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2014 WAC VOLLEYBALL DIRECTORY BAKERSFIELD GoRunners.com

SEATTLE U goseattleu.com

Ziggy Siegfried, Interim Athletics Director................................... (661) 654-2188 Cindy Goodmon, SWA......................................................................... (661) 654-2346 Giovana Melo, Head Coach................................................................ (661) 654-2269 Press Row................................................................................................. (661) 654-2126 Matt Turk, SID [Cell: (515) 240-0483].............................................. (661) 654-3071 FAX.............................................................................................................. (661) 654-6978 E-Mail Address...........................................................................................sid@csub.edu

William Hogan, Athletics Director................................................... (206) 296-6400 Roxanne Levenson, SWA.................................................................... (206) 296-6401 James Finley, 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

CHICAGO STATE GoCSUCougars.com

TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN UTPABroncs.com

Dr. Denisha Hendricks, Athletics Director..................................... (773) 995-2295 Karen Schiferl, SWA............................................................................... (773) 995-5301 Dawn Barnes, Interim Head Coach................................................. (773) 995-4486 Press Row........................................................................................................................N/A TBA, SID..................................................................................................... (773) 995-2217 FAX:............................................................................................................. (773) 995-3656 E-Mail Address...............................................................................................................TBA

Chris King, Athletics Director............................................................ (956) 665-2221 Farrah Manthei, SWA............................................................................ (956) 665-2919 Brian Yale, Head Coach........................................................................ (956) 665-7007 Press Row................................................................................................. (956) 665-7271 Jonah Goldberg, SID [Cell: (516) 659-1177]................................. (956) 665-2240 FAX.............................................................................................................. (956) 665-2261 E-Mail Address.......................................................................... goldbergjg@utpa.edu

GRAND CANYON gculopes.com

UTAH VALLEY WolverineGreen.com

B. Keith Baker, Athletics Director...................................................... (602) 639-6053 Morgan Ballard, Interim SWA............................................................ (602) 639-7243 Kris Naber, Head Coach....................................................................... (602) 639-6034 Steve Heath, SID [Cell: (602) 403-4732]......................................... (602) 639-6514 FAX.............................................................................................................. (480) 270-3672 E-Mail Address........................................................................Steven.Heath@gcu.edu

Vince Otoupal, Athletics Director.................................................... (801) 863-8998 Megan Kennedy, SWA.......................................................................... (801) 863-8254 Sam Atoa, Head Coach........................................................................ (801) 863-8657 James Warnick, SID [Cell: (801) 376-0814].................................... (801) 863-6231 FAX.............................................................................................................. (801) 863-8813 E-Mail Address.....................................................................James.Warnick@uvu.edu

MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY umkckangaroos.com

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Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 9001 Stockdale Hwy., GYM 08 Bakersfield, CA 93311-1022

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 9501 S. King Dr. Chicago, IL 60628

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 3300 W. Camelback Rd., Bldg. 22 Phoenix, AZ 85017

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 5100 Rockhill Rd. SRC 201 Kansas City, MO 64110

Carla Wilson, Athletics Director........................................................ (816) 235-1052 Ursula Gurney, SWA.............................................................................. (816) 235-5093 Christi Posey, Head Coach.................................................................. (816) 235-5829 Press Row................................................................................................. (816) 235-6903 Nik Busch, SID [Cell: (816) 529-7694].............................................. (816) 235-6618 FAX.............................................................................................................. (816) 235-1035 E-Mail Address.............................................................................. buschns@umkc.edu

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

Mailing Address UTPA Athletics 1201 W. University Dr. Edinburg, TX 78539

Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations 800 W. University Pkwy. - MS 104 Orem, UT 84058

Mailing Address 9250 E. Costilla Ave. Suite 300 Englewood, CO 80112

Jeff Hurd, Commissioner..................................................................... (303) 799-9221 Connie Hurlbut, Senior Associate Commissioner/SWA........... (303) 962-4205 Hope Shuler, Director of Media Relations ................................... (303) 962-4213 Shuler’s Cell Phone............................................................................... (303) 999-6380 FAX.............................................................................................................. (303) 799-3888 E-Mail Address....................................................................................hshuler@wac.org

NEW MEXICO STATE nmstatesports.com Mailing Address Athletic Media Relations MSC 3145, PO Box 30001 Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001

McKinley Boston, Athletics Director............................................... (575) 646-8225 TBA, SWA.................................................................................................. (575) 646-1672 Mike Jordan, Head Coach................................................................... (575) 646-4921 Press Row................................................................................................. (575) 646-3400 Eddie Soriano, SID [Cell: (575) 635-8509]...................................... (575) 646-1420 FAX.............................................................................................................. (575) 646-2425 E-Mail Address...................................................................................... jg24@nmsu.edu

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2014 WAC VOLLEYBALL WAC WEBSITE

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 The WAC..................................................................... 2-6 WAC History.................................................................. 7 National Champions................................................. 8 WAC Timeline.........................................................9-11 WAC Staff.............................................................. 12-13 WAC SAAC............................................................ 14-15 Team Sport Summary.............................................15 WAC Championships Calendar............................15 WAC Volleyball Notebook.............................. 16-18 2014 WAC Tournament Bracket...........................19

The WAC’s website (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.

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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, Commissioner........................................................................................(303) 962-4216............... jhurd@wac.org Connie Hurlbut, Deputy Commissioner............................................................(303) 962-4205.........churlbut@wac.org Mollie Lehman, Sr. Assoc. Commissioner/Chief Financial Officer............(303) 962-4215.......mlehman@wac.org David Chaffin, Assoc. Commissioner of Technology & Conference Svcs.......(303) 962-4212......... dchaffin@wac.org Nicole Harvey, Assistant Commissioner of Compliance.............................(303) 962-4211..........nharvey@wac.org Amanda Benzine, Director of Championships & Marketing......................(303) 962-4204....... abenzine@wac.org Vicky Eggleston, Director of Creative Services...............................................(303) 962-4207.... veggleston@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 Robby Gabrielli, Executive Producer..................................................................(303) 962-4203........rgabrielli@wac.org Matt Pucak, Asst. Director of Championships & Social Media..................(303) 962-4214 .........mpucak@wac.org Mary Barber, Administrative Assistant...............................................................(303) 962-4208.........mbarber@wac.org Hannah Cox, Championships & Media Relations Intern.............................(303) 962-4201................ hcox@wac.org Justin Bice, Compliance Intern.............................................................................(303) 962-4202................ jbice@wac.org SUPERVISORS OF OFFICIALS Alan Suzuki, Volleyball............................................................. (303) 741-3565..........................................asuzuki@wac.org Dan Keohane, Men’s & 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

Bakersfield............................................................ 20-23 Chicago State...................................................... 24-27 Grand Canyon..................................................... 28-31 Kansas City........................................................... 32-35 New Mexico State.............................................. 36-39 Seattle U............................................................... 40-43 UTPA....................................................................... 44-47 Utah Valley........................................................... 48-51

RECORDS & HISTORY

2013 Statistics..................................................... 52-53 2013 Superlatives.....................................................54 WAC Match and Season Records........................55 WAC Leaders By Season.................................. 56-63 Career Leaders...........................................................64 Single-Season Top 10....................................... 65-66 All-Time Standings............................................ 67-69 Team Championships.............................................69 Team Composite Standings..................................70 WAC NCAA History............................................ 70-72 WAC NIVC History.....................................................73 WAC Tournament History............................... 73-76 WAC Individual Honors .........................................77 All-WAC Teams.................................................... 77-80 Three and Four-Time All-WAC Selections .......80 All-WAC By School............................................. 81-82 Academic All-WAC Teams............................... 82-86 WAC Players of the Week................................ 86-88 National Awards................................................. 89-90 Final Attendance Rankings............................ 91-93 Final National Polls............................................ 94-97 Final National RPI............................................... 98-99 Final NCAA Statistics................................... 100-101 2014 Composite Schedule........................ 102-103

CREDITS

The 2014 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

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Location: Denver, Colo. Founded: 1962

The Western Athletic Conference begins the 2014-15 season with a refined brand including a color change to its widely recognized logo, foundational positioning components, a new slogan and graphic elements. As a visual representation of the WAC, the logo has evolved over the years, but remains extremely identifiable to many in the collegiate landscape. The color renovation from silver to warm gray gives the logo a fresh appearance. “The WAC is excited to implement several new branding initiatives,” said WAC Commissioner Jeff Hurd. “In addition to various new components of the campaign, our recognizable logo remains the most important element as the WAC continues its evolution.” The new slogan – Learn • Compete • Inspire – highlights the growth student-athletes experience while attending one of the WAC’s eight institutions and their impact on future generations through inspired leadership long after graduation. A new style guide has been created and implemented which outlines the conference’s position, gives guidance to its member universities and provides rules on proper use of the graphic elements and slogan. Included in the rules is a complete guide to logo positioning and sizing on uniforms, playing fields and courts, publications and other marketing and promotional materials. The WAC partnered with Adrenalin, Inc., a sports marketing agency based in Denver, to develop these new initiatives. “Adrenalin is a recognized branding and marketing industry leader,” Hurd said. “It has provided invaluable guidance and assistance to further enhance a WAC brand that has been built from more than a half-century of success at the NCAA Division I level.” “Recognizing the WAC’s rich history and their familiarity amongst college sports fans was critical in developing their brand foundation for the future,” said Adrenalin President Dan Price. “Adrenalin, along with key personnel from the WAC, conducted thorough research that provided insights that were used to craft compelling narratives to strengthen the WAC’s position as a leader amongst other conferences.”

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MEMBER SCHOOLS BAKERSFIELD ACADEMIC: Since opening its doors in 1970, the growth of California State University, Bakersfield has kept pace with the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the state. Thus, its role as the only four-year institution within a 100-mile radius becomes even more significant as it extends higher education opportunities to the increasing economic and social center. CSUB boasts an excellent and diverse faculty and the highest percentage of faculty in the California State University system with terminal degrees. More than 90 percent of its tenured faculty earned doctorate degrees in their fields of study. 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students on the main campus in Bakersfield and the Antelope Valley Center in Lancaster, Calif., benefit from excellent academic programs with a student-to-faculty ratio of 17:1. CSUB student learning also benefits from a wide range of co-curricular opportunities. In addition to more than 90 registered student clubs and organizations on campus, the student and campus life is enhanced by its NCAA Division I athletics program and a 75,000 square foot recreation center. CSUB and its academic programs have earned some of the nation’s and region’s highest accreditations.

Location: Bakersfield, Calif. Nickname: Roadrunners Founded: 1965 Enrollment: 8,500 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: After completing the NCAA reclassification process in 2009, Bakersfield has enjoyed success as a new Division I program while showing it can be competitive in that short time. The Roadrunners, who won 30 NCAA National Championships and a Sears Director’s Cup as a Division II program, have already won two conference championships in men’s swimming (MPSF 2011) and baseball (WAC 2013) and earned their first berth in the NCAA Tournament as an at-large participant in the men’s soccer tournament in 2011. Bakersfield also nearly swept WAC baseball postseason honors in its first season as an affiliate member in 2013 with Tyler Shryock being named Player of the Year, Bill Kernen earning Coach of the Year honors and Jeff McKenzie being selected Pitcher of the Year. Other accolades within the department include three women’s basketball postseason berths (WNIT 2014) and (WBI 2010, 2011) and a men’s basketball appearance in the 2012 CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. CSUB has also sent several athletes to the professional ranks recently as 13 former baseball players are currently in the minor leagues while former soccer player Gyasi Zardes (LA Galaxy) is playing in the MLS and Richard Menjivar is a starter on the El Salvador men’s national team. Several other men’s and women’s basketball players are enjoying professional careers overseas. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Outdoor Track and Field, Wrestling WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Sand Volleyball, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball, Water Polo

CHICAGO STATE

Location: Chicago, Ill. Nickname: Cougars Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 6,107 Joined WAC: 2013

ACADEMIC: Chicago State University, founded in 1867, is a public university located on 161-picturesque acres in a residential community on the Southside of Chicago. The university’s five colleges – Health Sciences, Arts and Science, Business, Education, and Pharmacy - offer 36 undergraduate and 25 graduate degree-granting programs. In addition, CSU has a Division of Continuing Education and Non-Traditional Programs that reach out to the community with extension courses, distance learning and not-for-credit programs. Chicago State’s student-athletes are leaders academically on CSU’s campus – by example. Following their academic performance in 2013-14, Chicago State has ascended out of the APR penalty structure for the first time in school history. Seven Chicago State teams – baseball, men’s basketball, women’s golf, men’s indoor track, men’s outdoor track, women’s indoor track and women’s outdoor track – posted the best multi-year APR scores in program history. This total accounts for half of Chicago State’s 14 varsity sports. Women’s tennis led all Chicago State teams with a score of 987. The women’s basketball program’s score of 969 ranked third among Western Athletic Conference women’s basketball teams. Men’s basketball has improved for five straight seasons and now owns a program high multi-year score of 932. Also impressive were Chicago State’s 2012-13 single-year APR scores. Four CSU teams recorded perfect single-year 2012-13 scores: men’s golf, men’s tennis, men’s indoor track and men’s outdoor track. Volleyball totaled a single-year score of 976. Certainly a byproduct of this academic enhancement was 54 CSU Cougars being named Academic All-WAC in 2013-14. On the year, Cougar student-athletes posted a 3.12 cumulative GPA, and 70 percent finished with an individual GPA of 3.00 or better. ATHLETIC: The Cougars enter their second year in Western Athletic Conference with a tremendous amount of momentum. With a new Athletic Director and a huge swell in student-athlete population, the prevailing theme at CSU in 2014-15 is youth. In fall 2014, Chicago State kicks off its inaugural season in the sport of women’s soccer. Head Coach Tony Tommasi recruited all 24 of his players during the 2013-14 year, and will roll out America’s youngest women’s soccer team in 2014-15, fielding a squad entirely composed of true freshmen. In 2013-14, the Chicago State men’s basketball team graduated eight seniors from a team that earned the No. 3 seed in the WAC tournament. The program will look to build on that success with a 2014-15 squad which includes just two seniors. Similarly, the women’s volleyball program graduated five seniors in 2013-14, and enters the fall 2014 season with only three returners from the previous squad, and only two seniors. Finally, the Cougars’ baseball, men’s golf and women’s golf programs enjoyed immense improvements in performance in 2013-14. Entering 2014-15, all three teams are poised to threaten the records for the most successful seasons in school history in their respective sports. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball 3 WACSports.com


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MEMBER SCHOOLS GRAND CANYON ACADEMIC: Since 1949, Grand Canyon University has been a premier private university in Arizona, helping students find their purpose and achieve their potential through landing the career of their dreams, advancing their career, and changing careers. As a Christian university, GCU also encourages students to find their purpose in Christ, with an emphasis on applying Christian values and ethics to the workplace. GCU’s quality academic programs, offered through its colleges, provide the essential knowledge and skills needed to be effective in today’s complex business world. Grand Canyon University offers online and campus-based degree programs through the Ken Blanchard College of Business, College of Education, College of Nursing, College of Arts and Science, College of Fine Arts and Production and College of Doctoral Studies. As a leading private university in Arizona, GCU emphasizes individual attention for both traditional undergraduate students as well as the working professional.

Location: Phoenix, Ariz. Nickname: Antelopes Founded: 1949 Enrollment: 11,000 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: The Grand Canyon University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is dedicated to providing quality programs and athletic experiences for men and women with interest and ability that is consistent with the stated mission and values of the university. The department strives to educate and involve students and the university community in the promotion of personal growth. This department strives to prepare men and women to be student-athletes distinguished by integrity, effort to succeed, and Christian conduct. Student-athletes are expected to pursue excellence on the courts and playing fields, in the classroom, and in the community. Students who choose to participate in athletic programs are challenged to lead lives committed to health, discipline, perseverance, and stewardship. Student-athletes, coaches and staff are expected to emulate Christ in all aspects of their lives including their academic and athletic endeavors. GCU won the Learfield Sports Directors Cup in back-to-back years (2011-12 and 2012-13) as the top performing school in Division II. The Antelopes have won two NCAA Division II National Championships, doing so in men’s soccer in 1996 and men’s indoor track and field in 2012. As members of the NAIA, the ‘Lopes won a combined seven national championships, winning four in baseball and three in basketball. In their first season as members of the WAC in 2013-14, GCU’s women’s indoor track and field team won the conference championship, while the softball team secured the regular season crown. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball, Wrestling WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Sand Volleyball, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY ACADEMIC: The University of Missouri-Kansas City, one of four University of Missouri campuses, is a public university serving more than 16,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students. Located in the heart of a thriving urban setting, the university is surrounded by arts, entertainment, culture and sports. UMKC engages with the community and economy based on a four-part mission: life and health sciences; visual and performing arts; urban issues and education; and a vibrant learning and campus life experience. The Princeton Review named UMKC a “Best Value” university in 2012, 2013 and 2014. The 12:1 student-faculty ratio and small classes give students a personal education and create a small-college feel, while Kansas City’s metropolitan environment provides extensive opportunities for internships and networking as well as culture and entertainment.

Location: Kansas City, Mo. Nickname: Kangaroos Founded: 1929 Enrollment: 14,221 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: UMKC enters its second year in the Western Athletic Conference in 2014. The Kangaroos are in the midst of many exciting new changes, including the appointment of Athletic Director Carla Wilson during the last school year, who is a UMKC alumnus and 17-year athletics department veteran. UMKC’s men’s basketball program also made the move back to playing home games at historic Municipal Auditorium. The facility underwent major upgrades, with more upgrades in the works. Courtney Frerichs made history at UMKC as the first student-athlete to become a two-time All-American, earning the honor in cross country and track. The ‘Roos continued to excel in the classroom as UMKC student-athletes posted a 3.24 cumulative GPA. The Academic Progress Rate of 976 ranked second in the WAC, and the Graduation Success Rate of 86 percent was two points above the average. In addition, former women’s basketball standout Eilise O’Connor became the WAC’s representative for NCAA Woman of the Year for her outstanding performance on and off the court. MEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, 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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MEMBER SCHOOLS NEW MEXICO STATE ACADEMIC: For the 18th consecutive semester, all 17 men’s and women’s teams cumulative grade point averages combined are at or above a 3.00. For the 18th 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 27 student-athletes post a perfect 4.0 GPA in the spring semester. ATHLETIC: The New Mexico State men’s basketball team won its third consecutive conference tournament championships and fourth title in five years in 2013-14 en route to its 21st NCAA Tournament appearance. Daniel Mullings was named the 2013-14 WAC Player of the Year. The NM State men’s golf team won the 2014 WAC Championship for the seventh title in nine years and the team competed in the NCAA Regional. The Aggie volleyball team won its second WAC Tournament Championship and made its seventh NCAA Tournament showing in 2013, as Desiree Scott was named WAC Player of the Year. The NM State women’s golf team won the 2014 WAC Golf Championship for the first time in program history, participating in the NCAA Regional. Both the NM State men’s and women’s cross country teams competed at the NCAA Mountain Regional. The Aggie equestrian team participated at the NCEA National Championships in 2013.

Location: Las Cruces, N.M. Nickname: Aggies Founded: 1888 Enrollment: 16,765 Joined WAC: 2005

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

SEATTLE U 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.

Location: Seattle, Wash. Nickname: Redhawks Founded: 1898 Enrollment: 7,755 Joined WAC: 2012

ATHLETIC: Seattle University enjoyed historic success in 2013-14, as both the men’s soccer and women’s soccer teams did not lose a single conference match on their way to winning the WAC regular season and tournament titles. The women’s soccer team became the first female squad in school history to qualify for an NCAA Division I postseason tournament. The men’s soccer team defeated Creighton in snowy Omaha, Neb., picking up the school’s first NCAA Division I Tournament victory in any sport in almost 50 years. In addition, javelin thrower Dylan Burnett earned a conference title and qualified for the NCAA West Preliminary Championships for the second straight year. Seattle U has advanced 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 future is strong for Seattle U, thanks in part to four student-athletes receiving WAC Freshman of the Year honors in 2013-14. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Rowing, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

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MEMBER SCHOOLS TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN ACADEMIC: The University of Texas-Pan American, a Hispanic serving institution, is in the middle of one of the fastest growing areas in the nation, the southern tip of Texas known as the Rio Grande Valley. UTPA is located in Edinburg, Texas, approximately 10 miles north of the US/Mexico border and 75 miles northwest of South Padre Island. UTPA provides program specific classes in Rio Grande City, McAllen and South Padre Island in addition to those offered through the online learning center. Since its inception in 1927, UTPA has conferred over 2,600 associate’s, 58,000 bachelor’s, 13,000 master’s, and 155 doctoral degrees. UTPA provides an affordable education and global opportunities with a choice of 56 bachelor’s, 53 master’s, three doctoral, and two cooperative doctoral programs within 7 colleges. UTPA is joining with The University of Texas at Brownsville to undergo a major transformation and become The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, which is on track to become an emerging Tier 1 research institution with a medical school, set to welcome its first freshman class in the fall of 2015. UTRGV will be a single institution that spans the entire region, with a presence in each of the major metropolitan areas of Brownsville, Edinburg, Harlingen and McAllen. The new university will be eligible for funding from the Permanent University Fund.

Location: Edinburg, Texas Nickname: Broncs Founded: 1927 Enrollment: 20, 057 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: UTPA Athletics has a proud athletic tradition, having won 16 national and 137 conference championships while boasting 69 All-Americans, one of whom won an Olympic Gold Medal. The men’s basketball team won the 1963 NAIA National Championship and returned to the title game the following season. In 198081, the Broncs knocked off eventual NCAA Champion Indiana before reaching the NIT and falling to eventual champion Tulsa. Eighteen Broncs have been selected in the NBA Draft, six of whom went on to play in the NBA, including former NBA Champion, All-Star and Olympic Gold Medalist Luke Jackson, whose number hangs proudly over Sam Williams Court at the UTPA Fieldhouse. Since 2000, 25 UTPA men’s basketball players have gone pro. The men’s tennis team won the Big State Conference Championship every year from 1953 through 1965, winning the NAIA National Championships every year from 1961 through 1965 and finishing as finalists in 1959 and 1960. The Broncs also won the doubles championships every year from 1959 through 1963 and in 1965 as well, to go with singles championships every year from 1961 through 1963, along with 1965. The Broncs joined Division I in 1966 and immediately advanced to the NCAA Tournament, finishing in sixth place. The Broncs hosted the NCAA Championships in 1975 and 1976. Thirty-two Broncs have been selected in the MLB Draft, four of whom have gone on to play in majors. There are currently six Broncs playing professional baseball, two of whom are in affiliated ball. The Broncs reached the 1971 College World Series after shutting out Texas in back-to-back games and had the No. 1 ranking at the end of the season. Each of the Broncs golf teams has won five team PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championships. UTPA Athletics is set to start women’s soccer in 2014 and welcome back men’s soccer after a 17-year hiatus in 2015. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

UTAH VALLEY ACADEMIC: Nestled between the towering Wasatch Mountains and the shores of Utah Lake in Orem, Utah, Utah Valley University is home to more than 30,000 students. As one of the largest institutions of higher education in the state, UVU offers more than 145 undergraduate, associate and certificate/degree programs, with graduate degrees in education, nursing and business administration. UVU is an open admissions, structured enrollment institution and serves as an important point of access to higher education within the community by providing opportunity to any student willing to perform to the university’s high academic standards. From top-quality academic programs to athletics in the Western Athletic Conference, UVU focuses on providing an outstanding experience to its students—with an emphasis on engaged learning, or the combination of traditional academic discovery with hands-on context and application.

Location: Orem, Utah Nickname: Wolverines Founded: 1941 Enrollment: 31,556 Joined WAC: 2013

ATHLETIC: Utah Valley University had plenty to show for its first full year as a member of the Western Athletic Conference. The Wolverines came away with three conference crowns, including the school’s first-ever NCAA Tournament berth. UVU men’s cross country was the first to bring home WAC hardware, followed in the winter by the Wolverine men’s basketball team, which went 13-3 in league play en route to the regular season crown and an eventual trip to the NIT to face Cal. Rounding out the year, UVU softball strung together four straight wins at the WAC Tournament as it claimed the sport’s automatic bid to the NCAAs -- the first trip to the NCAA postseason for any Wolverine athletic program. More history was made on the individual level when junior decathlete Michael McPherson became the first representative of Utah Valley track and field to qualify for the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Oregon. McPherson finished 16th at the Championships, earning All-American status—the first in the history of UVU track and field and the ninth overall for Wolverine athletics at the DI level. On the academic side, senior point guard Holton Hunsaker became the second Capital One Academic AllAmerican in school history when he was named to the second team in February. Hunsaker was also named the D-IAAA Scholar Athlete of the Year. All told, 169 Wolverines earned Academic All-Conference accolades. Utah Valley University’s transition into the WAC completes its unprecedented move from a junior college athletic program to a member of NCAA Division I. In 2013 the Wolverines celebrated a decade of tenure in DI, marking 10 years since they became the first modern-day athletic program to move from NJCAA directly to Division I. MEN’S SPORTS: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Wrestling WOMEN’S SPORTS: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, Volleyball

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WAC HISTORY After completing its 52nd year of intercollegiate competition, the Western Athletic Conference continues to evolve and feature some of the nation’s best programs. One thing that remains unchanged is the persistent nature of the schools in the WAC to advance their programs to contend at the top levels of the NCAA. The WAC provides its student-athletes the chance to travel to scenic destinations and gain exposure in some of the nation’s most diverse markets and largest metropolitan cities. In addition, the WAC’s studentathletes work to achieve the highest levels of success with the academic support of their respective institutions. The WAC has experienced tremendous success over the years. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two teams to the NCAA Tournament in 28 of the past 40 seasons. In baseball, the WAC has boasted two national champions since 2003. In women’s basketball, the conference has had at least two teams qualify for the NCAA Tournament 10 times in 23 seasons, with a record five teams in 1998. The WAC also sent teams to three BCS football bowl games from 2007-10. In 2014-15, the WAC will debut a new digital network to give fans high quality streaming internet access to many of its regular season games and postseason championships including volleyball, soccer, swimming and diving, basketball, softball and baseball. The WAC’s 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. 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 2011-12 season. In 2012, the WAC added Denver, Seattle U, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State. In 2013, the WAC added Bakersfield, Chicago State,

Grand Canyon, Missouri-Kansas City, Texas-Pan American and Utah Valley to join Idaho, New Mexico State and Seattle U. The new institutions replaced withdrawing members, Denver, Louisiana Tech, San Jose State, Utah State, UT Arlington, UTSA and Texas State. The WAC’s current membership includes eight institutions upon Idaho’s withdrawal prior to the 2014-15 season. 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 1962-1968. He was followed by Wiles Hallock (1968-71), Stan Bates (1971-80), Dr. Joe Kearney (1980-94), Karl Benson (1994-2012) and current commissioner Jeff Hurd (2012-present). Presently, the WAC crowns team and individual champions in 19 sports – nine men’s and 10 women’s. For the men, there are championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field and outdoor track and field. Championships for women are held in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and volleyball. The WAC office has been located in the Denver area since the conference’s inception with the exception of a two-year stay in Phoenix from 1964-66.

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.

FORMER WAC COMMISSIONERS

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONS NCAA TEAM TITLES

32 NCAA team titles have been won by the current members of the WAC Men’s Basketball 1993 Bakersfield (II) 1994 Bakersfield (II) 1997 Bakersfield (II) Men’s Soccer 1996 Grand Canyon (II) 1997 Bakersfield (II) 2004 Seattle U (II) Men’s Indoor Track and Field 2012 Grand Canyon (II) Men’s Swimming and Diving 1986 Bakersfield (II) 1987 Bakersfield (II) 1988 Bakersfield (II) 1989 Bakersfield (II) 1990 Bakersfield (II) 1991 Bakersfield (II) 1992 Bakersfield (II) 1993 Bakersfield (II) 1998 Bakersfield (II) 2000 Bakersfield (II) 2001 Bakersfield (II) 2002 Bakersfield (II) 2004 Bakersfield (II) Wrestling 1976 Bakersfield (II) 1977 Bakersfield (II) 1979 Bakersfield (II) 1980 Bakersfield (II) 1981 Bakersfield (II) 1982 Bakersfield (II) 1983 Bakersfield (II) 1987 Bakersfield (II)

Women’s Volleyball 1989 Bakersfield (II)

Women’s Gymnastics 1992 Utah

Softball 1988 Bakersfield (II) 1989 Bakersfield (II) 1990 Bakersfield (II)

Softball 1998 Fresno State

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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

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

Women’s Cross Country 1997 Brigham Young Football 1984 Brigham Young Men’s Golf 1981 Brigham Young 1998 UNLV

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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.

May 1, 1980 – Dr. Joe Kearney is named the fourth commissioner in conference history as he replaces Stan Bates. Nov. 23, 1981 – UTEP captures its seventh men’s NCAA cross country title. March, 1982 – UTEP brings home its seventh men’s NCAA indoor track and field title in nine years. June, 1982 – UTEP wins its sixth men’s outdoor track and field national championship in eight years.

June 12, 1965 – Arizona State wins its first national baseball championship with a 2-1 victory over Ohio State. It is the first NCAA title in WAC history.

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

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.

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

Sept. 20, 1967 – UTEP becomes the WAC’s seventh member. Sept. 26, 1968 – Colorado State becomes the WAC’s eighth member. June 20, 1969 – Arizona State captures its third national baseball title with a 10-1 victory over Tulsa. Sept. 1, 1969 – Wiles Hallock replaces Paul Brechler as commissioner. Nov. 24, 1969 – UTEP wins its first men’s cross country national championship. July 1, 1971 – Stan Bates becomes the WAC’s third commissioner as he replaces Wiles Hallock. Dec. 27, 1971 – The first Fiesta Bowl, originated to match the WAC champion against an at-large team, is played in Tempe, Ariz. Arizona State defeats Florida State, 45-38. March, 1974 – UTEP captures its first men’s NCAA indoor track and field title. June, 1975 – UTEP wins its first men’s outdoor track and field national championship. June 19, 1976 – Arizona wins the College World Series, its first national championship in any sport. 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, 1977 – Arizona State wins the men’s outdoor track and field national championship and the College World Series title. June 30, 1978 – Arizona and Arizona State officially withdraw from the conference.

July 16, 1987 – The WAC and KUTV of Salt Lake City agree to the conference’s first one-million-dollar package for the regional syndication of men’s basketball games. 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. June 12, 1991 – Fresno State is accepted as the WAC’s 10th member effective July 1, 1992. Dec. 1, 1991 – BYU’s Ty Detmer wins the Heisman Trophy, a first for a WAC athlete. April 24, 1992 – Utah wins the women’s NCAA national championship in gymnastics. It is the first-ever women’s national title in WAC history. 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. 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. April 20, 1994 – Karl Benson is appointed the fifth commissioner in league history, replacing Dr. Joe Kearney. April 21, 1994 – The WAC Council of Presidents extends an invitation of membership to UNLV, Rice, San Jose State, SMU, TCU and Tulsa. 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. June 14, 1994 – The WAC signs a multi-year football contract with ESPN and ABC.

Sept. 29, 1978 – The University of Hawai’i officially is approved as a member effective July 1, 1979.

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.

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.

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.

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

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WAC TIMELINE 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. 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. Dec. 11, 1995 – The WAC’s first website is published. 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. Feb. 26, 1996 – The WAC Council selects Pacific and Mountain as the names for the newly-created 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. BYU defeats Hawai’i, 3-2, in the championship match. Dec. 7, 1996 – BYU and Wyoming play in the inaugural WAC Football Championship game at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. BYU 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. BYU defeats Kansas State in the Cotton Bowl, 19-15, and sets the record for most wins by a Division IA school with 14. June 23, 1997 – The WAC becomes a Bowl Alliance member beginning with the 1998 season. Nov. 24, 1997 – BYU’s women’s cross country team edges Stanford, 100 to 102, to capture the NCAA title. It is the first women’s national championship in school history. 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 25, 1998 – Fresno State’s softball team wins the national championship with a 1-0 victory over Arizona. 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. Nov. 28, 1998 – Hawai’i and BYU 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.

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. July 1, 2000 – Nevada becomes an official member of the WAC and increases the membership to nine schools. Dec. 31, 2000 – Fresno State competes in the inaugural Silicon Valley Football Classic in San Jose. March 29, 2001 – Tulsa wins the men’s basketball NIT title with a 79-60 victory over Alabama. June 5, 2001 – Tulsa’s Reynolds Center is chosen as the site for the 2002 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. June 20, 2001 – The WAC signs a three-year deal with ESPN for telecasts of football and basketball. 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. Jan. 17, 2002 – Tulsa is chosen as the host for the 2003 basketball tournaments. 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 defeated Georgia Tech, 30-21, in the Silicon Valley Football Classic. 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 23, 2003 – Rice wins the NCAA title in baseball, the school’s first team title in any sport. 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. Oct. 1, 2004 – Nevada is selected as the host for the 2006 WAC Basketball Tournament. Nov. 2, 2004 – Sacramento State is added as an affiliate member in baseball beginning with the 2006 season.

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.

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.

June 8, 1999 – The WAC signs a two-year football and basketball television deal with Fox Sports Net.

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

June 10, 1999 – The WAC Council of Presidents extends an invitation of membership to the University og Nevada beginning July 1, 2000. June 30, 1999 – Air Force, BYU, 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.

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

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WAC TIMELINE Nov. 10, 2005 – Fresno State defeats Boise State, 27-7, in football, ending the Broncos’ WAC-record 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. Feb. 17-18, 2006 – The WAC goes 3-1 in BracketBusters as Nevada, Louisiana Tech and Utah State earn men’s basketball wins. March 26, 2006 – The WAC sponsors its first WAC Women’s Gymnastics championship since 1993 in Logan, Utah. April 3, 2006 – Louisiana Tech men’s basketball player Paul Millsap becomes the first in NCAA history to lead the nation in rebounding three years in a row. 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. 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. June 25, 2008 – Fresno State wins the national championship in baseball. The Bulldogs beat Georgia in the best-of-three series, winning 6-1 in the deciding game. 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. December, 2008 – For the first time in its history, the WAC sends more than half of its football teams (five) to postseason bowl games. 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 2011 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments (Las Vegas). Dec. 12, 2009 – The Hawai‘i women’s volleyball team sweeps No. 16 Michigan in the NCAA Tournament Regional Final to advance to its ninth Final Four appearance in school history. 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. 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. Nov. 11, 2010 – The WAC Board of Directors extend invitations for membership to Denver, UTSA and Texas State, effective July 1, 2012. Nov. 28, 2010 – For the first time since 1997, the WAC has three football teams – Boise State, Nevada and Hawai’i – ranked in the AP top 25.

May 30, 2010 – Hawai‘i defeats top-seeded Alabama on a two-out walk-off homer by Jenna Rodriguez in the bottom of the seventh inning in the deciding game of the NCAA Softball Tuscaloosa Super Regional, sending UH to its first-ever Women’s College World Series. The moment is nominated for “Best Upset” at the 2010 ESPN ESPY Awards. June 14, 2011 – The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for membership to Seattle U, effective July 1, 2012. 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. 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. Oct. 9, 2012 – The WAC Board of Directors extends invitations for membership to CSU Bakersfield and Utah Valley, effective, July 1, 2013. Nov. 27, 2012 – The WAC Board of Directors extends an invitation for membership to Grand Canyon, effective, July 1, 2013. Dec. 5, 2012 – Chicago State becomes a member of the WAC, effective July 1, 2013. Dec. 12, 2012 – Northern Colorado is added as an affiliate member in baseball beginning with the 2014 season. Dec. 19, 2012 – Texas-Pan American accepts an invitation to become the eighth member of the conference for the 2013-14 season. Jan. 9, 2013 – The WAC reinstates men’s soccer. Bakersfield, Grand Canyon and Seattle U join affiliates Air Force, Houston Baptist, UNLV and San Jose State for the 2013 season. Feb. 7, 2013 – The University of Missouri-Kansas City accepts an invitation for membership to join the conference effective July 1, 2013. Feb. 11, 2013 – North Dakota is added as an affiliate member in baseball beginning with the 2014 season. June 11, 2013 – Jeff Hurd is named the sixth commissioner in league history. June 11, 2013 – The WAC Board of Directors announces that the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments will return to Las Vegas and the Orleans Arena March 12-15, 2014. The Board also commits to the development of a strategic plan to facilitate conference growth that includes both a digital network and a new marketing/branding campaign. July 1, 2013 – Bakersfield, Chicago State, Grand Canyon, Missouri-Kansas City, Texas-Pan American and Utah Valley become official members of the WAC. Denver, Louisiana Tech, San Jose State, UT Arlington, UTSA, Texas State and Utah State withdraw giving the WAC a total of nine members. Dec. 16, 2013 – The WAC announces the addition of the University of Incarnate Word as an affiliate member for men’s soccer. June 13, 2014 – The WAC Board of Directors announces that the 2015 men’s and women’s basketball tournament will return to the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas for a fifth consecutive year. July 1, 2014 – The WAC unveils an updated logo along with several other new branding initiatives.

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JEFF HURD Commissioner

Jeff Hurd was named commissioner of the WAC on June 14, 2013. 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. Hurd, who is the sixth commissioner in the WAC’s 52-year history, has served in various capacities during his tenure. He was the Conference’s Senior Associate Commissioner prior to being named to replace former commissioner Karl Benson on an interim basis.

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, Colo., and are the parents of four children: Shannon, Michael, Kristen and Kevin.

Hurd is a graduate of the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism and began his professional career as the Sports Editor of

Commissioner Hurd presenting at the 2012 WAC Basketball Tournament

CONNIE HURLBUT

MOLLIE LEHMAN

DAVE CHAFFIN

Connie Hurlbut joined the WAC staff in 2009 and serves as Deputy Commissioner. 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 all-sport 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.

Mollie Lehman joined the WAC staff in August of 2007 and is the Senior Associate Commissioner and Chief Financial Officer. She is primarily responsible for handling all the accounting, finance, and human resource functions within 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.

Dave Chaffin joined the WAC staff in 1995 and was promoted to Associate Commissioner in 2010. His responsibilities include technology, conference services and overseeing the WAC Digital Network. 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 has 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, and daughter, Jamie. They reside in Centennial.

Deputy Commissioner

Senior Associate Commissioner and Chief Financial Officer

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WAC STAFF NICOLE GREEN

JASON ERICKSON

Nicole Green joined the WAC in June, 2013, and oversees all compliance activities while managing WAC involvement in all aspects of NCAA governance. Green previously spent the last 10 years at the University of Memphis where she began in Academic Services before being named the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance & Student Services in 2007. Prior to Memphis, Green also worked in compliance at both Southern Illinois and Kansas State. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Kansas State University where she was a student-athlete competing in track and field.

Jason Erickson joined the WAC staff in September, 2007, and handles media relations duties for the WAC in women’s soccer, men’s basketball, baseball and golf. 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.

Assistant Commissioner, Compliance

AMANDA BENZINE

Director, Championships and Marketing

Director, Media Relations

HOPE SHULER Director, Media Relations

Amanda Benzine joined the WAC in August, 2011, and oversees the budgeting, planning and administration of the conference’s championships and marketing 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.

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.

VICKY EGGLESTON

ROBBY GABRIELLI

Director, Creative Services

Vicky Eggleston came to the WAC in December, 2006, and oversees the creative services of the conference. Before joining the WAC, Eggleston served as the media designer at R+L Carriers in Ohio. Prior to that she spent eight 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’s degree in communications and a Master of Arts degree in telecommunications. She and her husband, Bryan, have two daughters, Kelsey and Kylie. They live in Littleton.

Executive Producer

Robby Gabrielli joined the WAC staff in August, 2014, and serves as the Executive Producer for the WAC Sports Network. Gabrielli has 10 years of experience in sports television and came to the WAC from the Phoenix Suns’ Broadcast Productions where he was a producer for Suns Live as well as Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury basketball games. He also was a producer for Altitude Sports and Entertainment in Denver as well as a production assistant for NBA Entertainment. He is a graduate of St. John’s University (N.Y.).

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MATT PUCAK

Assistant Director, Champiomships and Social Media Matt Pucak joined the WAC staff in the fall of 2011 as an intern and serves as the Assistant Director of Championships and Social Media. Pucak graduated from Colorado State University in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and technical communications.

MARY BARBER

Administrative Assistant Mary Barber joined the WAC Staff in August, 2013, and serves as the office manager for the conference office. Before joining the WAC, Barber served as the Executive Assistant for Vice President of Advancement and External Relations at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Prior to that she was the scholarship administrative officer at the Daniels Fund. Barber earned a degree at Colorado Northwestern Community College. A Montana native, she and her husband reside in Aurora.

ALAN SUZUKI

Supervisor, Volleyball Officials 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.


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WAC SAAC 2014-15 WAC STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Lauren Kaufman Chinwendu Ngwadom Swimming & Diving

GRAND CANYON

CHICAGO STATE

BAKERSFIELD Dennis Cassidy Swimming & Diving

David Prchal

Kolton Sheldon Track & Field/XC

Sydney Crimmins

Alexys Brownell

Volleyball

Stephanie Verdoia Soccer

Soccer

Soccer

Horlexus Willis Track & Field

KaeLynn Boyd Basketball

UTAH VALLEY

Track & Field/XC

Felipe Reyes

Sand Volleyball

TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN

SEATTLE U Baxter Arguinchona

Chloe Jenkins

NEW MEXICO STATE

Cross Country

MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY

Volleyball

Diara Reynolds Volleyball

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Heather Mathison Golf

Ross Taylor Wrestling


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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 studentathletes from its own campus SAAC to serve on the conference committee. To conduct business, the committee has at least one in-person meeting during the year and schedules monthly teleconference calls during the academic year. As part of the WAC SAAC in-person meeting, the committee conducts a community service outreach project within the local area where the meeting is hosted. Past projects have included a 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 Nicole Green in the conference office.

TEAM SPORT SUMMARIES

2014-15 CALENDAR

WOMEN’S SOCCER League: Eight teams (Bakersfield, Chicago State, Grand Canyon, UMKC, NM State, Seattle U, UTPA, Utah Valley). Schedule: Double round-robin within each division and a single round-robin against the other division for a total of 10 matches Tournament: Top six eligible teams meet in Seattle, Wash.

CROSS COUNTRY-M&W Nov. 1 McAllen, Texas Host: Texas-Pan American

MEN’S SOCCER League: Ten teams (Air Force, Bakersfield, Grand Canyon, Houston Baptist, Incarnate Word, UMKC, UNLV, San Jose State, Seattle U, Utah Valley). Schedule: Single round-robin and additional match against member of travel party for a total of 10 matches. Tournament: Top six eligible teams meet in Seattle, Wash. VOLLEYBALL Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 14 WAC matches. Tournament: Top six eligible teams meet in Bakersfield, Calif. MEN’S AND WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Schedule: Double round-robin for a total of 14 WAC games. Tournament: Seven eligible teams (Bakersfield, Chicago State, Idaho, UMKC, NM State, Seattle U, UTPA, Utah Valley) meet in Las Vegas, Nev. WOMEN’S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS League: Six teams (Chicago State, Grand Canyon, UMKC, NM State, Seattle U, UTPA). Schedule: Single round-robin played over two clusters. Tournament: Six eligible teams meet in Kansas City, Mo. SOFTBALL League: Six teams (Bakersfield, Grand Canyon, Kansas City, NM State, Seattle U, Utah Valley). Schedule: 15 WAC games played as three games at one site, alternating home and away each year. Tournament: Five eligible teams meet in Las Cruces, N.M. (double-elimination). BASEBALL League: Ten teams (Bakersfield, Chicago State, Grand Canyon, NM State, North Dakota, Northern Colorado, Sacramento State, Seattle U, UTPA, Utah Valley). Schedule: 27 WAC games played as threegame series at one site, alternating home and away each year. Tournament: Top six eligible teams meet in Mesa, Ariz. (double-elimination) 15 WACSports.com

WOMEN’S SOCCER Nov. 6-7, 9 Seattle, Wash. Host: Seattle U MEN’S SOCCER Nov. 13-14, 16 Seattle, Wash. Host: Seattle U WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL Nov. 20-22 Bakersfield, Calif. Host: Bakersfield SWIMMING AND DIVING-M&W Feb. 25-28 San Antonio, Texas Host: Palo Alto College INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD-M&W Feb. 26-28 TBD Host: TBD BASKETBALL-M&W March 11-14 Las Vegas, Nev. Host: Orleans Arena GOLF-M&W April 20-22 Litchfield Park, Ariz. Host: Wigwam Golf Club TENNIS-M&W April 24-26 Kansas City, Mo. Host: Kansas City SOFTBALL May 7-9 Las Cruces, N.M. Host: New Mexico State OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD-M&W May 13-16 Orem, Utah Host: Utah Valley BASEBALL May 20-24 Mesa, Ariz. Host: Hohokam Stadium


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VOLLEYBALL NOTES

2014 PREVIEW

2014 PRESEASON COACHES POLL

The WAC coaches selected New Mexico State as the team to beat in 2014. The Aggies received six first-place votes, while Seattle U received the other two. Coaches were not allowed to vote for their own team. Rank Team (first-place votes) 1. New Mexico State (6) 2. Seattle U (2) 3. Utah Valley 4. Missouri-Kansas City 5. Bakersfield 6. Grand Canyon 7. Texas-Pan American 8. Chicago State

Points 48 43 35 27 26 22 16 7

2014 PRESEASON ALL-WAC TEAM

Player Lauren Bakker Sydney Crimmins Shannon Dugan Haley Durham Emma Hagedorn Iris Ivanis Taylor Livoti Gwen Murphy Bradley Nash Kalani Norris Molly O’Hagan Mackenzie Phelps Martina Samadan McKenna Tait

Yr. Pos. Jr. MB Jr. OH Sr. OH Jr. MB Jr. MB So. OH Jr. S Jr. MH Jr. OH Sr. OH Sr. MB Sr. L Jr. M Sr. L

School Utah Valley UMKC Grand Canyon UTPA UMKC Seattle U New Mexico State New Mexico State New Mexico State Utah Valley Bakersfield Grand Canyon Seattle U Utah Valley

Preseason Player of the Year: Lauren Bakker, Utah Valley

2014 PERSONNEL CAPSULE

VOLLEYBALL FORMAT The format for conference play is a double-round robin. Each team faces the other seven teams both at home and on the road. The 2014 WAC Volleyball Tournament will be held Nov. 20-22 at the Icardo Center in Bakersfield, Calif., and will include the top six eligible teams in the regular-season standings. 2014 WAC TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Thursday, Nov. 20 (First Round) Match 1 - No. 6 seed vs. No. 3 seed Match 2 - No. 5 seed vs. No. 4 seed

5 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 21 (Semifinals) Match 3 - Winner Match 1 vs. No. 2 seed Match 4 - Winner Match 2 vs. No. 1 seed

5 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 22 (Championship) Match 5 - Winner Match 3 vs. Winner Match 4

5 p.m.

TOP STAT LEADERS The following are the returning statistical leaders from the 2013 season. In hitting efficiency, five of the top 10 hitters are back, led by Seattle U’s Martina Samadan (.416), who led the league a year ago. Bakersfield’s Molly O’Hagan (.327), who ranked fourth last year, also returns. The remaining leaders are New Mexico State’s Gwen Murphy (.283, sixth), Texas-Pan American’s Maria Kliefoth (.275, eighth) and Utah Valley’s Lauren Bakker (.272, ninth). Seven of the top 10 kill leaders return, led by Samadan, who was third with 3.24 kills per set. Teammate Iris Ivanis and Bakersfield’s Kelsee Sawyer were fifth, averaging 2.95 kills. O’Hagan ranked seventh last year with 2.92, followed by Utah Valley’s Kalani Norris in eighth with a 2.78 average. Grand Canyon’s Shannon Dugan was ninth, averaging 2.66, while Missouri-Kansas City’s Sydney Crimmins rounds out the returning leaders in 10th place with 2.62. Three of the top assist leaders from last season return for the 2014 campaign. Seattle U’s Kerry Lane is the top setter to return, finishing last season ranked fourth in the WAC with 9.36 assists per set. The remaining leaders are UMKC’s Kaylyn Brandt (5.58, ninxth) and New Mexico State’s Taylor Livoti (5.21, 10th).

Seven of the eight schools return at least four of their starters from last year for the 2014 campaign. UMKC and UTPA return six of seven starters, while Utah Valley returns five. UMKC and UTPA return 11 letterwinners apiece, while Utah Valley returns 10. The following is a breakdown of each team’s letterwinners returning and lost and starters returning and lost.

Seven of the top 10 servers return, including the top two, led by Utah Valley’s McKenna Tait in first place with 0.45 per set. Samadan was second with 0.35, while Chicago State’s Julia Menhart was fourth (0.30). UTPA’s Krysta Freitas was fifth (0.29), followed by Chicago State’s Mia Townsell (0.27, seventh). Rounding out the group are Sawyer (0.26, eighth) and Ivanis (0.26, ninth).

Team Bakersfield Chicago State Grand Canyon Missouri-Kansas City New Mexico State Seattle U Texas-Pan American Utah Valley

Five of the top blockers return, led by Bakker, who was second with 1.31 blocks per set and UMKC’s Emma Hagedorn, who was third (1.31). The remaining block returners are Murphy (1.02, sixth), UMKC’s Melissa Hartsel (1.01, seventh) and Samadan (1.00, eighth). Seven of the 10 dig leaders return for the 2014 season, led by Grand Canyon’s Mackenzie Phelps in first place with 5.65 digs per set. Bakersfield’s Mariah Alvidrez was second (4.99), followed by UMKC’s Taryn Miller (4.88, tgurd) and Tait (4.23, fourth). Rounding out the group are UTPA’s Nausheen Merchant (3.23, eighth), Menhart (3.16, ninth) and UTPA’s Shanice Faison (2.96, 10th).

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

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VOLLEYBALL NOTES RETURNING ALL-CONFERENCE PLAYERS Of the seven first team All-WAC players in 2013, three return for the 2014 season, led by Preseason Player of the Year Lauren Bakker of Utah Valley. Also returning from the first team are Gwen Murphy of New Mexico State and McKenna Tait of Utah Valley. Five of the seven second team honorees return, includingSydney Crimmins and Taryn Miller of UMKC, Iris Ivanis and Martina Samadan of Seattle U, and Bakersfield’s Molly O’Hagan. Of the six All-Freshman Team honorees a year ago, five return – Ivanis and Kerry Lane of Seattle U, Kaylyn Brandt of UMKC, Alisha Watson of UTPA and Nakisha Willden of Utah Valley. 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 2014 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championships. Regionals (4): Dec. 12-13, 2014 Host: Iowa State University Hilton Coliseum Ames, Iowa Host: University of Louisville KFC Yum! Center Louisville, Ky. Host: University of Minnesota Sports Pavilion Minneapolis, Minn.

2013 AVCA TOP 25 POLL (Final) Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

School Penn State (60) Wisconsin Texas Washington Stanford USC Nebraska Purdue San Diego Minnesota Florida State Missouri Brigham Young Michigan State Florida Illinois Kansas Hawai’i American Kentucky Colorado State Duke Marquette Oregon North Carolina

Points Record Previous 1500 34-2 2 1423 28-10 13 1366 27-3 1 1318 30-3 5 1288 27-6 3 1202 29-6 7 1131 26-7 9 1042 23-12 19 994 26-4 8 966 28-7 10 826 26-8 16 791 35-1 4 733 24-7 21 705 23-12 20 664 28-4 6 637 18-15 18 514 26-8 23 474 25-5 11 394 32-3 NR 349 22-9 17 289 28-2 12 244 28-5 14 188 26-6 22 160 20-12 25 103 27-5 15

2013 RichKern.com TOP 30 POLL (Final)

Host: University of Washington Alaska Airlines Arena Seattle, Wash. Semifinals and Championship: Dec. 18 and 20, 2014 Co-Hosts: Big 12 Conference and Oklahoma City All Sports Association Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City, Okla.

Rank School 1. Penn State 2. Texas 3. Stanford 4. Wisconsin 5. Washington 6. USC 7. Nebraska 8. Minnesota 9. San Diego 10. Missouri 11. Purdue 12. Florida 13. Michigan State 14. Brigham Young 15. Illinois 16. Florida State 17. Hawai‘i 18. Kentucky 19. Kansas 20. Oregon 21. Duke 22. Colorado State 23. California 24. North Carolina 25. Michigan 26. Marquette 27. American 28. Cal State Northridge 29. Arizona 30. Colorado

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Points 660 609 602 597 595 559 526 488 463 447 441 395 373 367 346 343 334 260 233 219 213 162 138 126 110 105 92 75 63 58


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VOLLEYBALL NOTES LOOKING BACK AT 2013

GRAND CANYON’S PHELPS BECOMES ALL-TIME DIGS LEADER With 28 digs at Utah Valley on Nov. 7, Grand Canyon junior libero Mackenzie Phelps became the all-time program leader in digs, NEW MEXICO STATE FALLS TO ARIZONA IN NCAA TOURNAMENT New Mexico State fell in straight sets (14-25, 23-25, 19-25) to Arizona surpassing the previous record of 1,730 set by Laurann Durbin (2008-11). in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to end the season at 22-11. Phelps now has 1,817 career digs. The Aggies hit .102 on the match, compared to the .230 of the Wildcats. Arizona edged New Mexico State in kills (41-37) and assists (37-32), UTAH VALLEY’S HALL BECOMES ALL-TIME ASSISTS LEADER out-blocked the Aggies 13-5 and had 65 digs to the Aggies’ 55. Gwen Utah Valley senior setter Brookelyn Hall became the program’s all-time Murphy led New Mexico State with nine kills on .333 hitting, while assist leader in the first set against Kansas City on Nov. 2, surpassing Jordan Reifsteck had a team-high 20 digs. Stephanie Ziegler had 16 assistant coach Lacee Jones for the top spot. Hall closed out her career digs, while Taylor Livoti finished with 17 assists and seven digs, and with 4,291 assists in her four years as a Wolverine. Ciara Brown dished out 14 assists. GCU’S PHELPS BREAKS WAC RECORD FOR DIGS IN A MATCH NEW MEXICO STATE’S SCOTT NAMED ALL-REGION In a five-set loss to Central Connecticut State on Sept. 13, Grand Canyon New Mexico State’s Desiree Scott was named to the American Volleyball junior libero Mackenzie Phelps set a Grand Canyon and WAC singleCoaches Association (AVCA) All-Midwest Region team. Scott was an match record with 52 digs. Phelps broke the previous WAC record of 47 honorable mention selection. The WAC Player of the Year and WAC set by Jessie Shull of San Jose State during the 2006 season. Tournament MVP, Scott averaged 2.59 kills on .369 hitting to go along with 1.32 blocks per set. She led the league in blocking and ranked third in hitting percentage. 2013 ALL-WAC TEAMS NEW MEXICO STATE WINS SECOND STRAIGHT WAC TOURNAMENT The Aggies defeated Idaho in five sets in the semifinals and swept Bakersfield in the championship match to capture their second consecutive WAC Tournament title at Grand Canyon Arena last week. Desiree Scott was named WAC Tournament MVP after averaging 3.00 kills on .477 hitting and 1.88 blocks per set over the two matches.

First Team Debora Araujo, Bakersfield Fernanda Gonçalves, Bakersfield Gwen Murphy, New Mexico State Alyssa Schultz, Idaho Desiree Scott, New Mexico State Lauren Stringham, Utah Valley McKenna Tait, Utah Valley

All-Tournament Team Debora Araujo, Bakersfield Ciara Brown, New Mexico State Fernanda Gonçalves, Bakersfield Bradley Nash, New Mexico State Martina Samadan, Seattle U Alyssa Schultz, Idaho Stephanie Ziegler, New Mexico State MVP: Desiree Scott, New Mexico State

Second Team Sydney Crimmins, Kansas City Brookelyn Hall, Utah Valley Iris Ivanis, Seattle U Taryn Miller, Kansas City Molly O’Hagan, Bakersfield Martina Samadan, Seattle U Taylor Wilkinson, Idaho

NEW MEXICO STATE WINS SECOND WAC REGULAR-SEASON TITLE New Mexico State captured the WAC regular-season title with a 14-2 record. It was the Aggies’ second WAC regular-season title since joining the conference in 2005, but first outright title, as it shared the 2008 title with Hawai‘i. WOLVERINES’ TAIT BREAKS SCHOOL CAREER ACES RECORD Utah Valley junior libero McKenna Tait, who led the WAC in both service aces (55) and service aces per set (0.45), broke the program Division I record for career service aces in the Wolverines’ loss to Bakersfield on Nov. 16. Tait now has 143 aces on her career. KANSAS CITY’S HAGEDORN SETS BLOCK ASSISTS RECORD Kansas City sophomore middle blocker Emma Hagedorn set the program single-season record for block assists with 128, surpassing Julie Mohrfeld, who had 116 in 1999. Hagedorn also ranked second in total blocks in a season with 144, just 10 behind Staci Schumacher who had 154 in 1992.

All-Freshmen Team Kaylyn Brandt, Kansas City Ali Forde, Idaho Iris Ivanis, Seattle U Kerry Lane, Seattle U Alisha Watson, UTPA Nakisha Willden, Utah Valley Player of the Year: Desiree Scott, New Mexico State Freshman of the Year: Iris Ivanis, Seattle U Coach of the Year: Mike Jordan, New Mexico State

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2014 WAC TOURNAMENT BRACKET

2014 WAC Volleyball Tournament Nov. 20-22 * Icardo Center * Bakersfield, Calif.

No. 2 Seed

No. 3 Seed

Match 3 Semifinal #1 Friday, Nov. 21 5 p.m.

Match 1 First Round #1 Thursday, Nov. 20 5 p.m.

Match 5 Championship Saturday, Nov. 22 5 p.m.

No. 6 Seed No. 1 Seed

No. 4 Seed

Match 4 Semifinal #2 Friday, Nov. 21 7:30 p.m.

Match 2 First Round #2 Thursday, Nov. 20 7:30 p.m. No. 5 Seed

All Times Local/Subject to Change 19 WACSports.com

WAC Champion

(NCAA Automatic Qualifier)


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BAKERSFIELD ROADRUNNERS

ROADRUNNER BITS

QUICK FACTS

n Senior Molly O’Hagan was named second team All-WAC last year after ranking second on team

Location:......................................... Bakersfield, Calif. Joined WAC:............................................ July 1, 2013 Enrollment:..........................................................8,500 Founded:................................................................1970 Nickname:..............................................Roadrunners Colors:................................................... Blue and Gold Chancellor:................................Dr. Horace Mitchell Interim Athletics Director:.....Kenneth Siegfried Athletic Department:...................(661) 654-2188 Ticket Office:.....................................(661) 654-2583 Website:................................ www.GoRunners.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach ........................................Giovana Melo Volleyball Office ............................ (661) 654-2267 Arena .......................................Icardo Center (3,800) All-Time Arena Record ................... 231-71 (.765) 2013 Record ...........................................21-12 (.636) 2013 WAC Record ........................ 12-4 (.750), 2nd Starters Returning/Lost ....................................4/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................7/6 All-Time Record ...............................635-442 (.590) All-Time WAC Record ...........................12-4 (.750) WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................0 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................0 NCAA Appearances ................................................0 NCAA Record ..........................................................0-0 2013 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 33-122 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 14.03 Blocks Per Set .......................................................1.72 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 16.09

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in hitting percentage (.327) and kills (356). A member of the ‘Runners’ sand volleyball team, she played in the No. 1 slot with Debora Araujo and reached the quarterfinals of the Pac-12 Invitational. n Redshirt senior Mariah Alvidrez posted 609 digs in 2013, the fourth most in a season in school

history. Alvidrez, along with partner Shayna Guitare, led the Bakersfield sand volleyball team in victories (13) playing in the No. 2 slot. Alvidrez and Guitare reached the semifinals of the Pac-12 Invitational. n Junior Kelsee Sawyer led Bakersfield in service aces (31) and was third in kills (348) last season.

Sawyer had a career-high 25 kills on a career-high 80 attempts against UMKC Oct. 5, 2013. The 80 attempts were a school Division I record for a five-set match. n Although Sophie Flemion sat out the indoor season as a redshirt within the Bakersfield program,

Flemion played during the sand season and finished in the semifinals of the Pac-12 Invitational with fellow indoor redshirt Sydney Haynes. n Bakersfield takes on No. 7 Nebraska as part of the Flyer-Raider Invitational Sept. 20. n The Bakersfield volleyball team becomes the first ‘Runner program to host a WAC Tournament

in 2014 when the league championship comes to the Icardo Center Nov. 20-22. n Off the court, the Bakersfield volleyball team was one of two Roadrunner programs to attain a

perfect APR score of 1000 in the NCAA report released May 14, 2014.

2014 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29 !vs. Mississippi State Aug. 30 !vs. Louisiana-Monroe Aug. 30 !at Sam Houston State Sept. 5 @vs. IPFW Sept. 5 @vs. Bowling Green Sept. 6 @vs. Nebraska Sept. 6 @at Dayton Sept. 12 #at Cal Poly Sept. 13 #vs. Sacramento State Sept. 13 #vs. San Jose State Sept. 19 $Long Beach State Sept. 20 $Oregon State Sept. 20 $Fresno State *at Texas-Pan American Sept. 25 Sept. 27 *at New Mexico State Oct. 2 *Chicago State *Missouri-Kansas City Oct. 4 Oct. 11 *Grand Canyon

Time 1:30 p.m. 9 a.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 10 a.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 16 *at Seattle U Oct. 18 *at Utah Valley *New Mexico State Oct. 23 Oct. 25 *Texas-Pan American Oct. 30 *at Missouri-Kansas City Nov. 1 *at Chicago State Nov. 8 *at Grand Canyon *Utah Valley Nov. 13 Nov. 15 *Seattle U Nov. 20-22 WAC Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.)

! – Sam Houston Invitational (Huntsville, Texas) @ – Flyer-Raider Invitational (Dayton, Ohio) # – Cal Poly Tournament (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) $ – Roadrunner Classic (Bakersfield, Calif.) * - WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

ROADRUNNER ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Horace Mitchell President

Dr. Roy LaFever Faculty Representative

Kenneth Siegfried Interim Athletics Director 20 2014 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Time 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

Cindy Goodmon Senior Associate AD/SWA

Matt Turk Volleyball SID


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BAKERSFIELD COACHING STAFF

GIOVANA MELO Alma Mater: Arizona State, ‘05 Overall Record: 0-0 (.000), first season School Record: Same

HEAD COACH FILE n Giovana

Melo was named Director of Volleyball at Bakersfield on March 4, 2014.

n She was wildly successful as a head coach in six years at Western Ne-

braska Community College, where her teams reached five National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I final fours and won the 2010 NJCAA national championship. n Melo’s WNCC teams won six Region IX championships while posting

a remarkable record of 262-20 (.929). n She

was named Region IX Coach of the Year five times, District J Coach of the Year six times, American Volleyball Coaches Association Two-Year College West Region Coach of the Year four times along with receiving the AVCA ’30 under 30’ Award three times. She was also named Omaha World Herald Midland Coach of the Year in 2011.

n An

outstanding recruiter with international ties, four current or former Roadrunners – Danika Youngblood and Luzia Martins, along with 2013 first team All-WAC honorees Fernanda Gonçalves and Debora Araujo – played for Melo at Western Nebraska. Araujo and Gonçalves were members of the 2010 National Championship team.

n Melo played collegiately as a setter at Arizona State where she was

a two-year starter for the Sun Devils and a team captain as a senior. Melo began her collegiate playing career at Western Nebraska before transferring to ASU. Melo began her coaching career at Arizona State, serving as an assistant coach for three years.

ASSISTANT COACHES

n Melo is the head coach of Roadrunner volleyball in the fall and over-

sees the sand volleyball program operations in the spring season. n Two

members of Melo’s coaching staff also have ties to Western Nebraska Community College. Cesar Benatti coached there with Melo from 2009-11, while volunteer assistant Mackenzie Westphal played for Melo at Western Nebraska.

n Assistant Coach Olivia Simko also serves as the head sand volleyball

coach at Bakersfield.

Cesar Benatti Assistant Head Coach FMU (2004) 1st Year Olivia Simko Assistant Coach UC Santa Barbara (2007) 1st Year Mackenzie Westphal Volunteer Assistant Northern Colorado (2014) 1st Year

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BAKERSFIELD TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

MOLLY O’HAGAN

MARIAH ALVIDREZ

KELSEE SAWYER

L, 5-6, RS-Sr.

OPP, 5-11, Sr.

OH, 5-10, Jr.

Posted 609 digs last year as a junior, the fourth-most in a season in WAC and Bakersfield history ... named to the all-tournament teams at the Wildcat Classic and the James Madison Classic ... had a career-high 34 digs against UMKC on Oct. 5, the second most in a five-set match on the Division I level for Bakersfield ... ranked third on the team in aces (23) and assists (112) ... as a sophomore, led team in digs (380), ranked second in assists (64) and tied for second in service aces (24) ... selected to the Elite Eight for the USA Volleyball U23 Beach National Team ... transferred to Bakersfield from Fresno Pacific, where she played soccer until suffering a knee injury.

Named second team All-WAC last year after leading the team with 94 blocks ... named WAC Player of the Week on Sept. 8 after earning MVP honors of the James Madison Classic ... set the school Division I block assists record in a five-set match with nine against UMKC on Oct. 5 ... ranked second on the team in hitting (.327) and kills (356) ... tied her career high with 19 kills at UC Davis on Sept. 22 ... as a sophomore, ranked second on the team in blocks (97) and third in kills (210) ... was hampered by a hamstring injury as a freshman, playing in 15 matches and posting 60 kills ... set a CSUB Division I record with three solo blocks against St. Francis.

Last year as a sophomore, led the team in service aces (31), ranked third in kills (348) and fifth in digs (168) ... tallied four double-doubles on the season ... posted career highs of 25 kills and 80 attempts against UMKC on Oct. 5 ... the 80 attempts was a school Division I record for a five-set match ... finished with a careerhigh 14 digs and posted the first double-double of her career with 22 kills at UC Davis on Sept. 22 ... as a freshman in 2012, ranked second on the team in kills (313) and added 51 digs, 36 total blocks and 11 aces.

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP K 2012 116 3 2013 122 1 Totals 238 4

No. 1 2 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 18

DIG AST TB 380 64 0 609 113 0 989 177 0

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP K DIG AST TB 2011 51 60 38 6 33 2012 116 210 34 6 97 2013 122 356 53 6 94 Totals 289 626 125 18 224

2014 BAKERSFIELD NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name Danika Youngblood Mariah Alvidrez Kelsee Sawyer Megan Johnson Star Tucker-Campbell Eryn Riley Sara Little Sydney Haynes Luiza Martins Molly O’Hagan Sophie Flemion

Pos. OH L OH OH MB L OPP MB S OPP S

Ht. 5-7 5-6 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-4 5-10 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-7

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

Hometown (Previous School) Salt Lake City, Utah (Western Nebraska CC) Bakersfield, Calif. (Liberty) Temecula, Calif. (Great Oak) Sandy, Utah (Western Nebraska CC) Moorpark, Calif. (Moorpark) Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Los Osos) Bakersfield, Calif. (Bakersfield) Vancouver, Wash. (Evergreen) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Western Nebraska CC) Tonganoxie, Kan. (Tonganoxie) San Simeon, Calif. (Coast Union)

Top Returnees Mariah Alvidrez Molly O’Hagan Kelsee Sawyer

BAKERSFIELD PROFILE Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA L 5-6 RS-Sr. 1 609 112 0 23 OPP 5-11 Sr. 356 53 6 94 11 OH 5-10 Jr. 348 168 13 30 31

Top Newcomers Sydney Haynes Luiza Martins

Pos. MB S

Ht. 6-1 5-9

Yr. RS-Fr. Jr.

Hometown (Previous School) Vancouver, Wash. (Evergreen) Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Western Nebraska CC)

Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA Key Losses Debora Araujo OH 5-7 Sr. 476 327 35 51 30 5-7 Sr. 52 294 1256 42 15 Fernanda Gonçalves S

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CAREER STATISTICS SP K DIG AST TB Year 2012 116 313 51 10 36 2013 118 348 168 13 30 Totals 234 661 219 23 66

MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS INFORMATION

Director Matt Turk Address 9001 Stockdale Hwy., GYM 08 Bakersfield, CA 93311-1022 Turk’s Office Number (661) 654-3071 Turk’s Cell Number (515) 240-0483 E-Mail sid@csub.edu Press Row (661) 654-2126

MEDIA OUTLETS

Bakersfield Californian: Jeff Evans (661) 395-7389 jevans@bakersfield.com KGET (17/NBC): (661) 283-1717

Mark Haas, Sports Director markhaas@kget.com

KERO (23/ABC): (661) 637-2320

Casey Keirnan casey.keirnan@kero.com

KBAK/KBFX: (661) 325-6397

Greg Kerr gkerr@bakersfieldnow.com

KERN Radio: Office: (661) 328-1410

J.R. Flores FAX: (661) 328-0873

KNZR Radio:............................................. Kathy King (661) 393-1900 KUZZ Radio:......................................Suzanne Grant (661) 328-7505 ...... kuzznews@buckowens.com BAKERSFIELD CAMPUS


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BAKERSFIELD 2013 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 21-12 Home: 8-2

Away: 6-8

Neutral: 7-2

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| SP MP 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 Araujo, Debora 122 33 476 3.90 215 1107 .236 35 0.29 30 36 0.25 33 327 2.68 4 47 51 0.42 8 4 118 32 348 2.95 165 998 .183 13 0.11 31 24 0.26 12 168 1.42 2 28 30 0.25 6 2 Sawyer, Kelsee O’Hagan, Molly 122 33 356 2.92 103 773 .327 6 0.05 11 13 0.09 1 53 0.43 9 85 94 0.77 18 0 Guitare, Shayna 64 19 144 2.25 63 455 .178 1 0.02 1 3 0.02 2 50 0.78 1 27 28 0.44 5 2 61 24 74 1.21 40 237 .143 3 0.05 3 3 0.05 0 38 0.62 1 12 13 0.21 3 0 Little, Sara Tucker-Campbell,Star 78 26 86 1.10 42 203 .217 5 0.06 19 21 0.24 0 23 0.29 3 39 42 0.54 13 0 105 32 93 0.89 34 237 .249 6 0.06 0 1 0.00 1 17 0.16 6 60 66 0.63 8 1 Bowen, Julia Fu, Yuan 18 7 13 0.72 9 39 .103 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 7 8 0.44 2 0 Youngblood, Danika 113 33 68 0.60 62 285 .021 9 0.08 17 22 0.15 23 193 1.71 3 10 13 0.12 3 3 122 33 52 0.43 6 113 .407 1256 10.30 15 44 0.12 0 294 2.41 3 39 42 0.34 9 42 Goncalves, Fernanda Riley, Eryn 97 28 1 0.01 1 4 .000 10 0.10 2 7 0.02 7 121 1.25 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 1.000 112 0.92 23 24 0.19 35 609 4.99 0 0 0 0.00 0 5 Alvidrez, Mariah 122 33 1 0.01 0 1 Bartsch, Lisa 60 23 0 0.00 2 2 -1.000 170 2.83 14 10 0.23 0 70 1.17 0 0 0 0.00 1 4 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Bakersfield Opponents

122 33 1712 14.03 742 4455 .218 1626 13.33 166 209 1.36 126 1963 16.09 33 354 210.0 1.72 76 64 122 33 1389 11.39 570 4228 .194 1264 10.36 126 177 1.03 166 1677 13.75 54 516 312.0 2.56 71 44

WAC Matches: Record: 12-4

Home: 7-1

Away: 5-3

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Araujo, Debora 60 16 239 3.98 91 540 .274 14 0.23 18 22 0.30 17 158 2.63 2 22 24 0.40 4 2 Sawyer, Kelsee 56 15 174 3.11 82 493 .187 6 0.11 13 16 0.23 3 80 1.43 2 17 19 0.34 2 1 O’Hagan, Molly 60 16 171 2.85 42 381 .339 2 0.03 8 7 0.13 0 29 0.48 2 43 45 0.75 11 0 Guitare, Shayna 48 13 120 2.50 46 368 .201 0 0.00 1 3 0.02 2 41 0.85 1 22 23 0.48 4 0 Little, Sara 24 9 35 1.46 18 105 .162 1 0.04 3 0 0.12 0 16 0.67 0 5 5 0.21 0 0 Bowen, Julia 51 15 52 1.02 23 132 .220 2 0.04 0 1 0.00 0 8 0.16 2 30 32 0.63 4 1 Tucker-Campbell,Star 33 11 28 0.85 19 79 .114 0 0.00 9 7 0.27 0 8 0.24 1 15 16 0.48 7 0 Goncalves, Fernanda 60 16 25 0.42 3 62 .355 695 11.58 10 21 0.17 0 152 2.53 2 20 22 0.37 4 27 Youngblood, Danika 57 16 4 0.07 10 40 -.150 3 0.05 12 14 0.21 10 106 1.86 1 1 2 0.04 1 0 Riley, Eryn 51 15 1 0.02 1 4 .000 8 0.16 1 3 0.02 5 75 1.47 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Alvidrez, Mariah 60 16 0 0.00 0 0 .000 47 0.78 14 16 0.23 16 292 4.87 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Lisa Bartsch, 24 11 0 0.00 0 0 .000 24 1.00 3 7 0.12 0 18 0.75 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Bakersfield Opponents

60 16 849 14.15 335 2205 .233 802 13.37 92 117 1.53 62 983 16.38 13 175 100.5 1.67 37 35 60 16 677 11.28 269 2071 .197 618 10.30 62 85 1.03 92 860 14.33 26 257 154.5 2.58 36 34

2013 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Aug. 30 !Charlotte W, 3-1 Aug. 30 !Charleston Southern W, 3-0 Aug. 31 !at Davidson L, 2-3 Sept. 4 at Radford L, 2-3 Sept. 6 @vs. Presbyterian W, 3-0 Sept. 7 @at James Madison W, 3-1 Sept. 7 @vs. Wyoming W, 3-1 Sept. 13 #vs. No. 20 Oregon L, 0-3 Sept. 14 #at Fresno State L, 0-3 Sept. 14 #vs. Belmont W, 3-0 Sept. 20 $at Long Beach State L, 0-3 Sept. 20 $vs. Prairie View A&M W, 3-0 Sept. 22 at UC Davis L, 1-3 Sept. 26 *at Seattle U W, 3-1 Sept. 28 *at Idaho L, 1-3 Sept. 30 *at New Mexico State L, 0-3 Oct. 3 *Chicago State W, 3-1 Oct. 5 *Missouri-Kansas City L, 2-3 Oct. 10 *Utah Valley W, 3-0 Oct. 13 San Jose State W, 3-1

Date Opponent Result Oct. 17 *New Mexico State W, 3-2 Oct. 19 *Texas-Pan American W, 3-0 Oct. 24 *Seattle U W, 3-0 Oct. 26 *Idaho W, 3-1 Oct. 31 *at Missouri-Kansas City L, 2-3 Nov. 2 *at Chicago State W, 3-0 Nov. 9 *Grand Canyon W, 3-0 Nov. 14 Loyola Marymount L, 1-3 Nov. 16 *at Utah Valley W, 3-2 Nov. 18 *at Grand Canyon W, 3-0 Nov. 20 *at Texas-Pan American W, 3-0 Nov. 26 +vs. No. 6 Seattle U W, 3-1 Nov. 27 +vs. No. 1 NM State L, 0-3 ! – Wildcat Classic (Davidson, N.C.) @ – JMU Classic (Harrisonburg, Va.) # – Fresno State Classic (Fresno, Calif.) $ – Baden Classic (Long Beach, Calif.) * – WAC Match + – WAC Tournament (Phoenix, Ariz.)

ALL-TIME RESULTS

Conf. Overall Year W L W L T 1976 5 12 1 4 0 1977 Records Unavailable 1978 Records Unavailable 1979 4 3 12 12 0 1980 – – 2 14 0 1981 3 9 5 11 0 1982 5 7 8 10 0 1983 5 7 17 14 0 1984 6 6 17 13 0 1985 3 9 9 22 0 1986 1 11 6 27 0 1987 5 7 19 16 0 1988 8 4 25 13 0 1989 8 4 21 15 0 1990 7 3 31 12 0 1991 11 1 26 10 0 1992 11 1 25 9 0 1993 10 0 32 3 0 1994 12 0 41 3 0

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Conf. Year W L 1995 11 1 1996 10 1 1997 10 2 1998 19 3 1999 19 3 2000 16 6 2001 16 6 2002 13 9 2003 18 4 2004 12 6 2005 13 5 2006 – – 2007 – – 2008 – – 2009 – – 2010 – – 2011 – – 2012 – – 2013 12 4

Overall W L T 31 6 0 28 4 0 28 4 0 22 7 0 22 5 0 24 7 0 19 9 0 16 12 0 20 8 0 17 9 0 20 9 0 4 16 0 8 20 0 18 15 0 14 17 0 0 31 0 8 18 0 14 17 0 21 12 0


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CHICAGO STATE COUGARS

QUICK FACTS

Location:................................................... Chicago, Ill. Joined WAC:............................................July 1, 2013 Enrollment:......................................................... 6,107 Founded:............................................................... 1867 Nickname:.......................................................Cougars Colors:..............................................Green and White President:.................................... Dr. Wayne Watson Athletics Director:........... Dr. Denisha Hendricks Athletic Department:.................. (773) 995-2295 Ticket Office:.................................... (773) 995-2295 Website:....................... www.GoCSUCougars.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Interim Head Coach ........................Dawn Barnes Volleyball Office ............................ (773) 995-4486 Arena .................... Jacoby Dickens Center (2,500) 2013 Record .............................................2-29 (.065) 2013 WAC Record ......................... 0-16 (.000), 9th Starters Returning/Lost ....................................2/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................3/6 All-Time Record ...........................258-869-2 (.229) All-Time WAC Record........................................ 0-16 WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................0 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................0 NCAA Appearances ................................................0 NCAA Record ........................................................ N/A 2013 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 31-107 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 10.95 Blocks Per Set .......................................................1.19 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 12.36

JACOBY DICKENS CENTER

COUGAR BITS n The Cougars will play a school-record 20 home matches this year thanks to hosting three tour-

naments at the Jacoby Dickens Center.

n Mia Townsell enters her senior year with 70 career service aces, tied for third all-time. She needs

38 in 2014 to equal Stacy Cole’s 108. She also had 830 career digs, second all-time in Chicago State history. Only her sister Mysta Townsell (1,314) has recorded more digs in a CSU uniform.

n Julia Menhart led the Cougars with 293 digs in 2013, the eighth most in a single season during

the rally scoring era (2001-present).

n Chinwendu

Ngwadom’s 51 block assists in 2013 are tied for seventh most in a single season during the rally scoring era (2001-present).

n The

Cougars will play Grand Canyon at home on Friday, Sept. 19, in a match which will not count towards the WAC standings, as GCU is coming to Chicago for the Chicago State Tournament. South Dakota State, San Jose State and UMass-Lowell join Grand Canyon in the two-day, 10-match event.

n The Cougars took home the 2013-14 AVCA Team Academic Award for their work in the classroom. n While

the Cougars dropped all 16 WAC matches last season, they did win sets from six of the eight WAC teams in 2013.

2014 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29 !vs. North Carolina A&T Aug. 29 !vs. Akron Aug. 30 !at Indiana State Aug. 30 !vs. Wright State Sept. 5 @UIC Sept. 6 @DePaul Sept. 6 @Syracuse Sept. 12 #IU Northwest Sept. 12 #Purdue North Central Sept. 13 #Mount Mercy Sept. 13 # Trinity International Sept. 19 $Grand Canyon Sept. 19 $San Jose State Sept. 20 $UMass-Lowell Sept. 20 $South Dakota State Sept. 27 *at Missouri-Kansas City Oct. 2 *at Bakersfield Oct. 4 *at Grand Canyon *Seattle U Oct. 9 *Utah Valley Oct. 11

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

Date Opponent Oct. 16 *at Texas-Pan American Oct. 18 *at New Mexico State Oct. 21 Valparaiso Oct. 24 *Missouri-Kansas City Oct 28 Green Bay Oct. 30 *Grand Canyon Nov. 1 *Bakersfield Nov. 6 *at Utah Valley Nov. 8 *at Seattle U Nov. 13 *New Mexico State Nov. 15 *Texas-Pan American Nov. 20-22 WAC Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.)

! – Indiana State Tournament (Terre Haute, Ind.) @ – Windy City Invitational (Chicago, Ill.) # – Cougar Invite (Chicago) $ – Chicago State Tournament (Chicago) * - WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

COUGAR ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Wayne Watson President

Dr. Bernard Rowan Faculty Representative

Dr. Denisha Hendricks Athletics Director

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Time 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

Karen Schiferl Associate AD/SWA


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CHICAGO STATE COACHING STAFF

DAWN BARNES Alma Mater: Teikyo Marycrest, ‘93 Overall Record: 14-44 (.241), two years School Record: 0-0 (.000), first year WAC Record: 0-0 (.000), first year

INTERIM HEAD COACH FILE n Dawn Barnes was elevated to interim head coach in May 2014 after

spending the previous two seasons as an assistant coach at Chicago State.

n She

was a volunteer assistant at George Mason during the 2012 season.

n Before

her time with George Mason, Barnes was the head coach of Howard University for two seasons.

n While

at Howard, she coached three All-MEAC selections and five Academic All-MEAC honorees, and her team maintained an Academic Performance Rate (APR) of 979.

n Barnes also developed the Howard University Volleyball Camps. n She

was a volunteer assistant at Pittsburgh in 2009, helping the Panthers to a 20-11 overall mark, including a school-record 12 wins in BIG EAST play.

n Barnes

also has collegiate coaching experience at Vassar, Eastern Kentucky and Augustana College.

n She is very active with the USA High Performance tryouts, develop-

mental camps and clinics at various locations throughout the nation. She worked 2012 camps at Georgia Tech, Hofstra and American University.

n Barnes

has extensive experience with several volleyball clubs. She served as the Director of Recruiting at the NVVA Club in Sterling, Va. She also has experience with Metro American, Select and Pittsburgh Elite volleyball clubs.

n She

is a 1993 graduate of Teikyo Marycrest, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology while playing four years of varsity volleyball, earning all-conference and all-region honors.

n Barnes was invited to Colorado Springs, Colo., for the 1992 Summer

Olympics tryouts.

COACHING RECORDS Year School Overall Pct. 2010 Howard 8-20 .286 2011 Howard 6-24 .200 Overall Record

Conference/Finish 5-5 MEAC/3rd North 5-7 MEAC/T-4th North

14-44 (.241)/two years

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CHICAGO STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

CHINWENDU NGWADOM

JULIA MENHART

MIA TOWNSELL

L, 5-8, Sr.

MH, 6-1, So.

DS, 5-5, Sr.

Played in all 31 matches as a libero and defensive specialist last season ... ranked fourth in the WAC in aces per set (0.30) ... totaled a season-high 29 digs vs. Utah Valley on Nov. 4 ... had five service aces against Providence on Aug. 31 ... finished with three service aces and 17 digs vs. Idaho on Nov. 14 ... 2013-14 CSU Scholar Athlete ... transferred to Chicago State from San Jacinto College, where she was named first team All-Region XIV and was named Libero of the Year as a sophomore, when she averaged 4.80 digs per set ... team placed third at nationals during her sophomore year and fourth at nationals during her freshman year ... team won regional and conference championships during both of her seasons there.

Started all 31 matches last year as a freshman ... recorded five blocks and eight kills while hitting .462 vs. Grand Canyon on Sept. 28 ... had a .875 hitting percentage with seven kills vs. UMKC on Sept. 29 ... notched five kills on .545 hitting vs. Idaho on Nov. 14 ... posted a career-high six blocks twice – at Bakersfield on Oct. 3 and vs. Utah Valley on Nov. 4 ... named Academic All-WAC ... 2013-14 CSU Scholar Athlete.

Played in 26 matches last season ... recorded a seasonhigh 26 digs vs. Grand Canyon on Sept. 28 ... Academic All-WAC honoree ... played in 32 matches with 21 starts as a sophomore in 2012 ... recorded a career-high 28 digs vs. North Carolina A&T on Aug. 31 ... named to the Hawkeye Challenge All-Tournament Team ... saw action in all 31 matches with 17 starts as a freshman in 2011 ... recorded a career-best four service aces at Houston Baptist ... three-time Chicago State Scholar Athlete.

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP K DIG AST TB 2013 107 99 18 3 69 Totals 107 99 18 3 69

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP K DIG AST TB 2013 105 8 332 29 0 Totals 105 8 332 29 0

No. 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

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Name Chelsea Sheldon-Medina Sarah Metcalfe Amber Graham Elli Woinowsky Chinwendu Ngwadom Milica Zmiric Mia Townsell Rachel Poole Alex Messner Jana Kunz Essence Jackson-Jones Selena Newell Julia Menhart

Pos. MH S OH OH MH OH DS S/RS DS S MH OH L

Ht. Yr. Hometown (Previous School) 6-3 Jr. Waukesha, Wis. (Kansas City Kansas CC) 5-10 Fr. Huntington Beach, Calif. (Los Alamitos) 5-10 Jr. Las Vegas, Nev. (Arizona Western CC) 5-11 Jr. Berlin, Germany (San Jacinto College) 6-1 So. Raleigh, N.C. (Cardinal Gibbons) 6-0 Jr. Sombor, Serbia (Lake Land College) 5-5 Sr. Gardnerville, Nev. (Douglas) 5-9 Fr. Marble Hill, Mo. (Woodland R-IV) 5-10 Jr. Hoffman Estates, Ill. (Harper College) 6-2 Jr. Olton, Switzerland (Palm Beach State College) 6-2 Jr. Muskegon, Mich. (Wayne State) 6-0 Jr. Pembroke Pines, Fla. (Palm Beach State College) 5-8 Sr. Augsburg, Germany (San Jacinto College)

CHICAGO STATE PROFILE Top Returnees Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA Julia Menhart L 5-8 Sr. 8 332 29 0 31 Chinwendu Ngwadom MH 6-1 So. 99 18 3 69 0 Mia Townsell DS/L 5-5 Sr. 2 237 14 0 22 Top Newcomers Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown (Previous School) Amber Graham OH 5-10 Jr. Las Vegas, Nev. (Arizona Western CC) Alex Messner DS 5-10 Jr. Hoffman Estates, Ill. (Harper College) Elli Woinowsky OH 5-11 Jr. Berlin, Germany (San Jacinto College) Milica Zmiric OH 6-0 Jr. Sombor, Serbia (Lake Land College) Key Losses Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA Valeria Desiderio OH 5-11 RS-Jr. 264 233 16 14 18 OH 6-1 Sr. 392 152 37 51 18 Paula Sioto Mysta Townsell L/DS 5-5 Sr. 2 115 7 0 7 26 2014 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

CAREER STATISTICS SP Year 2011 110 2012 106 2013 81 Totals 297

K DIG AST TB 3 222 19 0 5 374 15 0 2 237 14 0 10 833 48 0

MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS INFORMATION

Director Address Office Number Fax Number

TBA 9501 S. King Drive Chicago, IL 60628 (773) 995-2217 (773) 995-3656

MEDIA OUTLETS Chicago Sun Times Office: (312) 321-2617

Fax: (312) 645-9213

Chicago Tribune Office: (312) 222-3478

Fax: (312) 828-9392

Beverly Review Office: (773) 238-3366

Fax: (773) 238-1492

Chicago Defender Office (312) 225-2400

Fax: (312) 633-5999

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CHICAGO STATE 2013 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 2-29

Home: 0-12

Away: 0-13

Neutral: 2-4

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Sioto, Paula 107 31 392 3.66 197 1118 .174 37 0.35 18 37 0.17 5 152 1.42 2 49 51 0.48 13 2 Desiderio, Valeria 107 31 264 2.47 168 960 .100 16 0.15 18 42 0.17 57 233 2.18 0 14 14 0.13 4 3 Levitt, Rachel 103 30 238 2.31 140 689 .142 6 0.06 0 1 0.00 5 34 0.33 0 18 18 0.17 0 1 Radtke, Madeleine 107 31 147 1.37 69 387 .202 5 0.05 15 56 0.14 3 43 0.40 8 47 55 0.51 9 1 Ngwadom, Chinwendu 107 31 99 0.93 55 280 .157 3 0.03 0 0 0.00 2 18 0.17 16 53 69 0.64 18 0 Lotter, Mackenzie 107 31 20 0.19 9 67 .164 969 9.06 18 54 0.17 3 150 1.40 1 18 19 0.18 16 16 Menhart, Julia 105 31 8 0.08 5 42 .071 29 0.28 31 32 0.30 41 332 3.16 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Townsell, Mysta 78 27 2 0.03 0 6 .333 7 0.09 7 6 0.09 18 115 1.47 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Townsell, Mia 81 26 2 0.02 3 15 -.067 14 0.17 22 32 0.27 24 237 2.93 0 0 0 0.00 0 4 McCann, Dara 5 5 0 0.00 0 0 .000 1 0.20 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 2 0 Wells, Jaliria 11 7 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.09 0 1 1 0.09 0 0 Hadzhistovanova, R. 17 14 0 0.00 0 0 .000 16 0.94 1 2 0.06 1 7 0.41 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Chicago State Opponents

107 31 1172 10.95 646 3564 .148 1103 10.31 130 262 1.21 174 1322 12.36 27 200 127.0 1.19 62 31 107 31 1390 12.99 448 3352 .281 1285 12.01 174 215 1.63 130 1448 13.53 46 421 256.5 2.40 68 21

WAC Matches: Record: 0-16

Home: 0-8

Away: 0-8

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Sioto, Paula 58 16 217 3.74 122 639 .149 13 0.22 7 21 0.12 3 94 1.62 2 29 31 0.53 4 1 Desiderio, Valeria 58 16 127 2.19 84 472 .091 6 0.10 11 27 0.19 32 129 2.22 0 9 9 0.16 0 2 Levitt, Rachel 58 16 122 2.10 76 370 .124 3 0.05 0 0 0.00 2 19 0.33 0 12 12 0.21 0 1 Radtke, Madeleine 58 16 94 1.62 40 234 .231 4 0.07 10 28 0.17 2 25 0.43 4 26 30 0.52 4 1 Ngwadom, Chinwendu 58 16 53 0.91 28 156 .160 1 0.02 0 0 0.00 0 9 0.16 11 33 44 0.76 13 0 Lotter, Mackenzie 58 16 11 0.19 6 39 .128 527 9.09 9 26 0.16 2 66 1.14 0 9 9 0.16 11 11 Menhart, Julia 58 16 3 0.05 1 15 .133 17 0.29 13 16 0.22 20 227 3.91 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Townsell, Mia 35 12 1 0.03 2 6 -.167 7 0.20 8 13 0.23 8 81 2.31 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 McCann, Dara 3 3 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 1 0 Townsell, Mysta 51 16 0 0.00 0 2 .000 3 0.06 6 3 0.12 9 72 1.41 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Hadzhistovanova, R. 13 10 0 0.00 0 0 .000 7 0.54 1 2 0.08 1 3 0.23 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Chicago State Opponents

58 16 628 10.83 359 1933 .139 588 10.14 65 136 1.12 90 725 12.50 17 118 76.0 1.31 33 20 58 16 768 13.24 246 1850 .282 701 12.09 90 124 1.55 65 780 13.45 25 253 151.5 2.61 34 11

2013 RESULTS

Date Opponent Aug. 30 !vs. McNeese State Aug. 31 !at DePaul Aug. 31 !vs. Providence Sept. 3 Indiana State Sept. 6 @vs. Denver Sept. 7 @at UIC Sept. 7 @vs. Marshall Sept. 10 at Western Illinois Sept. 13 #vs. Delaware State Sept. 13 #vs. Saint Peter’s Sept. 14 #at Syracuse Sept. 17 Western Illinois Sept. 18 Wright State Sept. 24 at Indiana State Sept. 28 *Grand Canyon Sept. 29 *Missouri-Kansas City Oct. 3 *at Bakersfield Oct. 5 *at Utah Valley

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

Date Opponent Result Oct. 10 *New Mexico State L, 0-3 Oct. 12 *Texas-Pan American L, 2-3 Oct. 17 *at Seattle U L, 1-3 Oct. 19 *at Idaho L, 0-3 Oct. 25 *at Missouri-Kansas City L, 0-3 Oct. 28 Valparaiso L, 0-3 Oct. 31 *at Grand Canyon L, 0-3 Nov. 2 *Bakersfield L, 0-3 Nov. 4 *Utah Valley L, 1-3 Nov. 7 *at Texas-Pan American L, 1-3 Nov. 9 *at New Mexico State L, 0-3 Nov. 14 *Idaho L, 1-3 Nov. 16 *Seattle U L, 1-3 ! – DePaul Invitational (Chicago, Ill.) @ – UIC Invitational (Chicago, Ill.) # – Syracuse Tournament (Syracuse, N.Y.) * – WAC Match

Conf. Year W L 1979 – – 1980 – – 1981 – – 1982 – – 1983 – – 1984 – – 1985 – – 1986 – – 1987 – – 1988 – – 1989 – – 1990 – – 1991 – – 1992 – – 1993 – – 1994 0 10 1995 0 10 1996 0 8

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Overall W L T 25 15 0 20 20 0 16 17 1 14 21 1 27 20 0 19 16 0 35 15 0 19 20 0 22 25 0 0 31 0 6 26 0 5 27 0 0 31 0 0 24 0 2 29 0 0 21 0 0 30 0 0 30 0

Conf. Year W L 1997 0 8 1998 0 12 1999 0 14 2000 1 13 2001 2 10 2002 1 11 2003 6 8 2004 7 7 2005 1 13 2006 – – 2007 – – 2008 – – 2009 0 12 2010 0 12 2011 2 8 2012 0 8 2013 0 16

Overall W L T 0 28 0 0 28 0 1 28 0 5 18 0 2 24 0 4 25 0 8 22 0 12 19 0 2 28 0 1 31 0 6 25 0 0 29 0 0 26 0 0 33 0 3 28 0 2 30 0 2 29 0


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ANTELOPE BITS

QUICK FACTS

Location:.............................................. Phoenix, Ariz. Joined WAC:........................................... July 1, 2013 Enrollment:...................................................... 11,000 Founded:...............................................................1949 Nickname:.................................................. Antelopes Colors:................................Purple, Black and White President:.............................................Brian Mueller Athletics Director:........................... B. Keith Baker Athletic Department:..................(602) 639-6053 Website:...................................www.gculopes.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach ...............................................Kris Naber Volleyball Office ............................ (602) 639-6034 Arena ....Grand Canyon University Arena (7,000) All-Time Arena Record ...........................7-4 (.636)

n Libero Mackenzie Phelps led the WAC in digs and became the school’s all-time career leader in

the category with 1,877. She set the Grand Canyon and WAC single-match record with 52 digs in a five-set match against Central Connecticut State on Sept. 13.

n Last season, Phelps and Lanie Muys were named WAC Player of the Week in back-to-back weeks. n GCU wrapped up its initial season in Division I with back-to-back wins at Antelope Gymnasium

against Abilene Christian and Incarnate Word.

n With six players selected, GCU ranked second among WAC schools on the league’s all-academic

team.

n Ten of the 16 players on the 2014 roster are newcomers. The team includes players from Texas,

Arizona, Washington, California, Illinois, Nevada, Colorado and Serbia, as well as transfers that played collegiately in Montana, Florida and South Carolina.

n Grand

Canyon welcomes four other Division I transitioning programs (Omaha, UMass-Lowell, Incarnate Word and Northern Kentucky) and D-I independent NJIT for a tournament Nov. 21-22.

2013 Record ...........................................12-19 (.387) 2013 WAC Record ......................... 4-12 (.250), 7th Starters Returning/Lost ....................................4/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................5/8

n Including at least three matches in its tournament, Grand Canyon plays its final seven matches

All-Time Record ...............................510-440 (.537) All-Time WAC Record ...........................4-12 (.250) WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................0 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................0 NCAA Appearances ............ 4 (1993, ‘95, ‘11, ‘12) NCAA Record ..............................................2-4 (.333)

The WAC season opens at Chicago State on Sept. 19, while the Lopes’ home opener is Sept. 2 against Mount Royal. For the second straight year, GCU opens its home portion of the WAC schedule against Missouri-Kansas City on Oct. 2.

2013 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 31-116 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 12.09 Blocks Per Set .......................................................1.89 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 17.84

GCU ARENA

and nine of the last 10 at home, beginning with an Oct. 23 contest with Texas-Pan American.

n GCU opens its second season in Division I in Houston, Texas, at the Texas Southern Tournament.

2014 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29 !Prairie View Aug. 29 !Texas Southern Aug. 30 !New Orleans Sept. 5 @Gonzaga Sept. 6 @Montana State Sept. 6 @Canisius Sept. 12 #Northern Arizona Sept. 12 #Albany Sept. 13 #UC Riverside Sept. 17 Southern Utah Sept. 19 *at Chicago State Sept. 19 $UMass-Lowell Sept. 20 $San Jose State Sept. 20 $South Dakota State Sept. 25 *at New Mexico State Sept. 27 *at Texas Pan-American Oct. 2 *Missouri-Kansas City Oct. 4 *Chicago State Oct. 11 *at Bakersfield Oct. 16 *at Utah Valley

Time 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 12 p.m. 4 p.m. 11 a.m. 3:30 p.m. 10 a.m. 6 p.m. 10 a.m. 3 p.m. 10 a.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 12 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 18 *at Seattle Oct. 23 *Texas Pan-American Oct. 25 *New Mexico State Nov. 1 *at Missouri-Kansas City Nov. 3 Weber State Nov. 8 *Bakersfield Nov. 13 *Seattle Nov. 15 *Utah Valley Nov. 21 %TBD Nov. 21 %TBD Nov. 22 %TBD

! – Texas Southern Invitational (Houston, Texas) @ – Gonzaga Invitational (Spokane, Wash.) # – Fiesta Bowl Tournament (Flagstaff, Ariz.) $ – Chicago State Tournament (Chicago, Ill.) * – WAC Match % – GCU Invitational (Phoenix, Ariz.) All Times Local/Subject to Change

ANTELOPE ADMINISTRATION

Brian Mueller President

Claude Pensis Faculty Representative

B. Keith Baker Athletics Director 28 2014 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Time 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. TBD TBD TBD

Morgan Ballard Interim SWA

Steve Heath Volleyball SID


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GRAND CANYON COACHING STAFF

KRIS NABER Alma Mater: Grand Canyon, ‘91 Overall Record: 304-262 (.537), 19 years School Record: Same WAC Record: 4-12 (.250), one year

HEAD COACH FILE n Entering her 20th season as head coach at Grand Canyon, Kris Naber

is the longest tenured coach in program history.

n In a 3-1 WAC victory at Texas-Pan American on Oct. 21, 2013,

picked up her 300th career win.

Naber

n In the program’s final two seasons in NCAA Division II (2011-12), Naber

led the Antelopes to back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances.

n Naber has posted six 20-plus win seasons, including three of the last

five.

n The 2012 club’s .800 winning percentage is the second best in school

history.

n Naber

was the program’s first-ever All-American. Then Kris Belcher, she was an NAIA All-American in 1989.

n Though playing only two seasons at GCU, Naber is one of the program’s

all-time leaders in assists (sixth) and digs (eighth).

n In 2003, Naber passed her former coach and predecessor Teri Smith

in all-time coaching victories.

COACHING RECORDS Year School 1995 Grand Canyon 1996 Grand Canyon 1997 Grand Canyon 1998 Grand Canyon 1999 Grand Canyon 2000 Grand Canyon 2001 Grand Canyon 2002 Grand Canyon 2003 Grand Canyon 2004 Grand Canyon 2005 Grand Canyon 2006 Grand Canyon 2007 Grand Canyon 2008 Grand Canyon 2009 Grand Canyon 2010 Grand Canyon 2011 Grand Canyon 2012 Grand Canyon 2013 Grand Canyon

Overall Pct. 21-10 .677 18-13 .581 14-19 .424 22-9 .710 25-7 .781 18-12 .600 14-15 .483 13-17 .433 11-16 .407 6-18 .250 14-18 .438 17-14 .548 7-20 .259 15-15 .500 21-8 .724 10-19 .345 22-7 .759 24-6 .800 12-19 .387

Conference/Finish 7-5/3rd CCAA 6-6/4th CCAA 5-7/5th CCAA 16-6/5th CCAA 17-5/4th CCAA 14-8/5th CCAA 9-12/8th CCAA 8-14/9th CCAA 10-12/T-7th CCAA — — 8-7/3rd PacWest 2-8/7th PacWest 6-8/5th PacWest 10-6/4th PacWest 5-11/7th PacWest 12-4/2nd PacWest 11-5/4th PacWest 4-12/7th WAC

Overall Record 304-262 (.537)/19 years Grand Canyon Record Same 4-12 (.250)/one year WAC Record 29 WACSports.com

ASSISTANT COACHES Jose Lugo Arizona State (2010) 1st Year

Megan Taylor Grand Canyon (2006) 8th Year

Shelby Taylor Graduate Assistant Grand Canyon (2013) 1st Year


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GRAND CANYON TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

HAYLEIGH FRIEMOTH

SHANNON DUGAN

MACKENZIE PHELPS

OH/RS, 5-11, Sr.

OH/RS, 5-10, Sr.

L, 5-10, Sr.

Named to the WAC All-Academic team last year as a junior ... ranked ninth in the WAC in kills per set (2.66) ... tied for the team lead with seven double-doubles ... posted a career-high 21 kills in back-to-back four-set matches against Idaho and Abilene Christian (Nov. 21-22) ... was the first GCU player in 2013 to have a 20-kill match, with 20 against Central Connecticut State on Sept. 13 ... transferred to GCU from Division II Lynn University.

Named to the WAC All-Academic team last year as a junior ... ranked 10th in the league in digs in WAC matches (2.88) ... had four double-doubles ... totaled a career-best 15 digs against Bakersfield on Nov. 18 ... tallied 14 digs to go with a season-high 19 kills at Utah Valley on Nov. 7 ... totaled 16 kills, tied for third most in WAC three-set matches, in a 3-0 triumph over Chicago State on Oct. 31 ... had a double-double with 16 kills and 13 digs in the program’s first WAC win at Chicago State on Sept. 28.

Named to the WAC All-Academic team last year ... led the WAC in overall digs per set (5.65) and WAC-only contests (5.33) ... is the GCU all-time leader in digs (1,877) ... named to Big Green Invitational All-Tournament team and WAC Player of the Week after setting the school and WAC single-match record with 52 digs vs. Central Connecticut State on Sept. 13 ... named third team All-American as a sophomore when she ranked 10th nationally in digs per set (5.95) and set the school single-season record for digs (661).

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP K DIG AST TB *2011 114 263 229 44 40 *2012 104 231 272 22 40 2013 99 263 231 18 38 Totals 317 757 732 84 118 *stats from Lynn

o. N 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 13 14 15 17 18 19 20

2014 GRAND CANYON NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name Leigh Stonerook Natalija Dordevic Mackenzie Phelps Maddy Underwood Jordyn Sanchez Shannon Dugan Randahl Powers Hannah Olsen Emily Vitel Michelle Steagall Gracie Dimond Natalie Tardy Hayleigh Friemoth Hannah Hicks Megan Byrnes Hannah Hankins

Top Returnees Shannon Dugan Hayleigh Friemoth Mackenzie Phelps

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP K DIG AST TB 2010 17 28 6 0 4 85 206 139 12 24 2011 2012 87 170 226 9 11 Totals 189 404 371 21 39

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

Pos. OH/RS OH/RS L

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

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

Ht. 6-1 5-9 6-2

Yr. Jr. So. Fr.

Hometown (Previous School) Arvada, Colo. (Montana State) Belgrade, Serbia (Odessa) Prescott, Ariz. (Prescott) Spokane, Wash. (Mead) Fountain Valley, Calif. (Golden West College) Gardnerville, Nev. (Lynn) Flagstaff, Ariz. (Flagstaff ) Hickman, Neb. (Lincoln Christian) St. Charles, Ill. (East) Phoenix, Ariz. (Winthrop) Orange County, Calif. (Crean Lutheran) Phoenix, Ariz. (Scottsdale Horizon) Hemet, Calif. (Hemet) Mill Creek, Wash. (Jackson) Chandler, Ariz. (Basha) Frisco, Texas (Wakeland)

GRAND CANYON PROFILE Ht. Yr. K D 5-11 Sr. 263 231 5-10 Sr. 170 226 5-10 Sr. 6 655

A 18 9 99

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP K DIG AST TB 2011 104 7 561 79 0 2012 111 3 661 96 0 2013 116 6 655 99 0 Totals 331 16 1877 274 0

TB SA 38 20 11 17 0 22

op Newcomers T Natalija Dordevic Leigh Stonerook Natalie Tardy

Pos. OH/RS S OH/RS

Hometown (Previous School) Belgrade, Serbia (Odessa) Arvada, Colo. (Montana State) Phoenix, Ariz. (Scottsdale Horizon)

Key Losses Kaitlynn Ausmus Lanie Muys

Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA OH 5-10 Sr. 250 147 8 23 4 MB 6-1 Sr. 228 72 5 89 15 30 2014 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS INFORMATION

Director Mike McNally Steve Heath Volleyball Contact Address 3300 West Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017 Office Number (602) 639-6514 Heath’s Cell Number (602) 403-4732 steven.heath@gcu.edu Heath’s E-Mail Fax Number (480) 270-3672

MEDIA OUTLETS

The Arizona Republic Office: (602) 444-8641

FAX: (602) 444-8686

KTVK Channel 3

(602) 207-3333

KPHO Channel 5

(602) 650-0711

KSAZ Fox 10

(602) 257-1234

KPNX Channel 12

(602) 444-8000

KNXV Channel 15

(602) 273-1500

GRAND CANYON CAMPUS


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GRAND CANYON 2013 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 12-19 Home: 6-6

Away: 3-10

Neutral: 3-3

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE 99 30 263 2.66 149 800 .142 18 0.18 20 22 0.20 29 231 2.33 5 33 38 0.38 2 0 Dugan, Shannon Ausmus, Kaitlynn 99 99 250 2.53 108 815 .174 8 0.08 4 8 0.04 14 147 1.48 0 23 23 0.23 5 0 Muys, Lanie 112 31 228 2.04 85 629 .227 5 0.04 15 14 0.13 0 72 0.64 13 76 89 0.79 10 0 Friemoth, Hayleigh 87 29 170 1.95 85 547 .155 9 0.10 17 13 0.20 17 226 2.60 1 10 11 0.13 0 0 Forsythe, Britta 70 25 130 1.86 85 446 .101 0 0.00 1 0 0.01 1 30 0.43 1 22 23 0.33 3 1 Johannsen, Kristen 73 23 96 1.32 39 287 .199 6 0.08 6 2 0.08 0 30 0.41 20 43 63 0.86 10 3 Davis, Megan 111 31 135 1.22 78 474 .120 22 0.20 18 26 0.16 37 289 2.60 0 23 23 0.21 2 1 Hankins, Hannah 66 25 66 1.00 30 200 .180 4 0.06 0 0 0.00 0 16 0.24 9 50 59 0.89 3 0 Byrnes, Megan 30 13 20 0.67 15 64 .078 2 0.07 0 0 0.00 1 9 0.30 3 23 26 0.87 0 0 Davis, Bree 91 27 29 0.32 15 92 .152 372 4.09 0 0 0.00 1 36 0.40 2 27 29 0.32 3 14 114 31 8 0.07 3 37 .135 654 5.74 22 6 0.19 0 243 2.13 0 0 0 0.00 0 23 Posse, Jessica Agae, Marilyn 37 14 2 0.05 2 14 .000 122 3.30 3 4 0.08 0 63 1.70 0 0 0 0.00 0 8 Phelps, Mackenzie 116 31 6 0.05 2 44 .091 99 0.85 22 14 0.19 16 655 5.65 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Gosciminski, Emily 16 6 0 0.00 1 4 -.250 2 0.12 0 0 0.00 0 20 1.25 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Jenkins, Chloe 1 1 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Grand Canyon Opponents

116 31 1403 12.09 697 4453 .159 1323 11.41 128 109 1.10 123 2069 17.84 54 330 219.0 1.89 38 50 116 31 1507 12.99 637 4496 .194 1412 12.17 123 217 1.06 128 1999 17.23 41 368 225.0 1.94 55 30

WAC Matches: Record: 4-12

Home: 2-6

Away: 2-6

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| SP MP 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 Friemoth, Hayleigh 48 15 117 2.44 57 352 .170 4 0.08 7 7 0.15 13 138 2.88 0 9 9 0.19 0 0 43 15 102 2.37 42 362 .166 4 0.09 0 3 0.00 5 76 1.77 0 7 7 0.16 3 0 Ausmus, Kaitlynn Forsythe, Britta 31 13 66 2.13 44 235 .094 0 0.00 1 0 0.03 1 16 0.52 1 8 9 0.29 3 0 Muys, Lanie 54 16 104 1.93 43 326 .187 2 0.04 6 8 0.11 0 34 0.63 7 37 44 0.81 5 0 49 15 93 1.90 57 307 .117 5 0.10 10 9 0.20 16 113 2.31 1 11 12 0.24 0 0 Dugan, Shannon Davis, Megan 54 16 73 1.35 41 265 .121 10 0.19 9 16 0.17 18 144 2.67 0 10 10 0.19 0 1 Johannsen, Kristen 49 15 65 1.33 25 190 .211 4 0.08 4 2 0.08 0 20 0.41 13 29 42 0.86 7 2 Hankins, Hannah 26 12 24 0.92 8 69 .232 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 7 0.27 5 20 25 0.96 2 0 Byrnes, Megan 20 9 13 0.65 9 43 .093 2 0.10 0 0 0.00 1 9 0.45 3 15 18 0.90 0 0 42 13 15 0.36 4 45 .244 164 3.90 0 0 0.00 0 16 0.38 0 9 9 0.21 1 10 Davis, Bree Phelps, Mackenzie 57 16 2 0.04 1 21 .048 51 0.89 8 7 0.14 12 304 5.33 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 55 16 1 0.02 1 15 .000 309 5.62 8 5 0.15 0 114 2.07 0 0 0 0.00 0 14 Posse, Jessica Jenkins, Chloe 1 8 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Agae, Marilyn 21 1 0 0.00 2 8 -.250 80 3.81 0 1 0.00 0 43 2.05 0 0 0 0.00 0 5 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Grand Canyon Opponents

57 16 675 11.84 334 2238 .152 635 11.14 53 58 0.93 69 1036 18.18 30 155 107.5 1.89 21 32 57 16 806 14.14 307 2288 .218 755 13.25 69 122 1.21 53 1045 18.33 17 174 104.0 1.82 33 15

2013 RESULTS

Date Opponent Aug. 30 !at Weber State Aug. 31 !vs. Texas Tech Sept. 6 @vs. Illinois State Sept. 7 @vs. UC Davis Sept. 7 @vs. Weber State Sept. 13 #vs. Providence Sept. 13 #vs. Central Conn. St. Sept. 14 #vs. Manhattan Sept. 14 #at Dartmouth Sept. 18 Arizona Christian Sept. 19 Louisiana Monroe Sept. 26 *Missouri-Kansas City Sept. 28 *at Chicago State Sept. 30 *at Idaho Oct. 2 *Seattle U Oct. 7 at Boise State Oct. 12 *Utah Valley Oct. 14 *at Seattle U

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

Date Opponent Result Oct. 21 *at UTPA W, 3-1 Oct. 23 at UTEP L, 0-3 Oct. 24 *at New Mexico State L, 0-3 Oct. 26 *at Missouri-Kansas City L, 0-3 Oct. 31 *Chicago State W, 3-0 Nov. 4 *New Mexico State L, 0-3 Nov. 7 *at Utah Valley L, 1-3 Nov. 9 *at Bakersfield L, 0-3 Nov. 15 *Texas-Pan American W, 3-0 Nov. 18 *Bakersfield L, 0-3 Nov. 21 *Idaho L, 1-3 Nov. 22 Abilene Christian W, 3-1 Nov. 23 Incarnate Word W, 3-1 ! – Wildcat Invitational (Ogden, Utah) @ – Nevada Tournament (Reno, Nev.) # – Big Green Invite (Hanover, N.H.) * – WAC Match

ALL-TIME RESULTS

Conf. Overall Year W L W L T 1981 – – 1 13 0 1982 Results Unavailable 1983 No Team 1984 – – 0 12 0 1985 – – 6 21 0 1986 – – 6 22 0 1987 – – 14 23 0 1988 – – 26 18 0 1989 – – 36 10 0 1990 4 2 23 15 0 1991 7 1 27 12 0 1992 7 1 26 10 0 1993 8 0 25 5 0 1994 4 8 16 17 0 1995 7 5 21 10 0 1996 6 6 18 13 0 1997 5 7 14 19 0

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Conf. Year W L 1998 16 6 1999 17 5 2000 14 8 2001 9 12 2002 8 14 2003 10 12 2004 – – 2005 – – 2006 8 7 2007 2 8 2008 6 8 2009 10 6 2010 5 11 2011 12 4 2012 11 5 2013 4 12

Overall W L T 22 9 0 25 7 0 18 12 0 14 15 0 13 17 0 11 16 0 6 18 0 14 18 0 17 14 0 7 20 0 15 15 0 21 8 0 10 19 0 22 7 0 24 6 0 12 19 0


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MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY KANGAROOS

QUICK FACTS

KANGAROO BITS

Location:..........................................Kansas City, Mo. Joined WAC:........................................... July 1, 2013 Enrollment:...................................................... 15,746 Founded:...............................................................1933 Nickname:................................................. Kangaroos Colors:.................................................. Blue and Gold President:............................................Leo E. Morton Athletics Director:..............................Carla Wilson Athletic Department:..................(816) 235-1036 Ticket Office:....................................(816) 235-2849 Website:.....................www.umkckangaroos.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach ..........................................Christi Posey Volleyball Office ............................ (816) 235-5829 Arena ........... Swinney Recreation Center (1,500) All-Time Arena Record .................102-142 (.418) 2013 Record ...........................................15-14 (.517) 2013 WAC Record ........................ 9-7 (.563), T-5th Starters Returning/Lost ....................................6/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ................... 11/2 All-Time Record ...............................269-541 (.332) All-Time WAC Record ..............................9-7 (.562) WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................0 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................0 NCAA Appearances ................................................0 NCAA Record ........................................................ N/A 2013 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 29-110 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 12.31 Blocks Per Set .......................................................2.82 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 16.28

SWINNEY RECREATION CENTER

n Missouri-Kansas

City finished with a winning record in back-to-back seasons for the first time in school history (finished 17-13 in 2012 and 15-14 in 2013) and finished above .500 for just the third time ever.

n Taryn Miller’s 537 digs ranked as the fifth most in a single season in school history and her 4.88

digs per set ranks third, while she moved into sixth place all-time in career digs with 1,077 and second in digs per set at 4.81.

n Emma

Hagedorn broke the school record for block assists with 128, while finishing second in total blocks at 144. Her 14 blocks vs. Penn on Sept. 7, meanwhile, tied the school record.

n The ‘Roos will host instate and SEC power Missouri for the first time since Sept. 11, 2002, when

they lost 3-0. Overall, the ‘Roos are 3-21 against the Tigers, including 2-8 at home.

n UMKC recorded its highest attendance in school history when it welcomed in 852 people into

the Swinney Recreation Center for the match against Kansas on Sept. 3.

n Morgan Voorhes

and Melissa Hartsel are the ‘Roos’ two seniors, while Adasia Bromberger and Emma Dyer are the lone freshmen.

n Redshirt junior Sydney Crimmins was named all-tournament at each of the ‘Roos’ three preseason

tournaments last year. She started her career at UMKC as a member of the women’s basketball team, playing her freshman season as a ‘Roos hoopster.

2014 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29 !vs. Drake Aug. 30 !vs. Central Michigan Aug. 30 !at Omaha Sept. 5 #vs. Valparaiso Sept. 5 #at South Dakota State Sept. 6 #vs. Stephen F. Austin Sept. 9 at Kansas Sept. 12 $vs. North Dakota State Sept. 13 $at Bradley Sept. 13 $vs. Miami (OH) Sept. 17 Southeast Missouri State Sept. 19 %vs. Florida Atlantic Sept. 20 %at FGCU Sept. 20 %vs. Alabama State Sept. 27 *Chicago State Oct. 2 *at Grand Canyon Oct. 4 *at Bakersfield Oct. 9 *Utah Valley Oct. 11 *Seattle

Time 3 p.m. 10 a.m. 5 p.m. TBA 7 p.m. TBA 6:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 12 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 13 Missouri Oct. 16 *at New Mexico State Oct. 18 *at Texas-Pan American Oct. 24 *at Chicago State Oct. 30 *Bakersfield Nov. 1 *Grand Canyon Nov. 6 *at Seattle Nov. 8 *at Utah Valley Nov. 13 *Texas-Pan American Nov. 15 *New Mexico State Nov. 20-22 WAC Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.) ! – Omaha Classic (Omaha, Neb.) # - Jackrabbit Invitational (Brookings, S.D.) $ - CEFCU Classic (Peoria, Ill.) % - FGCU Classic (Fort Myers, Fla.) * - WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

KANGAROO ADMINISTRATION

Leo Morton Chancellor

Ken Ferguson Faculty Representative

Carla Wilson Athletics Director 32 2014 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Ursula Gurney Senior Associate AD/SWA

Nik Busch Volleyball SID

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.


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MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY COACHING STAFF

CHRISTI POSEY Alma Mater: Kansas, ‘82 Overall Record: 44-44 (.500), three years School Record: Same

HEAD COACH FILE n Christi Posey enters her fourth season as head coach of the Kanga-

roos. n With

a 44-44 record, she holds the highest winning percentage in school history and is the only coach without a losing record. Her 44 wins rank second in school history.

n After spending 11 seasons as an assistant coach at Kansas, Posey will

lead the ‘Roos into Lawrence for the second time during her tenure after suffering a 3-0 loss to the Jayhawks in 2012. Last season, UMKC lost 3-1 to Kansas in Kansas City. n She guided her third and fourth players to all-conference honors as a

head coach with Sydney Crimmins and Taryn Miller earning second team All-WAC recognition last year. Kaylyn Brandt was her second player to earn all-freshmen honors. n Posey

returns her entire staff intact from last season in Associate Head Coach Trent Jones, Graduate Assistant Coach Kalani Rose and student Assistant Coach Amanda Guess.

n She led the ‘Roos to a tie for the third most conference wins in school

history (9) and back-to-back winning conference seasons since accomplishing the feat in three straight seasons from 1999-2001. n Posey guided the ‘Roos to back-to-back appearances in a conference

tournament for the first time since making five straight from 19992003.

n Under her watch, six ‘Roos earned Academic All-WAC honors, bring-

ing her total number to 21 during her three seasons as the UMKC head coach.

ASSISTANT COACHES Trent Jones Associate Head Coach Graceland (2002) 4th Year

n Posey helped the team to seven home wins, tied for the second most

in school history, behind only the nine won during the 1999 season. COACHING RECORDS Year School Overall Pct. Conference/Finish 2011 UMKC 12-17 .414 6-12/8th Summit 2012 UMKC 17-13 .567 9-7/T-3rd Summit 2013 UMKC 15-14 .517 9-7/T-5th WAC Overall Record 44-44 (.500)/three years UMKC Record Same WAC Record 9-7 (.517)/one year

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MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

TARYN MILLER

EMMA HAGEDORN

SYDNEY CRIMMINS

RS, 5-10, RS-Jr.

MH, 6-2, Jr.

DS/L, 5-9, Jr.

Played in and started all 29 matches last season, recording a team-high 288 kills (2.62) and a team-best .239 hitting percentage ... named second team All-WAC ... named WAC Player of the Week on Sept. 30 ... named to the all-tournament teams at the Arkansas Invitational, Maryland Invitational and Kangaroo Klassic ... Academic All-WAC honoree ... finished with 10 or more kills 15 times and 10 or more digs 15 times ... posted eight doubledoubles ... ranked 10th in the WAC in kills and eighth in points (3.35) ... had a career-high 23 kills to go along with 16 digs on Sept. 26 at Grand Canyon ... posted a career-high 20 digs vs. Bakersfield on Oct. 31 ... appeared in all 30 matches with 27 starts as a freshman in 2012.

Played in all 29 matches with 14 starts last season, recording 194 kills (1.76) with a .216 hitting percentage ... named to the Maryland Invitational All-Tournament Team ... set the school record with 128 block assists, while recording the second most total blocks at 144… sits eighth in career hitting percentage at .241 ... tied the school record with 14 blocks against Penn on Sept. 7 ... ranked 36th in the NCAA and third in the WAC in blocks per set (1.31) ... named honorable mention All-Summit League as a freshman when she led the team with 94 blocks and averaged 2.26 kills ... named Summit League Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 22.

Played in all 110 sets last season, recording a teamhigh 537 digs (4.88) ... named second team All-WAC ... named to the Kangaroo Klassic All-Tournament Team ... Academic All-WAC honoree ... her 526 digs rank fifth in school history, while her 4.88 digs per set rank third ... ranked 44th in the NCAA and third in the WAC in digs per set (4.88) ... appeared in all 114 sets as a freshman in 2012 when she led the team in digs (540) and service aces (34) ... finished 86th in the NCAA in digs per set (4.77) ... led The Summit League in aces and aces per set (0.30), ... her 540 digs ranks fourth in UMKC history, while her 4.74 digs per set ranks fifth ... ranks second in career digs per set (4.81) and sixth in career digs (1,077) at UMKC.

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP K DIG AST TB 2012 107 135 52 7 75 2013 110 288 293 18 109 Totals 217 423 345 25 184

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

CAREER STATISTICS SP K DIG AST TB Year 2012 104 235 29 6 94 2013 110 194 28 1 144 Totals 214 429 57 7 238

2014 MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name Lindsay Zych Kaylyn Brandt Adasia Bromberger Sydney Crimmins Taryn Miller Emma Hagedorn Nicole Wemhoff Taylor Buhrow Morgan Voorhes Meagan Kerns Jessica Hendin Skyler Muff Melissa Hartsel Emma Dyer

Top Returnees Kaylyn Brandt Sydney Crimmins Emma Hagedorn Jessica Hendin Taryn Miller Top Newcomers Adasia Bromberger Emma Dyer Meagan Kerns Key Loss Chloe Jarema

Pos. DS/L S DS/L RS DS/L MH S OH OH OH OH RS MH MH

Pos. S RS MH OH DS/L Pos. DS/L MH OH

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

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

Hometown (Previous School) Lenexa, Kan. (Bishop Miege) Sumner, Iowa (Sumner-Fredericksburg) Omaha, Neb. (Elkhorn) Clay Center, Kan. (Clay Center Community) Blue Springs, Mo. (Blue Springs) Parkville, Mo. (Park Hill South) Kansas City, Mo. (St. Teresa’s Academy) Denver, Iowa (Denver) Overland Park, Kan. (Pittsburg State) Anthon, Iowa (Maple Valley Anthon) Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley West) Pittsburg, Kan. (Pittsburgh) Concordia, Kan. (Missouri) Higginsville, Mo. (Lafayette County C-1)

MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY PROFILE Ht. Yr. K D 5-9 So. 22 246 5-10 RS-Jr. 288 293 6-2 Jr. 194 28 5-10 Jr. 282 290 5-9 Jr. 5 537 Ht. 5-5 6-1 6-0

Yr. Fr. Fr. RS-Fr.

A 614 18 1 14 90

TB SA 0 20 109 16 144 1 46 22 0 15

Hometown (Previous School) Omaha, Neb. (Elkhorn) Higginsville, Mo. (Lafayette County C-1) Anthon, Iowa (Maple Valley Anthon)

Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA OH 6-1 Sr. 197 88 2 50 8

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CAREER STATISTICS Year SP 2012 114 2013 110 Totals 224

K DIG AST TB 6 540 64 0 5 537 90 0 11 1077 154 0

MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS INFORMATION

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

Rob McCutcheon Nik Busch 5100 Rockhill Rd. SRC 201 Kansas City, MO 64110 (816) 235-6618 (816) 529-7694 buschns@umkc.edu (816) 235-1035 (816) 235-6903

MEDIA OUTLETS

Kansas City Star: Office: (816) 234-4730

Blair Kerkhoff FAX: (816) 234-4360

University News: Office: (816) 235-1393

FAX: (816) 235-6514

WHB (810 AM)/KCTE (1510 AM): Office: (913) 344-1500 FAX: (913) 344-1599 Metro Sports: Office: (816) 358-5360 UMKC CAMPUS

FAX: (816) 358-5479


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MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY 2013 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 15-14 Home: 7-5

Away: 5-7

Neutral: 3-2

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Crimmins, Sydney 110 29 288 2.62 89 834 .239 18 0.16 16 20 0.15 24 293 2.66 19 90 109 0.99 7 3 Hendin, Jessica 110 29 282 2.56 154 911 .141 14 0.13 22 32 0.20 37 290 2.64 8 38 46 0.42 6 0 92 26 197 2.14 91 595 .178 2 0.02 8 20 0.09 0 88 0.96 8 42 50 0.54 12 0 Jarema, Chloe Voorhes, Morgan 69 22 128 1.86 59 436 .158 4 0.06 5 19 0.07 0 41 0.59 3 27 30 0.43 5 0 Hagedorn, Emma 110 29 194 1.76 87 495 .216 1 0.01 1 0 0.01 1 28 0.25 16 128 144 1.31 25 0 42 14 67 1.60 41 218 .119 1 0.02 0 0 0.00 2 8 0.19 2 24 26 0.62 6 0 Buhrow, Taylor Muff, Skyler 59 24 73 1.24 47 237 .110 0 0.00 0 6 0.00 0 19 0.32 3 44 47 0.80 12 0 94 26 77 0.82 31 268 .172 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 12 0.13 12 83 95 1.01 11 2 Hartsel, Melissa Brandt, Kaylyn 110 29 22 0.20 8 70 .200 614 5.58 20 11 0.18 0 246 2.24 0 0 0 0.00 2 15 Wemhoff, Nicole 110 29 21 0.19 9 78 .154 527 4.79 13 20 0.12 0 180 1.64 0 2 2 0.02 0 14 110 29 5 0.05 5 37 .000 90 0.82 15 35 0.14 22 537 4.88 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 Miller, Taryn Zych, Lindsay 69 25 0 0.00 0 2 .000 5 0.07 1 1 0.01 0 48 0.70 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 3 3 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 1 0.33 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Muenks, JoAnna _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Missouri-Kansas City 110 1354 12.31 621 4181 .175 1276 11.60 101 165 0.92 98 1791 16.28 71 478 310.0 2.82 86 37 110 1459 13.26 689 4219 .183 1377 12.52 98 197 0.89 101 1929 17.54 56 346 229.0 2.08 55 51 Opponents

WAC Matches: Record: 9-7

Home: 5-3

Away: 4-4

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Crimmins, Sydney 61 16 161 2.64 45 426 .272 7 0.11 8 11 0.13 11 163 2.67 5 51 56 0.92 3 1 Hendin, Jessica 61 16 157 2.57 78 500 .158 8 0.13 12 18 0.20 18 148 2.43 6 22 28 0.46 3 0 Jarema, Chloe 61 16 138 2.26 65 438 .167 2 0.03 7 20 0.11 0 73 1.20 5 28 33 0.54 7 0 Hagedorn, Emma 61 16 119 1.95 44 279 .269 0 0.00 1 0 0.02 0 11 0.18 7 71 78 1.28 12 0 Buhrow, Taylor 38 12 67 1.76 40 214 .126 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 2 8 0.21 2 24 26 0.68 6 0 Voorhes, Morgan 26 10 39 1.50 20 157 .121 0 0.00 0 3 0.00 0 12 0.46 2 10 12 0.46 2 0 Muff, Skyler 28 12 23 0.82 12 79 .139 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 6 0.21 2 24 26 0.93 4 0 Hartsel, Melissa 47 13 31 0.66 13 114 .158 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 7 0.15 6 40 46 0.98 4 2 Brandt, Kaylyn 61 16 17 0.28 5 45 .267 340 5.57 13 8 0.21 0 140 2.30 0 0 0 0.00 1 7 Wemhoff, Nicole 61 16 10 0.16 6 51 .078 295 4.84 4 10 0.07 0 99 1.62 0 1 1 0.02 0 7 Miller, Taryn 61 16 2 0.03 3 15 -.067 53 0.87 7 19 0.11 11 296 4.85 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 Muenks, JoAnna 2 2 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Zych, Lindsay 42 16 0 0.00 0 1 .000 4 0.10 1 1 0.02 0 35 0.83 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Missouri-Kansas City 61 16 764 12.52 331 2319 .187 709 11.62 53 91 0.87 48 998 16.36 35 271 170.5 2.80 42 19 Opponents 61 16 803 13.16 369 2332 .186 758 12.43 48 108 0.79 53 1066 17.48 23 192 119.0 1.95 31 31

2013 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Aug. 30 !vs. New Mexico L, 0-3 Aug. 30 !vs. Northwestern State W, 3-0 Aug. 31 !at Arkansas L, 0-3 Sept. 3 Kansas L, 1-3 Sept. 6 @at Maryland L, 2-3 Sept. 7 @vs. Pennsylvania W, 3-1 Sept. 7 @vs. LIU Brooklyn W, 3-1 Sept. 13 #Presbyterian W, 3-1 Sept. 13 #Eastern Illinois W, 3-0 Sept. 14 #Wake Forest L, 1-3 Sept. 17 at SIU Edwardsville W, 3-1 Sept. 18 at Southeast Mo. St. L, 2-3 Sept. 26 *at Grand Canyon W, 3-2 Sept. 29 *at Chicago State W, 3-0 Oct. 3 *at Utah Valley L, 2-3 Oct. 5 *at Bakersfield W, 3-2 Oct. 10 *Texas-Pan American W, 3-0 Oct. 12 *New Mexico State L, 0-3

Date Opponent Result Oct. 17 *at Idaho L, 0-3 Oct. 19 *at Seattle U L, 0-3 Oct. 25 *Chicago State W, 3-0 Oct. 26 *Grand Canyon W, 3-0 Oct. 31 *Bakersfield W, 3-2 Nov. 2 *Utah Valley L, 1-3 Nov. 7 *at New Mexico State L, 1-3 Nov. 9 *at Texas-Pan American W, 3-1 Nov. 14 *Seattle U W, 3-1 Nov. 16 *Idaho L, 1-3 Nov. 25 +vs. No. 4 Idaho L, 0-3 ! – Arkansas Invitational (Fayetteville, Ark.) @ – Maryland Invite (College Park, Md.) # – Kansas City Tourney (Kansas City, Mo.) * – WAC Match + – WAC Tournament (Phoenix, Ariz.)

Conf. Year W L 1987 – – 1988 – – 1989 – – 1990 – – 1991 – – 1992 – – 1993 – – 1994 2 8 1995 4 6 1996 6 2 1997 5 3 1998 5 7 1999 10 4 2000 8 6 2001 7 5 2002 5 7 2003 6 8

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Overall W L T 1 25 0 6 17 0 11 17 0 0 28 0 5 20 0 16 19 0 11 20 0 6 21 0 6 26 0 13 19 0 12 23 0 13 18 0 20 14 0 12 19 0 8 20 0 14 18 0 8 25 0

Conf. Year W L 2004 4 10 2005 5 8 2006 4 8 2007 2 14 2008 5 11 2009 10 8 2010 6 12 2011 6 12 2012 9 7 2013 9 7

Overall W L T 7 21 0 8 20 0 7 23 0 5 27 0 12 20 0 15 16 0 9 21 0 12 17 0 17 13 0 15 14 0


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NEW MEXICO STATE AGGIES

QUICK FACTS

Location:...........................................Las Cruces, N.M. Joined WAC:............................................ July 1, 2005 Enrollment:.......................................................16,428 Founded:............................................................... 1888 Nickname:..........................................................Aggies Colors:..........................................Crimson and White President:...............................Dr. Garrey Carruthers Athletics Director:................Dr. McKinley Boston Athletic Department:.................. (575) 646-4126 Ticket Office:.................................... (575) 646-1420 Website:.........................www.nmstatesports.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach ...........................................Mike Jordan Volleyball Office ............................ (575) 646-4921 Arena .....................Pan American Center (13,071) All-Time Arena Record .................229-108 (.680) 2013 Record ...........................................22-11 (.667) 2013 WAC Record ..........................14-2 (.875), 1st Starters Returning/Lost ....................................4/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................4/4 All-Time Record ...............................736-540 (.577) All-Time WAC Record ...................... 115-29 (.799) WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................2 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................2 Last WAC Title ..................................................... 2013 NCAA Appearances .... 7 (2003, ‘04, ‘06, ‘07, 08, ‘12, ‘13) NCAA Record ..............................................1-7 (.125) 2013 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 33-120 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 12.88 Blocks Per Set .......................................................2.61 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 14.40

PAN AMERICAN CENTER

Dr. Garrey Carruthers President

AGGIE BITS n The Aggies swept Bakersfield in the WAC Tournament title match to earn their second consecu-

tive WAC title last year. WAC Player of the Year Desiree Scott was named WAC Tournament MVP.

n With a 14-2 record in 2013, the Aggies captured their second WAC regular-season title.

the Aggies’ first outright title, as they shared the 2008 title with Hawai’i.

It was

n In WAC

play last year, the Aggies went undefeated at home, winning all eight matches at the Pan American Center. NM State’s last home loss came against New Mexico on Sept. 23, 2013.

n NM State has recorded 20 or more wins in 11 of the last 12 seasons. n The

Aggies have had 29 first team All-WAC selections, 10 second team selections, three WAC All-Freshman Team selections and two WAC Freshman of the Year honorees. Mike Jordan has coached 27 all-tournament selections since NM State began playing in the WAC in 2005.

n Two

players earned All-WAC honors last year, as well as four players named to the WAC AllTournament Team. Two players were also selected to the Preseason All-WAC team, as well.

n The Aggies have made the NCAA Tournament seven times, including last year. The Aggies are

1-7 in the tournament, with their only win coming in 2008 against Saint Mary’s.

n The

Aggies led the WAC in home attendance last season with an average of 1,131 fans per match.

2014 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29 !vs. Missouri State Aug. 30 !vs. Montana State Aug. 30 !at Utah Sept. 4 @North Dakota State Sept. 5 @Radford Sept. 6 @California Sept. 12 #Colorado State Sept. 13 #Brigham Young Sept. 19 $vs. Rhode Island Sept. 20 $vs. Brown Sept. 20 $at New Hampshire Sept. 25 *Grand Canyon Sept. 27 *Bakersfield Oct. 2 *at Utah Valley Oct. 4 *at Seattle U Oct. 9 *Texas-Pan American Oct. 16 *UMKC *Chicago State Oct. 18

Time 4:30 p.m. noon 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. noon 4:30 p.m. 10 a.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 20 at New Mexico Oct. 23 *at Bakersfield Oct. 25 *at Grand Canyon Oct. 30 *Seattle U Nov. 1 *Utah Valley Nov. 8 *at Texas Pan American Nov. 13 *at Chicago State Nov. 15 *at UMKC Nov. 20-22 WAC Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.) Nov. 28 at UTEP

Dr. McKinley Boston Athletic Director

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2 p.m.

! – Utah Classic (Salt Lake City, Utah) @ – NM State Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.) # – NM State/UTEP Tournament (Las Cruces, N.M.) $ – Holly Young Invitational (Durham, N.H.) * - WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

AGGIE ADMINISTRATION

Dr. James Peach Faculty Representative

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

Eddie Soriano Volleyball SID


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NEW MEXICO STATE COACHING STAFF

MIKE JORDAN Alma Mater: University of Phoenix, ‘01 Overall Record: 352-160 (.688), 16 years School Record: Same WAC Record: 115-29 (.799), nine years

HEAD COACH FILE n Mike Jordan is in his 17th season at New Mexico State and last year led his team to the WAC Tournament title and its fifth NCAA Tournament appearance in the last nine years. n Two of Jordan’s players earned All-WAC honors in 2013, including WAC Player of the Year Desiree Scott. He has coached at least one first team all-conference selection in 14 consecutive seasons. n He was named WAC Coach of the Year in 2013, bringing his total to six – four times in the WAC (2005, 2006, 2008, 2013) and twice in the Sun Belt (2003, 2004). n Jordan has mentored many current and former Division I head coaches including Don Flora (current Texas Tech head coach), Debbie Baker (current Southern Utah head coach) and Xavier McDaniel (current head coach South Dakota State). n Jordan is the only NM State volleyball coach to lead his team to the NCAA Tournament, which he has done seven times (2003, ‘04, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08, ‘12, ‘13). n He is the only Aggie head volleyball coach to lead his team to a conference title in two different conferences (Sun Belt and WAC). 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. COACHING RECORDS Year School 1998 NM State 1999 NM State 2000 NM State 2001 NM State NM State 2002 2003 NM State NM State 2004 2005 NM State 2006 NM State 2007 NM State 2008 NM State 2009 NM State 2010 NM State 2011 NM State 2012 NM State 2013 NM State

Overall Pct. Conference/Finish 7-22 .241 4-12/Big West 15-15 .500 6-10/Big West 15-17 .469 8-8/Big West 19-11 .633 13-2/1st Sun Belt-W 26-7 .788 13-2/1st Sun Belt-W 30-5 .857 15-0/1st Sun Belt 30-3 .909 15-0/1st Sun Belt 20-7 .741 11-5/T-2nd WAC 33-4 .892 14-2/2nd WAC 26-6 .812 14-2/2nd WAC 26-9 .743 15-1/T-1st WAC 20-9 .690 13-3/2nd WAC 18-13 .581 12-4/2nd WAC 23-10 .697 10-4/T-2nd WAC 22-11 .667 12-6/4th WAC 22-11 .667 14-2/1st WAC

Overall Record 352-160 (.688)/16 years NM State Record Same WAC Record 115-29 (.799)/nine years 37 WACSports.com

ASSISTANT COACHES Ben Wallis Assistant Coach New Mexico State (1999) 2nd Year Keith Rubio Assistant Coach Cal State Northridge (1999) 4th Year Tricia Wright Director of Operations LaVerne (1991) 12th Year


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NEW MEXICO STATE TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

GWEN MURPHY

TAYLOR LAVOTI

BRADLEY NASH

S, 5-8, Jr.

MB, 6-2, Jr.

OH, 6-0, Jr.

Played in 120 sets, while recording 625 assists, 244 digs and 20 service aces last year as a sophomore ... in WAC play, averaged 5.67 assists per set ... posted double-digit assists in 30 of 33 matches and tallied at least 20 assists 15 times ... posted a team-best 10 double-doubles ... recorded career highs in digs (17), assists (33) and blocks (1) against Texas Pan-American on Sept. 28 ... as a freshman in 2012, appeared in 99 sets with 483 assists, 170 digs, 20 kills and 32 service aces ... in WAC play, her 4.88 assists per set increased to 4.94 ... led the team in service aces per set (0.32) ... recorded three double-doubles on the season.

Named first team All-WAC last year as a sophomore after averaging 2.60 kills on .470 hitting and 1.29 blocks per set in league matches ... the .470 hitting percentage is the third-highest in conference-matches in WAC history ... posted a double-double of 11 kills and 10 blocks against Missouri-Kansas City on Nov. 7 ... posted a career-high 13 kills on .632 hitting against Idaho on Oct. 31 ... hit .300 or better in 17 matches ... played in 104 sets as a redshirt freshman in 2012, recording 73 kills, 81 blocks and 19 digs ... played in 19 sets in 2011 before suffering a season-ending injury.

Averaged 2.03 kills and 2.57 digs per set ... named to the WAC All-Tournament team after averaging 3.38 digs, 2.25 kills and 0.75 blocks over the two matches ... had eight double-doubles on the year ... posted a season-high .462 hitting percentage vs. Seattle U on Oct. 6 ... had a career-high 23 digs against Idaho on Nov. 26 ... played in 98 sets in 2012, tallying 118 kills, 99 digs, 65 blocks and nine service aces ... posted a double-double of 11 kills and 14 digs against Idaho on Nov. 21 ... in 2011, suffered a season-ending knee injury in the third set of the season-opener against No. 5 Nebraska.

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP 2012 99 2013 120 Totals 219

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No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 19 20 23

K DIG AST TB 20 170 483 0 15 244 625 1 35 414 1108 1

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP K DIG AST TB 2011 19 18 3 0 2 2012 104 73 19 3 81 0 122 2013 120 242 35 Totals 243 333 57 3 205

Name Hannah Walker Taylor Lavoti Audra Jones Amy Horner Andrea Tauai Sierra Ariednne Jordan Abalos Kaylee Panepinto Bradley Nash Ashlyn Brown Aleisha Coates Nathalie Castellanos Kassandra Tohm Natalie Fazio Shelbi Goode Sasha-Lee Thomas Gwen Murphy

Pos. L S MH OH OH L OH L OH S OH OH OH OH OH MH MB

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

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

Hometown (Previous School) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Colorado) Humble, Texas (Atascocita) Orland, Calif. (Hamilton) Artesia, N.M. (Artesia) Tauranga, New Zealand (Tauranga) El Paso, Texas (Americas) Safford, Ariz. (Safford) Gilbert, Ariz. (Gilbert) Kayenta, Ariz. (Monument Valley) Fort Meyers, Fla. (Bishop Verot) Victorville, Calif. (Siverado) Vado, New Mexico (Gadsden) Toronto, Canada (Sir Oliver Mowat) Olano, Texas (Plano Senior) Georgetown, Texas (Angelo State) Pottsville, Pa. (Pottsville) Elfrida, Ariz. (Valley Union)

NEW MEXICO STATE PROFILE Ht. Yr. K D 5-8 Jr. 15 244 6-2 Jr. 242 35 6-0 Jr. 244 308

Top Returnees Taylor Lavoti Gwen Murphy Bradley Nash

Pos. S MB OH

Top Newcomers Andrea Tauai Kassandra Tohm

Pos. OH OH

Key Losses Lauren Loerch Desiree Scott Stephanie Ziegler

Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA OH 6-0 Sr. 286 179 11 77 15 MB 6-2 Sr. 311 27 4 158 4 OH 5-8 RS-Sr. 149 395 19 45 17

Ht. 5-10 6-1

Yr. Jr. Fr.

A 625 0 25

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP K DIG AST TB 2011 3 8 6 0 1 118 99 11 65 2012 98 2013 120 244 308 25 62 Totals 221 370 413 36 128

TB SA 1 20 122 2 62 29

Hometown (Previous School) Tauranga, New Zealand (Tauranga) Toronto, Canada (Sir Oliver Mowat)

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MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS INFORMATION

Director TBA Volleyball Contact Eddie Soriano Address MSC 3145, PO Box 30001 Las Cruces, NM 88003 Office Number (575) 646-4120 Soriano’s Cell Number (575) 635-8509 Soriano’s E-Mail jg24@nmsu.edu Fax Number (575) 646-2425 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

FAX: (575) 541-5498

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

Brock Stockberger FAX: (575) 526-4621

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


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NEW MEXICO STATE 2013 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 22-11 Home: 13-3

Away: 6-4

Neutral: 3-4

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| SP MP 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 Scott, Desiree 120 33 311 2.59 94 588 .369 4 0.03 4 7 0.03 2 27 0.22 48 110 158 1.32 11 0 Loerch, Lauren 119 33 286 2.40 120 851 .195 11 0.09 15 18 0.13 7 179 1.50 8 69 77 0.65 3 1 120 33 244 2.03 111 781 .170 25 0.21 29 28 0.24 41 308 2.57 5 57 62 0.52 8 0 Nash, Bradley Murphy, Gwen 120 33 242 2.02 99 505 .283 0 0.00 2 7 0.02 1 35 0.29 19 103 122 1.02 7 0 Alexander, Preslie 97 33 159 1.64 55 371 .280 10 0.10 0 1 0.00 1 44 0.45 2 46 48 0.49 0 1 Ziegler, Stephanie 120 33 149 1.24 77 482 .149 19 0.16 17 37 0.14 23 395 3.29 6 39 45 0.38 2 1 Coates, Aleisha 85 32 95 1.12 67 286 .098 2 0.02 18 34 0.21 22 96 1.13 2 9 11 0.13 1 0 8 7 4 0.50 2 12 .167 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.12 0 2 2 0.25 0 0 Wick, Alexis Castellanos, Nathali 52 28 25 0.48 14 90 .122 5 0.10 1 8 0.02 1 17 0.33 0 9 9 0.17 0 0 10 9 4 0.40 0 8 .500 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 0 1 0.10 1 0 Jones, Audra Livoti, Taylor 120 33 15 0.12 0 26 .577 625 5.21 20 30 0.17 0 244 2.03 0 1 1 0.01 0 7 Brown, Ciara 119 33 11 0.09 4 37 .189 676 5.68 18 30 0.15 0 166 1.39 0 0 0 0.00 1 16 29 16 1 0.03 1 3 .000 3 0.10 1 2 0.03 3 4 0.14 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Mireles, Ashley Reifsteck, Jordan 77 26 0 0.00 0 1 .000 38 0.49 13 14 0.17 19 212 2.75 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 1 1 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Thomas, Sasha Tafoya, Delaina 3 3 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Walker, Hannah 1 1 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ New Mexico State Opponents

120 33 1546 12.88 644 4041 .223 1418 11.82 138 217 1.15 136 1728 14.40 91 445 313.5 2.61 35 26 120 33 1328 11.07 755 4107 .140 1216 10.13 136 203 1.13 138 1594 13.28 71 395 268.5 2.24 40 40

WAC Matches: Record: 14-2

Home: 8-0

Away: 6-2

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Scott, Desiree 55 16 153 2.78 42 277 .401 3 0.05 1 5 0.02 1 21 0.38 22 54 76 1.38 7 0 Murphy, Gwen 55 16 143 2.60 33 234 .470 0 0.00 0 3 0.00 0 13 0.24 16 55 71 1.29 5 0 Loerch, Lauren 54 16 118 2.19 56 353 .176 2 0.04 5 6 0.09 1 79 1.46 5 35 40 0.74 1 1 Nash, Bradley 55 16 120 2.18 52 358 .190 9 0.16 17 12 0.31 19 145 2.64 2 24 26 0.47 4 0 Alexander, Preslie 45 16 81 1.80 20 177 .345 3 0.07 0 0 0.00 0 26 0.58 1 20 21 0.47 0 1 Ziegler, Stephanie 55 16 96 1.75 43 289 .183 4 0.07 7 22 0.13 9 161 2.93 4 29 33 0.60 2 1 Wick, Alexis 3 2 2 0.67 1 6 .167 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 2 2 0.67 0 0 Coates, Aleisha 35 15 19 0.54 15 62 .065 2 0.06 4 12 0.11 5 26 0.74 0 1 1 0.03 0 0 Jones, Audra 4 3 2 0.50 0 3 .667 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 0 1 0.25 1 0 Castellanos, Nathali 22 13 10 0.45 5 32 .156 4 0.18 0 2 0.00 1 5 0.23 0 5 5 0.23 0 0 Brown, Ciara 54 16 3 0.06 2 15 .067 319 5.91 7 17 0.13 0 76 1.41 0 0 0 0.00 1 6 Livoti, Taylor 55 16 3 0.05 0 8 .375 312 5.67 10 15 0.18 0 112 2.04 0 1 1 0.02 0 1 Mireles, Ashley 10 8 0 0.00 0 1 .000 0 0.00 1 2 0.10 1 1 0.10 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Walker, Hannah 1 1 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Reifsteck, Jordan 50 15 0 0.00 0 0 .000 28 0.56 9 11 0.18 14 139 2.78 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ New Mexico State 55 16 750 13.64 269 1815 .265 686 12.47 61 107 1.11 56 804 14.62 51 226 164.0 2.98 21 10 Opponents 55 16 574 10.44 378 1887 .104 522 9.49 56 92 1.02 61 696 12.65 27 166 110.0 2.00 17 20

2013 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Aug. 30 !vs. Nevada W, 3-0 Aug. 31 !at California L, 0-3 Aug. 31 !vs. UC Santa Barbara L, 2-3 Sept. 5 @at No. 9 Hawai’i L, 0-3 Sept. 6 @vs. No. 10 UCLA L, 0-3 Sept. 7 @vs. Santa Clara L, 1-3 Sept. 13 #Southern Utah W, 3-1 Sept. 13 #Arkansas Little Rock L, 1-3 Sept. 14 #Northern Illinois W, 3-1 Sept. 19 Utah L, 2-3 Sept. 20 $Hampton W, 3-1 Sept. 21 $South Dakota State W, 3-0 Sept. 23 New Mexico L, 2-3 Sept. 28 *at UTPA W, 3-1 Sept. 30 *Bakersfield W, 3-0 Oct. 5 *Idaho W, 3-0 Oct. 6 *Seattle U W, 3-1 Oct. 10 *at Chicago State W, 3-0 Oct. 12 *at Missouri-Kansas City W, 3-0 Oct. 17 *at Bakersfield L, 2-3 Oct. 19 *at Utah Valley L, 0-3

Date Opponent Result Oct. 24 *Grand Canyon W, 3-0 Oct. 26 *Texas-Pan American W, 3-0 Oct. 31 *at Idaho W, 3-1 Nov. 2 *at Seattle U W, 3-1 Nov. 4 *at Grand Canyon W, 3-0 Nov. 7 *Missouri-Kansas City W, 3-1 Nov. 9 *Chicago State W, 3-0 Nov. 12 UTEP W, 3-1 Nov. 21 *Utah Valley W, 3-0 Nov. 26 +vs. No. 4 Idaho W, 3-2 Nov. 27 +vs. No. 2 Bakersfield W, 3-0 Dec. 6 %vs. Arizona L, 0-3 ! – Cal Molten Classic (Berkeley, Calif.) @ – Wahine Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii) # – NM State Tourney (Las Cruces, N.M.) $ – NM State/UTEP Invite (Las Cruces) * – WAC Match + – WAC Tournament (Phoenix, Ariz.) % – NCAA Tournament (San Diego, Calif.)

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 1993 5 13

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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 8 21 0

Conf. Year W L 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 2012 12 6 2013 14 2

Overall W L T 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 22 11 0 22 11 0


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SEATTLE U REDHAWKS

REDHAWK BITS

QUICK FACTS

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 Website:................................www.goseattleu.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

Head Coach ..........................................James Finley Volleyball Office ............................ (206) 296-6426 Arena ................................. Connolly Center (1,000) All-Time Arena Record ......................78-90 (.464) 2013 Record ...........................................13-20 (.394) 2013 WAC Record ........................ 9-7 (.562), T-5th Starters Returning/Lost ....................................4/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................9/6 All-Time Record ...............................177-243 (.421) All-Time WAC Record .........................13-21 (.382) 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) 2013 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 33-117 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 11.77 Blocks Per Set .......................................................2.05 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 11.79

CONNOLLY CENTER

Fr. Stephen Sundborg President

n Under second-year head coach James Finley, Seattle U enters its third season in the WAC after

winning five more conference matches in 2013 than in 2012.

n Nine letterwinners return for the Redhawks from the 2013 campaign. n The WAC Tournament

victory over Utah Valley last season was the first Division I postseason win in program history.

n Iris Ivanis, the 2013 WAC Freshman of the Year, is back after leading the Redhawks last year with

307 kills and 27 service aces.

n Also returning for Seattle U are second team All-WAC performer Martina Samadan, who aver-

aged 3.24 kills and 1.00 blocks per set, and WAC All-Freshman Team honoree Kerry Lane, who dished out 1,076 assists as the team’s setter in 2013.

n Alec Goodrie and Stephanie Stoll are the two seniors on the 2014 squad, with Goodrie collect-

ing 137 kills and 64 total blocks last year and Stoll enjoying her best collegiate season with a team-high 93 blocks to go along with 139 kills.

n Seattle U will face Texas and Washington, half of the 2013 national semifinalists, along with two

other participants in the 2013 NCAA Tournament in Oregon and New Mexico State.

n After

playing just one non-conference home match in 2013, the Redhawks host two tournaments in 2014, one co-hosted with Washington.

2014 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29 !at New Mexico Aug. 29 !vs. UTEP Aug. 30 !vs. Texas Sept. 4 @Pacific Sept. 5 @Lafayette Sept. 6 @Oregon State Sept. 11 #at Washington Sept. 12 #UNLV Sept. 13 #UC Davis Sept. 16 at Eastern Washington Sept. 18 at Montana Sept. 19 vs. Gonzaga Sept. 23 at Oregon Sept. 27 *at Utah Valley Oct. 2 *Texas-Pan American Oct. 4 *New Mexico State Oct. 9 *at Chicago State Oct. 11 *at Missouri-Kansas City

Time 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 16 *Bakersfield Oct. 18 *Grand Canyon Oct. 25 *Utah Valley Oct. 30 *at New Mexico State Nov. 1 *at Texas-Pan American Nov. 6 *Missouri-Kansas City Nov. 8 *Chicago State Nov. 13 *at Grand Canyon Nov. 15 *at Bakersfield Nov. 20-22 WAC Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.) Nov. 28 at Portland

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7 p.m.

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REDHAWK ADMINISTRATION

David Arnesen Faculty Representative

Time 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

Roxanne Levenson SWA

Jason Behenna Volleyball SID


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SEATTLE U COACHING STAFF

JAMES FINLEY Alma Mater: Sul Ross State , ‘83 Overall Record: 164-136 (.547), nine years School Record: 13-20 (.394), one year WAC Record: 9-7 (.564), one year

HEAD COACH FILE n James

Finley enters his second season as head volleyball coach at Seattle University.

n In 2013, Finley led Seattle U to 13 victories, a winning record in confer-

ence play and the WAC Tournament semifinals.

n Finley

coached his 300th collegiate match on Nov. 26, 2013, in the WAC Tournament semifinal match against Utah Valley.

n Finley came to Seattle U from Virginia Commonwealth, where he was

the head coach of the Rams for eight years, posting a 151-116 (.566) overall record.

n In his first year as VCU head coach, he led the Rams to the 2005 CAA

Volleyball Tournament title, upsetting top seed and host school Hofstra in the semifinals before defeating Towson in the championship match.

n VCU advanced to the tournament title match three other times, includ-

ing twice (2006 and 2011) as the sixth seed in the CAA Tournament.

n In VCU’s first season in the Atlantic-10, Finley led the Rams to a 25-6

overall record, finishing third in the league at 10-4 before advancing to the A10 tournament semifinals.

n Before taking the head job at VCU, Finley led Arizona Western College

to a 137-37 (.787) record from 2001-2004, helping the squad maintain a top-10 ranking nationally throughout his tenure.

n Sherisa Livingston, a standout player at Wisconsin, joins the Redhawk

coaching staff as an assistant coach after spending the past year at Nebraska.

COACHING RECORDS Overall Year School 2005 VCU 22-12 2006 VCU 16-18 12-21 2007 VCU 19-13 2008 VCU 27-9 2009 VCU 2010 VCU 13-20 2011 VCU 17-17 25-6 2012 VCU 13-20 2013 Seattle U Overall Record Seattle U Record VCU Record WAC Record

Pct. .647 .471 .364 .594 .750 .394 .500 .806 .394

Conference/Finish 11-7/4th CAA 8-10/6th CAA 6-8/T7th CAA 10-4/2nd CAA 12-2/T1st CAA 9-5/T3rd CAA 8-6/T4th CAA 10-4/3rd A10 9-7/T-5th WAC

164-136 (.547)/nine years 13-20 (.394)/one year 151-116 (.566)/eight years 9-7 (.562)/one year

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ASSISTANT COACHES Nikola Petrovic Associate Head Coach University of Belgrade (1997) 2nd Year Sherisa Livingston Wisconsin (2002) 1st Year

Adam Frank Volunteer Assistant Seattle U (2014) 1st Year


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SEATTLE U TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

MARTINA SAMADAN

IRIS IVANIS

STEPHANIE STOLL

OH, 5-11, So.

MB, 6-5, Jr.

MB, 6-2, RS-Sr.

Named WAC Freshman of the Year and second team All-WAC last season ... led Seattle U with 307 kills and 27 service aces, plus collected 179 digs and 35 total blocks ... ranked fifth in the WAC in kills per set and ninth in aces per set ... in WAC matches only, finished third in kills per set (3.53) and ninth in aces per set (0.27) ... had 10 or more kills in 17 matches, with a season-high 21 kills against Idaho on Oct. 11 ... named WAC Player of the Week Oct. 14 ... notched six doubledoubles, five of them featuring a season-high 11 digs.

Named second team All-WAC and to the WAC AllTournament Team last year as a sophomore ... her .416 hitting percentage was the highest in a single season in school history ... led the WAC in hitting percentage, finished second in service aces, third in kills and ninth in blocks ... named WAC Player of the Week Oct. 21 ... notched a double-double of 14 kills and 10 blocks in the WAC Tournament match against Utah Valley ... transferred from VCU, where she set school records for total blocks (172), blocks per set (1.67) and hitting percentage (.349) ... named AVCA Northeast Region Freshman of the Year and Atlantic-10 Rookie of the Year, and ranked fourth in the country in blocks per set.

Led the Redhawks with 10 solo blocks and 83 block assists for 93 total blocks in 2013 ... posted the fourthhighest single-season total blocks in program history ... also finished with 139 kills, including season-high 11 kills at Texas-Pan American on Oct. 4 ... tallied a seasonhigh 10 blocks, including three solo, in regular-season finale at Chicago State on Nov. 16 ... helped Seattle U reach WAC Tournament semifinals with 14 kills and 13 total blocks in two tournament matches ... transferred from Tennessee, where she appeared in 16 matches, including two starts.

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP K DIG AST TB 2013 104 307 179 16 35 Totals 104 307 179 16 35

CAREER STATISTICS SP K DIG AST TB Year 2012* 103 248 64 12 172 2013 62 201 45 5 62 Totals 165 449 109 17 234 *stats from VCU

No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 20

2014 SEATTLE U NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name Martina Samadan Kerry Lane Stephanie Stoll Mary Orbeta Shelby Babcock Jelena Vujcin Meghan Richard Iris Ivanis Abby Blanchard Matea Mamic Alec Goodrie Francesca Manz Kirstin Schauble Erin Scuoler Sydney Schafer

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

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

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

Top Returnees Iris Ivanis Kerry Lane Martina Samadan Stephanie Stoll

Pos. OH S MB MB

SEATTLE U PROFILE Ht. Yr. K D 5-11 So. 307 179 5-11 So. 78 181 6-5 Jr. 201 45 6-2 RS-Sr. 139 2

Top Newcomers Francesca Manz Meghan Richard

Pos. OH S

Ht. 6-1 5-11

Key Losses Allison Farley Lani Beadle Sarah Jaeckel

Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA MB 6-1 Sr. 183 32 5 84 8 DS 5-6 Sr. 0 396 85 0 15 OH 5-11 Sr. 173 150 17 17 12

Yr. Fr. Fr.

*stats from Tennessee

Hometown (Previous School) Split, Croatia (Virginia Commonwealth) Tucson, Ariz. (Canyon del Oro) Bellevue, Wash. (Tennessee) Alameda, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd) Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton) Becej, Serbia (NIS Spartak) Niwot, Colo. (Niwot) Pozega, Croatia (Pozega) Kennewick, Wash. (Kamiakin) Split, Croatia (Zok Split 1700) Springfield, Ore. (Thurston) Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman) Meadow Vista, Calif. (Placer) Simi Valley, Calif. (Royal) Salt Lake City, Utah (Judge Memorial Catholic) A 16 1076 5 2

CAREER STATISTICS SP K DIG AST TB Year 2011* 18 11 1 0 13 2012* 10 6 1 0 7 2013 103 139 2 2 93 Totals 131 156 4 2 113

TB SA 35 27 47 19 62 22 93 0

Hometown (Previous School) Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman) Niwot, Colo. (Niwot)

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MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS INFORMATION

Director/Volleyball Contact Jason Behenna 901 12th Ave. Address 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

Don Shelton FAX: (206) 464-2261

710 ESPN Seattle Office: (206) 726-7000 KJR 950 AM/102.9 FM Office: (206) 494-2000 The Spectator (campus) Emily Hedberg Office: (206) 296-6474 FAX: (206) 296-6477 SEATTLE U CAMPUS


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SEATTLE U 2013 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 13-20 Home: 6-3

Away: 3-13

Neutral: 4-4

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Samadan, Martina 62 19 201 3.24 44 377 .416 5 0.08 22 35 0.35 0 45 0.73 8 54 62 1.00 9 1 Ivanis, Iris 104 30 307 2.95 154 807 .190 16 0.15 27 50 0.26 45 179 1.72 4 31 35 0.34 16 3 Jaeckel, Sarah 90 31 173 1.92 122 562 .091 17 0.19 12 21 0.13 34 150 1.67 2 15 17 0.19 0 0 Mamic, Matea 80 27 142 1.77 78 461 .139 8 0.10 16 39 0.20 25 97 1.21 6 25 31 0.39 8 2 Farley, Allison 107 33 183 1.71 73 503 .219 5 0.05 8 7 0.07 3 32 0.30 8 76 84 0.79 17 0 Goodrie, Alec 97 31 137 1.41 81 391 .143 1 0.01 2 10 0.02 4 38 0.39 5 59 64 0.66 21 1 Stoll, Stephanie 103 32 139 1.35 64 378 .198 2 0.02 0 0 0.00 0 2 0.02 10 83 93 0.90 9 1 Lane, Kerry 115 33 78 0.68 27 196 .260 1076 9.36 19 58 0.17 1 181 1.57 3 44 47 0.41 16 7 Pedone, Karli 18 13 6 0.33 10 29 -.138 1 0.06 0 1 0.00 1 7 0.39 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Blanchard, Abby 6 5 1 0.17 1 6 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Schauble, Kirstin 47 23 7 0.15 3 16 .250 46 0.98 5 8 0.11 2 23 0.49 0 0 0 0.00 1 1 Daniels, McKenzie 109 33 3 0.03 5 16 -.125 25 0.23 12 26 0.11 23 213 1.95 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Boyer-Quick, Grace 17 6 0 0.00 0 3 .000 3 0.18 0 2 0.00 1 17 1.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Schafer, Sydney 2 2 0 0.00 0 1 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Beadle, Lani 117 33 0 0.00 7 12 -.583 85 0.73 15 28 0.13 23 396 3.38 0 0 0 0.00 0 3 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Seattle U Opponents

117 33 1377 11.77 669 3758 .188 1290 11.03 138 285 1.18 175 1380 11.79 46 387 239.5 2.05 97 19 117 33 1487 12.71 604 3726 .237 1391 11.89 175 239 1.50 138 1460 12.48 55 427 268.5 2.29 66 39

WAC Matches: Record: 9-7

Home: 6-2

Away: 3-5

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Ivanis, Iris 49 13 173 3.53 67 408 .260 7 0.14 13 27 0.27 23 101 2.06 1 14 15 0.31 7 2 Samadan, Martina 40 12 123 3.08 23 224 .446 2 0.05 14 24 0.35 0 25 0.62 5 33 38 0.95 5 1 Jaeckel, Sarah 48 15 123 2.56 76 366 .128 7 0.15 8 9 0.17 18 97 2.02 2 6 8 0.17 0 0 Mamic, Matea 43 13 79 1.84 39 255 .157 5 0.12 10 21 0.23 17 74 1.72 4 13 17 0.40 3 1 Farley, Allison 57 16 104 1.82 44 294 .204 3 0.05 6 2 0.11 1 21 0.37 2 39 41 0.72 8 0 Stoll, Stephanie 54 16 82 1.52 29 216 .245 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 1 0.02 7 42 49 0.91 2 1 Goodrie, Alec 47 14 64 1.36 43 177 .119 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 1 10 0.21 0 26 26 0.55 10 0 Lane, Kerry 62 16 41 0.66 18 115 .200 649 10.47 11 35 0.18 1 108 1.74 2 21 23 0.37 6 4 Blanchard, Abby 3 2 1 0.33 0 2 .500 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Pedone, Karli 8 5 2 0.25 2 7 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 2 0.25 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Schauble, Kirstin 19 9 1 0.05 1 3 .000 8 0.42 1 3 0.05 0 10 0.53 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Daniels, McKenzie 61 16 1 0.02 1 7 .000 12 0.20 7 13 0.11 10 136 2.23 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Beadle, Lani 62 16 0 0.00 5 6 -.833 50 0.81 8 14 0.13 13 252 4.06 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Seattle U Opponents

62 16 794 12.81 348 2080 .214 743 11.98 78 148 1.26 93 837 13.50 23 194 120.0 1.94 41 10 62 16 768 12.39 323 2080 .214 720 11.61 93 129 1.50 78 805 12.98 26 246 149.0 2.40 34 22

2013 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Aug. 30 !vs. Texas Tech W, 3-0 Aug. 30 !at Weber State L, 0-3 Aug. 31 !vs. UC Riverside W, 3-0 Sept. 2 Eastern Washington L, 0-3 Sept. 3 at No. 5 Washington L, 0-3 Sept. 6 @vs. Arizona State L, 0-3 Sept. 7 @at Gonzaga L, 0-3 Sept. 7 @vs. UNLV L, 0-3 Sept. 10 at No. 20 Oregon L, 0-3 Sept. 13 #vs. College of Charleston L, 1-3 Sept. 13 #at Loyola Marymount L, 0-3 Sept. 14 #at Long Beach State L, 0-3 Sept. 17 at Cal State Northridge L, 0-3 Sept. 20 $at Washington State L, 0-3 Sept. 21 $vs. Nevada W, 3-0 Sept. 26 *Bakersfield L, 1-3 Sept. 28 *Utah Valley W, 3-2 Oct. 2 *at Grand Canyon W, 3-1 Oct. 4 *at UTPA W, 3-1 Oct. 6 *at New Mexico State L, 1-3

ALL-TIME RESULTS

Date Opponent Result Oct. 11 *Idaho W, 3-1 Oct. 14 *Grand Canyon W, 3-1 Oct. 17 *Chicago State W, 3-1 Oct. 19 *Missouri-Kansas City W, 3-0 Oct. 24 *at Bakersfield L, 0-3 Oct. 26 *at Utah Valley L, 0-3 Oct. 31 *Texas-Pan American W, 3-1 Nov. 2 *New Mexico State L, 1-3 Nov. 8 *at Idaho L, 1-3 Nov. 14 *at Missouri-Kansas City L, 1-3 Nov. 16 *at Chicago State W, 3-1 Nov. 25 +vs. No. 3 Utah Valley W, 3-2 Nov. 26 +vs. No. 2 Bakersfield L, 1-3

! – Wildcat Invitational (Ogden, Utah) @ – Gonzaga Invite (Spokane, Wash.) # – LBSU/LMU Tourney (Long Beach, Calif.) $ – Cougar Invite (Pullman, Wash.) * – WAC Match + – WAC Tournament (Phoenix, Ariz.)

Conf.

Overall

Conf.

Overall

Year W L

W L T

Year W L

W L T

1981 – –

1 2 0

2009 – –

7 20 0

1982 – –

0 17 0

2010 – –

18 13 0

1983 – –

1 23 0

2011 – –

5 22 0

1984 0 13

0 27 0

2012 4 14

9 19 0

2013 9 7

13 20 0

1985 Unavailable 1999 0 17

2 19 0

2000 0 18

4 23 0

2001 4 14

10 19 0

2002 12 6

22 7 0

2003 13 5

17 9 0

2004 12 6

14 12 0

2005 14 4

17 12 0

2006 9 7

18 9 0

2007 7 11

10 16 0

2008 – –

10 23 0

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TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN BRONCS

BRONC BITS

QUICK FACTS

Location:.......................................... Edinburg, Texas Joined WAC:........................................... July 1, 2013 Enrollment:...................................................... 20,057 Founded:...............................................................1927 Nickname:.........................................................Broncs Colors:............................Green, White and Orange Interim President:..........Dr. Havídan Rodriguez Director of Athletics:............................ Chris King Athletic Department:..................(956) 665-2221 Website:.............................www.UTPABroncs.com

n The Broncs won 13 matches in 2013, their winningest season since 2007 (15). n Texas-Pan American opened the 2013 season 10-5, tying for the second-best start in program

history and the best as an NCAA Division I program. n The Broncs led the WAC and were 49th nationally in aces per set at 1.45. n UTPA ranked 82nd in the NCAA and second in the WAC in average attendance with a program

record 652 per match.

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

n The Broncs ranked 100th in the NCAA and third in the WAC in total attendance with a program

Head Coach ................................................Brian Yale Volleyball Office ............................ (956) 665-7007

n Maria Kliefoth had a .275 hitting percentage in 2013, the third highest in a season in program

Arena ................................UTPA Fieldhouse (2,500) All-Time Arena Record .................102-134 (.432)

history. She now has a career hitting percentage of .240, tied for the third best in program history (minimum 500 attacks). She also ranks sixth with 183 career blocks.

record 7,176.

2013 Record ...........................................13-20 (.394) 2013 WAC Record ......................... 2-14 (.125), 8th Starters Returning/Lost ....................................6/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ................... 11/3

n Haley

All-Time Record ...............................280-561 (.333) All-Time WAC Record ...........................2-14 (.125) WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................0 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................0 Last WAC Title ....................................................... N/A NCAA Appearances .................................................0 NCAA Record ..............................................0-0 (.000)

n The 2014 season marks the Broncs’ 30th season at the NCAA Division I level.

2013 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 33-119 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 11.23 Blocks Per Set .......................................................1.63 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 14.26

UTPA FIELDHOUSE

Durham had 93 blocks in 2013, the seventh most in a season in program history. She now ranks second in program history in career blocks per set (0.76). She also ranks 10th in total blocks (155).

2014 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Aug. 29 !vs. Louisiana-Monroe 4 p.m. Aug. 30 !vs. Mississippi State 11:30 a.m. Aug. 30 !at Sam Houston State 7 p.m. Sept. 4 @Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 6 p.m. Sept. 5 @Lamar 12 p.m. Sept. 5 @Texas Tech 7 p.m. Sept. 6 @Northern Arizona 2 p.m. Sept. 12 #at Louisiana Tech 7 p.m. Sept. 13 #vs. Stephen F. Austin 12 p.m. Sept. 13 #vs. New Orleans 4:30 p.m. Sept. 19 $vs. Houston 3 p.m. Sept. 20 $at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 1 p.m. Sept. 20 $vs. Omaha 5 p.m. Sept. 25 *Bakersfield 7 p.m. Sept. 27 *Grand Canyon noon Oct. 2 *at Seattle U 6 p.m. Oct. 4 *at Utah Valley 1 p.m. Oct. 7 *at Texas Southern 7 p.m. Oct. 9 *at New Mexico State 7 p.m.

Time 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.

! – Sam Houston Invitational (Huntsville, Texas) @ – UTPA Tournament (Edinburg, Texas) # – Louisiana Tech Invitational (Ruston, La.) $ – Islanders Classic (Corpus Christi, Texas) * - WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

BRONC ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Havídan Rodriguez Interim President

Date Opponent Oct. 16 *Chicago State Oct. 18 *Missouri-Kansas City Oct. 23 *at Grand Canyon Oct. 25 *at Bakersfield Oct. 30 *Utah Valley Nov. 1 *Seattle U Nov. 4 at Incarnate Word Nov. 8 *New Mexico State Nov. 13 *at Missouri-Kansas City Nov. 15 *at Chicago State Nov. 20-22 WAC Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.)

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TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN COACHING STAFF

BRIAN YALE Alma Mater: Bowling Green, ‘96 Overall Record: 30-63 (.323), three years School Record: Same WAC Record: 2-14 (.125), one year

HEAD COACH FILE n Brian

Yale is entering his fourth season as head coach at Texas-Pan American and is the fourth-winningest coach in program history. He needs 11 wins to pass Angela Hubbard for third place.

n He has led the Broncs to three-win improvements in all three seasons

at the helm, going from seven wins in 2011 to 10 in 2012 to 13 in 2013. n Yale

spent six seasons as an assistant coach at Stephen F. Austin, during which time the team went 142-59, including a portion of a 62-match conference winning streak, and a 2006 NCAA Tournament victory over Alabama, where current UTPA Director of Athletics Chris King was working at the time.

n Prior to his time at SFA, he was head coach at Genoa High School in

Ohio for nine seasons, posting a 121-51 record, which included four league championships and a trip to the 2003 state semifinals. n

While at Genoa, Yale was also the head coach for the Toledo Volleyball Club, guiding his under-17 team to the national tournament in 2004.

n Yale was also the owner, manager and volleyball director of Synergy

Sports and Fitness in Toledo. n

As a player at Bowling Green, he led his team to the 1995 MIVA Division II Championship and the 1996 Mid-American Conference regularseason and tournament championships.

COACHING RECORDS Year School UTPA 2011 2012 UTPA 2013 UTPA

Overall Pct. 7-24 .226 10-19 .345 13-20 .394

30-63 (.323)/three years Overall Record UTPA Record Same 2-14 (.125)/one year WAC Record

Conference/Finish 1-9/6th Great West 3-5/3rd Great West 2-14/8th WAC

ASSISTANT COACHES Cameron Sitler King College (2009) 5th Year Lauren Mathewson Kansas State (2011) 1st Year

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TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

MARIA KLIEFOTH

HALEY DURHAM

ALISHA WATSON

MB, 6-0, Jr.

MB, 5-10, RS-Sr.

RS, 5-9, So.

Reached double-figures in kills for her seventh-straight match when she posted a team-best 10 kills vs. Bakersfield on Nov. 20 ... recorded a career-high 16 kills vs. Texas Southern on Nov. 6 ... named to the all-tournament team at the Sugar Bear Classic ... Recorded eight kills without an error in 15 attacks for a match-best .533 hitting percentage to go with five blocks against LouisianaMonroe (9/7) ... recorded a career-high eight blocks at Lamar on Sept. 2 ... as a freshman in 2012, named to the Great West Conference All-Newcomer Team ... earned AllTournament Team honors at the Lone Star Showdown ... made her first career start vs. Savannah State, recording six kills, four blocks and three digs on Aug. 25.

Led the team in hitting percentage (.275) and ranked second in kills (217) and blocks (83) last year ... named to the all-tournament teams at Big Daddy’s Invitational and the Sugar Bear Classic ... posted a career-high six digs to go with a match-high 15 kills at Chicago State on Oct. 12 ... tied her career high with 16 kills vs. Incarnate Word on Sept. 10 ... averaged 1.70 kills on .257 hitting and 0.51 blocks per set as a sophomore in 2012 ... named Great West Conference Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 24 after being named MVP of the Spartan Invitational ... as a freshman in 2011, ranked second on the team in blocks (0.58) and service aces (17), and fifth in kills (1.34).

Earned WAC All-Freshman Team honors ... saw action in 116 sets, the fifth-most by a freshman in program history ... recorded a career-high five blocks vs. Bakersfield on Nov. 20 ... tied her career high with 13 kills against Texas Southern on Nov. 6 ... posted her second-straight double-double with a career-high-tying 13 kills and 13 digs at Chicago State on Oct. 12 ... recorded her first career double-double with a match-high 10 kills and 10 digs at Missouri-Kansas City on Oct. 10 ... posted a careerhigh 13 kills on .429 hitting at McNeese State on Sept. 14 ... recorded a career-high 17 digs against Lamar on Sept. 2 ... named to the all-tournament team at the Marriott Houston Westchase Classic ... posted a career-high five service aces in win over Omaha on Aug. 31.

CAREER STATISTICS SP K DIG AST TB Year 2012 88 145 50 8 62 2013 117 291 31 10 93 436 81 18 155 Totals 205

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

CAREER STATISTICS SP K DIG AST TB Year 2011 103 138 57 7 60 132 30 11 40 2012 78 2013 110 217 40 3 83 Totals 291 487 127 21 183

2014 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name Shanice Faison Alisha Watson Kyra Hill Brianna Shannon Mary Kate Clark Maisy Munson Nausheen Merchant Maria Kliefoth Anjané Janda Macey Singleton Kasey Sanchez Krysta Freitas Diara Reynolds Haley Durham Corynn Acuff Dallas Jasper Taylor Williams

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

Ht. 5-5 5-9 5-10 5-4 5-10 5-10 5-6 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-9

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

Hometown (Previous School) Converse, Texas (Prairie View A&M) Round Rock, Texas (Round Rock) Chatsworth, Calif. (Sierra Canyon) Houston, Texas (Bellaire) Waxahachie, Texas (Waxahachie) Anthem, Ariz. (Colby CC) Kingwood, Texas (Panola) Berlin, Germany (Sportgymnasium Schwerin) Harker Heights, Texas (Harker Heights) Flower Mound, Texas (Flower Mound) San Benito, Texas (San Benito) Waianae, Hawaii (Hanalani) San Antonio, Texas (East Central) Honolulu, Hawaii (Henry J. Kaiser) Richmond, Texas (B.F. Terry) Annapolis, Md. (Broadneck) Corpus Christi, Texas (Foy H. Moody)

Top Returnees Haley Durham Maria Kliefoth Alisha Watson

Pos. MB MB RS

UTPA PROFILE Ht. Yr. K 6-0 Jr. 291 5-10 RS-Sr. 217 5-9 So. 212

Top Newcomers Mary Kate Clark Kyra Hill Maisy Munson

Pos. S OH S

Ht. 5-10 5-10 5-10

Yr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Key Loss Nycole Masaki

Pos. S

Ht. 5-6

Yr. Sr.

D 31 40 209

A 10 3 13

TB SA 93 4 83 3 47 23

D 225

A 1073

TB 33

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MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS INFORMATION

Director/Volleyball Contact Jonah Goldberg Address UTPA Athletics 1201 W. University Dr. Edinburg, TX 78539 (956) 665-2240 Office Number Goldberg’s Cell Number (516) 659-1177 Goldberg’s E-Mail goldbergjg@utpa.edu (956) 665-2261 Fax Number Press Row (956) 665-7271

MEDIA OUTLETS

The Monitor: gluca@themonitor.com

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Greg Luca

The Edinburg Review: pedro@valleytowncrier.com

Pedro Perez

The Brownsville Herald: bread@brownsvilleherald.com

Bryan Read

The Pan American: cardcutter66@gmail.com

Kristela Garza

TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN CAMPUS

Hometown (Previous School) Waxahachie, Texas (Waxahachie) Chatsworth, Calif. (Sierra Canyon) Anthem, Ariz. (Colby CC) K 53

CAREER STATISTICS SP K DIG AST TB Year 2013 116 212 209 13 47 Totals 116 212 209 13 47


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TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN 2013 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 13-20 Home: 4-7

Away: 3-11

Neutral: 6-2

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Durham, Haley 117 33 291 2.49 132 681 .233 10 0.09 4 15 0.03 1 31 0.26 22 71 93 0.79 19 1 Reynolds, Diara 55 16 116 2.11 66 385 .130 2 0.04 2 6 0.04 10 36 0.65 2 21 23 0.42 5 0 Kliefoth, Maria 110 31 217 1.97 68 542 .275 3 0.03 3 17 0.03 0 40 0.36 13 70 83 0.75 9 1 Watson, Alisha 116 33 212 1.83 120 632 .146 13 0.11 23 41 0.20 21 209 1.80 2 45 47 0.41 10 2 Janda, Anjane 99 32 145 1.46 89 478 .117 3 0.03 5 11 0.05 15 62 0.63 1 18 19 0.19 3 0 Freitas, Krysta 119 33 174 1.46 110 663 .097 22 0.18 35 45 0.29 26 283 2.38 1 21 22 0.18 5 1 Sanchez, Kasey 85 33 101 1.19 67 355 .096 9 0.11 8 23 0.09 11 106 1.25 0 16 16 0.19 1 3 Acuff, Corynn 31 19 24 0.77 12 61 .197 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 6 0.19 1 9 10 0.32 1 0 Masaki, Nycole 117 33 53 0.45 19 213 .160 1073 9.17 40 48 0.34 0 225 1.92 0 33 33 0.28 3 27 Faison, Shanice 98 29 2 0.02 5 24 -.125 27 0.28 9 29 0.09 24 290 2.96 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 Vargas, Angelica 71 29 1 0.01 2 11 -.091 6 0.08 6 2 0.08 11 57 0.80 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Merchant, Nausheen 66 19 0 0.00 3 16 -.188 39 0.59 12 23 0.18 19 213 3.23 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Martinez, Jessica 24 15 0 0.00 0 4 .000 1 0.04 1 4 0.04 2 11 0.46 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Singleton, Macey 113 33 0 0.00 1 15 -.067 28 0.25 24 16 0.21 0 128 1.13 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Texas-Pan American 119 33 1336 11.23 695 4081 .157 1236 10.39 172 281 1.45 151 1697 14.26 42 304 194.0 1.63 57 38 Opponents 119 33 1425 11.97 597 4000 .207 1324 11.13 151 250 1.27 172 1826 15.34 50 308 204.0 1.71 60 42

WAC Matches: Record: 2-14

Home: 1-7

Away: 1-7

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Durham, Haley 57 16 158 2.77 69 370 .241 5 0.09 3 10 0.05 1 21 0.37 4 29 33 0.58 5 1 Freitas, Krysta 57 16 120 2.11 72 425 .113 8 0.14 15 20 0.26 12 126 2.21 1 9 10 0.18 4 1 Watson, Alisha 55 16 104 1.89 66 316 .120 5 0.09 11 26 0.20 12 100 1.82 2 23 25 0.45 5 1 Kliefoth, Maria 51 14 84 1.65 32 244 .213 1 0.02 1 12 0.02 0 20 0.39 4 31 35 0.69 5 1 Sanchez, Kasey 51 16 76 1.49 49 264 .102 5 0.10 5 20 0.10 6 72 1.41 0 13 13 0.25 1 2 Janda, Anjane 44 15 48 1.09 43 196 .026 1 0.02 2 4 0.05 6 34 0.77 0 5 5 0.11 0 0 Acuff, Corynn 19 10 11 0.58 5 30 .200 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 4 0.21 0 5 5 0.26 1 0 Masaki, Nycole 57 16 20 0.35 11 101 .089 523 9.18 20 29 0.35 0 93 1.63 0 15 15 0.26 2 14 Faison, Shanice 57 16 2 0.04 4 20 -.100 15 0.26 2 11 0.04 16 207 3.63 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 Martinez, Jessica 15 9 0 0.00 0 2 .000 0 0.00 0 3 0.00 2 6 0.40 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Merchant, Nausheen 8 3 0 0.00 1 3 -.333 2 0.25 0 1 0.00 4 27 3.38 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Vargas, Angelica 41 16 0 0.00 0 4 .000 4 0.10 4 1 0.10 8 28 0.68 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Singleton, Macey 56 16 0 0.00 0 8 .000 6 0.11 4 7 0.07 0 79 1.41 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Texas-Pan American 57 16 623 10.93 352 1983 .137 575 10.09 67 145 1.18 74 817 14.33 11 130 76.0 1.33 23 22 Opponents 57 16 716 12.56 247 1904 .246 664 11.65 74 112 1.30 67 908 15.93 29 168 113.0 1.98 29 15

2013 RESULTS

Date Opponent Result L, 1-3 Aug. 30 !vs. Louisiana Aug. 31 !vs. Omaha W, 3-0 Aug. 31 !at Houston Baptist L, 2-3 Sept. 2 at Lamar W, 3-2 Sept. 6 @vs. Jackson State W, 3-0 Sept. 6 @vs. UAPB W, 3-0 Sept. 7 @vs. Louisiana-Monroe W, 3-0 Sept. 7 @at Central Arkansas L, 0-3 Sept. 10 Incarnate Word W, 3-2 Sept. 13 #vs. Louisiana-Monroe W, 3-0 Sept. 13 #vs. Prairie View A&M W, 3-0 Sept. 14 #at McNeese State W, 3-2 Sept. 14 #vs. Southern Miss L, 0-3 Sept. 20 at A&M-Corpus Christi L, 0-3 Sept. 21 Huston-Tillotson W, 3-0 Sept. 23 at Texas Southern L, 1-3 Sept. 28 *New Mexico State L, 1-3 Sept. 30 *Utah Valley L, 0-3 Oct. 3 *Idaho L, 0-3

Date Opponent Result L, 1-3 Oct. 4 *Seattle U Oct. 10 *at Missouri-Kansas City L, 0-3 Oct. 12 *at Chicago State W, 3-2 L, 0-3 Oct. 17 *at Utah Valley Oct. 19 *at Bakersfield L, 0-3 Oct. 21 *Grand Canyon L, 1-3 Oct. 26 *at New Mexico State L, 0-3 Oct. 31 *at Seattle U L, 1-3 Nov. 2 *at Idaho L, 1-3 Nov. 6 Texas Southern W, 3-1 Nov. 7 *Chicago State W, 3-1 Nov. 9 *Missouri-Kansas City L, 1-3 Nov. 15 *at Grand Canyon L, 0-3 Nov. 20 *Bakersfield L, 0-3 ! – HBU Tournament (Houston, Texas) @ – Sugar Bear Classic (Conway, Ark.) # – Big Daddy’s Invite (Lake Charles, La.) * – WAC Match

Conf. Year W L 1985 – – 1986 – – 1987 0 7 1988 2 9 1989 1 9 1990 0 12 1991 0 6 1992 0 9 1993 3 6 1994 0 9 1995 3 6 1996 3 6 1997 1 8 1998 – – 1999 – – 2000 – – 2001 – –

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Overall W L T 7 14 0 8 17 0 1 29 0 5 19 0 2 16 0 6 26 0 4 20 0 1 27 0 11 20 0 6 22 0 18 14 0 19 15 0 12 15 0 8 15 0 8 20 0 17 18 0 15 17 0

Conf. Year W L 2002 – – 2003 – – 2004 – – 2005 – – 2006 – – 2007 – – 2008 – – 2009 5 7 2010 4 8 2011 1 9 2012 3 5 2013 2 14

Overall W L T 16 19 0 19 15 0 11 22 0 10 19 0 6 24 0 15 18 0 8 18 0 8 17 0 9 22 0 7 24 0 10 19 0 13 20 0


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UTAH VALLEY WOLVERINES

WOLVERINE BITS

QUICK FACTS

n In their first season in the WAC last year, the Wolverines tied for third with an 11-5 conference

Location:.................................................. Orem, Utah Joined WAC:........................................... July 1, 2013 Enrollment:...................................................... 31,405 Founded:...............................................................1941 Nickname:................................................ Wolverines Colors:.............................................Green and White President:.............................. Dr. Matthew Holland Athletics Director:..........................Vince Otoupal Athletic Department:..................(801) 863-8998 Ticket Office:....................................(801) 863-7469 Website:.....................www.WolverineGreen.com

VOLLEYBALL FACTS

record, which included a 6-2 league mark at home.

n UVU returns two first team All-WAC performers as well as one who was named to the WAC All-

Freshman Team. First team selections Lauren Bakker and McKenna Tait, as well as All-Freshman selection Nakisha Willden, are all back for UVU in 2014.

n Utah Valley has won 18 or more matches in each of its last five seasons. n The

Wolverines have finished above .500 for nine consecutive seasons, including winning a school record 23 matches in 2011 (23-9).

n The Wolverines

will take on seven schools that appeared in the 2013 NCAA Tournament this year, including semifinalist Washington on Sept. 6 in Provo, Utah.

Head Coach ................................................Sam Atoa Volleyball Office ............................ (801) 863-8657

n UVU will take on all five in-state Division I opponents in 2014. The Wolverines will host two of

Arena ...........................................PE Building (2,000) All-Time Arena Record ......................93-38 (.710)

n After playing its first 11 matches on the road, Utah Valley hosts the La Quinta Inn & Suites Invi-

2013 Record ...........................................18-15 (.545) 2013 WAC Record ......................11-5 (.688), T-3rd Starters Returning/Lost ....................................5/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ................... 10/5

n This past May, Utah Valley embarked on a two and a half week humanitarian aid focused tour

All-Time Record ...............................193-128 (.601) All-Time WAC Record ...........................11-5 (.688) WAC Regular-Season Titles .................................0 WAC Tournament Titles .........................................0 Last WAC Title ....................................................... N/A NCAA Appearances ................................................0 NCAA Record ..............................................0-0 (.000) 2013 Team Stats Matches-Sets Played .................................. 33-123 Kills Per Set ........................................................ 12.28 Blocks Per Set .......................................................2.38 Digs Per Set ........................................................ 13.59

PE BUILDING

Dr. Matthew Holland President

those five at the PE Building this season in Weber State on Oct. 14 and Utah State on Nov. 10.

tational on Sept. 19-20. The tournament begins a six-match homestand that will continue into WAC play.

to New Zealand and Samoa. While in the foreign countries, the Wolverines not only won all of their exhibition matches but also delivered school supplies, books, computers, clothing, medical supplies and athletic equipment to people in need.

2014 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29 !at Kansas Aug. 29 !vs. Creighton Aug. 30 !vs. Lipscomb Sept. 1 !vs. Wyoming Sept. 5 @vs. UMBC Sept. 6 @vs. Washington Sept. 6 @at Brigham Young Sept. 9 at Utah Sept. 12 #vs. Jackson State Sept. 13 #vs. Abilene Christian Sept. 13 #at North Texas Sept. 19 $Idaho State Sept. 20 $UC Riverside Sept. 20 $Portland Sept. 27 *Seattle U Oct. 2 *New Mexico State Oct. 4 *Texas-Pan American Oct. 9 *at Missouri-Kansas City Oct. 11 *at Chicago State Oct. 14 Weber State

Time 11:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 5 p.m. 4 p.m. 10 a.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 12 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. noon 7 p.m.

Date Opponent Oct. 16 *Grand Canyon Oct. 18 *Bakersfield Oct. 21 at Southern Utah Oct. 25 *at Seattle U Oct. 30 *at Texas-Pan American Nov. 1 *at New Mexico State Nov. 6 *Chicago State Nov. 8 *Missouri-Kansas City Nov. 10 at Utah State Nov. 13 *at Bakersfield Nov. 15 *at Grand Canyon Nov. 20-22 WAC Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.) ! – Kansas Invitational (Lawrence, Kan.) @ – BYU Invitational (Provo, Utah) # – Mean Green Classic (Denton, Texas) $ – La Quinta Inn & Suites Invite (Orem, Utah) * - WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change

WOLVERINE ADMINISTRATION

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Vince Otoupal Athletics Director 48 2014 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Megan Kennedy Sr. Associate AD/SWA

James Warnick Volleyball SID

Time 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m.


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UTAH VALLEY COACHING STAFF

SAM ATOA Alma Mater: Brigham Young, ‘88 Overall Record: 331-159 (.676), 15 years School Record: same WAC Record: 11-5 (.688), one year

HEAD COACH FILE n Sam Atoa enters his 16th season at the helm of Utah Valley, making

him the second longest tenured coach at UVU. n Atoa, who picked up his 300th victory over Nevada in 2012, holds a

career record of 331-159. n This

year marks his 12th season of coaching at the Division I level and he enters the year with a 193-128 Division I record.

n In his inaugural season in the WAC last year, Atoa led UVU to an 11-5

conference record, which was good enough for a share of third place. n Atoa was twice named the Great West Conference Coach of the Year

during UVU’s four-year stint in the league, as he led the Wolverines to back-to-back league titles in 2011 and 2012. n Atoa,

who hails from the island of Samoa, is highly honored and respected in his country. He received the Papalii or “Son of the King” title from the late Head of State of Samoa, His Highness Malietoa Tanumafili II.

n While at Utah Valley, Atoa has helped guide UVU from a junior col-

lege program all the way to the NCAA Division I level. During his first couple of seasons at the helm in Orem, he led his Wolverines to the NJCAA National Tournament twice, including a third-place finish in 2000. COACHING RECORDS Year School Utah Valley 1999 2000 Utah Valley 2001 Utah Valley 2002 Utah Valley 2003 Utah Valley 2004 Utah Valley 2005 Utah Valley 2006 Utah Valley 2007 Utah Valley 2008 Utah Valley 2009 Utah Valley 2010 Utah Valley 2011 Utah Valley 2012 Utah Valley 2013 Utah Valley Overall Record Division I Record WAC Record

Overall Pct. 32-12 .727 37-8 .822 43-6 .878 26-5 .839 10-14 .417 11-16 .407 18-11 .621 17-11 .607 21-10 .677 14-12 .538 22-10 .688 21-11 .656 23-9 .719 18-9 .667 18-15 .545

Conference/Finish 11-5 Scenic West/3rd 13-1 Scenic West/1st 14-2 Scenic West/2nd 12-2 Scenic West/2nd — — — — — — 10-2 GWC/2nd 9-3 GWC/2nd 9-1 GWC/1st 7-1 GWC/T-1st 11-5 WAC/T-3rd

331-159 (.676)/15 years 193-128 (.601)/11 years 11-5 (.688)/one year

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ASSISTANT COACHES Daniel Jones Canterbury (2002) 1st Year Scott Lee 8th Year


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UTAH VALLEY TOP PLAYERS AND ROSTER

MCKENNA TAIT

LAUREN BAKKER

KALANI NORRIS

OH, 6-0, Sr.

MB, 6-1, Jr.

L, 5-8, Sr.

Started all 33 matches, tallying 333 kills, 20 aces and 234 digs last season ... finished with four double-doubles ... led the team in points (375), attacks and kills ... finished with career highs of 22 kills and 18 digs on Oct. 3 against Missouri-Kansas City ... earned Academic All-WAC honors ... as a sophomore in 2012, named second team All-Great West after tallying 176 kills, 23 total blocks and 131 digs ... named GWC Player of the Week on Oct. 15 ... posted two double-doubles on the season ... as a freshman in 2011, appeared in 27 matches, starting in nine ... finished with 93 kills, 68 digs, 23 blocks and 14 aces ... posted a season-high 12 kills against Houston Baptist on Oct. 27.

Named first team All-WAC after leading the league in blocks in WAC matches (1.57) last year as a sophomore ... ranked 32nd nationally in blocks per set (1.31) ... set UVU single-season records for total blocks (160), block assists (143) and solo blocks (17) ... finished the season with four double-doubles ... earned Great West Conference Newcomer of the Year and first team All-GWC honors in 2012 when she led the league in blocks and set the program single-season record for blocks per set (1.45) ... named GWC Player of the Week on Oct. 15 ... named to the all-tournament teams at both the Wildcat Classic and the Roadrunner Classic.

CAREER STATISTICS SP K DIG AST TB Year 2011 62 93 68 8 23 2012 72 176 131 13 27 2013 120 333 234 32 41 Totals 254 602 433 53 91

CAREER STATISTICS SP K DIG AST TB Year 2012 102 181 20 5 148 2013 122 275 48 11 160 456 68 16 308 Totals 224

Earned first team All-WAC honors last season after leading the WAC in service aces (55/0.51) and ranking fourth in digs (520/4.23) ... had 10 or more digs in 28 of 33 matches and two or more service aces in 15 matches ... appeared in all 27 matches as a sophomore in 2012 ... named Great West Conference Player of the Week ... had a career-high 33 digs at Houston Baptist on Oct. 6 ... earned GWC All-Tournament team honors ... set the UVU single-match record with eight service aces at Chicago State on Nov. 10 ... as a freshman in 2011, named to the GWC All-Newcomer Team ... program’s all-time leader in career service aces (143), while also ranking tied for first (55) and third (51) in the single-season record books.

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2014 UTAH VALLEY NUMERICAL ROSTER

Name McKenzie Schenk Sierra Starley Macky Treanor Cydney Lund Jaramey Barney Kiahna Steiner Nakisha Willden Audrey Guiberson McKenna Tait Cassie Wahlin Megan Hunt Kalani Norris Kelcee Munk Jen Hardman Lauren Bakker Lexi Thompson Madison Wolford

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

Ht. 6-0 5-11 5-9 5-4 6-3 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-8 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-9 6-1 6-0 6-0

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

Hometown (Previous School) Morgan, Utah (Morgan) Twin Falls, Idaho (Twin Falls) Salem, Utah (Salem Hills) Lehi, Utah (Lehi) St. George, Utah (Snow Canyon) Billings, Mont. (Billings Senior) South Jordan, Utah (Bingham) Fort Collins, Colo. (Fort Lewis) South Jordan, Utah (Bingham) Keller, Texas (Keller) Mesa, Ariz. (Chandler-Gilbert CC) Panguitch, Utah (Panguitch) Mesa, Ariz. (Mesa) American Fork, Utah (Dixie State) Kaysville, Utah (Davis) South Jordan, Utah (Bingham) Pleasant Grove, Utah (Pleasant Grove)

Top Returnees Kalani Norris Lauren Bakker McKenna Tait

Pos. OH MB L

UTAH VALLEY PROFILE Ht. Yr. K D 6-0 Sr. 333 234 6-1 Jr. 275 48 5-8 Sr. 3 520

Top Newcomers Cydney Lund Madison Wolford

Pos. DS MB

Ht. 5-4 6-0

Key Losses Brookelyn Hall Katie Fritzler

Pos. Ht. Yr. K D A TB SA S 6-0 Sr. 118 283 1161 96 20 MB 5-11 Sr. 204 37 7 106 3

Yr. Fr. Fr.

A 32 11 35

CAREER STATISTICS Year SP K DIG AST TB 2011 111 2 345 89 0 2012 102 108 323 60 17 2013 123 3 520 96 0 Totals 336 113 1188 245 17

TB SA 41 20 160 9 0 55

Hometown (Previous School) Lehi, Utah (Lehi) Pleasant Grove, Utah (Pleasant Grove)

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Director Clint Burgi Volleyball Contact James Warnick Address 800 W. University Pkwy. Orem, UT 84058 Office Number (801) 863-6231 Warnick’s Cell Number (801) 376-0814 Warnick’s E-Mail James.Warnick@uvu.edu Fax Number (801) 863-8813 Press Row (801) 376-0814

MEDIA OUTLETS

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UVU Review: Alyssa Synakowski (315) 790-1347 alyssa.k.synakowski@gmail.com UTAH VALLEY CAMPUS


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UTAH VALLEY 2013 STATISTICS AND RESULTS All Matches: Record: 18-15 Home: 8-8

Away: 7-5

Neutral: 3-2

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Treanor, Macky 53 16 181 3.42 51 468 .278 15 0.28 14 32 0.26 21 119 2.25 1 21 22 0.42 0 1 Norris, Kalani 120 33 333 2.78 162 903 .189 32 0.27 20 35 0.17 51 234 1.95 4 37 41 0.34 11 1 Stringham, Lauren 122 33 275 2.25 99 646 .272 11 0.09 9 28 0.07 4 48 0.39 17 143 160 1.31 13 2 Fritzler, Katie 120 33 204 1.70 73 546 .240 7 0.06 3 6 0.03 3 37 0.31 4 102 106 0.88 2 1 Willden, Nakisha 105 33 175 1.67 114 523 .117 19 0.18 8 18 0.08 32 167 1.59 3 22 25 0.24 2 1 Wahlin, Cassie 102 31 165 1.62 77 486 .181 15 0.15 14 24 0.14 1 153 1.50 3 56 59 0.58 4 2 Hall, Brookelyn 123 33 118 0.96 23 302 .315 1161 9.44 20 19 0.16 0 283 2.30 1 95 96 0.78 13 16 Barney, Jaramey 19 13 16 0.84 6 48 .208 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 7 0.37 1 11 12 0.63 3 0 Munk, Kelcee 47 22 31 0.66 32 130 -.008 8 0.17 8 18 0.17 2 50 1.06 0 23 23 0.49 2 1 Taylor, Kaysie 10 7 6 0.60 7 20 -.050 2 0.20 0 4 0.00 0 6 0.60 0 3 3 0.30 1 0 Steele, Rachel 3 3 1 0.33 1 3 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 1 0 Steiner, Kiahna 9 6 1 0.11 1 10 .000 0 0.00 0 2 0.00 0 4 0.44 0 1 1 0.11 0 0 Hardman, Jen 36 19 1 0.03 0 5 .200 29 0.81 0 1 0.00 1 35 0.97 0 4 4 0.11 0 1 Tait, McKenna 123 33 3 0.02 3 35 .000 96 0.78 55 27 0.45 13 520 4.23 0 0 0 0.00 0 2 Biggs, Kat 11 8 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 8 0.73 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Utah Valley Opponents

123 33 1510 12.28 649 4125 .209 1395 11.34 151 215 1.23 142 1671 13.59 34 518 293.0 2.38 52 28 123 33 1496 12.16 709 4175 .189 1406 11.43 142 240 1.15 151 1707 13.88 53 479 292.5 2.38 60 33

WAC Matches: Record: 11-5

Home: 6-2

Away: 5-3

|--------------ATTACK---------------| |----SET----| |------SERVE-------| |-----DIG------| |---------------BLOCKING---------------| Player SP MP K K/S E TA Pct A A/S SA SE SA/S RE DIG D/S BS BA Total B/S BE BHE Norris, Kalani 61 16 170 2.79 73 451 .215 18 0.30 13 13 0.21 30 126 2.07 2 23 25 0.41 4 0 Treanor, Macky 9 3 25 2.78 8 58 .293 3 0.33 1 4 0.11 2 15 1.67 0 5 5 0.56 0 0 Stringham, Lauren 61 16 158 2.59 57 368 .274 5 0.08 6 15 0.10 2 30 0.49 9 87 96 1.57 6 2 Willden, Nakisha 56 16 112 2.00 76 334 .108 7 0.12 3 11 0.05 17 106 1.89 2 15 17 0.30 1 1 Fritzler, Katie 58 16 113 1.95 32 278 .291 1 0.02 0 0 0.00 0 14 0.24 2 56 58 1.00 1 0 Wahlin, Cassie 59 16 113 1.92 50 312 .202 10 0.17 10 14 0.17 1 112 1.90 3 42 45 0.76 2 1 Barney, Jaramey 9 5 15 1.67 4 40 .275 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 4 0.44 0 6 6 0.67 2 0 Hall, Brookelyn 61 16 50 0.82 10 142 .282 591 9.69 8 10 0.13 0 155 2.54 1 56 57 0.93 7 7 Munk, Kelcee 18 10 10 0.56 10 37 .000 0 0.00 2 5 0.11 1 10 0.56 0 5 5 0.28 1 0 Taylor, Kaysie 4 3 2 0.50 4 11 -.182 1 0.25 0 1 0.00 0 3 0.75 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Steiner, Kiahna 5 4 1 0.20 1 8 .000 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 2 0.40 0 1 1 0.20 0 0 Hardman, Jen 8 7 1 0.12 0 4 .250 27 3.38 0 1 0.00 0 5 0.62 0 4 4 0.50 0 1 Tait, McKenna 61 16 3 0.05 1 18 .111 44 0.72 31 11 0.51 5 288 4.72 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 Biggs, Kat 7 4 0 0.00 0 0 .000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 7 1.00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 Steele, 1 1 0 0.00 1 1 -1.000 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.00 1 0 Rachel _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Utah Valley Opponents

61 16 773 12.67 327 2062 .216 707 11.59 74 86 1.21 65 877 14.38 19 300 169.0 2.77 25 13 61 16 679 11.13 387 2110 .138 641 10.51 65 104 1.07 74 847 13.89 31 228 145.0 2.38 30 20

Date Opponent Aug. 30 !Arizona State Aug. 31 !North Dakota State Aug. 31 !No. 24 Wichita State Sept. 3 No. 25 Brigham Young Sept. 6 @vs. Eastern Kentucky Sept. 7 @vs. Butler Sept. 7 @at Arizona Sept. 13 #Idaho State Sept. 14 #UC Irvine Sept. 14 #Utah Sept. 17 at Weber State Sept. 20 $vs. UC Riverside Sept. 20 $vs. Wyoming Sept. 21 $at Air Force Sept. 26 *at Idaho Sept. 28 *at Seattle U *at Texas-Pan American Sept. 30 *Missouri-Kansas City Oct. 3 Oct. 5 *Chicago State *at Bakersfield Oct. 10

2013 RESULTS Result L, 0-3 W, 3-0 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-1 L, 0-3 L, 0-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-0 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 L, 0-3

ALL-TIME DIVISION I RESULTS

Date Opponent Oct. 12 *at Grand Canyon Oct. 15 at Utah State Oct. 17 *Texas-Pan American Oct. 19 *New Mexico State Oct. 24 *Idaho Oct. 26 *Seattle U Oct. 28 Southern Utah Nov. 2 *at Missouri-Kansas City Nov. 4 *at Chicago State Nov. 7 *Grand Canyon Nov. 16 *Bakersfield Nov. 21 *at New Mexico State Nov. 25 +vs. No. 6 Seattle U

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

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Conf. Year W L 2003 – – 2004 – – 2005 – – 2006 – – 2007 – – 2008 – – 2009 10 2 2010 9 3 2011 9 1 2012 7 1 2013 11 5

Overall W L T 10 14 0 11 16 0 18 11 0 17 11 0 21 10 0 14 12 0 22 10 0 21 11 0 23 9 0 18 9 0 18 15 0


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2013 TEAM STATISTICS ALL MATCHES

SERVICE ACES

HITTING EFFICIENCY Team Idaho New Mexico State Bakersfield Utah Valley Seattle U Kansas City Grand Canyon Texas-Pan American Chicago State

S K E ATT Pct 116 1459 473 4032 .245 120 1546 644 4041 .223 122 1712 742 4455 .218 123 1510 649 4125 .209 117 1377 669 3758 .188 110 1354 621 4181 .175 116 1403 697 4453 .159 119 1336 695 4081 .157 107 1172 646 3564 .148

OPPONENT HITTING EFFICIENCY Team New Mexico State Kansas City Utah Valley Grand Canyon Bakersfield Texas-Pan American Idaho Seattle U Chicago State

S K E ATT Pct 120 1328 755 4107 .140 110 1459 689 4219 .183 123 1496 709 4175 .189 116 1507 637 4496 .194 122 1389 570 4228 .194 119 1425 597 4000 .207 116 1594 707 4235 .209 117 1487 604 3726 .237 107 1390 448 3352 .281

KILLS Team Bakersfield New Mexico State Idaho Kansas City Utah Valley Grand Canyon Seattle U Texas-Pan American Chicago State

S K Avg 122 1712 14.03 120 1546 12.88 116 1459 12.58 110 1354 12.31 123 1510 12.28 116 1403 12.09 117 1377 11.77 119 1336 11.23 107 1172 10.95

ASSISTS Team Bakersfield New Mexico State Kansas City Idaho Grand Canyon Utah Valley Seattle U Texas-Pan American Chicago State

S Ast. Avg 122 1626 13.33 120 1418 11.82 110 1276 11.60 116 1341 11.56 116 1323 11.41 123 1395 11.34 117 1290 11.03 119 1236 10.39 107 1103 10.31

BLOCKING Team Kansas City New Mexico State Idaho Utah Valley Seattle U Grand Canyon Bakersfield Texas-Pan American Chicago State

S BS 110 71 120 91 116 49 123 34 117 46 116 54 122 33 119 42 107 27

BA TB Avg 478 310.0 2.82 445 313.5 2.61 476 287.0 2.47 518 293.0 2.38 387 239.5 2.05 330 219.0 1.89 354 210.0 1.72 304 194.0 1.63 200 127.0 1.19

Team Texas-Pan American Bakersfield Idaho Utah Valley Chicago State Seattle U New Mexico State Grand Canyon Kansas City

ASSISTS S SA Avg 119 172 1.45 122 166 1.36 116 148 1.28 123 151 1.23 107 130 1.21 117 138 1.18 120 138 1.15 116 128 1.10 110 101 0.92

Team Bakersfield New Mexico State Seattle U Kansas City Utah Valley Idaho Grand Canyon Chicago State Texas-Pan American

S D Avg 116 2069 17.84 110 1791 16.28 122 1963 16.09 120 1728 14.40 119 1697 14.26 116 1634 14.09 123 1671 13.59 107 1322 12.36 117 1380 11.79

Team New Mexico State Kansas City Utah Valley Idaho Seattle U Grand Canyon Bakersfield Texas-Pan American Chicago State

DIGS

S 60 55 62 61 61 61 57 58 57

Ast. Avg 802 13.37 686 12.47 743 11.98 709 11.62 707 11.59 691 11.33 635 11.14 588 10.14 575 10.09

BLOCKING

Team Grand Canyon Kansas City Bakersfield New Mexico State Texas-Pan American Idaho Utah Valley Chicago State Seattle U

HITTING EFFICIENCY S 55 61 60 61 62 61 57 58 57

K 750 750 849 773 794 764 675 628 623

E ATT Pct 269 1815 .265 238 2117 .242 335 2205 .233 327 2062 .216 348 2080 .214 331 2319 .187 334 2238 .152 359 1933 .139 352 1983 .137

OPPONENT HITTING EFFICIENCY Team New Mexico State Utah Valley Kansas City Bakersfield Idaho Seattle U Grand Canyon Texas-Pan American Chicago State

S 55 61 61 60 61 62 57 57 58

K 574 679 803 677 815 768 806 716 768

E ATT Pct 378 1887 .104 387 2110 .138 369 2332 .186 269 2071 .197 367 2230 .201 323 2080 .214 307 2288 .218 247 1904 .246 246 1850 .282

S 60 55 62 61 61 61 57 57 58

K Avg 849 14.15 750 13.64 794 12.81 773 12.67 764 12.52 750 12.30 675 11.84 623 10.93 628 10.83

KILLS Team Bakersfield New Mexico State Seattle U Utah Valley Kansas City Idaho Grand Canyon Texas-Pan American Chicago State

BS 51 35 19 25 23 30 13 11 17

BA TB Avg 226 164.0 2.98 271 170.5 2.80 300 169.0 2.77 260 155.0 2.54 194 120.0 1.94 155 107.5 1.89 175 100.5 1.67 130 76.0 1.33 118 76.0 1.31

SERVICE ACES

WAC MATCHES Team New Mexico State Idaho Bakersfield Utah Valley Seattle U Kansas City Grand Canyon Chicago State Texas-Pan American

S 55 61 61 61 62 57 60 57 58

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Team Bakersfield Idaho Seattle U Utah Valley Texas-Pan American Chicago State New Mexico State Grand Canyon Kansas City

S SA Avg 60 92 1.53 61 85 1.39 62 78 1.26 61 74 1.21 57 67 1.18 58 65 1.12 55 61 1.11 57 53 0.93 61 53 0.87

DIGS Team Grand Canyon Bakersfield Kansas City New Mexico State Idaho Utah Valley Texas-Pan American Seattle U Chicago State

S D Avg 57 1036 18.18 60 983 16.38 61 998 16.36 55 804 14.62 61 886 14.52 61 877 14.38 57 817 14.33 62 837 13.50 58 725 12.50


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2013 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ALL MATCHES

DIGS

HITTING PERCENTAGE

(Minimum .200/4.0 attacks per set) Player S K Martina Samadan, SU 62 201 Alyssa Schultz, UI 116 290 Desiree Scott, NMSU 120 311 Molly O’Hagan, CSUB 122 356 Taylor Wilkinson, UI 116 184 Gwen Murphy, NMSU 120 242 Preslie Alexander, NMSU 97 159 Maria Kliefoth, UTPA 110 217 Lauren Stringham, UVU 122 275 Jessica Hastriter, UI 111 336

E 44 55 94 103 54 99 55 68 99 116

Att Pct 377 .416 625 .376 588 .369 773 .327 416 .312 505 .283 371 .280 542 .275 646 .272 901 .244

KILLS Player Debora Araujo, CSUB Paula Sioto, CSU Martina Samadan, SU Jessica Hastriter, UI Iris Ivanis, SU Kelsee Sawyer, CSUB Molly O’Hagan, CSUB Kalani Norris, UVU Shannon Dugan, GCU Sydney Crimmins, UMKC

S No. Avg 122 476 3.90 107 392 3.66 62 201 3.24 111 336 3.03 104 307 2.95 118 348 2.95 122 356 2.92 120 333 2.78 99 263 2.66 110 288 2.62

S 122 116 123 115 117 107 114 119 110 120

No. Avg 1256 10.30 1178 10.16 1161 9.44 1076 9.36 1073 9.17 969 9.06 654 5.74 676 5.68 614 5.58 625 5.21

SERVICE ACES Player McKenna Tait, UVU Martina Samadan, SU Nycole Masaki, UTPA Julia Menhart, CSU Krysta Freitas, UTPA Michele Brown, UI Mia Townsell, CSU Kelsee Sawyer, CSUB Iris Ivanis, SU Debora Araujo, CSUB

S 116 122 110 123 116 117 120 66 105 98

POINTS

S No. Avg 123 55 0.45 62 22 0.35 117 40 0.34 105 31 0.30 119 35 0.29 91 26 0.29 81 22 0.27 118 31 0.26 104 27 0.26 122 30 0.25

Player Fernanda Goncalves, CSUB Kerry Lane, SU Meredith Coba, UI Brookelyn Hall, UVU Nycole Masaki, UTPA Mackenzie Lotter, CSU Ciara Brown, NMSU Taylor Livoti, NMSU Jessica Posse, GCU Kaylyn Brandt, UMKC

S 60 62 61 61 57 58 54 55 55 61

No. Avg 695 11.58 649 10.47 605 9.92 591 9.69 523 9.18 527 9.09 319 5.91 312 5.67 309 5.62 340 5.57

SERVICE ACES

Player S Debora Araujo, CSUB 122 Martina Samadan, SU 62 Paula Sioto, CSU 107 Desiree Scott, NMSU 120 Molly O’Hagan, CSUB 122 Iris Ivanis, SU 104 Kelsee Sawyer, CSUB 118 Sydney Crimmins, UMKC 110 Alyssa Schultz, UI 116 111 Jessica Hastriter, UI

K 476 201 392 311 356 307 348 288 290 336

SA BS BA Pts. 30 4 47 533.5 22 8 54 258.0 18 2 49 436.5 4 48 110 418.0 11 9 85 418.5 27 4 31 353.5 31 2 28 395.0 16 19 90 368.0 9 13 129 376.5 4 2 35 359.5

Avg 4.37 4.16 4.08 3.48 3.43 3.40 3.35 3.35 3.25 3.24

(Minimum .200/4.0 attacks per set) Player S K Gwen Murphy, NMSU 55 143 Martina Samadan, SU 40 123 Desiree Scott, NMSU 55 153 Alyssa Schultz, UI 61 139 Preslie Alexander, NMSU 45 81 Molly O’Hagan, CSUB 60 171 Ali Forde, UI 38 84 Taylor Wilkinson, UI 61 100 Katie Fritzler, UVU 58 113 Lauren Stringham, UVU 61 158

E 33 23 42 30 20 42 19 29 32 57

Att Pct 234 .470 224 .446 277 .401 308 .354 177 .345 381 .339 212 .307 236 .301 278 .291 368 .274

KILLS Player Debora Araujo, CSUB Paula Sioto, CSU Iris Ivanis, SU Kelsee Sawyer, CSUB Martina Samadan, SU Jessica Hastriter, UI Molly O’Hagan, CSUB Kalani Norris, UVU Desiree Scott, NMSU Haley Durham, UTPA

Player McKenna Tait, UVU Nycole Masaki, UTPA Martina Samadan, SU Michele Brown, UI Bradley Nash, NMSU Debora Araujo, CSUB Ashley Christman, UI Star Tucker-Campbell, CSUB Iris Ivanis, SU Krysta Freitas, UTPA

S No. Avg 61 31 0.51 57 20 0.35 40 14 0.35 56 18 0.32 55 17 0.31 60 18 0.30 58 16 0.28 33 9 0.27 49 13 0.27 57 15 0.26

BLOCKS

WAC MATCHES

S 60 58 49 56 40 56 60 61 55 57

BLOCKS Player Desiree Scott, NMSU Lauren Stringham, UVU Emma Hagedorn, UMKC Alyssa Schultz, UI Taylor Wilkinson, UI Gwen Murphy, NMSU Melissa Hartsel, UMKC Martina Samadan, SU

No. Avg 655 5.65 609 4.99 537 4.88 520 4.23 465 4.01 396 3.38 395 3.29 213 3.23 332 3.16 290 2.96

HITTING PERCENTAGE

ASSISTS Player Fernanda Goncalves, CSUB Meredith Coba, UI Brookelyn Hall, UVU Kerry Lane, SU Nycole Masaki, UTPA Mackenzie Lotter, CSU Jessica Posse, GCU Ciara Brown, NMSU Kaylyn Brandt, UMKC Taylor Livoti, NMSU

ASSISTS

Player Mackenzie Phelps, GCU Mariah Alvidrez, CSUB Taryn Miller, UMKC McKenna Tait, UVU Jenna Ellis, UI Lani Beadle, SU Stephanie Ziegler, NMSU Nausheen Merchant, UTPA Julia Menhart, CSU Shanice Faison, UTPA

S BS BA Tot Avg 120 48 110 158.0 1.32 122 17 143 160.0 1.31 110 16 128 144.0 1.31 116 13 129 142.0 1.22 116 15 106 121.0 1.04 120 19 103 122.0 1.02 94 12 83 95.0 1.01 62 8 54 62.0 1.00 53 WACSports.com

No. Avg 239 3.98 217 3.74 173 3.53 174 3.11 123 3.08 160 2.86 171 2.85 170 2.79 153 2.78 158 2.77

Player Lauren Stringham, UVU Desiree Scott, NMSU Gwen Murphy, NMSU Emma Hagedorn, UMKC Alyssa Schultz, UI Taylor Wilkinson, UI Katie Fritzler, UVU

S BS BA Tot Avg 61 9 87 96.0 1.57 55 22 54 76.0 1.38 55 16 55 71.0 1.29 61 7 71 78.0 1.28 61 7 69 76.0 1.25 61 6 60 66.0 1.08 58 2 56 58.0 1.00

DIGS Player Mackenzie Phelps, GCU Mariah Alvidrez, CSUB Taryn Miller, UMKC McKenna Tait, UVU Jenna Ellis, UI Lani Beadle, SU Julia Menhart, CSU Shanice Faison, UTPA Stephanie Ziegler, NMSU Hayleigh Friemoth, GCU

S 57 60 61 61 61 62 58 57 55 48

No. Avg 304 5.33 292 4.87 296 4.85 288 4.72 248 4.07 252 4.06 227 3.91 207 3.63 161 2.93 138 2.88

POINTS Player S Debora Araujo, CSUB 60 Paula Sioto, CSU 58 Martina Samadan, SU 40 Iris Ivanis, SU 49 Desiree Scott, NMSU 55 Lauren Stringham, UVU 61 Kelsee Sawyer, CSUB 56 Gwen Murphy, NMSU 55 Molly O’Hagan, CSUB 60 Sydney Crimmins, UMKC 61

K 239 217 123 173 153 158 174 143 171 161

SA BS BA Pts. 18 2 22 270.0 7 2 29 240.5 14 5 33 158.5 13 1 14 194.0 1 22 54 203.0 6 9 87 216.5 13 2 17 197.5 0 16 55 186.5 8 2 43 202.5 8 5 51 199.5

Avg 4.50 4.15 3.96 3.96 3.69 3.55 3.53 3.39 3.38 3.27


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2013 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)

.765 (13- 0-17) 3s Schultz, Alyssa (Idaho) at Northern Arizona (Sep 07, 2013) .727 (16- 0-22) 3s Scott, Desiree (New Mexico State) vs Idaho (Oct 05, 2013) .722 (13- 0-18) 3s Norris, Kalani (Utah Valley) vs Southern Utah (Oct 28, 2013) .647 (12- 1-17) 3s Stringham, Lauren (Utah Valley) at Texas-Pan American (Sep 30, 2013) .643 (19- 1-28) 4s O’Hagan, Molly (Bakersfield) at James Madison (Sep 07, 2013) .636 (15- 1-22) 3s Scott, Desiree (New Mexico State) at Kansas City (Oct 12, 2013) .632 (13- 1-19) 4s Murphy, Gwen (New Mexico State) at Idaho (Oct 31, 2013) .630 (17- 0-27) 3s Sioto, Paula (Chicago State) at Saint Peter’s (Sep 13, 2013) .600 (18- 0-30) 4s Alexander, Preslie (New Mexico State) at Idaho (Oct 31, 2013) .600 (12- 0-20) 4s Samadan, Martina (Seattle U) vs Idaho (Oct 11, 2013)

26 (26- 9-61) 5s Araujo, Debora (Bakersfield) at Kansas City (Oct 31, 2013) 26 (26-12-63) 5s Sioto, Paula (Chicago State) vs Texas-Pan American (Oct 12, 2013) 25 (25- 9-80) 5s Sawyer, Kelsee (Bakersfield) vs Kansas City (Oct 05, 2013) 24 (24-13-53) 5s Araujo, Debora (Bakersfield) at Davidson (Aug 31, 2013) 23 (23- 5-64) 5s Ausmus, Kaitlynn (Grand Canyon) vs Kansas City (Sep 26, 2013) 23 (23- 2-39) 5s Hastriter, Jessica (Idaho) at North Texas (Sep 14, 2013) 23 (23- 7-61) 5s Crimmins, Sydney (Kansas City) at Grand Canyon (Sep 26, 2013) 23 (23- 9-68) 5s Forsythe, Britta (Grand Canyon) vs Kansas City (Sep 26, 2013)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA)

80 (25- 9-80) 5s Sawyer, Kelsee (Bakersfield) vs Kansas City (Oct 05, 2013) 68 (23- 9-68) 5s Forsythe, Britta (Grand Canyon) vs Kansas City (Sep 26, 2013) 64 (23- 5-64) 5s Ausmus, Kaitlynn (Grand Canyon) vs Kansas City (Sep 26, 2013) 63 (17-16-63) 5s Dugan, Shannon (Grand Canyon) at Dartmouth (Sep 14, 2013) 63 (26-12-63) 5s Sioto, Paula (Chicago State) vs Texas-Pan American (Oct 12, 2013)

ASSISTS 67 (5s) 64 (5s) 62 (5s) 60 (4s) 58 (4s)

DIGS 52 (5s) 38 (5s) 37 (5s) 36 (5s) 35 (4s)

Coba, Meredith (Idaho) at North Texas (Sep 14, 2013) Goncalves, Fernanda (Bakersfield) vs Kansas City (Oct 05, 2013) Goncalves, Fernanda (Bakersfield) at Kansas City (Oct 31, 2013) Lane, Kerry (Seattle U) vs Grand Canyon (Oct 14, 2013) Goncalves, Fernanda (Bakersfield) at James Madison (Sep 07, 2013)

Phelps, Mackenzie (Grand Canyon) vs Central Conn. St. (Sep 13, 2013) Phelps, Mackenzie (Grand Canyon) vs Kansas City (Sep 26, 2013) Miller, Taryn (Kansas City) at Grand Canyon (Sep 26, 2013) Phelps, Mackenzie (Grand Canyon) at Weber State (Aug 30, 2013) Phelps, Mackenzie (Grand Canyon) vs Abilene Christian (Nov 22, 2013)

SERVICE ACES 6 (3s) 5 (4s) 5 (5s) 5 (4s) 5 (3s)

Araujo, Debora (Bakersfield) vs Seattle U (Oct 24, 2013) Ivanis, Iris (Seattle U) vs College of Charlesto (Sep 13, 2013) Tait, McKenna (Utah Valley) at Seattle U (Sep 28, 2013) Tait, McKenna (Utah Valley) at Wyoming (Sep 20, 2013) Watson, Alisha (Texas-Pan American) at Nebraska Omaha (Aug 31, 2013)

BLOCKS (BS-BA)

14 ( 2-12) 4s Hagedorn, Emma (Kansas City) vs Penn (Sep 07, 2013) 12 ( 0-12) 5s Stringham, Lauren (Utah Valley) at Seattle U (Sep 28, 2013) 11 ( 7- 4) 4s Scott, Desiree (New Mexico State) vs UTEP (Nov 12, 2013) 11 ( 3- 8) 5s Hankins, Hannah (Grand Canyon) at Chicago State (Sep 28, 2013) 11 ( 2- 9) 5s Stringham, Lauren (Utah Valley) at Air Force (Sep 21, 2013)

POINTS (K-A-BS-BA) 29.0 (26-1-0-4) 5s 27.5 (26-1-0-1) 5s 26.5 (25-0-0-3) 5s 25.5 (22-0-2-3) 5s 24.5 (19-0-2-7) 4s 24.5 (24-0-0-1) 5s

.543 (44- 6- 70) 3s Utah Valley vs Southern Utah (Oct 28, 2013) .486 (46-10- 74) 3s New Mexico State at Chicago State (Oct 10, 2013) .434 (45- 9- 83) 3s Bakersfield at Chicago State (Nov 02, 2013) .429 (47- 8- 91) 3s Utah Valley vs North Dakota State (Aug 31, 2013) .427 (41- 9- 75) 3s New Mexico State vs Chicago State (Nov 09, 2013) .414 (56- 8-116) 4s Idaho at Chicago State (Nov 14, 2013) .411 (47- 8- 95) 3s Seattle U vs UC Riverside (Aug 31, 2013) .402 (54- 7-117) 3s Bakersfield vs Grand Canyon (Nov 09, 2013) .398 (48- 9- 98) 3s Idaho at Montana State (Aug 30, 2013) .389 (46- 9- 95) 3s Grand Canyon vs Arizona Christian (Sep 18, 2013)

77 (77-12-167) 5s 75 (75-28-240) 5s 73 (73-26-218) 5s 72 (72-23-228) 5s 71 (71-33-206) 5s 70 (70-43-193) 5s 70 (70-27-199) 5s 70 (70-22-155) 4s 69 (69-29-198) 5s 69 (69-23-173) 5s

Idaho at North Texas (Sep 14, 2013) Kansas City at Grand Canyon (Sep 26, 2013) Bakersfield vs Kansas City (Oct 05, 2013) Grand Canyon vs Kansas City (Sep 26, 2013) Bakersfield at Kansas City (Oct 31, 2013) Bakersfield at Davidson (Aug 31, 2013) New Mexico State vs Idaho (Nov 26, 2013) Bakersfield at James Madison (Sep 07, 2013) Grand Canyon vs Central Conn. St. (Sep 13, 2013) Texas-Pan American at McNeese State (Sep 14, 2013)

TOTAL ATTEMPTS (K-E-TA) 240 (75-28-240) 5s 228 (72-23-228) 5s 218 (73-26-218) 5s 210 (60-25-210) 5s 206 (71-33-206) 5s

Kansas City at Grand Canyon (Sep 26, 2013) Grand Canyon vs Kansas City (Sep 26, 2013) Bakersfield vs Kansas City (Oct 05, 2013) Kansas City at Bakersfield (Oct 05, 2013) Bakersfield at Kansas City (Oct 31, 2013)

ASSISTS 72 (5s) 71 (5s) 70 (5s) 69 (5s) 68 (5s)

Kansas City at Grand Canyon (Sep 26, 2013) Idaho at North Texas (Sep 14, 2013) Grand Canyon vs Kansas City (Sep 26, 2013) Bakersfield vs Kansas City (Oct 05, 2013) Bakersfield at Kansas City (Oct 31, 2013)

DIGS

117 (5s) Grand Canyon vs Kansas City (Sep 26, 2013) 114 (5s) Bakersfield vs Kansas City (Oct 05, 2013) 111 (5s) Kansas City at Grand Canyon (Sep 26, 2013) 100 (5s) Kansas City at Bakersfield (Oct 05, 2013) 97 (5s) Grand Canyon vs Central Conn. St. (Sep 13, 2013)

SERVICE ACES 12 (3s) 12 (4s) 11 (4s) 11 (4s) 10 (4s)

Texas-Pan American vs Huston-Tillotson (Sep 21, 2013) Chicago State vs Providence (Aug 31, 2013) Bakersfield at Charlotte (Aug 30, 2013) Bakersfield vs Idaho (Oct 26, 2013) Bakersfield at Seattle U (Sep 26, 2013)

BLOCKS 21.0 (5s) 19.0 (4s) 18.0 (5s) 18.0 (5s) 18.0 (5s)

Utah Valley at Seattle U (Sep 28, 2013) Kansas City vs Penn (Sep 07, 2013) Utah Valley vs Bakersfield (Nov 16, 2013) Kansas City vs Bakersfield (Oct 31, 2013) Kansas City at Utah Valley (Oct 03, 2013)

Sioto, Paula (Chicago State) vs Texas-Pan American (Oct 12, 2013) Araujo, Debora (Bakersfield) at Kansas City (Oct 31, 2013) Sawyer, Kelsee (Bakersfield) vs Kansas City (Oct 05, 2013) Hendin, Jessica (Kansas City) vs Bakersfield (Oct 31, 2013) O’Hagan, Molly (Bakersfield) at James Madison (Sep 07, 2013) Araujo, Debora (Bakersfield) at Davidson (Aug 31, 2013)

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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 2012 Denver 2013 Idaho

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 30 30

S 105 110 118 110 120 115 126 115 115 104 111 120 114 125 102 117 126 114 116 117 104 118 110 116

PCT .256 .275 .264 .247 .255 .263 .292 .293 .291 .278 .286 .295 .329 .336 .277 .280 .273 .246 .283 .305 .284 .291 .245 .245

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 2012 UTSA 2013 Bakersfield

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 2012 Utah State 2013 Kansas City

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 30 111 332.5 29 110 310.0

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 3.00 2.82

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 30 110 1579 14.35 33 122 1712 14.03

Year School M S 1990 San Diego State 36 133 1991 Colorado State 31 110 1992 San Diego State 32 118 1993 Colorado State 30 107 1994 Utah 29 109 1995 San Diego State 32 115 1996 San Jose State 30 107 1997 Utah 31 112 1998 UNLV 31 115 1999 San Jose State 31 108 2000 Hawai‘i 33 111 2001 Nevada 25 91 2002 Tulsa 33 113 2003 Louisiana Tech 31 111 2004 Tulsa 27 103 2005 New Mexio State 27 98 2006 New Mexico State 37 126 2007 Utah State 30 104 2008 Hawai‘i 35 116 2009 Hawai‘i 35 117 2010 Hawai‘i 32 104 2011 Hawai‘i 33 118 2012 San Jose State 30 107 2013 Texas-Pan American 33 119

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 2012 UTSA 2013 Bakersfield

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 30 110 1459 13.26 33 122 1626 13.33

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 1.52 141 1.32 172 1.45

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Year School 1990 New Mexico 1991 New Mexico 1992 Fresno State 1993 Brigham Young 1994 New Mexico 1995 New Mexico 1996 New Mexico 1997 New Mexico 1998 New Mexico 1999 Rice 2000 SMU 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 SMU 2004 Fresno State 2005 Fresno State 2006 San Jose State 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Idaho 2009 Idaho 2010 Louisiana Tech 2011 Idaho 2012 UTSA 2013 Grand Canyon

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 30 110 2083 18.94 31 116 2069 17.84


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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 2012 New Mexico State 2013 Bakersfield

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 33 33

S 125 110 129 137 120 134 126 115 123 121 127 120 114 125 120 135 126 116 116 117 125 118 124 122

K 2048 1865 2039 2033 1989 2113 2168 1945 2237 1908 1943 2092 2074 2270 1997 2113 2025 1924 1701 1706 1640 1705 1657 1712

M 36 31 33 36 32 30 34 33 35 31 33 35 34 38 31 30 35 32 29 30 33 33 30 33

S TB 133 401.0 114 363.5 124 390.0 137 500.5 120 358.0 110 389.0 123 460.5 116 413.5 115 433.0 104 407.0 125 382.0 120 500.0 129 347.5 125 320.5 120 404.5 117 397.0 126 444.0 116 320.0 108 326.0 117 378.0 126 364.5 118 316.0 111 332.5 120 313.5

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 2012 Utah State 2013 New Mexico State

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 2012 New Mexico State 2013 Texas-Pan American

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 33 33

S 133 117 129 107 109 115 126 113 120 118 108 127 120 124 125 103 126 126 114 116 117 126 118 124 119

SA 281 203 230 216 202 250 238 199 199 212 218 187 218 257 216 223 209 269 173 175 199 169 179 155 172

M 34 29 35 36 32 35 33 35 35 33 32 35 36 38 31 34 35 33 35 35 33 33 33 33

S 125 110 129 137 120 134 126 113 123 121 116 120 114 125 120 135 126 116 116 117 125 118 124 122

AST 1770 1736 1778 1644 1791 1893 1916 1737 2025 1758 1754 1940 1906 2097 1853 1942 1889 1792 1590 1586 1520 1569 1531 1626

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 2012 New Mexico State 2013 Bakersfield

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Year School 1990 Brigham Young 1991 UTEP 1992 Fresno State 1993 Utah 1994 Fresno State 1995 Fresno State 1996 New Mexico 1997 Fresno State 1998 Rice 1999 SMU 2000 Rice 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 SMU 2004 San Jose State 2005 Utah State 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 New Mexico State 2009 Louisiana Tech 2010 Louisiana Tech 2011 Hawai‘i 2012 UTSA 2013 Grand Canyon

M 34 34 35 36 34 35 29 33 33 33 33 35 36 30 28 34 35 33 35 33 33 33 30 31

S 125 123 129 137 126 134 105 120 118 121 125 120 114 114 105 135 126 116 121 123 115 118 110 116

D 1949 2223 2424 2117 2013 2196 2097 2021 2052 2125 2141 2115 2142 2195 1887 2041 2064 2019 1731 1769 1774 1734 2083 2069


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INDIVIDUAL YEARLY LEADERS – ALL MATCHES HITTING PERCENTAGE

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 Faimie Kingsley, Denver Martina Samadan, Seattle U

KILLS PER SET

M 29 29 32 32 32 32 38 35 35 31 30 35 36 36 31 33 37 33 35 35 28 32 33 30 19

S 103 110 113 111 120 112 123 112 122 108 98 118 111 114 119 108 126 113 115 111 105 101 115 110 62

PCT .365 .385 .361 .377 .375 .410 .417 .369 .389 .382 .370 .341 .396 .373 .411 .402 .387 .349 .380 .431 .365 .365 .369 .380 .416

Year Name, School 1990 Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young 1991 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 1992 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 1993 Nicole Chen, Fresno State 1994 Ginger Ernest, San Diego State 1995 Brenda Barton, Utah 1996 Jill Pape, TCU 1997 Amy Steele Gant, Brigham Young 1998 Heather Bown, Hawai‘i 1999 Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State 2000 Joslynn Gallop, San Jose State 2001 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 2002 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 2003 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 2004 Joyce Silva, Tulsa 2005 Zuzana Cernianska, Utah State 2006 Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i 2007 Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i 2008 Haley Larsen, Idaho 2009 Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i 2010 Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State 2011 Meredith Hays, New Mexico State 2012 Allison Walker, Idaho 2013 Debora Araujo, Bakersfield

M 34 31 32 30 32 31 34 35 35 31 32 35 35 36 27 33 34 33 29 34 31 33 31 33

S 125 116 118 111 115 107 121 112 122 108 116 118 109 114 76 130 122 113 108 114 112 113 126 122

K 653 544 601 547 574 459 639 574 578 605 630 850 688 752 397 585 670 623 480 482 542 500 556 476

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 4.41 3.90

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

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

BLOCKS PER SET

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

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Anna McKinney, Idaho Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Faimie Kingsley, Denver Desiree Scott, New Mexico State

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 2012 2013

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 Kaytlyn Dill, Seattle U McKenna Tait, Utah Valley

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 2012 2013

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 Michaela Leonard, San Jose State Fernanda Gonçalves, Bakersfield

DIGS PER SET

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

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

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30 32 32 30 33

117 101 112 110 120

176.0 170.0 152.0 180.0 158.0

1.50 1.68 1.36 1.64 1.32

M 36 31 32 30 31 35 29 31 33 33 28 33 25 35 38 24 27 35 25 35 34 33 33 28 33

S 123 116 118 107 112 134 105 110 118 117 94 124 93 109 114 93 98 114 92 115 112 126 115 109 123

M 34 31 33 30 29 25 34 35 35 31 30 35 32 38 31 34 33 33 32 35 32 33 30 33

S 125 113 104 107 98 80 120 113 122 108 103 114 113 125 117 117 115 114 95 115 102 117 107 122

A 1596 1310 1365 1463 1311 1078 1564 1578 1782 1405 1411 1451 1469 1683 1593 1621 1531 1454 1098 1355 1141 1315 1189 1256

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 11.11 10.30

M 28 29 30 30 34 35 29 31 29 27 27 25 29

S 100 108 118 110 122 134 105 113 107 92 101 91 108

D 376 429 499 441 454 535 439 485 361 324 417 349 473

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

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 45 0.41 55 0.45


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Jessie Shull, San Jose State 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 Annie Kunes, UTSA Mackenzie Phelps, Grand Canyon

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 2012 2013

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 Allison Walker, Idaho Debora Araujo, Bakersfield

TOTAL BLOCKS

Year School 1990 Jennifer Miller, San Diego State 1991 Linda Wilcox, Utah 1992 Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah 1993 Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah 1994 Jennifer Hamilton, San Diego State 1995 Kristina Dzelme, Wyoming 1996 Angelica Ljungquist, Hawai‘i 1997 Cecelia Goods, Hawai‘i 1998 Nina Puikonnen, Brigham Young 1999 Heather Bown, Hawai‘i 2000 Briana Cook, Rice 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 2012 Faimie Kingsley, Denver 2013 Lauren Stringham, Utah Valley

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

30 28 29 31 32 35 29 33 26 27 31

110 105 113 112 110 121 115 115 88 99 116

473 561 550 676 590 534 531 579 407 500 655

4.30 5.34 4.87 6.04 5.32 4.41 4.62 5.03 4.62 5.05 5.65

M 34 31 32 30 32 35 34 35 35 31 32 35 35 36 31 33 34 32 29 34 31 33 31 33

S 125 116 118 111 115 134 121 112 122 108 116 118 109 114 112 130 122 113 108 114 112 113 126 122

K 653 544 601 547 574 574 639 574 578 605 630 850 688 752 546 585 670 623 480 482 542 500 556 476

M 36 35 33 36 32 30 38 33 34 31 32 33 36 38 31 34 35 29 35 30 33 32 30 33

S 122 126 124 137 120 118 123 116 107 102 124 120 111 122 119 151 123 102 121 117 126 112 110 122

TB 175 176 192 281 163 178 236 230 232 230 171 147 148 153 194 175 195 139 156 176 181 152 180 160

M 36 31 32 30 31 35 38 31

S SA 123 87 116 70 118 80 107 47 112 49 134 62 123 58 110 59

1998 Nil Kalagoglu, Rice 1999 Darcy Walker, San Jose State Karolina Zelinka, Rice 2000 2001 Kimberly Noble, San Jose State Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 2002 2003 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 2004 Kassiana Urnau, Tulsa Tanya Allen, New Mexico State 2005 2006 Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i 2007 2008 Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i 2009 Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i Liz McArthur, Utah State 2010 2011 Jane Croson, Hawai‘i Kaytlyn Dill, Seattle U 2012 2013 McKenna Tait, Utah Valley

33 28 33 33 35 36 24 27 35 33 35 34 33 33 28 33

118 94 124 120 109 114 93 98 114 114 115 112 126 115 109 123

Year School Carla Gee, Brigham Young 1990 1991 Denise Rathbun, Utah 1992 Ginger Kidd, Colorado State Ginger Kidd, Colorado State 1993 1994 Brenda Gregersen, Fresno State 1995 Analisa Saylor, Colorado State 1996 Analisa Saylor, Colorado State 1997 Anna-Lena Smith, Brigham Young 1998 Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i 1999 Michelle Sarkees, San Jose State 2000 Savannah Smith, San Jose State 2001 Savannah Smith, San Jose State 2002 Jill Couwenhoven, Nevada 2003 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i 2004 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i 2005 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i 2006 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i 2007 Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i 2008 Kelsey James, Idaho 2009 Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i 2010 Breann Nesselhuf, Boise State 2011 Mita Uiato, Hawai‘i 2012 Michaela Leonard, San Jose State 2013 Fernanda Gonçalves, Bakersfield

M 34 35 30 30 34 32 34 35 35 31 32 33 32 38 31 34 33 33 29 35 33 33 30 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 107 1189 122 1256

M 34 29 30 36 34 35 32 31 33 33 33 35 29 30 28 29 31 32 35 29 33 33 31 21

S 119 108 118 134 122 134 115 113 118 121 121 118 108 110 105 113 112 111 121 115 115 113 126 116

TOTAL ASSISTS

TOTAL DIGS

Year School 1990 Tumua Matu’u, Brigham Young 1991 Sharon Browning, New Mexico 1992 Sharon Browning, New Mexico 1993 Julie Kirby, Utah 1994 Tricia Tuley, Fresno State 1995 Tricia Tuley, Fresno State 1996 Diana Nalbandian, Fresno State 1997 Diana Nalbandian, Fresno State 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 2012 Janelle Chow, Idaho 2013 Mackenzie Phelps, Grand Canyon

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D 377 429 499 457 454 535 454 485 376 375 464 432 473 473 561 550 676 590 534 531 579 467 554 655


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TEAM YEARLY LEADERS – WAC MATCHES HITTING PERCENTAGE Year School 1990 San Diego State 1991 New Mexico 1992 Brigham Young 1993 Brigham Young 1994 San Diego State 1995 San Diego State 1996 Hawai‘i 1997 Brigham Young 1998 Brigham Young 1999 Hawai‘i 2000 Hawai‘i 2001 Hawai‘i 2002 Hawai‘i 2003 Hawai‘i 2004 Rice 2005 Hawai‘i 2006 Hawai‘i 2007 Hawai‘i 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i 2010 Hawai‘i 2011 Hawai‘i 2012 Denver 2013 New Mexico State

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 18 16

S 39 44 49 49 55 51 52 44 45 45 49 43 41 40 44 54 55 52 50 52 48 47 69 55

PCT .231 .300 .264 .258 .243 .268 .330 .319 .314 .311 .322 .342 .361 .353 .286 .317 .296 .252 .309 .347 .310 .303 .240 .265

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 2012 UTSA 2013 Bakersfield

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 2012 Idaho 2013 New Mexico State

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 18 70 210.0 16 55 164

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 3.00 2.98

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 18 64 16 60

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 14.11 949 14.83 849 14.15

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 2012 San Jose State 2013 Bakersfield

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 18 16

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 2012 UTSA 2013 Bakersfield

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 18 64 16 60

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 12.70 883 13.80 802 13.37

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 63 60

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 86 1.37 92 1.53

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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 18 64 1257 19.64 16 57 1036 18.18


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TEAM YEARLY LEADERS – WAC MATCHES TOTAL KILLS Year School 1990 New Mexico 1991 New Mexico 1992 New Mexico 1993 San Diego State 1994 Wyoming 1995 San Diego State 1996 New Mexico 1997 San Jose State 1998 UNLV 1999 San Jose State 2000 UTEP 2001 UTEP 2002 SMU 2003 SMU 2004 Hawai‘i 2005 Utah State 2006 Nevada 2007 New Mexico State 2008 Nevada 2009 New Mexico State 2010 Nevada 2011 Fresno State 2012 UTSA 2013 Bakersfield

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 64 949 60 849

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 2012 Seattle U 2013 Bakersfield

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 18 16

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 70 210.0 61 170.5

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 2012 Idaho 2013 Kansas City

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 18 16

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 2012 UTSA 2013 Bakersfield

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 18 74 101 16 60 92

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 18 16

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AST 620 747 786 808 822 788 878 822 818 804 930 750 735 706 760 816 858 898 712 756 803 673 883 802

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 2012 UTSA 2013 Grand Canyon

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 18 16

S D 38 687 45 998 50 973 54 868 54 1013 50 855 56 1134 56 859 51 983 51 954 62 1103 48 845 51 906 47 964 51 913 62 1058 60 1065 60 1072 60 928 60 948 61 878 54 815 64 1257 57 1036


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INDIVIDUAL YEARLY LEADERS – WAC MATCHES HITTING PERCENTAGE Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 Desiree Scott, New Mexico State Gwen Murphy, New Mexico State

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 2012 2013

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 McKenzie Adams, UTSA Debora Araujo, Bakersfield

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 18 16

S 35 44 46 47 55 51 49 46 44 44 47 41 40 31 47 48 53 50 52 51 60 37 68 55

PCT .344 .432 .360 .385 .401 .401 .471 .463 .457 .424 .382 .389 .401 .442 .450 .418 .368 .362 .391 .472 .366 .381 .420 .470

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 11 13 16 15 16 16 16 16 13 18 16

S 40 45 54 47 51 51 57 44 53 50 58 41 36 34 46 35 51 52 60 57 57 49 64 60

K 222 243 282 225 246 251 269 207 252 312 313 291 218 212 250 165 292 292 269 255 292 211 303 239

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 4.73 3.98

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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Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Kalei Adolpho, Hawai‘i Faimie Kingsley, Denver Lauren Stringham, Utah Valley

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 2012 2013

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 Kaytlyn Dill, Seattle U McKenna Tait, Utah Valley

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 2012 2013

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 Michaela Leonard, San Jose State Fernanda Gonçalves, Bakersfield

DIGS PER SET

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

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

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46 25 69 61

78 37 117 96

1.70 1.48 1.70 1.57

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 11 16 11 13 13 13 15 16 16 16 15 16 14 13 18 16

S 39 45 50 47 49 51 49 44 47 38 63 35 36 34 44 46 54 55 50 48 59 44 44 74 61

SA 31 21 24 23 23 27 32 25 26 28 23 21 25 27 25 33 33 23 23 25 23 17 17 31 31

SAPS 0.79 0.73 0.48 0.49 0.47 0.53 0.65 0.57 0.55 0.74 0.37 0.60 0.69 0.79 0.57 0.72 0.61 0.42 0.46 0.52 0.39 0.39 0.39 0.42 0.51

M 10 12 14 14 13 14 16 16 14 14 14 16 13 13 13 10 16 16 16 15 16 16 14 18 16

S 40 44 49 51 51 54 58 45 47 50 50 51 47 45 47 45 54 53 52 47 50 61 55 63 60

A 497 577 636 688 684 663 735 570 653 730 700 715 606 573 652 627 740 728 686 561 588 713 607 710 695

APS 12.43 13.11 12.98 13.49 13.41 12.28 12.67 12.67 13.89 14.60 14.00 14.02 12.89 12.73 13.97 13.93 13.70 13.74 13.19 11.94 11.76 11.69 11.04 11.27 11.58

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16 14 14 14 16 13 13

S 31 46 55 46 53 51 56 49 53 47 59 50 50

D 115 214 236 189 218 217 231 209 209 179 254 209 267

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


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Rebekah Neal, Rice Jessie Shull, San Jose State 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 Annie Kunes, UTSA Mackenzie Phelps, Grand Canyon

13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 18 16

47 51 51 60 55 52 61 60 54 56 57

208 284 284 355 301 248 301 300 236 302 304

4.43 5.57 5.57 5.92 5.47 4.77 4.93 5.00 4.37 5.39 5.33

TOTAL KILLS

Year Name, School M S K Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young 10 40 222 1990 1991 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 12 45 243 1992 Gracie Schutt, San Diego State 14 54 282 Tania Gooley, New Mexico 14 51 243 1993 1994 Ginger Ernest, San Diego State 14 53 271 Brenda Barton, Utah 14 51 251 1995 1996 Jill Pape, TCU 16 57 269 1997 Martina Vitkova-Engels, San Diego State 14 50 232 Shanus Bennett, Fresno State 14 53 252 1998 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 2003 Kimberly Noble, San Jose State 13 48 256 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 2008 Haley Larsen, Idaho 16 60 269 2009 Sarah Conwell, Idaho 16 60 260 2010 Kayleigh Giddens, New Mexico State 16 57 292 2011 Liz McArthur, Utah State 14 53 213 2012 McKenzie Adams, UTSA 18 64 303 2013 Debora Araujo, Bakersfield 16 60 239

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 1993 Mikki Kane-Barton, Utah 14 52 89 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 1998 Nina Puikkonen, Brigham Young 13 40 88 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 2003 Salaia Salave’a, Nevada 13 49 70 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 2012 Faimie Kingsley, Denver 18 69 117 2013 Lauren Stringham, Utah Valley 16 61 96

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

M 10 12 14 14 14 14 16

S 39 45 54 47 49 51 49

SA 31 33 25 23 23 27 32

1997 Helen Hjorth, Brigham Young 14 44 Sara Shakula, Utah 14 47 Summer Altice, San Diego State 14 47 1998 Jill Pape, TCU 14 54 Darcy Walker, San Jose State 11 38 1999 2000 Rachel Shirley, TCU 16 63 2001 Jennifer Abbruzzese, UTEP 13 51 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 12 36 2002 2003 Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i 11 34 Rebeca Pazo, Rice 13 44 2004 2005 Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i 15 46 2006 Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i 16 54 Krystal Torres, New Mexico State 16 55 2007 2008 Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i 16 50 Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i 15 48 2009 2010 Liz McArthur, Utah State 16 59 2011 Korrin Wild, Fresno State 14 55 Kaytlyn Dill, Seattle U 18 74 2012 2013 McKenna Tait, Utah Valley 16 61

25 25 26 26 28 23 25 25 27 25 33 33 23 23 25 23 20 31 31

TOTAL ASSISTS

Year School M S AST Carla Gee, Brigham Young 10 40 497 1990 1991 Kim Smith, Wyoming 12 46 579 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 1996 Analisa Saylor, Colorado State 16 58 735 1997 Michelle Sarkees, San Jose State 14 55 672 1998 Nikki Hubbert, Hawai‘i 14 50 730 1999 Michelle Sarkees, San Jose State 14 50 700 2000 Savannah Smith, San Jose State 16 58 803 2001 Tara Hatfield, SMU 13 47 606 2002 Jessica Mihm, SMU 13 51 643 2003 Jessica Mihm, SMU 13 47 652 2004 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i 10 45 627 2005 Robyn Keune, Fresno State 16 62 752 2006 Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i 16 53 728 2007 Kelsey James, Idaho 16 60 734 2008 Chelsea Fowles, Utah State 16 64 606 2009 Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State 16 57 612 2010 Tatiana Santiago, Nevada 16 61 713 2011 Barbara Alcantara, Fresno State 14 55 607 2012 Jacquie Brice, Seattle U 18 74 731 2013 Fernanda Gonçalves, Bakersfield 16 60 695

TOTAL DIGS

Year School M S D 1990 Sharon Browning, New Mexico 10 38 140 1991 Jai Bruno, Wyoming 12 46 214 1992 Sharon Browning, New Mexico 14 55 236 1993 Trish Tuley, Fresno State 14 46 189 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 2012 Lani Beadle, Seattle U 18 74 358 2013 Mackenzie Phelps, Grand Canyon 16 57 304

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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

M 99 137 84 64 128 105 122 102 119 116

SP 357 439 366 222 447 355 425 335 388 367

SA 237 144 162 90 180 137 161 121 140 131

SAPS 0.66 0.44 0.44 0.41 0.40 0.39 0.38 0.36 0.36 0.36

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

M SP A APS 136 472 6428 13.62 114 371 4910 13.23 84 256 3368 13.16 69 235 3047 12.96 130 463 5873 12.68 84 306 3866 12.01 125 443 5482 12.37 125 431 5321 12.35 125 447 5496 12.30 64 224 2690 12.01

Name, School 1. Jessie Shull, SJSU 2. Lori Hunsucker, LTU 3. Christine Morrill, USU 4. Krystal Torres, NMSU 5. Stephany Salas, LTU 6. Tricia Tuley, FS

Years 2003-04-05-06 2009-10 2007-08-09-10 2005-06-07-08 2011-12 1993-94-95-96

M 118 66 113 131 55 131

DIGS PER SET

SP 440 237 431 456 188 482

D 2260 1026 1846 1942 777 1864

DPS 5.14 4.33 4.28 4.26 4.13 3.89

Name, School Years 7. Kelsi Phillips, NMSU 2009-10-11 8. Sharon Browning, UNM 1990-91-92 9. Suzanne Stonebarger, UN 1998-99-00-01 10. Diana Nalbandian, FS 1994-95-96-97

M 80 88 108 112

TOTAL KILLS

SP 281 330 402 394

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

D 1083 1266 1532 1470

DPS 3.85 3.84 3.81 3.73

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

TOTAL SERVICE ACES

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 7. Martina Vitkova-Engels, SDSU 1994-95-96-97 125 452 154 8. Melissa Godwin, SMU 1997-98-99-00 129 466 153 9. Sharman Grant, UU 1991-92-93-94 132 444 147 10. Darcy Walker, SJSU 1996-97-98-99 119 388 140 Rebecca Pazo, Rice 2001-02-03-04 116 404 140

TOTAL ASSISTS

Name, School 1. Kanoe Kamana`o, UH 2. Analisa Saylor, CSU 3. Brenda Gregersen, FS 4. Michelle Sarkees, SJSU 5. Charlene Johnson, BYU 6. Andrea Clark, SDSU 7. Leslie Olson, SMU 8. Anna-Lena Smith, BYU 9. Chelsea Fowles, USU 10. Diann Aufdermaur, FS

Years 2003-04-05-06 1994-95-96-97 1992-93-94-95 1996-97-98-99 1991-92-93-94 1994-95-96-97 1996-97-98-99 1996-97-98 2007-08-09-10 1996-97-98-99

M 136 130 125 125 125 114 128 104 117 113

SP 472 463 447 443 431 371 442 351 440 377

A 6428 5873 5496 5482 5321 4916 4862 4550 4520 4345

Name, School 1. Jessie Shull, SJSU 2. Krystal Torres, NMSU 3. Tricia Tuley, FS 4. Christine Morrill, USU 5. Diana Nalbandian, FS 6. Nicole Link, NEV 7. Kim Willoughby, UH 8. Elizabeth Ka‘aihue, UH Beth Karasek, SMU 10. Cassie Hamilton, UI

Years 2003-04-05-06 2005-06-07-08 1993-94-95-96 2007-08-09-10 1994-95-96-97 2007-08-09-10 2000-01-02-03 2007-08-09-10 2001-02-03-04 2008-09-10-11

M 118 96 131 113 112 117 137 128 112 116

SP 440 335 482 431 394 429 439 385 406 427

D 2260 1942 1864 1846 1470 1468 1440 1416 1416 1410

TOTAL DIGS

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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 Martina Samadan, SU Victoria Prince, UH Jennifer Hamilton, SDSU Victorie Prince, UH Lauren Duggins, UH Heather Bown, UH Amber Simpson, NMSU Pauline Manser, UNM

.431 .417 .416 .411 .410 .402 .396 .389 .387 .385

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.

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

TOTAL KILLS

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

TOTAL BLOCKS

KILLS PER SET

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.

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

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 2013 2004 2007 2006 2007 2012 2010 2013 2013 2006

6.04 5.65 5.34 5.32 5.24 5.10 5.05 5.03 4.99 4.88 4.88

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

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

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 2013 2004 1995 2005 2002 1998 2006 1991

Jessie Shull, SJSU Mackenzie Phelps, GCU Jessie Shull, SJSU Krystal Torres, NMSU Stacy Sode, UI Lisa Gera, FS Annie Kunes, UTSA Lori Hunsucker, LTU Mariah Alvidrez, CSUB Taryn Miller, UMKC Krystal Torres, NMSU

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 2013 2006 2013 2007 2006 2010 2010 2004 2012

676 655 615 609 590 582 579 573 561 554

TOTAL ASSISTS

TOTAL DIGS

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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Amber Kaufman, UH Angelica Ljungquist, UH Gwen Murphy, NMSU Cecelia Goods, UH Jennifer Roberts, UH Victoria Prince, UH Melissa Layton, BYU Martina Samadan, SU Amy Steele Gant, BYU Nohea Tano, UH

ASSISTS PER SET 2009 1996 2013 1997 1998 2004 1998 2013 1997 2003

.472 .471 .470 .463 .457 .450 .449 .446 .446 .442

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 2012 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 1.70

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

KILLS PER SET

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

1. Stacy Sode, UI 2006 2. Jessie Shull, SJSU 2006 3. Krytstal Torres, NMSU 2007 4. Annie Kunes, UTSA 2012 Krytstal Torres, NMSU 2006 6. Sarah Davis, UTEP 2002 7. Mackenzie Phelps, GCU 2013 8. Jackie Stroud, BSU 2006 Lisa Gera, FS 2007 10. Kelly Mason, FS 2010

5.92 5.79 5.47 5.39 5.39 5.34 5.33 5.18 5.18 5.00

TOTAL ASSISTS

1. Haley Larsen, UI 2007 2. Joslynn Gallop, SJSU 2000 3. Joslynn Gallop, SJSU 1999 4. McKenzie Adams, UTSA 2012 5. Kaytlyn Dill, SU 2012 6. Kayleigh Giddens, NMSU 2010 Jamie Houston, UH 2007 Jamie Houston, UH 2006 9. Kim Willoughby, UH 2001 10. Amanda Nielson, USU 2007

319 313 312 303 300 292 292 292 291 290

TOTAL DIGS

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

117 116 108 96 96 95 93 93 91 90

TOTAL KILLS

SERVICE ACES PER SET 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

14.60 14.02 14.00 13.93 13.89 13.87 13.84 13.74 13.70 13.61

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 Faimie Kingsley, DU Brittany Hewitt, UH Victoria Prince, UH Amy Steele Gant, BYU

TOTAL SERVICE ACES

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

TOTAL BLOCKS

Faimie Kingsley, DU Alyssa Schultz, UI Angelica Ljungquist, UH Lauren Stringham, UVU Heather Bown, UH Kristina Dzelme, UW Desiree Scott, NMSU Cecelia Goods, UH Anna McKinney, UI Elle Brainard, USU

2012 2012 1996 2013 1999 1995 2012 1997 2009 2012

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

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

Sarah Mason, UH Victoria Prince, UH Gracie Schutt, SDSU Angelica Ljungquist, UH McKenna Tait, UVU Kaytlyn Dill, SU Gracie Schutt, SDSU Saxony Brown, UI Juliana Cezar, SDSU Darcy Walker, SJSU Brooke Jones, SJSU

Savannah Smith, SJSU Lindsay Hayes, TCU Robyn Keune, FS Kanoe Kamana`o, UH Haley Larsen, UI Nikki Hubbert, UH Kanoe Kamana`o, UH Saxony Brown, UI Jackie Choi, NMSU Tara Hatfield, SMU

Lani Beadle, SU Stacy Sode, UI Jessie Shull, SJSU Janelle Chow, UI Mackenzie Phelps, GCU Annie Kunes, UTSA Christine Morrill, USU Krystal Torres, NMSU Kelly Mason, FS Taryn Miller, UMKC

2006 2005 1991 1996 2013 2012 1990 2006 1996 1999 1996

33 33 33 32 31 31 31 30 30 28 28

2000 2000 2005 2005 2007 1998 2006 2005 2005 2000

803 753 752 740 734 730 728 726 723 715

2012 2006 2006 2012 2013 2012 2009 2007 2010 2013

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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

PCT .938 .813 .625 .625 .563 .188 .125 .063

WAC

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 12 2 .857 11 3 .786 10 4 .714 10 4 .714 5 9 .357 4 10 .286 2 12 .143 2 12 .143

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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

2011

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

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

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPIONS

Year Team 1990 Brigham Young New Mexico 1991 1992 Brigham Young Brigham Young 1993 1994 Brigham Young 1995 San Diego State Brigham Young 1996 Hawai‘i 1997 Brigham Young Hawai‘i Colorado State 1998 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 2012 Utah State 2013 New Mexico State

Overall

W 32 20 15 15 11 8 15 15 1

L PCT 3 .914 9 .690 15 .500 16 .484 20 .355 22 .267 14 .517 18 .455 27 .036

Overall

W 29 18 24 21 14 13 13 8 13

L PCT 3 .906 13 .581 9 .727 12 .636 15 .483 17 .433 15 .464 22 .267 20 .394

2012

Utah State UTSA Idaho New Mexico State Denver San Jose State Texas State UT Arlington Seattle U Louisiana Tech

2013

New Mexico State Bakersfield Idaho Utah Valley Kansas City Seattle U Grand Canyon Texas-Pan American Chicago State

WAC

W L PCT 15 3 .833 13 5 .722 13 5 .722 12 6 .667 10 8 .556 9 9 .500 9 9 .500 5 13 .278 4 14 .222 0 18 .000

WAC

W L PCT 14 2 .875 12 4 .750 11 5 .688 11 5 .688 9 7 .562 9 7 .562 4 12 .250 2 14 .125 0 16 .000

Overall

W 21 21 17 22 17 14 14 9 9 3

L PCT 9 .700 9 .700 14 .548 11 .667 13 .567 16 .467 16 .467 22 .290 19 .321 27 .100

Overall

W 22 21 19 18 15 13 12 13 2

L PCT 11 .667 12 .636 11 .633 15 .545 14 .517 20 .394 19 .387 20 .394 29 .065

Overall

W 31 23 16 14 12 12 5 10

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 15-3 14-2

L PCT 2 .939 10 .697 12 .571 15 .483 17 .414 17 .414 21 .192 22 .312

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 Hawai‘i 2007 2008 Hawai‘i 2009 Hawai‘i Utah State 2010 2011 Hawai‘i New Mexico State 2012 2013 New Mexico State

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COMPOSITE STANDINGS/NCAA POSTSEASON WAC

WAC TEAMS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT

STANDINGS (1990-2013)

1990

Current Members New Mexico State Bakersfield Utah Valley Kansas City Seattle U Grand Canyon Texas-Pan American Chicago State

W L PCT 115 29 .799 12 4 .750 11 5 .688 9 7 .562 13 21 .382 4 12 .250 2 14 .125 0 16 .000

Past Members Hawai‘i Brigham Young UTSA San Diego State Idaho New Mexico Utah State Denver Rice Nevada Colorado State Wyoming Texas State Fresno State San Jose State Utah SMU UNLV UT Arlington TCU Boise State UTEP Tulsa Louisiana Tech Air Force

232 4 .983 112 10 .918 13` 5 .722 79 43 .648 91 53 .632 71 51 .582 74 54 .578 10 8 .556 69 57 .548 96 82 .539 65 57 .533 62 60 .508 9 9 .500 139 153 .476 119 135 .469 55 67 .451 56 72 .438 16 28 .364 5 13 .278 20 54 .270 39 109 .264 43 151 .222 22 102 .177 18 162 .100 3 41 .068

OVERALL

Current Members New Mexico State Bakersfield Utah Valley Kansas City Texas-Pan American Grand Canyon Seattle U Chicago State

W L PCT 210 80 .724 21 12 .636 18 15 .545 15 14 .517 13 20 .394 12 19 .387 22 39 .361 2 29 .065

Past Members Hawai‘i Brigham Young UTSA San Diego State Colorado State New Mexico Denver Utah Utah State Rice Idaho Wyoming Fresno State Nevada San Jose State SMU Texas State UNLV Tulsa UTEP Louisiana Tech TCU Boise State UT Arlington Air Force

487 63 .885 243 50 .829 21 9 .700 181 105 .633 179 107 .626 153 104 .595 17 13 .567 158 128 .552 134 111 .547 153 132 .537 141 126 .528 138 125 .525 309 291 .515 179 182 .496 253 264 .489 132 141 .484 14 16 .467 37 48 .435 112 155 .419 158 235 .402 111 249 .308 50 102 .329 90 196 .315 9 22 .290 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, Hawaii) 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) 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)

NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY

CURRENT MEMBERS

Overall Yrs W L Pct New Mexico State 7 1 7 .125 (2003-04-06-07-08-12-13)

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

As WAC Member Yrs W L Pct 5 1 5 .167

PAST MEMBERS

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)

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)

Colorado State 10 7 10 .412 (1983-84-85-86-87-88-95-96-97-98)

4 3 4 .429

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)

Fresno State (1984-91-98-02)

2 0 2 .000

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)

30 72 27 .727 18 39 16 .709 Hawai‘i (1981-82-83-84-85-86-87-88-89-90-91-93-94-95-96-97-98-99-00-0102-03-04-05-06-07-08-09-10-11)

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

Idaho 6 2 6 .250 (1992-93-94-95-03-04)

0 0 0 .000

1998

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

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)

4 2 4 .333

2 0 2 .000

Wyoming (1986-89-90-94)

4 2 4 .333

2 0 2 .000

Yrs W L Pct Current Members 23 11 24 .314 Former Members 95 128 92 .582 Overall 118 139 116 .545

Yrs W L Pct 10 2 10 .167 48 63 46 .578 58 65 56 .537

1997

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

TOTALS

First Round Hawai‘i def. Prairie View A&M - 15-3, 15-0, 15-3 (Gainesville) Second Round Hawai‘i def. Utah - 15-11, 15-6, 15-4 (Gainesville) Pacific Regionals (Honolulu, Hawaii) Texas A&M def. Hawai‘i - 15-9, 12-15, 15-9, 15-12

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)

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NCAA POSTSEASON 2006

Second Round Hawai‘i def. Utah - 15-12, 15-8, 15-8 (Honolulu)

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)

West Regionals (Honolulu, Hawaii) 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

Second Round Hawai‘i def. Long Beach State - 30-28, 30-26, 24-30, 30-17 (Long Beach)

National Semifinals (Richmond, Va.) Nebraska def. Hawai‘i - 15-3, 15-12, 9-15, 15-10

Regionals (Honolulu, Hawaii) Hawai‘i def. USC - 28-30, 30-21, 21-30, 30-27, 15-5 UCLA def. Hawai‘i - 16-30, 23-30, 23-30

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)

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)

2008

Regional Semifinals (Long Beach, Calif.) UCLA def. Hawai‘i - 30-25, 30-28, 22-30, 30-22

2002

2007

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)

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 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)

Second Round Hawai‘i def. Washington - 30-26, 39-27, 30-25 (Honolulu)

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

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

2009

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, Hawaii) Hawai‘i def. Illinois - 30-21, 30-22, 33-31 Hawai‘i def. Georgia Tech - 32-34, 33-31, 30-24, 30-25

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

National Semifinals (Dallas, Texas) Florida def. Hawai‘i - 30-28, 30-28, 23-30, 30-28

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)

2004

Second Round Washington def. Hawai‘i - 25-17, 25-11, 25-23 (Seattle)

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

2005

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, Hawaii) USC def. Hawai‘i - 19-25, 29-27, 19-25, 25-23, 15-12

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)

2012

Second Round Hawai‘i def. Texas - 19-30, 30-18, 30-21, 30-20 (Austin)

2013

Regionals (University Park, Pa.) Missouri def. Hawai‘i - 26-30, 30-26, 27-30, 22-30

First Round Brigham Young def. New Mexico State - 25-8, 25-17, 25-14 (Provo)

First Round Arizona def. New Mexico State - 25-14, 25-23, 25-19 (San Diego)

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NIVC POSTSEASON/WAC TOURNAMENT

WAC TOURNAMENT HISTORY

NIVC TOURNAMENT HISTORY

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

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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

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

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

1996 - Las Vegas, Nev. (Nov. 26-30) Seeds:

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) 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:

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 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

1-Hawai‘i, 2-SMU, 3-Fresno State, 4-Nevada, 5-Rice, 6-San Jose State, 7-Louisiana Tech, 8-Tulsa 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

2004 - Reno, Nev. (Nov. 19-21) Seeds: Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Semifinal 1 Semifinal 2 Championship

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

2005 - Reno, Nev. (Nov. 24-26) Seeds: First Round Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Semifinal 1 Semifinal 2 Championship

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

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: First Round Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2

2008 - Honolulu, Hawaii (Nov. 20-23) Seeds:

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

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) Seeds:

1-Hawai‘i, 2-New Mexico State, 3-Idaho, 4-Nevada, 5-Fresno State, 6-Boise State

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

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

2012 - San Antonio, Texas (Nov. 19-21)

2006 - Reno, Nev. (Nov. 22-24) Seeds: First Round Quarterfinal 1 Quarterfinal 2 Quarterfinal 3 Quarterfinal 4 Semifinal 1 Semifinal 2 Championship

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

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

Boise State def. Louisiana Tech - 23-30, 30-22, 30-25, 27-30, 15-11 Nevada def. Idaho - 30-22, 31-22, 30-16, 30-28 Hawai‘i def. Boise State - 30-13, 30-15, 30-22

Seeds:

1-Utah State, 2-Idaho, 3-UTSA, 4-New Mexico State, 5-Denver, 6-San Jose State, 7-Texas State, 8-UT Arlington

Quarterfinal 1 UTSA def. San Jose State - 25-17, 25-18, 25-20 Quarterfinal 2 Idaho def. Texas State - 25-14, 21-25, 25-18, 25-21 Quarterfinal 3 New Mexico State def. Denver - 25-15, 25-17, 26-24 Quarterfinal 4 Utah State def. UT Arlington - 24-26, 25-23, 25-19, 25-19 Semifinal 1 Idaho def. UTSA - 16-25, 25-18, 21-25, 25-20, 16-14 Semifinal 2 New Mexico State def. Utah State - 25-21, 25-19, 25-16 Championship New Mexico State def. Idaho - 25-20, 20-25, 27-25, 25-19

2013 - Phoenix, Ariz. (Nov. 25-27) Seeds:

1-New Mexico State, 2-Bakersfield, 3-Utah Valley, 4-Idaho, 5-UMKC, 6-Seattle U

Quarterfinal 1 Seattle U def. Utah Valley - 25-21, 22-25, 23-25, 25-16, 15-13 Quarterfinal 2 Idaho def. Kansas City - 25-19, 25-14, 25-15 Semifinal 1 Bakersfield def. Seattle U - 26-28, 25-15, 25-15, 25-19 Semifinal 2 New Mexico State def. Idaho - 27-29, 26-24, 26-28, 25-12, 15-12 Championship New Mexico State def. Bakersfield - 25-9, 25-12, 25-16

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WAC TOURNAMENT Year 1996 1997 1998 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

2006

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 1,293 1,206

Average 2,881 2,092 3,389 354 791 687 1,005 767 684 1,353 4,609 1,545 2,436 1,708 431 241

No. of Matches Site 11 Las Vegas, Nev. 11 Las Vegas, Nev. 11 Las Vegas, Nev. 9 San Jose, Calif. 7 Reno, Nev. 7 Reno, Nev. 7 Reno, Nev. 8 Reno, Nev. 8 Reno, Nev. 8 Las Cruces, N.M. 8 Honolulu, Hawaii 5 Las Vegas, Nev. 5 Las Vegas, Nev. 5 Las Vegas, Nev. 7 San Antonio, Texas 5 Phoenix, Ariz.

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

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

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

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

2012

McKenzie Adams, UTSA; Allison Baker, Idaho; Janelle Chow, Idaho; Meredith Hays, New Mexico State (MVP); Annie Kunes, UTSA; Desiree Scott, New Mexico State; Taylor Wilkinson, Idaho; Stephanie Ziegler, New Mexico State

2013

Debora Araujo, Bakersfield; Ciara Brown, New Mexico State; Fernanda Gonçalves, Bakersfield; Bradley Nash, New Mexico State; Martina Samadan, Seattle U; Alyssa Schultz, Idaho; Desiree Scott, New Mexico State (MVP); Stephanie Ziegler, New Mexico State

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 75 WACSports.com


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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 Attempts: 316 Hitting Percentage: .495 107 Assists: Service Aces: 12 118 Digs: 9 Block Solos: Block Assists: 47 30.5 Total Blocks:

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

DEFENSIVE

Fewest Points Allowed: Fewest Kills Allowed: Fewest Attempts Allowed: Lowest Hitting %Allowed:

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 Fewest Digs: 23 Boise State (NM State), 2009 2 Idaho (Hawai‘i), 2010 Fewest Blocks: 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 1:05 Hawai‘i/Fresno State, 2006 Shortest Match: Longest Match: 3:31 Hawai‘i/Brigham Young, 1998 Biggest Upset Based Upon Seeds: (4) New Mexico State def. (1) Utah State, 2012 (6) San Jose State def. (2) SMU, 2003 Lowest Seed to Win Tournament: (4) New Mexico State, 2012

COMPOSITE WAC TOURNAMENT RECORDS

School Appearances W L Pct Championships 14 36 3 .923 11 Hawai‘i Brigham Young 3 8 1 .889 2 New Mexico State 9 15 7 .682 2 7 6 6 .500 1 Utah State San Diego State 2 2 2 .500 0 1 1 1 .500 0 Bakersfield Seattle U 1 1 1 .500 0 UTSA 1 1 1 .500 0 3 3 3 .500 0 Utah San Jose State 13 11 13 .458 0 10 8 10 .444 0 Nevada Fresno State 13 9 13 .409 0 Colorado State 3 2 3 .400 0 Idaho 9 6 9 .400 0 Wyoming 3 2 3 .400 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 Denver 1 0 1 .000 0 Louisiana Tech 7 0 7 .000 0 Kansas City 1 0 1 .000 0 UT Arlington 1 0 1 .000 0 Texas State 1 0 1 .000 0 TCU 2 0 2 .000 0 Utah Valley 1 0 1 .000 0

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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 2012 2013

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 McKenzie Adams, UTSA Desiree Scott, New Mexico State

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 2012 2013

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 Elle Brainard, Utah State Iris Ivanis, Seattle U

LIBERO OF THE YEAR

2012 Annie Kunes, UTSA

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 2012 2013

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 Mike Jordan, New Mexico State 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 Grayson DuBose, Utah State Mike Jordan, New Mexico State

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 77 WACSports.com

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

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


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ALL-WAC TEAMS 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 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

Mountain Division

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 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 Diann Aufdermaur, Fresno State Jennifer Carey, Hawai‘i Veronica Lima, Hawai‘i Erin Pryor, SMU Jennifer Roberts, Hawai‘i Adrienne Sanke, Fresno State

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2000

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

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


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ALL-WAC TEAMS 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

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 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

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

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 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

2008

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 79 WACSports.com

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 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


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ALL-WAC TEAMS 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

2012

FIRST TEAM McKenzie Adams, UTSA Allison (Walker) Baker, Idaho Meredith Hays, NM State Colleen King, Denver Faimie Kingsley, Denver Paige Neves, Utah State Mary Alice O’Reilly, San Jose State Rachel Orr, Utah State Alyssa Schultz, Idaho Desiree Scott, NM State Shay Sorensen, Utah State Josselyn White, Utah State SECOND TEAM Elle Brainard, Utah State Amari Deardorff, Texas State Kaytlyn Dill, Seattle U Taylor Gross, UT Arlington Ashlee Hilbun, Texas State Brandy Huskey, UTSA Annie Kunes, UTSA Michaela Leonard, San Jose St. Lauren Loerch, NM State Alex Sele, Idaho Kaitlyn Van Hoff, Utah State Whitney Walls, UTSA

2013

FIRST TEAM Debora Araujo, Bakersfield Fernanda Gonçalves, Bakersfield Gwen Murphy, New Mexico State Alyssa Schultz, Idaho Desiree Scott, New Mexico State Lauren Stringham, Utah Valley McKenna Tait, Utah Valley SECOND TEAM Sydney Crimmins, Kansas City Brookelyn Hall, Utah Valley Iris Ivanis, Seattle U Taryn Miller, Kansas City Molly O’Hagan, Bakersfield Martina Samadan, Seattle U Taylor Wilkinson, Idaho

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

2012

Elle Brainard, Utah State Annie Kunes, UTSA Michaela Leonard, San Jose State Katelyn Peterson, Idaho Kylie Schott, UTSA Michele Swope, Denver

2013

Kaylyn Brandt, Kansas City Ali Forde, Idaho Iris Ivanis, Seattle U Kerry Lane, Seattle U Alisha Watson, UTPA Nakisha Willden, Utah Valley 80 2014 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

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 Allison (Walker) Baker, UI [‘10, ‘11, ‘12] 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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Debora Araujo (2013) Fernanda Gonçalves (2013) Molly O’Hagan (2013)

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)

BRIGHAM YOUNG

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)

DENVER

Colleen King (2012) Faimie Kingsley (2012)

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)

Alyssa Schultz (2012, 2013) Alex Sele (2011, 2012) Stacy Sode (2006, 2007) Kelsey Taylor (2010) Taylor Wilkinson (2013)

LOUISIANA TECH

KC Clayton (2009) Joy Okpa (2004) Lia Mora (2002, 2003) Shannon Phillips (2006, 2007) Cristine Sant’Anna (2002)

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

Allison (Walker) Baker (2010, 2011, 2012) Saxony Brown (2006) Sarah Conwell (2009) Erin Curtis (2006) Jenny Feicht (2011) Cassie Hamilton (2011) Kelsey James (2008) Haley Larsen (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008) Anna McKinney (2008, 2009) Alicia Milo (2011) Debbie Pederson (2009) 81 WACSports.com

UMKC

Sydney Crimmins (2013) Taryn Miller (2013)

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)

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, 2012) Michelle Kuester (2011) Lauren Loerch (2012) Gwen Murphy (2013) Kim Oguh (2005, 2006, 2007) Kelsi Phillips (2011) Ingrid Roth (2005) Desiree Scott (2012, 2013) Amber Simpson (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008) Krystal Torres (2006, 2007, 2008) Whitney Woods (2009, 2010) Lindsey Yon (2007, 2008)


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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) Michaela Leonard (2012) Kylie Miraldi (2011) Carrie Nash (2004) Kimberly Noble (2003) Mary Alice O’Reilly (2012) Stephanie Pascucci (2002) Michelle Sarkees (1999) Jennifer Senftleben (2005, 2007) Jessie Shull (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006) Savannah Smith (2001)

SEATTLE U

Kaytlyn Dill (2012) Iris Ivanis (2013) Martina Samadan (2013)

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)

UT ARLINGTON

Taylor Gross (2012)

UTSA

McKenzie Adams (2012) Brandy Huskey (2012) Annie Kunes (2012) Whitney Walls (2012)

TEXAS STATE

Amari Deardorff (2012) Ashlee Hilbun (2012)

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) Elle Brainard (2012) Zuzana Cerniaska (2005) Shantell Durrant (2010) Chelsea Fowles (2008) Erin Graybill (2005) Liz McArthur (2009, 2010, 2011) Christine Morrill (2008, 2010) Paige Neves (2012) Amanda Nielson (2006, 2007) Rachel Orr (2012) Melissa Osterloh (2007, 2008) Shay Sorensen (2011, 2012) Danielle Taylor (2007) Kaitlyn Van Hoff (2012) Josselyn White (2012)

UTAH VALLEY

Brookelyn Hall (2013) Lauren Stringham (2013) McKenna Tait (2013)

UTEP

Jennifer Abbruzzese (2001, 2002) Veronica Acosta (2000) Sarah Davis (2002) ReeDee Granado (1996) Cyntia Macias (1996) Jacqui Nosan (2000) Wendy White (1996)

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 82 2014 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

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


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ACADEMIC ALL-WAC 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 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

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Kelly Klecka, SMU Leigh Leman, Rice LeeAnn McLaughlin, Tulsa Shauna McQuaid, Fresno State 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


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ACADEMIC ALL-WAC 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 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

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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 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


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ACADEMIC ALL-WAC 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

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 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

2010

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

Cecilia Agraz, Fresno State Alex Akana, San Jose State Kaylon Alexander, Louisiana Tech Caitlin Andrade, San Jose State Grace Anxo, Nevada Katie Astle, Utah State Hannah Blume, San Jose 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 Caitlin Germany, Louisiana Tech Jennifer Goodwin, Louisiana Tech Sarah Griest, San Jose State Elizabeth Griffin, Boise State Rocio Gutierrez, New Mexico State Cassie Hamilton, Idaho Lauren Hamm, Boise State Elizabeth Harden, Boise State Kassi Hargrove, Utah State Emily Hartong, Hawai’i 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

Desiree Scott, New Mexico State Alex Sele, Idaho Shay Sorensen, Utah State Mallory Stanley, Louisiana Tech Erin Stock, Fresno State Kelsey Taylor, Idaho Katie Turner, San Jose State Rainette Uiato, Hawai’i Kasey Van Grouw, Fresno State Clara Vido, Louisiana Tech Michelle Waber, Hawai’i Allison Walker, Idaho Josselyn White, Utah State Kersti Whitney, Boise State Korrin Wild, Fresno State Brittni Yates, Nevada Courtney Zellmer, San Jose State

2011

Kalei Adolpho, Hawai’i Cecilia Agraz, Fresno State Lauren Albertson, Fresno State 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

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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

2012

Katherine Acker, Denver Alex Akana, San Jose State Allison Baker, Idaho Lani Beadle, Seattle U Samantha Berger, Denver Allie Bettinger, UTSA Kelly Biette, Seattle U Hanah Blume, San Jose State Patti Bradshaw, Texas State Elle Brainard, Utah State Ciara Brown, New Mexico State Frances Carroll, Denver Nathalie Castellanos, New Mexico State Janelle Chow, Idaho Julia Church, Idaho Maria Coelho, Louisiana Tech Caitlyn Cooney, UT Arlington Paige Cooper, Louisiana Tech McKenzie Daniels, Seattle U Amari Deardorff, Texas State Shelby Dickson, UT Arlington Kaytlyn Dill, Seattle U Jenna Ellis, Idaho Allison Farley, Seattle U Jennifer Feicht, Idaho Erin Foley, UTSA Caitlin Germany, Louisiana Tech Alec Goodrie, Seattle U Sarah Griest, San Jose State Dalane Guidry, Louisiana Tech Kassi Hargrove, Utah State Meredith Hays, New Mexico State Ashlee Hilbun, Texas State Regan Himmelberg, Louisiana Tech Sarah Jaeckel, Seattle U Lyndi Johnson, Denver Colleen King, Denver Faimie Kingsley, Denver Jordan Kotara, UTSA Anne Kunes, UTSA Syndey LaFollette, San Jose State Michaela Leonard, San Jose State Taylor Livoti, New Mexico State Lauren Loerch, New Mexico State Andi Lowrance, Seattle U Caylin Mahoney, Texas State Caleigh McCorquodale, Texas State Morgan McDaniel, Texas State Lauren Muenchow, UTSA


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ACADEMIC ALL-WAC/ WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Brea Muhle, Denver Karli Nanny, UT Arlington Bradley Nash, New Mexico State Paige Neves, Utah State Mary Alice O’Reilly, San Jose State Rachel Orr, Utah State Karli Pedone, Seattle U Katelyn Peterson, Idaho Kiely Pieper, San Jose State Ashlan Rogers, Utah State Cassie Ronda, Denver Hannah Safari, Denver Danielle Sanchou, Texas State Kylie Schott, UTSA Alyssa Schultz, Idaho Alex Sele, Idaho Shay Sorensen, Utah State Rebecca Stark, UTSA Michele Swope, Denver Dempsey Thornton, UTSA Alexandra Turgeon, Denver Katie Turner, San Jose State Kaitlyn VanHoff, Utah State Clara Vido, Louisiana Tech Hannah Walker, New Mexico State Whitney Walls, UTSA Amanda Welsh, UT Arlington Laura Whalen, Texas State Josselyn White, Utah State Stephanie Ziegler, New Mexico State

2013

Corynn Acuff, Texas-Pan American Kaitlynn Ausmus, Grand Canyon Lisa Bartsch, Bakersfield Lani Beadle, Seattle U Kaylyn Brandt, Kansas City Ciara Brown, New Mexico State Michelle Brown, Idaho Meredith Coba, Idaho Sydney Crimmins, Kansas City Megan Davis, Grand Canyon Samantha Delmer, Idaho Shannon Dugan, Grand Canyon Jenna Ellis, Idaho Shanice Faison, Texas-Pan American Hayleigh Friemoth, Grand Canyon Alec Goodrie, Seattle U Shayna Guitare, Bakersfield Brookelyn Hall, Utah Valley Jen Hardman, Utah Valley Iris Ivanis, Seattle U Sarah Jaeckel, Seattle U Kristen Johannsen, Grand Canyon Maria Kliefoth, Texas-Pan American Kerry Lane, Seattle U Rachel Levitt, Chicago State Sara Little, Bakersfield Taylor Livoti, New Mexico State Lauren Loerch, New Mexico State Mackenzie Lotter, Chicago State Nycole Masaki, Texas-Pan American Nausheen Merchant, Texas-Pan American Taryn Miller, Kansas City Skyler Muff, Kansas City Kelcee Munk, Utah Valley Bradley Nash, New Mexico State Kalani Norris, Utah Valley Chinwendu Ngwadom, Chicago State Molly O’Hagan, Bakersfield Katelyn Peterson, Idaho Mackenzie Phelps, Grand Canyon

Madeleine Radtke, Chicago State Jordan Reifsteck, New Mexico State Martina Samadan, Seattle U Kasey Sanchez, Texas-Pan American Kirstin Schauble, Seattle U Alyssa Schultz, Idaho Stephanie Stoll, Seattle U Mia Townsell, Chicago State Mysta Townsell, Chicago State Terra Varney, Idaho Morgan Voorhes, Kansas City Alisha Watson, Texas-Pan American Nicole Wemhoff, Kansas City Taylor Wilkinson, Idaho Stephanie Ziegler, New Mexico State

WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 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

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 Young

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

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

1994

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

1993

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

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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

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

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

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


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WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 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

1997 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 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

1998 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

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

2003

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

2004

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

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

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

2002

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

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Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Dec. 1

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

Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i Lindsey Eaves, Tulsa Kristen Fenton, Fresno State Kristen Fenton, Fresno State Kimberly Noble, San Jose State 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

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


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WAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 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

2010 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

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 Danielle Taylor, Utah State Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i 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

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

2007 Aug. 27 Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

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

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

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

2012 Aug. 27 Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 16

Meredith Hays, New Mexico State Caleigh McCorquodale, Texas State McKenzie Adams, UTSA Shay Sorensen, Utah State McKenzie Adams, UTSA Allison (Walker) Baker, Idaho Kaitlyn Van Hoff, Utah State Faimie Kingsley, Denver Shay Sorensen, Utah State McKenzie Adams, UTSA McKenzie Adams, UTSA Mary Alice O’Reilly, San Jose State McKenzie Adams, UTSA

2013 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. 24

Macky Treanor, Utah Valley Molly O’Hagan, Bakersfield Mackenzie Phelps, Grand Canyon Lanie Muys, Grand Canyon Sydney Crimmins, Kansas City Desiree Scott, New Mexico State Iris Ivanis, Seattle U Martina Samadan, Seattle U Debora Araujo, Bakersfield Brookelyn Hall, Utah Valley Ashley Christman, Idaho Desiree Scott, New Mexico State Debora Araujo, Bakersfield

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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

2003

FIRST TEAM Kim Willoughby, Hawai‘i SECOND TEAM Lily Kahumoku, Hawai‘i THIRD TEAM Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i HONORABLE MENTION Kristen Fenton, Fresno State

FIRST TEAM Michele Fellows, Brigham Young Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young

2004

1994

SECOND TEAM Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i

SECOND TEAM Charlene Johnson, Brigham Young

1995

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

FIRST TEAM Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i

2005

SECOND TEAM Victoria Prince, Hawai‘i THIRD TEAM Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘i HONORABLE MENTION Zuzana Cernianska, Utah State Kim Oguh, New Mexico State Salaia Salave`a, Nevada

2009

FIRST TEAM Kanani Danielson, Hawai‘i THIRD TEAM Aneli Cubi-Otineru, Hawai‘i HONORABLE MENTION Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State Amber Kaufman, Hawai‘i Dani Mafua, Hawai‘i

2010

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 Emily Hartong, Hawai‘i HONORABLE MENTION Brittany Hewitt, Hawai‘i Jennah DeVries, New Mexico State

2012

HONORABLE MENTION McKenzie Adams, UTSA

AVCA ALL-REGION

2006

FIRST TEAM Kanoe Kamana`o, Hawai‘ii THIRD TEAM Jamie Houston, Hawai‘i HONORABLE MENTION Sarah Mason, Hawai‘i Juliana Sanders, Hawai‘i

2007

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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1990

FIRST TEAM Jill Johnson, Colorado State Pauline Manser, New Mexico Tea Nieminen, Brigham Young SECOND TEAM Marinda Ashman, Brigham Young Sharon Browning, New Mexico Dailene Glenn, Wyoming Angela Martin, San Diego State

1991

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

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, NM State - Honorable Mention (West Region Freshman of the Year) Allison Walker, Idaho - Honorable Mention

2012

McKenzie Adams, UTSA Meredith Hays, NM State - Honorable Mention Shay Sorensen, Utah State - Honorable Mention

2013

Desiree Scott, NM State - 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

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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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

NCAA ELITE 88 AWARD

2009

Stephanie Brandt, Hawai‘i

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 1991

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

1993

Team Average 1. Illinois 2,657 2. Nebraska 2,501 3. Florida 2,317 4. Pacific 2,291 5. Texas 1,801

6. Minnesota 7. Wisconsin 8. Hawai‘i 9. Stanford 10. Washington State 11. Brigham Young 12. Illinois State 13. Purdue 14. New Mexico 15. Colorado 16. Northern Iowa 17. Kentucky UCLA 19. Colorado State 20. SW Missouri State

1,694 1,566 1,525 1,511 1,502 1,476 1,472 1,444 1,276 1,211 1,179 1,161 1,161 1,112 1,102

1994

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

1996

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 91 WACSports.com

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Wisconsin Minnesota Stanford Pacific Penn State New Mexico Washington State Washington Kansas State Purdue Northern Iowa Oregon State Idaho Texas A&M Fresno State UCLA Southwest Missouri State Colorado State

2,218 1,867 1,843 1,699 1,623 1,552 1,570 1,541 1,507 1,364 1,285 1,230 1,050 1,067 996 915 867 828

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

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


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NATIONAL ATTENDANCE 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. Texas A&M 1,288 18. Utah State 1,280 19. Kansas State 1,196 20. Purdue 1,141 21. Washington State 1,086 22. Michigan State 1,052 23. Eastern Washington 1,026 24. Montana State 1,008 25. Western Michigan 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. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

North Carolina Texas A&M Brigham Young Montana State Georgia Tech Purdue Missouri Washington State UCLA

1,428 1,346 1,315 1,291 1,209 1,205 1,175 1,090 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 8. Texas A&M 1,801 9. Northern Iowa 1,787 10. Stanford 1,782 11. North Carolina 1,713 12. Pacific 1,704 13. Eastern Washington 1,614 14. Illinois 1,598 15. Texas 1,589 16. Notre Dame 1,576 17. Montana State 1,570 18. Michigan State 1,539 19. Long Beach State 1,534 Purdue 1,534 21. Washington 1,523 22. Colorado State 1,502 23. New Mexico State 1,438 24. Illinois State 1,428 25. Missouri 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 92 2014 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Texas Colorado State Illinois Texas A&M Pacific Michigan State Purdue Northern Iowa Illinois State Notre Dame Long Beach State Missouri Kansas State Arizona Michigan Montana State Ohio State Eastern Washington

1,868 1,829 1,761 1,755 1,706 1,681 1,564 1,548 1,535 1,513 1,473 1,460 1,453 1,394 1,394 1,377 1,280 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

2006

Team Average 1. Hawai‘i 7,186 2. Wisconsin 4,328 3. Nebraska 4,178 4. Minnesota 3,938 5. Penn State 2,596 6. Washington 2,584 7. Missouri 2,565 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


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NATIONAL AND WAC ATTENDANCE 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. New Mexico State 1,634 16. Missouri 1,625 17. North Carolina 1,612 18. Georgia Tech 1,586 19. USC 1,571 20. New Mexico 1,570 21. Texas A&M 1,539 22. Kansas State 1,514 23. Illinois State 1,437 24. Oregon 1,412 25. Northern Iowa 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. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Kansas State Missouri Fresno State New Mexico Iowa Texas A&M Ohio

1,802 1,731 1,684 1,676 1,632 1,614 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

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

2012

Team Average 1. Hawaii 6,675 2. Nebraska 4,287 3. Minnesota 3,316 4. Penn State 3,281 5. Wisconsin 3,252 6. Northern Iowa 3,001 7. Wichita State 2,899 8. Purdue 2,857 9. Illinois 2,809 10. Texas 2,643 93 WACSports.com

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Iowa State Florida Washington Louisville Oregon Colorado State Michigan State Maryland Eastern Shore Missouri Kansas State Stanford Kentucky New Mexico State Brigham Young Texas A&M

2,532 2,468 2,432 2,341 2,211 2,159 2,107 2,064 2,059 1,823 1,792 1,727 1,658 1,620 1,533

2013

Team Average 1. Nebraska 8,175 2. Hawai‘i 7,591 3. Minnesota 3,942 4. Texas 3,780 5. Wisconsin 3,512 6. Missouri 3,301 7. Colorado State 3,283 8. Northern Iowa 3,267 9. Penn State 3,137 10. Illinois 3,117 11. Michigan State 2,891 12. Iowa State 2,700 13. Washington 2,678 14. Wichita State 2,577 15. Florida 2,547 16. Purdue 2,532 17. North Carolina 2,324 18. Kansas State 2,214 19. Ohio State 2,063 20. Stanford 1,928 21. Louisville 1,836 22. Duke 1,748 23. Ohio 1,719 24. Kansas 1,649 25. Oregon 1,605

WAC TOP YEARLY ATTENDANCE 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 2012 New Mexico State 2013 New Mexico State

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 1,658 1,131


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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. Georgia 15. Southern Cal 16. Penn State 17. Pepperdine 18. Texas Tech 19. Bowling Green 20. Colorado

1992

Volleyball Monthly 1. UCLA 2. Stanford 3. Long Beach State 4. Pacific 5. Florida 6. Illinois 7. Brigham Young 8. Nebraska

9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Penn State Texas Southern Cal UC Santa Barbara Louisiana State Arizona State Colorado Texas Tech Ohio State New Mexico Kentucky 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   9. Florida 10. Kentucky 11. Arizona State 12. Ohio State 13. Southern Cal 14. Nebraska 15. Pacific 16. Notre Dame 17. Hawai‘i 18. Arizona 19. Georgia 20. 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 94 2014 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Florida Ohio State Arizona Notre Dame Hawai‘i Georgia Duke Washington State Santa Clara Illinois Loyola Marymount 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 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


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NATIONAL POLLS   8.   9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Brigham Young Loyola Marymount Long Beach State Texas Pacific 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 12. Texas A&M 13. Brigham Young 14. Texas 15. Northern Iowa 16. USC 17. Clemson 18. Baylor 19. Arizona 20. 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 95 WACSports.com

22. 23. 24. 25.

Utah State Texas A&M Northern Iowa 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 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. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Penn State Georgia Tech Wisconsin Santa Clara Missouri Kansas State Michigan State Miami (Fla.) Eastern Washington 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


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NATIONAL POLLS 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Texas Tennessee Saint Mary’s San Diego Florida Wisconsin Georgia Tech Louisville Texas A&M Arizona UC Santa Barbara California 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. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

San Diego Pepperdine Long Beach State BYU 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. Duke 30. 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 30. Wichita State 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 96 2014 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

BYU St. John’s Wisconsin Middle Tennessee Kansas State Iowa State Hawai‘i Michigan Michigan State New Mexico State Clemson Long Beach State Dayton San Diego

2008

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 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. 25.

Colorado State Santa Clara

2009

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 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

2010

RichKern.com 1. Penn State 2. California 3. USC 4. Stanford 5. Texas 6. Nebraska 7. Washington


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NATIONAL POLLS 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 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

2011

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. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Ohio State Michigan San Diego Oregon Michigan State Kansas State Colorado State Texas A&M Miami (Fla.) Arizona Long Beach State

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

2012

RichKern.com 1. Texas 2. Oregon 3. Penn State 4. Stanford 5. Nebraska 6. USC 7. Michigan 8. Minnesota 9. Washington 10. Hawai‘i 11. UCLA 12. Florida 13. Iowa State 14. Louisville 15. Brigham Young 16. Michigan State 17. Purdue 18. Florida State 19. Dayton 20. Kentucky 21. Ohio State 22. Western Kentucky 23. Texas A&M 24. San Diego 25. Kansas 26. North Carolina 27. Creighton 28. Tennessee 29. Wichita State 30. Saint Mary’s

AVCA 1. Texas 2. Oregon 3. Penn State 4. Stanford 5. Michigan 6. USC 7. Nebraska 8. Minnesota 9. Washington 10. Florida 11. Hawai‘i 12. Brigham Young 13. UCLA 14. Iowa State 15. Purdue 16. Michigan State 17. Louisville 18. Florida State 19. Dayton 20. Kentucky 21. Western Kentucky 22. Ohio State 23. Wichita State 24. Creighton 25. Kansas

2013

RichKern.com 1. Penn State 2. Texas 3. Stanford 4. Wisconsin 5. Washington 6. USC 7. Nebraska 8. Minnesota 9. San Diego 10. Missouri 11. Purdue 12. Florida 13. Michigan State 14. Brigham Young 15. Illinois 16. Florida State 17. Hawai‘i 18. Kentucky 19. Kansas 20. Oregon 21. Duke 22. Colorado State 23. California 24. North Carolina 25. Michigan 26. Marquette 27. American 28. CS Northridge 29. Arizona 30. Colorado AVCA 1. Penn State (60) 2. Wisconsin 3. Texas 4. Washington 5. Stanford 6. USC 7. Nebraska 8. Purdue

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9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

San Diego Minnesota Florida State Missouri Brigham Young Michigan State Florida Illinois Kansas Hawai’i American Kentucky Colorado State Duke Marquette Oregon North Carolina


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NATIONAL RPI 1990

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2000

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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

2011

2003

2006

2009

2012

2004

2007

2010

2013

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

onference RPI C 1. Big Ten .6243 2. Pacific-12 .6151 3. Big 12 .6086 4. West Coast .5787 5. Southeastern .5781 6. Atlantic Coast .5673 7. Mountain West .5270 8. Big East. 5233 9. Big West .5139 10. Missouri Valley .5099 11. Mid-American .4990 12. Summit .4881 13. Atlantic 10 .4876 14. Southland .4863 15. Sun Belt .4786 16. Western Athletic .4763 17. Big Sky .4726 18. Colonial .4639 19. Horizon .4633 20. Southern .4558

onference RPI C 1. Big Ten .6322 2. Pacific-12 .6198 3. Big 12 .5947 4. Southeastern .5918 5. Big East .5598 6. Atlantic Coast .5513 7. West Coast .5385 8. Big West 5246 9. Mid-American .5120 10. Mountain West .5076 11. Conference USA .4993 12. Colonial .4912 13. Missouri Valley .4903 14. American .4770 15. Sun Belt .4734 16. Patriot .4728 17. Horizon .4679 18. Southern .4581 19. Ivy .4572 20. Southland .4566


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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 2012

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 44. Denver

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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 33. New Mexico State 12. Hawai‘i 11. Hawai‘i

KILLS PER SET

.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 .245 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 13.89 14.38 14.45

2012 2013

43. New Mexico State 17. UTSA 31. Bakersfield

ASSISTS PER SET

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 26. UTSA 20. Bakersfield

BLOCKS PER SET

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

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 30. Nevada 10. Hawai‘i

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13.84 14.35 14.03 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 13.26 13.33 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 2.89 3.39

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 9. Utah State 22. Denver 38. Idaho 50. New Mexico State 16. UMKC 41. New Mexico State

DIGS PER SET

1994 1995 1996 2001 2002 2003 2004 2012 2013

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 3. UTSA 50. UMKC

SERVICE ACES PER SET

1999 2009 2011 2013

22. San Jose State 17. Hawai‘i 32. Hawai‘i 45. Fresno State 49. Texas-Pan American

WON/LOSS PERCENTAGE

1995 12. 1996 3. 22. 1997 16. 18. 1998 6. 8. 1999 3. T25. 2000 2. 2001 17. 2. 2002 2003 2. 33. 37. 2004 1. 20. 2005 14. 2006 5. 17. 2007 19. 21. 2008 4. 40. 2009 3. 2010 4. 45. 2011 2. 2012 50.

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 UTSA Utah State

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 3.00 2.71 2.58 2.48 2.82 2.61 18.23 17.57 19.97 17.64 18.79 19.25 17.68 17.45 16.61 18.53 17.97 18.94 16.28 2.02 1.70 1.52 1.46 1.45 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) 21-9 (.700) 21-9 (.700)


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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 2012 2013

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. 22. 36. 40. 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 Faimie Kingsley, DEN Desiree Scott, NMSU Alyssa Schultz, UI Desiree Scott, NMSU

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 .380 .369 .374 .369

1990 3. Tea Nieminen, BYU 5.22 18. Jill Johnson, CSU 4.57 20. Maria Gurreri, UNM 4.55 1991 17. Gracie Schutt, SDSU 4.69 1992 7. Gracie Schutt, SDSU 5.09 12. Tea Nieminen, BYU 4.92 1993 8. Nicole Chen, FS 4.93 1994 12. Ginger Ernest, SDSU 4.99 1996 8. Jill Pape, TCU 5.33 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 2. Kim Willoughby, UH 6.31 2002 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

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

7. 11. 28. 11. 34 33. 48. 5. 10. 33. 41. 18. 25. 37. 17. 25.

Haley Larsen, UI Amanda Nielson, USU Teal Ericson, NEV 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 Allison Walker, UI McKenzie Adams, UTSA

SERVICE ACES PER SET

1991 1992 1997 1999 2002 2003 2004 2008 2009 2012 2013

11. 12. 20. T24. 11. 17. 13. 44. 20. 12. 46. 22. 14.

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 Kaytlyn Dill, SU McKenna Tait, UVU

ASSISTS PER SET

1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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. 35.

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, UNLV 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 Michaela Leonard, SJSU 101 WACSports.com

5.39 5.17 4.78 4.44 4.05 4.23 4.00 4.84 4.59 4.00 3.95 4.42 4.24 4.13 4.41 4.33

DIGS PER SET

1992 1995 1996 1997 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007 2010 2013

18. 29. 16. 26. 16. 26. 34. 34. 49. 12. 48. 43. 36. 44.

Sharon Browning, UNM Tricia Tuley, FS Jenny Pavley, UNM Christy Crank, UTEP Diana Nalbandian, FS Kristen Peterson, SMU Jessie Shull, SJSU Jessie Shull, SJSU Heather Anderson, LTU Jessie Shull, SJSU Krystal Torres, NMSU Lori Hunsucker, LTU Mariah Alvidrez, CSUB Taryn Miller, UMKC

BLOCKS PER SET

.707 .678 .536 .478 .697 .620 .602 .500 .470 .500 .400 .410 .450

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 11.10

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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. 6. 19. 20. 30. 34. 35. 36.

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 Faimie Kingsley, DU Alyssa Schultz, UI Elle Brainard, USU Kaitlyn Van Hoff, USU Desiree Scott, NMSU Lauren Stringham, UVU Emma Hagedorn, UMKC

4.23 3.92 4.18 4.03 4.29 4.38 4.30 5.34 4.93 5.49 5.32 5.03 4.99 4.88

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 1.64 1.42 1.41 1.33 1.32 1.31 1.31


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2014 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Friday, Aug. 29 Chicago State vs. North Carolina A&T, 9 a.m. (Indiana State Tournament) Utah Valley at Kansas, 11:30 a.m. (Kansas Invitational) Seattle U at New Mexico, 1 p.m. (Lobo Invitational) Bakersfield vs. Mississippi State, 1:30 p.m. (Sam Houston Invitational) Chicago State vs. Akron, 2:30 p.m. (Indiana State Tournament) Grand Canyon vs. Prairie View, 3 p.m. (Texas Southern Invitational) Missouri-Kansas City vs. Drake, 3 p.m. (Omaha Classic) Texas-Pan American vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 4 p.m. (Sam Houston Invitational) New Mexico State vs. Missouri State, 4:30 p.m. (Utah Classic) Grand Canyon at Texas Southern, 5 p.m. (Texas Southern Invitational) Seattle U vs. UTEP, 5 p.m. (Lobo Invitational) Utah Valley vs. Creighton, 5:30 p.m. (Kansas Invitational) Saturday, Aug. 30 Bakersfield vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9 a.m. (Sam Houston Invitational) Missouri-Kansas City vs. Central Michigan, 10 a.m. (Omaha Classic) Texas-Pan American vs. Mississippi State, 11:30 a.m. (Sam Houston Invitational) Utah Valley vs. Lipscomb, 11:30 a.m. (Kansas Invitational) New Mexico State vs, Montana State, noon (Utah Classic) Chicago State at Indiana State, 1 p.m. (Indiana State Tournament) Grand Canyon vs. New Orleans, 1 p.m. (Texas Southern Invitational) Bakersfield at Sam Houston State, 2 p.m. (Sam Houston Invitational) Seattle U vs. Texas, 3:30 p.m. (Lobo Invitational) Chicago State vs. Wright State, 4:30 p.m. (Indiana State Tournament) Missouri-Kansas City at Omaha, 5 p.m. (Omaha Classic) New Mexico State at Utah, 7 p.m. (Utah Classic) Texas-Pan American at Sam Houston State, 7 p.m. (Sam Houston Invitational) Monday, Sept. 1 Utah Valley vs. Wyoming, 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 4 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Texas-Pan American, 6 p.m. (UTPA Tournament) North Dakota State at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. (NM State Tournament) Pacific at Seattle U, 7 p.m. (Redhawk Invitational) Friday, Sept. 5 Missouri-Kansas City vs. Valparaiso, 10 a.m. (Jackrabbit Invitational) Lamar at Texas-Pan American, noon (UTPA Tournament) Bakersfield vs. IPFW, 3 p.m. (Flyer-Raider Invitational)

Utah Valley vs. UMBC, 4 p.m. (BYU Invitational) Grand Canyon at Gonzaga, 6 p.m. (Gonzaga Invitational) Bakersfield vs. Bowling Green, 7 p.m. (Flyer-Raider Invitational) UIC at Chicago State, 7 p.m. (Windy City Invitational) Missouri-Kansas City at South Dakota State, 7 p.m. (Jackrabbit Invitational) Radford at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. (NM State Tournament) Lafayette at Seattle U, 7 p.m. (Redhawk Invitational) Texas Tech at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. (UTPA Tournament) Saturday, Sept. 6 Utah Valley vs. Washington, 10 a.m. (BYU Invitational) Bakersfield vs. Nebraska, 11 a.m. (Flyer-Raider Invitational) DePaul at Chicago State, noon (Windy City Invitational) Missouri-Kansas City vs. Stephen F. Austin, noon (Jackrabbit Invitational) Grand Canyon vs. Montana State, noon (Gonzaga Invitational) Northern Arizona at Texas-Pan American, 2 p.m. (UTPA Tournament) California at New Mexico State, 2 p.m. (NM State Tournament) Grand Canyon vs. Canisius, 4 p.m. (Gonzaga Invitational) Syracuse at Chicago State, 7 p.m. (Windy City Invitational) Oregon State at Seattle U, 7 p.m. (Redhawk Invitational) Utah Valley at Brigham Young, 7 p.m. (BYU Invitational) Bakersfield at Dayton, 8 p.m. (Flyer-Raider Invitational) Tuesday, Sept. 9 Missouri-Kansas City at Kansas, 6:30 p.m. Utah Valley at Utah, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11 Seattle U at Washington, 7 p.m. (Washington/Seattle U Tournament) Friday, Sept. 12 Grand Canyon at Northern Arizona, 11 a.m. (Fiesta Bowl Tournament) UNLV at Seattle U, 1 p.m. (Washington/Seattle U Tournament) IU Northwest at Chicago State, 3 p.m. (Cougar Invitational) Grand Canyon vs. Albany, 3:30 p.m. (Fiesta Bowl Tournament) Missouri-Kansas City vs. North Dakota State, 4:30 p.m. (CEFCU Classic) Utah Valley vs. Jackson State, 4:30 p.m. (Mean Green Classic) Purdue North Central at Chicago State, 7 p.m. (Cougar Invitational) Colorado State at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. (NM State/UTEP Tournament) Texas-Pan American at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. (Louisiana Tech Tournament) Bakersfield at Cal Poly, 7 p.m. (Cal Poly Tournament) 102 2014 WAC Volleyball Media Guide

Saturday, Sept. 13 Bakersfield vs. Sacramento State, 10 a.m. (Cal Poly Tournament) Grand Canyon vs. UC Riverside, 10 a.m. (Fiesta Bowl Tournament) Missouri-Kansas City at Bradley, noon (CEFCU Classic) Brigham Young at New Mexico State, noon (NM State/UTEP Tournament) Texas-Pan American vs. Stephen F. Austin, noon (Louisiana Tech Tournament) Utah Valley vs. Abilene Christian, 1 p.m. (Mean Green Classic) Mount Mercy at Chicago State, 3 p.m. (Cougar Invitational) Missouri-Kansas City vs. Miami (Ohio), 4:30 p.m. (CEFCU Classic) Texas-Pan American vs. New Orleans, 4:30 p.m. (Louisiana Tech Tournament) Bakersfield vs. San Jose State, 5 p.m. (Cal Poly Tournament) Trinity International at Chicago State, 7 p.m. (Cougar Invitational) UC Davis at Seattle U, 7 p.m. (Washington/Seattle U Tournament) Utah Valley at North Texas, 7 p.m. (Mean Green Classic) Tuesday, Sept. 16 Seattle U at Eastern Washington, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17 Southern Utah at Grand Canyon, 6 p.m. Southeast Missouri State at Missouri-Kansas City, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18 Seattle U at Montana, 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 19 Grand Canyon at Chicago State, 10 a.m. (Chicago State Tournament) Grand Canyon vs. UMass Lowell, 3 p.m. (Chicago State Tournament) Texas-Pan American vs. Houston, 3 p.m. (Islanders Classic) Missouri-Kansas City vs. Florida Atlantic, 3:30 p.m. (FGCU Classic) New Mexico State vs. Rhode Island, 4:30 p.m. (Holly Young Invitational) San Jose State at Chicago State, 5 p.m. (Chicago State Tournament) Seattle U vs. Gonzaga, 7 p.m. Idaho State at Utah Valley, 7 p.m. (La Quinta Inn & Suites Invitational) Long Beach State at Bakersfield, 7:30 p.m. (Roadrunner Classic) Saturday, Sept. 20 New Mexico State vs. Brown, 10 a.m. (Holly Young Invitational) Grand Canyon vs. San Jose State, 10 a.m. (Chicago State Tournament) Oregon State at Bakersfield, 11 a.m. (Roadrunner Classic) UMass Lowell at Chicago State, noon (Chicago State Tournament) UC Riverside at Utah Valley, noon (La Quinta Inn & Suites Invitational) Missouri-Kansas City at Florida Gulf Coast, 12:30 p.m. (FGCU Classic) Texas-Pan American at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 1 p.m. (Islanders Classic)


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2014 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Saturday, Sept. 20 (continued) Grand Canyon vs. South Dakota State, 3 p.m. (Chicago State Tournament) Missouri-Kansas City vs. Alabama State, 3:45 p.m. (FGCU Classic) Texas-Pan American vs. Omaha, 5 p.m. (Islanders Classic) Fresno State at Bakersfield, 6:30 p.m. (Roadrunner Classic) South Dakota State at Chicago State, 7 p.m. (Chicago State Tournament) New Mexico State at New Hampshire, 7 p.m. (Holly Young Invitational) Portland at Utah Valley, 7 p.m. (La Quinta Inn & Suites Invitational) Tuesday, Sept. 23 Seattle U at Oregon, 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25 *Bakersfield at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. *Grand Canyon at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27 *Grand Canyon at Texas-Pan American, noon *Bakersfield at New Mexico State, 1 p.m. *Seattle U at Utah Valley, 1 p.m. *Chicago State at Missouri-Kansas City, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2 *Texas-Pan American at Seattle U, 6 p.m. *Missouri-Kansas City at Grand Canyon, 6 p.m. *New Mexico State at Utah Valley, 7 p.m. *Chicago State at Bakersfield, 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4 *Texas-Pan American at Utah Valley, 1 p.m. *Chicago State at Grand Canyon, 1 p.m. *Missouri-Kansas City at Bakersfield, 1 p.m. *New Mexico State at Seattle U, 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7 Texas-Pan American at Texas Southern, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9 *Seattle U at Chicago State, 7 p.m. *Utah Valley at Missouri-Kansas City, 7 p.m. *Texas-Pan American at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 11 *Utah Valley at Chicago State, noon *Grand Canyon at Bakersfield, 1 p.m. *Seattle U at Missouri-Kansas City, 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 13 Missouri at Missouri-Kansas City, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14 Weber State at Utah Valley, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16 *Bakersfield at Seattle U, 6 p.m. *Chicago State at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. *Missouri-Kansas City at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. *Grand Canyon at Utah Valley, 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18 *Missouri-Kansas City at Texas-Pan American, 1 p.m. *Chicago State at New Mexico State, 1 p.m. *Bakersfield at Utah Valley, 1 p.m. *Grand Canyon at Seattle U, 1 p.m.

Monday, Oct. 20 New Mexico State at New Mexico, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21 Utah Valley at Southern Utah, 6 p.m. Valparaiso at Chicago State, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23 *Texas-Pan American at Grand Canyon, 6 p.m. *New Mexico State at Bakersfield, 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24 *Missouri-Kansas City at Chicago State, 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25 *Texas-Pan American at Bakersfield, 1 p.m. *New Mexico State at Grand Canyon, 1 p.m. *Utah Valley at Seattle U, 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28 Green Bay at Chicago State, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30 *Utah Valley at Texas-Pan American, 7 p.m. *Grand Canyon at Chicago State, 7 p.m. *Bakersfield at Missouri-Kansas City, 7 p.m. *Seattle U at New Mexico State, 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1 *Bakersfield at Chicago State, 1 p.m. *Seattle U at Texas-Pan American, 1 p.m. *Utah Valley at New Mexico State, 1 p.m. *Grand Canyon at Missouri-Kansas City, 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 3 Weber State at Grand Canyon, 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4 Texas-Pan American at Incarnate Word, 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6 *Missouri-Kansas City at Seattle U, 6 p.m. *Chicago State at Utah Valley, 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8 *New Mexico State at Texas-Pan American, 1 p.m. *Bakersfield at Grand Canyon, 1 p.m. *Missouri-Kansas City at Utah Valley, 1 p.m. *Chicago State at Seattle U, 1 p.m. Monday, Nov. 10 Utah State at Utah Valley, 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13 *Seattle U at Grand Canyon, 6 p.m. *New Mexico State at Chicago State, 7 p.m. *Texas-Pan American at Missouri-Kansas City, 7 p.m. *Utah Valley at Bakersfield, 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15 *Texas-Pan American at Chicago State, 1 p.m. *New Mexico State at Missouri-Kansas City, 1 p.m. *Utah Valley at Grand Canyon, 1 p.m. *Seattle U at Bakersfield, 1 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 20-22 WAC Tournament (Bakersfield, Calif.) Thursday, Nov. 20 WAC Tournament First Round Match 1, 5 p.m. WAC Tournament First Round Match 2, 7:30 p.m.

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Friday, Nov. 21 WAC Tournament Semifinal Match 1, 5 p.m. WAC Tournament Semifinal Match 2, 7:30 p.m. Grand Canyon vs. TBD, TBD (GCU Invitational) Saturday, Nov. 22 WAC Tournament Championship Match, 5 p.m. Grand Canyon vs. TBD, TBD (GCU Invitational) Friday, Nov. 28 New Mexico State at UTEP, 2 p.m. Seattle U at Portland, 7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Dec. 4-6 NCAA First and Second Rounds Friday-Saturday, Dec. 12-13 NCAA Regionals Thursday & Saturday, Dec. 18 & 20 NCAA Championship *WAC Match All Times Local/Subject to Change



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