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2011 Volleyball Media Guide UNIVERSITY FACTS Location: Plainview, TX Founded: 1908 Enrollment: 1,600 President: Dr. Paul Armes Nickname: Pioneers Colors: Blue and Gold Affiliation: NAIA Conference: Sooner Athletic Facility: Hutcherson Center Capacity: 3,000

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

2011 PIONEER SCHEDULE Date August 26-27 Aug. 26 Aug. 26 Aug. 27 September 2-3 Sept. 2 Sept. 2 Sept. 3 September 9-10 Sept. 9 Sept. 9 Sept. 10 Sept. 10 September 13 September 16-17 Sept. 16 Sept. 16 Sept. 17 September 20 September 23 September 24 September 30 October 1 October 7 October 8 October 11 October 14-15 Oct. 14 Oct. 14 Oct. 15 Oct. 15 October 21 October 22 October 25 October 28 October 29 November 4 November 5 November 12-13

Opponent Coca-Cola Classic Our Lady of the Lake Texas Wesleyan Univ. of the Southwest Warrior Challenge Avila MO Bacone Bethel KS Lady Buff Classic West Texas A&M NM Highlands ENMU OK Panhandle State *Lubbock Christian Wesleyan Hughes Classic Huston-Tillotson Texas Wesleyan Univ. of St. Thomas Univ. of the Southwest *Mid-America Christian *John Brown *Oklahoma Baptist *St. Gregory’s *Southern Nazarene *Oklahoma City *Lubbock Christian Stop the Hunger Classic Grand View (IL) St. Xavier (IL) Davenport (MI) Olivet Nazarene *John Brown *Mid-America Christian UT-Permian Basin *St. Gregory’s *Oklahoma Baptist *Oklahoma City *Southern Nazarene SAC Tournament

Location Hutcherson Center

Muskogee, Okla.

Canyon, Texas

Lubbock, Texas Ft. Worth, Texas Hutcherson Center Oklahoma City, Okla. Siloam Springs, Ark. Hutcherson Center Hutcherson Center Bethany, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. Hutcherson Center

Bourbonnais, Ill.

Hutcherson Center Hutcherson Center Odessa, Texas Shawnee, Okla. Shawnee, Okla. Hutcherson Center Hutcherson Center Reg. Season Champion

Time 12:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 12:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:30 pm 12:30 pm 4:00 pm 12:30 pm 4:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 11:00 am 5:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 2:00 pm 6:00 pm 10:00 am 2:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm TBD

Athletic Director: Dr. Greg Feris Email: gferis@wbu.edu Athletic Office Phone: (806) 291-3800 Athletic Office Fax: (806) 291-1962 Administrative Assistant: Beverly Steed Email: steedb@wbu.edu Faculty Athletic Rep: Dr. Paul Sadler Athletic Website: www.wbuathletics.com

COACHES INFORMATION Head Coach: Jim Giacomazzi Alma Mater/Year: Azusa Pacific (’81) Record at school (yrs): 90-43 (4) Career Record: 203-146 (10) Coach’s office phone: (806) 291-3825 Email: jimg@wbu.edu

Team Facts   Overall record last year: 21-9 Conference record: 8-6 Conference finish: 4th (t) Starters returning/lost: 4/2 Letterwinners returning/lost: 6/5 All-time Volleyball Record: 300-347 (19 yr)

Sports Information Sports Info Director: Rhane Jeffress Office Phone: (806) 291-3805 Cell Phone: (806) 774-1004 Home Phone: (806) 293-3915 SID Fax: (806) 291-1962 E-Mail: jeffress@wbu.edu SID Mailing Address: 1900 W. 7th WBU Box 319, Plainview, TX 79072

Table of Contents Quick Facts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Hutcherson Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2011 Pioneers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Player Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10 Favorite Things . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 2010 Pioneer Statistics . . . . . . . . . 12 2010 Sooner Athletic Conference . . . . . 13 Volleyball Recordbook . . . . . . . . . 14-19 About Wayland Baptist University . . . . 20 Other Athletic Facilities . . . . . . . . . 21 Sooner Athletic Conference members . . . 22 Pioneer Volleyball • 1


Hutcherson Center Athletic Staff Directory

Located on the western side of the Wayland campus, Hutcherson Center is a 3000-seat facility named in honor of the late Claude E. Hutcherson. “The Hutch” officially opened on November 20, 1971, with a doubleheader basketball game that resulted in the Flying Queens beating Temple Junior College, 6125, and the Pioneers defeating the College of Santa Fe by an 83-73 margin. The building hosted its first intercollegiate volleyball match on September 24, 1991, when the Pioneers defeated Howard Payne University, 3-2. The home of WBU’s athletic offices, Hutcherson Center has undergone major renovations to its outer facade, lobby and concession areas in the past few years. Two new state-of-the-art scoreboards were also purchased, an expanded training room has been added, and most recently new courtside bleachers have been installed.

Athletic Administration Dr. Greg Feris, AD Dr. Paul Sadler, FAR Beverly Steed, AA Rhane Jeffress, SID Jason Pirkey, AT Kelsey Assister, AT Baseball Brad Bass Tommy McMillan Brett Cook Cheer and Dance Kristen Jones

Athletic Department General Directory

Cross Country Brian Whitlock

(806 area code) Main Athletic Desk

291-3800

Athletic Dept. Fax

291-1962

Training Room

291-3803

Sports Information Office

291-3805

Hutcherson Center Press Row

291-3865

Wilder Field Press Box

291-3868

Football Butch Henderson David Sparkman Men’s Basketball Matt Garnett Jeff Tuckness

WBU ATHLETIC HISTORY Flying Queens Basketball ▪ 19 NAIA Nat’l Tourney appearances ▪ NAIA Nat’l Runner-up in ‘86, ‘92 ▪ 1997 Final Four appearance ▪ 1,480 Wins ▪ 29 NAIA All-Americans Pioneer Basketball ▪ NAIA Nat’l Runner-up in 1985 ▪ 14 NAIA Nat’l Tourn. appearances ▪ 23 NAIA All-Americans Pioneer Baseball ▪ NAIA District Final 4 finish in 1994 ▪ 5 NAIA Region VI Tournament berths ▪ 1 NAIA Opening Round appearance ▪ 14 NAIA All-Americans Pioneer Cross Country - Men ▪ 13 NAIA District 8 Championships ▪ 3 NAIA Championship appearances ▪ 1 NAIA Championship Runner-up ▪ 11 NAIA All-Americans ▪ 1 NAIA Individual Champion Pioneer Cross Country - Women ▪ 15 NAIA District 8 Championships ▪ 7 NAIA Championship Appearances ▪ 13 NAIA All-Americans

Pioneer Golf - Men ▪ 8 NAIA Championship Appearances ▪ 16 NAIA All-Americans Pioneer Track & Field - Men ▪ 5 NAIA Indoor Nat’l Team Titles ▪ 1 NAIA Outdoor Nat’l Team Title ▪ 6 NAIA Team Runner-up Titles ▪ 99 National Champions ▪ 439 NAIA All-Americans Pioneer Track & Field - Women ▪ 5 NAIA Indoor Nat’l Team Titles ▪ 2 Outdoor Nat’l Team Titles ▪ 8 Nat’l Team Runner-up Titles ▪ 108 National Champions ▪ 522 NAIA All-Americans Pioneer Volleyball ▪ NAIA District playoff berth in ‘93 ▪ 6 NAIA Regional Tourney appearances ▪ 1996 SAC Champions ▪ 1997 SAC Co-Champions ▪ 2008 SAC Tournament Champions ▪ 2010 SAC Tournament Finalist ▪ 2 NAIA All-Americans

291-3801 gferis@wbu.edu 291-1163 sadlerp@wbu.edu 291-3800 steedb@wbu.edu 291-3805 jeffress@wbu.edu 291-3803 pirkeyj@wbu.edu 291-3804 assisterk@wbu.edu

291-3820 bradbass@wbu.edu 291-3821 mcmillant@wbu.edu 291-3821 cookb@wbu.edu 291-3850 jonesk@wbu.edu 291-3835 whitlockb@wbu.edu 291-3855 hendersonb@wbu.edu 291-3856 sparkmand@wbu.edu 291-3810 garnettm@wbu.edu 291-3811 tucknessj@wbu.edu

Women’s Basketball Tory Bryant

291-3815 bryantt@wbu.edu Michael Huxen 291-3816 huxenm@wbu.edu Joe Adams 291-3817 adamsj@wbu.edu Men’s and Women’s Golf Tom Harp 291-3840 harpt@wbu.edu Men’s Soccer Jamath Shoffner 291-3832 shoffnerj@wbu.edu Women’s Soccer Shiloh Posey 291-3830 sposey@wbu.edu Volleyball Jim Giacomazzi 291-3825 jimg@wbu.edu Men’s & Women’s Wrestling Johnny Cobb 291-3845 cobbj@wbu.edu Aaron Meister 291-3846 meistera@wbu.edu

Pioneer Volleyball • 2


2011 Pioneer Roster ##

NAME

POS

HT

CL

HOMETOWN (PREV. SCHOOL)

1

Jaharys Archilla

DS

5-2

Jr

Miami, Fla. (Lake Sumter College)

2

Whitney Bryant

DS

5-3

Sr

Amarillo, Texas (Redlands CC)

3

Alissa Mitchell

DS

5-6

Gr

Clinton, Okla. (Clinton HS)

4

Catherine Hager

M

6-1

Jr

Hillsboro, Ore. (Col. of the Siskiyous)

5

Ashley Welch

DS/L

5-7

So

Plainview, Texas (Plainview HS)

7

Kate Trejos

OH

5-10

Sr

Bogotá, Colombia (Pratt JC)

8

Heather Choat

S

5-7

Fr

Lubbock, Texas (Coronado HS)

10

Tatiana González

OH/M

6-0

Sr

Bogotá, Colombia (Pratt JC)

11

Kimberli Harger

OH

5-10

Sr

Lubbock, Texas (Cooper HS)

13

Ashley Duff

M

6-0

Fr

San Antonio, Texas (Frisco HS)

17

Natasha Giacomazzi

S/DS

5-5

So

Canyon, TX (New Mexico State)

Head Coach Jim Giacomazzi Jim Giacomazzi has manufactured a complete turn around in his four seasons at the helm of the Pioneer volleyball program. In 2007, the Pioneers recorded their first winning season in nine years (2317) and qualified for the NAIA Region VI Tournament for the first time in four years. Four new season records were established and five Pioneers received post-season honors. The 2008 WBU netters won the program’s first-ever Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament Championship and achieved the second-best record

(26-8) in school history. Last fall,  the Pioneers reached 20 wins  for the fourth consecutive season with a 21-9 mark and reached the SAC Tournament finals for the second time in three years. Giacomazzi also picked up his 200th career victory in 2010.

Giacomazzi moved to the Texas Panhandle in 1991 to take over as head volleyball coach at West Texas A&M University. He led the Lady Buffs to a 36-2 record that year and a NCAA Division II National Championship. He followed that up with a 30-11 record and a third place finish in the NCAA Elite 8 Tournament in 1992. The following year he founded the Crown of Texas Volleyball Club, a highly successful organization which remains active today and of which he is director. A member of the Professional Association of Volleyball Officials and the Panhandle Area Board of Officials, as well as the American Volleyball Coaches Association, Giacomazzi is a graduate of Azusa Pacific University. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Education and Biblical Education and a Master’s in Education from APU. He played professional baseball in the Chicago Cubs and San Diego Padres organizations from 1981 to 1983 before turning to coaching. He served as head volleyball coach at Oral Roberts University and at the University of Nevada-Reno, prior to moving to Canyon. Giacomazzi and his wife, Trish, a principal for the Hereford Independent School District, have three children: Chris, Nick, and Natasha. Pioneer Volleyball • 3


Senior Profiles

#2 Whitney Bryant 5-3 ▪ Senior ▪ L/DS Amarillo, Texas (Redlands CC)

2010 at WBU: played in 25 matches, averaging almost a dig a set... recorded a season-high 9 digs against Madonna Univ. 2009 at WBU: received a medical redshirt after suffering a shoulder injury very early in the season

Personal: majoring in Visual Arts with a minor in Religion... daughter of Marjorie Bryant and Gary Bryant... birthdate is October 17, 1988... plans to attend seminary in a few years and then go into children’s ministry or missions work

Prior to WBU: 2007 NJCAA Region All-Tournament team while at Redlands Community College... was among the NJCAA Top 50 in digs... member of Phi Theta Kappa High School: home schooled... played for coaches Stephanie and Ron Bankhead of the Amarillo Rockets... won back-to-back NCHAA Championships in 2005 and 2006... won 2005 and 2006 NCHAA All-Tournament team honors

Year

MP/SP

Kills

K/S

K%

A

SA

SA/S

Digs

D/S

2009

6/19

0

0.0

.000

3

0

0.0

44

2.3

2010

25/50

2

0.1

.667

1

0

0.0

46

0.9

Tot.

31/69

2

0.1

.333

4

0

0.0

90

1.3

Pioneer Volleyball • 4


Senior Profiles

#3 Alissa Mitchell 5-6 ▪ Graduate ▪ DS Clinton, Okla. (Clinton HS)

2010 at WBU: Graduated magna cum laude in May with a degree in Molecular Biology and a minor in Chemistry... NAIA Scholar Athlete... WBU Award of Merit... played in 27 matches... tied a career-high with 21 digs at Oklahoma Baptist... hit the double-figure mark in digs 5 times 2009 at WBU: NAIA Scholar Athlete... WBU Award of Merit... saw action in all 30 matches... team service ace leader with 0.3 per set... recorded a career-high 4 aces at home against Southern Nazarene... posted a season-high 21 digs at home versus Oklahoma Baptist 2008 at WBU: played in 8 matches... averaged almost one kill and just over one dig... put down a season-high six kills and six digs against St. Gregory’s

High School: 2002 All-District volleyball in New Mexico... All-Region twice... 1st team All-State in 2005 at Clinton High School... 2005 Delta All-Conference... Delta All-Conference Tournament... 2005 MVP... 2003 All-District basketball in NM... 2005 and 2006 honorable mention All-State at CHS... state qualifier in 100m and 300m hurdles in 2003, 2004, and 2005 and 4x200m relay in 2005... National Honor Society... Academic All-State... Clinton High salutatorian Personal:   studying for her Master’s degree in Education... daughter of Terrill and Chloe Mitchell... attended one year at University of Central Oklahoma where she made the Dean’s List... birthday is July 19, 1987

Year

MP/SP

Kills

K/S

K%

A

SA

SA/S

Digs

D/S

2008

8/16

10

0.6

.048

1

1

0.1

18

1.1

2009

30/99

5

0.1

.043

29

28

0.3

230

2.3

2010

27/93

1

0.1

.111

3

2

0.1

178

1.9

Tot.

65/208

16

0.1

.054

33

31

0.2

426

2.1

Pioneer Volleyball • 5


Senior Profiles

#7 Kate Trejos 5-10 ▪ Senior ▪ OH Bogatá, Colombia (Pratt JC)

2010 at WBU: SAC Newcomer of the Year... 1st Team AllConference... AVCA All-Region... SAC Hitter of the Week... SAC Player of the Week... team Offensive MVP... team leader in kills, solo blocks and service aces... recorded a team and individual season-high 27 kills in a five-set match at Oklahoma Baptist... had a season-high 94 attack attempts in five-set match at home against Oklahoma Baptist... had a season-high 4 aces against both Mid-America Christian and Embry-Riddle (AZ)... posted team and individual season-high 7 blocks against John Brown... recorded 19 double-doubles on the year, including 7 straight to end the season

High School: played for Coach Fernando Flores at Instituto Colsubsidio de educacion Personal: full name is Paula Katerin Trejos Lozano... majoring in Graphic Design with a minor in Spanish... daughter of Alberto Lozano... future plans are to attend gradute school and work toward a master’s degree in a furniture or management design program

Prior to WBU: 2008 NJCAA Honorable Mention All-American while at Pratt Community College... 2008 Freshman of the Year... two-time 1st Team All-Conference/All-Region... #2 NJCAA hitter in 2008 with 605 kills and a .308 hitting percentage... 2009 team leader in service aces (36)

Year

MP/SP

Kills

K/S

K%

A

SA

Digs

D/S

BSolo

BAsst

TotB

B/S

2010

28/105

364

3.5

.215

26

29

364

3.5

16

22

38

0.4 Pioneer Volleyball • 6


Senior Profiles

#10 Tatiana González 6-0 ▪ Senior ▪ MH Bogatá, Colombia (Pratt JC)

2010 at WBU: 2nd Team All-Conference... played in every set of every match in 2010... second on team in total blocks... recorded a season-high 25 digs in a four-set match against John Brown... put down a season-high 5 blocks in that same match against John Brown... had season-high 10 kills in conferencetournament win over Lubbock Christian

Personal: full name is Tatiana González Rodriguez... majoring in Graphic Design with a minor in Spanish... daughter of Maria Teresa Rodriguez... birthdate is February 1, 1986... future plan is to enroll in the Master’s program at Savannah University of Art & Design and eventually work as a graphic designer in either animation or illustration

Prior to WBU: two-time 1st team All Conference/All-Region honoree while at Pratt Community College... led PCC with 249 digs and was second with 44 blocks in 2009 High School: played for Coach Gustovo Almanza at Inmaculado Corazón de Maria

Year

MP/SP

Kills

K/S

K%

A

SA

Digs

D/S

BSolo

BAsst

TotB

B/S

2010

29/108

176

1.6

.208

37

10

344

3.2

5

57

62

0.6

Pioneer Volleyball • 7


Senior Profiles

#11 Kimberli Harger 5-10 ▪ Senior ▪ OH Lubbock, Texas (Coronado HS)

2008 at WBU: 2nd team All-Conference selection... SAC Player of the Week... named WBU Newcomer of the Year... played in all 34 matches... second on team in kills and third in blocks... had a season-high 17 kills against Southern Nazarene... recorded 25 digs against Oklahoma Baptist and five blocks versus John Brown... had a team-best 16 double-doubles... surpassed the 20 dig mark three times

2010 at WBU: Honorable Mention All-Conference... came back to play in every set of every match less than a year after undergoing knee surgery... third on team in blocks... recorded a career-high 29 digs in five set match at home against Oklahoma Baptist... picked up season-high 11 kills against John Brown... hit the double-figure mark in digs 15 times during season 2009 at WBU: 2nd team All-Conference selection despite missing the final eight matches of the season with a knee injury... WBU Co-MVP... team leader in kills per game and digs per game... tied for team lead in passing... career high with 22 kills versus Midwestern State University... also posted 22 digs in the match at MSU... recorded 20 kills and 20 digs against College of the Ozarks... had a career high 5.5 total blocks, including 5 solo blocks, versus St. Gregory’s... posted eight double-doubles on the season

High School: played for Coach Tami Gunset at Cooper High... 2007 Class 3A All-State... 2007 All-Star... 2007 All-City... 2007 District 4-3A Most Valuable Player... 2007-08 All-State basketball... 2006 2nd team All-City... 2006 District 4-3A Offensive MVP... 2005 1st team All-District... Academic AllState volleyball and basketball Personal: majoring in Biology with a minor in Psychology... daughter of Shelli Harger... birthday is September 29, 1989... future plan is to become a physical therapist

Year

MP/SP

Kills

K/S

K%

A

SA

Digs

D/S

BSolo

BAsst

TotB

B/S

2008

34/132

319

2.4

.195

24

31

396

3.0

20

38

58

0.4

2009

22/78

214

2.7

.217

27

19

278

3.6

14

19

33

0.4

2010

29/108

165

1.5

.207

78

15

333

3.1

6

42

48

0.4

Tot.

85/318

698

2.2

.205

129

65

1007

3.2

40

99

139

0.4

Pioneer Volleyball • 8


Pioneer Profiles

#1 Jahayrs Archilla 5-2 ▪ Junior ▪ DS Miami, Fla. (Lake Sumter College)

Prior to WBU: transferred from College of the Siskiyous in California High School: lettered in volleyball, basketball and track & field at Glencoe High School... finished 7th at the 2008 Oregon State Volleyball Championships... finsihed 7th at 2007 Oregon State Basketball Championships Personal: majoring in Criminal Justice... daughter of Tuleen and Jerry Brown... birthdate is November 14, 1990

#5 Ashley Welch 5-7 ▪ Soph. ▪ DS Plainview, Texas (Plainview HS)

Prior to WBU: previously played at Lake Sumter College where she was a 1st team All-Conference selection... ranked #23 in 2009 NJCAA Division I digs... named a 2008 NJCAA Defensive Player of the Week... totaled 464 digs in 2009... had 319 digs and 25 aces in 2008 High School: lettered in volleyball at Felix Varela High School... 2008 All-Dade team... Defensive MVP... GMAC Champions in 2007 with a record of 26-4 Personal: majoring in Health Administration... daughter of Rosa J. Robles... birthdate is May 22, 1989

#4 Catherine Hager 6-1 ▪ Junior ▪ RS Hillsboro, Ore. (Col. of the Siskiyous)

2010 at WBU: saw action in 6 matches... recorded a seasonhigh three digs against West Texas A&M High School: played for Coach Torri Hatch at Plainview High... two-time 1st Team All-District 4-4A... 2008 District 4-4A Most Valuable Libero... PHS Community Service Award Personal: majoring in Exercise & Sport Science... daughter of Torri and Wally Hatch and Steve and Donna Welch... birthdate is October 1, 1991 Year

MP/SP

Kills

A

SA

Digs

D/S

2010

6/8

0

0

0

5

0.6

Pioneer Volleyball • 9


Pioneer Profiles

#8 Heather

High School: lettered in volleyball at Coronado High School... 2nd Team All-District... 2nd Team All-City

Choat

Personal: majoring in Biology with a minor in Psychology... daughter of Daneen Haley... birthdate is January 11, 1993... future plan is to become an occupational therapist

5-7 ▪ Fr ▪ S Lubbock, Texas (Coronado HS)

High School: lettered in volleyball at Frisco High School... 1st team All-District... Leadership Honors Personal: undecided major... daughter of Shannan Lawyer... birthdate is May 4, 1992

#17 Natasha Giacomazzi 5-5 ▪ Soph. ▪ S/DS Canyon, Texas (New Mexico State)

#13 Ashley Duff 6-0 ▪ Fr ▪ MH San Antonio, Texas (Frisco HS)

Prior to WBU: appeared in nine matches at New Mexico State University in 2010 High School: lettered in both soccer and volleyball at Hereford High School... as a setter and libero, helped lead HHS to a state championship in 2008, the regional finals in 2009 and a state runner-up finish in 2006... State All-Tournament team in 2008 and 2009... tallied 1,111 assists and 39 service aces in 2009... led her club team to a High Performance Championship in 2006 and a third-place finish in the High Performance Tournament in 2009 Personal: majoring in Secondary Education... daughter of Jim and Trish Giacomazzi... birthdate is March 11, 1992

Pioneer Volleyball • 10


A Few of our Favorite Things Professional Team(s)

Professional Athlete(s)

Sport (other than volleyball)

Jaharys

Brazilian volleyball team

Auri Cruz (Puerto Rican VB player)

soccer

Whitney

Kansas City Chiefs

Sam Bradford

football

Alissa

Kansas City Chiefs

Drew Brees

football

Catherine

Portland Trailblazers

Tim Tebow

frisbee football

Ashley W.

Miami Heat

Dwayne Wade

basketball or baseball

Barcelona

Virna (Brazilian VB player)

tennis

Heather

Yankees

Misty May-Trainor

baseball

Tatiana

Brazilian volleyball team

Jordan, Pele, and Giva

soccer or tennis

Kimberli

Texas Rangers

---

baseball

Ashley D.

Spurs

Misty May-Trainor

---

Natasha

Boston Red Sox

David Beckham

soccer

Kate

Healthy Food

Junk Food

Jaharys

chicken breat & salad

Taco Bell & Moe’s Southern Grill

Whitney

watermelon

Reeses

kiwi

M&M McFlurry

Catherine

strawberries

Milky Way

Ashley W.

apples

pizza

fruit

hamburger

Heather

grapes

chocolate chip cookie

Tatiana

fruit

chips

Kimberli

pineapple

ice cream

Ashley D.

grapes

fries

Natasha

peaches

Hot Pockets

Alissa

Kate

Movie

Book

Song

Singer or Band

Jaharys

Remember the Titans

The Five Languages of Love

Party Rock Anthem

Nejo & Dalmata / Pitbull

Whitney

Guys & Dolls

Captivating

Praise You with a Dance

Skillet

Elf

The Shack

Blessings

---

Catherine

PS I Love You

Disability Acceptance

Peacock or Ring of Fire

Katy Perry

Ashley W.

The Notebook

The Color Purple

Crazy Girl

Carrie Underwood

Alissa

Rio

Perfume

Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You

Fonseca

Heather

Kate

Inception

The Host

Blind

Koha

Tatiana

Rio or I Am Sam

The Secret

Marry Me

Maná or Fonseca

Kimberli

Bride Wars

Bible

Blessings

Lady Antebellum

Ashley D.

Star Wars

When the Wind Blows

Back Around

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Natasha

The Grinch

The Hunger Games

Country Girl (Shake it for me)

Nicki Minaj

Pioneer Volleyball • 11


2010 Results & Stats Overall Record: 20-9 Conference: 10-4 Home: 10-2 Away: 6-4 Neutral: 4-3 DATE

OPPONENT

W/L

SCORE-BY-GAME

DATE

OPPONENT

W/L

SCORE-BY-GAME

8/26

Olivet Nazarene

3-0 W

25-15, 25-23, 25-21

10/5

UT-Permian Basin

3-0 W

25-14, 25-20, 25-18

8/27

Embry-Riddle AZ

3-0 W

25-15, 25-13, 25-7

10/8

*Southern Naz

3-0 W

25-18, 25-16, 25-19

8/28

York College

3-0 W

25-13, 25-17, 25-12

10/9

*OK City

3-0 W

25-22, 25-18, 25-17

9/2

@ Embry-Riddle FL

1-3 L

17-25, 14-25, 25-20, 25-27

10/12

@ *LCU

3-2 W

25-13, 23-25, 23-25, 25-12, 15-12

9/3

v. Lewis & Clark St.

1-3 L

17-25, 25-23, 17-25, 21-25

10/22

@ *OK Baptist

2-3 L

26-24, 25-23, 19-25, 24-26, 13-15

9/4

v. Univ. of NW Ohio

2-3 L

22-25, 25-17, 15-25, 25-14, 14-16

10/23

@ *St. Gregory’s

3-0 W

25-15, 25-14, 25-16

9/4

v. Madonna

3-2 W

19-25, 25-16, 25-18, 13-25, 15-13

10/26

Midwestern St

3-1 W

25-15, 11-25, 25-21, 25-21

9/10

v. Holy Names

3-0 W

25-12, 25-15, 25-19

10/29

*Mid-America

3-0 W

25-17, 25-18, 25-22

9/10

@ Embry-Riddle AZ

3-0 W

25-13, 25-14, 25-16

10/30

*John Brown

3-1 W

25-21, 23-25, 25-15, 25-18

9/14

*LCU

1-3 L

21-25, 22-25, 28-26, 22-25

11/5

@ *OK City

0-3 L

24-26, 21-25, 14-25

9/21

@ West Texas A&M

0-3 L

16-25, 9-25, 23-25

11/6

@ *Southern Naz

3-1 W

25-23, 23-25, 25-15, 25-20

9/24

*St. Gregory’s

3-0 W

25-14, 25-11, 25-7

11/12

v. **John Brown

3-1 W

25-18, 27-25, 24-26, 25-14

9/25

*OK Baptist

2-3 L

23-25, 25-20, 25-23, 23-25, 10-15

11/12

v. **LCU

3-2 W

25-19, 19-25, 25-15, 20-25, 15-11

10/1

@ *John Brown

3-1 W

11-25, 25-23, 25-22, 25-18

11/3

v. **OK City

1-3 L

25-14, 23-25, 21-25, 21-25

10/2

@ *Mid-America

3-0 W

25-10, 25-17, 25-18

Name

SP

MP

K

K/G

E

TA

Pct

Asst

SA

RE

Digs

D/S

TB

B/S

#2 Whitney Bryant

50

25

2

0.04

0

3

.667

1

0

6

46

0.9

0

0.0

#3 Alissa Mitchell

93

27

1

0.01

0

9

.111

3

2

11

178

1.9

0

0.0

#4 Keliesha Carter

41

23

48

1.17

19

115

.252

1

2

1

30

0.7

4

0.1

#5 Ashley Welch

8

6

0

0.00

0

0

.000

0

0

2

5

0.6

0

0.0

#6 Desiree Luevano

102

28

316

3.10

121

962

.203

23

9

11

360

3.5

29

0.3

#7 Kate Trejos

105

28

364

3.47

132

1079

.215

26

29

5

364

3.5

38

0.4

#8 Anika Voigt

108

29

100

0.93

37

368

.171

1096

18

0

422

3.9

40

0.4

#10 Tatiana Gonzalez

108

29

176

1.63

65

534

.208

37

10

14

344

3.2

62

0.6

#11 Kimberli Harger

108

29

165

1.53

56

526

.207

78

15

29

333

3.1

48

0.4

#29 Jennifer Wyatt

108

29

229

2.12

64

612

.270

25

16

3

98

0.9

72

0.7

108

29

1401

12.97

494

4208

.216

1290

101

97

2180

20.2

177.5

1.6

(20-9, 10-4)

Totals:

* Sooner Athletic Conference match ** Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament (held at Oklahoma Baptist)

Pioneer Volleyball • 12


2010 Conference Results 2010 SOONER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STANDINGS

2010 SAC CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT RESULTS

School

SAC

Oklahoma Baptist

12-2

.857

26-10

.722

Lubbock Christian

11-3

.786

25-8

.758

Wayland Baptist

10-4

.714

20-9

.690

Oklahoma City

9-5

.643

23-14

.622

Southern Nazarene

6-8

.429

21-16

.568

John Brown

5-9

.357

18-17

.514

Mid-America Christian

3-11

.214

15-24

.385

St. Gregory’s

0-13

.000

8-20

.286

First Round #3 Wayland Baptist def. #6 John Brown, 3-1 #4 Oklahoma City def. #5 Southern Nazarene, 3-1

Overall

2010 MostALL-SOONER Valuable Player: Rachel CONFERENCE Stuyvesant, Lubbock ATHLETIC Christian Most Valuable Player: Xiaoting Ma, Oklahoma City Freshman of the Year: Rupia Inck, OK Baptist Newcomer of the Year: Kate Trejos, Wayland Baptist Hitter of the Year: Xiaoting Ma, Oklahoma City Setter of the Year: Jordan Goings, Lubbock Christian Libero of the Year: Cami Weimer, Oklahoma Baptist Coach of the Year: Anna Howle, Oklahoma Baptist First Team Alex Benbrook, Oklahoma City Sabra Clark, Oklahoma Baptist Jordan Goings, Lubbock Christian Rupia Inck, Oklahoma Baptist Elissa Loynes, Lubbock Christian Xiaotang Ma, Oklahoma City Kristin Pressley, Oklahoma Baptist Cris Smith, Mid-America Christian Taryn Steele, Southern Nazarene Kate Trejos, Wayland Baptist Anika Voigt, Wayland Baptist Cami Weimer, Oklahoma Baptist Second Team Tarah Derden, Oklahoma Baptist Erin Didier, John Brown Tatiana Gonzalez, Wayland Baptist Melissa Green, Lubbock Christian Brittany Johnson, Lubbock Christian Bailey Jones, Lubbock Christian Morgan Loewen, Southern Nazarene Desiree Luevano, Wayland Baptist Nikki Ralston, Lubbock Christian Alli Rankin, John Brown Skyler Strahm, Oklahoma Baptist Jennifer Wyatt, Wayland Baptist Honorable Mention: Angela Evans, Sarah Groesbeck and Kira Roberts, SNU; Chassie Hamilton, OBU; Alyssa Hansen, Sarah Jordan and Amber Wilson, JBU; Kimberli Harger, WBU; Shelbie Johnson and Calle Solie, MACU; Vicky Murphy and Raissa Santos of OCU; Brittania Simmons, SGU

Semi-Finals #3 Wayland Baptist def. #2 Lubbock Christian, 3-2 #4 Oklahoma City def. #1 Oklahoma Baptist, 3-2 Championship #4 Oklahoma City def. #3 Wayland Baptist, 3-1

2010 SOONER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STATISTICAL LEADERS Hitting Percentage Name 1.

Allie Rankin, JBU

S

Kills

Errs

Tot

Pct

125

270

74

681

.288

2.

Elissa Loynes, LCU

118

374

107

929

.287

3.

Cris Smith, MACU

141

506

153

1251

.282

4.

Xiaoting Ma, OCU

142

596

180

1487

.280

5.

Jennifer Wyatt, WBU

108

229

64

612

.270

Kills S

Kills

K/S

1.

Name Xiaoting Ma, OCU

142

596

4.2

2.

Rupia Inck, OBU

137

553

4.0

3.

Cris Smith, MACU

141

506

3.6

4.

Kate Trejos, WBU

105

364

3.5

5.

Kristin Pressley, OBU

118

397

3.4

Assists Name

S

Asst

A/S

139

1496

10.8

Jordan Goings, LCU

97

1020

10.5

Anika Voigt, WBU

108

1096

10.2

4.

Calie Solie, MACU

145

1170

8.1

5.

Alyssa Hanson, JBU

125

916

7.3

1.

Sabra Clark, OBU

2. 3.

Blocks S

Solo

Asst

Tot

B/S

1.

Name Alex Benbrook, OCU

142

38

95

133

0.9

2.

Angela Evans, SNU

128

25

89

114

0.9

3.

Brittany Johnson, LCU

116

19

81

100

0.9

4.

Cris Smith, MACU

141

26

85

111

0.8

5.

Skyler Strahm, OBU

141

9

99

108

0.8

Digs S

Digs

D/S

1.

Name Cami Weimer, OBU

138

677

4.9

2.

Nikki Ralston, LCU

118

513

4.4

3.

Sarah Jordan, JBU

128

552

4.3

3.

Shelbi Johnson, MACU

145

625

4.3

5.

Victoria Cross, OCU

117

481

4.1

Pioneer Volleyball • 13


Pioneer Recordbook CAREER RECORDS

TEAM RECORDS WINS, SEASON Most: 30, 1996 Fewest: 2, 1994 CONSECUTIVE Total: 27, 1996 To Start Season: 11, 2009 LOSSES, SEASON Fewest: 2, 1996 Most: 33, 1993 KILLS Match: 99 v. College of the Southwest, 1999 Season: 2023, 2006 ATTEMPTS Match: 282 v. Lubbock Christian, 1996 Season: 6380, 2007 HITTING PERCENTAGE Match: .488 v. St. Gregory’s, 2010 Season: .223, 2006 ASSISTS Match: 88 v. College of the Southwest, 1999 Season: 1779, 2006 DIGS Match: 145 v. UT-Permian Basin, 2000 Season: 3265, 2007 SERVICE ACES Match: 18 v. SGU, 2007; Midwestern State, 1992 Season: 346, 2007

BLOCK ASSISTS Match: 9, Dori Grant v. Sul Ross, 1995; Joi Stanley v. Newman, 2000 Season: 149, Nicole Kinn, 2006 TOTAL BLOCKS Match: 17, Taylor-Ann Harbert v. MSU, 1993 Season: 180, Amy Smith, 2003; Nicole Kinn, 2006 SERVICE ACES Match: 7, several times - most recent Kristee Turpin v. HSU, 1999 Season: 78, Randi Trew, 2006

COACHING RECORDS Coach

Yrs

Seasons

W/L

Pct

Debbie Hendricks

2

1991-92

36-34

.514

Amy Lassetter

2

1993-94

6-61

.090

Brad Borden

6

1995-00

104-84

.553

Kristee Turpin

4

2001-04

53-88

.376

Dr. Bob Howard

2

2005-06

31-46

.403

Jim Giacomazzi

4

2007-10

90-43

.677

Totals

20

1991-10

320-356 .473

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year

Coach

W/L (Conf)

Post-Season

BLOCK SOLOS Match: 12 v. McMurry, 1996; HSU, 1993 Season: 146, 2007

1991 Hendricks

11-24

---

1992 Hendricks

25-10

---

BLOCK ASSISTS Match: 35 v. Newman Univ., 2000 Season: 538, 2006

1993 Lassetter

4-33

---

1994 Lassetter

2-28

---

1995 Borden

12-18

---

1996 Borden

30-2 (6-0)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

1997 Borden

21-11 (5-1)

SAC Co-Champs SW Reg. Tour.

KILLS Match: 32, Serenity King v. Col of the SW, 1999 Season: 530, Analicia Estrada, 2007

1998 Borden

20-14 (4-2)

SW Reg. Tour.

1999 Borden

14-18 (1-5)

Sub-Reg. Tour.

ATTEMPTS Match: 94, Kate Trejos v. OK Baptist, 2010 Season: 1660, Analicia Estrada, 2007

2000 Borden

7-21 (0-6)

---

2001 Turpin

13-19 (2-6)

---

2002 Turpin

18-24 (3-5)

---

2003 Turpin

17-19 (3-3)

Region VI Tour.

2004 Turpin

5-26 (0-6)

---

2005 Howard

13-22 (2-6)

---

2006 Howard

18-24 (2-8)

---

2007 Giacomazzi

23-17 (7-5)

Region VI Tour.

2008 Giacomazzi

26-8 (10-4)

SAC Tour Champsmps

TOTAL BLOCKS Match: 37 vs. Newman Univ., 2000 Season: 430, 2001

HITTING PERCENTAGE Match: .917, Taylor-Ann Harbert v. HSU, 1992 (MINIMUM: 250 Attempts) Season: .372, Nicole Kinn, 2006 ASSISTS Match: 72, Caryn Clem v. Dallas Baptist, 1999 Season: 1425, Abby Loerwald, 2005 DIGS Match: 36, Staci Wilt v. SNU, 11/13/09 Season: 656, Candy Fletcher, 2002 BLOCK SOLOS Match: 10, Taylor-Ann Harbert v. MSU, 1993 Season: 71, Amy Smith, 2003

2009 Giacomazzi

21-9 (8-6)

2010 Giacomazzi

20-9 (10-4)

Sect. Champs SAC Champs SW Reg. Tour.

KILLS 1. Amy Smith (00-03) 2. Kristee Turpin (96-99) 3. Serenity King (96-99) 4. Randi Trew (04-06) 5. Carrie Walters (96-98)

1579 1507 1439 1252 1231

KILL ATTEMPTS 1. Kristee Turpin (96-99) 2. Serenity King (96-99) 3. Amy Smith (00-03) 4. Analicia Estrada (05-07, 09) 5. Desiree Luevano (07-10)

4229 3998 3705 3562 3551

HITTING PERCENTAGE (min. 200 a/yr) 1. Melody Teel-Garcia (91-93) 2. Amy Smith (00-03) 3. Taylor Ann Harbert (92-93) 4. Jennifer Wyatt (07-10) 5. Audrey Hemminger (06-09)

.311 .296 .246 .243 .240

ASSISTS 1. Anika Voigt (07-10) 2. Terrie Walters (96-98) 3. Abby Loerwald (03-06) 4. Vanessa Flores (91-92) 5. Kari Gibson (99-02)

4199 3935 3915 2235 2221

SERVICE ACES 1. Kristee Turpin (96-99) 2. Serenity King (96-99) 3. Terrie Walters (96-98) 4. Jenny Fletcher (99-02) 4. Analicia Estrada (05-07, 09) DIGS 1. Anika Voigt (07-10) 2. Desiree Luevano (07-10) 3. Kari Gibson (99-02) 4. Kristee Turpin (96-99) 5. Heather Harrison (92-95)

174 165 147 143 143 1711 1533 1384 1364 1302

BLOCK SOLOS 1. Amy Smith (00-03) 2. MaryGrace Moore (03-05) 3. Amy Rice (03-04) 4. Taylor Ann Harbert (92-93) 5. Analicia Estrada (05-07, 09)

166 98 80 76 69

BLOCK ASSISTS 1. Amy Smith (00-03) 2. Jennifer Worth (98-01) 3. Jennifer Wyatt (07-10) 4. Traci Phipps (99-02) 5. Audrey Hemminger (06-09)

357 229 222 208 205

TOTAL BLOCKS 1. Amy Smith (00-03) 2. Jennifer Wyatt (07-10) 3. Jennifer Worth (98-01) 4. Audrey Hemminger (06-09) 5. Traci Phipps (99-02)

523 280 275 267 264

SAC Tourn. SAC Tourn. Finalist

Pioneer Volleyball • 14


Pioneer Recordbook INDIVIDUAL HONORS Year Athlete/Honor 1991 Vanessa Flores 1st Tm All-District Melody Teel 2nd Tm All-District, Academic All-District 1992 Melody Teel NAIA Scholar Athlete 1994 Heather Harrison NAIA Scholar Athlete 1995 Heather Harrison NAIA Scholar Athlete Crystal Kelley All-SAC 1996 Serenity King 2nd Tm All-Section, All-SAC Kristee Turpin 2nd Tm All-Region, 1st Tm All-Section, All-SAC Carrie Walters 1st Tm All-Region, 1st Tm All-Section, All-SAC Sectional Player of the Week Terrie Walters All-SAC 1997 Kristee Turpin 1st Tm Al-Region, All-SAC 2-time SAC Player of the Week Carrie Walters 1st Tm All-Region, All-SAC 2-time SAC Player of the Week Terrie Walters 2nd Tm All-Region, All-SAC SW Region Setter of the Week 3-time SAC Setter of the Week 1998 Serenity King NAIA Scholar Athlete 1st Tm All-Region, 1st Team All-SAC 3-time SAC Player of the Week Kristee Turpin 2nd Tm All-Region, 1st Team All-SAC Terrie Walters 2nd Tm All-Region, 1st Team All-SAC SW Region Setter of the Week 3-time SAC Setter of the Week 1999 Serenity King NAIA Scholar Athlete, 1st Team All- Region VI, 1st Team All-SAC Kristee Turpin 2nd Tm All-Region VI, 2nd Tm All-SAC Jennifer Worth 2nd Tm All-SAC 2001 Jennifer Worth 3rd Tm All-SAC, Region VI POW 2002 Kari Gibson 2nd Tm All-SAC, NAIA Scholar Athlete Amy Smith 1st Tm All-SAC, 1st Team All-Region SAC Front Row Specialist of the Year, Region Front Row Specialist of the Year Joi Stanley NAIA Scholar Athlete 2003 Joi (Stanley) Jenkins NAIA Scholar Athlete MaryGrace Moore 1st Tm All-SAC, SAC Newcomer of the Year

Year Athlete/Honor 2003 Amy Rice (contd) 2nd Tm All-SAC, SAC Freshman of the Year Amy Smith 1st Tm All-SAC, 1st Team All-Region SAC Front Row Specialist of the Year NAIA Honorable Mention All-American Keitha Tyler 2nd Tm All-SAC, NAIA Scholar Athlete 2004 Krissa Johnson 2nd Tm All-SAC, 2nd Team All-Region MaryGrace Moore 2nd Tm All-SAC, NAIA Scholar Athlete Randi Trew 2nd Tm All-SAC, 2nd Team All-Region 2005 Abby Loerwald 2nd Tm All-SAC MaryGrace Moore 1st Tm All-SAC, 2nd Team All-Region Randi Trew 2nd Tm All-SAC, 2nd Team All-Region 2006 Randi Trew 1st Tm All-SAC, 2nd Team All-Region Nicole Kinn 2nd Tm All-SAC 2007 Hailey Clark NAIA Scholar Athlete Analicia Estrada 1st Tm All-SAC, 1st Team All-Region Audrey Hemminger 2nd Tm All-SAC Bethany Lewis NAIA Scholar Athlete Desiree Luevano SAC All-Tournament Anika Voigt 2nd Tm All-SAC 2008 Hailey Clark NAIA Scholar Athlete Kimberli Harger 2nd Tm All-SAC SAC Player of the Week Audrey Hemminger SAC All-Tournament Bethany Lewis NAIA Scholar Athlete

Year Athlete/Honor 2008 Desiree Luevano (contd) 2nd Tm All-SAC SAC Player of the Week Anika Voigt 2nd Tm All-SAC SAC Tournament MVP Jennifer Wyatt 1st Tm All-SAC, SAC All-Tournament AVCA HM All-American 2009 Kimberli Harger 2nd Tm All-SAC Desiree Luevano NAIA Scholar Athlete Alissa Mitchell NAIA Scholar Athlete Anika Voigt 1st Tm All-SAC, 2-time SAC Setter of the Week, SAC Player of the Week AVCA HM All-American Staci Wilt SAC Libero of the Week Jennifer Wyatt 2nd Tm All-SAC, SAC All-Tournament 2010 Anika Voigt NAIA HM All-American, 1st Tm All-SAC, SAC All-Tournament AVCA All-Region Kate Trejos SAC Newcomer of the Year, 1st Tm All-SAC, SAC Hitter of the Week, SAC Player of the Week, AVCA All-Region Tatiana Gonzalez 2nd Tm All-SAC Desiree Luevano NAIA Scholar Athlete, 2nd Tm All-SAC SAC Hitter of the Week, COSIDA Academic All-District 2nd Tm Jennifer Wyatt 2nd Tm All-SAC Alissa Mitchell NAIA Scholar Athlete Keliesha Carter NAIA Scholar Athlete

Anika Voigt became the second Pioneer to earn NAIA All-American honors in 2010. Kate Trejos was named as Sooner Athletic Conference Newcomer of the Year, and both WBU netters also were honored as 1st Team AllConference selections.

Pioneer Volleyball • 15


Pioneer Recordbook ALL-TIME ROSTER Player Armstrong, Robyn Banning, Brittany

Seasons

Letters

1992

1

Player

Seasons

Letters

Jay, Amber

2002-03

2

Teafatiller, Jada

Jenkins, Joi Stanley

1999-02

4

Teel, Melody

Johnson, Krissa

2004

1

Jones, Sara

2003

1

Jones, Tami

1992-93

2

2006-07

2

Bell, Lani

1994

1

Brandon, Julia

1994

1

Brown, Bailey

2006

1

Bryant, Whitney

2010

1

Kelley, Crystal

1995-96

2

Buckner, LaVoris

2002-05

4

King, Serenity

1996-99

4

King, Vinilla

1995-96

2

Kinn, Nicole

2006

Knapp, Claire Lacefield, Deanna

Clark, Hailey

2005-08

4

Clem, Caryn

1999

1

Coombes, Hillary

1998

1

Cortazar, Laura

2006

1

Davis, Sabrina

2008-09

2

2004

1

Dunnam, Kourtney

Laos, Tandi Morton

Trew, Randi

2004-06

3

Trout, Allison

1996

1

Turpin, Kristee

1996-99

4

Tyler, Keitha

2000-03

4

1

Voigt, Anika

2007-10

4

1991

1

Vote, Dori

1994

1

1991

1

Walters, Carrie

1996-98

3 3 1

Lewis, Bethany

2005-08

4

Weiss, Jessica

2006-08

3

1994

1

Welch, Ashley

2010

1

2003-06

4

Wilcox, Miriam

1998-00

3

1993

1

Wilt, Staci

2007-09

3

2007-10

4

Worley, Christi

1996-98

3

Worth, Jennifer

1998-01

4

Wright, Kendra

1998

1

Wyatt, Jennifer

2007-10

4

2002-05

4

2005-07, 09

4

Luevano, Desiree Malleck, Katie

2008

1

3

Martin, Krista

1994-95

2

1991

1

Fletcher, Candice

2001-02

2

McCarthy, Sherry

Fletcher, Jenny

1999-02

4

Mitchell, Alissa

2008-10

3

Flisowski, Trista

1992

1

Montoya, Cyril

1992-93

2

Moore, MaryGrace

2003-05

3

Moos, Michelle

1998-99

2

Flores, Vanessa

1991-92

2

Garcia, Melody

1993

1

Garvey, Micah

2001-02

2

Phillips, Mari

1991

1

Gibson, Kari

1999-02

4

Phipps, Traci

1999-02

4

Glover, Tukessa

1995

1

Goen, Jessica

1996

1

Ramsey, Keitha

1997

1

Gonzalez, Tatiana

2010

1

Reasoner, Angel

1995-96

2

1992, 94-95

3

Rice, Amy

2003-04

2

Graves, Kerry

1991, 93

2

2007

1

2006, 2010

2

Hammit, Lorrie

2000-02

3

Harbert, Taylor-Ann

1992-93

2

2006

1

Harger, Kimberli

2008-10

3

Harrison, Heather

1992-95

4

Harrison, Micah

1996

1

Havins, Lindsey

2001-02

2

Hemminger, Audrey

2006-09

4

2009

1

Hiller, Jennifer

2002-03

2

Hodge, Joni

1999-00

2

1991

1

Hodges, Kriste

1

2003

Lozano, Tina

Hill, Haley

1

2010

1996-98

Loerwald, Abby

Grant, Dori

2007

Trejos, Kate

Weddel, Alyssa

2

1993-95

Treat, Vanessa

Walters, Terrie

1991-92

Felan, Lori

2

2

Eiben, Daynette

4

3

1991-92

3

1

1995-98

2002, 04-05

1997-98

1994

Evers, Jessica

Letters

2000-01, 03

Eads, Lynnette

Estrada, Analicia

Seasons

Lee, Tissie Liedecke, Anna

Eicke, T’Leah

Player

Richards, Ashleah Ross Carter, Keliesha Sanders, Renee Satterfield, Kara

2003

1

1992-93

2

Shafer, Heather

2003

1

Sharp, Stevi

2007

1

Scott, Darla

Simpson, Ashlee Smith, Amy Stewart, Donetta Bingham Stridde, Cari Lynn

2004

1

2000-03

4

1996-97, 99

3

2001

1

Pioneer Volleyball • 16


Pioneer Recordbook Series Records vs. Opponents Opponent Abilene Christian Ambassador College Angelo State Ashford Univ. Austin College Avila Univ. (MO)

Won 1 3 0 1 5 0

Lost 8 4 8 0 2 1

Last Match 9-10-05 2-28-95 9-9-05 9-18-09 10-14-06 9-12-03

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

Opponent Mid-America Bible Mid-America Christian Midwestern State Mississippi College Morningside College

Won 2 9 7 1 1

Lost 0 0 13 0 0

Last Match 10-1-96 10-29-10 10-26-10 10-29-05 9-19-09

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

Bacone (OK) Baker Univ. (KS) Belhaven College (MS) Bethel College (KS)

1 1 0 1

0 0 1 0

8-29-03 9-12-03 9-15-07 9-27-02

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

National Christian New Mexico Highlands Newman (KS) Northern Montana NW Missouri State

1 4 1 0 0

1 2 2 1 1

10-18-99 9-2-94 9-3-04 1992 10-26-01

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

Cameron Univ. (OK) Central Bible College Central State (OH) Christian Heritage Col. of the Ozarks Col. of the Southwest Colorado Christian CSU-Pueblo (Southern CO) Columbia (MO) Concordia-Austin Concordia (CA) Concordia (NE) CU-Colorado Springs

0 0 0 0 2 16 0 1 0 1 2 1 1

4 1 1 1 1 17 1 2 1 0 0 0 0

9-28-09 10-8-94 1991 10-27-97 9-5-09 10-23-07 1992 1992 10-15-04 9-5-03 10-15-00 9-11-09 8-29-98

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

Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma City OK Panhandle State OK (Bartlesville) Wesleyan Olivet Nazarene Ouchita Baptist Our Lady of the Lake

5 4 8 2 1 1 1

3 10 1 1 0 0 0

10-22-10 11-13-10 8-30-08 8-25-07 8-26-10 9-11-99 11-3-07

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

Park Univ. (MO) Paul Quinn Peru State (NE)

1 1 1

0 0 0

10-26-01 9-25-97 10-2-04

3-0 3-0 3-0

Reinhard College (GA)

1

0

10-18-08

3-1

Dakota Wesleyan Dallas Baptist Dillard Univ. (LA) Drury

1 10 1 0

0 13 0 1

8-25-07 9-11-04 10-17-08 9-21-02

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

Eastern New Mexico East Texas Baptist Embry-Riddle AZ Embry-Riddle FL

2 1 2 0

19 0 0 1

9-23-08 9-4-99 9-10-10 9-2-10

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

Friends Univ. (KS)

0

1

9-2-95

0-3

Graceland College (IA)

0

2

10-21-06

0-3

Hannibal-LaGrange (MO) Haskell Indian College Hardin Simmons Harris-Stowe State Hastings College (NE) Hendrix College Holy Names Houston Baptist Howard Payne Huston Tillotson

1 1 17 1 1 1 1 2 14 14

0 0 6 0 1 0 0 12 5 4

9-13-08 10-1-04 9-2-06 9-5-09 9-19-09 10-14-06 9-10-10 9-23-05 9-11-09 8-20-08

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

Schreiner (TX) SE Oklahoma State Southern Nazarene SW Assemblies of God Southwest Baptist Southwestern Col. (KS) SW Oklahoma State St. Edward’s St. Gregory’s St. Mary’s (TX) St. Xavier (IL) Sterling College (KS) Sul Ross State

0 1 21 5 0 1 0 0 17 0 1 2 12

1 1 18 3 1 4 2 1 2 4 0 0 7

9-1-00 10-13-06 11-6-10 8-28-08 9-10-05 10-6-01 10-4-06 1991 10-23-10 11-19-98 9-25-99 9-14-07 9-1-07

0-3 0-3 3-1 3-0 1-3 3-0 2-3 L 3-0 0-3 3-2 3-0 3-1

Incarnate Word

1

5

9-3-99

0-3

Tabor College (KS) Tarleton State Taylor Univ. Texas A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-International Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas Lutheran Texas Wesleyan Texas Women’s The Master’s

2 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 2 2

0 9 1 0 2 1 2 8 0 1

9-30-06 9-4-04 8-25-02 9-10-99 11-21-03 9-12-98 9-24-99 9-12-09 9-21-02 9-16-99

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

Jarvis Christian John Brown

1 15

0 21

9-7-02 11-12-10

3-0 3-1

Kansas Wesleyan

0

2

9-13-03

2-3

Lee Univ. (TN) LeTourneau Univ. Lewis & Clark State Lindenwood (MO) Lindsey Wilson (KY) Loyola (LA) Lubbock Christian

0 2 0 0 1 2 8

1 0 1 1 0 3 48

9-13-08 10-13-06 9-3-10 10-21-06 9-14-07 10-18-08 11-12-10

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

U. of Alaska-Anchorage U. of Central Oklahoma U. of Dallas U. of Northwestern Ohio U. of Sioux Falls (SD) U. of St. Thomas (TX) UT-Brownsville UT-Dallas UT-Permian Basin UT-Tyler

0 0 4 0 1 3 0 1 14 1

1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 14 0

9-10-99 10-23-03 9-12-96 9-4-10 9-18-09 8-29-08 9-22-06 9-3-05 10-5-10 10-29-05

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

Madonna Mary Hardin Baylor McMurry

1 5 7

0 6 5

9-4-10 8-31-07 9-16-06

3-2 3-0 3-0

Waldorf Col. (WA) Washburn Univ. (KS) Western New Mexico Western State (CO) West Texas A&M William Jewell William Woods

0 0 0 0 0 3 1

1 1 5 1 9 0 0

10-17-02 1992 9-11-99 1992 9-21-10 9-5-09 9-4-09

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

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Pioneer Recordbook All-Time Results 1991 - Won 11, Lost 24 Tarleton State 1-2 L Huston-Tillotson 0-2 L Mary Hardin Baylor 0-2 L Howard Payne 1-2 L St. Edward’s L Unknown L Unknown L Unknown L Ambassador Col. 3-1 W Austin College 3-0 W Dallas Baptist 1-3 L McMurry 3-2 W Hardin Simmons 1-3 L Southern Colorado 0-3 L Sul Ross State 0-3 L Eastern NM 0-3 L NM Highlands 3-1 W NM Highlands 3-2 W Southern Colorado 2-3 L Howard Payne 3-2 W Tarleton State 3-2 W Midwestern State 3-0 W McMurry 0-3 L Dallas Baptist 3-0 W Tarleton State 1-3 L Lubbock Christian 0-3 L Central State (OK) 0-3 L Cameron Univ. 0-3 L Sul Ross State 2-3 L Hardin Simmons 3-2 W Howard Payne 3-2 W Lubbock Christian 0-3 L Austin College 3-0 W Midwestern State 1-3 L Sul Ross State 1-3 L 1992 - Won 25, Lost 10 Hardin Simmons 3-1 W Southern Nazarene 0-3 L Schreiner Col. 3-0 W NM Highlands 3-1 W Lubbock Christian 3-2 W Midwestern State 3-2 W Huston Tillotson 3-2 W Schreiner Col. 3-1 W Ambassador Col. 3-0 W Dallas Baptist 3-1 W Austin College 3-0 W NM Highlands 3-2 W Colorado Christian 0-3 L Washburn Univ. 0-3 L Western State (CO) 1-3 L Northern Montana 1-3 L Southern Colorado 3-0 W McMurry 3-2 W Tarleton State 3-0 W Howard Payne 1-3 L Lubbock Christian 2-3 L Univ. of Central OK 0-3 L Sul Ross State 3-2 W McMurry 3-0 W Midwestern State 2-3 L Hardin Simmons 3-1 W Dallas Baptist 3-0 W Univ. of Dallas 3-0 W Austin College 3-0 W Lubbock Christian 3-2 W Sul Ross State 3-0 W Hardin Simmons 3-1 W Tarleton State 3-1 W

Howard Payne Tarleton State

3-0 W 2-3 L

1993 - Won 4, Lost 33 Hardin Simmons 2-3 Southern Nazarene 0-3 NM Highlands 1-3 St. Mary’s (TX) 0-3 Lubbock Christian 1-3 Hardin Simmons 0-3 Dallas Baptist 3-1 Univ. of Dallas 3-1 Ambassador Col. 1-3 Southwestern (KS) 2-3 St. Mary’s (TX) 0-3 Western NM 0-2 Incarnate Word 0-2 Houston Baptist 0-2 Huston Tillotson 0-2 Tarleton State 1-3 Midwestern State 2-3 Hardin Simmons 2-3 Houston Baptist 0-2 Dallas Baptist 0-2 Lubbock Christian 1-3 Western NM 1-3 McMurry 0-3 Cameron Univ. 0-3 Dallas Baptist 1-3 Ambassador Col. 2-3 Sul Ross State 0-3 Western NM 0-3 Midwestern State 0-3 Tarleton State 0-3 Howard Payne 1-3 Lubbock Christian 0-3 Sul Ross State 2-3 Southwestern (KS) 0-3

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1994 - Won 2, Lost 28 Kansas Wesleyan 0-2 NM Highlands 0-2 Sul Ross State 0-2 Southern Nazarene 0-2 Howard Payne 0-3 McMurry 1-3 College of the SW 0-3 Sul Ross State 0-3 Lubbock Christian 0-3 National Christian 1-3 Bartlesville Wesleyan 0-2 Lubbock Christian 0-3 Dallas Baptist 1-3 Hardin Simmons 0-3 College of the SW 0-3 Huston Tillotson 3-2 Southwestern (KS) 0-3 Midwestern State 0-3 Lubbock Christian 1-3 Cameron Univ. 0-3 Southern Nazarene 0-3 Central Bible College 0-3 Hardin Simmons 2-3 McMurry 0-3 Southwestern (KS) 0-3 Central Bible Col 0-3 Hardin Simmons 2-3 McMurry 0-3 Southwestern (KS) 0-3 3-1 UT-Permian Basin Ambassador Col. 0-3 Univ. of Dallas 0-3

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Dallas Baptist College of the SW

1-3 2-3

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1995 - Won 12, Lost 18 Huston Tillotson 3-2 Kansas Newman 0-3 Friends (KS) 0-3 Sul Ross State 3-2 Incarnate Word 0-3 Houston Baptist 0-3 Howard Payne 3-2 Hardin Simmons 3-0 Mary Hardin-Baylor 0-3 Univ. of Dallas 3-0 Dallas Baptist 0-3 Ambassador Col. 0-3 Lubbock Christian 1-3 College of the SW 1-3 Western NM 0-3 UT-Permian Basin 3-0 Ambassador Col. 3-1 John Brown 0-3 Hardin Simmons 3-1 Southern Nazarene 3-1 Midwestern State 1-3 Howard Payne 0-3 College of the SW 0-3 Dallas Baptist 3-1 UT-Permian Basin 3-0 Southern Nazarene 0-3 John Brown 1-3 Lubbock Christian 2-3 Hardin Simmons 3-2 Midwestern State 1-3

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1996 - Won 30, Lost 2 UT-Permian Basin 3-0 Schreiner College 3-0 Mary Hardin-Baylor 3-1 Lubbock Christian 0-3 Hardin Simmons 3-1 Hardin Simmons 3-1 Houston Baptist 3-0 Howard Payne 3-1 Mary Hardin Baylor 3-0 Mid-America Bible 3-0 Univ. of Dallas 3-0 Schreiner Col. 3-1 Dallas Baptist 3-0 Dallas Baptist 3-0 UT-Permian Basin 3-0 College of the SW 3-2 Mid-America Bible 3-1 John Brown 3-1 Southern Nazarene 3-0 Lubbock Christian 3-1 Hardin Simmons 3-0 McMurry 3-1 College of the SW 3-2 McMurry 3-1 Howard Payne 3-0 John Brown 3-0 Southern Nazarene 3-0 UT-Permian Basin 3-0 Lubbock Christian 3-2 College of the SW 3-2 Lubbock Christian 3-1 Mary Hardin Baylor 1-3

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1997 - Won 21, Lost 11 Houston Baptist 3-0 W UT-Permian Basin 3-0 W

Lubbock Christian College of the SW Hardin Simmons UT-Permian Basin Dallas Baptist Incarnate Word The Master’s Mary Hardin Baylor Concordia (CA) Christian Heritage The Master’s Paul Quinn Incarnate Word Howard Payne Southern Nazarene John Brown Lubbock Christian Austin College Hardin Simmons UT-Permian Basin Mary Hardin Baylor Dallas Baptist College of the SW Southern Nazarene John Brown Lubbock Christian Dallas Baptist Southern Nazarene Lubbock Christian Incarnate Word

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

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1998 - Won 20, Lost 14 Angelo State 0-3 Dallas Baptist 3-1 CU-Colorado Springs 3-0 Abilene Christian 1-3 Howard Payne 3-0 Sul Ross State 3-0 Mary Hardin Baylor 3-0 Schreiner 3-0 Hardin Simmons 3-0 Angelo State 0-3 Texas Women’s 3-2 Texas A&M-Kingsville 0-3 College of the SW 3-0 Abilene Christian 3-2 St. Mary’s (TX) 2-3 Angelo State 0-3 Huston Tillotson 3-1 Texas Lutheran 1-3 Howard Payne 3-0 Eastern NM 0-3 Southern Nazarene 3-0 John Brown 3-1 Abilene Christian 1-3 Southern Nazarene 3-0 Lubbock Christian 0-3 UT-Permian Basin 3-0 College of the SW 3-0 College of the SW 3-0 Eastern NM 1-3 John Brown 3-2 Lubbock Christian 0-3 St. Mary’s (TX) 0-3

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1999 - Won 14, Lost 18 Houston Baptist 2-3 Sul Ross State 3-0 Incarnate Word 0-3 East Texas Baptist 3-1 Mary Hardin Baylor 3-0 College of the SW 3-2

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TX A&M-Commerce Alaska-Anchorage Ouachita Baptist Western NM The Master’s Claremont-Mudd-Scripp Eastern NM Texas Lutheran Dallas Baptist St. Xavier (IL) UT-Permian Basin Hardin Simmons Huston Tillotson Lubbock Christian Southern Nazarene John Brown College of the SW UT-Permian Basin National Christian McMurry Hardin Simmons Eastern NM Southern Nazarene John Brown Lubbock Christian John Brown

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

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2000 - Won 7, Lost 21 Houston Baptist 0-3 Angelo State 0-3 Abilene Christian 0-3 Schreiner 0-3 Sul Ross State 3-0 UT-Permian Basin 2-3 Dallas Baptist 0-3 Eastern NM 1-3 College of the SW 3-2 Hastings College 0-3 Southern Nazarene 0-3 Dallas Baptist 2-3 Huston Tillotson 0-3 College of the SW 3-1 Lubbock Christian 0-3 West Texas A&M 0-3 Huston Tillotson 3-1 Houston Baptist 0-3 Newman (KS) 3-1 Concordia (NE) 3-2 UT-Permian Basin 1-3 Sul Ross State 3-0 John Brown 2-3 UT-Permian Basin 1-3 Southern Nazarene 0-3 John Brown 0-3 Lubbock Christian 0-3 Eastern NM 1-3

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2001 - Won 13, Lost 19 College of the SW 3-0 W St. Gregory’s 0-3 L Taylor Univ. 0-3 L St. Gregory’s 0-3 L College of the SW 3-1 W Texas Wesleyan 0-3 L Howard Payne 3-1 W SW Assemblies 3-2 W Abilene Christian 0-3 L College of the SW 1-3 L Abilene Christian 0-3 L Dallas Baptist 0-3 L Pioneer Volleyball • 18


Pioneer Recordbook John Brown Southern Nazarene Huston Tillotson Houston Baptist Sul Ross State UT-Permian Basin Southern Nazarene Sterling Col. (KS) Southwestern (KS) UT-Permian Basin Lubbock Christian Eastern NM College of the SW St. Gregory’s Park Univ. John Brown NW Missouri State Eastern NM Lubbock Christian West Texas A&M

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

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2002 - Won 18, Lost 24 UT-Permian Basin 1-3 L Huston Tillotson 3-0 W Texas Wesleyan 1-3 L Tarleton State 1-3 L Midwestern State 3-2 W Avila Univ. (MO) 2-3 L Baker Univ. 3-1 W Kansas Wesleyan 2-3 L William Jewell 3-0 W UT-Permian Basin 0-3 L Houston Baptist 0-3 L John Brown 3-1 W UT-Permian Basin 0-3 L West Texas A&M 0-3 L Southern Nazarene 1-3 L Texas Wesleyan 2-3 L Mid-America Naz 3-1 W College of the SW 2-3 L Eastern NM 0-3 L Waldorf College 2-3 L Southern Nazarene 3-0 W Lubbock Christian 0-3 L Central Oklahoma 0-3 L John Brown 3-1 W William Jewell 3-0 W Evangel College 1-3 L College of the SW 3-0 W Midwestern State 0-3 L Eastern NM 2-3 L Lubbock Christian 0-3 L Southern Nazarene 3-1 W Lubbock Christian 0-3 L Texas A&M - Int’l 0-3 L 2003 - Won 17, Lost 19 Huston Tillotson 3-0 W Bacone 3-0 W SW Assemblies 3-0 W Howard Payne 3-0 W SE Oklahoma 3-0 W Concordia-Austin 3-0 W Tarleton State 1-3 L Midwestern State 3-2 W Avila Univ. (MO) 2-3 L Baker Univ. 3-1 W Kansas Wesleyan 2-3 L William Jewell 3-0 W UT-Permian Basin 3-1 W Houston Baptist 0-3 L John Brown 3-1 W

UT-Permian Basin West Texas A&M Southern Nazarene Texas Wesleyan Mid-America Nazarene College of the SW Eastern NM Waldorf College Southern Nazarene Lubbock Christian Central Oklahoma John Brown William Jewell Evangel Col. College of the SW Midwestern State Eastern NM Lubbock Christian Southern Nazarene Lubbock Christian Texas A&M - Int’l

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

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2004 - Won 5, Lost 26 Abilene Christian 0-3 Newman Univ. 0-3 UT-Permian Basin 1-3 Midwestern State 0-3 Tarleton State 0-3 Midwestern State 1-3 Dallas Baptist 1-3 College of the SW 0-3 Eastern NM 0-3 Southern Nazarene 0-3 Houston Baptist 0-3 Huston Tillotson 3-0 John Brown 0-3 Lubbock Christian 0-3 Southern Nazarene 1-3 Haskell Indian Col. 3-1 Peru State 3-0 Eastern NM 0-3 West Texas A&M 0-3 Panhandle State 3-0 College of the SW 0-3 Loyola Univ. 1-3 Columbia Col. (MO) 0-3 St. Francis 0-3 Houston Baptist 1-3 UT-Permian Basin 0-3 Mid-America Christian 3-1 John Brown 1-3 Eastern NM 0-3 Lubbock Christian 0-3 Lubbock Christian 0-3

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2005 - Won 13, Lost 22 Eastern NM 3-1 Howard Payne 3-1 Midwestern State 0-3 UT-Dallas 3-0 West Texas A&M 0-3 Angelo State 2-3 Southwest Baptist 1-3 Abilene Christian 0-3 Midwestern State 0-3 College of the SW 1-3 John Brown 2-3 Southern Nazarene 0-3 Houston Baptist 0-3 St. Gregory’s 3-1 UT-Permian Basin 0-3 Eastern NM 1-3

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Southern Nazarene Tabor College St. Gregory’s Texas Wesleyan SW Assemblies of God Lubbock Christian Panhandle State College of the SW Mid-America Christian John Brown Graceland Col. St. Gregory’s Panhandle State Austin College Mississippi College UT-Tyler Lubbock Christian UT-Permian Basin Lubbock Christian

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

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2006 - Won 18, Lost 24 Midwestern State 0-3 St. Gregory’s 3-0 SW Assemblies of God 1-3 McMurry 3-2 Mary Hardin Baylor 3-2 Hardin Simmons 3-2 Texas Wesleyan 3-2 SW Oklahoma State 0-3 Panhandle State 0-3 Sul Ross State 3-0 McMurry 3-0 Eastern NM 1-3 Oklahoma City 1-3 Southern Nazarene 1-3 UT-Brownsville 2-3 John Brown 0-3 Texas Wesleyan 1-3 College of the SW 3-1 Southern Nazarene 0-3 Loyola Univ. 1-3 Tabor College 3-0 Oklahoma City 0-3 SW Oklahoma State 2-3 Huston Tillotson 3-0 Lubbock Christian 1-3 SE Oklahoma 0-3 LeTourneau 3-1 Austin College 0-3 UT-Tyler 3-1 Hendrix College 3-0 College of the SW 1-3 John Brown 0-3 Graceland Univ. 0-3 Lindenwood Univ. 0-3 Panhandle State 3-0 Lubbock Christian 0-3 UT-Permian Basin 0-3 St. Gregory’s 3-1 SW Assemblies of God 3-1 Huston Tillotson 3-0 Univ. of St. Thomas 3-0 Oklahoma City 0-3

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2007 - Won 23, Lost 17 Oklahoma City 0-3 Huston Tillotson 3-0 Dakota Wesleyan 3-1 OK Wesleyan 3-1 SW Assemblies of God 1-3 Mary Hardin Baylor 3-0 Univ. of St. Thomas 3-0

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Sul Ross State Panhandle State Midwestern State Texas Wesleyan SW Assemblies of God Lindsey Wilson (KY) Sterling Col. Col. of the Ozarks Belhaven (MS) Southern Nazarene Oklahoma City Mid-America Christian St. Gregory’s John Brown Lubbock Christian Texas Wesleyan Panhandle State College of the SW UT-Permian Basin Southern Nazarene Oklahoma City College of the SW St. Gregory’s John Brown Mid-America Christian West Texas A&M Lubbock Christian Huston Tillotson Our Lady of the Lake Loyola Univ. Mid-America Christian Oklahoma City Texas Wesleyan

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

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2008 - Won 26, Lost 8 Panhandle State 3-0 SW Assemblies of God 3-0 Univ. of St. Thomas 3-1 Huston Tillotson 3-0 Panhandle State 3-1 Eastern NM 3-2 Ottawa Univ. 3-1 Hannibal-LaGrange 3-1 Lee Univ. 1-3 Midwestern State 0-3 Eastern NM 2-3 Mid-America Christian 3-0 John Brown 3-2 Texas Wesleyan 3-0 Oklahoma City 3-2 Southern Nazarene 3-0 Oklahoma Baptist 3-1 St. Gregory’s 3-1 Lubbock Christian 1-3 Oklahoma Baptist 3-1 Dillard Univ. 3-0 Reinhardt Col. 3-1 Loyola Univ. 3-2 Oklahoma City 1-3 Southern Nazarene 3-2 John Brown 2-3 Mid-America Christian 3-0 Oklahoma Baptist 3-0 St. Gregory’s 3-0 Lubbock Christian 0-3 Oklahoma Baptist 3-0 Lubbock Christian 3-2 John Brown 3-2 Lubbock Christian 1-3

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2009 - Won 21, Lost 9 William Woods 3-1 Col. of the Ozarks 3-2 Harris-Stowe State 3-0 William Jewell 3-1 Concordia NE 3-0 Howard Payne 3-0 Texas Wesleyan 3-0 Ashford Univ. 3-1 Univ. of Sioux Falls 3-0 Hastings Col. 3-1 Morningside Col. 3-1 Southern Nazarene 2-3 Oklahoma City 3-1 Cameron Univ. 1-3 Midwestern State 3-2 John Brown 2-3 Mid-America 3-0 Christian St. Gregory’s 3-0 Oklahoma Baptist 3-2 Lubbock Christian 0-3 Oklahoma City 3-0 Southern Nazarene 3-2 Mid-America Chr. 3-0 John Brown 0-3 West Texas A&M 1-3 Oklahoma Baptist 1-3 St. Gregory’s 3-0 Lubbock Christian 0-3 Southern Nazarene 3-2 Lubbock Christian 0-3 2010 - Won 20, Lost 9 Olivet Nazarene 3-0 Embry-Riddle AZ 3-0 York College 3-0 Embry-Riddle FL 1-3 Lewis & Clark State 1-3 Univ. of NW Ohio 2-3 Madonna Univ. 3-2 Holy Names Univ. 3-0 Embry-Riddle AZ 3-0 Lubbock Christian 1-3 West Texas A&M 0-3 St. Gregory’s 3-0 Oklahoma Baptist 2-3 John Brown 3-1 Mid-America Chr. 3-0 UT-Permian Basin 3-1 Southern Nazarene 3-0 Oklahoma City 3-0 Lubbock Christian 3-2 Oklahoma Baptist 2-3 St. Gregory’s 3-0 Midwestern State 3-1 Mid-America Chr. 3-0 John Brown 3-1 Oklahoma City 0-3 Southern Nazarene 3-1 John Brown 3-1 Lubbock Christian 3-2 Oklahoma City 1-3

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Wayland Baptist University

With its first centennial celebration just wrapped up, Wayland Baptist University ends a year that paid homage to a rich heritage while pointing to a bright future. As year 102 begins, Wayland continues to expand its offerings with the first fully online bachelor’s degree launching with the Fall 2009 term. The Bachelor of Applied Science degree – with majors in business, human services, justice administration, religion, management and applied science – appeals heavily to the adult students in the Wayland system since it provides degree completion opportunities both face-to-face and online for more convenience in reaching their educational goals. Outside of the Plainview campus, enrollment continues to grow on the 12 external campuses in the Wayland system, where adult students pursue their education while working full-time jobs or serving their country on one of our many military installations. This fall, WBU added a teaching site at Vance Air Force Base in Enid, Okla., under the auspices of the Altus (Okla.) campus. The teaching site in Tucson, Ariz., continues to grow, and the university constantly explores other opportunities to take its special program and people into new avenues. Recent events have also affirmed Wayland’s academic strength, with a clean reaccreditation review from the Commission on College of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the National Association of Schools of Music. Similar accreditation is expected in 2009 from the National League of Nurses Accreditation Commission now that the first class of the School of Nursing has graduated. With all this progress, though, Wayland has stayed true to its mission of providing students with knowledge and hands-on experiences to serve others in Plainview and

world. Through the Wayland Missions Center, dozens of students engaged in mission trips and summer missions endeavors. Through these experiences, students are gaining valuable experience in being Christ’s hands and feet around the world. They’re also returning to the Wayland campus as young adults with a new purpose, a clearer understanding of the Gospel and its power and a renewed vigor for service. Missions is truly changing our world one student at a time. These are exciting times for Wayland as we face challenges of a new day in higher education while remaining true to the mission of faith-based efforts to educate people of all ages and prepare them for God’s work in the world.

DREAM

EXCEL

LEAD

The academic experience you can expect at Wayland begins with putting your ideas, aspirations, and expectations on the table. And, as you will discover once you get here, we like to set our expectations high and dream big. Whether you know what you plan to major in or would rather take some time to explore an array of academic areas, our liberal arts philosophy and Christian heritage provides the perfect foundation for your future success, however you define it. You will enjoy an impressive range of academic opportunities, such as our respected Honors Program, undergraduate research, study abroad, and our Leadership Program. And you will form close, meaningful relationships with professors who are simply outstanding. We offer more than 40 undergraduate majors, more than a dozen pre-professional programs, and eight graduate programs.

Undergraduate Majors and Specializations Accounting Biology Business Administration Career & Technology Chemistry Communication Studies Composite Social Studies Elementary Education English English/Language Arts Exercise and Sports Science Geology History Human Services International Management Management Information Systems Management/Marketing Mass Communications Mathematics Multidisciplinary Science Music Occupational Education Philosophy Physical Science Political Science Psychology Religion Religious Education Secondary Education Social Sciences Sociology Spanish Theatre Visual Art Pre-Professional Programs Pre-Christian Counseling Pre-Dental Pre-Engineering Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Medical Technology Pre-Nursing Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Optometry Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Seminary Pre-Veterinary Medicine Graduate Programs Master of Arts in Counseling Master of Arts in Management Master of Arts in Religion Master of Business Administration Master of Christian Ministry Master of Education Master of Public Administration Master of Science in Multidisciplinary Science Pioneer Volleyball • 20


Other Athletic Facilities The Pete & Nelda Laney Student Activities Center is located on the west side of the campus just east of Hutcherson Center. The 50,000-square foot structure includes the Wayne Evans Gymnasium and the James & Eva Mayer Student Lounge. The massive gymnasium contains a regulation-size basketball court complete with fold-up bleacher seating and electronic scoreboards. The area can also be converted into double courts. The lower level also includes full locker rooms with showers and dressing areas for men and women. Upstairs, the elevated indoor running track circles the gym, bordered by several classrooms that are used for physical education courses, and the cardiac/strength center with treadmills, elliptical machines, Nautilus weight machines, rowers and a 25-foot climbing wall. An aerobics room with wood floors will accommodate Pilates, yoga and aerobics classes offered at Wayland. The lounge area features a large projection television for student entertainment, pool tables, ping pong tables, and chairs and tables for the snack bar area.

J.V. Hilliard Field is one of the most unique stadiums in the area. The 1,000-seat bowl type facility located just north of Hutcherson Center is actually below ground level, providing a useful and functional windbreak for West Texas winds. Completed in 1964 as a home for the Pioneer track and field teams, the stadium was originally known as the Wayland Bowl, but was renamed Hilliard Field in 1981 to honor Wayland’s first track coach and the driving force behind the construction of the stadium. Now the home to both the Pioneer track and field teams and the WBU soccer teams, Hilliard Field received a major facelift during the summer of 2009. The track surface received a complete overhaul, the soccer field was completely reseeded, and the press box, storage rooms and restrooms were painted and refurbished. Just outside and to the west of the bowl area, a new fence was constructed, enclosing a new practice soccer field and the shot put and discus pits.

Dedicated in the spring of 1999, David & Myrt Wilder Field is the home of the Wayland Pioneer Baseball program and is one of the premiere facilities in the region. It features covered seating for 810, a full press box, inning-by-inning scoreboard, and attached practice infield. Restrooms, concessions, picnic plaza and a first-class sound system add to the baseball experience for visitors. The playing field is grass. The outfield fence measures 325 feet down the right- and left-field lines and 395 at the center field fence. In the evenings, the Pioneers play under eight 100’ light poles that encompass the baseball field.

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Sooner Athletic Conference

JOHN BROWN UNIVERSITY

Location: Siloam Springs, AR Founded: 1919 Enrollment: 2,078 Mascot: Golden Eagles Colors: Royal Blue and Gold Athletic Director: Robyn Daugherty SID: Simeon Hinsey SID Phone: 479-524-7304 Email: SHinsey@jbu.edu Website: www.jbu.edu/athletics Head Coach: Stacie Johnson Coach’s Phone: 479-524-7343 Email: sdjohnson@jbu.edu

LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN

Location: Lubbock, TX Founded: 1957 Enrollment: 2,000 Mascot: Chaparrals Colors: Blue & White Athletic Director: Paul Hise SID: Chris Due SID Phone: 806-720-7283 Email: chris.due@lcu.edu Website: www.lcuchaps.com Head Coach: Jennifer Lawrence Coach’s Phone: 806-720-7276 Email: jennifer.lawrence@lcu.edu

OKLAHOMA BAPTIST

OKLAHOMA CITY

Location: Shawnee, OK Founded: 1906 Enrollment: 1,600 Mascot: Bison Colors: Green and Gold Athletic Director: Dr. Norris Russell SID: Ray Fink SID Phone: 405-878-2108 Email: ray.fink@okbu.edu Website: www.obubison.com Head Coach: Anna Howle Coach’s Phone: 405-878-2150 Email: anna.howle@okbu.edu

SOUTHERN NAZARENE

Location: Bethany, OK Founded: 1899 Enrollment: 2,100 Mascot: Crimson Storm Colors: Crimson and White Athletic Director: Bobby Martin SID: David Noblett SID Phone: 405-491-6619 Email: dnoblett@mail.snu.edu Website: www.sports.snu.edu Head Coach: Kevin Ingram Coach’s Phone: 405-717-6221 Email: kingram@snu.edu

MID-AMERICA CHRISTIAN

Location: Oklahoma City, OK Founded: 1953 Enrollment: 764 Mascot: Evangels Colors: Red, Black and White Athletic Director: Willey Holley SID: Levi Convirs SID Phone: 405-692-3140 Email: lconvirs@macu.edu Website: www.macuathletics.cstv.com Head Coach: Craig Ruiz Coach’s Phone: 405-692-3144 Email: cruiz@macu.edu

Location: Oklahoma City, OK Founded: 1904 Enrollment: 3,668 Mascot: Stars Colors: Royal Blue and White Athletic Director: Jim Abbott SID: Rich Tortorelli SID Phone: 405-208-5304 Email: rtortorelli@okcu.edu Website: www.ocusports.com Head Coach: Nikki Dieball Coach’s Phone: 405-208-6205 Email: ndieball@okcu.edu

ST. GREGORY’S

Location: Shawnee, OK Founded: 1875 Enrollment: 800 Mascot: Cavaliers Colors: Red, White and Blue Athletic Director: Don Summer SID: Todd Eilert SID Phone: 405-878-5375 Email: tceilert@stgregorys.edu Website: www.stgregorys.edu Head Coach: Cassie McGlasson Coach’s Phone: 405-878-5166 Email: clmcglasson@stgregorys.edu

WAYLAND BAPTIST

Location: Plainview, TX Founded: 1908 Enrollment: 1,117 Mascot: Pioneers Colors: Blue and Gold Athletic Director: Dr. Greg Feris SID: Rhane Jeffress SID Phone: 806-291-3805 Email: jeffress@wbu.edu Website: www.wbuathletics.com Head Coach: Jim Giacomazzi Coach’s Phone: 806-291-3825 Email: jimg@wbu.edu


Champions of Character Respect integrity Responsibility Servant Leadership Sportsmanship Since 1937, the NAIA has administered programs and championships in proper balance with the overall educational experience. In 2000, the NAIA reaffirmed its purpose to enhance the character-building aspects of sport. Through Champions of Character, the NAIA seeks to create an environment in which every student-athlete, coach, official and spectator is committed to the true spirit of competition through five tenets: respect, integrity, responsibility, servant leadership and sportsmanship. The NAIA Champions of Character program is designed to instill an understanding of character values in sport, and provide student-athletes, coaches and parents the training to help them know the right thing, do the right thing and value the right thing inside and outside the sports setting.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE STUDENT-ATHLETE • 48,000 participating student-athletes • Hundreds of NAIA students recognized annually as All-America Scholar-Athletes, thousands more honored on the conference level • Championship opportunities at the conference, sectional, regional, and national levels • 23 championships encompassing 13 sports: MEN

WOMEN

Baseball Basketball (Div. I & II) Cross Country Football Golf Indoor Track & Field Outdoor Track & Field Soccer Swimming and Diving Tennis Wrestling

Basketball (Div. I & II) Cross Country Golf Indoor Track & Field Outdoor Track & Field Soccer Softball Swimming and Diving Tennis Volleyball

One athlete of character will improve a team. One team of character will improve a school. One school of character can impact an entire community.

- Bruce Brown NAIA Special Presenter

Sponsored By:

www.championsofcharacter.org


2011 WBU Volleyball Media Guide