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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S / T E A M I N F O R M AT I O N VOLLEYBALL COACHING STAFF

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2010 Schedule University Information Volleyball Support Staff Season Preview 2010 Roster Head Coach Sam Atoa Assistant Coaches Bios Player Bios Kayli Broadbent Doxey Lanni O’Reilly Dani Robison Kathleen Stevens Rachel Anderson Sarah Clement Chelsey Garfield Heaps Jaicee Kuresa Erica Nish Newcomers Opponents 2009 Statistics and Match Results NCAA Individual Season and Career Records All-Time UVU Roster All-Time NCAA Records vs. Opponents Year-by-Year NCAA Results New Zealand/Samoa Trip

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Head Coach Office Phone E-mail

Sam Atoa (801) 863-8657 Sam.Atoa@uvu.edu

Assistant Coach Office Phone E-mail

Lacee Koelliker (801) 863-7023 Lacee.Koelliker@uvu.edu

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Assistant Coach Office Phone E-mail

Scott Lee (801) 863-7023 Scott.Lee@uvu.edu

TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record 2009 Conf. Record (Finish) 2009 Postseason Starters Returning/Lost Letterwinners Returning/Lost Newcomers All-Time NCAA Div. I Record (7 years) Head Coach Alma Mater NCAA Div. I Record (7 years) Career Record at UVU (11 years)

22-10 10-2 (2nd) 2nd at GWC Tournament 4/3 9/5 2 113-84 Sam Atoa (12th Season) Brigham Young, 1988 113-84 251-115

2010 UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL TEAM

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U TA H VA L L E Y U N I V E R S I T Y I N F O R M AT I O N 2010 SCHEDULE DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME (MT)

TIGER INVITATIONAL Aug. 27 vs Nevada Aug. 28 vs Maryland at Missouri Aug. 31 Sept. 2 Sept. 3 Sept. 4 Sept. 7

Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo.

3 p.m. 9 a.m. 5:30 p.m.

at Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Air Force vs Fresno St. Orem, Utah vs Air Force Orem, Utah vs Fresno State Orem, Utah at Boise State Boise, Idaho

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m.

ARIZONA STATE INVITATIONAL Sept. 10 vs UC Riverside at Arizona State Sept. 11 vs High Point

Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz.

11 a.m. 8 p.m. 11 a.m.

Sept. 16 vs NJIT*

Orem, Utah

7 p.m.

UTAH STATE INVITATIONAL Sept. 17 vs UC Riverside Logan, Utah at Utah State Logan, Utah Sept. 18 vs Loyola Marymount Logan, Utah Sept. 21 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 5 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 14 Oct. 16 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct. 28 Oct. 30 Nov. 4 Nov. 5 Nov.11 Nov. 13

at Southern Utah at South Dakota* at North Dakota* vs Weber State vs Chicago State* vs BYU at UT-Pan American* at Houston Baptist* vs Southern Utah vs Boise State vs South Dakota* vs North Dakota* vs Houston Baptist* vs UT-Pan American* at NJIT* at Chicago State*

12:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 10 a.m.

Cedar City, Utah Vermillion, S.D. Grand Forks, N.D. Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Edinburg, Texas Houston, Texas Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Newark, N.J. Chicago, Ill.

7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m.

GREAT WEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP Nov. 18 TBD Nov. 19 TBD Nov. 20 TBD

Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill.

TBA TBA TBA

* Denotes Great West Conference matches

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U TA H VA L L E Y U N I V E R S I T Y I N F O R M AT I O N UNIVERSITY INFORMATION School Name

Utah Valley University

Location Orem, Utah Founded 1941 Approximate Enrollment 30,000 School Colors Green & White Mascot Wolverine Volleyball Facility Shurian Family Activity Center Capacity 2,000 Press Row (801) 362-1548 Affiliation NCAA Div. I Conference Great West President Matthew S. Holland Vice President for Student Affairs Cory Duckworth Director of Athletics Michael V. Jacobsen Senior Associate Athletic Director, Internal Operations Dr. D.J. Smith Associate Athletic Director, SWA Megan Kennedy Assistant Athletic Director, External Operations Brad Mertz Assistant Athletic Director, Marketing & Promotions Nate Mathis Assistant Athletic Director, Media Relations Clint Burgi

VOLLEYBALL SUPPORT STAFF Head Athletic Trainer: Office Phone: E-mail:

Andrew Nelson (801) 863-8636 Andrew.Nelson@uvu.edu

Equipment Manager: Office Phone: E-mail:

Mike Guymon (801) 863-8515 Mike.Guymon@uvu.edu

Athletic Department: Office Phone: Fax: Ticket Information: On the web:

(801) 863-8998 (801) 863-8813 (801) 863-8653 www.WolverineGreen.com

SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF DIRECTORY MAILING ADDRESS: Department of Athletics - #104 800 W. University Parkway Orem, Utah 84058-5999 Office: Fax:

(801) 863-8644 or (801) 863-6231 (801) 863-8813

Assistant AD/Media Relations: Clint Burgi Sport Responsibilities: Women’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, Baseball Office Phone: (801) 863-8644 Cell Phone: (801) 362-1548 E-mail: Clint.Burgi@uvu.edu Asst. Sports Info. Dir. (Volleyball Contact): James Warnick Sport Responsibilities: Women’s Volleyball, Wrestling, Women’s Basketball, Softball Office Phone: (801) 863-6231 Cell Phone: (801) 376-0814 E-mail: James.Warnick@uvu.edu Sports Information Assistant: Sport Responsibilities: Cell Phone: E-mail:

Jay Hinton Cross Country, Track, Golf (801) 448-3731 Jay.Hinton@uvu.edu

MEDIA CREDENTIALS: Media credentials for Utah Valley University home contests for newspaper, radio, television and photographers may be requested by contacting the appropriate sports information contact. For volleyball, please contact James Warnick via e-mail, office phone or even by cell phone.

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2010 SEASON PREVIEW After finishing second in the Great West Conference a year ago, the Utah Valley University women’s volleyball team has its sights set on winning its first conference title in 2010 and earning its first NCAA bid. Head coach Sam Atoa is back for his 12th season at the helm of UVU and hopes that his experienced roster can get the job done in 2010. “Last year was a huge disappointment that we didn’t attain our goal to win the conference championship,” Atoa said. “This year, the girls are motivated to put in the time and effort to try to be better throughout the season and conference tournament. Hopefully we can do the right things to get us there and give us another opportunity to play for that.

OUTSIDE HITTERS Even though Camie Manwill is gone, the Wolverines still have their best depth in this position with Broadbent Doxey, Garfield Heaps, Kuresa and Barker. Broadbent Doxey (6-0) led the entire GWC in kills last year as she finished with 494, and an average of 4.30 kills per set. Garfield Heaps (5-11) is the next top returner in that category as she averaged 1.82 kills per set as well, while Kuresa (6-0) had 110 kills a year ago. Redshirt-freshman Barker (6-1) will also vie for playing time as well. MIDDLES With Orem-native Robison entering her senior year as a Wolverine and her running mates Clement and Nish in the middle as well, UVU should be very solid in this position. Clement (6-2) led the squad in blocks a year ago with 104, while Robison (6-1) was right behind her with 81. Nish (6-2) will also see key playing time in the middle as she had 46 blocks last season.

“We all are also shooting towards making the NCAA tournament as well. It will be very, very difficult to do that but there is always a chance. If we are fortunate enough to do well in the month of September, it will be key to help determine if that is going to be a possibility or not. We are going to work towards it and if it happens great but if not we will keep working hard to help make that a reality in the years to come.”

RIGHT SIDE Atoa will turn to a number of his middle blockers to play right side as well. He will most likely he will turn to Clement and Nish to play there.

Atoa welcomes back four starters and nine letterwinniners from a year ago. One of those includes the newly married reigning Great West Conference Player of the Year Kayli Broadbent Doxey.

SETTERS With Chelsey Fa’alogo a talented setter that is no longer on the team in 2010, Atoa will look to Anderson and the incoming freshman Campbell in this department. Anderson (5-8) was third on the team in assists in 2009 with 75 and had a solid assist per set ratio with 4.17. Campbell (6-0) who was a very good setter at Mesquite High School in Gilbert, Ariz., will challenge Anderson for the starting spot.

UVU also returns four seniors and four juniors in 2010. Leading the way for the seniors is the aforementioned OH Broadbent Doxey, DS Lanni O’Reilly, MB Dani Robison and DS Kathleen Stevens. The four returning juniors are S Rachel Anderson, MB/RS Sarah Clement, recently married OH Chelsey Garfield Heaps and OH Jaicee Kuresa. The lone sophomore and final returning letterwinner from a year ago is MB/RS Erica Nish. The Wolverines also welcome back two redshirtfreshmen, in OH Lindsay Barker and DS Patti Flagg. Two newcomers will also join the Wolverine volleyball squad this season and will look to help solidify the roster. Brookelyn Campbell a S from Gilbert, Ariz., and Tawny Hughes a DS from Keller, Texas, round out the roster. The Wolverines officially begin the year Friday, Aug. 27, in Columbia, Mo., at the Tiger Invitational when they take on Nevada at 3 p.m. MT. On Saturday, the early-season schedule gets even more challenging when UVU will play two matches; one against Maryland of the ACC and the other against host Mizzou of the Big 12.

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DEFENSE With no more Allyce Jones at libero in a UVU uniform, the Wolverines will turn to a couple of seniors to fill the void, Stevens and O’Reilly. Stevens (5-8) was fourth in digs a year ago with 238 and also led the team in service aces with 51. O’Reilly (5-9) will challenge for the starting spot as she was seventh with 26 digs. Flagg, a 5-6 freshman from Las Vegas, will bring depth to the position. “I’m encouraged for the upcoming season,” Atoa added. “We’ve had some challenges already with some individuals that decided not to come back but the girls have been able to step up and accept new roles and responsibilities that will definitely help us.”

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ROSTER NUMERICAL NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 13 15 17

NAME Patti Flagg Chelsey Heaps Brookelyn Campbell Dani Robison Lanni O’Reilly Kayli Doxey Lindsay Barker Rachel Anderson Jaicee Kuresa Kathleen Stevens Erica Nish Sarah Clement Tawny Hughes

HT 5-6 5-11 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-0 6-1 5-8 6-0 5-8 6-2 6-2 5-6

Patti Flagg #1 Chelsey Heaps

Lindsay Barker

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

YR-EXP. FR-RS JR-2V FR-HS SR-3V SR-3V SR-3V FR-RS JR-1V JR-2V SR-3V SO-1V JR-2V FR-HS

HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Las Vegas, Nevada (Silverado HS) Morgan, Utah (Morgan HS) Gilbert, Arizona (Mesquite HS) Orem, Utah (Orem HS) Redlands, California (Redlands HS) Gilbert, Arizona (Gilbert HS) Mapleton, Utah (Springville HS) Lindon, Utah (Mountain View HS/Snow College) Millville, Utah (Mountain Crest HS) Lafayette, California (Campolindo HS) Hooper, Utah (Fremont HS) Lindon, Utah (Pleasant Grove HS) Keller, Texas (Keller HS)

#2 Brookelyn Campbell #3 Dani Robison

#7 Rachel Anderson #8 Jaicee Kuresa

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Kathleen Stevens #11 Erica Nish

Lanni O’Reilly

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#5

Kayli Doxey

Sarah Clement

#6

#15 Tawny Hughes

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ALPHABETICAL NO. 8 7 3 15 6 1 2 17 10 13 5 4 11

NAME Rachel Anderson Lindsay Barker Brookelyn Campbell Sarah Clement Kayli Doxey Patti Flagg Chelsey Heaps Tawny Hughes Jaicee Kuresa Erica Nish Lanni O’Reilly Dani Robison Kathleen Stevens

HT 5-8 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-6 5-11 5-6 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-1 5-8

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

YR-EXP. JR-1V FR-RS FR-HS JR-2V SR-3V FR-RS JR-2V FR-HS JR-2V SO-1V SR-3V SR-3V SR-3V

HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Lindon, Utah (Mountain View HS/Snow College) Mapleton, Utah (Springville HS) Gilbert, Arizona (Mesquite HS) Lindon, Utah (Pleasant Grove HS) Gilbert, Arizona (Gilbert HS) Las Vegas, Nevada (Silverado HS) Morgan, Utah (Morgan HS) Keller, Texas (Keller HS) Millville, Utah (Mountain Crest HS) Hooper, Utah (Fremont HS) Redlands, California (Redlands HS) Orem, Utah (Orem HS) Lafayette, California (Campolindo HS)

COACHES Head Coach: Sam Atoa (12th Season) Assistant Coaches: Lacee Koelliker, Scott Lee

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Head SAM ATOA Coach ~ 12th Season

to its second title in three seasons.

Career Record: 251-115 ~ NCAA Division I Record: 113-84 Alma Mater: Brigham Young University, 1988

The 2010 season marks Sam Atoa’s 12th year as the head coach at Utah Valley University. During his tenure, the Wolver ines have posted a 251-115 overall record, including a 113-84 mark in seven NCAA Division I seasons.

In 2009, Atoa led his club to its best Division I season to date as his team won a school-record 22 games and finished 22-10 overall. He also led UVU to a second place finish in its inaugural year of Great West Conference play, as his team finished second in both regular season with a 10-2 record and at the GWC Tournament. Not only did his Wolverines excel in conference but also against Division I powerhouses as Atoa led his team to its first-ever win over a nationally- ranked opponent as UVU defeated the #17 ranked Utah Utes, for the first time, at home by a score of 3-1.

Atoa also led his team to a very successful NCAA season in 2007 as the Wolverines put up 21 wins (which was a school record at that time) while winning their second consecutive Division I Independent Championship. For the success, Atoa was named the Independent Coach of the Year for the second time as UVU swept all four major year-end Independent awards.

Utah Valley breezed through the 2007 Independent Championship under Atoa, sweeping each of its three opponents en route

The 2007 campaign marked the third consecutive season that an Atoa-coached player was named the Independent Setter of the Year. Kristi Lindley received that honor after current assistant Lacee Koelliker won the award in both 2005 and 2006. Atoa’s spikers finished 17-11 in 2006, following up a then school-record 18-11 season and a Division I Independent Championship in 2005. During that Independent Championship season, UVU won 10 of its last 11 matches and Atoa was named the Division I Independent Coach of the Year. In their second season as a Division I program in 2004 the Wolverines finished with an 11-16 record that included wins over Memphis, Central Florida, Montana, Portland State, and Boise State. As well as two wins each over fellow Div. I Independent teams: Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Texas Pan-American. In the first year of Division I competition in 2003, Atoa led the Wolverine volleyball program to a 10-14 record, including wins over Div. I opponents Boise State and Pac-10 power Washington State. Atoa took over the reins of the UV volleyball program in 1999 after six years as an assistant to former head coach Lori Richards. In his first season at the helm of the UV volleyball program Atoa led the Wolverines to a 32-12 record. UV just missed a trip to the national tournament with a tight, five-set loss in the district championship. Then, in just his second season at the helm, Atoa led UV to the NJCAA National Tournament and a third-place finish in the nation. The third-place finish equaled UV’s best showing ever at nationals. Atoa was named Tachikara/AVCA Junior College National Coach of the Year and Region 18 Coach of the Year. In 2002, Atoa led the Wolverines to a sixth-place finish at nationals. In May 2010, Atoa was able to take his volleyball team on a venture to his homeland of Samoa and also New Zealand. The idea came to Atoa after a devastating tsunami struck his home country in the fall of 2009 and Atoa knew that he had to do something to help. Prior to the trip, Atoa and his team collected thousands of items like medical supplies, hygiene kits, furniture, sporting goods and clothing in Utah and had them shipped to Samoa. When the team arrived they were able to deliver those items to help the people in need. On the trip, Atoa led his team on a journey filled with service where they visited schools, hospitals, elderly care centers and focused to help aid the hardest hit areas of the tsunami. While on the trip, Atoa also took his team on a tour of New Zealand for seven days. There his Wolverines taught camps to up-and-coming volleyball goers as well as played a number of exhibition matches. Atoa played volleyball for Brigham Young University from 1984 to 1988, and helped led the Cougars to three consecutive National Collegiate Club Championships. In 1989, Atoa started his coaching career at BYU assisting Coach Carl McGown when the program was officially sanctioned as an NCAA sport. In 1990, Atoa accepted a supervisor position in the Intramural program at Utah Valley and travelled back and forth between both schools for a year to fulfill his obligations. In 1991 Atoa accepted the position to be an assistant women’s volleyball coach at Utah Valley. In 1993 he accepted the position to be the Intramural Director and remained in that position until 2001 while still coaching. Atoa was born and raised in Pesega, Samoa, and has a rich cultural and athletic background. He is highly honored and respected in his country, having received the Papalii or “Son of the King” title from the late Head of State of Samoa, His Highness Malietoa Tanumafili II. Atoa went to high school at the Church College of Western Samoa and graduated with high honors. After graduating from high school, Atoa went to BYU-Hawaii and played volleyball for two years. He earned his way through school by entertaining and dancing at the Polynesian Cultural Center. In 1982 he served an LDS Church Mission in the California San Jose Mission. Following his mission, he moved to Provo and attended BYU where and earned a spot on the club team that went on to attain national prominence. Atoa and his wife, Lori, reside in Orem and are the parents of six children: Sam, Bradley, Devri, Andrew, Darci and Saini.

YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORDS Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Overall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43-6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2

1999-2002: NJCAA competition (Scenic West Athletic Conference) 2003-Present: NCAA competition 2009-Present: Play in the Great West Conference

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LACEE KOELLIKER Assistant Coach 4th Season Alma Mater: Utah Valley, 2006

After a four-year career as a player at Utah Valley, Lacee Koelliker is entering her fourth season as an assistant coach for Sam Atoa, bringing with her an impressive list of records and an array of awards. After being named Division-I Independent Setter of the Year in both her junior and senior seasons, Koelliker became the first Wolverine at the NCAA level to surpass 4,000 career assists. She finished her career with 4,057 assists, an average of 10.17 per game. As a junior, Koelliker led all independent players with an average of 12.06 assists per game on her way to her first setter of the year award and a spot on the D-I All-Independent First Team. She followed that up with an average of 11.82 apg and repeat setter of the year and first team awards. She led the team to a then school-record 18 wins and a first place finish at the 2005 Independent Championships where she earned the tournament’s Most Valuable Player award. Academically, Koelliker excelled in the classroom during her time as a student-athlete. She was named to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Second Team, the D-I Independent All-Academic team and was the Utah Valley Athletic Department’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Koelliker hails from Las Vegas, Nevada (Silverado HS) where she received High Honors. She was a threetime All-Conference and All-Region selection in high school. Koelliker graduated Magna Cum Laude from Utah Valley University in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education.

Scott Lee Assistant Coach 4th Season

Scott Lee is entering his fourth season back at Utah Valley. He was a volunteer assistant for five years prior to working as an assistant at Snow College. Lee played club volleyball at Utah Valley, helping the team to the NIRSA Division-I National Championship in 2001 while also being named an All-American Libero. Lee was born in Vicenza, Italy, and grew up in Tucson, Arizona, where he graduated from Sabino High School in 1987.

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At Utah Valley University Junior (2009): Named the Great West Conference Offensive Player of the Year ... Named the GWC Athlete of the Month (August 2009) ... Named the Weber State Invitational MVP ... Named to the ESPN The Magazine’s All-District VIII First Team ... Named to the Wolverine Invitational AllTournament Team ... Was named GWC Player of the Week three times ... Started all 32 matches ... Ranked 27th in the nation in kills, 31st in kills per set, and 88th in aces per set ... Currently is UVU’s all-time leader in kills per set (3.76) and points per set (4.27) ... Led the team in kills (494), attempts (1,231), and kills per set (4.30) and was second in service aces (41) ... Recorded a single-season record in kills (494, kills per set (4.30), attack attempts (1,231), and points (550) ... Notched eight double-doubles ... Had a season-high 25 kills against Idaho State (Oct. 17), including nine in the fifth set ... Tallied 20 kills or more in nine matches, including four straight: at NJIT (23), Utah State (23), Texas-Pan American (23) and at Idaho State (25) ... Hit at .720 (19-of-25) against Weber State, which is secondbest in school history ... Had a career-high 23 digs at NJIT (Oct. 10). Sophomore (2008): Started all 26 matches for Utah Valley ... led the team with 316 kills and 3.55 per set ... also averaged 1.69 digs per set ... named to the Great West Conference Fall All-Academic Team ... named Great West Conference Offensive Player of the Week two times (Sept. 14 and Nov. 9) ... named the All-Tournament Team at LaQuinta Invitational and at Div. I Independent Championship ... reached double-digit kills in 16 matches ... had two double-doubles: vs. Central Florida (16k, 10d) and in Independent Championship match vs. Cal State Bakersfield (18k, 15d) ... had a season-high 23 kills in a five-set win over Weber State (Sept. 23) ... recorded 20 kills in a five-set win over Cal State Bakersfield (Oct. 4) and again in a five-set loss at Boise State (Oct. 28) ... led team with 23 service aces. Freshman (2007): Was named the Div. I Independent Freshman of the Year after averaging 3.38 kills and 1.28 digs per set ... appeared in all 31 matches, starting 27 ... also named to All-Independent Second Team ... was named Div. I Independent Offensive Player of the Week on (Oct. 16) ... recorded double-digit kills in 21 matches ... hit .407, recorded a team season-high 26 kills and totaled a school-record 33.0 points at Cal State Bakersfield (Oct. 13) ... had a double-double of 19 kills and 12 digs vs. Texas-Pan American (Oct. 5). Before Utah Valley High School: Prepped at Gilbert HS in Gilbert, Arizona ... led team to 39-7 season during senior year and the 2006 5A-I State Championship ... named First Team All-State in 2006 ... led team to state semifinals during sophomore and junior seasons and to three straight Fiesta Region Championships from 2004-06 ... named First Team All-Region in 2005 and 2006 ... was a nominee for Wendy’s High School All-American ... team captain in 2006 ... played club for Arizona Club Red ... also played basketball and was the starting forward on the varsity team as a freshman.

Personal: Born July 7, 1989, in Mesa, Arizona ... daughter of Michael and Konni Broadbent ... married UVU baseball player Kirk Doxey July 17, 2010 ... ranked in the top 5 percent of her class at Gilbert and held a 4.28 GPA ... a member of the National Honor Society and on the honor roll ... is a National Honor Society Community Volunteer ... was a member of DECA and participated in choir ... enjoys wakeboarding, longboarding, swimming and piano ... also recruited by Cal, Texas A&M, Brown, Portland State, Virginia Tech, Rice, West Point, Citadel, Northern Arizona and Utah State.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

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SP 109 89 115 313

MP 31 26 32 89

K K/S 368 3.38 316 3.55 494 4.30 1178 3.76

E 128 158 208 494

TA 985 839 1231 3055

Pct .244 .188 .232 .224

A 13 15 22 50

A/S 0.12 0.17 0.19 0.16

SA 32 23 41 96

SA/S 0.29 0.26 0.36 0.31

SE 50 44 50 144

DIG 139 150 256 545

D/S 1.28 1.69 2.23 1.74

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BS 3 4 3 10

BA 49 31 24 104

TB 52 35 27 114

B/S 0.48 0.39 0.23 0.36

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CAREER STATISTICS Season 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

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SP 59 61 67 187

MP 25 24 25 74

K 22 4 4 30

K/S 0.37 0.07 0.06 0.16

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TA 80 21 13 114

Pct .062 -.095 .154 .044

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A/S 0.02 0.07 0.03 0.04

SA 6 12 17 35

SA/S 0.10 0.20 0.25 0.19

SE 11 11 17 39

DIG 71 60 26 157

D/S 1.20 0.98 0.39 0.84

2 0 1 0 U TA H VA L L E Y U N I V E R S I T Y V O L L E Y BA L L

RE 7 8 1 16

BS 0 0 0 0

BA 4 0 0 4

TB 4 0 0 4

B/S 0.07 0.00 0.00 0.02

BE 2 0 0 2

BHE 0 0 0 0


DANI ROBISON

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At Utah Valley University Junior (2009): Was second on the team in total blocks with 77 ... Played in 28 matches, starting 25 ... Recorded a season-high eight kills at North Dakota (Oct. 31) ... Had a season-high seven block assists at Texas-Pan American (Nov. 6) and vs. Houston Baptist in the GWC Tournament (Nov 20) ... Finished the season with 97 kills. Sophomore (2008): Played in 25 matches, starting 16 ... named to Great West Conference Fall All-Academic Team ... totaled 42 kills on the year for a .82 kills per set average ... had a .73 blocks per set average with two block solos and 35 block assists on the year ... also had 11 service aces. Freshman (2007): Played in 26 matches ... averaged 1.03 kills per set ... reached double digit kills in two matches, both at NJIT Invitational in September ... had 11 kills in a four-set win over NJIT on (Sept. 28) before recording season-high 13 kills a day later in a sweep of St. Francis (NY). Redshirt (2006): Redshirted the 2006 season at UVU. Before Utah Valley High School: All-Valley, All-Region, and All-State selection at Orem HS ... was selected as team MVP ... led Tigers to a fourth-place finish in state in 2005, and eighth-place finish in state in 2004 ... also lettered in basketball and track ... played for the Summit Volleyball Club for three years, only losing three matches over that span. Personal: Born April 29, 1988 ... graduated from Orem HS in 2006 with a 3.59 GPA ... honor roll student ... received regional science award and outstanding social science award ... was “Operation Smile� Vice President ... expected major is Exercise Science ... parents are Carl and Jan Robison.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

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SP 65 51 85 201

MP 26 25 28 79

K 67 42 97 206

K/S 1.03 0.82 1.14 1.02

E 33 21 46 100

TA 166 115 243 524

Pct .205 .183 .210 .202

A 11 0 3 14

A/S 0.17 0.00 0.04 0.07

SA 1 11 7 19

SA/S 0.02 0.22 0.08 0.09

SE 1 21 19 41

DIG 7 18 32 57

D/S 0.11 0.35 0.38 0.28

2 0 1 0 U TA H VA L L E Y U N I V E R S I T Y V O L L E Y BA L L

RE 0 0 0 0

BS 1 2 4 7

BA 33 35 77 145

TB 34 37 81 152

B/S 0.52 0.73 0.95 0.76

BE 5 1 7 13

BHE 0 0 0 0


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At Utah Valley University Junior (2009): Played in 31 matches, starting four ... Led the team with 51 service aces ... Ranked 26th in the nation in service aces per set (0.44) ... All-team leader in service aces per set (0.32) ... Currently third all-time in services aces (101) ... Recorded a career-high five service aces against No. 17 Utah (Sept. 4) and Chicago State (Nov 20) in the opening round of the GWC Tournament ... Recorded a season-high 15 digs against No. 17 Utah (Sept. 4) and at South Dakota (Oct. 27) ... Finished season with 238 digs. Sophomore (2008): Appeared in all 26 matches with two starts ... averaged 1.45 digs per game, totaling 129 on the year ... was second on the team with 16 service aces ... had a season-high 11 digs in five-set win over Weber State (Sept. 23). Freshman (2007): Played in 30 of 31 matches as a freshman ... averaged 2.23 digs per game and reached double figures in digs six times ... had 26 digs in a five-set loss to Temple (Sept. 15). Before Utah Valley High School: Prepped at Campolindo HS in Moraga, California ... team went 34-2 during senior season, capturing the 2007 Division III California State Championship ... earned 2007 Best Defensive Player award ... named junior varsity MVP during her freshman season ... lead team to three league titles, two sectional titles, one Northern California title ... team finished secnd in Northern California twice ... also competed in soccer and lacrosse at Campolindo ... played for Lamorinda club soccer and club volleyball for Golden Bear Volleyball and Norcal Volleyball Club. Personal: Born February 1, 1989, in San Diego, California ... daughter of R. Craig and Kim Stevens ... expects to major in building construction/ construction management ... took part in Pan en la Boca in Guatemala City and climbed Mount Shasta in Northern California, the second highest volcano in the United States ... enjoys the outdoors, woodworking and the San Francisco Giants ... has climbed the Sydney, Australia Harbor Bridge and rafted the Pacuare River in Costa Rica.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

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SP 105 89 117 311

MP 30 26 31 87

K 6 5 6 17

K/S 0.06 0.06 0.05 0.05

E 9 4 5 18

TA 45 27 44 116

Pct -.067 .037 .023 -.009

A 25 15 28 68

A/S 0.24 0.17 0.24 0.22

SA 34 16 51 101

SA/S 0.32 0.18 0.44 0.32

SE 37 39 41 117

DIG 234 129 238 601

D/S 2.23 1.45 2.03 1.93

2 0 1 0 U TA H VA L L E Y U N I V E R S I T Y V O L L E Y BA L L

RE 25 19 15 59

BS 0 0 0 0

BA 0 0 0 0

TB 0 0 0 0

B/S 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

BE 0 0 0 0

BHE 2 0 1 3


RACHEL ANDERSON

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At Utah Valley University Sophomore ~ (2009): Played in 14 matches and was third on the team in assists with 75 ... recorded a career-high 18 assists against Chicago State (Oct. 8) ... tallied a career-high four digs against Chicago State (Sept. 18) ... recorded 10 or more assists in four appearances. Before Utah Valley Other College: Played one season at Snow College where she ranked in the Top 10 in Region 18 in assists with 210 ... Graduated from Snow College and was on the high honor roll. High School: prepped at Mountain View HS and was the VIP of the team. Personal: Born April 8, 1989 ... Daughter of Richard and Lynne Glassford ... plans on majoring in secondary education to eventually become a teacher and volleyball coach.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 TOTAL

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SP 18 18

MP 14 14

K 1 1

K/S 0.06 0.06

E 3 3

TA 9 9

Pct A -.222 75 -.222 75

A/S 4.17 4.17

SA 0 0

SA/S 0.00 0.00

SE 4 4

DIG 8 8

D/S 0.44 0.44

2 0 1 0 U TA H VA L L E Y U N I V E R S I T Y V O L L E Y BA L L

RE BS 0 1 0 1

BA 4 4

TB 5 5

B/S 0.28 0.28

BE 2 2

BHE 1 1


SARAH CLEMENT

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At Utah Valley University Sophomore (2009): Started all 32 matches ... Led the team in blocks with 104 and solo blocks (11) ... Recorded a season-high two solo blocks and eight block assists against Boise State (Oct. 5) ... Tallied a season-high nine kills against Missouri (Sept. 5) and Idaho State (Oct. 17) ... Had eight kills in two other matches. Freshman (2008): Appeared in all 26 matches, starting 11 ... had 65 kills on the year (1.05 per set) ... second on the team with a .87 blocks per set average ... had four block solos and 50 block assists ... had a season-high 10 kills on 11 changes (.909) in a win over Chicago State (Oct. 7) ... had a season-high six block assists in Division I Independent Championship final against Cal State Bakersfield ... had 12 service aces. Before Utah Valley High School: Team captain of both volleyball and basketball teams at Pleasant Grove HS ... Academic All-State honoree in both basketball and volleyball. Personal: Member of the honor roll at Pleasant Grove HS ... member of the chamber orchestra in high school ... plays the violin, viola, and piano ... daughter of Mark and Laura Clement.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008 2009 TOTAL

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SP 62 110 172

MP 26 32 58

K 65 150 215

K/S 1.05 1.36 1.25

E 26 64 90

TA 149 393 542

Pct .262 .219 .231

A 1 11 12

A/S 0.02 0.10 0.07

SA 12 0 12

SA/S 0.19 0.00 0.07

SE 21 2 23

DIG 33 23 56

D/S 0.53 0.21 0.33

2 0 1 0 U TA H VA L L E Y U N I V E R S I T Y V O L L E Y BA L L

RE 0 2 2

BS 4 11 15

BA 50 93 143

TB 54 104 158

B/S 0.87 0.95 0.92

BE 5 14 19

BHE 0 0 0


CHELSEY GARFIELD HEAPS

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At Utah Valley University Sophomore (2009): Played in 25 matches, starting four ... Recorded a career-high 12 kills at Boise State (Sept. 17) ... Also had 10 kills against Chicago State (Oct. 8) ... Tallied a career-high 11 digs against Houston Baptist (Nov. 5) ... Finished the season with 89 kills. Freshman (2008): Played in all 26 matches, starting 17 ... was third on the team with 1.95 kills per set ... also averaged 1.13 digs per set ... reached double-digit kills three times including seasonhigh 14 in the Division I Independent Championship final win over Cal State Bakersfield ... also had 10 digs vs. Bakersfield for lone double-double of the year ... finished with 11 kills twice, vs. Central Florida (Sept. 5) and North Texas (Sept. 12). Before Utah Valley High School: Led Morgan High School as a team captain to a 28-7 record during her senior season ... four-year letterwinner ... named Salt Lake Tribune 3A MVP, Deseret News 3A MVP, Ogden Standard Examiner All-Area MVP, 3A All-Tournament Team MVP, and Utah Gatorade Volleyball Player of the Year in 2007 ... set state record for kills in a single match (47) in state tournament match against Carbon HS (Oct. 27, 2007). Personal: Honor role student with 4.0 GPA ... Academic All-State honoree in both volleyball and basketball ... National Honor Society President at Morgan HS ... plays the piano ... daughter of Doug and Kathy Garfield ... married curent UVU baseball player Austin Heaps in July 2010.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008 2009 TOTAL

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SP 76 49 125

MP 26 25 51

K 148 89 237

K/S 1.95 1.82 1.90

E 106 40 146

TA 476 257 733

Pct .088 .191 .124

A 13 3 16

A/S 0.17 0.06 0.13

SA 10 7 17

SA/S 0.13 0.14 0.14

SE 14 4 18

DIG 86 61 147

D/S 1.13 1.24 1.18

2 0 1 0 U TA H VA L L E Y U N I V E R S I T Y V O L L E Y BA L L

RE 24 10 34

BS 3 2 5

BA 25 13 38

TB 28 15 43

B/S 0.37 0.31 0.34

BE 1 2 3

BHE 1 1 2


C H E L S E A F A’ A L O G O

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At Utah Valley University Sophomore (2009): Played in 28 matches, starting in 20 ... Ranked fourth on the team with 110 kills ... Also had 53 blocks ... Recorded a season-high nine kills against NJIT (Nov. 12) and eight digs against Texas-Pan American (Oct. 15). Freshman (2008): Started 24 out of 26 matches during rookie season ... fourth on the team with 1.93 kills per set ... also had five block solos and 5 block assists for a .80 blocks per set average ... had a season-high 14 kills vs. Santa Clara (Aug. 30) ... reached double figures in kills five times ... had 12 kills in a match two times, vs. Weber State (Sept. 23) and at BYU-Hawaii (Nov. 12). Redshirt (2007): Redshirted her first season at UVU in 2007. Before Utah Valley High School: Attended Mountain Crest High School in Hyrum, Utah, where she was a three-sport standout (volleyball, basketball, track & field) and earned 12 letters in her time there ... led team to 14-4 record during senior season including a Region 5 championship and a fifth place finish at state tournament ... team also won Region 5 championship in 2004 and finished fifth in state in 2005 ... averaged 21 kills per match during senior season and was named First Team AllState ... earned All-State honors twice in career and All-Region honors four times ... named the Logan Herald Journal’s Female Athlete of the Year in 2006 ... holds state record for most service aces in a match (13) ... won state high jump championship in 2006 and placed fifth in long jump ... Region 5 MVP and First Team All-State in basketball. Personal: Born September 3, 1988, in Logan, Utah ... daughter of David and Susanne Kuresa ... graduated from Mountain Crest HS in 2007 and was on the honor roll ... expects to major in Special Education at UVU ... enjoys singing and hula dancing ... is half-Samoan and knows sign language ... father played football at Utah State, brother Jake played football at BYU and uncle Marty Haws played basketball at BYU ... also recruited by Utah State, Southern Utah and Weber State.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2008 2009 TOTAL

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SP 88 72 160

MP 26 28 54

K 170 110 280

K/S 1.93 1.53 1.75

E 68 34 102

TA 479 276 755

Pct .213 .275 .236

A 5 5 10

A/S 0.06 0.07 0.06

SA 0 0 0

SA/S 0.00 0.00 0.00

SE 4 1 5

DIG 39 17 56

D/S 0.44 0.24 0.35

2 0 1 0 U TA H VA L L E Y U N I V E R S I T Y V O L L E Y BA L L

RE 5 0 5

BS 5 3 8

BA 65 50 115

TB 70 53 123

B/S 0.80 0.74 0.77

BE 5 7 12

BHE 0 0 0


ERICA NISH

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At Utah Valley University Freshman (2009): Named to the Great West Conference All-Newcomer Team ... Played in 22 matches, starting seven ... Finished with 88 kills and 46 blocks ... Recorded a career-high 10 kills against Idaho State (Oct. 17) to go along with eight block assists ... Also recorded eight kills against Southern Utah (Sept. 22) and Utah State (Oct. 13) ... Had two service aces against Texas-Pan American (Oct. 15). Before Utah Valley High School: Prepped at Fremont HS where she was a four-time all-Region selection and three-time all-Area selection ... was a Second- and Third-Team All-Stater in volleyball and a First- and Second-Team All-Stater in basketball ... was Fremont High’s Wendy’s Heisman Award winner. Personal: Born October 2, 1990 ...Daughter of Martin and Mindy Nish.

CAREER STATISTICS Season 2009 TOTAL

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SP 55 55

MP 22 22

K 88 88

K/S 1.60 1.60

E TA Pct 34 202 .267 34 202 .267

A 5 5

A/S 0.09 0.09

SA 3 3

SA/S 0.05 0.05

SE 10 10

DIG 13 13

D/S 0.24 0.24

2 0 1 0 U TA H VA L L E Y U N I V E R S I T Y V O L L E Y BA L L

RE BS 1 2 1 2

BA 44 44

TB 46 46

B/S 0.84 0.84

BE 2 2

BHE 0 0


NEWCOMERS LINDSAY BARKER

Class: RS Freshman High School: Springville HS Position: OH

Hometown: Mapleton, Utah Height: 6-1

Before Utah Valley High School: Prepped at Springville HS where she started all four years and was a First-Team All-Region selection four years and First-Team All-State selection and Second-Team All-State selection in here senior and junior years, respectively ... received military academic and athletic award her senior year ... graduated with high honors.

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Personal: Born February 15, 1991 ... Daughter of Craig and Pennie Barker.

brookelyn campbell Class: Freshman College: Mesquite HS Position: S

Hometown: Gilbert, Arizona Height: 6-0

Before Utah Valley High School: Prepped at Mesquite High School in Gilbert, Ariz. ... lettered three years on the varsity volleyball team ... team captain both her junior and senior seasons ... in 2009 (senior year) was first-team All-Region as well as named to the All-State team ... voted her high school team MVP.

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Personal: Born August 21, 1992 ... daughter of Brett and Renae Campbell.

Patti flagg

Class: RS Freshman High School: Silverado HS Position: DS

Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada Height: 5-6

Before Utah Valley High School: Prepped at Silverado HS where she graduated with high honors ... helped lead her team to the State Title in 2008 ... named First-Team AllLeague.

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Personal: Born March 26, 1991 ... Daughter of Jeff and Cathy Flagg.

Tawny Hughes Class: Freshman High School: Keller HS Position: DS

Hometown: Keller, Texas Height: 5-6

Before Utah Valley High School: Prepped at Keller HS where she lettered two years on her volleyball varsity team ... received a Texas Scholars Award ... led her team to the district title in 2009 for 5A. Personal: Born July 13, 1992 in Colorado ... Daughter of Bill and Michele Hughes.

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UVU CELEBRATES AFTER IT DEFEATED THE #17-RANKED UTAH UTES AT HOME ON SEPT. 4, 2009. THE WIN WAS THE WOLVERINES FIRST VICTORY OVER A NATIONALLY RANKED OPPONENT AND THEIR FIRST AGAIST UTAH.


OPPONENTS University of Nevada

University of Maryland

University of Missouri

Aug. 27 - Columbia, MO Location Reno, Nevada Enrollment 17,000 Colors Navy Blue & Silver Conference Western Athletic Home Arena (Capacity) Virginia Street Gym (1,800) Mascot Wolf Pack

Aug. 28 - Columbia, MO Location College Park, Maryland Enrollment 37,000 Colors Red, White, Black & Gold Conference Atlantic Coast Home Arena (Capacity) Comcast Center (1,500) Mascot Terp

Aug. 28 - Columbia, MO Location Columbia, Missouri Enrollment 28,477 Colors Old Black and Gold Conference Big 12 Home Arena (Capacity) Hearnes Center (13.611) Mascot Tiger

Nevada Coaching Staff Head Coach Devin Scruggs (Pacific, ‘91) Record at Nevada/Years 212-170 (12) Overall Record/Years 212-170 (12) Assistant Coaches Ruth Lawanson Nate Hallett Team Information 2009 Record 11-20 (7-9 WAC) Starters - Returning/Lost 10/4 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 6/1

Maryland Coaching Staff Head Coach Tim Horsmon (Frostburg St., ‘91) Record at Weber State/Years 20-45 (2) Overall Record/Years 245-138 (10) Assistant Coaches Kortney Norris Mitch Kallick Team Information 2009 Record 14-19 (6-14 ACC) Starters - Returning/Lost N/A Lettermen - Returning/Lost 11/3

Missouri Coaching Staff Head Coach Wayne Kreklow (Drake, ‘80) Record at Missouri/Years 91-62 (5) Overall Record/Years 358-91 (11) Assistant Coaches Chris Muscat Deng Yeng Team Information 2009 Record 18-14 (9-11 Big 12) Starters - Returning/Lost 5/2 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 10/3

University of Utah

Air Force Academy

Fresno State University

Aug. 31 - Salt Lake City, UT Location Salt Lake City, Utah Enrollment 29,251 Colors Crimson and White Conference Mountain West Home Arena (Capacity) Crimson Court (1,500) Nickname Utes

Sept. 3 - Orem, UT Location USAF Academy, Colorado Enrollment 4,400 Colors Blue & Silver Conference Mountain West Home Arena (Capacity) Falcon Court (1,000) Mascot Falcon

Sept. 4 - Orem, UT Location Fresno, California Enrollment 19,000 Colors Bulldog Reg & Blue Conference Western Athletic Home Arena (Capacity) Save Mart Center (3,333) Mascot Bulldog

Utah Coaching Staff Head Coach Beth Launiere (Aquinas ‘85) Record at Utah/Years 408-224 (20) Overall Record/Years 408-224 (20) Assistant Coaches Heather Olmstead Brian Doyon Team Information 2009 Record 17-12 (10-6 MWC) Starters - Returning/Lost 5/2 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 10/4

Air Force Coaching Staff Head Coach Matt McShane (UCSB, ‘77) Record at Air Force/Years 0-0 (1st season) Overall Record/Years Same Assistant Coaches Louella Maxwell Marc Swindle Team Information 2009 Record 8-21 (0-16 MWC) Starters - Returning/Lost 6/1 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 13/1

Fresno State Coaching Staff Head Coach Lauren Netherby-Sewell (Nev. ‘01)) Record at Arizona State/Years 22-36 (2) Overall Record/Years 65-55 (4) Assistant Coaches Ed Jackson Alanna Jackson Team Information 2009 Record 15-16 (7-9 WAC) Starters - Returning/Lost 5/2 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 9/4

Boise State University

University of California, Riverside

Arizona State University

Sept. 7 - Boise, ID & Oct. 20 - Orem, UT Location Boise, Idaho Enrollment 18,936 Colors Blue and Orange Conference Western Athletic Home Arena (Capacity) Bronco Gym (1,400) Mascot Bronco

Sept. 10 - Tempe, AZ & Sept. 17 - Logan, UT Location Riverside, California Enrollment 18,083 Colors Blue & Gold Conference Big West Home Arena (Capacity) Student Rec Center (1,922) Mascot Highlander

Sept. 10 - Tempe, AZ Location Tempe, Arizona Enrollment 68,064 Colors Maroon & Gold Conference Pacific-10 Home Arena (Capacity) Wells Fargo Arena (14,198) Mascot Sun Devil

Boise State Coaching Staff Head Coach Shawn Garus (CSUSB) Record at Boise State/Years 8-22 (1) Overall Record/Years 123-142 (9) Assistant Coaches Chris Rushing Candy Murphy Team Information 2009 Record 8-22 (7-9 WAC) Starters - Returning/Lost 6/1 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 9/6

UC Riverside Coaching Staff Head Coach Ron Larsen (BYU, ‘73) Record at UC Riverside/Years 6-21 (1) Overall Record/Years 268-337 (14) Assistant Coaches Brianna Koche Chris Tamas Team Information 2009 Record 6-21 (3-13 Big West) Starters - Returning/Lost 2/4 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 7/7

Arizona State Coaching Staff Head Coach Jason Watson (BYU, ‘95) Record at Arizona State/Years 26-35 (2) Overall Record/Years 100-53 (5) Assistant Coaches Brent Aldridge Sammi Stuart Team Information 2009 Record 13-17 (3-15 Pac-10) Starters - Returning/Lost 4/1 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 9/7

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OPPONENTS High Point University

New Jersey Institute of Tech.

Utah State University

Sept. 11 - Tempe, AZ Location High Point, North Carolina Enrollment 4,125 Colors Purple & White Conference Big South Home Arena (Capacity) Millis Center (1,750) Mascot Panther

Sept. 16 - Orem, UT & Nov. 11 - Newark, NJ Location Newark, New Jersey Enrollment 5,924 Colors Red & White (Blue Accent) Conference Great West Home Arena (Capacity) Fleisher Activity Center (1,500) Mascot Highlander

Sept. 17 - Logan, UT Location Logan, Utah Enrollment 25,063 Colors Navy Blue & White Conference Western Athletic Home Arena (Capacity) Smith Spectrum (10,270) Mascot Aggie

High Point Coaching Staff Head Coach Jason Oliver (George Mason ‘98) Record at High Point/Years 17-17 (2) Overall Record/Years Same Assistant Coach Jessica Sabath Team Information 2009 Record 17-17 (6-10 Big South) Starters - Returning/Lost Lettermen - Returning/Lost 11/6

NJIT Coaching Staff Head Coach JR Martins (Lewis, ‘04) Record at NJIT/Years 17-11 (1) Overall Record/Years 17-11 (1) Assistant Coaches Melissa Glob Agnieszka Pregowska Team Information 2009 Record 17-11 (7-5 GWC) Starters - Returning/Lost 6/1 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 9/2

Utah State Coaching Staff Head Coach Grayson DuBose (BYU, ‘93) Record at Utah State/Years 56-63 (4) Overall Record/Years 56-63 (4) Assistant Coaches Tom Peterson Taubi Neves Team Information 2009 Record 15-14 (6-10 WAC) Starters - Returning/Lost 7/0 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 11/1

Loyola Marymount University

Southern Utah University

University of South Dakota

Sept. 18 - Logan, UT Location Los Angeles, California Enrollment 8,845 Colors Crimson & Navy/Gray & Blue Conference West Coast Home Arena (Capacity) Gersten Pavilion (4,156) Mascot Lion

Sept. 21 - Cedar City, UT & Oct. 19 - Orem, UT Location Cedar City, Utah Enrollment 8,066 Colors Scarlet & White Conference The Summit League Home Arena (Capacity) Centrum Arena (5,300) Mascot Thunderbird

Sept. 30 - Vermillion, SD & Oct. 28 - Orem, UT Location Vermillion, South Dakota Enrollment 9,617 Colors Red and White Conference Great West Home Arena (Capacity) DakotaDome (10,000) Mascot Coyote

Loyola Marymount Coaching Staff Head Coach Tom Black (UC San Diego ‘96) Record at LMU/Years 0-0 (First Season) Overall Record/Years Same Assistant Coaches Jon Newman-Gonchar Megan Jacobson Team Information 2009 Record 12-17 (3-11 WCC) Starters - Returning/Lost 6/2 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 10/3

Southern Utah Coaching Staff Head Coach Debby Baker (Utah State ‘93) Record at Southern Utah/Years 9-20 (1) Overall Record/Years 9-20 (1) Assistant Coaches Adam Longmore Kim Nield (GA) Team Information 2009 Record 9-20 (7-12 Summit) Starters - Returning/Lost 6/0 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 11/4

South Dakota Coaching Staff Head Coach Matt Houk (UW Milwaukee ‘03) Record at South Dakota/Years 36-21 (2) Overall Record/Years 36-21 (2) Assistant Coach Leanne Felsing Team Information 2009 Record Starters - Returning/Lost Lettermen - Returning/Lost

13-17 (6-6 GWC) 4/3 6/6

University of North Dakota

Weber State University

Chicago State University

Oct. 2 - Grand Forks, ND & Oct. 30 - Orem, UT Location Grand Forks, North Dakota Enrollment 13,172 Colors Kelly Green & White Conference Great West Home Arena (Capacity) Sioux Center (3,064) Mascot Fighting Sioux

Oct. 5 - Orem, UT Location Enrollment Colors Conference Home Arena (Capacity) Mascot

Oct. 7 - Orem, UT & Nov. 13 - Chicago, IL Location Chicago, Illinois Enrollment 7,200 Colors Evergreen & White Conference Great West Home Arena (Capacity) Dickens Center (250) Mascot Cougar

North Dakota Coaching Staff Head Coach Ashley Hardee (ECU, ‘00) Record at North Dakota/Years 22-6 (1) Overall Record/Years Same Assistant Coaches Dan Brown Krystal Torres (GA) Team Information 2009 Record 22-6 (11-1 GWC) Starters - Returning/Lost 3/4 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 6/4

Weber State Coaching Staff Head Coach Al Givens (NAU, ‘83) Record at Weber State/Years 201-304 (17) Overall Record/Years 353-441 (24) Assistant Coaches Melissa Leonard Stephanie Birch Team Information 2009 Record 8-21 (5-11 Big Sky) Starters - Returning/Lost 2/5 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 6/6

Ogden, Utah 23,000 Purple & White Big Sky Swenson Gym (1,000) Wildcat

Chicago State Coaching Staff Head Coach Bob Eskew (Chicago St., ‘76) Record at Chicago State/Years First Season Overall Record/Years 0-0 Associate Head Coach Shakeila Castile-Jones Team Information 2009 Record Starters - Returning/Lost Lettermen - Returning/Lost

0-26 (0-12 GWC) 3/4 5/6

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OPPONENTS/MAWL Brigham Young University

University of Texas-Pan American

Houston Baptist University

Oct. 9 - Orem, UT Location Provo, Utah Enrollment 33,278 Colors Dark Blue, White & Tan Conference Mountain West Home Arena (Capacity) Smith Fieldhouse (5,000) Mascot Cougar

Oct. 14 - Orem, UT & Nov. 5 - Edinburg, TX Location Edinburg, Texas Enrollment 18,337 Colors Green, White, Orange Conference Great West Home Arena (Capacity) UTPA Fieldhouse (4,000) Mascot Bronc

Oct. 16 - Orem, UT & Nov. 4 - Houston, TX Location Houston, Texas Enrollment 2,749 Colors Royal Blue & Orange Conference Great West Home Arena (Capacity) Sharp Gym (1,500) Mascot Husky

BYU Coaching Staff Head Coach Shay Goulding (BYU ‘98) Record at BYU/Years 29-26 (2) Overall Record/Years 29-26 (2) Assistant Coaches Shawn Olmstead Maegan Alme, Chris McGown Team Information 2009 Record 15-14 (9-7 MWC) Starters - Returning/Lost 5/2 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 7/5

UTPA Coaching Staff Head Coach Angela Hubbard (UWG, ‘04) Record at UTPA/Years 31-53 (4) Overall Record/Years 31-53 (4) Assistant Coach Laura dela Fuente Cameron Sitler (GA) Team Information 2009 Record 8-17 (5-7 GWC) Starters - Returning/Lost 5/2 Lettermen - Returning/Lost 12/2

Houston Baptist Coaching Staff Head Coach Kaddie Platt (HBU) Record at HBU/Years 460-135 (15) Overall Record/Years 460-135 (15) Assistant Coaches Steve Greene, Nicole Westerterp Team Information 2009 Record 13-20 (3-9 GWC) Starters - Returning/Lost Lettermen - Returning/Lost 8/5

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2 0 0 9 S E AS O N STAT I ST I C S 2009 Statistics and match results OVERALL RECORD: 22-10 Conference: 10-2 HOME: 10-6 AWAY: 9-3 NEUTRAL SITE: 3-1 ## NAME SP K K/S E TA PCt a a/s sa se sa/s re dig dig/s bs ba tot blk/s be BHE 6 kayli broadbent 115 494 4.30 208 1231 .232 22 0.19 41 50 0.36 15 256 2.23 3 24 27 0.23 2 1 14 camie manwill 104 355 3.41 154 1062 .189 30 0.29 29 25 0.28 45 310 2.98 7 44 51 0.49 7 2 2 CHELSEY GARFIELD 49 89 1.82 40 257 .191 3 0.06 7 4 0.14 10 61 1.24 2 13 15 0.31 2 1 12 faith tusieseina 53 93 1.75 33 210 .286 4 0.08 2 1 0.04 0 11 0.21 0 25 25 0.47 5 0 13 Erica nish 55 88 1.60 34 202 .267 5 0.09 3 10 0.05 1 13 0.24 2 44 46 0.84 2 0 10 jaicee kuresa 72 110 1.53 34 276 .275 5 0.07 0 1 0.00 0 17 0.24 3 50 53 0.74 7 0 15 sarah clement 110 150 1.36 64 393 .219 11 0.10 0 2 0.00 2 23 0.21 11 93 104 0.95 14 0 4 dani robison 85 97 1.14 46 243 .210 3 0.04 7 19 0.08 0 32 0.38 4 77 81 0.95 7 0 18 chelsea fa’alogo 117 118 1.01 17 223 .453 1198 10.24 18 32 0.15 3 213 1.82 5 62 67 0.57 16 22 16 marla morin 9 9 1.00 0 21 .429 0 0.00 0 1 0.00 0 2 0.22 0 2 2 0.22 0 0 5 Lanni o’reilly 67 4 0.06 2 13 .154 2 0.03 17 17 0.25 1 26 0.39 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 8 rachel anderson 18 1 0.06 3 9 -.222 75 4.17 0 4 0.00 0 8 0.44 1 4 5 0.28 2 1 11 kathleen stevens 117 6 0.05 5 44 .023 28 0.24 51 41 0.44 15 238 2.03 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 3 allyce jones 120 2 0.02 1 12 .083 106 0.88 20 15 0.17 35 629 5.24 0 1 1 0.01 0 1 TEAM - - - - - - - - - - - 7 - - - - - - - UTAH VALLEY 120 1616 13.47 641 4196 .232 1492 12.43 195 222 1.62 134 1839 15.32 38 439 257.5 2.15 64 29 OPponents 120 1329 11.07 666 4192 .158 1235 10.29 134 227 1.12 195 1688 14.07 52 359 231.5 1.93 72 31

Date opponent result score score-by-game record time attend. AUg. 28, 2009 vs gonzaga w 3-1 25-22,25-23,24-26,25-19 1-0 1:56 187 aug. 29, 2009 at weber state w 3-0 25-15,25-17,25-19 2-0 1:06 415 aug. 29, 2009 vs Utah state w 3-1 18-25,25-13,25-20,25-23 3-0 1:41 312 sept. 4, 2009 #17 Utah W 3-1 26-24,18-25,25-14,25-18 4-0 1:59 1645 sept. 5, 2009 Missouri l 1-3 20-25,25-16,21-25,23-25 4-1 1:54 sept. 5, 2009 washington state l 0-3 22-25,23-25,22-25 4-2 1:40 629 septe. 11, 2009 #15 USC L 1-3 22-25,24-26,25-19,19-25 4-3 2:01 1505 sept. 12, 2009 #15 usc l 0-3 16-25,20-25,15-25 4-4 1:11 311 sept. 12, 2009 idaho state w 3-1 15-25,25-11,25-11,25-22 5-4 1:37 337 sept. 16, 2009 #12 Oregon l 0-3 20-25,23-25,22-25 5-5 1:29 1089 sept. 17, 2009 at boise state w 3-1 23-25,27-25,25-16,25-18 6-5 1:55 324 sept. 18, 2009 chicago state* w 3-0 25-12,25-5,25-11 7-5 1:10 416 sept. 22, 2009 southern utah w 3-0 25-22,25-19,25-18 8-5 1:29 724 oct. 1, 2009 north dakota* w 3-1 25-17,22-25,25-21,26-24 9-5 1:55 517 oct. 2, 2009 south dakota* w 3-0 25-20,25-17,25-21 10-5 1:27 517 oct. 5, 2009 boise state w 3-0 25-20,25-23,25-23 11-5 1:41 815 oct. 8, 2009 at chicago state* w 3-0 25-9,25-9,25-19 12-5 1:08 242 oct. 10, 2009 at njit* l 2-3 18-25,20-25,25-22,25-18,11-15 12-6 2:20 400 oct. 13, 2009 utah state l 2-3 19-25,25-19,19-25,25-16,10-15 12-7 2:24 1023 oct. 15, 2009 texas-pan american* w 3-1 25-14,25-17,21-25,25-18 13-7 1:46 473 oct. 17, 2009 at idaho state W 3-2 23-25,25-23,25-13,23-25,15-12 14-7 2:14 409 oct. 20, 2009 AT southern utah w 3-0 25-16,25-13,25-19 15-7 1:20 901 oct. 23, 2009 houston baptist* W 3-0 25-12,25-17,25-16 16-7 1:20 726 oct. 27, 2009 at byu l 1-3 22-25,28-30,25-15,23-25 16-8 1:57 1245 oct. 29, 2009 at south dakota* W 3-1 25-22,21-25,25-20,25-19 17-8 1:51 201 oct. 31, 2009 at north dakota* l 2-3 25-20,21-25,18-25,25-23,13-15 17-9 - nov. 5, 2009 at houston baptist* w 3-1 25-16,21-25,25-18,25-20 18-9 1:47 486 nov. 6, 2009 at texas-pan american* W 3-0 25-12,26-24,25-20 19-9 1:22 271 nov. 12, 2009 njit* w 3-1 25-14,25-21,19-25,25-9 20-9 1:50 1016 nov. 20, 2009 vs chicago state w 3-0 25-10,25-12,25-8 21-9 1:43 146 nov. 20, 2009 at houston baptist w 3-2 22-25,25-15,22-25,25-17,15-6 22-9 2:08 235 nov. 21, 2009 vs north dakota l 1-3 21-25,17-25,25-23,18-25 22-10 1:50 320

TEAM RECORD Overall: Home: Away: Neutral: conference:

W-L RECORD IN: 22-10 3 sets: 10-3 10-6 4 sets: 10-4 9-3 5 sets: 2-3 3-1 10-2

ATTEND Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Dates 32 16 12 4

Total 17837 11743 5129 965

Average 557 734 427 241

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U V U I N D I V I D UA L M AT C H R E C O R D S Kills (Total) Total Player Opponent 30 Deise Borghetti at Texas-Pan American 28 Camie Manwill Northeastern 27 Camie Manwill at Oral Roberts 26 Deise Borghetti UC Davis 26 Kayli Doxey at Cal State Bakersfield

DATE Oct 16, 2004 Oct 26, 2006 SEPT 09, 2006 SepT 16, 2004 Oct 13, 2007

KILLS (3 games) Total Player Opponent DatE 19 Alina Wallauer Texas A&M-CC Nov 13, 2004 19 Kayli Doxey at Weber State Aug 29, 2009 18 Deise Borghetti at Texas A&M-CC Oct 15, 2004 18 Jessica Endres at North Dakota State SepT 30, 2005 18 KAYlI BROADENT IDAHO STATE sept 13, 2008 18 krystal taylor at texas a&m-cc oct 15, 2004 KILLS (4 games) Total Player Opponent 27 Camie Manwill Oral Roberts 24 Camie Manwill at Idaho State 24 Jessica Endres at NJIT 23 Camie Manwill IPFW 22 (Achieved four times) Kills (5 games) Total Player Opponent 30 Deise Borghetti at Texas-Pan American 28 Camie Manwill Northeastern 26 Deise Borghetti UC Davis 26 Kayli Doxey at Cal State Bakersfield 25 camie manwill arizona state

DatE SepT 09, 2006 SepT 22, 2007 SepT 28, 2007 SepT 09, 2006

DatE Oct 16, 2004 Aug 26, 2006 SepT 16, 2004 Oct 13, 2007 SEPT 08, 2007

Attack percentage (Minimum 20 Attempts) % Player Opponent DatE .773 Jessica Endres at North Dakota State SepT 30, 2005 .720 Kayli Doxey at weber state aug 29, 2009 .600 Jessica Endres Westminster Oct 25, 2005 .600 Krystal Taylor Portland Aug 29, 2003 .591 (Achieved two times) Attack attempts Total Player Opponent 103 Camie Manwill Northeastern 75 Camie Manwill Wyoming 69 Camie Manwill weber state 69 Camie manwill arizona state 67 (ACHIEVED TWO TIMES, both by Camie Manwill)

DatE Aug 26, 2006 Aug 24, 2007 SEPT 07, 2007 SEPT 08, 2007

Attack Attempts (3 games) Total Player Opponent DatE 53 Camie Manwill at Texas-Pan American SepT 30, 2006 49 Deise Borghetti at Portland State SepT 18, 2004 47 Camie Manwill at South Dakota State Oct 13, 2006 46 camie manwill at ARIZONA STATE aug 28, 2006 44 deise borghetti north dakota state nov 12, 2004 Attempts (4 games) Total Player Opponent 67 Camie Manwill IPFW 67 Camie Manwill Oral Roberts 65 Camie Manwill at Montana State 60 (ACHIEVED THREE TIMES)

DatE Nov 11, 2006 SepT 09, 2006 SepT 24, 2007

Attempts (5 games) Total Player Opponent DatE 103 Camie Manwill Northeastern Aug 26, 2006 75 Camie Manwill Wyoming Aug 24, 2007 69 Camie Manwill weber state SEPT 07, 2007 69 camie manwill arizona state sept 08, 2007 66 camie manwill at TEXAS-San antonio sept 29, 2006 Assists Total Player Opponent DatE 70 Kristi Lindley Weber State SepT 07, 2007 66 Kristi Lindley Arizona State SepT 08, 2007 66 Kristi Lindley at Montana State SepT 24, 2007 65 (Achieved five times) Assists (3 games) Total Player Opponent DatE 50 Lacee Koelliker Montana State Nov 03, 2006 48 Lacee Koelliker Texas-Pan American Nov 04, 2006 47 Lacee Koelliker at North Dakota State SepT 30, 2005 46 kristi lindley at butler sept 01, 2007 46 lacee koelliker westminster college oct 25, 2005 46 lacee koelliker harvard sept 16, 2006 Assists (4 games) Total Player Opponent 66 Kristi Lindley at Montana State 65 Kristi Lindley Texas-Pan American

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U V U I N D I V I D UA L M AT C H R E C O R D S 65 Lacee Koelliker Weber State Sept 27, 2005 64 kristi lindley boise state oct 18, 2007 63 kristi lindley at njit sept 27, 2007 Assists (5 games) Total Player 70 Kristi Lindley 66 Kristi Lindley 65 Lacee koelliker

Opponent Weber State Arizona State (achieved three times)

Service aces Total Player Opponent 6 Anne Olsen UC Davis 6 Camie Manwill vs Providence 6 Lacee Koelliker vs Northwestern State

DatE Sept 07, 2007 Sept 08, 2007

DatE Sept 17, 2005 Nov 10, 2006 SepT 09, 2005

Digs Total Player Opponent DatE 39 Allyce Jones San Jose State Sept 08, 2007 36 Allyce Jones Boise State Oct 18, 2007 34 allyce jones at BYU-hawaii nov 12, 2008 33 Maegan Hoyt Northern Colorado Oct 27, 2004 33 allyce jones Cal state-bakersfield oct 04, 2008 Digs (3 games) Total Player Opponent DatE 27 Maegan Hoyt at Northern Colorado Nov 12, 2005 26 Allyce jones at Texas-Pan American Oct 30, 2007 24 Allyce jones at Cal State Bakersfield Oct 12, 2007 23 allyce jones Washington state sept 05, 2009 23 allyce jones at michigan sept 14, 2007 Digs (4 games) Total Player Opponent DatE 36 Allyce jones Boise State Oct 18, 2007 34 allyce jones at byu-hawaii nov 12, 2008 29 Maegan Hoyt Montana State Sept 03, 2005 28 (achieved four times) Digs (5 games) Total Player Opponent 39 Allyce Jones San Jose State 33 allyce jones cal state-bakersfield 33 Maegan Hoyt Northern Colorado 31 (Achieved three times)

DatE Sept 08, 2007 oct 04, 2008 Oct 27, 2004

Block Solos Total Player 3 Larissa Laycock 2 (Achieved 25 times)

DatE Nov 12, 2004

Opponent vs IPFW

Block Assists Total Player Opponent 12 Kristin Anderson Boise State 11 kristin anderson at UCf 10 Jessica Endres Northern Colorado 10 Kassidy Brotherson vs Washington State 9 achieved five times Total blocks Total Player Opponent 12 Jessica Endres Northern Colorado 11 kristin anderson at ucf 12 Kristin Anderson Boise State 10 Jessica Endres at Portland State 10 Kassidy Brotherson vs Washington State

DatE Oct 18, 2007 sept 05, 2008 Oct 27, 2004 Sept 06, 2003

DatE Oct 27, 2004 sept 05, 2008 Oct 18, 2007 Sept 18, 2004 Sept 06, 2003

Blocks (3 games) Total Player Opponent DatE 10 Jessica Endres at Portland State Sept 18, 2004 8 kristin anderson at weber state nov 04, 2008 7 (achieved five times) Blocks (4 games) Total Player Opponent 12 Kristin Anderson Boise State 9 kristin Anderson at Utah State 9 Kassidy Brotherson vs Bowling Green 8 (achieved EIGHT times)

DatE Oct 18, 2007 Oct 25, 2007 Aug 30, 2003

Blocks (5 games) Total Player Opponent 12 Jessica Endres Northern Colorado 11 KRISTIN ANDERSON AT UCF 10 Kassidy Brotherson Washington State 9 (ACHIEVED TWO TIMES)

DatE Oct 27, 2004 SEPT 05, 2008 Sept 06, 2008

Points Total Player Opponent 33.0 Kayli Doxey at Cal State Bakersfield 31.5 Deise Borghetti at Texas-Pan American 31.0 Camie Manwill vs Northeastern

DatE Oct 13, 2007 Oct 16, 2004 Aug 26, 2006

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UVU INDIVIDUAL CAREER-SEASON RECORDS SETS Played Career Tot. Player Years 428 Jessica Endres 2004-07 411 CAMIE MANWILL 2005-09 398 Lacee Koelliker 2003-06 356 Stephanie McFarland 2003-06 331 C. Baugh / a. jones 04-06/07-09 Season Tot. 120 117 117 117 117

Player ALLYCE JONES Jessica Endres CHELSEA FA’ALOGO KATHLEEN STEVENS Allyce Jones

Kills Career Tot. Player 1520 CAMIE MANWILL 1401 Jessica Endres 1174 kayli Doxey 472 Deise Borghetti 464 Lacee Koelliker

Years 2005-09 2004-07 2007-09 2003-04 2003-06

Season Tot. Player 494 KAYLI Doxey 448 Jessica Endres 403 Deise Borghetti 403 Camie Manwill 387 Camie Manwill

Years 2009 2007 2004 2006 2007

Kills Per set Career (min. 150 sets) Ave. Player sets 3.76 kayli Doxey 313 3.70 Camie Manwill 411 3.27 Jessica Endres 428 2.88 alina wallauer 160 2.15 kristin anderson 209 Season (MIN. 50 SETS) Ave. Player sets 4.30 KAYLI Doxey 115 4.20 Deise Borghetti 96 4.20 Camie Manwill 96 3.91 Camie Manwill 99 3.83 Jessica Endres 117 Attack Attempts Career Tot. Player 4438 Camie Manwill 3159 Jessica Endres 3055 kayli Doxey 1408 Alina Wallauer 1311 Deise Borghetti Season Tot. 1231 1230 1152 1114 1062

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Years 2009 2007 2009 2009 2007

Years 2007-09 2005-09 2004-07 2003-04 2006-08 Years 2009 2004 2006 2007 2007

Years 2005-09 2004-07 2007-09 2003-04 2003-04

Player KAYLI Doxey Camie Manwill Camie Manwill Deise Borghetti CAMIE MANWILL

Years 2009 2006 2007 2004 2009

attack Percentage Career (Min. 150 kills) % Player .332 Jessica Endres .306 kristin anderson .292 Lacee Koelliker .274 brooke adams .224 kayli Doxey

Years 2004-07 2006-08 2003-06 2005-06 2007-09

Season (Minimum 175 kills) % Player .357 Jessica Endres .351 Kassidy Brotherson .345 Jessica Endres .321 jessica endres .310 kristin anderson

Years 2007 2003 2006 2005 2008

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UVU INDIVIDUAL CAREER-SEASON RECORDS Assists Career Total Player 4057 Lacee Koelliker 2072 kristi lindley 1477 chelsea fa’alogo 534 Aulani Carter 279 allyce JONES Season Total 1406 1375 1198 1170 1133

Player Kristi Lindley Lacee Koelliker CHELSEA FA’ALOGO Lacee Koelliker Lacee Koelliker

Assists Per set Career (min. 50 sets) Ave. Player sets 10.79 Kristi Lindley 192 10.19 Lacee Koelliker 398 8.49 CHELSEA FA’ALOGO 174 0.84 allyce JONES 331 0.39 maegan hoyt 222

Years 2003-06 2007-08 2008-09 2003 2007-09 Years 2007 2005 2009 2006 2004

Years 2007-08 2003-06 2008-09 2007-09 2003-05

Season (MIN. 50 sets) Ave. Player sets Years 12.67 Kristi Lindley 111 2007 12.06 Lacee Koelliker 114 2005 11.82 Lacee Koelliker 99 2006 11.22 Lacee Koelliker 101 2004 10.24 CHELSEA FA’ALOGO 81 2009 Service Aces Career Total Player 124 Lacee Koelliker 109 Camie Manwill 101 KATHLEEN STEVENS 96 kayli Doxey 57 Stephanie McFarland

Years 2003-06 2005-09 2007-09 2007-09 2003-06

Season Total Player 55 Lacee Koelliker 51 Kathleen Stevens 42 Lacee Koelliker 41 KAYLI Doxey 40 Camie Manwill

Years 2005 2009 2006 2009 2006

Digs Career Total Player 1731 allyce JONES 1299 Camie Manwill 925 Chelsea Baugh 820 Lacee Koelliker 811 Maegan Hoyt

Years 2007-09 2005-09 2004-07 2003-06 2003-05

Season Total Player 651 Allyce JONES 629 ALLYCE JONES 501 Maegan Hoyt 451 allyce JONES 418 Chelsea Baugh

Years 2007 2009 2005 2008 2006

Digs Per set Career (min. 150 sets) Ave. Player sets 5.23 Allyce JONES 331 3.65 maegan hoyt 222 3.16 camie manwill 411 3.08 alina wallauer 160 2.79 chelsea baugh 331

Years 2007-09 2003-05 2005-09 2003-04 2004-07

Season (min. 50 sets) Ave. Player sets 5.56 Allyce JONES 117 5.24 ALLYCE JONES 120 4.80 allyce JONES 94 4.64 Maegan Hoyt 108 4.22 Chelsea Baugh 99

Years 2007 2009 2008 2005 2006

Block Solos Career Tot. Player 46 Jessica Endres 31 Camie Manwill 25 kristin anderson 23 Lacee Koelliker 15 SARAH CLEMENT

Years 2004-07 2005-09 2006-08 2003-06 2008-09

Season Total Player 16 Jessica Endres 14 Jessica Endres 13 Kristin Anderson 11 kristin anderson 11 SARAH CLEMENT 9 Camie Manwill 9 Jessica Endres

Years 2007 2004 2007 2008 2009 2007 2005

Block Assists Career Total Player 380 Jessica Endres 234 kristin anderson 228 Lacee Koelliker 188 Stephanie McFarland 161 CAMIE MANWILL

Years 2004-07 2006-08 2003-06 2003-06 2005-09

Season Total Player 125 Jessica Endres 114 kristin anderson 108 Kristin Anderson 93 SARAH CLEMENT 91 Jessica Endres

Years 2007 2008 2007 2009 2004

Total Blocks Career Total Player 426 Jessica Endres 259 kristin anderson 251 Lacee Koelliker 201 Stephanie McFarland 192 CAMIE MANWILL

Years 2004-07 2006-08 2003-06 2003-06 2005-09

Season Total Player 141 Jessica Endres 125 kristin anderson 121 Kristin Anderson 105 Jessica Endres 93 SARAH CLEMENT Blocks Per set Career (min. 150 sets) Ave. Player 1.24 Kristin Anderson 1.00 Jessica Endres 0.92 SARAH CLEMENT 0.89 Brooke Adams 0.77 JAICEE KURESA

Years 2007 2008 2007 2004 2009

Sets 209 428 172 168 160

YEARS 2006-07 2004-07 2008-09 2005-06 2008-09

Season (min. 50 sets) Ave. Player sets 1.40 kristin anderson 89 1.23 Kristin Anderson 98 1.21 Jessica Endres 117 1.06 Jessica Endres 99 0.98 Kassidy Brotherson 88

Years 2008 2007 2007 2004 2003

Points Care Total Player 1740.5 Camie Manwill 1691.0 Jessica Endres 1336.0 kayli Doxey 725.0 Lacee Koelliker 625.0 Stephanie McFarland Season Total 550.0 547.5 470.5 444.0 432.0

Player KAYLI Doxey Jessica Endres Camie Manwill Camie Manwill Deise Borghetti

Years 2005-09 2004-07 2007-09 2003-06 2003-06 Years 2009 2007 2006 2007 2004

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DIGS (SEASON)

Kills 1835 1744 1616 1516 1468

(.232) (.204) (.232) (.215) (.179)

Kills per set 15.68 15.31 15.30 14.53 13.82

Digs 2138 1839 1783 1779 1691 1195

(117 sets) (99 sets) (114 sets) (101 sets) (88 sets)

2007 2005 2009 2006 2004 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

Attack attempts 4918 (1835-693-4918) 4564 (1744-815-4564) 4319 (1468-696-4319) 4196 (1616-641-4196) 4107 (1516-631-4107)

2007 2005 2004 2009 2006

Attack pct. .232 (1616-641-4196) .232 (1835-693-4918) .215 (1516-631-4107) .204 (1744-815-4564) .198 (1143-533-3078)

2009 2007 2006 2005 2008

ASSISTS (SEASON) Assists 1688 1573 1492 1367 1343

(117 sets) (120 sets) (101 sets) (114 sets) (99 sets) (88 sets)

Digs per set 18.27 (117 sets) 17.65 (101 sets) 17.08 (99 sets) 15.61 (114 sets) 15.32 (120 sets) Reception pct. .935 (2616 receptions) .929 (2241 receptions) .927 (2431 receptions) .927 (1826 receptions) .926 (2224 receptions)

ALL-TIME ROSTER 2007 2009 2004 2005 2006 2003 2007 2004 2006 2005 2009 2007 2004 2005 2008 2006

BLOCKS (SEASON) Block solos 49 (117 sets) 47 (99 sets) 38 (120 sets) 37 (101 sets) 34 (94 sets)

2007 2006 2009 2004 2008

(117 sets) (114 sets) (120 sets) (99 sets) (101 sets)

2007 2005 2009 2006 2004

Block assists 503 (117 sets) 439 (120 sets) 412 (94 sets) 356 (114 sets) 350 (99 sets)

2007 2009 2008 2005 2006

Assists per set 14.43 (117 sets) 13.81 (99 sets) 13.80 (114 sets) 13.30 (101 sets) 12.43 (120 sets)

2007 2006 2005 2004 2009

Total blocks 300.5 (117 sets) 257.5 (120 sets) 240.0 (94 sets) 222.0 (99 sets) 212.0 (114 sets)

2007 2009 2008 2006 2005

Assist pct. .512 .470 .466 .416 .372

2003 2005 2009 2006 2004

Blocks per set 2.57 (117 sets) 2.55 (94 sets) 2.24 (99 sets) 2.15 (120 sets) 1.98 (88 sets)

2007 2008 2006 2009 2003

SERVES (SEASON) Service aces 201 (117 sets) 195 (120 sets) 182 (114 sets) 174 (99 sets) 135 (88 sets) Service aces per set 1.76 (99 sets) 1.72 (117 sets) 1.62 (120 sets) 1.60 (114 sets) 1.53 (88 sets) Service attempts 3075 (117 sets) 2893 (114 sets) 2759 (120 sets) 2645 (99 sets) 2382 (101 sets) Serve pct. .910 (3075 serves) .906 (2893 serves) .903 (2382 serves) .901 (2035 serves) .898 (2645 serves)

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Brooke Adams Kristin Anderson Rachel Anderson* Lindsay Barker* Chelsea Baugh Meagan Bluth Deise Borghetti Brooke Brady Shannan Brooks Kassidy Brotherson Ashley Brown Carlyn Cadmus Bethany Carron Aulani Carter Sarah Clement* Ashley Dallin Kayli Doxey* Jessica Endres Chelsea Fa’alogo* Melissa Fifita Patti Flagg* Chelsey Heaps* Kari Heers Maegan Hoyt Malia Hoyt

2005-06 2006-08 2009 2009 2004-07 2007 2003-04 2005-06 2007 2003 2006 2004-05 2005-07 2003 2008-09 2006 2007-09 2004-07 2008-09 2008 2009 2008-09 2005 2003-05 2003-04

POINTS (SEASON) 2007 2009 2005 2006 2003

Points 2336.5 2138.0 2068.5 1912.0 1772.5

2007 2005 2009 2006 2004

2006 2007 2009 2005 2003

Points per set 19.97 (117 sets) 19.31 (99 sets) 18.75 (114 sets) 17.55 (101 sets) 17.33 (88 sets)

2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

2007 2005 2009 2006 2004

Sets played 120 117 114 101 99

2009 2007 2005 2004 2006

2007 2005 2004 2008 2006

Matches played 32 31 29 28 27

2009 2007 2005 2006 2004

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Allyce Jones 2007-09 Lacee Koelliker 2003-06 Jaicee Kuresa 2008-09 Larissa Laycock 2003-05 Terin Ledall 2006-07 Kristi Lindley 2007-08 Deja Lunt 2003 Camie Manwill 2005-09 Stephanie McFarland 2003-06 Gini Mendenhall 2006 Marla Morin 2008-09 Erica Nish* 2009 Lanni O’Reilly* 2007-09 Anne Olsen 2004-05 Kaui Piena 2006 Dani Robison* 2007-09 Ashley Santiago 2006 Amber Smith 2004 Kathleen Stevens* 2007-09 Krystal Taylor 2003-04 Faith Tusieseina 2008-09 Alina Wallauer 2003-04 Jenny Weed 2003 Jamie Wiscombe 2004 *Active on the 2010 roster


A L L -T I M E N C A A R E C O R D S V S . O P P O N E N T S Air Force (0-1) 9/10/05

Ogden, Utah

L (2-3)

Arizona State (0-2) 8/26/06 Tempe, Arizona 9/8/07 Orem, Utah

L (0-3) L (2-3)

Augustana (S.D.) (0-1) 10/15/03 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

L (2-3)

Boise State (6-1) 8/30/03 11/4/04 9/6/05 10/18/07 10/28/08 9/17/09 10/5/09

Boise, Idaho Orem, Utah Boise, Idaho Orem, Utah Boise, Idaho Boise, Idaho Orem, Utah

W (3-2) W (3-0) W (3-1) W (3-1) L (2-3) W (3-1) W (3-0)

Bowling Green (0-1) 8/30/03 Boise, Idaho

L (1-3)

Butler (1-0) 9/1/07 BYU (0-6) 9/19/03 10/26/04 10/18/05 10/3/06 10/9/07 10/27/09

Indianapolis, Indiana

W (3-0)

Provo, Utah Orem, Utah Provo, Utah Orem, Utah Provo, Utah Provo, Utah

L (0-3) L (1-3) L (0-3) L (0-3) L (0-3) L (1-3)

BYU-Hawaii (1-1) 9/2/03 Orem, Utah 11/12/08 Laie, Hawaii

L (1-3) w (3-1)

Cal State Bakersfield (5-1) 10/12/07 Bakersfield, California 10/13/07 Bakersfield, California 11/17/07 Orem, Utah 10/3/08 Orem, Utah 10/4/08 Orem, Utah 11/22/08 Orem, Utah

W (3-0) W (3-2) W (3-0) L (1-3) W (3-2) W (3-2)

Loyola Marymount (0-1) 8/25/06 Tempe, Arizona

L (1-3)

Memphis (1-0) 9/11/04

Provo, Utah

Michigan (0-1) 9/14/07

Ann Arbor, Michigan

L (0-3)

Missouri (0-2) 9/5/03 9/5/09

#18 Salt Lake City, Utah Orem, Utah

L (0-3) L (1-3)

Montana (1-0) 9/7/04

W (3-0)

Newark, New Jersey

W (3-0)

L (1-3) W (3-0) W (3-1)

Temple (0-1) 9/15/07

Ann Arbor, Michigan

L (2-3)

Montana Western (2-0) 9/26/04 Dillon, Montana 10/7/03 Orem, Utah

W (3-0) W (3-0)

Nevada (0-2) 10/7/04 11/10/07

Reno, Nevada Orem, Utah

NJIT (3-1) 9/28/07 11/22/08 10/10/09 11/12/09

Newark, New Jersey Orem, Utah Newark, New Jersey* Orem, Utah*

L (1-3) L (1-3) W (3-1) W (3-1) L (2-3) W (3-1)

North Dakota (1-2) 10/1/09 Orem, Utah* W (3-1) 10/31/09 Grand Forks, North Dakota* L (2-3) 11/21/09 Houston, Texas L (1-3)

L (2-3)

North Texas (1-0) 9/12/08 Orem, Utah

W (3-0)

Central Florida (2-1) 9/10/04 Orem, Utah 9/2/06 Orlando, Florida 9/5/08 Lawrence, Kansas

W (3-1) W (3-1) L (2-3)

Northeastern (1-0) 8/26/06 Tempe, Arizona

W (3-2)

Chicago State (5-0) 10/1/07 10/7/08 9/18/09 10/8/09 11/20/09

W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-0)

Northern Colorado 10/3/03 11/7/03 11/15/03 10/27/04 11/6/04 11/13/04 10/15/05 10/21/05 11/12/05

L (0-3) L (1-3) L (1-3) L (2-3) L (0-3) L (1-3) L (0-3) W (3-2) W (3-0)

Newark, New Jersey

W (3-1)

Orem, Utah

W (3-0)

Dixie State (1-0) 9/22/06 Furman (1-0) 9/1/06

Orlando, Florida

Georgia Tech (0-1) 9/14/07 Ann Arbor, Michigan

W (3-2) L (0-3)

Gonzaga (0-1) 8/27/09

Odgen, Utah

W (3-1)

Harvard (1-0) 9/16/06

San Jose, California

W (3-0)

Hawaii (0-1) 11/15/08 Honolulu, Hawaii Houston Baptist (4-0) 11/7/08 Orem, Utah 10/23/09 Orem, Utah* 11/5/09 Houston, Texas* 11/20/09 Houston, Texas IPFW (1-3) 11/14/03 11/12/04 9/9/06 11/11/06 Idaho State (6-3) 9/21/04 9/16/05 9/6/06 9/22/07 10/27/07 9/13/08 10/14/08 9/12/09 10/17/09 Kansas (0-2) 9/1/05 9/5/08

L (0-3) W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-1) W (3-2)

Fort Wayne, Indiana Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Fargo, North Dakota

L (1-3) L (1-3) W (3-1) L (1-3)

Pocatello, Idaho Orem, Utah Pocatello, Idaho Pocatello, Idaho Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Pocatello, idaho Orem, Utah Pocatello, Idaho

L (0-3) L (2-3) W (3-2) W 3-1) W (3-0) W (3-0) L (1-3) W (3-1) W (3-2)

Orem, Utah Lawrence, Kansas

L (1-3) L (0-3)

W (3-0) W (3-0)

St. Francis (1-0) 9/29/07

L (0-3)

Columbia (1-0) 9/28/07

Southern Utah (2-0) 9/22/09 Orem, Utah 10/20/09 Cedar City, Utah

W (3-0)

Cal Poly-SLO (0-1) 9/17/04 Portland, Oregon

W (3-0)

W (3-1) L (0-3) L (2-3) W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-1) L (0-3) W (3-0)

Missoula, Montana

Cal State Northridge (0-1) 9/16/06 San Jose, California

Colorado College (1-0) 11/8/03 Colorado Springs, Colo.

(5-3) Brookings, South Dakota Orem, Utah Brookings, South Dakota Orem, Utah Greeley, Colorado Greeley, Colorado Brookings, South Dakota Orem, Utah

Montana State (2-1) 9/3/05 Orem, Utah 11/3/06 Orem, Utah 9/24/07 Bozeman, Montana

North Dakota State (4-2) 11/12/04 Orem, Utah 9/30/05 Fargo, North Dakota 11/3/05 Orem, Utah 11/10/05 Greeley, Colorado 10/14/06 Fargo, North Dakota 10/28/06 Orem, Utah

Chicago, Illinois Orem, Utah Orem, Utah* Chicago, Illinois* Houston, Texas

South Dakota State 10/16/03 11/11/04 10/1/05 11/4/05 11/11/05 11/12/05 10/13/06 10/26/06

(2-7) Orem, Utah Greeley, Colorado Fort Wayne, Indiana Orem, Utah Greeley, Colorado Orem, Utah Greeley, Colorado Orem, Utah Greeley, Colorado

L (0-3) W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-2) L (1-3) W (3-1)

Northern Illinois (1-0) 8/31/07 Indianapolis, Indiana

W (1-0)

Northwestern State (1-0) 9/9/05 Ogden, Utah

W (3-1)

Oklahoma (0-1) 9/11/04

Tennessee Tech (1-0) 8/31/07 Inianapolis, Indiana

W (3-2)

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (5-0) 11/15/03 Fort Wayne, Indiana 10/15/04 Corpus Christi, Texas 11/13/04 Orem, Utah 9/17/05 Orem, Utah 10/29/05 Corpus Christi, Texas

W (3-1) W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-2)

Texas-Pan American (14-1) 11/14/03 Fort Wayne, Indiana 10/16/04 Edinburg, Texas 11/11/04 Orem, Utah 10/8/05 Orem, Utah 10/28/05 Edinburg, Texas 9/30/06 McAllen, Texas 11/4/06 Orem, Utah 10/5/07 Orem, Utah 10/20/07 Edinburg, Texas 11/16/07 Orem, Utah 10/10/08 Edinburg, Texas 10/24/08 Orem, Utah 11/21/08 Orem, Utah 10/15/09 Orem, Utah* 11/6/09 Edinburg, Texas*

W (3-0) W (3-2) W (3-1) W (3-1) L (2-3) W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-1) W (3-0) W (3-0 W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-1) W (3-0)

Texas-San Antonio (1-0) 9/29/06 San Antonio, Texas

W (3-2)

UC Davis (2-0) 9/16/04 9/17/05

Portland, Oregon Orem, Utah

W (3-2) W (3-1)

UNLV (0-1) 9/25/04

Las Vegas, Nevada

L (2-3)

USC (0-2) 9/11/09 9/12/09

#15 Orem, Utah #15 Orem, Utah

L (1-3) L (0-3)

Utah (1-6) 9/6/03 9/1/04 9/20/05 10/10/06 10/23/07 8/29/08 9/4/09

Salt Lake City, Utah #24 Salt Lake City, Utah Orem, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Orem, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah #17 Orem, Utah

L (0-3) L (0-3) L (1-3) L (0-3) L (0-3) L (0-3) W (3-1)

Utah State (2-5) 10/21/03 10/10/05 10/25/07 11/1/07 9/16/08 8/29/09 10/13/09

Logan, Utah Orem, Utah Logan, Utah Orem, Utah Logan, Utah Ogden, Utah Orem, Utah

L (0-3) L (1-3) L (3-1) W (3-0) L (0-3) W (3-1) L (2-3)

Provo, Utah

L (1-3)

Oral Roberts (0-2) 9/29/04 Oral Roberts 9/9/06 Orem, Utah

L (0-3) L (1-3)

Oregon (0-2) 9/6/08 9/16/09

L (0-3) L (0-3)

Washington (0-1) 11/25/03 #14 Seattle, Washington

Boise, Idaho Portland, Oregon

L (1-3) L (0-3)

Portland State (1-0) 9/18/04 Portland, Oregon

Washington State (1-2) 9/6/03 Salt Lake City, Utah 9/19/08 Pullman, Washington 9/5/09 Orem, Utah

W (3-2) L (0-3) L (0-3)

W (3-0)

Providence (4-0) 11/11/05 11/10/06 11/16/07 11/21/08

Greeley, Colorado Fargo, North Dakota Orem, Utah Orem, Utah

W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-0)

Samford (1-0) 9/1/06

Orlando, Florida

W (3-0)

Santa Clara (0-1) 8/30/08

Weber State (5-6) 9/9/03 Ogden, Utah 10/19/04 Ogden, Utah 9/10/05 Ogden, Utah 9/27/05 Orem, Utah 8/29/06 Ogden, Utah 9/8/06 Orem, Utah 9/7/07 Orem, Utah 10/30/07 Ogden, Utah 9/23/08 Orem, Utah 11/4/08 Ogden, Utah 8/29/09 Ogden, Utah

L (2-3) L (2-3) L (0-3) W (3-1) L (0-3) W (3-0) W (3-2) L (1-3) W (3-2) L (0-3) W (3-0)

Westminster (4-0) 10/29/03 Orem, Utah 11/19/03 Salt Lake City, Utah 10/5/04 Orem, Utah 10/25/05 Orem, Utah

W (3-0) W (3-0) W (3-1) W (3-0)

Wyoming (1-1) 10/14/05 Laramie, Wyoming 8/24/07 Orem, Utah *Denotes a GWC Match

W (3-2) L (2-3)

Portland (0-2) 8/29/03 9/18/04

Lawrence, Kansas #12 Orem, Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

L (2-3)

San Jose State (1-1) 9/15/06 San Jose, California 9/8/07 Orem, Utah

L (0-3) W (3-2)

Seattle (1-0) 10/30/08

W (3-0)

Orem, Utah

South Dakota (2-0) 10/2/09 Orem, Utah* 10/29/09 Vermillion, South Dakota*

W (3-0) W (3-1)

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Y E A R - B Y- Y E A R N C A A R E S U LT S 2003 (10-14) Home: 3-2 ~ Road: 5-8 ~ Neutral: 2-4 Date 8/29 8/30 8/30 9/2 9/5 9/6 9/6 9/9 9/1 9/26 10/3 10/7 10/15 10/16 10/21 10/29 11/7 11/8 11/14 11/14/ 11/15 11/15 11/19 11/25

Opponent vs. Portland at Boise State vs. Bowling Green BYU-Hawaii vs. Missouri at Utah vs Washington State at Weber State at BYU at Montana-Western Northern Colorado Montana-Western at Augustana (S.D.) at South Dakota State at Utah State Westminster at Northern Colorado at Colorado College at IPFW vs. Texas-Pan American vs. Texas A&M-CC vs Northern Colorado at Westminster at Washington

Result Site L, 1-3 Boise, Idaho W, 3-2 Boise, Idaho L, 1-3 Boise, Idaho L, 1-3 Orem, Utah L, 0-3 Salt Lake City, Utah L, 0-3 Salt Lake City, Utah W, 3-2 Salt Lake City, Utah L, 2-3 Ogden, Utah L, 0-3 Provo, Utah W, 3-0 Dillon, Montana L, 0-3 Orem, Utah W, 3-0 Orem, Utah L, 2-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota W, 3-1 Brookings, South Dakota L, 0-3 Logan, Utah W, 3-0 Orem, Utah L, 1-3 Greeley, Colorado W, 3-0 Colorado Springs, Colo. L, 1-3 Fort Wayne, Indiana W, 3-0 Fort Wayne, Indiana W, 3-1 Fort Wayne, Indiana L, 1-3 Fort Wayne, Indiana W, 3-0 Salt Lake City, Utah L, 0-3 Seattle, Washington

2004 (11-16) Home: 5-5 ~ Road: 4-8 ~ Neutral: 2-3 Date 9/1 9/7 9/10 9/11 9/11 9/16 9/17 9/18 9/18 9/21 9/25 9/29 10/5 10/7 10/15 10/16 10/19 10/26 10/27 11/4 11/6 11/11 11/11 11/12 11/12 11/13 11/13

Opponent at Utah at Montana Central Florida vs. Oklahoma vs. Memphis vs. UC Davis vs. Cal Poly-SLO at Portland State at Portland at Idaho State at UNLV at Oral Roberts Westminster at Nevada at Texas A&M-CC at Texas-Pan American at Weber State BYU Northern Colorado Boise State at Northern Colorado South Dakota State Texas-Pan American vs IPFW North Dakota State Texas A&M-CC Northern Colorado

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

Site Salt Lake City, Utah Missoula, Montana Orem, Utah Provo, Utah Provo, Utah Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Pocatello, Idaho Las Vegas, Nevada Tulsa, Oklahoma Orem, Utah Reno, Nevada Corpus Christi, Texas Edinburg, Texas Ogden, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Greeley, Colorado Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah

2005 (18-11) Home: 8-5 ~ Road: 5-5 ~ Neutral: 5-1 Date 9/1 9/3 9/6 9/9 9/10 9/10 9/16 9/17 9/17 9/20 9/27 9/30 10/1 10/8 10/10 10/14 10/15 10/18 10/21 10/25 10/28 10/29 11/3 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/11 11/12 11/12

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Opponent Kansas Montana State at Boise State vs. Northwestern State vs. Air Force at Weber State Idaho State Texas A&M-CC UC Davis Utah Weber State at North Dakota State at South Dakota State Texas-Pan American Utah State at Wyoming at Northern Colorado at BYU Northern Colorado Westminster at Texas-Pan American at Texas A&M-CC North Dakota State South Dakota State vs. North Dakota State vs. South Dakota State vs. Providence at Northern Colorado vs. South Dakota State

Result Site L, 1-3 Orem, Utah L, 1-3 Orem, Utah W, 3-1 Boise, Idaho W, 3-1 Ogden, Utah L, 2-3 Ogden, Utah L, 0-3 Ogden, Utah L, 2-3 Orem, Utah W, 3-0 Orem, Utah W, 3-1 Orem, Utah L, 1-3 Orem, Utah W, 3-1 Orem, Utah W, 3-0 Fargo, North Dakota L, 2-3 Brookings, South Dakota W, 3-1 Orem, Utah L, 1-3 Orem, Utah W, 3-2 Laramie, Wyoming L, 0-3 Greeley, Colorado L, 0-3 Provo, Utah W, 3-2 Orem, Utah W, 3-0 Orem, Utah L, 2-3 Edinburg, Texas W, 3-2 Corpus Christi, Texas W, 3-0 Orem, Utah W, 3-1 Orem, Utah W, 3-2 Greeley, Colorado W, 3-0 Greeley, Colorado W, 3-0 Greeley, Colorado W, 3-0 Greeley, Colorado W, 3-1 Greeley, Colorado

2006 (17-11) Home: 7-2 ~ Road: 4-6 ~ Neutral: 6-3 Date 8/25 8/26 8/26 8/29 9/1 9/1 9/2 9/6 9/8 9/9 9/9 9/15 9/16 9/16 9/22 9/29 9/30 10/3 10/10 10/13 10/14 10/26 10/28 11/3 11/4/ 11/10 11/10 11/11

Opponent vs Loyola Marymount at Arizona State vs Northeastern Huskies at Weber State vs Furman vs Samford at Central Florida at Idaho State Weber State Oral Roberts IPFW at San Jose State vs CS Northridge vs Harvard Dixie State at Texas-San Antonio at Texas-Pan American BYU at Utah at South Dakota State at North Dakota State South Dakota State North Dakota State Montana State Texas-Pan American vs Providence vs South Dakota State vs IPFW

Result Site L, 1-3 Tempe, Arizona L, 0-3 Tempe, Arizona W, 3-2 Tempe, Arizona L, 0-3 Ogden, Utah W, 3-2 Orlando, Florida W, 3-0 Orlando, Florida W, 3-1 Orlando, Florida W, 3-2 Pocatello, Idaho W, 3-0 Orem, Utah L, 1-3 Orem, Utah W, 3-1 Orem, Utah L, 0-3 San Jose, California L, 0-3 San Jose, California W, 3-0 San Jose, California W, 3-0 Orem, Utah W, 3-2 San Antonio, Texas W, 3-0 McAllen, Texas L, 0-3 Orem, Utah L, 0-3 Salt Lake City, Utah L, 0-3 Brookings, South Dakota L, 1-3 Fargo, North Dakota W, 3-0 Orem, Utah W, 3-1 Orem, Utah W, 3-0 Orem, Utah W, 3-0 Orem, Utah W, 3-0 Fargo, North Dakota W, 3-0 Fargo, North Dakota L, 1-3 Fargo, North Dakota

2007 (21-10) Home: 6-4 ~ Road: 8-4 ~ Neutral: 4-2 Date 8/24 8/31 8/31 9/01 9/07 9/08 9/08 9/14 9/14 9/15 9/22 9/24 9/28 9/28 9/29 10/01 10/05 10/09 10/12 10/13 10/18 10/20 10/23 10/25 10/27 10/30 11/01 11/10 11/16 11/16 11/17

Opponent Wyoming vs. Tennessee Tech vs. Northern Illinois at Butler Weber State San Jose State Arizona State at Michigan vs. Georgia Tech vs. Temple at Idaho State at Montana State vs. Columbia at NJIT vs. St. Francis (NY) at Chicago State Texas-Pan American at BYU at Cal State Bakersfield at Cal State Bakersfield Boise State at Texas-Pan American Utah at Utah State Idaho State at Weber State Utah State Nevada Providence Texas-Pan American Cal State Bakersfield

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

Site Orem, Utah Indianapolis, Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Ann Arbor, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Pocatello, Idaho Bozeman, Montana Newark, New Jersey Newark, New Jersey Newark, New Jersey Chicago, Illinois Orem, Utah Provo, Utah Bakersfield, California Bakersfield, California Orem, Utah Edinburg, Texas Orem, Utah Logan, Utah Orem, Utah Ogden, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah

2008 (14-12) Home: 12-1 ~ Road: 2-8 ~ Neutral: 0-3 Date 8/29 8/30 9/05 9/05 9/06 9/12 9/13 9/16 9/19 9/23 10/03 10/04 10/07 10/10 10/14 10/24 10/28 10/30 11/04 11/07 11/12 11/15 11/21 11/21 11/22 11/22

Opponent at Utah vs. Santa Clara vs. UCF at Kansas vs. Oregon North Texas Idaho State at Utah State at Washington State Weber State Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Bakersfield Chicago State vs. Texas-Pan American at Idaho State Texas-Pan American at Boise State Seattle at Weber State Houston Baptist at BYU-Hawaii at Hawaii Providence Texas-Pan American NJIT Cal State Bakersfield

2 0 1 0 U TA H VA L L E Y U N I V E R S I T Y V O L L E Y BA L L

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

Site Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Lawrence, Kansas Lawrence, Kansas Lawrence, Kansas Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Logan, Utah Pullman, Washington Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Edinburg, Texas Pocatello, Idaho Orem, Utah Boise, Idaho Orem, Utah Ogden, Utah Orem, Utah Laie, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah


Y E A R - B Y -Y E A R N C A A R E S U LT S / N Z - S A M O A T R I P 2009 (22-10) {10-2 GWC} Home: 10-6 ~ Road: 9-3 ~ Neutral: 3-1 Date 8/28 8/29 8/29 9/04 9/05 9/05 9/11 9/12 9/12 9/16 9/17 9/18 9/22 10/01 10/02 10/05 10/08 10/10 10/13 10/15 10.17 10/20 10/23 10/27 10/29 10/31 11/05 11/06 11/12 11/20 11/20 11/21

Opponent vs. Gonzaga at Weber State vs. Utah State #17 Utah Missouri Washington State USC USC Idaho State Oregon at Boise State Chicago State* Southern Utah North Dakota* South Dakota* Boise State at Chicago State* at NJIT* Utah State Texas-Pan American* at Idaho State at Southern Utah Houston Baptist* at BYU at South Dakota* at North Dakota* at Houston Baptist* at Texas-Pan American* NJIT* vs. Chicago State at Houston Baptist vs. North Dakota

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

Site Ogden, Utah Ogden, Utah Ogden, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Boise, Idaho Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Chicago, Illinois Newark, New Jersey Orem, Utah Orem, Utah Pocatello, Idaho Cedar City, Utah Orem, Utah Provo, Utah Vermillion, South Dakota Grand Forks, North Dakota Houston, Texas Edinburg, Texas Orem, Utah Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas

* Denotes Conference Match - Finished 2nd in conf. during Regular Season as well as at the GWC Tourny.

UVU’s Trip to New Zealand & Samoa - May 2010 UVU’s volleyball team left to New Zealand on May 3 and then traveled on to Samoa on May 11, where they then spent six days. While the first leg of the trip was focused mostly on volleyball, the team’s stop in Samoa was more of a humanitarian visit. The trip started with seven days in New Zealand. The Wolverines played three exhibition matches and had a chance to tour the country. Then it was off to Samoa where Atoa was able to use his ties to his home country to give back to a group of people who are still trying to recover from a devastating tsunami. Prior to their trip, UVU collected items like medical supplies, hygiene kits, furniture, sporting goods and clothing in Utah and had them shipped to Samoa. When they arrived they were able to deliver many of those items to people in need. Head Coach Sam Atoa, who was born in Samoa and lived there until he graduated from high school, had numerous connections to help make the trip possible. “I think the girls were overwhelmed by how they were received by the community,” Atoa said. “The greatest days of the trip were when we were able to deliver the things we had collected; that was an incredible feeling. One of the girls called it ‘Santa Claus’ day when we delivered the items.” “I can’t help but feel like we’ve come closer together as a team,” Atoa said. “I think the girls got an understanding of what life is all about and they had the chance to give service to others.”

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