colegio Metodo) Flower Mound, Texas (Southeast Missouri State) Custer Park, Ill. (Custer Park) Shreveport, La. (Loyola College Prep) Houston, Texas (Klein Oak) Friendswood, Texas (Santa Fe) Lake Charles, La. (Alfred M Barbe) Bayamon, Puerto Rico (Lee College)

LOUISIANA TECH Profile Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A MB 6-3 Jr. 141 34 10 L 5-3 Sr. 20 407 39 OH 5-8 Jr. 213 252 18

TB SA 59 12 0 15 17 10

Top Newcomers Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown (Previous School) Fenix Calderon OH 5-10 Fr. El Paso, Texas (El Paso) Dalane Guidry MH 6-3 Fr. Youngsville, La. (Westminister Christian Academy) Tiffany Thomas OH 6-2 Fr. Friendswood, Texas (Santa Fe) Key Losses Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA Bianca Bin S 5-10 Sr. 70 161 803 44 19 Marcella Braz OH 5-10 Jr. 216 134 13 17 14 RS-Jr. 74 190 16 16 12 Nataliya Panova OH 6-0

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MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director Malcolm Butler Volleyball Contact Anna Claire Thomas Address P.O. Box 3046 Ruston, LA 71270 Office Number (318) 257-5314 Thomas’ Cell Number (318) 331-3813 Thomas’ E-Mail acthomas@latech.edu Fax Number (318) 257-3757 Press Row (318) 257-3144

Media Outlets

Associated Press (New Orleans): Mary Foster Office: (800) 662-7717 Fax: (504) 586-0531 Ruston Daily Leader: Office: (318) 255-4353

Buddy Davis Fax: (318) 255-4006

Monroe News-Star: Office: (318) 362-0287

Scott Boatright Fax: (318) 362-0267

Tech Talk (campus) Office: (318) 257-4946

Fax: (318) 257-4558

LOUISIANA TECH CAMPUS


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LOUISIANA TECH 2011 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 10-22

Home: 3-10

Away: 3-9

Neutral: 4-3

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE 83 30-20 213 2.57 152 720 .085 18 0.22 10 28 0.12 28 252 3.04 7 10 17 0.20 7 0 Vido, Clara Braz, Marcella 85 30-24 216 2.54 116 776 .129 13 0.15 14 22 0.16 23 134 1.58 4 13 17 0.20 5 2 Benditz, Bridget 66 26-11 115 1.74 54 370 .165 5 0.08 9 12 0.14 19 128 1.94 2 8 10 0.15 0 1 Germany, Caitlin 83 27-22 141 1.70 75 352 .188 10 0.12 12 18 0.14 3 34 0.41 8 51 59 0.71 4 2 Maher, Emily 72 24-19 96 1.33 48 315 .152 7 0.10 12 6 0.17 1 29 0.40 5 39 44 0.61 3 2 69 1.19 38 258 .120 3 0.05 1 1 0.02 0 28 0.48 3 24 27 0.47 3 1 Taylor, Anne Marie 58 21-7 Himmelberg, Regan 51 22-13 52 1.02 24 162 .173 7 0.14 8 12 0.16 0 31 0.61 5 26 31 0.61 8 0 Panova, Nataliya 80 26-19 74 0.93 57 350 .049 16 0.20 12 15 0.15 18 190 2.38 1 15 16 0.20 2 1 Bin, Bianca 104 32-31 70 0.67 21 254 .193 803 7.72 19 28 0.18 1 161 1.55 6 38 44 0.42 5 28 Ording, Gabryel 65 27-17 38 0.58 35 157 .019 2 0.03 0 0 0.00 0 30 0.46 6 33 39 0.60 8 0 88 26-1 20 0.23 17 82 .037 39 0.44 15 22 0.17 31 407 4.62 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 Salas, Stephany Coelho, Maria 15 11-1 2 0.13 3 16 -.062 75 5.00 5 1 0.33 0 17 1.13 0 5 5 0.33 1 3 Cooper, Paige 109 32-7 5 0.05 2 15 .200 6 0.06 7 11 0.06 10 100 0.92 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Rodrigues, Ana 63 24-0 2 0.03 1 8 .125 8 0.13 12 15 0.19 18 121 1.92 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 Ige, Veronica 8 5-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 5 0.62 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 1113 10.03 645 3837 .122 1012 9.12 137 191 1.23 167 1667 15.02 47 262 178.0 1.60 46 46 Louisiana Tech 111 Opponents 111 1443 13.00 626 3981 .205 1349 12.15 167 227 1.50 137 1816 16.36 33 417 241.5 2.18 49 33

WAC Matches: Record: 0-14

Home: 0-7

Away: 0-7

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Player Braz, Marcella 37 14-10 102 2.76 65 371 .100 6 0.16 7 10 0.19 14 62 1.68 2 4 6 0.16 0 1 3 0.10 0 1 Benditz, Bridget 31 12-7 57 1.84 26 175 .177 0 0.00 1 5 0.03 9 51 1.65 0 3 Germany, Caitlin 27 11-9 39 1.44 27 106 .113 2 0.07 1 1 0.04 0 5 0.19 2 10 12 0.44 1 1 Vido, Clara 27 13-6 38 1.41 52 199 -.070 1 0.04 0 13 0.00 11 58 2.15 1 3 4 0.15 2 0 35 13-11 38 1.09 24 126 .111 3 0.09 4 3 0.11 1 10 0.29 2 14 16 0.46 1 1 Maher, Emily Taylor, Anne Marie 24 11-1 19 0.79 10 84 .107 1 0.04 0 0 0.00 0 6 0.25 0 4 4 0.17 2 0 11 0.73 5 43 .140 0 0.00 0 5 0.00 0 5 0.33 0 7 7 0.47 2 0 Himmelberg, Regan 15 8-4 Bin, Bianca 41 14-14 28 0.68 7 105 .200 277 6.76 8 8 0.20 1 52 1.27 1 12 13 0.32 4 15 Panova, Nataliya 37 13-13 25 0.68 30 171 -.029 8 0.22 5 6 0.14 8 89 2.41 0 11 11 0.30 1 0 Ording, Gabryel 22 11-5 12 0.55 17 55 -.091 1 0.05 0 0 0.00 0 5 0.23 0 6 6 0.27 1 0 Salas, Stephany 34 12-0 7 0.21 8 27 -.037 15 0.44 3 6 0.09 12 134 3.94 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 7 5-0 1 0.14 1 6 .000 23 3.29 2 1 0.29 0 4 0.57 0 1 1 0.14 0 1 Coelho, Maria Ige, Veronica 2 2-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.50 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Cooper, Paige 43 14-4 0 0.00 0 2 .000 3 0.07 2 5 0.05 1 31 0.72 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 25 10-0 0 0.00 1 3 -.333 2 0.08 1 3 0.04 8 43 1.72 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Rodrigues, Ana Louisiana Tech 44 377 8.57 273 1473 .071 342 7.77 34 66 0.77 72 556 12.64 8 75 45.5 1.03 14 22 44 651 14.80 210 1506 .293 608 13.82 72 89 1.64 34 712 16.18 12 172 98.0 2.23 18 11 Opponents

2011 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Aug. 26 !vs. UT-Pan American L, 0-3 Aug. 27 !vs. Rutgers W, 3-2 Aug. 27 !at Sam Houston State L, 0-3 Sept. 2 @vs. SE La. W, 3-2 Sept. 2 @vs. Alabama A&M W, 3-1 Sept. 3 @vs. Samford L, 0-3 Sept. 3 @at South Alabama W, 3-1 Sept. 6 at Jackson State L, 2-3 Sept. 9 #Grambling State W, 3-0 Sept. 9 #SE Louisiana W, 3-1 Sept. 10 #Texas Tech L, 0-3 Sept. 13 McNeese State L, 1-3 Sept. 16 $vs. Southern Miss L, 0-3 Sept. 16 $vs. SE Louisiana W, 3-1 Sept. 17 $at Houston Baptist W, 3-2 Sept. 24 *at New Mexico State L, 0-3 Sept. 29 *Utah State L, 1-3 Oct. 1 *Idaho L, 0-3 Oct. 4 at Grambling State W, 3-0

Date Opponent Oct. 6 *at Fresno State Oct. 8 *at Nevada Oct. 13 *San Jose State Oct. 14 *No. 8 Hawai‘i Oct. 19 Northwestern State Oct. 22 *New Mexico State Oct. 27 *at Idaho Oct. 29 *at Utah State Nov. 3 *Nevada Nov. 5 *Fresno State Nov. 10 *at No. 6 Hawai‘i Nov. 12 *at San Jose State Nov. 15 Arkansas-Pine Bluff

Result L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-0

!Sam Houston Invite (Huntsville, Texas) @South Alabama Tourney (Mobile, Ala.) #LA Tech Invitational (Ruston, La.) $Husky Classic (Houston, Texas) *WAC Match

Conf. Year W L 1976 6 1 1977 - - 1978 - - 1979 - - 1980 - - 1981 - - 1982 - - 1983 - - 1984 - - 1985 2 10 1986 7 5 1987 10 6 1988 4 12 1989 3 13 1990 0 16 1991 3 13 1992 7 11 1993 5 13

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Overall W L T 24 12 0 14 10 0 17 14 0 20 8 0 11 19 0 16 18 0 4 20 0 4 20 0 1 23 0 6 23 0 15 15 0 17 13 0 7 26 0 4 23 0 2 32 0 8 19 0 10 26 0 17 16 0

Conf. Year W L 1994 5 13 1995 9 9 1996 7 9 1997 5 11 1998 12 4 1999 10 6 2000 10 6 2001 0 13 2002 4 9 2003 4 9 2004 1 12 2005 2 14 2006 0 16 2007 1 15 2008 0 16 2009 4 12 2010 2 14 2011 0 14

Overall W L T 11 23 0 16 14 0 16 15 0 12 19 0 22 7 0 17 11 0 13 14 0 8 20 0 9 16 0 16 15 0 6 21 0 15 18 0 6 28 0 6 24 0 4 24 0 15 18 0 13 20 0 10 22 0


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NEW MEXICO STATE AGGIES

AGGIE BITS

QUICK FACTS

n The Aggies face seven teams in 2012 that made it to the NCAA Tournament last year.

Location:...........................................Las Cruces, N.M. Joined WAC:............................................ July 1, 2005 Enrollment:.......................................................17,198 Founded:............................................................... 1888 Nickname:..........................................................Aggies Colors:..........................................Crimson and White President:................................. Dr. Barbara Couture Athletics Director:............... Dr. McKinley Boston Athletic Department:.................. (575) 646-4126 Ticket Office:.................................... (575) 646-1420 Web Site:........................www.nmstatesports.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach ...........................................Mike Jordan Volleyball Office ............................ (575) 646-4921 Arena .....................Pan American Center (13,071) All-Time Arena Record .................208-101 (.673) 2011 Record ...........................................23-10 (.697) 2011 WAC Record .....................10-4 (.714), T-2nd Starters Returning/Lost ....................................3/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................6/6 All-Time Record ...............................662-543 (.549) All-Time WAC Record ...................... 101-25 (.802) WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................1 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................0 Last WAC Title ....................................................... N/A NCAA Appearances ......... 5 (2003-04, 2006-08) NCAA Record ..............................................1-5 (.167) 2011 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 33-113 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 13.84 Blocks Per Set .......................................................2.30 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 14.77

PAN AMERICAN CENTER

n Three players – Meredith Hays, Jennah DeVries and Kelsey Brennan – earned AVCA West-Region

honors last season. Hays was also named WAC Freshman of the Year, becoming just the second New Mexico State player ever to earn the honor (Amber Simpson, 2005).

n NM State has posted 20 or more wins in nine of the last 10 seasons. n Although the Aggies entered the 2011 WAC Tournament as the No. 3 seed, they swept San Jose

State and Idaho before falling to top-seeded Hawai’i in the championship match.

n Hays

led the WAC and ranked 18th nationally in kills (4.42) and topped the conference and ranked 18th in the nation in points (4.94). Brennan finished the year second in the league and 34th nationally in hitting percentage (.354), while Michelle Kuester was fifth in the WAC and 50th in the nation in blocks (1.19).

n The Aggies had four all-tournament team selections, two WAC Player of the Week honorees and

three players named to the WAC Tournament team in 2011.

n Hays became the first freshman at NM State and second Aggie ever to tally at least 500 kills in

a season. The first was Kayleigh Giddens in 2010.

n NM State has had 25 first team All-WAC selections, nine second team selections and three All-

Freshman Team selections since the Aggies began playing in the WAC in 2005.

2012 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Aug. 24 !vs. Wichita State 5 p.m. Aug. 25 !vs. North Dakota State noon Aug. 25 !at Northern Illinois 7 p.m. Aug. 31 @Cincinnati 7 p.m. Sept. 1 @Drake 12:30 p.m. Sept. 1 @Northwestern 7 p.m. Sept. 7 #vs. Florida International 4:30 p.m. Sept. 8 #vs. Pepperdine 11 a.m. Sept. 9 #at Colorado State noon Sept. 13 *at Seattle U 7 p.m. Sept. 15 *at Idaho 7 p.m. Sept. 20 *Louisiana Tech (AggieVision) 7 p.m. Sept. 22 *UT Arlington noon Sept. 26 at UTEP 7 p.m. Sept. 29 *Denver noon Oct. 4 *at Utah State 7 p.m. Oct. 6 *at San Jose State 7 p.m. Oct. 11 *UTSA (AggieVision) 7 p.m. Oct. 13 *Texas State (AggieVision) 7 p.m.

! - Northern Illinois Invitational (DeKalb, Ill.) @ - NMSU Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.) # - Rams Classic (Fort Collins, Colo.) *WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

AGGIE ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Barbara Couture President

Date Opponent Time Oct. 18 *at UT Arlington 7 p.m. Oct. 20 *at Louisiana Tech 2 p.m. Oct. 23 at New Mexico 7 p.m. Oct. 27 *at Denver 7 p.m. Oct. 29 *Seattle U 7 p.m. Nov. 1 *San Jose State (AggieVision) 7 p.m. Nov. 3 *Utah State (AggieVision) 7 p.m. Nov. 8 *at Texas State 6:30 p.m. Nov. 10 *at UTSA 11 a.m. Nov. 15 *Idaho 5:30 p.m. Nov. 19-21 WAC Tournament TBD (San Antonio, Texas)

Dr. Jack Thomas Faculty Representative

Dr. McKinley Boston Athletics Director 32 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Maria Roth Associate AD/SWA

Eddie Morelos Volleyball SID


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NEW MEXICO STATE COACHING STAFF

MIKE JORDAN Alma Mater: University of Phoenix, ‘01 Overall Record: 308-138 (.691), 14 years School Record: Same WAC Record: 89-21 (.809), 7 years

HEAD COACH FILE n Mike

Jordan is in his 15th season with NM State and has a 308-138 record with a 89-21 mark in WAC play.

n He earned WAC Coach of the Year honors in 2005, 2006 and 2008. He

also earned Coach of the Year twice in the Sun Belt (2003 and 2004).

n Jordan is the only Aggie head coach to lead AVCA All-Americans, with

six different players earning the honor.

n He

is the only NM State head coach to lead his team to the NCAA Tournament, which he has done five times (2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008). The Aggies won their first-ever NCAA Tournament match on Dec. 5, 2008, over Saint Mary’s College in Berkeley, Calif.

n Last year, Jordan surpassed the 300-win mark for his career. His 300th

victory came in a sweep over Nevada in Reno.

n He is the only Aggie head coach to ever lead his team to a conference

title as he has won titles in both the Sun Belt Conference and WAC. NM State is the first team to either share or hold the WAC regular-season title since BYU and Hawai‘i shared the Pacific Division title in 1998.

n Jordan

guided the Aggies to their first-ever win over nationally ranked Hawai’i on Oct. 2, 2007, which snapped the Rainbow Wahine’s 114-match conference win streak.

n Jordan

has mentored many current Division I head coaches across the nation including Ashley Hardee (North Dakota), Debbie Baker (Southern Utah) and Don Flora (Texas Tech).

COACHING RECORDS Year School All 1998 NM State 7-22 1999 NM State 15-15 2000 NM State 15-17 2001 NM State 19-11 2002 NM State 26-7 2003 NM State 30-5 2004 NM State 30-3 2005 NM State 20-7 2006 NM State 33-4 2007 NM State 26-6 NM State 26-9 2008 2009 NM State 20-9 2010 NM State 18-13 2011 NM State 23-10

Pct. Conference/Finish .241 4-12/Big West .500 6-10/Big West .469 8-8/Big West .633 13-2/1st Sun Belt-W .788 13-2/1st Sun Belt-W .857 15-0/1st Sun Belt .909 15-0/1st Sun Belt .741 11-5/T-2nd WAC .892 14-2/2nd WAC .812 14-2/2nd WAC .743 15-1/T-1st WAC .690 13-3/2nd WAC .581 12-4/2nd WAC .697 10-4/T-2nd WAC

308-138 (.691)/14 years Overall Record NM State Record Same WAC Record 89-21 (.809)/7 years

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ASSISTANT COACHES Keith Rubio Cal State Northridge (1999) 2nd Year

Tricia Wright LaVerne (1991) 10th Year

Kelsi Phillips New Mexico State (2012) 1st Year


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NEW MEXICO STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

MEREDITH HAYS

DESIREE SCOTT

STEPHANIE ZIEGLER

OH, 5-11, So.

MB, 6-2, Jr.

OH, 5-8, RS-Jr.

Named first team All-WAC and WAC Freshman of the Year, only the second Aggie ever to earn the honor ... led the WAC and ranked 18th nationally in both kills per set (4.42) and points per set (4.94) ... led the WAC with 500 kills on the season ... posted a season-high 31 kills against Colorado State (Nov. 26) ... named to the all-tournament teams at the MCM Elegante Lobo Classic, the Hotel Encanto Classic and the WAC Tournament ... ranked second on the team in service aces (32), third in digs (286), fourth in assists (22) and fifth in blocks (41) ... finished second on the team with 12 double-doubles.

Played in 98 sets as a sophomore last season, ranking second on the team blocks per set (0.78) and third in total blocks (76) ... ranked fifth in kills (143) and kills per set (1.46) ... tallied a career-high 12 kills against Colgate on Sept. 16 ... was a perfect six kills on six attacks during a sweep of Utah State on Oct. 1 ... as a freshman, saw action in 99 sets, averaging 1.07 kills per set ... posted a season-high nine kills at Arizona ... posted at least five kills in 10 matches ... finished the season with 76 total blocks, including 12 solo.

Ranked third on the team in kills (243) and kills per set (2.17), fourth in digs (250), and fifth in both assists (17) and service aces (13) ... had 10 or more kills seven times during the season, including a career-high 17 against San Jose State on Nov. 10 ... was awarded a medical redshirt in 2012 after suffering a broken leg that ended her season in a match against Rice ... as a freshman, played in 40 sets and averaged 1.17 kills and 1.17 digs per set ... tallied seven kills and seven digs against nationally-ranked Illinois ... led the way to a five-set win over UTEP with 12 kills, seven digs and a block.

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2011 113 500 286 22 41 Totals 113 500 286 22 41

No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 23 24

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2010 99 106 4 0 76 2011 98 143 8 0 76 Totals 197 249 12 0 152

2012 NEW MEXICO STATE NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name Hannah Walker Taylor Livoti Meredith Hays Sarah Johnson Maggi Jo Keffury Alexis Wick Preslie Alexander Bradley Nash Ciara Brown Madelyn Johnson Madison Hardy Nathalie Castellanos Desiree Scott Stephanie Ziegler Jordan Reifsteck Gwen Murphy Lauren Loerch

Pos. L S OH MB S MB MB OH S L DS OH MB OH L MB OH

Ht. 5-5 5-8 5-11 6-2 5-6 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-10 5-7 5-7 5-9 6-2 5-8 5-7 6-2 6-0

Yr. Jr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. RS-Fr. Jr. Fr. RS-Sr. Fr. Jr. RS-Jr. Fr. RS-Fr. Jr.

Hometown (Previous School) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Colorado) Humble, Texas (Atascocita) Hereford, Texas (Hereford) Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton) Arroyo Grande, Calif. (Arroyo Grande) Leander, Texas (Rouse) San Antonio, Texas (Blinn JC) Kayenta, Ariz. (Monument Valley) Fort Myers, Fla. (Virginia Commonwealth) Alvin, Texas (Alivin) Placerville, Calif. (Hawai’i-Pacific) Vado, N.M. (Gadsden) Tucson, Ariz. (Catalina Foothills) Tucson, Ariz. (Canyon Del Oro) Aurora, Ill. (Oswego East) Elfrida, Ariz. (Valley Union) Georgetown, Texas (California)

NEW MEXICO STATE Profile Ht. Yr. K D 5-11 So. 500 286 6-2 Jr. 143 8 5-8 RS-Jr. 243 250

Top Returnees Meredith Hays Desiree Scott Stephanie Ziegler

Pos. OH MB OH

Top Newcomers Lauren Loerch Taylor Livoti Preslie Alexander

Pos. OH S MB

Key Losses Kelsey Brennan Jennah DeVries Kelsi Phillips

Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA MH 6-2 Sr. 302 53 3 82 2 S 5-8 Sr. 79 306 1218 46 17 DS 5-6 Sr. 3 467 73 0 28

Ht. 6-0 5-8 6-1

Yr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

A 22 0 17

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2009 40 47 47 1 8 15 12 5 2 9 2010 2011 112 243 250 17 40 Totals 167 302 302 20 57

TB SA 41 32 76 0 40 13

Hometown (Previous School) Georgetown, Texas (California) Humble, Texas (Atascocita) San Antonio, Texas (Blinn JC)

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MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director Tyler Dunkel Volleyball Contact Eddie Morelos Address MSC 3145, PO Box 30001 Las Cruces, NM 88003 Office Number (575) 646-1885 Morelos’ Cell Number (575) 642-5746 Morelos’ E-Mail emorelos@nmsu.edu Fax Number (575) 646-2099 Press Row (575) 646-3400

Media Outlets

Associated Press: Office: (575) 848-2766

Tim Korte Fax: (575) 838-0310

Las Cruces-Sun News: Office: (575) 541-5444

Teddy Feinberg Fax: (575) 541-5498

Las Cruces Bulletin: Office: (575) 524-8061

Jim Haley Fax: (575) 526-4621

The Round Up Office: (575) 646-6397 NEW MEXICO STATE CAMPUS


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NEW MEXICO STATE 2011 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 23-10

Home: 11-3

Away: 5-4

Neutral: 7-3

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Hays, Meredith 113 33-33 500 4.42 241 1312 .197 22 0.19 32 42 0.28 58 286 2.53 12 29 41 0.36 8 2 Brennan, Kelsey 110 33-32 302 2.75 88 605 .354 3 0.03 2 4 0.02 0 53 0.48 6 76 82 0.75 10 2 Nash, Bradley 3 1-1 8 2.67 7 32 .031 0 0.00 1 0 0.33 0 6 2.00 0 1 1 0.33 1 0 Ziegler, Stephanie 112 33-33 243 2.17 133 795 .138 17 0.15 13 26 0.12 35 250 2.23 15 25 40 0.36 2 1 Kuester, Michelle 107 32-32 158 1.48 55 374 .275 4 0.04 6 13 0.06 0 26 0.24 17 110 127 1.19 20 0 Scott, Desiree 98 32-26 143 1.46 55 320 .275 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 8 0.08 13 63 76 0.78 11 1 Pajares, Deirdre 53 24-8 67 1.26 35 203 .158 2 0.04 0 0 0.00 2 13 0.25 1 28 29 0.55 1 0 Murphy, Gwen 19 10-0 18 0.95 16 67 .030 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 3 0.16 0 2 2 0.11 0 0 Leichner, Jocelyn 36 23-0 29 0.81 18 74 .149 0 0.00 2 0 0.06 5 8 0.22 0 7 7 0.19 0 0 DeVries, Jennah 113 33-33 79 0.70 23 203 .276 1218 10.78 17 17 0.15 0 306 2.71 4 42 46 0.41 12 10 Mansfield, Kiley 22 16-0 11 0.50 9 35 .057 2 0.09 1 0 0.05 1 3 0.14 0 0 0 0.00 2 0 Rodgers, Brynja 102 30-0 3 0.03 1 8 .250 91 0.89 23 24 0.23 0 194 1.90 0 0 0 0.00 0 6 Phillips, Kelsi 113 33-0 3 0.03 0 3 1.000 73 0.65 35 28 0.31 17 467 4.13 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Tamura, Shelby 36 23-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 1 0.03 0 2 0.00 2 11 0.31 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Keffury, Maggi Jo 7 6-0 0 0.00 0 1 .000 7 1.00 0 0 0.00 0 2 0.29 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Coppedge, Jene 79 31-0 0 0.00 0 1 .000 6 0.08 6 7 0.08 0 33 0.42 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 New Mexico State 113 1564 13.84 681 4033 .219 1446 12.80 138 163 1.22 128 1669 14.77 68 383 259.5 2.30 67 24 Opponents 113 1325 11.73 689 3923 .162 1209 10.70 128 184 1.13 137 1491 13.19 59 422 270.0 2.39 61 19

WAC Matches: Record: 10-4 Player Hays, Meredith Brennan, Kelsey Ziegler, Stephanie Kuester, Michelle Scott, Desiree Murphy, Gwen DeVries, Jennah Mansfield, Kiley Leichner, Jocelyn Pajares, Deirdre Phillips, Kelsi Rodgers, Brynja Tamura, Shelby Keffury, Maggi Jo Coppedge, Jene New Mexico State Opponents

Home: 6-1

Away: 4-3

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE 48 14-14 206 4.29 102 542 .192 8 0.17 18 20 0.38 26 94 1.96 2 12 14 0.29 2 2 48 14-14 130 2.71 38 260 .354 1 0.02 0 1 0.00 0 18 0.38 2 35 37 0.77 3 2 48 14-14 121 2.52 57 366 .175 5 0.10 5 17 0.10 14 102 2.12 4 9 13 0.27 1 1 48 14-14 70 1.46 25 160 .281 2 0.04 5 6 0.10 0 12 0.25 9 47 56 1.17 9 0 46 14-14 66 1.43 23 140 .307 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 4 0.09 9 30 39 0.85 5 1 4 2-0 3 0.75 3 12 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.25 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 48 14-14 34 0.71 8 76 .342 515 10.73 10 3 0.21 0 131 2.73 4 17 21 0.44 4 6 11 9-0 7 0.64 5 19 .105 0 0.00 1 0 0.09 1 2 0.18 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 12 9-0 5 0.42 2 11 .273 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 3 0 0.00 0 3 3 0.25 0 0 13 8-0 4 0.31 8 26 -.154 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 2 0 0.00 0 3 3 0.23 0 0 48 14-0 2 0.04 0 2 1.000 25 0.52 14 11 0.29 10 194 4.04 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 48 14-0 1 0.02 0 2 .500 32 0.67 10 10 0.21 0 85 1.77 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 13 10-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 2 0.15 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 3 3-0 0 0.00 0 1 .000 2 0.67 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 45 14-0 0 0.00 0 1 .000 4 0.09 5 4 0.11 0 17 0.38 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 48 649 13.52 271 1618 .234 594 12.38 68 72 1.42 62 662 13.79 30 156 108.0 2.25 24 13 48 554 11.54 286 1593 .168 492 10.25 62 70 1.29 68 581 12.10 27 167 110.5 2.30 21 9

2011 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Aug. 26 !vs. No. 5 Nebraska L, 2-3 Aug. 27 !vs. South Florida W, 3-0 Aug. 28 Nicholls State W, 3-0 Sept. 2 @Grambling State W, 3-0 Sept. 2 @Arkansas-Little Rock W, 3-0 Sept. 3 @LSU L, 1-3 Sept. 9 #vs. Louisiana W, 3-0 Sept. 9 #vs. Houston Baptist W, 3-0 Sept. 10 #vs. Northwestern St. W, 3-1 Sept. 10 #at Texas State W, 3-1 Sept. 13 UTEP (Aggie Vision) W, 3-0 Sept. 16 $vs. Colgate W, 3-1 Sept. 17 $vs. Duquesne L, 0-3 Sept. 17 $at Northwestern L, 0-3 Sept. 24 *Louisiana Tech W, 3-0 Sept. 29 *Idaho W, 3-1 Oct. 1 *Utah State W, 3-0 Oct. 4 New Mexico W, 3-1 Oct. 6 *at Nevada W, 3-0 Oct. 8 *at Fresno State W, 3-0

Date Opponent Result Oct. 12 *No. 8 Hawai‘i L, 2-3 Oct. 15 *San Jose State W, 3-0 Oct. 22 *at Louisiana Tech W, 3-0 Oct. 27 *at Utah State L, 2-3 Oct. 29 *at Idaho L, 1-3 Nov. 3 *Fresno State W, 3-0 Nov. 5 *Nevada W, 3-0 Nov. 10 *at San Jose State W, 3-0 Nov. 12 *at No. 6 Hawai‘i L, 0-3 Nov. 21 %vs. No. 6 San Jose St. W, 3-0 Nov. 22 %vs. No. 2 Idaho W, 3-0 Nov. 23 %vs. No. 1 Hawai‘i L, 0-3 Nov. 26 Colorado State L, 1-3 !Lobo Classic (Albuquerque, N.M.) @NM State Tourney (Las Cruces, N.M.) #CenturyLink Premier (San Marcos, Texas) $Northwestern Challenge (Evanston, Ill.) *WAC Match %WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

Conf. Year W L 1974 6 6 1975 10 3 1976 8 4 1977 8 4 1978 10 14 1979 8 2 1980 6 4 1981 6 4 1982 5 5 1983 6 4 1984 3 9 1985 5 7 1986 3 9 1987 6 6 1988 8 4 1989 4 8 1990 3 15 1991 5 13 1992 6 12

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Overall W L T 10 11 0 26 8 0 26 9 0 15 13 0 6 6 0 24 15 0 20 14 0 20 19 0 24 18 0 23 10 0 16 18 0 15 16 0 17 12 0 18 11 0 22 11 0 19 17 0 5 30 0 10 20 0 14 15 0

Conf. Year W L 1993 5 13 1994 9 9 1995 7 11 1996 2 14 1997 6 10 1998 4 12 1999 6 10 2000 8 8 2001 13 2 2002 13 2 2003 15 0 2004 15 0 2005 11 5 2006 14 2 2007 14 2 2008 15 1 2009 13 3 2010 12 4 2011 10 4

Overall W L T 8 21 0 12 16 0 14 16 0 6 27 0 10 19 0 7 22 0 15 15 0 15 17 0 19 11 0 26 7 0 30 5 0 30 3 0 20 7 0 33 4 0 26 6 0 26 9 0 20 9 0 18 13 0 23 10 0


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SAN JOSE STATE SPARTANS

SPARTAN BITS

QUICK FACTS

n San

Location:.............................................San Jose, Calif. Joined WAC:........................................... July 1, 1996 Enrollment:...................................................... 26,796 Founded:...............................................................1857 Nickname:.....................................................Spartans Colors:.....................................Gold, White and Blue President:............................Mohammad Qayoumi Athletics Director:.......................Gene Bleymaier Athletic Department:..................(408) 924-1200 Ticket Office:....................................(408) 924-7589 Web Site:........................... www.sjsuspartans.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach .........................................Oscar Crespo Volleyball Office ............................ (408) 924-1242 Arena ....................................... Spartan Gym (1,000) All-Time Arena Record .................162-100 (.618) 2011 Record ...........................................12-17 (.414) 2011 WAC Record ............................6-8 (.429), 6th Starters Returning/Lost ....................................4/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................7/4 All-Time Record ...........................643-512-8 (.556) All-Time WAC Record ....................110-126 (.466) WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................0 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................0 Last WAC Title ....................................................... N/A NCAA Appearances ......12 (1982-90; 98, 00-01) NCAA Record ...........................................8-13 (.381) 2011 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 29-105 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 12.30 Blocks Per Set .......................................................1.90 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 14.34

SPARTAN GYM

Mohammad Qayoumi President

Jose State returns three starters and the libero for the 2012 season. The Spartans have a total of seven letterwinners returning this year.

n Head coach Oscar Crespo begins his sixth season at the helm of the program. n Senior

middle blocker Alex Akana returns for her senior season after being named a second team All-WAC honoree in 2011. She hit .309 on the season and led the Spartans in blocks with 86 or 0.88 per set.

n Krista

Miller returns to the right side for her senior year. She led the team with 243 digs (2.66 per set) and averaged 1.82 kills and 0.49 blocks per set last season as a junior.

n Outside hitter Hanah Blume returns for her junior year after starting the past two seasons. She

led the team in kills as a freshman with 295 (2.89 per set). She was also selected to the WAC All-Freshman Team. n Kiely Pieper returns as the team’s libero after winning the position her freshman year. She aver-

aged 2.12 digs per set. n The Spartans open camp with two new setters on the team.

Freshman Michaela Leonard from Placer (Calif.) High School and Brittney Diffine, a transfer from Shorter University, will vie for playing time. Leonard was a four-time Scholar Athlete.

2012 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 24 !vs. Oral Roberts Aug. 24 !at Buffalo Aug. 25 !vs. Canisius Aug. 31 @vs. Northwestern State Aug. 31 @at Texas Tech Sept. 1 @vs. UT-Pan American Sept. 7 #vs. UC Irvine Sept. 7 #at Boise State Sept. 8 #vs. Southern Utah Sept. 13 *at Texas State Sept. 15 *at UTSA Sept. 20 *Idaho Sept. 22 *Seattle U Sept. 25 Pacific Sept. 27 *at UT Arlington Sept. 29 *at Louisiana Tech Oct. 4 *Denver Oct. 6 *New Mexico State Oct. 13 *at Utah State

Time 11 a.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 6 p.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 7:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 15 *Texas State Oct. 18 *at Seattle U Oct. 20 *at Idaho Oct. 25 *Louisiana Tech Oct. 27 *UT Arlington Nov. 1 *at New Mexico State Nov. 3 *at Denver Nov. 10 *Utah State Nov. 13 CSU Bakersfield Nov. 15 *UTSA Nov. 19-21 WAC Tournament (San Antonio, Texas) ! - UB Invitational (Buffalo, N.Y.) @ - Texas Tech Invitational (Lubbock, Texas) # - Boise State Tournament (Boise, Idaho) *WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

SPARTAN ADMINISTRATION

Bill Campsey Faculty Representative

Gene Bleymaier Athletics Director 36 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Liz Jarnigan SWA

Amy Villa Volleyball SID

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. TBD


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SAN JOSE STATE COACHING STAFF

OSCAR CRESPO Alma Mater: San Jose State, ‘90 Overall Record: 48-99 (.327), 5 years School Record: Same WAC Record: 24-54 (.308), 5 years

HEAD COACH FILE n Oscar Crespo is in his sixth season at the helm of the program. n The Spartans have advanced to the semifinals of the WAC Tournament

twice during his tenure, upsetting their quarterfinal opponent in the process.

n In May 2007, Crespo served as an assistant coach for the USA Volleyball

Federation/Bring It Promotions Senior Select Team that traveled to Argentina to play the Argentinean National team as well as a few of the top club teams.

n He came to San Jose State after spending seven years as a member

of the Nevada coaching staff – assistant coach from 2000-01 then promoted to associate head coach prior to the 2002 season.

n Crespo was also an assistant at California (1995-98), Saint Mary’s (1993-

94) and DeAnza College.

n He is married to Lisa Ice-Crespo, a three-time All-American volleyball

player at San Jose State.

n Crespo

history.

graduated from San Jose State in 1990 with a degree in art

COACHING RECORDS Year School 2007 San Jose State 2008 San Jose State 2009 San Jose State 2010 San Jose State 2011 San Jose State

All 14-15 13-18 1-27 8-22 12-17

Pct. Conference/Finish .483 7-9/6th WAC .419 7-9/T-5th WAC .036 1-15/9th WAC .267 3-13/8th WAC .414 6-8/6th WAC

Overall Record 48-99 (.327)/5 years SJSU Record Same WAC Record 24-54 (.308)/5 years

ASSISTANT COACHES

Jeanine Haldi San Jose State (2002) 7th Year Nik Rao UC Davis (2009) 4th Year

Annie Feller UC Riverside (1987) 5th Year

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SAN JOSE STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Hanah Blume

ALEX AKANA

Krista MILLER

MB, 6-0, Sr.

LS, 6-0, Jr.

RS, 6-0, Sr.

Named second team All-WAC as a junior last season after averaging 2.04 kills and 0.88 blocks per set ... named WAC Player of the Week after posting a career-best 17 kills in a win over Texas Tech ... tallied a career-high nine blocks against Arizona State and Loyola Marymount ... had a career-best six digs at Louisiana Tech ... as a sophomore in 2010, hit .251 on the season and averaged 2.11 kills and 0.57 blocks per set ... named to the WAC AllFreshman Team in 2009, when she had seven matches with 10 or more kills ... Academic All-WAC honoree and San Jose State Scholar Athlete.

Played in 25 matches last season, starting 11 ... averaged 1.07 kills and 2.00 digs per set ... posted a career-best 20 digs against Idaho ... named to the WAC All-Freshman Team in 2010 after leading the Spartans in kills with 295 (2.89 per set) ... had a career-best 20 kills against Portland State on Sept. 10 ... had 10 or more kills in 16 matches ... posted her first collegiate double-double with 14 kills and 13 digs vs. UC Riverside on Sept. 3 ... had five doubledoubles on the season ... tallied 15 digs against Drake on Aug. 28 ... named to the all-tournament teams at the SJSU/SMC Tournament, the SJSU Tournament and the UNLV Classic ... Academic All-WAC honoree.

Started 22 of her 29 matches played last season ... averaged 1.82 kills, 2.66 digs and 0.49 blocks per set ... posted her first career double-double with 10 kills and 17 digs vs. UC Santa Barbara ... also had a double-double against Idaho with career highs of 13 kills and 20 digs ... had a career-best four service aces against UC Riverside ... named to the Fiesta Bowl All-Tournament Team ... as a sophomore in 2010, averaged 1.56 kills and 0.39 blocks ... ... had a career-high seven blocks against Idaho as a freshman ... Academic All-WAC honoree.

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2009 101 201 37 10 46 103 217 55 7 59 2010 2011 98 200 39 27 86 Totals 302 618 131 44 191

No. 1 2 3 4 6 7 9 11 12 14 15

Top Newcomers Brittney Diffine Sydney LaFollette Michaela Leonard Key Losses Caitlin Andrade Kylie Miraldi Taylor Japhet

DIG AST TB 220 33 18 144 16 10 364 49 28

2012 SAN JOSE STATE NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name Hanah Blume Michaela Leonard Sarah Griest Mary Alice O’Reilly Kiely Pieper Brittney Diffine Samantha O’Connell Alex Akana Sydney LaFollette Katie Turner Krista Miller

Top Returnees Alex Akana Hanah Blume Krista Miller

Career Statistics Year SP K 2010 102 295 72 77 2011 Totals 174 372

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

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

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

Pos. S MB/OH S

Ht. 5-7 6-0 5-9

Yr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown (Previous School) Columbia, Calif. (Sonora) Auburn, Calif. (Placer) Foster City, Calif. (San Mateo) San Bruno, Calif. (Mercy) Los Gatos, Calif. (Los Gatos) Riverside, Calif. (Shorter University) Reno, Nev. (Reno) Kailua, Hawaii (Kamehameha) San Dimas, Calif. (South Hills ) Tracy, Calif. (Tracy) San Ramon, Calif. (California)

SAN JOSE STATE Profile Pos. Ht. Yr. K D MB 6-0 Sr. 200 39 LS 6-0 Jr. 77 144 RS 6-0 Sr. 167 245

A 27 16 21

TB SA 86 6 10 11 45 18

Hometown (Previous School) Riverside, Calif. (Shorter University) San Dimas, Calif. (South Hills ) Auburn, Calif. (Placer)

Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A S 5-9 Jr. 70 225 976 MB 6-1 Sr. 203 57 19 LS 5-11 Jr. 156 90 7

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2009 81 95 52 5 27 2010 55 89 18 4 23 2011 92 167 245 21 45 Totals 228 351 315 30 90

TB SA 36 17 77 2 18 4

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MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director Volleyball Contact Address Office Number Villa’s Cell Number Villa’s E-Mail Fax Number Press Row

Lawrence Fan Amy Villa One Washington Square San Jose, CA 95192 (408) 924-1216 (408) 421-8604 amy.villa@sjsu.edu (408) 924-1291 (408) 924-3348

Media Outlets

Associated Press Office: (415) 621-7432

Fax: (415) 552-9430

San Jose Mercury News Office: (408) 920-5354

Fax: (408) 920-5244

San Francisco Chronicle Office: (415) 777-7201

Fax: (415) 543-3754

Spartan Daily (campus) Office: (408) 924-3280

Fax: (408) 924-3237

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SAN JOSE STATE 2011 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 12-17 Home: 5-6

Away: 4-6

Neutral: 3-5

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Leaf, Savanah 87 24-24 257 2.95 162 804 .118 25 0.29 17 35 0.20 30 230 2.64 4 31 35 0.40 6 3 Japhet, Taylor 65 21-15 156 2.40 81 477 .157 7 0.11 4 19 0.06 12 90 1.38 1 17 18 0.28 3 1 Miraldi, Kylie 99 29-29 203 2.05 52 504 .300 19 0.19 2 7 0.02 2 57 0.58 10 67 77 0.78 4 3 Akana, Alex 98 29-28 200 2.04 63 443 .309 27 0.28 6 13 0.06 1 39 0.40 9 77 86 0.88 2 6 O’Connell, Samantha 37 16-4 74 2.00 30 241 .183 1 0.03 5 8 0.14 5 47 1.27 2 19 21 0.57 1 0 Miller, Krista 92 29-22 167 1.82 73 437 .215 21 0.23 18 30 0.20 16 245 2.66 3 42 45 0.49 4 1 O’Reilly, Mary Alice 26 16-1 33 1.27 14 78 .244 0 0.00 2 1 0.08 0 3 0.12 2 12 14 0.54 1 1 Amian, Brianna 31 14-7 37 1.19 24 118 .110 6 0.19 1 3 0.03 2 33 1.06 0 15 15 0.48 0 0 Blume, Hanah 72 25-12 77 1.07 64 307 .042 16 0.22 11 14 0.15 18 144 2.00 2 8 10 0.14 1 1 Griest, Sarah 14 10-0 12 0.86 3 28 .321 2 0.14 3 0 0.21 0 4 0.29 1 5 6 0.43 1 0 Andrade, Caitlin 102 29-28 70 0.69 21 185 .265 976 9.57 17 30 0.17 0 225 2.21 2 34 36 0.35 12 14 Casino, Asia 36 20-1 3 0.08 1 11 .182 65 1.81 4 3 0.11 2 41 1.14 0 0 0 0.00 1 3 Turner, Katie 69 23-3 2 0.03 2 9 .000 26 0.38 8 20 0.12 15 194 2.81 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 Pieper, Kiely 66 21-0 1 0.02 0 4 .250 16 0.24 20 24 0.30 18 140 2.12 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Tirrell, Capri 12 6-0 0 0.00 1 1 -1.000 1 0.08 0 2 0.00 2 13 1.08 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 San Jose State 105 1292 12.30 591 3647 .192 1209 11.51 118 209 1.12 138 1506 14.34 36 327 199.5 1.90 36 36 Opponents 105 1331 12.68 556 3662 .212 1217 11.59 138 189 1.31 118 1525 14.52 36 344 208.0 1.98 45 27

WAC Matches: Record: 6-8

Home: 4-3

Away: 2-5

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Leaf, Savanah 39 11-11 117 3.00 61 355 .158 10 0.26 4 15 0.10 15 96 2.46 1 8 9 0.23 2 1 Miraldi, Kylie 47 14-14 103 2.19 22 239 .339 10 0.21 0 1 0.00 1 22 0.47 4 23 27 0.57 1 0 Akana, Alex 47 14-14 102 2.17 32 225 .311 19 0.40 4 11 0.09 1 28 0.60 5 27 32 0.68 1 4 O’Connell, Samantha 23 9-2 45 1.96 17 142 .197 0 0.00 3 6 0.13 1 22 0.96 0 13 13 0.57 1 0 Miller, Krista 43 14-9 80 1.86 22 196 .296 9 0.21 5 12 0.12 7 119 2.77 3 14 17 0.40 2 1 Japhet, Taylor 17 7-3 31 1.82 29 118 .017 2 0.12 1 5 0.06 3 10 0.59 0 1 1 0.06 1 1 Blume, Hanah 41 13-10 56 1.37 39 221 .077 10 0.24 8 12 0.20 11 97 2.37 1 4 5 0.12 1 1 O’Reilly, Mary Alice 11 8-0 13 1.18 7 32 .188 0 0.00 2 1 0.18 0 1 0.09 2 5 7 0.64 1 0 Amian, Brianna 18 8-5 16 0.89 17 62 -.016 2 0.11 1 2 0.06 1 13 0.72 0 5 5 0.28 0 0 Griest, Sarah 5 5-0 4 0.80 0 8 .500 1 0.20 1 0 0.20 0 1 0.20 0 1 1 0.20 0 0 Andrade, Caitlin 48 14-13 36 0.75 9 86 .314 452 9.42 10 11 0.21 0 97 2.02 2 12 14 0.29 3 8 Casino, Asia 18 9-1 1 0.06 0 4 .250 24 1.33 2 1 0.11 1 13 0.72 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Pieper, Kiely 44 13-0 1 0.02 0 4 .250 13 0.30 17 17 0.39 11 112 2.55 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Tirrell, Capri 4 2-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 1 0.25 0 1 0.00 1 4 1.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Turner, Katie 21 8-2 0 0.00 1 2 -.500 4 0.19 1 2 0.05 4 49 2.33 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 San Jose State 49 605 12.35 256 1694 .206 557 11.37 59 97 1.20 66 684 13.96 18 113 74.5 1.52 13 19 Opponents 49 622 12.69 243 1669 .227 560 11.43 66 74 1.35 59 724 14.78 17 164 99.0 2.02 22 9

2011 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Aug. 26 !vs. UW-Milwaukee L, 1-3 Aug. 27 !vs. Denver L, 1-3 Aug. 27 !at Arizona State W, 3-1 Sept. 2 @at Northern Arizona L, 0-3 Sept. 3 @vs. New Mexico L, 1-3 Sept. 3 @vs. Hampton W, 3-0 Sept. 9 #North Dakota L, 0-3 Sept. 10 #UC Santa Barbara L, 1-3 Sept. 15 $at Pacific W, 3-1 Sept. 16 $vs. CS Bakersfield W, 3-0 Sept. 17 $vs. Loyola Marymount L, 1-3 Sept. 17 $vs. UC Riverside W, 3-1 Sept. 22 *at Utah State L, 0-3 Sept. 24 *at Idaho L, 0-3 Sept. 29 *Fresno State L, 2-3 Oct. 1 *Nevada W, 3-0 Oct. 4 Sacramento State L, 1-3 Oct. 8 *at No. 9 Hawai‘i L, 0-3

Date Opponent Result Oct. 13 *at Louisiana Tech W, 3-0 Oct. 15 *at New Mexico State L, 0-3 Oct. 19 *Utah State W, 3-1 Oct. 21 *Idaho W, 3-2 Oct. 25 *No. 7 Hawai‘i L, 0-3 Oct. 27 *at Nevada W, 3-0 Oct. 29 *at Fresno State L, 1-3 Nov. 10 *New Mexico State L, 0-3 Nov. 12 *Louisiana Tech W, 3-1 Nov. 15 Texas Tech W, 3-2 Nov. 21 %vs. No. 3 NM State L, 0-3 !ASU Sheraton Classic (Tempe, Ariz.) @Fiesta Bowl Tourney (Flagstaff, Ariz.) #SJSU/Santa Clara Invite (San Jose, Calif.) $Hilton Stockton Invite (Stockton, Calif.) *WAC Match %WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

Conf. Year W L 1974 - - 1975 - - 1976 - - 1977 10 2 1978 11 1 1979 7 5 1980 3 9 1981 5 7 1982 11 3 1983 6 3 1984 11 1 1985 12 0 1986 13 5 1987 12 6 1988 8 10 1989 7 11 1990 12 6 1991 7 11 1992 9 9

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Overall W L T 10 4 0 17 5 0 12 10 1 17 10 1 34 14 1 15 13 5 8 28 0 14 16 0 21 10 0 19 11 0 26 11 0 27 7 0 28 7 0 21 10 0 21 14 0 14 13 0 21 8 0 12 14 0 14 17 0

Conf. Year W L 1993 9 9 1994 10 8 1995 6 12 1996 5 11 1997 7 7 1998 7 7 1999 11 3 2000 13 3 2001 9 4 2002 7 6 2003 6 7 2004 5 8 2005 7 9 2006 9 7 2007 7 9 2008 7 9 2009 1 15 2010 3 13 2011 6 8

Overall W L T 16 13 0 23 12 0 14 17 0 10 20 0 17 14 0 21 12 0 25 6 0 22 10 0 25 8 0 15 17 0 10 20 0 15 13 0 12 17 0 19 12 0 14 15 0 13 18 0 1 27 0 8 22 0 12 17 0


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SEATTLE U REDHAWKS

REDHAWK BITS

QUICK FACTS

n Seattle University returns 10 letterwinners from the 2011 squad for its first season in the WAC.

Location:..............................................Seattle, Wash. Joined WAC:........................................... July 1, 2012 Enrollment:.........................................................7,900 Founded:...............................................................1891 Nickname:.................................................. Redhawks Colors:................................................. Red and White President:............................Fr. Stephen Sundborg Athletics Director:......................... William Hogan Athletic Department:..................(206) 296-6400 Ticket Office:....................................(206) 398-4678 Web Site:...............................www.goseattleu.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach ........................................ Shannon Ellis Volleyball Office ............................ (206) 296-6426 Arena ................................. Connolly Center (1,000) All-Time Arena Record ......................68-80 (.459) 2011 Record .............................................5-22 (.185) Starters Returning/Lost ....................................4/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ................... 10/4 All-Time Record ...............................155-204 (.432) All-Time WAC Record ..............................0-0 (.000) WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................0 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................0 Last WAC Title ....................................................... N/A NCAA Appearances ...........1 (2003 - Division II) NCAA Record ..............................................0-1 (.000) 2011 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .....................................27-93 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 11.37 Blocks Per Set .......................................................1.97 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 11.99

CONNOLLY CENTER

Fr. Stephen Sundborg President

n Included among the returners are the players ranked second, third and fourth on the team in

kills in 2011 as well as two of the top three athletes in digs.

n Assistant

coach Teron Uy will be Seattle U’s coach of record to start the season as head coach Shannon Ellis is out on maternity leave.

n Seattle U will play its first eight matches away from home before starting a four-match home-

stand at the Connolly Center.

n The Sept. 13 match against New Mexico State will be the first conference match for Seattle U since

Nov. 10, 2007, when it was a member of NCAA Division II Great Northwest Athletic Conference.

n Of the 19 opponents Seattle U will face in 2012, eight are first-time meetings. n Seattle U will face three teams that appeared in the 2011 NCAA Tournament (Washington, Long

Beach State and Texas State).

n Seattle U is 3-2 against current WAC members, winning both meetings over Idaho, splitting two

matches against San Jose State and losing once to Utah State.

n Senior Kaytlyn Dill is sixth on the Redhawk all-time list for kills (780), kills per set (2.93) and at-

tack attempts (2,526), plus eighth in career service aces (73).

n Junior Allison Farley is second on the Seattle U list for career hitting percentage (.273) and eighth

in career blocks per set (0.77).

2012 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 24 !vs. Presbyterian !vs. Eastern Washington Aug. 24 Aug. 25 !vs. San Francisco Aug. 25 !at Wyoming Aug. 31 #vs. Weber State Aug. 31 #at Washington State Sept. 1 #vs. Alabama State Sept. 6 at Washington Sept. 8 Long Beach State Sept. 11 Boise State Sept. 13 *New Mexico State Sept. 15 *Denver Sept. 20 *at Utah State Sept. 22 *at San Jose State Sept. 27 *UTSA Sept. 29 *Texas State Oct. 5 *Idaho Oct. 11 *at Louisiana Tech

Time 9 a.m. 5 p.m. 11 a.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 13 *at UT Arlington Oct. 18 *San Jose State Oct. 20 *Utah State Oct. 25 *at Texas State Oct. 27 *at UTSA Oct. 29 *at New Mexico State Nov. 3 *at Idaho Nov. 8 *UT Arlington Nov. 10 *Louisiana Tech Nov. 15 *at Denver Nov. 19-21 WAC Tournament (San Antonio, Texas)

! - Wyoming Invite (Laramie, Wyo.) - Cougar Challenge (Pullman, Wash.) *WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

REDHAWK ADMINISTRATION

Sarah Bee Faculty Representative

William Hogan Athletics Director 40 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Time 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. TBD

Roxanne Levenson SWA

Jason Behenna Volleyball SID


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SEATTLE U COACHING STAFF

SHANNON ELLIS Alma Mater: Brigham Young, ‘02 Overall Record: 95-112 (.459), 8 years School Record: Same

HEAD COACH FILE n Shannon

Ellis enters her ninth season as head coach of the Seattle University volleyball team.

n Ellis is five wins shy of 100 as a head coach. n In 2011, Ellis led the Redhawks to victories over in-state rivals Eastern

Washington and Gonzaga.

n Ellis paced Seattle U to an 18-13 record in 2010, the first Division I win-

ning season for the program, including a nine-match winning streak.

n Ellis

recruited Jamie Mellies (2007-10), the all-time leading setter in program history and the Seattle U Female Student-Athlete of the Year in 2010-11.

n Playing a full Division I schedule for the first time in 2008, Ellis coached

the Redhawks to victories over Idaho and Penn, as well as two wins over North Dakota.

n Ellis

started her head coaching career with three straight winning seasons – 14-12 in 2004, 17-12 in 2005 and 18-9 in 2006.

n Before coming to Seattle U, Ellis was an assistant coach at Bucknell for

two seasons.

n Ellis played in the WAC for TCU in 1997 and 1998. n Her husband, Brian, is a graduate of the Seattle University School of

Law.

n Ellis and her husband have two sons, Zachary and Tyler.

COACHING RECORDS Year School All 14-12 2004 Seattle U 2005 Seattle U 17-12 18-9 2006 Seattle U 2007 Seattle U 10-16 2008 Seattle U* 9-19 2009 Seattle U** 4-9 2010 Seattle U 18-13 2011 Seattle U 5-22

Pct. .538 .586 .667 .385 .321 .308 .581 .185

Conference/Finish 12-6/3rd GNAC 14-4/3rd GNAC 9-7/T-4th GNAC 7-11/7th GNAC N/A N/A N/A N/A

Overall Record 95-112 (.459)/8 years Seattle U Record Same * - missed five matches on maternity leave ** - missed 14 matches on maternity leave

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ASSISTANT COACHES Teron Uy (Santa Clara, 1991) 5th Year Ryan Newell (Chico State, ‘08) 1st Year


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SEATTLE U TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

KAYTLYN DILL

KELLY BIETTE

Karina Miastkowska

MB, 6-0, Sr.

OH, 6-0, RS-Sr.

OH, 5-11, RS-Sr.

Appeared in 13 matches during the 2011 season ... tallied a season-high four blocks at Northern Colorado on Oct. 29 ... collected three blocks, three digs and two kills against CS Bakersfield on Sept. 4 ... in 2010, saw action in 12 matches ... posted a career-high five blocks in five-set match against Utah State on Sept. 3 ... appeared in all 28 Redhawk matches in 2009 ... led the team with 81 total blocks ... finished with eight kills on 10 attempts and seven blocks in a sweep of Army on Sept. 13 ... serves as President of the Seattle U Student-Athlete Advisory Council and member of WAC SAAC.

Enters the season ranked sixth on the Seattle U career lists for kills (780), kills per set (2.93) and attack attempts (2,526) ... has been second on the team in kills in each of her three seasons ... also ranks eighth all-time at Seattle U with 73 career aces ... posted 20 kills on 47 attempts, both season highs, in four-set victory against CS Bakersfield on Nov. 4 ... collected a career-high 20 digs at CS Bakersfield during the 2009 season ... named to the all-tournament teams at the 2008 Seattle U Dig for the Cure Classic and the National Transitions Challenge hosted by Bryant University.

Returned from a knee injury to appear in 20 matches during the 2011 season ... tied for third on the team with 30 total blocks ... notched 10 digs, eight kills and six blocks in five-set win over Gonzaga on Sept. 14 ... in the 2010 season opener against Portland State, had 10 kills, four service aces, three blocks and two digs before knee injury abruptly ended campaign ... appeared in 17 matches during the 2009 season ... collected a seasonhigh seven kills at UNLV on Oct. 10, 2009 ... transferred to Seattle U from UC Colorado Springs, where she led the team with 85 total blocks during the 2008 season.

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2009 92 81 35 1 81 35 23 5 2 28 2010 2011 27 7 6 1 15 Totals 154 111 46 4 124

Career Statistics Year SP K 2008 110 314 2009 80 256 76 210 2011 Totals 266 780

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2009 31 31 6 1 7 2010 3 10 2 0 3 54 73 36 3 30 2011 Totals 88 114 44 4 40

No. 1 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 13 14 17 18 19 20 21 22

DIG AST TB 179 8 37 171 5 27 104 4 27 454 17 91

2012 SEATTLE U NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name Emily Moss Kelly Biette Jacquie Brice Sarah Jaeckel Karli Pedone Karina Miastkowska Rachel Seals Abby Blanchard Alec Goodrie McKenzie Daniels Allison Farley Andi Lowrance Lani Beadle Allie Hoskins Kaytlyn Dill Grace Boyer-Quick

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

Ht. 5-11 6-0 5-8 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-0 5-8 6-1 6-1 5-6 5-5 6-0 5-10

Yr. Fr. Sr. RS-So. Jr. Jr. RS-Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. RS-So. RS-Sr. Fr.

Hometown (Previous School) Sherman Oaks, Calif. (Notre Dame) Brighton, Colo. (Holy Family) Fullerton, Calif. (Troy) Littleton, Colo. (Heritage) Granite Bay, Calif. (Granite Bay) Northbrook, Ill. (UC Colorado Springs) Chino Hills, Calif. (Bishop Amat) Kennewick, Wash. (Kamiakin) Springfield, Ore. (Thurston) Edmonds, Wash. (Kings) Happy Valley, Ore. (Central Catholic) Phoenix, Ariz. (Sunnyslope) Seattle, Wash. (Seattle Prep) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Pine Creek) Bothell, Wash. (Lynnwood) Vancouver, Wash. (Columbia River)

Top Returnees Kaytlyn Dill Allison Farley Sarah Jaeckel

Pos. OH MB OH

SEATTLE U. Profile Ht. Yr. K D 6-0 RS-Sr. 210 104 6-1 Jr. 108 36 5-11 Jr. 137 70

Top Newcomers Grace Boyer-Quick Andi Lowrance Emily Moss Key Losses Megan Augustavo Jordan Keller Cristin Richards

Pos. S MB OH

Ht. 5-10 6-1 5-11

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

A 4 4 9

TB SA 27 17 71 11 22 11

Hometown (Previous School) Vancouver, Wash. (Columbia River) Phoenix, Ariz. (Sunnyslope) Sherman Oaks, Calif. (Notre Dame)

Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA S 5-5 Sr. 13 189 729 15 15 MH 6-2 Sr. 107 33 4 80 28 OH 6-1 Sr. 251 126 12 30 11 42 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director/Volleyball Contact Jason Behenna Address 901 12th Ave. PO Box 222000 Seattle, WA 98122 Office Number (206) 296-5915 Behenna’s Cell Number (206) 965-0450 Behenna’s E-Mail behennaj@seattleu.edu Fax Number (206) 296-2154 Press Row (206) 296-2080

Media Outlets

The Seattle Times Office: (206) 464-2900

Fax: (206) 464-2261

710 ESPN Seattle Office: (206) 726-7000 KJR 950 AM/102.9 FM Office: (206) 494-2000 The Spectator (campus) J. Adrian Munger Office: (206) 296-6474 Fax: (206) 296-6477 SEATTLE U CAMPUS


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SEATTLE U 2011 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 5-22

Home: 3-5

Away: 1-14

Neutral: 1-3

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Cristin Richards 64 19-17 251 3.92 91 672 .238 12 0.19 11 28 0.17 24 126 1.97 1 29 30 0.47 2 0 Kaytlyn Dill 76 25-19 210 2.76 135 645 .116 4 0.05 17 44 0.22 28 104 1.37 2 25 27 0.36 4 0 Sarah Jaeckel 59 23-13 137 2.32 96 417 .098 9 0.15 11 19 0.19 27 70 1.19 0 22 22 0.37 2 0 Allison Farley 84 26-23 108 1.29 38 247 .283 4 0.05 11 10 0.13 0 36 0.43 2 69 71 0.85 7 0 Jordan Keller 83 25-25 107 1.29 58 285 .172 4 0.05 28 26 0.34 1 33 0.40 13 67 80 0.96 6 1 Alec Goodrie 60 21-15 87 1.45 46 251 .163 1 0.02 6 10 0.10 5 27 0.45 1 37 38 0.63 5 0 Karina Miastkowska 54 20-10 73 1.35 53 247 .081 3 0.06 4 4 0.07 3 36 0.67 0 30 30 0.56 3 1 Julia Bonadio 35 16-2 38 1.09 21 142 .120 5 0.14 1 5 0.03 13 51 1.46 1 3 4 0.11 0 0 Karli Pedone 14 9-1 17 1.21 11 56 .107 1 0.07 0 3 0.00 4 8 0.57 0 2 2 0.14 0 0 Megan Augustavo 91 27-24 13 0.14 9 47 .085 729 8.01 15 23 0.16 0 189 2.08 0 15 15 0.16 10 6 Kelly Biette 27 13-6 7 0.26 6 37 .027 1 0.04 3 4 0.11 0 6 0.22 2 13 15 0.56 2 0 Jacquie Brice 31 10-4 5 0.16 1 11 .364 157 5.06 0 5 0.00 0 48 1.55 0 3 3 0.10 3 0 Allie Hoskins 85 27-1 4 0.05 0 6 .667 40 0.47 5 12 0.06 38 221 2.60 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 Lani Beadle 76 24-2 0 0.00 2 6 -.333 19 0.25 5 13 0.07 14 160 2.11 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 Team 8 Seattle U 93 1057 11.37 567 3069 .160 989 10.63 117 206 1.26 165 1115 11.99 22 315 179.5 1.93 44 12 Opponents

93

1247 13.41 458 3012 .262 1174 12.62 166 196 1.78 117 1241 13.34 48 345 220.5 2.37 43 16

2011 RESULTS

Date Opponent

Result

Date Opponent

ALL-TIME RESULTS

Result

Conf.

Overall

Conf.

Overall

Aug. 26 #Eastern Washington W, 3-0

Oct. 6

at Colorado State

L, 0-3

Year W L

W L T

Year W L

W L T

Aug. 26 #Santa Clara

L, 0-3

Oct. 16 at Montana State

L, 0-3

1981 - -

1 2 0

2009 - -

7 20 0

Aug. 27 #Washington State

L, 2-3

Oct. 20 at Nevada

L, 0-3

1982 - -

0 17 0

2010 - -

18 13 0

Aug. 31 at Portland State

L, 2-3

Oct. 21 at Sacramento State

L, 1-3

1983 - -

1 23 0

2011 - -

5 22 0

Sept. 2 at Oregon

L, 0-3

Oct. 27 at UC Irvine

L, 0-3

1984 0 13

0 27 0

Sept. 4 @vs. Loyola Marymount L, 0-3

Oct. 29 at Northern Colorado L, 0-3

1985 Unavailable

Sept. 4 @vs. CS Bakersfield

L, 0-3

Nov. 4

CS Bakersfield

W, 3-1

1999 0 17

Sept. 5 @at Oregon State

L, 0-3

Nov. 5

CS Bakersfield

L, 1-3

2000 0 18

4 23 0

Sept. 6 at Portland

L, 0-3

Nov. 10 Portland State

L, 0-3

2001 4 14

10 19 0

Sept. 8 at Washington

L, 0-3

Nov. 25 at Pacific

L, 0-3

2002 12 6

22 7 0

Sept. 10 FRESNO STATE

L, 0-3

Nov. 26 at Saint Mary’s

L, 0-3

2003 13 5

17 9 0

Sept. 14 GONZAGA

W, 3-2

2004 12 6

14 12 0

Sept. 16 vs. Air Force%

W, 3-0

# = Seattle U Fall Volley (Seattle, Wash.)

2005 14 4

17 12 0

Sept. 17 vs. Hofstra%

L, 1-3

@ = Active Ankle Challenge (Corvallis, Ore.)

2006 9 7

18 9 0

Sept. 17 at UC Davis%

L, 1-3

% = Aggie Invitational (Davis, Calif.)

2007 7 11

10 16 0

Oct. 4

W, 3-1

2008 - -

10 23 0

at Boise State

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UT ARLINGTON MAVERICKS

MAVERICK BITS

QUICK FACTS

n Since joining the NCAA, UTA women’s volleyball has made eight NCAA Tournament appearances.

Location:..........................................Arlington, Texas Joined WAC:........................................... July 1, 2012 Enrollment:...................................................... 33,500 Founded:...............................................................1895 Nickname:...................................................Mavericks Colors:................... Royal Blue, Orange and White President:..................................Dr. James Spaniolo Athletics Director:................................... Jim Baker Athletic Department:..................(817) 272-2261 Ticket Office:....................................(817) 272-9595 Web Site:................................... www.utamavs.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach .................................... Diane Seymour Volleyball Office ............................ (817) 272-2242 Arena .......................... College Park Center (7,000) All-Time Arena Record ...........................0-0 (.000) 2011 Record ...........................................12-19 (.387) 2011 Southland Record ...............8-8 (.500), 6th Starters Returning/Lost ....................................1/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................6/7 All-Time Record ...........................962-535-9 (.642) NCAA Appearances .......... 8 (1985-90, 2001-02) NCAA Record ...........................................10-9 (.526) 2011 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 31-111 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 12.10 Blocks Per Set .......................................................1.80 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 15.53

COLLEGE PARK CENTER

n In 1989, UTA finished with a 31-4 record, making the NCAA Tournament and reaching the Final

Four that season. n UTA holds the Southland Conference record for conference championships won with 10. n Out of 27 conference tournament appearances, UTA led the Southland Conference with a 45-19

(.703) overall record. n UTA had a Southland Conference-best 83 all-conference selections (43 first team selections, 36

second team selections, and four third team selections). n In the past 10 seasons, UTA Women’s volleyball has finished above .500 six times. n Since being created in 1973, UTA volleyball has a record of 962-535-9 (.642). n UTA Volleyball has an all-time record of 15-25 against opponents in the WAC. n The Mavericks’ Alicia Shaffer was named Southland Conference Libero of the Year in 2011. n UTA has been the home of the Conference Coach of the Year 11 times.

2012 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Aug. 24 !Savannah State 7 p.m. Aug. 25 !UT-Pan American 1:30 p.m. Aug. 25 !Stephen F. Austin 7 p.m. Aug. 28 North Texas 6 p.m. Aug. 31 @at UIC 7 p.m. Sept. 1 @vs. Eastern Michigan 10 a.m. @vs. IPFW 5 p.m. Sept. 1 Sept. 3 Texas A&M - Corpus Christi 1 p.m. Sept. 7 #Marist 7 p.m. Sept. 8 #Northwestern State 1:30 p.m. Sept. 8 #Southern Mississippi 7 p.m. Sept. 15 *at Louisiana Tech 2 p.m. Sept. 20 *at Denver 7 p.m. Sept. 22 *at New Mexico State 12 p.m. Sept. 27 *San Jose State 7 p.m. Sept. 29 *Utah State 2 p.m. Oct. 4 *at Texas State 6:30 p.m. Oct. 6 *at UTSA 7 p.m. Oct. 11 *Idaho 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 13 *Seattle U Oct. 18 *New Mexico State Oct. 20 *Denver Oct. 25 *at Utah State Oct. 27 *at San Jose State Nov. 1 *UTSA Nov. 3 *Texas State Nov. 8 *at Seattle U Nov. 10 *at Idaho Nov. 15 *Louisiana Tech Nov. 19-21 WAC Tournament (San Antonio, Texas)

Time 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. TBD

! - UTA Hilton Invitational (Arlington, Texas) @ - UIC Invite (Chicago, Ill.) # - UTA Maverick Classic (Arlington, Texas) *WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

MAVERICK ADMINISTRATION

Dr. James Spaniolo President

Dr. Barry McKeown Faculty Representative

Jim Baker Athletics Director 44 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Debbie Garcia Associate AD/SWA

Melissa Cebold Sports Information Director


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UT ARLINGTON COACHING STAFF

DIANE SEYMOUR Alma Mater: UT Arlington, ‘89 Overall Record: 122-123 (.498), 8 years School Record: Same WAC Record: 0-0 (.000), first year

HEAD COACH FILE n

Diane Seymour enters her ninth season as head coach at UT Arlington.

n She was named the sixth head coach in UT Arlington history on Nov.

22, 2004.

n Seymour has spent 20 seasons with the UTA program as a player and

coach - eight as head coach, eight as an assistant coach and four as a student-athlete.

n Averaging 15.3 wins per season as head coach, Seymour directed UT

Arlington to four double-figure win totals in the Southland Conference.

n

She notched her 100th career victory in 2010 in a five-set win at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Sept. 25.

n Seymour has led the Mavericks to 15 consecutive semesters with at

least a 3.0 cumulative team grade point average.

n In her eight years as an assistant, the team captured two SLC regular-

season championships, two SLC Tournament titles and made two trips to the NCAA Tournament while never finishing lower than fourth in the conference.

n

Seymour’s teams have lost only once at home in four different seasons.

n

As a student-athlete, Seymour and the 1985 team went 28-4 to make the school’s first appearance in the NCAA Tournament.

n

Seymour captained the 1988 squad to a 30-4 record and a No. 7 ranking in the final AVCA poll.

COACHING RECORDS Year School UT Arlington 2004 2005 UT Arlington 2006 UT Arlington 2007 UT Arlington 2008 UT Arlington 2009 UT Arlington 2010 UT Arlington 2011 UT Arlington

All 24-7 6-21 25-10 19-11 7-23 12-17 17-15 12-19

Pct. Conference/Finish .774 15-5/3rd SLC .222 4-14/9th SLC .714 12-4/2nd SLC .633 12-4/2nd SLC .233 3-13/11th SLC .414 8-8/6th SLC .531 10-6/4th SLC .387 8-8/6th SLC

Overall Record 122-123 (.498)/8 years UT Arlington Record Same WAC Record 0-0 (.000)/first year

ASSISTANT COACHES Erin Clute TCU (2000) 13th Year Lindsey Scanlan Arkansas (2010) 3rd Year

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UT ARLINGTON TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Amy Davault

ASHLEY BENNETT

Amanda Welsh

MB, 6-1, So.

OH, 5-10, So.

S, 5-11, So.

Played in 19 matches, starting two, last season as a freshman ... notched 28 kills in 43 sets ... averaged 0.65 kills per set ... finished with 20 total blocks and only one blocking error ... ranked fourth on the team with 0.47 blocks per set.

Played in all 31 matches last season as a freshman, starting one ... had 23 kills in 104 sets ... ranked fifth on the team in digs (155) and digs per set (1.49) ... averaged 0.47 blocks per set.

One of just three players to start all 31 matches last season ... played in 111 sets ... led the team with 1,074 assists ... averaged a team-high 9.68 assists per set ... ranked third on the team in digs (212) and digs per set (1.91) ... recorded a career-high 63 assists against Nicholls State on Nov. 5 ... tallied five service aces against Stephen F. Austin on Oct. 29.

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2011 104 23 155 8 2 104 23 155 8 2 Totals

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2011 43 28 5 4 20 43 28 5 4 20 Totals

o. N 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 23

2012 UT ARLINGTON NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name Pos. Ashley Bennett MB Avery Anderson S Karli Nanny OH Taylor Gross MB/OH Shelby Dickson OH Amy Davault OH Chelsea Rekieta OH Stacy Koch OH Chelsea Spurlock OH Hannah Baptiste MB Amanda Welsh S Megan Casey DS Caitlyn Cooney L Valerie Stetzer DS Charmaine Whitmore MB

Ht. Yr. 6-1 So. 5-11 RS-So. 5-11 Fr. 5-11 So. 5-10 Jr. 5-10 So. 6-0 So. 5-10 Fr. 5-10 Fr. 5-11 Fr. 5-11 So. 5-7 Jr. 5-7 Fr. 5-5 So. 6-1 Jr.

Top Returnees Ashley Bennett Amy Davault Amanda Welsh

Pos. MB OH S

Top Newcomers Caitlyn Cooney Stacy Koch Karli Nanny Charmaine Whitmore

Pos. L OH OH MB

Ht. 5-7 5-10 5-11 6-1

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Hometown (Previous School) McKinney, Texas (McKinney) Frisco, Texas (Frisco) Magnolia, Texas (Magnolia West) Allen, Texas (Allen) College Station, Texas (Blinn JC) Houston, Texas (Jersey Village) Spring, Texas (Klein Collins) The Colony, Texas (The Colony) Cypress, Texas (Cypress Ranch) Austin, Texas (Westlake) Austin, Texas (Westlake) Newton, Ct. (California-Pa.) Houston, Texas (Jersey Village) Arlington, Texas (Pantego Christian Academy) Fort Smith, Ark. (Arkansas)

UT ARLINGTON Profile Ht. Yr. K D 6-1 So. 28 5 5-10 So. 23 155 5-11 So. 49 212

A 4 8 1074

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2011 111 49 212 1074 32 Totals 111 49 212 1074 32

TB SA 20 0 2 12 32 31

Hometown (Previous School) Houston, Texas (Jersey Village) The Colony, Texas (The Colony) Magnolia, Texas (Magnolia West) Fort Smith, Ark. (Arkansas)

Key Losses Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA Amanda Aguilera OH 5-10 Sr. 351 294 16 32 13 Tara Frantz OH 6-1 Sr. 383 75 5 58 8 Eld-hah Kasatuka OH/MB 5-9 Sr. 175 156 24 52 10 Alicia Shaffer L 5-10 Sr. 0 640 60 0 13 46 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director Gregg Elkin Volleyball Contact Melissa Cebold Address UTA Box 19950 601 S. Pecan St. Arlington, TX 76019-9524 Office Number (817) 272-7168 Cebold’s Cell Number (214) 240-8350 Cebold’s E-Mail mcebold@uta.edu Fax Number (817) 272-9524 Press Row (817) 272-3795

Media Outlets

Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Office: (817) 390-7760 Fax: (817) 390-7688 Dallas Morning News: Office: (214) 977-8222 ESPN Dallas: Office: (214) 258-2800 The Shorthorn: Office: (817) 272-3188 UT ARLINGTON CAMPUS

Randy McVay Fax: (817) 272-5009


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UT ARLINGTON 2011 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 12-19 Home: 8-3

Away: 2-10

Neutral: 2-6

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S Tara Frantz 111 31-31 383 3.45 153 1060 .217 5 0.05 8 8 0.07 16 75 0.68 Amanda Aguilera 106 30-30 351 3.31 185 1058 .157 16 0.15 13 33 0.12 39 294 2.77 24 0.24 10 11 0.10 0 156 1.54 Eld-hah Kaswatuka 101 30-29 175 1.73 73 467 .218 Charae Grosser 109 31-28 171 1.57 97 471 .157 10 0.09 3 7 0.03 0 23 0.21 Emily Shearin 108 31-31 161 1.49 59 460 .222 10 0.09 20 30 0.19 1 66 0.61 Amanda Welsh 111 31-31 49 0.44 26 165 .139 1074 9.68 31 15 0.28 0 212 1.91 Ashley Bennett 43 19-2 28 0.65 17 85 .129 4 0.09 0 2 0.00 0 5 0.12 Amy Davault 104 31-1 23 0.22 22 135 .007 8 0.08 12 4 0.12 24 155 1.49 Megan Casey 74 24-2 1 0.01 3 19 -.105 8 0.11 2 5 0.03 5 78 1.05 Chelsea Rekieta 6 5-0 1 0.17 1 2 .000 8 1.33 0 0 0.00 0 2 0.33 Valerie Stetzer 20 12-1 0 0.00 1 2 -.500 2 0.10 1 3 0.05 1 15 0.75 Alicia Shaffer 111 31-0 0 0.00 1 18 -.056 60 0.54 13 26 0.12 11 640 5.77 Caroline Namazi 22 12-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 1 3 0.05 0 3 0.14 Team 19 UT Arlington 111 1343 12.10 640 3946 .178 1234 11.12 114 147 1.03 116 1724 13.53 Opponents 111 1482 13.35 636 4143 .204 1358 12.23 116 167 1.05 167 1709 15.40

Southland Matches:

Record: 8-8

Home: 6-2

|---------------BLOCKING---------------| BS BA Total B/S BE BHE 4 54 58 0.52 8 3 1 31 32 0.30 9 1 2 50 52 0.51 13 6 6 59 65 0.60 9 1 14 93 107 0.99 10 2 1 31 32 0.29 9 17 1 19 20 0.47 1 1 1 1 2 0.02 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 1 0 1 0.17 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 1 2 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 31 338 200 1.80 60 35 28 362 209 1.88 49 24

Away: 2-6

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Tara Frantz 62 16-16 229 3.69 83 600 .243 2 0.03 5 1 0.08 7 34 0.55 3 24 27 0.44 2 2 Amanda Aguilera 58 15-15 191 3.29 106 631 .135 9 0.16 6 19 0.10 24 169 2.91 1 22 23 0.40 6 0 Eld-hah Kaswatuka 62 16-15 121 1.95 46 300 .250 20 0.32 5 6 0.08 0 126 2.03 0 32 32 0.52 5 5 Charae Grosser 60 16-16 92 1.53 51 263 .156 2 0.03 0 3 0.00 0 9 0.15 4 38 42 0.70 4 1 Emily Shearin 59 16-16 82 1.39 38 253 .174 7 0.12 11 19 0.19 1 35 0.59 5 49 54 0.92 4 2 Amanda Welsh 62 16-16 28 0.45 11 91 .187 625 10.08 21 8 0.34 0 124 2.00 0 18 18 0.29 6 8 Ashley Bennett 21 9-1 8 0.38 4 24 .167 3 0.14 0 0 0.00 0 3 0.14 0 12 12 0.57 1 1 Amy Davault 59 16-1 18 0.31 12 87 .069 5 0.08 7 3 0.12 17 106 1.80 0 1 1 0.02 0 0 Alicia Shaffer 62 16-0 0 0.00 1 15 -.067 36 0.58 10 17 0.16 6 374 6.03 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Megan Casey 31 10-0 0 0.00 1 7 -.143 0 0.00 0 2 0.00 1 26 0.84 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Caroline Namazi 13 6-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 1 2 0.08 0 2 0.15 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Valerie Stetzer 10 5-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 2 0.00 1 4 0.40 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Chelsea Rekieta 3 3-0 0 0.00 1 1 -1.000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 6 Team UT Arlington 62 769 12.40 354 2272 .183 714 11.52 66 82 1.06 63 1012 16.32 13 196 111.0 1.79 28 19 Opponents 62 828 13.35 366 2385 .194 765 12.34 63 85 1.02 66 1000 16.13 14 216 122.0 1.97 29 18

2011 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result W, 3-0 Aug. 26 !vs. Southern Aug. 27 !vs. Portland State L, 0-3 Aug. 27 !at UTEP L, 0-3 Aug. 30 at North Texas L, 0-3 Sept. 2 @at Tulsa L, 0-3 Sept. 2 @vs. UC Davis L, 0-3 Sept. 3 @vs. North Dakota St. L, 0-3 Sept. 3 @vs. UAPB W, 3-0 Sept. 9 #at California L, 0-3 Sept. 10 #vs. Georgetown L, 1-3 Sept. 10 #vs. Nevada L, 1-3 Sept. 16 $Louisiana W, 3-0 Sept. 17 $Prairie View A&M W, 3-0 Sept. 17 $Texas Tech L, 0-3 Sept. 22 *TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 3-0 Sept. 24 *UTSA L, 0-3 Sept. 29 *McNeese State W, 3-2 W, 3-0 Oct. 1 *Lamar L, 1-3 Oct. 5 *Texas State

Date Opponent Result Oct. 8 *at Central Arkansas L, 1-3 Oct. 13 *at Sam Houston State L, 0-3 Oct. 15 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 0-3 Oct. 19 *at Texas State L, 1-3 Oct. 22 *Northwestern State W, 3-2 Oct. 27 *Sam Houston State W, 3-1 Oct. 29 *Stephen F. Austin W, 3-1 Nov. 3 *at Southeastern La. W, 3-1 Nov. 5 *at Nicholls L, 2-3 Nov. 10 *at TAMU-CC W, 3-2 Nov. 12 *at UTSA L, 1-3 Nov. 18 %vs. Sam Houston St. L, 2-3 ! - UTEP Invitational (El Paso, Texas) @ - Tulsa Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) # - Hilton Garden Inn Classic (Berkeley, Calif.) $ - UTA Hilton Invite (Arlington, Texas) * - Southland Conference Match % - Southland Tournament (Conway, Ark.)

Conf. Year W L 1973 - - 1974 - - 1975 - - 1976 - - 1977 - - 1978 - - 1979 - - 1980 - - 1981 - - 1982 5 0 1983 3 0 1984 6 0 1985 6 0 1986 6 0 1987 7 0 1988 7 0 1989 7 0 1990 7 0 1991 8 1 1992 9 0

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Overall W L T 27 9 3 44 6 3 34 14 2 45 15 1 44 12 0 50 10 0 41 22 0 46 15 0 37 20 0 29 17 0 30 20 0 21 16 0 28 4 0 29 10 0 32 7 0 30 4 0 31 4 0 18 19 0 13 18 0 20 14 0

Conf. Year W L 1993 6 3 1994 6 7 1995 9 9 1996 11 5 1997 13 5 1998 19 1 1999 12 8 2000 16 4 2001 13 7 2002 18 2 2003 14 6 2004 15 5 2005 4 14 2006 12 4 2007 12 4 2008 3 13 2009 8 8 2010 10 6 2011 8 8

Overall W L T 11 19 0 11 21 0 15 20 0 13 18 0 19 13 0 24 7 0 16 15 0 18 11 0 22 12 0 26 7 0 16 13 0 24 7 0 6 21 0 25 10 0 19 11 0 7 23 0 12 17 0 17 15 0 12 19 0


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UTSA ROADRUNNERS

ROADRUNNER BITS

QUICK FACTS

n UTSA enters its first season in the Western Athletic Conference.

Location:.................................... San Antonio, Texas Joined WAC:........................................... July 1, 2012 Enrollment:...................................................... 30,968 Founded:...............................................................1969 Nickname:.............................................Roadrunners Colors:.................... Navy Blue, Orange and White President:.....................................Dr. Ricardo Romo Athletics Director:.............................. Lynn Hickey Athletic Department:..................(210) 458-4161 Ticket Office:....................................(210) 458-8872 Web Site:....................................www.goUTSA.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach .................. Laura Neugebauer-Groff Volleyball Office ............................ (210) 458-4192 Arena ..........................Convocation Center (4,080) All-Time Arena Record .................234-135 (.634) 2011 Record ...........................................22-11 (.667) 2011 SLC Record ............... 14-2 (.875), 2nd West Starters Returning/Lost ....................................4/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................8/7 All-Time Record ...............................516-461 (.528) NCAA Appearances ...................... 2 (2000, 2010) NCAA Record ..............................................0-2 (.000) 2011 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 33-117 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 14.00 Blocks Per Set .......................................................2.62 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 16.40

CONVOCATION CENTER

n The Roadrunners spent 21 seasons in the Southland Conference and won three championships. n UTSA will host the 2012 WAC Tournament at the Convocation Center in San Antonio. n Last season, UTSA set a Southland record with 12 consecutive sweeps to open league play. n In 2011, the Roadrunners limited 12 opponents below a .100 hitting percentage. n UTSA finished the season ranked 80th in the RPI. n The

Roadrunners return eight letterwinners, including four starters, from the 2011 team that finished 22-11, including Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year McKenzie Adams.

n Adams,

who transferred to UTSA after being named the 2010 NCAA East Region and Atlantic Coast Conference Freshman of the Year at Virginia, became the program’s first player to earn a National Player of the Week award after CVU.com selected her as its top player on Oct. 11, 2001.

n UTSA advanced to the Southland Tournament Championship for the second straight season in

2011.

n UTSA led the Southland and ranked 33rd in the nation with 13.07 assists per set a year ago. The

Roadrunners also led the Southland and ranked 29th in the nation with 14.0 kills per frame.

n Adams led the Southland and ranked 24th in the nation with 1.33 blocks per set.

2012 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 24 !vs. UAB Aug. 25 !at Middle Tennessee Aug. 25 !vs. Furman Aug. 28 Rice Aug. 30 @Belmont Sept. 1 @Belmont Sept. 1 @UTEP Sept. 7 at Houston Sept. 10 at Houston Baptist Sept. 13 *Utah State Sept. 15 *San Jose State Sept. 18 Houston Baptist Sept. 21 *Texas State Sept. 27 *at Seattle U Sept. 29 *at Idaho Oct. 4 *Louisiana Tech Oct. 6 *UT Arlington Oct. 11 *at New Mexico State

Time 2:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 13 *at Denver Oct. 15 *at Utah State Oct. 20 *at Texas State Oct. 25 *Idaho Oct. 27 *Seattle U Nov. 1 *at UT Arlington Nov. 3 *at Louisiana Tech Nov. 8 *Denver Nov. 10 *New Mexico State Nov. 15 *at San Jose State Nov. 19-21 WAC Tournament (San Antonio, Texas)

Time 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 6:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 7 p.m. TBD

! - Blue Raider Bash (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) @ - UTSA Classic (San Antonio, Texas) *WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

ROADRUNNER ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Ricardo Romo President

Gregg Michel Faculty Representative

Lynn Hickey Athletics Director 48 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Liz Dalton Deputy AD/SWA

Anthony Baldwin Sports Information Director


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UTSA COACHING STAFF

LAURA Neugebauer-Groff Alma Mater: Texas, ‘86 Overall Record: 424-215 (.664), 18 years School Record: 168-153 (.523), 10 years WAC Record: 0-0 (.000), first year

HEAD COACH FILE n Head

coach Laura Neugebauer-Groff returns for her 11th season at the helm of the UTSA volleyball team.

n She has a 424-215 career record in 18 years as a head coach, including

a 168-153 mark at UTSA, making her the program’s winningest coach.

n Neugebauer-Groff has tutored 36 All-Southland Conference selections,

including 14 first teamers.

n She

has also mentored 22 Southland All-Academic honorees, two Southland Student-Athletes of the Year and one Academic All-American.

n Neugebauer-Groff led the Roadrunners to the 2010 NCAA Tournament. n She is a member of the 17th induction class of the San Antonio Sports

Hall of Fame in 2011, for her All-American career at Texas.

n She also was a part of Jefferson (Texas) High School’s inaugural Hall

of Fame and Distinguished Alumni Class in May 2007 and a member of the UIL’s All-Century third team in 2009.

n In

1992, she was named to the Southwest Conference’s All-Decade team, and in 2002, the San Antonio Express-News named her one of its most influential people in women’s sports.

n Before coming to UTSA, Neugebauer-Groff spent eight seasons at St.

Mary’s, where she led the program to three conference titles.

COACHING RECORDS Year School 1993 St. Mary’s St. Mary’s 1994 1995 St. Mary’s 1996 St. Mary’s 1997 St. Mary’s 1998 St. Mary’s St. Mary’s 1999 2000 St. Mary’s 2002 UTSA 2003 UTSA 2004 UTSA UTSA 2005 UTSA 2006 2007 UTSA 2008 UTSA 2009 UTSA 2010 UTSA UTSA 2011 Overall Record UTSA Record WAC Record

All 31-8 44-6 40-6 33-3 28-13 23-11 22-10 35-5 8-24 19-14 16-16 18-12 19-13 13-21 19-12 12-19 22-12 22-11

Pct. Conference/Finish .795 11-3/2nd Heart of Texas .880 12-2/2nd Heart of Texas .870 13-1/1st Heart of Texas .917 15-1/1st Heart of Texas .683 10-4/T-2nd Heart of Texas .676 8-2/2nd Heart of Texas .688 -.875 8-0/1st Heartland .250 6-14/T-8th Southland .576 13-7/T-4th Southland .500 12-8/T-4th Southland .621 12-6/T-3rd Southland .594 11-5/3rd Southland West .382 5-11/4th Southland West .613 11-5/3rd Southland West .387 7-9/5th Southland West .647 13-3/1st Southland West .667 14-2/2nd Southland West

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ASSISTANT COACHES Zheng Xiang Indiana (2006) 5th Year Sanja Tomasevic Washington (2006) 1st Year


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UTSA TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Brittney Malloy

McKenzie ADAMS

Whitney WALLS

OH/MB, 6-3, Jr.

MH, 6-0, Sr.

RS, 6-0, Sr.

Named Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year, first team All-Southland and to the Southland All-Tournament Team ... became the first national honoree in the program’s 29-year history after being named National Player of the Week by CVU.com on Oct. 11 ... twice named Southland Player of the Week ... earned all-tournament honors at the Time Warner Cable Texas Invitational ... set a program record with a .762 hitting percentage at McNeese State on Oct. 8 ... led the Southland and ranked 24th nationally with 1.33 blocks per set ... transferred to UTSA from Virginia, where she was the 2010 NCAA East Region and ACC Freshman of the Year ... broke Virginia’s freshman single-match record with 29 kills.

Named second team All-Southland ... earned honorable mention All-National and All-Southwest Region honors from COBRA Magazine ... named Southland Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 11 ... led the team and ranked third in the Southland with a .319 hitting percentage ... ranked second in the Southland and 56th in the nation with 1.18 blocks per set ... as a sophomore, led the team and ranked seventh in the league with a .308 hitting percentage ... named honorable mention All-National and to the All-Southwest Region Team by COBRA Magazine ... earned a spot on the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

Named first team All-Southland and first team Academic All-Southland last year as a junior ... earned Southland Player of the Week honors on Sept. 5 ... led the team with 339 kills and ranked second with a .317 hitting percentage ... posted a career-high 22 kills at Houston Baptist on Sept. 1 ... posted double-digit kills in 15 matches ... named honorable mention All-Southland, to the Southland All-Tournament Team and to the Southland Commissioner’s Honor Roll as a sophomore ... named second team All-Southland as a freshman, when she ranked second on the team with 256 kills and fourth with 62 blocks.

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2010* 87 264 172 8 67 2011 88 253 125 16 117 Totals 175 517 297 24 184

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2009 67 73 6 4 64 2010 116 213 16 2 107 2011 106 223 16 1 125 Totals 289 509 38 7 296

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2009 117 256 41 8 62 2010 129 340 38 10 85 2011 116 339 43 3 85 Totals 362 935 122 21 232

*stats from Virginia

o. N 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 22 23 24

Name Paige Hamilton Kristin Booker Macie McKay Lauren Muenchow Brandy Huskey Carly Wishlow Erin Foley Brittney Malloy McKenzie Adams Annie Kunes Jordan Kotara Kylie Schott Whitney Walls Becca Stark Dempsey Thornton Allie Bettinger

2012 UTSA NUMERICAL ROSTER Pos. DS MH MH MH S MH S MH OH/MB DS MH/OH MH RS DS MH/OH OH

Ht. 5-5 6-3 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-2 5-9 6-0 6-3 5-6 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-0

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

Hometown (Previous School) San Antonio, Texas (Blinn JC) Houston, Texas (North Shore) San Antonio, Texas (Smithson Valley) Kingsbury, Texas (Seguin) Columbus, Texas (Texas Tech) Calgary, Alberta (William Aberhart) Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Thousand Oaks) San Antonio, Texas (Warren) Schertz, Texas (Virginia) Fontana, Wis. (Big Foot) Poth, Texas (Poth) Cypress, Texas (Cy-Fair) Arlington, Texas (Martin) New Braunfels, Texas (Canyon) Corpus Christi, Texas (King) Willow Park, Texas (Samford)

Top Returnees McKenzie Adams Brittney Malloy Dempsey Thornton Whitney Walls

UTSA Profile Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA OH/MB 6-3 Jr. 253 125 16 117 11 MH 6-0 Sr. 223 16 1 125 2 MH/OH 6-1 So. 278 181 21 39 18 RS 6-0 Sr. 339 43 3 85 0

Top Newcomers Brandy Huskey Jordan Kotara

Pos. Ht. S 5-10 MH/OH 6-1

Key Losses Elise Huskey Kelsey Jewasko Kelsey Schwirtlich

Yr. Jr. Fr.

Hometown (Previous School) Columbus, Texas (Texas Tech) Poth, Texas (Poth)

Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA OH 5-11 Sr. 332 340 18 66 31 L 5-7 Sr. 1 612 106 0 21 S 6-0 Jr. 102 220 1277 57 12

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MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director Kyle Stephens Volleyball Contact Tony Baldwin Address One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249-0691 Office Number (210) 458-6460 Baldwin’s Cell Number (210) 501-6819 Baldwin’s E-Mail anthony.baldwin@utsa.edu Fax Number (210) 458-4569 Press Row (210) 458-4196

Media Outlets

San Antonio Express-News: Jerry Briggs Office: (210) 250-3373 Fax: (210) 250-3351 The Paisano: Office: (210) 690-9301

Richard Castillo Fax: (210) 690-3423

KENS-TV (CBS): Office: (210) 366-5001

David Flores Fax: (210) 377-8757 UTSA CAMPUS


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UTSA 2011 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 22-11 Home: 9-1

Away: 8-5

Neutral: 5-5

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE 116 33-33 339 2.92 101 751 .317 3 0.03 0 0 0.00 0 43 0.37 3 82 85 0.73 9 0 Walls, Whitney Adams, McKenzie 88 26-24 253 2.88 94 558 .285 16 0.18 11 32 0.12 9 125 1.42 32 85 117 1.33 8 1 Huskey, Elise 117 33-33 332 2.84 132 1030 .194 18 0.15 31 45 0.26 18 340 2.91 4 62 66 0.56 3 1 Thornton, Dempsey 114 33-33 278 2.44 110 912 .184 21 0.18 18 33 0.16 16 181 1.59 6 33 39 0.34 5 2 Malloy, Brittney 106 33-33 223 2.10 68 486 .319 1 0.01 0 1 0.00 0 16 0.15 14 111 125 1.18 13 2 55 23-9 53 0.96 29 129 .186 0 0.00 2 4 0.04 1 14 0.25 5 38 43 0.78 7 0 Tripp, Cara Schwirtlich, Kelsey 117 33-33 102 0.87 33 257 .268 1277 10.91 12 34 0.10 2 220 1.88 2 55 57 0.49 1 18 Muenchow, Lauren 32 19-0 25 0.78 11 67 .209 1 0.03 0 0 0.00 0 2 0.06 2 6 8 0.25 4 0 Wishlow, Carly 9 8-0 6 0.67 1 16 .312 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 2 0.22 0 2 2 0.22 1 0 Bettinger, Allie 41 26-0 25 0.61 8 77 .221 2 0.05 1 5 0.02 2 25 0.61 0 4 4 0.10 0 0 20 10-0 1 0.05 1 3 .000 57 2.85 3 3 0.15 0 14 0.70 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Witt, Laura Jewasko, Kelsey 117 33-0 1 0.01 5 30 -.133 106 0.91 21 37 0.18 19 612 5.23 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 Wimbish, Megan 110 33-0 0 0.00 0 4 .000 26 0.24 10 22 0.09 9 265 2.41 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Larralde, Leigh 76 30-0 0 0.00 1 2 -.500 1 0.01 6 12 0.08 0 52 0.68 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Stark, Becca 29 21-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 4 6 0.14 3 8 0.28 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 117 1638 14.00 594 4322 .242 1529 13.07 119 234 1.02 86 1919 16.40 68 478 307.0 2.62 51 26 UTSA Opponents 117 1324 11.32 714 4268 .143 1251 10.69 86 170 0.74 119 1826 15.61 54 318 213.0 1.82 51 39

Southland Matches: Record: 14-2

Home: 7-1

Away: 7-1

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Player Adams, McKenzie 53 16-15 150 2.83 59 335 .272 14 0.26 8 17 0.15 8 92 1.74 21 45 66 1.25 4 1 53 16-16 149 2.81 41 470 .230 4 0.08 12 22 0.23 8 129 2.43 2 31 33 0.62 3 0 Huskey, Elise Walls, Whitney 53 16-16 154 2.91 42 321 .349 2 0.04 0 0 0.00 0 22 0.42 1 40 41 0.77 4 0 Malloy, Brittney 50 16-16 122 2.44 23 224 .442 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 6 0.12 8 63 71 1.42 6 1 Thornton, Dempsey 50 16-16 110 2.20 40 322 .217 10 0.20 7 10 0.14 4 58 1.16 1 12 13 0.26 1 1 Schwirtlich, Kelsey 53 16-16 52 0.98 11 126 .325 611 11.53 9 13 0.17 1 112 2.11 0 33 33 0.62 1 9 20 12-1 11 0.55 10 32 .031 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 14 15 0.75 1 0 Tripp, Cara Bettinger, Allie 21 14-0 13 0.62 6 52 .135 0 0.00 0 2 0.00 2 9 0.43 0 3 3 0.14 0 0 Jewasko, Kelsey 53 16-0 0 0.00 1 10 -.100 53 1.00 7 16 0.13 5 266 5.02 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 4 0.40 3 12 .083 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 2 0 2 0.20 1 0 Muenchow, Lauren 10 9-0 Stark, Becca 16 12-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 4 4 0.25 0 3 0.19 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 4 4-0 3 0.75 0 6 .500 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.25 0 1 1 0.25 0 0 Wishlow, Carly Wimbish, Megan 53 16-0 0 0.00 0 2 .000 11 0.21 3 10 0.06 1 138 2.60 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Larralde, Leigh 37 16-0 0 0.00 1 1 -1.000 0 0.00 3 8 0.08 0 36 0.97 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 53 768 14.49 237 1913 .278 705 13.30 53 102 1.00 34 872 16.45 36 242 157.0 2.96 21 12 UTSA Opponents 53 548 10.34 348 1919 .104 512 9.66 34 72 0.64 53 784 14.79 21 132 87.0 1.64 14 19

2011 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Aug. 26 ^vs. Creighton L, 2-3 Aug. 26 ^at Texas A&M L, 0-3 Sept. 1 #at Houston Baptist L, 2-3 Sept. 2 #vs. Georgia Tech W, 3-1 Sept. 2 #at Rice L, 0-3 Sept. 4 West Virginia W, 3-0 Sept. 6 Prairie View A&M W, 3-0 Sept. 9 %at Denver W, 3-1 Sept. 9 %vs. Missouri L, 2-3 Sept. 10 %vs. UC Davis L, 0-3 Sept. 10 %vs. Drake W, 3-0 Sept. 16 +vs. SMU W, 3-1 Sept. 17 +vs. Santa Clara L, 2-3 Sept. 17 +at No. 8 Texas L, 1-3 Sept. 22 *at Texas State W, 3-0 Sept. 24 *at UT Arlington W, 3-0 Sept. 29 *Sam Houston State W, 3-0 Oct. 1 *Stephen F. Austin W, 3-0 Oct. 4 *at TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 3-0 Oct. 8 *at McNeese State W, 3-0

Date Opponent Result Oct. 13 *Southeastern La. W, 3-0 Oct. 15 *Nicholls State W, 3-0 Oct. 19 *TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 3-0 Oct. 22 *Lamar W, 3-0 Oct. 27 *at Northwestern St. W, 3-0 Oct. 29 *at Central Arkansas W, 3-0 Nov. 3 *at Sam Houston State L, 2-3 Nov. 5 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 3-1 Nov. 10 *Texas State L, 1-3 Nov. 12 *UT Arlington W, 3-1 Nov. 18 &vs. Stephen F. Austin W, 3-0 Nov. 19 &vs. Sam Houston St. W, 3-0 Nov. 20 &vs. Texas State L, 1-3 ^ - Texas A&M Invite (College Station, Texas) # - Rice Invitational II (Houston, Texas) % - Pioneers Classic (Denver, Colo.) + - Texas Invitational (Austin, Texas) * - Southland Conference match & - Southland Tournament (Conway, Ark.)

Conf. Year W L 1983 - - 1984 - - 1985 - - 1986 - - 1987 - - 1988 - - 1989 - - 1990 - - 1991 3 6 1992 5 4 1993 4 5 1994 3 10 1995 8 10 1996 10 6 1997 8 10

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Overall W L T 9 17 0 17 21 0 20 14 0 18 19 0 33 11 0 35 6 0 25 23 0 26 18 0 8 17 0 19 16 0 12 22 0 10 23 0 15 20 0 17 15 0 10 22 0

Conf. Year W L 1998 10 6 1999 18 2 2000 17 3 2001 11 9 2002 6 14 2003 13 17 2004 12 8 2005 12 6 2006 11 5 2007 5 11 2008 11 5 2009 7 9 2010 13 3 2011 14 2

Overall W L T 17 15 0 22 7 0 24 9 0 13 16 0 8 24 0 19 14 0 16 16 0 18 11 0 19 13 0 13 21 0 19 12 0 12 19 0 22 12 0 22 11 0


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TEXAS STATE BOBCATS

BOBCAT BITS

QUICK FACTS

n Texas State ranked 18th in the NCAA in team hitting percentage (.260) a season ago.

Location:......................................San Marcos, Texas Joined WAC:........................................... July 1, 2012 Enrollment:...................................................... 32,586 Founded:...............................................................1899 Nickname:.......................................................Bobcats Colors:........................................... Maroon and Gold President:............................... Dr. Denise M. Trauth Athletics Director:............................. Dr. Larry Teis Athletic Department:..................(512) 245-2114 Ticket Office:....................................(512) 245-2272 Web Site:...................... www.txstatebobcats.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

n Texas State was in the top 75 in the nation in aces, kills, assists and blocks in 2011. n The

Bobcats return the team’s leaders in assists (Caleigh McCorquodale), digs (Laura Whalen) and blocks (Ashlee Hilbun) from last season.

n Texas State had 83 more blocks than its opponents in 2011. n Entering the season, the Bobcats have a 996-595-19 all-time record and need just four wins for

1,000 in the program’s history.

n Texas State has won at least 20 games in a season seven times since the year 2000 and four of

the past five years.

Head Coach ....................................... Karen Chisum Volleyball Office ............................ (512) 245-3832

n The Bobcats will be playing San Jose State and Seattle for the first time in 2012.

Arena .............................. Strahan Coliseum (7,200) All-Time Arena Record .................320-125 (.719)

n Texas State has a combined 85-62 all-time record against 2012 WAC opponents.

2011 Record .............................................27-8 (.771) 2011 SLC Record ............................15-1 (.938), 1st Starters Returning/Lost ....................................4/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................9/6 All-Time Record ......................996-5959-19 (.625) NCAA Appearances ....8 (1986, 91, 98, 2004-05, 07, 09, 11) NCAA Record ..............................................0-8 (.000) 2011 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 35-129 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 13.67 Blocks Per Set .......................................................2.36 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 14.94

STRAHAN COLISEUM

n Of the 17 student-athletes on the roster, 14 Bobcats are from the state of Texas, while two are

from Colorado and one is from Florida.

n Texas State ranked 68th in the nation last season with an average of 778 fans per game at Strahan

Coliseum.

2012 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 24 !at Texas A&M Aug. 24 !vs. North Dakota Aug. 25 !vs. USC Aug. 28 Sam Houston Aug. 31 @vs. South Carolina State Aug. 31 @at Lamar Sept. 1 @Tulane Sept. 4 Baylor Sept. 7 #vs. Auburn Sept. 7 #at SMU Sept. 8 #vs. Wichita State Sept. 13 *San Jose State Sept. 15 *Utah State Sept. 21 *at UTSA Sept. 27 *at Idaho Sept. 29 *at Seattle U Oct. 4 *UT Arlington Oct. 6 *Louisiana Tech Oct. 11 *at Denver

Time 12 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 6:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 10 a.m. 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 7:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 13 *at New Mexico State Oct. 15 *at San Jose State Oct. 20 *UTSA Oct. 25 *Seattle U Oct. 27 *Idaho Nov. 1 *at Louisiana Tech Nov. 3 *at UT Arlington Nov. 8 *New Mexico State Nov. 10 *Denver Nov. 14 *at Utah State Nov. 19-21 WAC Tournament (San Antonio, Texas)

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. TBD

! - Texas A&M Invitational (College Station, Texas) @ - Lamar Invitational (Beaumont, Texas) # - SMU Invitational (Dallas, Texas) *WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

BOBCAT ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Denise Trauth President

Dr. Paul Gowens Faculty Representative

Dr. Larry Teis Athletics Director 52 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Tracy Shoemake Associate AD/SWA

Steve Appelhans Sports Information Director


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TEXAS STATE COACHING STAFF

KAREN CHISUM Alma Mater: Texas State, ‘72 Overall Record: 743-467-3 (.615), 32 years School Record: Same

HEAD COACH FILE n Karen Chisum is the sixth winningest active head coach in NCAA Divi-

sion I volleyball with 743 career victories.

n She

ranks 13th all-time for most victories amongst NCAA Division I coaches.

n Chisum has won conference coach of the year honors five times (1986,

1991, 2000, 2003, 2011).

n She

has won six conference regular-season championships (1986, 1991, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2011) and seven conference tournament championships (1991, 1998, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011).

n Chisum

has coached players to 87 all-conference honors, including four conference players of the year.

n She

was a 2011 Texas State Distinguished Alumni and was the first female accepted into the “T” Association’s Hall of Honor at Texas State.

n Chisum co-authored a book titled “Developing a Successful Volleyball

Program” with former Bobcat player Stephanie Scott Jordan.

COACHING RECORDS

Year School 1980 Texas State 1981 Texas State 1982 Texas State 1983 Texas State 1984 Texas State 1985 Texas State 1986 Texas State 1987 Texas State 1988 Texas State 1989 Texas State 1990 Texas State 1991 Texas State 1992 Texas State 1993 Texas State 1994 Texas State 1995 Texas State 1996 Texas State 1997 Texas State 1998 Texas State 1999 Texas State 2000 Texas State 2001 Texas State 2002 Texas State 2003 Texas State 2004 Texas State 2005 Texas State 2006 Texas State 2007 Texas State 2008 Texas State 2009 Texas State 2010 Texas State 2011 Texas State

All 33-25-2 46-28-1 33-21 38-16 36-13 31-11 29-9 29-11 22-15 12-24 21-18 21-16 18-15 15-15 18-15 19-15 16-17 15-16 25-9 22-9 29-4 11-19 10-21 23-8 27-6 17-15 15-17 21-12 23-14 22-13 19-12 27-8

Pct. Conference/Finish .567 -.620 -.611 -.704 10-4/2nd Lone Star .735 12-5/2nd Gulf Star .738 -.763 -.725 6-1/2nd Southland .595 6-1/2nd Southland .333 5-2/3rd Southland .538 5-2/3rd Southland .567 9-0/1st Southland .545 6-3/4th Southland .500 6-3/5th Southland .545 9-4/3rd Southland .559 14-4/2nd Southland .485 6-10/7th Southland .484 11-7/5th Southland .735 14-6/3rd Southland .710 16-4/3rd Southland .879 20-0/1st Southland .367 8-12/T-7th Southland .323 6-14/8th Southland .742 18-2/1st Southland .818 17-3/T-1st Southland .531 12-6/3rd Southland .469 10-6/4th Southland West .636 10-6/3rd Southland West .622 16-3/1st Southland West .629 13-3/1st Southland West .613 12-4/2nd Southland West .771 15-1/1st Southland West

Overall Record 743-467-3 (.615)/32 years Texas State Record Same 53 WACSports.com

ASSISTANT COACHES Tracy Smith Texas (1996) 11th Year Sean Huiet Bowling Green (2003) 7th Year


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TEXAS STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Ashlee HILBUN

AMARI DEARDORFF

Caleigh McCorquodale

RS, 6-2, Jr.

MB, 6-2, Jr.

S, 5-7, Sr.

Named first team All-Southland Conference and to the Southland All-Academic Team last year as a sophomore ... twice named Southland Offensive Player of the Week during the season ... named to the all-tournament team at the CenturyLink Premier ... ranked second on the team in hitting percentage (.330) and third in kills (332) ... had a career-high seven blocks against New Mexico State on Sept. 10 ... had double-digit kills in 18 of 34 matches played ... hit above .400 in 15 different matches ... one of just two freshmen in the conference to be named first team All-Southland in 2010 when she ranked second in the conference with a .342 hitting percentage ... tallied a career-high 20 kills against UC Davis on Sept. 3 and a career-high five aces at Stephen F. Austin on Oct. 30.

Led the team in blocks (146) last year as a sophomore ... was the only Bobcat to start all 35 matches ... notched a career-high 11 blocks against Central Arkansas on Nov. 19 and posted her first career double-double (11 kills, 11 digs) against UTSA on Nov. 20 to earn Southland Conference All-Tournament Team honors ... tallied a career-high 13 digs twice during the season ... named Southland Defensive Player of the Week on Aug. 29 ... Bama Bash All-Tournament Team selection ... named the team’s Co-Most Improved Player as a freshman in 2010 ... played in 27 matches, making 11 starts ... ranked sixth in the Southland with 1.05 blocks per set.

Named first team All-Southland, to the Southland AllTournament Team and to the Southland All-Academic Team last season ... led the team with 1,216 assists and was second with 364 digs ... posted a team-best 18 double-doubles ... named to the all-tournament team at the Utah State Invitational ... set career highs for assists (54) and digs (23) against UTSA on Nov. 10 ... notched a career-high four service aces against McNeese State on Oct. 1 ... led the team in digs in 17 of 35 matches ... as a sophomore, played in a team-high 110 sets while sharing the team’s setting duties ... appeared in 76 sets as a freshman.

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2010 74 81 35 7 78 127 225 202 23 146 2011 Totals 201 306 237 30 224

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 76 25 154 299 1 2009 2010 110 35 229 609 5 2011 120 90 364 1216 49 Totals 306 150 747 2124 55

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2010 93 219 64 13 57 2011 116 332 61 6 64 Totals 209 551 125 19 121

o. N 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

2012 TEXAS STATE NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name Pos. Ht. Patti Bradshaw DS/L 5-3 Jenna Clark MB 6-1 Amari Deardorff RS 6-2 Morgan McDaniel OH/RS 5-10 Caleigh McCorquodale S 5-7 Natasha Fomina OH 5-10 Caylin Mahoney S 6-0 Laura Whalen DS/L 5-6 Alexandra Simms OH 6-2 Ashlee Hilbun MB 6-2 Sierra Smith DS/L 5-1 Danielle Sanchou DS/L 5-7 Jordan Moore S 5-8 Ali Gonzales S 5-2 Brooke Smith MB/OH 6-2 Casey Heising OH 6-3 Molly Ahrens MB 6-3

Yr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. RS-Fr. Fr. So. So.

Hometown (Previous School) Houston, Texas (Blinn/Cypress Fairbanks) Lutz, Fla. (St. Petersburg College/Gaither) Austin, Texas (Westwood) Humble, Texas (Atascocita) Houston, Texas (Cypress Woods) Broomfield, Colo. (Legacy) Fort Worth, Texas (Cincinnati/Keller Central) Littleton, Colo. (Littleton) Amarillo, Texas (San Jacinto Christian Academy) Austin, Texas (Leander) Granbury, Texas (Granbury) San Antonio, Texas (Ole Miss) Katy, Texas (Katy) San Marcos, Texas (San Marcos) Victoria, Texas (Victoria West) Devine, Texas (Devine) Pflugerville, Texas (Alabama)

Top Returnees Amari Deardorff Ashlee Hilbun Caleigh McCorquodale Laura Whalen

Pos. RS MB S DS/L

TEXAS STATE Profile Ht. Yr. K D 6-2 Jr. 332 61 6-2 Jr. 225 202 5-7 Sr. 90 364 5-6 So. 3 34

Top Newcomers Natasha Fomina Caylin Mahoney

Pos. OH S

Ht. 5-10 6-0

Key Losses Melissa Toth Amber Calhoun Lindy DeGeare

Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA OH 6-2 So. 333 81 6 55 1 MB 6-1 Sr. 333 151 24 131 9 OH 5-10 Sr. 264 118 24 31 53

Yr. Fr. So.

A 6 23 1216 98

TB SA 64 0 146 19 49 17 0 24

Hometown (Previous School) Broomfield, Colo. (Legacy) Fort Worth, Texas (Cincinnati/Keller Central)

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MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director Rick Poulter Volleyball Contact Steve Appelhans Address 601 University Dr. San Marcos, TX 78666 Office Number (512) 245-4387 Appelhans’ Cell Number (262) 492-4498 Appelhans’ E-Mail sa38@txstate.edu Fax Number (512) 245-2967 Press Row (512) 245-2434

Media Outlets

San Marcos Daily Record: Office: (512) 392-2458 University Star: Office: (512) 245-3489

Randy Stevens

Cameron Irvine Fax: (512) 245-3708

New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung: Chris Hoffman Office: (830) 625-9144 Fax: (830) 625-1224 Hays Free Press: Office: (512) 268-7862

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TEXAS STATE 2011 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 27-8

Home: 10-4

Away: 10-3

Neutral: 7-1

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Toth, Melissa 112 34-30 333 2.97 134 825 .241 6 0.05 1 17 0.01 2 81 0.72 3 52 55 0.49 12 1 Deardorff, Amari 116 34-29 332 2.86 75 779 .330 6 0.05 0 0 0.00 2 61 0.53 3 61 64 0.55 6 1 Calhoun, Amber 127 35-33 333 2.62 90 718 .338 24 0.19 9 30 0.07 11 151 1.19 28 103 131 1.03 13 1 DeGeare, Lindy 104 32-29 264 2.54 92 718 .240 24 0.23 53 62 0.51 0 118 1.13 3 28 31 0.30 6 1 James, Rachel 34 17-7 71 2.09 21 146 .342 2 0.06 0 5 0.00 0 22 0.65 3 22 25 0.74 0 0 Hilbun, Ashlee 127 35-35 225 1.77 78 595 .247 23 0.18 19 29 0.15 16 202 1.59 30 116 146 1.15 9 5 Heising, Casey 22 13-2 32 1.45 30 107 .019 0 0.00 2 0 0.09 1 11 0.50 0 5 5 0.23 1 0 Simms, Alexandra 43 23-5 58 1.35 36 214 .103 2 0.05 5 9 0.12 1 25 0.58 1 8 9 0.21 4 0 McCorquodale, Caleig 120 34-34 90 0.75 27 249 .253 1216 10.13 17 32 0.14 1 364 3.03 3 46 49 0.41 7 16 Ahrens, Molly 8 8-0 6 0.75 1 11 .455 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 3 4 0.50 0 0 Bremer, Amy 36 17-1 13 0.36 6 48 .146 170 4.72 11 8 0.31 0 47 1.31 2 12 14 0.39 2 3 Whalen, Laura 120 35-0 3 0.03 4 23 -.043 98 0.82 24 50 0.20 34 374 3.12 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Doyle, Rachel 123 35-5 2 0.02 3 40 -.025 33 0.27 20 26 0.16 12 260 2.11 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Sanchou, Danielle 90 31-0 1 0.01 0 8 .125 5 0.06 18 5 0.20 20 148 1.64 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Bradshaw, Patti 33 18-0 0 0.00 0 2 .000 8 0.24 4 5 0.12 13 62 1.88 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 Griffith, Katey 2 1-0 0 0.00 0 1 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.50 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Texas State 129 1763 13.67 597 4484 .260 1620 12.56 183 278 1.42 123 1927 14.94 77 456 305.0 2.36 60 32 Opponents 129 1492 11.57 789 4577 .154 1384 10.73 123 207 0.95 183 1820 14.11 47 350 222.0 1.72 41 28

Southland Matches:

Record: 15-1 Home: 7-1

Away: 8-0

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Deardorff, Amari 51 16-12 169 3.31 21 376 .394 4 0.08 0 0 0.00 0 39 0.76 2 30 32 0.63 2 0 Toth, Melissa 53 16-15 172 3.25 59 417 .271 5 0.09 1 4 0.02 2 43 0.81 2 28 30 0.57 6 0 54 16-16 146 2.70 51 375 .253 11 0.20 30 35 0.56 0 66 1.22 2 15 17 0.31 4 0 DeGeare, Lindy Calhoun, Amber 56 16-16 150 2.68 40 309 .356 12 0.21 2 13 0.04 5 71 1.27 14 52 66 1.18 6 0 James, Rachel 8 6-1 16 2.00 6 34 .294 1 0.12 0 0 0.00 0 3 0.38 0 7 7 0.88 0 0 56 16-16 91 1.62 37 249 .217 9 0.16 9 12 0.16 8 90 1.61 11 52 63 1.12 1 3 Hilbun, Ashlee Simms, Alexandra 11 8-0 17 1.55 7 48 .208 1 0.09 3 2 0.27 0 8 0.73 1 1 2 0.18 3 0 McCorquodale, Caleig 56 16-16 42 0.75 18 125 .192 626 11.18 10 16 0.18 1 194 3.46 2 23 25 0.45 4 7 Ahrens, Molly 3 3-0 2 0.67 1 4 .250 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1 1 0.33 0 0 Heising, Casey 6 5-0 3 0.50 10 25 -.280 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1 1 0.17 0 0 7 4-0 1 0.14 0 4 .250 23 3.29 1 1 0.14 0 8 1.14 1 0 1 0.14 0 0 Bremer, Amy Whalen, Laura 55 16-0 2 0.04 2 16 .000 43 0.78 9 20 0.16 14 153 2.78 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 52 16-4 1 0.02 2 18 -.056 15 0.29 7 10 0.13 6 121 2.33 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Doyle, Rachel Sanchou, Danielle 41 13-0 1 0.02 0 6 .167 4 0.10 14 3 0.34 9 83 2.02 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Bradshaw, Patti 8 6-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 2 0.00 3 9 1.12 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 56 813 14.52 254 2006 .279 757 13.52 86 118 1.54 52 888 15.86 35 210 140.0 2.50 26 12 Texas State Opponents 56 624 11.14 356 2017 .133 583 10.41 52 69 0.93 86 806 14.39 24 146 97.0 1.73 14 11

2011 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Aug. 26 !vs. Alabama State W, 3-1 Aug. 27 !vs. Austin Peay W, 3-1 Aug. 27 !at Alabama L, 2-3 Sept. 2 @vs. Idaho State W, 3-0 Sept. 3 @vs. Syracuse L, 0-3 Sept. 3 @at Utah State L, 2-3 Sept. 5 West Virginia W, 3-0 Sept. 8 $Houston Baptist L, 2-3 Sept. 9 $Northwestern State W, 3-0 Sept. 9 $Louisiana W, 3-1 Sept. 10 $New Mexico State L, 1-3 Sept. 16 #at North Texas W, 3-0 Sept. 17 #vs Kennesaw State W, 3-0 Sept. 17 #vs Jackson State W, 3-0 Sept. 22 *UTSA L, 0-3 Sept. 24 *TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 3-0 Sept. 29 *Lamar W, 3-1 Oct. 1 *McNeese State W, 3-1 Oct. 5 *at UT Arlington W, 3-0 Oct. 8 *at Northwestern St. W, 3-1 Oct. 13 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 3-0

Date Opponent Result Oct. 15 *at Sam Houston St. W, 3-0 Oct. 19 *UT Arlington W, 3-1 Oct. 22 *Central Arkansas W, 3-1 Oct. 27 *Stephen F. Austin W, 3-0 Oct. 29 *Sam Houston State W, 3-1 Nov. 1 Baylor L, 2-3 Nov. 3 *at Nicholls State W, 3-1 Nov. 5 *at Southeastern La. W, 3-0 Nov. 10 *at UTSA W, 3-1 Nov. 12 *at TAMU-Corpus Christi W, 3-0 Nov. 18 %vs. Northwestern St. W, 3-1 Nov. 19 %at Central Arkansas W, 3-2 Nov. 20 %vs. UTSA W, 3-1 Dec. 2 ^at No. 5 Texas L, 0-3 ! - Bama Bash (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) @ - Utah State Invite (Logan, Utah) $ - CenturyLink Premier (San Marcos, Texas) # - Mean Green Invite (Denton, Texas) % - Southland Tourney (Conway, Ark.) ^ - NCAA Tournament (Austin, Texas)

Conf. Year W L 1970 - - 1971 - - 1972 - - 1973 - - 1974 - - 1975 - - 1976 - - 1977 - - 1978 - - 1979 - - 1980 - - 1981 - - 1982 - - 1983 10 4 1984 12 5 1985 - - 1986 - - 1987 6 1 1988 6 1 1989 5 2 1990 5 2

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Overall W L T 32 7 0 30 11 0 31 12 0 16 9 7 21 13 2 26 13 1 21 16 2 23 26 0 13 23 4 50 14 0 33 25 2 46 28 1 33 21 0 38 16 0 36 13 0 31 11 0 29 9 0 29 11 0 22 15 0 12 24 0 21 18 0

Conf. Year W L 1991 9 0 1992 6 3 1993 6 3 1994 9 4 1995 14 4 1996 6 10 1997 11 7 1998 14 6 1999 16 4 2000 20 0 2001 8 15 2002 6 14 2003 18 2 2004 17 3 2005 12 6 2006 10 6 2007 10 6 2008 16 3 2009 13 3 2010 12 4 2011 15 1

Overall W L T 21 16 0 18 15 0 15 15 0 18 15 0 19 15 0 16 17 0 15 16 0 25 9 0 22 9 0 29 4 0 11 19 0 10 21 0 23 8 0 27 6 0 17 15 0 15 17 0 21 12 0 23 14 0 22 13 0 19 12 0 27 8 0


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UTAH STATE AGGIES

QUICK FACTS

AGGIE BITS

Location:................................................. Logan, Utah Joined WAC:........................................... July 1, 2005 Enrollment:...................................................... 28,994 Founded:...............................................................1888 Nickname:.........................................................Aggies Colors:..................................... Navy Blue and White President:......................................Dr. Stan Albrecht Athletics Director:..............................Scott Barnes Athletic Department:..................(435) 797-1850 Ticket Office:....................................(435) 797-0305 Web Site:....................www.utahstateaggies.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach .................................. Grayson DuBose Volleyball Office ............................ (435) 797-2068 Arena ...........Dee Glen Smith Spectrum (10,270) All-Time Arena Record .................187-187 (.500) 2011 Record ...........................................12-17 (.414) 2011 WAC Record ........................ 7-7 (.500), T-4th Starters Returning/Lost ....................................5/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................9/4 All-Time Record ...........................578-666-8 (.465) All-Time WAC Record .........................59-51 (.536) WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................0 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................1 Last WAC Title ..................................................... 2010 NCAA Appearances ....4 (2000-01, 2005, 2010) NCAA Record ..............................................2-4 (.333) 2011 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 29-110 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 11.15 Blocks Per Set .......................................................2.79 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 15.05

DEE GLEN SMITH SPECTRUM

n Utah State returns five starters and nine letterwinners from last year’s team that went 12-17 on

the season and finished tied for fourth-place in the WAC with a 7-7 league record.

n Last season, Utah State finished ranked first in the WAC in blocks (2.79), second in digs (15.05),

sixth in hitting percentage (.168), seventh in kills (11.15) and assists (10.38), and eighth in service aces (0.97). The Aggies also ranked 10th in the NCAA in blocks.

n Josselyn White

ranked seventh in the WAC in points (3.45), eighth in blocks (1.01) and ninth in kills (2.73) per set last year. Paige Neves ranked seventh in the WAC in assists (8.83 per set). Alyssa Everett was second in the WAC in blocks (1.27), while Kaitlyn Van Hoff finished fourth (1.19).

n Utah State had eight players (Laurel Bodily, Everett, Nicole Gneiting-Theurer, Kassi Hargrove, Liz

McArthur, Neves, Shay Sorensen and White) earn Academic All-WAC honors in 2011.

n Liz McArthur was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII first team for the second con-

secutive year with a 3.67 grade-point average in family, consumer and human development.

n Utah

State returns two players who earned WAC honors in 2011. Sorensen was named to the All-WAC second team, while Neves was named to the All-Freshman team. In 2010, Sorensen was part of the WAC All-Tournament Team.

n Utah State returns 63.7 percent of its kills (782/1,227), 70.6 percent of its points (1,159/1,640.5),

66.4 percent of its service aces (71/107), 60.3 percent of its digs (998/1,656), 78.8 percent of its blocks (467/593), and 93.6 percent of its assists (1,069/1,142) from the 2011 season.

n Utah State is 95-45 (.679) at home in the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum over the last 13 years, includ-

ing a 72-35 (.673) record in conference play.

2012 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 24 !Portland Aug. 24 !Utah Aug. 25 !Southern Utah Aug. 25 !Weber State Aug. 31 @vs. Montana Sept. 1 @vs. Sacred Heart Sept. 1 @at San Diego State Sept. 7 #vs. Saint Mary’s Sept. 8 #at Kansas State Sept. 13 *at UTSA Sept. 15 *at Texas State Sept. 20 *Seattle U Sept. 22 *Idaho Sept. 27 *at Louisiana Tech Sept. 29 *at UT Arlington Oct. 4 *New Mexico State Oct. 6 *Denver Oct. 9 Utah Valley

Time 10 a.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 12 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Time Oct. 13 *San Jose State 7 p.m. Oct. 15 *UTSA 7 p.m. Oct. 18 *at Idaho 7 p.m. Oct. 20 *at Seattle U 7 p.m. Oct. 25 *UT Arlington 7 p.m. Oct. 27 *Louisiana Tech 7 p.m. Nov. 1 *at Denver 7 p.m. Nov. 3 *at New Mexico State 7 p.m. Nov. 10 *at San Jose State 7 p.m. Nov. 14 *Texas State 7 p.m. Nov. 19-21 WAC Tournament TBD (San Antonio, Texas) ! - Utah State Invitational (Logan, Utah) @ - Aztec Invitational (San Diego, Calif.) # - Kansas State Invitational (Manhattan, Kan.) *WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

AGGIE ADMINISTRATION

Stan Albrecht President

Ken White Faculty Representative

Scott Barnes Athletics Director 56 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Jana Doggett Executive Associate AD/SWA

Zach Fisher Sports Information Director


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UTAH STATE COACHING STAFF

GRAYSON DuBOSE Alma Mater: BYU, ‘93 Overall Record: 92-89 (.508), 6 years School Record: Same WAC Record: 48-46 (.511), 6 years

HEAD COACH FILE n Grayson DuBose is entering his seventh season as Utah State’s head

coach after spending the previous four years as an assistant coach for the Brigham Young men’s team. During his four years at BYU, he helped guide the Cougars to the 2004 National Championship and a national runner-up finish in 2003.

n In his six years at USU, DuBose has amassed a 92-89 record and al-

ready ranks as the second-winningest coach in school history, behind co-head coaches Marilyn McReavy and Mary Jo Peppler (209 wins from 1976-81). DuBose is also the second-longest tenured coach, behind Steve Carlat (1985-91), who spent seven seasons at USU.

n DuBose

was one of five finalists for the 2010 Collegiate Volleyball Update National Coach of the Year. He was also named the WAC’s Coach of the Year in 2007.

n He began his collegiate coaching career at Utah State as an assistant

from 1999-2000, helping the Aggies to the Eastern Division championship of the Big West Conference in 1999 and to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2000, the school’s first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance. USU finished the 2000 season ranked No. 22.

n Under DuBose’s tenure, 22 of his student-athletes have earned Aca-

demic All-WAC honors a total of 47 times. Five players have earned CoSIDA Academic All-District honors seven total times.

n In

his six years as head coach, he has coached two All-American players in Amanda Nielson (2007) and Liz McArthur (2010).

n DuBose

played two years of collegiate volleyball at Golden West Community College in Huntington Beach, Calif.

n He

graduated from Brigham Young with a degree in history and received his teaching certificate from Utah State.

n He and his wife Lenonnie have three children, Kline (14), Cassandra

(12) and Jackson (8).

COACHING RECORDS Year School All 2006 Utah State 13-19 2007 Utah State 17-13 2008 Utah State 11-17 2009 Utah State 15-14 2010 Utah State 24-9 2011 Utah State 12-17

Pct. Conference/Finish .406 6-10/T-6th WAC .567 11-5/3rd WAC .393 9-7/4th WAC .517 6-10/7th WAC .727 9-7/3rd WAC .414 7-7/T-4th WAC

Overall Record 92-89 (.508)/6 years Utah State Record Same WAC Record 48-46 (.511)/6 years 57 WACSports.com

ASSISTANT COACHES Jeremiah Larsen BYU (2006) 2nd Year Taubi Neves Utah State (2003) 6th Year


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UTAH STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

Shay Sorensen

PAIGE NEVES

Josselyn White

S, 5-9, So.

OPP, 6-1, Sr.

OH, 6-3, Sr.

Played in 28 of the Aggies’ 29 matches during the season, starting 26 ... led the team in assists with 874, ranking seventh in the WAC overall in assists at 8.83 per set and also seventh in WAC only matches at 9.1 ... needs 406 assists to break into USU’s career top 10 assists list ... dished out 40 or more assists in six matches during the year highlighted by career-high 50 assists twice, first at Weber State on Sept. 6 and again against Idaho on Nov. 5 ... had the highest hitting percentage on the team, hitting .225 with 56 kills ... finished the year with 16 service aces, 246 digs (2.48 per set) and 70 blocks (0.71 per set) ... earned Academic All-WAC honors ... named to the WAC All-Freshman team.

Played in all 110 sets last year as a junior ... earned second team All-WAC honors after hitting .202 and averaging 2.57 kills, 0.71 digs and 0.86 blocks per set ... ranked second on team in kills (282), including 16 matches with double-digit kills ... posted a career-high 19 kills against New Mexico State on Oct. 27... posted a season-high 12 digs at Utah Valley on Nov. 3 ... played in 32 matches, starting 19, as a sophomore ... recorded double-digit kills nine times ... named to the 2010 WAC All-Tournament Team and MVP of the Montana Invitational ... two-time Academic All-WAC honoree.

Started 20 matches last season, missing eight matches with an injury ... ranked second on the team in kills (210) ... posted a career-high 20 kills against Texas State on Sept. 3 ... recorded double-digit kills 13 times during the season ... posted a career-high 16 digs at Weber State on Sept. 6 ... started 32 matches as a sophomore, when she ranked second on the team in kills (294), and third in total blocks (115) and service aces (29) ... had two double-doubles as a sophomore ... posted a career-high seven block assists against North Dakota on Sept. 11, 2010 ... named to the 2010 Utah Classic All-Tournament Team ... two-time Academic All-WAC honoree.

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 2011 99 56 246 874 70 99 56 246 874 70 Totals

o. N 1 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 12 13 14 17 21 23 26

Name Jocelyn Hobbs Tumua Etimani McKell Staheli Ashlan Rogers Jamaica Alisa Kassi Hargrove Paige Neves Shay Sorensen Shan England Kaitlyn Van Hoff Alyssa Everett Rachel Orr Candace Richins Josselyn White Elle Brainard

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 13 14 6 1 0 2009 2010 111 244 28 3 90 110 283 78 10 95 2011 Totals 234 541 112 14 185

2012 UTAH STATE NUMERICAL ROSTER Pos. Ht. MB 6-2 OH 5-10 L 5-3 L 5-9 OH 5-10 S 5-7 S 5-9 OPP 6-1 MB 6-3 MB 6-0 MB 6-2 OH 6-0 OH 6-1 OH 6-3 OPP 6-5

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

Hometown (Previous School) Rexburg, Idaho (Western Wyoming CC) Richardson, Texas (Canyon Creek Christian Academy) Pleasant Grove, Utah (Pleasant Grove) Highland, Utah (Lone Peak) St. George, Utah (Snow Canyon) Reno, Nev. (Bishop Manogue) Otto, Wyo. (Burlington) North Ogden, Utah (Weber) Cave Creek, Ariz. (Cactus Shadow) Draper, Utah (Alta) Perry, Utah (College of Southern Idaho) Thatcher, Ariz. (Thatcher) Kaysville, Utah (Davis) Smithfield, Utah (Sky View) Saratoga Springs, Utah (Westlake)

Top Returnees Paige Neves Shay Sorensen Kaitlyn Van Hoff Josselyn White

UTAH STATE Profile Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA S 5-9 So. 56 246 874 70 16 OPP 6-1 Sr. 283 78 10 95 1 MB 6-0 So. 103 29 17 117 1 OH 6-3 Sr. 210 176 11 78 14

Top Newcomers Jocelyn Hobbs Candace Richins McKell Staheli

Pos. MB OH LIB

Key Losses Liz McArthur Laurel Bodily

Pos. Ht. Yr. K D OH 6-1 Sr. 406 254 L 5-6 Jr. 1 397

Ht. 6-2 6-1 5-3

Yr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown (Previous School) Rexburg, Idaho (Western Wyoming CC) Kaysville, Utah (Davis) Pleasant Grove, Utah (Pleasant Grove) A 7 50

Career Statistics Year SP K DIG AST TB 84 109 25 2 65 2009 2010 122 294 228 22 115 77 210 176 11 78 2011 Totals 283 613 429 35 258

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MEDIA INFORMATION Sports Information

Director Doug Hoffman Volleyball Contact Zach Fisher Address 7400 Old Main Hill Logan, UT 84322-7400 Office Number (435) 797-2066 Fisher’s Cell Number (435) 213-0318 Fisher’s E-Mail zach.fisher@usu.edu Fax Number (435) 797-2615 Press Row (435) 797-3443

Media Outlets

Logan Herald Journal: Office: (435) 752-2121

Shawn Harrison Fax: (435) 753-6642

Salt Lake Tribune: Office: (801) 257-8900

Tony Jones Fax: (801) 257-8950

Utah Statesman: Office: (435) 797-1761

Tavin Stucki Fax: (435) 797-1760

Deseret News: Office: (801) 237-2161

Kraig Williams Fax: (801) 237-2543 UTAH STATE CAMPUS

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UTAH STATE 2011 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 12-17 Home: 7-4

Away: 4-9

Neutral: 1-4

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE McArthur, Liz 109 29-29 406 3.72 195 1304 .162 7 0.06 22 23 0.20 27 254 2.33 3 46 49 0.45 4 0 White, Josselyn 77 21-20 210 2.73 82 767 .167 11 0.14 14 11 0.18 16 176 2.29 5 73 78 1.01 7 1 Sorensen, Shay 110 29-28 283 2.57 134 737 .202 10 0.09 1 4 0.01 3 78 0.71 3 92 95 0.86 5 3 Orr, Rachel 45 21-6 78 1.73 53 273 .092 4 0.09 3 6 0.07 5 73 1.62 0 18 18 0.40 2 0 Van Hoff, Kaitlyn 98 27-24 103 1.05 55 256 .188 17 0.17 1 2 0.01 2 29 0.30 4 113 117 1.19 10 3 Everett, Alyssa 63 23-17 39 0.62 24 111 .135 5 0.08 0 1 0.00 1 11 0.17 3 77 80 1.27 12 2 Neves, Paige 99 28-26 56 0.57 24 142 .225 874 8.83 16 34 0.16 0 246 2.48 1 69 70 0.71 7 29 Gneiting-Theurer, N. 69 21-16 38 0.55 20 109 .165 16 0.23 0 0 0.00 1 7 0.10 1 76 77 1.12 7 2 Etimani, Tumua 101 29-1 9 0.09 3 29 .207 1 0.01 9 29 0.09 0 44 0.44 0 4 4 0.04 0 0 Hargrove, Kassi 29 14-3 1 0.03 1 8 .000 122 4.21 4 5 0.14 0 53 1.83 0 5 5 0.17 0 4 Rogers, Ashlan 110 29-4 3 0.03 2 21 .048 25 0.23 23 28 0.21 24 287 2.61 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Bodily, Laurel 107 28-0 1 0.01 1 10 .000 50 0.47 14 22 0.13 29 397 3.71 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 3 1-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 2 0.00 0 1 0.33 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Alisa, Jamaica Team 11 Utah State 110 1227 11.15 594 3767 .168 1142 10.38 107 167 0.97 119 1656 15.05 20 573 306.5 2.79 54 45 Opponents 110 1459 13.26 725 4151 .177 1358 12.35 119 194 1.08 107 1686 15.33 42 397 240.5 2.19 49 33

WAC Matches: Record: 7-7

Home: 5-2

Away: 2-5

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP-MS K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE McArthur, Liz 53 14-14 213 4.02 91 614 .199 2 0.04 14 16 0.26 15 116 2.19 2 21 23 0.43 0 0 Sorensen, Shay 53 14-14 150 2.83 59 369 .247 7 0.13 1 3 0.02 1 34 0.64 1 44 45 0.85 3 3 White, Josselyn 22 6-6 49 2.23 24 181 .138 2 0.09 4 0 0.18 8 36 1.64 0 17 17 0.77 1 0 32 12-5 65 2.03 42 220 .105 3 0.09 3 6 0.09 5 63 1.97 0 15 15 0.47 2 0 Orr, Rachel Van Hoff, Kaitlyn 48 13-13 56 1.17 34 145 .152 10 0.21 0 0 0.00 1 17 0.35 3 49 52 1.08 2 1 22 0.71 10 55 .218 6 0.19 0 0 0.00 1 3 0.10 0 31 31 1.00 1 1 Gneiting-Theurer, N. 31 9-7 Everett, Alyssa 32 11-8 18 0.56 10 44 .182 2 0.06 0 0 0.00 0 5 0.16 3 37 40 1.25 5 0 Neves, Paige 50 14-14 28 0.56 14 73 .192 455 9.10 11 19 0.22 0 122 2.44 1 30 31 0.62 3 10 50 14-0 7 0.14 3 23 .174 1 0.02 2 14 0.04 0 19 0.38 0 4 4 0.08 0 0 Etimani, Tumua Bodily, Laurel 53 14-0 1 0.02 0 6 .167 31 0.58 8 11 0.15 12 160 3.02 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 53 14-3 1 0.02 1 13 .000 14 0.26 13 12 0.25 14 128 2.42 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Rogers, Ashlan Hargrove, Kassi 13 6-0 0 0.00 1 2 -.500 29 2.23 2 2 0.15 0 9 0.69 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 Alisa, Jamaica 3 1-0 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 2 0.00 0 1 0.33 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 7 Team Utah State 53 610 11.51 289 1745 .184 562 10.60 58 85 1.09 64 713 13.45 10 248 134.0 2.53 17 18 Opponents 53 662 12.49 344 1861 .171 611 11.53 64 98 1.21 58 702 13.25 19 204 121.0 2.28 22 17

2011 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Aug. 26 !vs. Pacific L, 0-3 Aug. 27 !vs. Drake W, 3-0 Aug. 27 !at Southern Utah L, 2-3 Sept. 1 @Idaho State L, 2-3 Sept. 2 @Syracuse W, 3-1 Sept. 3 @ Texas State W, 3-2 Sept. 6 at Weber State W, 3-2 Sept. 9 #vs. Oregon State L, 0-3 Sept. 10 #at No. 22 Long Beach St. L, 0-3 Sept. 10 #vs. SMU L, 1-3 Sept. 13 Brigham Young L, 0-3 Sept. 16 at UC Irvine L, 1-3 Sept. 17 at Cal State Fullerton W, 3-1 Sept. 22 *San Jose State W, 3-0 Sept. 24 *No. 11 Hawai‘i L, 1-3 Sept. 29 *at Louisiana Tech W, 3-1 Oct. 1 *at New Mexico State L, 0-3 Oct. 7 *at Idaho L, 0-3

Date Opponent Result Oct. 13 *Fresno State W, 3-1 Oct. 15 *Nevada W, 3-0 Oct. 19 *at San Jose State L, 0-3 Oct. 21 *at No. 8 Hawai‘i L, 0-3 Oct. 27 *NM State W, 3-2 Oct. 29 *Louisiana Tech W, 3-0 Nov. 3 at Utah Valley L, 0-3 Nov. 5 *Idaho L, 2-3 Nov. 10 *at Nevada W, 3-1 Nov. 12 *at Fresno State L, 2-3 Nov. 21 %vs. No. 5 Fresno State L, 0-3 !Southern Utah Tourney (Cedar City, Utah) @Utah State Invitational (Logan, Utah) #Long Beach St. Classic (Long Beach, Calif.) *WAC Match %WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.)

Conf. Year W L 1976 7 5 1977 10 1 1978 10 2 1979 10 0 1980 9 1 1981 9 1 1982 - - 1983 - - 1984 0 12 1985 0 12 1986 3 9 1987 0 12 1988 1 11 1989 2 10 1990 3 15 1991 0 18 1992 1 17 1993 4 14

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Overall W L T 16 11 0 46 11 2 42 4 2 35 5 2 37 15 0 33 19 0 29 20 0 17 30 2 12 27 0 1 33 0 18 15 0 7 26 0 8 20 0 12 16 0 7 28 0 2 29 0 4 27 0 7 27 0

Conf. Year W L 1994 1 17 1995 0 18 1996 3 13 1997 7 9 1998 4 12 1999 11 5 2000 10 6 2001 12 6 2002 7 11 2003 10 8 2004 5 13 2005 11 5 2006 6 10 2007 11 5 2008 9 7 2009 6 10 2010 9 7 2011 7 7

Overall W L T 2 28 0 0 30 0 7 27 0 18 15 0 8 22 0 14 12 0 22 10 0 20 11 0 14 16 0 18 12 0 9 18 0 21 13 0 13 19 0 16 13 0 11 17 0 15 14 0 24 9 0 12 17 0


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2011 TEAM STATISTICS ALL MATCHES

SERVICE ACES

HITTING EFFICIENCY Team Hawai’i New Mexico State Idaho Fresno State San Jose State Utah State Nevada Louisiana Tech

S K E ATT Pct 118 1705 540 4007 .291 113 1564 681 4033 .219 101 1303 533 3562 .216 108 1388 679 3642 .195 105 1292 591 3647 .192 110 1227 594 3767 .168 91 1090 582 3086 .165 111 1113 645 3837 .122

KILLS Team Hawai’i New Mexico State Idaho Fresno State San Jose State Nevada Utah State Louisiana Tech

S K Avg 118 1705 14.45 113 1564 13.84 101 1303 12.90 108 1388 12.85 105 1292 12.30 91 1090 11.98 110 1227 11.15 111 1113 10.03

S Ast. Avg 118 1569 13.30 113 1446 12.80 108 1316 12.19 101 1213 12.01 105 1209 11.51 91 1018 11.19 110 1142 10.38 111 1012 9.12

Team Hawai’i New Mexico State Fresno State Idaho Nevada San Jose State Utah State Louisiana Tech

S D Avg 101 1535 15.20 110 1656 15.05 111 1667 15.02 113 1669 14.77 118 1734 14.69 105 1506 14.34 108 1372 12.70 91 1139 12.52

Team Idaho Hawai’i Utah State New Mexico State Fresno State Nevada San Jose State Louisiana Tech

DIGS

S BS BA TB Avg 110 20 573 306.5 2.79 118 57 518 316.0 2.68 101 32 460 262.0 2.59 113 68 383 259.5 2.30 108 32 350 207.0 1.92 105 36 327 199.5 1.90 91 35 264 167.0 1.84 111 47 262 178.0 1.60

S 47 48 55 54 48 49 53 44

Ast. Avg 597 12.70 594 12.38 673 12.24 648 12.00 549 11.44 557 11.37 562 10.60 342 7.77

BLOCKING

Team Idaho Utah State Louisiana Tech New Mexico State Hawai’i San Jose State Fresno State Nevada

WAC MATCHES Team Hawai’i New Mexico State Idaho San Jose State Fresno State Utah State Nevada Louisiana Tech

Team Hawai’i New Mexico State Fresno State Idaho San Jose State Nevada Utah State Louisiana Tech

S K E ATT Pct 47 663 204 1514 .303 48 649 271 1618 .234 54 698 266 1862 .232 49 605 256 1694 .206 55 711 343 1858 .198 53 610 289 1745 .184 48 582 307 1599 .172 44 377 273 1473 .071

S 47 48 55 54 49 48 53 44

S BS BA TB Avg 54 23 251 148.5 2.75 47 22 210 127.0 2.70 53 10 248 134.0 2.53 48 30 156 108.0 2.25 55 21 183 112.5 2.05 48 16 142 87.0 1.81 49 18 113 74.5 1.52 44 8 75 45.5 1.03

SERVICE ACES

KILLS

BLOCKING Team Utah State Hawai’i Idaho New Mexico State Fresno State San Jose State Nevada Louisiana Tech

ASSISTS S SA Avg 118 179 1.52 108 158 1.46 91 115 1.26 111 137 1.23 113 138 1.22 105 118 1.12 101 103 1.02 110 107 0.97

HITTING EFFICIENCY

ASSISTS Team Hawai’i New Mexico State Fresno State Idaho San Jose State Nevada Utah State Louisiana Tech

Team Hawai’i Fresno State Nevada Louisiana Tech New Mexico State San Jose State Idaho Utah State

K Avg 663 14.11 649 13.52 711 12.93 698 12.93 605 12.35 582 12.12 610 11.51 377 8.57

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Team Hawai’i Fresno State New Mexico State San Jose State Nevada Idaho Utah State Louisiana Tech

S SA Avg 47 83 1.77 55 78 1.42 48 68 1.42 49 59 1.20 48 57 1.19 54 62 1.15 53 58 1.09 44 34 0.7

DIGS Team Idaho Hawai’i San Jose State New Mexico State Utah State Fresno State Louisiana Tech Nevada

S 54 47 49 48 53 55 44 48

D Avg 815 15.09 657 13.98 684 13.96 662 13.79 713 13.45 696 12.65 556 12.64 551 11.48


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2011 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ALL MATCHES HITTING PERCENTAGE (Minimum .200/4.0 attacks per set) Player S K Hartong, Emily, UH 115 256 Brennan, Kelsey, NMSU 110 302 Clarke, Brianna, FS 108 271 Satele, Chanteal, UH 100 215 Hewitt, Brittany, UH 112 213 Lea’ea, Tessa, NEV 90 223 Akana, Alex, SJSU 98 200 Miraldi, Kylie, SJSU 99 203 Schultz, Alyssa, UI 83 127 Murdock, Maci, FS 90 149

E Att Pct 66 515 .369 88 605 .354 78 550 .351 58 460 .341 60 471 .325 69 488 .316 63 443 .309 52 504 .300 36 307 .296 51 338 .290

KILLS (Minimum 3.00 per set) Player Hays, Meredith, NMSU Walker, Allison, UI Danielson, Kanani, UH McArthur, Liz, USU Milo, Alicia, UI Croson, Jane, UH Leaf, Savanah, SJSU Brennan, Kelsey, NMSU White, Josselyn, USU Batista, Janelle, NEV

S No. Avg 113 500 4.42 96 407 4.24 115 475 4.13 109 406 3.72 97 355 3.66 115 412 3.58 87 257 2.95 110 302 2.75 77 210 2.73 85 227 2.67

ASSISTS (Minimum 10.00 per set) Player S No. Avg Uiato, Mita, UH 117 1315 11.24 Feicht, Jenny, UI 81 898 11.09 DeVries, Jennah, NMSU 113 1218 10.78 Santiago, Tatiana, NEV 91 880 9.67 Andrade, Caitlin, SJSU 102 976 9.57 Alcantara, Barbara, FS 108 1001 9.27 Neves, Paige, USU 99 874 8.83 Bin, Bianca, LATECH 104 803 7.72 SERVICE ACES (Minimum 0.20 per set) Player Croson, Jane, UH Anxo, Grace, NEV Alcantara, Barbara, FS Wild, Korrin, FS Agraz, Cecilia, FS Phillips, Kelsi, NMSU Feicht, Jenny, UI Pieper, Kiely, SJSU Hays, Meredith, NMSU Hartong, Emily, UH

S 115 86 108 108 105 113 81 66 113 115

No. Avg 42 0.37 30 0.35 34 0.31 34 0.31 33 0.31 35 0.31 25 0.31 20 0.30 32 0.28 31 0.27

BLOCKS (Minimum 0.75 per set) Player S BS BA Tot Hewitt, Brittany, UH 112 19 133 152.0 Everett, Alyssa, USU 63 3 77 80.0 Schultz, Alyssa, UI 83 7 98 105.0 VanHoff, Kaitlyn, USU 98 4 113 117.0 Kuester, Michelle, NMSU 107 17 110 127.0 Gneiting-Theurer, N., USU 69 1 76 77.0 Sele, Alex, UI 99 10 97 107.0 White, Josselyn, USU 77 5 73 78.0

Avg 1.36 1.27 1.27 1.19 1.19 1.12 1.08 1.01

DIGS (Minimum 2.00 per set) Player S Salas, Stephany, LATECH 88 Hamilton, Cassie, UI 101 Phillips, Kelsi, NMSU 113 Bodily, Laurel, USU 107 Chang, Kelly, NEV 91 Danielson, Kanani, UH 115 Wild, Korrin, FS 108 Vido, Clara, LATECH 83 Croson, Jane, UH 115 Lee, Christina, FS 108

No. Avg 407 4.62 446 4.42 467 4.13 397 3.71 312 3.43 359 3.12 331 3.06 252 3.04 342 2.97 310 2.87

POINTS Player S K SA BS BA Pts. Hays, Meredith, NMSU 113 500 32 12 29 558.5 Danielson, Kanani, UH 115 475 19 16 53 536.5 Walker, Allison, UI 96 407 8 3 54 445.0 McArthur, Liz, USU 109 406 22 3 46 454.0 Croson, Jane, UH 115 412 42 7 33 477.5 Milo, Alicia, UI 97 355 22 4 28 395.0 White, Josselyn, USU 77 210 14 5 73 265.5 Leaf, Savanah, SJSU 87 257 17 4 31 293.5 Batista, Janelle, NEV 85 227 17 11 42 276.0 Clarke, Brianna, FS 108 271 19 9 90 344.0

Avg 4.94 4.67 4.64 4.17 4.15 4.07 3.45 3.37 3.25 3.19

WAC MATCHES HITTING PERCENTAGE (Minimum .200/4.0 attacks per set) Player S K Satele, Chanteal, UH 37 76 Brennan, Kelsey, NMSU 48 130 Hartong, Emily, UH 45 103 Miraldi, Kylie, SJSU 47 103 Clarke, Brianna, FS 55 136 Schultz, Alyssa, UI 45 69 Danielson, Kanani, UH 44 174 Akana, Alex, SJSU 47 102 Scott, Desiree, NMSU 46 66 Lea’ea, Tessa, NEV 48 116

E Att Pct 17 155 .381 38 260 .354 28 212 .354 22 239 .339 40 285 .337 18 152 .336 40 402 .333 32 225 .311 23 140 .307 38 255 .306

KILLS (Minimum 3.00 per set) Player Walker, Allison, UI Hays, Meredith, NMSU McArthur, Liz, USU Danielson, Kanani, UH Wild, Korrin, FS Milo, Alicia, UI Croson, Jane, UH Leaf, Savanah, SJSU Sorensen, Shay, USU Braz, Marcella, LATECH

S No. Avg 49 211 4.31 48 206 4.29 53 213 4.02 44 174 3.95 55 214 3.89 51 191 3.75 44 157 3.57 39 117 3.00 53 150 2.83 37 102 2.76

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ASSISTS (Minimum 10.00 per set) Player S No. Avg Alcantara, Barbara, FS 55 607 11.04 Feicht, Jenny, UI 52 567 10.90 DeVries, Jennah, NMSU 48 515 10.73 Uiato, Mita, UH 46 483 10.50 Santiago, Tatiana, NEV 48 474 9.88 Andrade, Caitlin, SJSU 48 452 9.42 Neves, Paige, USU 50 455 9.10 Bin, Bianca, LATECH 41 277 6.76 SERVICE ACES (Minimum 0.20 per set) Player Croson, Jane, UH Pieper, Kiely, SJSU Hays, Meredith, NMSU Wild, Korrin, FS Feicht, Jenny, UI Hartong, Emily, UH Agraz, Cecilia, FS Phillips, Kelsi, NMSU Anxo, Grace, NEV Alcantara, Barbara, FS

S 44 44 48 55 52 45 54 48 43 55

No. Avg 17 0.39 17 0.39 18 0.38 20 0.36 17 0.33 14 0.31 16 0.30 14 0.29 12 0.28 15 0.27

BLOCKS (Minimum 0.75 per set) Player S BS BA Tot Adolpho, Kalei, UH 25 1 36 37.0 Hewitt, Brittany, UH 41 5 49 54.0 Sele, Alex, UI 52 7 61 68.0 Everett, Alyssa, USU 32 3 37 40.0 Kuester, Michelle, NMSU 48 9 47 56.0 Lea’ea, Tessa, NEV 48 5 48 53.0 Schultz, Alyssa, UI 45 5 44 49.0 VanHoff, Kaitlyn, USU 48 3 49 52.0 Gneiting-Theurer, N., USU 31 0 31 31.0

DIGS (Minimum 2.00 per set) Player Hamilton, Cassie, UI Phillips, Kelsi, NMSU Salas, Stephany, LATECH Lee, Christina, FS Chang, Kelly, NEV Bodily, Laurel, USU Blake, Elizabeth, UH Miller, Krista, SJSU DeVries, Jennah, NMSU Danielson, Kanani, UH

S 54 48 34 55 48 53 42 43 48 44

Avg 1.48 1.32 1.31 1.25 1.17 1.10 1.09 1.08 1.00

No. Avg 236 4.37 194 4.04 134 3.94 199 3.62 167 3.48 160 3.02 117 2.79 119 2.77 131 2.73 119 2.70

POINTS Player Hays, Meredith, NMSU Walker, Allison, UI Danielson, Kanani, UH McArthur, Liz, USU Wild, Korrin, FS Milo, Alicia, UI Croson, Jane, UH Sorensen, Shay, USU Clarke, Brianna, FS Leaf, Savanah, SJSU

S 48 49 44 53 55 51 44 53 55 39

K SA BS BA Pts. 206 18 2 12 232.0 211 4 2 22 228.0 174 8 8 23 201.5 213 14 2 21 239.5 214 20 3 18 246.0 191 11 3 14 212.0 157 17 1 13 181.5 150 1 1 44 174.0 136 15 5 44 178.0 117 4 1 8 126.0

Avg 4.83 4.65 4.58 4.52 4.47 4.16 4.12 3.28 3.24 3.23


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2011 SUPERLATIVES INDIVIDUAL HIGHS

TEAM HIGHS

HITTING PERCENTAGE (minimum 12 kills)

HITTING PERCENTAGE (K-E-TA) (minimum 40 kills)

KILLS (K-E-TA)

KILLS (K-E-TA)

.733 (12- 1-15) 3s .727 (16- 0-22) 3s .684 (15- 2-19) 4s .680 (18- 1-25) 3s .667 (16- 0-24) 4s .667 (12- 0-18) 4s .650 (14- 1-20) 5s .613 (20- 1-31) 5s .591 (13- 0-22) 3s .571 (12- 0-21) 3s

31 (31-16-71) 4s 28 (28-12-62) 5s 27 (27-11-56) 5s 26 (26- 9-69) 5s 25 (25-14-57) 5s 25 (25-10-59) 5s 25 (25-12-65) 5s 24 (24-10-67) 3s 24 (24- 5-61) 5s 24 (24- 6-54) 4s

Clarke, Brianna (Fresno State) at Utah State (Nov 21, 2011) Croson, Jane (Hawai’i) vs Rice (Sep 08, 2011) Albertson, Lauren (Fresno State) vs SJSU (Oct 29, 2011) McArthur, Liz (Utah State) vs Nevada (Oct 15, 2011) Brennan, Kelsey (NM State) at Northwestern St. (Sep 10, 2011) Walker, Rylee (Idaho) vs New Mexico State (Oct 29, 2011) Lea’ea, Tessa (Nevada) vs Portland (Aug 26, 2011) Batista, Janelle (Nevada) vs Portland (Aug 26, 2011) Brennan, Kelsey (New Mexico State) at Idaho (Nov 22, 2011) Ziegler, Stephanie (NM State) at Nevada (Oct 06, 2011)

Hays, Meredith (New Mexico State) vs CSU (Nov 26, 2011) Milo, Alicia (Idaho) at Utah State (Nov 05, 2011) Wild, Korrin (Fresno State) vs Utah State (Nov 12, 2011) McArthur, Liz (Utah State) vs Idaho (Nov 05, 2011) Hays, Meredith (NM State) at Utah State (Oct 27, 2011) Croson, Jane (Hawai’i) vs Southern California (Dec 09, 2011) McArthur, Liz (Utah State) at Weber State (Sep 06, 2011) Walker, Allison (Idaho) at Eastern Washington (Oct 05, 2011) Danielson, Kanani (Hawai’i) vs Fresno State (Nov 22, 2011) Danielson, Kanani (Hawai’i) at Idaho (Sep 22, 2011)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 74 (16-15-74) 4s 71 (31-16-71) 4s 69 (21- 8-69) 5s 69 (26- 9-69) 5s 67 (24-10-67) 3s

McArthur, Liz (Utah State) vs Hawai’i (Sep 24, 2011) Hays, Meredith (New Mexico State) vs CSU (Nov 26, 2011) Danielson, Kanani (Hawai’i) vs USC (Dec 09, 2011) McArthur, Liz (Utah State) vs Idaho (Nov 05, 2011) Walker, Allison (Idaho) at Eastern Wash. (Oct 05, 2011)

ASSISTS 65 (5s) 63 (5s) 62 (5s) 60 (5s) 59 (5s)

DIGS

35 (5s) 30 (4s) 30 (5s) 29 (5s) 29 (5s)

Uiato, Mita (Hawai’i) vs Southern California (Dec 09, 2011) Santiago, Tatiana (Nevada) vs Portland (Aug 26, 2011) Andrade, Caitlin (San Jose State) vs Idaho (Oct 21, 2011) Feicht, Jenny (Idaho) at Utah State (Nov 05, 2011) DeVries, Jennah (New Mexico State) at Utah State (Oct 27, 2011)

Salas, Stephany (Louisiana Tech) at Houston Baptist (Sep 17, 2011) Phillips, Kelsi (New Mexico State) vs Idaho (Sep 29, 2011) Bodily, Laurel (Utah State) at Weber State (Sep 06, 2011) Salas, Stephany (Louisiana Tech) at Southeastern La. (Sep 02, 2011) Wild, Korrin (Fresno State) vs Cal Poly (Aug 26, 2011)

SERVICE ACES 6 (4s) 4

Hartong, Emily (Hawai’i) vs Wichita State (Aug 27, 2011) Nine players

BLOCKS (BS-BA) 14 ( 2-12) 4s 14 ( 0-14) 4s 12 ( 4- 8) 5s 11 ( 2- 9) 5s

Hewitt, Brittany (Hawai’i) vs Pepperdine (Sep 16, 2011) Miraldi, Kylie (San Jose State) vs UC Riverside (Sep 17, 2011) Hewitt, Brittany (Hawai’i) vs Long Beach State (Sep 2, 2011) Hewitt, Brittany (Hawai’i) vs Southern California (Dec 09, 2011)

.494 (47- 9- 77) 3s .486 (43- 9- 70) 3s .432 (46- 8- 88) 3s .427 (43-11- 75) 3s .417 (49- 9- 96) 3s .398 (44- 9- 88) 3s .392 (48-10- 97) 3s .388 (42- 9- 85) 3s .383 (43-12- 81) 3s .381 (51-14- 97) 3s

78 (78-21-154) 5s 76 (76-29-191) 5s 75 (75-30-205) 5s 72 (72-32-181) 4s 70 (70-30-165) 5s 69 (69-33-165) 5s 69 (69-25-170) 5s 68 (68-25-167) 4s 66 (66-22-152) 5s 65 (65-36-188) 5s 65 (65-30-166) 5s 65 (65-23-154) 5s

33.5 (31-1-1-1) 4s 31.0 (28-3-0-0) 5s 29.5 (27-0-0-5) 5s 28.5 (25-2-1-1) 5s 28.0 (26-1-0-2) 5s 28.0 (23-2-1-4) 5s

Hays, Meredith (New Mexico State) vs CSU (Nov 26, 2011) Milo, Alicia (Idaho) at Utah State (Nov 05, 2011) Wild, Korrin (Fresno State) vs Utah State (Nov 12, 2011) Hays, Meredith (NM State) at Utah State (Oct 27, 2011) McArthur, Liz (Utah State) vs Idaho (Nov 05, 2011) Wild, Korrin (Fresno State) at Nevada (Sep 24, 2011)

Nevada vs Portland (Aug 26, 2011) San Jose State vs Idaho (Oct 21, 2011) Hawai’i vs Southern California (Dec 09, 2011) New Mexico State vs Colorado State (Nov 26, 2011) New Mexico State at Utah State (Oct 27, 2011) Fresno State vs Utah State (Nov 12, 2011) Idaho at Utah State (Nov 05, 2011) Hawai’i at Idaho (Sep 22, 2011) Fresno State at Nevada (Sep 24, 2011) Fresno State at Hawai’i (Nov 22, 2011) New Mexico State vs Hawai’i (Oct 12, 2011) Fresno State at UNLV (Sep 16, 2011)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 205 (75-30-205) 5s 191 (76-29-191) 5s 189 (53-27-189) 5s 188 (58-45-188) 5s 188 (65-36-188) 5s

Hawai’i vs Southern California (Dec 09, 2011) San Jose State vs Idaho (Oct 21, 2011) Louisiana Tech at Houston Baptist (Sep 17, 2011) Fresno State vs Cal Poly (Aug 26, 2011) Fresno State at Hawai’i (Nov 22, 2011)

ASSISTS 74 (5s) 72 (5s) 70 (5s) 65 (5s) 65 (5s) 65 (4s)

DIGS

102 (5s) 99 (5s) 91 (5s) 90 (4s) 89 (5s)

Nevada vs Portland (Aug 26, 2011) Hawai’i vs Southern California (Dec 09, 2011) San Jose State vs Idaho (Oct 21, 2011) Fresno State at UNLV (Sep 16, 2011) Idaho at Utah State (Nov 05, 2011) New Mexico State vs Colorado State (Nov 26, 2011)

Louisiana Tech at Houston Baptist (Sep 17, 2011) Louisiana Tech at Southeastern La. (Sep 02, 2011) Hawai’i vs Southern California (Dec 09, 2011) San Jose State at Pacific (Sep 15, 2011) Utah State at Weber State (Sep 06, 2011)

SERVICE ACES 13 (4s) 13 (4s) 11 (4s) 11 (3s) 11 (4s)

BLOCKS POINTS (K-A-BS-BA)

Nevada vs Louisiana Tech (Oct 08, 2011) Hawai’i vs Fresno State (Oct 1, 2011) Utah State vs Nevada (Oct 15, 2011) San Jose State at Hampton (Sep 03, 2011) Hawai’i vs Rice (Sep 08, 2011) Hawai’i vs Arizona (Aug 28, 2011) New Mexico State vs San Jose State (Oct 15, 2011) Hawai’i vs Nevada (Sep 29, 2011) Fresno State at CSU Bakersfield (Oct 19, 2011) Fresno State at Utah State (Nov 21, 2011)

20.0 (5s) 19.5 (4s) 19.5 (5s) 19.0 (5s) 18.0 (4s) 18.0 (4s)

Hawai’i vs Wichita State (Aug 27, 2011) Louisiana Tech at Southeastern La. (Sep 16, 2011) San Jose State at Fresno State (Oct 29, 2011) Hawai’i vs New Mexico State (Nov 12, 2011) Louisiana Tech vs Southeastern La. (Sep 09, 2011)

Hawai’i vs Long Beach State (Sep 2, 2011) Hawai’i at Utah State (Sep 24, 2011) Louisiana Tech at Rutgers (Aug 27, 2011) Utah State at Southern Utah (Aug 27, 2011) Hawai’i vs Pepperdine (Sep 16, 2011) Utah State at Cal State Fullerton (Sep 17, 2011)

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WAC RECORDS INDIVIDUAL/TEAM MATCH

SEASON

TEAM RECORDS / All Matches Kills: 116 316 Attempts: Hitting Percentage: .630 Assists: 107 Service Aces: 19 140 Digs: 17 Block Solos: Block Assists: 50

Hawai‘i vs. Brigham Young (Nov. 28, 1998) Hawai‘i vs. Brigham Young (Nov. 28, 1998) Hawai‘i vs. Prairie View A&M (Dec. 2, 1999) Hawai‘i vs. Brigham Young (Nov. 28, 1998) San Diego State vs. Utah (Oct. 11, 1991) Tulsa vs. Grambling (Sept. 4, 2002) UTEP vs. New Mexico State (Sept. 21, 1993) Fresno State vs. Utah (Sept. 12, 1992) Brigham Young vs. Colorado State (Nov. 27, 1996)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS / All Matches

Kills: 43 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i vs. San Jose State (Oct. 18, 2001) Attempts: 105 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i vs. Pacific (Nov. 24, 2001) Hitting Percentage: .889 Heather Bown, Hawai‘i vs. Tulsa (Nov. 5, 1999) (Minimum 15 attempts) Assists: 95 Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i vs. BYU (Nov. 28, 1998) Service Aces: 11 Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i vs. Washington (Sept. 13, 2008) Digs: 47 Jessie Shull, San Jose State vs. Santa Clara (Sept. 2, 2006) 38 Suzanne Stonebarger, Nevada vs. San Jose State (Sept. 29, 2000) {before Libero} Block Solos: 11 Kari Stacy, UTEP vs. Tulsa (Sept. 30, 2004) Block Assists: 17 Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i vs. Utah (Nov. 25, 1997)

TEAM RECORDS / WAC Matches (Regular Season Only) Kills: 109 Attempts: 293 Hitting Percentage: .549 Assists: 100 20 Service Aces: Digs: 134 Block Solos: 12 Block Assists: 54

San Diego State vs. Colorado State (Nov. 13, 1993) New Mexico vs. Fresno State (Sept. 27, 1996) New Mexico State vs. Utah State (Nov. 13, 2008) San Diego State vs. Colorado State (Nov. 13, 1993) Louisiana Tech vs. Alcorn State (Aug. 29, 2003) New Mexico vs. Fresno State (Sept. 27, 1996) UTEP vs. Utah (Nov. 19, 1995) Hawai‘i vs. San Jose State (Oct. 29, 1999)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS / WAC Matches

(Regular Season Only) Kills: 43 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i vs. San Jose State (Oct. 18, 2001) Attempts: 97 Tricia Tuley, Fresno State vs. New Mexico (Sept. 27, 1996) Hitting Percentage: .889 Heather Bown, Hawai‘i vs. Tulsa (Nov. 5, 1999) Assists: 89 Stacy Bollinger, San Diego State vs. CSU (Nov. 13, 1993) Krista Gronert, UTEP vs. San Jose State (Nov. 10, 2000) Service Aces: 9 Andrea Radmilovich, Fresno State vs. Wyoming (Oct. 9, 1992) Digs: 42 Kristal Tsukano, San Jose State vs. Idaho (Oct. 11, 2007) 38 Suzanne Stonebarger, Nevada vs. San Jose State (Sept. 29, 2000) {before Libero} Block Solos: 11 Kari Stacy, UTEP vs. Tulsa (Sept. 30, 2004) Block Assists: 14 Ann/Mari Lindqvist, Brigham Young vs. San Diego State (Nov. 10, 1995) 14 Heather Bown, Hawai‘i vs. San Jose State (Oct. 29, 1999)

TEAM RECORDS / All Matches Kills Per Set 18.19 Attempts Per Set 46.86 Hitting Percentage .336 Assists Per Set 16.78 Service Aces Per Set 2.17 Blocks Per Set 3.91 Digs Per Set 19.97 Most Kills 2270 Most Attempts 5422 Most Assists 2097 Most Service Aces 281 Most Blocks 500.5 Most Digs 2424

Hawai‘i, 1998 (123 S, 2237 K) New Mexico, 1996 (105 S, 4920 ATT) Hawai‘i, 2003 (125 S, 2270 K, 640 E, 4849 ATT) Hawai‘i, 2003 (128 S, 2097 AS) San Diego State, 1995 (115 S, 250 SA) Hawai‘i, 1999 (104 S, 407.0 TB) New Mexico, 1996 (105 S, 2097 D) Hawai‘i, 2003 (125 S, 18.16 KPS) Fresno State, 1995 (134 S, 40.46 ATPS) Hawai‘i, 2003 (125 S, 16.78 APS) San Diego State, 1990 (133 S, 2.11 SAPS) Utah, 1993 (137 S, 3.65 BPS) Fresno State, 1992 (129 S, 18.79 DPS)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS / All Matches

Kills Per Set 7.20 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i / 2001 (118 S, 850 K) Attempts Per Set 15.10 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i / 2001 (118 S, 1782 ATT) Hitting Percentage .431 Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i / 2009 (111 S, 272 K, 62 E, 487 ATT) Assists Per Set 14.61 Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i / 1998 (122 S, 1782 AS) Service Aces Per Set 0.71 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State / 1990 (123 S, 87 SA) Blocks Per Set 2.25 Heather Bown, Hawai‘i / 1999 (102 S, 230 TB) Digs Per Set 6.04 Jessie Shull, San Jose State / 2006 (112 S, 676 D) Most Kills 850 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i / 2001 (118 S, 7.20 KPS) Most Attempts 1782 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i / 2001 (118 S, 15.10 APS) Most Assists 1782 Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i / 1998 (122 S, 14.61 APS) Most Service Aces 87 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State / 1990 (123 S, 0.71 SAPS) Most Blocks 281 Mikki Kane/Barton, Utah / 1993 (137 S, 2.05 BPS) Most Digs 676 Jessie Shull, San Jose State / 2006 (112 S, 6.04 DPS) 535 Tricia Tuley, Fresno State / 1995 (134 S, 3.99 DPS) {before Libero}

TEAM RECORDS / WAC Matches Kills Per Set 18.14 Attempts Per Set 47.48 Hitting Percentage .361 Assists Per Set 16.98 Service Aces Per Set 2.47 Blocks Per Set 4.02 Digs Per Set 22.18 Most Kills 1045 Most Attempts 2733 Most Assists 930 Most Service Aces 120 Most Blocks 206.0 Most Digs 1134

New Mexico, 1991 (44 S, 798 K) New Mexico, 1996 (56 S, 2659 ATT) Hawai‘i, 2002 (41 S, 722 K, 180 E, 1503 ATT) New Mexico, 1991 (44 S, 747 AS) Nevada, 2001 (47 S, 116 SA) Hawai‘i, 1999 (45 S, 181 TB) Brigham Young, 1991 (45 S, 998 D) UTEP, 2000 (62 S, 16.85 KPS) Fresno State, 2005 (62 S, 44.08 ATPS) UTEP, 2000 (62 S, 15.00 APS) San Diego State, 1996 (60 S, 2.00 SAPS) Idaho, 2009 (60 S, 3.43 BPS) New Mexico, 1996 (56 S, 20.25 DPS)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS / WAC Matches

Kills Per Set 7.10 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i / 2001 (41 S, 291 K) Attempts Per Set 14.14 Jill Pape, TCU / 1996 (57 S, 806 ATT) Hitting Percentage .472 Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i / 2009 (51 S, 126 K, 23 E, 218 ATT) Assists Per Set 14.60 Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i / 1998 (50 S, 730 AS) Service Aces Per Set 0.79 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State / 1990 (39 S, 31 SA) Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i / 2003 (34 S, 27 SA) Blocks Per Set 2.20 Nina Puikonnen, Brigham Young / 1998 (40 S, 88 TB) Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i / 1996 (49 S, 108 TB) Digs Per Set 5.92 Stacy Sode, Idaho / 2006 (60 S, 355 D) Most Kills 319 Haley Larsen, Idaho / 2007 (60 S, 5.32 KPS) Most Attempts 806 Jill Pape, TCU / 1996 (57 S, 14.14 APS) Most Assists 803 Savannah Smith, San Jose State / 2000 (58 S, 13.84 APS) Most Service Aces 33 Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i / 2006 (54 S, 0.61 SAPS) Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i / 2005 (46 S, 0.72 SAPS) Gracie Schutt, San Diego State / 1991 (45 S, 0.73 SAPS) Most Blocks 108 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i / 1996 (49 S, 2.20 BPS) Most Digs 355 Stacy Sode, Idaho / 2006 (60 S, 5.92 DPS)

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TEAM YEARLY LEADERS - ALL MATCHES HITTING PERCENTAGE Year School 1990 New Mexico 1991 New Mexico 1992 San Diego State 1993 Brigham Young 1994 San Diego State 1995 San Diego State 1996 Hawai‘i 1997 Colorado State 1998 Brigham Young 1999 Hawai‘i 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Rice 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 New Mexico State 2007 New Mexico State 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 Hawai‘i

BLOCKS PER SET M 29 29 32 32 32 32 38 33 35 31 33 35 36 38 30 34 37 32 35 35 32 33

S 105 110 118 110 120 115 126 115 115 104 111 120 114 125 102 117 126 114 116 117 104 118

PCT .256 .275 .264 .247 .255 .263 .292 .293 .291 .278 .286 .295 .329 .336 .277 .280 .273 .246 .283 .305 .284 .291

KILLS PER SET Year School 1990 New Mexico 1991 New Mexico 1992 Brigham Young 1993 Brigham Young 1994 San Diego State 1995 San Diego State 1996 San Diego State 1997 Colorado State 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 San Jose State 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Rice 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 New Mexico State 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 Hawai‘i

Year School 1990 San Diego State 1991 Brigham Young 1992 Utah 1993 Utah 1994 UTEP 1995 Brigham Young 1996 Brigham Young 1997 Hawai‘i 1998 Brigham Young 1999 Hawai‘i 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Rice 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Fresno State 2004 Hawai‘i 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Utah State 2008 Idaho 2009 Idaho 2010 Utah State 2011 Utah State

ASSISTS PER SET M S TB 36 133 401.0 31 114 363.5 33 124 390.0 36 137 500.5 28 98 309.0 30 110 389.0 34 123 460.5 33 116 413.5 35 115 433.0 31 104 407.0 33 111 350.5 26 95 277.5 36 114 327.0 28 109 316.0 31 126 404.5 34 117 397.0 35 126 444.0 30 104 315.5 29 108 326.0 30 117 378.0 33 126 364.5 29 110 306.5

BPS 3.02 3.19 3.15 3.65 3.15 3.54 3.74 3.56 3.77 3.91 3.16 2.92 2.87 2.90 3.37 3.39 3.52 3.03 3.02 3.23 2.89 2.79

SERVICE ACES PER SET M S K KPS 29 105 1732 16.50 29 110 1865 16.95 33 111 1840 16.58 32 110 1790 16.27 32 120 1989 16.58 32 115 1932 16.80 33 126 2168 17.21 33 113 1945 16.91 35 123 2237 18.19 31 108 1758 16.28 33 111 1913 17.23 35 120 2092 17.43 36 114 2074 18.19 38 125 2270 18.16 30 102 1724 16.90 34 117 1918 16.39 35 126 2025 16.07 32 114 1434 16.79 35 116 1701 14.66 35 117 1706 14.58 32 104 1495 14.38 33 118 1705 14.45

Year School 1990 San Diego State 1991 Colorado State 1992 San Diego State 1993 Colorado State 1994 Utah 1995 San Diego State 1996 San Jose State 1997 Utah 1998 UNLV 1999 San Jose State 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Nevada 2002 Tulsa 2003 Louisiana Tech 2004 Tulsa 2005 New Mexio State 2006 New Mexico State 2007 Utah State 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 Hawai‘i

M S 36 133 31 110 32 118 30 107 29 109 32 115 30 107 31 112 31 115 31 108 33 111 25 91 33 113 31 111 27 103 27 98 37 126 30 104 35 116 35 117 32 104 33 118

Year School 1990 New Mexico 1991 New Mexico 1992 Brigham Young 1993 Colorado State 1994 San Diego State 1995 San Diego State 1996 San Diego State 1997 Brigham Young 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 San Jose State 2000 SMU 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Rice 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Hawai 2007 New Mexico State 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 Hawai‘i

M S A APS 29 105 1643 15.65 29 110 1736 15.78 33 111 1600 14.41 30 107 1557 14.55 32 120 1791 14.93 32 115 1746 15.18 33 126 1916 15.21 35 113 1737 15.37 35 123 2025 16.46 31 108 1588 14.70 31 110 1726 15.69 35 120 1940 16.17 36 114 1906 16.72 38 125 2097 16.78 30 102 1585 15.54 34 117 1781 15.22 35 126 1889 14.99 32 114 1765 15.48 35 116 1590 13.71 35 117 1586 13.56 32 104 1394 13.40 33 118 1569 13.30

DIGS PER SET SA SAPS 281 2.11 193 1.75 229 1.94 216 2.02 202 1.85 250 2.17 206 1.93 198 1.77 209 1.82 218 2.02 175 1.58 174 1.91 241 2.13 210 1.89 223 2.17 173 1.77 269 2.13 162 1.56 175 1.51 199 1.70 147 1.41 179 1.52

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M S D DPS 29 105 1753 16.70 29 110 2072 18.84 35 129 2424 18.79 32 110 1862 16.93 30 107 1951 18.23 25 90 1584 17.60 29 105 2097 19.97 29 102 1740 17.06 27 96 1708 17.79 34 119 2108 17.71 31 110 1921 17.46 35 120 2115 17.62 36 114 2141 18.79 30 114 2195 19.25 28 101 1880 18.61 28 106 1801 16.99 31 112 1890 16.88 33 116 2019 17.41 29 108 1657 15.34 30 117 1747 14.93 33 115 1774 15.43 28 101 1535 15.20


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TEAM YEARLY LEADERS - ALL MATCHES TOTAL KILLS Year School 1990 Brigham Young 1991 New Mexico 1992 Fresno State 1993 Utah 1994 San Diego State 1995 Fresno State 1996 San Diego State 1997 Colorado State 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 SMU 2000 TCU 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Hawai‘i 2005 Utah State 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Boise State 2011 Hawai‘i

TOTAL SERVICE ACES M 34 29 35 36 32 35 33 33 35 33 33 35 36 38 31 34 35 32 35 35 33 33

S 125 110 129 137 120 134 126 115 123 121 127 120 114 125 120 135 126 116 116 117 125 118

K 2048 1865 2039 2033 1989 2113 2168 1945 2237 1908 1943 2092 2074 2270 1997 2113 2025 1924 1701 1706 1640 1705

M 36 31 33 36 32 30 34 33 35 31 33 35 34 38 31 30 35 32 29 30 33 33

S TB 133 401.0 114 363.5 124 390.0 137 500.5 120 358.0 110 389.0 123 460.5 116 413.5 115 433.0 104 407.0 125 382.0 120 500.0 129 347.5 125 320.5 120 404.5 117 397.0 126 444.0 116 320.0 108 326.0 117 378.0 126 364.5 118 316.0

TOTAL BLOCKS Year School 1990 San Diego State 1991 Brigham Young 1992 Utah 1993 Utah 1994 San Diego State 1995 Brigham Young 1996 Brigham Young 1997 Hawai‘i 1998 Brigham Young 1999 Hawai‘i 2000 Rice 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Rice 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Hawai‘i 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Idaho 2009 Idaho 2010 Utah State 2011 Hawai‘i

Year School 1990 San Diego State 1991 San Diego State 1992 Fresno State 1993 Colorado State 1994 Utah 1995 San Diego State 1996 San Diego State 1997 Wyoming Fresno State 1998 Rice 1999 San Jose State 2000 TCU 2001 San Jose State 2002 Louisiana Tech 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Tulsa 2005 Louisiana Tech 2006 New Mexico State 2007 New Mexico State 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Utah State 2011 Hawai‘i

TOTAL DIGS M 36 31 35 30 29 32 33 31 33 33 31 33 33 35 38 27 33 37 32 35 35 33 33

S 133 117 129 107 109 115 126 113 120 118 108 127 120 124 125 103 126 126 114 116 117 126 118

SA 281 203 230 216 202 250 238 199 199 212 218 187 218 257 216 223 209 269 173 175 199 169 179

M 34 29 35 36 32 35 33 35 35 33 32 35 36 38 31 34 35 33 35 35 33 33

S 125 110 129 137 120 134 126 113 123 121 116 120 114 125 120 135 126 116 116 117 125 118

AST 1770 1736 1778 1644 1791 1893 1916 1737 2025 1758 1754 1940 1906 2097 1853 1942 1889 1792 1590 1586 1520 1569

TOTAL ASSISTS Year School 1990 Brigham Young 1991 New Mexico 1992 Fresno State 1993 Utah 1994 San Diego State 1995 Fresno State 1996 San Diego State 1997 Brigham Young 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 SMU 2000 San Jose State 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Hawai‘i 2005 Utah State 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Boise State 2011 Hawai‘i

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M 34 34 35 36 34 35 29 33 33 33 33 35 36 30 28 34 35 33 35 33 33 33

S 125 123 129 137 126 134 105 120 118 121 125 120 114 114 105 135 126 116 121 123 115 118

D 1949 2223 2424 2117 2013 2196 2097 2021 2052 2125 2141 2115 2142 2195 1887 2041 2064 2019 1731 1769 1774 1734


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Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name, School Pauline Manser, New Mexico Pauline Manser, New Mexico Stephanie Riley, San Diego State Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Maja Gustin, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Brianna Clarke, Fresno State Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Emily Hartong, Hawai‘i

KILLS PER SET

Year Name, School Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young 1990 1991 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 1992 1993 Nicole Chen, Fresno State 1994 Ginger Ernest, San Diego State Brenda Barton, Utah 1995 1996 Jill Pape, TCU Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young 1997 1998 Heather Bown, Hawai‘i 1999 Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State 2000 2001 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 2002 2003 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 2004 Joyce Silva, Tulsa Zuzana Cernianska, Utah State 2005 2006 Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i 2007 2008 Haley Larsen, Idaho 2009 Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i 2010 Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State 2011 Meredith Hays, New Mexico State

BLOCKS PER SET

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Name, School Jennifer Miller, San Diego State Kristen Walton, Colorado State Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Cynthia Ruelas, UTEP Amy Steele, Brigham Young Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i Nina Puikonnen, Brigham Young Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Maja Gustin, Hawai‘i Shauna McQuaid, Fresno State Carrie Hartt, Fresno State Tessa Kuykendall, Rice Tessa Kuykendall, Rice Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Kari Gregory, Hawai‘i Lindsey Baldwin, Nevada Anna McKinney, Idaho

M 29 29 32 32 32 32 38 35 35 31 30 35 36 36 31 33 37 33 35 35 28 32 33

S 103 110 113 111 120 112 123 112 122 108 98 118 111 114 119 108 126 113 115 111 105 101 115

PCT .365 .385 .361 .377 .375 .410 .417 .369 .389 .382 .370 .341 .396 .373 .411 .402 .387 .349 .380 .431 .365 .365 .369

M 34 31 32 30 32 31 34 35 35 31 32 35 35 36 27 33 34 33 29 34 31 33

S 125 116 118 111 115 107 121 112 122 108 116 118 109 114 76 130 122 113 108 114 112 113

K 653 544 601 547 574 459 639 574 578 605 630 850 688 752 397 585 670 623 480 482 542 500

KPS 5.22 4.69 5.09 4.93 4.99 4.29 5.28 5.13 4.74 5.60 5.43 7.20 6.31 6.60 5.22 4.50 5.49 5.51 4.44 4.23 4.84 4.42

M 36 29 33 36 28 30 38 33 34 31 30 24 30 28 30 33 35 25 29

S 122 98 124 137 98 110 123 116 107 102 98 82 104 57 98 108 123 92 105

TB 175 141 192 281 162 171 236 230 232 230 157 118.0 141.0 91.0 171.0 168.0 195.0 135.0 149.0

BPS 1.43 1.44 1.55 2.05 1.65 1.55 1.92 1.98 2.17 2.25 1.60 1.44 1.36 1.60 1.74 1.56 1.59 1.47 1.42

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Anna McKinney, Idaho Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i

SERVICE ACES PER SET

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name, School Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Kristen Walton, Colorado State Juliana Cezar, San Diego State Tricia Tuley, Fresno State Catherine Porter, UTEP Sara Shakula, Utah Nil Kalagoglu, Rice Melissa Myers, San Jose State Darcy Walker, San Jose State Karolina Zelinka, Rice Jennifer Abbruzzese, UTEP Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kassiana Urnau, Tulsa Tanya Allen, New Mexico State Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i Lauren Kelly, Nevada Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i Liz McArthur, Utah State Jane Croson, Hawai‘i

ASSISTS PER SET Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name, School Carla Gee, Brigham Young Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Ginger Kidd, Colorado State Andrea Clark, San Diego State Andrea Clark, San Diego State Analisa Saylor, Colorado State Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i Michelle Sarkees, San Jose State Tara Hatfield, SMU Margaret Vaksausau, Hawai‘i Jill Couwenhoven, Nevada Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i Mita Uiato, Hawai‘i

DIGS PER SET

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Name, School Debbie Gibby, Utah Sharon Browning, New Mexico Sharon Browning, New Mexico Tricia Tuley, Fresno State Tricia Tuley, Fresno State Tricia Tuley, Fresno State Jenny Pavley, New Mexico Diana Nalbandian, Fresno State Shanus Bennett, Fresno State Leigh Leman, Rice Suzanne Stonebarger, Nevada Suzanne Stonebarger, Nevada Kristen Peterson, SMU Jessie Shull, San Jose State

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117 101 112

176.0 170.0 152.0

1.50 1.68 1.36

M 36 31 32 30 31 35 29 31 33 33 28 33 25 35 38 24 27 35 25 35 34 33 33

S 123 116 118 107 112 134 105 110 118 117 94 124 93 109 114 93 98 114 92 115 112 126 115

M 34 31 33 30 29 25 34 35 35 31 30 35 32 38 31 34 33 33 32 35 32 33

S 125 113 104 107 98 80 120 113 122 108 103 114 113 125 117 117 115 114 95 115 102 117

A 1596 1310 1365 1463 1311 1078 1564 1578 1782 1405 1411 1451 1469 1683 1593 1621 1531 1454 1098 1355 1141 1315

APS 12.77 11.59 13.13 13.67 13.38 13.48 13.03 13.96 14.61 13.01 13.70 12.73 13.00 13.68 13.62 13.85 13.31 12.75 11.20 11.78 11.19 11.24

M 28 29 30 30 34 35 29 31 29 27 27 25 29 30

S 100 108 118 110 122 134 105 113 107 92 101 91 108 110

D 376 429 499 441 454 535 439 485 361 324 417 349 473 473

DPS 3.76 3.97 4.23 4.01 3.72 3.99 4.18 4.29 3.37 3.52 4.13 3.84 4.38 4.30

SA SAPS 87 0.71 70 0.60 80 0.68 47 0.44 49 0.44 62 0.46 51 0.49 59 0.54 58 0.49 57 0.49 45 0.48 44 0.35 40 0.43 76 0.70 71 0.62 56 0.60 46 0.47 64 0.56 38 0.41 54 0.47 56 0.50 42 0.33 42 0.37


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Jessie Shull, San Jose State Jessie Shull, San Jose State Jessie Shull, San Jose State Krystal Torres, New Mexico State Krystal Torres, New Mexico State Christine Morrill, Utah State Lori Hunsucker, Louisiana Tech Stephany Salas, Louisiana Tech

TOTAL KILLS

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name, School Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Nicole Chen, Fresno State Ginger Ernest, San Diego State Tricia Tuley, Fresno State Jill Pape, TCU Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Salaia Salave`a, Nevada Zuzana Cernianska, Utah State Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Haley Larsen, Idaho Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State Meredith Hays, New Mexico State

TOTAL BLOCKS

Year School Jennifer Miller, San Diego State 1990 1991 Linda Wilcox, Utah 1992 Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah 1993 1994 Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Kristina Dzelme, Wyoming 1995 1996 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i 1997 Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i Nina Puikonnen, Brigham Young 1998 1999 Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Briana Cook, Rice 2000 2001 Liz Hudson, San Jose State 2002 Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i 2003 Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i 2004 Vicroria Prince, Hawai‘i 2005 Erin Graybill, Utah State 2006 Kari Gregory, Hawai‘i 2007 Anna McKinney, Idaho 2008 Amber Simpson, New Mexico State 2009 Anna McKinney, Idaho 2010 Shantell Durrant, Utah State 2011 Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i

TOTAL SERVICE ACES

Year School 1990 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 1991 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 1992 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 1993 Kristen Walton, Colorado State 1994 Juliana Cezar, San Diego State 1995 Tricia Tuley, Fresno State 1996 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i 1997 Sara Shakula, Utah 1998 Nil Kalagoglu, Rice 1999 Darcy Walker, San Jose State 2000 Karolina Zelinka, Rice

28 29 31 32 35 29 33 26

105 113 112 110 121 115 115 88

561 550 676 590 534 531 579 407

5.34 4.87 6.04 5.32 4.41 4.62 5.03 4.62

M 34 31 32 30 32 35 34 35 35 31 32 35 35 36 31 33 34 32 29 34 31 33

S 125 116 118 111 115 134 121 112 122 108 116 118 109 114 112 130 122 113 108 114 112 113

K 653 544 601 547 574 574 639 574 578 605 630 850 688 752 546 585 670 623 480 482 542 500

M 36 35 33 36 32 30 38 33 34 31 32 33 36 38 31 34 35 29 35 30 33 32

S 122 126 124 137 120 118 123 116 107 102 124 120 111 122 119 151 123 102 121 117 126 112

TB 175 176 192 281 163 178 236 230 232 230 171 147 148 153 194 175 195 139 156 176 181 152

M 36 31 32 30 31 35 38 31 33 28 33

S SA 123 87 116 70 118 80 107 47 112 49 134 62 123 58 110 59 118 58 94 45 124 44

2001 Kimberly Noble, San Jose State 2002 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 2003 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kassiana Urnau, Tulsa 2004 2005 Tanya Allen, New Mexico State 2006 Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i 2007 Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i 2008 Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i 2009 2010 Liz McArthur, Utah State 2011 Jane Croson, Hawai‘i

TOTAL ASSISTS

Year School Carla Gee, Brigham Young 1990 1991 Denise Rathbun, Utah 1992 Ginger Kidd, Colorado State 1993 Ginger Kidd, Colorado State 1994 Brenda Gregersen, Fresno State Analisa Saylor, Colorado State 1995 1996 Analisa Saylor, Colorado State 1997 Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young 1998 Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i Michelle Sarkees, San Jose State 1999 2000 Savannah Smith, San Jose State Savannah Smith, San Jose State 2001 2002 Jill Couwenhoven, Nevada 2003 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i 2004 2005 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i 2006 2007 Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i 2008 Kelsey James, Idaho Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i 2009 2010 Breann Nesselhuf, Boise State Mita Uiato, Hawai‘i 2011

TOTAL DIGS

Year School Tumua Matu’u, Brigham Young 1990 1991 Sharon Browning, New Mexico Sharon Browning, New Mexico 1992 1993 Julie Kirby, Utah 1994 Tricia Tuley, Fresno State Tricia Tuley, Fresno State 1995 1996 Diana Nalbandian, Fresno State Diana Nalbandian, Fresno State 1997 1998 Nil Kalagoglu, Rice 1999 Mariah Ohlsen, SMU 2000 Leigh Leman, Rice 2001 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 2002 Kristen Peterson, SMU 2003 Jessie Shull, San Jose State 2004 Jessie Shull, San Jose State 2005 Jessie Shull, San Jose State 2006 Jessie Shull, San Jose State 2007 Krystal Torres, New Mexico State 2008 Krystal Torres, New Mexico State 2009 Christine Morrill, Utah State 2010 Lori Hunsucker, Louisiana Tech 2011 Kelsi Phillips, New Mexico State

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33 35 36 24 27 35 33 35 34 33 33

120 109 114 93 98 114 114 115 112 126 115

47 76 71 56 46 64 40 54 56 42 42

M 34 35 30 30 34 32 34 35 35 31 32 33 32 38 31 34 33 33 29 35 33 33

S AST 125 1596 126 1404 113 1391 107 1463 126 1591 116 1438 120 1564 113 1578 122 1782 108 1405 115 1515 119 1451 113 1469 123 1683 117 1593 117 1621 115 1531 114 1454 108 1124 115 1355 123 1330 117 1315

M 34 29 30 36 34 35 32 31 33 33 33 35 29 30 28 29 31 32 35 29 33 33

S 119 108 118 134 122 134 115 113 118 121 121 118 108 110 105 113 112 111 121 115 115 113

D 377 429 499 457 454 535 454 485 376 375 464 432 473 473 561 550 676 590 534 531 579 467


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BLOCKS PER SET M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 14

S 39 44 49 49 55 51 52 44 45 45 49 43 41 40 44 54 55 52 50 52 48 47

PCT .231 .300 .264 .258 .243 .268 .330 .319 .314 .311 .322 .342 .361 .353 .286 .317 .296 .252 .309 .347 .310 .303

KILLS PER SET Year School 1990 New Mexico 1991 New Mexico 1992 Fresno State 1993 San Diego State 1994 Brigham Young 1995 San Diego State 1996 New Mexico 1997 San Diego State 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 San Jose State 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Rice 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 New Mexico State 2007 New Mexico State 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 Hawai‘i

Year School 1990 Brigham Young 1991 Brigham Young 1992 Wyoming 1993 Utah 1994 San Diego State 1995 Brigham Young 1996 Hawai‘i 1997 Hawai‘i 1998 Brigham Young 1999 Hawai‘i 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Rice 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Fresno State 2004 Hawai‘i 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Utah State 2008 Idaho 2009 Idaho 2010 Utah State 2011 Idaho

ASSISTS PER SET M S TB 10 40 128.0 12 45 167.0 14 52 165.0 14 52 170.0 14 55 178.0 14 50 199.0 16 52 195.5 14 46 180.5 14 45 162.5 14 45 181.0 16 49 164.5 13 46 145.0 13 41 131.5 13 41 148.0 13 48 157.0 16 54 201.5 16 55 195.5 16 55 194.0 16 60 188.5 16 60 206.0 16 59 170.5 14 54 148.5

BPS 3.20 3.71 3.17 3.27 3.24 3.98 3.76 3.92 3.61 4.02 3.36 3.15 3.21 3.15 3.27 3.73 3.55 3.53 3.14 3.43 2.89 2.75

SERVICE ACES PER SET M S 10 38 12 44 14 50 14 54 14 54 14 51 16 56 14 51 14 49 14 50 16 49 13 43 13 41 13 40 13 44 16 54 16 54 16 56 16 50 16 52 16 48 14 47

K KPS 654 17.21 798 18.14 836 16.72 917 16.98 899 16.65 866 16.98 965 17.23 858 16.82 874 17.84 868 17.36 878 17.92 756 17.58 722 17.61 716 17.90 767 17.43 884 16.37 891 16.50 978 17.46 760 15.20 767 14.75 705 14.69 663 14.11

Year School 1990 Brigham Young 1991 San Diego State 1992 Fresno State 1993 Colorado State 1994 Fresno State 1995 San Diego State 1996 San Diego State 1997 Brigham Young 1998 UNLV 1999 San Jose State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Nevada 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Tulsa 2005 New Mexico State 2006 New Mexico State 2007 New Mexico State 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 Hawai‘i

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 14

Year School 1990 New Mexico 1991 New Mexico 1992 Fresno State 1993 San Diego State 1994 San Diego State 1995 San Diego State 1996 New Mexico 1997 San Diego State 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 San Jose State 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Rice 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 New Mexico State 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 Hawai‘i

M S 10 38 12 44 14 50 14 54 14 55 14 51 16 56 14 51 14 49 14 50 16 49 13 43 13 41 13 40 13 44 16 54 16 55 16 56 16 50 16 52 16 48 14 47

A APS 620 16.32 747 16.98 720 14.40 808 14.96 822 14.95 788 15.45 846 15.11 782 15.33 806 16.45 804 16.08 796 16.24 691 16.07 655 15.98 667 16.67 707 16.07 816 15.11 836 15.20 898 16.04 711 14.22 704 13.54 665 13.85 597 12.70

DIGS PER SET S 40 45 50 48 52 51 60 44 54 50 64 47 41 40 50 60 54 56 50 52 48 47

SA SAPS 83 2.08 87 1.93 92 1.84 83 1.73 99 1.90 103 2.02 120 2.00 82 1.86 101 1.87 99 1.98 99 1.55 116 2.47 67 1.63 77 1.92 89 1.78 97 1.62 104 1.93 84 1.50 82 1.64 91 1.75 76 1.58 83 1.77

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M S D DPS 10 38 687 18.08 12 45 998 22.18 14 50 973 19.46 14 49 838 17.10 14 54 1013 18.76 14 50 855 17.10 16 56 1134 20.25 14 49 845 17.24 14 51 983 19.27 14 51 954 18.71 16 62 1103 17.79 13 48 845 17.60 13 44 827 18.80 13 47 964 20.51 13 47 896 19.06 16 62 1058 17.06 16 60 1065 17.75 16 58 1061 18.29 16 60 928 15.47 16 60 948 15.80 16 48 727 15.15 14 54 815 15.09


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S K 38 654 44 798 55 885 54 917 60 925 51 866 56 965 56 910 54 901 50 868 62 1,045 51 821 51 799 47 787 48 818 61 970 63 924 56 978 65 766 57 821 61 863 55 711

Year School 1990 Brigham Young 1991 San Diego State 1992 Fresno State 1993 Colorado State 1994 Fresno State 1995 Wyoming 1996 San Diego State 1997 San Jose State 1998 UNLV 1999 San Jose State 2000 Fresno State 2001 Nevada 2002 SMU 2003 Hawai‘i Nevada 2004 Tulsa 2005 New Mexico State 2006 New Mexico State 2007 New Mexico State 2008 Utah State 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Utah State 2011 Hawai‘i

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 14

S TB 40 128.0 45 167.0 52 165.0 52 170.0 55 178.0 50 199.0 52 195.5 46 180.5 49 170.0 45 181.0 63 184.0 46 145.0 48 139.5 41 148.0 48 157.0 54 201.5 55 195.5 55 194.0 60 188.5 60 206.0 65 171.5 54 148.5

TOTAL ASSISTS

TOTAL BLOCKS Year School 1990 Brigham Young 1991 Brigham Young 1992 Wyoming 1993 Utah 1994 San Diego State 1995 Brigham Young 1996 Hawai‘i 1997 Hawai‘i 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 Hawai‘i 2000 TCU 2001 Rice 2002 Fresno State 2003 Fresno State 2004 Hawai‘i 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Utah State 2008 Idaho 2009 Idaho 2010 Idaho 2011 Idaho

TOTAL DIGS

TOTAL SERVICE ACES M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 14

Year School 1990 New Mexico 1991 New Mexico 1992 New Mexico 1993 San Diego State 1994 San Diego State 1995 San Diego State 1996 San Diego State 1997 San Jose State 1998 UNLV 1999 San Jose State 2000 UTEP 2001 UTEP 2002 SMU 2003 SMU 2004 Hawai‘i 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Nevada 2007 New Mexico State 2008 Nevada 2009 New Mexico State 2010 Nevada 2011 Fresno State

M S SA 10 40 83 12 45 87 14 50 92 14 48 83 14 52 99 14 54 106 16 60 120 14 56 85 14 54 101 14 50 99 16 64 99 13 47 116 13 51 83 13 40 77 13 49 77 13 50 89 16 60 97 16 54 104 16 56 84 16 64 89 16 52 91 16 59 80 14 47 83

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 14

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AST 620 747 786 808 822 788 878 822 818 804 930 750 735 706 760 816 858 898 712 756 803 673

Year School 1990 New Mexico 1991 Brigham Young 1992 Fresno State 1993 San Diego State 1994 Brigham Young 1995 New Mexico 1996 New Mexico 1997 San Jose State 1998 New Mexico 1999 SMU 2000 UTEP 2001 SMU 2002 SMU 2003 SMU 2004 San Jose State 2005 Fresno State 2006 Idaho 2007 Idaho 2008 Idaho 2009 Idaho 2010 Nevada 2011 Idaho

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 14

S D 38 687 45 998 50 973 54 868 54 1,013 50 855 56 1134 56 859 51 983 51 954 62 1,103 48 845 51 906 47 964 51 913 62 1058 60 1065 60 1072 60 928 60 948 61 878 54 815


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Name, School Jennifer Miller, San Diego State Pauline Manser, New Mexico Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i Jennifer Roberts, Hawai‘i Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Maja Gustin, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i Nohea Tano, Hawai‘i Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Brianna Clarke, Fresno State Chanteal Satele, Hawai‘i

KILLS PER SET

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name, School Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Nicole Chen, Fresno State Angie Walker, Brigham Young Brenda Barton, Utah Jill Pape, TCU Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young Shanus Bennett, Fresno State Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Beth Karasek, SMU Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Haley Larsen, Idaho Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State Allison Walker, Idaho

BLOCKS PER SET

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Name, School Jennifer Miller, San Diego State Carol Schumann, Brigham Young Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Kristina Dzelme, Wyoming Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Cecelia Good, Hawai‘i Nina Puikkonen, Brigham Young Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Maja Gustin, Hawai‘i Shauna McQuaid, Fresno State Carrie Hartt, Fresno State Tessa Kuykendall, Rice Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Lindsay Baldwin, Nevada Kelsey Taylor, Idaho Debbie Pederson, Idaho

M 10 12 13 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 14

S 35 44 46 47 55 51 49 46 44 44 47 41 40 31 47 48 53 50 52 51 60 37

PCT .344 .432 .360 .385 .401 .401 .471 .463 .457 .424 .382 .389 .401 .442 .450 .418 .368 .362 .391 .472 .366 .381

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 11 13 16 15 16 16 16 16 13

S 40 45 54 47 51 51 57 44 53 50 58 41 36 34 46 35 51 52 60 57 57 49

K 222 243 282 225 246 251 269 207 252 312 313 291 218 212 250 165 292 292 269 255 292 211

KPS 5.55 5.40 5.22 4.79 4.82 4.92 4.72 4.70 4.75 6.24 5.40 7.10 6.06 6.24 5.43 4.71 5.73 5.62 4.48 4.47 5.12 4.31

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 13 14 16 13 13 13 13 15 16 14 11 16

S 35 45 54 52 55 54 49 46 40 44 47 45 47 28 47 46 53 51 31 60

TB 49 70 77 89 85 95 108 93 88 96 74 65 69 50 87 78 81 83 50 98

BPS 1.40 1.56 1.43 1.71 1.55 1.76 2.20 2.02 2.20 2.18 1.57 1.44 1.47 1.79 1.85 1.70 1.53 1.63 1.61 1.63

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SERVICE ACES PER SET Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name, School Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Andrea Radmilovich, Fresno State Nicole Chen, Fresno State Trish Tuley, Fresno State Brenda Barton, Utah Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Helen Hjorth, Brigham Young Summer Altice, San Diego State Darcy Walker, San Jose State Rachel Shirley, TCU Alison Broadfoot, Rice Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Rebeca Pazo, Rice Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i Krystal Torres, New Mexico State Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i Liz McArthur, Utah State Jane Croson, Hawai‘i Kiely Pieper, San Jose State

ASSISTS PER SET Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name, School Carla Gee, Brigham Young Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Brenda Gregersen, Fresno State Stacy Bollinger, San Diego State Andrea Clark, San Diego State Analisa Saylor, Colorado State Analisa Saylor, Colorado State Robyn Ah Mow, Hawai‘i Andrea Clark, San Diego State Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i Michelle Sarkees, San Jose State Tara Hatfield, SMU Tara Hatfield, SMU Jill Couwenhoven, Nevada Jessica Mihm, SMU Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i Tatiana Santiago, Nevada Barbara Alcantara, Fresno State

DIGS PER SET Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Name, School Debbie Gibby, Utah Jai Bruno, Wyoming Sharon Browning, New Mexico Trish Tuley, Fresno State Julie Kirby, Utah Tricia Tuley, Fresno State Jenny Pavley, New Mexico Diana Nalbandian, Fresno State Shanus Bennett, Fresno State Kelly Klecka, SMU Suzanne Stonebarger, Nevada Jennifer Abbruzzese, UTEP Sarah Davis, UTEP Rebekah Neal, Rice Jessie Shull, San Jose State

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46 25

78 37

1.70 1.48

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 11 16 11 13 13 13 15 16 16 16 15 16 14 13

S 39 45 50 47 49 51 49 44 47 38 63 35 36 34 44 46 54 55 50 48 59 44 44

SA SAPS 31 0.79 21 0.73 24 0.48 23 0.49 23 0.47 27 0.53 32 0.65 25 0.57 26 0.55 28 0.74 23 0.37 21 0.60 25 0.69 27 0.79 25 0.57 33 0.72 33 0.61 23 0.42 23 0.46 25 0.52 23 0.39 17 0.39 17 0.39

M 10 12 14 14 13 14 16 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 10 16 16 16 15 16 16 14

S 40 44 49 51 51 54 58 45 47 50 50 51 47 45 47 45 54 53 52 47 50 61 55

A APS 497 12.43 577 13.11 636 12.98 688 13.49 684 13.41 663 12.28 735 12.67 570 12.67 653 13.89 730 14.60 700 14.00 715 14.02 606 12.89 573 12.73 652 13.97 627 13.93 740 13.70 728 13.74 686 13.19 561 11.94 588 11.76 713 11.69 607 11.04

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 13

S 31 46 55 46 53 51 56 49 53 47 59 50 50 47 51

D 115 214 236 189 218 217 231 209 209 179 254 209 267 208 284

DPS 3.71 4.65 4.29 4.11 4.11 4.25 4.13 4.27 3.94 3.81 4.31 4.10 5.34 4.43 5.57


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INDIVIDUAL YEARLY LEADERS - WAC MATCHES 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Jessie Shull, San Jose State Stacy Sode, Idaho Krystal Torres, New Mexico State Krystal Torres, New Mexico State Christine Morrill, Utah State Kelly Mason, Fresno State Cassie Hamilton, Idaho

16 16 16 16 16 16 14

51 60 55 52 61 60 54

284 355 301 248 301 300 236

5.57 5.92 5.47 4.77 4.93 5.00 4.37

TOTAL KILLS

Year Name, School M S K 1990 Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young 10 40 222 1991 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 12 45 243 1992 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 14 54 282 1993 Tania Gooley, New Mexico 14 51 243 1994 Ginger Ernest, San Diego State 14 53 271 1995 Brenda Barton, Utah 14 51 251 1996 Jill Pape, TCU 16 57 269 1997 Martina Vitkova-Engels, San Diego State 14 50 232 1998 Shanus Bennett, Fresno State 14 53 252 1999 Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State 14 50 312 2000 Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State 16 58 313 2001 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 13 41 291 2002 Rebeca Pazo, Rice 12 44 232 Kimberly Noble, San Jose State 13 48 256 2003 2004 Beth Karasek, SMU 13 46 250 2005 Jennifer Senftleben, San Jose State 16 61 282 2006 Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i 15 51 292 2007 Haley Larsen, Idaho 16 60 319 Haley Larsen, Idaho 16 60 269 2008 2009 Sarah Conwell, Idaho 16 60 260 2010 Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State 16 57 292 2011 Liz McArthur, Utah State 14 53 213

TOTAL BLOCKS

Year School M S TB 1990 Marinda Ashman, Brigham Young 10 40 56 1991 Carol Schumann, Brigham Young 12 45 70 1992 Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah 14 54 77 Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah 14 52 89 1993 1994 Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State 14 55 85 1995 Kristina Dzelme, Wyoming 14 54 95 1996 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i 16 49 108 1997 Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i 14 46 93 Nina Puikkonen, Brigham Young 13 40 88 1998 1999 Heather Bown, Hawai‘i 14 44 96 2000 Jennifer Sebastian, TCU 16 63 89 2001 Shauna McQuaid, Fresno State 13 45 65 2002 Carrie Hartt, Fresno State 13 47 69 Salaia Salave’a, Nevada 13 49 70 2003 2004 Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i 13 47 87 2005 Amber Simpson, New Mexico State 16 46 79 2006 Karly Sipherd, Nevada 16 60 89 2007 Lindsay Baldwin, Nevada 14 51 83 Anna McKinney, Idaho 16 57 83 2008 Anna McKinney, Idaho 16 57 82 2009 Debbie Pederson, Idaho 16 60 98 2010 Kelsey Taylor, Idaho 16 63 89 2011 Alex Sele, Idaho 14 52 68

TOTAL SERVICE ACES

Year School 1990 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 1991 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 1992 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 1993 Nicole Chen, Fresno State 1994 Trish Tuley, Fresno State 1995 Brenda Barton, Utah 1996 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i 1997 Helen Hjorth, Brigham Young Sara Shakula, Utah 1998 Summer Altice, San Diego State

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14

S 39 45 54 47 49 51 49 44 47 47

SA 31 33 25 23 23 27 32 25 25 26

Jill Pape, TCU 14 54 1999 Darcy Walker, San Jose State 11 38 2000 Rachel Shirley, TCU 16 63 2001 Jennifer Abbruzzese, UTEP 13 51 2002 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 12 36 2003 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 11 34 2004 Rebeca Pazo, Rice 13 44 2005 Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i 15 46 2006 Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i 16 54 2007 Krystal Torres, New Mexico State 16 55 2008 Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i 16 50 2009 Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i 15 48 Liz McArthur, Utah State 16 59 2010 2011 Korrin Wild, Fresno State 14 55

26 28 23 25 25 27 25 33 33 23 23 25 23 20

TOTAL ASSISTS

Year School M S AST 1990 Carla Gee, Brigham Young 10 40 497 Kim Smith, Wyoming 12 46 579 1991 1992 Ginger Kidd, Colorado State 14 54 644 1993 Stacy Bollinger, San Diego State 14 51 688 1994 Andrea Clark, San Diego State 13 51 684 1995 Analisa Saylor, Colorado State 14 54 663 Analisa Saylor, Colorado State 16 58 735 1996 Michelle Sarkees, San Jose State 14 55 672 1997 1998 Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i 14 50 730 1999 Michelle Sarkees, San Jose State 14 50 700 Savannah Smith, San Jose State 16 58 803 2000 2001 Tara Hatfield, SMU 13 47 606 Jessica Mihm, SMU 13 51 643 2002 2003 Jessica Mihm, SMU 13 47 652 2004 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i 10 45 627 Robyn Keune, Fresno State 16 62 752 2005 2006 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i 16 53 728 Kelsey James, Idaho 16 60 734 2007 2008 Chelsea Fowles, Utah State 16 64 606 2009 Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State 16 57 612 Tatiana Santiago, Nevada 16 61 713 2010 2011 Barbara Alcantara, Fresno State 14 55 607

TOTAL DIGS

Year School M S D 1990 Sharon Browning, New Mexico 10 38 140 Jai Bruno, Wyoming 12 46 214 1991 1992 Sharon Browning, New Mexico 14 55 236 Trish Tuley, Fresno State 14 46 189 1993 1994 Julie Kirby, Utah 14 53 218 1995 Tricia Tuley, Fresno State 14 51 217 1996 Jenny Pavley, New Mexico 16 56 231 1997 Diana Nalbandian, Fresno State 14 49 209 1998 Shanus Bennett, Fresno State 14 53 209 1999 Kelly Klecka, SMU 14 47 179 2000 Suzanne Stonebarger, Nevada 16 59 254 2001 Jennifer Abbruzzese, UTEP 13 51 209 2002 Sarah Davis, UTEP 13 50 267 2003 Rebekah Neal, Rice 13 47 208 2004 Jessie Shull, San Jose State 13 51 284 2005 Jessie Shull, San Jose State 16 61 294 2006 Stacy Sode, Idaho 16 60 355 2007 Krystal Torres, New Mexico State 16 55 301 2008 Christine Morrill, Utah State 16 64 267 2009 Christine Morrill, Utah State 16 61 301 2010 Kelly Mason, Fresno State 16 60 300 2011 Cassie Hamilton, Idaho 14 54 236

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CAREER LEADERS HITTING PERCENTAGE (Minimum Two Seasons)

Name, School 1. Alexis Forsythe, UH 2. Victoria Prince, UH 3. Jennifer Hamilton, SDSU 4. Dani Mafua, UH 5. Heather Bown, UH 6. Pauline Manser, UNM 7. Karin Lundqvist, UH 8. Nohea Tano, UH 9. Cecelia Goods, UH 10. Lauren Duggins, UH

Years 2009-10 2004-05 1992-93-94-95 2007-08-09-10 1998-99 1990-91 2002-03 2001-02-03 1996-97 2000-01-02-03

KILLS PER SET

M 48 64 122 128 66 58 54 101 71 132

SP 76 227 392 368 224 213 106 207 231 383

K 84 755 922 165 989 917 162 433 615 846

E 16 139 202 35 254 198 28 97 154 237

TA 157 1514 1862 341 1944 1915 360 908 1296 1748

PCT .433 .407 .387 .381 .378 .375 .372 .370 .356 .348

Name, School Years 1. Kim Willoughby, UH 2000-01-02-03 2. Tea Nieminen, BYU 1990-92 3. Rebeca Pazo, RU 2001-02-03-04 4. Jamie Houston, UH 2005-06-07-08 5. Lily Kahumoku, UH 1999-00-02-03 6. Haley Larsen, UI 2005-06-07-08 7. Gracie Schutt, SDSU 1990-91-92 Kristen Fenton, FS 2002-04 9. Kayleigh Giddens, NMSU 2009-10 10. Lily Kahumoku, UH 1999-00-02-03

M 137 64 116 134 129 89 99 86 59 129

SP 439 222 404 435 337 320 357 264 207 411

K 2598 1130 1969 2061 1882 1458 1620 1199 922 1822

KPS 5.92 5.09 4.87 4.74 4.57 4.56 4.54 4.54 4.45 4.43

Name, School 1. Heather Bown, UH 2. Mikki Kane-Barton, UU 3. Tessa Kuykendall, RU 4. Cecelia Goods, UH 5. Cynthia Macias, UTEP 6. Victoria Prince, UH 7. Amy Steele Gant, BYU 8. Brittany Hewitt, UH 9. Melanie Williams, CSU 10. Anna McKinney, UI

M 66 69 87 71 98 64 127 98 67 102

SP 224 261 126 231 394 227 444 309 220 348

TB 436 473 262 383 636 362 694 450 311 485

BPS 1.95 1.81 1.69 1.66 1.61 1.59 1.56 1.46 1.41 1.39

BLOCKS PER SET

Years 1998-99 1992-93 2003-04 1996-97 1993-94-96-97 2004-05 1994-95-96-97 2009-10-11 1993-94-95 2006-07-08-09

SERVICE ACES PER SET

Name, School Years 1. Gracie Schutt, SDSU 1990-91-92 2. Kim Willoughby, UH 2000-01-02-03 Vanessa Thon, Tulsa 2001-02-03 4. Tea Nieminen, BYU 1990-92 5. Juliana Cezar, SDSU 1993-94-95-96 6. Catherine Porter, UTEP 1996-97-98-99 7. Brenda Barton-Whicker, UU 1994-95-96-97 8. Aneli Cubi-Otineru, UH 2007-08-09 Darcy Walker, SJSU 1996-97-98-99 Kristen Walton, CSU 1990-91-92-93

ASSISTS PER SET

Name, School 1. Kanoe Kamana`o, UH 2. Andrea Clark, SDSU 3. Nikki Hubbert, UH 4. Anna-Lena Smith, BYU 5. Analisa Saylor, CSU 6. Jessica Mihm, SMU 7. Michelle Sarkees, SJSU 8. Charlene Johnson, BYU 9. Brenda Gregersen, FS 10. Jackie Choi, NMSU

Years 2003-04-05-06 1994-95-96-97 1996-97-98 1996-97-98 1994-95-96-97 2002-03-04 1996-97-98-99 1991-92-93-94 1992-93-94-95 2005-06

Name, School 1. Jessie Shull, SJSU 2. Lori Hunsucker, LTU 3. Christine Morrill, USU 4. Krystal Torres, NMSU 5. Tricia Tuley, FS 6. Kelsi Phillips, NMSU

Years 2003-04-05-06 2009-10 2007-08-09-10 2005-06-07-08 1993-94-95-96 2009-10-11

DIGS PER SET

Name, School Years 7. Sharon Browning, UNM 1990-91-92 8. Suzanne Stonebarger, UN 1998-99-00-01 9. Diana Nalbandian, FS 1994-95-96-97 10. Elizabeth Ka‘aihue, UH 2007-08-09-10

TOTAL KILLS

M 88 108 112 128

SP 330 402 394 385

Name, School Years M 1. Kim Willoughby, UH 2000-01-02-03 137 2. Jamie Houston, UH 2005-06-07-08 134 3. Rebeca Pazo, RU 2001-02-03-04 116 4. Joslynn Gallop, SJSU 1997-98-99-00 127 5. Lily Kahumoku, UH 1999-00-02-03 129 6. Tricia Tuley, FS 1993-94-95-96 131 7. Erin Pryor, SMU 1996-97-98-99 129 8. Kanani Danielson, UH 2008-09-10-11 132 9. Amy Steele Gant, BYU 1994-95-96-97 127 10. Martina Vitkova-Engels, SDSU 1994-95-96-97 125

TOTAL BLOCKS

Name, School 1. Amy Steele Gant, BYU 2. Cynthia Macias, UTEP 3. Amber Simpson, NMSU 4. Kristina Dzelme, UW 5. Korie Rogers, BYU 6. Salaia Salave`a, UN 7. Briana Cook, RU 8. Juliana Sanders 9. Anna McKinney, UI 10. Lindsay Baldwin, NEV

TOTAL SERVICE ACES

D 1266 1532 1470 1416

DPS 3.84 3.81 3.73 3.68

SP K 439 2598 435 2061 404 1969 447 1966 337 1882 482 1804 466 1789 442 1760 444 1755 452 1732

Years M SP TB 1994-95-96-97 127 444 694 1993-94-96-97 112 394 636 2005-06-07-08 131 459 574 1993-94-95-96 110 421 573 1995-96-97-98 132 429 546 2002-03-04-05 124 445 540 1999-00-01-02 121 414 520 2004-05-06-07 128 401 494 2006-07-08-09 102 348 485 2007-08-09-10 114 427 484

Name, School Years M SP SA 1. Gracie Schutt, SDSU 1990-91-92 99 357 237 2. Kim Willoughby, UH 2000-01-02-03 137 439 194 3. Juliana Cezar, SDSU 1993-94-95-96 128 447 181 4. Vanessa Thon, TU 2002-03-04 84 366 162 5. Brenda Barton-Whicker, UU 1994-95-96-97 122 425 161 6. Tricia Tuley, FS 1993-94-95-96 131 482 159 125 452 154 M SP SA SAPS 7. Martina Vitkova-Engels, SDSU 1994-95-96-97 1997-98-99-00 129 466 153 99 357 237 0.66 8. Melissa Godwin, SMU 1991-92-93-94 132 444 147 137 439 144 0.44 9. Sharman Grant, UU 10. Darcy Walker, SJSU 1996-97-98-99 119 388 140 84 366 162 0.44 2001-02-03-04 116 404 140 64 222 90 0.41 Rebecca Pazo, Rice 128 447 180 0.40 105 355 137 0.39 TOTAL ASSISTS Years M SP A 122 425 161 0.38 Name, School 2003-04-05-06 136 472 6428 102 335 121 0.36 1. Kanoe Kamana`o, UH 1994-95-96-97 130 463 5873 119 388 140 0.36 2. Analisa Saylor, CSU 1992-93-94-95 125 447 5496 116 367 131 0.36 3. Brenda Gregersen, FS 4. Michelle Sarkees, SJSU 1996-97-98-99 125 443 5482 5. Charlene Johnson, BYU 1991-92-93-94 125 431 5321 1994-95-96-97 114 371 4916 M SP A APS 6. Andrea Clark, SDSU 1996-97-98-99 128 442 4862 136 472 6428 13.62 7. Leslie Olson, SMU 104 351 4550 114 371 4910 13.23 8. Anna-Lena Smith, BYU 1996-97-98 2007-08-09-10 117 440 4520 84 256 3368 13.16 9. Chelsea Fowles, USU 1996-97-98-99 113 377 4345 69 235 3047 12.96 10. Diann Aufdermaur, FS 130 463 5873 12.68 84 306 3866 12.01 TOTAL DIGS Years M SP D 125 443 5482 12.37 Name, School 2003-04-05-06 118 440 2260 125 431 5321 12.35 1. Jessie Shull, SJSU 2005-06-07-08 96 335 1942 125 447 5496 12.30 2. Krystal Torres, NMSU 1993-94-95-96 131 482 1864 64 224 2690 12.01 3. Tricia Tuley, FS 4. Christine Morrill, USU 2007-08-09-10 113 431 1846 5. Diana Nalbandian, FS 1994-95-96-97 112 394 1470 2007-08-09-10 117 429 1468 M SP D DPS 6. Nicole Link, NEV 2000-01-02-03 137 439 1440 118 440 2260 5.14 7. Kim Willoughby, UH 128 385 1416 66 237 1026 4.33 8. Elizabeth Ka‘aihue, UH 2007-08-09-10 2001-02-03-04 112 406 1416 113 431 1846 4.28 Beth Karasek, SMU 2008-09-10-11 116 427 1410 131 456 1942 4.26 10. Cassie Hamilton, UI 131 482 1864 3.89 80 281 1083 3.85 72 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide


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SINGLE-SEASON TOP 10 - ALL MATCHES HITTING PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Amber Kaufman, UH Angelica Ljungquist, UH Victoria Prince, UH Jennifer Hamilton, SDSU Victorie Prince, UH Lauren Duggins, UH Heather Bown, UH Amber Simpson, NMSU Pauline Manser, UNM Joslynn Gallop, SJSU

.431 .417 .411 .410 .402 .396 .389 .387 .385 .382

1. Kim Willoughby, UH 2. Kim Willoughby, UH 3. Kim Willoughby, UH 4. Rebeca Pazo, RU 5. Joslynn Gallop, SJSU 6. Jamie Houston, UH 7. Jamie Houston, UH Kimberly Noble, SJSU 9. Joslynn Gallop, SJSU 10. Jill Pape, TCU

2001 2003 2002 2003 1999 2007 2006 2003 2000 1996

7.20 6.60 6.31 5.76 5.60 5.51 5.49 5.49 5.43 5.28

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

1999 1998 1993 1997 1996 2004 1997 1993 1998 2010

2.25 2.17 2.05 1.98 1.92 1.74 1.73 1.70 1.69 1.68

1990 2002 1992 1991 2003 2004 2006 1997 1992 2009

0.71 0.70 0.68 0.60 0.62 0.60 0.56 0.54 0.53 0.50

KILLS PER SET

Nikki Hubbert, UH Anna-Lena Smith, BYU Kanoe Kamana`o, UH Analisa Saylor, CSU Meri-de Boyer, UNLV Tara Hatfield, SMU Kanoe Kamana`o, UH Ginger Kidd, CSU Andrea Clark, SDSU Kanoe Kamana`o, UH

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

Gracie Schutt, SDSU Gracie Schutt, SDSU Kim Willoughby, UH Kim Willoughby, UH Gracie Schutt, SDSU Andrea Radmilovich, FS Sarah Mason, UH Tricia Tuley, FS Sara Shakula, UU Nil Kalagoglu, RU Angelica Ljungquist, UH

1990 1992 2002 2003 1991 1992 2006 1995 1997 1998 1996

87 80 76 71 70 68 64 62 59 58 58

1. Nikki Hubbert, UH 2. Kanoe Kamana`o, UH 3. Kanoe Kamana`o, UH 4. Carla Gee, BYU 5. Kanoe Kamana`o, UH 6. Brenda Gregersen, FS 7. Anna-Lena Smith, BYU 8. Analisa Saylor, CSU 9. Meri-de Boyer, UNLV 10. Kanoe Kamana`o, UH

1998 2003 2005 1990 2004 1994 1997 1996 1998 2006

1782 1683 1621 1596 1593 1591 1578 1564 1566 1531

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

2006 2006 2007 2006 2010 2010 2004 2005 2006 1995

676 615 590 582 579 573 561 550 537 535

1998 1997 2005 1997 1998 2000 2003 1993 1997 2004

14.61 13.96 13.85 13.85 13.74 13.70 13.68 13.67 13.66 13.62

2006 2004 2007 2006 2007 2010 2006 2005 2006 2005

6.04 5.34 5.32 5.24 5.10 5.03 4.88 4.87 4.78 4.72

TOTAL ASSISTS

1. Kim Willoughby, UH 2. Kim Willoughby, UH 3. Kim Willoughby, UH 4. Jamie Houston, UH 5. Tea Nieminen, BYU 6. Jill Pape, TCU 7. Joslynn Gallop, SJSU 8. Jamie Houston, UH 9. Joslynn Gallop, SJSU 10. Gracie Schutt, SDSU

2001 2003 2002 2006 1990 1996 2000 2007 1999 1992

850 752 688 670 653 639 630 623 605 601

TOTAL DIGS

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

1993 1996 1998 1999 1997 1998 1996 2006 2004 1992

281 236 232 230 230 206 204 195 194 192

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

Jessie Shull, SJSU Jessie Shull, SJSU Krystal Torres, NMSU Stacy Sode, UI Lisa Gera, FS Lori Hunsucker, LTU Krystal Torres, NMSU Jessie Shull, SJSU Jackie Stroud, BSU Jordan Bostic, NMSU

TOTAL KILLS

SERVICE ACES PER SET 1. Gracie Schutt, SDSU 2. Kim Willoughby, UH 3. Gracie Schutt, SDSU 4. Gracie Schutt, SDSU 5. Kim Willoughby, UH 6. Kassiana Urnau, TU 7. Sarah Mason, UH 8. Sara Shakula, UU 9. Andrea Radmilovich, FS 10. Aneli Cubi-Otineru, UH

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

DIGS PER SET

BLOCKS PER SET

Heather Bown, UH Nina Puikonnen, BYU Mikki Kane-Barton, UU Cecelia Goods, UH Angelica Ljungquist, UH Tessa Kuykendall, RU Cynthia Macias, UTEP Cynthia Ruelas, UTEP Heather Bown, UH Brittany Hewitt, UH

TOTAL SERVICE ACES

ASSISTS PER SET 2009 1996 2004 1995 2005 2002 1998 2006 1991 1999

TOTAL BLOCKS

Mikki Kane-Barton, UU Angelica Ljungquist, UH Nina Puikonnen, BYU Heather Bown, UH Cecelia Goods, UH Heather Bown, UH Amy Steele, BYU Kari Gregory, UH Victoria Prince, UH Mikki Kane-Barton, UU

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Jessie Shull, SJSU Krystal Torres, NMSU Krystal Torres, NMSU Stacey Sode, UI Lori Hunsucker, LTU Christine Morrill, USU Jessie Shull, SJSU Jessie Shull, SJSU Kelsi Peterson, USU Tricia Tuley, FS


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Amber Kaufman, UH Angelica Ljungquist, UH Cecelia Goods, UH Jennifer Roberts, UH Victoria Prince, UH Melissa Layton, BYU Amy Steele Gant, BYU Nohea Tano, UH Pauline Manser, UNM Cecelia Goods, UH

.472 .471 .463 .457 .450 .449 .446 .442 .432 .430

1. Kim Willoughby, UH 2. Joslynn Gallop, SJSU Kim Willoughby, UH 4. Kim Willoughby, UH 5. Jamie Houston, UH 6. Rebeca Pazo, RU 7. Jamie Houston, UH 8. Tea Nieminen, BYU 9. Beth Karasek, SMU 10. Anamie Buckelew, FS

2001 1999 2003 2002 2006 2003 2007 1990 2004 1999

7.10 6.24 6.24 6.06 5.73 5.68 5.62 5.55 5.43 5.42

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

1998 1996 1999 1997 2004 2003 1995 1998 1993 2010 2005 1997

2.20 2.20 2.18 2.02 1.85 1.79 1.76 1.72 1.71 1.70 1.70 1.70

KILLS PER SET

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

Gracie Schutt, SDSU Kim Willoughby, UH Darcy Walker, SJSU Gracie Schutt, SDSU Victoria Prince, UH Kim Willoughby, UH Angelica Ljungquist, UH Sarah Mason, UH Alison Broadfoot, RU Helen Hjorth, BYU Rebeca Pazo, RU

1990 2003 1999 1991 2005 2002 1996 2006 2001 1997 2004

0.79 0.79 0.74 0.73 0.72 0.69 0.65 0.61 0.60 0.57 0.57

Sarah Mason, UH Victoria Prince, UH Gracie Schutt, SDSU Angelica Ljungquist, UH Gracie Schutt, SDSU Saxony Brown, UI Juliana Cezar, SDSU Darcy Walker, SJSU Brooke Jones, SJSU Brenda Barton, UU Kim Willoughby, UH

2006 2005 1991 1996 1990 2006 1996 1999 1996 1995 2003

33 33 33 32 31 30 30 28 28 27 27

1. Savannah Smith, SJSU 2. Lindsay Hayes, TCU 3. Robyn Keune, FS 4. Kanoe Kamana`o, UH 5. Haley Larsen, UI 6. Nikki Hubbert, UH 7. Kanoe Kamana`o, UH 8. Saxony Brown, UI 9. Jackie Choi, NMSU 10. Tara Hatfield, SMU

2000 2000 2005 2005 2007 1998 2006 2005 2005 2000

803 753 752 740 734 730 728 726 723 715

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

2006 2006 2009 2007 2010 2005 2010 2006 2005 2009 2004

355 324 301 301 300 294 293 291 289 284 284

14.60 14.02 14.00 13.93 13.89 13.87 13.84 13.74 13.70 13.61

1. Stacy Sode, UI 2006 2. Jessie Shull, SJSU 2006 3. Krytstal Torres, NMSU 2007 4. Krytstal Torres, NMSU 2006 5. Sarah Davis, UTEP 2002 6. Jackie Stroud, BSU 2006 Lisa Gera, FS 2007 8. Kelly Mason, FS 2010 9. Christine Morrill, USU 2009 10. Elizabeth Ka‘aihue, UH 2010

5.92 5.79 5.47 5.39 5.34 5.18 5.18 5.00 4.93 4.90

TOTAL ASSISTS

1. Haley Larsen, UI 2007 2. Joslynn Gallop, SJSU 2000 3. Joslynn Gallop, SJSU 1999 4. Kayleigh Giddens, NMSU 2010 Jamie Houston, UH 2007 Jamie Houston, UH 2006 7. Kim Willoughby, UH 2001 8. Amanda Nielson, USU 2007 9. Jennifer Senftleben, SJSU 2005 Gracie Schutt, SDSU 1992

319 313 312 292 292 292 291 290 282 282

TOTAL DIGS

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

108 96 95 93 91 89 89 89 89 88

TOTAL KILLS

SERVICE ACES PER SET

1. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10.

1. Nikki Hubbert, UH 1998 2. Tara Hatfield, SMU 2000 3. Michelle Sarkees, SJSU 1999 4. Kanoe Kamana`o, UH 2004 5. Andrea Clark, SDSU 1997 6. Jessica Mihm, SMU 2003 7. Savannah Smith, SJSU 2000 8. Kanoe Kamana`o, UH 2006 9. Kanoe Kamana`o, UH 2005 10. Kristina Hoban, RU 2004

DIGS PER SET

BLOCKS PER SET

Nina Puikkonen, BYU Angelica Ljungquist, UH Heather Bown, UH Cecelia Goods, UH Victoria Prince, UH Tessa Kuykendall, RU Kristina Dzelme, UW Melody Friehauf, UW Mikki Kane-Barton, UU Brittany Hewitt, UH Victoria Prince, UH Amy Steele Gant, BYU

TOTAL SERVICE ACES

ASSISTS PER SET 2009 1996 1997 1998 2004 1998 1997 2003 1991 1996

TOTAL BLOCKS

Angelica Ljungquist, UH Heather Bown, UH Kristina Dzelme, UW Cecelia Goods, UH Anna McKinney, UI Kelsey Taylor, UI Karly Sipherd, UN Jennifer Sebastian, TCU Mikki Kane-Barton, UU Nina Puikkonen, BYU

1996 1999 1995 1997 2009 2010 2006 2000 1993 1998

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ALL-TIME STANDINGS 1990

Team Brigham Young New Mexico San Diego State Wyoming Colorado State Utah

1991

Team New Mexico Brigham Young San Diego State Wyoming Colorado State Utah UTEP

1992

Team Brigham Young Fresno State San Diego State New Mexico Wyoming Colorado State Utah UTEP

1993

Team Brigham Young San Diego State New Mexico Utah Colorado State Fresno State Wyoming UTEP

1994

Team Brigham Young San Diego State New Mexico Wyoming Utah Fresno State Colorado State UTEP

1995

Team San Diego State Brigham Young Colorado State Utah Fresno State New Mexico Wyoming UTEP

WAC

W L 9 1 7 3 6 4 5 5 3 7 0 10

Overall

PCT .900 .700 .600 .500 .300 .000

W 26 22 24 19 15 7

W L PCT 12 0 1.000 10 2 .833 8 4 .667 5 7 .417 4 8 .333 3 9 .250 0 12 .000

W 23 26 18 13 19 15 13

WAC

WAC

W L PCT 14 0 1.000 11 3 .786 8 6 .571 7 7 .500 7 7 .500 6 8 .429 3 11 .214 0 14 .000

WAC

W L PCT 14 0 1.000 8 6 .571 8 6 .571 7 7 .500 7 7 .500 6 8 .429 5 9 .357 1 13 .071

WAC

W L 13 1 10 4 9 5 8 6 7 7 6 8 3 11 0 14

WAC

W L 13 1 11 3 8 6 7 7 6 8 6 8 4 10 1 13

PCT .929 .714 .643 .571 .500 .429 .214 .000

PCT .929 .786 .571 .500 .429 .429 .286 .071

L PCT 8 .765 7 .759 12 .667 10 .655 18 .455 21 .250

Overall

L PCT 6 .793 5 .839 13 .581 13 .500 12 .613 20 .429 21 .382

Overall

W 29 21 23 18 17 19 18 8

L PCT 4 .879 14 .600 9 .719 12 .600 12 .586 11 .633 15 .545 23 .258

Overall

W 29 22 18 25 19 11 13 13

L PCT 3 .906 11 .667 11 .621 11 .694 11 .633 19 .367 14 .481 15 .464

Overall

W 25 22 20 17 16 21 12 11

L PCT 4 .862 10 .688 10 .667 13 .567 13 .552 13 .618 19 .387 17 .393

Overall

W 27 21 21 14 23 11 10 8

L PCT 5 .844 9 .700 11 .656 17 .452 12 .657 14 .440 20 .333 18 .308

1996

WAC

Overall

Pacific Division Hawai‘i San Diego State Colorado State Fresno State Wyoming San Jose State UNLV Air Force

W L PCT 16 0 1.000 13 3 .813 10 6 .625 9 7 .563 8 8 .500 5 11 .313 3 13 .231 1 15 .063

W 35 22 23 22 14 10 5 4

L PCT 3 .921 11 .667 11 .676 10 .688 17 .452 20 .333 22 .185 23 .148

Mountain Division Brigham Young New Mexico UTEP Utah Rice SMU Tulsa TCU

W L 15 1 13 3 10 6 10 6 9 7 3 13 2 14 1 15

W 27 18 19 20 16 7 8 4

L PCT 7 .794 11 .621 10 .655 12 .625 18 .471 24 .226 24 .250 30 .118

1997

WAC

PCT .938 .813 .625 .625 .563 .188 .125 .063

Overall

Pacific Division Hawai‘i Fresno State San Diego State San Jose State SMU TCU Rice Tulsa

W L PCT W L PCT 14 0 1.000 25 8 .758 11 3 .786 24 9 .727 11 3 .786 18 11 .621 7 7 .500 17 14 .548 5 9 .357 15 19 .448 4 10 .286 13 18 .419 3 11 .214 7 25 .219 1 13 .071 6 29 .171

Mountain Division Brigham Young Colorado State Wyoming Utah New Mexico UTEP UNLV Air Force

W L PCT W 13 1 .929 29 12 2 .857 27 10 4 .714 19 9 5 .643 22 6 8 .429 14 4 10 .286 15 2 12 .143 9 0 14 .000 5

1998

WAC

L PCT 6 .829 6 .818 12 .613 9 .710 15 .483 12 .556 18 .333 28 .152

Overall

Pacific Division Hawai‘i Brigham Young Utah San Jose State Fresno State New Mexico UTEP San Diego State

W L PCT W L PCT 13 1 .929 32 3 .914 13 1 .929 31 4 .886 9 5 .643 21 10 .677 7 7 .500 21 12 .636 7 7 .500 18 11 .621 3 11 .214 9 18 .333 2 12 .143 10 15 .400 2 12 .143 5 23 .179

Mountain Division Colorado State UNLV Rice Wyoming SMU TCU Tulsa Air Force

W L PCT W 12 2 .857 24 11 3 .786 23 10 4 .714 23 10 4 .714 16 5 9 .357 14 4 10 .286 7 2 12 .143 11 2 12 .143 9

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L PCT 8 .750 8 .742 10 .697 14 .533 17 .452 23 .233 16 .407 17 .346


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ALL-TIME STANDINGS 1999

Hawai‘i San Jose State Fresno State SMU TCU UTEP Tulsa Rice

2000

Hawai‘i San Jose State Nevada UTEP Rice TCU Fresno State Tulsa SMU

2001

WAC

W L PCT 14 0 1.000 11 3 .786 10 4 .714 9 5 .643 5 9 .357 3 11 .214 2 12 .143 2 12 .143

WAC

W L PCT 16 0 1.000 13 3 .813 10 6 .625 7 9 .438 6 10 .375 6 10 .375 6 10 .375 4 12 .250 4 12 .250

WAC

Overall

W 29 25 16 20 11 5 10 11

L PCT 2 .935 6 .806 12 .571 13 .606 19 .367 24 .172 18 .357 23 .324

Overall

W 31 22 13 16 17 15 13 20 14

L PCT 2 .939 10 .688 14 .481 15 .516 16 .515 18 .455 17 .433 13 .606 17 .452

Overall

Western Division Hawai‘i San Jose State Nevada Fresno State Boise State

W L PCT W L PCT 13 0 1.000 29 6 .829 9 4 .692 25 8 .758 9 4 .692 17 8 .680 7 6 .538 14 10 .583 1 12 .077 1 25 .038

Eastern Division Rice SMU Tulsa UTEP Louisiana Tech

W L PCT W L PCT 10 3 .769 17 9 .654 8 5 .615 14 13 .519 5 8 .385 11 14 .440 3 10 .231 9 15 .375 0 13 .000 8 20 .286

2002

WAC

Overall

Western Division Hawai‘i Fresno State Nevada San Jose State Boise State

W L PCT W L PCT 13 0 1.000 34 2 .944 10 3 .769 23 7 .767 8 5 .615 22 10 .688 7 6 .538 15 17 .469 0 13 .000 1 24 .040

Eastern Division Rice UTEP SMU Louisiana Tech Tulsa

W L PCT W L PCT 8 5 .615 18 16 .529 6 7 .462 11 14 .440 6 7 .462 12 17 .414 4 9 .308 19 16 .542 3 10 .231 20 13 .606

2003

WAC

Overall

Western Division Hawai‘i Fresno State Nevada San Jose State Boise State

W L PCT W L PCT 13 0 1.000 36 2 .947 10 3 .769 21 7 .750 7 6 .538 16 15 .516 6 7 .462 10 20 .333 1 12 .077 6 24 .200

Eastern Division SMU Rice Louisiana Tech Tulsa UTEP

W L PCT 11 2 .846 9 4 .692 4 9 .308 2 11 .154 2 11 .154

W 23 19 16 11 8

L PCT 7 .767 10 .655 15 .516 17 .393 22 .267

2004

WAC

W 13 10 6 6 5

Eastern Division Rice Tulsa SMU UTEP Louisiana Tech

W L PCT W L PCT 12 1 .923 25 5 .833 5 8 .385 17 10 .630 5 8 .385 14 14 .500 2 11 .154 10 15 .400 1 12 .077 6 21 .222

2005

Hawai‘i New Mexico State Utah State Nevada Idaho San Jose State Fresno State Boise State Louisiana Tech

2006

Hawai‘i New Mexico State Idaho San Jose State Nevada Boise State Utah State Fresno State Louisiana Tech

2007

Hawai‘i New Mexico State Utah State Nevada Idaho San Jose State Fresno State Boise State Louisiana Tech

2008

Hawai‘i New Mexico State Idaho Utah State San Jose State Nevada Boise State Fresno State Louisiana Tech

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L PCT 0 1.000 3 .769 7 .462 7 .462 8 .385

Overall

Western Division Hawai‘i Nevada Boise State Fresno State San Jose State

WAC

W L PCT 16 0 1.000 11 5 .688 11 5 .688 10 6 .625 8 8 .500 7 9 .438 4 12 .250 3 13 .188 2 14 .125

WAC

W L PCT 15 1 .938 14 2 .875 10 6 .625 9 7 .562 9 7 .562 6 10 .375 6 10 .375 3 13 .188 0 16 .000

WAC

W L PCT 15 1 .938 14 2 .875 11 5 .688 10 6 .625 9 7 .562 7 9 .438 3 13 .188 2 14 .125 1 15 .062

WAC

W L PCT 15 1 .938 15 1 .938 11 5 .688 9 7 .562 7 9 .438 7 9 .438 5 11 .312 3 13 .188 0 16 .000

W 30 21 17 15 15

L PCT 1 .968 10 .677 12 .586 13 .536 13 .536

Overall

W 27 20 21 18 16 12 7 8 15

L PCT 7 .794 7 .741 13 .618 13 .581 14 .533 17 .414 21 .250 18 .308 18 .455

Overall

W 29 33 12 19 15 13 13 6 6

L PCT 6 .829 4 .892 18 .400 12 .613 15 .500 17 .433 19 .406 24 .200 28 .176

Overall

W 27 26 17 16 13 14 5 6 6

L PCT 6 .818 6 .812 13 .567 11 .593 17 .433 15 .483 26 .161 23 .207 24 .200

Overall

W 31 26 19 11 13 12 9 7 4

L PCT 4 .886 9 .743 10 .655 17 .393 18 .419 17 .414 19 .321 20 .259 24 .143


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ALL-TIME STANDINGS/ALL-TIME CHAMPIONS 2009

Hawai‘i New Mexico State Idaho Fresno State Nevada Boise State Utah State Louisiana Tech San Jose State

2010

Hawai‘i New Mexico State Utah State Boise State Idaho Nevada Fresno State San Jose State Louisiana Tech

WAC

W L PCT 16 0 1.000 13 3 .812 11 5 .688 7 9 .438 7 9 .438 7 9 .438 6 10 .375 4 12 .250 1 15 .062

WAC

W L PCT 16 0 1.000 12 4 .750 9 7 .562 8 8 .500 8 8 .500 7 9 .438 7 9 .438 3 13 .188 2 14 .125

Overall

W 32 20 15 15 11 8 15 15 1

2011

Hawai’i New Mexico State Idaho Fresno State Utah State San Jose State Nevada Louisiana Tech

WAC

W L PCT 14 0 1.000 10 4 .714 10 4 .714 7 7 .500 7 7 .500 6 8 .429 2 12 .143 0 14 .000

Overall

W 31 23 16 14 12 12 5 10

Overall

W 29 18 24 21 14 13 13 8 13

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONS

Year Team 1990 Brigham Young 1991 New Mexico 1992 Brigham Young 1993 Brigham Young Brigham Young 1994 1995 San Diego State 1996 Brigham Young Hawai‘i 1997 Brigham Young Hawai‘i 1998 Colorado State Hawai‘i Brigham Young 1999 Hawai‘i 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Hawai‘i 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Hawai‘i New Mexico State 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 Hawai‘i

L PCT 3 .914 9 .690 15 .500 16 .484 20 .355 22 .267 14 .517 18 .455 27 .036

L PCT 3 .906 13 .581 9 .727 12 .636 15 .483 17 .433 15 .464 22 .267 20 .394

WAC Record 9-1 12-0 14-0 14-0 13-1 13-1 15-1 (Mountain) 16-0 (Pacific) 13-1 (Mountain) 14-0 (Pacific) 12-2 (Mountain) 13-1 (Pacific) 13-1 (Pacific) 14-0 16-0 13-0 13-0 13-0 13-0 16-0 15-1 15-1 15-1 15-1 16-0 16-0 14-0

WAC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS

Year Champion 1996 Brigham Young 1997 Brigham Young 1998 Hawai‘i 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Hawai‘i 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Utah State 2011 Hawai‘i

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Site Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. San Jose, Calif. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Las Cruces, N.M. Honolulu, Hawai‘i Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev.

L PCT 2 .939 10 .697 12 .571 15 .483 17 .414 17 .414 21 .192 22 .312


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COMPOSITE STANDINGS/NCAA POSTSEASON

WAC TEAMS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT

STANDINGS (1990-2011)

1990

WAC Current Members New Mexico State Idaho Utah State San Jose State Louisiana Tech Past Members Hawai‘i Brigham Young San Diego State New Mexico Rice Nevada Colorado State Wyoming Fresno State Utah SMU UNLV TCU Boise State UTEP Tulsa Air Force

W L PCT 89 21 .809 67 43 .609 59 51 .536 110 126 .466 18 144 .111

232 4 .983 112 10 .918 79 43 .648 71 51 .582 69 57 .548 96 82 .539 65 57 .533 62 60 .508 139 153 .476 55 67 .451 56 72 .438 16 28 .364 20 54 .270 39 109 .264 43 151 .222 22 102 .177 3 41 .068

OVERALL Current Members New Mexico State Utah State Idaho San Jose State Louisiana Tech Past Members Hawai‘i Brigham Young San Diego State Colorado State New Mexico Utah Rice Wyoming Fresno State Nevada SMU UNLV Tulsa UTEP TCU Boise State Air Force

W L 166 58 113 102 105 101 239 248 108 222

PCT .741 .526 .510 .491 .327

487 63 .885 243 50 .829 181 105 .633 179 107 .626 153 104 .595 158 128 .552 153 132 .537 138 125 .525 309 291 .515 179 182 .496 132 141 .484 37 48 .435 112 155 .419 158 235 .402 50 102 .329 90 196 .315 18 68 .209

First Round New Mexico def. Pepperdine - 15-7, 15-10, 15-12 (Albuquerque) San Diego State def. Brigham Young - 15-10, 15-8, 12-15, 15-13 (Provo) Stanford def. Wyoming - 15-4, 15-5, 15-8 (Palo Alto) West Regional (Los Angeles) Stanford def. San Diego State - 15-11, 13-15, 15-6, 15-1 UCLA def. New Mexico - 15-8, 11-15, 15-3, 16-14

1991

First Round New Mexico def. Washington State - 15-5, 11-15, 15-9, 15-4 (Albuquerque) Southern Cal def. Brigham Young - 15-7, 15-6, 1-15, 15-9 (Provo) West Regional (Palo Alto) UCLA def. New Mexico - 15-12, 15-10, 15-10

1992

First Round Brigham Young def. Santa Clara - 15-4, 15-13, 16-14 (Provo) Arizona State def. New Mexico - 12-15, 9-15, 15-11, 15-5, 15-11 (Albuquerque) West Regional (Los Angeles) Brigham Young def. Southern California - 15-5, 15-5, 13-15, 15-11 UCLA def. Brigham Young - 15-5, 15-8, 15-9

1993

First Round Brigham Young (Bye) New Mexico def. Santa Clara - 15-11, 11-15, 15-11, 15-8 (Albuquerque) Second Round Brigham Young def. Washington State - 15-6, 15-11, 15-4 (Provo) UCLA def. New Mexico - 15-8, 15-3, 15-6 (Los Angeles) West Regional (Los Angeles) Brigham Young def. Arizona - 15-8, 11-15, 15-9, 15-8 Brigham Young def. UCLA - 16-14, 17-15, 15-11 National Semifinals (Madison) Penn State def. Brigham Young - 15-13, 6-15, 16-14, 15-12 (Semifinal)

1994

First Round Brigham Young (Bye) New Mexico def. Washington St. - 7-15, 15-8, 13-15, 15-11, 15-8 (Albuquerque) San Diego State def. Memphis - 7-15, 15-6, 15-5, 15-9 (San Diego) Washington def. Wyoming - 7-15, 15-9, 15-4, 15-13 (Seattle) Second Round Arizona def. Brigham Young - 10-15, 15-5, 15-4, 15-10 (Provo) Arizona State def. San Diego State - 15-13, 6-15, 9-15, 15-6, 15-12 (Tempe) Southern California def. New Mexico - 15-13, 15-4, 15-6 (Los Angeles)

1995

First Round San Diego State (Bye) Brigham Young def. Houston - 15-5, 15-10, 15-8 (Provo) Long Beach State def. Colorado State - 15-3, 15-11, 15-2 (Long Beach) Second Round Michigan State def. Brigham Young - 15-7, 15-9, 15-7 (East Lansing) San Diego State def. Long Beach State - 15-17, 15-13, 15-12, 15-11 (San Diego) Mountain Regional (Honolulu, Hawai‘i) Michigan State def. San Diego State - 15-11, 15-13, 15-10

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NCAA POSTSEASON 1996

First Round Brigham Young & Hawai‘i (Byes) Colorado State def. Houston - 15-10, 15-13, 15-11 (Fort Collins) San Diego State def. Sam Houston State - 15-4, 15-2, 13-15, 15-9 (San Diego)

NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

Current Members

Overall Yrs W L Pct Idaho 6 2 6 .250 (1992-93-94-95-03-04)

Second Round Brigham Young def. Washington - 15-7, 8-15, 15-8, 15-7 (Provo) Hawai‘i def. Colorado - 15-12, 15-11, 15-13 (Honolulu) Stanford def. Colorado State - 15-10, 15-4, 15-7 (Palo Alto) Texas def. San Diego State - 17-15, 15-13, 15-5 (Austin) Mountain Regional (Honolulu, Hawai‘i) Brigham Young def. Pacific - 15-7, 8-15, 15-4, 13-15, 15-13 Hawai‘i def. Texas - 15-13, 13-15, 15-13, 15-2 Hawai‘i def. Brigham Young - 15-10, 15-6, 15-6 National Semifinals (Cleveland, Ohio) Hawai‘i def. Florida - 15-11, 15-8, 15-9 (Semifinal) National Finals (Cleveland, Ohio) Stanford def. Hawai‘i - 15-7, 15-3, 15-5 (Championship)

As WAC Member Yrs W L Pct 0 0 0 .000

New Mexico State 5 1 5 .167 (2003-04-06-07-08)

3 1 3 .250

San Jose State 12 8 13 .381 (1982-83-84-85-86-87-88-89-90-98-00-01)

3 1 3 .250

Utah State (2000-01-05-10)

2 0 2 .000

4 2 4 .333

Past Members

1997

First Round Brigham Young (Bye) Colorado State def. American - 15-5, 15-2, 15-17, 15-1 (Pullman) Loyola Marymount def. Hawai‘i - 15-7, 15-7, 15-4 (Long Beach)

Overall As WAC Member Yrs W L Pct Yrs W L Pct Brigham Young 17 22 17 .564 9 13 9 .591 (1981-82-83-84-85-86-87-88-90-91-92-93-94-95-96-97-98)

Second Round Brigham Young def. Minnesota - 15-8, 15-9, 15-11 (Provo) Washington State def. Colorado State - 15-12, 12-15, 15-6, 15-13 (Pullman)

Colorado State 10 7 10 .412 (1983-84-85-86-87-88-95-96-97-98)

4 3 4 .429

Fresno State (1984-91-98-02)

2 0 2 .000

East Regional (University Park, Pa.) Brigham Young def. Texas A&M - 15-12, 7-15, 17-15, 13-15, 16-14 Penn State def. Brigham Young - 15-0, 15-12, 15-10

1998

First Round Arizona def. Fresno State - 16-14, 15-9, 15-11 (Long Beach) Colorado def. San Jose State - 15-12, 15-9, 15-9 (Champaign) Colorado State def. South Carolina - 6-15, 15-7, 15-7, 10-15, 15-12 (Austin) Brigham Young def. Coastal Carolina - 15-1, 15-7, 15-3 (Provo) Utah def. Illinois State - 15-11, 15-12, 15-5 (Lincoln) Hawai‘i def. Brown - 15-3, 15-5, 15-6 (Honolulu) Second Round Texas def. Colorado State - 15-6, 15-6, 15-9 (Austin) Brigham Young def. Kansas State - 15-6, 15-10, 17-15 (Provo) Nebraska def. Utah - 14-16, 15-4, 15-8, 15-9 (Lincoln) East Regional (Gainsville, Fla.) Hawai‘i def. Arkansas - 15-13, 15-9, 15-9 Florida def. Hawai‘i - 11-15, 4-15, 15-10, 15-4, 15-7 Central Regional (University Park, Pa.) Brigham Young def. Pacific - 15-7, 15-5, 12-15, 16-14 Penn State def. Brigham Young - 18-16, 15-2, 15-10

1999

First Round Hawai‘i def. Prairie View A&M - 15-3, 15-0, 15-3 (Gainesville)

4 2 4 .333

Hawai‘i 30 72 27 .727 18 39 16 .709 (1981-82-83-84-85-86-87-88-89-90-91-93-94-95-96-97-98-99-0001-02-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11) Nevada 5 0 5 .000 (1998-01-02-04-05)

4 0 4 .000

New Mexico 7 5 7 .417 (1981-88-90-91-92-93-94)

5 4 5 .444

San Diego State 12 16 12 .571 (1981-82-83-84-85-86-88-89-90-94-95-96)

4 4 4 .500

Wyoming (1986-89-90-94)

4 2 4 .333

2 0 2 .000

Yrs W L Pct Current Members 27 13 28 .317 Former Members 89 126 86 .594 Overall 116 139 114 .549

Yrs W L Pct 8 2 8 .200 48 63 46 .578 56 65 54 .546

TOTALS

Second Round Hawai‘i def. Utah - 15-11, 15-6, 15-4 (Gainesville) Pacific Regionals (Honolulu, Hawai‘i) Texas A&M def. Hawai‘i - 15-9, 12-15, 15-9, 15-12

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NCAA POSTSEASON 2000

First Round Hawai‘i def. Davidson - 15-5, 15-6, 15-8 (Honolulu) Long Beach State def. San Jose State - 17-15, 13-15, 15-11, 15-4 (San Jose State) Second Round Hawai‘i def. Utah - 15-12, 15-8, 15-8 (Honolulu)

2005

First Round Stanford def. Nevada - 25-30, 20-30, 21-30 (Palo Alto) Arizona def. Utah State - 26-30, 27-30, 20-30 (Salt Lake City) Hawai‘i def. Texas State - 30-25, 30-18, 30-23 (Austin) Second Round Hawai‘i def. Texas - 19-30, 30-18, 30-21, 30-20 (Austin)

West Regionals (Honolulu, Hawai‘i) Hawai‘i def. Long Beach State - 11-15, 15-13, 15-9, 12-15, 15-6 Hawai‘i def. UC Santa Barbara - 8-15, 15-1, 15-10, 15-3

Regionals (University Park, Pa.) Missouri def. Hawai‘i - 26-30, 30-26, 27-30, 22-30

National Semifinals (Richmond, Va.) Nebraska def. Hawai‘i - 15-3, 15-12, 9-15, 15-10

First Round Colorado def. New Mexico State - 24-30, 20-30, 32-34 (Boulder) Hawai‘i def. Oregon - 30-17, 30-17, 30-18 (Long Beach)

2006

2001

First Round Hawai‘i def. Washington State - 34-32, 30-26, 30-23 (Pullman) San Jose State def. Santa Clara - 17-30, 30-25, 24-30, 30-25, 16-14 (Stanford) Stanford def. Nevada - 20-30, 16-30, 20-30 (Stanford) Second Round Hawai‘i def. Eastern Washington - 30-22, 28-30, 30-26, 30-23 (Pullman) Stanford def. San Jose State - 20-30, 16-30, 20-30 (Stanford) Regional Semifinals (Long Beach, Calif.) UCLA def. Hawai‘i - 30-25, 30-28, 22-30, 30-22

2002

Central Regionals (Lincoln, Neb.) Hawai‘i def. North Carolina - 30-21, 30-23, 30-22 Hawai‘i def. Nebraska - 30-25, 25-30, 30-27, 30-21 National Semifinals (New Orleans, La.) Stanford def. Hawai‘i - 25-30, 27-30, 24-30

2003

First Round Hawai‘i def. Idaho - 30-24, 30-20, 30-21 (Honolulu) Second Round Hawai‘i def. BYU - 30-19, 30-23, 30-22 (Honolulu) Honolulu Regional (Honolulu, Hawai‘i) Hawai‘i def. Illinois - 30-21, 30-22, 33-31 Hawai‘i def. Georgia Tech - 32-34, 33-31, 30-24, 30-25 National Semifinals (Dallas, Texas) Florida def. Hawai‘i - 30-28, 30-28, 23-30, 30-28

2004

First Round Hawai‘i def. Colorado - 24-30, 30-22, 30-20, 30-24 (Fort Collins) Wichita State def. Nevada - 30-16, 30-24, 30-20 (Lincoln) Michigan def. Rice - 31-29, 24-30, 30-23, 30-20 (Austin) Second Round Hawai‘i def. Purdue - 33-31, 30-27, 30-19 (Fort Collins) Regional Semifinals (Green Bay, Wis.) Wisconsin def. Hawai‘i - 31-29, 30-23, 22-30, 28-30, 21-19

Regionals (Honolulu, Hawai‘i) Hawai‘i def. USC - 28-30, 30-21, 21-30, 30-27, 15-5 UCLA def. Hawai‘i - 16-30, 23-30, 23-30

2007

First Round LSU def. New Mexico State - 25-30, 30-21, 30-21, 27-30, 13-15 (Austin) Hawai‘i def. Tennessee State - 30-26, 30-14, 30-17 (Louisville) Second Round Louisville def. Hawai‘i - 22-30, 18-30, 30-15, 31-33 (Louisville)

First Round Hawai‘i def. Western Kentucky - 30-18, 30-25, 30-21 (Honolulu) UC Santa Barbara def. Fresno State - 30-20, 28-30, 30-21, 26-30 (Santa Barbara) Pacific def. Nevada - 24-30, 14-30, 25-30, 30-28, 11-15 (Stanford) Second Round Hawai‘i def. Washington - 30-26, 39-27, 30-25 (Honolulu)

Second Round Hawai‘i def. Long Beach State - 30-28, 30-26, 24-30, 30-17 (Long Beach)

2008

First Round New Mexico State def. Saint Mary’s - 22-25, 25-16, 25-21, 25-15 (Berkeley) Hawai‘i def. Belmont - 25-19, 25-11, 25-16 (Los Angeles) Second Round California def. New Mexico State - 25-23, 25-13, 21-25, 25-17 (Berkeley) Hawai‘i def. USC - 25-21, 25-18, 25-22 (Los Angeles) Regionals (Fort Collins, Colo.) Hawai‘i def. Purdue - 18-25, 25-22, 25-23, 25-20 Stanford def. Hawai‘i - 25-19, 25-9, 25-18

2009

First Round Hawai‘i def. New Mexico - 25-22, 25-16, 25-21 (Los Angeles) Second Round Hawai‘i def. USC - 25-20, 25-18, 16-25, 27-25 (Los Angeles) Regionals (Palo Alto, Calif.) Hawai‘i def. Illinois - 21-25, 25-10, 27-25, 25-16 Hawai‘i def. Michigan - 25-23, 25-19, 25-18 National Semifinals (Tampa, Fla.) Penn State def. Hawai‘i - 23-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-18

2010

First Round Hawai‘i def. Portland State - 25-23, 25-19, 25-8 (Seattle) California def. Utah State - 25-15, 25-11, 25-20 (Berkeley) Second Round Washington def. Hawai‘i - 25-17, 25-11, 25-23 (Seattle)

2011

First Round Hawai‘i def. Northern Colorado - 25-21, 25-15, 25-15 (Honolulu) Second Round Hawai‘i def. Colorado State - 22-25, 25-22, 25-16, 25-18 (Honolulu) Regionals (Honolulu, Hawai‘i) USC def. Hawai‘i - 19-25, 29-27, 19-25, 25-23, 15-12 80 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide


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NIVC POSTSEASON/WAC TOURNAMENT

WAC TOURNAMENT HISTORY

NIVC TOURNAMENT HISTORY

1996 - Las Vegas, Nev. (Nov. 26-30)

Overall Yrs W L PCT 1 2 2 .500 Colorado State (1990) Fresno State (1992-94-95) 3 7 5 .583 Rice (1995) 1 1 3 .250 San Jose State (1994) 1 5 1 .833 1 4 1 .800 Utah (1993) TOTALS 5 19 12 .613

As WAC Member Yrs W L PCT 1 2 2 .500 3 7 5 .583 - - - - - - 1 4 1 .800 5 13 8 .619

Boldface indicates appearance as WAC member.

WAC TEAMS IN THE NIVC 1990 (Knoxville, Tenn.)

Colorado State def. Eastern Kentucky - 16-14, 15-12, 15-8 Cal State Northridge def. Colorado State - 15-7, 15-4, 15-12 Iowa def. Colorado State - 15-5, 15-7, 15-9 Colorado State def. Alabama-Birmingham - 15-12, 16-14, 15-12

1-Hawai‘i, 2-Brigham Young, 3-San Diego State, 4-New Mexico, 5-Utah, 6-Fresno State, 7-Colorado State, 8-UTEP, 9-Rice, 10-Wyoming, 11-San Jose State, 12-UNLV

Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Match 4 Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Semifinal 1 Semifinal 2 Championship

Fresno State def. San Jose State, 15-11, 15-13, 15-9 Utah def. UNLV, 15-11, 15-4, 15-8 Rice def. UTEP, 15-17, 15-4, 7-15, 15-7, 15-12 Colorado State def. Wyoming, 15-7, 11-15, 15-8, 15-3 San Diego State def. Fresno State, 15-12, 16-14, 15-10 New Mexico def. Utah, 15-13, 12-15, 15-9, 15-10 Hawai‘i def. Rice, 15-10, 15-6, 15-6 Brigham Young def. Colorado State, 11-15, 15-9, 15-3, 15-11 Hawai‘i def. New Mexico, 15-4, 15-8, 15-2 Brigham Young def. San Diego State, 9-15, 15-13, 15-13, 15-11 Brigham Young def. Hawai‘i, 6-15, 15-11, 15-13, 16-18, 15-8

1997 - Las Vegas, Nev. (Nov. 24-28)

1992 (Kansas City, Mo.)

Fresno State def. Virginia Tech - 15-1, 15-6, 15-7 Texas-Arlington def. Fresno State - 17-15, 16-14, 7-15, 15-11 Fresno State def. Delaware - 15-5, 15-8, 15-5 Bowling Green def. Fresno State - 11-15, 17-15, 18-16, 15-5

1993 (Kansas City, Mo.)

Utah def. Morehead State - 15-6, 15-3, 15-4 Utah def. Hofstra - 15-6, 11-15, 15-10, 15-8 Utah def. Stephen F. Austin - 15-8, 15-7, 12-15, 15-4 Utah def. Oklahoma - 15-6, 13-15, 10-15, 16-14, 24-22 Louisiana State def. Utah - 15-7, 7-15, 15-8, 15-8 (Semifinal)

1994 (Kansas City, Mo.)

Fresno State def. Massachusetts - 15-3, 15-2, 15-10 Fresno State def. Arkansas - 13-15, 15-7, 15-10, 11-15, 15-7 Fresno State def. Idaho State - 15-5, 13-15, 15-6, 15-8 Iowa State def. Fresno State - 15-10, 15-10, 15-9

Seeds:

Pacific - 1-Hawai‘i, 2-San Diego State, 3-Fresno State, 4-San Jose State, 5-SMU, 6-TCU Mountain - 1-Brigham Young, 2-Colorado State, 3-Wyoming, 4-Utah, 5-New Mexico, 6-UTEP

Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Match 4 Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Semifinal 1 Semifinal 2 Championship

Fresno State def. UTEP, 17-15, 6-15, 15-13, 15-10 Utah def. SMU, 15-3, 15-6, 15-11 San Jose State def. New Mexico, 15-11, 15-5, 15-9 Wyoming def. TCU, 15-10, 15-3, 14-16, 15-5 Colorado State def. Fresno State, 8-15, 15-13, 15-6, 15-8 Hawai‘i def. Utah, 8-15, 15-10, 13-15, 15-12, 15-8 Brigham Young def. San Jose State, 15-9, 15-10, 15-8 San Diego State def. Wyoming, 14-16, 15-12, 13-15, 15-9, 15-13 Hawai‘i def. Colorado State, 16-14, 7-15, 15-12, 15-8 Brigham Young def. San Diego State, 15-13, 15-4, 15-10 Brigham Young def. Hawai‘i, 15-6, 15-6, 15-8

1998 - Las Vegas, Nev. (Nov. 24-28) Seeds:

1995 (Kansas City, Mo.)

Fresno State def. Pittsburgh - 16-14, 9-15, 15-12, 16-14 Fresno State def. Stephen F. Austin - 6-15, 15-7, 15-5, 15-8 Saint Louis def. Fresno State - 12-15, 15-11, 15-5, 5-15, 15-11 Wisconsin def. Fresno State - 15-6, 10-15, 15-13, 15-4

Seeds:

COMPOSITE WAC TOURNAMENT RECORDS

School Appearances W L Pct Championships Hawai‘i 14 36 3 .923 11 Brigham Young 3 8 1 .889 2 New Mexico State 7 10 7 .588 0 Utah State 6 5 5 .500 1 San Diego State 2 2 2 .500 0 Utah 3 3 3 .500 0 San Jose State 12 11 12 .478 0 Nevada 10 8 10 .444 0 Fresno State 13 9 13 .409 0 Colorado State 3 2 3 .400 0 Wyoming 3 2 3 .400 0 Idaho 7 3 7 .300 0 Rice 6 3 6 .333 0 UNLV 2 1 2 .333 0 Boise State 8 3 8 .273 0 New Mexico 3 1 3 .250 0 Tulsa 4 1 3 .250 0 UTEP 4 1 4 .200 0 SMU 6 1 6 .143 0 TCU 2 0 2 .000 0 Louisiana Tech 7 0 7 .000 0

Pacific - 1-Brigham Young, 2-Hawai‘i, 3-Utah, 4-San Jose State, 5-Fresno State, 6-New Mexico Mountain - 1-Colorado State, 2-UNLV, 3-Rice, 4-Wyoming, 5-SMU, 6-TCU

Match 1 Utah def. TCU, 15-11, 15-9, 15-5 Match 2 Wyoming def. Fresno State, 15-11, 15-12, 15-10 Match 3 San Jose State def. SMU, 15-9, 15-10, 15-12 Match 4 Rice def. New Mexico, 15-6, 16-18, 15-8, 15-13 Quarterfinal 1 UNLV def. Utah, 16-14, 15-12, 15-9 Quarterfinal 2 Brigham Young def. Wyoming, 15-12, 15-10, 15-6 Quarterfinal 3 San Jose State def. Colorado State, 7-15, 10-15, 17-15, 15-8, 15-10 Quarterfinal 4 Hawai‘i def. Rice, 12-15, 15-1, 15-10, 15-6 Semifinal 1 Hawai‘i def. San Jose State, 15-4, 15-7, 15-12 Semifinal 2 Brigham Young def. UNLV, 15-12, 15-10, 15-6 Championship Hawai‘i def. Brigham Young, 15-12, 21-19, 13-15, 16-18, 24-22

2001 - San Jose, Calif. (Nov. 15-18) Seeds: Match 1 Match 2 Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Semifinal 1 Semifinal 2 Championship

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1-Hawai‘i, 2-Nevada, 3-San Jose State, 4-Rice, 5-Fresno State, 6-SMU, 7-UTEP, 8-Tulsa, 9- Boise State, 10- Louisiana Tech Tulsa def. Boise State, 30-21, 30-14, 30-17 UTEP def. Louisiana Tech, 30-27, 30-18, 30-11 Hawai‘i def. Tulsa, 30-18, 30-14, 30-17 Fresno State def. Rice, 31-33, 27-30, 30-17, 30-20, 15-7 San Jose State def. SMU, 30-28, 30-22, 30-15 Nevada def. UTEP, 30-23, 30-20, 30-28 Hawai‘i def. Fresno State, 30-18, 30-25, 30-18 San Jose State def. Nevada, 30-23, 30-18, 30-26 Hawai‘i def. San Jose State, 30-18, 30-25, 30-18


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WAC TOURNAMENT 2008 - Honolulu, Hawai‘i (Nov. 20-23)

2002 - Reno, Nev. (Nov. 22-24) Seeds: Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Semifinal 1 Semifinal 2 Championship

1-Hawai‘i, 2-Fresno State, 3-Nevada, 4-San Jose State, 5-Rice, 6-UTEP, 7-SMU, 8-Louisiana Tech Hawai‘i def. Louisiana Tech - 30-16, 30-19, 30-13 San Jose State def. Rice - 30-32, 30-26, 30-28, 23-30, 15-9 Fresno State def. SMU - 30-21, 30-26, 30-28 Nevada def. UTEP - 30-19, 30-19, 30-24 Hawai‘i def. San Jose State - 30-24, 30-25, 30-24 Nevada def. Fresno State - 18-30, 30-28, 30-24, 40-38 Hawai‘i def. Nevada - 30-19, 30-32, 30-13, 30-23

2003 - Reno, Nev. (Nov. 21-23) Seeds: Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Semifinal 1 Semifinal 2 Championship

SMU def. Louisiana Tech - 30-26, 30-24, 30-27 San Jose State def. Fresno State - 30-25, 31-29, 29-31, 28-30, 16-14 Hawai‘i def. Tulsa - 30-17, 30-12, 34-32 Nevada def. Rice - 30-18, 33-31, 30-21 San Jose State def. SMU - 30-23, 24-30, 30-25, 30-16 Hawai‘i def. Nevada - 30-16, 30-19, 30-17 Hawai‘i def. San Jose State - 30-28, 30-26, 30-20

First Round Boise State def. Idaho - 25-22, 26-24, 23-25, 25-21 First Round Fresno State def. Nevada - 14-25, 25-23, 20-25, 26-24, 15-12 Semifinal 1 New Mexico State def. Boise State - 25-16, 26-24, 25-10 Semifinal 2 Hawai‘i def. Fresno State - 25-15, 25-15, 25-17 Championship Hawai‘i def. New Mexico State - 25-12, 25-17, 25-23

1-Hawai‘i, 2-Rice, 3-Nevada, 4-Boise State, 5-Fresno State, 6-San Jose State, 7-Tulsa, 8-SMU Hawai‘i def. SMU - 30-15, 30-27, 30-20 Fresno State def. Boise State - 30-27, 30-23, 30-23 Nevada def. San Jose State - 30-25, 30-24, 30-26 Rice def. Tulsa - 30-23, 30-22, 30-25 Hawai‘i def. Fresno State - 30-25, 25-30, 30-25, 30-21 Nevada def. Rice - 30-26, 31-29, 28-30, 30-26 Hawai‘i def. Nevada - 30-21, 28-30, 30-22, 30-27

1-Hawai‘i, 2-Utah State, 3-New Mexico State, 4-Nevada, 5-Idaho, 6-San Jose State, 7-Fresno State, 8-Boise State, 9-Louisiana Tech Boise State def. Louisiana Tech - 35-33, 30-18, 31-29 New Mexico State def. San Jose State - 30-23, 30-26, 20-30, 30-19 Utah State def. Fresno State - 26-30, 31-29, 30-16, 30-27 Nevada def. Idaho - 30-22, 36-34, 30-23 Hawai‘i def. Boise State - 30-21, 30-22, 30-26 Utah State def. New Mexico State - 24-30, 30-24, 27-30, 30-25, 15-13 Hawai‘i def. Nevada - 30-25, 30-27, 30-25 Hawai‘i def. Utah State - 30-25, 30-27, 30-25

2006 - Reno, Nev. (Nov. 22-24) Seeds: First Round Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Semifinal 1 Semifinal 2 Championship

Fresno State def. Louisiana Tech - 23-25, 25-23, 25-22, 25-19 Idaho def. Nevada - 25-20, 25-21, 25-18 San Jose State def. Utah State - 16-25, 25-23, 25-16, 17-25, 15-8 New Mexico State def. Fresno State - 25-17, 25-17, 25-22 Hawai‘i def. Boise State - 25-15, 25-16, 25-17 New Mexico State def. San Jose State - 25-18, 25-22, 25-18 Hawai‘i def. Idaho - 25-21, 26-24, 25-14 Hawai‘i def. New Mexico State - 25-19, 25-27, 25-18, 25-9

2009 - Las Vegas, Nev. (Nov. 23-25)

2005 - Reno, Nev. (Nov. 24-26) Seeds: First Round Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Semifinal 1 Semifinal 2 Championship

1-New Mexico State, 2-Hawai‘i, 3-Idaho, 4-Utah State, 5-San Jose State, 6-Nevada, 7-Boise State, 8-Fresno State, 9-Louisiana Tech

1-Hawai‘i, 2-SMU, 3-Fresno State, 4-Nevada, 5-Rice, 6-San Jose State, 7-Louisiana Tech, 8-Tulsa

2004 - Reno, Nev. (Nov. 19-21) Seeds: Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Semifinal 1 Semifinal 2 Championship

Seeds: First Round Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Semifinal 1 Semifinal 2 Championship

1-Hawai‘i, 2-New Mexico State, 3-Idaho, 4-Nevada, 5-San Jose State, 6-Utah State, 7-Boise State, 8-Fresno State, 9-Louisiana Tech Fresno State def. Louisiana Tech - 27-30, 30-26, 31-29, 30-23 New Mexico State def. Boise State - 28-30, 30-25, 31-29, 30-18 Idaho def. Utah State - 30-20, 30-16, 28-30, 31-29 San Jose State def. Nevada - 25-30, 30-27, 30-18, 30-28 Hawai‘i def. Fresno State - 30-16, 30-17, 30-25 New Mexico State def. Idaho - 30-19, 30-19, 30-13 Hawai‘i def. San Jose State - 30-26, 30-27, 30-24 Hawai‘i def. New Mexico State - 30-27, 30-20, 29-31, 30-22

2007 - Las Cruces, N.M. (Nov. 15-17)

Seeds: 1-Hawai‘i, 2-New Mexico State, 3-Utah State, 4-Nevada, 5-Idaho, 6-San Jose State, 7-Fresno State, 8-Boise State, 9-Louisiana Tech First Round Boise State def. Louisiana Tech - 23-30, 30-22, 30-25, 27-30, 15-11 Quarterfinal 1 Nevada def. Idaho - 30-22, 31-22, 30-16, 30-28 Quarterfinal 2 Hawai‘i def. Boise State - 30-13, 30-15, 30-22 Quarterfinal 3 San Jose State def. Utah State - 24-30, 30-28, 19-30, 30-28, 17-15 Quarterfinal 4 New Mexico State def. Fresno State - 30-23, 30-25, 30-23 Semifinal 1 Hawai‘i def. Nevada - 30-27, 31-29, 30-21 Semifinal 2 New Mexico State def. San Jose State - 31-29, 31-29, 30-23 Championship Hawai‘i def. New Mexico State - 28-30, 30-20, 24-30, 30-23, 15-11

Seeds:

1-Hawai‘i, 2-New Mexico State, 3-Idaho, 4-Nevada, 5-Fresno State, 6-Boise State

2010 - Las Vegas, Nev. (Nov. 22-24) Seeds:

1-Hawai‘i, 2-New Mexico State, 3-Utah State, 4-Boise State, 5-Idaho, 6-Nevada

First Round Utah State def. Nevada - 25-17, 25-20, 14-25, 25-15 First Round Idaho def. Boise State - 16-25, 27-25, 25-20, 25-27, 15-7 Semifinal 1 Utah State def. New Mexico State - 25-23, 20-25, 25-21, 22-25, 16-14 Semifinal 2 Hawai‘i def. Idaho - 25-11, 25-21, 25-16 Championship Utah State def. Hawai‘i - 25-15, 27-25, 26-24

2011 - Las Vegas, Nev. (Nov. 21-23) Seeds:

1-Hawai‘i, 2-Idaho, 3-New Mexico State, 4-Utah State, 5-Fresno State, 6-San Jose State

First Round New Mexico State def. San Jose State - 25-11, 28-26, 25-13 First Round Fresno State def. Utah State - 25-18, 25-19, 25-10 Semifinal 1 New Mexico State def. Idaho - 25-22, 25-22, 22-16 Semifinal 2 Hawai‘i def. Fresno State - 23-25, 19-25, 25-20, 25-11, 15-10 Championship Hawai‘i def. New Mexico State - 25-22, 25-18, 25-20

Year 1996 1997 1998 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

WAC TOURNAMENT ATTENDANCE Total 11,525 8,369 13,554 2,123 3,162 2,746 4,018 3,069 2,737 10,827 13,827 4,634 7,309 5,124

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Average No. of Matches 2,881 11 2,092 11 3,389 11 354 9 791 7 687 7 1,005 7 767 8 684 8 1,353 8 4,609 8 1,545 5 2,436 5 1,708 5

Site Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. San Jose, Calif. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Reno, Nev. Las Cruces, N.M. Honolulu, Hawai‘i Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev.


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WAC TOURNAMENT ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS 1996

Therese Crawford, Hawai‘i; Gale Oborn Johnson, Brigham Young (MVP); Angelica Ljundquist, Hawai‘i; Robyn Ah Mow, Hawai‘i; Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young; Amy Steele, Brigham Young

1997

Therese Crawford, Hawai‘i; Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young (MVP); Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i; Helen Hjorth, Brigham Young; Andrea Petrilli, Brigham Young; Korie Rogers, Brigham Young; Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young; Martina Vitkova-Engels, San Diego State

1998

Heather Bown, Hawai‘i (MVP); Hedder Ilustre, Hawai‘i; Veronica Lima, Hawai‘i; Tahani Miyashiro, Hawai‘i; Nina Puikkonen, Brigham Young; Korie Rogers, Brigham Young; Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young; Angie Sylvas, UNLV

2001

Brianna Blair, San Jose State; Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i; Maja Gustin, Hawai‘i; Shauna McQuaid, Fresno State; Michelle More, Nevada; Stephanie Pascucci, San Jose State; Karli Silveira, San Jose State and Margaret Vakasausau, Hawai‘i; Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i (MVP)

2002

Whitney Arena, Fresno State; Jennifer Carey, Hawai‘i; Jill Couwenhoven, Nevada; Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i; Kristen Fenton, Fresno State; Carrie Hartt, Fresno State; Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i; Rebeca Pazo, Rice; Lindsey Rule, San Jose State; Salaia Salave`a, Nevada and Laura Wooley, Nevada; Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i (MVP)

2003

Allison Dillion, San Jose State; Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i; Kristen Fenton, Fresno State; Kanoe Kamana‘o, Hawai‘i; Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i (MVP); Beth Karasek, SMU; Jessica Mihm, SMU; Carrie Nash, San Jose State; Salaia Salave’a, Nevada; Jessie Shull, San Jose State; Kimberly Noble, San Jose State and Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i

2004

Alicia Arnott, Hawai‘i; Susie Boogaard, Hawai‘i; Cameron Flunder, Boise State; Tristin Johnson, Nevada; Kanoe Kamana‘o; Hawai‘i; Tessa Kuykendall, Rice; Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i (MVP); Christianna Reneau, Fresno State; Salaia Salave`a, Nevada; Karly Sipherd, Nevada; Carly Sorensen, Nevada; Ashley Watanabe, Hawai‘i

2005

Zuzana Cernianska, Utah State; Jackie Choi, New Mexico State; Cameron Flunder, Boise State; Carolyn Forbush, Utah State; Ambra Hayes, Louisiana Tech; Tara Hittle, Hawai‘i; Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i; Kanoe Kamana‘o; Hawai‘i; Tristin Johnson, Nevada; Kim Oguh, New Mexico State; Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i (MVP); Salaia Salave’a, Nevada

2006

Jackie Choi, New Mexico State; Niki Clement, San Jose State; Kari Gregory, Hawai‘i; Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i, (MVP); Kanoe Kamana‘o, Hawai‘i; Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i; Kim Oguh, New Mexico State; Amber Simpson, New Mexico State

2007

Keri Anglin, San Jose State; Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i; Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i; Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i (MVP); Kim Oguh, New Mexico State; Karly Sipherd, Nevada; Amber Simpson, New Mexico State; Krystal Torres, New Mexico State

2008

Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i; Colleen Burke, San Jose State; Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i; Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i (MVP); Haley Larsen, Idaho; Amber Simpson, New Mexico State; Krystal Torres, New Mexico State; Lindsey Yon, New Mexico State

WAC TOURNAMENT RECORDS

Individual

Kills: 37 Martina Vitkova-Engels, SDSU (Wyoming), 1997 Attempts: 91 Kristen Fenton, Fresno St. (San Jose St.), 2003 Hitting Percentage (Minimum 15 att.): .867 (13-0-15) Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i (SMU), 2004 Assists: 95 Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i (BYU), 1998 Service Aces: 5 Lauren Kelly, Nevada (Idaho), 2007 5 Jackie Choi, New Mexico State (Idaho), 2006 5 Ashley Watanabe (Hawai‘i), 2004 Digs: 33 Meredith Rice, Idaho (Boise State), 2009 Block Solos: 6 Nina Puikkonen, Brigham Young (Hawai‘i), 1998 Block Assists: 16 Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i (Utah), 1997 Total Blocks: 17 Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i (Utah), 1997

Team

Kills: 116 316 Attempts: Hitting Percentage: .495 107 Assists: Service Aces: 12 118 Digs: 9 Block Solos: Block Assists: 47 30.5 Total Blocks:

Defensive

Fewest Points Allowed: Fewest Kills Allowed: Fewest Attempts Allowed: Lowest Hitting %Allowed:

Hawai‘i (Brigham Young), 1998 Hawai‘i (Brigham Young), 1998 (52-7-91) Hawai‘i (Louisiana Tech), 2002 Hawai‘i (Brigham Young), 1998 San Jose State (New Mexico), 1997 Hawai‘i (Brigham Young), 1998 Hawai‘i (Brigham Young), 1998 Brigham Young (Hawai‘i), 1998 Brigham Young (Hawai‘i), 1998

17 19 82 -0.17

Utah (SMU), 1996 Hawai‘i (Boise State), 2007 Fresno State (Hawai‘i), 2009 Hawai‘i (Nevada), 2003

Miscellaneous

Most Hitting Errors: 63 Hawai‘i (Brigham Young), 1998 23 Boise State (NM State), 2009 Fewest Digs: Fewest Blocks: 2 Idaho (Hawai‘i), 2010 Fresno State (NM State), 2008 Louisiana Tech (Hawai‘i), 2002 Most Blocking Errors: 7 Utah (TCU), 1998 Most Ball Handling Errors: 5 Louisiana Tech (SMU), 2003 SMU (Louisiana Tech), 2003 Utah (Hawai‘i), 1996 Most Service Errors: 19 Wyoming (San Diego St.), 1997 Most Receiving Errors: 12 UTEP (San Jose State), 1996 Shortest Match: 1:05 Hawai‘i/Fresno State, 2006 Longest Match: 3:31 Hawai‘i/Brigham Young, 1998 Biggest Upset Based Upon Seeds: (3) Utah State def. (1) Hawai‘i, 2010 (6) San Jose State def. (2) SMU, 2003 (2) Hawai‘i def. (1) Brigham Young, 1998 (2) Brigham Young def. (1) Hawai‘i, 1996 Lowest Seed to Win Tournament: (3) Utah State, 2010

2009

Kelsey Brennan, New Mexico State; Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i; Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i (MVP); Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State; Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State; Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i; Breann Nesselhuf, Boise State; Whitney Woods, New Mexico State

2010

Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i; Shantell Durrant, Utah State; Chelsea Fowles, Utah State; Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State; Elizabeth Ka’aihue, Hawai‘i; Liz McArthur, Utah State (MVP); Shay Sorensen, Utah State; Allison Walker, Idaho

2011

Brianna Clarke, Fresno State; Jane Croson, Hawai‘i; Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i (MVP); Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State; Meredith Hays, New Mexico State; Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i; Kelsi Phillips, New Mexico State; Allison Walker, Idaho

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WAC HONORS/ALL-WAC TEAMS Joe Kearney Award

(Top female athlete of the year) 1993 Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah 2002 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 2003 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 2006 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i 2007 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i

Stan Bates Award

(Top female scholar-athlete of the year) 1997 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i 2003 Stephanie Pascucci, San Jose State

Player of the Year

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young Pauline Manser, New Mexico Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Amy Steele, Brigham Young Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i (PD) Gale Johnson, Brigham Young (MD) Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i (PD) Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young (MD) Heather Bown, Hawai‘i (PD) Jami Laya, Wyoming (MD) Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i

Freshman of the Year

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Tumua Matu’u, Brigham Young Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Brenda Gregersen, Fresno State Juliana Cezar, San Diego State Angie Walker, Brigham Young Maria Moen, Utah Catie Vagneur, Colorado State (PD) Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young (MD) Joslynn Gallup, San Jose State (PD) Kalani Tonga, Utah (MD) Nina Puikkonen, Brigham Young (PD) Angela Knopf, Colorado State (MD) Marci King, TCU (MD) Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Maja Gustin, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Rebeca Pazo, Rice Salaia Salavea, Nevada Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Tara Hittle, Hawai‘i Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Lacey Gera, Fresno State Chelsea Fowles, Utah State Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Emily Hartong, Hawai‘i Meredith Hays, New Mexico State

DefENSIVE Specialist of the Year

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Maria Stutsman y Marquez, New Mexico Nalani Yamashita, Hawai‘i (1st Team-PD) Andrea Petrilli, Brigham Young (1st Team-MD) Kristen vance, Colorado State (2nd Team-PD) Brooke Barton, Utah (2nd Team-MD) Tahani Miyashiro, Hawai‘i (1st Team-PD) Charity Savedra, SMU (2nd Team-PD) Andrea Petrilli, Brigham Young (1st Team-MD) Kristen Vance, Colorado State (2nd Team-MD) Nana Allison, New Mexico (1st Team-PD) Lucie Turkova, Utah (2nd Team-PD) Kristen Vance, Colorado State (1st Team-MD) Marci Hammack, Wyoming (2nd Team-MD) Mariah Ohlsen, SMU (1st Team) Leilua Satele, Fresno State (2nd Team) Sarah Davis, UTEP (1st Team) Christina Lukens, San Jose State (2nd Team)

Coach of the Year

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Laurel Brassey, New Mexico Laurel Brassey, New Mexico Lindy Vivas, Fresno State Elaine Michaelis, Brigham Young Elaine Michaelis, Brigham Young Beth Kuwata, Wyoming Mark Warner, San Diego State Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i (PD) Elaine Michaelis, Brigham Young (MD) Lindy Vivas, Fresno State (PD) Elaine Michaelis, Brigham Young (MD) Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i (PD) Tom Hilbert, Colorado State (MD) Deitre Collins, UNLV (MD) Craig Choate, San Jose State Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i Revis Ward-Daggett, UTEP Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i Linday Vivas, Fresno State Lisa Seifert, SMU Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i Mike Jordan, New Mexico State Grayson DuBose, Utah State Mike Jordan, New Mexico State Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i Debbie Buchanan, Idaho

ALL-WAC TEAMS 1990

FIRST TEAM Marinda Ashman, Brigham Young Dailene Glenn, Wyoming Maria Gurreri, New Mexico Jill Johnson, Colorado State Pauline Manser, New Mexico Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young SECOND TEAM Sharon Browning, New Mexico Carla Gee, Brigham Young Angela Martin, San Diego State Jennifer Miller, San Diego State Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Kim Smith, Wyoming Linda Wilcox, Utah

1991

FIRST TEAM Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Pauline Manser, New Mexico Jennifer Miller, San Diego State Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Kim Smith, Wyoming Linda Wilcox, Utah SECOND TEAM Carrie Appleman, Colorado State Sharon Browning, New Mexico Shannan Egbert, Brigham Young Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Judy Peck, Wyoming Kristen Walton, Colorado State

1992

FIRST TEAM Sharon Browning, New Mexico Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young Suzie Regul, Fresno State Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Shannan Egbert Skidmore, Brigham Young SECOND TEAM Tania Gooley, New Mexico Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Laurel Luman, New Mexico Jennifer Miller, San Diego State Paola Paz-Soldan, Fresno State Andrea Radmilovich, Fresno State

1993

FIRST TEAM Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Tania Gooley, New Mexico Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Tumua Matu’u, Brigham Young Stephanie Riley, San Diego State SECOND TEAM Alicia Bergmann, New Mexico Stacy Bollinger, San Diego State Nicole Chen, Fresno State Laurel Luman, New Mexico Carol Rawson, Brigham Young Kristen Walton, Colorado State

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ALL-WAC TEAMS 1994

FIRST TEAM Juliana Cezar, San Diego State Marianne Clark, Brigham Young Ginger Ernest, San Diego State Tania Gooley, New Mexico Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Gale Oborn, Brigham Young Jil Robins, Wyoming Melissa Sharp, Wyoming Robyn Wentworth, New Mexico SECOND TEAM Wende Brown, Wyoming Sally Downs, New Mexico Mindy Hale, New Mexico Kelly Snarr, Utah Tricia Tuley, Fresno State Angie Walker, Brigham Young

1995

FIRST TEAM Brenda Barton, Utah Alicia Bergmann, New Mexico Juliana Cezar, San Diego State Kristina Dzelme, Wyoming Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Analisa Saylor, Colorado State Amy Steele, Brigham Young Tricia Tuley, Fresno State Martina Vitkova, San Diego State Melanie Williams, Colorado State SECOND TEAM Tera Booker, Fresno State Kristine Butler, New Mexico Ginger Ernest, San Diego State Gale Johnson, Brigham Young Ann-Mari Lindqvist, Brigham Young Katie Tagge, Utah

1996

Pacific Division

FIRST TEAM Robyn Ah Mow, Hawai‘i Therese Crawford, Hawai‘i Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Judy Rexroth, Colorado State Rainie Rogers, Colorado State Martina Vitkova, San Diego State SECOND TEAM Juliana Cezar, San Diego State Andrea Clark, San Diego State Kristina Dzelme, Wyoming Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i Joselyn Robins, Hawai‘i Analisa Saylor, Colorado State

Mountain Division

FIRST TEAM Brenda Barton, Utah Kristine Butler, New Mexico Gale Johnson, Brigham Young Jenny Pavley, New Mexico Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young Amy Steele, Brigham Young SECOND TEAM Gretchen Gegenfurtner, New Mexico ReeDee Granado, UTEP

Cynthia Macias, UTEP Korie Rogers, Brigham Young Sara Shakula, Utah Wendy White, UTEP

1997

Pacific Division

FIRST TEAM Andrea Clark, San Diego State Therese Crawford, Hawai‘i Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i Carrie Mapes, San Diego State Diana Nalbandian, Fresno State Martina Vitkova-Engels, San Diego State Tahani Miyashiro, Hawai‘i

SECOND TEAM Melody Friehauf, Wyoming Nik Kalagoglu, Rice Justine Kamelamela, UNLV Esther Langley, Colorado State Angie Sylvas, UNLV Libra Taylor, Rice

1999

FIRST TEAM Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Anamie Buckelew, Fresno State Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Michelle Sarkees, San Jose State Jessica Sudduth, Hawai‘i

SECOND TEAM Shanus Bennett, Fresno State Holly Froloff, San Jose State Joslynn Gallup, San Jose State Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i Jessica Sudduth, Hawai‘i Kristien Van Lierop, Tulsa Charity Savedra, SMU

SECOND TEAM Diann Aufdermaur, Fresno State Jennifer Carey, Hawai‘i Veronica Lima, Hawai‘i Erin Pryor, SMU Jennifer Roberts, Hawai‘i Adrienne Sanke, Fresno State

Mountain Division

2000

FIRST TEAM Brenda Barton-Whicker, Utah Janie Penfield, Colorado State Korie Rogers, Brigham Young Rainie Rogers, Colorado State Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young Andrea Petrilli, Brigham Young SECOND TEAM Stacie Greenwalt, Utah Jami Laya, Wyoming Judy Rexroth, Colorado State Analisa Saylor, Colorado State Sara Shakula, Utah Amber Smith, New Mexico Kristen Vance, Colorado State

1998

Pacific Division

FIRST TEAM Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Nina Puikkonen, Brigham Young Korie Rogers, Brigham Young Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young Jessica Sudduth, Hawai‘i Kalani Tonga, Utah SECOND TEAM Shanus Bennett, Fresno State Mari Burningham-Carpenter, Brigham Young Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i Heidi Ilustre, Hawai‘i Melissa Layton, Brigham Young Sara Shakula, Utah

Mountain Division

FIRST TEAM Meri-de Boyer, UNLV Tiffany Carrethers, Rice Angela Knopf, Colorado State Jami Laya, Wyoming Catie Vagneur, Colorado State Karolina Zelinka, Rice

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FIRST TEAM Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Maja Gustin, Hawai‘i Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Veronica Lima, Hawai‘i Suzanne Stonebarger, Nevada Jessica Sudduth, Hawai‘i SECOND TEAM Veronica Acosta, UTEP Brianna Blair, San Jose State Jennifer Carey, Hawai‘i Michelle More, Nevada Jacqui Nosan, UTEP Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i

2001

FIRST TEAM Brianna Blair, San Jose State Maja Gustin, Hawai‘i Hedder Ilustre, Hawai‘i Tara Hatfield, SMU Liz Hudson, San Jose State Kellie LaBossiere, Nevada Shauna McQuaid, Fresno State Michelle More, Nevada Janna Newsom, SMU Rebeca Pazo, Rice Margaret Vakasausau, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i SECOND TEAM Jennifer Abbruzzese, UTEP Whitney Arena, Fresno State Christy Burnett, Fresno State Jill Couwenhoven, Nevada Lauren Duggins, Hawai ‘i Beth Karasek, SMU Leslie Lasiter, SMU Leigh Leman, Rice Savannah Smith, San Jose State Shannon Stemler, Nevada Suzanne Stonebarger, Nevada Sara Warner, SMU


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ALL-WAC TEAMS 2002

FIRST TEAM Whitney Arena, Fresno State Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i Kristen Fenton, Fresno State Carrie Hartt, Fresno State Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Java Johnson, Fresno State Leslie Lasiter, SMU Michelle More, Nevada Stephanie Pascucci, San Jose State Rebeca Pazo, Rice Margaret Vakasausau, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i SECOND TEAM Jennifer Abbruzzese, UTEP Christy Burnett, Fresno State Jennifer Carey, Hawai‘i Briana Cook, Rice Jill Couwenhoven, Nevada Sarah Davis, UTEP Rebecca Kainz, Rice Karin Lundqvist, Hawai‘i Lia Mora, Louisiana Tech Salaia Salavea, Nevada Cristine Sant’Anna, Louisiana Tech Melissa Villaroman, Hawai‘i

2003

FIRST TEAM Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i Kristen Fenton, Fresno State Maja Gustin, Hawai‘i Carrie Hartt, Fresno State Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Jessica Mihm, SMU Kimberly Noble, San Jose State Salaia Salave`a, Nevada Rebeca Pazo, Rice Nohea Tano, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i SECOND TEAM Tiffany Bishop, Fresno State Cameron Flunder, Boise State Rebecca Kainz, Rice Beth Karasek, SMU Robyn Keune, Fresno State Tristin Johnson, Nevada Kelly Larkan, SMU Lia Mora, Louisiana Tech Jacky Niederstadt, SMU Jessie Shull, San Jose State Melissa Villaroman, Hawai‘i

2004

FIRST TEAM Alicia Arnott, Hawai‘i Cameron Flunder, Boise State Kristina Hoban, Rice Beth Karasek, SMU Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Tessa Kuykendall, Rice Rebeca Pazo, Rice Olaya Pazo, Rice Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Salaia Salave`a, Nevada Jessie Shull, San Jose State Joyce Silva, Tulsa

SECOND TEAM Tiffany Bishop, Fresno State Susie Boogaard, Hawai‘i Lindsey Carter, Rice Tristin Johnson, Nevada Rebecca Kainz, Rice Heather Malaschak, Boise State Carrie Nash, San Jose State Joy Okpa, Louisiana Tech Tuli Peters, Fresno State Christianna Reneau, Fresno State Karly Sipherd, Nevada Ashley Watanbe, Hawai‘i

2005

2007

FIRST TEAM Colleen Burke, San Jose State Aneli Cubi-Ontineru, Hawai‘i Teal Ericson, Nevada Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Haley Larsen, Idaho Amanda Nielson, Utah State Kim Oguh, New Mexico State Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Karly Sipherd, Nevada Krystal Torres, New Mexico State Lindsey Yon, New Mexico State

FIRST TEAM Zuzana Cernianska, Utah State Jackie Choi, New Mexico State Cameron Flunder, Boise State Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i Kim Oguh, New Mexico State Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Ingrid Roth, New Mexico State Salaia Salave`a, Nevada Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Jennifer Senftleben, San Jose State Ashley Watanabe, Hawai‘i

SECOND TEAM Krista Altermatt, New Mexico State Keri Anglin, San Jose State Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i Niki Clement, San Jose State Tara Hittle, Hawai‘i Sarah Loney, Idaho Alisha McKee, Fresno State Ashley Miller, Nevada Melissa Osterloh, Utah State Shannon Phillips, Louisiana Tech Jennifer Senftleben, San Jose State Danielle Taylor, Utah State

SECOND TEAM Susie Boogaard, Hawai‘i Alice Borden, New Mexico State Jordan Bostic, New Mexico State Teal Ericson, Nevada Erin Graybill, Utah State Tara Hittle, Hawai‘i Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Haley Larsen, Idaho Alison Pitton, Fresno State Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Karly Sipherd, Nevada Jessie Shull, San Jose State

2008

2006 FIRST TEAM Alice Borden, New Mexico State Jackie Choi, New Mexico State Erin Curtis, Idaho Cameron Flunder, Boise State Kari Gregory, Hawai‘i Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i Kim Oguh, New Mexico State Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Jessie Shull, San Jose State Amber Simpson, New Mexico State SECOND TEAM Saxony Brown, Idaho Colleen Burke, San Jose State Niki Clement, San Jose State Teal Ericson, Nevada Tristin Johnson, Nevada Haley Larsen, Idaho Amanda Nielson, Utah State Shannon Phillips, Louisiana Tech Karly Sipherd, Nevada Stacy Sode, Idaho Jackie Stroud, Boise State Krystal Torres, New Mexico State 86 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

FIRST TEAM Krista Altermatt, New Mexico State Lindsay Baldwin, Nevada Kelly Crow, San Jose State Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Haley Larsen, Idaho Melissa Osterloh, Utah State Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Krystal Torres, New Mexico State Lindsey Yon, New Mexico State SECOND TEAM Brianna Amian, San Jose State Katie Astle, Utah State Colleen Burke, San Jose State Chelsea Fowles, Utah State Kylie Harrington, Nevada Tara Hittle, Hawai‘i Kelsey James, Idaho Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i Sadie Maughan, Boise State Anna McKinney, Idaho Christine Morrill, Utah State Nickie Thomas, Hawai‘i

2009

FIRST TEAM Kelsey Brennan, New Mexico State Sarah Conwell, Idaho Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State Kylie Harrington, Nevada Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i Anna McKinney, Idaho Debbie Pederson, Idaho Whitney Woods, New Mexico State


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ALL-WAC TEAMS SECOND TEAM Lindsay Baldwin, Nevada Erin Birmingham, New Mexico State Brianna Clarke, Fresno State KC Clayton, Louisiana Tech Stephanie Ferrell, Hawai‘i Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Elizabeth Ka’aihue, Hawai‘i Kelly Leonardo, Fresno State Sadie Maughan, Boise State Liz McArthur, Utah State Breann Nesselhuf, Boise State Alisha Young, Boise State

2010

FIRST TEAM Lindsay Baldwin, Nevada Kelsey Brennan, New Mexico State Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Elizabeth Ka’aihue, Hawai‘i Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i Liz McArthur, Utah State Chanteal Satele, Hawai‘i Allison Walker, Idaho Alisha Young, Boise State SECOND TEAM Katie Astle, Utah State Marissa Brand, Fresno State Brianna Clarke, Fresno State Shantell Durrant, Utah State Erin Garvey, Nevada Kylie Harrington, Nevada Emily Hartong, Hawai‘i Sadie Maughan, Boise State Christine Morrill, Utah State Breann Nesselhuf, Boise State Kelsey Taylor, Idaho Whitney Woods, New Mexico State

2011

FIRST TEAM Kelsey Brennan, New Mexico State Brianna Clarke, Fresno State Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Emily Hartong, Hawai‘i Meredith Hays, New Mexico State Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Liz McArthur, Utah State Alicia Milo, Idaho Chanteal Satele, Hawai‘i Mita Uiato, Hawai‘i Allison Walker, Idaho SECOND TEAM Alex Akana, San Jose State Janelle Batista, Nevada Jane Croson, Hawai‘i Jenny Feicht, Idaho Cassie Hamilton, Idaho Michelle Kuester, New Mexico State Kylie Miraldi, San Jose State Kelsi Phillips, New Mexico State Tatiana Santiago, Nevada Alex Sele, Idaho Shay Sorensen, Utah State Korrin Wild, Fresno State

ALL-FRESHMEN TEAM

2004

Teal Ericson, Nevada Tara Hittle, Hawai‘i Christianna Reneau, Fresno State Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Jennifer Sentfleben, San Jose State Karly Sipherd, Nevada

2005

Colleen Burke, San Jose State Brittany Collet, San Jose State Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Haley Larsen, Idaho Sarah Loney, Idaho Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Kasie Spencer, Fresno State

2006

Lacey Gera, Fresno State Jayme Lee, Hawai‘i Debbie Pederson, Idaho Melissa Larson, Utah State Jorgan Staker, Nevada Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i

2007

Lindsay Baldwin, Nevada Emily Burke, San Jose State Chelsea Fowles, Utah State Elizabeth Ka’aihue, Hawai‘i Bryn Rodgers, New Mexico State Tairyn Rasmussen, Fresno State

2008

Brianna Clarke, Fresno State Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jenna DeVries, New Mexico State Stephanie Ferrell, Hawai‘i Emily Kortsen, Utah State Baylee Platt, Fresno State

2009

Alex Akana, San Jose State Caitlin Andrade, San Jose State Marissa Brand, Fresno State Liz Harden, Boise State Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Elissa Ji, Nevada

2010

Grace Anxo, Nevada Hanah Blume, San Jose State Rocio Gutierrez, New Mexico State Emily Hartong, Hawai‘i Michelle Waber, Hawai‘i Allison Walker, Idaho

2011

Jane Croson, Hawai‘i Meredith Hays, NM State Tessa Lea‘ea, Nevada Maci Murdock, Fresno State Paige Neves, Utah State Alyssa Schultz, Idaho

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ALL-WAC SELECTIONS FOUR-TIME ALL-WAC

Kanani Danielson, UH [‘08, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11] Cameron Flunder, BS [‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06] Jamie Houston, UH [‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08] Charlene Johnson, BYU [‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94] Lily Kahumoku, UH [‘99, ‘00, ‘02, ‘03] Kanoe Kamana`o, UH [‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06] Haley Larsen, UI [‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08] Rebeca Pazo, Rice [‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04] Salaia Salave`a, Nevada [‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05] Jessie Shull, SJSU [‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06] Amber Simpson, NMSU [‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08] Karly Sipherd, Nevada [‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07] Jessica Sudduth, UH [‘97 (PD), ‘98 (PD), ‘99, ‘00] Kim Willoughby, UH [‘00, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03]

THREE-TIME ALL-WAC Lindsey Baldwin, NEV [‘08, ‘09, ‘10] Brenda Barton-Whicker, Utah [‘95, ‘96, (MD), ‘97 (MD)] Kelsey Brennan, NMSU [‘09, ‘10, ‘11] Sharon Browning, UNM [‘90, ‘91, ‘92] Colleen Burke, SJSU [‘06, ‘07, ‘08] Jennifer Carey, UH [‘99, ‘00, ‘02] Juliana Cezar, SDSU [‘94, ‘95, ‘96 (PD)] Brianna Clarke, FS [‘09, ‘10, ‘11] Aneli Cubi-Otineru, UH [‘07, ‘08, ‘09] Jennah DeVries, NMSU [‘09, ‘10, ‘11] Lauren Duggins, UH [‘01, ‘02, ‘03] Teal Ericson, Nevada [‘05, ‘06, ‘07] Megan Fellows, BYU [‘91, ‘92, ‘93] Joslynn Gallop, SJSU [‘97 (PD), ‘99, ‘00] Tania Gooley, UNM [‘92, ‘93, ‘94] Maja Gustin, UH [‘00, ‘01, ‘03] Kylie Harrington, NEV [‘08, ‘09, ‘10] Brittany Hewitt, UH [‘09, ‘10, ‘11] Tara Hittle, UH [‘05, ‘07, ‘08] Tristin Johnson, Nevada [‘03, ‘04, ‘06] Rebecca Kainz, Rice [‘02, ‘03, ‘04] Beth Karasek, SMU [‘01, ‘03, ‘04] Anna-Lena Smith, BYU [‘96 (MD), ‘97 (MD), ‘98 (PD)] Dani Mafua, UH [‘08, ‘09, ‘10] Sadie Maughan, BSU [‘08, ‘09, ‘10] Liz McArthur, USU [‘09, ‘10, ‘11] Jennifer Miller, SDSU [‘90, ‘91, ‘92] Michelle More, Nevada [‘00, ‘01, ‘02] Kim Oguh, NMSU [‘05, ‘06, ‘07] Korie Rogers, BYU [‘96 (MD), ‘97, (MD); ‘98 (PD)] Juliana Sanders, UH [‘05, ‘06, ‘07] Analisa Saylor, CSU [‘95, ‘96 (PD), ‘97 (MD)] Sarah Shakula, Utah [‘96 (MD), ‘97 (MD), ‘98 (PD)] Gracie Shutt, SDSU [‘90, ‘91, ‘92] Krystal Torres, NMSU [‘06, ‘07, ‘08] Martina Vitkova-Engles, SDSU[ ‘95, ‘96 (PD), ‘97, (PD)] MD= Mountain Division PD= Pacific Division Bold = First Team


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ALL-CONFERENCE BY SCHOOL Boise State Cameron Flunder (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006) Heather Malaschak (2004) Sadie Maughan (2008, 2009, 2010) Breann Nesselhuf (2009, 2010) Jackie Stroud (2006) Alisha Young (2009, 2010)

BYU Marinda Ashman (1990) Marianne Clark (1994) Mari Cunningham-Carter (1998) Carla Gee (1990) Shannon Egbert (1991, 1992) Megan Fellows (1991, 1992, 1993) Charlene Johnson (1991, 1992, 1993, 1994) Gale Johnson (1995, 1996) Melissa Layton (1998) Ann-Marie Lindqvist (1995) Tumua Matu’u (1993) Tea Nieminen (1990, 1992) Gale Oborn (1994) Nina Puikkonen (1998) Anna-Lena Smith (1996, 1997, 1998) Andrea Petrilli (1997) Korie Rogers (1996, 1997, 1998) Amy Steele (1995, 1996) Angie Walker (1994)

Colorado State Carrie Appleman (1991) Jill Johnson (1990) Angela Knopf (1998) Esther Langel (1998) Janie Penfield (1997) Judy Rexroth, (1996, 1997) Rainie Rogers (1996, 1997) Analisa Saylor (1995, 1996, 1997) Kristen Vance (1997) Catie Vagneur (1998) Kristen Walton (1991, 1993) Melanie Williams (1995)

Fresno State Whitney Arena (2001, 2002) Diann Aufdermaur (1999) Shanus Bennett (1997, 1998) Tiffany Bishop (2003, 2004) Tera Booker (1995) Marissa Brand (2010) Anamie Buckelew (1999) Christy Burnett (2001, 2002) Laurel Chen (1993) Brianna Clarke (2009, 2010, 2011) Kristen Fenton (2002, 2003) Carrie Hartt (2002, 2003) Java Johnson (2002) Robyn Keune (2003) Kelly Leonardo (2009) Alisah McKee (2007) Shauna McQuaid (2001) Diana Nalbandian (1997)

Paola Paz-Soldan (1992) Tuli Peters (2004) Alison Pitton (2005) Andrea Radmilovich (1992) Suzie Regul (1992) Christianna Reneau (2004) Adrienne Sanke (1999) Tricia Tuley (1994, 1995) Korrin Wild (2011)

Hawai‘i Robyn Ah Mow (1996) Alicia Arnott (2004) Susie Boogaard (2004, 2005) Heather Bown (1998, 1999) Stephanie Brandt (2007) Jennifer Carey (1999, 2000, 2002) Therese Crawford (1996, 1997 ) Jane Croson (2011) Aneli Cubi-Ontineru (2007, 2008, 2009) Kanani Danielson (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011) Lauren Duggins (2001, 2002, 2003) Stephanie Ferrell (2009) Cecilia Goods (1996, 1997) Kari Gregory (2006) Maja Gustin (2000, 2001, 2003) Emily Hartong (2010, 2011) Brittany Hewitt (2009, 2010, 2011) Tara Hittle (2005, 2007, 2008) Jamie Houston (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008) Nikki Hubbert (1997, 1998) Heidi Ilustre (1998) Hedder Ilustre (2001) Elizabeth Ka’aihue (2009, 2010) Lily Kahumoku (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003) Kanoe Kamana‘o (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006) Amber Kaufman (2008, 2009) Veronica Lima (1999, 2000) Angelica Ljungquist (1996) Karin Lundqvist (2002) Dani Mafua (2008, 2009, 2010) Sarah Mason (2005, 2006) Tahani Miyashiro (1997) Victoria Prince (2004, 2005) Jennifer Roberts (1999) Joselyn Robins (1996) Juliana Sanders (2005, 2006, 2007) Chanteal Satele (2010, 2011) Jessica Sudduth (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000) Nohea Tano (2003) Nickie Thomas (2008) Mita Uiato (2011) Margaret Vakasausau (2001, 2002) Melissa Villaroman (2002, 2003) Ashley Watanabe (2004, 2005) Kim Willoughby (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003)

Idaho Saxony Brown (2006) Sarah Conwell (2009) Erin Curtis (2006) Jenny Feicht (2011)

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Cassie Hamilton (2011) Kelsey James (2008) Haley Larsen (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008) Anna McKinney (2008, 2009) Alicia Milo (2011) Debbie Pederson (2009) Alex Sele (2011) Stacy Sode (2006, 2007) Kelsey Taylor (2010) Allison Walker (2010, 2011)

Louisiana Tech KC Clayton (2009) Joy Okpa (2004) Lia Mora (2002, 2003) Shannon Phillips (2006, 2007) Cristine Sant’Anna (2002)

Nevada Lindsay Baldwin (2008, 2009, 2010) Janelle Batista (2011) Jill Couwenhoven (2001, 2002) Teal Ericson (2005, 2006, 2007) Erin Garvey (2010) Kylie Harrington (2008, 2009, 2010) Tristin Johnson (2003, 2004, 2006) Kellie La Bossiere (2001) Ashley Miller (2007) Michelle More (2000, 2001,2002) Salaia Salavea (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005) Tatiana Santiago (2011) Karly Sipherd (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007) Shannon Stemler, (2001) Suzanne Stonebarger (2000, 2001)

New Mexico Alicia Bergmann (1993, 1995) Sharon Browning (1990, 1991, 1992) Kristine Butler (1995, 1996) Sally Downs (1994) Gretchen Gegenfurtner (1996) Tania Gooley (1992, 1993, 1994) Maria Gurreri (1990) Mindy Hale (1994) Laura Luman (1992, 1993) Pauline Manser (1990, 1991) Jenny Pavely (1996) Amber Smith (1997) Robyn Wentworth (1994)


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ALL-CONFERENCE BY SCHOOL New Mexico STATE Krista Altermatt (2007, 2008) Erin Birmingham (2009) Kelsey Brennan (2009, 2010, 2011) Alice Borden (2005, 2006) Jordan Bostic (2005) Jackie Choi (2005) Jennah DeVries (2009, 2010, 2011) Kayleigh Giddens (2009, 2010) Meredith Hays (2011) Michelle Kuester (2011) Kim Oguh (2005, 2006, 2007) Kelsi Phillips (2011) Ingrid Roth (2005) Amber Simpson (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008) Krystal Torres (2006, 2007, 2008) Whitney Woods (2009, 2010) Lindsey Yon (2007, 2008)

Rice Tiffany Carrethers (1998) Lindsey Carter (2004) Briana Cook (2002) Kristina Hoban (2004) Rebecca Kainz (2002, 2003, 2004) Nik Kalagoglu (1998) Tessa Kuykendall (2004) Leigh Leman (2001) Olaya Pazo (2004) Rebeca Pazo (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004) Libra Taylor (1998) Karolina Zelinka (1998)

San Diego State Stacy Bollinger (1993) Juliana Cezar (1994, 1995, 1996) Andrea Clark (1996, 1997) Ginger Ernest (1994, 1995) Jennifer Hamilton (1994, 1995) Carrie Mapes (1997) Angela Martin (1990) Jennifer Miller (1990, 1991, 1992) Stephanie Riley (1993) Gracie Shutt (1990, 1991, 1992) Martina Vitkova-Engles (1995, 1996, 1997)

San Jose State Alex Akana (2011) Brianna Amian (2008) Keri Anglin (2007) Brianna Blair (2000, 2001) Colleen Burke (2006, 2007, 2008) Niki Clement (2006, 2007) Kelly Crow (2008) Holly Froloff (1997) Joslynn Gallop (1997, 1999, 2000) Liz Hudson (2001) Kylie Miraldi (2011) Carrie Nash (2004) Kimberly Noble (2003) Stephanie Pascucci (2002) Michelle Sarkees (1999)

Jennifer Senftleben (2005, 2007) Jessie Shull (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006) Savannah Smith (2001)

SMU Tara Hatfield (2001) Beth Karasek (2001, 2003, 2004) Kelly Larkan (2003) Leslie Lasiter (2001, 2002) Jessica Mihm (2003) Jenna Newsom (2001) Jacky Niederstadt (2003) Erin Pryor (1999) Charity Savedra (1997) Sara Warner (2001)

Tulsa Kristien Van Lierop (1997) Joyce Silva (2004)

UNLV Meri-de Boyer (1998) Justine Kamelamela (1998) Angie Sylvas (1998)

Utah Brenda Barton-Whicker (1995, 1996, 1997) Stacie Greenwalt (1997) Mikki Kane-Barton (1993) Sarah Shakula (1996, 1997, 1998) Kelly Snarr (1994) Katie Tagge (1995) Kalani Tonga (1998) Linda Wilcox (1990, 1991)

Utah State Katie Astle (2008, 2010) Zuzana Cerniaska (2005) Shantell Durrant (2010) Chelsea Fowles (2008) Erin Graybill (2005) Liz McArthur (2009, 2010, 2011) Christine Morrill (2008, 2010) Amanda Nielson (2006, 2007) Melissa Osterloh (2007, 2008) Shay Sorensen (2011) Danielle Taylor (2007)

UTEP Jennifer Abbruzzese (2001, 2002) Veronica Acosta (2000) Sarah Davis (2002) ReeDee Granado (1996) Cyntia Macias (1996) Jacqui Nosan (2000) Wendy White (1996)

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Wyoming Wende Brown (1994) Kristina Dzelme (1995, 1996) Melody Friehauf (1998) Dailene Glenn (1990) Jami Laya (1997, 1998) Judy Peck (1991) Jil Robins (1994) Melissa Sharp (1994) Kim Smith (1990, 1991) Bold = First Team


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ACADEMIC ALL-WAC 1990 FIRST TEAM Anissia Belikoff, Colorado State Sharon Browning, New Mexico Carla Gee, Brigham Young Angela Martin, San Diego State Denise Rathbun, Utah Kim Smith, Wyoming SECOND TEAM Marinda Ashman, Brigham Young Carla Cornaby, Utah Shannan Egbert, Brigham Young Heather Gourley, Utah Maria Gurreri, New Mexico Carolyn Kaspar, San Diego State Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young Joanne Sampson, Colorado State Kiersta Utermohlen, Wyoming HONORABLE MENTION Dena Jones, San Diego State Megan Kennedy, Brigham Young Laurel Luman, New Mexico Kristin Mann, San Diego State Shannon Mathew, San Diego State Leslie Sims, Utah Sandi Thomsen, San Diego State Laura Warnock, Brigham Young 1991 Anissia Belikoff, Colorado State Chris Brandl, UTEP Sharon Browning, New Mexico Carla Cornaby, Utah Erin Daniel, Colorado State Shannan Egbert, Brigham Young Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Kristie Hill, Wyoming Dena Jones, San Diego State Carolyn Kaspar, San Diego State Megan Kennedy, Brigham Young Laurel Luman, New Mexico Pauline Manser, New Mexico Heather Neilson, Utah Natalie Nevarrez, UTEP Denise Rathbun, Utah Carol Schumann, Brigham Young Shauna Scott, Brigham Young Kim Smith, Wyoming Laura Warnock, Brigham Young Linda Wilcox, Utah 1992 Leslie Anderson, Brigham Young Wende Brown, Wyoming Sharon Browning, New Mexico Sally Downs, New Mexico Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Courtney Gentry, UTEP Sharman Grant, Utah Kristine Hill, Wyoming Megan Kennedy, Brigham Young Ginger Kidd, Colorado State Julie Kirby, Utah Laurel Luman, New Mexico Amy McConnell, San Diego State Molly Merritt, Utah Denise Rathbun, Utah Carol S. Rawson, Brigham Young Suzie Regul, Fresno State Shauna Scott, Brigham Young Melissa Sharp, Wyoming

Shannan E. Skidmore, Brigham Young Nancy Woo, UTEP 1993 Leslie Anderson, Brigham Young Sally Downs, New Mexico Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Courtney Gentry, UTEP Brenda Gregersen, Fresno State Mindy Hale, New Mexico Wendy Herb, Colorado State Kristie Hill, Wyoming Ginger Kidd, Colorado State Julie Kirby, Utah Ann-Mari Lindquist, Brigham Young Laurel Luman, New Mexico Carol Rawson, Brigham Young Shauna Scott, Brigham Young Melissa Sharp, Wyoming Robyn Wentworth, New Mexico Nancy Woo, UTEP 1994 Kellie Barnes, Colorado State Tera Booker, Fresno State Wende Brown, Wyoming Amy Cheli, Fresno State Katie Christensen, Utah Sally Downs, New Mexico Betsy Flenniken, Colorado State Courtney Gentry, UTEP Tania Gooley, New Mexico Mindy Hale, New Mexico Wendy Herb, Colorado State Ann-Mari Lindquist, Brigham Young Leslie Manwaring, Brigham Young Meesha McLaughlin, San Diego State Julie Overton, Wyoming Melissa Sharp, Wyoming Robyn Wentworth, New Mexico Nancy Woo, UTEP 1995 Alicia Bergmann, New Mexico Tera Booker, Fresno State Amy Cheli, Fresno State Heidi Cook, Utah Ree Dee Granado, UTEP Gale Johnson, Brigham Young Ann-Mari Lindqvist, Brigham Young Jenny Pavley, New Mexico Korie Rogers, Brigham Young Rainie Rogers, Colorado State Ingrid Roosild, New Mexico Amy Steele, Brigham Young Anne Stohrer, Wyoming Maria Stutsman y Marquez, New Mexico Angie Tanner, Brigham Young Romana Vitkova, San Diego State Heather Whittaker, Brigham Young Melanie Williams, Colorado State 1996 Jocelyn Anderson, UTEP Lemia Astarabadi, Wyoming Monika Bickert, Rice Amy Cheli, Fresno State Bridget Clark, San Jose State Darcy Cruikshank, Rice Katherine Dehne, Air Force Amy Ellenwood, UNLV Sara Freeman, Air Force

ReeDee Granado, UTEP Denyse Groen, Tulsa Helen Hjorth, Brigham Young Gale Johnson, Brigham Young Juliet Klemm, Tulsa Esther Langley, Colorado State Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Zhao Lu, New Mexico Wendy Midgley, Brigham Young Maria Moen, Utah Shannon Offut, New Mexico Julie Overton, Wyoming Anna Parmely, Wyoming Rainie Rogers, Colorado State Wendy Saxton, UNLV Tara Shamhart, Air Force Jennifer Sondrup, Tulsa Amy Steele, Brigham Young Anne Storer, Wyoming Romana Vitkova, San Diego State Heather Whittaker, Brigham Young 1997 Kelli Brown, TCU Katherine Dehne, Air Force Amy Ellenwood, UNLV Melody Friehauf, Wyoming Annie Gant, TCU Saylor Goforth, TCU Sarah Goodlaw, Fresno State Denyse Groen, Tulsa Erin Johnsen, Tulsa Leah Karratti, Hawai‘i Esther Langely, Colorado State Zhao Lu, New Mexico Ty Marshall, Wyoming Wendy Midgely, Brigham Young Laura Beth Moore, Rice Shannon Offutt, New Mexico Mariah Olsen, SMU Stacy Olson, TCU Julie Overton, Wyoming Anna Parmely, Wyoming Colette Perryman, Wyoming Raine Rogers, Colorado State Carolyn Sarnecki, Rice Sara Shakula, Utah Amber Smith, New Mexico Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young Jennifer Sondrup, Tulsa Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young Anne Stohrer, Wyoming Romona Vitkova, San Diego State Darcy Walker, San Jose State Heather Whittaker, Brigham Young Barbi Wiborg, Fresno State 1998 Summer Altice, San Diego State Brook Barton, Utah Shaylor Billings, Air Force Shelley Bredewater, SMU Katherine Dehne, Air Force Jennifer Engh, Air Force Melody Friehauf, Wyoming Melissa Godwin, SMU Crissy Grimm, TCU Denyse Groen, Tulsa Helen Hjorth, Brigham Young Leah Karratti, Hawai‘i Kelly Klecka, SMU Esther Langley, Colorado State

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Melissa Layton, Brigham Young Megan Lovell, Utah Zhao Lu, New Mexico Kara McKeown, Fresno State Wendy Midgley, Brigham Young Laura Beth Moore, Rice Shannon Offutt, New Mexico Mariah Ohlsen, SMU Stacy Olson, TCU Anna Parmely, Wyoming Colette Perryman, Wyoming Erin Petersen, Utah Katherine Pettit, Colorado State Adrienne Sankey, Fresno State Leilua Satele, Fresno State Sara Shakula, Utah Amber Smith, New Mexico Anna Lena Smith, Brigham Young Jen Snow, Utah Jennifer Sondrup, Tulsa Anne Stohrer, Wyoming Krista Swartzendruber, Colorado State Laura Terry, Air Force Tamara Thoreson, Fresno State Bethany Toce, TCU Lucie Turkova, Utah Kristien Van Lierop, Tulsa Darcy Walker, San Jose State Angela Whalen, Wyoming Karolina Zelinka, Rice 1999 Shelley Bredewater, SMU Michelle Craven, Rice Andrea Fernandez, San Jose State Melissa Godwin, SMU Lindsay Hayes, TCU Kara Hidinger, Tulsa Kelly Klecka, SMU Leigh Leman, Rice Veronica Lima, Hawai‘i LeeAnn McLaughlin, Tulsa Janna Newsom, SMU Mariah Ohlsen, SMU Stacy Olson, TCU Leilua Satele, Fresno State Jennifer Sebastian, TCU Shannon Smith, Tulsa Bethany Toce, TCU Kristien Van Lierop, Tulsa Darcy Walker, San Jose State Sara Warner, SMU Stacy Zimmerman, UTEP 2000 Emily Baracco, Nevada Shelley Bredewater, SMU Jennifer Carey, Hawai‘i Erin Carlisle, Tulsa Jill Couwenhoven, Nevada Michelle Craven, Rice Veronica DaSilva, Hawai‘i Heather Farr, Fresno State Ashley Frogge’, Tulsa Melissa Godwin, SMU Andrea Gomez-Takuafu, Hawai‘i Kara Hidinger, Tulsa Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Kelly Klecka, SMU Leigh Leman, Rice LeeAnn McLaughlin, Tulsa Shauna McQuaid, Fresno State


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ACADEMIC ALL-WAC Janna Newsom, SMU Stephanie Pascucci, San Jose State Katherine Powers, San Jose State Leilua Satele, Fresno State Shannon Smith, Tulsa Shannon Stemler, Nevada Suzanne Stonebarger, Nevada Kristien Van Lierop, Tulsa Sara Warner, SMU Karolina Zelinka, Rice Stacy Zimmerman, UTEP 2001 Emily Baracco, Nevada Alison Broadfoot, Rice Jennifer Carey, Hawai‘i Jill Couwenhoven, Nevada Michelle Craven, Rice Elizabeth Davenport Pollock, Rice Mariel Davenport Pollock, Rice Jacqueline Eramus, SMU Heather Farr, Fresno State Tameisha Hastings, Boise State Samantha Herzog, UTEP Kara Hidinger, Tulsa Allison Holder, SMU Kelly Jameson, Nevada Tanya Jarvis, Louisiana Tech Leslie Lasiter, SMU Leigh Leman, Rice Tammy Leur, Tulsa Amber Martin, Tulsa LeeAnn McLaughlin, Tulsa Janna Newsom, SMU Jennifer Olewiniski, San Jose State Stephanie Pascucci, San Jose State Denise Sheldon, Nevada Shannon Stemler, Nevada Suzanne Stonebarger, Nevada Michelle Twitty, Louisiana Tech Kara Verwey, Fresno State Sara Warner, SMU 2002 Heather Anderson, Louisiana Tech Emily Baracco, Nevada Kristin Bailey, Tulsa Mindy Bennett, Boise State Tina Brennan, Fresno State Megan Brock, UTEP Jennifer Carey, Hawai‘i Jill Couwenhoven, Nevada Michelle Craven, Rice Elizabeth Davenport-Pollock, Rice Catherine DuPont, Rice Jacqueline Erazmus, SMU Heather Farr, Fresno State Samantha Herzog, UTEP Kara Hidinger, Tulsa Allison Holder, SMU Hedder Ilustre, Hawai‘i Tanya Jarvis, Louisiana Tech Rebecca Kainz, Rice Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Kelly Larkan, SMU Leslie Lasiter, SMU Tammy Leuer, Tulsa Amber Martin, Tulsa Katy Moffett, SMU Christina Moore, Boise State Michelle More, Nevada Jackie Niederstadt, SMU Michelle Norman, UTEP

Laura Osterhaus, Louisiana Tech Stephanie Pascucci, San Jose State Rebeca Pazo, Rice Kristen Peterson, SMU Stefanie Taelman, Fresno State Vanessa Thon, Tulsa Melissa Villaroman, Hawai‘i 2003 Heather Anderson, Louisiana Tech Nathalia Araujo, Tulsa Kristen Bailey, Tulsa Evyn Bandy, Tulsa Mindy Bennett, Boise State Brittney Bennett, UTEP Tina Brennan, Fresno State Alyse Brush, Nevada Kellie Burton, Nevada La’akea Campbell, Fresno State Michelle Craven, Rice Kasi Dickson, Tulsa Emily Donaldson, Nevada Catherine DuPont, Rice Lindsay Eaves, Tulsa Jacqueline Erazmus, SMU Maja Gustin, Hawai‘i Christine Harms, Nevada Brooke Herald, San Jose State Kristina Hoban, Rice Julie Jackman, Rice Tanya Jarvis, Louisiana Tech Rebecca Kainz, Rice Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Robyn Keune, Fresno State Kelly Larkan, SMU Jacky Niederstadt, SMU Laura Osterhaus, Louisiana Tech Rebeca Pazo, Rice Briana Rempel, Fresno State Megan Rush, Louisiana Tech Rhonda Sigman, Rice Stefanie Taelman, Fresno State Vanessa Thon, Tulsa Melissa Villaroman, Hawai‘i Dana Weddle, Tulsa Ashley Zener, SMU 2004 Tristin Johnson, Nevada Heather Anderson, Louisiana Tech Kristen Bailey, Tulsa Evyn Bandy, Tulsa Mindy Bennett, Boise State Stephanie Bennett, SMU Susie Boogaard, Hawai‘i Catherine DuPont, Rice Lindsay Eaves, Tulsa Jacqueline Erazmus, SMU Teisa Fotu, Hawai‘i Christine Harms, Nevada Brooke Herald, San Jose State Kristina Hoban, Rice Rebecca Kainz, Rice Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Tessa Kuykendall, Rice Robyn Keune, Fresno State Kelly Larkan, SMU Heather Malaschak, Boise State Patricia Marques, Tulsa Christina Melvin, Boise State Yuko Mori, Fresno State Jackie Niederstadt, SMU Joy Okpa, Louisiana Tech Olaya Pazo, Rice

Rebeca Pazo, Rice Jessica Peterson, Fresno State Alison Pitton, Fresno State Briana Rempel, Fresno State Ashley Ripple, UTEP Dana Rudd, San Jose State Megan Rush, Louisiana Tech Jessie Shull, San Jose State Rhonda Sigman, Rice Jackie Stroud, Boise State Vanessa Thon, Tulsa Cayley Thurlby, Hawai‘i Ashley Zener, SMU 2005 Tanya Allen, New Mexico State Alicia Arnott,Hawai‘i Dominique Arsenault, Utah State Susie Boogaard, Hawai‘i Jordan Bostic, New Mexico State Saxony Brown, Idaho Jackie Choi, New Mexico State Zuzana Cernianska, Utah State Jamie Claussen, Boise State Teal Ericson, Nevada Andrea Fox, Idaho Cassandra Gilford, Fresno State Erin Graybill, Utah State Christine Harms, Nevada Dana Henry, Nevada Tara Hittle, Hawai‘i Elizabeth Hodge, Utah State Tristin Johnson, Nevada Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Jessica Keefe, Hawai‘i Robyn Keune, Fresno State Sarah Loney, Idaho Alisha McKee, Fresno State Yuko Mori, Fresno State Shannon Phillips, Louisiana Tech Alison Pitton, Fresno State Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Briana Rempel, Fresno State Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Jessie Shull, San Jose State Stacy Sode, Idaho Kasie Spencer, Fresno State Tiffany Starring, Boise State Jackie Stroud, Boise State Kelsi Thoman-Peterson, Utah State Dyana Thompson, San Jose State Cayley Thurlby, Hawai‘i Ashley Watanabe, Hawai‘i Jill Walker, Louisiana Tech Angela Wiggins, Fresno State 2006 Elise Ardron, Boise State Tanya Allen, New Mexico State Rebecca Anderson, Utah State Keri Anglin, San Jose State Jordan Bostic, New Mexico State Saxony Brown, Idaho Colleen Burke, San Jose State Jackie Choi, New Mexico State Sarah Christensen, San Jose State Jamie Claussen, Boise State Samantha Crowder, Louisiana Tech Carly Dunlop, Louisiana Tech Lacey Gera, Fresno State Cassandra Gilford, Fresno State Angelle Guerre, New Mexico State Dana Henry, Nevada

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Tiffany Hess, Fresno State Heather Hillier, Utah State Beth Hodge, Utah State Kelsey James, Idaho Tristin Johnson, Nevada Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Andrea Kelley, Boise State Lauren Kelly, Nevada Haley Larsen, Idaho Melissa Larson, Utah State Jayme Lee, Hawai‘i Kathryn Lewis, Boise State Sarah Loney, Idaho Katijo Matthews, Nevada Alisha McKee, Fresno State Kim Oguh, New Mexico State Debbie Pederson, Idaho Kelsi Peterson, Utah State Thao Pham, San Jose State Shannon Phillips, Louisiana Tech Alison Pitton, Fresno State Traci Rainey, Utah State Jeanene Rose, Boise State Nicole Sandino, Fresno State Dani Schaap, Utah State Erica Schultz, Louisiana Tech Cheryl Selenak, Fresno State Jessie Shull, San Jose State Stacy Sode, Idaho Jorgan Staker, Nevada Tiffany Starring, Boise State Jackie Stroud, Boise State Cayley Thurlby, Hawai‘i Kristal Tsukano, San Jose State Angela Wiggins, Fresno State 2007 Rebecca Anderson, Utah State Keri Anglin, San Jose State Elise Ardron, Boise State Katie Astle, Utah State Debora Bolonhini, Louisiana Tech Jordan Bostic, New Mexico State Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i Sarah Conwell, Idaho Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i Kelly Crow, San Jose State Samantha Crowder, Louisiana Tech Maren Ericson, Boise State Teal Ericson, Nevada Nia Freeman, San Jose State Taylor Fritz, Louisiana Tech Lisa Gera, Fresno State Kelli Goodan, New Mexico State Kari Gregory, Hawai‘i Alyssa Gintant, New Mexico State Dana Henry, Nevada Tiffany Hess, Fresno State Heather Hillier, Utah State Tara Hittle, Hawai‘i Kris Hymas, Utah State Kelsey James, Idaho Elizabeth Ka‘aihue, Hawai‘i Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Jessica Keefe, Hawai‘i Lauren Kelly, Nevada Haley Larsen, Idaho Melissa Larson, Utah State Jayme Lee, Hawai‘i Kelly Leonardo, Fresno State Kathryn Lewis, Boise State Nicole Link, Nevada Sarah Loney, Idaho


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ACADEMIC ALL-WAC Kelly Mason, Fresno State Katijo Matthews, Nevada Alisha McKee, Fresno State Anna McKinney, Idaho Christine Morrill, Utah State Meghan Moss, Fresno State Amanda Nielson, Utah State Melissa Osterloh, Utah State Aneli Otineru, Hawai‘i Thao Pham, San Jose State Shannon Phillips, Louisiana Tech Whitney Phillips, New Mexico State. Jeanene Rose, Boise State Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Karly Sipherd, Nevada Jorgan Staker, Nevada Tiffany Starring, Boise State Kelsey Taylor, Idaho Katherine Tribley, Idaho Kristal Tsukano, San Jose State Kasey Van Grouw, Fresno State Jillann Walker, Louisiana Tech Angela Wiggins, Fresno State Lori Wilson, Utah State Lindsey Yon, New Mexico State Courtney Zellmer, San Jose State 2008 Rebecca Anderson, Utah State Kaycie Artim, Louisiana Tech Katie Astle, Utah State Debora Bolonhini, Louisiana Tech Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i Colleen Burke, San Jose State Brittany Collet, San Jose State Sarah Conwell, Idaho Samantha Crowder, Louisiana Tech Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i Maren Ericson, Boise State Catherine Fowler, Hawai‘i Nia Freeman, San Jose State Taylor Fritz, Louisiana Tech Lisa Gera, Fresno State Alyssa Gintant, New Mexico State Kelli Goodan, New Mexico State Heather Hillier, Utah State Tara Hittle, Hawai‘i Kris Hymas, Utah State Kelsey James, Idaho Elizabeth Ka‘aihue, Hawai‘i Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Jessica Keefe, Hawai‘i Lauren Kelly, Nevada Alisha King, Boise State Haley Larsen, Idaho Shanda Larsen, Utah State Jayme Lee, Hawai‘i Kelly Leonardo, Fresno State Kati Lewis, Boise State Nicole Link, Nevada Sarah Loney, Idaho Kelly Mason, Fresno State Anna McKinney, Idaho Christine Morrill, Utah State Meghan Moss, Fresno State Allanah Munson, Fresno State Melissa Osterloh, Utah State Thao Pham, San Jose State Whitney Phillips, New Mexico State Jeanene Rose, Boise State Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Jorgan Staker, Nevada

Kelsey Taylor, Idaho Nickie Thomas, Hawai‘i Kristal Tsukano, San Jose State Kasey Van Grouw, Fresno State Lori Wilson, Utah State Brittni Yates, Nevada Lindsey Yon, New Mexico State Kelsey Yonker, Idaho Courtney Zellmer, San Jose State

Kelsey Taylor, Idaho Katherine Tribley, Idaho Kristal Tsukano, San Jose State Katie Turner, San Jose State Kasey Van Grouw, Fresno State Josselyn White, Utah State Brittni Yates, Nevada Courtney Zellmer, San Jose State Stephanie Ziegler, New Mexico State

2009 Alex Akana, San Jose State Kaylon Alexander, Louisiana Tech Krista Altermatt, New Mexico State Caitlin Andrade, San Jose State Katie Astle, Utah State Lori Beckstrom, Utah State Erin Birmingham, New Mexico State Laurel Bodily, Utah State Marissa Brand, Fresno State Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i Kelsey Brennan, New Mexico State Asia Casino, San Jose State Kelly Chang, Nevada Janelle Chow, Idaho KC Clayton, Louisiana Tech Sarah Conwell, Idaho Samantha Crowder, Louisiana Tech Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Shantell Durrant, Utah State Jennifer Feicht, Idaho Cailin Fellows, Boise State Catherine Fowler, Hawai‘i Taylor Fritz, Louisiana Tech Erin Garvey, Nevada Lisa Gera, Fresno State Kelli Goodan, New Mexico State Jennifer Goodwin, Louisiana Tech Lauren Hamm, Boise State Elizabeth Harden, Boise State Kassi Hargrove, Utah State Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Taylor Horton, Fresno State Lori Hunsucker, Louisiana Tech Taylor Japhet, San Jose State Elizabeth Ka‘aihue, Hawai‘i Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Lauren Kelly, Nevada Jayme Lee, Hawai‘i Kelly Leonardo, Fresno State Kati Lewis, Boise State Nicole Link, Nevada Kelly Mason, Fresno State Elizabeth McArthur, Utah State Sarah McAtee, San Jose State Anna McKinney, Idaho Ellen Miks, New Mexico State Kylie Miraldi, San Jose State Christine Morrill, Utah State Meghan Moss, Fresno State Breann Nesselhuf, Boise State Nataliya Panova, Louisiana Tech Kelli Parker, Fresno State Thao Pham, San Jose State Kassia Pinto, Louisiana Tech Amanda Remy, Boise State Jeanene Rose, Boise State Tatiana Santiago, Nevada Shay Sorensen, Utah State Jorgan Staker, Nevada Mallory Stanley, Louisiana Tech

2010 Cecilia Agraz, Fresno State Alex Akana, San Jose State Kaylon Alexander, Louisiana Tech Caitlin Andrade, San Jose State Katie Astle, Utah State Laurel Bodily, Utah State Marissa Brand, Fresno State Kelsey Brennan, New Mexico State Ryann Carter, Idaho Asia Casino, San Jose State Kelly Chang, Nevada Janelle Chow, Idaho Julia Church, Idaho Brianna Clarke, Fresno State Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Shantell Durrant, Utah State Jennifer Feicht, Idaho Cailin Fellows, Boise State Taylor Fritz, Louisiana Tech Erin Garvey, Nevada Jennifer Goodwin, Louisiana Tech Elizabeth Griffin, Boise State Cassie Hamilton, Idaho Lauren Hamm, Boise State Elizabeth Harden, Boise State Kassi Hargrove, Utah State Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Taylor Horton, Fresno State Lori Hunsucker, Louisiana Tech Taylor Japhet, San Jose State Elissa Ji, Nevada Elizabeth Kaaihue, Hawai‘i Nicole Link, Nevada Emily Maeda, Hawai‘i Kelly Mason, Fresno State Elizabeth McArthur, Utah State Sarah McAtee, San Jose State Ellen Miks, New Mexico State Kylie Miraldi, San Jose State Breann Nesselhuf, Boise State Gabryel Ording, Louisiana Tech Kelli Parker, Fresno State Kassia Pinto, Louisiana Tech Amanda Remy, Boise State Alex Sele, Idaho Shay Sorensen, Utah State Mallory Stanley, Louisiana Tech Kelsey Taylor, Idaho Katie Turner, San Jose State Kasey Van Grouw, Fresno State Allison Walker, Idaho Josselyn White, Utah State Kersti Whitney, Boise State Brittni Yates, Nevada Courtney Zellmer, San Jose State 2011 Kalei Adolpho, Hawai’i Cecilia Agraz, Fresno State Lauren Albertson, Fresno State

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Barbara Alcantara, Fresno State Grace Anxo, Nevada Sofia Anxo, Nevada Alysia Baker, Fresno State Bridget Benditz, Louisiana Tech Bianca Bin, Louisiana Tech Elizabeth Blake, Hawai’i Hanah Blume, San Jose State Laurel Bodily, Utah State Kelsey Brennan, New Mexico State Asia Casino, San Jose State Kelly Chang, Nevada Janelle Chow, Idaho Julia Church, Idaho Brianna Clarke, Fresno State Paige Cooper, Louisiana Tech Jene Coppedge, New Mexico State Jane Croson, Hawai’i Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Alyssa Everett, Utah State Jennifer Feicht, Idaho Erin Garvey, Nevada Caitlin Germany, Louisiana Tech Kaela Goodman, Hawai‘i Cassandra Hamilton, Idaho Kassi Hargrove, Utah State Emily Hartong, Hawai‘i Meredith Hays, New Mexico State Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Regan Himmelberg, Louisiana Tech Taylor Japhet, San Jose State Elissa Ji, Nevada Christina Lee, Fresno State Courtney Lelepali, Hawai‘i Emily Maeda, Hawai‘i Emily Maher, Louisiana Tech Elizabeth McArthur, Utah State Krista Miller, San Jose State Kylie Miraldi, San Jose State Jaimee-Lee Morrow, Fresno State Maci Murdock, Fresno State Paige Neves, Utah State Mary Alice O’Reilly, San Jose State Rachel Orr, Utah State Deirdre Pajares, New Mexico State Nataliya Panova, Louisiana Tech Bonnie Paul, Nevada Kelsi Phillips, New Mexico State Kiely Pieper, San Jose State Ana Rodrigues, Louisiana Tech Ashlan Rogers, Utah State Tatiana Santiago, Nevada Chanteal Satele, Hawai‘i Alyssa Schultz, Idaho Kristen Sciacca, Fresno State Alexandra Sele, Idaho Shay Sorensen, Utah State Monica Stauber, Hawai’i Shelby Tamura, New Mexico State Anne Marie Taylor, Louisiana Tech Nicole Theurer, Utah State Katie Turner, San Jose State Mita Uiato, Hawai‘i Kaitlyn VanHoff, Utah State Clara Vido, Louisiana Tech Allison Walker, Idaho Amy Westberg, Idaho Josselyn White, Utah State Korrin Wild, Fresno State Stephanie Ziegler, New Mexico State


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WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 1990 Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

1991 Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Dec. 2

Jo Haas, Colorado State Pauline Manser, New Mexico Natalie Nevarrez, UTEP Shannan Egbert, Brigham Young Pauline Manser, New Mexico Kim Smith, Wyoming Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Pauline Manser, New Mexico Samantha Dodd, Utah Pauline Manser, New Mexico Linda Wilcox, Utah Pauline Manser, New Mexico Michele Fellows, Brigham Young

1992 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Sharon Browning, New Mexico Carrie Appleman, Colorado State Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young Stephanie Riley, San Diego State Tyree Leuthauser, Wyoming Andrea Radmilovich, Fresno State Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Paola Paz-Soldan, Fresno State Laurel Luman, New Mexico Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Carrie Appleman, Colorado State Suzie Regul, Fresno State Shannan Egbert Skidmore, Brigham Young

1993 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

1997

1994 Maria Gurreri, New Mexico Jill Johnson, Colorado State Pauline Manser, New Mexico Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young Jill Johnson, Colorado State Pauline Manser, New Mexico Linda Wilcox, Utah Maria Gurreri, New Mexico Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Sharon Browning, New Mexico Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Judy Peck, Wyoming

Kristen Walton, Colorado State Ginger Kidd, Colorado State Tumua Matu’u, Brigham Young Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Stephanie Riley, San Diego State Laurel Luman, New Mexico Tumua Matu’u, Brigham Young Laurel Luman, New Mexico Kristen Walton, Colorado State Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Jil Robins, Wyoming Stacy Bollinger, San Diego State Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Tania Gooley, New Mexico

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

Tania Gooley, New Mexico Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Melissa Sharp, Wyoming Wende Brown, Wyoming Tricia Tuley, Fresno State Ginger Ernest, San Diego State Tania Gooley, New Mexico Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Mindy Hale, New Mexico Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Andrea Clark, San Diego State Melissa Sharp, Wyoming Marianne Clark, Brigham Young Gale Oborn, Brigham Young

PACIFIC DIVISION Sept. 2 Therese Crawford, Hawai‘i Sept. 9 Martina Vitkova-Engels, San Diego State Sept. 16 Joslynn Gallup, San Jose State Sept. 23 Annie Gant, TCU Sept. 30 Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i Oct. 6 Diana Nalbandian, Fresno State Oct. 13 Andrea Clark, San Diego State Oct. 20 Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i Oct. 27 Therese Crawford, Hawai‘i Nov. 3 Diana Nalbandian, Fresno State Nov. 10 Nicole Curtis, San Diego State Nov. 17 Martina Vitkova-Engels, San Diego State Nov. 24 Shanus Bennett, Fresno State

Diana Nalbandian, Fresno State Juliana Cezar, San Diego State Judy Rexroth, Colorado State Brenda Barton, Utah Juliana Cezar, San Diego State Ginger Ernest, San Diego State Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Amy Steele, Brigham Young Kristina Dzelme, Wyoming Amy Steele, Brigham Young Amy Steele, Brigham Young Tricia Tuley, Fresno State Tina Vidouria, UTEP

MOUNTAIN DIVISION Sept. 2 Angie Sylvas, UNLV Sept. 9 Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young Sept. 16 Brenda Barton-Whicker, Utah Sept. 23 Rainie Rogers, Colorado State Sept. 30 Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young Oct. 6 Korie Rogers, Brigham Young Oct. 13 Brenda Barton-Whicker, Utah Oct. 20 Cynthia Macias, UTEP Oct. 27 Korie Rogers, Brigham Young Nov. 3 Judy Rexroth, Colorado State Nov. 10 Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young Nov. 17 Jessica Zehr, Wyoming Nov. 24 Lucie Turkova, Utah

1995 Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27

1998

1996 PACIFIC DIVISION Sept. 2 Robyn Ah Mow, Hawai‘i Sept. 9 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Sept. 16 Debbie Davis, Fresno State Sept. 23 Kristina Dzelme, Wyoming Sept. 30 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Oct. 7 Tricia Tuley, Fresno State Oct. 14 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Oct. 21 Janie Penfield, Colorado State Oct. 28 Martina Vitkova, San Diego State Nov. 4 Rainie Rogers, Colorado State Nov. 11 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Nov. 18 Kristina Dzelme, Wyoming Nov. 24 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i MOUNTAIN DIVISION Sept. 2 Helen Hjorth, Brigham Young Sept. 9 Brenda Barton, Utah Sept. 16 Monika Tupholme, Tulsa Sept. 23 Wendy White, UTEP Sept. 30 Kristine Butler, New Mexico Oct. 7 Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young Oct. 14 Paula Feathers, New Mexico Oct. 21 Sara Shakula, Utah Oct. 28 Gale Johnson, Brigham Young Nov. 4 Gale Johnson, Brigham Young Nov. 11 Christy Crank, UTEP Nov. 18 Kristine Butler, New Mexico Nov. 24 Amy Steele, Brigham Young

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PACIFIC DIVISION Sept. 8 Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Sept. 15 Shanus Bennett, Fresno State Sept. 22 Eryn Polhamus, UTEP Sept. 29 Helen Hjorth, Brigham Young Oct. 5 Michelle Sarkees, San Jose State Oct. 12 Kara McKeown, Fresno State Oct. 19 Korie Rogers, Brigham Young Oct. 26 Korie Rogers, Brigham Young Nov. 2 Jessica Sudduth, Hawai‘i Nov. 9 Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Nov. 16 Sara Shakula, Utah Nov. 22 Korie Rogers, Brigham Young MOUNTAIN DIVISION Sept. 8 Karolina Zelinka, Rice Sept. 15 Jennifer Sondrup, Tulsa Sept. 22 Brooke Effland, Air Force Sept. 29 Justine Kamelamela, UNLV Oct. 5 Angela Knopf, Colorado State Oct. 12 Kristien Van Lierop, Tulsa Oct. 19 Meri-de Boyer, UNLV Oct. 26 Catie Vagneur, Colorado State Nov. 2 Tiffany Carrethers, Rice Nov. 9 Jami Laya, Wyoming Nov. 16 Marci King, TCU Nov. 22 Cristel Eves, UNLV


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WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 1999 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Erin Pryor, SMU Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Anamie Buckelew, Fresno State Diann Aufermaur, Fresno State Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Juliet Klemm, Tulsa Marci King, TCU

2000 Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27

Kristien Van Lierop, Tulsa Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Leigh Leman, Rice Suzanne Stonebarger, Nevada Shelley Bredewater, SMU Veronica Lima, Hawai‘i Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Maja Gustin, Hawai‘i Jacqui Nosan, UTEP Veronica Acosta, UTEP Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State

2001 Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 19 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 13 Nov. 26

Savannah Smith, San Jose State Michelle More, Nevada None Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Brianna Blair, San Jose State Leslie Lassiter, SMU Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Janna Newsom, SMU Rebeca Pazo, Rice Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Liz Hudson, San Jose State

2002 Sept. 3 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Dec. 2

Michelle More, Nevada Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Rebecca Kainz, Rice Cristine Sant’Anna, Louisiana Tech Jill Couwenhoven, Nevada Rebeca Pazo, Rice Stephanie Pascucci, San Jose State Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Rebeca Pazo, Rice Kristen Fenton, Fresno State Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i

2003 Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6

Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Lindsey Eaves, Tulsa Kristen Fenton, Fresno State Kristen Fenton, Fresno State Kimberly Noble, San Jose State

Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Dec. 1

Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Carrie Hartt, Fresno State Jacky Niederstadt, SMU Lindsey Carter, Rice Tristin Johnson, Nevada Kristen Fenton, Fresno State Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i

2004 Sept. 6 Cameron Flunder, Boise State Sept. 13 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Sept. 20 Rebeca Pazo, Rice Sept. 27 Kristina Hoban, Rice Oct. 4 Tara Hittle, Hawai‘i Oct. 11 Salaia Salave`a, Nevada Oct. 18 Alicia Arnott, Hawai‘i Oct. 25 Tuli Peters, Fresno State Nov. 1 Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Nov. 8 Jessie Shull, San Jose State Nov. 15 Olaya Pazo, Rice Nov. 29 Carrie Nash, San Jose State

2005 Aug. 29 Saxony Brown, Idaho Sept. 5 Kim Oguh, New Mexico State Sept. 12 Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Sept. 19 Salaia Salave`a, Nevada Sept. 26 Zuzana Cernianska, Utah State Oct. 3 Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i Oct. 10 Alice Borden, New Mexico State Oct. 17 Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Oct. 24 Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Oct. 31 Sarah Loney, Idaho Nov. 7 Amber Simpson,New Mexico State Nov. 14 Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Nov. 21 Haley Larsen, Idaho Nov. 28 Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i

2006 Aug. 28 Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27

Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Teal Ericson, Nevada Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Hailey Jeppson, Utah State Karly Sipherd, Nevada Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Alice Borden, New Mexico State Teal Ericson, Nevada Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Jackie Stroud, Boise State Mandy Klein, Boise State Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i

2007 Aug. 27 Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5

Lindsey Yon, NMSU Shannon Phillips, Louisiana Tech Haley Larsen, Idaho Krista Altermatt, NMSU Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Melissa Osterloh, Utah State Tara Hittle, Hawai‘i Teal Ericson, Nevada Amanda Nielson, Utah State Niki Clement, San Jose State Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i 94 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Nov. 12 Danielle Taylor, Utah State Nov. 19 Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Nov. 26 Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i

2008 Aug. 27 Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Dec. 1

Lindsey Yon, New Mexico State Haley Larsen, Idaho Emily Burke, San Jose State Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jamie Houston, Sr., OH, Hawai‘i Lindsey Yon, New Mexico State Amber Simpson, New Mexico State Lindsey Yon, New Mexico State Lindsay Baldwin, Nevada Brianna Amian, San Jose State Emily Kortsen, Utah State Krystal Torres, New Mexico State Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Amber Simpson, New Mexico State

2009 Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 22

Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Sarah Conwell, Idaho Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Sarah Conwell, Idaho Caitlin Andrade, San Jose State Sarah Conwell, Idaho Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State Kylie Harrington, Nevada Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i

2010 Aug. 30 Sept. 7 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 21

Liz McArthur, Utah State Liz McArthur, Utah State Kanani Danielson, Hawai’i Sadie Maughan, Boise State Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State Kelsey Taylor, Idaho Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State Kanani Danielson, Hawai’i Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State Lindsay Baldwin, Nevada Allison Walker, Idaho Alisha Young, Boise State Marissa Brand, Fresno State

2011 Aug. 29 Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 20

Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Marissa Brand, Fresno State Jennah DeVries, S, New Mexico State Jane Croson, Hawai‘i Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Kelsi Phillips, New Mexico State Allison Walker, Idaho Liz McArthur, Utah State Savanah Leaf, San Jose State Allison Walker, Idaho Alicia Milo, Idaho Allison Walker, Idaho Alex Akana, San Jose State


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NATIONAL AWARDS AVCA All-American 1990

First Team Pauline Manser, New Mexico Second Team Maria Gurreri, New Mexico

1991

First Team Pauline Manser, New Mexico

1992

Second Team Sharon Browning, New Mexico Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young

1993

2002

First Team Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Third Team Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i

Second Team Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i

2010

First Team Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i

Third Team Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i Honorable Mention Kristen Fenton, Fresno State

1994

Second Team Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i

Second Team Amy Steele, Brigham Young

1996

First Team Robyn Ah Mow, Hawai‘i Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Second Team Gale Johnson, Brigham Young

1997

First Team Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young Second Team Korie Rogers, Brigham Young

1998

First Team Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Second Team Korie Rogers, Brigham Young Anna-Lena Smith Brigham Young

1999

First Team Heather Bown, Hawai‘i

2000

First Team Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i

2001

First Team Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i

Third Team Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i Honorable Mention Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i

2004

1995

FIRST team Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i

2003

First Team Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young

Second Team Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young

2009

First Team Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i

2005

FIRST team Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i SECOND Team Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Honorable Mention Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i Liz McArthur, Utah State

2011

FIRST team Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i

Second Team Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i

SECOND Team Emily Hartong, Hawai‘i

Third Team Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i

Honorable Mention Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State

Honorable Mention Zuzana Cernianska, Utah State Kim Oguh, New Mexico State Salaia Salave`a, Nevada

AVCA All-Region 1990

2006

First Team Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘ii Third Team Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i

FIRST TEAM Jill Johnson, Colorado State Pauline Manser, New Mexico Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young

Honorable Mention Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i

SECOND TEAM Marinda Ashman, Brigham Young Sharon Browning, New Mexico Dailene Glenn, Wyoming Angela Martin, San Diego State

2007

1991

Honorable Mention Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Kim Oguh, New Mexico State Amanda Nielson, Utah State

2008

Second team Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Third Team Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Honorable Mention Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i Krystal Torres, New Mexico State

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FIRST TEAM Sharon Browning, New Mexico Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Pauline Manser, New Mexico SECOND TEAM Carrie Appleman, Colorado State Shannan Egbert, Brigham Young Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Kim Smith, Wyoming Kristen Walton, Colorado State


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NATIONAL AWARDS 1992

FIRST TEAM Sharon Browning, New Mexico Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young SECOND TEAM Tania Gooley, New Mexico Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Laurel Luman, New Mexico Jennifer Miller, San Diego State Suzie Regul, Fresno State Gracie Schutt, San Diego State Shannon Egbert Skidmore, Brigham Young

1993

FIRST TEAM Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Tania Gooley, New Mexico Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young Laurel Luman, New Mexico Tumua Matu’u, Brigham Young SECOND TEAM Nicole Chen, Fresno State Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah Stephanie Riley, San Diego State

1994

FIRST TEAM Ginger Ernest, San Diego State Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young SECOND TEAM Marianne Clark, Brigham Young Tania Gooley, New Mexico Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Jil Robins, Wyoming Robyn Wentworth, New Mexico

1995

Brenda Barton, Utah Alicia Bergmann, New Mexico Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State Amy Steele, Brigham Young

1996

Robyn Ah Mow, Hawai‘i Gale Johnson, Brigham Young Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i Judy Rexroth, Colorado State Amy Steele, Brigham Young

1997

Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i Diana Nalbandian, Fresno State Janie Penfield, Colorado State Rainie Rogers, Colorado State Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young Korie Rogers, Brigham Young

1998

Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Nina Puikkonen, Brigham Young Korie Rogers, Brigham Young Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young

1999

Heather Bown, Hawai‘i Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i (District 7 Freshman of the Year)

2000

Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State Maja Gustin, Hawai‘i Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i

2001

Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i

2002

Whitney Arena, Fresno State - Honorable Mention Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i Kristen Fenton, Fresno State Java Johnson, Fresno State - Honorable Mention Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Michelle More, Nevada Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i

2003

Lauren Duggins, Hawai‘i - Honorable Mention Kristen Fenton, Fresno State Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i Kanoe Kamana‘o, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i

2004

Alicia Arnott, Hawai‘i - Honorable Mention Kanoe Kamana‘o, Hawai‘i Rebeca Pazo, Rice - Honorable Mention Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Salaia Salave‘a, Nevada - Honorable Mention

2005

Zuzana Cernianska, Utah State Erin Graybill, Utah State - Honorable Mention Kanoe Kamana‘o, Hawai‘i Kim Oguh, New Mexico State Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i Salaia Salave‘a, Nevada Ashley Watanabe, Hawai‘i - Honorable Mention

2006

Alice Borden, New Mexico State - Honorable Mention Jackie Choi, New Mexico State - Honorable Mention Kanoe Kamana‘o, Hawai‘i Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i Kim Oguh, New Mexico State Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i Amber Simpson, New Mexico State

2009

Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i

2010

Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Kayleigh Giddens, NM State - Honorable Mention Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i Liz McArthur, Utah State

2011

Kelsey Brennan, NM State - Honorable Mention Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Emily Hartong, Hawai‘i Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i - Honorable Mention Meredith Hays, New Mexico State - Honorable Mention (West Region Freshman of the Year) Allison Walker, Idaho - Honorable Mention

AVCA NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR

2009 Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i

AVCA Region Coach of the Year

1990 1995 1996 1998 2003 2004 2005 2009

Laurel Brassey, New Mexico Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i Elaine Michaelis, Brigham Young Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i Dave Shoji, Hawai‘i

AVCA Player of the Year

1996 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i

AVCA Freshman of the Year

2003 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i

AVCA Founder’s Award

1996 Elaine Michaelis, Brigham Young

2007

Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Amanda Nielson, Utah State Kim Oguh, New Mexico State Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i - Honorable Mention Amber Simpson, New Mexico State - Honorable Mention

2008

Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i (West Region Freshman of the Year) Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i - Honorable Mention Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i Amber Simpson, NM State - Honorable Mention Krystal Torres, New Mexico State Lindsey Yon, NM State - Honorable Mention

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ncAA elite 88 Award

2009

Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i

LOWE’S SENIOR CLASS AWARD

2011

Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i


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NATIONAL ATTENDANCE 1990 Team Average 1. Nebraska 3,031 2. Pacific 2,283 3. Wisconsin 2,199 4. Hawai‘i 1,899 5. UCLA 1,694 6. Illinois 1,683 7. New Mexico 1,576 8. Texas 1,462 9. Stanford 1,173 10. Minnesota 1,164 11. Idaho State 1,021 12. Purdue 994 13. Oregon State 977 14. Wyoming 970 15. Colorado State 933 16. Northern Iowa 872 17. Washington State 852 18. Arizona 800 19. Oregon 789 20. Arizona State 731

1993

1991

1994

Team Average 1. Nebraska 3,322 2. Wisconsin 2,639 3. Pacific 2,352 4. New Mexico 2,349 5. Stanford 2,270 6. Illinois 2,242 7. UCLA 1,764 8. Hawai‘i 1,707 9. Texas 1,417 10. Florida 1,398 11. Purdue 1,303 12. Ohio State 1,280 13. Northern Iowa 1,187 14. Washington State 1,181 15. Penn State 1,151 16. Idaho State 1,030 17. Brigham Young 1,006 18. Montana 1,004 19. Kentucky 968 20. Louisiana State 927

1992

Team Average 1. Nebraska 3,242 2. Illinois 3,098 3. Pacific 2,078 4. Florida 2,021 5. Penn State 1,754 6. New Mexico 1,646 7. Stanford 1,617 8. UCLA 1,535 9. Wisconsin 1,504 10. Texas 1,420 11. Hawai‘i 1,370 12. Wyoming 1,335 13. Purdue 1,180 14. Illinois State 1,121 15. Washington State 1,118 16. Brigham Young 1,103 17. Colorado State 975 18. SW Missouri State 962 19. Minnesota 930 20. Long Beach State 887

1996

Team Average 1. Illinois 2,657 2. Nebraska 2,501 3. Florida 2,317 4. Pacific 2,291 5. Texas 1,801 6. Minnesota 1,694 7. Wisconsin 1,566 8. Hawai‘i 1,525 9. Stanford 1,511 10. Washington State 1,502 11. Brigham Young 1,476 12. Illinois State 1,472 13. Purdue 1,444 14. New Mexico 1,276 15. Colorado 1,211 16. Northern Iowa 1,179 17. Kentucky 1,161 UCLA 1,161 19. Colorado State 1,112 20. SW Missouri State 1,102 Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 4,036 2. Nebraska 3,531 3. Florida 3,097 4. Stanford 2,414 5. Illinois 1,945 6. Pacific 1,944 7. Wisconsin 1,924 8. Illinois State 1,852 9. Arizona 1,765 10. Texas 1,695 11. Minnesota 1,521 12. Ohio State 1,431 13. New Mexico 1,412 14. Brigham Young 1,368 15. Northern Iowa 1,364 16. UCLA 1,344 17. Purdue 1,226 18. Washington State 1,223 19. Colorado 1,213 20. Wyoming 1,133

1995

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 6,042 2. Nebraska 3,917 3. Florida 2,571 4. Illinois 2,347 5. Texas 2,054 6. Illinois State 2,019 7. Wisconsin 1,915 8. Washington State 1,814 9. Stanford 1,751 10. Pacific 1,636 11. Michigan State 1,590 12. UCLA 1,562 13. Minnesota 1,452 14. Kansas 1,416 15. Northern Iowa 1,363 16. Purdue 1,351 17. Penn State 1,335 18. Brigham Young 1,135 19. New Mexico 1,064 20. Arizona 1,058 21. Kansas State 1,032 22. Idaho 1,009 23. Wyoming 989 24. Colorado 954 25. Colorado State 909 97 WACSports.com

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 8,378 2. Nebraska 3,509 3. Texas 2,723 4. Florida 2,370 5. Illinois State 2,533 6. Illinois 2,414 7. Michigan State 2,391 8. Wisconsin 2,218 9. Minnesota 1,867 10. Stanford 1,843 11. Pacific 1,699 12. Penn State 1,623 13. New Mexico 1,552 14. Washington State 1,570 15. Washington 1,541 16. Kansas State 1,507 17. Purdue 1,364 18. Northern Iowa 1,285 19. Oregon State 1,230 20. Idaho 1,050 21. Texas A&M 1,067 22. Fresno State 996 23. UCLA 915 24. Southwest Missouri State 867 25. Colorado State 828

1997

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 7,201 2. Nebraska 3,562 3. Wisconsin 3,457 4. Illinois State 2,619 5. Penn State 2,490 6. Stanford 2,202 7. Texas 2,184 8. Florida 2,139 9. Minnesota 2,136 10. Illinois 1,962 11. Long Beach State 1,887 12. Pacific 1,797 13. Kansas State 1,586 14. Michigan State 1,528 15. Washington State 1,355 16. Purdue 1,314 17. Arizona 1,226 18. New Mexico 1,226 19. Texas A&M 1,213 20. Washington 1,125 21. Brigham Young 1,097 22. Michigan 1,044 23. Northern Iowa 948 24. Eastern Washington 913 25. Colorado 886


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NATIONAL ATTENDANCE 1998

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 6,880 2. Nebraksa 3,866 3. Penn State 2,947 4. Illinois State 2,680 5. Wisconsin 1,632 6. Long Beach State 2,409 7. Florida 2,121 8. Texas 1,947 9. Pacific 1,894 10. Illinois 1,828 11. Stanford 1,770 12. Minnesota 1,629 13. Northern Iowa 1,510 14. Kansas State 1,507 15. Purdue 1,300 16. Washington State 1,288 17. Michigan State 1,253 18. Texas A&M 1,156 19. Brigham Young 1,032 Colorado 1,032 21. Washington 1,000 22. Arizona 992 23. UCLA 955 24. Colorado State 935 25. Eastern Washington 911

1999

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 7,139 2. Nebraksa 3,767 3. Penn State 2,734 4. Florida 2.324 5. Illinois State 2,316 6. Stanford 2,266 7. Pacific 2,042 8. Wisconsin 1,972 9. Minnesota 1,965 10. Kansas State 1,944 11. Illinois 1,859 12. Texas 1,794 13. Long Beach State 1,739 14. Colorado State 1,488 15. Northern Iowa 1,472 16. Brigham Young 1,306 17. Purdue 1,281 18. Cal Poly 1,189 19. Texas A&M 1,169 20. Eastern Washington 1,112 21. Colorado 980 22. Arizona 969 23. Ohio State 951 24. Washington State 921 25. Michigan State 911

2000

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 6,986 2. Nebraska 4,224 3. Wisconsin 3,319 4. Minnesota 2,557 5. Penn State 2,460 6. Illinois State 2,287 7. Long Beach State 2,011 8. Colorado State 2,001 9. Pacific 1,846 10. Stanford 1,651 11. Arizona 1,635 12. Texas 1,601 13. Florida 1,463 14. Brigham Young 1,437 15. Illinois 1,405 16. Northern Iowa 1,315

17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Texas A&M Utah State Kansas State Purdue Washington State Michigan State Eastern Washington Montana State Western Michigan

1,288 1,280 1,196 1,141 1,086 1,052 1,026 1,008 1,002

2001

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 6,514 2. Nebraska 4,259 3. Wisconsin 3,745 4. Colorado State 2,846 5. Long Beach State 2,433 6. Penn State 2,373 7. Florida 2,214 8. Pacific 1,971 9. Minnesota 1,966 10. Stanford 1,915 11. Kansas State 1,877 12. Arizona 1,788 13. Illinois State 1,618 14. Northern Iowa 1,592 15. Texas 1,570 16. Illinois 1,449 17. North Carolina 1,428 18. Texas A&M 1,346 19. Brigham Young 1,315 20. Montana State 1,291 21. Georgia Tech 1,209 22. Purdue 1,205 23. Missouri 1,175 24. Washington State 1,090 25. UCLA 1,076

2002

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 7,309 2. Nebraska 4,259 3. Wisconsin 3,745 4. Florida 2,846 5. Minnesota 2,433 6. Arizona 2,373 7. Penn State 2,214 8. Illinois State 1,971 9. Stanford 1,966 10. Long Beach State 1,915 11. Kansas State 1,877 12. Michigan State 1,788 13. Pacific 1,618 14. Montana State 1,592 15. Texas 1,570 16. Missouri 1,449 17. Washington State 1,428 18. Eastern Washington 1,346 19. Colorado State 1,315 20. Texas A&M 1,291 21. Illinois 1,209 22. Arizona State 1,205 23. Wyoming 1,175 24. UC Santa Barbara 1,090

2003

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 7,486 2. Wisconsin 4,294 3. Nebraska 4,239 4. Penn State 2,687 5. Florida 2,617 6. Minnesota 2,430 7. Kansas State 1,951 98 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Texas A&M Northern Iowa Stanford North Carolina Pacific Eastern Washington Illinois Texas Notre Dame Montana State Michigan State Long Beach State Purdue Washington Colorado State New Mexico State Illinois State Missouri

1,801 1,787 1,782 1,713 1,704 1,614 1,598 1,589 1,576 1,570 1,539 1,534 1,534 1,523 1,502 1,438 1,428 1,418

2004

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 7,135 2. Nebraska 4,336 3. Wisconsin 4,079 4. Minnesota 3,742 5. Washington 3,211 6. Penn State 2,368 7. Florida 2,272 8. Texas 1,868 Colorado State 1,829 9. 10. Illinois 1,761 11. Texas A&M 1,755 12. Pacific 1,706 13. Michigan State 1,681 14. Purdue 1,564 15. Northern Iowa 1,548 16. Illinois State 1,535 17. Notre Dame 1,513 18. Long Beach State 1,473 19. Missouri 1,460 20. Kansas State 1,453 21. Arizona 1,394 22. Michigan 1,394 23. Montana State 1,377 24. Ohio State 1,280 25. Eastern Washington 1,243

2005

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 7,302 2. Nebraska 4,323 3. Minnesota 3,883 4. Wisconsin 3,758 5. Washington 2,888 6. Missouri 2,670 7. Penn State 2,495 8. Florida 2,239 9. Texas 2,185 10. Purdue 2,183 11. New Mexico State 2,075 12. Stanford 2,055 13. Wichita State 1,998 14. BYU 1,864 15. Illinois State 1,844 16. Texas A&M 1,791 17. Arizona 1,699 18. Colorado State 1,648 19. Notre Dame 1,549 20. Illinois 1,514 21. Long Beach State 1,476 22. Michigan State 1,473 23. Northern Iowa 1,400 24. Pacific 1,333 25. Montana State 1,260


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NATIONAL AND WAC ATTENDANCE 2006

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 7,186 4,328 2. Wisconsin 3. Nebraska 4,178 4. Minnesota 3,938 5. Penn State 2,596 6. Washington 2,584 2,565 7. Missouri 8. Florida 2,421 9. Texas 2,169 10. Wichita State 2,083 11. Stanford 2,061 12. BYU 1,902 13. Notre Dame 1,849 14. New Mexico State 1,830 15. Purdue 1,802 16. Texas A&M 1,781 17. Northern Iowa 1,708 18. Creighton 1,611 19. Colorado State 1,554 20. Michigan State 1,473 21. Illinois 1,471 22. Long Beach State 1,447 23. Ohio 1,411 24. UCLA 1,355 25. Illinois State 1,353

2007

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 6,452 2. Nebraska 5,140 3. Wisconsin 5,050 4. Minnesota 2,961 5. Penn State 2,832 6. Florida 2,558 7. Wichita State 2,550 8. Washington 2,511 9. Texas 2,502 10. Stanford 2,428 11. Missouri 2,103 12. Purdue 2,011 13. Northern Iowa 1,864 14. Creighton 1,860 15. Texas A&M 1,816 16. New Mexico State 1,785 17. BYU 1,739 18. Colorado State 1,700 19. Iowa State 1,565 20. Ohio State 1,532 21. Ohio 1,518 22. Illinois State 1,476 23. Michigan State 1,447 24. Illinois 1,365 25. Georgia Tech 1,346

2008

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 5,944 2. Nebraska 4,769 3. Wisconsin 4,349 4. Minnesota 3,329 5. Wichita State 3,177 6. Penn State 2,723 7. Purdue 2,485 8. Stanford 2,420 9. Colorado State 2,388 10. Texas 2,370 11. Michigan State 2,344 12. Washington 2,277 13. Florida 2,105 14. Iowa State 1,671

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

New Mexico State Missouri North Carolina Georgia Tech USC New Mexico Texas A&M Kansas State Illinois State Oregon Northern Iowa

1,634 1,625 1,612 1,586 1,571 1,570 1,539 1,514 1,437 1,412 1,405

2009

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 6,423 2. Nebraska 5,197 3. Wisconsin 4,064 4. Minnesota 3,455 5. Washington 3,109 6. Texas 3,035 7. Wichita State 2,892 8. Penn State 2,880 9. Iowa State 2,734 10. Florida 2,606 11. Stanford 2,539 12. Purdue 2,072 13. North Carolina 2,032 14. Michigan State 2,007 15. Illinois 1,985 16. Northern Iowa 1,958 17. New Mexico State 1,919 18. Colorado State 1,846 19. Kansas State 1,802 20. Missouri 1,731 21. Fresno State 1,684 22. New Mexico 1,676 23. Iowa 1,632 24. Texas A&M 1,614 25. Ohio 1,608

2010

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 6,169 2. Nebraska 4,632 3. Wisconsin 3,737 4. Washington 3,298 5. Penn State 3,274 6. Florida 2,660 7. Texas 2,629 8. Minnesota 2,621 9. Stanford 2,526 10. Wichita State 2,501 11. Michigan State 2,279 12. New Mexico 2,232 13. Colorado State 2,180 14. Northern Iowa 2,116 15. Missouri 2,073 16. Illinois 2,043 17. Purdue 1,988 18. Kansas State 1,949 19. Iowa State 1,860 20. USC 1,583 21. Michigan 1,504 22. New Mexico State 1,476 23. Texas A&M 1,475 24. TCU 1,319 25. Kentucky 1,316

99 WACSports.com

2011

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 6,814 2. Nebraska 4,522 3. Wisconsin 3,791 4. Minnesota 3,608 5. Penn State 3,177 6. Texas 2,807 7. Florida 2,712 8. Washington 2,553 9. Illinois 2,528 10. Wichita State 2,527 11. Stanford 2,392 12. Purdue 2,390 13. Northern Iowa 2,316 14. Missouri 2,298 15. Iowa State 2,225 16. New Mexico 2,184 17. Colorado State 2,151 18. Michigan State 2,102 19. TCU 1,734 20. Oregon 1,704 21. Texas A&M 1,693 22. Kansas State 1,555 23. New Mexico State 1,554 24. Louisville 1,527 25. Duke 1,491

WAC REGULAR-SEASON ATTENDANCE RECORDS TOP YEARLY AVERAGE Year Team 1990 New Mexico 1991 New Mexico 1992 New Mexico 1993 Brigham Young 1994 New Mexico 1995 Brigham Young 1996 Hawai‘i 1997 Hawai‘i 1998 Hawai‘i 1999 Hawai‘i 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Hawai‘i 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 Hawai‘i

ALL-TIME HIGHS

Avg. 1,576 2,349 1,646 1,476 1,412 1,135 8,378 7,201 6,880 7,158 6,986 6,514 7,309 7,486 7,135 7,302 7,186 6,452 5,944 6,423 6,169 6,814

WAC Match SJSU at Hawai‘i

Attend 10,300

Date Nov. 15, 2003

All Matches SJSU at Hawai‘i Stanford at Hawai‘i Stanford at Hawai‘i

Attend 10,300 10,252 10,252

Date Nov. 15, 2003 Oct. 24, 1999 Nov. 10, 2002


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NATIONAL POLLS 1990 Volleyball Monthly 1. UCLA 2. Nebraska 3. Stanford 4. Penn State 5. Hawai‘i 6. Pacific 7. UC Santa Barbara 8. Texas 9. Pepperdine 10. Long Beach State 11. Wisconsin 12. San Jose State 13. Texas Tech 14. Ohio State 15. Brigham Young 16. New Mexico 17. Louisiana State 18. Pittsburgh 19. San Diego State 20. Gonzaga Tachikara 1. UCLA 2. Nebraska 3. Stanford 4. Hawai‘i 5. Pacific 6. Penn State 7. Texas 8. UC Santa Barbara 9. Long Beach State 10. San Jose State 11. Pepperdine 12. Brigham Young 13. Wisconsin 14. New Mexico 15. Ohio State 16. Texas Tech 17. Louisiana State 18. Pittsburgh 19. San Diego State 20. Purdue NCAA 1. UCLA 2. Nebraska 3. Stanford 4. Pacific 5. Texas 6. Hawai‘i 7. UCSB 8. Penn State 9. Long Beach State 10. Wisconsin 11. San Jose State 12. Brigham Young 13. Texas Tech 14. New Mexico 15. Ohio State 16. Pepperdine 17. Louisiana

18. Pittsburgh 19. San Diego State 20. Kentucky

1991 Volleyball Monthly 1. Stanford 2. Long Beach State 3. Hawai‘i 4. Pacific 5. Nebraska 6. Louisiana State 7. New Mexico 8. UCLA 9. Ohio State 10. Brigham Young 11. Florida 12. UC Santa Barbara 13. Southern Cal 14. Pepperdine 15. Texas 16. Texas Tech 17. Penn State 18. Georgia 19. Montana 20. Duke Tachikara 1. Stanford 2. Long Beach State 3. Hawai‘i 4. Pacific 5. Louisiana State 6. UCLA 7. Nebraska 8. New Mexico 9. Brigham Young 10. Florida 11. Texas 12. Ohio State 13. UC Santa Barbara 14. Southern Cal 15. Pepperdine 16. Penn State 17. Texas Tech 18. Georgia 19. Washington State 20. Fresno State NCAA 1. Stanford 2. Long Beach State   3. Hawai‘i   4. Pacific   5. Louisiana State   6. Florida   7. Nebraska   8. New Mexico   9. UCLA 10. Brigham Young 11. UCSB 12. Ohio State 13. Texas

14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Georgia Southern Cal Penn State Pepperdine Texas Tech Bowling Green Colorado

1992 Volleyball Monthly 1. UCLA 2. Stanford 3. Long Beach State 4. Pacific 5. Florida 6. Illinois 7. Brigham Young 8. Nebraska 9. Penn State 10. Texas 11. Southern Cal 12. UC Santa Barbara 13. Louisiana State 14. Arizona State 15. Colorado 16. Texas Tech 17. Ohio State 18. New Mexico 19. Kentucky 20. Cal State Northridge Tachikara 1. UCLA   2. Stanford   3. Long Beach State   4. Pacific   5. Florida   6. Illinois   7. Nebraska   8. Brigham Young   9. Penn State 10. Texas 11. Southern Cal 12. Louisiana State 13. UC Santa Barbara 14. Arizona State 15. Colorado 16. Kentucky 17. Texas Tech 18. New Mexico 19. Georgia 20. Washington State

1993 Volleyball Monthly 1. Texas   2. UCLA   3. Long Beach State   4. UC Santa Barbara   5. Brigham Young   6. Stanford   7. Colorado   8. Penn State 100 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

  9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Florida Kentucky Arizona State Ohio State Southern Cal Nebraska Pacific Notre Dame Hawai‘i Arizona Georgia Duke

Tachikara 1. UCLA   2. Texas   3. Long Beach State   4. Brigham Young   5. UC Santa Barbara   6. Stanford   7. Penn State   8. Nebraska 9. Colorado 10. Arizona State 11. Pacific 12. Kentucky 13. Southern Cal 14. Florida 15. Ohio State 16. Arizona 17. Notre Dame 18. Hawai‘i 19. Georgia 20. Duke 21. Washington State 22. Santa Clara 23. Illinois 24. Loyola Marymount 25. Florida State

1994 Volleyball Monthly 1. Nebraska   2. Stanford   3. Ohio State   4. UCLA   5. Penn State   6. Hawai‘i   7. Long Beach State   8. Brigham Young   9. Southern Cal 10. Pacific 11. Notre Dame 12. UC Santa Barbara 13. Florida 14. Arizona State 15. Arizona 16. Colorado 17. Idaho 18. Houston 19. New Mexico 20. Georgia

Tachikara 1. Nebraska 2. Stanford 3. UCLA 4. Ohio State   5. Penn State   6. Hawai‘i   7. Long Beach State   8. Brigham Young   9. UC Santa Barbara 10. Southern Cal 11. Pacific 12. Notre Dame 13. Colorado 14. Florida 15. Arizona State 16. Arizona 17. Houston 18. Georgia 19. Idaho 20. New Mexico 21. Duke 22. Washington 23. Montana 24. Texas 25. Washington State

1995 Volleyball Magazine 1. Nebraska 2. Hawai‘i 3. Stanford 4. Florida 5. Michigan State 6. Texas 7. Ohio State 8. UCLA 9. Pacific 10. Penn State 11. Washington State 12. UC Santa Barbara 13. Notre Dame 14. Arizona State 15. Southern California 16. San Diego State 17. Long Beach State 18. Loyola Marymount 19. Illinois 20. Georgia Tech


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NATIONAL POLLS USA Today/AVCA 1. Nebraska 2. Texas 3. Stanford 4. Michigan State 5. Hawai‘i 6. Florida 7. UCLA 8. Penn State 9. Ohio State 10. Oral Roberts 11. Arizona State 12. Southern California 13. San Diego State 14. Notre Dame 15. Texas A&M 16. Illinois 17. Washington State 18. UC Santa Barbara 19. Pacific 20. Long Beach State 21. Loyola Marymount 22. Georgia Tech 23. Brigham Young 24. Northern Iowa 25. Texas Tech

1996 Volleyball Magazine 1. Stanford  2. Florida  3. Hawai‘i  4. Nebraska   5. Penn State   6. Loyola Marymount   7. Long Beach State   8. Michigan State   9. Washington State 10. Texas 11. Southern California 12. Pacific 13. Ohio State 14. UC Santa Barbara 15. Wisconsin 16. Texas A&M 17. Washington 18. George Mason 19. Maryland 20. Louisville USA Today/AVCA 1. Stanford   2. Hawai‘i   3. Nebraska   4. Florida   5. Penn State   6. Michigan State   7. Washington State   8. Brigham Young   9. Loyola Marymount 10. Long Beach State 11. Texas 12. Pacific

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Ohio State Southern California Wisconsin Louisville UC Santa Barbara Washington Texas A&M George Mason Maryland South Florida Arizona Kansas State Notre Dame

1997 Volleyball Magazine 1. Stanford   2. Long Beach State   3. Penn State   4. Wisconsin   5. Brigham Young   6. UC Santa Barbara   7. Florida   8. USC   9. Arizona 10. Nebraska 11. Hawai‘i 12. Washington State 13. Texas A&M 14. Texas 15. Pacific 16. Washington 17. Pepperdine 18. San Diego 19. Arkansas 20. Maryland USA Today/AVCA 1. Stanford   2. Penn State   3. Long Beach State   4. Florida   5. Wisconsin   6. UC Santa Barbara   7. Brigham Young   8. Nebraska   9. USC 10. Texas 11. Washington 12. Washington State 13. Texas A&M 14. Colorado 15. Ohio State 16. Pacific 17. Loyola Marymount 18. Notre Dame 19. Colorado State 20. San Diego 21. Arkansas 22. Arizona 23. Maryland 24. Pepperdine 25. Hawai‘i

1998 Volleyball Magazine 1. Long Beach State 2. Penn State 3. Florida 4. Nebraska 5. Stanford 6. Hawai‘i 7. Brigham Young 8. UC Santa Barbara 9. Pacific 10. Wisconsin 11. USC 12. Texas 13. Arkansas 14. Colorado 15. Texas A&M 16. San Diego 17. UCLA 18. Michigan State 19. Pepperdine 20. Northern Iowa USA Today/AVCA 1. Long Beach State 2. Penn State 3. Nebraska 4. Florida 5. Hawai‘i 6. Brigham Young 7. Wisconsin 8. Texas 9. Stanford 10. Pacific 11. USC 12. UC Santa Barbara 13. Arkansas 14. Illinois 15. Pepperdine 16. UCLA 17. Colorado 18. Texas A&M 19. San Diego 20. Arizona 21. Louisville 22. Michigan State 23. Kansas State 24. Ohio State 25. Indiana

1999 Volleyball Magazine 1. Penn State 2. Stanford 3. Florida 4. Hawai‘i 5. Pacific 6. Long Beach State 7. UC Santa Barbara 8. UCLA 9. Nebraska 10. Pepperdine 11. Colorado State 101 WACSports.com

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Texas A&M Brigham Young Texas Northern Iowa USC Clemson Baylor Arizona Arkansas

USA Today/AVCA 1. Penn State 2. Stanford 3. Pacific 4. Long Beach State 5. Florida 6. UC Santa Barbara 7. UCLA 8. Hawai‘i 9. Texas A&M 10. Pepperdine 11. Nebraska 12. Colorado State 13. Brigham Young 14. Arizona 15. Northern Iowa 16. Minnesota 17. USC 18. Texas 19. Kansas State 20. Baylor 21. North Carolina 22. Clemson 23. Wisconsin 24. San Diego 25. Arizona

2000 Volleyball Magazine 1. Nebraska 2. Pacific 3. Hawai‘i 4. USC 5. Colorado State 6. Arizona 7. Wisconsin 8. Minnesota 9. Florida 10. Penn State 11. Brigham Young 12. UCLA 13. UC Santa Barbara 14. Pepperdine 15. Long Beach State 16. Ohio State 17. Stanford 18. Santa Clara 19. Notre Dame 20. Utah

USA Today/AVCA 1. Nebraska 2. Wisconsin 3. Hawai‘i 4. USC 5. Arizona 6. Penn State 7. UCLA 8. Pacific 9. UC Santa Barbara 10. Colorado State 11. Minnesota 12. Florida 13. Brigham Young 14. Long Beach State 15. Ohio State 16. Kansas State 17. Santa Clara 18. Pepperdine 19. Stanford 20. Utah 21. Notre Dame 22. Utah State 23. Texas A&M 24. Northern Iowa 25. Loyola Marymount

2001 Volleyball Magazine 1. Long Beach State 2. Nebraska 3. Stanford 4. Arizona 5. USC 6. Florida 7. Wisconsin 8. Colorado State 9. Pepperdine 10. Ohio State 11. Texas A&M 12. Pacific 13. Hawai‘i 14. Utah 15. UCLA 16. Penn State 17. Brigham Young 18. Northern Iowa 19. Michigan State 20. Kansas State


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NATIONAL POLLS USA Today/AVCA 1. Stanford 2. Long Beach State 3. Nebraska 4. Arizona 5. USC 6. Florida 7. Wisconsin 8. Pepperdine 9. UCLA 10. Colorado State 11. Texas A&M 12. Ohio State 13. Hawai‘i 14. Pacific 15. Utah 16. Northern Iowa 17. Penn State 18. Kansas State 19. Michigan State 20. Illinois 21. Utah State 22. Brigham Young 23. Colorado 24. San Jose State 25. San Diego

2002 USA Today/AVCA 1. USC 2. Stanford 3. Hawai‘i 4. Florida 5. Nebraska 6. Pepperdine 7. Washingto State 8. UC Santa Barbara 9. Northern Iowa 10. Arizona 11. Minnesota 12. North Carolina 13. Ohio State 14. Long Beach State 15. UCLA 16. Penn State 17. Georgia Tech 18. Wisconsin 19. Santa Clara 20. Missouri 21. Kansas State 22. Michigan State 23. Miami (Fla.) 24. Eastern Washington 25. Temple

2003 Volleyball Magazine 1. USC 2. Hawai‘i 3. Florida 4. Minnesota 5. Washington 6. UCLA 7. Georgia Tech

8. Penn State 9. Pepperdine 10. Stanford 11. Nebraska 12. California 13. Colorado State 14. Kansas State 15. Illinois 16. Texas A&M 17. Northern Iowa 18. Pittsburgh 19. Louisville 20. Kansas USA Today/AVCA 1. USC 2. Florida 3. Hawai‘i 4. Minnesota 5. UCLA 6. Pepperdine 7. Penn State 8. Georgia Tech 9. Washington 10. Stanford 11. Kansas State 12. California 13. Nebraska 14. Colorado State 15. Illinois 16. Texas A&M 17. Loyola Marymount 18. Northern Iowa 19. Santa Clara 20. Louisville 21. Wisconsin 22. UC Santa Barbara 23. Utah 24. Notre Dame 25. Maryland

2004 RichKern.com 1. Stanford 2. Minnesota 3. Washington 4. USC 5. Nebraska 6. Ohio State 7. Penn State 8. UCLA 9. Hawai‘i 10. Texas 11. Tennessee 12. Saint Mary’s 13. San Diego 14. Florida 15. Wisconsin 16. Georgia Tech 17. Louisville 18. Texas A&M 19. Arizona 20. UC Santa Barbara 21. California

22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Colorado State Kansas State Missouri Ohio Long Beach State Santa Clara Utah Kansas Purdue

USA Today/AVCA 1. Stanford 2. Minnesota 3. Washington 4. USC 5. Nebraska 6. Ohio State 7. Penn State 8. UCLA 9. Hawai‘i 10. Texas 11. Tennessee 12. San Diego 13. Saint Mary’s 14. Wisconsin 15. Florida 16. Louisville 17. Georgia Tech 18. California 19. Colorado State 20. Texas A&M 21. UC Santa Barbara 22. Arizona 23. Kansas State 24. Missouri 25. Florida A&M

2005 RichKern.com 1. Washington 2. Nebraska 3. Florida 4. Penn State 5. Santa Clara 6. Arizona 7. Tennessee 8. Missouri 9. Hawai‘i 10. Stanford 11. Wisconsin 12. Texas 13. Notre Dame 14. Louisville 15. UCLA 16. Ohio 17. Minnesota 18. USC 19. California 20. Purdue 21. Ohio State 22. San Diego 23. Pepperdine 24. Long Beach State 25. BYU 102 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Santa Barbara Wichita State Kansas State Utah Maryland

USA Today/AVCA 1. Washington 2. Nebraska 3. Florida 4. Santa Clara 5. Penn State 6. Tennessee 7. Arizona 8. Missouri 9. Hawai‘i 10. Wisconsin 11. Louisville 12. Notre Dame 13. Stanford 14. Ohio 15. UCLA 16. Texas 17. Purdue 18. Pepperdine 19. USC 20. California 21. Minnesota 22. San Diego 23. Ohio State 24. Kansas State 25. Wichita State

2006 RichKern.com 1. Nebraska 2. Stanford 3. Washington 4. UCLA 5. Penn State 6. USC 7. Florida 8. Texas 9. Minnesota 10. Wisconsin 11. Hawai‘i 12. Oklahoma 13. California 14. San Diego 15. Utah 16. Ohio State 17. Cal Poly 18. Purdue 19. LSU 20. BYU 21. Long Beach State 22. Ohio 23. New Mexico State 24. Pepperdine 25. Colorado 26. Iowa State 27. Santa Clara 28. Missouri

29. 30.

Duke Oregon

USA Today/AVCA 1. Nebraska 2. Stanford 3. Washington 4. UCLA 5. Penn State 6. USC 7. Florida 8. Texas 9. Minnesota 10. Wisconsin 11. Hawai‘i 12. California 13. Oklahoma 14. San Diego 15. Utah 16. Ohio State 17. Cal Poly 18. Purdue 19. LSU 20. BYU 21. New Mexico State 22. Duke 23. Missouri 24. Ohio 25. Santa Clara

2007 RichKern.com 1. Penn State 2. Stanford 3. USC 4. California 5. Nebraska 6. Texas 7. UCLA 8. Florida 9. Washington 10. Oregon 11. Cal Poly 12. Wisconsin 13. BYU 14. Kansas State 15. St. Johns 16. Middle Tennessee 17. Iowa State 18. Hawai‘i 19. Oklahoma 20. Long Beach State 21. Michigan 22. Michigan State 23. San Diego 24. Purdue 25. Colorado State 26. Ohio 27. Dayton 28. New Mexico State 29. Louisville Wichita State 30.


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NATIONAL POLLS USA Today/AVCA 1. Penn State 2. Stanford 3. USC 4. California 5. Nebraska 6. Texas 7. UCLA 8. Florida 9. Oregon 10. Washington 11. Cal Poly 12. BYU 13. St. John’s 14. Wisconsin 15. Middle Tennessee 16. Kansas State 17. Iowa State 18. Hawai‘i 19. Michigan 20. Michigan State 21. New Mexico State 22. Clemson 23. Long Beach State 24. Dayton 25. San Diego

Bison/AVCA 1. Penn State 2. Stanford 3. Nebraska 4. Texas 5. Washington 6. California 7. Hawai‘i 8. UCLA 9. Oregon 10. Florida 11. Illinois 12. Iowa State 13. USC 14. Minnesota 15. Purdue 16. Utah 17. Michigan 18. Wichita State 19. San Diego 20. Kansas State 21. Saint Louis 22. Kentucky 23. Long Beach State 24. Colorado State 25. Santa Clara

AVCA 1. Penn State 2. Texas 3. Hawai‘i 4. Minnesota 5. Nebraska 6. Iowa State 7. Stanford 8. California 9. Michigan 10. Illinois 11. Florida State 12. Kentucky 13. Washington 14. UCLA 15. Florida 16. USC 17. Colorado State 18. Oregon 19. LSU 20. Baylor 21. Texas A&M 22. Saint Mary’s 23. Northern Iowa 24. Tennessee 25. Dayton

AVCA 1. Penn State 2. California 3. USC 4. Texas 5. Stanford 6. Washington 7. Nebraska 8. Florida 9. Illinois 10. Minnesota 11. Purdue 12. UCLA 13. Hawai’i 14. Northern Iowa 15. Dayton 16. Colorado State 17. San Diego 18. Duke 19. Ohio State 20. Tulsa 21. Oklahoma 22. Missouri 23. Indiana 24. Tennessee 25. Iowa State

2008

2009

2010

2011

RichKern.com 1. Penn State 2. Stanford 3. Nebraska 4. Texas 5. Washington 6. California 7. Hawai‘i 8. Florida 9. UCLA 10. Oregon 11. Illinois 12. Iowa State 13. Minnesota 14. USC 15. Purdue 16. Utah 17. Michigan 18. San Diego 19. Wichita State 20. Kansas State 21. Saint Louis 22. New Mexico State 23. Kentucky 24. Long Beach State 25. Colorado State 26. Santa Clara 27. Pepperdine 28. Saint Mary’s 29. Tulane 30. Western Michigan

RichKern.com 1. Penn State 2. Texas 3. Hawai‘i 4. Nebraska 5. Minnesota 6. Iowa State 7. Illinois 8. Stanford 9. California 10. Michigan 11. Florida State 12. Washington 13. UCLA 14. Kentucky 15. Florida 16. USC 17. Baylor 18. Colorado State 19. Saint Mary’s 20. Oregon 21. Texas A&M 22. LSU 23. Northern Iowa 24. Dayton 25. Arizona 26. Ohio State 27. Tennessee 28. Ohio 29. Saint Louis 30. Wichita State

RichKern.com 1. Penn State 2. California 3. USC 4. Stanford 5. Texas 6. Nebraska 7. Washington 8. Minnesota 9. Florida 10. Illinois 11. Purdue 12. UCLA 13. Hawaii 14. San Diego 15. Dayton 16. Ohio State 17. Northern Iowa 18. Duke 19. Oklahoma 20. Michigan 21. Colorado State 22. Tennessee 23. Iowa State 24. Indiana 25. Tulsa 26. Missouri 27. Cincinnati 28. LSU 29. Arizona 30. Northwestern

RichKern.com 1. UCLA 2. Illinois 3. USC 4. Texas 5. Hawai‘i 6. Florida State 7. Purdue 8. Penn State 9. Iowa State 10. Nebraska 11. Florida 12. Pepperdine 13. Minnesota 14. Stanford 15. Kentucky 16. Northern Iowa 17. California 18. Washington 19. Tennessee 20. Ohio State 21. Michigan 22. San Diego 23. Oregon 24. Michigan State 25. Kansas State 26. Colorado State 27. Texas A&M 28. Miami (Fla.) 29. Arizona 30. Long Beach State

103 WACSports.com

AVCA 1. UCLA 2. Illinois 3. USC 4. Texas 5. Hawai‘i 6. Pepperdine 7. Florida State 8. Iowa State 9. Penn State 10. Purdue 11. Florida 12. Nebraska 13. Kentucky 14. Stanford 15. Minnesota 16. California 17. Washington 18. Northern Iowa 19. Tennessee T-20. Michigan T-20. San Diego 22. Kansas State 23. Ohio State 24. Oregon 25. Colorado State


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NATIONAL RPI 1990

1993

1996

1999

1991

1994

1997

2000

1992

1995

1998

onference NRI C 1. Western Athletic 1.2030 2. Pacific-10 1.1484 3. Big West .9955 4. Big Ten .8809 5. Southwest .8688 6. Southeastern .8570 7. West Coast .7491 8. Big Eight .6981 9. Metro .6691 10. Mid American .5734 11. Big East .5561 12. American South .4590 13. Gateway .4519 14. Big Sky .4412 15. Atlantic Coast .4326 16. Southland .3154 17. Colonial .3124 18. North Star .2992 19. East Coast .2934 20. Atlantic Ten .2781

onference NRI C 1. Pacific-10 1.337 2. Big West 1.265 3. Western Athletic 1.085 4. Southwest 0.995 5. Southeastern 0.981 6. Atlantic Coast 0.851 7. Big Eight 0.847 8. Big Ten 0.802 9. West Coast 0.657 10. Big East 0.601 Big Sky 0.601 12. Colonial 0.583 13. Mid-American 0.566 14. Midwestern 0.447 15. Metro 0.415 16. Great Midwest 0.386 17. North Star 0.384 18. Sun Belt 0.374 19. Gateway 0.357 20. Atlantic Ten 0.278

onference NRI C 1. Pacific-10 1.481 2. Western Athletic 1.097 3. Southwest 1.086 4. Southeastern 0.886 5. Big Ten 0.863 6. Big West 0.833 7. Atlantic Coast 0.813 8. Big Eight 0.740 9. West Coast 0.600 10. Metro 0.554 11. Missouri Valley 0.500 12. Midwestern 0.391 13. Big East 0.391 14. Southland 0.348 15. Mid-American 0.342 16. Colonial 0.228 17. North Atlantic 0.211 18. Atlantic Ten 0.181

onference RPI C 1. Pacific-10 .5809 2. Southwest .5777 3. Big Ten .5644 4. Atlantic Coast .5604 5. Southeastern .5584 6. Western Athletic .5562 7. Big West .5427 8. Big Eight .5421 9. Big East .5323 10. Mid-American .5206 11. Midwestern .5187 12. Missouri Valley .5170 13. Metro .5169 14. Atlantic 10 .5065 15. Great Midwest .4920 16. West Coast .4899 17. Colonial .4887 18. Sun Belt .4875 19. Mid-Continent .4819 20. Southland .4803 onference RPI C 1. Pacific-10 .6379 2. Big Ten .6030 3. Atlantic Coast .5845 4. Southwest .5703 5. Western Athletic .5698 6. Big Eight .5569 7. Southeastern .5481 8. Big West .5427 9. Metro .5385 10. Big East .5320 11. Mid-American .5292 12. Colonial .5276 13. Big Sky .5143 14. West Coast .5000 15. Southland .4993 16. Midwestern .4983 17. Atlantic Ten .4972 18. North Atlantic .4926 19. Sun Belt .4913 20. Missouri Valley .4886

onference RPI C 1. Pacific-10 .5933 2. Big 12 .5834 3. Big Ten .5669 4. Southeastern .5634 5. Western Athletic .5411 6. Big East .5361 7. Atlantic Coast .5359 8. Big West .5295 9. Mid-American .5210 10. Conference USA .5184 11. Atlantic Ten .5181 12. Big Sky .5169 13. Ivy League .5137 14. Midwestern .5942 15. Colonial .5033 16. West Coast .4994 17. Missouri Valley .4937 18. Sun Belt .4758 19. Ohio Valley .4743 20. Independents .4719

onference RPI C 1. Pacific-10 .6065 2. Big 10 .5769 3. Atlantic Coast .5765 4. Big 12 .5613 5. Big East .5549 6. Southeastern .5482 7. Mid-American .5307 8. Conference USA .5274 9. Big West .5217 10. West Coast .5209 11. Atlantic 10 .5183 12. Western Athletic .5163 13. Missouri Valley .5035 14. Colonial .5033 15. Big Sky .4900 16. Ivy League .4864 17. Southland .4857 18. Sun Belt .4818 19. Big South .4778 20. Midwestern .4763

onference RPI C 1. Big Ten .6008 2. Pacific-10 .5982 3. Big 12 .5822 4. Atlantic Coast .5560 5. Southeastern .5487 6. Big West .5408 7. Big East .5396 8. West Coast .5326 9. Western Athletic .5305 10. Atlantic 10 .5194 11. Mid-American .5156 12. Conference USA .5148 13. Big Sky .5146 14. Ivy .4907 15. Missouri Valley .4895 16. Colonial .4822 17. Midwestern .4798 18. America East .4715 19. Big South .4695 20. Trans America .4690 onference RPI C 1. Big Ten .6004 2. Big 12 .5683 3. Atlantic Coast .5645 4. Southeastern .5608 5. Pacific-10 .5508 6. Western Athletic .5493 7. Big West .5454 8. Big East .5323 9. Conference USA .5307 10. Atlantic 10 .5169 11. Big Sky .5153 12. West Coast .5119 13. Missouri Valley .5094 14. Mid-American .5014 15. Southland .4964 16. Midwestern .4856 17. Colonia .4842 18. Ohio Valley .4818 19. Ivy .4710 Sun Belt .4710

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onference RPI C 1. Big Ten .5793 2. Atlantic Coast .5717 3. Mountain West .5692 4. Pac-10 .5682 5. Big 12 .5641 6. Southeastern .5571 7. Big West .5477 8. Big Sky .5343 9. Big East .5328 10. Atlantic 10 .5169 11. West Coast .5293 12. Conference USA .5279 13. Western Athletic .5218 14. Ivy League .5123 15. Colonial .5055 16. Missouri Valley .5054 17. Midwestern .5019 18. Mid-American .5013 19. Southland .4969 20. Ohio Valley .4740 onference RPI C 1. Big Ten .6072 2. Pacific-10 .5976 3. Atlantic Coast .5709 4. Big 12 .5700 5. Big West .5659 6. Southeastern .5530 7. Western Athletic .5487 8. Mountain West .5403 9. Big East .5335 10. Colonial .5250 11. West Coast .5207 12. Atlantic 10 .5182 13. Midwestern .5153 14. Conference USA .5149 15. Missouri Valley .5076 16. Ivy .4945 17. Mid-American .4872 18. Big Sky .4872 19. Sun Belt .4872 20. Southland .4616

2001

onference RPI C 1. Pacific-10 .6099 2. Big 12 .5713 3. Big Ten .5585 4. Atlantic Coast .5421 5. Big West .5367 6. Conference USA .5360 7. Southeastern .5333 8. Atlantic 10 .5305 9. Mountain West .5283 10. Western Athletic .5251 11. Ivy .5190 12. Horizon .5176 13. West Coast .5151 t14. Big East .5149 t14. Mid-American .5149 16. Missouri Valley .5084 17. Big Sky .5007 18. Colonial .4955 19. Southern .4715 20. Sun Belt .4611


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NATIONAL RPI 2002

2005

2008

2003

2006

2009

2004

2007

2010

onference RPI C 1. Pacific-10 .6301 2. Big Ten .5871 3. Big 12 .5696 4. Atlantic Coast .5598 5. Southeastern .5522 6. Big West .5295 7. West Coast .5288 8. Western Athletic .5248 9. Mountain West .5230 10. Conference USA .5229 11. Big East .5201 12. Atlantic 10 .5145 13. Mid-American .5130 14. Big Sky .5079 15. Horizon .5076 16. Missouri Valley .4997 17. Colonial .4853 18. Ivy .4826 19. Southland .4779 20. Sun Belt .4630

onference RPI C 1. Pacific-10 .5953 2. Big Ten .5821 3. Big 12 .5789 4. West Coast .5648 5. Atlantic Coast .5630 6. Big West .5568 7. Mountain West .5387 8. Horizon .5292 9. Western Athletic .5244 10. Southeastern .5227 11. Big East .5223 12. Mid-American .5194 13. Conference USA .5167 14. Sun Belt .5030 15. Atlantic 10 .4984 16. Big Sky .4963 17. America East .4945 18. Missouri Valley .4899 19. Ivy .4772 20. Southland .4531

onference RPI C 1. Big Ten .6092 2. Pacific-10 .5908 3. Big 12 .5846 4. Southeastern .5735 5. Atlantic Coast .5682 6. West Coast .5580 7. Western Athletic .5509 8. Big East .5418 9. Big West .5411 10. Mountain West .5117 11. Mid-American .5103 12. Missouri Valley .5072 13. Conference USA .5035 14. Colonial .4897 15. Southland .4858 16. Sun Belt .4675 17. Ivy .4647 18. America East .4608 19. Atlantic 10 .4601 20. Horizon .4570

onference RPI C 1. Big Ten .6064 2. Pacific-10 .5966 3. Big 12 .5914 4. West Coast .5726 5. Southeastern .5723 6. Big East .5403 7. Western Athletic .5318 8. Big West .5311 9. Mountain West .5308 10. Atlantic Coast .5278 11. Mid-American .5245 12. Conference USA .5118 13. Atlantic 10 .4989 14. Big Sky .4897 15. Ivy .4829 16. Missouri Valley .4775 17. Sun Belt .4763 18. Colonial .4745 19. Big South .4590 20. America East .4542 onference RPI C 1. Pacific-10 .6381 2. Big Ten .6299 3. Big 12 .6121 4. Southeastern .5724 5. West Coast .5694 6. Mountain West .5291 7. Big West .5272 8. Atlantic Coast .5056 9. Conference USA .4990 10. Western Athletic .4961 11. Colonial .4959 12. Missouri Valley .4959 13. Big East .4911 14. Atlantic 10 .4880 15. Mid-American .4866 16. Ivy .4859 17. Big Sky .4729 18. OVC .4705 19. Sun Belt .4693 20. Horizon .4565

onference RPI C 1. Pacific-10 .6341 2. Big Ten .6088 3. Big 12 .5947 4. Mountain West .5646 5. Southeastern .5582 6. West Coast .5530 7. Big West .5203 8. Big East .5202 9. Atlantic Coast .5185 10. Conference USA .5092 11. Missouri Valley .5027 12. Atlantic 10 .4973 13. Mid-American .4873 14. Colonial .4858 15. Horizon .4843 16. Western Athletic .4835 17. America East .4820 18. Ivy .4707 19. Sun Belt .4694 20. Southland .4645

onference RPI C 1. Pacific-10 .6235 2. Big Ten .6140 3. Big 12 .5809 4. West Coast .5606 5. Conference USA .5473 6. Atlantic Coast .5435 7. Southeastern .5395 8. Mountain West .5326 9. Missouri Valley .5183 10. Big West .5102 11. Sun Belt .5064 12. Big East .4996 13. Mid-American .4971 14. Atlantic 10 .4956 15. Horizon .4945 16. Western Athletic .4843 17. Ivy .4733 18. Big Sky .4700 19. Colonial .4658 20. Southern .4631

onference RPI C 1. Pacific-10 .6256 2. Big Ten .6213 3. Big 12 .5946 4. Southeastern .5576 5. Atlantic Coast .5463 6. Mountain West .5338 7. Missouri Valley .5270 8. West Coast .5264 9. Big East .5217 10. Big West .5205 11. Conference USA .5188 12. Atlantic 10 .5140 13. Mid-American .5031 14. Colonial .4955 15. Sun Belt .4814 16. Western Athletic .4663 17. Horizon .4654 18. Atlantic Sun .4574 19. Southland .4572 Southern .4572

onference RPI C 1. Big Ten .6292 2. Pacific-10 .6113 3. Atlantic Coast .5773 4. Big 12 .5756 5. Southeastern .5670 6. Missouri Valley .5533 7. Big West .5345 8. Mountain West .5289 9. Western Athletic .5162 10. Mid-American .5158 11. Big East .5134 12. West Coast .5080 13. Atlantic 10 .5062 14. Conference USA .5040 15. Colonial .4900 16. Horizon .4778 17. Sun Belt .4677 18. Ivy .4585 19. Southland .4579 20. Southern .4576

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onference RPI C 1. Big 12 .6290 2. Big Ten .6219 3. Pacific-12 .5797 4. Southeastern .5638 5. Atlantic Coast .5540 6. West Coast .5456 7. Mid-American .5311 8. Big West .5269 9. Mountain West .5230 10. Missouri Valley .5170 11. Conference USA .5157 12. Big East .5121 13. Western Athletic .5011 14. Summit .4938 15. Colonial .4849 16. Sun Belt .4795 17. Atlantic 10 .4754 18. Southern .4654 19. Ivy .4576 20. Southland .4466


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NCAA STATISTICS - TEAM YEARLY STATISTICAL RANKINGS (Top 50)

HITTING PERCENTAGE

1991 1992 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

10. New Mexico 19. San Diego State 26. San Diego State 6. Hawai‘i 8. Colorado State 11. Brigham Young 29. San Diego State 6. Brigham Young 7. Hawai‘i 30. Colorado State 15. Hawai‘i 7. Hawai‘i 11. Hawai‘i 1. Hawai‘i 3. Hawai‘i 20. Rice 17. Rice 37. Hawai‘i 14. Hawai‘i 12. New Mexico State 19. Hawai‘i 42. New Mexico State 9. Hawai‘i 3. Hawai‘i 15. Hawai‘i 2. Hawai‘i

KILLS PER SET

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

5. New Mexico 7. Brigham Young 4. New Mexico 6. Brigham Young 11. New Mexico 14. Fresno State 15. San Diego State 18. Colorado State 9. Brigham Young 10. New Mexico 13. Colorado State 7. San Diego State 8. New Mexico 19. Brigham Young 10. San Diego State 13. San Diego State 25. New Mexico 14. Colorado State 15. San Diego State 19. Brigham Young 5. Hawai‘i 13. UNLV 18. Colorado State 20. Hawai‘i 27. SMU 5. Hawai‘i 1. Hawai‘i 2. Hawai‘i 37. Fresno State 48. SMU 15. Rice 20. Hawai‘i 25. Hawai‘i 36. Hawai‘i 40. New Mexico State 12. New Mexico State 20. Hawai‘i 5. Hawai‘i 12. Hawai‘i

.278 .264 .263 .292 .293 .258 .258 .291 .290 .252 .278 .286 .295 .329 .336 .270 .277 .257 .280 .273 .266 .246 .283 .381 .284 .291

16.49 16.38 16.95 16.58 16.21 15.81 15.80 15.63 16.27 16.24 16.18 16.57 16.51 16.19 16.79 17.21 16.66 16.91 16.88 16.75 18.04 17.13 16.91 17.23 16.98 17.42 18.19 18.16 16.11 16.00 16.90 16.64 16.39 16.07 16.03 16.79 16.59 14.66 14.58

2010 2011

33. New Mexico State 12. Hawai‘i 11. Hawai‘i 43. New Mexico State

ASSISTS PER SET

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

3. New Mexico 15. Brigham Young 2. New Mexico 8. Brigham Young 9. New Mexico 19. Fresno State 9. Colorado State 10. BrighamYoung 14. New Mexico 7. San Diego State 18. Brigham Young 21. New Mexico 7. San Diego State 19. Brigham Young 18. SMU 21. Hawai‘i 1. Hawai‘i 1. Hawai‘i 24. Nevada 2. Hawai‘i 40. Fresno State 15. Rice 16. Hawai‘i 42. Nevada 47. Fresno State 18. Hawai‘i 31. Hawai‘i 15. New Mexico State 16. Hawai‘i 4. Hawai‘i 12. Hawai‘i 46. New Mexico State 17. Hawai‘i 48. New Mexico State 18. Hawai‘i

BLOCKS PER SET

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

10. Brigham Young 16. Utah 1. Utah 6. UTEP 16. UTEP 20. Brigham Young 27. San Diego State 3. Brigham Young 26. San Diego State 2. Brigham Young 5. Hawai‘i 4. Hawai‘i 6. Brigham Young 13. Wyoming 27. Utah 2. Brigham Young 8. Hawai‘i 19. Wyoming 1. Hawai‘i 12. Hawai‘i 16. Rice 27. TCU 25. Frensno State 21. Hawai‘i 24. Fresno State 27. Fresno State 37. Rice 3. Hawai‘i 24. Rice

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13.89 14.38 14.45 13.84

15.64 14.16 15.78 14.41 14.38 13.78 14.55 14.40 14.30 14.93 14.52 14.43 15.17 15.20 15.69 15.55 16.17 16.72 14.81 16.78 14.69 15.54 15.44 14.67 14.64 15.22 14.99 15.48 15.45 13.71 13.56 12.70 13.40 12.81 13.30

3.18 3.14 3.65 3.42 3.15 3.08 3.01 3.54 3.04 3.74 3.62 3.56 3.32 3.16 2.92 3.93 3.44 3.08 3.91 3.16 3.06 2.93 2.89 2.87 2.82 2.90 2.79 3.37 2.97

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

30. Nevada 10. Hawai‘i 4. Hawai‘i 25. Utah State 41. Nevada 2. Idaho 20. New Mexico State 33. Boise State 1. Idaho 20. New Mexico State 9. Utah State 18. Hawai‘i 27. Idaho 48. Boise State 10. Utah State 21. Hawai‘i 32. Idaho

Digs Per SET

1994 1995 1996 2001 2002 2003 2004

24. New Mexico 30. New Mexico 4. New Mexico 25. Hawai‘i 13. Hawai‘i 9. SMU 32. UTEP 38. Tulsa 24. Fresno State 26. SMU 50. San Jose State

Service Aces Per SET

1999 2009 2011

22. San Jose State 17. Hawai‘i 32. Hawai‘i 45. Fresno State

Won/Loss Percentage

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

12. 3. 22. 16. 18. 6. 8. 3. T25. 2. 17. 2. 2. 33. 37. 1. 20. 14. 5. 17. 19. 21. 4. 40. 3. 4. 45. 2.

San Diego State Hawai‘i Brigham Young Brigham Young Colorado State Hawai‘i Brigham Young Hawai‘i San Jose State Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Hawai‘i SMU Fresno State Hawai‘i Rice Hawai‘i New Mexico State Hawai‘i Hawai‘i New Mexico State Hawai‘i New Mexico State Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Utah State Hawai‘i

2.89 3.39 3.52 3.03 2.89 3.02 2.61 2.53 3.23 2.66 2.89 2.67 2.57 2.38 2.79 2.68 2.59

18.23 17.57 19.97 17.64 18.79 19.25 17.68 17.45 16.61 18.53 17.97

2.02 1.70 1.52 1.46

27-5 (.844) 35-3 (.921) 27-7 (.794) 29-6 (.829) 27-6 (.818) 32-3 (.914) 31-4 (.886) 29-2 (.936) 25-6 (.807) 31-2 (.939) 29-6 (.829) 34-2 (.944) 36-2 (.947) 23-7 (.767) 21-7 (.750) 30-1 (.968) 25-5 (833) 27-7 (.794) 33-4 (.892) 29-6 (.829) 27-6 (.818) 26-6 (.813) 31-5 (.886) 26-9 (.743) 32-3 (.914) 29-3 (.906) 24-9 (.727) 31-2 (.939)


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NCAA STATISTICS - INDIVIDUAL YEARLY STATISTICAL RANKINGS (Top 50) HITTING PERCENTAGE

1990 1991 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011

16. 8. 13. 17. 7. 4. 21. 24. 25. 11. 12. 22. 16. 24. 10. 24. 28. 30. 45. 6. 9. 18. 24. 20. 4. 35. 36. 24. 34. 43.

Pauline Manser, UNM Pauline Manser, UNVM Jennifer Hamilton, SDSU Jennifer Hamilton, SDSU Jennifer Hamilton, SDSU Angelica LjNEVgquist, UH Amy Steele Gant, BYU Cecelia Goods, UH Judy Rexroth, CSU Heather Bown, UH Joslynn Gallop, SJSU Heather Bown, UH Maja Gustin, UH Jacqui Nosan, UTEP Lauren Duggins, UH Kim Willoughby, UH Rebecca Kainz, RU Maja Gustin, UH Lauren Duggins, UH Victoria Prince, UH Victoria Prince, UH Amber Simpson, NMSU Kim Oguh, NMSU Amber Kaufman, UH Amber Kaufman, UH Brianna Clarke, FS Brittany Hewitt, UH Emily Hartong, UH Kelsey Brennan, NMSU Brianna Clarke, FS

KILLS PER SET

.364 .385 .377 .375 .410 .417 .369 .368 .367 .389 .382 .364 .368 .357 .396 .373 .369 .367 .359 .411 .402 .387 .377 .380 .431 .365 .365 .369 .354 .351

1990 3. Tea Nieminen, BYU 5.22 18. Jill Johnson, CSU 4.57 20. Maria Gurreri, UNM 4.55 17. Gracie Schutt, SDSU 4.69 1991 1992 7. Gracie Schutt, SDSU 5.09 12. Tea Nieminen, BYU 4.92 8. Nicole Chen, FS 4.93 1993 1994 12. Ginger Ernest, SDSU 4.99 8. Jill Pape, TCU 5.33 1996 1997 16. Amy Steele Gant, BYU 5.13 25. Martina Vitkova-Engels, SDSU 4.81 1998 28. Heather Bown, UH 4.74 1999 6. Joslynn Gallop, SJSU 5.60 20. Anamie Buckelew, FS 4.96 2000 11. Joslynn Gallop, SJSU 5.43 2001 1. Kim Willoughby, UH 7.20 22. Brianna Blair, SJSU 4.66 2002 2. Kim Willoughby, UH 6.31 14. Lily Kahumoku, UH 5.27 21. Michelle More, NEV 5.04 27. Rebeca Pazo, RU 4.93 2003 3. Kim Willoughby, UH 6.60 8. Rebeca Pazo, RU 5.76 12. Kimberly Noble, SJSU 5.49 20. Kristen Fenton, FS 5.21 48. Lily Kahumoku, UH 4.52 2004 15. Joyce Silva, TU 5.22 33. Salaia Salave`a, NEV 4.88 40. Beth Karasek, SMU 4.67 49. Christianna Reneau, FS 4.53 2006 6. Jamie Houston, UH 5.49 2007 2. Jamie Houston, UH 5.51 7. Haley Larsen, UI 5.39 11. Amanda Nielson, USU 5.17 28. Teal Ericson, NEV 4.78

2008 2009 2010 2011

11. 34 33. 48. 5. 10. 33. 41. 18. 25. 37.

Haley Larsen, UI Jamie Houston, UH Kanani Danielson, UH Kayleigh Giddens, NMSU Kayleigh Giddens, NMSU Kanani Danielson, UH Liz McArthur, USU Allison Walker, UI Meredith Hays, NMSU Allison Walker, UI Kanani Danielson, UH

Service Aces Per SET

1991 1992 1997 1999 2002 2003 2004 2008 2009

11. 12. 20. T24. 11. 17. 13. 44. 20. 12. 46.

Gracie Schutt, SDSU Gracie Schutt, SDSU Sara Shakula, UU Darcy Walker, SJSU Kim Willoughby, UH Kim Willoughby, UH Kassiana Urnau, TU Rebeca Pazo, RU Amber Kaufman, UH Aneli Cubi-Otuneru, UH Amber Kaufman, UH

Assists Per SET

1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

5. 15. 5. 7. 17. 18. 3. 9. 23. 30. 11. 28. 6. 9. 15. 5. 17. 18. 18. T20. 7. 25. 32. 35. 12. 21. 27. 6. 17. 29. 50. 20. 11. 24. 31. 41. 24. 34. 48.

Carla Gee, BYU Kim Smith, UW Charlene Johnson, BYU Brenda Gregersen, FS Ginger Kidd, CSU Pam Hope, SDSU Ginger Kidd, CSU Andrea Clark, SDSU Brenda Gregersen, FS Charlene Johnson, BYU Andrea Clark, SDSU Analisa Saylor, CSU Anna-Lena Smith, BYU Analisa Saylor, CSU Andrea Clark, SDSU Nikki Hubbert, UH Meri-de Boyer, NEVLV Tara Hatfield, SMU Margaret Vakasausau, UH Jill Couwenhoven, NEV Kanoe Kamana`o, UH Kristina Hoban, RU Jessica Mihm, SMU Robyn Keune, FS Kanoe Kamana`o, UH Kristina Hobanm, RU Jessica Mihm, SMU Kanoe Kamana`o, UH Kanoe Kamana`o, UH Stephahie Brandt, UH Chelsea Fowles, USU Dani Mafua, UH Dani Mafua, UH Dani Mafua, UH Jennah DeVries, NMSU Breann Nesselhuf, BSU Mita Uiato, UH Jennifer Feicht, UI Jennah DeVries, NMSU

Digs Per SET

1992 1995 1996 1997

18. 29. 16. 26. 16.

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4.44 4.05 4.23 4.00 4.84 4.59 4.00 3.95 4.42 4.24 4.13

0.707 0.678 0.536 0.478 0.697 0.620 0.602 0.500 0.470 0.500 0.400

12.76 12.28 13.12 12.85 12.31 12.26 13.67 13.37 12.63 12.30 13.47 13.03 13.96 13.85 13.66 14.61 13.74 13.70 12.73 13.00 13.68 12.98 12.67 12.65 13.62 13.21 13.05 13.85 13.31 12.75 12.45 11.20 11.78 11.19 11.06 10.82 11.24 11.09 10.78

4.23 3.92 4.18 4.03 4.29

2002 2003 2004 2006 2007 2010

26. 34. 34. 49. 12. 48. 43.

Kristen Peterson, SMU Jessie Shull, SJSU Jessie Shull, SJSU Heather Anderson, LTU Jessie Shull, SJSU Krystal Torres, NMSU Lori Hunsucker, LTU

Blocks Per SET

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

12. 1. 7. 10. 14. 15. 21. 23. 1. 9. 25. 27. 30. 2. 4. 5. 1. 9. 15. 1. 10. 21. 5. 12. 16. 40. 18. 12. 28. 48. 27. 12. 27. 44. 6. 11. 20. 26. 1. 5. 22. 25. 18. 34. 47. 49.

Mikki Kane-Barton, UU Mikki Kane-Barton, UU Cynthia Ruelas, UTEP Cynthia Ruelas, UTEP Amy Steele, BYU Melanie Williams, CSU Kristina Dzelme, UW Ann-Mari Lindqvist, BYU Angelica LjNEVgquist, UH Amy Steele, BYU Kristina Dzelme, UW Rachel Greene, BYU Korie Rogers, BYU Cecelia Goods, UH Cynthia Macias, UTEP Amy Steele Gant, BYU Nina Puikkonen, BYU Heather Bown, UH Melody Friehauf, UW Heather Bown, UH Maja Gustin, UH ShaNEVa McQuaid, FS Tessa Kuykendall, RU Victoria Prince, UH Heather Malaschak, BSU Salaia Salave`a, NEV Victoria Prince, UH Kari Gregory, UH Juliana Sanders, UH Kim Oguh, NMSU Lindsay Baldwin, NEV Anna McKinney, UI Amber Simpson, NMSU Lydia Blaha, BSU Anna McKinney, UI Debbie Pederson, UI Brittany Hewitt, UH Brianna Clarke, FS Brittany Hewitt, UH Shantell Durrant, USU Brianna Clarke, FS Kelsey Taylor, UI Brittany Hewitt, UH Alyssa Schultz, UI Kaitlyn Van Hoff, USU Michelle Kuester, NMSU

4.38 4.30 5.34 4.93 5.49 5.32 5.03

1.55 2.05 1.70 1.64 1.55 1.55 1.51 1.50 1.92 1.67 1.45 1.44 1.41 1.98 1.73 1.66 2.17 1.69 1.55 2.25 1.60 1.44 1.74 1.63 1.59 1.42 1.56 1.59 1.48 1.39 1.47 1.42 1.29 1.16 1.50 1.46 1.33 1.30 1.68 1.48 1.30 1.28 1.36 1.27 1.19 1.19


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2012 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Friday, Aug. 24 Seattle U vs. Presbyterian, 9 a.m. (Wyoming Invite) Portland at Utah State, 10 a.m. (Utah State Invitational) San Jose State vs. Oral Roberts, 11 a.m. (UB Invitational) Texas State at Texas A&M, noon (Texas A&M Invitational) UTSA at Middle Tennessee, 1 p.m. (Blue Raider Bash) UTSA vs. UAB, 2:30 p.m. (Blue Raider Bash) Louisiana Tech vs. Central Arkansas, 3 p.m. (Southern Miss Invitational) Denver vs. Rhode Island, 4:30 p.m. (Colorado State Invitational) New Mexico State vs. Wichita State, 5 p.m. (Northern Illinois Invitational) Seattle U vs. Eastern Washington, 5 p.m. (Wyoming Invite) Texas State vs. North Dakota, 5:30 p.m. (Texas A&M Invitational) Pacific at Idaho, 7 p.m. (Idaho Nike Invitational) Savannah State at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. (UTA Hilton Invitational) Utah at Utah State, 7 p.m. (Utah State Invitational) San Jose State at Buffalo, 7:30 p.m. (UB Invitational) Saturday, Aug. 25 Texas State vs. USC, 10:30 a.m. (Texas A&M Invitational) Seattle U vs. San Francisco, 11 a.m. (Wyoming Invite) New Mexico State vs. North Dakota State, noon (Northern Illinois Invitational) Montana at Idaho, 12:30 p.m. (Idaho Nike Invitational) Denver at Colorado State, 1 p.m. (Colorado State Invitational) UT-Pan American at UT Arlington, 1:30 p.m. (UTA Hilton Invitational) Southern Utah at Utah State, 2 p.m. (Utah State Invitational) San Jose State vs. Canisius, 2:30 p.m. (UB Invitational) Louisiana Tech vs. South Alabama, 3 p.m. (Southern Miss Invitational) Denver vs. Virginia, 5 p.m. (Colorado State Invitational) Louisiana Tech at Southern Miss, 7 p.m. (Southern Miss Invitational) New Mexico State at Northern Illinois, 7 p.m. (Northern Illinois Invitational) Seattle U at Wyoming, 7 p.m. (Wyoming Invite) Stephen F. Austin at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. (UTA Hilton Invitational) Washington State at Idaho, 7 p.m. (Idaho Nike Invitational) Weber State at Utah State, 7:30 p.m. (Utah State Invitational) UTSA vs. Furman, 9 p.m. (Blue Raider Bash)

Tuesday, Aug. 28 North Texas at UT Arlington, 6 p.m. Sam Houston State at Texas State, 6:30 p.m. Rice at UTSA, 6:30 p.m. (UTSA Classic) Thursday, Aug. 30 Idaho at Cal Poly, 5 p.m. Belmont at UTSA, 6:30 p.m. (UTSA Classic) Friday, Aug. 31 Louisiana Tech at Lamar, 10:30 a.m. (Lamar Invitational) San Jose State vs. Northwestern State, 10:30 a.m. (Texas Tech Invitational) Seattle U vs. Weber State, 1 p.m. (Cougar Challenge) Texas State vs. South Carolina State, 1 p.m. (Lamar Invitational) Denver vs. Kansas State, 3:30 p.m. (Bluejay Invitational) Louisiana Tech vs. Tulane, 4:30 p.m. (Lamar Invitational) Idaho at UC Santa Barbara, 5 p.m. (UCSB Fall Invitational) Utah State vs. Montana, 5 p.m. (Aztec Invitational) San Jose State at Texas Tech, 6 p.m. (Texas Tech Invitational) Cincinnati at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. (NMSU Tournament) Seattle U at Washington State, 7 p.m. (Cougar Challenge) Texas State at Lamar, 7 p.m. (Lamar Invitational) UT Arlington at UIC, 7 p.m. (UIC Invite) Saturday, Sept. 1 Utah State vs. Sacred Heart, 9 a.m. (Aztec Invitational) Denver vs. Syracuse, 10 a.m. (Bluejay Invitational) Texas State vs. Tulane, 10 a.m. (Lamar Invitational) UT Arlington vs. Eastern Michigan, 10 a.m. (UIC Invite) San Jose State vs. UT-Pan American, 11 a.m. (Texas Tech Invitational) Belmont at UTSA, noon (UTSA Classic) Drake at New Mexico State, 12:30 p.m. (NMSU Tournament) Louisiana Tech vs. South Carolina State, 3 p.m. (Lamar Invitational) Idaho vs. Northeastern, 5 p.m. (UCSB Fall Invitational) Seattle U vs. Alabama State, 5 p.m. (Cougar Challenge) UT Arlington vs. IPFW, 5 p.m. (UIC Invite) UTEP at UTSA, 6:30 p.m. (UTSA Classic) Northwestern at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. (NMSU Tournament) Utah State at San Diego State, 7 p.m. (Aztec Invitational) Denver at Creighton, 7:30 p.m. (Bluejay Invitational) 108 2012 WAC Volleyball Media Guide


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2012 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Monday, Sept. 3 Idaho at Cal State Northridge, 12:30 p.m. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at UT Arlington, 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 4 Texas State at Baylor, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5 Grambling State at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6 Seattle U at Washington, 7 p.m.

Monday, Sept. 10 UTSA at Houston Baptist 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11 Boise State at Seattle U, 7 p.m. Louisiana Tech at Northwestern State, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13 *San Jose State at Texas State, 6:30 p.m. *Utah State at UTSA, 6:30 p.m. *Denver at Idaho, 7 p.m. *New Mexico State at Seattle U, 7 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 7 Louisiana Tech vs. UT-Pan American, 9 a.m. (Southeastern Lion Classic) San Jose State vs. UC Irvine, 11 a.m. (Boise State Tournament) Texas State vs. Auburn, 11 a.m. (SMU Invitational) Denver vs. The Citadel, 2:30 p.m. (Pentagon Tournament) Louisiana Tech vs. Southern, 3 p.m. (Southeastern Lion Classic) Utah State vs. Saint Mary’s, 3 p.m. (Kansas State Invitational) New Mexico State vs. Florida International, 4:30 p.m. (Rams Classic) Idaho vs. UCLA, 5 p.m. (Verizon Challenge) Marist at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. (UTA Maverick Classic) UTSA at Houston, 7 p.m. San Jose State at Boise State, 7:30 p.m. (Boise State Tournament) Texas State at SMU, 7:30 p.m. (SMU Invitational)

Saturday, Sept. 15 *San Jose State at UTSA, 2 p.m. *UT Arlington at Louisiana Tech, 2 p.m. *Utah State at Texas State, 2 p.m. *Denver at Seattle U, 7 p.m. *New Mexico State at Idaho, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 8 Denver vs. Navy, 9 a.m. (Pentagon Tournament) Louisiana Tech vs. Weber State, 10 a.m. (Southeastern Lion Classic) New Mexico State vs. Pepperdine, 11 a.m. (Rams Classic) San Jose State vs. Southern Utah, 11 a.m. (Boise State Tournament) Texas State vs. Wichita State, 11 a.m. (SMU Invitational) Denver vs. Army, 1 p.m. (Pentagon Tournament) Northwestern State at UT Arlington, 1:30 p.m. (UTA Maverick Classic) Louisiana Tech at Southeastern Louisiana, 2 p.m. (Southeastern Lion Classic) Utah State at Kansas State, 5 p.m. (Kansas State Invitational) Idaho at Hawai’i, 7 p.m. (Verizon Challenge) Long Beach State at Seattle U, 7 p.m. Southern Mississippi at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. (UTA Maverick Classic)

Tuesday, Sept. 25 Denver at Air Force, 7 p.m. Pacific at San Jose State, 7 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 9 New Mexico State at Colorado State, noon (Rams Classic) Idaho vs. San Diego State, 3 p.m. (Verizon Challenge)

Tuesday, Sept. 18 Houston Baptist at UTSA, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20 *Idaho at San Jose State, 7 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at Utah State, 7 p.m. *UT Arlington at Denver, 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21 *Texas State at UTSA, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22 *UT Arlington at New Mexico State, noon *Idaho at Utah State, 7 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at Denver, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at San Jose State, 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 26 New Mexico State at UTEP, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27 *San Jose State at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. Texas State at Idaho, 7 p.m. *Utah State at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. *UTSA at Seattle U, 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29 *Denver at New Mexico State, noon *Utah State at UT Arlington, 2 p.m. *Texas State at Seattle U, 5 p.m. *San Jose State at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. *UTSA at Idaho, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4 *Louisiana Tech at UTSA, 6:30 p.m. *UT Arlington at Texas State, 6:30 p.m. *Denver at San Jose State, 7 p.m. *New Mexico State at Utah State, 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5 *Idaho at Seattle U, 7 p.m.

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2012 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Saturday, Oct. 6 *Louisiana Tech at Texas State, 2 p.m. *UT Arlington at UTSA, 2 p.m. *Denver at Utah State, 7 p.m. *New Mexico State at San Jose State, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9 Utah Valley at Utah State, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11 *Idaho at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. *Texas State at Denver, 7 p.m. *UTSA at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13 *UTSA at Denver, 1 p.m. *Seattle U at UT Arlington, 2 p.m. *Idaho at Louisiana Tech, 5 p.m. *San Jose State at Utah State, 7 p.m. *Texas State at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15 *Texas State at San Jose State, 7 p.m. *UTSA at Utah State, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 3 *UTSA at Louisiana Tech, 11 a.m. *Texas State at UT Arlington, 2 p.m. *San Jose State at Denver, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at Idaho, 7 p.m. *Utah State at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8 *New Mexico State at Texas State, 6:30 p.m. *Denver at UTSA, 6:30 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at Idaho, 7 p.m. *UT Arlington at Seattle U, 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10 *New Mexico State at UTSA, 11 a.m. *Denver at Texas State, 2 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at Seattle U, 7 p.m. *UT Arlington at Idaho, 7 p.m. *Utah State at San Jose State, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13 CSU Bakersfield at San Jose State, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14 *Texas State at Utah State, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 18 *Denver at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. *New Mexico State at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. *San Jose State at Seattle U, 7 p.m. *Utah State at Idaho, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 15 *Idaho at New Mexico State, 5:30 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at UT Arlington, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at Denver, 7 p.m. *UTSA at San Jose State, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 20 *New Mexico State at Louisiana Tech, 2 p.m. *Denver at UT Arlington, 2 p.m. *UTSA at Texas State, 2 p.m. *San Jose State at Idaho, 7 p.m. *Utah State at Seattle U, 7 p.m.

Monday, Nov. 19 WAC Tournament Quarterfinal Match 1, noon WAC Tournament Quarterfinal Match 2, 2:30 p.m. WAC Tournament Quarterfinal Match 1, 5 p.m. WAC Tournament Quarterfinal Match 2, 7:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 23 New Mexico State at New Mexico 7 p.m. Northern Colorado at Denver 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25 *Idaho at UTSA, 6:30 p.m. *Seattle U at Texas State, 6:30 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at San Jose State, 7 p.m. *UT Arlington at Utah State, 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27 *Idaho at Texas State, 2 p.m. *Louisiana Tech at Utah State, 7 p.m. *New Mexico State at Denver, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at UTSA, 7 p.m. *UT Arlington at San Jose State, 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29 *Seattle U at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. *Idaho at Denver, 7 p.m.

Tuesday, Nov. 20 WAC Tournament Semifinal Match 1, 4 p.m. WAC Tournament Semifinal Match 2, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21 WAC Tournament Championship Match (ESPNU), 4 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 29-Dec. 1 NCAA First and Second Rounds Friday-Saturday, Dec. 7-8 NCAA Regionals Thursday & Saturday, Dec. 13 & 15 NCAA Championship *WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

Thursday, Nov. 1 *San Jose State at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. *Texas State at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. *Utah State at Denver, 7 p.m. *UTSA at UT Arlington, 7 p.m.

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