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                       Christina Grempler
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                       6-3 Senior Middle Blocker • Severna Park H.S. • Severna Park, Md. • Biology Major


                       Fourth-year performer for the Tigers ... tallest player on the team ...                      kills ... posted a career-high 19 kills
                       has made tremendous improvement throughout career ... red-shirted                            with five blocks in win over West Virginia ... also had a .531 hitting
                       her freshman year in 2002 ... has a solid work ethic ... enters the final                    percentage against the Mountaineers ... had 10 or more kills in a
                       season fifth all-time on Towson’s career block list (325).                                   match 10 times ... had five kills and three blocks in season-opening
                                                                                                                    win over Stony Brook ... had 12 kills and two blocks in loss at Dayton
                       2005 Season: All-CAA Second Team ... CoSIDA Academic All-Dis-
                                                                                                                    ... helped Tigers win the Towson Invitational ... named to the Towson
                       trict II First Team ... Appeared in 34 matches, checking into 125 games
                                                                                                                    Invitational All-Tournament team after helping the Tigers beat St.
                       ... led CAA in hitting (.356) and total blocks (160) ... was second in
                                                                                                                    John’s with 12 kills and three blocks ... also posted 15 kills and two
                                                                            the CAA in blocks per game (1.28)
                                                                                                                    blocks in win over VCU in Towson Invitational ... tallied 13 kills, five
                          Career Game Highs                                 ... was second on team with 316 kills
                          Kills . . . . . . . . . 19, at West Va. (9/6/03) (2.53/g) ... had eight kills and seven
                                                                                                                    digs and three blocks in CAA victory over Hofstra ... added 12 kills
                          Digs . . . . . . . . . . 5, v. Hofstra (10/17/03) blocks in CAA finals against VCU ...    in three-game sweep at VCU ... recorded a career-high five service
                          Assists . . . . . . . 2, at Mason (10/8/05)                                               aces in CAA win over William & Mary ... led Tigers to win at UNCW
                          Aces . . . . . . . . . . 5, at W&M (10/24/03) had 11 kills in CAA quarterfinals           with 11 kills and seven blocks ... had 10 kills in loss at Villanova that
                          Blocks. . . . . . . ,10, at Mason (10/8/05) against JMU ... had 12 kills on .579
                          Hit % . . . . . . . .700, v. UNCW (10/8/04) hitting with six blocks against George        ended the Tigers’ 19-game win streak ... had eight kills and five blocks
                                                                                                                    in three-game sweep at Hofstra ... had 12 kills and four blocks in loss
                                                                            Mason ... recorded 15 kills against
                                                                                                                    to Hofstra in CAA semifinals.
                                                                            JMU ... posted 12 kills at Northeast-
                       ern ... had 13 kills and four blocks at Hofstra ... recorded 11 kills and                    2002 Season: Sat out as a red-shirt.
                       six blocks at Delaware ... had 15 kills on .483 hitting and four blocks
                                                                                                                    Background: Named first team All-Anne Arundel County as a senior
                       against VCU ... notched 17 kills on .448 hitting and nine blocks against
                                                                                                                    ... helped Severna Park post a 20-1 record ... led Falcons to number
                       William & Mary ... recorded 15 kills and seven blocks at UNCW ...
                                                                                                                    one ranking in Baltimore area and the Anne Arundel County cham-
                       posted eight kills and a career-high 10 blocks at George Mason ...
                                                                                                                    pionship ... key performer for the Falcons’ state finalist team ... led team
                       had nine kills on .643 hitting and seven blocks at JMU ... notched
                                                                                                                    with 75 blocks as a senior ... second on the team with 143 kills ...
                       nine blocks against Northeastern ... posted 11 kills against Delaware
                                                                                                                    named honorable mention All-County as a junior ... three-year starter
                       ... had 10 kills in win at William & Mary ... recorded 11 kills on .556
                                                                                                                    for Coach Julie Allen ... also competed for track & field team ... four-
                       hitting at VCU ... ranked 17th in the nation in hitting percentage
                                                                                                                    year member of honor roll ... won the President’s Award for Acade-
                       (.438) on Sept. 13 ... recorded 14 kills on .571 hitting against UNCW
                                                                                                                    mic Excellence ... named to Falcon Pride All-Academic team as a
                       ... posted nine blocks against St. John’s ... named to the George Wash-
                                                                                                                    senior.
                       ington Invitational All-Tournament Team ... had 11 kills against GWU
                       ... had 10 kills and four blocks at Temple ... registered 11 kills and six                   Personal: Has one younger brother ... hobbies include arts and crafts
                       blocks on .643 hitting against Rutgers.                                                      ... also enjoys reading ... very active volunteer with Habitat for Human-
                                                                                                                    ity ... earned Gold Award from the Girl Scouts ... father is an electri-
                       2004 Season: Played in 32 matches ... ranked second on the team
                                                                                                                    cal engineer who graduated from Johns Hopkins ... mother is a
                       with a .338 hitting percentage ... also ranked second on the team with
                                                                                                                    SUNY-Brockport graduate ... daughter of Charles and Barbara Grem-
                       0.96 blocks per game ... sat fourth in the CAA in hitting percentage
                                                                                                                    pler ... born June 16, 1984 in Baltimore, Md.
                       ... stood tenth in the CAA in blocks ... named to all-tournament team
                       at St. John’s Classic ... averaged 2.05 kills per game ... had 13 kills                      Season MP/GP Kills/Avg. Pct. Ast./Avg. Digs/Avg. Aces BS BA Blks
                       and hit .545 in win over St. Francis (N.Y.) ... had 11 kills and eight
                                                                                                                    2005     34/125   316/2.53   .356   14/0.11   29/0.23    0     34 126 160
                       blocks against Rutgers ... had eight blocks and five kills in win at                         2004     32/90    184/2.05   .338   1/0.01    8/0.09     0     16 70 86
                       Delaware ... had eight kills and hit .700 in win at UNCW ... had 10                          2003     31/107   237/2.21   .303   6/0.06    50/0.47    25    20 59 79
                       kills and a .529 hitting percentage in win over Stony Brook ... con-
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                                                                                                                    Career   97/322   737/2.29   .334   21/0.7    87/0.27    25    70 255 325
                       tributed 12 kills and seven blocks to the Tigers’ two match effort in
                       the CAA Championship Tournament ... had five kills and hit .444 in
                       win over Wake Forest ... had ten kills in loss to 12th-ranked Florida
                       at St. John’s Tournament ... had six kills and three blocks and hit .365
                       in NCAA Tournament loss to Maryland.
                       2003 Season: CAA Commissioner’s List ... started all 31 matches
                       as a freshman ... played in 107 games ... finished fourth on the team
                       with 237 kills ... finished with the second highest hitting percentage
12                     on the team (.303) ... was third in the CAA in hitting percentage ....
                       honored as the CAA Rookie of the Week three times, including back-
                       to-back weeks in September ... added 25 service aces and 50 digs ...
                       second on the team with 79 blocks ... averaged 2.17 kills during CAA
                       games (.308) ... led Tigers to win at JMU with eight blocks and eight
Vanessa Happel
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6-3 Senior Middle Blocker • CCBC-Catonsville • Ellicott City, Md. • Photography Major


One of the tallest players on the team ... good jumping ability ... very
athletic ... can provide tremendous offense ... transferred from CCBC-
Catonsville.
2005 Season: Appeared in 23 matches, checking into 71 games ...
finished the season with a 117 kills, a .300 attack percentage, 62 blocks
and 39 digs ... had career-high 11 kills in CAA Championship game
                                                              against VCU ... posted nine kills in
  Career Game Highs                                           CAA semifinals against William &
  Kills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, v. VCU (11/29/05) Mary ... had five kills and three blocks
  Digs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, at W&M (9/17/05)
  Assists . . . . . . . . . 4, at W&M (9/17/05)
                                                              against George Mason ... had nine
  Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, twice blocks, seven kills and three digs at
  Hit %. . . . . . . . .714, at Penn (9/24/05) Northeastern ... had nine kills on .316
                                                              hitting in win against Northeastern ...
                                                              posted six blocks against Canisius ...
                                                              had nine blocks against William &
Mary ... made Towson debut against Lehigh with seven kills.
At CCBC-Catonsville: Led the NJCAA Division II in kills with 5.67
kills per game in 2004 ... had 346 kills on the season ... named #2
NJCAA Division II Region XX All-America nominee ... named to first
team and All-Tournament team of NJCAA Division II Region XX ...
led the Lady Cardinals to second place in the NJCAA Division II Region
XX Volleyball Championships.
Background: Led the Covenant Community School to the 2002 Mary-
land Private School Tournament and National Homeschool Tourna-
ment Championships ... was 2001 and 2002 All-Star and
All-Tournament team member at the National Homeschool Tourna-
ment ... also played softball and basketball.
Season MP/GP Kills/Avg. Pct. Ast./Avg. Digs/Avg. Aces BS BA Blks
2005         23/71      117/1.65     .300      26/0.37       39/0.55        0      4 58 62
Career       23/71      117/1.65     .300      26/0.37       39/0.55        0      4 58 62




GETTING TO KNOW VANESSA...
Birthplace: Born on June 23, 1984 in Baltimore, Md.                                                          2006 Player Profiles
Family: Daughter of Brian and Sue Happel … father is a field engineer …
mother is a homemaker ... one of six children ... older sister, Stephanie, played
softball at UMBC ... younger sister, Faith, plays basketball at Howard Commu-
nity College.
Pre-match song: “Eye of the Tiger”
Pre-match ritual: Saying a prayer for safety and for us to play to the best
of our ability
One word to descibe yourself: Vivacious
Nicknames: Tanny, Betty Lou, Dernets, Pookie and Nessa D.
Favorite quote: “I know not what the future holds, but I know who holds the                                    13
future.”
What you will take away from Towson: Playing with and getting to know
some amazing volleyball players
Future plans: To become a professional photographer, travel all over, get
                       Kim Snider
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                       6-0 Junior Setter • Hebron H.S. • Carrolton, Texas • Sports Management Major


                       Sat out 2004 as a red-shirt ... holds Towson record for assists in a                                  blocks in win against Northeastern ...
                       season with 1,477 in 2005 ... named ECAC Player of the Week in                                        had 48 assists, 14 digs and five kills at William & Mary ... had five aces
                       2005.                                                                                                 in win against Georgia State ... posted 49 assists and 10 digs against
                                                                                                                             UNCW ... recorded 12 digs, five blocks and 45 assists at Georgetown
                       2005 Season: All-CAA second team ... CAA All-Tournament team
                                                                                                                             ... had 11 digs against Delaware State .... recorded 50 assists, 11 digs,
                       ... appeared in 125 games ... led CAA in assists (1,477) and assists per
                                                                                                                             six kills, five aces and five total blocks at Temple ... posted 12 digs, 47
                       game (11.82) ... also ranked fifth in CAA in aces per game (0.38) ...
                                                                                                                             assists and five block assists versus Rutgers.
                       posted 140 kills (1.12/g), a .302
                       hitting percentage, 97 blocks and 47 Career Game Highs                                                2004 Season: Sat out the season as a red-shirt.
                       aces ... recorded her 20th double- Kills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, twice
                                                                                                                             2003 Season: Played in 24 games as a freshman ... had 16 assists
                       double (45 assists, 14 digs) along Digs . . . . . . 18, at Ga. State (10/14/05)
                                                                  Assists . . . . . 64, at Hofstra (11/4/05)                 and eight service aces ... contributed 40 digs and a pair of block assists
                       with four blocks, three kills and two Aces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, twice
                                                                                                                             ... had eight assists against Wright State ... served a pair of aces in wins
                       aces in CAA final against VCU ... Blocks . . . . . . . . . . 6, v. W&M (11/19/05)
                                                                                                                             over Stony Brook and Coppin ... helped the Tigers defeat Northeast-
                       posted double-double (52 assists, 11 Hit % . . . . . . . . .833, v. UDel (9/20/05)
                                                                                                                             ern with eight digs ... also had eight digs against Harvard ... was injured
                                            digs) along with
                                                                                                                             during the Towson Invitational and had to sit out rest of season.
                                               six blocks
                                                 and five kills in CAA semifinals against                                    Background: Named volleyball team’s Most Valuable Player for two
                                                  William & Mary ... notched double-double                                   straight years … led Hebron High School to district and bi-district
                                                  of the season (61 assists, 13 digs) in CAA                                 area championships in 2002 … member of team that was Regional
                                                  quarterfinals against JMU ... posted double-                               Quarter finalists in 2002, under Coach Karin Keeney … honored as
                                                 double (33 assists, 11 digs) against George                                 All-District MVP in 2002 … also played basketball … named to the
                                                Mason ... notched 62 assists, seven digs and                                 All-District Second Team … helped her basketball team finish second
                                                 three blocks against JMU ... named CAA Co-                                  in the district.
                                                   Player of the Week on Nov. 7 ... had 55
                                                                                                                             Season MP/GP Kills/Avg. Pct. Ast./Avg. Digs/Avg. Aces BS BA Blks.
                                                      assists, a career-high 27 digs and eight kills
                                                        at Northeastern for double-double ...                                2005     34/125          .302 1477/11.82 345/2.76
                                                                                                                                               140/1.12                                  47    14 83 97
                                                          recorded triple-double (10 kills, 64                               2004                       Sat out as a red-shirt
                                                            assists, 15 digs) on .588 hitting at                             2003      9/24   3/0.12 .000 16/0.67        40/1.67         16    0 2 2
                                                                      Hofstra ... posted double-                             Career   43/149 143/0.94 .293 1493/10.02 385/2.58           63    14 85 99
                                                                          double (50 assists, 10
                                                                             kills) along with six
                                                                             digs and four blocks at
                                                                            Delaware ... recorded
                                                                         double-double (45 assists,
                                                                      11 digs) against VCU ...
                                                                     posted a double-double (50
                                                                     assists, 10 digs) along with                               GETTING TO KNOW KIM...
                                                                     seven kills and five blocks                                Birthplace: Born on July 19, 1984 in Houston, Texas
                                                                     against William & Mary ...                                 Family: Daughter of Patrick and Dana Snider ... father graduated from
                                                                   nearly missed a triple-double                                the University of Houston ... mother played volleyball and softball at
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                                                          at UNCW with 47 assists, nine digs                                    Wichita State where she was named the Female Athlete of the Year in
                                                  and eight kills ... had double-double (44                                     1975 ... has younger twin sisters, Michelle and Monica.
                                                   assists, 18 digs) at Georgia State and added                                 Major: Sports Management, with a minor in business
                                                   eight kills, nearly missing a triple-double ...                              Favorite meal: My mom’s ribs
                                                                                                                                One word to describe yourself: Realistic
                                                   named CAA and ECAC Players of the Week
                                                                                                                                Favorite quote: “Setting a goal is not the main thing. It is deciding how
                                                    on Oct. 11 ... recorded double-double (47                                   you will go about achieving and staying with that plan.”
                                                    assists, 13 digs) at George Mason ... posted                                Favorite class: Anything to do with history
                                                     double-double (51 assists, 17 digs) at JMU                                 Favorite place on campus: The weight room because I am always
                                                     ... notched ninth double-double of the                                     there
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                                                     season with 35 assists and 10 digs at                                      Favorite city: Colorado Springs, Colorado
                                                      Loyola ... had a double-double with 52                                    Favorite color: Blue
                                                      assists and 12 digs against Hofstra ...
                                                       recorded 12 digs, 29 assists and five
Erika Swan
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5-11 Junior Libero/DS • Centennial H.S. • Ellicott City, Md. • Physical Education Major


Has tremendous potential ... saw limited time in 2005 serving as a
defensive specialist.
2005 Season: Appeared in 15 matches and 35 games ... finished the
season with 50 digs (1.43/g) and seven aces ... had two aces and two
digs in CAA Championship game against VCU ... recorded six digs
                                                   against James Madison ... notched 13
  Career Game Highs                                digs and two aces against VCU ... had
  Digs. . . . . . . . . . . 13, vs. VCU (10/22/05) eight digs in five games against
  Assists. . . . . . . . 3, vs. VCU (10/22/05) William & Mary ... posted eight digs
  Aces. . . . . . . . . . . 4, vs. VCU (10/22/05)
                                                   against St. Francis ... recorded three
                                                   digs at UMBC.
2004 Season: Appeared in 10 matches as a reserve ... had four assists
and three service aces ... averaged 2.0 digs per game ... had two assists
and 11 digs against Appalachian State ... had 12 digs in season opener
against Lehigh ... had four digs against South Carolina.
Background: Named first team All-Metro as a senior at Centennial
High School ... three-year starter and four-year varsity performer who
helped the Eagles reach the Maryland state finals in 2003 ... led her team
with 167 kills and 179 digs as senior ... helped the Eagles post a 17-3
record her last year for Coach Michael Bossom ... member of Mary-
land state championship team as a freshman ... two-time selection as
first team All-Howard County ... two-year standout for Columbia
Eclipse, a USAV club team ... four-time winner of Minds In Motion
Scholar-Athlete award ... two-time winner of AVCA/Molten Team
Academic Award.
Season MP/GP Kills/Avg. Pct. Ast./Avg. Digs/Avg. Aces BS BA Blks.
2005       15/35     0/0.00      .000    7/0.20      50/1.43        7    0    0    0
2004       10/16     0/0.00      .000    4/0.25      32/2.00        3    0    1    1
Career     25/51     0/0.00      .000    11/0.25     82/1.83       10    0    1    1




   GETTING TO KNOW ERIKA...                                                                      2006 Player Profiles
   Birthplace: Born on December 30, 1985 in Columbia, Md.
   Family: Daughter of Anita Marino and Donald Swan ... mother is a Towson
   alumnae who works in family child care ... father played football at the
   University of Maryland and works as a sales representative ... has an
   older brother and a younger sister ... uncle, Kenneth Marino, ran track at
   Fairleigh Dickinson ... cousin, David DeRocher, played volleyball at USC.
   Nicknames: Swannie, E, or E-Money
   Hobbies: Volleyball, listening to music and going to the beach
   Hidden talent: Gymnastics
   One word to describe yourself: Goofy                                                            15
   Pre-match rituals: Listen to music and visualize
   Favorite place on campus: Towson Center
   Favorite Quote: “The regrets you have are the chances you don’t take.”
                                                                      Val
                                                                      Chromy
                                                                      6-0 Sophomore • Outside Hitter
                                                                                                                       7                                                    Erin
                                                                                                                                                                            Dunn
                                                                                                                                                                            5-10 Sophomore Setter
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                                                                      Crystal Lake South H.S. · Crystal Lake, Ill.                                                          Ponderosa H.S. (Colo.) • Lakeside, Mont.
                                                                      Undeclared Major                                                                                      Family Studies Major

                       Very explosive ... capable right side hitter who can play the middle ...                                    Very experienced ... vocal, determined player.
                       very fast.
                                                                                                                                   2005 Season: Appeared in 64 games ... finished the season with
                       2005 Season: Appeared in 77 games ... finished the season with                                              100 digs (1.56/g) and 91 assists (1.42/g) ... registered five digs and a
                       156 kills (2.03/g), 47 blocks, 43 digs and 31 assists ... stood 10th in                                     pair of aces at Delaware ... tallied six digs against Hofstra ... recorded
                                                                                          the CAA in hitting percentage (.300)     a career-high 41 assists, 10 digs and four kills against St. Francis ...
                                                                                          ... posted seven kills on .583 hitting   posted 10 digs at VCU ... notched 12
                          Career Game Highs                                               in CAA quarterfinals against JMU         digs at UMBC ... posted three aces Career Game Highs
                          Kills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, four times
                                                                                          ... recorded six kills against James     at Georgetown ... recorded 15 assists Kills . . . . . . . 4, v. St. Francis (9/23/05)
                          Digs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, twice                                                                                     Digs. . . . . . . . . . . 12, at UMBC (9/13/05)
                          Assists . . . . . . . . . 4, at JMU (10/8/05) Madison ... had six kills and four digs                    against Delaware State ... made col- Assists . . 41, v. St. Francis (9/23/05)
                          Aces. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, v. GWU (9/3/05) at Northeastern ... posted 11 kills and               legiate debut against Rutgers posting Aces . . . . . 3, at Georgetown (9/3/05)
                          Blocks . . . . . . . . . . 6, at JMU (10/8/05) four blocks against VCU ... recorded                      seven assists.                             Hit %. . .500, v. St. Francis (9/23/05)
                          Hit %. . . . . . . .632, v. Lehigh (8/27/05)
                                                                                          10 kills and a block against William
                                                                                                                                   Background: Played varsity volley-
                                                                                          & Mary ... had four blocks and four
                                                                                                                                   ball for four years at Ponderosa High School and was named first
                       kills at UNCW ... posted 10 kills and five blocks at George Mason ...
                                                                                                                                   team All-League each year ... named team’s Most Valuable Player as
                       had a career day at James Madison with 12 kills, six blocks and four
                                                                                                                                   a freshman ... averaged eight assists and 0.8 aces in 2004 ... finished
                       assists ... tied career high with 12 kills at Loyola, while hitting .409
                                                                                                                                   second in the state in aces as a senior ... made the “Best of the Best”
                       ... posted 12 kills and six digs against St. Francis... recorded five kills
                                                                                                                                   Setters list twice in high school ... played club volleyball for the Col-
                       and four digs against St. John’s ... posted four block assists and four
                                                                                                                                   orado Juniors.
                       kills against George Washington ... registered 12 kills against Lehigh
                       on .632 hitting ... made collegiate debut against Rutgers recording                                         Season MP/GP Kills/Avg. Pct. Ast./Avg. Digs/Avg. Aces BS BA Blks
                       eight kills and six digs.                                                                                   2005        21/64     4/0.06     -.059    91/1.42    100/1.56      14     0    1        1
                       Background: Named First Team All-Conference as a senior at Crystal                                          Career      21/64     4/0.06     -.059    91/1.42    100/1.56      14     0    1        1
                       Lake South High School ... helped team to three consecutive Regional
                       Championships ... led her team to the Fox Valley Conference Cham-
                       pionship with an undefeated conference record as a senior ... named
                       to All-Area First Team by Northwest Herald and Daily Herald ... was
                       listed as a member of the All-Area also played basketball and track
                       ... was named Most Valuable Player as a freshman for basketball team                                            GETTING TO KNOW ERIN...
                       ... lettered in track as a freshman and sophomore.                                                              Birthplace: Born on November 15, 1986 in Dallas, Texas
                                                                                                                                       Family: Daughter of Glenn Dunn and George Anna Miller ... stepdaughter
                       Season MP/GP Kills/Avg. Pct. Ast./Avg. Digs/Avg. Aces BS BA Blks                                                of Michael Miller ... stepfather, Michael, played professional baseball with
                       2005          27/77     156/2.03 .300            31/0.40        43/0.56         5      4 43 47                  the Atlanta Braves organization ... mother is an alumnae of Oral Roberts
                       Career        27/77     156/2.03 .300            31/0.40        43/0.56         5      4 43 47                  University where she played volleyball ... oldest of three girls.
                                                                                                                                       Pre-match rituals: Putting on make-up and doing hair the same way.
                                                                                                                                       One word to describe yourself: Likeable
                                                                                                                                       Favorite color: Purple
                                                                                                                                       Favorite song before a match: “I’m a Player” by Tech 9
                                                                                                                                       One thing you can’t live without: Family
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                                                                                                                                       Favorite quote: “Even the life you have borrowed, cause you’re not
                                                                                                                                       promised tomorrow, so live your life as if everyday is going to be your last.”


                           GETTING TO KNOW VAL...
                           Birthplace: Born on September 24, 1986 in Grand Forks, North Dakota
                           Family: Daughter of Greg and Sheree Chromy ... both parents gradu-
                           ated from the University of North Dakota ... father is a business owner
                           ... mother works as a counselor ... older brother, Matt, plays hockey at
16                         the University of Michigan-Deerborn.
                           Hobbies: Listening to music, reading and shopping
                           Most memorable experience: Winning first place in a fishing tourna-
                           ment when I was seven years old.
                           Person you admire most: My brother
                                               Ali
                                               Essink
                                               5-11 Sophomore Libero
                                                                                                3                                                       Maddie
                                                                                                                                                        Haseltine
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                                               Lincoln S.W. H.S. • Lincoln, Neb.                                                                        Nerinx Hall H.S. • St. Louis, Mo.
                                               Business Management Major                                                                                Business Major

Has strong passing and defending abilities ... possesses good ball                                          Extremely good athlete ... possesses good jumping ability.
control skills.
                                                                                                            2005 Season: Appeared in 129 of Towson’s 130 games ... stood
2005 Season: CAA All-Rookie Team ... appeared in 111 games ...                                              10th in the CAA in aces per game (0.32) ... finished the season with
fourth in the CAA in digs per game (4.70) ... finished the season with                                      307 digs, 180 kills, 41 aces, 37 assists and 19 blocks ... tallied 10 digs,
a team-high 522 digs, 28 aces and 36 assists ... recorded career-high                                       six kills, three assists and two blocks in CAA final against VCU ...
                                                                      30 digs in CAA Championship game      notched 14 digs and three aces in
   Career Game Highs                                                  against VCU ... had 20 digs and two   CAA semifinal against W&M ... Career Game Highs
   Kills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, twice aces in CAA semifinals against        recorded seven digs, nine kills and Kills . . . . . . . . . 18, v. Rutgers (8/26/05)
   Digs . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, v. VCU (11/20/05)                                                                                                 Digs. . . . . . . . . . . 18, at UDel (10/29/05)
   Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, twice W&M ... notched 22 digs and two               four aces against JMU ... posted 15 Assists. . . . . . . 4, at Temple (8/27/05)
   Aces. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, several times aces in CAA quarterfinals against                   digs at Hofstra ... registered career- Aces. . . . . . . . . . 4, at Temple (8/27/05)
   Hit % . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000 twice JMU ... recorded 21 digs against                high 18 digs at Delaware ... recorded Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, twice
                                                                      James Madison ... had 22 digs at      11 digs and four kills and three Hit %. . . . . . . .583, at Loyola(10/4/05)
                                                                      Northeastern ... posted 24 digs at    blocks against William & Mary ...
Hofstra ... recorded 26 digs and four assists in win at UNCW ... had                                        notched double-double (16 kills, 11 digs) at UNCW ... tallied 15 digs
20 digs at Georgia State ... had 21 digs against Hofstra ... named to                                       at George Mason ... had 11 digs against Hofstra ... posted double-
the Penn-Sheraton Invitational All-Tournament Team ... notched 22                                           double against Penn with 11 kills and 12 digs ... had 16 kills against
digs against Pepperdine ... named CAA Rookie of the Week ... posted                                         St. Francis ... had 10 digs against Delaware ... had five aces, six digs
20 digs against William & Mary ... recorded 21 digs against UNCW                                            and six kills at William & Mary ... recorded 12 digs against UNCW
... posted 19 digs at Georgetown ... named to the George Washing-                                           ... posted 15 digs at Georgetown ... tallied 13 digs against GWU ...
ton Invitational All-Tournament Team ... registered 18 digs at George                                       recorded 11 digs against Iona ... had 12 kills, 10 digs, four assists and
Washington ... recorded 17 digs at Temple ... made collegiate debut                                         four aces at Temple ... made collegiate debut against Rutgers, record-
against Rutgers posting 17 digs.                                                                            ing 18 kills and 11 digs.
Background: Four-year letterwinner in volleyball for Coach Mary                                             Background: Played volleyball and basketball for Nerinx Hall High
Schropfer and the Silver Hawks ... high school team appeared in the                                         School ... led the Markers, under Coach Helen Buckley, to the dis-
state tournament for three years and won both districts and the con-                                        trict championship twice and the sectional championship once ...
ference twice ... senior co-captain who was a two-time All-Confer-                                          named captain and was the team’s MVP for two years ... won awards
ence and two-time first team All-City award winner ... named second                                         for Most Offensive, Defensive and Best Attitude ... had career serving
team All-State as a senior ... made honorable mention All-State as a                                        percentage of .860 and career serve receive percentage of .920 ... aver-
junior ... earned Academic All-Conference honors ... named to the                                           aged 3.91 kills per game ... totalled 45 service aces ... made the All-
All Star team ... selected as third-team Super State ... won the Sertoma                                    Tournament team at Nationals ... captain and MVP of the basketball
Outstanding Athlete and KFOR Sportscaster awards ... ranked fifth in                                        team ... also earned Best Defensive Player honors in basketball ...
the conference for hitting percentage as a senior ... had 273 kills (3.1/per                                served as the Spanish Club treasurer.
game) ... ranked second in the league in digs per game with 5.1 ...
named to Lincoln Southwest’s honor roll for seven of eight semesters.                                       Season MP/GP Kills/Avg. Pct. Ast./Avg. Digs/Avg. Aces BS BA Blks
                                                                                                            2005        35/129     180/1.40     .132    37/0.29      307/2.38       41      1    18      19
Season MP/GP Kills/Avg. Pct. Ast./Avg. Digs/Avg. Aces BS BA Blks                                            Career      35/129     180/1.40     .132    37/0.29      307/2.38       41      1    18      19
2005          35/111      3/0.03      -.048 36/0.32           522/4.07        28      0     0         0
Career        35/111      3/0.03      -.048 36/0.32           522/4.07        28      0     0         0                                                                                                         2006 Player Profiles



                                                                                                               GETTING TO KNOW MADDIE...
 GETTING TO KNOW ALI...
                                                                                                               Birthplace: Born on October 10, 1986 in St. Louis, Missouri
 Birthplace: Born on September 29, 1986 in Lincoln, Nebraska                                                   Family: Daughter of Steve and Terri Haseltine ... father played football at
 Family: Daughter of Tim and Wanda Essink ... father is a graduate of the                                      Northeastern Oklahoma and works in transportation ... mother played
 University of Nebraska-Lincoln and is an accountant ... mother is a dental                                    volleyball at St. Louis University and works in real estate ... brother, Louie,
 assistant ... has two older sisters and one younger brother ... sister, Erin,                                 plays baseball at Southeast Missouri State ... aunt, Sam Politte, played
 was a four-year starter in volleyball at Arkansas Tech.                                                       volleyball at Tulsa ... uncle, Jimmy Buford, played basketball at UMSC ...                         17
 Hidden Talent: I can play the flute and the piano                                                             oldest of four children.
 Former teammates that play collegiately: Samantha Eley, Wyoming                                               Nicknames: Mimi or Niner
 Favorite quote: “Faith is being sure of what we hope for and being certain                                    Former teammates that play collegiately: Erin Walter, Stanford
 of what we do not see.” Hebrews 1:1                                                                           Favorite quote: “You control your own destiny.”
 Favorite volleyball moment: Being in the CAA Finals against VCU
                                                                     Lindsey
                                                                     Neighbors
                                                                     5-9 Sophomore Outside Hitter
                                                                                                              13                                                         Ally
                                                                                                                                                                         Perko
                                                                                                                                                                         5-11 Sophomore Outside Hitter
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  4
                                                                     Heritage Hills H.S. • Santa Claus, Ind.                                                             Notre Dame-Cath. Latin H.S. • Kirtland, OH
                                                                     Business-Marketing Major                                                                            Law & American Civilization Major

                       Strong defensive player ... very good athletic ability ... has the poten-                               Dominating offensive player ... possesses solid all-around game.
                       tial to become very valuable over her career.
                                                                                                                               2005 Season: Appeared in 102 games ... finished the season with
                       2005 Season: Appeared in 66 games ... finished the season with                                          210 kills (2.06/g), 84 digs and 35 blocks ... posted 10 kills in CAA semi-
                       133 digs (2.02/g) ... tallied eight digs and four assists in CAA semifi-                                final against W&M ... had 10 kills and
                       nal against W&M ... Had six digs against George Mason ... recorded                                      five blocks in CAA quarterfinal
                                                                                       16 digs at Northeastern ... posted 16   against JMU ... tallied 10 kills against Career Game Highs
                                                                                                                                                                         Kills . . . . . . . . . . 14, at Hofstra (11/4/05)
                         Career Game Highs                                             digs at Hofstra ... had nine digs and   George Mason ... had nine kills at Digs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, v. VCU (10/22/05)
                         Kills . . . . . . . 8, v. St. Francis (9/23/05) an ace in four games against VCU ...                  Northeastern ... posted career-high Assists. . . . . . . . 3, at W&M (10/21/05)
                         Digs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16, three times
                         Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, twice posted 13 digs and four assists            14 kills and three blocks at Hofstra Blocks. . . . . . . . . . . 5, v. JMU (11/18/05)
                         Aces. . . . . . . 2,v. St. Francis (9/23/05) against William & Mary ... recorded                      ... had seven digs and three kills Hit % . . . .533, v. Ga. State (9/10/05)
                         Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, twice 10 digs and an ace at UNCW ... set      against VCU ... registered six kills
                         Hit %. . . .182, v. St. Francis (9/23/05)
                                                                                       a career high with 16 digs and three    and two digs against William & Mary ... had seven kills, four digs
                                                                                       assists at George Mason ... recorded    and two blocks against Georgia State ... recorded six kills on .385
                       eight digs and eight kills in win against St. Francis ... made collegiate                               hitting at Loyola ... had eight kills against Hofstra ... notched 12 kills
                       debut against Rutgers.                                                                                  against Pepperdine ... had 12 kills against Delaware ... recorded 12
                                                                                                                               kills, two blocks and five digs at VCU ... made collegiate debut against
                       Background: Named to the Who’s Who Among American High
                                                                                                                               Rutgers, registering 10 kills.
                       School Students ... a member of the honor roll all four years ... a
                       Science Merit Award winner.                                                                             Background: Member of District Championship team as a senior ...
                                                                                                                               earned first team All-League honors twice ... also named first team All-
                       Season MP/GP Kills/Avg. Pct. Ast./Avg. Digs/Avg. Aces BS BA Blks                                        District ... named Most Valuable Player of North Coast League as a
                       2005         22/66        9/0.14     .000     15/0.23       133/2.02        6      0     2        2     senior ... named 2005 New Herald Player of the Year ... was three-
                       Career       22/66        9/0.14     .000     15/0.23       133/2.02        6      0     2        2     time league leader in kills ... as a senior, recorded 596 kills, a state
                                                                                                                               record ... had 44 kills in a match, also a state record ... also excelled
                                                                                                                               in the classroom and was named to the honor roll.
                                                                                                                               Season MP/GP Kills/Avg. Pct. Ast./Avg. Digs/Avg. Aces BS BA Blks
                                                                                                                               2005        35/10    210/2.06      .149    19/0.19      84/0.82       0      6 29 35
                                                                                                                               Career      35/10    210/2.06      .149    19/0.19      84/0.82       0      6 29 35




                                                                                                                                    GETTING TO KNOW ALLY...
                                                                                                                                    Birthplace: Born on June 19, 1987 in Euclid, Ohio
                           GETTING TO KNOW LINDSEY...                                                                               Family: Daughter of Neil and JoAnne Perko ... both parents graduated
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                                                                                                                                    from the Ohio State University ... father is an optometrist ... mother
                           Birthplace: Born on December 25, 1986 in Evansville, Indiana                                             works in home health care ... has one younger brother ... cousin, Alan
                           Family: Daughter of Stan and Debra Neighbors ... mother works as                                         Bock, plays basketball for Mount Vernon Nazarene University.
                           bookkeeper ... has one older sister ... brother-in-law, Jon Goldsberry,                                  Nickname: The Perkolater
                           plays in the NFL for the Buffalo Bills.                                                                  Hidden talent: Waterskiing
                           Nicknames: Nabes, Linz                                                                                   Favorite city: Cleveland
                           Best friends/former teammates involved in collegiate athletics:                                          Favorite vacation spot: Cancun
                           Jordan Bradfield, member of the dance team at the University of                                          Favorite color: Yellow
                           Arizona                                                                                                  If you could eat only one thing it would be: Qdoba
                           Person most admired: Her father                                                                          Favorite quote: “Now go and get after it.” - high school coach, Dino
18                         Favorite movie: Wedding Crashers
                           Favorite vacation spot: South Beach, Miami, Florida
                           Favorite volleyball moment: When Jaclyn used her head to dig a ball
                           and it flew over the net and landed in the back corner to score a point.
                           Favorite quote: “Play like you’re number one, train like you’re number
                           two.”
                                              Jaclyn
                                              Rosenberg
                                              5-9 Sophomore Libero/DS
                                                                                             8                                                       Kristina
                                                                                                                                                     Shannon
                                                                                                                                                     5-5 Sophomore Libero/DS
                                                                                                                                                                                                       2
                                              Bowie H.S. • Poolesville, Md.                                                                          Huntingtown H.S. • Huntingtown, Md.
                                              Undeclared Major                                                                                       Undeclared Major

Established defensive player ... brings depth to the libero/defensive                                     Very good defensive player ... brings a toughness that makes the whole
specialist position.                                                                                      team better.
2005 Season: Appeared in seven games ... totaled nine digs ...                                            2005 Season: Appeared in 19 games ... finished the season with 25
recorded a dig against VCU ... had three digs and two aces in win                                         digs (1.32/g) ... notched four digs at George Mason ... posted seven
against St. Francis ... made collegiate debut against Rutgers.                                            digs and a service ace against St. Francis ... recorded five digs at UMBC
                                                                                                          ... made collegiate debut against
                                                                   Background: Three-time member
  Career Game Highs                                                                                       Rutgers, recording six digs.              Career Game Highs
                                                                   of 1A Region Championship team                                                                Digs . . . . . . . 7, v. St. Francis (9/23/05)
   Digs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, twice
   Assists. . . . 1, v. St. Francis (9/23/05) under coach Fran DeVall ... went to                         Background: Helped Cavaliers to Aces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, twice
   Aces . . . . . . 2, v. St. Francis (9/23/05) state finals sophomore and junior                         Southern Maryland Athletic Confer- Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, twice
                                                                   years ... member of the National       ence Championship all four years ...
                                                                   Honor Society ... honor roll student   State and Regional Champs as a
all four years ... earned the Sportsmanship Award as a sophomore                                          junior ... also had a .937 serving percentage ... second team All-Con-
and a junior ... also earned the prestigious Falcon Award as a senior                                     ference in 2003 and 2004 ... earned Volleyball Honorable Mention
... participated in JV Soccer, JV Basketball and Varsity co-ed Volley-                                    All-Extra in 2003 ... missed senior season because of torn ACL ...
ball.                                                                                                     earned Captain’s award on both volleyball and lacrosse team ... 2004
                                                                                                          Wendy’s High School Heisman National Nominee ... honor roll
Season MP/GP Kills/Avg. Pct. Ast./Avg. Digs/Avg. Aces BS BA Blks                                          student.
2005           5/7       0/0.00       .000        1/0.14        9/1.29         2      0    0      0
Career         5/7       0/0.00       .000        1/0.14        9/1.29         2      0    0      0
                                                                                                          Season MP/GP Kills/Avg. Pct. Ast./Avg. Digs/Avg. Aces BS BA Blks
                                                                                                          2005        13/19      0/0.00      .000       2/0.11        25/1.32          2       0     0      0
                                                                                                          Career      13/19      0/0.00      .000       2/0.11        25/1.32          2       0     0      0




  GETTING TO KNOW JACLYN...
  Birthplace: Born on December 29, 1987 in Washington, D.C.
  Family: DaughterJohn C. Rosenburg and Rosemary Ferrigno ... father
  attended Wheeling University ... mother attended Georgetown ... has two
  younger sisters ... uncle, Charles Rosenberg, played basketball at James
  Madison.
  Hobbies: Sports, painting, photography and design
  Favorite book: “The Great Gatsby”
  Favorite meal: Steak and baked potatoes
  Most memorable moment: Winning the regional finals in high school
  and making it into the state finals for the program’s first time

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                                                                                                              GETTING TO KNOW KRISTINA...
                                                                                                              Birthplace: Born on December 10, 1986 in Prince Frederick, Maryland
                                                                                                              Family: Daughter of Jeff and Terry Shannon ... father attended the Uni-
                                                                                                              versity of Maryland and is a bank manager ... mother attended York
                                                                                                              College where she played field hockey ... has one younger sister ...
                                                                                                              cousin, April Shields, plays volleyball at High Point University.
                                                                                                              Nickname: Bina                                                                                        19
                                                                                                              Warm-up song: “Eye of the Tiger”
                                                                                                              Pre-match ritual: Hitting the ceiling
                                                                                                              Favorite quote: “This is the best day of my life ... just livin’ the dream.”
                                                                                                              Most memorable experience: Winning the Maryland State Champi-
                                                                                                              onship in 2003 because my senior season was cut short by a torn ACL
                                                           Alysha
                                                           Fanning
                                                                                            15                                              Missy
                                                                                                                                            Rohrbaugh
                                                                                                                                                                                5
                                                           6-0 Freshman Middle Blocker                                                      5-6 Freshman L/DS
                                                           Hendrick Hudson • Buchanan, N.Y..                                                Susquehannock H.S. • Railroad, Pa.
                                                           Undeclared Major                                                                 Undeclared Major

                       Strong athletic ability ... brings height to the middle ... has the poten-       Adds depth to the defensive unit ... possesses solid all-around skills.
                       tial to be an outstanding blocker.
                                                                                                        Background: Member of the Susquehannock High School volley-
                       Background: Played volleyball at Hendrick Hudson High School                     ball team coached by Mick Gilbert ... as a senior, led the Warriors to
                       under Coach Diane Swertfager ... helped the Sailors to back-to-back              a YAIAA Championship and to Division I and District III titles ... an
                       state finals and regional championship and four straight sectional               all-district and all-state honoree ... Wendy’s High School Heisman
                       titles ... ranked first in the section in blocks and kills as a senior ...       nominee ... named the York County Player of the Year in 2005 ...
                       two-time first team all-state, all-league and all-section honoree ... two-       member of the National Honor Society and the District Honor Roll.
                       time North County Newspaper All-Star pick ... two-time Journal
                       News first team selection ... was also the Journal News’ Player of the
                       Year in 2005 ... received the ConEdison Sports Athletic Award in
                       2005 ... also played basketball ... a member of the high honor roll.



                        GETTING TO KNOW ALYSHA...                                                          GETTING TO KNOW MISSY...
                        Birthplace: Born August 15, 1988 in Mount Kisco, N.Y.                              Birthplace: Born on February 5, 1988 in York, Pa.
                        Family: Daughter of Mark and Mary Fanning ... father attended SUNY-                Family: Daughter of Phil and Flo Rohrbaugh ... father is an electrical main-
                        Farmingdale and works as an electrical contractor ... mother attended              tenance mechanic ... mother is an LPN ... has two older sisters ... oldest
                        SUNY-Brockport and is a teacher ... has two brothers and a sister ... sister,      sister, Jennie, plays volleyball at Millersville University ... other sister,
                        Caitlin, runs track at SUNY-Oneonta.                                               Becky, plays volleyball at Widener University.
                        Nicknames: Lysh, Shaq                                                              Hobbies: Listening to music and reading
                        Hobbies: Playing volleyball, hanging out with friends and shopping                 Pre-match rituals: Tie my shoes the same way
                        Word to describe yourself: Determined                                              Former teammates that play collegiately: Dianna Hefner, Appalachian
                        Favorite vacation spot: Bermuda                                                    State, and Trisha Reese, Lees McRae University
                        Favorite quote: “Life throws you curves, but you learn to swerve”                  Favorite quote: “Our greatest glory is not in never failing but in rising
                        - Rascal Flatts                                                                    every time we fall.” - Confucius




                                                           Claudia
                                                           Schneider
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                                                                                                           GETTING TO KNOW CLAUDIA...
                                                           5-9 Freshman Outside Hitter
                                                                                                           Birthplace: Born on July 3, 1987 in Grobenhain, Sachsen, Germany.
                                                           Geschwister-Scholl Schule Tuebingen
                                                                                                           Family: Daughter of Andrea Schneider-Wolf and step-daughter of Chris-
                                                           Tuebingen, Germany • Undeclared                 tian Wolf ... mother is a teacher ... has an older brother, Stefan, who
                                                           Major                                           played volleyball in the first league in Germany.
                                                                                                           Hobbies: Sports, traveling and cooking
                       Brings international playing experience at a high level ... a valuable              Pre-match song: “Everything” by Red Hot Chili Peppers
                       asset on the outside.                                                               Favorite athlete: Dirk Nowitski
                                                                                                           Favorite book: “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley
20                     Background: Member of the German Youth National Team ... placed
                                                                                                           Favorite movie: “Love Actually”
                       fifth in the Second German League ... captured many youth champi-                   Favorite city: Berlin
                       onships under the tutelage of Clemens Kracke and Alexnader Waibal                   Favorite vacation spot: Biarritz (South France)
                       ... also a member of TSV Allianz Stuttgart.                                         Favorite volleyball moment: Hearing name called at the Germany
                                                                                                           Youth National Team tryouts

				
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