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					THE 2009 JACKRABBITS                                                                                         SOUTH DAKOTA STATE




      SHAY BIRATH                 KELLI FIEGEN            REBECCA GRADOVILLE            KELSEY HANSEN               KELLY HERRMANN
  FR., MARSHALL, MINN.         SO., PARKSTON, S.D.      FR., COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA    FR., BENNINGTON, NEB.         FR., RAPID CITY, S.D.




     MOLLY JANSSEN                FIONA JONES               ASHLEY KATHOL             KAITLIN KLINGEMANN               EMILY PALMER
 SO., ARDEN HILLS, MINN.      FR., BOUNTIFUL, UTAH          JR., OMAHA, NEB.           FR., OMAHA, NEB.            SO., SIOUX FALLS, S.D.




      NICOLE PETERS             THYELE RECHATIKO          MARY SANDERFOOT               STACEY WERNERT              ELLYCE YOUNGREN
 JR., WINNEPEG, MANITOBA    JR., PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL    SO., ROCHESTER, MINN.      SR., HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.     SO., BROOKINGS, S.D.




  NANA ALLISON-BREWER                    CYNTHIA HENNING                     JAYMIE SWIFT                        JASON RUPPELT
      HEAD COACH                          ASSISTANT COACH               GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH             STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH

    THE SUMMIT LEAGUE.ORG
JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                                                                   TABLE           OF       CONTENTS
SDSU Quick Facts ........................................................................................................................................................2
2009 Schedule ............................................................................................................................................................3
2009 Roster/Coaching Staff.......................................................................................................................................4
Inside the 2009 Roster............................................................................................................................................5-6
SDSU Media Policy......................................................................................................................................................7
SDSU Media Outlets ....................................................................................................................................................8
2009 Season Preview............................................................................................................................................9-11
SDSU Athletic Department Mission Statement ........................................................................................................12
Jackrabbit Coaching Staff....................................................................................................................................13-17
    Head Coach Nana Allison-Brewer.................................................................................................................14-15
    Jackrabbit Coaching Records..............................................................................................................................15
    Assistant Coach Cynthia Henning.......................................................................................................................16
    Graduate Assistant Jaymie Swift & SDSU Volleyball Staff .................................................................................17
SDSU Athletic Staff ...................................................................................................................................................18
Jackrabbit Upperclassmen...................................................................................................................................19-22
    Stacey Wernert....................................................................................................................................................20
    Ashley Kathol ......................................................................................................................................................21
    Nicole Peters .......................................................................................................................................................22
Jackrabbit Sophomores .......................................................................................................................................23-28
        Kelli Fiegen ...................................................................................................................................................24
        Molly Janssen ................................................................................................................................................25
        Emily Palmer.................................................................................................................................................26
        Mary Sanderfoot ...........................................................................................................................................27
        Ellyce Youngren .............................................................................................................................................28
Jackrabbit Newcomers.........................................................................................................................................29-33
        Thyele Rechatiko & Shay Birath...................................................................................................................30
        Rebecca Gradoville & Kelsey Hansen...........................................................................................................31
        Kelly Herrmann & Fiona Jones .....................................................................................................................32
        Kaitlin Klingemann .......................................................................................................................................33
The Summit League.............................................................................................................................................34-35
The Jackrabbit Experience ........................................................................................................................................36
2009 Jackrabbit Opponents ................................................................................................................................37-42
2008 Season Recap and Statistics......................................................................................................................43-46
Jackrabbit Volleyball History and Records..........................................................................................................47-56
All-Time Letterwinners..............................................................................................................................................57
Year-by-Year Scores.............................................................................................................................................58-61
Frost Arena ................................................................................................................................................................62
Jackrabbit Facilities...................................................................................................................................................63
SDSU Administration ................................................................................................................................................64
Welcome to South Dakota State University........................................................................................................65-71


  The South Dakota State University Print Lab produced 50 copies of                                               PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
the 2008 SDSU volleyball media guide at a cost of $7.71 each.                                     Coach
  Front cover and the Summit League logo design by Nina Schmidt,                                    Nanabah Allison-Brewer – Nah-na-bah
SDSU University Relations. Photos credited to Eric Landwehr, SDSU                                 Players
University Relations, and Ty Carlson, SDSU Sports Information.                                      Kelli Fiegen – FEE-gen
                                                                                                    Ashley Kathol – CAHTH-ull
  For more information regarding the Jackrabbit volleyball program,
                                                                                                    Ellyce Youngren – EE-leese
please contact SDSU Assistant Sports Information Director Ryan
                                                                                                    Shay Birath – Bye-rath
Sweeter at (605) 688-4822 or at Ryan.Sweeter@sdstate.edu
                                                                                                    Thyele Rechatiko – Cheh-el-ee – Rah-cha-tee-co

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SDSU QUICK FACTS                                                                               SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

         GENERAL INFORMATION                                                 COACHING STAFF
           NAME OF SCHOOL:     South Dakota State University                  HEAD COACH:    Nana Allison-Brewer
                   CITY/ZIP:   Brookings, SD 57007                      ALMA MATER, YEAR:    New Mexico, 2000
                   FOUNDED:    February 21, 1881                        RECORD AT SCHOOL:    10-17/Second Season
               ENROLLMENT:     11,995 (FALL 2008)                          CAREER RECORD:    Same
                  NICKNAME:    Jackrabbits                                   OFFICE PHONE:   (605) 688-5819
            SCHOOL COLORS:     Yellow and Blue                   BEST TIME TO REACH COACH:   Mornings
           ATHLETIC WEBSITE:   GoJacks.com                                ASSISTANT COACH:   Cynthia Henning
        UNIVERSITY WEBSITE:    sdstate.edu                              ALMA MATER, YEAR:    Northern Colorado, 1988
               HOME ARENA:     Frost Arena                                   OFFICE PHONE:   (605) 688-5737
                   CAPACITY:   6,500                                  GRADUATE ASSISTANT:    Jaymie Swift
                AFFILIATION:   NCAA Division I                          ALMA MATER, YEAR:    Texas-El Paso, 2007
               CONFERENCE:     The Summit League                             OFFICE PHONE:   (605) 688-5737
       CONFERENCE WEBSITE:     TheSummitLeague.org
                 PRESIDENT:    Dr. David Chicoine
         ALMA MATER, YEAR:
         ATHLETIC DIRECTOR:
                               South Dakota State, 1969
                               Justin Sell                                TEAM INFORMATION
         ALMA MATER, YEAR:     Bowling Green, 1991
                                                                          2008 OVERALL RECORD:      10-17
                      SWA:     Kathy Heylens
                                                                                   HOME RECORD:     6-4
      ATHLETIC DEPT. PHONE:    (605) 688-5625
                                                                                   AWAY RECORD:     3-9
       TICKET OFFICE PHONE:    (605) 688-5422 or 1-866-GOJACKS
                                                                                NEUTRAL RECORD:     1-4
                                                                          SUMMIT LEAGUE RECORD:     8-8/Fifth
                                                                            FINAL RANKING (POLL):   195 (RPI)
           SPORTS INFORMATION                                           STARTERS RETURNING/LOST:
                                                                   LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST:
                                                                                                    2/4
                                                                                                    8/4
 ASST. AD – SPORTS INFORMATION:      Jason Hove
                 OFFICE PHONE:       (605) 688-4623
                    CELL PHONE:
                         E-MAIL:
                                     (605) 695-1827
                                     Jason.Hove@sdstate.edu              RADIO INFORMATION
    ASST. SID/VOLLEYBALL CONTACT:    Ryan Sweeter                FLAGSHIP RADIO STATION: KJJQ-910 AM
                    OFFICE PHONE:    (605) 688-4822                            CONTACT: Brad DeBeer
                     CELL PHONE:     (605) 376-4422                            ADDRESS: Box 97,
                           E-MAIL:   Ryan.Sweeter@sdstate.edu                            Brookings, SD 57006
                                                                                 PHONE: (605) 692-1430
              GRADUATE ASSISTANT:    Chris McKeown
                                                                                   FAX: (605) 692-4441
                   OFFICE PHONE:     (605) 688-4822
                                                                                 E-MAIL: brad@kcountry102.com
                     CELL PHONE:     (605) 695-6698
                                                                               WEBSITE: BrookingsRadio.com
                          E-MAIL:    Chris.McKeown@sdstate.edu
                                                                                  NOTE: South Dakota State broadcasts all of
                        SID FAX: (605) 688-5999                                          its home volleyball matches live on
                PRESS ROW PHONE: (605) 688-4623                                          KJJQ-910 AM and streaming live on
                                                                                         GoJacks.com.
             SID MAILING ADDRESS: Sports Information Office
                                  2820 HPER Center
                                  Brookings, SD 57007-1497



           VOLLEYBALL HISTORY
              FIRST YEAR OF VOLLEYBALL:   1966
              OVERALL ALL-TIME RECORD:    808-537
      YEARS IN NCAA POSTSEASON/LAST:      6/2007
           LAST POST-SEASON OPPONENT:     #2 Nebraska
                                RESULT:   L, 0-3

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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                                           2009 SCHEDULE
AUGUST
                  28-29           AT WYOMING COWGIRL CLASSIC                          LARAMIE, WY.
   Friday            28           vs. Idaho State                                                                    12 p.m. MT
                     28           at Wyoming                                                                         7 p.m. MT
   Saturday          29           vs. Rutgers (N.J.)                                                                 5 p.m. MT
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –– – – – – – – – –
SEPTEMBER
                     4-5          AT GREEN BAY CLASSIC                                GREEN BAY, WIS.
   Friday              4          vs. Iowa                                                                           4: 30 p.m.
   Saturday            5          at Wisconsin-Green Bay                                                             1: 30 p.m.
                       5          vs. Central Michigan                                                               4: 30 p.m.
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   Friday             11          *CENTENARY                                          Frost Arena                    7 p.m.
   Saturday           12          *ORAL ROBERTS                                       Frost Arena                    4:30 p.m.
   Friday             18          *at Oakland                                         Rochester, Mich.               7 p.m. ET
   Saturday           19          *IPFW                                               Fort Wayne, Ind.               7 p.m. ET
   Tuesday            22          at Creighton                                        Omaha, Neb.                    6 p.m.
   Friday             25          *WESTERN ILLINOIS                                   Frost Arena                    7 p.m.
   Saturday           26          *IUPUI                                              Frost Arena                    7 p.m.
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –– – – – – – – – –
OCTOBER
   Thursday            1          *at UMKC                                            Kansas City, Mo.               7 p.m.
   Saturday            3          *at Southern Utah                                   Cedar City, Utah               7 p.m. MT
   Wednesday           7           at Drake                                           Des Moines, Iowa               6 p.m.
   Saturday           10          *NORTH DAKOTA STATE                                 Frost Arena                    7 p.m.
   Friday             16          *IPFW                                               Frost Arena                    7 p.m.
   Saturday           17          *Oakland                                            Frost Arena                    4 p.m.
   Friday             23          *at IUPUI                                           Indianapolis, Ind.             7 p.m. ET
   Saturday           24          *at Western Illinois                                Macomb, Ill.                   7 p.m.
   Wednesday          28           NORTHERN IOWA                                      Frost Arena                    6 p.m.
   Friday             30          *SOUTHERN UTAH                                      Frost Arena                    7 p.m.
   Saturday           31          *UMKC                                               Frost Arena                    7 p.m.
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –– – – – – – – – –
NOVEMBER
   Saturday            7          *at North Dakota State                              Fargo, N.D.                    7 p.m.
   Friday             13          *at Oral Roberts                                    Tulsa, Okla.                   5 p.m.
   Saturday           14          *at Centenary                                       Shreveport, La.                5 p.m.
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                  21-22           AT THE SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS                  FARGO, N.D.
   Friday            20           Semi-Finals –– #2 Seed vs. #3 Seed                                                 TBD
                     20           Semi-Finals –– #1 Seed vs. #4 Seed                                                 TBD
   Saturday          21           Finals                                                                             TBD


   *Denotes Summit League Match
   – Schedule and start times subject to change
   – All Jackrabbit volleyball home matches can be heard live on KJJQ 910 AM
   – Subscribers to The Jackrabbit Extra can watch and/or listen to every home match streaming live on GoJacks.com

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THE 2009 JACKRABBITS                                                                           SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
NUMERICAL ROSTER
NO.      NAME                        HEIGHT       POS.        YEAR      HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)
 1       Kelly Herrmann               6-0         OH           Fr.      Rapid City, S.D. (Stevens H.S.)
 2       Shay Birath                   5-7         DS          Fr.      Marshall, Minn. (Marshall Senior H.S.)
 4       Molly Janssen*                5-6         DS          So.      Arden Hills, Minn. (Mounds View H.S.)
 5       Fiona Jones                  5-9         OH           Fr.      Bountiful, Utah (Viewmont H.S.)
 7       Kelli Fiegen*                6-3         MB           So.      Parkston, S.D. (Parkston H.S.)
 8       Kaitlin Klingemann           6-3         MB           Fr.      Omaha, Neb. (Millard North H.S.)
10       Stacey Wernert***             5-6         DS          Sr.      Hoffman Estates, Ill. (Shaumburg H.S.)
12       Rebecca Gradoville            5-8         DS          Fr.      Council Bluffs, Iowa (St. Albert H.S.)
13       Nicole Peters**              5-11         S           Jr.      Winnepeg, Manitoba (Westgate Mennonite Collegiate)
15       Ellyce Youngren*              6-2        OH           So.      Brookings, S.D. (Brookings H.S.)
16       Emily Palmer*                 5-7         DS          So.      Sioux Falls, S.D. (Lincoln H.S.)
17       Thyele Rechatiko              5-6          S          Jr.      Porto Alegre, Brazil (Salt Lake CC)
18       Mary Sanderfoot*             6-1         MB           So.      Rochester, Minn. (Century H.S.)
19       Kelsey Hansen                6-3          RS          Fr.      Bennington, Neb. (Bennington H.S.)
20       Ashley Kathol**               6-1         RS          Jr.      Omaha, Neb. (Skutt Catholis H.S.)
         * indicates number of previous letters earned

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
NO.      NAME                        HEIGHT       POS.        YEAR      HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL)
 2       Shay Birath                   5-7         DS          Fr.      Marshall, Minn. (Marshall Senior H.S.)
 7       Kelli Fiegen*                6-3         MB           So.      Parkston, S.D. (Parkston H.S.)
12       Rebecca Gradoville            5-8         DS          Fr.      Council Bluffs, Iowa (St. Albert H.S.)
19       Kelsey Hansen                6-3          RS          Fr.      Bennington, Neb. (Bennington H.S.)
 1       Kelly Herrmann               6-0         OH           Fr.      Rapid City, S.D. (Stevens H.S.)
 4       Molly Janssen*                5-6         DS          So.      Arden Hills, Minn. (Mounds View H.S.)
 5       Fiona Jones                  5-9         OH           Fr.      Bountiful, Utah (Viewmont H.S.)
20       Ashley Kathol**               6-1         RS          Jr.      Omaha, Neb. (Skutt Catholis H.S.)
 8       Kaitlin Klingemann           6-3         MB           Fr.      Omaha, Neb. (Millard North H.S.)
16       Emily Palmer*                5-7          DS          So.      Sioux Falls, S.D. (Lincoln H.S.)
13       Nicole Peters**              5-11         S           Jr.      Winnepeg, Manitoba (Westgate Mennonite Collegiate)
17       Thyele Rechatiko              5-6          S          Jr.      Porto Alegre, Brazil (Salt Lake CC)
18       Mary Sanderfoot*             6-1         MB           So.      Rochester, Minn. (Century H.S.)
10       Stacey Wernert***             5-6         DS          So.      Hoffman Estates, Ill. (Shaumburg H.S.)
15       Ellyce Youngren*              6-2        OH           So.      Brookings, S.D. (Brookings H.S.)
         * indicates number of previous letters earned

COACHING STAFF
            POSITION     NAME                            ALMA MATER, YEAR           YEARS AT SDSU          CAREER RECORD
        Head Coach:      Nanabah Allison-Brewer          New Mexico, 2000           Second Season          10-17
    Assistant Coach:     Cynthia Henning                 Northern Colorado, 1988     First Season
 Graduate Assistant:     Jaymie Swift                    Texas-El Paso, 2007        Second Season
  Student Assistant:     Jason Ruppelt                   ---                         Third Season
  Student Manager:       Jacalyn Seas                    ---                         First Season

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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                       INSIDE    THE   2009 ROSTER
              THE 2009 JACKS BY
           STATE/PROVINCE/COUNTRY
BRAZIL
 Thyele Rechatiko     Jr.   S    Porto Alegre

ILLINOIS
 Stacey Wernert       Sr.   DS   Hoffman Estates

IOWA
 Rebecca Gradoville   Fr.   DS   Council Bluffs

MANITOBA
 Nicole Peters        Jr.   S    Winnipeg

MINNESOTA
 Shay Birath          Fr.   DS   Marshall
 Molly Janssen        So.   DS   Arden Hills
 Mary Sanderfoot      So.   MB   Rochester

NEBRASKA
 Kelsey Hansen        Fr.   RS   Bennington
 Ashley Kathol        Jr.   RS   Omaha
 Kaitlin Klingemann   Fr.   MB   Omaha
                                                          THE 2009 JACKS BY POSITION
SOUTH DAKOTA                                       BLOCKER
 Kelly Herrmann       Fr.   OH   Rapid City         Kelli Fiegen           So.     Parkston, S.D.
 Kelli Fiegen         So.   MB   Parkston           Kaitlin Klingemann     Fr.     Omaha, Neb.
 Emily Palmer         So.   DS   Sioux Falls
 Ellyce Youngren      So.   OH   Brookings         DEFENSIVE SPECIALISTS
                                                    Shay Birath            Fr.     Marshall, Minn.
UTAH                                                Rebecca Gradoville     Fr.     Council Bluffs, Iowa
 Fiona Jones          Fr.   OH   Bountiful          Molly Janssen          So.     Arden Hills, Minn.
                                                    Emily Palmer           So.     Sioux Falls, S.D.
                                                    Stacey Wernert         Sr.     Hoffman Estates, Ill.

                                                   OUTSIDE HITTERS
                                                    Fiona Jones            Fr.     Bountiful, Utah
                                                    Kelly Herrmann         Fr.     Rapid City, S.D.
                                                    Ellyce Youngren        So.     Brookings, S.D.

                                                   MIDDLES
                                                    Mary Sanderfoot        So.     Rochester, Minn.

                                                   RIGHT SIDE HITTER
                                                    Kelsey Hansen          Fr.     Bennington, Neb.
                                                    Ashley Kathol          Jr.     Omaha, Neb.

                                                   SETTERS
                                                    Nicole Peters          Jr.     Winnipeg, Manitoba
                                                    Thyele Rechatiko       Jr.     Porto Alegre, Brazil

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INSIDE       THE     2009 ROSTER                                                                        SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
STARTERS RETURNING (R) AND LOST (L)
                                                             I----------ATTACK----------I I-SET-I I-SERVE-I           I--BLOCKING--I
      NAME                    HT.    CL.   POS.      G        K      E        TA    PCT. ASST.     SA   SE     DIG    BS    BA   BE    BHE
(L)   Mackenzie Angner        6-0 --       OH    99        504 243 1423 .183                 15 21 15          358    11    55 7     2
(L)   Rachel Dahl             5-7 --       DS    98           3      7       24 -.167        26 17 29          332     0     0 0     3
(R)   Kelli Fiegen            6-3 So.      MB    81        191 77           536 .213           7    1 12        24     9    65 9     0
(L)   Melia Iwamoto           5-7 --        S    98         55 41           217 .065 891 24 39                 194     5    28 2 19
(L)   Justine Olsen           5-5 --       DS    91           1      5       26 -.154        18 11 7           208     0     0 0     7
(R)   Ellyce Youngren         6-2 So.      OH 100          256 100          685 .228           9 15 15          60    16    63 12    2
– –   – – – – – – – – –       – – – – –    – – – – –       – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                – – –   – –   – – – – – –
OTHER KEY RETURNERS
                                                             I----------ATTACK----------I I-SET-I I-SERVE-I           I--BLOCKING--I
    NAME               HT. CL.             POS.      G        K      E        TA    PCT. ASST.     SA   SE  DIG       BS    BA   BE    BHE
    Ashley Kathol      6-1 Jr.             RS      88      103 67           427 .084           9    0 1 61             2 20 11     2
    Nicole Peters     5-11 Jr.              S      71       30 23           124 .056         97     4 7 52             1 32 1      6
    Stacey Wernert     5-6 Sr.             DS      95         2      5       15 -.200        16     5 11 298           0   0 0     7
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –            – – –   – –     – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                  – – – – – – – –
OTHER KEY LOSSES
    None
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
REMAINING ROSTER RETURNING (R) AND LOST (L)
                                                             I----------ATTACK----------I I-SET-I I-SERVE-I           I--BLOCKING--I
      NAME               HT. CL.           POS.      G        K     E        TA    PCT. ASST.     SA    SE  DIG       BS    BA   BE    BHE
(L)   Trisha Birr       5-10 So.           OH      56       23 20           99 .030           6    0 0        9        2   9 2     1
(R)   Molly Janssen      5-6 So.           DS       4        0      0         0 .000          0    4 2        4        0   0 0     0
(R)   Emily Palmer      5-7 So.            DS      13        0      0         2 .000          0    1 2 29              0   1 0     0
(L)   Rebecca Poeppel   6-2 --             MH      51       27 23          110 .036           3    0 0        4        1 27 5      1
(R)   Mary Sanderfoot   6-1 So.            MB       6        1      0         5 .200          1    0 0        0        0   1 0     0
– –   – – – – – – – – – – – – – –          – – –   – –     – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                  – – – – – – – –
NEWCOMERS
      NAME                                  HT       CL.          POS.      HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL)
       Shay Birath                             5-7     Fr.        DS        Marhall, Minn. (Marshall Senior H.S.)
Four-time all-conference selection; three-year captain; four conference and section titles; one state title; honor roll student
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       Rebecca Gradoville                      5-8      Fr.       DS        Council Bluffs, Iowa (St. Albert H.S.)
Two-time all-state and all-southwest Iowa selection; two-time team MVP; earned 15 varsity letters in high school; honor roll student
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       Kelsey Hansen                           6-3     Fr.        RS        Bennington, Neb. (Bennington H.S.)
Two-time all-state and all-area honorable mention selection; high school’s record holder in kills, blocks and aces; honor roll student
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       Kelly Herrmann                          6-0     Fr.        OH        Rapid City, S.D. (Stevens H.S.)
First-team all-conference, all-state and all-tournament as a senior; state champion as a junior; four-year honor roll student
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       Fiona Jones                             5-9      Fr.       OH        Bountiful, Utah (Viewmont H.S.)
Davis County (Utah) Miss Volleyball 2008; numerous all-state and all-tournament team honors; four-year honor roll student
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       Kaitlin Klingemann                      6-3      Fr.      MB         Omaha, Neb. (Millard North H.S.)
First-team all-state, super-state second-team, all-metro first team selection as a senior; four-year honor roll student; honor graduate
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       Thyele Rechatiko                        5-6      Jr.        S        Porto Alegre, Brazil (Salt Lake CC)
2008 NJCAA Tournament consolation champion; recorded 1,015 set assists in one season at Salt Lake CC


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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                                               SDSU MEDIA POLICY
                                                     POST-MATCH PRESS CONFERENCE                        • Credentials will not be granted to any
                                                       A post-match press conference may be held          agency operating sites that are in any way
                                                     after select home matches in the Ginn Trophy         affiliated with gambling, or to freelance or
                                                     Room located on the second floor of the              fan-based sites not affiliated with a legiti
                                                     Stanley J. Marshall HPER Center.The visiting         mate news-gathering organization.
                                                     team goes first, followed by SDSU players and
                                                     coaches. Press conferences can also be viewed         The final decision for credentials remains at
                                                     on the Frost Arena video board.                    the sole discretion of SDSU sports information
                                                                                                        personnel. Failure to abide by the guidelines
                                                     PHOTOGRAPHERS                                      outlined on this page may result in revocation
                                                       The South Dakota State Athletic Department       of media credentials.
                                                     asks that photographers (live and still) do not
                                                     interfere with the sight lines of spectators.      STATISTICS
                                                     Video may be shot from the upper-level track         The South Dakota State University Sports
INTERVIEW POLICY                                                                                        Information Office keeps official statistics and
                                                     on the east, west and south sides of Frost
  The South Dakota State University Sports                                                              distributes final statistics to teams and mem-
                                                     Arena. At court level, photographers must
Information Office strives to comply with all                                                           bers of the media within 15 minutes after the
                                                     remain outside the team areas and in a posi-
legitimate interview requests for Jackrabbit                                                            conclusion of the match.
                                                     tion as to not interfere with the match.
coaches, student-athletes and administrators in
a timely fashion.                                    –ALL CREDENTIALS ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE–             ON THE WEB
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                                                                                                        ball team on the web by logging onto the offi-
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hours in advance Monday through Thursday.                                                               cial website of SDSU Athletics GOJACKS.COM
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   Media members may not contact student-                                                                  Read the latest news releases, game recaps
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athletes directly without approval.                                                                     and box scores. Read the latest game notes,
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not release the phone numbers of student-ath-                                                           photos from recent home matches.
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the sports information or coaches office.                                                               every home match and select road matches.
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letes prior to a contest on the day of the game,
but may do so 10 minutes after the conclusion
of contests by contacting a member of the
sports information staff or coaching staff.

CREDENTIALS
   All media credential requests for SDSU vol-
leyball home games should be directed to
assistant sports information director Ryan
Sweeter or sports information director Jason
Hove at least 24 hours prior to the event.
   Credentials will be mailed if requests are
received a week or more in advance.
Otherwise, credentials may be picked up at
the Jackrabbit Ticket Office inside the Stanley J.
Marshall HPER Center weekdays from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m., or at the Frost Arena ticket table 60
minutes to the start of the event.
   Only working media will be allowed court-
side access in Frost Arena. Media requiring
access to phone lines and Internet for photo or
story transmission should contact the SDSU
sports information office in advance of the
match to assist in seating assignments, etc.

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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009   2009 SEASON PREVIEW




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2009 SEASON PREVIEW                                                                                  SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
  The 2009 Jackrabbit volleyball team                                                     better sense of the technical aspects of
enters the season with high hopes of not                                                  coach Allison-Brewer’s system
only returning to The Summit League                                                          Incoming freshmen Fiona Jones and
Championships, but returning to the                                                       Kelly Herrmann should make an immedi-
NCAA Tournament as well.                                                                  ate impact on the program. The two out-
   Now in their second year of the                                                        side hitters both bring an explosive swing
Nanabah Allison-Brewer era, the 2009                                                      that adds that dynamic presence needed
Jacks enter the season with greater depth                                                 to reach the season’s goals.
than in 2008. Utilizing that depth makes                                                     Sophomore Mary Sanderfoot adds
this team more dynamic, less predicable                                                   depth and brings a working knowledge
and tougher for opponents to prepare for,                                                 of the system to the squad, skills that
all key elements to winning in The                                                        could pay dividends as the season pro-
Summit League, especially on the road.                                                    gresses.
  “It’s never easy to win on the road in                                                     More than just offensive threats, the
The Summit League,” said Allison-                                                         athleticism and awareness of Youngren
Brewer. “Every team in our conference                                                     and Fiegen make them huge defensive
plays tough at home and every set mat-                                                    threats as well. The Jacks top two block-
ters, so any road win could make the dif-                                                 ers from a year ago, coupled with the
ference between making the league tour- KELLI FIEGEN missed four matches in 2008          height and skill of Klingemann and
nament or going home empty handed at due to injury, but still led the team with 65        Hansen, gives the Jacks a much-
end of the season.”                          block assists.                               improved defense for opponents to con-
   Along with winning on the road, the                                                    tend with.
                                               To achieve the tangible results of wins
Jacks also need to continue developing                                                       Allison-Brewer fully expects freshmen
                                             and losses, the Jackrabbits need the
leaders on a young team that features                                                     Kaitlin Klingemann and Kelsey Hansen to
                                             intangibles from the players on the floor.
just one senior, two returning juniors, five                                              battle for playing time in the middle and
                                             Along with working on their physical and
sophomores and seven newcomers.                                                           on the right side. Attackers in the future,
                                             mental strength in the offseason, the
                                                                                          their height gives them the ability to step
                                             Jacks worked on improving their ball
                                                                                          in and contribute right away as blockers.
                                             handling skills, which enables them to
                                                                                          Both come from a competitive club team
                                             quickly engage in their upbeat offensive
                                             tempo and utilize all of the attackers.
                                                Ellyce Youngren and Kelli Fiegen lead
                                             that group of attackers, and both return
                                             for the sophomore seasons stronger,
                                             healthy and ready to take the next step
                                             in their development as key offensive fig-
                                             ures.
                                                Junior Ashley Kathol continues to
                                             develop into a consistent figure on the
                                             right side, where Allison-Brewer expects
                                             her to compete for a starting roll. Kathol
                                             can attack from the front and the back
                                             row, but boosted her stock by improving
                                             her defensive and serve receive passing
                                             skills.
                                                Every attacker worked hard to improve
                                             in the offseason, all performed well in
                                             the spring and continued to improve
The only Jackrabbit to start all 100 sets in throughout the summer. They also             ASHLEY KATHOL came off the bench in her
2008, ELLYCE YOUNGREN earned Summit          worked on their mental game to get a         first two seasons, but should battle for at
League all-freshman team honors.                                                          starting roll on the right side in 2009.


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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                           2009 SEASON PREVIEW
in Omaha, so the already share good                                                       adjustments they may need to make.
chemistry to go along with their great                                                       A trip to the Green Bay Classic comes
court awareness.                                                                          up next, where the Jacks play more
    Brining in an experienced setter ranked                                               regional teams, but with stiffer competi-
high on Allison-Brewer’s to do list in the                                                tion than in Wyoming. Matches against
offseason, and she found exactly what                                                     Iowa, Central Michigan and host
she wanted in junior college transfer                                                     Wisconsin-Green Bay pose a good chal-
Thyele Rechatiko. She played at a cham-                                                   lenge for the Jacks, as all three oppo-
pionship level at the NJCAA level and                                                     nents come into 2009 after solid 2008
should be able to make an immediate                                                       campaigns.
impact.                                                                                      Regional non-conference matches
   “Thyele plays at a great pace and her                                                  against Creighton and Drake on the
set location allows her to get in a rhythm                                                road, as well as a home contest against
with the hitters,” said Allison-Brewer.                                                   2008 NCAA Tournament qualifier
“She also adds a physical presence and a                                                  Northern gives the Jacks an opportunity
great jump serve that gives us that com-                                                  to boost their RPI heading into confer-
petitive edge that we need to move for-                                                   ence play.
ward.”                                                                                       North Dakota State remains the team
    Nicole Peters returns for her third sea-                                              to beat when Summit League play
                                             The Jacks only senior, STACEY WERNERT
son with more experience and with the        embraced a leadership role in the spring,    begins in September. The Bison did not
ability to play multiple positions on the    setting the stage for the 2009 season.       lose a conference match in 2008, on
floor. Along with her setting, she can also                                               their way to representing the league in
fill in as an attacker or blocker.              One of three players to wear the off-     the NCAA Tournament.
   The Jackrabbits lone senior, Stacey       colored jersey in 2008, Wernert already         “No team in the league can overlook
Wernert embraced her role as the leader      earned the libero job for 2009.              any conference opponent,” said Allison-
on the team, starting with in the spring.      “Even with her high energy style, she’s Brewer. “Every Summit League team the
Playing with high energy and confidence, always in control,” said Allison-Brewer.         got better in the offseason, and I expect
she set an example that the younger          “She leaves it all on the floor every day,   the standings to get crowded at the top,
players on the team followed.                and the rest of the team feeds off of that, which is a good thing for all of us.”
                                             which can only help us.”
                                                Emily Palmer and Molly Janssen made
                                             huge strides as defensive players from
                                             their freshman to sophomore years, earn-
                                             ing them both a chance to compete for
                                             significant playing time or perhaps even
                                             a starting role.
                                                Freshman Shay Birath earned all-tour-
                                             nament team honors with her club team
                                             at junior nationals in Miami, Fla., and
                                             brings us a high level of play to the
                                             defensive specialists that should allow
                                             her to immediately battle for playing
                                             time.
                                               The Jackrabbits open the season at the
                                             Wyoming Cowgirl Classic in Laramie, Wy.,
                                             with matches against Idaho State,
                                             Rutgers and host Wyoming. Playing
                                             regional competition from good confer-
Along with setting skills, NICOLE PETERS     ences allows the coaching staff to quickly EMILY PALMER played in just 13 sets as a
can also be effective as an attacker, adding see what the team does well and what        freshman, but worked hard in the offseason
solid depth at both positions in 2009.                                                  to earn more time as a sophomore in 2009.

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SDSU ATHLETICS MISSION STATEMENT                                                                         SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

      VISION, MISSION & VALUES OF THE SDSU ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT
Every undertaking of South Dakota State University is driven by a common force — a relentless commitment to excellence. Within
the Athletic Department, excellence is measured by much more than wins and losses. We are committed to providing each and
every student-athlete with a comprehensive collegiate experience that is second to none. Every decision that guides our program is
made with the student-athlete in mind. Is Athletic Achievement important? Yes, because it is the fundamental purpose of the stu-
dent-athlete experience. Is Social Responsibility a vital component? Yes, we expect to contribute to the well-being of our campus,
community and state. How about Positive Student-Athlete Experiences and Competitive Success? Those also define our program
because they are integral to the student athlete’s growth. That is what it means to be student-centered, and why our vision is:

                                                                             VISION: To be a premier student-centered
                                                                             collegiate athletic program.
                                                                             How will SDSU Athletics achieve that vision? By working tire-
                                                                             lessly to create a special place where student-athletes who
                                                                             share our drive and determination can develop life skills that
                                                                             lead not only to athletic success, but pave the way for victo-
                                                                             ries long into their lives. The important work of creating that
                                                                             setting is the heart of our mission:




MISSION: To passionately and relentlessly create an
environment, rooted in sportsmanship and ethical
conduct, where motivated student-athletes can
develop into lifelong champions.
To be a lifelong champion, one must maintain a discipline of taking the
highest road. Similarly, SDSU is guided by a stringent value set that will
not be compromised:




                                                                             VALUES: Honesty, equity, academic integrity,
                                                                             fiscal integrity and social responsibility with
                                                                             the expectation of competing at the highest
                                                                             level.

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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009   JACKRABBIT COACHING STAFF




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HEAD COACH NANA ALLISON-BREWER                                                                          SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
                       HIGH SCHOOL: FARMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL, FARMINGTON, N.M. - 1995
                       FAMILY: HUSBAND - JOSEPH BREWER
                               DAUGHTERS - I’YAWA DAISY (6) AND SEE-NA-NE NANABAH CURLY (3)
                       EDUCATION: B.S. STATISTICS – UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO - 2000
                                  M.A. HIGHER EDUCATION – UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA - 2006
                       PLAYING CAREER: FOUR-YEAR LETTERWINNER AT NEW MEXICO – 1996-99
                                       GOLD MEDAL WINNER – 1997 AND 2006 INDIGENOUS GAMES
                       COLLEGE COACHING CAREER: HEAD COACH - SOUTH DAKOTA STATE - JULY 2008-PRESENT
                                                ASSISTANT COACH - DARTMOUTH COLLEGE - 2006-07
                                                VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT - UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA - 2004-06

  Nana (pronounced Nah-na) Allison-           Preparatory & Leadership School in              played on a Native American volleyball
Brewer took over the Jackrabbit volley-       Tucson, Ariz.                                   team comprised of former and current
ball program in 2008 after two years as         One of just a handful of Native               college players, and won the gold
an assistant coach and recruiting coor-       Americans (Navajo) to play and coach            medal at the North American
dinator at Dartmouth College in               at the Division I level, Allison-Brewer         Indigenous Games in Denver, Colo.
Hanover, N.H., where the Big Green            earned four varsity letters at the                 An active member in sports organiza-
compiled a 27-21 record and a pair of         University of New Mexico from 1995 to           tions like the U.S. Volleyball Diversity
fourth place finishes in The Ivy League.      1999, compiling 1,005 digs and 195              Committee, Allison-Brewer represented
  A Farmington, N.M. native, Allison-         service aces for the Lobos in 417               the U.S. Olympic Committee at the
Brewer joined the Dartmouth staff after       games over 118 matches.                         International Olympic Academy held in
completing her master’s degree in high-         When she graduated in 2000 with a             Olympia, Greece in 1998.
er education and serving as a volunteer       degree in statistics, Allison-Brewer
assistant coach at the University of          ranked eighth at New Mexico in career
Arizona, where in her final year, the         digs and in career service aces.
Wildcats advanced in the elite eight at         The 1998 Western Athletic
the 2006 NCAA tournament.                     Conference Defensive Specialist-of-the-
  Before continuing her education at          Year, the Native American Sports
Arizona, Allison-Brewer served as the         Council tabbed her the Woman Sport
head coach for Chinle High School in          Warrior-of-the-Year in 1999.
Arizona, Kirtland Central High School in        In addition to her volleyball skills,
New Mexico and Sabino High School in          Allison-Brewer played on the 1997
Arizona, earning Coach-of-the-Year for        Lobo women’s basketball team that
the Arizona Grand Canyon District 4A in       won the WAC postseason title and
2000 and for the New Mexico District          advanced to the NCAA Tournament.
1-4A in 2001. She also worked for two           Adding to her list of accomplish-
years as the Athletic Director at Ha:san      ments, on July 7, 2006, Allison-Brewer

   ALLISON-BREWER, MORE THAN A COACH
 2000-PRESENT – USA Volleyball Diversity Commission
 2006-PRESENT – AVCA Minority Coaches Committee
 2007-PRESENT – Founder/President - Native American Volleyball Acadamy
 2006-08 – Dartmouth Native American Council
 1998, 2000, 2002, 2005 – Native Visions Multi-Sports Camps
 2000 – Native American Program College of Engineers
 1997, 2006 – North American Indigenous Games, Gold Medal Winner
 2007-08 – Minority Coaches Clinics - Hunter College & Navajo Prep

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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                 HEAD COACH NANA ALLISON-BREWER
  The founder and president of the
Native American Volleyball Academy
(NAVA), Allison-Brewer remains active
numerous organizations, including the
American Volleyball Coaches Association
(AVCA) Minority Coaches Committee
and as a member of the USA Volleyball
Diversity Commission.
  Allison-Brewer and her husband
Joseph Brewer have two girls, I’yawa
Daisy (6) and See-na-ne Nanabah Curly
Brewer (3).
  Allison-Brewer compiled a 10-17 in
her first season on the Jackrabbit bench,
but finished strong, giving the team
high hopes for a top finish in The
Summit League.
                                             Nana and her husband Joseph Brewer have two daughters, I’yawa Daisy (6) and
                                             See-na-ne Nanabah Curly (3)


                                              JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL COACHING RECORDS
                                            YEAR       RECORD         COACH          YEAR          RECORD          COACH
                                            1966        7-0           Pat Hale       1989          27-20           Janet Stumps
                                            1967        5-3           Pat Hale       1990           28-7           Janet Stumps
                                            1968        11-1          Pat Hale       1991          16-17           Al Schneider
     BYRNE        MARSKE       PALILEO      1969        7-0           Pat Hale       1992          14-19           Al Schneider
                                            1970        4-3           Sue Yeager     1993          19-12           Mary Byrne
       SDSU COACHES BY VICTORIES            1971        11-2          Sue Yeager     1994          18-15           Mary Byrne
  COACH              YEARS    W-L   PCT.    1972        9-12          Sue Yeager     1995          17-16           Mary Byrne
  Mary Byrne           8   175-88 .665             (won AIAW State Championship)     1996          21-14           Mary Byrne
  Ruth Marske          8   172-108 .614     1973         18-4         Ruth Marske    1997           26-9           Mary Byrne
  Andrew Palileo       7    154-86 .642                                                     (North Central Regional runner-up)
                                            1974        20-11         Ruth Marske
  Deb Allyn            5   101-98 .505                                               1998            23-9          Mary Byrne
                                                   (won AIAW State Championship)
  Janet Stumps         3     75-44 .540                                                     (North Central Regional qualifier)
  Kathy DeDeyn         2     37-38 .493     1975         25-5         Ruth Marske
  Pat Hale             4     30-4 .822             (won AIAW State Championship)     1999            22-9          Mary Byrne
  Sue Yeager           3     24-17 .585     1976         32-9         Ruth Marske    2000            29-4          Mary Byrne
  Al Schneider         2    20-36 .357      1977        28-18         Ruth Marske    (NCC Champion, North Central Regional runner-up)
  Nana Allison-Brewer 1     10-17 .370             (won AIAW State Championship)     2001            28-6          Andrew Palileo
                                            1978        20-27         Ruth Marske               (NCAA Division II runner-up)
  SDSU COACHES BY WINNING PERCENTAGE        1979        12-20         Ruth Marske    2002            28-7          Andrew Palileo
  COACH              YEARS    W-L   PCT.                                                    (North Central Regional runner-up)
                                            1980        17-14         Ruth Marske
  Pat Hale             4      30-4 .822                                              2003           13-19          Andrew Palileo
                                                   (won AIAW State Championship)
  Mary Byrne           8   175-88 .665                                               2004           22-12          Andrew Palileo
  Andrew Palileo       7    154-86 .642     1981        20-18         Kathy DeDeyn
                                            1982        17-20         Kathy DeDeyn   2005           16-19          Andrew Palileo
  Ruth Marske          8   172-108 .614
  Sue Yeager           3     24-17 .585     1983        24-16         Deb Allyn      2006           22-12          Andrew Palileo
  Janet Stumps         3     75-44 .540     1984        23-23         Deb Allyn      2007           25-11          Andrew Palileo
  Deb Allyn            5    101-98 .505     1985        10-20         Deb Allyn       (Summit League Champion, NCAA Tournament)
  Kathy DeDeyn         2     37-38 .493     1986        23-23         Deb Allyn      2008         10-17         N. Allison-Brewer
  Nana Allison-Brewer 1      10-17 .370
                                            1987        21-17         Deb Allyn      43 YEARS     808-537          TEN COACHES
  Al Schneider         2     20-36 .357
                                            1988        20-17         Janet Stumps

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ASSISTANT COACH CYNTHIA HENNING                                                                                    SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
                                   HIGH SCHOOL: EAST HIGH SCHOOL, CHEYENNE, WY. – 1983
                                   EDUCATION: B.S. ENGLISH EDUCATION – NORTHERN COLORADO - 1988
                                              M.A. ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION – NORTHERN COLORADO - 1990
                                   PLAYING CAREER: TWO-YEAR LETTERWINNER AT EASTERN WYOMING – 1984-85
                                                   TWO-YEAR LETTERWINNER AT NORTHERN COLORADO – 1986-87
                                   COLLEGE COACHING CAREER: HEAD COACH - DAKOTA STATE - 1999-2008
                                                            ASSISTANT COACH - SOUTH DAKOTA - 1991-92
                                   H.S. COACHING CAREER: RANGELY H.S. - RANGELY, COLO. – 1990-92
                                                         WASHINGTON H.S. - SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – 1992-99

  South Dakota State Athletics and                          Cynthia’s loyalty to the state of South       she earned a bachelor's degree in
head volleyball coach Nana Allison-                      Dakota runs deep, which I admire, and            English education and master's degree
Brewer announced the hiring of Cynthia                   know, will assist us in bringing the best        in athletic administration.
Henning as the Jackrabbits new assis-                    recruits to South Dakota State. We have            Before joining the staff at Dakota
tant volleyball coach on Jan. 23, 2009.                  the utmost confidence the she will do a          State, Henning coached at Sioux Falls
  “We are truly excited to welcome                       great job for us here at SDSU!”                  Washington High School, where she led
Cynthia to the Jackrabbit family,” said                     Henning joins the Jackrabbits after           the Warriors to six consecutive state
SDSU head volleyball coach Nana                          nine seasons at the helm of the Dakota           tournament appearances and state
Allison-Brewer. “She impressed us with                   State (S.D.) volleyball program, where           tournament runner-up finishes in 1998,
her love for the game, commitment to                     she compiled a 117-151 career record.            1999 and 2000.
her players, passion to learn and simply                 During her tenure at Dakota State, the             Prior to her tenure at Washington, she
her genuine spirit. Her values and                       volleyball program underwent a trans-            worked as an assistant coach at the
coaching philosophy shows that she                       formation from a bottom dweller to a             University of South Dakota for two sea-
cares deeply about the development of                    top team in the Dakota Athletic                  sons. Henning began her coaching
the student-athlete; physically, mentally,               Conference.                                      career at Rangely High School in
emotionally and spiritually.                                Along the way, Henning's Trojans              Rangely, Colo., where her teams won
                                                         rewrote almost every volleyball record,          Conference Championships four consec-
                                                         with over 30 of Henning's athletes in            utive years and made two state tourna-
                                                         the record books. Henning coached                ment appearances.
                                                         teams also hold the school single-match
                                                         records for kills, aces, digs, blocks and
                                                         set assists.
                                                            In total, Henning coached 20 DAC
                                                         Players of the Week, 12 all-conference
                                                         and five all-region players. She also
                                                         coached the Dakota Athletic Conference
                                                         Libero of the Year in 2005.
                                                            Henning’s volleyball teams also
                                                         excelled in the classroom, where in her
                                                         nine years, 41 players earned academic
                                                         all-conference and nine earned aca-
                                                         demic All-American honors. Her teams
                                                         also consistently ranked at or above a
                                                         3.0 cumulative grade point average.
                                                            Henning's collegiate playing career
                                                         began at Eastern Wyoming Junior
                                                         College and then continued at the
Courtesy: Dakota State Athletics                         University of Northern Colorado, where                             Courtesy: Dakota State Athletics


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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                          GRADUATE ASSISTANT JAYMIE SWIFT
                    BIRTH DATE: FEBRUARY 21, 1984 – SAN CARLOS, ARIZ.                          Miners with 291 digs on the season,
                    HIGH SCHOOL: MIAMI HIGH SCHOOL – MIAMI, ARIZ.                              recording 20 or more digs in four matches,
                      EDUCATION: B.S. HEALTH PROMOTION – TEXAS-EL PASO, 2007                   including a career-high 30 against
                                 M.S. NUTRITION – SOUTH DAKOTA STATE - 2008-PRESENT            Southern Methodist, which tied for the
                      PLAYING CAREER: TWO-YEAR LETTERWINNER AT TEXAS-EL PASO – 2004-05         third best total for a five-game match in
                                      TWO-YEAR LETTERWINNER AT YAVAPAI COLLEGE – 2002-03       UTEP history. Swift’s previous career-high
                                      GOLD MEDAL WINNER – 2006 INDIGINOUS GAMES                of 29 digs against Boise State still ranks
                      EXPERIENCE: ASSISTANT COACH - DARTMOUTH COLLEGE - 2007                   second all-time for a four-game match.
   Jaymie Swift joined the Jackrabbit staff       2004. The team finished 11th in Arizona        The 2004 Miners finished with a disap-
in 2008 as a graduate assistant coach fol- and in the Top-25 during the National               pointing 10-15 overall record, but with the
lowing a one year stint as an assistant at        Qualifier Cross Roads Tournament in          help of Swift, came back to finish 2005
Dartmouth and after a standout playing            Denver.                                      with a 21-10 record, the program’s best
career at the University of Texas-El Paso.          A San Carlos, Ariz., native, Swift trans-  mark since 1989. The Miners posted a
   “Not only did I coach with Jaymie, but I ferred to UTEP after two seasons at                10-6 mark in their inaugural season in
won a gold medal with her at the                  Yavapai Junior College in Prescott, Ariz.,   Conference USA and stormed into the
Indigenous games in 2006,” said head              where she earned NJCAA Region I first-       semifinals of the conference tournament
coach Nana Allison-Brewer. “She brings            team and all-conference honors as a soph- for the first time in school history.
great experience on and off the court, and omore in 2003.                                        A year after leading the Miners in digs,
I couldn’t be happier that she decided to           Swift’s career at UTEP actually started    Swift led the team in set assists and in
come to SDSU.”                                    with a 3-2 loss to South Dakota State on service aces in 2005 as a senior. Her 80
   In addition to her season on the bench         Sept. 8, 2004, the Jackrabbits second win set assists against Baylor still ranks as the
at Dartmouth, Swift coached the Yavapai           at the Division I level. Despite the loss to second highest total for a five-game match
Juniors Volleyball Club in Prescott, Ariz., in the Jacks, Swift bounced back to lead the in UTEP history.

                                                                                JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL STAFF
                          JASON                                         NATHAN MOE            tant in the strength and conditioning
                         RUPPELT                                         HEAD STRENGTH &      program at the University of Texas in
                   STUDENT ASSISTANT COACH                              CONDITIONING COACH    Austin. He also worked in private busi-
                                                                                              ness in physical fitness in Austin, Texas
                     Jason Ruppelt returns                          Certified Strength        and in Fargo, N.D.
                   to the Jackrabbit vol-                         and Conditioning               A certified Strength and Conditioning
                   leyball staff for a third                      Specialist Nathan Moe       Specialist, Moe is a member of the
                   season in 2009.                                enters his fifth year       National Strength and Conditioning
   A senior math major from Springfield,       directing the strength and conditioning        Association, USA Weightlifting and the
S.D., Ruppelt assists the coaching staff       program at South Dakota State.                 Collegiate Strength and Conditioning
in practice, match preparation and in             Moe joined the Jackrabbit coaching          Coaches Association.
day-to-day operations.                         staff in August 2005, after heading the           Moe graduated from Moorhead State
   Mostly a self-taught player, his inter-     strength and conditioning program at           University (Minn.) in 1997, where he
est in volleyball began in 2003, when          Eastern Illinois University for three          earned all-conference honors as a line-
he watched his sister play in high             years.                                         backer for the 1995 Northern Sun
school, but it really sparked when he             He previously worked as the assistant       Intercollegiate Conference champion
saw Nebraska play on television.               strength and conditioning coach at Rice        Dragons.
   He started practicing on his own from       University in Houston, Texas, where he           Moe and his wife Colleen have one
there, and the more he played, the             worked with the football strength pro-         son, Zachary and one daughter Kylie.
more he loved the game.                        gram, while being directly responsible
  Ruppelt graduated from Bon Homme             for at least five other sports, something
High School in Tyndall, S.D., in 2006,         he also does at SDSU.
and hopes to coach college volleyball             From 1997 through the spring of
full time after he graduates in 2010.          1999, Moe worked as a graduate assis-
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NANA ALLISON-BREWER           SONJA ANDERSON             JARED BASZLER              CLINT BROWN                  JAY BUBAK              MARK BURGERS                MIKE BURGERS             BETH CLARKE
     HEAD VOLLEYBALL         WOMEN’S EQUIPMENT MGR.       HEAD GOLF COACH             ASST. FOOTBALL             ASST. FOOTBALL         ASSOC. AD - EXTERNAL      ASSOC. AD-DEVELOPMENT      TICKETS SECRATARY




   ROD DEHAVEN                  TIM DEWITT               BRAD ERICKSON                KATIE FALCO            JENNA FRIEDRICH               NED GAVLICK             DOUG HAGMAN              AUSTIN HANSEN
HEAD TRACK & CROSS COUNTRY     EQUIPMENT MANAGER        HEAD SWIM/DIVE COACH     ASST. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL     ASST. AD – BUDGET        ANNUAL FUND COORDINATOR     GROUNDS SUPERVISOR      ASST. MEN’S BASKETBALL




   DON HANSON                 MARTIN HANSON                BEN HEINZE             CYNTHIA HENNING             KATHY HEYLENS                JASON HOVE               JOE HUMPHREY              PHIL HURLEY
   HEAD TENNIS COACH             BARN MANAGER           ASST. ATHLETIC TRAINER       ASST. VOLLEYBALL       ASSOC. AD-COMPLIANCE/SWA    ASST. AD-SPORTS INFO      ASSOC. HC - EQUESTRIAN      ASST. SWIMMING




 AARON JOHNSTON               SHARON KENDALL              ALEX KRINGEN             ROB KLINKEFUS               JOANNA LANE                 JASON LILES              TAMMY LOBAN            LYNDON MCDOWELL
HEAD WOMEN’S BASKETBALL            ACCOUNTING           ASST. AD-DEVELOPMENT      ASST. MEN’S BASKETBALL         HEAD SOFTBALL          HEAD WRESTLING COACH         SENIOR SECRETARY       ASST. TRACK & FIELD




  MEGAN MCGEE                  LUKE MEADOWS              LAURIE MELUM            SHAWN MENNENGA                NATHAN MOE               SHANNON MOORE               SCOTT NAGY              LEANN NELSON
 HEAD EQUESTRIAN COACH        ASSOC. HC – FOOTBALL      ACADEMIC COORDINATOR          ASST. FOOTBALL         HEAD STRENGTH COACH            ASST. FOOTBALL        HEAD MEN’S BASKETALL      ACADEMIC SECRETARY




BERNADETTE OLSON               ROB PETERSON               RITCHIE PRICE             DIANE RIEKEN             TREVOR ROIGER             NATASHA SCHREIBER JOHN STIEGELMEIER                  DAVID ST. JOHN
  ASST. ATHLETIC TRAINER     ASSOCIATE AD - INTERNAL       HEAD BASEBALL            ATHLETIC SECRATARY       ASST. ATHLETIC TRAINER     COMPLIANCE SECRETARY       HEAD FOOTBALL COACH      ASST. TRACK & FIELD




  JUSTIN SWANSON               RYAN SWEETER             BROCK THOMPSON            LANG WEDEMEYER            CHRISTI WILLIAMS           MARY BETH ZWART
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JACKRABBIT SENIOR                                                                                                                                       SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

                                        #10         STACEY WERNERT • 5-6 • SENIOR • DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST
                                                      HOFFMAN ESTATES, ILL.                           •    SHAUMBURG, H.S.                            •   HPER MAJOR

                                                                                                     CAREER STATISTICS
                                       YEAR              SP-MP            K       E         TA      PCT.          A        SA        SE         RE        DIGS          BS         BA       BE      BHE
                                       2006……            86-32            5       4         17     .059          7        10        24         15         139            0          0         0       1
                                       2007……            96-33            3       2         12     .083          4        10        20         24         154            0          0         0       2
                                       2008……            95-27            2       5         15    -.200         16         5        11         20         298            0          0         0       0
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                                       CAREER…. 277-92                  10      11         44 -.023            27         25        55         59         591            0          0        0        3
                                                                                       CAREER HIGHS
KILLS ........................................1, ten times, last vs. at Centenary 11/16/08        DIGS ..................................................................... 25, vs. Drake, 10/20/08
ATTACKS ......................................................... 4, vs. Robert Morris, 9/23/06   BLOCK ASSISTS ...........................................................................................
SET ASSISTS.......................................... 3, at North Dakota State, 11/11/06          SOLO BLOCKS..............................................................................................
SERVICE ACES ................................. 2, three times, last vs. Maine, 11/24/07           TOTAL BLOCKS .............................................................................................


2008: Played in 95 of the teams 100 sets in all 27 matches                                                                                over Lamar (9/16) ... tallied 10
as both a defensive specialist and the libero ... the team’s                                                                                  digs again in a Jackrabbit
only junior finished third on the team with 298 digs ...                                                                                         sweep of Texas Pan-
added five service aces and 16 set assists ... set a                                                                                              American (10/7) ... set a
career-high with 25 digs vs. Drake (10/20) ...                                                                                                     career high with 13 digs in
recorded double-digit digs in 17 matches                                                                                                           a 3-0 sweep at Montana
                                                                                                                                                  (10/30) ... closed out fresh-
2007: Played in 96 games over 33 of                                                                                                             man campaign with a kill,
the team’s 36 matches ... recorded                                                                                                           ace and six digs at the
double-digit digs in five matches                                                                                                      Independent Tournament at North
... tied a career high with 13                                                                                                         Dakota State (11/11)
digs in a home win over
Centenary (11/9) ... tallied                                                                                                 Before SDSU: earned all-conference and
ten digs in the Jacks five-                                                                                               all-area honors for Schaumburg High School
game win over IPFW in The                                                                                              in 2005 ... also received all-academic honors
Summit League                                                                                                           from the Mid-Suburban League and Illinois
Championship match                                                                                                       High School Association ... at the club level,
(11/17) ... named to The                                                                                                  she has been a member of the Sports
Summit League Academic                                                                                                     Performance program, one of the top girls’
All-League team                                                                                                             volleyball clubs in the nation ... her Sports
                                                                                                                               Performance 18 Navy squad qualified for
2006: Played in 32 match-                                                                                                         the 2005 national tournament in Salt
es, making one start ...                                                                                                            Lake City, Utah
recorded first career dig at
the Jackrabbit Kickoff
Tournament in the Jacks 3-2 win
over Gonzaga (8/26) ... recorded first
career kill and added a dig and a serv-
ice ace at the Wisconsin Inntowner
Invitational against #9 Wisconsin
(9/2) ... reached double-digit digs
(10) for the first time in 3-0 win


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  #20          ASHLEY KATHOL • 6-1 • JUNIOR • RIGHT SIDE HITTER
         OMAHA, NEB.                    •   SCUTT CATHOLIC, H.S.                             • INTERIOR            DESIGN MAJOR

                                                                 CAREER STATISTICS
YEAR               SP-MP           K        E         TA       PCT.         A        SA       SE      RE       DIGS        BS        BA       BE      BHE
2007……            22-12         19       10          62       .145          4         2      10        1        15           0       10        1       1
2008……            88-27        103       67         427       .084          9         0       1        3        61           2       20       22       2
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CAREER…. 110-39                122       77        489        .092        13          2      11        4        76           2       30      32        3

                                                                                          CAREER HIGHS
KILLS.....................................................................11, at Oakland, 10/4/08   DIGS .......................................................... 7, vs. Western Illinois, 10/10/08
ATTACKS ............................................................... 38, at Oakland, 10/4/08     SOLO BLOCKS ...............1, two times, last at Middle Tennessee State, 8/30/08
SET ASSISTS ...................................... 2, at Middle Tennessee State, 8/30/08            BLOCK ASSISTS ........................................ 5, vs. Northern Colorado, 8/24/07
SERVICE ACES ...........................................2, vs. Northern Colorado, 8/24/07           TOTAL BLOCKS ......................................... 5, vs. Northern Colorado, 8/24/07

                                                                                                    2008: Played in 88 of the team’s 100 sets in all 27 match-
                                                                                                    es, mostly off the bench ... Recorded 103 kills and 61 digs
                                                                                                    on season ... set career-highs with 11 kills and with 38
                                                                                                    attacks at Oakland (10/4) ... set a career-high with seven
                                                                                                    digs vs. Western Illinois on (10/10)

                                                                                                    2007: Played in 22 games over 12 matches with two starts
                                                                                                    on the season ... tallied a career-high six kills and a career-
                                                                                                    high five block assists in a season-opening win and in her
                                                                                                    collegiate debut against Northern Colorado (8/24) ... record-
                                                                                                    ed at least one kill in eight matches and at least one dig in
                                                                                                    five matches

                                                                                                    Before SDSU: Named to the 2007 Nebraska All-Star team
                                                                                                    ... Earned all-Nebraska Class B second-team, all-conference
                                                                                                    and all-area honors in 2006 after helping lead Skutt
                                                                                                    Catholic to the Nebraska District 3-B championship and a
                                                                                                    berth in the state tournament ... Academic all-conference
                                                                                                    selection in both 2005 and 2006 ... gained further experi-
                                                                                                    ence on the club level, playing for Club X-Treme, a two-time
                                                                                                    Junior Olympic national qualifier ... two-time academic all-
                                                                                                    conference honoree ... member of the National Honor
                                                                                                    Society ... also competed in track




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                                                           #13          NICOLE PETERS • 5-11 • JUNIOR • SETTER
                                         WINNEPEG, MANITOBA • WESTGATE MENNONITE COLLEGIATE • PRE-MED MAJOR

                                                                                                         CAREER STATISTICS
                                         YEAR               SP-MP            K       E          TA     PCT.         A       SA       SE        RE      DIGS         BS       BA       BE     BHE
                                         2007……             33-20           8       2          20     .300      118          5      13          1       35           0        6       6       7
                                         2008……             71-25          30      23         124     .056       97          4       7          1       52           1       32      33       6
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                                         CAREER…. 104-45                   38      25        144      .090 215               9      20          2       87           1       38      39      13

                                                                                          CAREER HIGHS
KILLS ........................................................................5, at IUPUI, 10/31/08   DIGS ........................9, vs. IPFW, 11/8/08; vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 8/31/07
ATTACKS ..................................................................19, at IUPUI, 10/31/08      SOLO BLOCKS.............................................................1, at IUPUI, 10/31/08
SET ASSISTS ..............................................32, at Washington State, 8/25/07            BLOCK ASSISTS..............................................................5, at IPFW, 10/3/08
SERVICE ACES .............................2, two times, last vs. Oral Roberts, 9/19/08                TOTAL BLOCKS .............................. 5, at IUPUI, 10/31/08; at IPFW, 10/3/08

2008: The Jacks second setter also saw action as an attacker ...
played in 71 of the team’s 100 sets in 25 of the 27 matches ...
tied a career-high with two services aces vs. Oral Roberts (9/19)
... set a career-high with five block assists at IPFW (10/3) ... set a
career-high with five kills at IUPUI (10/31) ... recorded a season-
high 15 set assists in playing all four sets against No. 15 Middle
Tennessee State.

2007: Played 33 games in 20 matches with a pair of starts in her
first season as Jackrabbit ... opened her collegiate career with nine
set assists, one service ace, one kill and one block assists in win
over Northern Colorado (8/24) ... recorded 20 set assists in her
second career match against Portland (8/25) ... followed that up
with a career-high 32 set assists against Washington State on the
same day ... reached double-digit set assists two more times dur-
ing the season ... set a career-high with nine digs in a win over
Louisiana-Lafayette (8/31) ... named to The Summit League
Academic All-League team

Before SDSU: Led the undefeated Westgate Wings to the 2006
South Central Athletic Conference championship ... team co-cap-
tain, helped keep them ranked in the top 10 throughout the AAAA
season ... earned graduating high school all-star honors in 2007
... named to the Canadian 17 and under championships all-star
and the provincial championships all-star teams ... earned provin-
cial team honors in each of the last two years ... a past Manitoba
Volleyball Association age group player of the year ... served as
captain of the Big Sand Volleyball club team during from 2005-07
... led club team to a third place finish at 2005 Club National
championships ... played for Team Canada at the 2006 Scholar
Athlete Games ... named to the all-star team nationals in 2006 ...
provincial all-star setter in 2006 ... played on the Manitoba
Provincial indoor volleyball team in 2005 ... Played on Manitoba
beach volleyball team in 2004-05 ... Scholar Athlete award win-
ner in 2005 and 2006 ... honor roll with distinction in 2005 ...
honor roll in 2006


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JACKRABBIT SOPHOMORE                                                                                                                       SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

                               #7       KELLI FIEGEN • 6-3 • SOPHOMORE • MIDDLE BLOCKER
                                                 PARKSTON, S.D.                     •   PARKSTON H.S.                          •   NURSING MAJOR
                                                                                          CAREER STATISTICS
                          YEAR               SP-MP           K       E         TA        PCT.             A       SA      SE        RE       DIGS        BS       BA       BE     BHE
                          2008……            81-22        191       77        536        .213              7        1      12         2        9         65        74        9      0
                                                                                                CAREER HIGHS
                          KILLS ..................................................17, vs. IPFW, 11/8/08       DIGS........................................5, at Western Illinois, 11/1/08
                          ATTACKS ............................................41, at UMKC 11/14/08            BLOCK ASSISTS ...................................8, vs. IUPUI, 10/11/08
                          SET ASSISTS .................1, seven times, last vs. IPFW, 11/8/08                 SOLO BLOCKS ....1, nine times, last at Western Illinois, 11/1/08
                          SERVICE ACES ...............1, vs. Virginia Commonwealth, 9/8/08                    TOTAL BLOCKS ....................................9, vs. IUPUI, 10/11/08

2008: Played in 81 of the team’s 100 sets, despite missing
four matches due to injury ... led the team with 65 block
assists ... finished second on the team with 74 total blocks ...
debuted with 11 kills and one error in 26 attempts for a
.385 hitting percentage vs. Southeast Missouri (8/29) ... set
or tied career-highs in block assists (eight), solo blocks (one)
and total blocks (nine) against IUPUI (10/11) ... set a career-
high with 17 kills vs. IPFW (11/8).

Before SDSU: Five-time varsity letterwinner in volleyball,
basketball and track & field ... earned volleyball all-confer-
ence and team MVP honors in 2004-07 ... Mitchell Daily
Republic Player-of-the-Year and all-state selection in 2005
and in 2007 ... finished her high school career with 1,376
kills, 349 solo blocks and 119 block assists ... set the state
tournament record for blocks per game in the 2007 ...
earned all-conference honors in basketball from 2005-08 ...
2007 state discus champion ... named track MVP in 2006-
07 ... Academic Athletic Team Award winner from 2003-08
... Roll of Excellence honoree from 2004-08 ... two-year
member of the National Honor Society




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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                                                                                         JACKRABBIT SOPHOMORE
                     #4        MOLLY JANSSEN • 5-6 • SOPHOMORE • DS
      ARDEN HILLS, MINN. • MOUNDS VIEW H.S. • COMMUNICATIONS MAJOR
                                                                          CAREER STATISTICS
YEAR                  SP-MP             K         E           TA        PCT.                A        SA       SE         RE       DIGS          BS         BA       BE      BHE
2008……                   4-3            0         0            1       .000                 0         4        2          2         4            0          0        0        0
                                                                              CAREER HIGHS
KILLS ...................................................................................       DIGS .............................................2, at Centenary, 11/16/08
ATTEMPTS ......................................1, at Centenary, 11/16/08                        SOLO BLOCKS .......................................................................
ASSISTS................................................................................         BLOCK ASSISTS .....................................................................
SERVICE ACES ................................3, at Centenary, 11/16/08                          TOTAL BLOCKS .......................................................................

                                                                                                                      2008: Saw limited action off the bench in her first season
                                                                                                                      playing in four sets over three matches ... made her
                                                                                                                      Jackrabbit debut against North Florida (9/6), recording one
                                                                                                                      dig in one set ... recorded a dig and a service ace vs.
                                                                                                                      Centenary on 10/17) ... set career-highs with three service
                                                                                                                      aces and with two digs at Centenary (11/16)

                                                                                                                      Before SDSU: Two-time varsity letterwinner in volleyball ...
                                                                                                                      earned all-conference honorable mention as a team captain
                                                                                                                      in 2007 ... also named defensive MVP, Ms. Hustle and most
                                                                                                                      inspirational by her teammates in 2007 ... voted most
                                                                                                                      improved in 2006 ... recorded 361 digs and 32 service aces
                                                                                                                      in high school ... finished high school career with a .940
                                                                                                                      serving percentage ... also earned three varsity letters in
                                                                                                                      track & field ... earned track & field all-conference and team
                                                                                                                      most improved honors in 2005




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JACKRABBIT SOPHOMORE                                                                                                                                      SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

                                                #16            EMILY PALMER • 5-7 • SOPHOMORE • DS
                                        SIOUX FALLS, S.D.                             •   LINCOLN H.S.                          •   SPANISH/TEACHING MAJOR
                                                                                                    CAREER STATISTICS
                          YEAR                  SP-MP             K         E           TA        PCT.                A       SA       SE         RE        DIGS         BS         BA       BE      BHE
                          2008……                 13-7             0         0             2      .000                 0         1        2          4         0            0          1        0       0
                                                                                                         CAREER HIGHS
                          KILLS ...................................................................................       DIGS ........7, two times, last vs. North Dakota State, 10/25/08
                          ATTACKS ....................... 2, vs. North Dakota State, 10/25/08                             BLOCK ASSISTS .............. 1, vs. North Dakota State, 10/25/08
                          SET ASSISTS .........................................................................           SOLO BLOCKS .......................................................................
                          SERVICE ACES ..................................... 1, at IUPUI, 10/31/08                        TOTAL BLOCKS .................1, vs. North Dakota State, 10/25/08

2008: Saw limited action in 13 sets over seven matches dur-
ing her first season on the team ... recorded two digs in her
Jackrabbit debut vs. North Florida (9/6) ... played in all seven
sets against NDSU in 2008, recording a career-high seven
digs in each match ... recorded her first-career service ace at
IUPUI (10/31)

Before SDSU: Three-time varsity letterwinner in volleyball ...
earned all-Greater Dakota Conference honorable mention in
2006 and all-GDC first-team honors in 2007 as a team cap-
tain ... also named to the all-city and all-tournament teams
in 2007 ... earned academic all-state and academic all-con-
ference in 2007 ... finished her high school career with 547
kills, 824 digs, 92 aces and 40 blocks ... also earned three
varsity letters in basketball and one in track, where she
earned most outstanding junior and MVP honors in 2007 ...
eight-time Scholar Athlete Award winner ... three-time aca-
demic letterwinner ... two-year member of the National
Honor Society ... three-year member of the Spanish National
Honor Society




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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                                                                                       JACKRABBIT SOPHOMORE
          #18            MARY SANDERFOOT • 6-1 • SOPHOMORE • MB
 ROCHESTER, MINN. • CENTURY H.S. • EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION MAJOR
                                                                      CAREER STATISTICS
YEAR                 SP-MP            K        E          TA        PCT.               A        SA       SE          RE        DIGS           BS         BA        BE       BHE
2008……                  6-5           1        0            5      .200                1          0        0           0          0            0           1         0       0
                                                                         CAREER HIGHS
KILLS ............................................1, at Centenary. 11/16/08                DIGS ....................................................................................
ATTACKS ........................................3, at Centenary. 11/16/08                  BLOCK ASSISTS ..........................1, at Northern Iowa, 9/23/08
SET ASSISTS ..............................1, at Northern Iowa, 9/23/08                     SOLO BLOCKS .......................................................................
SERVICE ACES .......................................................................       TOTAL BLOCKS ...........................1, at Northern Iowa, 9/23/08

                                                                                                                   2008: Played in six sets over five matches in her first season
                                                                                                                   as a Jackrabbit ... made her Jackrabbit debut at Northern
                                                                                                                   Iowa (9/23), recording a set assist and a block assist ... also
                                                                                                                   saw action at North Dakota State, at Oakland and vs.
                                                                                                                   Centenary ... recorded first-career kill at Centenary (11/16)

                                                                                                                   Before SDSU: Two-time varsity letterwinner at Century High
                                                                                                                   School ... started every game in her junior and senior seasons
                                                                                                                   ... finished high school career with 221 kills, 123 blocks and
                                                                                                                   59 services aces ... also gained valuable experience playing
                                                                                                                   club ball for the Southern Minnesota Volleyball 17-1’s ...
                                                                                                                   named most improved player and earned a nomination for
                                                                                                                   both offensive and defensive player of the year for SMV in
                                                                                                                   2007 ... honor roll student all four years of high school ...
                                                                                                                   named student of the month in April, 2007 ... earned Big
                                                                                                                   Nine Scholar athlete accolades in 2007-08 ... two-year
                                                                                                                   member of the National Honor Society




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JACKRABBIT SOPHOMORE                                                                                                                       SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

                           #15         ELLYCE YOUNGREN • 6-2 • SOPHOMORE • OUTSIDE HITTER
                              BROOKINGS, S.D.                       •    BROOKINGS H.S.                          •   MASS COMMUNICATIONS MAJOR
                                                                                          CAREER STATISTICS
                          YEAR               GP-MP           K       E          TA       PCT.             A       SA      SE        RE       DIGS        BS        BA      BE      BHE
                          2008…… 100-27                  256 100             685        .228              9       15      15         8        60         16        63      12       2
                                                                                                CAREER HIGHS
                          KILLS ..................................................25, vs. IPFW, 11/8/08       DIGS ................................................10, vs. IUPUI, 10/11/08
                          ATTACKS ..............................................57, vs. IPFW, 11/8/08         BLOCK ASSISTS .........................6, at Western Illinois, 11/1/08
                          SET ASSISTS ...................1, nine times, last vs. IPFW, 11/8/08                SOLO BLOCKS ..........2, four times, last at Centenary, 11/16/08
                          SERVICE ACES..............2, four times, last Centenary, 11/16/08                   TOTAL BLOCKS .........6, four times, last at Centenary, 11/16/08

2008: Only Jackrabbit to play in all 100 sets during the sea-
son ... earned all-Summit League second-team and all-fresh-
man team honors ... debuted with 13 kills and two block
assists in the season-opening win over Southeast Missouri ...
named to the all-tournament team at the Hurricane
Invitational ... led the team with a .228 hitting percentage,
with 16 solo blocks and with 79 total blocks ... finished sec-
ond on the team with 256 kills ... set a career-high with 25
kills vs. IPFW (11/8) ... set a career-high with six block
assists at IPFW (10/3) and at Western Illlinois (11/1) ...
recorded double-digit kills in 11 matches ... recorded first
career double-double with ten kills and ten digs vs. IUPUI
(10/11)

Before SDSU: Three-time varsity letterwinner ... earned all-
state, all-Eastern South Dakota and team MVP honors in
2006 and in 2007 ... earned the Brookings Register Player-
of-the-Year in 2007 ... named to the Brookings Register
team in 2006 and in 2007 ... also earned three varsity let-
ters in basketball ... named to the Brookings Register team
and earned all-ESD basketball honors in 2006-08 ... named
to the all-tournament team in 2008 ... voted most improved
player in 2006-07 ... Academic all-state selection in 2007-
08 ... four-year honor roll student ... four-time scholar athlete
selection ... named the Optimist Club Athlete of the Month in
September 2007




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                                          #17 THYELE RECHATIKO • 5-6 • JUNIOR • SETTER
                              PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL • FUNDACÃO EVANGÉLICA H.S. • GLOBAL STUDIES MAJOR




Before SDSU: (pronounced Cheh-Elee – Rah-cha-tee-co) ... Led Salt
Lake Community College with 1,015 set assists and with 53 services
aces over 116 sets in 42 matches in 2008 ... helped lead the Bruins
to the 2008 Scenic West Athletic Conference title, the District ‘A’
Championship ... team won the 2008 NJCAA Tournament consolation
title with a 35-10 record ... earned all-region honorable mention ...
earned all-tournament team honors at the SLCC Tournament, the Las
Vegas Tournament and at the College of Southern Idaho Tournament
... earned all-region honors at Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas in
2007 ... earned all-tournament team honors at the Laredo
Community College tournament and MVP honors at the Lee College
tournament ... Porto Alegre, Brazil native ... graduated from Fundacão
Evangélica High School in Novo Hamburgo, Brazil, in 2006.



                                #2 SHAY BIRATH • 5-7 • FRESHMAN • DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST
                                MARSHALL, MINN.              •   MARSHALL SENIOR H.S. • GRAPHIC DESIGN MAJOR




Before SDSU: Four-time all-conference selection ... two-time
Minnesota Coaches Association all-state selection ... four-year
varsity letterwinner and three-year team captain ... won four
Southwest Conference championships, four section champi-
onships and one state title ... finished her career with a 96
percent serve percentage and as the school record holder with
1,568 digs ... a four-year honor roll student.




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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                          JACKRABBIT NEWCOMERS
#12 REBECCA GRADOVILLE • 5-8 • FRESHMAN • DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST
      COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA     •   ST. ALBERT H.S. • NURSING MAJOR




                                                 Before SDSU: A four-year letterwinner ... named team MVP fol-
                                                 lowing her senior season ... earned first-team all-city, first-team
                                                 all-state and all-southwest Iowa honors twice ... also earned
                                                 numerous other honors in volleyball, basketball and soccer in
                                                 earning a total of 15 varsity letters in high school ... four-year
                                                 honor roll student ... served on the student council for three years
                                                 ... served as a member of the World Mission Project in 2009 in
                                                 the Dominican Republic.




   #19 KELSEY HANSEN • 6-3 • FRESHMAN • RIGHT SIDE HITTER
      BENNINGTON, NEB.   •   BENNINGTON H.S. • UNDECIDED MAJOR




                                                 Before SDSU: Team captain as a senior ... earned first-team all-con-
                                                 ference and all-state honorable mention honors in both her junior and
                                                 senior seasons ... named second-team all-conference, all-state honor-
                                                 able mention and all-area honorable mention as a sophomore ... holds
                                                 the Bennington High School career records for kills (673), blocks (237)
                                                 and service aces (137) ... also holds the school record for blocks in a
                                                 season with 81 ... also earned four varsity letters in basketball and one
                                                 in track ... first-team all-conference selection in sophomore through
                                                 senior seasons in basketball ... all-conference captain as a senior ...
                                                 first-team all-state basketball selection in junior and senior seasons ...
                                                 all-state honorable mention in her freshman and sophomore years ...
                                                 two-year member of the National Honor Society ... a four-year honoree
                                                 on the President's/Dean’s List honor roll ... a teammate of fellow
                                                 Jackrabbit Kaitlin Klingemann on the Nebraska Elite club team.

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                               #1 KELLY HERRMANN • 6-0 • FRESHMAN • OUTSIDE HITTER
                                             RAPID CITY, S.D. • STEVENS H.S. • PRE-LAW MAJOR




Before SDSU: Recorded 375 kills, 102 digs and 45 aces in
earning first-team all-conference honors as a senior captain ...
named to all-tournament team at the Class ‘AA’ state tournament
... named to the Best of the West first team by the Rapid City
Journal in 2008 ... also earned first-team all-conference and all-
tournament team honors as a junior when the Raiders won the
Class ‘AA’ state title ... all-conference honorable mention as a
sophomore ... played club volleyball for the 2005-08 team state
champion Black Hills Junior team ... also earned five varsity let-
ters in track ... won gold medal in 2009 at the state track meet
in shot put for Stevens girls track team, who won 13-straight
state ‘AA’ titles ... four-year honor roll student.



                                   #5 FIONA JONES • 5-9 • FRESHMAN • OUTSIDE HITTER
                                         BOUNTIFUL, UTAH • VIEWMONT H.S.   •   UNDECIDED MAJOR




Before SDSU: A three-year varsity letter winner ... finished
her career at Viewmont with 902 kills, 1,031 digs and with
130 total blocks ... led the Vikings in both kills and in digs in
her junior and senior years ... earned numerous all-state and
all-tournament honors over her career ... named Davis County
Miss Volleyball in 2008 ... four-year honor roll student ... year-
book committee member.




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#8 KAITLIN KLINGEMANN • 6-3 • FRESHMAN • MIDDLE BLOCKER
        OMAHA, NEB.      •   MILLARD NORTH H.S. • NURSING MAJOR




                                                      Before SDSU: Team captain during senior season ... first-team all-
                                                      state selection as a senior, honorable mention all-state as a junior
                                                      ... earned Nebraska Super-State Second-Team and all-metro first-
                                                      team as a senior ... selected to play in the 2009 Nebraska Coaches
                                                      Association All-Star Game ... recorded 288 kills with a hitting per-
                                                      centage over .400 in her senior season ... also recorded 84 block
                                                      and 50 service aces as a senior ... Elite Club teams advanced to
                                                      the national tournament in each of the last two years, finishing
                                                      fifth in 2008 ... four-time academic letter winner ... four-year
                                                      honor roll student ... graduated with honors ... received National
                                                      Honor Society and Greater Omaha Sports Committee nominations
                                                      ... a teammate of fellow Jackrabbit Kelsey Hansen on the Nebraska
                                                      Elite club team.




                             2009 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE VOLLEYBALL
  BACK ROW: Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Nathan Moe, Head Coach Nanabah Allison Brewer, Kelly
         Herrmann, Kelsey Hansen, Kaitlin Klinemann, Ellyce Youngren, Ashley Kathol, Nicole Peters,
                     Assistant Coach Cynthia Henning, Graduate Assistant Jayme Swift
     FRONT ROW: Shay Birath, Molly Janssen, Stacey Wernert, Thyele Rechatiko, Emily Palmer, Fiona Jones,
                            Rebecca Gradoville, Student Manager Jacalyn Seas

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THE JACKRABBIT EXPERIENCE                                                       SOUTH DAKOTA STATE




                              Game day at South Dakota State brings out the
                            best in Jackrabbit fans and players. Whether it’s
                            volleyball, football, basketball or any of the 17
                            other varsity sports at SDSU, Jackrabbit fans
                            always come out and back the Jacks.
                              With a seating capacity of 6,500, Frost Arena
                            ranks as one of the best venues in the state, and
                            only got better in 2005, when SDSU spent more
                            than $3-Million to install new state of the art
                            video scoreboards in Frost Arena and at Coughlin
                            Alumni Stadium, creating a whole new experience
                            for the Jackrabbit’s faithful fan base.




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NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS                                                                                                                                  SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

             IDAHO STATE                                                           WYOMING                                                               RUTGERS
        WYOMING COWGIRL CLASSIC
        AT                                                                   WYOMING COWGIRL CLASSIC
                                                                             AT                                                                   WYOMING COWGIRL CLASSIC
                                                                                                                                                  AT
              LARAMIE, WY.                                                         LARAMIE, WY.                                                         LARAMIE, WY.
  • FRIDAY, AUGUST 28 – 12 P.M. MT                                     • FRIDAY, AUGUST 28 – 7 P.M. MT                                      • SATURDAY, AUGUST 29 – 5 P.M. MT
                       QUICK FACTS                                                           QUICK FACTS                                                         QUICK FACTS
LOCATION ........................................Pocatello, Idaho    LOCATION ....................................Laramie, Wyoming        LOCATION.......................New Brunswick, New Jersey
ENROLLMENT ...............................................14,209     ENROLLMENT ...............................................13,207     ENROLLMENT ...............................................52,471
NICKNAME ..................................................Bengals   NICKNAME..................................................Cowgirls   NICKNAME ........................................Scarlet Knights
COLORS ..........................................Orange & Black      COLORS ............................................Brown & Gold      COLORS.................................................Scarlet Red
HOME COURT ..............................Reed Gym (3,241)            HOME COURT ..........UniWyo Sports Complex (1,200)                   HOME COURT ....College Avenue Gymnasium (2,500)
CONFERENCE ...............................................Big Sky    CONFERENCE ....................Mountain West Conference              CONFERENCE ..............................................Big East
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ..................................Jeff Tingey      ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ..............................Tom Burman           ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ...............................Tim Pernetti
HEAD COACH .......................................Chad Teichert      HEAD COACH ..........................................Carrie Yerty    HEAD COACH ................................Jeff “C.J.” Werneke
ALMA MATER .........................................BYU, 1982        ALMA MATER .........................Washington State, '92            ALMA MATER ...................................Samford, 1996
RECORD AT SCHOOL ....................10-20, 2nd Season               RECORD AT SCHOOL ......................5-20, 2nd Season              RECORD AT SCHOOL ......................2-22, 2nd Season
CAREER RECORD .............................................Same      CAREER RECORD ...................238-194, 14th Season                CAREER RECORD ...................113-107, 10th Season
2008 RECORD ..............................................10-20      2008 RECORD ................................................5-20     2008 RECORD ................................................2-22
CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ......................5-11/8th              CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ......................4-12/8th              CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ....................1-13/14th
VOLLEYBALL CONTACT .............................Katie Zigars         VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ...........................Amy Dambro             VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ..........................Alex Restrepo
OFFICE PHONE ...............................(208) 282-3651           OFFICE PHONE ........................307-766-2269/2256               OFFICE PHONE ...............................(732) 445-7746
E-MAIL ........................................zigakath@isu.edu      E-MAIL ....................................montross@uwyo.edu         E-MAIL ......................arestrepo@scarletknights.com
ATHLETIC WEBSITE ...........................ISUbengals.com           ATHLETIC WEBSITE .................WyomingAthletics.com               ATHLETIC WEBSITE ......................ScarletKnights.com

                       SERIES NOTES                                                         SERIES NOTES                                                         SERIES NOTES
                       First Meeting                                   Series tied 1-1. SDSU won the first meeting 2-1                                           First Meeting
                                                                     on Oct. 25, 1975 at a neutral site. Wyoming won the
                                                                     second meeting 3-2 on Oct. 12, 2004 in Laramie.




                 IOWA                                                       WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY                                                        CENTRAL MICHIGAN
             GREEN BAY CLASSIC
              AT                                                                 GREEN BAY CLASSIC
                                                                                   AT                                                                 GREEN BAY CLASSIC
                                                                                                                                                        AT
            GREEN BAY, WIS.                                                     GREEN BAY, WIS.                                                      GREEN BAY, WIS.
  • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 – 4:30 P.M.                                    • SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 – 1:30 P.M.                                  • SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 – 4:30 P.M.
                       QUICK FACTS                                                           QUICK FACTS                                                          QUICK FACTS
LOCATION.........................................Iowa City, Iowa     LOCATION ................................Green Bay, Wisconsin        LOCATION .........................Mount Pleasant, Michigan
ENROLLMENT ...............................................30,561     ENROLLMENT .................................................6,300    ENROLLMENT ...............................................26,354
NICKNAME ...............................................Hawkeyes     NICKNAME ..................................................Phoenix   NICKNAME ..............................................Chippewas
COLORS ..............................................Black & Gold    COLORS ....................................Green, White & Red        COLORS ...........................................Maroon & Gold
HOME COURT ............Carver-Hawkeye Arena (6,857)                  HOME COURT ...........................Kress Center (4,018)           HOME COURT.............................Rose Arena (5,200)
CONFERENCE ................................................Big Ten   CONFERENCE ................................................Horizon   CONFERENCE ......................................Mid-American
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR .............................Gary A. Barta         ATHLETIC DIRECTOR................................Ken Bothoff         ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ...............................Dave Heeke
HEAD COACH .................................Sharon Dingman           HEAD COACH .......................................Debbie Kirch       HEAD COACH ...........................................Erik Olson
ALMA MATER ....................Northern Michigan, 1984               ALMA MATER......................................Denver, 1988         ALMA MATER ................Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1997
RECORD AT SCHOOL ....................14-18, 2nd Season               RECORD AT SCHOOL ...............126-235, 13th Season                 RECORD AT SCHOOL .....................68-81, 6th Season
CAREER RECORD ...................350-229, 19th Season                CAREER RECORD .............................................Same      CAREER RECORD .............................................Same
2008 RECORD ..............................................14-18      2008 RECORD ................................................9-18     2008 RECORD ..............................................19-11
CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ......................6-14/9th              CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ...................5-11/T-7th               CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH .............12-4/2nd-West
VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ...........................Chris Brewer           VOLLEYBALL CONTACT .............................Drew Harris          VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ...........................Mike Boseak
OFFICE PHONE ...............................(319) 335-9411           OFFICE PHONE ...............................(920) 465-2498           OFFICE PHONE ...............................(989) 774-3277
E-MAIL ......Christopher-Brewer@hawkeyesports.com                    E-MAIL ......................................HarrisD@uwgb.edu        E-MAIL ..............................Mike.Boseak@cmich.edu
ATHLETIC WEBSITE .....................HawkeyeSports.com              ATHLETIC WEBSITE .................GreenBayPhoenix.com                ATHLETIC WEBSITE .....................CMUchippewas.com

                       SERIES NOTES                                                         SERIES NOTES                                                         SERIES NOTES
  The Hawkeyes won the first and only meeting with                    The Jackrabbits won the first and only meeting 3-0                                         First Meeting
the Jackrabbits 2-0 in October 1978 at the Drake                     on Sept. 9, 2005 at the NDSU Classic in Fargo, N.D.
Invitational in Des Moines, Iowa.




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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                                                        NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS
              CREIGHTON                                                              DRAKE                                                                NORTHERN IOWA
            D.J. SOKOL ARENA                                                      KNAPP CENTER                                                         FROST ARENA
              OMAHA, NEB.                                                       DES MOINES, IOWA                                                      BROOKINGS, S.D.
  • TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 – 6 P.M.                                      • WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 – 6 P.M.                                      • WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28 – 6 P.M.
                        QUICK FACTS                                                           QUICK FACTS                                                          QUICK FACTS
LOCATION ............................................Omaha, Neb.      LOCATION .....................................Des Moines, Iowa       LOCATION ......................................Cedar Falls, Iowa
ENROLLMENT .................................................7,051     ENROLLMENT .................................................5,668    ENROLLMENT ...............................................12,908
NICKNAME ..................................................Bluejays   NICKNAME .................................................Bulldogs   NICKNAME .................................................Panthers
COLORS ..............................................Blue & White     COLORS ..............................................Blue & White    COLORS ......................................Purple & Old Gold
HOME COURT ..................................D.J. Sokol Arena         HOME COURT .........................Knapp Center (7,152)             HOME COURT....................................McLeod Center
CONFERENCE.......................................Missouri Valey       CONFERENCE ......................................Missouri Valley     CONFERENCE ......................................Missouri Valley
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR .......................Bruce Rasmussen              ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ..................Sandy Hatfield Clubb             ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ..............................Troy Dannen
HEAD COACH .........................Kirsten Bernthal Booth            HEAD COACH ......................................Phil McDaniel       HEAD COACH ....................................Bobbi Petersen
ALMA MATER ............................Truman State, 1997             ALMA MATER .............Culver-Stockton College, 1996                ALMA MATER ...........................Northern Iowa, 1990
RECORD AT SCHOOL ...................106-72, 7th Season                RECORD AT SCHOOL ....................12-20, 2nd Season               RECORD AT SCHOOL .................228-70, 10th Season
CAREER RECORD .............................................Same       CAREER RECORD .............................................Same      CAREER RECORD .............................................Same
2008 RECORD ................................................18-9      2008 RECORD ..............................................12-20      2008 RECORD ................................................25-9
CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH .....................15-3/2nd                CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ......................5-13/8th              CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ......................13-5/3rd
VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ..........................Rob Anderson             VOLLEYBALL CONTACT .........................Amy Tagliareni           VOLLEYBALL CONTACT .............................Kara Moran
OFFICE PHONE ...............................(402) 280-5544            OFFICE PHONE ...............................(515) 271-3740           OFFICE PHONE ...............................(319) 273-5455
E-MAIL .............................randerson@creighton.edu           E-MAIL ............................amy.tagliareni@drake.edu          E-MAIL ...................................Kara.Moran@uni.edu
ATHLETIC WEBSITE ..........................gocreighton.com            ATHLETIC WEBSITE ..................GoDrakeBulldogs.com               ATHLETIC WEBSITE .........................UNIpanthers.com

                       SERIES NOTES                                                          SERIES NOTES                                                         SERIES NOTES
  Series tied 1-1. Creighton won the first meeting                      The Jackrabbits lead the all-time series 8-2, includ-                Northern Iowa won the first and only meeting
3-0 on Oct. 4, 2005 in Omaha, while the Jackrabbits                   ing wins in each of the last eight matches. The two                  against the Jackrabbits 3-1 on Sept. 23, 2008 in
won the second meeting 3-1 on Sept. 19, 2006 in                       Drake wins both came in 1973.                                        Cedar Falls, Iowa.
Frost Arena.



                                                                                                             JACKRABBIT TRACKS 2009
                                                                                                                                                 at Green Bay Classic




                                          at Wyoming Cowgirl Classic



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                CENTENARY                                                           ORAL ROBERTS                                                                      OAKLAND
              FROST ARENA                                                                FROST ARENA                                                                ‘O’ RENA
• FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 – 7 P.M.                                             • SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 – 7 P.M.                                       • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 – 7 P.M. ET
 --------------------------------------                                      --------------------------------------                                  --------------------------------------
             GOLD DOME                                                             COOPER AEROBICS CENTER                                                        FROST ARENA
• SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15 – 5 P.M.                                              • FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 – 7 P.M.                                          • SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17 – 4 P.M.
                       QUICK FACTS                                                                 QUICK FACTS                                                             QUICK FACTS
LOCATION ...............................Shreveport, Louisiana               LOCATION .......................................Tulsa, Oklahoma         LOCATION ..................................Rochester, Michigan
FOUNDED .......................................................1825         FOUNDED .......................................................1963     FOUNDED .......................................................1957
ENROLLMENT ....................................................745          ENROLLMENT .................................................3,067       ENROLLMENT ...............................................18,169
NICKNAME.....................................................Ladies         NICKNAME .........................................Golden Eagles         NICKNAME .......................................Golden Grizzlies
COLORS .........................................Maroon & White              COLORS ...................Navy Blue, Vegas Gold & White                 COLORS ..............................................Gold & Black
HOME COURT .........................................Gold Dome               HOME COURT .......................Cooper Aerobics Center                HOME COURT .......................Athletics Center O’Rena
CAPACITY ......................................................3,000        CAPACITY .........................................................350   CAPACITY ......................................................4,000
AFFILIATION .....................................NCAA Division I            AFFILIATION .....................................NCAA Division I        AFFILIATION .....................................NCAA Division I
CONFERENCE .............................The Summit League                   CONFERENCE .............................The Summit League               CONFERENCE .............................The Summit League
PRESIDENT ............................Dr. Kenneth L. Schwab                 PRESIDENT ....................................Dr. Mark Rutland          PRESIDENT ....................................Dr. Gary D. Russi
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ............................Dr. Tom Tallach               ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ................................Mike Carter           ATHLETIC DIRECTOR .................................Tracy Huth
SWA ....................................................Terry Ennis         SWA...............................................Rhonda Fowler         SWA .................................................Stacy Mosely

                       COACHING STAFF                                                             COACHING STAFF                                                          COACHING STAFF
HEAD COACH ...........................................Dan Gwitt             HEAD COACH.......................................Sheera Sirola          HEAD COACH ...........................................Rob Beam
ALMA MATER ................................Penn State, 2007                 ALMA MATER .............................Oral Roberts, 1998              ALMA MATER...........................Clarke College, 1996
RECORD AT SCHOOL .................4-26 2nd full Season                      RECORD AT SCHOOL ...................126-72, 7th Season                  RECORD AT SCHOOL .....................16-42, 3rd Season
CAREER RECORD .............................................Same             CAREER RECORD .............................................Same         CAREER RECORD .............................................Same
ASSISTANT COACH ...................................................         ASSISTANT COACHES ........Darrell Pearson, Jani Hagen                   ASSISTANT COACHES ..........Kelly Price, Eric Lindstrom

                     TEAM INFORMATION                                                           TEAM INFORMATION                                                        TEAM INFORMATION
2008 RECORD ................................................4-26            2008 RECORD ................................................22-9        2008 RECORD ................................................8-21
CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ......................0-16/9th                     CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH .....................13-3/2nd                  CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ...................5-11/T-6th
STARTERS RETURNING/LOST .....................................               STARTERS RETURNING/LOST ....................1/5+Libero                  STARTERS RETURNING/LOST ................................4/5
LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST .............................                  LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST........................6/7                 LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST......................10/7

                   SPORTS INFORMATION                                                         SPORTS INFORMATION                                                      SPORTS INFORMATION
VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ........................................TBD              VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ...................Ashley McWilliams                 VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ..............................Paul Smith
OFFICE PHONE ...............................(318) 869-5092                  OFFICE PHONE ...............................(918) 495-6646              OFFICE PHONE ...............................(248) 370-3123
CELL PHONE ...........................................................      CELL PHONE ..................................(918) 809-5801             CELL PHONE ..................................(586) 337-6841
E-MAIL ..................................................................   E-MAIL ..................................amcwilliams@oru.edu            E-MAIL ...............................smith234@oakland.edu
ATHLETIC WEBSITE.........................GoCentenary.com                    ATHLETIC WEBSITE .................ORUgoldeneagles.com                   ATHLETIC WEBSITE ...........................OUGrizzlies.com

                         SERIES NOTES                                                               SERIES NOTES                                                            SERIES NOTES
  The Jacks lead the all-time series 4-0 after sweep-                         ORU leads the all-time series 1-3, including a                          The Jacks lead the all-time series 4-0 after sweep-
ing the season series in 2007 and 2008.                                     series sweep last season.                                               ing the season series in 2008.




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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                                                                                            2009 OPPONENTS




                       IPFW                                               WESTERN ILLINOIS                                                                          IUPUI
    HILLIARD GATES SPORTS CENTER                                                     FROST ARENA                                                          FROST ARENA
• SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 – 7 P.M. ET                                   • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 – 7 P.M.                                       • SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 – 7 P.M.
 --------------------------------------                                 --------------------------------------                                --------------------------------------
             FROST ARENA                                                           WESTERN HALL                                                            THE JUNGLE
• FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10 – 7 P.M.                                          • SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24 – 7 P.M.                                       • FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23 – 7 P.M. ET
                       QUICK FACTS                                                            QUICK FACTS                                                           QUICK FACTS
LOCATION ..................................Fort Wayne, Indiana         LOCATION .......................................Macomb, Illinois      LOCATION.................................Indianapolis, Indiana
FOUNDED .......................................................1964    FOUNDED .......................................................1899   FOUNDED .......................................................1969
ENROLLMENT ...............................................12,338       ENROLLMENT ...............................................13,331      ENROLLMENT ...............................................30,300
NICKNAME ..............................................Mastodons       NICKNAME ..............................Fighting Leathernecks          NICKNAME ...................................................Jaguars
COLORS.....................................Royal Blue & White          COLORS ............................................Purple & Gold      COLORS ......................................Red, Gold & Black
HOME COURT .................Hilliard Gates Sports Center               HOME COURT ....................Brophy Hall/Western Hall               HOME COURT ..........................................The Jungle
CAPACITY ......................................................2,500   CAPACITY ...............................................800/5,139     CAPACITY ......................................................1,215
AFFILIATION .....................................NCAA Division I       AFFILIATION .....................................NCAA Division I      AFFILIATION .....................................NCAA Division I
CONFERENCE .............................The Summit League              CONFERENCE ............................. The Summit League            CONFERENCE .............................The Summit League
CHANCELLOR .............................Dr. MIchael A Wartel           PRESIDENT ...................................Dr. Alvin Goldfarb       CHANCELLOR ....................................Chrles R. Bantz
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ............................... Tommy Bell           ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ..................Dr. Tim M. Van Alstine            ATHLETIC DIRECTOR .......................Michael R. Moore
SWA .....................................Kelley Hartley Hutton         SWA ..................................................Kathy Orban     SWA...................................................Angie Torain

                      COACHING STAFF                                                        COACHING STAFF                                                         COACHING STAFF
HEAD COACH ...........................Kelley Hartley Hutton            HEAD COACH .........................................Kym McKay         HEAD COACH ........................................Steve Payne
ALMA MATER ...................................... Toledo, 1991         ALMA MATER .................................St. Francis, 1996         ALMA MATER ........................Northern Illinois, 1987
RECORD AT SCHOOL................209-109, 11th season                   RECORD AT SCHOOL ...................78-132, 8th Season                RECORD AT SCHOOL ...............166-210, 13th Season
CAREER RECORD ....................346-176, 16th season                 CAREER RECORD .............................................Same       CAREER RECORD .............................................Same
ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH .....................Stephen Florio               ASSISTANT COACHES ......Melissa David, Kayani Turner                  ASSISTANT COACHES..............................Nicole Cirillo

                    TEAM INFORMATION                                                      TEAM INFORMATION                                                       TEAM INFORMATION
2008 RECORD ..............................................16-15        2008 RECORD ................................................9-22      2008 RECORD ..............................................16-15
CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ......................11-5/3rd                CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ...................5-11/T-7th                CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ........................9-7/4th
STARTERS RETURNING/LOST ....................3+Libero/3                 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST ....................5+Libero/1                STARTERS RETURNING/LOST .........................6/Libero
LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST........................8/4                LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST......................10/2                LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST ..........11/1+Libero

                  SPORTS INFORMATION                                                     SPORTS INFORMATION                                                    SPORTS INFORMATION
VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ...............................Bill Salyer          VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ..................................Bill Ford        VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ................................Bill Potter
OFFICE PHONE ...............................(260) 481-0729             OFFICE PHONE ...............................(309) 298-1133            OFFICE PHONE ...............................(317) 278-3619
CELL PHONE ..................................(814) 282-9797            CELL PHONE ..................................(319) 850-3352           CELL PHONE ..................................(317) 626-6902
E-MAIL ........................................salyerw@ipfw.edu        E-MAIL.......................................WR-Ford@wiu.edu          E-MAIL ....................................WCpotter@iupui.edu
ATHLETIC WEBSITE .......................GoMastodons.com                ATHLETIC WEBSITE ....................GoLeathernecks.com               ATHLETIC WEBSITE .............................IUPUIjags.com

                        SERIES NOTES                                                          SERIES NOTES                                                           SERIES NOTES
  IPFW leads the all-time series 6-2, which includes                     The Jacks lead the all-time series 3-1 after splitting                The Jacks lead the all-time series 3-1 after spliting
a season sweep in 2008.                                                the season series in 2008.                                            the season series in 2008.




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2009 OPPONENTS                                                                                                                                               SOUTH DAKOTA STATE




                      UMKC                                                   SOUTHERN UTAH                                                   NORTH DAKOTA STATE
                                                                                                                                                          FROST ARENA
     SWINNEY RECREATION CENTER                                                     CENTRUM ARENA
• THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 – 7 P.M.                                         • SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 – 7 P.M. MT                                     • SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 – 7 P.M.
 --------------------------------------                                 --------------------------------------                                --------------------------------------
             FROST ARENA                                                            FROST ARENA                                                   BENTSON BUNKER FIELDHOUSE
• SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31 – 7 P.M.                                        • FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30 – 7 P.M.                                         • SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7 – 7 P.M.

                       QUICK FACTS                                                            QUICK FACTS                                                           QUICK FACTS
LOCATION ................................Kansas City, Missouri         LOCATION .......................................Cedar City, Utah      LOCATION .................................Fargo, North Dakota
FOUNDED .......................................................1933    FOUNDED .......................................................1897   FOUNDED .......................................................1890
ENROLLMENT ...............................................14,221       ENROLLMENT .................................................7,516     ENROLLMENT ..............................13,229 (fall 2008)
NICKNAME...............................................Kangaroos       NICKNAME ...........................................Thunderbirds      NICKNAME ......................................................Bison
COLORS ...............................................Blue & Gold      COLORS ..........................................Scarlet & White      COLORS ...........................................Yellow & Green
HOME COURT ..................Swinney Recreation Center                 HOME COURT ...................................Centrum Arena           HOME COURT ..................Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse
CAPACITY ......................................................1,500   CAPACITY ....................................................5,3000   CAPACITY ......................................................1,372
AFFILIATION .....................................NCAA Division I       AFFILIATION .....................................NCAA Division I      AFFILIATION .....................................NCAA Division I
CONFERENCE .............................The Summit League              CONFERENCE .............................The Summit League             CONFERENCE .............................The Summit League
CHANCELLOR ..........................................Leo Morton        PRESIDENT...............................Dr. Michael T. Benson         PRESIDENT ...........................Dr. Joseph A. Chapman
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR .....................................Tim Hall        ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ................................Ken Beazer          ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ................................Gene Taylor
SWA ..................................................Carla Wilson     SWA ..................................................Tami Melton     WOMEN’S ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ...................Lynn Dorn

                      COACHING STAFF                                                        COACHING STAFF                                                         COACHING STAFF
HEAD COACH........................................Geno Frugoli         HEAD COACH .......................................Debby Baker         HEAD COACH...............................Erich Hinterstocker
ALMA MATER ........................................UNLV, 1992          ALMA MATER ................................Utah State, 1993           ALMA MATER.......Nat’l College of Chiropractic, 2000
RECORD AT SCHOOL ....................17-47, 2nd Season                 RECORD AT SCHOOL .........................0-0, 1st Season             RECORD AT SCHOOL .....................61-25, 4th Season
CAREER RECORD .......................66-121, 6th Season                CAREER RECORD .............................................Same       CAREER RECORD .............................................Same
ASSISTANT COACHES ......Joan Rickert, Conan Salanoa                    ASSISTANT COACH ...........................Adam Longmore              ASSISTANT COACHES ...Kari Thompson, Steve Novacek

                    TEAM INFORMATION                                                      TEAM INFORMATION                                                       TEAM INFORMATION
2008 RECORD ..............................................12-20        2008 RECORD .................................................N/A      2008 RECORD ................................................24-4
CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ...................5-11/T-6th                 CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ..............................N/A            CONFERENCE RECORD/FINISH ......................16-0/1st
STARTERS RETURNING/LOST ....................5/1+Libero                 STARTERS RETURNING/LOST................................N/A            STARTERS RETURNING/LOST ....................5+Libero/1
LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST......................10/7                 LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST .......................N/A               LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST........................9/1

                  SPORTS INFORMATION                                                     SPORTS INFORMATION                                                    SPORTS INFORMATION
VOLLEYBALL CONTACT .............................James Allan            VOLLEYBALL CONTACT ............................Kyle Cottam            VOLLEYBALL CONTACT .........................Ryan Perreault
OFFICE PHONE ...............................(816) 235-1034             OFFICE PHONE .................................435-586-7752            OFFICE PHONE ...............................(701) 231-8331
CELL PHONE ..................................(319) 621-7893            CELL PHONE ....................................435-817-7702           CELL PHONE ..................................(701) 793-0521
E-MAIL .......................................allanjc@umkc.edu         E-MAIL .........................................Cottam@suu.edu        E-MAIL ............................Ryan.Perreault@ndsu.edu
ATHLETIC WEBSITE ...................UMKCkangaroos.com                  ATHLETIC WEBSITE ...........................SUUt-birds.com            ATHLETIC WEBSITE ...............................GoBison.com

                        SERIES NOTES                                                          SERIES NOTES                                                           SERIES NOTES
  The Jacks lead the all-time series 6-0, including                                           First Meetings                                   The Bison won both meetings last season, includ-
four 3-0 sweeps and two 3-1 win.                                                                                                             ing a four set win in Fargo.




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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009   2008 SEASON RECAP




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2008 SEASON RECAP                                                                              SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
   A year removed from the school’s                                                   freshman campaign with a team-high
first-ever NCAA Tournament appear-                                                    16 block assists and a team-high 79
ance, the 2008 South Dakota State vol-                                                total blocks. She also finished second on
leyball team entered the season with                                                  the team with 256 kills and with a
high hopes, but they also entered the                                                 team-best .228 hitting percentage.
season with a new head coach and a                                                      The Brookings native made the all-
new look roster.                                                                      tournament team at the Hurricane
   First-year head coach Nanabah                                                      Invitational, hosted by Miami and
Allison-Brewer took over the program in                                               earned a place on The Summit League’s
2008, but she did so minus four                                                       all-freshman team at the end of the
starters and seven letterwinners from                                                 season.
the NCAA Tournament team, including a                                                   The Allison-Brewer era began with a
trio of record-breaking seniors lost to                                               four set win over Southeast Missouri
graduation.                                                                           State at the Blue Raider Bash in
   Allison-Brewer did, however, inherit a                                             Murfreesboro, Tenn., but 12 straight
good group in incoming freshman, six                                                  losses followed before the Jackrabbits
letterwinners and two starters, including                                             found their stride.
senior outside hitter Mackenzie Angner.                                                  A six match winning streak followed
   The senior from Cincinnati, Ohio, led                                              the 12 losses and got the Jacks into the
the Jackrabbits, and The Summit           MACKENZIE ANGNER BECAME THE 13TH            thick of The Summit League race before
League, with 504 kills during her senior MEMBER OF SDSU 1,000 KILLS CLUB IN A WIN     a pair of late season five-set losses
season, and finished the season ranked OVER DRAKE ON OCT. 20, AND FINISHED THE        ended their chances or repeating as
second in the nation with 5.09 kills per SEASON RANKED SECOND IN THE NATION WITH      Summit League champions.
set. She also became the 13th member 5.04 KILLS PER SET
of the SDSU 1,000-Kills Club in the       for 12th all-time at SDSU. She also
Jacks dramatic 3-2 win over Drake         made the all-tournament teams at the
(Iowa) on Oct. 20. Anger finished her     Blue Raider Bash, hosted by Middle
Jackrabbit career with 1,171 kills, good Tennessee State and at the Seminole
                                          Tri-Tournament, hosted by Florida State.
                                             Adding to her legacy, Angner set
                                          SDSU records with 25 kills in a three
                                          set match vs. UMKC on Oct. 18, and set
                                          the total attacks record for a four set
                                          match with 70 vs. Oral Roberts on
                                          Sept. 19, and in a five set match with
                                          86 vs. Drake.
                                             Anger’s accomplishments during the
                                          season earned her back-to-back
                                          Summit League Player of the Week
                                          awards, The Summit League’s Female
                                          Athlete of the Month in October, when
                                          she led the Jacks to six straight victo-
                                          ries, and first-team all-conference hon-
                                          ors.
                                             Anger passes the torch to fellow out-
                                          side hitter Ellyce Youngren in 2009. The   FRESHMAN ELLYCE YOUNGREN LED THE
NANABAH ALLISON-BREWER COMPILED A only Jackrabbit to play in all 100 sets of         2008 JACKRABBITS IN BLOCKS AND HITTING
10-17 IN HER FIRST SEASON ON THE          the 2008 season, Youngren finished her     PERCENTAGE, EARNING HER A PLACE ON THE
JACKRABBIT BENCH                                                                     SUMMIT LEAGUE’S ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM

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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                                                 2008 MATCH-BY-MATCH
                      OVERALL RECORD: 10-17                CONFERENCE: 8-8              HOME: 6-4             AWAY: 3-9             NEUTRAL: 1-4

                                                    I-----------ATTACK-----------I    SET     I--SERVE--I PASS        DEF     I------------BLOCK------------I      GEN
DATE       OPPONENT                         SP       K        E       TA       PCT     A       SA SE         RE      DIG       BS      BA       BE TOTAL          BHE
Aug 29 # vs Southeast Missouri               4      50       27       152 .151         49       11 7           4      77        3        9       1      7.5          1
Aug 30 # vs Idaho                            3      34       19       108 .139         34       2     4       10      47        2        2       2      3.0         0
Aug 30 # at Middle Tennessee St.             4      42       23       133 .143         37        8    5        6      43        4        4       2      6.0          3
Sep 4      † at Miami                        3      26       15       104 .106         21       2     6        4      38        4        2       3      5.0          2
Sep 5      † vs Alabama                      4      45       23       128 .172         40       1     8       11      53        2        4       1      4.0         0
Sep 5      † vs VCU                          5      63       33       183 .164         54        3 10          5      89        0       14       2      7.0          4
Sep 6      ƒ vs North Florida                4      40       29       124 .089         38       4 14          11      57        0       15       2      7.5         3
Sep 7      ƒ at Florida State                3      37       28       112 .080         33       3     4        6      35        1        7       1      4.5          2
Sep 19 *ORAL ROBERTS                         4      43       30       171 .076         38        5    5        4      72        4       24       1     16.0          3
Sep 21 MISSOURI STATE                        3      33       26       106 .066         31        2    4        1      30        1        6       1      4.0          1
Sep 23 at Northern Iowa                      4      33       27       129 .047         31       6     6        3      36        1        8       3      5.0         2
Sep 27 *at North Dakota State                4      48       26       151 .146         44       4     7        1      70        1        8       2      5.0         1
Oct 3      *at IPFW                          3      32       16       100 .160         29       3     8       5       42        3       18       2     12.0         2
Oct 4      *at Oakland                       3      42       19       120 .192         38       6     2        2      50        0        6       0      3.0          1
Oct 10     *WESTERN ILLINOIS                 4      60       18       158 .266         59       1     9        4      73        3       18       3     12.0         6
Oct 11     *IUPUI                            5      63       25       174 .218         58       4     2       3       90        3       24       5     15.0          1
Oct 17     *CENTENARY                        3      40       19       108 .194         37        4    4        0      47        1       10       2      6.0          0
Oct 18     *UMKC                             3      48        9       106 .368         43       4     4       3       51        0       12       1      6.0          0
Oct 20     DRAKE                             5      66       31       196 .179         60       8     9       8       90        1       6        2      4.0         2
Oct 23     *at Oral Roberts                  3      28       19        89     .101     22        0    5        3      26        0       10       0      5.0          0
Oct 25     *NORTH DAKOTA STATE               3      35       24       145 .076         32        1    1        3      73        0       10       2      5.0          0
Oct 31     *at IUPUI                         5      59       27       215 .149         56       6     3       10     119        5       14       1     12.0          5
Nov 1      *at Western Illinois              3      29       20       115 .078         27        2    0        3      55        1       14       1      8.0          0
Nov 7      *OAKLAND                          3      38       12       109 .239         36        3    2        6      64        2       18       3     11.0          0
Nov 8      *IPFW                             5      74       30       205 .215         70       3     3       10      89        1       14       3      8.0          1
Nov 14 *at UMKC                              4      54       25       173 .168         50        1    2        2      77        2       12       3      8.0          2
Nov 16 *at Centenary                         3      34       11        80     .287     31        6    6        3      40        2       12       0      8.0          1
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SDSU STATS                                 100 1196 611 3694 .158 1098 103 140                               131 1633          47      301      49 197.5            43
OPPONENT                                   100 1292 584 3758 .188 1186 131 188                               103 1666          46      318      46 205.0            27

SETS PLAYED: 100                                                                                                        * – Summit League Match
ASSISTS PER SET:10.98                                                                                                   # – at Blue Raider Bash, Murfreesboro, Tenn.
KLLS PER SET: 11.96                                                                                                     † – at Hurricane Invitational, Coral Gables, Fla.
SERVICE ACES PER SET: 1.03                                                                                              ƒ – Seminole Tri-Tournament, Tallahassee, Fla.
RECEPTION ERRORS PER SET: 1.31
                                                                                                                        HOME MATCHES IN ALL CAPS
DIGS PER SET: 16.33
BLOCKS PER SET: 1.98
BALL HANDLING ERRORS PER SET: 0.43
RECEPTION ERRORS PER SET: 1.31

                                                                                                       2008 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS
          KILLS – 504                        DIGS – 358                    TOTAL BLOCKS – 79                 BLOCK ASSISTS – 65                 SET ASSISTS – 891




        MACKENZIE ANGNER                  MACKENZIE ANGNER                   ELLYCE YOUNGREN                     KELLI FIEGEN                     MELIA IWAMOTO


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2008 COMBINED TEAM STATISTICS                                                                                                      SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
                              RECORD:                                      OVERALL            HOME                AWAY              NEUTRAL
                              ALL-MATCHES . . . . . . . . . . . .          ( 10-17 )          ( 6-4 )            ( 3-9 )            ( 1-4 )
                              CONFERENCE . . . . . . . . . . . .            ( 8-8 )          ( 5-3 )             ( 3-5 )            ( 0-0 )
                              NON-CONFERENCE. . . . . . . . .               ( 2-9 )          ( 1-1 )             ( 0-4 )            ( 1-4 )

                                         I--------------ATTACK--------------I I-----SET-----I I-----SERVE-----I           I----DIG----I I-----------BLOCK-----------I
## STATS SUMMARY               SP        K     K/G       E       TA    PCT.      A     A/G      SA    SE SA/G     RE       DIG     D/G BS      BA TOTAL      B/G BE BHE
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 2 Mackenzie Angner            99      504 5.09 243 1423 .183                   15 0.15        21 15 0.21 22             358 3.62 11 55               66 0.67 7 2
15 Ellyce Youngren           100       256 2.56 100            685 .228          9 0.09        15 15 0.15          8       60 0.60 16 63              79 0.79 12 2
 7 Kelli Fiegen                81      191 2.36 77             536 .213          7 0.09          1 12 0.01         2       24 0.30 9 65               74 0.91 9 0
20 Ashley Kathol               88      103 1.17 67             427 .084          9 0.10          0     1 0.00      3       61 0.69 2 20               22 0.25 11 2
 1 Melia Iwamoto               98       55 0.56 41             217 .065 891 9.09               24 39 0.24          0     194 1.98 5 28                33 0.34 2 19
13 Nicole Peters               71       30 0.42 23             124 .056         97 1.37          4     7 0.06      1       52 0.73 1 32               33 0.46 1 6
14 Rebecca Poeppel             51       27 0.53 23             110 .036          3 0.06          0     0 0.00      1         4 0.08 1 27              28 0.55 5 1
 6 Trisha Birr                 56       23 0.41 20              99 .030          6 0.11          0     0 0.00      1         9 0.16 2           9     11 0.20 2 1
 5 Rachel Dahl                 98        3 0.03          7      24 -.167        26 0.27        17 29 0.17 30             332 3.39 0             0      0 0.00 0 3
10 Stacey Wernert              95        2 0.02          5      15 -.200        16 0.17          5 11 0.05 20            298 3.14 0             0       0 0.00 0 0
 8 Justine Olsen               91        1 0.01          5      26 -.154        18 0.20        11      7 0.12 22         208 2.29 0             0       0 0.00 0 7
18 Mary Sanderfoot              6        1 0.17          0        5 .200         1 0.17          0     0 0.00      0         0 0.00 0           1      1 0.17 0 0
16 Emily Palmer                13        0 0.00          0        2 .000         0 0.00          1     2 0.08      4       29 2.23 0            1      1 0.08 0 0
 4 Molly Janssen                4        0 0.00          0        1 .000         0 0.00          4     2 1.00      2         4 1.00 0           0      0 0.00 0 0
     TEAM                                                                                                         15
SDSU TOTALS                  100 1196 11.96 611 3694 .158 1098 10.98 103 140 1.03 131 1633 16.33 47 301 197.5 1.98 49 43
Opponents                    100 1292 12.92 584 3758 .188 1186 11.86 131 188 1.31 103 1666 16.66 46 318 205.0 2.05 46 27

TEAM STATISTICS              SDSU            OPP                    DATE          OPPONENT               W/L      SCORE     SCORE-BY-GAME                       ATTENDANCE
                                                               -------------       --------------------  ------    ------    ---------------------------------- ------------
------------------------------------------------
                                                                Aug 29         @ vs Southeast Missouri W           3-1      25-20,19-25,25-20,25-23                     339
ATTACK . . . . . . . . . . . .
  Kills . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1196     1292                 Aug 30         @ vs Idaho                 L        0-3      20-25,22-25,16-25                           260
  Errors . . . . . . . . . . . .    611      584                Aug 30         @ at #15 Middle Tennessee L         1-3      25-22,20-25,17-25,19-25                     872
 Total Attacks . . . . . . . 3694          3758                 Sep 4          % at Miami                 L        0-3      17-25,12-25,21-25                           212
  Attack Pct . . . . . . . ..       158     .188                Sep 5          % vs Alabama               L        1-3      18-25,9-25,25-23,20-25                      105
  Kills/Set . . . . . . . . . .    12.0     12.9                Sep 5          % vs VCU                   L        2-3      31-29,22-25,25-15,18-25,16-18                53
SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               Sep 6          # vs North Florida         L        1-3      25-22,22-25,21-25,19-25                     127
  Assists . . . . . . . . . . . . 1098     1186                 Sep 7          # at Florida State         L        0-3      19-25,23-25,17-25                           337
  Assists/Set . . . . . . . . .    11.0     11.9                Sep 19         *ORAL ROBERTS              L        1-3      26-28,25-27,25-23,20-25                     430
SERVE . . . . . . . . . . . .                                   Sep 21         MISSOURI STATE             L        0-3      18-25,15-25,24-26                           342
  Aces . . . . . . . . . . . . .   103       131                Sep 23         at Northern Iowa           L        1-3      13-25,11-25,25-23,15-25                   1136
  Errors . . . . . . . . . . . .    140      188                Sep 27         *at North Dakota State     L        1-3      15-25,16-25,25-20,23-25                   1283
  Aces/Set . . . . . . . . . .      1.0       1.3               Oct 3          *at IPFW                   L        0-3      21-25,18-25,22-25                           283
SERVE RECEPTIONS . .                                            Oct 4          *at Oakland              W          3-0      30-28,25-20,26-24                           121
  Errors . . . . . . . . . . . .    131      103                Oct 10         *WESTERN ILLINOIS        W          3-1      25-21,17-25,25-23,25-18                     281
  Errors/Set . . . . . . . . .      1.3       1.0               Oct 11         *IUPUI                   W          3-2      25-17,18-25,25-27,25-14,15-9                332
DEFENSE . . . . . . . . . .                                     Oct 17         *CENTENARY               W          3-0      25-16,25-12,28-26                           413
  Digs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1633      1666                 Oct 18         *UMKC                    W          3-0      25-16,25-10,25-21                           378
  Digs/Set . . . . . . . . . .     16.3     16.7                Oct 20         DRAKE                    W          3-2      25-19,16-25,20-25,25-22,16-14               492
BLOCKING . . . . . . . . .                                      Oct 23         *at Oral Roberts           L        0-3      19-25,17-25,19-25                           396
  Block Solo . . . . . . . . .       47        46               Oct 25         *NORTH DAKOTA ST.          L        0-3      15-25,17-25,24-26                           568
  Block Assist . . . . . . . .      301      318                Oct 31         *at IUPUI                  L        2-3      24-26,25-19,19-25,25-21,12-15               171
 Total Blocks . . . . . . . . 197.5       205.0                 Nov 1          *at Western Illinois       L        0-3      17-25,18-25,19-25                           311
  Blocks/Set . . . . . . . . .       2.0      2.0               Nov 7          *OAKLAND                 W          3-0      25-20,25-17,25-16                           462
  Block Errors . . . . . . .          49       46               Nov 8          *IPFW                      L        2-3      25-19,25-17,18-25,27-29,13-15               622
Ball handling errors . . .           43        27               Nov 8          *at UMKC                 W          3-1      25-23,18-25,25-21,25-22                     468
ATTENDANCE . . . . . . .                                        Nov 16         *at Centenary            W          3-0      25-18,25-11,25-19                           103
 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4320      5693
  Dates/Avg Per Date . . 10/432          12/474                 @ – Blue Raider Bash; Murfreesboro, Tenn.
  Neutral site #/Avg . . . 5/177                                % – Hurricane Invitational; Coral Gables, Fla.
  Current win streak . . .             2        -               # – Seminole Tri-Tournament; Tallahassee, Fla.
  Home win streak . . . .              0        -               * – Summit League Match




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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009   SDSU VOLLEYBALL HISTORY & RECORDS




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SDSU VOLLEYBALL HISTORY                                                                                     SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
    The South Dakota State volleyball                                                        SDSU POSTSEASON RESULTS
 team enters its 44th season of compe-
 tition with a 808-537 all-time record                                                            1997 North Central Regional
 (.601 winning percentage) and with                                                                     Sioux Falls, S.D.
 plenty of history already in the books.                                                     vs. Augustana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W, 3-0
    In just its second year of Division I                                                             (15-13, 16-14, 15-7)
 postseason eligibility, the South                                                           vs. Nebraska-Omaha . . . . . . . . . . .L, 1-3
 Dakota State volleyball team cruised                                                               ( 6-15, 8-15, 15-8, 1-15)
 through The Summit League regular
 and postseason to become the first                                                               1998 North Central Regional
 team in school history to advance to                                                                     Fargo, N.D.
 an NCAA Division I Tournament.                                                              vs. Augustana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L, 0-3
    Even though perennial power, and                                                                  (3-15, 12-15, 12-15)
 defending national champion,
 Nebraska ended the Jackrabbits tour- Jackrabbit seniors Samantha Pearson, Kristina               2000 North Central Regional
 nament run with a 3-0 win in front of Martin and Amy Anderson raise The Summit                          Sioux Falls, S.D.
 a capacity crowd at historic NU              League Championship trophy at The 2007
                                                                                             vs. Nebraska-Omaha . . . . . . . . . . .W, 3-2
                                              Summit League Tournament in Fort Wayne, Ind.
 Coliseum in Lincoln, Neb., the 2007 The win secured the school’s first-ever NCAA              (11-15, 15-12, 15-8, 5-15, 15-12)
 Jackrabbits put the program on the           Divison I Tournament berth.                    vs. Augustana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L, 0-3
 national map and laid the groundwork                                                                  (10-15, 6-15, 6-15)
                                                    Prior to making the move to D-I, the
 for the future success of the program.
                                                 South Dakota State volleyball program
    A single match against the second                                                             2001 North Central Regional
                                                 made its mark first in the Association
 ranked Cornhuskers may represent the                                                                      Fargo, N.D.
                                                 for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women
 only postseason experience at the D-I                                                       vs. Augustana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W, 3-2
                                                 (AIAW) and then in the North Central
 level, but historically, the Jackrabbits are                                                  (28-30, 30-20, 23-30, 30-28, 15-9)
                                                 Conference and in NCAA Division II
 no strangers to NCAA Tournament play                                                        vs. North Dakota State . . . . . . . . .W, 3-2
                                                 athletics.
 at the Division II level.                                                                    (30-22, 28-30, 24-30, 30-27, 15-13)
                                                     The Jackrabbits qualified for the
                                                  NCAA Division II postseason five times
                                                  in a six-year span between 1997 and          2001 NCAA Division II Elite Eight
                                                  2002, compiling an 8-5 record in its                   Allendale, Mich.
                                                  five appearances, including a perfect      vs. Truman State (Mo.) . . . . . . . . . .W, 3-2
                                                  5-0 record in five-game matches.             (24-30, 30-18, 30-20, 28-30, 15-7)
                                                     The Jackrabbits reached the North       vs. Grand Valley State (Mich.) . . . .W, 3-0
                                                  Central Regional championship match                 (30-26, 30-20, 30-19)
                                                  four times, winning the 2001 crown to      vs. Barry (Fla.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L, 0-3
                                                  advance to the NCAA Division II Elite               (19-30, 21-30, 25-30)
                                                  Eight in Allendale, Mich., where, under
                                                  the direction of first-year head coach          2002 North Central Regional
                                                  Andrew Palileo, the Jacks completed                     Greeley, Colo.
                                                  the season with a national runner-up       vs. North Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W, 3-1
                                                  finish.                                         (30-17, 30-25, 26-30, 30-28)
                                                     Before the Jackrabbit volleyball pro-   vs. Minnesota-Duluth . . . . . . . . . .W, 3-2
                                                  gram began competing at the D-II            (35-37, 32-30, 30-27, 25-30, 16-14)
                                                  level in the NCC in 1982, SDSU won         vs. Northern Colorado . . . . . . . . . .L, 1-3
                                                  four AIAW State Championships. Sue              (27-30, 30-23, 25-30, 25-30)
                                                  Yeager led the Jacks to the title in
                                                  1972, her final season on the bench              2007 NCAA Tournament
Jackrabbit volleyball players Grethe Bornhoft, for the Jacks, while Ruth Marske                          Lincoln, Neb.
left, and Shauna Sturm raise the national
                                                  coached the Jackrabbits to AIAW State      at Nebraska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L, 0-3
runner-up trophy at the 2001 NCAA
Division II Elite Eight in Allendale, Mich.       Titles in 1974, 1975, 1977 and 1980.                (13-30,14-30,13-30)

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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                          SDSU 1,000 KILLS CLUB
           KRISTINA MARTIN                     1,765 KIM BOSTROM                                1,
           2007 — 478 kills in 1,199 attacks           2004 — 366 kills in 712 attacks
           2006 — 446 kills in 1,056 attacks           2003 — 407 kills in 838 attacks
           2005 — 490 kills in 1,160 attacks           2002 — 349 kills in 696 attacks
           2004 — 351 kills in 988 attacks             2001 — 112 kills in 296 attacks

           ROSE EBNET                          1,724 ROXIE RATH                                 1,
           2000 — 564 kills in 1,332 attacks           1998 — 417 kills in 899 attacks
           1999 — 464 kills in 1,182 attacks           1997 — 341 kills in 836 attacks
           1998 — 492 kills in 1,245 attacks           1996 — 333 kills in 820 attacks
           1997 — 204 kills in 583 attacks             1995 — 139 kills in 366 attacks

           SHAUNA STURM                        1,528 SHANNON KALBFELL                           1,
           2001 — 491 kills in 1,050 attacks           1991 — 324 kills in 825 attacks
           2000 — 485 kills in 1,021 attacks           1990 — 384 kills in 992 attacks
           1999 — 369 kills in 894 attacks             1989 — 283 kills in 815 attacks
           1998 — 183 kills in 496 attacks             1988 — 215 kills in 652 attacks

           WENDY WINDSCHITL                    1,510 AMY ANDERSON                               1,
           1988 — 426 kills in 1,161 attacks           2007 — 468 kills in 979 attacks
           1987 — 511 kills in 1,216 attacks           2006 — 365 kills in 794 attacks
           1986 — 343 kills in 876 attacks             2005 — 285 kills in 609 attacks
           1985 — 230 kills in 674 attacks             2004 — 77 kills in 220 attacks

           MINETTE RIDENOUR                    1,415 MACKENZIE ANGNER                           1,
           2006 — 331 kills in 962 attacks             2008 — 504 kills in 1,423 attacks
           2005 — 454 kills in 1,284 attacks           2007 — 396 kills in 1,115 attacks
           2004 — 422 kills in 1,266 attacks           2006 — 115 kills in 363 attacks
           2003 — 208 kills in 585 attacks             2005 — 156 kills in 432 attacks

           MERRIDEE PETERSON-RODEL             1,386 LISA FREICHELS                             1,
           1997 — 429 kills in 1,135 attacks           1993 — 233 kills in 689 attacks
           1996 — 496 kills in 1,425 attacks           1992 — 244 kills in 755 attacks
           1995 — 320 kills in 881 attacks             1990 — 409 kills in 1,072 attacks
           1994 — 141 kills in 399 attacks             1989 — 251 kills in 738 attacks

           WENDY O’NEILL                       1,254
           2003 — 365 kills in 991 attacks
           2002 — 360 kills in 946 attacks
           2001 — 366 kills in 1,021 attacks
           2000 — 163 kills in 505 attacks

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SDSU 1,000 DIGS CLUB
               SAMANTHA PEARSON               1,929   ROSE EBNET                     1
               2007 — 718 digs in 132 games           2000 — 423 digs in 110 games
               2006 — 575 digs in 117 games           1999 — 319 digs in 113 games
               2005 — 481 digs in 122 games           1998 — 382 digs in 121 games
               2004 — 155 digs in 89 games            1997 — 192 digs in 111 games

               LIZ ARCHER                     1,615 MINETTE RIDENOUR                 1
               2002 — 595 digs in 131 games           2006 — 346 digs in 108 games
               2001 — 426 digs in 128 games           2005 — 390 digs in 124 games
               2000 — 292 digs in 100 games           2004 — 412 digs in 121 games
               1998 — 302 digs in 116 games           2003 — 151 digs in 93 games

               GAIL AHLQUIST                  1,404 LINDA FUSCO                      1
               1991 — 409 digs in 111 games           1992 — 240 digs in 106 games
               1990 — 472 digs in 129 games           1991 — 270 digs in 107games
               1989 — 275 digs in 106 games           1990 — 465 digs in 128 games
               1988 — 248 digs in 124 games           1989 — 307 digs in 140 games

               LISA FREICHELS                 1,360   SARAH SIMET                    1
               1993 — 171 digs in 109 games           2004 — 605 digs in 124 games
               1992 — 351 digs in 97 games            2003 — 321 digs in 112 games
               1990 — 538 digs in 124 games           2002 — 249 digs in 112 games
               1989 — 300 digs in 116 games           2001 — 58 digs in 33 games

               ANGIE RIME                     1,337   KRISTINA MARTIN                1
               2002 — 411 digs in 132 games           2007 — 362 digs in 114 games
               2001 — 330 digs in 127 games           2006 — 280 digs in 118 games
               2000 — 268 digs in 108 games           2005 — 196 digs in 129 games
               1999 — 328 digs in 111 games           2004 — 236 digs in 120 games

               MERRIDEE PETERSON-RODEL        1,324 ARIKA SANDERS                    1
               1997 — 382 digs in 118 games           1997 — 390 digs in 121 games
               1996 — 460 digs in 113 games           1996 — 301 digs in 110 games
               1995 — 269 digs in 113 games           1995 — 214 digs in 107 games
               1994 — 213 digs in 101 games           1994 — 146 digs in 103 games

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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                                 SDSU CAREER LEADERS
1,000 KILLS & 1,000 DIGS CLUB                                                  SOLO BLOCK LEADERS
                                                KILLS        DIGS                         1. April Swanson-Tordsen (1991-94)          232
Lisa Freichels (1989-93)                        1,137        1,360                        2. Sarah Sargent (1987-90)                  198
Merridee Peterson-Rodel (1994-97)               1,386        1,324                        3. Gwen Langford (1980-83)                  162
Rose Ebnet (1997-2000)                          1,724        1,316                        4. Shannon Kalbfell (1988-91)               124
Minette Ridenour (2003-06)                      1,415        1,299                        5. Roxie Rath (1995-98)                     119
Kristna Martin (2004-07)                        1,765        1,074                        6. Sarah Storms (1991-94)                   118
                                                                                          7. Taran Wendland (1984-87)                 104
                                                                                             Lisa Freichels (1989-90, 92-93)          104
            SET ASSIST LEADERS                                       SWANSON-TORDSEN
                                                                                          9. Jenny Keinholz (1989-90)
                                                                                          10. Amy Anderson (2004-07)
                                                                                                                                       82
                                                                                                                                       72
                 1. Angie Rime (1999-2002)                   5,905
                 2. Julie Nihart (1995-98)                   4,644
                 3. Kristie Klusaw (2003-06)
                 4. Gail Ahlquist (1988-91)
                                                             4,138
                                                             3,774            BLOCK ASSIST LEADERS
                 5. Jenni Dold (1992-95)                     3,409                        1. Amy Anderson (2004-07)                   422
                 6. Tasha Kryger (1985-88)                   2,908                        2. Sarah Biggerstaff (2001-04)              346
                 7. Melia Iwamoto (2007-08)                  2,546                        3. Kim Bostrom (2001-04)                    345
                 8. Stephanie Behm (2003-05)                 1,965                        4. Roxie Rath (1995-98)                     301
     RIME
                 9. Lisa Jacobson (1981-84)                  1,436                        5. Kelly Hoemann (1999-2002)                298
                 10. Linda Fusco (1989-92)                     995                        6. Liz Force (1996-99)                      294
                                                                                          7. April Swanson-Tordsen (1991-94)          275
                                                                                             Shauna Sturm (1998-2001)                 275
         SERVICE ACE LEADERS                                             ANDERSON
                                                                                          9. Kristina Martin (2004-07)
                                                                                          10. Emily Rooney (2005-07)
                                                                                                                                      271
                                                                                                                                      245
                 1. Gail Ahlquist (1988-91)                   203                         11. Taran Wendland (1984-87)                207
                 2. Roxie Rath (1995-98)                      173                             Angie Rime (1999-2002)                  207
                 3. Sue Nelson (1983-86)                      156
                     Jenni Dold (1992-95)                     156
                 5. Lisa Freichels (1989-90, 92-93)           153    THE SUMMIT LEAGUE TOURNAMENT
                 6. Taran Wendland (1984-87)
                 7. Julie Nihart (1995-98)
                                                              145
                                                              143         INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
                 8. Sarah Storms (1991-94)                    141
   AHLQUIST
                 9. Arika Sanders (1994-97)                   140                       TOTAL BLOCKS IN A MATCH
                 10. Samantha Pearson (2004-07)               128    NAME                 SCHOOL        OPPONENT           DATE        TB
                                                                     Amy Anderson         SDSU          IPFW               11/17/07    11
                                                                     Jessie Fox           Valparaiso    IUPUI              11/19/05    11
                                                                     Liz Mikos            Valparaiso    IUPUI              11/19/04    11
CAREER HITTING PERCENTAGE LEADERS                                    Lauren Moulton       Valparaiso    Oral Roberts       11/22/03    11
                                                                     Kelly Schoenhoft     Valparaiso    Eastern Illinois   11/18/95    11
        MINIMUM    1,000 ATTEMPTS TO QUALIFY
                 1. Paula Burma (1982-84)                     .345              TOTAL BLOCKS IN A TOURNAMENT
                 2. Kim Bostrom (2001-04)                     .330
                                                                     NAME                     SCHOOL                       YEAR        TB
                 3. Amy Anderson (2004-07)                    .325   Amy Anderson             SDSU                         2007        21
                 4. Shauna Sturm (1998-2001)                  .322   Jessie Fox               Valparaiso                   2005        19
                 5. Kelly Hoemann (1999-2002)                *.282   Liz Mikos                Valparaiso                   2004        18
                 6. Wendy Windschitl (1985-88)               *.282   Kristen Meech            Youngstown State             1999        16
                                                                     Lorri Sommer             Eastern Illinois             1995        16
                 7. Kristina Martin (2004-07)                 .281
                 * Hoemann hit .2823; Windschitl hit .2821
    BURMA


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SDSU ALL-TIME RECORDS                                                                      SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

          ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
                               KILLS
MATCH: 37, by Merridee Peterson-Rodel, vs. St. Cloud State, 9/21/96
SEASON: 564, by Rose Ebnet, 2000

                          TOTAL ATTACKS
MATCH: 93, by Merridee Peterson-Rodel, vs. St. Cloud State, 9/21/96
SEASON: 1,425, by Merridee Peterson-Rodel, 1996

            HITTING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 12 KILLS)
MATCH: .812 (13-0-16), by Emily Rooney, at Xavier, 10/3/07
SEASON: .381, by Kim Bostrom, 2004

                          SERVICE ACES
MATCH: 9, by Julie Barber, vs. South Dakota, 10/19/89;
                                                                           ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS
          by Sue Nelson, vs. Mankato State, 11/7/86                                        KILLS
SEASON: 72, by Sue Nelson, 1986                                       MATCH: 107, vs. Northern State, 1989
                                                                      SEASON: 2,151, in 2002
                           SET ASSISTS
MATCH: 79, by Jenni Dold, vs. Wayne State (Neb.), 10/27/95                           TOTAL ATTACKS
SEASON: 1,775 by Angie Rime, 2002                                     MATCH: 280, vs. Wayne State, 10/25/94
                                                                      SEASON: 5,590, in 2002
                          SOLO BLOCKS
MATCH: 8, by April Swanson-Tordsen, vs. Moorhead State, 10/30/93                 HITTING PERCENTAGE
SEASON: 88, by Sarah Sargent, 1990                                    MATCH: .595, vs. Western New Mexico, 8/28/98
                                                                      SEASON: .251, in 2007 (.2511)
                          BLOCK ASSISTS                                       .251, in 2000 (.2508)
MATCH: 12, by Taran Wendland, vs. Augustana, 10/31/87
SEASON: 156, by Amy Anderson, 2007                                                    SERVICE ACES
                                                                      MATCH: 20, vs. Missouri Western State, 1993
                                DIGS                                  SEASON: 332, in 1989
MATCH: 39, by Lisa Freichels, vs. Briar Cliff, 9/29/90
SEASON: 718, by Samantha Pearson, 2007                                                 SET ASSISTS
                                                                      MATCH: 91, vs. Northern State, 1989
                                                                      SEASON: 1,919, in 2002

                                                                                      SOLO BLOCKS
                                                                      MATCH: 20, vs. Dakota State, 1990
                                                                      SEASON: 284, in 1990

                                                                                     BLOCK ASSISTS
                                                                      MATCH: 31, vs. Augustana, 1987
                                                                      SEASON: 553, in 2007

                                                                                            DIGS
                                                                      MATCH: 183, vs. Northern State, 1989
           AMY ANDERSON                        SAMANTHA PEARSON       SEASON: 2,587, in 1989

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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                           RALLY-SCORING RECORDS
                                                                                              TEAM HIGHS
                                                                                                     KILLS
                                                                      3 SET: 62, vs. Morningside (Iowa), 11/2/01
                                                                      4 SET: 83, vs. South Dakota, 10/3/02
                                                                      5 SET: 88, vs. Oregon State, 9/1/06
                                                                                 vs. Minnesota-Duluth, 11/22/02

                                                                                                TOTAL ATTACKS
                                                                      3 SET: 155, three times; last vs. North Dakota State, 11/8/03
                                                                      4 SET: 225, vs. Northern Colorado, 9/22/01
                                                                      5 SET: 236, at Northern Colorado, 11/1/02

                                                                                          HITTING PERCENTAGE
                                                                      3 SET: .519 (47-6-79), vs. Sacred Heart (Conn.), 9/29/06
                                                                      4 SET: .349 (70-17-152), vs. Tulane, 8/31/07
                                                                      5 SET: .325 (86-19-206), at IUPUI, 9/22/07
           KRISTINA MARTIN                         MACKENZIE ANGNER
                                                                                                SERVICE ACES
                                                                      3 SET: 13, vs. Bemidji State (Minn.), 9/13/03;
                      INDIVIDUAL HIGHS                                           vs. Texas Southern, 9/10/04
                                     KILLS                            4 SET: 19, vs. Morehead State (Ky.), 9/16/05
3-SET: 25, by Mackenzie Angner, vs. UMKC, 10/18/08                    5 SET: 15, vs. Findlay (Ohio), 9/1/01
4-SET: 33, by Kristina Martin, at Montana State, 10/31/06
5-SET: 36, by Kristina Martin, at IUPUI, 9/22/07                                                  SET ASSISTS
                                                                      3 SET: 56, vs. Florida Tech, 8/30/03
                              TOTAL ATTACKS                           4 SET: 78, at Northern Colorado, 11/23/02
3 SET: 59, by Wendy O’Neill, vs. National American, 9/6/03            5 SET: 82, vs. Oregon State, 9/1/06
4 SET: 89, by Mackenzie Angner, at UMKC, 11/14/08
5 SET: 86, by Mackenzie Angner, vs. Drake, 10/20/08                                             TOTAL BLOCKS
                                                                      3 SET: 16, vs. UMKC, 9/29/07
                HITTING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 12 KILLS)                    4 SET: 16, vs. Southwest Minnesota State, 10/28/03
3 SET: .812 (13-0-16), by Emily Rooney, at Xavier, 10/3/07            5 SET: 17.5, vs. Northern Colorado, 11/12/04
4 SET: .667 (13-1-18), by Emily Rooney at Sam Houston St., 9/1/07
5 SET: .550 (12-1-20), by Kim Bostrom, vs. Harding (Ark.), 8/31/02                                    DIGS
                                                                      3 SET: 84, vs. St. Edward’s (Texas), 9/7/02
                               SERVICE ACES                           4 SET: 111, vs. Northern Colorado, 9/22/01
3 SET: 6, by Mackenzie Angner, vs. Robert Morris, 9/23/06             5 SET: 119, at North Dakota, 10/24/02
          by Minette Ridenour, vs. Bemidji State (Minn.), 9/13/03
                                                                      Note: The NCAA implemented rally-scoring in 2001, with the first team to
4 SET: 8, by Minette Ridenour, vs. Morehead State (Ky.), 9/16/05
                                                                      30 points winning the set, but starting in 2008, a team needs 25 points to
5 SET: 6, by Grethe Bornhoft, vs. Findlay (Ohio), 9/1/01              win the set, with the fifth set still being 15-points.
                                                                        In addition to changing the games from 30 to 25 points, games became
                                 SET ASSISTS                          sets in 2008.
3 SET: 52, by Angie Rime, vs. Montana State-Billings, 8/30/02
           by Melia Iwamoto, vs. Centenary, 11/9/07
4 SET: 72, by Angie Rime, at Northern Colorado, 11/23/02;
           by Melia Iwamoto, at Sam Houston State, 9/1/07
5 SET: 76, by Kristie Klusaw, vs. IPFW, 11/12/05

                             TOTAL BLOCKS
3 SET: 10, by Amy Anderson, vs. Western Illinois, 11/16/07
4 SET: 10, by Amy Anderson, at North Dakota State, 11/11/06
5 SET: 12, by Shauna Sturm, vs. Nebraska-Omaha, 9/21/01

                                   DIGS
3 SET: 28, by Samantha Pearson, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 8/31/07
4 SET: 30, by Samantha Pearson, vs. Montana, 9/8/07
5 SET: 37, by Samantha Pearson, at IUPUI, 9/22/04

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ALL-TIME AWARD WINNERS                                                                                                    SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
DIVISION I ERA (2004-PRESENT) Nicole Peters, Mary Sanderfoot, Stacey Wernert,
                              Ellyce Youngren
                                                                                                              GTE/VERIZON/COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT
                                                                                                          1991 — Gail Ahlquist (First Team)
       DIVISION I ALL-INDEPENDENT FIRST TEAM                                                              2000 — Rose Ebnet, Shauna Sturm (Both Second Team)
2004 — Kim Bostrom                                          COSIDA DISTRICT VII ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN     2001 — Shauna Sturm (First Team)
2005 — Kristina Martin, Minette Ridenour               2007 — Amy Anderson (Third Team)                   2002 — Annie Ebnet (Third Team)
2006 –– Kristina Martin                                                                                   2003 — Kim Bostrom (Third Team)
                                                             THE SUMMIT LEAGUE COACH OF THE YEAR
          ALL-SUMMIT LEAGUE FIRST TEAM                 2007 — Andrew Palileo                                          GTE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA
2007 — Amy Anderson, Kristina Martin                                                                      1991 — Gail Ahlquist (Second Team)
2008 –– Mackenzie Angner
                                                         DIVISION II ERA (1966-2003)                              NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
      DIVISION I ALL-INDEPENDENT SECOND TEAM                                                              2000 — Rose Ebnet
                                                                 ALL-NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE
2004 — Sarah Biggerstaff, Kristina Martin,
                                                       1983 — Paula Burma, Jenni Johnson                           AVCA ALL-NORTH CENTRAL REGION
        Minette Ridenour, Sarah Simet
                                                       1986 — Wendy Windschitl                            1997 — Julie Nihart, Roxie Rath, Arika Sanders
2005 — Amy Anderson, Kristie Klusaw
                                                       1996 — Merridee Peterson                           1998 — Roxie Rath
2006 –– Amy Anderson, Kristie Klusaw
                                                       1997 — Julie Nihart, Arika Sanders                 1999 — Shauna Sturm
          ALL-SUMMIT LEAGUE SECOND TEAM                1998 — Rose Ebnet, Julie Nihart, Roxie Rath        2000 — Rose Ebnet, Angie Rime, Shauna Sturm
2007 — Samantha Pearson                                1999 — Rose Ebnet, Liz Force, Shauna Sturm         2001 — Angie Rime, Shauna Sturm
2008 –– Ellyce Youngren                                2000 — Rose Ebnet, Angie Rime, Shauna Sturm        2002 — Angie Rime
                                                       2001 — Angie Rime, Shauna Sturm
   DIVISION I ALL-INDEPENDENT HONORABLE MENTION        2002 — Annie Ebnet, Kelly Hoemann, Angie Rime                 AVCA DIVISION II ALL-AMERICA
2006 — Samantha Pearson                                2003 — Kim Bostrom                                 1997 — Arika Sanders (First Team)
                                                                                                          1998 — Roxie Rath (First Team)
    DIVISION I INDEPENDENT NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR                 NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE MVP              2000 — Rose Ebnet, Shauna Sturm (Both First Team)
2004 — Kristina Martin                                 1998 — Roxie Rath                                  2001 — Shauna Sturm (First Team),
                                                       2000 — Rose Ebnet                                         Angie Rime (Second Team)
       THE SUMMIT LEAGUE ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM             2001 — Shauna Sturm
2007 — Melia Iwamoto                                                                                      2002 — Angie Rime (Second Team)
2008 –– Ellyce Youngren                                            NCC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR                               ASICS ALL-AMERICA
                                                       1999 — Angie Rime                                  1998 — Roxie Rath (Second Team)
     DIVISION I INDEPENDENT PLAYER OF THE WEEK         2002 — Rhonda Bitker*
2004 — Kim Bostrom (11/2)                                                                                     SUCCESSFUL FARMING ALL-AMERICAN FARM TEAM
2005 — Minette Ridenour (9/13), Kristina Martin (9/20)       NCC DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST OF THE YEAR         2000 — Rose Ebnet
2006 –– Amy Anderson (10/24), Kristina Martin (11/7) 1999 — Sarah Worklan
        Samantha Pearson (9/5, 10/17, 10/24)           2001 — Liz Archer                                         AVCA DIVISION II PLAYER OF THE YEAR
                                                       2002 — Liz Archer                                  2001 — Shauna Sturm
  THE SUMMIT LEAGUE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
2007 — Kristina Martin (9/24, 10/29, 11/12)                          NCC PLAYER OF THE WEEK                       DAKTRONICS ALL-REGION FIRST TEAM
2008 –– Mackenzie Angner (10/13, 10/20)                1997 — Arika Sanders (11/10)                       2000 — Rose Ebnet, Shauna Sturm
                                                       1998 — Julie Nihart (9/21), Roxie Rath (10/5)      2001 — Liz Archer, Shauna Sturm
  THE SUMMIT LEAGUE DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK       2000 — Rose Ebnet (9/18, 10/23, 11/6),             2002 — Liz Archer
2007 — Samantha Pearson (9/4, 9/24)                           Shauna Sturm (9/11)
         Amy Anderson (10/1)                           2001 — Annie Ebnet (10/29),                               DAKTRONICS ALL-REGION SECOND TEAM
                                                              Kelly Hoemann (8/27)                        2000 — Liz Archer, Angie Rime
      DIVISION I INDEPENDENT SETTER OF THE WEEK                                                           2001 — Angie Rime
2004 — Stephanie Behm (10/12)                                 Shauna Sturm (9/10, 11/5)
                                                       2003 — Kim Bostrom (9/8, 9/22)                     2002 — Kim Bostrom, Angie Rime
         Kristie Klusaw (11/2)                                                                            2003 — Kim Bostrom
2005 — Kristie Klusaw (9/13)                                         NCC SETTER OF THE WEEK
2006 — Kristie Klusaw (8/29, 10/17)                    1997 — Julie Nihart (9/2, 9/8, 11/17)                      DAKTRONICS DIVISION II ALL-AMERICA
                                                       2002 — Angie Rime (9/3, 11/11)                     2000 — Rose Ebnet (First Team)
    DIVISION I INDEPENDENT NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK                                                                  Shauna Sturm (Third Team)
2004 — Kristina Martin (9/28, 10/19, 11/2)                     AVCA/SPORTS IMPORTS DIVISION II            2001 — Liz Archer, Shauna Sturm (Both First Team)
2005 — Laura Slagter (10/4)                                      NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK              2002 — Liz Archer (First Team)
  THE SUMMIT LEAGUE FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH        1998 — Roxie Rath (10/6)
                                                       2000 — Rose Ebnet (9/18, 11/6)                         NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR
2007 — Amy Anderson (Aug./Sept., Nov.)                                                                    2000 — Mary Byrne
     THE SUMMIT LEAGUE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM                           NCC ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM
                                                       1982 — Rebecca Johnson, Nancy Buryanek,               AVCA NORTH CENTRAL REGION COACH OF THE YEAR
2007 — Amy Anderson (MVP)                                                                                 1997 — Mary Byrne
       Kristina Martin, Samantha Pearson                      Tressa Noehren
                                                       1986 — Jenni Johnson                               2001 — Andrew Palileo
      DIVISION I INDEPENDENT ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM         1987 — Teresa Rowe
                                                                                                          * Shared honor
2004 — Sarah Biggerstaff, Kim Bostrom                  1988 — Wendy Windschitl                            Number in parentheses indicates first-, second- or third-team
2006 –– Kristie Klusaw, Minette Ridenour               1989 — Gail Ahlquist                               selection
                                                       1990 — Gail Ahlquist
      THE SUMMIT LEAGUE ACADEMIC ALL-LEAGUE            1991 — Gail Ahlquist
2007 — Amy Anderson, Mackenzie Angner, Rachel Dahl,    1995 — Jenni Dold
        Kristina Martin, Justine Olsen,                2000 — Grethe Bornhoft, Rose Ebnet, Shauna Sturm
        Mackenzie Osadchuk, Samantha Pearson,          2001 — Grethe Bornhoft, Shauna Sturm
       Nicole Peters, Emily Rooney, Stacey Wernert     2002 — Annie Ebnet
2008 –– Rachel Dahl, Kelli Fiegen, Molly Janssen,      2003 — Sarah Biggerstaff, Kim Bostrom
        Ashley Kathol, Justine Olsen, Emily Palmer,

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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                 JACKRABBIT ALL-AMERICANS
                ARIKA SANDERS – 1997 AVCA Division II All-America Second Team
                   Sanders capped her career by becoming the first SDSU player to attain All-America status as she helped lead the
                Jackrabbits to their first NCAA postseason berth. She set a then-SDSU single-season record with 513 kills in 1997,
                while earning a spot on the AVCA All-America second team.


                                                                  1997 STATISTICS
                YEAR              GP       K     E       TA     PCT.      A     SA     SE      RE     DIGS     BS      BA    BE    BHE
                1997……          121     513 153      1,317     .273       7     55     45      24     390      20      26      5     3


                ROXIE RATH – 1998 AVCA Division II All-America First Team
                                         1998 Asics Division II All-America Second Team
                  Rath led the Jackrabbits to their second consecutive postseason appearance with a stellar senior season from the
                middle hitting position. The North Central Conference MVP, Rath ended her career as the all-time SDSU leader in block
                assists with 301.

                                                                  1998 STATISTICS
                YEAR          GP-MP        K     E       TA     PCT.      A     SA     SE      RE     DIGS     BS      BA    BE    BHE
                1998…… 112-29           417 109        899     .343       9     49     40      22     240      23      90    18      9


                ROSE EBNET – 2000 AVCA Division II All-America First Team
                                          2000 Daktronics Division II All-America First Team
                   Ebnet put together the finest individual season by a Jackrabbit player, earning North Central Conference MVP honors
                while leading the league in kills. She set SDSU single-season and career records for kills as the Jackrabbits advanced
                to the regional finals.

                                                                  2000 STATISTICS
                YEAR          GP-MP        K     E       TA     PCT.      A     SA     SE      RE     DIGS     BS      BA    BE    BHE
                2000…… 110-33           564 153      1,332     .309     15      57     96      42     423      14      36    13      8


                SHAUNA STURM – 2000 AVCA Division II All-America First Team
                                                2000 Daktronics Division II All-America Third Team

                  Sturm advanced from her all-region selection the previous season with an All-America performance in 2000.
                A middle hitter, Sturm teamed with Ebnet to give Jackrabbits a potent inside-outside attack as she finished second in
                the NCC for hitting percentage.

                                                                  2000 STATISTICS
                YEAR          GP-MP        K     E       TA     PCT.      A     SA     SE      RE     DIGS     BS      BA    BE    BHE
                2000…… 111-33           485 111      1,021     .366     20      26     38      11     270      13      93    16      6


                LIZ ARCHER – 2001 Daktronics Division II All-America First Team
                   After playing the first month of the season throughout the rotation, Archer moved almost exclusively to the back
                row, earning All-America honors as a defensive specialist. The NCC Defensive Specialist of the Year, Archer led the
                Jackrabbits with 426 digs as she reached the 1,000-mark for her career. She recorded double figures for digs in 25 of
                the team’s 34 matches, including a career-high 34 digs against Nebraska-Omaha.

                                                                  2001 STATISTICS
                YEAR    GP-MP              K     E       TA     PCT.      A     SA     SE      RE     DIGS     BS      BA    BE    BHE
                2001…… 128-34           122    64      489     .119       7     32     36      35     426       0      15      5     1

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                       ANGIE RIME – 2001 AVCA Division II All-America Second Team
                          Rime distributed the ball to a variety of offensive weapons during the 2001 season, averaging 11.69 assists per
                       game as the Jackrabbits reached the national title match. She tallied 50 or more set assists in 14 matches and added
                       an average of 1.12 kills per game. Rime also was solid defensively, finishing third on the team in both digs (330) and
                       blocks (67), while posting 17 double- doubles for assists and digs.

                                                                        2001 STATISTICS
                       YEAR          GP-MP       K      E       TA     PCT.         A   SA    SE     RE     DIGS     BS      BA     BE   BHE
                       2001…… 127-34           145    57      361     .244 1,484        31   36       0     330        9     58    24     28


                       SHAUNA STURM – 2001 AVCA Division II All-America First-Team & Player-of-the-Year
                                                       2001 Daktronics Division II All-America First Team

                          Sturm became the first SDSU volleyball player to earn All-America recognition in two separate seasons when she
                       earned first-team honors from the AVCA and Daktronics. The AVCA Player of the Year, Sturm set an SDSU single-season
                       record with 126 block assists, while leading the team in kills (491) and hitting percentage (.361) as a middle hitter.

                                                                        2001 STATISTICS
                       YEAR          GP-MP       K      E       TA     PCT.     A       SA    SE     RE     DIGS     BS      BA     BE   BHE
                       2001…… 128-34           491 112      1,050     .361     29       29   18      28     351      29     126    18        5


                       LIZ ARCHER – 2002 Daktronics Division II All-America First-Team
                          Archer anchored the Jackrabbits’ back row as she took over the newly created position of libero. The Apple Valley,
                       Minn., native registered double figures for digs in 30 of the team’s 35 matches, including 11 outings of 20 or more
                       digs. During the 2002 season, Archer set the SDSU single-season record of 595 digs and established a new Jackrabbit
                       career mark of 1,615 digs. A repeat pick on the Daktronics All-America First Team, Archer also earned North Central
                       Conference’s Defensive Specialist of the Year honors for the second consecutive season.
                                                                        2002 STATISTICS
                       YEAR          GP-MP       K      E       TA     PCT.     A       SA    SE     RE     DIGS     BS      BA     BE   BHE
                       2002…… 131-35             2      6      44    -.091     26       0     1      31     595        0      0      0       1


                       ANGIE RIME – 2002 AVCA Division II All-America Second Team
                          Rime earned a spot on the AVCA All-America Second Team for the second straight year after setting SDSU single-
                       season and career marks for set assists. Her 1,775 assists were good for an average of 13.45 per game. Rime, who
                       played in every game for the Jackrabbits in 2002, also led the team with 28 service aces, ranked third in digs with
                       411 and tied for fourth on the club with 67 blocks.

                                                                        2002 STATISTICS
                       YEAR          GP-MP       K      E       TA     PCT.         A   SA    SE     RE     DIGS     BS      BA     BE   BHE
                       2002…… 132-35           152    43      346     .315 1,775        28   32       1     411        9     58    19        2




56   THE SUMMITLEAGUE.ORG
JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                                                                              ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS
                 –A–                                             –G–                                            –N–                                            –T –
Aamlid, Seri.....................2003-04         Gothe, Lindsey ......................2003     Nelson, Kris .....................1975-76      Telford, Y. Carmella ................1975
Adams, Annie........................2007         Gruber, Gretchen ...................2000      Nelson, Sue .....................1983-86       Tepley, Alissa ...................2000-03
Adolphson, Reagan ..........1992-94                                                            Nihart, Julie .....................1995-98     Thompson, Becca ..................2003
Ahlquist, Gail...................1988-91                         –H–                           Nikolaisen, Nicole..................1994       Tonsfeldt, Annie.....................1988
Anderson, Amy.................2004-07            Hainline, Tammy ....................1977      Nitzchke, Kerri.......................1988     Tyler, Kim ........................1978-80
Angner, Mackenzie ...........2004-08             Hegerle, Laura ......................2003     Noehren, Tressa .....................1982
Antonie, Pam...................1978-80           Heiden, Joanne......................2002      Nygren, Laurie ......................1976                      –W–
Archer, Liz..............1998, 2000-02           Heisinger, Sara ......................1993                                                   Weaver, Della...................1975-77
Artz, Diedra ..........................2006      Heitbrink, Laura ....................1979                      –O–                           Weeks, Shari....................1981-84
                                                 Heitzman, Robin ..............1979-80         Olsen, Justine...................2005-08       Weiland, Pam........................1975
                 –B–                             Hinrichs, Sara........................2004    O’Neill, Wendy.................2000-03         Wendland, Taran...............1984-87
Baartman, Carrie ............ 1989-90            Hoemann, Kelly ...........1999-2002           Osadchuk, Mackenzie ..2004, 06-07              Wernert, Stacey............2006-08
Barber, Julie.................... 1988-89        Hruska, Kathleen...................2005                                                      Wick, Lisa .............................1985
Behm, Stephanie ............ 2003-05                                                                            –P–                           Wicks, Cynthia .................1977-80
Biggerstaff, Sarah ........... 2001-04                            –I–                          Palmer, Emily .....................2008        Wilde, Cheryl ...................1980-81
Birr, Trisha .............................2008   Iwamoto, Melia ................2007-08        Pearson, Samantha ..........2004-07            Windschitl, Wendy ............1985-87
Birrenkott, Lunette...........1975-77                                                          Pedersen, Connie .............1996-99          Woitalewicz, Connie .........1977-78
Bitker, Rhonda ......................2002                                                                                                     Woodman, Sara ...............1993-94
Boll, Carley......................2003-04
                                                                  –J–                          Peters, Nicole ...............2007-08
                                                                                                                                              Worklan, Sarah ................1996-99
                                                 Jacobson, Aleasha..................1999       Peterson-Rodel, Merridee .......1994-97
Boll, Jennifer ...................1993-94                                                      Pfister, Heidi ....................1986-87
                                                 Jacobson, Lisa..................1982-85
Bornhoft, Grethe ..........1998-2001
                                                 Jagerson, Sharon ...................1979      Poeppel, Rebecca ..................2008                          – Y–
Bostrom, Kim ..................2001-04                                                         Polzin, Amanda .....................2006       Youngren, Ellyce.................2008
Bozell, Connie .......................1977       Janssen, Molly .......................2008
                                                 Johnson, Chris..................1989-92       Portner, Diane..................1980-81        Yonker, Maureen ..............1976-77
Brown, Michelle ...............1989-92                                                         Price, Kelly............................1984
Burma, Paula...................1982-84           Johnson, Jennifer .............1983, 86
Buryanek, Nancy..............1979-82             Johnson, Lindsey ...................2002                                                                      –Z–
Busch, Marci.........................1995        Johnson, Paula ......................1981                      –R–                           Zastrow, Julie ...................1986-87
                                                 Johnson, Rebecca.............1979-82          Rath, Roxie......................1995-98       Zaczkowski, Krista ............1995-98
                                                                                               Ridenour, Minette.............2003-06
                 –C–
Carsrud, Laurie......................1978
                                                                 –K–                           Riemenschneider, Barb .....1988-89             * Active Players in Bold
                                                 Kalbfell, Shannon.............1988-91         Riley, Kate .......................1977-79
Corlett, Cindy...................1976-78                                                       Rime, Angie.................1999-2002
Crevier, Tanya ..................1975-76         Kathol, Ashley ..............2007-08
                                                 Kelley, Kathy....................1994-95      Rolston, Nancy ................1983-84
                                                 Keinholz, Jenny ................1989-90       Rooney, Emily..................2005-07
                 –D–                             Kessler, Peggy .................1978-80       Rowe, Teresa....................1984-87
Dahl, Rachel....................2006-08          Klusaw, Kristie .................2003-06
Delker, Julie...........................1981     Krier, Jean........................1975-76                     –S–
Dent, Pat ..............................1976     Kryger, Tasha....................1985-87      Sanderfoot, Mary ...............2008
Dold, Jenni ......................1992-95                                                      Sanders, Arika .................1994-97
Doschadis, Sara ...............2002-05
Drake, Daynica ............1998-2000
                                                                 –L–                           Sargent, Sarah.................1988-90
                                                 Langford, Gwenn .............1981-84          Schneider, Stacey .............1996-97
Dray, Annette........................1986                                                      Schultz, Janel...................1978-80
                                                 Larson, Karla ...................1985-86
                                                 Lehnhoff, Traci .......................1993   Schuster, Alison............1999-2000
                  –E–                            Lichman, Nancy...............1975-77          Simet, Sarah....................2001-04
Ebnet, Annie....................2001-02          Linderman, Kristin .................2000      Sitton, Jenna Rae ..................2007
Ebnet, Joan ...........................2002      Livingston, Janice ..................1975     Slagter, Laura ..................2005-06
Ebnet, Rose .................1997-2000           Lloyd, Becky .........................1978    Smith, Betty..........................1975
                                                 Lohrenz, Shelly......................1989     Smith, Bridget .................1995-96
                  –F–                                                                          Smith, Emily .........................1993
                                                                                               Smith, Tria .......................1995-97
Fiegen, Kelli..................2007-08                            –M–                          Storms, Sarah ..................1991-94
Force, Liz.........................1996-99       Martin, Kristina ................2004-07
Fottral, Amy ..........................1992                                                    Stuewe, Dawn.......................1987
                                                 Miller, Sue .......................1981-83    Stumps, Janet ..................1977-79
Freichels, Lisa.......1989-90, 92-93             Mittelstadt, Lisa ...............1985-87
Frisvold, Brenda...............1984-85                                                         Sturm, Shauna.............1998-2001
                                                 Mollner, Ericka ......................1992    Sudbeck, Julie ..................1989-91
Fusco, Dana.....................1991-94
Fusco, Linda ....................1989-92                                                       Swanson-Tordsen, April .......1991-94


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YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORES                                                                                                                                                                                 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
           1966 – Won 7, Lost 0                           –––                                           10/10  vs Gustavus Adolphus .........L 1-2           SDSU Invitational; Brookings, S.D.                  /       vs Bethel (Kan.) .................L 0-2
             Coach: Pat Hale                      AIAW State Tournament; Brookings, S.D.                10/15  at Augustana ....................W 2-0        10/29 BLACK HILLS STATE..........W 2-0              /       vs William Woods (Mo.) .......L 0-2
DATE    OPPONENT                          SCORE   12/3 USD-SPRINGFIELD...........W 2-0                  10/15  vs Sioux Falls .....................L 1-2     10/29 NORTH DAKOTA................W 2-0             /       vs Kearney State (Neb.) ......L 0-2
11/22 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0        12/3 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0             10/19  ST. CLOUD STATE...............L 1-2           10/29 NEBRASKA (J.V.) ................L 0-2         – –    – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
11/28 at Sioux Falls ....................W 2-0    12/4 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-0             10/21  at Mount Marty .................W 2-0         10/30 N’EASTERN CC (Neb.) .......W 2-1                       1979 – Won 12, Lost 20
11/30 at Dakota State.................W 2-1               –––                                           10/21  vs Yankton (S.D.) ...............W 2-0        10/30 NEBRASKA (J.V.) ................L 0-2                     Coach: Ruth Marske
        –––                                       12/8 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-1             10/24  NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0              10/30 MOUNT MARTY.................W 2-0               COMPLETE SEASON RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE
Sports Day Tournament; Brookings, S.D.            12/9 HURON ............................W 2-0          10/24  YANKTON (S.D.) ................W 2-0                  –––                                        DATE     OPPONENT                           SCORE
12/3 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-1         12/14 at Dakota State.................W 2-0           10/30  vs Wayne State (Neb.)........W 2-0            11/5 at Mankato State...............W 2-1          SDAIAW D-II Tournament; Brookings, S.D.
12/3 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-1            – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                     10/30  at USD-Springfield ............W 2-0          11/5 vs Minnesota.....................W 2-1        11/3 AUGUSTANA .....................W 3-0
12/3 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-1                       1972 – Won 9, Lost 12                       11/1   at Concordia-Moorhead ......L 0-2                     –––                                        11/3 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 3-1
        –––                                                    Coach: Sue Yeager                        11/1   at North Dakota State.........L 0-2           AIAW State Tournament; Brookings, S.D.               – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
12/6 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-1          DATE    OPPONENT                              SCORE          –––                                           November 11-13, 1976                                         1980 – Won 17, Lost 14
  – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                 11/7 at Dakota State..................L 0-2           at SDAIAW Tournament; Springfield, S.D.                      DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0                     Coach: Ruth Marske
           1967 – Won 5, Lost 3                   11/11 at Mankato State................L 0-2           11/8 vs Yankton (S.D.) ...............W 2-1                  HURON ............................W 2-0    DATE     OPPONENT                           SCORE
              Coach: Pat Hale                     11/11 vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2          11/8 vs South Dakota................W 2-1                    SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0       9/20 vs Dakota State.................W 2-0
DATE    OPPONENT                          SCORE   11/14 at Minn-Morris ...................L 0-2         11/9 vs Mount Marty.................W 2-0                    NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0           9/20 vs Black Hills State.............L 1-2
11/16 at Dakota State.................W 2-0       11/16 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0                11/9 vs Mount Marty.................W 2-0                    DAKOTA WESLEYAN ..........W 2-0                     –––
11/28 SIOUX FALLS.....................L 0-2       11/16 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 2-0                     –––                                                   BLACK HILLS STATE..........W 2-0           at Tri-College Tournament; Fargo, N.D.
        –––                                       11/21 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0             AIAW Region VI Tournament; Lincoln, Neb.                     SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 2-0         9/26 vs Minn.-Duluth .................L 0-2
Sports Day Tournament; Brookings, S.D.            11/28 at Augustana ....................W 2-1          November 21-23, 1974                                         MOUNT MARTY.................W 2-1          9/26 vs MSU-Moorhead.............W 2-0
12/2 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-1         11/29 MINN.-MORRIS ................W 2-1                     vs Minnesota......................L 0-2               –––                                        9/26 vs Concordia-Moorhead.....W 2-1
12/2 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 2-1           12/4 at Sioux Falls......................L 1-2               vs Missouri........................W 2-0      AIAW Region VI Tournament; Brookings, S.D.         9/27 vs St. Catherine (Minn.) ......L 0-2
12/2 YANKTON (S.D.) .................L 0-2        12/5 HURON ............................W 2-0                 vs Kansas State..................L 1-2        November 18-20, 1976                               9/27 vs Concordia-Moorhead.....W 2-0
12/2 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0                 –––                                                  vs William Penn (Iowa)........L 0-2                   BETHEL (Kan.)...................L 0-2      9/27 vs MSU-Moorhead..............L 0-2
12/2 YANKTON (S.D.) .................L 1-2        AIAW State Tournament; Brookings, S.D.                       vs Kearney State (Neb.) ......L 1-2                   MAYVILLE ST. (N.D.)..........W 2-0                  –––
        –––                                       12/8 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-1                    vs Augsburg (Minn.) ...........L 1-2                  KEARNEY ST. (Neb.) ..........W 2-0         9/30 South Daktoa....................W 3-1
12/6 at Dakota State.................W 2-0        12/8 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0                     vs Mayville State (N.D.) .....W 2-0                   WILLIAM WOODS (Mo.).....W 2-0              10/1 Valley City State (N.D.) ......W 2-1
  – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                 12/9 MOUNT MARTY (S.D.) ........L 1-2                   – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                            LORAS (Iowa) ...................W 2-0      10/1 Northern State ..................W 2-0
          1968 – Won 11, Lost 1                   12/9 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-1                       1975 – Won 25, Lost 5                               GUST. ADOLPHUS ..............L 0-2         10/7 Augustana ........................W 2-0
              Coach: Pat Hale                     12/9 MOUNT MARTY..................L 0-2                          Coach: Ruth Marske                                ST. CATHERINE (Minn.).......L 0-2          10/7 SW State (Minn.)................L 0-2
DATE    OPPONENT                          SCORE           –––                                           DATE   OPPONENT                              SCORE           NORTH DAKOTA STATE......W 2-0              10/8 Mankato State....................L 0-2
11/15 at SW State (Minn.)...........W 2-0         at AIAW Region VI Tournament;                         9/26 vs Sioux Empire ................W 2-0                   BETHEL (Kan.)...................L 0-2      10/8 Martin Luther (Minn.) .........L 1-2
11/19 at Sioux Falls ....................W 2-0            Minneapolis, Minn.                            9/26 at Mount Marty .................W 2-0             – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                  10/10 Northern State ..................W 2-1
11/26 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0         January 18-20, 1973                                   9/27 Moorhead St. (Minn.).........W 2-1                       1977 – Won 28, Lost 18                    10/10 Northwestern (Iowa) ...........L 0-2
12/3 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-1                 vs North Dakota .................L 1-2        9/30 at Yankton.........................W 2-0                    Coach: Ruth Marske                     10/10 Northeast CC (Neb.) ..........W 2-0
12/5 vs Sioux Falls ....................W 2-0             vs Kansas ..........................L 0-2     9/30 vs N’eastern CC (Neb.) ......W 2-1                 COMPLETE SEASON RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE           10/13 Sioux Falls ........................W 3-1
12/5 at Northern State ..............W 2-0                at Minnesota......................L 0-2       10/8 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0            DATE    OPPONENT                           SCORE   10/17 Augustana ........................W 2-0
12/6 vs Sioux Falls ....................W 2-1             vs Central Missouri .............L 0-2        10/10 MANKATO STATE...............W 2-0              at SDAIAW Tournament; Yankton, S.D.                10/17 North Dakota State.............L 0-2
12/6 at Northern State ..............W 2-1                vs Drake ............................L 0-2    10/10 NORTH DAKOTA ST............W 2-0               11/11 vs. Dakota Wesleyan ..........W 2-0          10/17 North Dakota ....................W 2-1
        –––                                         – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                     10/15 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-0           11/11 vs. Northern State .............W 2-0        10/20 Dakota State.....................W 2-0
Sports Day Tournament; Brookings, S.D.                      1973 – Won 18, Lost 4                       10/15 SW STATE (Minn.) .............W 2-0            11/12 vs. Mount Marty ................W 2-0        10/20 Yankton (S.D.)...................W 2-0
12/7 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0                      Coach: Ruth Marske                        10/21 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0                 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                           –––
12/7 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0         DATE    OPPONENT                              SCORE   10/21 USD-SPRINGFIELD...........W 2-0                         1978 – Won 20, Lost 27                    at NCC Tournament; Greeley, Colo.
12/7 YANKTON (S.D.) ................W 2-0         10/11 at Dakota State.................W 2-0           10/24 at Black Hills State ............W 2-1                     Coach: Ruth Marske                     10/24 vs South Dakota.................L 1-2
        –––                                       10/15 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-0            10/24 vs Chadron State (Neb.).....W 2-0              DATE    OPPONENT                           SCORE   10/24 vs Augustana ....................W 2-0
12/8 Augustana .........................L 1-2     10/18 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0            10/25 vs Wyoming ......................W 2-1               COMPLETE SEASON RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE        10/24 at Northern Colorado ..........L 0-2
  – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                 10/23 at Mount Marty .................W 3-2           10/25 vs SD Tech........................W 2-0        at Tri-College Invitational; Fargo, N.D.           10/25 vs Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 0-3
           1969 – Won 7, Lost 0                   10/27 at Northern State ..............W 2-0           10/28 at South Dakota................W 2-0            /       vs St. Catherine (Minn.) ......L 0-2      10/25 vs North Dakota .................L 2-3
              Coach: Pat Hale                     10/27 vs Black Hills State............W 2-1           10/28 vs Augustana ....................W 2-0          /       vs Concordia-Moorhead.....W 2-0                    –––
DATE    OPPONENT                          SCORE   11/1 vs South Dakota................W 2-0             10/31 at SW State (Minn.)...........W 2-0             /       vs Mankato State ...............L 0-2     at SDAIAW D-II Tournament; Vermillion, S.D.
11/18 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-0        11/1 at USD-Springfield ............W 2-0             10/31 vs Martin Luther (Minn.) ....W 2-0              /       vs Minn.-Duluth .................L 0-2    11/4 vs Augustana ....................W 3-0
11/25 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0         11/3 MANKATO STATE................L 1-2               11/1 at St. Cloud State ...............L 1-2          /       vs MSU-Moorhead..............L 0-2        11/4 at South Daktoa .................L 0-3
12/2 SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0         11/3 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0                 11/1 vs Winona State (Minn.).....W 2-0                /       at North Dakota State.........L 0-2         – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
12/8 at Augustana ....................W 2-1        /      MINN.-MORRIS ................W 2-0            11/3 at USD-Springfield ............W 2-1             /       vs Bemidji State .................L 1-2             1981 – Won 20, Lost 18
        –––                                       11/10 at St. Cloud State ..............W 3-2          11/3 vs Wayne State..................W 2-0                     –––                                                  Coach: Kathy DeDeyn
Sports Day Tournament; Brookings, S.D.            11/14 at SW State (Minn.)...........W 2-0             11/11 at Minn.-Morris .................W 2-0          /       at SW State (Minn.). . . . . . unknown
12/13 HURON ............................W 2-0             –––                                                  –––                                                     –––                                           MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE
12/13 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0            at AIAW State Tournament; Springfield, S.D.           at AIAW Region VI Tourney; Columbia, Mo.             at Drake Invitational; Des Moines, Iowa              – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
12/13 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-1        11/16 vs Dakota State.................W 2-0           November 20-22, 1975                                 October 20-21, 1978                                         1982 – Won 17, Lost 20
  – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                 11/16 at USD-Springfield ............W 2-0                   vs St. Louis ........................L 0-2             vs Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 0-2                   Coach: Kathy DeDeyn
           1970 – Won 4, Lost 3                   11/17 vs Mount Marty.................W 2-0                   vs Kansas ..........................L 0-2              vs Iowa..............................L 0-2
              Coach: Pat Hale                     11/17 vs Mount Marty.................W 2-0                   vs Minnesota......................L 1-2                vs Wichita State..................L 0-2        MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE
DATE    OPPONENT                          SCORE           –––                                                  vs Drake...........................W 2-0               vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2         – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
 /      at SW State (Minn.)............L 0-2      at AIAW Region VI Tournament;                                vs Nebraska .......................L 1-2               –––                                                1983 – Won 24, Lost 16
 /      SIOUX FALLS....................W 2-0              Minneapolis, Minn.                              – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                    at SDAIAW Tournament; Yankton, S.D.                              Coach: Deb Allyn
 /      at Augustana ....................W 2-0    Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 1973                                           1976 – Won 32, Lost 7                       11/2 vs South Dakota Tech.........W 2-1
11/24 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0                    vs North Dakota ................W 2-0                    Coach: Ruth Marske                        11/2 vs Sious Falls College.........W 2-0               MATCH-BY-MATCH RESULTS NOT AVAILABLE
12/2 AUGUSTANA ......................L 1-2                vs Missouri.........................L 0-2     DATE   OPPONENT                              SCORE   11/2 vs Huron College...............W 2-0            – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
12/3 MINN.-MORRIS ................W 2-0                   vs Nebraska ......................W 2-1       9/24 at North Dakota State........W 2-0              11/2 vs Black Hills State.............L 0-2                 1984 – Won 23, Lost 23
        –––                                               vs Drake ............................L 0-2    9/25 at Concordia-M’head.........W 2-0               11/3 vs Augustana .....................L 0-2                     Coach: Deb Allyn
Sports Day Championship; Brookings, S.D.                  vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2        9/25 at Moorhead St. (Minn.).....W 2-0               11/3 vs USD-Springfield............W 2-0 DATE OPPONENT                                        SCORE
 12/5 AUGUSTANA ......................L 1-2         – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                     9/28 at N’eastern CC (Neb.).......W 2-0                       Bracket Play                                /     SW State (Minn.)................L 1-3
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                            1974 – Won 20, Lost 11                       9/28 vs York (Neb.)....................W 2-0         11/4 vs Mount Marty.................W 2-1                  –––
          1971 – Won 11, Lost 2                               Coach: Ruth Marske                        10/5 ST. CLOUD STATE...............L 1-2             11/4 vs Augustana ....................W 2-0 at NCC Early Bird Round Robin
             Coach: Sue Yeager                    DATE    OPPONENT                              SCORE   10/5 ST. CLOUD STATE..............W 2-1              11/4 vs South Dakota.................L 1-2           /     vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2
DATE    OPPONENT                          SCORE   9/21 CONCORDIA-M’HEAD.......W 2-0                     10/12 NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-0               11/4 vs Augustana ....................W 2-1          /     vs North Dakota ................W 2-0
11/10 at Minn.-Morris .................W 2-1      10/1 DAKOTA STATE..................W 2-0              10/12 YANKTON (S.D.) ................W 2-0           11/4 vs South Dakota................W 2-1            /     vs Augustana .....................L 1-2
11/11 at Huron...........................W 2-0    10/1 USD-SPRINGFIELD...........W 2-0                     /   Dakota State.....................W 2-0        11/4 vs South Dakota.................L 1-2           /     vs South Dakota................W 2-1
11/16 at Northern State ..............W 2-0       10/4 at Northern State ..............W 2-0            10/20 vs USD-Springfield............W 2-0                     –––                                         /     vs Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 0-2
11/18 at South Dakota................W 2-0        10/4 vs South Dakota................W 2-0             10/20 at Northern State ..............W 2-0          at Region VI Tournament; Duluth, Minn.              9/15 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2
11/23 AUGUSTANA ......................L 1-2       10/7 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-0             10/26 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 2-0              /       vs Loras (Iowa)...................L 0-2     /     vs Mankato State ...............L 1-2
11/30 MINN.-MORRIS ................W 2-1          10/7 SW STATE (Minn.) .............W 2-0              10/26 AUGUSTANA .....................W 2-0            /       vs North Dakota State.........L 1-2               –––
12/1 at Augustana......................L 0-2      10/10 at Mankato State................L 1-2                  –––                                            /       at Minn.-Duluth .................L 0-2 SDSU Invitational; Brookings, S.D.


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 /      NORTHERN STATE ............W 2-1             /        St. Catherine’s (Minn.).......W 3-1              9/11     vs Carleton (Minn.)............W 2-1       at Mankato State Invite; Mankato, Minn.              11/3    SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 3-0
 /      SD TECH ...........................L 0-2     /        Augustana .........................L 0-3         9/11     vs Augustana .....................L 1-3    10/14 vs Augustana ...................W 3-1          11/4    ALASKA-FAIRBANKS .........W 3-0
 /      MOUNT MARTY.................W 2-0            /        Noth Dakota ......................L 0-3          9/11     vs Michigan Tech.................L 1-3     10/14 vs St. Cloud State ..............L 1-3         11/4    AUGUSTANA ....................W 3-0
 /      JAMESTOWN (N.D.) ...........W 2-1            /        North Dakota State.............L 0-3             9/12     vs Jamestown (N.D.) ..........W 3-2        10/15 at Mankato State ..............W 3-0                   –––
 /      MAYVILLE STATE (N.D.).....W 2-0              /        St. Cloud State ...................L 0-3         9/12     vs St. Cloud State...............L 1-3     10/15 vs Minn.-Duluth ................L 1-3          11/5 ALASKA-FAIRBANKS .........W 3-0
 /      BRIAR CLIFF (Iowa) ..........W 2-1           – –    – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                                 –––                                                 –––                                         11/9 NORTHERN COLORADO.....L 0-3
        –––                                                    1986 – Won 23, Lost 23                          at Wis.-LaCrosse Invitational: LaCrosse, Wis.       at Minnesota-Duluth Invite; Duluth, Minn.            11/10 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .........W 3-2
at Augustana Triangular; Sioux Falls, S.D.                          Coach: Deb Allyn                           9/18 vs Carleton (Minn.)............W 2-1           10/21 vs North Dakota State ........L 0-3                    –––
 /      vs Mankato State ...............L 0-2       DATE      OPPONENT                                 SCORE   9/18 vs St. Catherines (Minn.)....W 2-1             10/21 at Minn.-Duluth .................L 0-3         NCC Tournament; Mankato, Minn.
 /      at Augustana ....................W 2-0      9/10 SW State (Minn.)...............W 3-0                  9/18 vs Wis.-Superior ................W 2-0         10/22 vs Michigan Tech ...............W 3-0          11/18 vs South Dakota ...............W 3-0
        –––                                                   – – – ..................................         9/19 vs Augustana ....................W 2-1         10/22 vs Mankato State .............W 3-1            11/18 vs Nebraska-Omaha ..........L 0-3
at Augustana Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D.          at North Dakota Tournament; Fargo, S.D.                    9/19 at Wis.-LaCrosse................W 2-1                   –––                                           – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
 /      vs Midland (Neb.)..............W 2-0        9/12 vs Valley City State.............W 2-0                         –––                                        SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.                      1990 – Won 28, Lost 7
 /      vs Morningside...................L 1-2      9/12 at North Dakota ................W 2-1                 at Augustana Invitational; Sioux Falls, S.D.        10/28 AUGUSTANA .....................L 2-3                       Coach: Janet Stumps
 /      vs South Dakota.................L 1-2       9/12 vs St. Cloud State..............W 2-0                 9/25 vs Bemidji State................W 2-1          10/28 MANKATO STATE................L 1-3             DATE    OPPONENT                          SCORE
 /      vs Northern State ..............W 2-0       9/12 vs Jamestown (N.D.) .........W 2-0                    9/25 vs South Dakota................W 2-0           10/29 BEMIDJI STATE .................W 3-1           9/1     at Wayne State (Neb.)........W 3-2
 /      vs Morningside..................W 2-0       9/13 at Augustana......................L 1-2               9/25 at Augustana ....................W 2-1         10/29 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0              9/1     vs Morningside...................L 1-3
 /      vs Briar Cliff (Iowa) ...........W 2-0      9/13 vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2                9/26 vs SW State (Minn.)...........W 2-0                     –––                                                 –––
 /      vs St. Mary’s (Minn.)...........L 1-2       9/13 vs Augustana .....................L 1-2               9/26 vs North Dakota ................W 2-0          11/4 at Nebraska-Omaha ..........L 0-3               9/6     MOUNT MARY .................W 3-0
        – ––                                                  –––                                              9/26 vs Briar Cliff (Iowa) ............L 1-2        11/5 at South Dakota................W 3-1            9/7     WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........W 3-1
 /      SW State (Minn.)................L 1-3       9/17 MOUNT MARTY.................W 3-0                              –––                                        11/11 ST. CLOUD STATE .............W 3-0             9/14 at Minnesota-Morris .........W 3-0
        –––                                                   –––                                              at Gustavus Adolphus Invite; St. Peter, Minn.       11/12 vs Mankato State .............W 3-0                    –––
at UND Invitational; Grand Forks, N.D.              at St. Cloud St. Tournament; St. Cloud, Minn.              10/3 at Gustavus Adolphus ...........L 1-2                   –––                                         at Cougar Invitational; Morris, Minn.
 /      vs Winnipeg .......................L 0-2    9/19 vs Minn.-Duluth................W 2-1                  10/3 vs Moorhead St. (Minn.) ......W 2-0            NCC Tournament; Grand Forks, N.D.                    9/15 vs Jamestown (N.D.) ..........W 2-0
 /      vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2         9/19 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2                   10/3 vs Morningside....................W 2-0        11/19 vs Mankato State ..............L 0-3           9/15 vs Northwestern (Iowa)......W 2-0
 /      at North Dakota ................W 2-0       9/        vs Grand Valley State ..........L 0-2            10/3 vs Augustana........................L 0-2       – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                     9/15 at Minn.-Morris .................W 2-0
 /      vs Mayville State (N.D.) .....W 2-1         9/        vs Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 0-2                        –––                                                  1989 – Won 27, Lost 20                     9/15 vs Bethel (Minn.) ..............W 2-0
 /      vs Augustana .....................L 1-2     9/20 vs Mankato State ..............W 2-0                  10/14 Augustana .........................L 3-0                   Coach: Janet Stumps                             –––
 /      vs Winnipeg .......................L 0-2    9/20 at St. Cloud State ...............L 0-2                        –––                                        DATE     OPPONENT                            SCORE   9/19 vs Dakota Wesleyan...........W 3-2
 /      vs Augustana .....................L 1-2               –––                                              at Mankato State Invite; Mankato, Minn.             at SW State Tournament; Marshall, Minn.                      –––
        –––                                         at Augustana Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D.                 10/16 vs Northern Michigan.........W 2-1            9/1      vs St. Mary (Minn.).............L 0-2       at Augustana Invitational; Sioux Falls, S.D.
at Mankato State Invite; Mankato, Minn.             9/26 vs North Dakota .................L 0-2                10/16 vs Gustavus Adolphus .........L 1-2           9/1      vs Moorhead St. (Minn.)......L 0-2          9/21 vs Wayne State..................W 3-1
 /      at Mankato State................L 0-2       9/26 vs Gustavus Adolphus........W 2-1                     10/16 at Mankato State................L 0-2         9/1      vs Bethel (Kan.) ................W 2-0      9/21 vs South Dakota................W 3-0
 /      vs Minn.-Duluth .................L 1-2      9/        vs Briar Cliff (Iowa) ...........W 2-0           10/17 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2           9/2      vs Moorhead St. (Minn.).....W 2-1           9/22 at Augustana ....................W 3-2
 /      vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2      9/27 vs St. Mary’s (Neb.) ...........W 2-1                 10/17 vs St. Cloud State...............L 1-2        9/2      vs Augustana ....................W 2-1      9/22 vs North Dakota ................L 2-3
 /      vs Augustana .....................L 0-2     9/27 vs North Dakota .................L 0-2                         –––                                        9/2      vs Graceland (Iowa) ...........L 0-3                –––
         –––                                                  –––                                              10/21 at South Dakota................W 3-0                   –––                                         9/26 at SW State (Minn.)...........W 3-0
at SW State Quadrangular; Marshall, Minn.           10/1 NORTHERN STATE ............W 3-0                      10/23 at Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 1-3            9/6      WAYNE STATE ..................W 3-1                 –––
 /      at SW State (Minn.)...........W 2-0                   –––                                                       –––                                                 –––                                         at Briar Cliff Invitational; Sioux City, Iowa
 /      vs Winona State (Minn.).....W 2-1           at Gustavus Adolphus Tournament;                           SDSU Invitational; Brookings, S.D.                  at Tiger Tournament; Hayes, Kan.                     9/28 vs Dordt (Iowa) .................W 3-1
 /      vs Concordia-Moorhead.....W 2-1                       St. Peter, Minn.                                 10/30 ST. CATHERINE’S (Minn.)...W 3-0               9/8      at Fort Hays State (Kan.).....L 1-3         9/28 vs Mount Mercy (Iowa) ......W 3-0
        –––                                         10/4 at Gustavus Adolphus .........L 0-2                   10/31 AUGUSTANA .....................W 3-1          9/8      vs Bethel (Kan.) .................L 1-3     9/29 vs Northwestern (Iowa)......W 3-2
SDSU Round Robin Invite; Brookings, S.D.            10/4 vs Wis.-River Falls .............W 2-0                10/31 BEMIDJI STATE ..................L 2-3         9/8      vs Denver .........................W 3-0    9/29 at Briar Cliff (Iowa)............W 3-2
 /      NORTH DAKOTA................W 2-0           10/4 vs Augsutana .....................L 1-2                        –––                                        9/8      vs Nebraska-Kearney .........L 1-3                  –––
 /      SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 2-0          10/4 vs Moorhead State..............L 1-2                  11/6 at North Dakota .................L 1-3         9/9      vs Metro State (Colo.) .........L 0-3       10/3 at Dakota State.................W 3-2
 /      GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS.......L 1-2               10/4 vs Morningside...................L 1-2                11/7 at North Dakota State.........L 0-3            9/9      vs Doane (Neb.) .................L 0-3      10/5 at Morningside ..................W 3-1
 /      AUGUSTANA ......................L 1-2                 –––                                              11/13 St. Cloud State..................W 3-2        9/9      vs Missouri Western ............L 0-3       10/6 at South Dakota................W 3-0
 /      WIS.-WHITEWATER...........W 2-0             10/10 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 0-3                       11/14 Mankato State....................L 2-3                 –––                                         10/8 DAKOTA WESLEYAN ..........W 3-0
        –––                                         10/15 at Augsutana ....................W 3-1                        –––                                        9/12 at Mount Marty ................W 3-2            10/10 BRIAR CLIFF (Iowa) ..........W 3-0
at NCC Tournament; Mankato, Minn.                             –––                                              at NCC Tournament; Omaha, Neb.                               –––                                         10/13 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ......L 1-3
 /      vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-2      at Mankato State Tourney; Mankato, Minn.                   11/22 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-3           at Briar Cliff Invitational; Sioux City, Iowa        10/16 NORTHERN STATE ...........W 3-0
 /      at Mankato State...............W 2-0        10/17 vs Minnesota-Duluth ..........L 0-2                    – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                   9/15 vs Dakota State ................W 3-1           10/19 at Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-2
 /      vs North Dakota ................W 2-0       10/17 at Mankato State................L 0-2                          1988 – Won 20, Lost 17                    9/15 vs Bethel (Kan.) ................W 3-0          10/20 at Northern Colorado .........L 0-3
 /      vs Augustana ....................W 2-0      10/17 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2                               Coach: Janet Stumps                    9/16 vs Denver .........................W 3-0        10/24 at Augustana......................L 2-3
 /      vs North Dakota State.........L 0-2         10/18 vs North Dakota ................W 2-1                DATE     OPPONENT                           SCORE   9/16 vs Nebraska-Kearney ........W 3-1               10/25 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-1
  – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                   10/18 vs Minnesota-Duluth ..........L 0-2                  9/6      SW State (Minn.)...............W 3-1                    SDSU WINS TOURNAMENT                            –––
         1985 – Won 10, Lost 20                               –––                                                       –––                                                 –––                                         SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.
              Coach: Deb Allyn                      at Hamline Tournament; St. Paul, Minn.                     at North Dakota Invite; Grand Forks, N.D.           9/19 vs SW State (Minn.)...........W 3-1             11/3 AUGUSTANA .....................W 3-2
DATE    OPPONENT                            SCORE   10/25 vs Trinity College................W 2-0              9/9      vs North Dakota State.........L 0-3                 –––                                         11/3 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 3-0
 /      St. Cloud State ...................L 0-2    10/25 at Hamline (Minn.) ............W 2-0                 9/9      vs Augustana .....................L 1-3    at Augustana Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D.                   –––
 /      Valley City State (N.D.) ......W 2-0        10/25 vs Mary (N.D.)...................W 2-0               9/10 at North Dakota ................W 3-1          9/22 vs SW State (Minn.)...........W 3-1             11/9 ST. CLOUD STATE..............W 3-1
 /      North Dakota ....................W 2-1                –––                                              9/10 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-3            9/22 vs Wis.-Milwaukee..............L 1-3            11/10 MANKATO STATE................L 1-3
 /      Jamestown (N.D.) ..............W 2-1        10/31 NORTH DAKOTA................W 3-2                             –––                                        9/23 vs South Dakota................W 3-0            11/16 NORTH DAKOTA.................L 2-3
 /      Augustana .........................L 0-2              –––                                              9/15 at Alaska-Fairbanks ...........W 3-1           9/23 vs Morningside .................W 3-0             – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
 /      Augustana .........................L 0-2    SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.                  9/16 at Alaska-Fairbanks ..........W 3-2            9/23 vs North Dakota ................L 1-3                     1991 – Won 16, Lost 17
 /      North Dakota .....................L 0-2     11/1 AUGUSTANA .....................L 1-2                  9/17 vs Alaska-Anchorage ..........L 1-3                     –––                                                     Coach: Al Schneider
 /      Bemidji State ....................W 2-0     11/1 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 2-0                    9/18 vs Alaska-Anchorage ..........L 0-3            at Wayne State Tournament; Wayne, Neb.               DATE    OPPONENT                          SCORE
 /      St Cloud State....................L 0-2     11/1 NORTH DAKOTA.................L 1-2                             –––                                        9/29 vs Nebraska-Kearney..........L 0-3              at Morningside Triangular; Sioux City, Iowa
 /      Mankato State....................L 0-2                –––                                              at Augustana Invite; Sioux Falls, S.D.              9/30 vs Fort Hays State .............W 3-0           8/31 at Morningside ...................L 1-3
 /      North Dakota State.............L 0-2        11/7 at Mankato State ..............W 3-2                  9/23 at Augustana ....................W 3-0         9/30 vs Emporia State................L 2-3           8/31 vs Augustana .....................L 1-3
 /      Minn.-Duluth .....................L 1-2     11/8 at St. Cloud State ..............L 1-3                9/23 vs SW State (Minn.)...........W 3-0            9/30 at Wayne State .................W 3-2                   –––
 /      Morningside......................W 2-0      11/14 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0                    9/24 vs South Dakota................W 3-0                    –––                                         at UNO Invitational; Omaha, Neb.
 /      St. Mary’s (Neb.) ...............W 2-1      11/15 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ..........L 0-3                       9/24 vs North Dakota ...............W 3-2           10/4 AUGUSTANA .....................L 1-3            9/6     vs Wayne State..................W 3-2
 /      Gustavus Adolphus ............W 2-1                   –––                                                       –––                                        10/5 DAKOTA STATE..................W 3-1             9/6     vs Missouri Western ...........W 3-2
 /      Gustavus Adolphus .............L 0-2        at NCC Tournament; Fargo, N.D.                             at Mankato State Invite; Mankato, Minn.             10/10 at Northern State .............W 3-2           9/6     vs Nebraska-Kearney.........W 3-2
 /      Augustana .........................L 0-3    11/21 vs Augustana ....................W 3-0               9/30 vs. St. Thomas (Minn.).........L 1-3           10/13 vs St. Cloud State ..............L 1-3         9/7     vs Morningside...................L 2-3
 /      SW State (Minn.)................L 1-3       11/21 vs Nebraska-Omaha ...........L 0-3                   9/30 vs Wis.-Stevens Point.........W 3-1            10/14 Mankato State ...................L 0-3         9/7     vs Nebraska Kearney .........W 3-1
 /      St. Cloud State ...................L 0-3      – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                          10/1 vs Mankato State ...............L 0-3          10/18 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-1                      –––
 /      Mankato State....................L 0-3                 1987 – Won 21, Lost 17                          10/1 vs Briar Cliff (Iowa) ...........W 3-0         10/19 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0              9/10 vs SW State (Minn.)............L 1-3
 /      St. Cloud State ...................L 0-2                    Coach: Deb Allyn                                    –––                                        10/27 at North Dakota ................L 0-3                  –––
 /      Wis.-LaCrosse ....................L 0-2     DATE      OPPONENT                                 SCORE   10/7 NORTH DAKOTA................W 3-2              10/28 at North Daokta State.........L 1-3            at Kearney Invitational; Omaha, Neb.
 /      Nebraska-Omaha ...............L 0-3         9/9       vs SW State (Minn.)...........W 3-0              10/8 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ......L 0-3                          –––                                         9/13 at Nebraska-Kearney .........W 3-2
 /      South Dakota....................W 3-0                 –––                                              10/12 at Augustana .....................L 1-3       SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.            9/13 vs Graceland (Iowa)...........W 3-0
 /      North Dakota ....................W 3-0      at UND Invitational; Grand Forks, N.D.                              –––                                        11/3 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-0               9/13 vs Hastings (Neb.) ..............L 0-3

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9/14     vs Augustana .....................L 1-3              1993 – Won 19, Lost 12                   /      St. Cloud State ...................L 0-3            –––                                      11/11 AUGUSTANA .....................L 0-3
9/14     vs Colorado Christian.........W 3-0                    Coach: Mary Byrne                      /      Augustana ........................W 3-1     SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.        11/13 WINONA STATE (Minn.) ....W 3-2
         –––                                        DATE    OPPONENT                              SCORE/      Sonoma State (Calif.) ........W 3-2         9/5     MOORHEAD STATE ..........W 3-0           11/14 MORRIS STATE (Minn.) ....W 3-0
at Briar Cliff Invitational; Sioux City, Iowa        /      South Dakota....................W 3-0      /      Master’s (Calif.).................W 3-0     9/5     WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........W 3-0                 –––
9/20 vs Wayne State...................L 0-2          /      Nebraska-Kearney..............L 0-3        /      Cal Poly-Pomona................L 2-3        9/6     WESTERN STATE ..............W 3-0        at North Central Regional; Fargo, N.D.
9/20 vs Mount Mercy (Iowa) ......W 2-0               /      Mankato State....................L 0-3     /      Cal State-Stanislaus ..........W 3-2        9/6     WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........W 3-0         11/20 vs Augustana ....................L 0-3
9/20 at Briar Cliff (Iowa)............W 2-1          /      St. Mary (Neb.) .................W 3-0     /      North Dakota .....................L 2-3             –––                                        – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
9/21 vs Iowa Wesleyan ..............W 2-0            /      North Dakota ....................W 3-0     /      Northern Colorado..............L 0-3        9/8     SOUTHWEST STATE .........W 3-0                     1999 – Won 22, Lost 9
9/21 vs Morningside...................L 0-2          /      Missouri Western ...............W 3-1      /      Nebraska-Omaha ...............L 0-3                 –––                                                  Coach: Mary Byrne
         –––                                         /      Colorado Christian.............W 3-2       /      Morningside......................W 3-2      at North Central Regional Crossover;             DATE    OPPONENT                        SCORE
9/25 at Northern State ..............W 3-0           /      Air Force ...........................W 3-1 /      South Dakota....................W 3-2               Marshall, Minn.                          at Augusta State Invitational; Augusta, Ga.
10/2 DAKOTA STATE..................W 3-1             /      Fort Hays State (Kan.) .......W 3-1        /      Wayne State.......................L 0-3     9/12 vs Northern State .............W 3-0        8/27 vs South Carolina-Aiken.....W 3-0
10/4 NORTHERN COLORADO.....L 1-3                     /      Wis.-Parkside....................W 3-0     /      St. Cloud State ...................L 0-3    9/12 vs Winona State ...............W 3-0        8/27 vs Francis Marion (S.C.) .....W 3-0
10/5 NEBRASKA OMAHA............L 2-3                 /      Moorhead St. (Minn.)..........L 2-3        /      Mankato State ..................W 3-1       9/13 vs Minnesota-Duluth ........W 3-0           8/28 at Augusta State ...............W 3-0
10/9 AUGUSTANA ......................L 0-3           /      Augustana .........................L 1-3   /      Augustana .........................L 1-3            –––                                      8/28 vs Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) .....W 3-0
10/14 at Wayne State ...................L 0-3        /      Wayne State .....................W 3-1     /      Minn.-Morris.....................W 3-0      9/16 AUGUSTANA ....................W 3-1                 –––
10/18 at Mankato State...............W 3-1           /      SW State (Minn.)...............W 3-0       /      Wayne State .....................W 3-2              –––                                      SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.
10/19 at St. Cloud State ...............L 1-3        /      Mankato State....................L 0-3     /      Moorhead St. (Minn.).........W 3-1          at Augustana Tournament; Sioux Falls, S.D.       9/3     DICKINSON STATE ...........W 3-0
10/25 SOUTH DAKOTA ................W 3-1             /      Morningside......................W 3-0     /      Northern State ..................W 3-0      9/12 vs Sioux Falls ...................W 3-0     9/3     MINNESOTA-MORRIS .......W 3-0
10/26 MORNINGSIDE ..................L 2-3            /      South Dakota....................W 3-0      /      North Dakota State.............L 0-3        9/12 vs Barry (Fla.) ..................L 1-3     9/4     COLORADO MINES ..........W 3-0
10/28 WAYNE STATE....................L 2-3           /      North Dakota ....................W 3-0     /      Nebraska-Omaha ...............L 0-3                 –––                                      9/4     NORTHERN STATE ...........W 3-0
         –––                                         /      North Dakota State.............L 0-3       /      Northern Colorado..............L 1-3        9/23 at North Dakota ...............W 3-0                –––
SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.            /      Nebraska-Omaha ...............L 0-3        /      SW State (Minn.)...............W 3-0        9/26 at Northern Colorado ........W 3-1          at North Central Regional Crossover;
11/2 JAMESTOWN (N.D.) ...........W 3-0               /      Northern Colorado..............L 2-3       /      North Dakota State.............L 0-3        9/27 at Nebraksa-Omaha ..........L 1-3                   Marshall, Minn.
11/2 NORTHERN STATE ............W 3-0                /      Augustana ........................W 3-2    /      North Dakota .....................L 2-3     10/3 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-0           9/10 vs Bemidji State ................L 1-3
         –––                                         /      SW State (Minn.)...............W 3-0       – –   – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                  10/4 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0           9/11 vs Moorhead State .............L 2-3
11/8 at North Dakota State.........L 0-3             /      South Dakota....................W 3-0              1996 – Won 21, Lost 14                     10/7 at Wayne State ..................L 1-3      9/11 vs Winona State ...............W 3-1
         –––                                         /      St. Cloud State ...................L 0-3               Coach: Mary Byrne                      10/10 at St. Cloud State .............W 3-2              –––
at North Central Regional; Sioux Falls, S.D.         /      Wayne State .....................W 3-0 DATE OPPONENT                                  SCORE   10/11 at Mankato State ..............W 3-1       9/14 SW STATE (Minn.) ............W 3-0
11/15 vs North Dakota State.........L 0-3            /      Moorhead St. (Minn.).........W 3-1 East Texas State Invitational; Arcata, Texas               10/14 at Augustana .....................L 0-3    9/17 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-0
  – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                    /      St. Cloud State ...................L 0-3 8/30 vs St. Edwards (Texas) .......L 0-3             10/21 at North Dakota State .......W 3-2         9/18 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0
          1992 – Won 14, Lost 19                     /      Mankato State....................L 1-3 8/30 vs Texas A&M-Commerce ..W 3-0                     10/24 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ..........L 1-3             9/24 at St. Cloud State .............W 3-0
             Coach: Al Schneider                            –––                                         8/31 vs Alabama-Huntsvile.........L 1-3           10/25 NORTHERN COLORADO ....L 2-3                9/25 at Mankato State...............W 3-0
DATE     OPPONENT                           SCORE   at NCC Tournament; Sioux City, Iowa                 8/31 vs Cameron (Okla.) ............L 1-3         10/31 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-1          9/28 at North Dakota ...............W 3-0
at UNO Invitational; Omaha, Neb.                     /      vs St. Cloud State...............L 1-3            –––                                         11/1 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ......L 0-3              10/5 AUGUSTANA ....................W 3-0
9/4      vs Bemidji State................W 3-1        – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.                           11/7 at South Dakota ...............W 3-0        10/8 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ..........L 2-3
9/4      vs Morningside...................L 2-3              1994 – Won 18, Lost 15                     9/7   CONCORDIA STATE ..........W 3-0             11/8 at Morningside .................W 3-0       10/9 NORTHERN COLORADO ...W 3-1
9/5      vs Chadron State...............W 3-1                    Coach: Mary Byrne                      9/7   WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........W 3-2            11/14 MANKATO STATE ..............W 3-0          10/15 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-1
9/5      vs North Dakota .................L 1-3     DATE    OPPONENT                              SCORE 9/7   CHADRON STATE (Neb.) ...W 3-0               11/15 ST. CLOUD STATE .............W 3-0         10/16 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ......L 1-3
         –––                                         /      Metro State (Colo.) .............L 1-3            –––                                                 –––                                      10/19 WAYNE STATE ..................W 3-1
at UND Invitational; Grand Forks, N.D.               /      Missouri Western ...............W 3-0 9/10 MINNESOTA-MORRIS .......W 3-0                      at North Central Regional;                       10/22 at South Dakota ...............W 3-0
9/11 vs Lake Superior State.......W 3-1              /      Regis (Colo.) ......................L 2-3         –––                                                 Sioux Falls, S.D.                        10/23 at Morningside College ......L 2-3
9/11 at North Dakota .................L 1-3          /      Wayne State .....................W 3-1 at North Central Regional Crossover;                   11/21 vs Augustana ...................W 3-0      10/29 MINNESOTA STATE ...........W 3-0
9/11 vs St. Cloud State...............L 0-3          /      Nebraska-Kearney..............L 0-3               Marshall, Minn.                             11/21 vs Augustana ....................L 1-3     10/30 ST. CLOUD STATE .............W 3-2
9/12 vs Moorhead State ............W 3-1             /      North Dakota ....................W 3-0 9/13 vs Minnesota-Duluth ..........L 1-3                 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                11/2 at North Dakota State ........L 2-3
9/12 vs Mayville State ...............W 3-0          /      North Dakota State.............L 1-3 9/14 vs Bemidji State ...............W 3-0                         1998 – Won 23, Lost 9                  11/9 at Augustana .....................L 2-3
         –––                                         /      Morningside......................W 3-1 9/14 vs Winona State ................W 3-0                         Coach: Mary Byrne                    11/12 at Northern Colorado ......... L 1-3
9/15 at Wayne State ...................L 0-3         /      South Dakota....................W 3-2             –––                                         DATE    OPPONENT                         SCORE   11/13 at Nebraska-Omaha ..........L 2-3
         –––                                         /      Dakota Wesleyan ...............W 3-0 9/20 at Mankato State ..............W 3-1                at Canyon Court Classic; Phoenix, Ariz.            – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
at Augustana Invitational; Sioux Falls, S.D.         /      St. Cloud State ...................L 1-3 9/21 at St. Cloud State ...............L 2-3         8/28 Central Missouri State.........L 2-3                  2000 – Won 29, Lost 4
9/18 vs Southwest State ............W 3-1            /      Mankato State....................L 1-3 9/24 at Augustana .....................L 1-3           8/28 Western New Mexico .........W 3-0                       Coach: Mary Byrne
9/18 at Augustana......................L 0-3         /      South Dakota....................W 3-2             –––                                         8/29 at Grand Canyon ..............W 3-1         DATE    OPPONENT                        SCORE
9/19 vs Nebraska Kearney .........W 3-0              /      Moorhead St. (Minn.).........W 3-2 at Missouri Western Invite; St. Joseph, Mo.                        –––                                      at Argonaut Volleyball Invitational;
9/19 vs Nebraska Kearney ........W 3-0               /      Lake Superior St. (Mich.) ...W 3-0 9/27 vs Drury (Mo.) ..................W 3-0                SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.                Pensacola, Fla.
            (UNK FORFEITED SECOND MATCH)             /      St. Cloud State ...................L 1-3 9/27 vs Northwest Missouri .......W 3-0              9/3     SEATTLE PACIFIC .............W 3-2       8/25 vs American International ..W 3-0
         –––                                         /      Augustana .........................L 1-3 9/28 at Missouri Western ...........W 3-0            9/4     MINN.-MOORHEAD .........W 3-0            8/25 vs St. Joseph's (Ind.) .........W 3-0
at UMD Oktoberfest; Duluth, Minn..                   /      North Dakota State............W 3-2 9/28 vs Emporia State (Kan.) ....W 3-0                    9/5     CHADRON STATE (Neb.) ...W 3-0            8/26 vs Missouri Western ..........W 3-0
10/2 vs Bemidji State................W 3-2           /      Nebraska-Omaha ..............W 3-2                –––                                         9/5     WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........W 3-0         8/26 vs Mount Olive (N.C) ........W 3-0
10/2 at Minnesota-Duluth .........W 3-1              /      Northern Colorado..............L 0-3 10/1 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 2-3                              –––                                              –––
         –––                                         /      SW State (Minn.)...............W 3-1 10/4 NORTHERN COLORADO ...W 3-2                          9/8     SW MINNEOTA STATE .......W 3-2           8/31 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY ......W 3-2
10/9 MANKATO STATE................L 0-3              /      South Dakota....................W 3-1 10/5 NEBRASKA-OMAHA ..........L 0-3                             –––                                              –––
10/10 ST. CLOUD STATE...............L 0-3            /      Morningside.......................L 1-3 10/8 at Southwest State ............L 1-3             at North Central Regional Crossover;             SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D
10/14 at Southwest State .............L 2-3          /      Wayne State.......................L 2-3 10/11 at Morningside ...................L 1-3                 Marshall, Minn.                          9/1     NORTHERN STATE............ W 3-1
10/16 at South Dakota................W 3-2           /      Mankato State ..................W 3-1 10/12 at South Dakota ..............W 3-0               9/11 vs North Alabamba ............L 0-3         9/1     CHADRON STATE .............W 3-0
10/17 at Morningside ...................L 2-3        /      St. Cloud State..................W 3-0 10/14 at Dakota Wesleyan ..........W 3-0               9/11 vs Northern State ..............L 2-3       9/2     GRAND CANYON .............. W 3-0
10/23 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 0-3                 /      Augustana .........................L 0-3 10/18 ST. CLOUD STATE .............W 3-2             9/12 vs Minnesota-Duluth ........W 3-0                   –––
10/24 NORTH DAKOTA.................L 0-3             /      Wis.-Parkside....................W 3-0 10/19 MANKATO STATE .............W 3-2                         –––                                      at North Central Regional Crossover;
10/28 at Augustana......................L 1-3        /      Minn.-Duluth .....................L 2-3 10/22 AUGUSTANA .....................L 1-3            9/18 NORTHERN COLORADO ...W 3-1                          Rochester, Minn.
11/3 WAYNE STATE....................L 1-3            /      Wayne State .....................W 3-0 10/29 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-1                9/19 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .........W 3-2               9/8     vs Minnesota-Crookston.... W 3-0
         –––                                         /      North Dakota ....................W 3-0 11/1 at Nebraksa-Omaha ..........L 1-3                 9/25 at Morningside .................W 3-1       9/9     vs Minnesota-Duluth......... W 3-1
SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.            /      Northern Colorado..............L 0-3 11/2 at Northern Colorado ........W 3-2                  9/26 at South Dakota ...............W 3-0        9/9     vs Winona State ...............W 3-0
11/6 MOORHEAD STATE ...........L 2-3                 /      Nebraska-Omaha ...............L 0-3 11/8 at North Dakota State ........L 0-3                  9/29 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 1-3                      –––
11/7 BEMIDJI STATE ................W 3-0              – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11/9 at North Dakota ................L 2-3                          10/2 ST. CLOUD STATE .............W 3-0          9/12 NORTH DAKOTA STATE .....W 3-0
11/7 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0                       1995 – Won 17, Lost 16                     11/15 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0           10/3 MANKATO STATE .............W 3-0            9/15 ST. CLOUD STATE ............. W 3-0
         –––                                                     Coach: Mary Byrne                      11/16 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-0           10/6 at Augustana .....................L 2-3     9/16 MINN. STATE, MANKATO ... W 3-0
11/12 at Colorado Springs ..........W 3-1           DATE    OPPONENT                              SCORE  – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                  10/16 at Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-2           9/19 at Augustana .....................L 0-3
11/13 at Northern Colorado .........L 0-3            /      Alaska-Fairbanks...............W 3-0                1997 – Won 26, Lost 9                     10/17 at Northern Colorado ........W 3-2         9/22 at Wayne State (Neb.) ....... W 3-1
11/14 at Nebraska-Omaha ..........L 0-3              /      North Dakota ....................W 3-0                 Coach: Mary Byrne                      10/23 at North Dakota State ........L 2-3        9/29 at Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-0
         –––                                         /      Mont. St.-Billings ..............W 3-0 DATE OPPONENT                                  SCORE   10/24 at North Dakota ...............W 3-0       9/30 at Northern Colorado ......... L 2-3
at North Central Regional; Fargo, N.D.               /      Morningside.......................L 1-3 Humboldt State Tournament; Arcata, Calif.             10/30 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0          10/6 at North Dakota State ........L 2-3
11/20 vs. Mankato State...............L 2-3          /      Moorhead St. (Minn.).........W 3-1 8/29 vs San Francisco State .......L 1-3                   10/31 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-1          10/7 at North Dakota ...............W 3-0
  – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                    /      South Dakota....................W 3-0 8/29 vs Azusa Pacific (Calif.) .....W 3-0               11/3 NORTH DAKOTA ..............W 3-0            10/13 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0
                                                     /      Morningside.......................L 1-3 8/30 vs Western Washington ......W 3-0                11/6 at Mankato State ...............L 0-3       10/14 MORNINGSIDE ................W 3-0
                                                     /      Mankato State....................L 0-3 8/30 at Humboldt State ............W 3-0               11/7 at St. Cloud State .............W 3-1       10/17 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0


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10/20   at Minnesota State............ W 3-0      9/14    vs Winona State ...............W 3-1         at New Mexico State Invite; Las Cruces, N.M.                  Long Beach, Calif.                          9/21    at Oakland ....................... W 3-1
10/21   at St. Cloud State .............W 3-0             –––                                          9/10 vs Texas Southern.............. W 3-0           11/25 at Long Beach State ..........L 0-3            9/22    at IUPUI ..........................W 3-2
10/24   at Southwest State ...........W 3-0       9/18 at SW Minn. State ............W 3-0             9/11 vs N'western St. (La.)........ W 3-0            11/26 vs UC-Santa Barbara .........L 1-3             9/28    WESTERN ILLINOIS .........W 3-0
10/31   AUGUSTANA ....................W 3-1       9/20 at MSU-Mankato...............W 3-0              9/11 at New Mexico State.......... L 0-3               – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                    9/29    UMKC ..............................W 3-0
11/3    NORTHERN COLORADO ...W 3-0                9/21 TAMPA............................. W 3-1                 –––                                                   2006 – Won 22, Lost 12                     10/3    at Xavier (Ohio)..................L 0-3
11/4    NEBRASKA-OMAHA .........W 3-1             9/27 at North Dakota State........ L 2-3             at Marquette Jesuit Joust; Milwaukee, Wis.                       Coach: Andrew Palileo                    10/5    at IPFW .............................L 2-3
11/10   at Morningside .................W 3-0     9/28 at St. Cloud State .............W 3-0           9/17 vs Loyola (Chicago) ........... L 1-3           DATE     OPPONENT                            SCORE   10/7    at Missouri State ...............L 0-3
11/11   at South Dakota ...............W 3-0      10/1 CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL .......L 1-3                 9/18 at Marquette ..................... L 0-3        Jackrabbit Kickoff Tourney; Brookings, S.D.          10/12   at Oral Roberts ..................L 1-3
        –––                                       10/3 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-1               9/18 vs Boston College .............W 3-2            8/25 NORTH DAKOTA STATE .....W 3-2                   10/13   at Centenary .................... W 3-0
at North Central Regional; Sioux Falls, S.D.      10/5 at Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-0                         –––                                         8/25 WEBER STATE .................W 3-0              10/20   at North Dakota State ........L 1-3
11/17 vs Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-2            10/9 at Wayne State .................W 3-1           9/24 NATIONAL AMERICAN ....... L 1-3                 8/26 GONZAGA ........................W 3-2           10/26   IUPUI............................... W 3-1
11/18 at Augustana .....................L 0-3     10/11 ST. CLOUD STATE .............W 3-0             9/25 DICKINSON ST. (N.D.)....... W 3-0               8/26 WASHINGTON STATE ........W 3-1                  10/27   OAKLAND ........................W 3-0
  – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                 10/12 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0              9/28 at Drake ..........................W 3-1                 –––                                         11/2    at UMKC .......................... W 3-0
          2001 – Won 28, Lost 6                   10/18 at Augustana ..................W 3-2           10/1 MINN.-DULUTH ................L 0-3              at Wisconsin Invite; Madison, Wis.                   11/3    at Western Illinois .............W 3-1
           Coach: Andrew Palileo                  10/24 at North Dakota ..............W 3-2            10/7 NORTHERN COLORADO ...W 3-1                      9/1      vs Oregon State................ W 3-2       11/5    at Drake........................... W 3-0
DATE    OPPONENT                          SCORE   10/26 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ......L 2-3                 10/9 at North Dakota State .......W 3-0              9/2      at Wisconsin ......................L 0-3    11/9    CENTENARY ....................W 3-0
SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.         11/1 at Northern Colorado ........ L 2-3             10/12 at Wyoming .......................L 2-3        9/2      vs Oklahoma .....................L 0-3      11/10   ORAL ROBERTS ............... W 3-0
8/24 NORTHERN STATE ...........W 3-0              11/2 at South Dakota ..............W 3-1             10/13 at Northern Colorado ......... L 2-3                    –––                                                 –––
8/24 DAKOTA WESLEYAN .........W 3-0               11/8 AUGUSTANA ....................W 3-0             10/15 MINN.-CROOKSTON .........W 3-0                 9/8      at Drake ..........................W 3-0    at The Summit League Championships;
8/25 WAYNE STATE ..................W 3-2          11/9 MSU-MANKATO................ W 3-1               10/20 DAKOTA WESLEYAN .........W 3-0                          –––                                                 Fory Wayne, Ind.
        –––                                       11/15 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .........W 3-0                  10/23 BETHEL (Minn.) ...............W 3-0            at Cyclone Classic; Ames, Iowa                       11/16 vs Western Illinois .............W 3-0
at North Alabama Classic; Florence, Ala.          11/16 NORTHERN COLORADO ....L 1-3                    10/27 NORTHERN STATE ...........W 3-0                9/9      vs Valparaiso ....................W 3-0     11/17 at IPFW ...........................W 3-2
9/1     vs Findlay (Ohio) ..............W 3-2             –––                                          10/30 NORTH DAKOTA STATE .....W 3-0                  9/9      at Iowa State ....................L 1-3             –––
9/1     at North Alabama ..............L 1-3      at North Central Regional; Greeley, Colo.            11/2 WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........ W 3-1                        –––                                         at Marquette Battle for the Bird;
9/2     vs Truman State .................L 1-3    11/21 vs North Dakota ...............W 3-1           11/5 NORTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0               Jackrabbit Invitational; Brookings, S.D.                     Milwaukee, Wis.
9/2     vs Alabama-Huntsville ......W 3-0         11/22 vs Minnesota-Duluth ........W 3-2              11/6 UPPER IOWA ...................W 3-0             9/15 NEW MEXICO STATE ......... L 0-3                11/24 vs Maine........................... L 2-3
        –––                                       11/23 at Northern Colorado ......... L 1-3                    –––                                         9/16 UMKC ..............................W 3-1        11/24 at Marquette .....................L 2-3
at North Central Crossover; Rochester,              – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                    at Independent Championships; Orem, Utah             9/16 LAMAR (Texas)) ................W 3-0                    –––
Minn.                                                      2003 – Won 13, Lost 19                      11/11 at Utah Valley State ..........W 3-0                    –––                                         at NCAA Tournament; Lincoln, Neb..
9/7     vs Winona State ...............W 3-0                 Coach: Andrew Palileo                     11/11 vs Texas A&M-CC.............. W 3-0            9/19 CREIGHTON..................... W 3-1            11/30 at Nebraska ......................L 0-3
9/8     vs Minnesota-Morris .........W 3-0        DATE    OPPONENT                             SCORE   11/12 vs Northern Colorado ........W 3-2                      –––                                           – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
9/8     vs MSU-Moorhead ............W 3-0         8/28 at Winona State ................W 3-2           11/12 vs Texas-Pan American ......W 3-0              at IPFW Tournament; Fort Wayne, Ind.                          2008 – Won 10, Lost 17
        –––                                               –––                                          11/13 vs IPFW............................ L 0-3      9/22 vs North Florida ................W 3-0                Coach: Nanabah Allison-Brewer
9/12 at North Dakota ...............W 3-2         at Lewis Flyer Festival; Romeoville, Ill.            11/13 vs North Dakota State ......W 3-1              9/22 at IPFW .............................L 0-3      DATE    OPPONENT                               SCORE
9/18 AUGUSTANA..................... W 3-2         8/29 vs Hillsdale (Mich.) ...........W 3-1             – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                    9/23 vs Robert Morris (Pa.) ........W 3-0            at Blue Raider Bash; Murfreesboro, Tenn.
9/21 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .........W 3-2                8/29 at Lewis (Ill.) ....................W 3-0                 2005 – Won 16, Lost 19                              –––                                         8/29 vs Southeast Missouri ........W 3-1
9/22 NORTHERN COLORADO ...W 3-1                   8/30 vs Florida Tech ..................W 3-0                     Coach: Andrew Palileo                    at Long Island Tournament; Brooklyn, N.Y.            8/30 vs Idaho ............................L 0-3
9/28 NORTH DAKOTA ..............W 3-1             8/30 vs Wheeling Jesuit (WV) .....L 0-3              DATE     OPPONENT                            SCORE   9/29 vs Sacred Heart (Conn.).....W 3-0               8/30 at #15 Middle Tenn. State....L 1-3
9/29 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ......L 0-3                       –––                                          at Oregon Kickoff Classic; Eugene, Ore.              9/30 vs VCU .............................. L 1-3             –––
10/5 at USD............................. W 3-1    9/3     vs Northern State .............W 3-1         8/26 vs Portland State ...............L 0-3          9/30 at Long Island................... L 0-3         at Hurricane Invitational; Coral Gables, Fla.
10/6 at Morningside College .....W 3-1                    –––                                          8/26 vs Gonzaga ......................W 3-0                   –––                                         9/4     at Miami (Fla.) ...................L 0-3
10/10 SOUTHWEST STATE ........W 3-0               SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.            8/27 vs Eastern Washington .......L 2-3              10/6 at Texas-Pan American ......W 3-0               9/5     vs Alabama........................L 1-3
10/12 MSU-MANKATO ...............W 3-1            9/5     NW MISSOURI STATE ........W 3-0              8/27 at Oregon .........................L 0-3        10/7 at Texas-Pan American ......W 3-0               9/5     vs VCU ...............................L 2-3
10/13 ST. CLOUD STATE ............. W 3-0         9/5     MINN.-DULUTH .................L 2-3                   –––                                         10/13 UTAH VALLEY STATE ......... W 3-0                      –––
10/16 at North Dakota State........ L 0-3         9/6     MINN.-CROOKSTON..........W 3-1               at Cyclone Classic; Ames, Iowa                       10/15 at North Dakota State ....... W 3-2            at Seminole Tri-Tourney; Tallahassee, Fla.
10/23 at Augustana.................... W 3-0      9/6     NATIONAL AMERICAN ....... L 0-3              9/2      at Iowa State ....................L 1-3     10/17 DRAKE ............................ W 3-0       9/6     vs North Florida .................L 1-3
10/26 at Northern Colorado ........W 3-1                   –––                                         9/2      vs Stephen F. Austin ...........L 2-3       10/20 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN .... W 3-0                  9/7     at Florida State ..................L 0-3
10/27 at Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-0            at North Central Crossover; Omaha, Neb.              9/3      vs Drake ..........................W 3-1    10/26 at Utah Valley State............ L 0-3                 –––
11/2 MORNINGSIDE................. W 3-0           9/12 vs Winona State .................L 2-3          9/3      vs Montana .......................L 1-3     10/28 at Weber State ...................L 1-3        9/19 ORAL ROBERTS.................L 1-3
11/3 SOUTH DAKOTA ...............W 3-0            9/13 vs Bemidji State ...............W 3-0                    –––                                         10/30 at Montana ......................W 3-0         9/21 MISSOURI STATE ...............L 0-3
11/91 at St. Cloud State .............W 3-1       9/13 vs MSU-Moorhead ............W 3-0               at NDSU Classic; Fargo, N.D.                         10/31 at Montana State ..............W 3-1           9/23 at Northern Iowa ................L 1-3
11/10 at MSU-Mankato ...............L 1-3                 –––                                          9/9      vs Wis.-Green Bay ............W 3-0         11/4 NORTH DAKOTA STATE...... L 0-3                  9/27 at North Dakota State.........L 1-3
        –––                                       9/16 WAYNE STATE (Neb.) ........W 3-0                9/10 vs Sam Houston State .......W 3-0                        –––                                         10/3 at IPFW .............................L 0-3
at North Central Regional; Fargo, N.D.            9/26 at North Dakota State ........L 2-3             9/10 at North Dakota State .......W 3-0              at D- I Independent Tourney; Fargo, N.D.             10/4 at Oakland........................W 3-0
11/16 vs Augustana ...................W 3-2       9/27 at North Dakota ................L 1-3                    –––                                         11/10 vs Providence ...................W 3-0         10/10 WESTERN ILLINOIS ..........W 3-1
11/17 at North Dakota State ......W 3-2           10/3 MSU-MANKATO ................L 1-3               at Demon Deacon Invitational;                        11/10 vs Utah Valley State ........... L 0-3         10/11 IUPUI ...............................W 3-2
        –––                                       10/4 ST. CLOUD STATE ..............L 2-3                      Winson-Salem, N.C.                          11/11 at North Dakota State ........L 1-3            10/17 CENTENARY .....................W 3-0
at NCAA Division II Elite Eight;                  10/10 at South Dakota ................ L 1-3         9/16 vs Morehead State (Ky.) ....W 3-1                 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                    10/18 UMKC...............................W 3-0
        Allendale, Mich.                          10/11 at Nebraska-Omaha .........W 3-1               9/17 at Wake Forest................... L 2-3                   2007 – Won 25, Lost 11                     10/20 DRAKE .............................W 3-2
11/29 vs Truman State ................W 3-2       10/14 at Northern State............... L 1-3         9/17 vs Georgetown ..................L 1-3                       Coach: Andrew Palileo                    10/23 at Oral Roberts...................L 0-3
11/30 vs Grand Valley State......... W 3-0        10/16 UTAH VALLEY STATE...........L 1-3                       –––                                         DATE     OPPONENT                            SCORE   10/25 NORTH DAKOTA STATE.......L 0-3
12/1 vs Barry (Fla.) ...................L 0-3     10/19 at Augustana..................... L 0-3        9/21 at Kansas State ..................L 0-3         at Baden Cougar Challenge; Pullman, Wash.            10/31 at IUPUI ............................L 2-3
    *SDSU FINISHES SECOND IN THE NATION*          10/21 at Concordia-St. Paul......... L 0-3           9/22 at Air Force .......................W 3-0       8/24 vs Northern Colorado ........W 3-2              11/1 at Western Illinois ...............L 0-3
  – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                 10/24 NEBRASKA-OMAHA .........W 3-1                  9/24 at Northern Colorado ......... L 0-3            8/25 vs Portland........................ L 0-3       11/7 OAKLAND.........................W 3-0
          2002 – Won 28, Lost 7                   10/25 SOUTH DAKOTA ................ L 1-3            9/27 DRAKE ............................ W 3-1        8/25 at Washington State ...........L 0-3            11/8 IPFW.................................L 2-3
           Coach: Andrew Palileo                  10/28 SW MINNESOTA STATE......W 3-1                  10/1 UTAH VALLEY STATE ......... W 3-2                        –––                                         11/14 at UMKC...........................W 3-1
DATE    OPPONENT                          SCORE   10/31 at St. Cloud State ..............L 0-3         10/3 at UMKC .......................... W 3-0        8/27 MONTANA STATE .............W 3-0                11/16 at Centenary .....................W 3-0
at MSU-Mankato Tourney; Mankato, Minn.            11/1 at MSU-Mankato............... L 0-3             10/4 at Creighton ......................L 0-3                 –––                                           – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
8/30 vs Bemidji State................W 3-0        11/7 NORTH DAKOTA................ L 0-3              10/7 NORTHERN COLORADO ....L 2-3                     at Sam Houston State Tournament;
8/30 vs Mont. State-Billings ......W 3-0          11/8 NORTH DAKOTA STATE...... L 0-3                  10/8 IPFW.................................L 2-3               Huntsville, Texas
8/31 vs Northwest Nazarene ......W 3-0            11/15 AUGUSTANA .....................L 1-3           10/15 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN ....W 3-0                   8/31 vs Tulane (La.) ...................L 1-3
8/31 vs Harding (Ark.)...............W 3-2          – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –                    10/21 at North Dakota State .......W 3-0             8/31 vs Louisiana-Lafayette ......W 3-0
        –––                                                2004 – Won 22, Lost 12                      11/1/ NORTH DAKOTA STATE .....W 3-0                  9/1      vs Texas-Pan American ......W 3-0
9/5     PITTSBURG STATE............ W 3-1                    Coach: Andrew Palileo                     11/4 at Utah Valley State............ L 1-3          9/1      vs Sam Houston St. .......... W 3-1
        –––                                       DATE    OPPONENT                             SCORE   11/7 at Weber State................... L 0-3                  –––
SDSU Burger King Classic; Brookings, S.D.         at Seasider Invitational; Laie, Hawaii                        –––                                         9/3      at Lamar (Texas) ...............W 3-1
9/6     JAMESTOWN (N.D.) ..........W 3-0          9/3     vs St. Martin's (Wash.) ......W 3-2          at D-I Independent Tourney; Greeley, Colo.                    –––
9/6     NORTHERN STATE ............W 3-0          9/3     at BYU-Hawaii .................. L 2-3       11/10 vs Providence (R.I.) ...........W 3-0          Jackrabbit Invitational; Brookings S.D.
9/7     MINN.-CROOKSTON..........W 3-0            9/4     vs Nebraska-Kearney .........L 0-3           11/11 vs Utah Valley State ............L 0-3         9/7      NORTH TEXAS .................. W 3-0
9/7     ST. EDWARD'S (Texas) ......W 3-0                  –––                                          11/11 vs North Dakota State ......W 3-1              9/8      MONTANA .......................W 3-1
        –––                                       9/5     at Hawaii Pacific ................L 1-3      11/12 vs IPFW ...........................W 3-2       9/8      LONG ISLAND .................W 3-1
at North Central Crossover; Omaha, Neb.           9/8     at UTEP ........................... W 3-2    11/12 vs Utah Valley State ...........L 1-3                   –––
9/13 vs MSU-Moorhead ............W 3-0            9/9     at Western New Mexico .......L 2-3                    –––                                         9/15 IPFW ...............................W 3-0
9/13 vs Minn.-Duluth ................L 2-3                –––                                          at Baden Thanksgiving Classic;                       9/16 NORTH DAKOTA STATE .....W 3-2

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FROST ARENA                                                                                                SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
   South Dakota State plays its home matches in Frost Arena,
named after former SDSU coach and athletic director R.B. "Jack"
Frost.
  The facility, part of the Stanley J. Marshall
HPER Center, now seats 6,500 fans for bas-
ketball and 6,000 for volleyball. The SDSU-
Augustana basketball game on Feb. 11,
1989, attracted an arena record 9,456 fans,
a record which may never be broken since
the new chair-back and courtside seating,
added before the 1992-93 season, elimi-
nated seats from the arena total.                   R.B. "Jack" Frost
  The improved seating represents just one in a series of changes
which include a combined $3 million in Daktronics scoreboard
equipment, added to Frost Arena and Coughlin-Alumni Stadium in
the fall of 2005.
  The Frost Arena portion includes a four-sided scoreboard with four
ProStar® video screens measuring 12 feet by seven feet, two
ProAd® displays measuring 60 feet long by four feet high and a
full-color digital ProTable® scorers table, all of which can display
real-time statistics. Frost Arena also received a newly repainted
floor in 2007.
  The State of South Dakota let bids totaling $3,374,115 for the
facility following legislative approval of the project, with the bill
signed by Governor Frank Farrar on Feb. 14, 1970. SDSU broke
ground on site on Sept. 22, 1970 and Governor Richard Kneip
placed the cornerstone on Oct. 2, 1971. Final cost of the building
totaled $3,685,000, with the difference made up by gifts and items
donated later.                                                            The Jackrabbits played their first game in Frost Arena on Feb. 2,
                                                                        1973. In 1994, the one-millionth fan passed through the Frost
                                                                        Arena turnstiles.
                                                                            Born in Sheyenne North Dakota on April 26, 1907, Reuben B.
                                                                        “Jack” Frost graduated from Spring Grove, Minn., High School in
                                                                        1923. He attend Luther College (Iowa) from 1924 to 1928, and
                                                                        received his PhD in Physical Education from the University of
                                                                        Oregon in 1958.
                                                                           His coaching career began in 1928 at Glenwood, Minn., High
                                                                        School and later at Fergus Falls, Minn. In 1935, he became athletic
                                                                        director and coach at Bemidji State College.
                                                                           Frost served as athletic director, professor and head of the physi-
                                                                        cal education department at South Dakota State from 1947 until
                                                                        1960. He compiled an 86-79 mark in seven seasons as Jackrabbit
                                                                        men’s basketball coach from 1948-54.
                                                                           Frost also worked as an international leader in recreation, health
                                                                        and physical education, serving in 1965 as the United States repre-
                                                                        sentative at the Fifth Session of the International Olympic Academy
                                                                        in Greece.
                                                                           Dr. Frost established the Health, Physical Education and
                                                                        Recreation Graduate program at South Dakota State University in
                                                                        1951.
                                                                           An author, teacher, coach and administrator, Dr. Frost's influence
                                                                        on this university remains today. He mentored Dr. Stanley Marshall,
                                                                        in whose honor the HPER Center is named.

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          JACKRABBIT SOFTBALL STADIUM                                             ERV HEUTHER FIELD




CONCEPTUAL DRAWING OF THE DYKHOUSE STUDENT-ATHLETE CENTER SCHED-
ULED TO OPEN NORTH OF COUTHLIN-ALUMNI STADIUM IN THE FALL OF 2009            COUGHLIN-ALUMNI STADIUM




                                                                    CONCEPTUAL DRAWING OF THE NEW SDSU EQUESTRIAN CENTER
                 HPER CENTER POOL                                             THAT OPENED IN THE WINTER OF 2008




               FISHBACK SOCCER PARK                                      VARSITY ATHLETICS WEIGHT ROOM
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     DAVID CHICOINE                                      JUSTIN SELL                                  MYLO HELLICKSON
              PRESIDENT                                ATHLETIC DIRECTOR                              FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE
   A 1969 graduate of South Dakota               Justin Sell became the 12th director of athlet-      Dr. Mylo Hellickson started as South
State, Dr. David Chicoine took over as the    ics at South Dakota State on May 29, 2009,           Dakota State University’s faculty repre-
19th President in SDSU history on             taking over for Dr. Fred Oien, who retired on        sentative to the North Central Conference
January 1, 2007.                              April 8, 2009 after 18 years.                        and NCAA in 1977, and as such also
    Prior to his return to SDSU, the Elk         Sell came to SDSU after 10 years at the
                                                                                                   serves as chairman of the Athletic,
Point native served as the vice president     University of Northern Iowa, most recently as
                                              the Senior Associate Athletic Director for the
                                                                                                   Intramural and Recreation Committee on
for technology and economic development                                                            campus.
                                              Panthers.
at the University of Illinois.                   Responsible for community relations in the           He also filled in as interim Athletic
    In addition to his agribusiness degree    areas of economic development, tourism and the       Director from January-May 2009 upon
from SDSU, Chicoine holds master’s            Chamber of Commerce, Sell played a vital role        the retirement of longtime AD Fred Oien
degrees in economics from Western             in community engagement for UNI athletics. As        and before Justin Sell took over on a full-
Illinois University and in agriculture eco-   president and co-founder of the Cedar Valley         time basis on May 29, 2009.
nomics from the University of Delaware.       Sports and Entertainment Commission, he                 On the SDSU Staff since 1969,
He earned his Ph.D. in agriculture eco-       designed, implemented and managed a                  Hellickson returned to the classroom as a
nomics from the University of Illinois at     fundraising plan that raised more than
                                                                                                   professor in agricultural engineering after
Urbana-Champaign.                             $260,000 to bid and attract statewide, regional
                                              and national level events to the local communi-
                                                                                                   serving several years as director of agri-
    An accomplished applied economics                                                              culture Extension at SDSU. He also served
                                              ties.
scholar, Chicoine earned recognition and         Sell came to UNI in May 1999 as the               as a professor in agricultural engineering
numerous awards in writing more than          Operations Manager for Athletic Facilities before    until he earned an appointment as head
100 scholarly publications. He also sat       earning a promotion to Assistant Athletic            of that department during the summer of
on the board of trustees for the Chicago-     Director for Operations in 2000.                     1982.
based Farm Foundation and served as a            He worked his way up to Associate Athletic           Dr. Hellickson’s specializes in the area
trustee of Carle Foundation Hospital in       Director in 2002, where he began sport man-          of livestock structures and environment
Urbana, Illinois. He also served on the       agement of nine sports and direct oversight of       with recent emphasis on solar energy use
board of the John Warner Bank in Clinton,     more than 100 employees
                                                                                                   in agriculture.
Illinois, and as a board member of the           Prior to UNI, Sell worked as the Director of
                                              Ticket Operations and Assistant Facility Director
                                                                                                      A native of Belfield, N.D., he earned a
Champaign County Community                                                                         bachelor’s degree in agricultural engi-
                                              and Intramural Director at Villanova from 1995-
Foundation.                                   99, whre he oversaw facility capital projects.       neering from North Dakota State
    Chicoine’s father, Roland, who served        Before arriving at Villanova, he worked at        University in 1964, added a master’s
18 years in the South Dakota Legislature,     Syracuse University and Ohio State.                  degree in ag engineering from NDSU in
attended SDSU prior to World War II. All         Sell graduated from Bowling Green State           1966, then earned a Ph.D. in engineering
seven of Chicoine’s siblings also attended    University in 1991, earning a degree in Sport        at West Virginia University in 1969.
SDSU. In 1986, South Dakota State hon-        Management. He received his master's in Sport           The North Central Conference present-
ored the Roland and Evelyn Chicoine           Administration in 1992 from Ohio State, where        ed Hellickson with its Meritorious Service
family by naming them the SDSU Family         he worked as a graduate assistant for facilities,
                                                                                                   Award at the November 1990 meeting.
of the Year.                                  summer camps and compliance.
                                                 He and his wife, Jennie, have four children -
                                              Abbie, Zach, Josh and Eric.

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WELCOME             TO     SDSU                                                                        SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
  With a record enrollment of 11,995
students in the fall of 2008, South
Dakota State remains the state’s largest
institution of higher learning.

SDSU EARLY HISTORY
   Located in Brookings, the Territorial
Legislative Assembly authorized SDSU
in 1881 to serve as the state’s land
grant institution. Territorial Council
member John O’Brien Scobey managed
to secure Dakota Agricultural College
for his city.
   Although allocations fell short of the
actual cost, the school did open in the
fall of 1884 because the president,               TOMPKINS ALUMNI CENTER FEATURES THE AGGIE SCHOOL CLOCK TOWER. THE BUILDING,
George Lilley, advanced $500 — one-                 LOCATED ON THE WEST SIDE OF CAMPUS, HOSTS MANY UNIVERSITY AND ALUMNI FUNCTIONS.
third of his salary — to finish three
rooms in the new Central Building. “Old       Mechanic Arts, there were 22 depart-          Sioux Falls. The Office of Academic
Central” was soon joined by South             ments on campus.                              Affairs and Outreach coordinates
(1885) and North (1887), forming the             Reorganization into the five divisions     evening, RDTN, Internet and off-campus
nucleus of campus for a decade and a          that formed the basis for the designa-        courses.
half.                                         tion of colleges was completed under             The North Central Association of
   During the first year of operation, the    President Charles W. Pugsley in 1923.         Colleges and Secondary Schools accred-
college only held preparatory classes.           In 1964, when “State College”              its SDSU, while numerous departments
College classes started in 1885 with          became South Dakota State University,         on campus hold accreditation from vari-
five teachers, 17 freshman and 61             the school included six colleges. Now,        ous other agencies.
preparatory students.                         students can earn degrees offered                 SDSU celebrated its 125th anniver-
   Growth stayed slow and erratic for         through eight colleges.                       sary in 2006, a yearlong event that cul-
many years, but by the turn of the 20th             THE EIGHT COLLEGES INCLUDE:             minated with the 2006 Hobo Day foot-
century, 242 students enrolled and by            • Agricultural and Biological Sciences     ball game.
1990, SDSU enrollment grew to more               • Arts and Science                            Over those 125 years, SDSU grew
than 9,000 students.                             • Education and Counseling                 from a campus of 80 acres in 1881 to
                                                 • Engineering                              a 271-acre campus with facilities worth
                                                 • Family and Consumer Sciences             more than $220 million.
COLLEGES ESTABLISHED                             • General Registration                        The university owns or leases another
   SDSU granted nearly 70,000 degrees            • Nursing                                  15,000 acres for research throughout
since its charter in 1881.                       • Pharmacy                                 the state.
  The structure of the college became            • Graduate School
                                                                                               The Printing and Journalism Building
more complex as enrollments increased.
                                                Students can choose from more than          — now named Anson and Ada May
The first nine chairs of instruction
                                              200 majors, minors and options at             Yeager Hall — underwent a $2.1 mil-
established in 1884 included agricul-
                                              SDSU with more than 2,500 different           lion expansion and renovation project.
ture, science, mathematics, English,
                                              course offerings.
modern languages, military tactics, vet-
                                                Master’s degrees can be earned in
erinary science, practical business, polit-
                                              more than 30 areas, with doctorates
ical & domestic economy and music.
                                              available in eight fields.                            (Continued on next page)
   By 1907, the year the name of the
                                                SDSU also offers degree programs
institution changed to South Dakota
                                              through the South Dakota Public
State College of Agriculture and
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                                                                                          SDSU is also one of just five universi-
                                                                                       ties to serve as a regional center for the
                                                                                       Sun Grant Initiative, which is a concept
                                                                                       to solve America’s energy needs and
                                                                                       revitalize rural communities with Land-
                                                                                       Grant university research, education and
                                                                                       Extension programs on renewable ener-
                                                                                       gy and bio-based non-food industries.
                                                                                         The Harding Distinguished Lecture
                                                                                       Series, the F.O. Butler Lectures, the Lusk
                                                                                       Lecture and the Amdahl, Schultz-Werth
                                                                                       and Griffiths endowments all supple-
                                                                                       ment classroom instruction.
                                                                                          Students can also choose from more
                                                                                       than 100 clubs and organizations on
                                                                                       campus.

                                                                                       MUSEUMS & ATTRACTIONS
        SDSU ADDED STATE OF THE ART VIDEO SCOREBOARDS IN FROST ARENA IN 2005             The educational opportunities do not
                                                                                       end in the classroom or laboratory, as
   Other recent campus construction        Engineering and Environmental               South Dakota State University houses
projects include a $7 million expansion    Research Center; Animal Disease             several facilities, including museums
to Crothers Engineering Hall, the reno-    Research and Diagnostic Laboratory;         and gardens.
vation of Solberg Hall and the building    and Northern Grain Insect Research            Dedicated in 1970, and expanded in
of a $9 million performing arts center,    Laboratory. These units help strengthen     2000, the South Dakota Federation of
which opened in the fall of 2002.          the university’s growing commitment to      Women’s Club first envisioned the
   A new residence hall (Caldwell Hall)    research and support of state and local     South Dakota Art Museum in 1949.
and the University Student Union           economic development efforts. The
expansion and renovation opened in the     Northern Great Plains Biostress
fall of 2005, and the Enterprise           Laboratory, dedicated in 1993, houses              (Continued on next page)
Institute, located on the southwest cor-   scientists who focus on research aimed
ner of campus opened in 2004.              at developing new technologies to pro-
  In 2005, SDSU spent more than $3         tect crops and livestock.
million to install new state of the art
scoreboards in Frost Arena and at
Coughlin Alumni Stadium.

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
  The university reaches all corners of
the state through the Cooperative
Extension Service and the Agricultural
Experiment Station, offering service to
improve the quality of rural life.
  SDSU also sponsors the Center for
Innovation, Technology and
Entrepreneurship; Engineering
Experiment Station, Office of Remote
Sensing; Water Resources Institute;
                                                                  CALDWELL HALL OPENED IN THE FALL OF 2005

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   The museum's collections include
early Sioux Indian tribal art, the famed
Harvey Dunn paintings of pioneer life
and the exclusive Vera Way Marghab
linens.
   The State Agricultural Heritage
Museum transformed the former Stock
Judging Pavilion into a home for
exhibits that record and preserve the
agrarian heritage of South Dakota.
   The 70-acre McCrory Gardens and
South Dakota Arboretum, located south
and east of campus, provide a beautiful
setting for area residents and tourists to
enjoy a stroll through the radiant colors
and fragrances of one of the top 10        MCCRORY GARDENS HONORS PROFESSOR S.A. MCCRORY WHO HEADED THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
small ornamental gardens in the nation.                     AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES FROM 1947 UNTIL HIS DEATH IN 1964

   It is also recognized as an All-         and Children’s Maze.                            The arboretum’s purpose is to test
American Display Garden, one of only           In August 1994, McCrory Gardens            woody plants needed to protect agricul-
13 in the nation. In 1993 McCrory           dedicated the Mickelson Grove                 tural fields and livestock from the
Gardens was designated an All-              Memorial in honor of former governor          region’s harsh environment, to provide
American Judging Garden to conduct          and Brookings resident George S.              hardy trees to shade our towns and
research on annual flowers.                 Mickelson.                                    cities, and to test ornamental shrubs for
   Since 1985, private contributions          In 1982, they dedicated the area            both durability and beauty.
made many new gardens possible              north of the formal garden to the plant-         SDSU Horticulture, Forestry,
including the Rose, Rock, Centennial        ing and testing of ornamental trees and Landscape and Parks Department man-
Prairie, Iris, True Lily, Mum, Native       shrubs. The 45-acre site was designated age the arboretum and gardens.
Prairie Collection, Oak Tree Memorial       the South Dakota State Arboretum in              McCrory Gardens continues to devel-
Garden, All-Red Specialty Garden,           1988.                                         op more gardens, tree and shrub collec-
Peony Garden, Shrub Rose Collection,                                                      tions.

                                                                                         THE COUGHLIN CAMPANILE
                                                                                         South Dakota State’s most recognizable
                                                                                         landmark may be the 165-foot
                                                                                         Coughlin Campanile, the state’s largest
                                                                                         chimes tower. A climb of 179 steps
                                                                                         leads to a panoramic view of the city.
                                                                                            1909 Engineering graduate Charles
                                                                                         Coughlin, who later went on to become
                                                                                         head of the Briggs & Stratton
                                                                                         Corporation, donated the statuesque
                                                                                         structure on the west end of campus at
                                                                                         a cost of $65,000.
                                                                                            Coughlin laid the campanile’s corner-
                                                                                         stone on June 10, 1929. Since then, its
                                                                                         chimes call students to classes with the
                                                                                         famous Westminster peals.
         THE SOUTH DAKOTA ART MUSEUM, WHICH IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC,
             STARTED A $1.8 MILLION EXPANSION IN 1998 AND REOPENED IN 2000                      (Continued on next page)

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   An alumni-sponsored project to            Over the years the outdoor amphithe-       to 45, making it the second fastest ani-
restore the campanile was completed in     ater hosted concerts, graduations and        mal in North America, second only to
the summer of 2001.                        inaugurations for university presidents.     the pronghorn antelope, which can run
    Named after a former SDSU                Woodbine Cottage, the home of the          at speeds up to 60 miles per hour.
President, The Hilton M. Briggs Library,   university president, is a charming             Jackrabbits are, properly speaking,
the state’s largest, opened in 1977 and    example of Queen Anne architecture.          not rabbits but hares, with longer feet
joined South Dakota’s statewide auto-      Built in 1887 by South Dakota                and longer ears than rabbits. Most
mated library network in 1988.Through      Agricultural College’s second president,     hares live in open country, whereas rab-
the library, users can access holdings     Dr. Lewis McLouth, the home is               bits - like cottontails - live in brushy
from all 10 of the state’s libraries,      crowned by multiple rooflines. The           habitats.
including official documents and more      house also served as a women’s dormi-           Jackrabbits can grow up to two feet
than 1 million other holdings at Briggs.   tory, music hall and infirmary.              long, weigh froms six to nine pounds,
   Adjacent to the campanile, Coolidge-                                                 with ears up to eight inches long. Hares
Sylvan Theatre provides a restful, green   THE JACKRABBITS                              are vegetarians, eating tender herbs in
haven for students since its dedication      Two theories exist as to how and why       summer, and woody twigs and bark in
by President Calvin Coolidge in            SDSU’s athletic teams became known           the winter.
September 1927.                            as the “Jackrabbits”.
                                              Most believe that the name                BROOKINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA
                                           “Jackrabbits” came from a story and             Named after W.W. Brookings, who
                                           cartoon sketch that appeared in a            came to the area in 1857. That winter,
                                           Minneapolis newspaper following a            his legs froze badly enough to force
                                           1905 football game between the               doctors to amputate them. Undaunted,
                                           University of Minnesota and South            Brookings stayed and eventually
                                           Dakota State College. Many believe that      became president of the territorial
                                           a reporter for the newspaper, knowing        council and a judge in the state
                                           of the preponderance of jackrabbits in       supreme court. In honor of his support
                                           the Brookings area, wrote that the           of railroad construction, and possibly
                                           SDSC team was as quick as jackrabbits.       because of his stalwart nature, South
                                           Many people believe that the school          Dakota’s first locomotive was named
                                           adopted the Jackrabbits as its official      the “Judge Brookings.”
                                           nickname from that beginning.                   Situated at the intersection of U.S.
                                             The other theory about the origin of       Highway 14 and Interstate 29, about
                                           the nickname came in The Jackrabbit,         20 miles west of the Minnesota border
                                           SDSU’s yearbook. A poem in the 1907          and 50 miles north of Sioux Falls, the
                                           yearbook puts forth the idea that the        Brookings community of about 18,500
                                           yearbook is called The Jackrabbit            people continues to grow. The commu-
                                           because a group of juniors wished to         nity also houses several recognizable
                                           immortalize themselves by changing the       companies including Rainbow Play
                                           name of the yearbook. Athletic teams         Systems, Minnesota Mining and
                                           followed suit, adopting the nickname.        Manufacturing (3M medical products),
                                              Prior to the adoption of the Jackrabbit   Larson Manufacturing (doors and win-
                                           nickname, fans knew the school athletic      dows), and Daktronics, a leading manu-
                                           teams as the Barn Yard Cadets as SDSU        facturer of scoreboards and display sys-
                                           was known as South Dakota State              tems. The largest gasohol production
                                           College of Agriculture and Mechanic          plant in South Dakota (Vera Sun
                                           Arts in 1907.                                Energy) sits just east of Brookings while
                                             The Jackrabbit can run at speeds of        soybean production plant operates just
                                           30-to-35 miles per hour, with bursts up      west of the city.
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ACADEMICS               AT    SOUTH DAKOTA STATE                                                    SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
ACADEMIC OVERVIEW                             Atmospheric, Environmental and Water         • Organismal
  The following list includes the more than    Resources (Ph.D.)                           • Pre-Professional
200 majors, minors and options available      Biology (B.S., Minor)                       Business (Minor)
in the classroom at South Dakota State         • Ecology                                  Chemistry (B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Minor)
University:                                    • Molecular/Cellular                       Clinical Lab Technology
                                               • Organismal                               Communication Studies and Theatre
• Indicates options within the major           • Pre-Professional                          (B.A., B.S., Minor)
                                              Biological Sciences (M.S., Ph.D.)            • Radio, TV and Film
                                              Botany (Minor)                               • Speech Communications
COLLEGE OF GENERAL STUDIES AND
                                              Business Area Studies                        • Speech Education
OUTREACH PROGRAMS                             Dairy Manufacturing (B.S.)                   • Theatre
General Registration — the most               Dairy Production (B.S.)                     Communication Studies and
 popular freshman option                       • Business                                  Journalism (M.S.)
Liberal Studies (B.S.)                         • Science                                  Criminal Justice (Minor)
General Studies (A.A.)                        Dairy Science (M.S.)                        Economics (B.A., B.S., M.S., Minor)
Applied Technical Science (B.A.T.S.)          Entomology                                   • Business Economics
   Applied Agriculture                        Environmental Management (B.S.)             English (B.A., M.A., Minor)
   General Supervision                        General Agriculture (A.S., B.S.)            European Studies Program
   General Technology                         Horticulture (B.S.)                         French (B.A., Minor)
   Industrial Sales                            • Business                                 Geographic Information Systems (B.S.,
   Industrial Supervision                      • Production                                Minor)
Pre-Professional Programs                      • Science                                  Geography (B.S., M.S., Minor)
   Pre-Chiropractic                           International Agricultural Specialization    • Environmental Planning &
   Pre-Dental                                 Landscape Architecture (B.S.)                 Management
   Pre-Law                                    Microbiology (B.S., Minor)                   • Technical Geography - Science
   Pre-Medicine                                • Applied/Environmental                    German (B.A., Minor)
   Pre-Ministerial                             • Infectious Disease                       Global Studies
   Pre-Mortuary Science                        • Molecular Biology                        Graphic Design (B.A., B.S.)
   Pre-Optometry                              Park Management (B.S.)                      Health Education (Minor)
   Pre-Physical Therapy                       Pest Management (Minor)                     Health, Physical Education and Recreation
   Pre-Physician’s Assistant                  Plant Pathology (M.S.)                      (B.S., M.S., Minor)
   Pre-Veterinary Medicine                    Pre-Veterinary Medicine                     Health Promotion (B.S.)
                                              Range Science (B.S., Minor)                 History (B.A., B.S., Minor)
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND                     • Range Livestock Production               Journalism (B.A., B.S., Minor)
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES                            • Rangeland Ecology & Habitat               • Advertising
Ag Business (B.S., Minor)                       Management                                 • Broadcast Journalism
Ag & Resources Economics (B.S.)                • Rangeland Resource Conservation           • News-Editorial
 • Environmental Economics                    Rural Sociology (M.S., Minor)               Latin America Area Studies
Ag Education (B.S.)                           Zoology (Minor)                             Mathematics (B.S., M.S., Minor)
Ag Journalism (B.S.)                                                                      Microbiology (B.S., M.S., Minor)
Ag Marketing (Minor)                          COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE                 Military Science (Minor)
Ag Systems Technology (B.S., Minor)           Accounting (Minor)                          Modern Language Business-Economics
 • Business                                   Aerospace Studies (Minor)                    Specialization
 • Environmental Systems                      American Indian Studies (Minor)             Music (B.A., Minor)
 • Processing                                 Art (B.A., B.S., Minor)                      • Choral Music
 • Production                                  • Art Education                             • Instrumental Music
Agronomy (B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Minor)            • Fine Arts                                Music Education (B.M.E.)
 • Business                                    • Painting/Printmaking                     Music Merchandising (B.S.)
 • Production                                  • Ceramics/Sculpture                       Philosophy (Minor)
 • Science                                    Athletic Training (B.S.)                    Political Science (B.A., B.S., Minor)
Animal Sciences (B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Minor)    Biology (B.S., M.S., Minor)                 Pre-Occupational Therapy
 • Business and Production                     • Ecology                                  Pre-Physical Therapy
 • Science                                     • Molecular/Cellular                       Psychology (B.A., Minor)

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 • Applied Option                          COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING                        Hotel and Food Service Management (B.S.)
 • Pre-Professional                        Agricultural and Biosystems                    • Food Service Management
 • Psychological Services                   Engineering (B.S.)                            • Hotel and Hospitality Management
 • Teaching                                 • Food and Bio-Materials                     Human Development and Family
Public Recreation (B.S., Minor)             • Power and Machinery                         Studies (B.S.)
Religion (Minor)                            • Structures and Environment                 Human Development, Child and
Sociology (B.A., B.S., Ph.D., Minor)        • Water and Natural Resources                 Family Studies (Minor)
 • Human Services                          Civil and Environmental Engineering (B.S.)    Interior Design (B.S., Minor)
 • Human Resources                         Computer Science (B.S., Minor)                Nutrition, Food Science (B.S., Minor)
 • Social Work                             Construction Management (B.S.)                 • Dietetics
Spanish (B.A., Minor)                      Electrical Engineering (B.S.)                  • Food Science
Women’s Studies (Minor)                     • Biomedical Engineering                      • Nutrition
                                            • Communications and Advanced
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND                     Electronics                                 COLLEGE OF NURSING
COUNSELING                                  • Computers-Digital Hardware                 Nursing (B.S., M.S.)
Aviation                                    • Image Processing                           • Accelerated Program
Career and Technical Education (B.S.)       • Power Systems                              • RN Upward Mobility
 • Aviation                                Electronics Engineering Technology (B.S.)     Health Science (Minor)
Counseling and Human Resource              Engineering (M.S.)                            Gerontology (Minor)
  Development (M.S.)                       Engineering Physics (B.S.)
Curriculum and Instruction (M.Ed.)          • Electrical Engineering                     COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
Educational Administration (M.Ed.)          • Mechanical Engineering                     Pharmacy (Pharm. D.)
Career and Technical Education (B.S.)      Industrial Management (M.S.)
Secondary Education Certification          Manufacturing Engineering Technology (B.S.)   For more information about
   Agriculture                             Mechanical Engineering (B.S.)
                                           Physics (B.S., Minor)
                                                                                         South Dakota State University
   Art (K-12)
                                            • Professional Physics                       academic programs, call the
   Biology
   Career and Technical Education           • Science Education                          Admissions Office at:
   Chemistry                               Safety Management (B.S.)                             1-800-952-3541
   Computer Science                        Software Engineering (B.S.)                               –– or ––
   Economics                                • Food Service Management
                                                                                                 (605) 688-6891
   English                                  • Hotel and Hospitality Management
                                           Human Development and Family
   Family and Consumer Sciences
                                            Studies (B.S.)
                                                                                              Admissions E-Mail:
   French
   Geography                               Human Development, Child and                    SDSU.Admissions@sdstate.edu
   German (K-12)                            Family Studies (Minor)
   Health, Physical Education and          Interior Design (B.S., Minor)                        University Web Site:
   Recreation (K-12)                       Nutrition, Food Science (B.S., Minor)                    SDstate.edu
   History                                  • Dietetics
   Journalism                               • Food Science                                       Athletics Web Site:
                                            • Nutrition
   Mathematics                                                                                       GOJACKS.COM
   Music (K-12)
   Physics                                 COLLEGE OF FAMILY AND
   Political Science                       CONSUMER SCIENCES
   Psychology                              Apparel Merchandising (B.S., Minor)
   Sociology                               Consumer Affairs (B.S., Minor)
   Spanish (K-12)                          Early Childhood Education (B.S.)
   Speech (Speech/Debate, Drama/Theatre)    • Birth to age 8
                                            • Cooperative programs in elementary
                                              education
                                           Family and Consumer Sciences (M.S.)
                                           Gerontology (Minor)

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TACHIKARA VOLLEYBALL        SOUTH DAKOTA STATE




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JACKRABBIT VOLLEYBALL 2009                                 2009 JACKRABBITS                 BY    CLASS




                                         SOPHOMORES: KELLI FIEGEN, MOLLY JANSSEN, EMILY PALMER,
                                                ELLYCE YOUNGREN, MARY SANDERFOOT (NOT PICTURED)




FRESHMAN: FIONA JONES, KELLY HERRMANN,
     SHAY BIRATH, BECCA GRADOVILLE,
    KAITLIN KLINGEMANN, KELSEY HANSEN




                                                            JUNIORS: ATHLEY KATHOL, NICOLE PETERS,
       SENIOR: STACEY WERNERT                                            THYELE RECHATIKO




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August 21 YELLOW VS. BLUE, 6 PM                                                September 22 Creighton @ Omaha, NE, 6 pm                                October 28 VS. NORTHERN IOWA, 6 PM
August 28 Idaho State @ Laramie, WY, 12 pm                                     September 25 VS. WESTERN ILLINOIS,* 7 PM                                October 30 VS. SOUTHERN UTAH,* 7 PM
August 28 Wyoming @ Laramie, WY, 7 pm                                          September 26 VS. IUPUI,* 7 PM                                           October 31 VS. UMKC,* 7 PM
August 29 Rutgers (NJ) @ Laramie, WY, 5 pm                                     October 1 UMKC* @ Kansas City, MO, 7 pm                                 November 7 North Dakota State* @ Fargo, ND, 7 pm
September 4 Iowa @ Green Bay, WI, 4:30 pm                                      October 3 Southern Utah* @ Cedar City, UT, 7 pm                         November 13 Oral Roberts* @ Tulsa, OK, 7 pm
September 5 Wisconsin-Green Bay @ Green Bay, WI, 1:30 pm                       October 7 Drake @ Des Moines, IA, 6 pm                                  November 14 Centenary* @ Shreveport, LA, 5 pm
September 5 Central Michigan @ Green Bay, WI, 4:30 pm                          October 10 VS. NORTH DAKOTA STATE,* 7 PM                                November 20 Summit League Championship
September 11 VS. CENTENARY,* 7 PM                                              October 16 VS. IPFW,* 7 PM                                                 Semifinals @ Fargo, ND
September 12 VS. ORAL ROBERTS,* 4:30 PM                                        October 17 VS. OAKLAND,* 4 PM                                           November 21 Summit League Championship
September 18 Oakland* @ Rochester, MI, 7 pm                                    October 23 IUPUI* @ Indianapolis, IN, 7 pm                                 Finals @ Fargo, ND
September 19 IPFW* @ Fort Wayne, IN, 7 pm                                      October 24 Western Illinois* @ Macomb, IL, 7 pm

ALL HOME GAMES LISTED IN YELLOW AND HELD AT FROST ARENA.All times local to game location. Schedule subject to change. *Conference Games   PE083 9/09

				
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