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					                                        table of ContentS                                                                                           2010 Cougar Volleyball SChedule
Head Coach .................................................................................................................5         Date               Opponent                   Location            Time
Coaching Staff .............................................................................................................6         Aug. 28            Straight Down Tournament   San Luis Obispo       TBA
Athletic Staff ...............................................................................................................9       Sept. 8            Irvine Valley              Irvine             5 p.m.
Roster/Meet the Cougars...........................................................................................11                  Sept. 10           El Camino Classic          Torrance              TBA
2009 Results .............................................................................................................15          Sept. 17-18        San Diego Mesa Tourney     San Diego             TBA
2009 Statistics ...........................................................................................................16         Sept. 21           Santa Barbara              Santa Clarita     6 p.m.
2009 All-Conference..................................................................................................17               Sept. 24           Antelope Valley            Lancaster          6 p.m.
2009 Standings .........................................................................................................18            Sept. 28           Allan Hancock              Santa Maria        6 p.m.
History ......................................................................................................................20
                                                                                                                                      Oct. 1             Moorpark                   Moorpark           6 p.m.
Transfers....................................................................................................................21
                                                                                                                                      Oct. 8             Bakersfield                Bakersfield        7 p.m.
Linda Chisholm .........................................................................................................22
                                                                                                                                      Oct. 12            L.A. Pierce                Santa Clarita     7 p.m.
This is College of the Canyons ....................................................................................26
Academic Support .....................................................................................................28              Oct. 15            West L.A.                  Santa Clarita     7 p.m.
Strength and Conditioning ........................................................................................29                  Oct. 19            Glendale                   Glendale           7 p.m.
Sports Medicine ........................................................................................................30            Oct. 21            Santa Monica               Santa Clarita     7 p.m.
Facilities ....................................................................................................................31     Oct. 26            Citrus                     Glendora           7 p.m.
Sports Information ....................................................................................................32             Nov. 2             Bakersfield                Santa Clarita     7 p.m.
Athletic Hall of Fame .................................................................................................33             Nov. 5             L.A. Pierce                Woodland Hills     7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                      Nov. 9             West L.A.                  Culver City        7 p.m.
QuiCk faCtS                                                                                                                           Nov. 12            Glendale                   Santa Clarita     7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                      Nov. 16            Santa Monica               Santa Monica       7 p.m.
Location: Santa Clarita, Calif.
Address: 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road
                                                                                                                                      Nov. 17            Citrus                     Santa Clarita     7 p.m.
Phone: (661) 259-7800
Web Site: www.canyons.edu                                                                                                           team information
Enrollment: 24,000
                                                                                                                                    2009 Overall Record: 16-7
Founded: 1969
                                                                                                                                    2009 Conference Record: 10-2
Gymnasium Name: Cougar Cage (3,000)
                                                                                                                                    2009 Conference Finish: Second
Nickname: Cougars
Conference: Western State Conference, South Division                                                                                Volleyball Staff
Colors: Navy, Blue and Gold
                                                                                                                                    Head Coach: Lisa Hooper, 14th Season
Chancellor: Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook
                                                                                                                                                Alma Mater: Pepperdine ‘92
Dean, PE and Athletics: Len Mohney
                                                                                                                                                Record at COC: 173-108
              Phone: 661-362-3207
                                                                                                                                                Office Phone: 661-362-3471
              Email: len.mohney@canyons.edu
                                                                                                                                                Email: lisa.hooper@canyons.edu
Athletic Director: Chuck Lyon
              Phone: 661-362-3545
                                                                                                                                    Assistant Coaches:
              Email: chuck.lyon@canyons.edu
                                                                                                                                    Clay Timmons
Athletic Specialist: Penny Rendich
                                                                                                                                    Brandon Johnson
              Phone: 661-362-3200
                                                                                                                                    Eric Rubin
              Email: penny.rendich@canyons.edu
                                                                                                                                    Strength and Conditioning Coach:
board of truSteeS                                                                                                                   Robert dos Remedios
Mr. Scott Thomas Wilk                                            Ms. Michele R. Jenkins
                                                                                                                                    Athletic Trainers:
President                                                        Vice President
                                                                                                                                    Sarah Ehrsam
                                                                                                                                    Chad Peters
Mr. Michael Berger                                               Mr. Bruce Fortine
Clerk                                                            Member

Ms. Joan W. MacGregor                                            Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook
Member                                                           Secretary/Parliamentarian

Mr. Nick Onyshko
Student Trustee



The 2010 College of the Canyons Volleyball Media Guide is a production of the COC Sports In-
formation Department. Content compiled by Sports Information Director Celina Baguiao. Lay-
out and design by Celina Baguiao, using InDesign and Photoshop CS4. Cover design by Bruce
Battle. Photos by Brendan Machynia, Nathalie Seguin and from the COC Sports Information
archives. Printing by the College of the Canyons Reprographic Center.

Additional photography provided by: Sam Jordan, Cal Lutheran, Cal State Dominguez Hills, Cal
State East Bay, Cal State Fullerton and Washington State.
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                                                                 liSa hooper
                                                                 Head Coach
                                                                 Pepperdine, 1992...14th Year

                                                              Lisa Hooper begins her 14th year at the helm of the College of the Canyons volleyball
                                                              team. Along with her coaching responsibilities, she teaches kinesiology, volleyball,
                                                              swimming and health classes and also serves on various committees.

                                                              Over the past 13 seasons at COC, she has recorded a 173-108 overall record, with two
                                                              conference championships and a state tournament appearance in 2007. She was also
                                                              a two-time WSC Coach of the Year in 1999 and 2000 for leading the team to back-to-
                                                              back conference championships, while also being nominated for regional coach of
                                                              the year in 1999.

Every year, her teams continue to improve, and have been ranked in the top-25 in the state for nine years running. In 2008, her team was named the
Scholar Athlete team by the California Community College Athletic Association. The honor is awarded to a sports team that had at least a combined
GPA of 3.0 and demonstrated better-than-average accomplishments in intercollegiate athletic competition.

Hooper has acted as an executive board member for the California Community College Women’s Volleyball Coaches Association for 10 years, while also
serving as a coaching instructor for the Coaches Association executive board member for nine years. She was a coaching instructor for the Amateur
Athletic Foundation from 2000-2007 and has been a Los Angeles County lifeguard since 1989.

She earned her bachelor of science degree with an emphasis in sports nutrition from Pepperdine in 1992 and her master’s degree in kinesiology with
an emphasis in exercise physiology from Long Beach State in 1997. A graduate from nearby Canyon High School, Hooper was an All-Golden League,
All-CIF and All-Santa Clarita Valley player in high school.

She resides in Saugus with husband, Garrett, and daughter, Kira and twins, Noah and Sophie.




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                                  Clay timmonS                                                                        brandon johnSon
                                  Assistant Coach                                                                     Assistant Coach
                                  California State University,                                                        California State University,
                                  Northridge, 2009...Sixth Year                                                       Bakersfield, 2008...Third Year

                                 ...entering sixth year as assistant coach at                                       ...begins third season with the Cougars...
                                 College of the Canyons...is currently coach-                                       played for the COC men’s club team in 2004 and
                                 ing the Revolution Volleyball Club...took a                                        2005...currently is the recreation coordinator
                                 year off from coaching in 2006 after he was a                                      for the City of Santa Clarita...graduated from
volunteer coach in 2004 and an assistant for the Cougars in 2005...spent two       California State University, Bakersfield with a bachelor’s degree in communi-
years with the SC Elite Volleyball Club...graduated from Valencia High School in   cations in 2008...hobbies include volleyball, softball, table tennis and poker...
2003 where he was a member of the 2003 CIF Championship volleyball team...         engaged to fiancé Melissa...
earned his degree from California State University, Northridge in kinesiology...
enjoys playing tennis and beach volleyball, eating sushi and being outdoors...
resides in Valencia...




                                  eriC rubin
                                  Assistant Coach
                                  Second Year



                                ...entering second season with College of the
                                Canyons volleyball...was a three-year varsity
                                setter at Canyon High School...named a two-
                                time All-CIF volleyball player in high school...
played for two years at Moorpark College in 2007 and 2008...earned MVP hon-
ors and was second-team all-conference last season for the Raiders...coached
Conejo Crush Volleyball Club 14-2’s during 2007-08...lists beach volleyball, ex-
ercise, watching movies, reading and playing poker as his hobbies...currently
attending California State University, Bakersfield...




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 len mohney
 Dean of Physical Education and Athletics
 California State University, Northridge, 1984...11th Year
...begins his 11th year as the dean of physical education and athletics...was the athletic director from 1997 to 2000, when he was
named the dean of the department...has served as a administrative representative for track and field, cross country, baseball and
football...coached the COC baseball team for 14 years from 1987-2000, after being an assistant under Mike Gillespie for 11 years...
won seven conference titles as a head coach and earned three state titles as an assistant coach...Mohney was inducted into the
California Community College Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2004 and into the College of the Canyons Athletic Hall
of Fame in 2009 as an assistant coach with the 1981 baseball team...earned his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from California
State University in 1984 and his master’s degree in education with an emphasis on kinesiology from Azusa Pacific in 1987...is an
avid fisherman...proud father and grandfather of two sons and four grandaughters...resides in Granada Hills with his wife, Cheri...




 ChuCk lyon
 Athletic Director
 California State University, Northridge, 1979...Fourth Year
..fourth year as the Athletic Director...spent nine seasons as football head coach...85-20 record from 1998-2006...named Coach of
the Year in 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2004...Cougars won six consecutive WSC Championships from 2000-05...led team to eight consecu-
tive bowl games...won five consecutive bowl games between 2001-05...Cougars went 14-0 in 2004, capturing the team’s first State
and National Championships...it was the first time in California Community College football history that a team has finished with a
14-0 record...following perfect season, Lyon was named the National Community College Football Coach of the Year in 2004...under
Lyon, Cougars had three straight perfect regular seasons at 10-0...was an assistant coach at Pasadena City College for 11 seasons
and at Long Beach City College for one...head coach at Pasadena City College in 1995...former Cougar quarterback...scored the first
touchdown in Cougar stadium in 1974...holds a bachelor’s degree in physical education from CSUN...also holds a master’s degree
in physical education from Azusa Pacific...lives in Castaic with his wife, Gabi...has two children, Tiffany and Tyler...Tiffany recently
completed her law degree and Tyler is attending the University of Arizona on a full athletic scholarship for football...




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                  robert dos remedioS                                                           mike halCoViCh
                  Strength and Conditioning Coach                                               Equipment Manager
                  University of California, Berkeley, 1989...12th Year                          College of the Canyons, 1985...Ninth Year

                 ...”Coach Dos” is entering his 12th season as the head                        ...serves as equipment manager for all 16 intercollegiate
                 strength and conditioning coach...became the first and only                   sports at College of the Canyons…coached football for 17
                 community college strength and conditioning coach to win                      years at Hart High School and helped lead them to five CIF
                 the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA)                       championships...also coached baseball for 13 years at Hart
                 Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coach of the Year award                    and won one CIF championship...inducted onto the Hart
                 in 2006...has a master’s degree in kinesiology from CSUN                      Baseball Wall of Fame in 2003...coached such players as Kyle
                 and is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and is                  Boller (Oakland Raiders), Matt Moore (Carolina Panthers)
                 Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified...lives in Saugus                   and James Shields (Tampa Bay Rays)...lives in Castaic and
                 with his wife Francine and his daughter, Annabella...                         enjoys fly fishing in Alaska and playing golf...




                  Claudia ramirez                                                               niCk Carter
                  Athletic Counselor                                                            Assistant Equipment Manager
                  Loyola Marymount, 1997...First Year                                           13th Year

                 ...entering first year as the athletic counselor...also works at              ...served as football equipment manager at Saugus High
                 Pierce College as a counselor, where she has worked for the                   from 1997 through 2000...retired sheriff’s deputy...wife,
                 past seven years...previously worked at Santa Monica Col-                     Carol, is an emergency room nurse at Holy Cross Medical
                 lege, USC, DeVry University, L.A. Valley and Pasadena City                    Center in Mission Hills...have three children: sons Daniel and
                 College...earned bachelor’s degree in history and master’s                    Tim, and daughter Kimberly...
                 degree in education counseling from Loyola Marymount...
                 married and has three children...




                  Sarah ehrSam                                                                  Celina baguiao
                  Athletic Trainer                                                              Sports Information Director
                  Master’s College, 2003...Fourth Year                                          California State, Northridge, 2006...Fourth Year

                 ...fourth year as Athletic Trainer after having spent the prior               ...oversees the College of the Canyons Sports Information
                 two seasons as assistant athletic trainer at College of the                   Department which includes development of media guides,
                 Canyons...monitors injuries and rehabilitation for all Cougar                 statistics, game notes and maintaining the college’s athletic
                 athletes...received her bachelor’s and her master’s degree in                 Web pages…handles all the publicity needs for the college’s
                 biblical studies from The Master’s College...spent two years                  athletic department...previously worked at the Michigan
                 in her home state of Texas working for a physical therapist’s                 State Sports Information Office…earned her bachelor’s de-
                 office as the Director of Athletic Training and the athletic                  gree in journalism with an emphasis in public relations from
                 trainer for the Wichita Falls Thunder, a member of the Na-                    California State University, Northridge…earned master’s
                 tional Indoor Football League…resides in Newhall...                           degree in public administration in 2010 from CSUN...




                  Chad peterS                                                                   bruCe battle
                  Athletic Trainer                                                              Director, Public Relations and Marketing
                  Fresno State, 2000...Third Year                                               California State, Northridge, 1997...First Year

                 ...third year as an athletic trainer at College of the Canyons...             ...has been with COC since 2002... oversees, creates and
                 spent six years as an athletic trainer at L.A. Valley College...              implements a wide variety of programs and activities in
                 was an assistant athletic trainer at CSU Bakersfield for two                  publicity, marketing and advertising...has a bachelor’s in
                 years...earned his associate degree from Moorpark College                     journalism and master’s degree in public administration
                 in 1997...received bachelor’s in kinesiology from Fresno                      from CSUN...15+ years of experience in marketing, public
                 State...has two master’s degrees, one in health care ad-                      relations and graphic arts...lives in Valencia with his wife,
                 ministration from CSU Bakersfield and the other in physical                   Jennifer, and their three children Victoria, Wyatt, and
                 education from Emporia State...resides in Simi Valley with                    Connor...
                 wife, Lindsay, and two sons, Caleb and Dayne...


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No.                Name                                 Ht.       Pos.       Yr.          High School/College
3                  Caitlin Chapman                      5-9       L          Fr           Granada Hills
4                  Megan McKee                          5-9       MB         So           Golden Valley/Pierce
6                  Paige Posthumus                      5-11      MB         So           Canyon
7                  Emily Duncan                         5-8       OH         So           Paraclete
8                  Courtney Cessna                      6-0       MB/OPP     Fr           West Ranch
11                 Megan Lavo                           5-7       L/S        So           Valencia
14                 Michelle Nixon                       5-9       MB         Fr           Paraclete
15                 Hayley Rosales                       5-6       OH         Fr           Frazier Mountain
16                 Lindsey Murachanian                  5-7       OH         So           Golden Valley
18                 Ariane Labrzycki                     5-9       S          Fr           Lancaster
19                 Jennie Long                          5-10      OPP        Fr           Hart
21                 Kristen Bustillos                    5-7       S          So           St. Bonaventure
23                 Casey David                          5-4       L/S        Fr           Hart
24                 Allison Toledo                       5-4       L          Fr           Hart

Head Coach: Lisa Hooper
Assistant Coaches: Clay Timmons, Brandon Johnson, Eric Rubin


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                               Caitlin Chapman                                                                           megan mCkee


                                #3                                                                                        #4
                                                 5-9                                                                                       5-9
                                                 Libero                                                                                    Middle Blocker
                                                 Freshman                                                                                  Sophomore
                                                 Granada Hills                                                                             Golden Valley/Pierce

                               …plans to be either a science or astronomy major…                                         …transferred from Pierce College…nutrition major…
                               earned Server of the Year award…attended Granada                                          hobbies include snowboarding…favorite sports team
                               Hills High School…both sisters Jacquelyn and Margaret                                     is the San Diego Chargers…notes her parents as the
also played volleyball at Granada Hills…hobbies include knitting and crocheting…          most influential in her sports career for “always supporting me and going to all of my
favorite sports team is the San Diego Chargers…came to COC to continue playing vol-       games”…athletic goal this year is to beat Pierce College…daughter of Steve and Mi-
leyball…daughter of Alice Chapman…born on Sept. 11…                                       chelle…born on December 27…




                               paige poSthumuS                                                                           emily dunCan


                                #6                                                                                        #7
                                                 5-11                                                                                      5-8
                                                 Middle Blocker                                                                            Outside Hitter
                                                 Sophomore                                                                                 Sophomore
                                                 Canyon                                                                                    Paraclete

                           …earned Best Offensive player award in 2005 at Can-                                         …plans to complete her general education at COC…
                           yon High School…hopes to transfer to University of                                          earned the Coaches Award for volleyball at Paraclete
                           California Santa Barbara…personal motto is “work                                            High School…hobbies include cooking, wakeboard-
hard”…enjoys going to the beach in her spare time…favorite athlete is Pau Gasol…          ing, going to the beach, and camping…personal motto is “never give up”…former
daughter of Albert and Pat…born on July 18…                                               coaches Dave and Mike have influenced her the most because of their motivation,
                                                                                          inspiration, and athleticism…daughter of Doug Duncan and Carol Duncan Erskin…




                               Courtney CeSSna                                                                           megan laVo


                               #8                                                                                         #11
                                               6-0                                                                                           5-7
                                               Middle Blocker/Opposite Hitter                                                                Libero/Setter
                                               Freshman                                                                                      Sophomore
                                               West Ranch                                                                                    Valencia

                              …Second-Team All-League award recipient at West                                        …awarded Second-Team All-WSC last season…most
                              Ranch High School…mother Patty played volleyball at                                    influential person in athletic career is her 70-year-old
                              San Diego State University…sister played volleyball at                                 grandfather who is still a competitive body builder…
COC, then transferred to Nicholls State University…hopes to transfer to any school by     chose to come to COC because of its great and established volleyball program…
the beach…her most memorable moment in her sports career was beating Valen-               daughter of Kevin and Teri…born on June 18…
cia…credits her sister and mother as the most influential people in her athletic career
for always supporting her…daughter of Patty Cessna…born on Dec. 8…




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                               miChelle nixon                                                                             hayley roSaleS


                                #14                                                                                       #15
                                                     5-9                                                                                       5-6
                                                     Middle Blocker                                                                            Outside Hitter
                                                     Freshman                                                                                  Freshman
                                                     Paraclete                                                                                 Frazier Mountain

                                …plans to be either a photography or physical therapy                                  …science major…received High Desert League Most
                                major…honor roll student at Paraclete High School…                                     Valuable Player award in 2010, First Team All-League
                                mother Denise played rugby at UCLA …hopes to trans-                                    and Co-MVP in 2008 at Frazier Mountain High School…
fer to UCLA, UCSB, or ASU…personal motto is “leave your heart on the court”…favor-       hopes to transfer to Hawaii Pacific University…credits high school volleyball coach
ite professional athlete is Marc-Andre Fleury because of “the way he gets over plays”…   Sharon Lemburg as the most influential person in her athletic career because “even
notes her mother as the most influential person in her athletic career because “even     though I was short she gave me a chance”…athletic goals for this year are to increase
with one leg she still tries to play and do everything”…daughter of Leon Nixon and       her strength and vertical jump…daughter of Thomas and Joyce…born on Sept. 23…
Denise Jamison…born on Dec. 14…




                               lindSey muraChanian                                                                        ariane labrzyCki


                                #16                                                                                       #18
                                                     5-7                                                                                        5-9
                                                     Outside Hitter                                                                             Setter
                                                     Sophomore                                                                                  Freshman
                                                     Golden Valley                                                                              Lancaster

                             …was named all-conference honorable mention last                                         …three-time all-league performer at Lancaster High
                             season…earned both Most Valuable Player award and                                        School, as well as Player of the Year in 2009 and Setter
                             Female Athlete of the Year in high school…also com-                                      of the Year in 2009…was the Senior Class President…
petes in marathons outside of playing volleyball…favorite TV show is Real House-         hobbies include writing and playing the piano…favorite sports teams are the Los An-
wives of New Jersey…notes her father as the most influential person in her athletic      geles Lakers and the Los Angeles Dodgers…hopes to transfer to University of San Di-
career…athletic goal is to receive a scholarship…daughter of Tevon and Susan…            ego…athletic goal for this year is to win conference…daughter of Liliana Watson…
born on June 6...                                                                        born on Sept. 17…




                               jennie long                                                                                kriSten buStilloS


                               #19                                                                                        #21
                                                   5-10                                                                                       5-7
                                                   Opposite Hitter                                                                            Setter
                                                   Freshman                                                                                   Sophomore
                                                   Hart                                                                                       St. Bonaventure

                              …nursing major…earned second team all-league at                                             ...psychology and business major...was all-league and
                              Hart High School…father Donnie also played at Hart,                                         all-academic in high school...hopes to transfer to Uni-
                              participating in baseball, basketball, and golf…both of                                     versity of Santa Barbara or San Francisco State Univer-
her brothers played baseball and her aunt played volleyball at COC… hopes to transfer    sity...favorite professional athlete is Misty May...favorite sports teams are the Dodgers,
to San Diego State University or Cal State Long Beach…favorite professional athlete      Raiders and Lakers...decided to play at COC because the school has a strong program...
is surfer Clay Marzo because “he’s a babe”…daughter of Donnie and Colleen Long…          daughter of Fred and Susan Bustillos...born on Feb. 5...
born on April 19…




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                               CaSey daVid                                                                             alliSon toledo


                                #23                                                                                     #24
                                                     5-4                                                                                     5-4
                                                     Libero/Setter                                                                           Libero
                                                     Freshman                                                                                Freshman
                                                     Hart                                                                                    Hart

                             …photography major…two-time Second Team                                                   …awards include First Team All-SCV, Second Team All-
                             All-League award recipient from Hart High School…                                         Foothill League, and Most Valuable Player in 2008…
                             mother Christina played basketball, volleyball, and soft-                                 also ran track at Hart High School…earned JV Foothill
ball at COC…hopes to transfer to a school by the beach…personal motto is “ask for        League championship in 100-yard hurdles, long jump, and triple jump in 2007…held
forgiveness, not permission”…daughter of Mark and Christina…born on July 11…             the position of Commissioner of Athletics at Hart…favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant
                                                                                         because “he is loyal to his team and leaves everything on the court”…daughter of
                                                                                         Rodney and Tess Toledo…born on Dec. 12…




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                                                Overall Record: 16-7
                                                 WSC Record: 10-2
                                                 Home Record: 7-2
                                                 Road Record: 9-5

Sept. 2                    Irvine Valley                               L, 3-0                      0-1
Sept. 11                   El Camino#                                  L, 3-0                      0-2
Sept. 11                   Ventura#                                    W, 3-1                      1-2
Sept. 18                   Long Beach$                                 L, 3-0                      1-3
Sept. 18                   San Bernardino$                             W, 3-0                      2-3
Sept. 19                   Victor Valley$                              W, 3-1                      3-3
Sept. 19                   Bakersfield$                                W, 3-1                      4-3
Sept. 22                   Allan Hancock                               W, 3-0                      5-3
Sept. 25                   Antelope Valley                             W, 3-1                      6-3
Sept. 29                   at Santa Barbara                            L, 3-2                      6-4
Oct. 2                     at Moorpark                                 L, 3-1                      6-5
Oct. 6                     Bakersfield                                 L, 3-1                      6-6 (0-1)
Oct. 9                     at L.A. Pierce                              W, 3-1                      7-6 (1-1)
Oct. 13                    at Santa Monica                             W, 3-0                      8-6 (2-1)
Oct. 16                    Glendale                                    W, 3-0                      9-6 (3-1)
Oct. 20                    at West L.A.                                W, 3-0                      10-6 (4-1)
Oct. 23                    Citrus                                      W, 3-0                      11-6 (5-1)
Oct. 30                    at Bakersfield                              L, 3-1                      11-7 (5-2)
Nov. 3                     L.A. Pierce                                 W, 3-2                      12-7 (6-2)
Nov. 6                     Santa Monica                                W, 3-0                      13-7 (7-2)
Nov. 10                    at Glendale                                 W, 3-0                      14-7 (8-2)
Nov. 13                    West L.A.                                   W, 3-0                      15-7 (9-2)
Nov. 17                    at Citrus                                   W, 3-0                      16-7 (10-2)
# El Camino Classic
$ San Diego Mesa Tourney




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Brooklyn Arndt                       Ashlie Arnold                                                      Lindsey Wilcox




                   firSt team
                   PLAYER                             YEAR                                COLLEGE
                   Jessica Alvarez                    Freshman                            Glendale College
                   BROOKLYN ARNDT**                   SOPHOMORE                           COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS
                   ASHLIE ARNOLD                      SOPHOMORE                           COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS
                   Ashleigh Diller***                 Sophomore                           Glendale College
                   Sarah Kurfess***                   Sophomore                           Bakersfield College
                   Brooke McFerren                    Sophomore                           Pierce College
                   Lindsey Mitchell                   Freshman                            Citrus College
                   Chelsea Rose                       Sophomore                           Bakersfield College
                   LINDSEY WILCOx                     SOPHOMORE                           COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS
Jillian Anderson   Kashelle Wilkerson**               Sophomore                           Santa Monica College

                   SeCond team

                   PLAYER                             YEAR                                COLLEGE
                   Corissa Alvarez                    Sophomore                           Bakersfield College
                   JILL ANDERSON                      SOPHOMORE                           COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS
                   Reanna Hill                        Sophomore                           Pierce College
                   Brookey Holmes***                  Sophomore                           Bakersfield College
                   Daisy Llamas**                     Sophomore                           Citrus College
                   MEGAN LAVO                         FRESHMAN                            COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS
                   Danica Lawrence                    Sophomore                           Citrus College
                   Carissa Mathijssen**               Sophomore                           Glendale College
                   Alexa Micek                        Freshman                            Pierce College
                   Tatiana Quiocho                    Sophomore                           Citrus College
                   Alyssa Rosca                       Sophomore                           Glendale College
Megan Lavo         Natasha Wilroy***                  Sophomore                           Pierce College

                   *(1st Team WSC 2008);**(2nd Team WSC 2008);***(Honorable Mention WSC 2008).

                   honorable mention

                   Margie Artuak (Fr. Santa Monica); Roxie Domines (Fr. Glendale); RAquEL GRELLA (SO. CANYONS); Porsea Hayes (Fr. West
                   L.A.); Coco Holiday (So. Citrus); Liz Kpachavi (Fr. Santa Monica); Carolin Luppens (Fr. Pierce); Nicole Moreno (So. West L.A.);
                   LINDSEY MuRACHANIAN (FR. CANYONS); Ashley Parnell (So. Bakersfield); Reyna Rochin (So. Pierce); LaPorsha Singh (So.
                   Bakersfield);Ashliy Veliz (So. Glendale); Lauren Walsh (Fr. Citrus).

                   PLAYER OF THE YEAR SARAH MARTIN                            Pierce College
                   COACH OF THE YEAR NABIL MARDINI                            Pierce College


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       Cou gar v ol l e y ba l l                 2 0 s te ta
                                                 ro0 9 sr n di n g s
South Coast             Conf.   Overall   Pct.             Central Valley       Conf.   Overall   Pct.
Pasadena                16-0    23-2      .920             Fresno               14-0    23-5      .821
El Camino               14-2    24-3      .889             Porterville          11-3    17-6      .739
Cerritos                11-5    14-8      .636             Sequoias             10-4    13-8      .619
Mt. SAC                 10-6    13-9      .591             Taft                 8-6     12-12     .500
Long Beach              9-7     11-12     .478             Merced               6-8     11-13     .458
East L.A.               5-11    5-13      .278             Reedley              5-9     6-17      .261
L.A. City               4-12    4-13      .235             Columbia             2-12    4-19      .174
L.A. Trade Tech         2-12    2-17      .105             West Hills           0-14    1-21      .045
L.A. Harbor             1-15    2-16      .111
                                                           Big 8                Conf.   Overall   Pct.
Western State, North    Conf.   Overall   Pct.             Sacramento           14-0    31-2      .939
Santa Barbara           9-1     21-3      .875             San Joaquin Delta    11-3    20-9      .690
Moorpark                9-1     20-3      .870             Santa Rosa           10-4    23-8      .742
Ventura                 5-5     10-11     .476             Sierra               9-5     23-11     .676
Cuesta                  5-5     8-13      .381             Diablo Valley        6-8     16-9      .640
Allan Hancock           2-8     6-13      .316             American River       2-12    11-16     .407
Oxnard                  0-10    5-12      .294             Modesto              2-12    9-19      .321
                                                           Consumnes            2-12    8-17      .320
Western State, South    Conf.   Overall   Pct.
Bakersfield             11-1    20-7      .741             Bay Valley           Conf.   Overall   Pct.
CANYONS                 10-2    16-7      .696             Yuba                 15-1    17-7      .708
Glendale                8-4     12-10     .545             Napa Valley          15-1    16-8      .667
L.A. Pierce             7-5     11-14     .440             Solano               12-4    16-11     .593
Citrus                  4-8     6-14      .300             Los Medanos          10-6    11-6      .647
Santa Monica            2-10    4-15      .211             Mendocino            7-9     11-13     .458
West L.A.               0-12    0-16      .000             Marin                7-9     7-13      .350
                                                           Laney                3-13    4-17      .190
Orange Empire           Conf.   Overall   Pct.             Alameda              2-14    2-17      .105
Orange Coast            12-2    25-3      .893             Conta Costa          1-15    1-15      .063
Cypress                 12-2    24-5      .828
Irvine Valley           10-4    18-6      .750             Golden Valley        Conf.   Overall   Pct.
Riverside               8-6     17-11     .607             Butte                9-1     22-8      .733
Golden West             6-8     13-11     .542             Feather River        7-3     19-12     .613
Fullerton               6-8     11-12     .478             Siskiyous            6-4     18-10     .643
Santa Ana               1-13    3-14      .176             Shasta               6-4     14-15     .483
Saddleback              1-13    3-16      .158             Lassen               1-9     1-11      .083
                                                           Redwoods             1-9     1-12      .077
Pacific Coast           Conf.   Overall   Pct.
Palomar                 11-1    16-5      .762             Coast, North         Conf.   Overall   Pct.
San Diego Mesa          11-1    16-7      .696             Foothill             10-0    24-4      .857
San Diego City          8-4     12-6      .667             De Anza              8-2     14-12     .538
Grossmont               4-8     8-14      .364             Skyline              6-4     10-15     .400
Southwestern            4-8     7-13      .350             San Francisco        4-6     10-16     .385
Imperial Valley         4-8     6-14      .300             Ohlone               2-8     5-13      .278
Cuyamaca                0-12    0-16      .000             San Jose             0-10    1-26      .037

Foothill                Conf.   Overall   Pct.             Coast, South         Conf.   Overall   Pct.
Antelope Valley         11-1    14-5      .737             Gavilan              9-1     17-7      .708
Victor Valley           10-2    12-9      .571             Cabrillo             9-1     17-9      .654
Desert                  9-3     13-5      .722             West Valley          6-4     13-12     .520
San Bernardino Valley   5-7     6-14      .300             Chabot               3-7     15-10     .600
Chaffey                 4-8     5-13      .278             Hartnell             3-7     11-11     .500
Rio Hondo               2-10    4-14      .222             Monterey Peninsula   0-10    4-17      .190
Mt. San Jacinto         1-11    2-20      .091


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      Cou gar v ol l e y ba l l                                          hi s to ry
1997: First year head coach Lisa Mosier (Hooper) and the College of the Canyons volleyball team had a rough season and finished the year with a 4-6 record.
Three players were name All-Western State Conference.

1998: After a rough season the year before, the Cougars turned the program around and finished 11-7 overall, 8-2 in conference, to take second place in the
Western State Conference South and finished with the best season record yet. Six players were name All-Western State Conference.

1999: The Cougars made history by winning the Western State Conference South Championship, the school’s first volleyball title since 1980. College of the Can-
yons finished the regular season with a 14-4 record overall and a perfect 8-0 record in conference. COC fell in the second round of the playoffs to Santa Barbara in
three straight. Eight players were named All-Western State Conference, and one was named All-Southern California.

2000: For the second year in a row, the COC Volleyball team captured the Western State Conference South title with an 18-6 overall record, 9-1 in conference. The
Lady Cougars lost in the first round of the playoffs to Ventura College in three sets. Eight players were named All-Western State Conference, and one was named
All-Southern California.

2002: The Cougars finish with a 13-7 record overall, 6-4 in conference, and take third place in the Western Conference South. The Lady Cougars were slated
against Orange Coast College in the first round of the playoffs and lost. Seven players were named All-Western State Conference.

2003: College of the Canyons finished second in conference with a 9-11 record and lost to Irvine Valley College in the first round of the playoffs. Six players were
named All-Western State Conference.

2004: The No. 13 Cougars volleyball team finished the first round of the Southern California Regional with an upset of the No. 4 team Ventura College. The Lady
Cougars lost in the second round to No. 5 San Diego Mesa to bring the team’s record to 13-7 on the year. Six players were named All-Western State Conference.

2005: COC had a tough season and finished with a 6-13 overall, 3-7 conference record, and ended up finishing in fifth place in the WSC. Five players were named
All-Western State Conference.

2006: COC improves from the 2005 season and finishes in third place in the WSC South with a 6-4 record and 16-8 record overall. The team finishes ranked No. 14
in the state in the California Community College Women’s Volleyball Coaches Association poll. In the playoffs, the Lady Cougars are slated against Irvine Valley,
but lose 3-1. Six players were named All-Western State Conference.

2007: Volleyball rebounded from a slow start in conference play to become one of the biggest surprises in the state. The Cougars took their lead from sophomore
transfer Priscilla Bremer who tallied 321 kills during the season. Canyons finished the regular season in a tie for second place, but the most important time of
the year – the playoffs – is when COC really shined. College of the Canyons easily defeats the two-time defending state champion Orange Coast in three games
during the first round and sets its sights on the first-ranked team in the state, Irvine Valley, which defeated Canyons earlier in the season. In the second round
of regional play, the Cougars recorded their second upset, kicking No. 1 Irvine Valley out of the state championship race in five games. With two wins, Canyons
and head coach Lisa Hooper made their first-ever trip to the state tournament. Though COC made an earlier-than-expected exit with two losses in the first night,
Bremer was named all-tournament, and the program earned valuable experience.

2008: The Cougars fell short of another deep run into the playoffs like the 2007 season, but the Cougars did complete the Western State Conference season in
second place with a 9-3 record. COC did earn a bid to the playoffs, only to meet up with Irvine Valley who took the team down in straight sets. Six Cougars were
honored with all-conference accolades.

2009: For the first time in four years, the Cougars did not make the playoffs. They finish with a 16-7 overall record and 10-2 Western State Conference, South
Division, record. They finished in second place.




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  Stacey Holbrook                 Breanna Trudeau           Ashley Lawler            Heather Sanders

1997
Rosemary Hawker       Cal State Bakersfield
Andrea Koman          Cal State Los Angeles

1999
Jaime Foster          Cal State Dominguez Hills

2000
Jenny Sehenuk         Nicholls State University
Heather Cessna        Nicholls State University
Anna Kartiala         Occidental College

2001
Sara Lupu             University of La Verne

2002
Stephanie Cisneros    Hampton University
Stacey Holbrook       Washington State University

2003
Jennifer Weinberger   The Master’s College

2004
Breanna Trudeau       Cal State Fullerton
Taryn Maxwell         Cal State East Bay
Melissa Gillard       Cal State East Bay
Ashley Lawler         Cal State Dominguez Hills

2006
Rachel Holbrook       Washington State University

2007
Heather Sanders       Tennessee State
Nicolette Jens        Tennessee State
Bridgette Redmond     California Lutheran University

2008
Caitlyn Ramirez       The Master’s College
Lauren Wells          University of Mary

2009
Jillian Anderson      The Master’s College
Brooklyn Arndt        Southern Arkansas University
Lindsey Wilcox        Southern Arkansas University
Ashlie Arnold         Southern Arkansas University

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         Cou gar v ol l e y ba l l                                                                 li n d a Ch i s h o lm
On January 20, 2005, College of the Canyons inducted Linda Chisholm of the Cougar volleyball program into the College of the
Canyons Cougar Athletic Hall of Fame as part of the inaugural class.


  Linda Chisholm was a member of the first women’s volleyball team at College
  of the Canyons, and from small starts came grand results.

  Prior to playing at College of the Canyons, Chisholm was a varsity player for
  Birmingham High School, lettering in both volleyball and softball. Playing and
  starting at College of the Canyons, she was noticed by Pepperdine University
  in Malibu, Calif. Chisholm transferred to Pepperdine and played for the Waves
  before graduating in 1981.

  Chisholm competed in the 1979 Olympic Sports Festival and was a member
  of the 1979 University Games team. Chisholm played for the U.S. on the 1984
  Olympic and 1983 Pan-American silver medal teams, and on the 1982 World
  Championship bronze medal team.

  Eventually, Chisholm turned pro, playing professional volleyball for the next
  decade in the Women’s Pro Beach Volleyball Association, the AVP Pro Beach
  Volleyball Tour and in the Federation Internationale de Volley Ball. Chisholm
  finished with 39 first-place finishes and was one of the top money-makers,
  winning more than a quarter of a million dollars. Chisholm was also a seven-
  time USVBA All-American.

  Chisholm currently coaches volleyball at Immaculate Heart High School in
  Los Angeles, Calif., and also works as a private fitness instructor.




2005 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees (from L to R): Lee Smelser, Chuck Rheinschmidt, Linda Chisholm and Clint McKinney.




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          College of the Canyons
       Summer youth Volleyball Camp




learn to play volleyball or improve
your skills with players and coaches
from the CoC Volleyball team!




for more information on the College of the Canyons annual summer youth volleyball camp, please call lisa
               hooper at 661-362-3471 or contact via email at lisa.hooper@canyons.edu.
THIS IS COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS
                   this is C ol l e g e of th e C a n y o n s                   C o ug a r vo lle ybal l

Success Starts Here
The College of the Canyons experience varies from student
to student, but it still shares a common, unifying staple:
excellence.

College of the Canyons is dedicated to offering students a
well rounded education that will open up a new world of
ideas, information, skills and knowledge. Located in the heart
of the Santa Clarita Valley, the college provides educational
programs and lifelong opportunities for all those with a
desire to succeed.

For 41 years, College of the Canyons has been more than just
a community college with a great athletic program — it is
a place where students redefine themselves and prepare for
exciting futures.




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     Cou gar v ol l e y ba l l          a C a d e m i C s up p o rt

                                                     Preparing Student-Athletes For Academic Success
                                                     College of the Canyons is committed to the total development of
                                                     its student-athletes. The comprehensive programs for academic
                                                     and student services are evidence of that commitment.

                                                     The transition from high school or transferring from another col-
                                                     lege can be tough and that is why COC has many programs to help
                                                     student-athletes succeed. Athletes and the athletic counselor cre-
                                                     ate academic plans that are regularly monitored by the counseling
                                                     staff. COC will track student-athletes’ academic progress and work
                                                     with the student-athletes to succeed at our college - and beyond!

                                                     In fall of 2008, COC opened “The Zone,” a tutoring lab developed
                                                     especially for Cougar student-athletes. Located in Hasley Hall and
                                                     adjacent to the West PE building, the 1,200-square-foot room is
                                                     staffed with academic advisors and tutors, as well as computers,
                                                     printers and other academic resources. “The Zone” is open Monday
                                                     through Friday and two nights a week to help make the student-
                                                     athlete’s academic and athletic experience as enriching and
                                                     rewarding as possible.




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Preparation In The Weight Room
College of the Canyons has the good fortune of having the state
of California’s first full-time Community College Strength and
Conditioning Coach. Director of Speed, Strength and Condition-
ing, Robert dos Remedios, MA, CSCS, brings more than 20 years
of sport-specific conditioning knowledge along with experi-
ence as a former Community College All-American and Division
I scholarship athlete. “Coach Dos” is a certified strength and
conditioning specialist and a USA Weightlifting Certified Club
Coach who holds a master’s degree in Kinesiology. A four-time
finalist for the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s
prestigious Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Professional of
the Year award, Coach Dos won the award in 2006 making him
the only community college strength coach to ever be named
National Collegiate Strength Coach of the Year.




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     Cou gar v ol l e y ba l l                                      s p o rts m e d i C i n e

Outstanding Athletic Trainers
College of the Canyons student-athletes have a sports medicine program that is responsible not
only for helping players make speedy recoveries from injuries, but for preventing injuries from
occurring. This is accomplished through utilizing state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment along with
the latest methods of prevention and care of injuries. Student-athletes are carefully examined
before they participate in any sport, to ensure early detection of potential problems.

Athletic trainers Sarah Ehrsam and Chad Peters monitor injuries and rehabilitation for all Cougar
athletes. Ehrsam and Peters arrange physical examinations and consultations for student-athletes.

Dr. Ronald Karzel from Southern California Orthopedic Institute is COC’s Team Orthopedic Surgeon.
He directly supervises all sideline medical coverage and evaluates Cougar orthopedic injuries. He
also performs orthopedic surgeries and supervises rehabilitation.

Dr. Andrew Blecher from Southern California Orthopedic Institute is the Cougar’s primary care
physician. He provides medical examinations and diagnosis on the sidelines and in the athletic
training room. With a specialization in sports medicine, he is the physician to whom COC refers
non-surgical injuries and illnesses.




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Excellent Facilities
The Cougar Cage is a 3,000-seat Gymna-
sium that is the home court of the men’s
and women’s basketball teams and the
volleyball team. The Cougar Cage also
plays host to college meetings, summer
camps and many other exciting events.
Located in the West Physical Education
building, the Cougar Cage has a smaller
gym adjacent to it, which is available for
classes and practices.

The newest facility, Physical Education
East, houses a second gym, locker rooms
and athletics offices for the ever-growing
COC athletic community. The extra gym
serves as a practice facility for the Cougars.




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     Cou gar v ol l e y ba l l                                        s p o rts i n f o r m at i o n

                                                                                Full-Service Sports Information Office
                                                                                The College of the Canyons Sports Information Office provides student-athletes
                                                                                and the athletic department with publicity through the Internet, radio, televi-
                                                                                sion and print, and to media outlets across the country. The office provides sta-
                                                                                tistics, photos, award-winning media guides and general information regarding
                                                                                all 16 intercollegiate teams at College of the Canyons.

                                                                                The sports information office takes a proactive approach to creating media
                                                                                interest for every sport. Our goal is to bring attention and national recognition
                                                                                to both the amazing athletes and the dedicated coaches and programs who
                                                                                compete at COC.




COC Athletics On The Web
The College of the Canyons Sports Information Office prides itself on telling not                       www.COCAthletics.com
just the local community about our student-athletes, but talking to the world!

The official College of the Canyons Web site, www.COCAthletics.com, is the
place to find information on all of your favorite Cougar athletic teams. Find
rosters, updated team and individual statistics, photos and game recaps all
season long!                                                                                                                   www.Twitter.com/COCAthletics

The College of the Canyons Athletics Twitter page has become one of the most
followed Twitter accounts among community college athletic programs by
providing up-to-the-minute game updates and links to feature stories on past
and present student-athletes.                                                                www.Facebook.com/COCAthletics


The Facebook pages allow current student-athletes, alumni, friends and family
to stay connected with each other about the events going on at COC, while also
creating a network for fans and alumni to stay connected.

Don’t have a chance to get to the game? Visit College of the Canyons YouTube
                                                                                                                               www.YouTube.com/
page weekly for highlight videos from home games. Also, take a look at feature                                                 CollegeoftheCanyons
stories about current and past student-athletes and coaches.




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                                                         A Celebrated History
                                                         The College of the Canyons Athletic department has inducted 13 former student-athletes, teams,
                                                         coaches, administrators and friends of the programs during the past four years into the College of the
                                                         Canyons Athletic Hall of Fame. Established in 2005, the event has been a vehicle for fund raising for a
                                                         permanent Hall of Fame to be housed on the Valencia campus. Since the first induction ceremony the
                                                         Cougars have welcomed keynote speakers John Wooden, Sparky Anderson and Todd Donoho, while
                                                         inducting new members into the Hall of Fame.

                                                         Possible inductees must have exemplified College of the Canyons ideals and dedication to the
                                                         department. Inductees are chosen by a committee of various staff members at the college and local
                                                         community members. Past inductees include former baseball coach Mike Gillespie, Olympic vol-
                                                         leyball player Linda Chisholm and the state champion 1981 baseball team.

                                                         For more information on the College of the Canyons Athletic Hall of Fame and the biannual induction
                                                         ceremony and dinner, please visit www.COCAthletics.com.




 College of the Canyons Athletic Hall of Fame 2011
 COC athletics will be celebrating its fourth athletic hall of fame
 on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2011, at the Hyatt Regency Valencia
 with keynote speaker and former NFL player Joe Kapp. The 2011
 inductees will include:
 1993 State Championship Men’s Golf Team
 Kyetra Brown - former women’s basketball player
 Mike Herrington - former football player
 Kristine Marbach - former women’s soccer player
 Isaac Sopoaga - former football player


   College of the Canyons
Athletic Hall of Fame Classes
2005 Inductees                2009 Inductees
Linda Chisholm                1981 Baseball Team
Clint McKinney                Al Adelini
Chuck Rheinschmidt            Jesse Boyd
Lee Smelser                   Susan Latch
                              Larry Reisbig
2007 Inductees
Dottie Duncan
Mike Gillespie
Dewey “Yogi”Luster
Frank Sanchez



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