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2009 York College Volleyball

All-CAC Middle Hitter ALISHIA WALTERMYER


York College Overview York College of Pennsylvania is a private-sector, independent institution of higher education, which focuses on offering baccalaureate degree programs in the arts and sciences, business administration, education, public affairs, and nursing. Students may also enroll in courses leading to the associate degree and master’s degree. The College draws its 4,600 full-time undergraduate and 1,500 part-time and graduate students from some 30 states and 36 foreign countries. Typically, 50% of York’s freshmen hail from Pennsylvania; 30% from New York and New Jersey; and 15% from Maryland, Washington, DC, Virginia, and Connecticut. Others come from states up and down the East Coast and from abroad. Most of York’s part-time and graduate students reside and are employed in the greater York Area. The College occupies a 190-acre, park-like campus, just beyond the York city (pop. 50,000) limits, in the rolling hills of the south central part of the state. Close to the heart of “Pennsylvania Dutch” country, York is one hour from Baltimore; two hours from Philadelphia or Washington, DC; and four hours from New York City, Pittsburgh, or Richmond. Nearly half of its undergraduate students reside in college housing in the vicinity of the campus. York College envisions itself as a center of affordable academic excellence and has received favorable national recognition for its success in offering a higher education program of high quality at a tuition rate substantially lower than the rates charged by institutions of similar type, scope, and distinction. York’s effective control of tuition costs stems principally from the long-term, generous support of the College by its friends in the York community and its alumni. This support has provided both superior debt-free physical facilities and permanent endowment resources sufficient to fund institutional scholarships and financial aid for needy students. York uses this fiscal strength in turn to provide a kind of “scholarship” to each of its students in the form of relatively modest charges for tuition and campus housing. York College is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and has specialized accreditation for its business, nursing, allied health, and recreation programs. York College is proud of its ongoing efforts in gender equity. As per the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act of 1994, information regarding YCP’s gender equity statistics is available for review in the office of the Assistant Dean for Athletics and Recreation. Students can request a copy of the report from the Assistant Dean for Athletics and Recreation.

The Grumbacher Sport & Fitness Center The York College campus officially grew on April 29, 2006, as the College unveiled the Grumbacher Sport & Fitness Center to the public. This 160,000 square-foot complex is the centerpiece for student life on the College’s West Campus. Bordered by McKay Hall and Grantley Hall, and a quadrangle of new dormitories, the Center features the Charles Wolf Gymnasium, a 1,712-seat arena hosting varsity competition in men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, and wrestling. Other features include an eight-lane competitive pool with instructional areas and 1- and 3-meter diving boards, a three-court field house, spacious locker room facilities, and a state-of-the-art fitness area that spreads out over 7,600 square feet. Two new Sport Turf fields sit directly south of the Grumbacher Center. Graham Field is home to the men’s and women’s soccer and track & field teams while Kinsley Field is the home of the field hockey, men’s lacrosse, and women’s lacrosse teams.


The Grumbacher Center ......................Inside Front Cover York College Overview ........................Inside Front Cover Table of Contents ............................................................1 Spartan Fast Facts ..........................................................1 Media Information ............................................................1 2008 Spartan Volleyball Preview ..................................2-3 Spartan Player Profiles ................................................4-7 Year-by-Year Records ......................................................7 Spartan Coaching Staff ....................................................8 Spartan Coaches and their records ................................9 2008 Spartan Volleyball Results ......................................9 York College Volleyball School Records ..........................9 2008 Spartan Volleyball Statistics..................................10 2008 Capital Athletic Conference Standings ..................11 2008 All-CAC Teams ......................................................11 2008 CAC Team Statistics ............................................12 2008 CAC Individual Statistics ......................................12 2008 Preseason Roster ........................Inside Back Cover All-time All-CAC Selections ..................Inside Back Cover The 2009 Volleyball media guide was produced by Scott Guise, York College Sports Information Director. Photography by Scott Guise, Mark Kearns, and Steve Doemland.

Spartan Fast Facts Location ....................................................York, Pennsylvania Founded........................................................September 1787 Enrollment ......................................................................4,600 President ............................................Dr. George W. Waldner Conference ..................................Capital Athletic Conference Affiliation ......................................................NCAA Division III Nickname ..................................................................Spartans Colors ..................................................Kelly Green and White Arena............................................................Wolf Gymnasium Capacity ....................................................................1,712 Athletic Director ................................................Sean Sullivan Alma Mater ..........................Univ. of California-Santa Cruz Associate A.D. ..................................................Betsy Witman Alma Mater ................................James Madison University Assistant A.D. ........................................................Paul Saikia Alma Mater................................Southern Illinois University Sports Information Director ..................................Scott Guise Alma Mater ........................Bowling Green State University Asst. Sports Information Director ..........................Brent Duffy Alma Mater......................................................York College Head Athletic Trainer ............................................Nate Cooke Alma Mater ..............................................Messiah College Asst. Athletic Trainer ........................................Allison Kunkel Alma Mater ................................University of Pitt-Bradford Head Volleyball Coach ........................................Sue DuMars Alma Mater ..............................................................Juniata Asst. Volleyball Coach ................................................Jill Wolf Alma Mater......................................................York College Athletic Phone ................................................(717) 815-1780 Volleyball Office Phone ..................................(717) 815-1770 Athletic Fax ....................................................(717) 849-1626 SID Phone ......................................................(717) 815-1394 SID Fax ..........................................................(717) 849-1642

Media Information • The York College Sports Information Office requests that any media interested in covering a Spartan volleyball match please contact the Sports Information Office prior to game day so that a spot at the table may be held for that media member. • Requests for permission to broadcast must be made at least two weeks prior to the game. The visiting teams will be allowed to broadcast as long as there is a reciprocal agreement allowing Spartan radio to broadcast when York is on the road. • Postgame interviews will be arranged through the respective Sports Information Directors. If a visiting SID is not present, a representative from York College will arrange the visitor’s interviews. The Spartan players will be available ten minutes after the game and can be interviewed on the field or outside the locker room. • Interviews with players or coaches should be arranged through the Sports Information Office. Please allow 24 hours to arrange the interviews. The arrangements will be made for in-person and telephone interviews at a time that is agreeable to both the reporter and athlete. Head coach Sue DuMars is best reached during the early afternoons. The Sports Information Office phone number is (717) 815-1394.

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2009 Spartan Volleyball Preview

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Strong veterans + a talented group of incoming players = a highly successful 2009 season. That is a formula that the York College volleyball squad hopes will work for the upcoming season. Spartan head coach Sue DuMars begins her 14th season at the helm of the program looking to build on a 19-win season in 2008. DuMars welcomes back a strong core of returning players, many of whom earned extensive experience last season. DuMars has three seniors on this year’s squad as outside hitter Jaclyn Davis, libero Amanda Clemens, and setter Amanda Rouillard give the Spartans steady leadership. Juniors Alishia Waltermyer, Sarah Jackson, Jana Arentz, and Alysse Beshore provide DuMars with a deep class while the sophomore group of Heather Bucher, Heather Toth, Cortni Rentzel, and Julie Coombs all got significant time as freshmen, giving them valuable experience in preparation for 2009. The Spartan recruiting class includes middle hitter Melissa Patterson, outside hitter Ashley Rineman, and middle hitter Meaghan Jackson. DuMars is very high on the class that she hopes can get the Spartans over the top and earn their first conference title since 1997. “I am very excited about the composition of this team,” says DuMars. “I believe practices will be highly competitive as the players will push each other for floor time. We will have as much depth and size as we have had here during my tenure at York. I think our talent level is very strong and should be as good as we have ever had.” The Spartans will also have a great deal of versatility with their lineup this year. A number of players can play multiple positions giving DuMars the ability to mix and match lineups based on how the Spartans are playing and what they need. DuMars will turn to Waltermyer to lead the Spartan attack in the middle. Waltermyer is the Spartans’ returning All-CAC player and she should again be one of the top players in the conference and the league. Waltermyer is a very strong offensive threat who finished third in the CAC in attack percentage. Waltermyer hit .320 with 2.33 kills and 0.85 blocks per set. Waltermyer paced the Spartans as she averaged 2.96 points per set “Alishia is one of the top players in our league.” says DuMars. “She had a fantastic sophomore year and she continues to get better with her strong work ethic. Alishia has a strong desire to be a great player, and she expects to play great every match.” Waltermyer will be joined in the middle by Beshore, and Patterson. Beshore had a good first year in the Green and White as she played in 33 matches, starting 32 of those contests. She hit .208 and averaged 1.3 kills and 1.75 points per set. Patterson is an experienced middle hitter from South River High School. She has extensive club experience and brings a solid 6’1” frame to the Spartan program. “I am optimistic about the ability and depth we have in the middle,” states DuMars. “We should be strong and deep in the middle this year.” DuMars will also have a wealth of depth on the outside as York features a number of experienced hitters. Bucher moves to the outside after spending most of last season setting for the Green and White. She played in all 34 matches last year as she hit .145 with 1.68 kills, 3.06 assists, and 1.77digs per set. Bucher finished last year averaging 2.20 points per set. She will be one of the Spartans’ captains this year as her determination and work ethic help make her a core member of


the program. “Heather has the potential to be one of the most explosive players in the CAC,” states DuMars. “She is very athletic and strong while her understanding of the game is also good. She has the potential to be one of the top players in our league as a sophomore.” Joining Bucher on the outside are Davis, Toth, Coombs, Rineman, and Meaghan Jackson. Davis returns to the Spartan lineup after suffering a season ending injury early in 2008. Davis played in 16 matches as she had a .147 attack percentage while she averaged 1.47 kills and 1.76 digs per set. Davis finished the year averaging 2.30 points per set. Toth missed all of last year due to injury and she will move to the outside after spending her freshman year as a middle hitter. Toth played in all 36 matches in 2007 as she hit .162 with 1.39 kills per set. Toth also contributed 0.58 blocks per set. Coombs had a very solid freshman year in which she hit .146 in 28 matches. She averaged 1.47 kills per set during her freshman campaign. “Our returning outside hitters are strong and focused,” says DuMars. “I am happy how they played in the spring, and I have some high expectations for their play in the fall. I think we are in good shape in terms of talent and depth.” Rineman enters the Spartan program as a freshman that will have the ability to contribute immediately. Rineman comes to York from Delone Catholic and brings extensive club experience to the program. She is a very dynamic and exciting player that is a great all-around player. Jackson enters the Spartan program as a player that was a middle hitter at Goshen Central High School but she will move to the outside

for the Spartans. She is a player that is very focused and driven and will compete for time in the Spartan rotation. The Spartans should also be very strong defensively as Clemens returns to the lineup and will be pushed by Rentzel for the starting libero position. Joining Clemens and Rentzel are Arentz and Sarah Jackson. Clemens finished last year ranked second in the CAC in digs per set at 5.39. She is a vocal leader on the floor that is also highly competitive. Rentzel moves to libero after spending most of last year as one of the Spartan setters. Rentzel played in all 34 matches last year as she averaged 5.31 assists and 2.14 digs per set. The two will compete for the starting job but both should get significant time during the course of the season. Jackson, a Spartan captain in 2009, is a very intelligent player that should see most of her time as a back row player. She is a good athlete that has a great understanding of the game. Arentz saw action in 16 matches last year as she will compete for time in the back row. “We are in very capable hands defensively,” comments the 14-year Spartan mentor. “We have experience and talent which should provide for outstanding defense and passing. Amanda was very strong last year, and Cortni is a very athletic player that covers a good deal of ground.” DuMars will turn the setting duties over to Rouillard. Rouillard provides the Spartans with a dedicated worker with experience. She has worked very hard in the offseason to put herself in position to compete for the starting job. Rouillard played in 18 matches last season, averaging 4.18 assists per set. “I like our depth at setter,” states DuMars. “Amanda brings experience and a desire to shoulder the load while we also have Cortni and Heather that could move back to setter if we needed to make a move like that. Amanda has worked very hard heading into her senior year and is primed to have a great final season.” DuMars is excited about the potential of her 2009 squad. “I am not sure what our record will be at the end of the season but I fully expect to be in contention for a CAC title. We are still a young team, but I feel very comfortable with our talent and our leadership. We have the potential to have an outstanding season, but we need to work very hard every day from the start of preseason practice through our final game of the year. I expect us to improve as a team each and every day. If we can do that, we will achieve the goals we have set for the season.” The 2009 York College volleyball season preview is for informational purposes only. Any player that is named in this preview is a potential student-athlete for the Spartans and not guaranteed a spot on the final roster. The final team roster will be selected at the conclusion of fall training camp.

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2009 Spartan Profiles #1 Heather Bucher

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Sophomore Setter / Outside Hitter

Carlisle, Pa. Carlisle

Heather Bucher enters her sophomore year coming off a freshman campaign that saw her establish herself a constant in the York lineup. Bucher saw most of her action last season as the Spartans’ primary setter but will move to an outside hitter position in 2009. Bucher played in all 34 matches, averaging 1.69 kills, 3.04 assists, 1.81 digs and 2.19 points per set. Bucher will be a Spartan captain this season as she brings an impressive court presence to the green and white lineup.

#3 Sarah Jackson Junior Libero / Outside Hitter

Reading, Pa. Holy Name

Sarah Jackson begins her third year in the Spartan green and white as one of the team captains. She brings a high volleyball IQ to the squad and provides solid leadership on and off the floor. Jackson saw action on 16 matches last season, accumulating eight kills, a .147 attack percentage, 43 digs, and nine total points. Jackson will have the opportunity to earn time as a back row defensive specialist in 2009.

#4 Jana Arentz Junior Libero

Hanover, Pa. Hanover

Jana Arentz returns to the Spartans for her second year in the green and white. She had a good first year for the Spartans as she saw action in 16 matches. Arentz recorded 10 service aces in 43 sets played while she also had 70 digs for an average of 1.63 digs per set. She did a fantastic job of coming off the bench in big games last season and will likely see most of her time in 2009 off the bench as a back row defensive specialist.


2009 Spartan Profiles Senior Libero / Outside Hitter

Lebanon, Pa. Cedar Crest

Amanda Clemens begins her senior year coming off a very good junior year that saw her rank second in the Capital Athletic Conference in digs per game as the Spartans’ libero. She will again be a prime defensive player for the Spartans in 2009. Clemens finished last year averaging 5.39 digs per game as she saw action in 32 matches. Clemens is a vocal leader on the court and brings a determination and competitive nature to the green and white.

#6 Alysse Beshore Junior Outside Hitter

York, Pa. Northeastern

Alysse Beshore returns for her junior season after a very solid first year in the Spartan green and white in 2008. Beshore played in 33 matches last year as she hit .208 and averaged 1.3 kills per set during the year. She recorded 92 total blocks and averaged 0.75 blocks per set. Beshore is very quick on her feet with the ability to get up and set a block. She has worked hard in the off-season as she prepares to play both in the middle and possibly on the outside this season.

#7 Alishia Waltermyer Junior Middle Hitter

Brogue, Pa. Red Lion

Alishia Waltermyer enters her junior year as one of the top players in the Capital Athletic Conference and the region. Waltermyer, an All-CAC selection last year, finished last season hitting .320 with 2.33 kills per set. She notched 0.85 blocks per set while she led the Spartans with 2.96 points per set. Waltermyer is the Spartans’ top offensive threat as she continues to work on all aspects of her game. She is a very athletic player that is truly an all-around threat for the green and white.

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#5 Amanda Clemens

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2009 Spartan Profiles #8 Cortni Rentzel

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Sophomore Setter / Libero

Mt. Wolf, Pa. Northeastern

Cortni Rentzel begins her sophomore year switching positions as she moves from being a setter to playing libero. Rentzel had a good freshman year as she saw action in all 34 matches, starting 27 of those contests. Rentzel averaged 5.31 assists per set while she also averaged 2.14 digs per set. She is a very aggressive player that has great lateral quickness. Rentzel is a vocal leader that will compete for the starting libero job in 2009.

#9 Heather Toth Sophomore Middle Hitter / Outside Hitter

Longmont, Col. Niwot

Heather Toth returns to the Spartan lineup for her sophomore year after missing 2008 due to knee injury. Toth is a very competitive player that played in all 36 matches as a freshman in 2007. She hit .162 with 1.39 kills per set. Toth also averaged 0.58 blocks and 1.76 points per set. She is a very competitive player and has the potential to be a dominate front row player for the green and White. Toth will likely see most of her time as a right side hitter in 2009.

#12 Julie Coombs Sophomore Outside Hitter

Leonardtown, Md. Leonardtown

Julie Coombs enters her sophomore campaign coming off a freshman year that saw her steadily improve as the year progressed. Coombs saw action in 28 matches as she hit .146 with 1.47 kills per set. She recorded 151 digs and 20 blocks as she averaged 1.94 points per set. Coombs is a smooth athlete that moves well. She needs to become more consistent in her swing on the ball to take the next step as a player. She will compete for time as an outside hitter in 2009.


2009 Spartan Profiles Senior Outside Hitter

Cherry Hill, N.J. Cherry Hill East

Jaclyn Davis returns to the Spartans after a junior year that was cut short by an early season injury. Davis saw action in 16 matches as she hit .147 and averaged 2.02 kills per set. She is a very steady player that is also a good passer with the abilty to play all around. Davis is a vocal leader that will serve as a Spartan captain in 2009. Her leadership keeps everyone focused and enables her teammates to play at a higher level.

#20 Amanda Rouillard Senior Setter

Woodbine, Md. Glenelg

Amanda Rouillard enters her second year in the green and white looking to engineer the Spartan offense in 2009. Rouillard saw action last year as a back row setter for the Spartans as she played in 18 matches for York. Rouillard handed out 4.18 assists per set while she also had 70 digs. She worked very hard in the off season on her quickness. Rouillard has great hands and makes smart decisions in running the offense.

York College Volleyball Year-by-Year Records Season 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Coach Bob Dagel Michel Burrage Patti Green Patti Green Dan Hamberger Tae Ho Nam Laura Meerbach Laura Meerbach Joanne Godfrey Joanne Godfrey Joanne Godfrey Joanne Godfrey Mick Gilbert Mick Gilbert Mick Gilbert Mick Gilbert Don Stabler Don Stabler

Total Overall Matches Winning % 15-1 16 .938 23-3 26 .885 21-3 24 .875 27-4 31 .871 10-13 23 .435 8-11 19 .421 9-14 23 .391 19-16 35 .543 14-12 26 .538 17-20 37 .459 18-11 29 .621 16-13 29 .552 14-15 29 .483 12-20 32 .375 12-23 35 .343 30-10 40 .750 21-13 34 .618 23-17 40 .575

CAC ---------------5-1 6-0 6-0

Season 1994 1995 1996 1997

Coach Don Stabler Don Stabler Sue DuMars Sue DuMars

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Sue DuMars Sue DuMars Sue DuMars Sue DuMars Sue DuMars Sue DuMars Sue DuMars Sue DuMars Sue DuMars Sue DuMars Sue DuMars Totals

Total Overall Matches Winning % CAC 20-23 43 .465 5-2 26-18 44 .591 4-3 16-18 34 .471 3-5 28-9 37 .757 6-1 CAC Champions / NCAA Tourn. 22-16 38 .579 6-1 17-18 35 .486 2-5 8-28 36 .222 0-7 10-21 31 .323 2-5 22-11 33 .667 5-2 26-11 37 .702 6-1 16-15 31 .516 4-3 13-20 33 .393 3-4 22-11 33 .667 3-4 30-6 36 .833 6-2 19-15 34 .559 4-4 604-459 1063 .568 76-50

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Spartan Coaching Staff Head Coach

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Sue DuMars 14th Season (249-199)

Sue DuMars enters her 14th season looking to continue to build on the outstanding success of the last two seasons. The Spartans have fashioned a mark of 71-32 over the last three seasons including 2007’s stellar 30-6 record. DuMars, a three-time CAC Coach-of-the-Year, earned the 2003 Capital Athletic Conference Coach-of-the-Year as she led the Spartans to a 26-11 record and an appearance in the CAC championship game. The Spartans finished tied for first in the CAC. In 2006, the Spartans, who did not have a senior on the squad, finished tied for fourth in the CAC. DuMars picked up her 200th career win on October 28 when the Spartans downed Moravian College 3-2. DuMars guided the Spartans to 19 wins in 2008 with just one senior on her squad. DuMars ranks first on the all-time Spartan coaching wins list with 249 victories in her 13 seasons at the helm of the program. She surpassed Don Stabler’s school record of 90 wins on September 22, 2001, when the Spartans defeated St. Mary’s College. DuMars owns an overall record of 249-199. DuMars has recruited and coached 18 All-Capital Athletic Conference players including two-time CAC Player-of-the-Year Kerry Casperson. Casperson is just one of two CAC, two-time Player-of-the-Year in any sport in York College history. The Spartans have six 20-plus win seasons under the guidence of DuMars. DuMars is the senior women’s administrator for the Spartans while she is also responsible for athletic facility scheduling. DuMars resides in York with her husband, Steve, and their four children, Nick, Luke, Jake, and Georgia.

Assistant Coach

Kevin Wolf

First Season Kevin Wolf begins his second stint on head coach Sue DuMars’ coaching staff. Wolf, who previously assisted DuMars during the 1997, 1998, and 1999 seasons, rejoined the staff in the spring of 2009 as he assumed the position held by wife, Jill Wolf, last season. Wolf brings a wealth of experience to the Spartan program. He is a graduate of Penn State where he was a member of the men’s club program while he also boasts experience in the USA Volleyball program. He started his coaching career at York County AVTS as the girls’ varsity head coach in 1996. He added South Pa’s Junior USA Club team duties later in 1996 followed by his stint at York College. After assisting DuMars, he moved on to become the Mizuno Yorktowne Junior USA Club team director. He coached the 17 and under team that won 70% of their matches in addition to earning three regional championships. Wolf assisted at Franklin & Marshall College before becoming the West York High School girls varsity head coach from February of 2003 until April of 2007. Wolf is a member of the AVCA, USA Volleyball, the Professional Association of Volleyball Officials, and the PSEA (Pennsylvania State Education Association). Wolf is a physics teacher at West York High School, a position he has held since the fall of 1999. Wolf resides in Stewartstown with Jill and their two sons.


Date Aug. 30 Sept. 2 Sept. 5 Sept. 6 Sept. 9 Sept. 12 Sept. 13 Sept. 16 Sept. 19 Sept. 20 Sept. 23 Sept. 25 Oct. 1

Opponent McDaniel Elizabethtown at Catholic DeSales # Susquehanna # at Muhlenberg # Stevens # at St. Mary's (Md.) * Philly Biblical ~ at Lebanon Valley ~ Penn St.-Altoona ~ Ursinus ~ Mary Washington * DeSales $ Montclair St. $ Albright $ Eastern $ Stevenson * at Gallaudet * Wesley *

Result Win, 3-2 Win, 3-1 Win, 3-1 Loss, 3-2 Win, 3-0 Loss, 3-2 Loss, 3-1 Loss, 3-0 Loss, 3-2 Loss, 3-1 Win, 3-0 Win, 3-0 Loss, 3-0 Win, 3-1 Win, 3-1 Win, 3-0 Loss, 3-2 Win, 3-1 Loss, 3-2 Win, 3-0

Date Oct. 4 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 17

Opponent Frank. & Marsh. Marymount (Va.) * at Salisbury * Rowan ^ Richard Stockton ^ at Susquehanna ^ Misericordia ^ at Hood * at Eastern Widener @ St. Davids, Pa. Goucher at Messiah Montclair St. @ Grantham, Pa. at Stevenson CAC Quarterfinals

Oct. 18 Oct. 22 Oct. 25 Oct. 29 Nov. 1 Nov. 4

Result Win, 3-0 Win, 3-0 Loss, 3-0 Win, 3-1 Loss, 3-0 Win, 3-0 Win, 3-0 Win, 3-0 Loss, 3-0 Loss, 3-0 Win, 3-0 Loss, 3-1 Win, 3-1 Loss, 3-1

# Buttermaker Tournament Allentown, Pa. ~ Lebanon Valley Invitational $ Spartan Best Western Westgate Invitational ^ Third Annual Hampton Inn Crusader Classic

Spartan Volleyball School Records

Record Attack

Career Records Number Player

Record Attack

Total Kills Total Attempts Attack % Kills Per Game

633 1,715 .315 5.32

Becky Toms Jill Crouse-Wolf Holly Cross Becky Toms

1994 1999 1992 1994

Total Assists Assists Per Game

1,505 11.67

Jeri-Lynn Mondin Caitlin McIntosh

1998 2003

Total Attempts Total Aces Serve % Aces Per Game

654 79 .959 0.62

Leah Peters Megan Brillhart Leah Peters Becky Toms/Leslie Chrismer

1995 2003 1995 1993

Total Digs Digs Per Game

980 6.95

Jill Crouse-Wolf Jill Crouse-Wolf

1999 1999

Total Solos Total Assists Total Blocks Blocks Per Game

59 103 162 1.18

Sue Becker Sue Becker Sue Becker Sue Becker

1997 1997 1997 1997

Total Receptions Reception %

1,098 .956

Becky Toms Jill Crouse-Wolf

1994 1998

Total Kills Total Attempts Attack % Kills Per Game

2,003 5,527 .276 4.01

Jill Crouse-Wolf Jill Crouse-Wolf Brandy Overlander Becky Toms

1996-99 1996-99 2003-05 1991-94

Total Assists Assists Per Game

4,698 10.39

Caitlin McIntosh Caitlin McIntosh

2001-04 2001-04

Total Attempts Total Aces Serve % Aces Per Game

1,863 221 .949 0.49

Leah Peters Becky Toms Leah Peters Becky Toms

1992-95 1991-94 1992-95 1991-94

Total Digs Digs Per Game

3,021 5.64

Jill Crouse-Wolf Jill Crouse-Wolf

1996-99 1996-99

144 276 415 1.01

Sue Becker Melissa Mahoney Melissa Mahoney Sue Becker

Assists

Service

Digs

Blocks

Total Solos Total Assists Total Blocks Blocks Per Game

1995-97 1999-2002 1999-2002 1995-97

Serve Reception

Total Receptions Reception %

2,892 .942

Jill Crouse-Wolf Jill Crouse-Wolf

1996-99 1996-99

Jill Crouse-Wolf

1996-99

Total Sets Played

Games Played

536

Single-Season Records Number Player

Years

Assists

Service

Digs

Blocks

Serve Reception

Year

Spartan Volleyball Coaches and Their Records Years 1976 1977 1978-79 1980 1981

Coach # of Yrs Record Winning % Bob Dagel 1 15-1 .938 Michel Burrage 1 23-3 .885 Patti Green 2 48-7 .873 Dan Hamberger 1 10-13 .435 Tae Ho Nam 1 8-11 .421

Years 1982-83 1984-87 1988-91 1992-95 1996-Current

Coach # of Yrs Record Winning % Laura Meerbach 2 28-30 .483 Joanne Gilbert 4 65-56 .537 Mick Gilbert 4 68-68 .500 Don Stabler 4 90-71 .559 Sue DuMars 13 249-199 .556

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2008 Spartan Volleyball Statistics

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Name GP-MP-MS Casi Brough 124-34-31 Alishia Waltermyer 110-30-29 Heather Bucher 124-34-29 Sierra Dell 125-34-18 Alysse Beshore 122-33-32 Jaclyn Davis 54-16-14 Julie Coombs 72-28-15 Theresa Heintz 23-14-0 Amanda Clemens 118-32-0 Sarah Jackson 26-16-1 Jess Diaczun 6-2-0 Jess Smith 46-20-1 Cortni Rentzel 118-34-27 Amanda Rouillard 45-18-1 Jana Arentz 43-16-0 YORK (Pa.) 125

K K/Game 269 2.17 256 2.33 208 1.68 187 1.50 159 1.30 109 2.02 106 1.47 20 0.87 9 0.08 8 0.31 4 0.67 3 0.07 3 0.03 0 0.00 0 0.00 1341 10.73

ATTACK E 134 69 115 80 70 57 55 9 30 3 3 5 4 0 1 635

TA 825 585 640 634 428 353 350 67 107 34 13 25 16 3 4 4084

Pct .164 .320 .145 .169 .208 .147 .146 .164 -.196 .147 .077 -.080 -.062 .000 -.250 .173

Set Service A A/Game SA SA/Gm SE 6 0.05 4 0.03 3 2 0.02 15 0.14 30 380 3.06 33 0.27 43 41 0.33 4 0.03 7 8 0.07 0 0.00 0 3 0.06 11 0.20 22 2 0.03 23 0.32 21 0 0.00 2 0.09 1 8 0.07 30 0.25 23 0 0.00 1 0.04 4 1 0.17 0 0.00 0 3 0.07 14 0.30 10 627 5.31 17 0.14 19 188 4.18 3 0.07 8 1 0.02 10 0.23 8 1270 10.16 167 1.34 199

RE 34 0 28 3 2 10 22 3 63 8 1 14 3 6 0 2 199

DIG 258 40 220 44 18 95 151 8 636 43 1 77 252 70 64

DIG Dig/G 2.08 0.36 1.77 0.35 0.15 1.76 2.10 0.35 5.39 1.65 0.17 1.67 2.14 1.63 1.42

1977

15.82

47

329

211.5

MATCH WINS BY #GAMES York (Pa.) Opponents

1 0 0

2 0 0

3 11 6

4 7 4

5 1 5

Total 19 15

GAMES WON BY GAME York (Pa.) Opponents

1 20 14

2 21 13

3 21 13

4 8 9

5 1 5

Total 71 54

POINTS BY GAME York (Pa.) Opponents

1 740 698

2 776 723

3 782 671

4 357 378

5 73 89

Total 2728 2559

Name Casi Brough Alishia Waltermyer Heather Bucher Sierra Dell Alysse Beshore Jaclyn Davis Julie Coombs Theresa Heintz Amanda Clemens Sarah Jackson Jess Diaczun Jess Smith Cortni Rentzel Jana Arentz Amanda Rouillard TEAM YORK (Pa.)

G 124 110 124 125 122 54 72 23 118 26 6 46 118 43 45 125

BLOCKING BS BA Total B/Game BE 1 21 22 0.18 2 15 79 94 0.85 6 5 53 58 0.47 2 8 69 77 0.62 2 16 76 92 0.75 4 0 8 8 0.15 7 1 19 20 0.28 4 0 3 3 0.13 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 1 1 2 0.02 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 1.69

27

BHE POINTS 0 284.5 0 325.5 26 272.5 3 233.5 1 213.0 4 124.0 1 139.5 1 23.5 6 39.0 0 9.0 1 4.0 0 17.0 35 21.5 0 10.0 6 3.0 84

1719.5

Pts/Gm 2.29 2.96 2.20 1.87 1.75 2.30 1.94 1.02 0.33 0.35 0.67 0.37 0.18 0.23 0.07 13.76


School Salisbury $ St. Mary’s (Md.) Stevenson Mary Washington York (Pa.) Gallaudet Marymount (Va.) Wesley Hood

CAC Game W l PCT. 8 0 1.000 7 1 .875 5 3 .625 5 3 .625 4 4 .500 4 4 .500 2 6 .250 1 7 .125 0 8 .000

$ CAC Champion and NCAA Tournament Participant

GB 1.0 3.0 3.0 4.0 4.0 6.0 7.0 8.0

W 36 27 32 19 19 18 8 11 2

overall l 2 7 8 11 15 18 19 17 19

PCT .947 .794 .800 .633 .559 .500 .296 .393 .095

Streak L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L4 L5

2008 All-CAC Volleyball Squad YORK, Pa. - Salisbury’s senior outside hitter Stacey Krebs was named the Player-of-the-Year for the second-straight year and was among five members of the CAC Champion Sea Gulls to earn a berth on the 2008 All-CAC Volleyball Team. Krebs became the fourth multiple-year CAC Volleyball Player of the Year, joining Gallaudet’s three-time winner Ronda Jo Miller (1996, 1997, and 1999), York’s Kerry Casperson (2002 and 2003) and Gallaudet’s Tamijo Foronda (2004 and 2006) in that elite group. Krebs, a three-time first-team All-CAC selection, led Salisbury to a 35-1 overall record this season, including a school-record 35-straight wins, and its second-straight CAC championship. The title guaranteed the Gulls their fifth trip to the NCAA Tournament in team history. Salisbury players joining Krebs on the All-CAC first team included senior Jaime Marzocchi along with juniors Rachel Downes and Gabby Long. Long was a first-team All-CAC player in 2007. Sophomore Alexandria Malesick was the fifth Sea Gull to earn allconference this season, earning a berth on the second-team squad. The final Salisbury honoree was Margie Knight, who was named Coachof-the-Year for the third time. She was also the CAC Coach-of-the-Year in 1998 and 2004. Mary Washington and St. Mary’s each placed one player on the All-CAC first team and had a total of three players honored in the vote of the conference coaches. UMW junior Anne Lutkenhaus moved up to first-team all-star this season after gaining second-team recognition in 2007 while senior Kelley Hueber earned second-team all-star honors for the fourth-straight year. Freshman Katie Shiflett became the first Eagle to win the CAC Rookie-of-the-Year award. St. Mary’s, which placed second in the regular season and advanced to the CAC championship match, was led by three-time CAC all-star Kate Ewing, who earned first-team recognition this year after gaining second-team awards the last two years. Ewing was also the 2006 CAC Rookie-of-the-Year. Joining Ewing on the 2008 All-CAC team were senior Rebecca Tursell and sophomore Claire Kodan. Tursell is making her third-straight second-team All-CAC appearance after being named the Rookie-of-the-Year in 2005. Kodan is also a two-time All-CAC honoree. York sophomore Alisha Waltermyer, Gallaudet senior Ludmila Mounty-Weinstock, and Stevenson junior Brittany Umetin were also named to the second-team All-CAC squad. Mounty-Weinstock was a second-team choice in 2007 while Umetin and Waltermyer are making their first appearance on the All-CAC team.

FIRST TeAM All-CAC Rachel Downes - Junior - Salisbury Kate Ewing - Junior - St. Mary’s (Md.) Stacey Krebs - Senior - Salisbury Gabby Long - Junior - Salisbury Anne Lutkenhaus - Junior - Mary Washington Jaime Marzochhi - Senior - Salisbury

Player-of-the-Year: Stacey Krebs - Salisbury Rookie-of-the-Year: Katie Shiflett - Mary Washington Coach-of-the-Year: Margie Knight - Salisbury

SeCoND TeAM All-CAC Kelley Hueber - Senior - Mary Washington Claire Kodan - Sophomore - St. Mary’s (Md.) Alexandria Malesick - Sophomore - Salisbury Lumila Mounty Weinstock - Senior - Gallaudet Rebecca Tursell - Senior - St. Mary’s (Md.) Brittany Umetin - Junior - Stevenson Alisha Waltermyer - Sophomore - York (Pa.)

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2008 Capital Athletic Conference Statistics 2008 CAC Team Statistics

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Hitting PCT. Salisbury Mary Washington Gallaudet St. Mary’s (Md.) Stevenson York (Pa.) Wesley Marymount (Va.) Hood

G 118 100 138 122 127 125 94 92 67

K 1493 1067 1498 1415 1424 1341 734 760 383

ER 415 372 393 530 641 635 492 482 319

Tot. 4015 2763 4637 3773 4200 4048 2141 2680 1642

2008 CAC Individual Statistics PCT .268 .252 .238 .235 .186 .173 .133 .104 .039

Hitting Percentage

Player (Team) Katie Ewing - SMC Alexandria Malesick - SAL Alishia Waltermyer - YCP Becca Tursell - SMC Kelley Hueber - UMW Nicole Massarelli - SAL Katelyn Reese - GAL Stacey Krebs - SAL

Assists Salisbury St. Mary’s (Md.) Mary Washington York (Pa.) Stevenson Gallaudet Marymount (Va.) Wesley Hood

G 118 122 100 125 127 138 92 94 67

Ast. 1292 1291 1026 1270 1273 1363 698 701 352

A/GM 10.95 10.58 10.26 10.16 10.02 9.88 7.59 7.46 5.25

Kills Player (Team)

Kills Salisbury St. Mary’s (Md.) Stevenson Gallaudet York (Pa.) Mary Washington Marymount (Va.) Wesley Hood

G 118 122 127 138 125 100 92 94 67

K 1493 1415 1424 1498 1341 1067 760 734 383

K/GM 12.65 11.60 11.21 10.86 10.73 10.67 8.26 7.81 5.72

Assists Player (Team)

Ast. 215 283 265 256 165 329 268 154 46

Total 219.5 252.5 233.5 253.0 169.5 211.5 211.0 110.0 44.0

Blocks Wesley St. Mary’s (Md.) Salisbury Gallaudet Mary Washington York (Pa.) Stevenson Marymount (Va.) Hood

G 94 122 118 138 100 125 127 92 67

S 112 111 101 125 87 47 77 33 21

SERvICE ACES Team Wesley Stevenson St. Mary’s (Md.) Salisbury Gallaudet Mary Washington Marymount (Va.) Hood York (Pa.)

G 94 127 122 118 138 100 92 67 125

Aces 275 323 298 282 319 217 155 110 167

A/GM 2.93 2.54 2.44 2.39 2.31 2.17 1.68 1.64 1.34

Digs Salisbury Stevenson York (Pa.) Marymount (Va.) St. Mary’s (Md.) Gallaudet Mary Washington Hood Wesley

G 118 127 125 92 122 138 100 67 94

Digs 2044 2033 1977 1314 1639 1732 1180 768 573

D/GM 17.32 16.01 15.82 14.28 13.43 12.55 11.80 11.46 6.10

G 117 105 110 120 78 109 133 111 G

Stacey Krebs - SAL Christina LaVigna - MMU Anne Lutkenhaus - UMW Kelley Hueber - UMW Alex Mercer - STE Rachel Downes - SAL Justine Jeter - GAL Alana Eller - STE

111 89 89 78 109 113 137 96

Service Aces Player (Team)

Crystal Twilley - WES Sophie Reed - WES Danielle Helwig - STE Lilia Brekke - WES Becca Tursell - SMC Kately Reese - GAL Nicole Massarelli - SAL Gabby Long - SAL Paige Norvell - STE

Gabby Long - SAL Amanda Clemens - YCP Lena Bushrod - Hood Alana Eller - STE Arielle Childs - MMU Chelsea Gates - MMU Julie Olson - STE Rachel Downes - SAL Sarah Gregorini - SMC

Points Player (Team)

Stacey Krebs - SAL Christina LaVigna - MMU Anne Lutkenhaus - UMW Nicole Massarelli - SAL Alex Mercer - STE Lilia Brekke - WES Kelley Hueber - UMW Rachel Downes - SAL

G

Kills

K/GM

3.48 3.26 3.03 2.74 2.71 2.66 2.61 2.56

1063 854 928 1177 651 460 627

Asts.

A/GM

G

Aces

A/GM

G

Digs

D/GM

PTS

PTS/G

39 65 69 55 68 72 56 52 43

110 118 34 96 85 88 118 113 111

111 89 89 109 109 94 78 113

Tot. 668 481 585 511 562 688 612 1038

107 93 106 138 119 86 118

55 94 117 94 102 133 109 110 91

Digs Player (Team)

ER 51 55 69 65 44 73 57 80

386 290 270 214 295 301 358 246

G

Jaime Marzocchi - SAL Katie Shifflett - UMW Brittany Umetin - STE Paige Johnson - GAL Jenn Feldmann - SMC Jo Laucks - MMU Cortni Rentzel - YCP

B/GM 2.34 2.07 1.98 1.83 1.70 1.69 1.66 1.20 0.66

K 289 217 256 224 214 279 240 386

606 636 140 370 271 280 346 317 310

K

386 290 270 279 295 237 214 301

453.5 341.5 332.0 395.0 366.0 309.5 251.5 351.5

9.93 9.18 8.75 8.53 5.47 5.35 5.31

0.71 0.69 0.59 0.59 0.57 0.54 0.51 0.47 0.47

5.51 5.39 4.12 3.85 3.19 3.18 2.93 2.81 2.79

4.09 3.84 3.73 3.62 3.36 3.29 3.22 3.11

PCT .356 .337 .320 .311 .302 .299 .299 .295


2009 York College Volleyball Preseason Roster No 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 15 20

Name Heather Bucher Sarah Jackson Jana Arentz Amanda Clemens Alysse Beshore Alishia Waltermyer Cortni Rentzel Heather Toth Julie Coombs Jaclyn Davis Amanda Rouillard

POS S OH/LIB LIB OH OH OH/MB DS/S MH/OH OH/DS OH S

HT 5-8 5-9 5-2 5-8 5-8 5-11 5-4 6-0 5-8 5-6 5-3

CL So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. Sr. Sr.

Hometown / High School Carlisle, Pa./Carlisle Reading, Pa./Holy Name Hanover, Pa./Hanover Lebanon, Pa./Cedar Crest York, Pa./Northeastern Brogue, Pa./Red Lion Mt. Wolf, Pa./Northeastern Longmont, Col./Niwot Leonardtown, Md./Leonardtown Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill East Woodbine, Md./Glenelg

The preseason roster only lists returning players. The complete and final 2009 roster will be finalized at the conclusion of the fall training camp. The final roster will be available on the Web at www.ycpspartans.com

York College All-Time All- CAC Selections 1991: First-Team: Holly Cross, Becky Toms Second-Team: Liz Solovey 1992: First-Team: Liz Solovey, Holly Cross Second-Team: Becky Toms 1993: First-Team: Becky Toms Second-Team: Holly Cross, Leah Peters 1994: First-Team: Becky Toms (Player-of-the-Year), Leah Peters 1995: Second-Team: Leah Peters 1996: Second-Team: Jess Elicker 1997: First-Team: Jill Crouse, Jess Elicker Second-Team: Alexa Harrington 1998: First-Team: Jill Crouse, Alexa Harrington

1999: First-Team: Jill Crouse-Wolf Second-Team: Angie Wagman 2001: Second-Team: Kerry Casperson 2002: First-Team: Kerry Casperson (Player-of-the-Year) Second-Team: Caitlin McIntosh 2003: First-Team: Kerry Casperson (Player-of-the-Year), Caitlin McIntosh Second-Team: Brandy Overlander 2004: First-Team: Brandy Overlander 2005: Second-Team: Brandy Overlander 2007: First-Team: Lindsay Schorner (Rookie-of-the-Year), Katie Hertz 2008: Second-Team: Alishia Waltermyer


2009 Spartan Volleyball Schedule Date Sept. 1 Sept. 5 Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept.

9 11 12 16 19 22 25

Sept. 26

Sept. 29 Oct. 7 Oct. 9 Oct. 10 Oct. 13 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 24 Oct. 28 Oct. 31 Nov. 3 Nov. 5 Nov. 7 * Capital

Opponent Time Messiah 7:00 pm @ Elizabethtown 12:00 pm vs. McDaniel @ Elizabethtown, Pa. 2:00 pm Gettysburg 7:00 pm @ Muhlenberg Buttermaker Tourn. TBA @ Muhlenberg Buttermaker Tourn. TBA Salisbury * 7:00 pm @ Stevenson * 11:00 pm St. Mary's (Md.) * 7:00 pm Spartan Best Western Westgate Invitational vs. Moravian 5:00 pm vs. Rowan 9:00 pm Spartan Best Western Westgate Invitational vs. Messiah 12:00 pm vs. Lebanon Valley 2:00 pm @ Mary Washington * 7:00 pm Gallaudet * 7:00 pm @ Susquehanna Invitational 3:00 pm @ Susquehanna Invitational TBA @ Wesley * 7:00 pm Catholic 7:00 pm @ Marymount (Va.) * 7:00 pm @ Juniata Tournament TBA @ Juniata Tournament TBA Hood * 7:00 pm @ Moravian 11:00 am vs. Lebanon Valley @ Moravian 3:00 pm CAC Tournament First Round 7:00 pm CAC Tournament Semifinals 7:00 pm CAC Tournament Championship TBA Athletic Conference Contest

Sophomore Captain HeATHeR BUCHeR

Senior Captain JAClYN DAVIS

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