2008 ASHLAND UNIVERSITY VOLLEYBALL FAST FACTS

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General
Location: 401 College Avenue, Ashland, OH 44805                        2008 Ashland Volleyball Schedule
Founded: 1878
Enrollment: 6,500                                           Date         Opponent                                       Time
Nickname: Eagles                                            Aug. 29      Tampa Classic – St. Leo                        3 p.m.
Colors: Purple and Gold
Home Court/Capacity: Kates Gymnasium/3,000                  Aug. 29      Tampa Classic – Tampa                          8 p.m.
Affiliation: NCAA Division II                               Aug. 30      Tampa Classic – Florida Southern               3:30 p.m.
Conference: Great Lakes Intercollegiate
              Athletic Conference                           Aug. 30      Tampa Classic – Central Oklahoma               8 p.m.
President: Dr. Frederick Finks
                                                            Sept. 5      Alaska Fairbanks Classic – St. Cloud           6 p.m.
Director of Athletics: Bill Goldring
NCAA Faculty Representative: Dr. Mark Hamilton              Sept. 6      Alaska Fairbanks Classic – Catawba             1 p.m.
Trainer/Volleyball: Nikki Sefcik
Athletic Department Phone: 419-289-5441                     Sept. 6      Alaska Fairbanks Classic – Alaska Fairbanks    8 p.m.
                                                            Sept. 12     at Hillsdale*                                  2 p.m.
History of the Program
First Year: 1968                                            Sept. 13     at Findlay*                                    7 p.m.
All-Time Record: 702-513
Years in NCAA II Playoffs: 4                                Sept. 16     at Tiffin*                                     7 p.m.
Last NCAA Postseason Appearance: 2007 – Lost in the first   Sept. 19     at Lake Superior State*                        7 p.m.
round of the regional tournament to Lewis.
                                                            Sept. 20     at Saginaw Valley State*                       2 p.m.
Team Information
2007 Overall Record: 26-6                                   Sept. 26     NORTHWOOD*                                     7 p.m.
2007 GLIAC Record/Finish: 14-3/2nd GLIAC South              Sept. 27     WAYNE STATE*                                   1 p.m.
Lettermen Returning: 7
Lettermen Lost: 2                                           Oct. 2       at Michigan Tech*                              7 p.m.
Starters Returning: 4
                                                            Oct. 3       at Northern Michigan*                          7 p.m.
Coaching Staff                                              Oct. 10      FERRIS STATE*                                  7 p.m.
Head Coach: Connie Surowicz
Alma Mater: The Ohio State University, 1981                 Oct. 11      GRAND VALLEY STATE*                            2 p.m.
Record at School/Years: 105-54/5
                                                            Oct. 17-18 GLIAC/GLVC Challenge                             TBA
Career Record/Years: 388-183/16
                                                                       at University of Indianapolis
Assistant Coaches: Jennifer Parsons
Volleyball Office Phone: 419-289-5454                       Oct. 24      HILLSDALE*                                     7 p.m.

Sports Information                                          Oct. 25      FINDLAY*                                       1 p.m.
Assistant Athletic Director/Media Relations: Al King        Oct. 31      at Northwood*                                  7 p.m.
SID Office Phone: 419-289-5442
King’s Home Phone: 419-289-8418                             Nov. 1       at Wayne State*                                2 p.m.
Email Address: aking@ashland.edu
Assistant SID: Chip Whipple                                 Nov. 4       TIFFIN*                                        4 p.m.
Office Phone: 419-289-5974                                  Nov.12       First Round GLIAC Match                        TBA
Email: nwhipple@ashland.edu
SID FAX: 419-289-5468                                       Nov. 8-10    GLIAC Championships                            TBA
Website: www.ashland.edu/athletics
                                                            Nov. 19-21 NCAA Division II Great Lakes Regional            TBA
AU Hotline: 419-207-6222
SID Mailing Address: Kates Gymnasium
                                                            *Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Matches
                            Ashland University
                            Ashland, OH 44805


Credits                                                     On The Cover
Editors: Chip Whipple, Al King, Steve Hannan                     The photos on the front cover are of the Eagles gathering before
                                                            the start of a match. The photo on the bottom is of a home match
Writing/Layout: Chip Whipple
                                                            against GLIAC opponent Grand Valley. The front cover was designed
Graphic Design: Mardelle McFadden, AU Graphic Arts          by former Eagle and all-time kills, total attacks, and digs leader Mary
Printing: AU Print Shop                                     Kate Glowe. The photos were taken by Tom E. Puskar.
                                                                 The photos on the back cover again show the unity of the hands
Photography: Tom Puskar, Duane Martin, Sam Renfroe          of the volleyball players focusing on the tradition of teamwork over
                                                            individual success.
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                                      CONNIE SUROWICZ, HEAD COACH
                                            Ashland University
                                      started a winning tradition in
                                      volleyball over the past couple
                                      of seasons. The tradition
                                      started with the hiring of Con-
                                      nie Surowicz as head coach. In
                                      just five seasons Surowicz has
                                      turned a perennial loser into a
                                      GLIAC and NCAA Division
                                      II contender every year.
                                            To put it simply, when
                                      Surowicz compiles a team,
                                      they win. In her 16-year career,
                                      only three times have Surow-
                                      icz’s teams finished below .500.
                                    The Eagles have also continued
this winning tradition, as they are 72-26 in the past three seasons.
      The rest of Surowicz’ resume reads equally as notable: four
NCAA playoff berths, two GLIAC South Division champion-
ships, a GLIAC tournament championship, and a Great Lakes
Regional championship. Including her four-year stretch at AU,
                                                                         the coach of the year four times. Her team was ranked first in the
Surowicz owns a career record of 388-183, for a remarkable .680
                                                                         region in 1997, 1998 and 2002 and she coached All-America play-
winning percentage.
                                                                         ers in five different seasons. Those types of players and the Tigers’
      It is no secret that winning inside the conference is well re-
                                                                         style of play caught the attention of the Springfield community. In
spected and Surowicz’s teams have done that very well during her
                                                                         1998 Wittenberg was third in the country in attendance.
tenure at AU. Surowicz has a record of 55-30 in GLIAC play.
                                                                              Wittenberg was Surowicz’s second stop as a collegiate head
      Helping Surowicz win over two-thirds of the matches she’s
                                                                         coach. She was the head coach at Walsh University in North Can-
coached, the AU coach has recruited some exceptional players.
                                                                         ton, OH, from 1992-94.
In all four years, Surowicz has coached an All-America player
                                                                              Surowicz, who is originally from Massillon, OH, got her start
and has put eight All-GLIAC first team members on the floor.
                                                                         in coaching at the high school level, serving as the head coach at
She coached 17 All-GLIAC team members and has put a dozen
                                                                         Louisville, OH, from 1982-91. Her teams won four conference
athletes on the Academic All-GLIAC team. For her successes,
                                                                         championships and one district title. Louisville made one trip to
Surowicz was recognized as the 2004 GLIAC Coach of the Year.
      Last season, the Eagles compiled a 26-6 mark under Surow-
icz, including 14-3 in conference play. Winning became almost as
consistent as the sun rising as the Eagles had streaks of 12 match-                     CONNIE SUROWICZ CAREER
es won and nine matches won during the season. In an attempt
to defend their GLIAC tournament title, AU beat Findlay in the
                                                                                           COACHING RECORD
first round, but then lost to nationally-ranked Hillsdale in the           Year      Institution                      Wins     Losses
second round. In fact, five of the Eagles six losses were against
                                                                           1992      Walsh University                 14       15
teams ranked nationally by the AVCA. Once again the Eagles
earned a trip to the NCAA Division II regional tournament, but             1993      Walsh University                 16       20
lost a tough five-set match to Lewis in the first round.                   1994      Wittenberg University            21       16
      Surowicz has won 20 or more matches in 13 of the last 14             1995      Wittenberg University            28       12
seasons and has given the Eagle volleyball program a new men-              1996      Wittenberg University            32       11
tality, one set on the tradition of winning.
                                                                           1997      Wittenberg University            34       4
      This transformation didn’t surprise those who had followed
Surowicz’s career. Prior to arriving at AU, Surowicz spent nine            1998      Wittenberg University            25       10
years as the head coach at Wittenberg University in Springfield,           1999      Wittenberg University            21       15
OH. Her record at the Division III school was 253-94 (.729). The           2000      Wittenberg University            32       9
Tigers advanced to the NCAA postseason her last seven years.               2001      Wittenberg University            26       9
In her final season Wittenberg advanced to the “Elite Eight.” The
                                                                           2002      Wittenberg University            34       8
Tigers were a Sweet 16 participant three times in six seasons.
      The 2002 season, Surowicz’s last at Wittenberg, saw the              2003      Ashland University               7        22
Tigers win their eighth straight conference championship. Wit-             2004      Ashland University               26       6
tenberg concluded the season with a 61-match winning streak in             2005      Ashland University               23       10
conference action.                                                         2006      Ashland University               23       10
      The 2002 Wittenberg team featured three All-America play-
ers. The 1998 edition included the first Academic All-America              2005      Ashland University               23       10
in the history of the volleyball program. Over the final seven             2006      Ashland University               23       10
seasons of her Wittenberg tenure the volleyball team had a 3.4             2007      Ashland University               26       6
grade point average.
      The North Coast Athletic Conference honored Surowicz as                        Total                            388      183 (.680)

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                                    CONNIE SUROWICZ, HEAD COACH
the regional tournament during her stay.
     The AU head coach has been a leader in volleyball circles
nationally. She has served as the chair for the American Vol-
                                                                            The Surowicz Success Story
leyball Coaches Association all-region committee and has been
                                                                    Ashland University – 2003-2007
a member of the All-America selection committee. She was
                                                                       NCAA Playoff Berths (4) – 2004, 2005, 2006 2007;
instrumental in the development and enhancement of a Junior
Olympic volleyball program in Springfield, OH. Since coming            GLIAC South Division Championships (2) – 2004, 2005;
to AU, Surowicz has directed a wide array of summer camps for          GLIAC Tournament Championships (1) – 2006; Great
teams and individuals.                                                 Lakes Regional Championships (1) – 2006; GLIAC
     In addition to her coaching duties at Wittenberg, Surowicz        Coach of the Year (1) – 2004; All-America Players (7) –
was an assistant athletic director. In that role she was involved      2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007; GLIAC Player of the Year
in marketing, promotions and game management.                          (1) – 2004; Great Lakes Region Freshman of the Year (1)
     Surowicz is a 1981 graduate of The Ohio State University.         – 2004; All-GLIAC First Team Members (8) – 2003, 2004,
                                                                       2005, 2006 2007; All-GLIAC Team Members (17) – 2003,
                                                                       2004, 2005, 2006, 2007; Academic All-GLIAC Members
                                                                       (12) – 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006,2007; All-Great Lakes Re-
                                                                       gion Members (9) – 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007.



                                                                    Ashland University – 2003-2006
                                                                       NCAA Playoff Berths (3) – 2004, 2005, 2006; GLIAC
                                                                       South Division Championships (2) – 2004, 2005; GLIAC
                                                                       Tournament Championships (1) – 2006; Great Lakes
                                                                       Regional Championships (1) – 2006; GLIAC Coach of
                                                                       the Year (1) – 2004; All-America Players (5) – 2003, 2004,
                                                                       2005, 2006; GLIAC Player of the Year (1) – 2004; Great
                                                                       Lakes Region Freshman of the Year (1) – 2004; All-
                                                                       GLIAC First Team Members (6) – 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006;
                                                                       All-GLIAC Team Members (13) – 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006;
                                                                       Academic All-GLIAC Members (8) – 2003, 2004, 2005,
                                                                       2006, All-Great Lakes Region Members (7) – 2003, 2004,
                                                                       2005, 2006.



                                                                    Wittenberg University – 1995-2002
                                                                       NCAA Playoff Berths (7) - 1996-2002; NCAA Elite
                                                                       Eight (1) - 2002; NCAA Sweet 16 (3) - 1996, 1998, 2000;

                 AU COACHING RECORD
                                                                       Conference Coach of the Year (4) – 1995, 1999, 2000,
                                                                       2002; Region Coach of the Year (1) – 2002; North Coast
                                                                       Athletic Conference Championships (7), 1995, 1997, 1998,
 Years                 Coach                    Wins     Losses
                                                                       1999, 2000, 2001, 2002; All-America Players – 1995, 1999,
 1968-71, 1973-76      Carol Mertler            91       45            2000, 2002; Notable – Wittenberg was third in the country
                                                                       in attendance in 1999, Wittenberg enjoyed 61-match con-
 1972                  Ruth Jones               7        3             ference winning streak. Under Surowicz, Wittenberg was
                                                                       the region’s top-ranked team in 1997, 1998 and 2002.
 1977                  Angie Messner            27       10

 1978                  Judy McNamee             11       11
                                                                    Walsh University – 1992-1994
 1979-2002             Sue Uebel                461      390           Advanced to the NAIA District Tournament – 1993.
 1979-2002             Sue Uebel                461      390

 2003-present          Connie Surowicz          105      54         Louisville (OH) High School – 1982-1991
                                                                       League Championships (4) – 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990;
                       Total                    702      513           District Championships (1) – 1987; Regional Tournament
                                                                       Participant (1) – 1987




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                 ASSISTANT COACHES
    JENNIFER PARSONS, ASSISTANT COACH
         Jennifer Parsons is in her sixth season as an assistant coach with the Eagles. She came to AU
    from Wittenberg with head coach Connie Surowicz.
         Parsons spent eight years coaching volleyball and basketball at Wittenberg. A 1994 Wittenberg
    graduate, she is one of the finest all-around athletes in school history. Parsons earned 12 letters – four
    each in volleyball, basketball and softball
    at Wittenburg. She was a captain in each
    sport and was first team All-North Coast
    Athletic Conference in volleyball and
    second team in basketball. She was an
    all-region selection in softball.
         The AU assistant coach has played
    on conference championship teams in
    volleyball and basketball as a player and
    coach. Parsons is active in all phases of
    the volleyball operation.
         A native of Bowling Green, OH,
    Parsons earned a master’s degree in exer-
    cise science from Arizona State.




    A.G. KRUGER, STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH
         When it comes to strength and physical conditioning, there are few people better equipped to
    pass on these lessons than A.G. Kruger. One of the top throwers in the country, Kruger was fourth
    in the hammer throw at the 2006 World Cup, held in Athens, and also qualified for the 2004 Olympic
    Games in the hammer throw.
         More recently, Kruger finished first in the hammer throw at the United States Olympic Trials in
    Eugene, OR. He won his third consecutive national title and made the U.S. Olympic team for the
    second time by finishing first with a throw of 248-9. With the first place finish, Kruger qualified and
    competed at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
         Kruger, who not only works and trains in Ashland, is again working with the Ashland volleyball
    team, furthering the Eagles’ workout programs and helping to put them at an elite level of strength
    and conditioning.
         His career highlights aren’t too shabby either: a three-time USA Outdoor champion (2006, 2007,
    2008), four-time U.S. Indoor weight throw champion (2003, 2005-2007), 2004 Olympic Trials runner-up,
    2008 Olympic Trials champion, and the 2001 NCAA Division II champion in the hammer throw.
         Kruger trains with head track and field coach Jud Logan.
         This past summer, Kruger was named Ashland University’s first strength and conditioning coach.
    In that role, Kruger will work with 20 varsity athletic teams and over 470 student-athletes. Kruger has
    been at the university working as an assistant equipment coordinator and doing strength and condi-
    tioning responsibilities when time permitted. Now that will be his main focus.




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       ASSISTANT COACHES/TRAINER
    TONY GLESSNER, STUDENT ASSISTANT
        Tony Glessner, a junior from Millersburg, OH, returns for his third season as a student assistant
    with the Eagle volleyball program. He graduated from West Holmes in 2006, helping out with the
    high school team and assisting in the program’s summer camps.
        Glessner is majoring in secondary math education and will aid the Eagle coaching staff in several
    aspects, including practices and with game management.




    NIKKI SEFCIK, ATHLETIC TRAINER
         Nikki Sefcik enters her second year in the Ashland University athletic training department; pre-
    viously she had an extended stay at Bowling Green State University. She oversees the training duties
    specifically for four teams: volleyball, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and softball.
         Graduating from BGSU with a major in athletic training and clinical management in 2003, Sefcik
    continued her education in Bowling Green, OH. She earned a Master’s of Education degree in devel-
    opmental kinesiology in May 2006 from the Division I institution.
         Sefcik spent a year at the University of Detroit Mercy as the assistant director of sports medicine.
    She worked with 16 varsity sports, primarily covering the women’s basketball, cross country, and fenc-
    ing teams.
         During her time at Bowling Green, Sefcik worked extensively with the volleyball and women’s
    basketball teams and assisted with several other teams on campus.




Pronunciation Guide
Ligia Garcia                   Leesha
Carolina Goncalves             Care-o-LEAN-a Gone-SOLVE-ace
Britney Jurchenko              Yer-chenk-o
Anesia Benton                  A-knee-sia
Teresa Trucco                  True-co




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                              SUROWICZ AT ASHLAND UNIVERSITY
    Here’s how the Eagles and Connie Surowicz have done the past five seasons against each opponent.
    Opponent                                  W         L             Opponent                                    W      L
    Arkansas Tech                             0         1             Missouri Western                            0      1
    Armstrong Atlantic                        1         0             Mount Vernon Nazarene                       1      0
    Bellarmine                                2         0             North Alabama                               1      1
    California (PA)                           0         1             North Dakota                                1      0
    Clarion                                   1         1             Northern Kentucky                           1      2
    Colorado State-Pueblo                     1         0             Northern Michigan                           3      2
    Dixie State                               1         0             Northwood                                   4      5
    Eastern New Mexico                        1         0             Pittsburg State                             0      1
    Eckerd                                    1         0             Rollins                                     1      0
    Edinboro                                  2         1             Saginaw Valley State                        5      0
    Embry-Riddle                              1         0             Saint Joseph’s                              1      0
    Ferris State                              3         4             Saint Mary’s                                1      0
    Findlay                                   8         4             Shepherd                                    1      0
    Florida Gulf Coast                        0         1             Shippensburg                                1      0
    Fort Lewis                                1         0             SIU-Edwardsville                            1      1
    Gannon                                    8         2             South Dakota                                1      0
    Geneva                                    1         0             Southern Indiana                            0      1
    Georgetown College                        0         1             Tiffin                                      0      1
    Grand Canyon                              1         0             Truman State                                0      1
    Grand Valley State                        1         5             Tusculum                                    1      0
    Harding                                   0         1             Wayne State                                 10     1
    Hillsdale                                 7         6             West Georgia                                1      0
    Indianapolis                              2         0             West Liberty State                          1      0
    Juniata                                   0         2             West Virginia State                         1      0
    Kentucky Wesleyan                         1         0             West Virginia Wesleyan                      1      0
    Lake Superior State                       4         1             Western State                               1      0
    Lewis                                     1         1             Wheeling Jesuit                             3      0
    Lock Haven                                3         0             Wisconsin-Parkside                          1      0
    Mercyhurst                                8         2             Total                                       105    54
    Michigan Tech                             2         3




                                      2008 Ashland University Volleyball Team
           Front Row (left to right): Arian Martin, Andrea Fritz, Carolina Goncalves, Ligia Garcia, Lauren Schweitzer
           Back Row (left to right): Britney Jurchenko, Anesia Benton, Amanda Stefanski, Sophie Paddock, Marina Santos
           Not pictured: Teresa Trucco

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                     2008 ASHLAND UNIVERSITY VOLLEYBALL ROSTERS
                                   2008 Ashland University Numerical Volleyball Roster
NO.        NAME                                  YR                 HT               POS                 Hometown/High School
3          Sophie Paddock                        SO                 6-2              MH                  Girard, OH/Hubbard
4          Britney Jurchenko                     JR                 5-10             OH/MH               Lakewood, OH
5          Andrea Fritz                          FR                 5-9              S                   Norwalk, OH/St. Paul
6          Amanda Stefanski                      JR                 6-2              MH                  Independence, OH
7          Anesia Benton                         FR                 6-0              OH                  Lima, OH/Lima Senior
8          Lauren Schweitzer                     SO                 5-6              S/DS                Dublin, OH/Bishop Watterson
10         Ligia Garcia                          JR                 5-8              OH                  San Paula, Brazil/Ibjetivo-Valinhos
12         Marina Santos                         JR                 5-9              OH                  San Paula, Brazil/Copley
14         Teresa Trucco                         FR                 5-9              OH                  Columbus, OH/Bishop Hartley
15         Carolina Goncalves                    JR                 5-9              OH/DS               Sao Paolo, Brazil/Colegio Porto
18         Arian Martin                          FR                 5-7              DS                  Independence, OH


                                  2008 Ashland University Alphabetical Volleyball Roster
NO.        NAME                                  YR                 HT               POS                 Hometown/High School
7          Anesia Benton                         FR                 6-0              OH                  Lima, OH/Lima Senior
5          Andrea Fritz                          FR                 5-9              S                   Norwalk, OH/St. Paul
10         Ligia Garcia                          JR                 5-8              OH                  San Paula, Brazil/Ibjetivo-Valinhos
15         Carolina Goncalves                    JR                 5-9              OH/DS               Sao Paolo, Brazil/Colegio Porto
4          Britney Jurchenko                     JR                 5-10             OH/MH               Lakewood, OH
18         Arian Martin                          FR                 5-7              DS                  Independence, OH
3          Sophie Paddock                        SO                 6-2              MH                  Girard, OH/Hubbard
12         Marina Santos                         JR                 5-9              OH                  San Paula, Brazil/Copley
8          Lauren Schweitzer                     SO                 5-6              S/DS                Dublin, OH/Bishop Watterson
6          Amanda Stefanski                      JR                 6-2              MH                  Independence, OH
14         Teresa Trucco                         FR                 5-9              OH                  Columbus, OH/Bishop Hartley



    Class Breakdown                                                        Geographic Breakdown
    Seniors (0)                                                            Brazil (3): Ligia Garcia, Carolina Goncalves, Marina Santos
    Juniors (5): Ligia Garcia, Carolina Goncalves, Britney Jurch-          Ohio (8): Anesia Benton, Andrea Fritz, Britney Jurchenko,
                 enko, Marina Santos, Amanda Stefanski                               Arian Martin, Sophie Paddock, Lauren Schweitzer,
                                                                                     Amanda Stefanski, Teresa Trucco
    Sophomores (2): Sophie Paddock, Lauren Schweitzer
    Freshmen (4): Anesia Benton, Andrea Fritz, Arian Martin,
                  Teresa Trucco


    Height Breakdown                                                       Position Breakdown
    5-6 (1): Lauren Schweitzer                                             Defensive Specialists (1): Arian Martin
    5-7 (1): Arian Martin                                                  Middle Hitters (3): Britney Jurchenko, Sophie Paddock,
    5-8 (1): Ligia Garcia                                                                      Amanda Stefanski

    5-9 (4): Andrea Fritz, Carolina Goncalves, Marina Santos,              Outside Hitters (5): Anesia Benton, Ligia Garcia, Carolina
             Teresa Trucco                                                                      Goncalves, Marina Santos, Teresa Trucco

    5-10 (1): Britney Jurchenko                                            Setters (2): Andrea Fritz, Lauren Schweitzer

    6-0 (1): Anesia Benton
    6-2 (2): Sophie Paddock, Amanda Stefanski


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                       2008 ASHLAND UNIVERSITY SEASON PREVIEW
      In the 1800s, France relied on the musketeers to provide         American setter,” said Surowicz. “It will just be a matter of time
the protection they needed. Likewise, the Ashland University           before trust comes into play and learning the offense.”
volleyball team will rely on their musketeers. Like the famous               Learning and trusting will be the key as four freshmen add
novel, Ashland looks to three of its players to be the leaders of      to the team this year to go with two sophomores and five juniors.
the team and be their three musketeers. The three players lead-        An important note is that with no seniors this season, AU can
ing the charge are juniors Amanda Stefanski, Britney Jurchenko,        build upon any success this season into next year without the fear
and Marina Santos. The three will be looked upon as leaders to         of losing players to graduation.
provide the needed spark to win matches.                                     Ashland will search to find a fourth and fifth option to go
      “Overall leadership-wise this might be the best we’ve ever       with their strong junior class. Sophomores Sophie Paddock and
had,” said coach Connie Surowicz. “With our juniors they under-        Lauren Schweitzer might be two that step into those roles. Both
stand what is needed to do to win.”                                    saw extensive playing time last season, Paddock in the front row
      Middle hitter Stefanski will anchor the middle of the front      and Schweitzer in the back.
line. Stefanski (a second-team All-GLIAC member last year and                 AU will have to overcome a tough schedule to earn another
Daktronics second-team All-Region member) led the team in hit-         trip to the NCAA tournament. The Eagles don’t play their first
ting percentage last year and was third in the GLIAC.                  home match until Sept. 26th. Their first 12 matches of the season
      A second Eagle relied upon to carry the load will be outside     will be on the road including a trip to Florida and Alaska, but
hitter Jurchenko. Jurchenko (an honorable mention All-GLIAC            Surowicz sees it as a blessing in disguise.
member last season) attempts to take over some of the hitting                “I’ve always told our kids you win championships on the
load. With Jurchenko, Santos rounds out the three juniors. San-        road,” said Surowicz. “We have to teach the players that and have
tos, also an outside hitter, tries to take over the digs and passing   that as their mindset that winning on the road is important.”
for the Eagle squad.                                                         Last season, AU played 8-1 on the road and 5-3 on neutral
      After a fourth straight trip to the NCAA Division II regional    sites for an overall record away from home at 13-4. Normally,
tournament the Eagles look to continue the tradition of win-           that would seem like a very good mark, but at Ashland more is
ning. AU finished 26-6 last season, including a 14-3 mark in the       always expected and the team will look to perform better away
GLIAC. The Eagles lost in the first round of the regional tourna-      from home this season.
ment in a heartbreaking five-set match against Lewis.                        The goals are simple for the Eagles this season; win and keep
      Not only did the Eagles lose that match, but with it saw the     winning. Surowicz doesn’t allow her teams to fall back on easy
departure of their two most accomplished players – seniors Mary        goals.
Kate Glowe (a three-time first team All-GLIAC and AVCA third                 “Every season is the same, we want to win it all,” said
team All-America in 2006) and Lynsey Warren (a three-time All-         Surowicz.
GLIAC member and AVCA third team All-America in 2007).                       Surowicz’s record backs that up as her mindset has given
Glowe had the main responsibility of digging the balls out and         the teams she’s coached in her 16-year career a 388-183 record,
passing to the setter before also being relied upon as the main at-    along with 11 NCAA playoff berths and two NCAA Elite Eight
tacker. Warren was the setter for the Eagles the past four seasons     appearances.
and will be missed.                                                          Look for the Eagles and their three musketeers to lead the
      “It takes time to adjust from a change over from an All-         way to more accomplishments and awards.




                                 2008 PRESEASON GLIAC VOLLEYBALL COACHES’ POLL
      North Division                                                         South Division
      School (first-place votes)                      Points                 School (first-place votes)                     Points
      1.  Grand Valley State (4)                      24                     1.  Hillsdale (3)                              23
      2.  Northern Michigan (2)                       18                     2.  Ashland (3)                                22
      3.  Ferris State                                16                     3.  Northwood                                  17
          Michigan Tech                               16                     4.  Findlay                                    13
      4.  Saginaw Valley State                        11                     5.  Wayne State                                10
      6.  Lake Superior State                         5                      6.  Tiffin                                     5




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                    2008 VETERAN PROFILES
           Ligia Garcia
           JR • 5-8 • OH
           San Paula, Brazil/Ibjetivo-Valinhos

           2007: Garcia played in eight games as she was used spar-
           ingly during her sophomore season…recorded her first
           collegiate service ace against Bellarmine on Sept. 8…
           recorded her first collegiate dig against Kentucky
           Wesleyan on Sept. 7.
           2006: Played in a total of five games in five different
           matches in her inaugural season with the Eagles…


     #10
           recorded her first collegiate kill against Grand Valley
           State on Sept. 16.
           High School: Garcia also competed in basketball and
           handball during her high school career.
           Personal: The daughter of Joao and Norma Garcia, she
           is majoring in international business.

           YR         GP       K     E    TA     PCT      SA     SE       BS   BA   BT   DIGS    ASST
           2006         5      1     0     1     1.000     0      1        0    0    0      0       0
           2007         8      0     0     1     0.000     2      0        0    0    0      2       0
           Totals      13      1     0     2     0.500     2      1        0    0    0      2       0




           Carolina Goncalves
           JR • 5-9 • OH/DS
           Sao Paolo, Brazil/Colegio Porto

           2007: Goncalves provided much-needed depth for AU
           in its run to the NCAA Division II tournament…transi-
           tioned from a frontcourt player to a defensive specialist
           in her sophomore season, which resulted in a decrease in
           statistics, but she provided support for the Eagles…played
           in 15 matches.
           2006: Goncalves saw plenty of time on the floor in her first


     #15
           year for AU, playing in 115 games, which was the fourth
           highest total on the team…used more for her serving abil-
           ity and play in the back row, she totaled 47 service aces,
           third most on the team…her 192 digs were good for fifth
           best…tallied 102 kills, which placed her sixth…posted an
           11-kill, 16-dig performance in a five-game win over Eck-
           erd in the season-opening tournament in Florida…totaled
           a career-high 17 kills and 13 digs against Southern Indiana
           on Sept. 2…named to the Academic All-GLIAC team.
           High School: Goncalves played on the volleyball team at Colegio Porto Seguro in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
           Her team took second place in the city championship during the 2003-04 campaign.
           Personal: The daughter of Jose Carlos G. Goncalves and Claudia Ayres Hernandez, she is a physical
           education major.
           YR         GP      K      E   TA      PCT      SA     SE       BS   BA   BT   DIGS    ASST
           2006       115    102    48   407     .133      47     55       0    5    5     192     12
           2007        21      2     1     7     .143       3      8       0    0    0      10      1
           Totals     136    104    49   414     .133      50     63       0    5    5     202     13


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              2008 VETERAN PROFILES
     Britney Jurchenko
     JR • 5-10 • OH/MH
     Lakewood, OH

     2007: In Jurchenko’s second year playing for the Eagles she earned
     All-GLIAC honorable mention honors…finished fourth on the team in
     kills (263) and fourth on the team in digs (251)…her 23 block solos and
     92 total blocks were good enough for second on the team…she finished
     with 32 service aces for third best on AU…had five matches where she
     recorded 10+ kills and 10+ digs…on Sept. 21 she recorded her colle-
     giate career high for kills in a single match with 17…two times Jurchen-
     ko recorded 4 blocks solo in a game…she was one of five Eagles to play
     in all 111 games…named to the Academic All-GLIAC team.

#4   2006: Benefiting from more playing time toward the end of the sea-
     son, Jurchenko finished fifth on the team in kills (133) and sixth in
     digs (146)…her 12 block solos and 55 total blocks were both good for
     third on AU…had four matches of 10+ kills and four matches of 10+
     digs…her .275 attack percentage was fourth best on the team…she put
     together consecutive matches of 12 kills and 10 digs against Michigan
     Tech and Northern Michigan on Oct. 6-7.
     High School: Jurchenko was the District II Player of the Year and the
     Cleveland Plain Dealer Player of the Year during her senior season.
     She also garnered all-district MVP and all-district first team awards. The most valuable player of the
     Rocky River Invitational Tournament, she was also first team Tri-County, and the Lake Erie League
     Player of the Year during her junior season. Jurchenko led the Rangers to consecutive LEL champi-
     onships and earned three letters. She also earned three letters in basketball, where she was all-district
     honorable mention and the team’s co-MVP.
     Personal: Jurchenko is the daughter of Mike and Nancy Jurchenko and she is majoring in sport
     management.
     YR         GP      K      E    TA      PCT     SA     SE      BS   BA      BT    DIGS    ASST
     2006       110    133    47    313     .275     23     34     12    43      55     146     13
     2007       111    263    82    669     .271     32     50     23    69      92     251     58
     Totals     221    396   129    982     .272     55     84     35   112     147     397     71




     Sophie Paddock
     SO • 6-2 • MH
     Girard, OH/Hubbard

     2007: Paddock proved herself as an effective middle hitter
     in her first year of collegiate volleyball…her .317 hitting
     percentage was good enough for second on the team…her
     21 block solo were good enough for third on the team…
     she finished fifth on the team in kills with 161…she
     recorded double digit kills three times including her
     collegiate career-high of 13 against Tusculum on Aug. 24.


#3
     High School: Paddock is a versatile athlete, totaling 11
     varsity letters in her career. She was a four-year letterwin-
     ner in volleyball and basketball and earned three letters
     in track. Paddock was second-team All-Ohio and first-team all-district and all-conference in 2006. The
     middle hitter was a member of Hubbard’s 2006 sectional championship team and won a district title
     in 2005. Paddock’s coach at Hubbard was Chuck Montgomery.
     Personal: The daughter of Mark and Nancy Paddock, the sophomore is an early childhood education
     major.
     YR         GP      K      E    TA      PCT     SA     SE      BS   BA      BT    DIGS    ASST
     2007        82    161    50    350     .317     0      0      21    63      84     22      14
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                    2008 VETERAN PROFILES
           Marina Santos
           JR • 5-9 • OH • San Paula, Brazil/Copley


           2007: Santos continued to be a consistent force for the
           Eagles once again, playing in all 111 games, she has yet
           to miss a game in her collegiate career…she finished
           third on the team in kills (280) and second in digs (397)…
           her 22 service aces tied for fifth highest on the team…
           she recorded 20+ digs three times, her season-high being
           22 against Grand Valley State on Sept. 29…13 times she
           posted double digit kills, with her season-high of 19 com-
           ing against Hillsdale in the second round of the GLIAC

     #12
           tournament on Nov. 10…named to the Academic All-
           GLIAC team.
           2006: Santos was honored on the All-GLIAC honorable
           mention list after getting progressively better throughout
           the year…she finished second on the team in digs (379)
           and third in kills (283), while finishing tied for fourth with
           39 service aces…one of only two players (along with Mary
           Kate Glowe) to play in all 118 games…recorded a near
           20-20 performance against Lake Superior State on Oct.
           5, with season-high 20 kills and 19 digs…posted double figures in kills in 15 matches…totaled double
           digits in digs 22 times, including a season-best 24 in a win over Mercyhurst on Sept. 23.
           High School: The two-year letterwinner for the Indians, Santos was a first team Suburban League and
           first team all-district performer during her senior campaign. She also earned a varsity letter in track
           and field during her career at Copley.
           Personal: Santos is the daughter of Marcos and Marli Santos. She is an electronic media production
           major.
           YR         GP     K      E TA         PCT      SA    SE        BS   BA    BT    DIGS    ASST
           2006       118   283   165 969        .122      39    54        8    34    42     379     26
           2007       111   280   155 963        .130      22    66        4    22    26     397     25
           Totals     229   563   320 1,932      .126      61   120       12    56    68     776     51




           Lauren Schweitzer
           SO • 5-6 • S/DS
           Dublin, OH/Bishop Watterson
           2007: Seeing increased playing time at the end of the year,
           Schweitzer became a staple in the back row of the Eagle
           defense…she finished fifth in service aces (24) and tied for
           sixth in digs (101)…she recorded her season high in digs
           (10) against Fort Lewis on Aug. 31…she played in 83 of
           the 111 games played.
           High School: Schweitzer was the 2006 district player of
           the year and team captain for her final three seasons. She


     #8
           was a main factor on the 2005 and 2006 district champions
           and Bishop Watterson won the Central Catholic League
           championship during her senior season. Earning letters in
           both volleyball and basketball, the setter was third team
           All-Ohio in 2006. Schweitzer played for Charles Gileich at
           Bishop Watterson.
           Personal: Schweitzer is the daughter of Mark and
           Margaret Schweitzer. She is a fashion merchandising
           major.
           YR         GP      K     E    TA      PCT      SA     SE       BS   BA    BT    DIGS    ASST
           2007        83     0     0     1      .000      24     38       0    0     0      101      5

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              2008 VETERAN PROFILES
     Amanda Stefanski
     JR • 6-2 • MH
     Independence, OH
     2007: Stefanski was honored on the All-GLIAC second-
     team after proving herself as a consistent second option
     for the Eagles…she was also named to the Daktronics
     second-team All-Region…her 332 kills were good for
     second on the team…she led the team with a .348 hit-
     ting percentage and it was good enough for third in the
     GLIAC…she led the team in block solo (45) and total
     blocks (147)…her blocks per game average was 1.32 good
     enough for second in the GLIAC…her six block solo

#6
     against Lock Haven tied the most ever by an Eagle in a
     single match with Stori Love who accomplished the feat
     against Wayne State in 1995…Stefanski also recorded five
     block solo against Wheeling Jesuit, which tied for the third
     highest amount in one match…she recorded a .812 hitting
     percentage against Tusculum, which is the second highest
     total in one match…she recorded double digit kills 17
     times, with her season-high of 16 coming against Findlay
     in the first-round of the GLIAC tournament…Stefanski
     was one of five Eagles to play in all 111 games.
     2006: An unyielding force at the net, Stefanski led Ashland in block solos (27), block assists (73), and
     total blocks (100)…her 100 blocks put her sixth in the GLIAC…she also finished third on the team
     with a .284 attack percentage and fourth with 202 kills, while tallying 124 digs…led AU with 15 kills in
     the loss to North Alabama in the NCAA Championships and totaled a team single-match high of nine
     blocks against Eckerd on Aug. 26.
     High School: While at Independence, Stefanski was first team all-conference and first team all-district
     and voted the Gatorade Player of the Year. The team captain was also voted conference MVP and
     earned three letters. She led the Blue Devils to Chagrin Valley Conference and Metro Division
     championships, while also garnering a sectional championship. Stefanski also lettered three times in
     basketball and twice in softball.
     Personal: The daughter of Ray and Marjorie Stefanski, she is a marketing major.
     YR         GP      K      E TA        PCT      SA     SE       BS   BA    BT    DIGS    ASST
     2006       105    202    73 455       .284      15     23      27    73   100     124      8
     2007       111    332   100 666       .348      11     43      45   102   147     177     30
     Totals     216    534   173 1,121     .322      26     66      72   175   247     301     38




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           2008 NEWCOMER PROFILES
     Anesia Benton
     FR • 6-0 • OH
     Lima, OH/Lima Senior
                                                                                                  #7
     High School: Benton had an extremely productive senior year for the Spartans. She was named the
     District 8 Division I player of the year last season. Benton was two-time, first-team all-district (2006,
     2007). She was also a two-time first team Greater Buckeye Conference selection. Benton also was a
     member of the National Honor Society.
     Personal: Benton is the daughter of Luther Benton and Robin Whiteside. She is a Nursing major.




     Andrea Fritz
     FR • 5-9 • S
     Norwalk, OH/St. Paul
                                                                                                  #5
     High School: Fritz was a four-year letterman at St. Paul and played for a Flyers team that achieved a
     wealth of success during her career. Fritz played for the Division IV state champions in 2006, while
     being state runnerup in 2004 and 2007. A member of four-time Firelands Conference champions, Fritz
     also earned one letter in softball.
     Personal: The daughter of Charles and Suzanne Fritz, Fritz plans on majoring in Pre-Dentistry.




     Arian Martin
     FR • 5-7 • DS
     Independence, OH
                                                                                                 #18
     High School: Martin was a four-year letter winner in both volleyball and track and field at Indepen-
     dence. The three-time first-team Chagrin Valley Conference selection was also named as a first-team
     all-district selection in 2006-07. Martin was also a two-time regional finalist in track and field.
     Personal: The daughter of Raymond and Marian Martin, Martin is an Athletic Training major.




     Teresa Trucco
     FR • 5-9 • OH
     Columbus, OH/Bishop Hartley
                                                                                                 #14
     High School: Trucco earned three letters apiece in both volleyball and track and field at Bishop Hart-
     ley. She notched first-team all-district and third-team all-Ohio honors, as well as being named to the
     Central Catholic League team twice. An Ironwoman in track and field, Trucco was also voted to the
     all-league team.
     Personal: Trucco is the daughter of Michael and Kathy Trucco and she plans on majoring in Exercise
     Science.



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                     ASHLAND UNIVERSITY 2007 VOLLEYBALL REVIEW
              AU Marches to Fourth Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearance
      Another season played, another NCAA Division II regional        30-28. The loss put Ashland back on track as the Eagles won the
tournament appearance. The Ashland University volleyball team         next two games and the match. The victory sent the Eagles to
has become a consistent force in the GLIAC and in the region as       Allendale, MI, to compete in the semifinals of the GLIAC tourna-
a winner. Last season was no different as the Eagles went 26-6        ment. Standing in Ashland’s way to defend its tournament cham-
overall and 14-3 in Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Confer-      pionship was rival Hillsdale. The Chargers still had the Eagles’
ence (GLIAC) play. The team finished second in the GLIAC              number winning the match, 3-1.
South Division behind Hillsdale.                                            Despite the late season losses, AU still qualified for the
      AU started out the season at the North Alabama Invita-          NCAA Division II regional tournament. Ashland’s first-round
tional. After dismantling their first two opponents, the Eagles hit   opponent was 17th-ranked Lewis. The Eagles started out hot win-
their first stumbling block against Northern Kentucky losing, 3-0.    ning the first two games, 30-21 and 30-24. Lewis fought back to
Ashland bounced back with an avenging, 3-1, victory over North        win the next two matches, 30-27 and 30-26. For the third time in
Alabama. UNA knocked the Eagles out of the NCAA Elite                 2007 the Eagles went to a fifth and deciding game. Unfortunately,
Eight in 2006. The win over the Lions started a 12-match winning      the Eagles dropped to 0-3 in five-set matches and lost a heart-
streak for AU. Nine of the 12 matches the Eagles won in sweeps,       breaker to Lewis, 15-10.
3-0.                                                                        Head coach Connie Surowicz received stellar efforts from
      The team headed out to the Fort Lewis Invitational and          two seniors and a trio of sophomores.
easily won all four matches there. Ashland finally returned home            Senior Mary Kate Glowe, an All-GLIAC first team choice,
on Sept. 7 to host the Ashland Invitational. The Eagles swept         provided AU with a phenomenal outside hitting attack. An
all four matches, 3-0. A week later, AU opened up GLIAC play          AVCA all-region first-team choice, an Academic All-GLIAC
beating Gannon, Mercyhurst, and intrastate rival Findlay.             choice, a Daktronics first-team all-region, and honorable men-
      Ashland received its second test of the season traveling        tion All-America, Glowe led Ashland with 521 kills and 518 digs.
to defending GLIAC South Division champion and nationally             Her 4.69 kills per game placed her second in the GLIAC, while
ranked Hillsdale. The two teams split the first four games, leading   her 4.67 digs per game put her sixth in the GLIAC. Her kills-per-
to a deciding fifth game. The Chargers pulled out the win, giving     game total placed her 12th nationally. Glowe totaled 5.19 points
the Eagles their first GLIAC loss and ending their winning streak.    per game, making her the fourth-leading scorer in the GLIAC.
      Ashland didn’t stay down for long, beating its next two         Glowe’s best match was against Findlay on Nov. 7, in the first
GLIAC opponents, before another GLIAC showdown, this time             round of the GLIAC tournament. Glowe finished with 18 kills
at home against 10th-ranked Grand Valley State. Once again,           and 28 digs. She finished her career as the university’s all-time
the two teams split the first four games, setting up a fifth game.    leader in kills (2,136), digs (1,969), and total attacks (6,276). She
Ashland fought hard but again came up short and lost, dropping        also finished fourth all-time in service aces with 212.
the team’s record to 16-3.                                                  Fellow senior Lynsey Warren, named to the All-GLIAC
      The loss must have awakened the Eagles as they ran off nine     first team and an Academic All-GLIAC choice, was the catalyst
victories in a row over GLIAC opponents. The streak led up to         of AU’s offense. An AVCA all-region selection and third-team
a rematch with 13th-ranked Hillsdale, this time the match took        All-America, Warren totaled the second most assists in the
place on AU’s home court. Hillsdale was ready for Ashland as it       GLIAC, finishing with 1,411 assists and was first in assists per
won easily, 3-0. The Eagles didn’t have time to hang their heads      game (12.71). She finished third on the team in digs with 339. Her
for long as they had to compete in the GLIAC tournament.              best performance of the season was against Grand Valley State
      The Eagles’ first-round match was at home against Findlay.      on Sept. 29. Warren finished with 47 assists, 25 digs, 5 kills, and
AU started out early with a 30-26 win, but lost the second game,      2 service aces. Warren finished her career as the university’s all-
                                                                      time leader in assists with 5,610. She also finished third all-time in
                                                                      service aces with 217.
                                                                            While the seniors pointed the Eagles in the right direction,
                                                                      the sophomores provided some spectacular play, especially con-
                                                                      sidering the level of competition Ashland played throughout the
                                                                      season.
                                                                            Sophomore Amanda Stefanski was honored on the All-
                                                                      GLIAC second team after proving herself as a consistent second
                                                                      option for the Eagles. She was also named to the Daktronics
                                                                      second-team All-Region team. Her 332 kills were good for sec-
                                                                      ond on the team. She led the team with a .348 hitting percentage
                                                                      and it was good enough for third in the GLIAC. She led the team
                                                                      in block solo (45) and total blocks (147), and her blocks per game
                                                                      average was 1.32, good enough for second in the GLIAC. She
                                                                      had six block solos against Lock Haven that tied the most ever
                                                                      by an Eagle in a single match with Stori Love, who accomplished
                                                                      the feat against Wayne State in 1995. Stefanski also recorded five
                                                                      block solos against Wheeling Jesuit, which tied for the third high-
                                                                      est amount in one match. She recorded an .812 hitting percentage
                                                                      against Tusculum which is the second highest total in one match.
                                                                      (continued on following page)
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                     ASHLAND UNIVERSITY 2007 VOLLEYBALL REVIEW
She recorded double digit kills 17 times; with her season-high of
16 coming against Findlay in the first-round of the GLIAC tour-
nament. Stefanski was one of five Eagles to play in all 111 games.
      In sophomore Britney Jurchenko’s second year playing for
the Eagles she earned All-GLIAC honorable mention laurels.
She finished fourth on the team in kills (263) and fourth on the
team in digs (251). Her 23 block solos and 92 total blocks were
good enough for second on the team. She finished with 32 service
aces, third on the team and had five matches where she recorded
10+ kills and 10+ digs. One of her better nights was on Sept.
21, where she recorded her collegiate career high for kills in a
single match with 17. She was one of five Eagles to play in all 111
games and was named to the Academic All-GLIAC team.
      Fellow sophomore Marina Santos continued to be a con-
sistent force for the Eagles once again, playing in all 111 games.
She has yet to miss a game in her collegiate career. She finished
third on the team in kills (280) and second in digs (397). Her 22
service aces tied for fifth highest on the team, and she recorded
20+ digs three times, including her season-high being 22 against
Grand Valley State on Sept. 29. 13 times she posted double digit
kills, with her season-high of 19 coming against Hillsdale in the
second round of the GLIAC tournament on Nov. 10. She was
also named to the All-GLIAC Academic Team.
      The Eagles brought their “A” game to every match and de-
spite losing in the first-round of the NCAA tournament, it turned
out to be another successful season for the Eagles.




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                  ASHLAND UNIVERSITY’S FIRM FOUNDATION

   Good football teams are rock solid in the lines. The best baseball teams are at their best up the middle.
Very few basketball teams become successful without a consistent defense.
   No matter the sport, a strong foundation is a must. That is also true of a successful athletic department.
    Ashland University is extremely fortunate to have solid support from the businesses listed on this
page. They provide unyielding support every season, every year. Their contributions help make Ashland
University one of the top NCAA Division II athletic programs in the country. All of us at AU thank them for
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                                        2007 STATS - INDIVIDUAL
                      Ashland University Overall Individual Statistics (All Matches)
     Overall Record: 26-6   Conference Record: 14-3       Home: 13-2        Away: 8-1                                          Neutral: 5-3

                                              [-----------------ATTACK-----------------]           [------SET------]          [-------SERVE-------]
No.    Name                 GP    MP            K    K/Game         E       TA       Pct.           A      A/Game              SA    SA/gm     SE
14     Mary Kate Glowe      111    32          521        4.69    139      1512    0.253            35          0.32            40      0.36   25
 6     Amanda Stefanski     111    32          332        2.99    100       666    0.348            30          0.27            11      0.10   43
12     Marina Santos        111    32          280        2.52    155       963    0.130            25          0.23            22      0.20   66
 4     Britney Jurchenko    111    32          263        2.37     82       669    0.271            58          0.52            32      0.29   50
 3     Sophie Paddock        82    27          161        1.96     50       350    0.317            14          0.17             0      0.00     0
 8     Lynsey Warren        111    32          111        1.00     28       264    0.314          1411         12.71            38      0.34   62
 5     Jeannette Blake       43    17           63        1.47     34       207    0.140             5          0.12             7      0.16   22
15     Carolina Goncalves    21    14            2        0.10      1         7    0.143             1          0.05             3      0.14     8
18     Mallory Dudley        80    28            0        0.00      2         5    -0.400            6          0.08            22      0.28   21
 2     Lauren Bosworth       78    30            0        0.00      0         4    0.000             7          0.09             1      0.01     7
10     Ligia Garcia           8     7            0        0.00      0         1    0.000             0          0.00             2      0.25     0
 7     Lauren Schweitzer     83    25            0        0.00      0         1    0.000             5          0.06            24      0.29   38


Ashland University          111    32         1733       15.61    591      4649    0.246          1597         14.39           202      1.82 342
Opponents                   111    32         1295       11.67    823      4488    0.105          1207         10.87           123      1.11 230


                                                     [-------DIG-------]          [------------------------BLOCKING------------------------]
No.    Name                       GP    RE            Dig     Dig/G                BS       BA      Total       B/Game         BE     BHE
14     Mary Kate Glowe            111    16            518        4.67               3       25           28           0.25      6        0
 6     Amanda Stefanski           111    15            177        1.59              45      102          147           1.32     24        1
12     Marina Santos              111    28            397        3.58               4       22           26           0.23      9        1
 4     Britney Jurchenko          111    13            251        2.26              23       69           92           0.83      2        4
 3     Sophie Paddock              82     2             22        0.27              21       63           84           1.02      5        0
 8     Lynsey Warren              111     0            339        3.05               7       85           92           0.83     14       18
 5     Jeannette Blake             43     0             24        0.56               1       12           13           0.30      0        0
15     Carolina Goncalves          21     0             10        0.48               0        0            0           0.00      0        0
18     Mallory Dudley              80     5            101        1.26               0        0            0           0.00      0        0
 2     Lauren Bosworth             78     5             97        1.24               0        0            0           0.00      0        0
10     Ligia Garcia                 8     0              2        0.25               0        0            0           0.00      0        1
 7     Lauren Schweitzer           83     6            101        1.22               0        0            0           0.00      0        0
Team                               32


Ashland University                111   122          2039        18.37            104       378          293           2.64     60       25
Opponents                         111   202          1988        17.91              56      264          188           1.69     37       38




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                                     2007 STATS - RESULTS/TEAM
Date       Opponent                     Result
Aug. 24    vs. North Dakota+            W, 3-0 (30-22, 35-33, 30-24)
Aug. 24    vs. Tusculum+                W, 3-1 (22-30, 30-22, 30-12, 30-21)
Aug. 25    vs. Northern Kentucky+       L, 0-3 (25-30, 30-32, 25-30)
Aug. 25    vs. North Alabama+           W, 3-1 (30-27, 28-30, 30-23, 30-18)
Aug. 31    vs. CSU-Pueblo@              W, 3-0 (30-23, 30-15, 30-17)
Aug. 31    at Fort Lewis College@       W, 3-1 (27-30, 30-23, 35-33, 30-19)
Sept. 1    vs. Dixie State College@     W, 3-0 (30-17, 30-15, 30-27)
Sept. 1    vs. Eastern New Mexico@      W, 3-0 (30-15, 30-17, 30-16)
Sept. 7    LOCK HAVEN^                  W, 3-0 (30-13, 30-13, 30-17)
Sept. 7    KENTUCKY WESLEYAN^           W, 3-0 (30-15, 30-8, 30-18)
Sept. 8    WHEELING JESUIT^             W, 3-0 (30-13, 30-23, 30-20)                   +-   North Alabama Invitational
Sept. 8    BELLARMINE^                  W, 3-0 (30-23, 30-19, 30-16)                   @-   Fort Lewis Skyhawk Classic
Sept. 14   GANNON*                      W, 3-0 (30-23, 30-22, 30-18)                   ^-   Ashland Invitational
Sept. 15   MERCYHURST*                  W, 3-0 (30-24, 30-23, 30-18)
                                                                                       %-   GLIAC Tournament
Sept. 18   at Findlay*                  W, 3-1 (24-30, 30-22, 30-15, 30-19)
Sept. 21   at Hillsdale*                L, 2-3 (24-30, 30-16, 24-30, 32-30, 9-15)      #-   at Grand Valley State (Allendale, MI)
Sept. 22   at Wayne State*              W, 3-0 (30-18, 30-28, 30-28)                   &-   NCAA Division II Great Lakes
Sept. 28   FERRIS STATE*                W, 3-1 (30-22, 30-27, 26-30, 30-23)                 Regional Tournament at Allendale, MI
Sept. 29   GRAND VALLEY STATE*          L, 2-3 (30-19, 27-30, 19-30, 30-25, 13-15)      * - GLIAC Matches
Oct. 5     at Northwood*                W, 3-0 (30-25, 30-22, 30-20)
                                                                                       HOME MATCHES IN ALL CAPS
Oct. 6     at Saginaw Valley State*     W, 3-0 (30-25, 30-13, 30-21)
Oct. 13    LAKE SUPERIOR STATE*         W, 3-0 (30-17, 30-23, 30-18)
Oct. 13    NORTHERN MICHIGAN*           W, 3-1 (30-21, 30-20, 24-30, 30-25)            Overall: 26-6
Oct. 14    MICHIGAN TECH*               W, 3-0 (30-21, 30-15, 30-24)                   Conference: 14-3
Oct. 19    at Gannon*                   W, 3-0 (30-22, 30-15, 30-23)                   Non-Conference: 12-3
Oct. 20    at Mercyhurst*               W, 3-0 (30-22, 30-21, 30-15)                   Home: 13-2
Oct. 26    FINDLAY*                     W, 3-1 (29-31, 30-16, 30-24, 30-21)            Away: 8-1
Nov. 2     WAYNE STATE*                 W, 3-0 (30-23, 30-21, 30-13)                   Neutral: 5-3
Nov. 3     HILLSDALE*                   L, 0-3 (26-30, 19-30, 26-30)                   3 games: 18-2
Nov. 7     FINDLAY%                     W, 3-1 (30-26, 28-30, 30-15, 30-25)            4 games: 8-1
Nov. 10    vs. Hillsdale%#              L, 1-3 (24-30, 25-30, 30-24, 19-30)
                                                                                       5 games: 0-3
Nov. 15    vs. Lewis&                   L, 2-3 (30-21, 30-24, 27-30, 26-30, 10-15)




                                            TEAM STATISTICS
                          Ashland     Opponent               BLOCKING                      Ashland      Opponent
     ATTACK                                                     Block Solo                     104            56
        Kills                1733         1295                  Block Assist                   378           264
        Errors                 591          823                 Total Blocks                 293.0         188.0
        Total Attacks        4649         4488                  Blocks Per Game                 2.6           1.7
        Attack Pct.           .246         .105                 Block Errors                     60            37
        Kills/Game            15.6         11.7
                                                             BALL HANDLING ERRORS
     SET                                                                         25                               38
        Assists              1597         1207
        Assists/Game          14.4         10.9              MATCH WINS BY # OF GAMES
                                                                                  3   4                     5      TOTAL
     SERVE                                                     Ashland           18   8                     0          26
        Aces                  202          123                 Opponents          2   1                     3           6
        Errors                342          230
        Aces/Game              1.8          1.1              GAMES WON BY GAME
                                                                            1   2                      3     4         5    TOTAL
     SERVE RECEPTIONS                                          Ashland     24  26                     25    10         0        85
        Errors                122          202                 Opponents    8   6                      7     2         3        26
        Errors/Game            1.1          1.8
                                                             POINTS BY GAME
     DEFENSE                                                                           1       2        3     4         5   TOTAL
        Digs                 2039         1988                    Ashland            921     942      926   347        32     3168
        Digs/Game             18.4         17.9                   Opponents          738     698      709   286        45     2476

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              GREAT LAKES INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
                                            The Great Lakes      June 30, 2000 Westminster left the conference as it changed
                                       Intercollegiate Ath-      its affiliation to NCAA Division III.
                                       letic Conference               The conference roster takes on a new look again in
                                       (GLIAC) was founded       2008-2009. Tiffin joins the league this year and will compete
                                       in 1972. During the two   in 18 of the league’s championships. Gannon and Mercy-
                                       years previous to the     hurst have left the GLIAC and joined the Pennsylvania
GLIAC’s founding, several attempts were made to create           Conference.
a new NCAA College Division conference. In 1971, the                  The GLIAC expanded again when Tiffin University
Great Lakes Athletic Conference was formed, but plans            joins the conference in 2008-09. Tiffin was offered
for the new conference were put on hold and several of the       membership on June 20, 2007, and will compete in 18
participating schools subsequently withdrew their support.       of the league’s championships.
     However, the idea for a new conference did not die,              Overall the GLIAC conducts championships in 21
and since 1972-73 the GLIAC has been a leader in the             sports, 11 for men and 10 for women. The policy-making
advancement and promotion of intercollegiate athletics for       body of the GLIAC is the Executive Council, which is com-
men and women.                                                   prised of three representatives from each member institu-
     The charter members of the GLIAC were Ferris State          tion – its director of athletics, faculty athletics representa-
University, Grand Valley State University, Lake Superior         tive and senior woman administrator. Final approval of
State University, Northwood University, and Saginaw Val-         all amendments to the GLIAC constitution and by-laws is
ley State University.                                            required by the Council of GLIAC Presidents.
     Expansion of the GLIAC began immediately with the                As GLIAC commissioner, Tom Brown is responsible
addition of Oakland University in 1974. Hillsdale College        for all conference administration. He is beginning his 17th
and Northern Michigan University were accepted as mem-           season as the conference’s fifth commissioner.
bers in 1975, while Wayne State University joined in 1976.            Assisting Brown are: Jeff Ligney, Director of Media
In 1977, the conference lost its first member when North-        Relations; Denise Gross, Assistant to the Commissioner;
ern Michigan withdrew. Michigan Tech University filled the       Phil Barnes, Supervisor of Football Officials; John Kirk,
vacancy when it became a member in 1980.                         Supervisor of Basketball Officials; and Jeanne Skinner,
     After the 1986-87 season, Northwood left the confer-        Supervisor of Volleyball Officials.
ence and was replaced by Northern Michigan. Northwood
rejoined the conference in 1992.
     After the 1989 season, the conference dropped foot-
ball as a sponsored sport. The conference schools sponsor-
ing football joined the members of the Heartland Col-                            The GLIAC
legiate Conference in forming the football-only Midwest
Intercollegiate Football Conference (MIFC), which began
                                                                               Commissioners
play in 1990.
     After nine years of existence as one of the premier             John Hoekje 1971-72 to 1978-79
conferences in Division II football, the MIFC merged as
part of GLIAC on July 1, 1999. With the merger, the Uni-
                                                                     Herbert “Pete” Peterson 1979-80 to 1984-85
versity of Indianapolis became an associate member as a              Tom Donahue 1985-86 to 1986-87
football-only school.
     The GLIAC entered a new era in the 1995-96 school               Vern Norris 1987-88 to 1991-92
year. Prior to 1995-96, all member institutions of the               Tom Brown 1992-93 to current
GLIAC were located in the state of Michigan. On De-
cember 14, 1994, membership was offered to three schools
located in Ohio and Pennsylvania. The expansion members
were Ashland University of Ashland, Ohio, and Gannon
University and Mercyhurst College, both located in Erie,
Pennsylvania. All three schools began their membership
July 1, 1995.
     On July 1, 1997, membership was granted to The Uni-
versity of Findlay, located in Findlay, Ohio. UF replaced
Oakland University, which withdrew from the conference
after the 1996-97 season as it moved to NCAA Division I
status.
     Westminster College, located in New Wilmington,
Pennsylvania, became the 14th member of the GLIAC
when it accepted its expansion offer in May of 1997. On
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                    GREAT LAKES INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Institution ...................................................................Location
Ashland University....................................................Ashland, OH
Ferris State University ..............................................Big Rapids, MI
University of Findlay .................................................Findlay, OH
Grand Valley State University .................................Allendale, MI
Hillsdale College........................................................Hillsdale, MI
University of Indianapolis$ ......................................Indianapolis, IN
Lake Superior State University* .............................Sault Ste. Marie, MI
Michigan Technological University .........................Houghton, MI                       Tom Brown
Northern Michigan University .................................Marquette, MI               GLIAC Commissioner

Northwood University ..............................................Midland, MI
Saginaw Valley State University ..............................University Center, MI
Tiffin University .........................................................Tiffin, OH
Wayne State University.............................................Detroit, MI

*- Lake Superior State does not compete in GLIAC football
$- Indianapolis is an associate league member, competing in football and swimming




                                                                                             Jeff Ligney
                                                                                             Director of
                                                                                            Media Relations




Commissioner                                                Director of Media Relations
Tom Brown                                                   Jeff Ligney
1110 Washington Avenue                                      1110 Washington Avenue
Bay City, MI, 48708                                         Bay City, MI, 48708
Office: 989-894-2529                                        Office: 989-894-2529
Home: 989-697-3823                                          Home:989-832-1634
FAX: 989-894-2825                                           FAX: 989-894-2825
Email: tomjb@gliac.org                                      Email: jligney@gliac.org



Assistant to the Commissioner
Denise Gross
1110 Washington Avenue
Bay City, MI 48708
Office: 989-894-2529
Fax: 989-894-2825
Email: denise@gliac.org



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                                    GLIAC STANDINGS/AWARD WINNERS
2007 GLIAC Volleyball Standings
North Division                                                         South Division
Team                         GLIAC       Pct.   Overall   Pct.         Team                     GLIAC      Pct.   Overall   Pct.
Grand Valley State - #5        17-1      .944     33-4    .892         Hillsdale - #16            15-2     .882     26-8    .765
Northern Michigan              13-5      .722    20-12    .625         Ashland - #19              14-3     .824     26-6    .813
Ferris State                   12-6      .667    20-10    .667         Findlay                     8-9     .471    19-14    .576
Saginaw Valley State            9-9      .500    20-12    .625         Wayne State                5-12     .294    10-15    .400
Michigan Tech                  7-11      .389     9-17    .346         Mercyhurst                 4-13     .235    18-14    .563
Northwood                      6-12      .333    18-12    .600         Gannon                     1-16     .059     6-20    .231
Lake Superior State            3-15      .167     8-22    .267

Grand Valley State won the 2007 GLIAC Tournament                       Player of the Year: Melissa Bartlett – Hillsdale
Grand Valley State won the 2007 Great Lakes Regional                   Libero of the Year: Allyson Riley – Grand Valley State
        Tournament                                                     Freshman of the Year: Rebeccah Rapin – Grand Valley State
                                                                       Coach of the Year: Will Stanton – Saginaw Valley State
All-GLIAC First Team
Name                             School                    Year     Position     Hometown
Danielle Alexander               Grand Valley State        JR       RS           Newport, MI
Melissa Bartlett                 Hillsdale                 SR       OH           Chatham, ONT
Stephanie Booms                  Hillsdale                 JR       S            Marysville, MI
Mary Kate Glowe                  Ashland                   SR       OH           Avon Lake, OH
Brittany McGowan                 Northern Michigan         SR       S            Naperville, IL
Alyson Riley                     Grand Valley State        SR       LIB          Battle Creek, MI
Lana Sorokina                    Northwood                 SR       OH           Zakumuiza, Latvia
Lindsay Tye                      Ferris State              SR       OH           Gregory, MI
Caryn VanBeckum                  Northern Michigan         JR       MH           DePere, WI
Erica Vandekopple                Grand Valley State        SR       MB           Pellston, MI
Lynsey Warren                    Ashland                   SR       S            Worthington, OH
Kelsey Wesaw                     Findlay                   JR       OPP          Lansing, MI

All-GLIAC Second Team
Name                             School                    Year     Position     Hometown
Veronica Armstrong               Michigan Tech             JR       OH           Battle Creek, MI
Jamie Ashmore                    Grand Valley State        JR       S            LaPorte, IN
Myassa Bazzi                     Wayne State               JR       LIB          Dearborn, MI
Mallory Fleming                  Findlay                   SR       OH           Gibsonburg, OH
Kristy Gilchrist                 Ferris State              SO       MH           Macomb, MI
Amy Howard                       Saginaw Valley State      SR       S            Cass City, MI
Megan Howard                     Hillsdale                 SR       LIB          Adrian, MI
Jennifer Jung                    Michigan Tech             JR       MH           Andover, MN
Jamie Palazzolo                  Ferris State              SR       LIB             Emmett, MI
Sarah Redoute                    Saginaw Valley State      JR       OH           Clinton Twp., MI
Kitt Smith                       Hillsdale                 SO       OH           Colorado Springs, CO
Amanda Stefanski                 Ashland                   SO       MH           Independence, OH

All-GLIAC Honorable Mention                                                                             Beth Dangel
Name                             School                    Year     Position     Hometown
Kendall Ashworth                 Mercyhurst                FR       LIB          Gibsonia, PA
Lauren Chapman                   Northwood                 FR       S            Bascom, OH
Kim Gear                         Wayne State               JR       MB           Watervliet, MI
Jamie Groos                      Lake Superior State       SR       OH           Escanaba, MI
Britney Jurchenko                Ashland                   SO       MH           Lakewood, OH
Jamie Murray                     Hillsdale                 FR       DS/S         Howell, MI
Courtney Niemeyer                Findlay                   FR       MH           Lima, OH
Lauren Reber                     Grand Valley State        JR       OH           Flint, MI
Andrea Rich                      Ferris State              JR       MB           New Baltimore, MI
Carmen Schacher                  Saginaw Valley State      JR       LIB          Flint, MI
Kelsey Skoog                     Michigan Tech             JR       LIB          Long Lake, MN
Ashley Tubbs                     Gannon                    JR       MB           Meadville, PA
Breanne Zaremba                  Northern Michigan         JR       OH           Milwaukee, WI

GLIAC All-Academic Team
Name                      Year     Major                  Hometown/High School
Mary Kate Glowe           SR       Sport Management       Avon Lake, OH/Magnificat
Britney Jurchenko         SO       Sport Management       Lakewood, OH
Marina Santos             SO       Electronic Media       San Paula, Brazil/Copley
Lynsey Warren             SR       Business               Worthington, OH/Bishop Watterson
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                                 AU VOLLEYBALL AWARD WINNERS
Ashland’s GLIAC History                                         Ashland in the GLIAC Tournament
Year    Overall Record      GLIAC Record/Finish                 1996 – Lost, 1-3 to Michigan Tech (17-15, 7-15, 2-15, 8-15)
1995    17-14               7-11/T8th
                                                                1997 – Lost, 0-3 to Northwood (12-15, 14-16, 6-15)
1996    14-22               7-10/3rd South Division
1997    16-18               9-8/3rd South Division              2004 – Won, 3-2 vs. Northwood (30-24, 25-30, 26-30, 30-23, 15-9)
1998    12-19               6-13/4th South Division                    Lost, 3-1 to Ferris State (21-30, 28-30, 30-23, 29-31)
1999    19-15               4-15/5th South Division             2005 – Won, 3-0 vs. Wayne State (30-23, 30-24, 30-22)
2000    9-22                3-14/5th South Division
                                                                       Lost, 3-1 vs. Northwood (30-27, 25-30, 27-30, 20-30)
2001    8-23                1-16/6th South Division
2002    14-18               3-14/T4th South Division            2006 – Won, 3-0 vs. Findlay (30-18, 32-30, 30-21)
2003    7-22                3-14/6th South Division                    Won, 3-0 vs. Hillsdale (30-28, 30-24, 30-28)
2004    26-6                14-3/1st South Division                    Won, 3-1 vs. Grand Valley State (30-26, 32-30, 18-30, 30-17)
2005    23-10               13-4/1st South Division
                                                                2007 – Won, 3-1 vs. Findlay (30-26, 28-30, 30-15, 30-25)
2006    23-10               11-6/3rd South Division
2007    26-6                14-3/2nd South Division                    Lost, 3-1 vs. Hillsdale (24-30, 25-30, 30-24, 19-30)


All-GLIAC First Team              Academic All-GLIAC          AVCA All-Great Lakes               GLVC Player of the Year
2007 – Mary Kate Glowe, OH        2007 – Mary Kate Glowe,     Region                             1991 – Bobbi Pugh, OH
       Lynsey Warren, S                  Britney Jurchenko    2007 – Mary Kate Glowe, OH         1990 – Bobbi Pugh, OH
2006 – Mary Kate Glowe, OH               Marina Santos               Lynsey Warren, S
2005 – Mary Kate Glowe, OH               Lynsey Warren        2006 – Beth Dangel, OH             GLVC Coach of the Year
       Lynsey Warren, S           2006 – Beth Dangel          Mary Kate Glowe, OH                1993 – Sue Martensen
2004 – Carrie Ritchie, OH                Carolina Goncalves   Lynsey Warren, S                   1990 – Sue Martensen
       Lynsey Warren, S                  Lynsey Warren        2005 – Mary Kate Glowe, OH
2003 – Carrie Ritchie, OH         2005 – Natalie Kapteyn      2004 – Carrie Ritchie, OH          All-GLVC First Team
1998 – Jennifer Bartlett, S       2004 – Beth Dangel          Lynsey Warren, S                   1993 – Tonya Zink, MH
       Suzann Opperman, OH               Jenise Smalley       2003 – Carrie Ritchie, OH          Renee Schumacker, OH
1997 – Brandie Potter, OH         2003 – Jessica Komperda                                        Katrina Kaza, OH
1996 – Brandie Potter, OH                Jenise Smalley       AVCA Regional Freshman of          Katherine Beehler, S
                                  2002 – Justina Fraley       the Year                           1992 – Tonya Zink, MH
All-GLIAC Second Team                    Leigh Greenfelder    2004 – Lynsey Warren, S            1991 – Bobbi Pugh, OH
2007 – Amanda Stefanski, MH              Robyn Kitzler                                           1990 – Bobbi Pugh, OH
2006 – Beth Dangel, OH                   Kristen Luebrecht    AVCA First Team All-
       Lynsey Warren, S                  Becky Myher          America
2005 – Angie Tolland, MH                 Jenise Smalley       2004 – Carrie Ritchie, OH
1999 – Suzann Opperman, OH               Shawndra Thompson    1991 – Bobbi Pugh, OH
1997 – Jennifer Bartlett, S              Lora Wisenbarger
       Stori Love, MH             2001 – Brittany Fout        AVCA Third Team All-
1996 – Stori Love, MH                    Leigh Greenfelder    America
                                         Robyn Kitzler        2007 – Lynsey Warren, S
All-GLIAC Third Team                     Becky Myher          2006 – Mary Kate Glowe, OH
1995 – Renee Schumacker, OH              Julie Southwick
                                         Shawndra Thompson    AVCA Honorable Mention
All-GLIAC Honorable                      Lora Wisenbarger     All-America
Mention                           2000 – Olivia Palmer        2007 – Mary Kate Glowe, OH
2007 – Britney Jurchenko, MH             Shawndra Thompson    2006 – Lynsey Warren, S
2006 – Marina Santos, OH/MH              Lora Wisenbarger     2005 – Mary Kate Glowe, OH
2005 – Natalie Kapteyn, MH        1999 – Jennifer Bartlett    2003 – Carrie Ritchie, OH
2004 – Mary Kate Glowe, OH               Beth Ann McClellan
2003 – Angie Camp, S                     Olivia Palmer        AVCA National Player of the
                                  1995 – Jennifer Hicks       Week
GLIAC Player of the Year                 Kerrie Lehman        2006 – Beth Dangel, OH
2004 – Carrie Ritchie, OH                Stori Love           (November 6)
                                         Mary Beth Ruble
GLIAC Coach of the Year                  Renee Schumacker
2004 – Connie Surowicz                   Nicole Whenall                                           Carrie Ritchie

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                                     ASHLAND UNIVERSITY EAGLER CLUB
                                         Established in 1970, the Ashland University Eagler Club recognizes individuals
                                    and businesses contributing financial support to Ashland’s 20 NCAA II intercollegiate
                                    sports.
                                         Maintaining and enhancing a quality NCAA II athletic program is a challenge to
                                    alumni, parents and friends. The Eagler Club has long provided the “Margin of Excel-
                                    lence” necessary to assure that Ashland University student/athletes have the opportu-
                                    nity to be their very best.
                                         It takes an enormous commitment of time and energy to be an Ashland student/
athlete and the Eagler Club exists to support that commitment. We recognize the following that have supported for the
fiscal year 2007-2008 (July 1, 2007-June 30, 2008):
HALL OF FAME                   William & Diana Etling         Gary W Hackett                 Michael & Yvonne Clemons       John L Vickers
(5000+)                        Gary & Sharon Fralick          Jamie & Debbie Haycox          Gregg A Cooper                 Evan & Heather Weidenhamer
Amberwood Center Ltd           Alicia M Gaffney               James & Judy Hayes             John Cowgill                   Donald & Leigh Williams
Five Star Premier Properties   Steven W Getgey                Geoff & Josie Henry            Richard Dahn Jr                Williamson Insurance Services
Roger & Debra Lyons            Doug & Suzanne Gilden-         James Herbert                  Randy Day                      Keith & Karen Witterstaetter
Tom Zappone                       meister                     Jim Herbert                    Joseph & Patricia Denbow       Susan Wright
                               James & Barbara Glanzman       Rodney W Hill                  Cecelia Donovan                Kenneth & Diana Youngman
ALL –AMERICANS                 Jerry & Dee Hendrix            Home Hardware                  Donald & Bonnie Drebus         Andrew & Suzanne Zulauf
($1000-$4999)                  HST Services LLC               M Richard Holsinger            Anthony & Patricia Duszynski   Catherine Zulauf
Gary & Barbara Becker          Glen A Hursey                  Mary A Hunley                  James & Rebecca Elliott        James R Zulauf
William & Martha Bucking-      Irc Holdings                   Carrie James                   Andrew & Krista Etzler
   ham                         J M Smucker Company            Ruby S Johns                   James & Kathleen Gangi         SUPER SUBS
Mark & Barbara Camp            William & Theresa Kasper       Michael L Kaido                Derrick Gingerich              ($10 - $49)
Jeffrey J David                William & Antoinette Kirsten   Nicholas R Kasper              David & Louise Gopperton       Suzann Alt
John & Donna Flora             Stephen & Lisa Komara          Adam M Kaufman                 Donald & Maureen Greene        Don & Jan Biasella
Florida Southern College       Terry A Kozma                  Robert & Denise Kelley Jr      Gweynn M Hampel                Kenneth & Diane Burney
Dean A Freytag                 William & Pamela Lenart        Keystone Athletic Team Sup-    Steven & Sheila Hirsch         Jack & Susan Foltz
Sheilah L Gulas                Anna W Liston                     porters                     Curtis & Debbie Ickes          Linda J Halasz
Sherrill & Mary Ann Hudson     Thomas & Beverly Lingen-       Giles L Krueger                Roger & Pamela Jenney          Joe & Carol Heyne
Richard & Loretta Jirsa           felter                      Donnie C Kuba Jr               Casey W Jirsa                  Kenneth & Jeanne Hotchkiss
Peter & Kris Lothes            John L Nethers                 Dave Leffew                    Joseph & Jane Kacsandi Jr      Stephen & Patricia Krispinsky
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Peter & Kris Moody             Jeff & Sheri Petkac            Justin P Lukes                 Raymond & Sandra Kowatch       David Malfara
Larry & Diane Moretz           David Pfefferle                Robert & Janice Martin            III                         Brent & Leigh-Ann May
William & Robin Muller III     William C Pohlman Sr           Roger & Janice McFrederick     Larry & Carole Kuns            Blair & Jennifer McGaughey
Lee & Dianne Owens             Reman Center Inc               Daniel & Deborah McGinnis      David H Laird                  Floyetta Metzger
Publix Super Markets Chari-    Christopher A Robertson        Benjamin K Minard              Kyle & Marlene Lepley          Jesse J Michel
   ties Inc                    Mary T Sanders                 David & Rosemary Nelson        Ken & Suzanne Levering         Emil & Edith Moeller Jr
Harold & Jean Stahl            Bernard Sargent                Gary & Crissie Nicholson       Jeffrey Loughman               Peter & Lisa Moore
Robert & Melinda Ward II       John & Rebecca Schaly          Andrew R Niederst              Mario & Cynthia Macioce        Richard & Lunn Norton
Lucille H Yungen               Robert & Joyce Stokes          Painesville Dental Group Inc   Christopher & Donna Malfara    Dale & Nancy Olson
                               Steven & Lori Thomas           Duane & Carol Puthoff          Frederick & Cecilia Mason      Larry Orahood
PURPLE & GOLD                  Laurence & Angela Van Der      Jeffrey & Lynnea Radel         Gerald & Patricia McAleece     Parma Research & Associates
($500 - $999)                     Oord                        Donald & Janet Rinehart        Donald & Jeanne Miller         Kenneth & Karen Pohlman
Amanda E Becker                Frank Weiler                   Cheri L Roe                    Herman & Margaret Minard       Norma R Repp
Big Mountain Organic’s LLC     Robert & Kathleen Wendling     William & Nancy Romine         Ms Pamela N Moores             James & Ethel Schmucker
Daniel G Bogden                                               George & Imogene Russ          Steven & Catherine Morrison    Mark & Margaret Schweitzer
Craig & Jan Brown              CAPTAINS                       Saint Francis University       Ms Judy Morse                  Calvin & Ruth Scott Jr
Paul & Kathy Ditlevson         ($100- $249)                   Suzanne Schaly                 Maxine P Munn                  Kyle & Rebekah Swigart
Donley Dealerships             Terry & Gail Adsit             Richard & Cathy Selgo Jr       The Nationwide Foundation      Richard & Linda Thomas
J Jay & Sheryl Fabian          Martin & Trudy Anderson        Jerry & Robyn Spatny Jr        Mark & Christine Ostapack      Scott & Nancy Thomas
Paul E Graham                  George V Bates                 Donald & Ellen Sprinkle        Rebecca S Parcher              Samuel & Kelly Wheaton
Billy J Gray                   Timothy & Jeanie Borden        Albert & Barbara Stacy         David & Deborah Pentenburg     Lora J Wilder
Barbara L Hendrix              Ferdinand Brandt               Matthew D Stanley              Jack & Margaret Peterson       Shanielle Woodard
Albert L King                  W Randall & Christine Brown    Brian Stertzer                 Thomas & Tara Poorman
James D Lavery                 Buehler Food Markets Inc       Olaf & Marianne Strom          Carl Raines
Jason & Nicole Miller          Paul J Carmany                 Bradley G Thomas               Daniel & Linda Rhodus
James & Myra Minch             Matthew & Lucile Chew          Ralph & Betty Jo Tomassi Jr    Dwight & Pamela Robinson
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George & Ann Pfeiffer          Joseph & Daniel Corsaro        Ronald & Janet Whitehill       Ralph Sabatini                     Mr. Ralph Tomassi ’77
Susan J Ramsey                 George Damyanidis                                             Judith E Schneider             Associate V.P. of Development
Doug & Kim Reiser              Dean & Enola Davidson                                         Harold & Pauline Sowers              301 Founders Hall
Lori M Simonson                N Randolph & Melinda           BOOSTERS                       Robert & Betsy Spaulding             Ashland University
Mark & Joyce Sloan                Fierbaugh                   ($50-$99)                      David & Joanne Stanley               Ashland, OH 44805
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                                                       Built on Tradition... To Provide for the Future


T  hrough the Varsity Walk program, Ashland University
   permanently recognizes athletic letter winners, coaches,
equipment managers, cheerleaders and trainers.
                                                                     bricks of all those men and women who have contributed to
                                                                     the Eagles rich athletic heritage.
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In 2005, the Varsity Walk was relocated in a newly created           brick for you, a teammate or loved one.
green area in front of the new Recreation/Sport Sciences             To date, more than 1,900 bricks have been subscribed in the
Center. The walk circles around Ashland’s largest Eagle, “Old
                                                                     Varsity Walk, generating over $275,000 for the Eagler Endow-
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Abe, who has overlooked the walk since its inception. The
attractively landscaped walk incorporates personally engraved        ment Fund.

                            NEW VARSITY WALK BRICKS FOR 2007-2008
ATHLETIC COMM.                  FOOTBALL                             SWIMMING - MEN’S                    TRACK - MEN’S
Tom Shockney ‘66-‘71             Maurice Crevier ‘72                 Chewy Vogele 2011                   Ken Henry ‘69
   Faculty Rep.                  Jeffrey Gelormini 2008                                                  Daniel Tierney 2008
                                 Jay A. Hoover ‘71                   SWIMMING - WOMEN’S                  Steve Walker ‘73
BASEBALL                                                             Samantha Roll 2011                  Charlie White ‘74
John Riddle ‘95                 GOLF - WOMEN’S                       Ashley Shupe 2008
Fred Williams ‘78               Bridget Slonkosky 2008                                                   VOLLEYBALL
                                Maggie Slonkosky 2007                TENNIS - MEN’S                      Mary Kate Glowe 2008
BASKETBALL - MEN’S                                                   Richard Moore ‘67
Jeff Alix 2001                  SOCCER - MEN’S                       Rick Spreng ‘70
Jay A. Hoover ‘71               John J. Bender ‘87
Tyler Rosenberger 2009          Andrew Cornwell 2008
                                Torrey Walker ‘74

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                                                    RECORDS - INDIVIDUAL
AU Volleyball                                                        AU Volleyball                         AU Volleyball
Single Match Records                                                 Single Season Records                 Career Records
Most Kills                                                           Most Kills                            Most Kills
1. 48 – Carrie Ritchie (5 games vs. Lake Superior State, 2003)       1. 718 – Carrie Ritchie (2003)        1. 2,136 – Mary Kate Glowe (2004-07)
2. 43 – Carrie Ritchie (5 games vs. Gannon, 2003)                    2. 699 – Carrie Ritchie (2004)        2. 1,829 – Bobbi Pugh (1988-91)
3. 39 – Carrie Ritchie (4 games vs. Bellarmine, 2003)                3. 617 – Mary Kate Glowe (2005)       3. 1,431 – Brandie Potter (1995-97)
4. 36 – Carrie Ritchie (5 games vs. Michigan Tech, 2004)             4. 578 – Brandie Potter (1996)        4. 1,417 – Carrie Ritchie (2003-04)
5. 35 – Mary Kate Glowe (4 games vs. Northwood, 2006)                5. 570 – Mary Kate Glowe (2006)       5. 1,379 – Suzann Opperman (1997-00)
   35 – Carrie Ritchie (5 games vs. Hillsdale, 2003)
                                                                     Total Attacks                         Total Attacks
Total Attacks                                                        1. 1,837 – Carrie Ritchie (2003)      1. 6,276 – Mary Kate Glowe (2004-07)
1. 120 – Carrie Ritchie (5 games vs. Gannon, 2003)                   2. 1,802 – Mary Kate Glowe (2005)     2. 3,985 – Brandie Potter (1995-97)
2. 100 – Carrie Ritchie (5 games vs. Lake Superior State, 2003)      3. 1,745 – Carrie Ritchie (2004)      3. 3,802 – Bobbi Pugh (1988-91)
3. 96 – Carrie Ritchie (5 games vs. Michigan Tech, 2004)             4. 1,638 – Mary Kate Glowe (2006)     4. 3,788 – Suzann Opperman (1997-00)
   96 – Carrie Ritchie (5 games vs. Hillsdale, 2003)                 5. 1,594 – Brandie Potter (1996)      5. 3,582 – Carrie Ritchie (2003-04)
5. 95 – Carrie Ritchie (5 games vs. Findlay, 2004)
   95 – Carrie Ritchie (5 games vs. Tiffin, 2003)                    Hitting Percentage                    Hitting Percentage
                                                                     1. .513 – Bobbi Pugh (1991)           1. .385 (1,829-366-3,802) – Bobbi Pugh
Hitting Percentage                                                   2. .429 – Bobbi Pugh (1990)                   (1988-91)
1. .833 – Amber Chafins (3 games vs. Central State, 2002)            3. .441 – Connie Taylor (1988)        2. .350 (481-159-920) – Natalie Kapteyn
2. .812 – Amanda Stefanski (4 games vs. Tusculum, 2007)              4. .401 – Tonya Zink (1993)                   (2004-05)
3. .765 – Natalie Kapteyn (4 games vs. Lake Superior State, 2005)    5. .380 – Natalie Kapteyn (2005)      3. .346 (707-187-1,505) – Tonya Zink
4. .750 – Natalie Kapteyn (3 games vs. West Virginia Wesleyan,                                                     (1992-95)
          2005)                                                      Assists                               4. .322 (534-173-1,124) – Amanda
5. .733 – Mary Kate Glowe (3 games vs. Lock Haven 2007)              1. 1,520 – Lynsey Warren (2004)               Stefanski (2006-present)
   .733 – Natalie Kapteyn (3 games vs. St. Mary’s, 2005)             2. 1,411 – Lynsey Warren (2007)       5. .301 (894-217-2,248) – Stori Love
                                                                     3. 1,393 – Lynsey Warren (2005)               (1994-97)
Assists                                                              4. 1,324 – Jennifer Bartlett (1997)
1. 71 – Lynsey Warren (5 games vs. Edinboro, 2004)                   5. 1,286 – Lynsey Warren (2006)       Assists
   71 – Lynsey Warren (5 games vs. Michigan Tech, 2004)                                                    1. 5,610 – Lynsey Warren (2004-07)
3. 70 – Lauren Clifford (4 games vs. West Virginia State, 2005)      Digs                                  2. 4,868 – Jennifer Bartlett (1996-99)
   70 – Jennifer Bartlett (5 games vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1999)   1. 518 – Mary Kate Glowe (2007)       3. 3,524 – Katherine Beehler (1991-94)
5. 69 – Jennifer Bartlett (5 games vs. Indianapolis, 1999)              518 – Mary Kate Glowe (2005)       4. 1,899 – Becky Myher (2000-02)
                                                                     3. 476 – Mary Kate Glowe (2004)       5. 1,806 – Katrina Kaza (1990-93)
Digs                                                                 4. 463 – Carrie Ritchie (2004)
1. 32 – Mary Kate Glowe (4 games vs. Wayne State, 2005)              5. 457 – Mary Kate Glowe (2006)       Digs
   32 – Brandie Potter (4 games vs. Michigan Tech, 1996)                                                   1. 1,969 – Mary Kate Glowe (2004-07)
3. 30 – Angie Camp (5 games vs. Gannon, 2003)                        Service Aces                          2. 1,355 – Jennifer Bartlett (1996-99)
   30 – Carrie Ritchie (5 games vs. Gannon, 2003)                    1. 104 – Becky Myher (2001)           3. 1,199 – Bobbi Pugh (1988-91)
5. 29 – Mary Kate Glowe (3 games vs. Mercyhurst, 2006)               2. 103 – Cheryl Stanziale (1987)      4. 1,147 – Suzann Opperman (1997-00)
   29 – Mary Kate Glowe (3 games vs. Indianapolis, 2005)             3. 102 – Bobbi Pugh (1989)            5. 1,111 – Brandie Potter (1995-97)
                                                                     4. 88 – Sue Keck (1985)
Service Aces                                                         5. 80 – Kim Jones (1984)              Service Aces
1. 15 – Amber Chafins (3 games vs. Central State, 2002)                                                    1. 245 – Bobbi Pugh (1988-91)
2. 11 – Becky Myher (3 games vs. Limestone, 2001)                    Block Solos                           2. 238 – Renee Schumacker (1992-95)
3. 10 – Jennifer Bartlett (4 games vs. Wheeling Jesuit, 1999)        1. 154 – Bobbi Pugh (1990)            3. 217 – Lynsey Warren (2004-07)
   10 – Lynsey Warren (3 games vs. Shepherd, 2004)                   2. 151 – Bobbi Pugh (1988)            4. 212 – Mary Kate Glowe (2004-07)
5. 9 – Nancy Fry (4 games vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, 1992)               3. 116 – Bobbi Pugh (1989)            5. 185 – Connie Taylor (1985-88)
    9 – Cheryl Stanziale (3 games vs. Clarion, 1987)                 4. 111 – Bobbi Pugh (1991)
                                                                     5. 77 – Maureen McIntyre (1986)       Block Solo
Block Solo                                                                                                 1. 532 – Bobbi Pugh (1988-91)
1. 6 – Amanda Stefanski (3 games vs. Lock Haven, 2007)               Block Assists                         2. 523 – Brandie Potter (1988-91)
   6 – Stori Love (5 games vs. Wayne State, 1995)                    1. 176 – Maureen McIntyre (1988)      3. 137 – Tonya Zink (1992-95)
3. 5 – Amanda Stefanski (3 games vs. Wheeling Jesuit, 2007)          2. 164 – Bobbi Pugh (1988)            4. 136 – Stori Love (1994-97)
   5 – Justina Fraley (4 games vs. Lake Superior State, 2002)        3. 118 – Bobbi Pugh (1989)            5. 133 – Maureen McIntyre (1984-86)
   5 – Jennie Christopher (4 games vs. IPFW, 1994)                   4. 115 – Natalie Kapteyn (2004)
   5 – Jennie Christopher (5 games vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1994)   5. 113 – Natalie Kapteyn (2005)       Block Assists
   5 – Connie Taylor (5 games vs. Gannon, 1987)                                                            1. 478 – Bobbi Pugh (1988-91)
   5 – Angie Riggins (4 games vs. Lake Superior State, 1987)                                               2. 353 – Maureen McIntyre (1984-86)
                                                                                                           3. 287 – Stori Love (1994-97)
Block Assists                                                                                              4. 274 – Sara Yehl (1985-88)
1. 10 – Natalie Kapteyn (4 games vs. Armstrong Atlantic, 2005)                                             5. 236 – Lora Wisenbarger (1999-02)
   10 – Shawndra Thompson (4 games vs. Lake Superior State,
        2002)
3. 9 – Lynsey Warren (4 games vs. Lake Superior State, 2005)
   9 – Natalie Kapteyn (5 games vs. Northwood, 2004)
   9 – Renee Schumacker (4 games vs. Michigan Tech, 1995)




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                                                RECORDS - TEAM
AU Volleyball                                    AU Volleyball
Team Single Game Records                         Team Single Season Records
Most Kills                                       Most Kills           Total Blocks
1. 96 – Indianapolis (Sept. 11, 1999)            1. 1,854 – 2004      1. 545.5 – 1986
2. 86 – Hillsdale (Oct. 15, 1996)                2. 1,796 – 2006      2. 510.5 – 1988
3. 85 – Wayne State (Sept. 20, 1997)             3. 1,753 – 2005      3. 381.5 – 1989
4. 82 – Northern Michigan (Oct. 16, 2004)        4. 1,733 – 2007      4. 361.0 – 1990
5. 81 – Michigan Tech (Oct. 16, 2004)            5. 1,673 – 1984      5. 356.0 – 1984
   81 – Edinboro (Sept. 10, 2004)
                                                 Total Attacks        Most Wins in a Season
                                                 1. 4,967 - 2006      1. 29 – 1991
Total Attacks                                    2. 4,907 – 1996         29 – 1990
1. 262 – Wayne State (Sept. 12, 1995)            3. 4,858 - 2005      3. 27 – 1981
2. 257 – Hillsdale (Nov. 6, 1998)                4. 4,836 – 2004      4. 26 – 2007
3. 237 – Lake Superior State (Oct. 19, 1997)     5. 4,733 – 1998         26 – 2004
4. 231 – Indianapolis (Sept. 11, 1999)                                   26 – 1980              Natalie Kapteyn
5. 229 – Findlay (Oct. 20, 2004)                 Hitting Percentage
   229 – Gannon (Oct. 25, 2002)                  1. .289 – 1991       Most Wins in GLIAC
   229 – Lake Superior State (Oct. 18, 1998)     2. .266 – 1990       1. 14 – 2007
                                                 3. .264 – 1987          14 – 2004
                                                 4. .255 – 1985       3. 13 – 2005
Assists                                          5. .250 – 1984       4. 11 – 2006
1. 81 – Michigan Tech (Oct. 16, 2004)                                 5. 9 – 1997
2 78 – Northern Michigan (Oct. 16, 2004)         Assists
3. 75 – Indianapolis (Sept. 11, 1999)            1. 1,673 – 2004      Most Wins in GLVC
4. 74 – Edinboro (Sept. 10, 2004)                2. 1,645 – 2006      1. 8 – 1993
   74 – Wayne State (Sept. 20, 1997)             3. 1,619 – 2005         8 – 1991
                                                 4. 1,597 – 2007         8 - 1990
                                                 5. 1,446 – 1997      4. 7 – 1994
Digs                                                                     7 – 1989
1. 124 – Hillsdale (Nov. 6, 1998)                Digs
2. 123 – Hillsdale (Oct. 15, 1996)               1. 2,344 – 1984      Most Losses in a Season
3. 115 – Gannon (Oct. 25, 2002)                  2. 2,074 – 1996      1. 23 – 2001
4. 111 – Westminster (Sept. 20, 1998)            3. 2,039 – 2007         23 – 1984
5. 110 – Lake Superior State (Oct. 19, 1997)     4. 2,018 – 2006      3. 22 – 2003
                                                 5. 2,002 – 2005         22 – 2000
                                                                         22 – 1996
Service Aces                                     Service Aces            22 – 1992
1. 27 – Central State (Sept. 11, 2002)           1. 395 – 1985
2. 25 – West Virginia State (Sept. 7, 2001)      2. 321 – 1987        Most Losses in GLIAC
3. 24 – Notre Dame College (Sept. 5, 2001)       3. 313 – 2006        1. 16 – 2001               Lynsey Warren
4. 23 – West Virginia Wesleyan (Sept 7, 2002)    4. 302 – 2001        2. 15 – 1999
   23 – Glenville State (Sept. 6, 2002)          5. 287 – 1990        3. 14 – 2003
   23 – Kentucky State (Sept. 12, 1989)                                  14 – 2002
                                                 Block Solos             14 – 2000
                                                 1. 233 – 1988
Blocks                                           2. 227 – 1999        Most Losses in GLVC
1. 29 – Lake Superior State (Oct. 20, 2002)      3. 211 – 1986        1. 6 – 1992
2. 25 – Wayne State (Sept. 12, 1995)             4. 191 – 1989        2. 4 – 1989
3. 22 – Findlay (Oct. 26, 1998)                  5. 182 – 1991        3. 2 – 1994
4.	 20	–	Tiffin	(Oct.	25,	2000)                                       4. 1 – 1993
5. 19 – Fort Lewis College (Aug. 31, 2007)       Block Assists           1 – 1991
    19 – Wayne State (Nov. 8, 2002)              1. 669 – 1986           1 – 1990
                                                 2. 555 – 1988
                                                 3. 458 – 2005
                                                 4. 440 – 2004
                                                 5. 388 – 1984




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                                         ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS
Opponent                Won Lost       Pct.   Opponent                Won Lost        Pct.   Opponent           Won Lost      Pct.
Adrian                       1    0   1.000   Lake Superior State          11    5    .688   UNC Greensboro         1    0   1.000
Akron                        1    1    .500   Lewis                         9    9    .500   USC Spartansburg       0    1    .000
Alaska-Anchorage             0    1    .000   Liberty                       0    1    .000   Villa Maria            1    0   1.000
Alma                         0    2    .000   Limestone                     1    0   1.000   Walsh                  4    7    .364
Arkansas State               0    1    .000   Lincoln Memorial              0    1    .000   Wayne State           16   23    .410
Armstrong Atlantic           1    0   1.000   Lock Haven                    5    4    .555   Washburn               2    0   1.000
Baldwin-Wallace              4    2    .667   Malone                        3    1    .750   West Chester           1    0   1.000
Barry                        1    0   1.000   Marietta                      2    0   1.000   West Georgia           1    0   1.000
Bellarmine                  10    3    .769   Mars Hill                     1    0   1.000   West Liberty State     1    0   1.000
Bentley                      2    0   1.000   Mass.-Lowell                  1    0   1.000   West Virginia State    2    0   1.000
Bloomsburg                   1    0   1.000   Mercyhurst                   25    8    .758   West Virginia Tech.    1    0   1.000
Bluffton                     3    2    .600   Metropolitan State            0    1    .000   West Virginia Wesleyan 2    2    .500
Bowling Green                0    1    .000   Michigan Tech                 2   11    .154   Western Connecticut    1    0   1.000
Bucknell                     1    0   1.000   Millersville                  2    1    .667   Western State College 1     0   1.000
Buffalo                      2    0   1.000   Missouri- St. Louis           1    3    .250   Wheeling Jesuit        5    2    .714
California (PA)              6    3    .666   Missouri Western              0    1    .000   Wilmington             1    1    .500
Capital                      3    0   1.000   Mount Saint Joseph’s          2    2   1.000   Wisconsin-Parkside     2    1    .666
Carlow                       1    0   1.000   Mount Vernon                  3    1    .750   Wittenberg             1    0   1.000
Carson-Newman                2    0   1.000   Muskingum                     4    0   1.000   Wooster                4    2    .667
Case-Western Reserve         1    0   1.000   N.C. Central                  1    0   1.000   Xavier                 1    0   1.000
Cedarville                   2    0   1.000   Newberry                      1    0   1.000   Youngstown State       8    1    .889
Charleston (WV)              0    1    .000   New Haven                     0    1    .000
Clarion                     13    6    .684   New York Tech.                3    0   1.000
Cleveland State              4    4    .500   Norfolk State                 1    0   1.000
Colorado State-Pueblo        1    0   1.000   North Alabama                 1    1    .500
Concordia (NY)               1    0   1.000   North Dakota                  1    0   1.000
Central Oklahoma             0    1    .000   Northern Kentucky             6   12    .333
Central State                5    1    .833   Northern Michigan             3   10    .231
College of Notre Dame        1    0   1.000   Northwood                     6   12    .333
C.W. Post                    2    0   1.000   Nova Southeastern             1    0   1.000
Dayton                       0    1    .000   Oakland                       1   10    .091
Defiance                     1    0   1.000   Ohio Dominican                2    1    .667
Dixie State                  1    0   1.000   Ohio Northern                 3    4    .429
Dowling                      1    0   1.000   Ohio University               1    0   1.000
Eastern New Mexico           1    0   1.000   OSU-Newark                    1    1    .500
Eckerd                       1    0   1.000   Otterbein                     1    0   1.000
Edinboro                     4    3    .571   Pitt-Johnstown                1    0   1.000
Embry-Riddle (AZ)            1    0   1.000   Pittsburg State               0    1    .000
Fairmont State               4    0   1.000   Queens                        1    0   1.000
Ferris State                 4   11    .267   Quincy                        2    0   1.000
Findlay                     15   14    .517   Radford                       1    0   1.000
Florida Atlantic             0    2    .000   Rio Grande                    2    0   1.000
Florida Gulf Coast           0    1    .000   Robert Morris                 1    0   1.000
Florida Southern             0    2    .000   Rollins                       2    0   1.000
Fort Lewis                   1    0   1.000   Saginaw Valley State          7    7    .500
Francis Marion               1    0   1.000   Saint Francis                 1    1    .500
Gannon                      21   18    .538   Saint Leo                     2    0   1.000
Geneva                       1    0   1.000   Saint Joseph’s (IN)          10    6    .625
Georgetown College           0    1    .000   Saint Mary’s                  1    0   1.000
Glenville State              1    0   1.000   Shepherd                      2    0   1.000
Grand Canyon                 1    0   1.000   Shippensburg                  2    1    .667
Grand Valley State           2   15    .118   Sienna Heights                2    1    .667
Harding                      0    1    .000   Sinclair Community College    1    0   1.000
Heidelberg                   2    0   1.000   SIU-Edwardsville              1    4    .200
Hillsdale                   12   17    .414   Slippery Rock                 7    3    .700
Indiana (PA)                 5    0   1.000   Southampton                   1    0   1.000
Indianapolis                15    2    .882   South Dakota                  1    0   1.000
Indiana-Purdue/Fort Wayne    1   18    .053   Southern Indiana              7    4    .636
IUPUI                        0    1    .000   Spring Arbor                  1    0   1.000
John Carroll                 2    0   1.000   SUNY Buffalo                  0    3    .000
Juniata                      0    5    .000   SUNY Stony Brook              1    0   1.000
Kent State                   1    1    .500   Tampa                         1    1    .500   Amanda Stefanski
Kentucky State               5    0   1.000   Texas Women’s University      0    1    .000
Kentucky Wesleyan           10    0   1.000   Thomas More                   1    0   1.000
Kenyon                       2    1    .667   Tiffin                        7    1    .875
Kutztown                     1    0   1.000   Truman State                  0    1    .000
Lakeland C.C.                1    0   1.000   Tusculum                      1    0   1.000
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                                                               YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS
1981                                                           Lewis                 W   18-16, 1-15, 15-12                 Central State          W   15-13, 15-9, 15-11
Malone                      W                                  Gannon                W   15-6, 15-10                        Northern Kentucky      W   15-5, 15-17, 15-8, 9-15, 15-12
Otterbein                   W                                  Saint Joseph’s        W   15-6, 10-15, 15-10                 Slippery Rock          W   15-9, 15-13, 15-5
Mt. Vernon Nazarene         W                                  Clarion               W   15-11, 15-6, 15-12                 Bluffton               L   9-15, 14-16, 7-15
Heidelberg College          W                                  Walsh                 W   15-12, 15-11, 15-4                 Lewis                  L   0-15, 12-15, 12-15
Findlay                     L                                  Wooster               W   15-4, 9-15, 15-5                   Bellarmine             W   15-13, 15-4, 15-12
Sinclair C.C.               W                                  John Carroll          W   15-3, 15-4                         Kenyon                 L   15-9, 15-17, 11-15
Malone                      W                                  Gannon                L   14-16, 14-16, 14-16                Ohio Northern          L   7-15, 12-15
Rio Grande                  W                                  Villa Maria           W   15-0, 15-1                         Mercyhurst             W   15-8, 15-8, 15-11
Bluffton                    W                                  Cleveland State       L   15-4, 14-16, 13-15                 Buffalo                W   15-10, 8-15, 17-15, 15-3
Cedarville                  W                                  Baldwin-Wallace       W   17-15, 15-12                       Oakland                L   3-15, 7-15, 5-15
Case Western Reserve        W                                  Youngstown State      W   15-12, 15-5                        Saint Joseph’s         L   13-15, 14-16, 15-13, 14-16
John Carroll                W                                  Slippery Rock         L   6-15, 6-15, 15-11, 9-15            Bellarmine             W   15-10, 15-10, 12-15, 15-12
OSU-Newark                  W                                  Saint Joseph’s        L   7-15, 15-3, 6-15, 10-15            Indianapolis           W   15-10, 15-5, 14-16, 15-6
Muskingum                   W                                  Lewis                 W   15-5, 15-10, 15-10                 Overall: 25-14
Kenyon                      W                                  Bellarmine            W   15-13, 9-15, 15-9, 15-10
Lakeland C.C.               W                                  Bluffton              L   13-15, 15-4, 12-15, 14-16          1989
Bowling Green               L                                  Muskingum             W   15-9, 15-6, 15-9                   Fairmont State         W   15-7, 15-8, 15-10
Defiance                    W                                  Ohio Northern         L   8-15, 15-11, 11-15                 Hillsdale              W   14-16, 16-14, 15-10, 15-13
Findlay                     W                                  Wooster               W   15-7, 15-5                         Gannon                 L   11-15, 13-15, 15-9, 13-15
Walsh                       W                                  Overall: 19-17                                               Cleveland State        W   3-15, 9-15, 15-5, 15-11, 15-6
Marietta                    W                                                                                               Youngstown State       W   15-5, 15-12, 13-15, 11-15, 15-
Capital                     W                                  1986                                                         12
Cedarville                  W                                  Results Currently Unavailable                                California (PA)        W 15-5, 15-1, 17-15
OSU-Newark                  L                                                                                               St. Francis (PA)       W 16-14, 15-5, 15-8
Wooster                     L
Dayton                      L                                  1987                                                         Concordia (NY)         W 15-11, 15-9, 17-15
                                                               Siena Heights         W   11-5, 15-9, 15-11, 15-7            Clarion                L 12-15, 13-15, 15-7, 8-15
Akron                       L                                                                                               IPFW                   L 10-15, 12-15, 8-15
Cleveland State             L                                  Mount St. Joseph      L   4-15, 6-15, 8-15
                                                               Northwood             L   15-7, 13-15, 9-15, 10-15           Youngstown State       W 6-15, 15-8, 15-4, 4-15, 15-9
Baldwin-Wallace             W                                                                                               SUNY Buffalo           L 5-15, 15-10, 10-15, 11-15
Ohio Northern               L                                  Gannon                L   11-15, 13-15, 10-15, 15-10, 6-15
                                                               Central State         W   15-5, 15-7, 15-2                   Mercyhurst             W 15-10, 11-15, 15-6, 15-8
Ohio Dominican              L                                                                                               Gannon                 L 4-15, 3-15, 7-15
*Scores not available                                          IPFW                  L   8-15, 15-12, 7-15, 8-15
                                                               Kent State            L   8-15, 6-15, 4-15                   Indianapolis           W 15-12, 15-10, 15-13
Overall: 27-15                                                                                                              Kentucky Wesleyan      W 15-13, 15-2, 15-13
                                                               Slippery Rock         W   16-14, 15-6, 15-9
                                                               Capital               W   15-6, 15-6, 15-5                   Gannon                 L 9-15, 15-11, 9-15, 8-15
1984                                                           Clarion               W   17-15, 15-8, 15-9                  SUNY Buffalo           L 8-15, 1-15, 14-16
Siena Heights           W 15-10, 16-14                         Malone                W   15-5,15-7, 15-2                    Lewis                  L 13-15, 15-11, 9-15, 8-15
Alma                    L 13-15, 12-15                         Northern Kentucky     L   10-15, 10-15, 6-15                 Kentucky State         W 18-16, 15-9, 15-8
Adrian                  W 15-11, 15-2                          Bellarmine            L   14-16, 15-11, 15-8, 6-15, 7-15     Bellarmine             W 15-12, 15-13, 14-16, 15-9
Findlay                 W 15-6, 16-14                          Wooster               W   15-5, 15-10, 15-12                 Northern Kentucky      W 2-15, 16-14, 15-5, 15-7
Marietta                W 15-13, 7-15, 16-14                   Western Connecticut   W   15-5, 15-7                         Slippery Rock          L 17-15, 10-15, 14-16, 14-16
Muskingum               W 15-8, 15-6                           Queens                W   15-5, 15-5                         Bluffton               L 5-15, 15-13, 10-15, 13-15
Walsh                   L 15-17, 9-15                          SUNY Stony Brook      W   15-10, 15-7                        Southern Indiana       W 15-6, 8-15, 15-10, 15-11
Bluffton                W 15-12, 11-15, 15-13                  Southampton           W   15-10, 15-7                        Saint Joseph’s         L 14-16, 15-0, 8-15, 10-15
Malone                  L 11-15, 16-14, 0-15                   Liberty               L   15-7, 2-15, 15-17                  Ohio Northern          L 14-16, 10-15, 14-16
Wittenberg              W 15-5, 15-13                          Youngstown State      W   15-13, 12-15, 15-9                 Mercyhurst             W 15-4, 15-2, 15-3
IPFW                    L 8-15, 1-15                           Cleveland State       W   15-13, 15-9                        Indiana (PA)           W 15-5, 16-18, 15-11, 15-1
Oakland                 L 15-6, 5-15, 9-15                     Baldwin-Wallace       L   8-15, 15-9, 5-15                   SUNY Buffalo           L 11-15, 10-15, 15-12, 16-14,
Grand Valley State      L 9-15, 4-15                           Saint Joseph’s        W   10-15, 15-6, 17-15, 12-15, 15-3                             14-16
Northern Michigan       L 10-15, 6-15                          Heidelberg            W   15-10, 15-12, 10-15, 15-5          Central State          W 15-2, 15-6, 15-4
Ohio Dominican          W 15-8, 15-2, 15-4                     Lewis                 L   6-15, 14-16, 2-15                  Lewis                  L 15-12, 15-12, 13-15, 11-15,
Northern Kentucky       L 7-15, 8-15, 10-15                    IPFW                  L   6-15, 14-16, 2-15                  1-15
Texas Women’s           L 14-16, 10-15, 15-6, 6-15             Indianapolis          W   15-1, 15-10, 15-9                  Saint Joseph’s         W 15-4, 11-15, 6-15, 15-6,
IPFW                    L 11-15, 15-13, 11-15, 4-15            Southern Indiana      W   15-2, 14-16, 15-6, 15-4            15-11
Bellarmine              W 15-9, 6-15, 14-16, 15-9, 16-14       Bluffton              W   15-2, 15-5, 15-11                  Overall: 20-14
Walsh                   L 7-15, 14-16, 11-15                   Wilmington            L   16-18, 5-15, 11-15
Gannon                  W 15-5, 15-8                           Kenyon                W   15-9, 15-4                         1990
Carlow                  W 15-1, 15-5                           Ohio Northern         W   15-9, 15-12                        Fairmont State         W   15-6, 15-6, 15-6
California (PA)         W 15-1, 15-4                           Saint Joseph’s        L   10-15, 13-15                       Gannon                 L   13-15, 12-15, 9-15
Clarion                 L 15-9, 6-15, 4-15                     Lake Superior State   L   10-15, 5-15, 14-16                 Youngstown State       L   15-11, 6-15, 13-15, 11-15
Walsh                   L 6-15, 13-15                          Lewis                 L   6-15, 15-7, 4-15, 10-15            Cleveland State        W   15-6, 15-9, 15-7
Wooster                 L 3-15, 15-11, 8-15, 10-15             Central State         L   8-15, 9-15, 12-15                  Clarion                W   15-6, 15-9, 16-14
Wilmington              W 15-10, 15-2                          Overall: 22-15                                               California (PA)        W   15-6, 15-7, 15-6
Northern Michigan       L 10-15, 15-7, 5-15, 8-15                                                                           Buffalo                W   15-8, 15-9, 15-8
Akron                   W 15-13, 12-15, 6-15, 15-8, 15-7
Rio Grande              W Forfeit                              1988                                                         Kutztown               W   15-0, 15-3, 15-4
                                                               Cleveland State       L   2-15, 6-15, 15-10, 7-15            Radford                W   5-15, 15-13, 15-5
Mount St. Joseph        L 15-12, 10-15, 8-15, 16-14, 14-16                                                                  WV Wesleyan            W   15-4, 15-7
Slippery Rock           W 15-10, 15-8, 15-13                   Gannon                L   8-15, 5-15, 5-15
                                                               Ohio University       W   15-11, 15-12, 5-15, 15-11          WV Tech                W   15-0, 15-2
Northern Kentucky       L 15-13, 13-15, 15-10, 10-15, 12-                                                                   Glenville State        W   15-2, 15-3
                          15                                   Cleveland State       L   15-4, 11-15, 14-16
                                                               Baldwin-Wallace       W   7-15, 15-4, 15-4                   Walsh                  W   15-13, 15-7
Bluffton                W 13-15, 15-10, 15-4                                                                                Fairmont State         W   15-12, 15-6
Overall: 19-18                                                 Youngstown State      W   15-8, 15-3
                                                               Kent State            L   9-15, 5-15, 10-15                  Wayne State            L   13-15, 9-15, 11-15
                                                               Xavier                W   15-12, 5-15, 15-9, 16-14           Lewis                  W   18-16, 15-10, 17-15
1985                                                           IPFW                  L   4-15, 10-15, 8-15                  Bellarmine             W   14-16, 15-10, 15-4, 6-15, 15-5
Wayne State             L   7-15, 12-15, 15-12, 1-15           Mercyhurst            W   15-5, 15-5, 15-6                   Northern Kentucky      W   15-5, 15-9, 15-7
Mount St. Joseph        L   15-17, 5-15, 12-15                 Youngstown State      W   10-15, 15-9, 15-13, 8-15, 15-3     Gannon                 L   13-15, 15-13, 9-15, 15-4, 10-15
Thomas More             W   16-14, 6-15, 16-14, 15-1           Clarion               L   14-16, 7-15, 15-7, 15-17           NY Tech                W   15-8, 15-5, 15-9
Siena Heights           L   10-15, 15-13, 8-15, 15-10, 12-15   Indiana (PA)          W   15-10, 15-17, 12-15, 15-11         Bentley                W   15-3, 15-3, 15-9
Baldwin-Wallace         W   8-15, 15-11, 15-9                  Gannon                L   11-15, 10-15, 9-15                 Clarion                W   15-8, 16-18, 15-10, 13-15, 15-8
Walsh                   L   11-15, 8-15                        Saint Joseph’s        L   14-16, 15-10, 9-15, 4-15           UNC Greensboro         W   15-12, 15-12, 4-15, 15-5
Muskingum               W   15-3, 15-3                         Mount St. Joseph      W   15-6, 15-8, 15-10                  Saint Joseph’s         W   15-6, 4-15, 15-3, 15-3
Baldwin-Wallace         L   12-15, 12-15                       Southern Indiana      W   15-8, 15-9, 15-8                   Kentucky Wesleyan      W   15-9, 15-3, 15-3
Oakland                 L   8-15, 7-15, 8-15                   Wooster               W   15-4, 15-6, 15-7                   Southern Indiana       W   16-14, 15-10, 15-8
Lake Superior State     W   15-4, 15-11, 15-7                  Bloomsburg            W   15-4, 15-6, 15-1                   IPFW                   L   2-15, 6-15, 15-8, 15-6, 1-15
Wayne State             L   3-15, 9-15, 15-11, 4-15            Johnstown             W   15-5, 15-8, 15-4                   Central State          W   15-4, 15-7, 15-11
Central State           W   15-2, 14-16, 15-10, 11-15, 15-4    Indiana (PA)          W   15-8, 17-15, 15-8                  Slippery Rock          W   15-10, 15-12, 15-4
IPFW                    L   14-16, 7-15, 11-15                 Indiana (PA)          W   15-1, 15-6, 13-15, 15-6            Kentucky State         W   15-5, 15-2, 15-7
Grand Valley State      L   3-15, 8-15, 8-15                   Ohio Dominican        W   15-6, 15-7, 15-5                   Indianapolis           W   15-9, 15-10, 15-4
Bellarmine              L   14-16, 13-15, 15-7, 15-10, 14-16   Indianapolis          W   4-13, 15-9, 15-3, 15-13            Ohio Northern          W   15-10, 9-15, 15-13, 15-2
Northern Kentucky       L   8-15, 7-15, 6-15                   Kentucky Wesleyan     W   15-6, 15-6, 15-13
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Mercyhurst            W 15-4, 15-6, 15-1                     Slippery Rock          W   11-15, 15-13, 13-15, 15-9, 15-11    1996
Lewis                 W 15-8, 10-15, 15-5, 15-11             Millersville           L   9-15, 12-15, 3-15                   Shippensburg          W   15-2, 15-6, 13-15, 17-15
IPFW                  L 12-15, 0-15, 15-8, 8-15              Gannon                 L   17-15, 10-15, 9-15, 4-15            Lock Haven            L   15-6, 13-15, 7-15, 17-19
Overall: 29-6                                                Kentucky State         W   15-13, 15-1, 15-10                  Juniata               L   5-15, 7-15, 7-15
                                                             Bellarmine             W   15-7, 15-7, 15-6                    Clarion               W   15-10, 13-15, 15-11, 10-15,
1991                                                         Wayne State            L   12-15, 16-14, 15-1, 2-15, 19-21                               15-11
Clarion               W   15-5, 15-7, 15-1                   Slippery Rock          L   15-17, 2-15, 15-10, 13-15           Indianapolis          W   20-18, 15-8, 15-5
Indiana (PA)          W   15-8, 15-2, 15-6                   IPFW                   L   9-15, 15-6, 11-15, 15-13, 8-15      Clarion               W   15-6, 15-9, 15-7
C.W. Post             W   15-2, 15-5, 15-10                  Quincy                 W   15-9, 16-14, 15-10                  Indiana (PA)          W   15-12, 15-2, 15-13
Lake Superior State   W   15-5, 15-1, 15-13                  Edinboro               W   14-16, 15-12, 16-14, 15-12          IUPUI                 L   12-15, 15-6, 14-16, 13-15
Youngstown State      W   15-3, 15-3, 15-2                   Lewis                  W   8-15, 15-4, 16-14, 15-13            WV Wesleyan           L   11-15, 15-10, 15-3, 7-15, 9-15
Cleveland State       W   15-9, 10-15, 15-8, 13-15, 15-10    Saint Joseph’s         W   8-15, 15-2, 15-7, 15-8              Edinboro              L   12-15, 15-11, 9-15, 13-15
Saint Joseph’s        W   15-7, 15-3, 15-4                   Kentucky Wesleyan      W   15-13, 15-9, 12-15, 15-11           Lock Haven            L   10-15, 7-15, 15-13, 9-15
Oakland               W   15-6, 15-3, 15-8                   Southern Indiana       L   15-10, 12-15, 3-15, 15-2, 11-15     USC Spartansburg      L   10-15, 15-9, 6-15, 15-5, 13-15
Gannon                W   15-12, 15-6, 15-13                 Northwood              W   15-13, 15-8, 15-12                  C.W. Post             W   15-6, 15-5, 15-6
Grand Valley State    W   15-5, 15-13, 15-5                  IPFW                   L   15-13, 5-15, 9-15, 4-15             Juniata               L   8-15, 14-16, 4-15
Indianapolis          W   15-4, 15-7, 15-4                   Northern Kentucky      L   13-15, 6-15, 15-3, 10-15            Lock Haven            L   11-15, 9-15, 15-5, 15-2, 13-15
Northern Kentucky     W   15-4, 15-9, 15-13                  Grand Valley State     W   7-15, 15-11, 7-15, 15-12, 15-2      Northwood             L   9-15, 10-15, 5-15
IPFW                  L   15-12, 14-16, 15-8, 15-10, 12-15   Hillsdale              W   15-5, 15-7, 14-16, 1-15, 15-10      Saginaw Valley        L   8-15, 3-15, 6-15
Kentucky State        W   15-5, 15-6, 15-4                   Lewis                  W   15-2, 19-17, 15-6                   Findlay               W   15-9, 15-11, 15-2
Bellarmine            W   15-9, 16-14, 15-9                  IPFW                   L   13-15, 11-15, 15-12, 8-15           Wayne State           L   15-11, 5-15, 7-15, 11-15, 15-
Youngstown State      W   15-10, 12-15, 15-4, 4-15, 15-12    Overall: 22-11                                                                           13
Bucknell              W   15-4, 15-5, 15-3                                                                                  Oakland               L   7-15, 5-15, 12-15
Robert Morris         W   15-6, 15-2, 15-7                   1994                                                           Northern Kentucky     L   7-15, 15-6, 11-15, 13-15
Bentley               W   13-15, 15-1, 15-3, 15-10           Wayne State            L   7-15, 10-15, 9-15                   Ferris State          L   8-15, 6-15, 12-15
Wayne State           L   8-15, 12-15, 7-15                  Clarion                W   15-6, 15-5, 15-5                    Grand Valley          L   1-15, 6-15, 10-15
Florida Southern      L   15-12, 13-15, 15-7, 2-15, 9-15     Saginaw Valley State   W   15-11, 8-15, 8-15, 15-11, 15-13     Hillsdale             W   15-10, 14-16, 15-8, 11-15,
Florida Atlantic      L   12-15, 15-11, 15-6, 3-15, 9-15     Southern Indiana       W   15-10, 15-11, 15-1                                            15-13
Barry                 W   15-13, 15-2, 15-6                  Kentucky Wesleyan      W   15-5, 15-3, 11-15, 15-5             Gannon                W   15-9, 4-15, 12-15, 15-6, 15-7
Tampa                 L   15-8, 0-15, 2-15, 5-15             Edinboro               L   8-15, 3-15, 3-15                    Mercyhurst            W   11-15, 15-11, 0-15, 15-2, 15-
Metropolitan State    L   4-15, 7-15, 15-7, 5-15             Indianapolis           W   11-15, 15-9, 15-10, 15-12                                     13
Lewis                 W   15-7, 15-13, 8-15, 15-12           Northern Kentucky      L   6-15, 8-15, 15-12, 6-15             Edinboro              L   9-15, 13-15, 12-15
Saint Joseph’s        W   15-8, 15-8, 15-12                  Northwood              L   3-15, 3-15, 8-15                    Michigan Tech         L   6-15, 10-15, 15-12, 12-15
Ohio Northern         W   15-4, 15-5, 15-6                   IPFW                   L   14-16, 6-15, 7-15                   Lake Superior State   W   15-10, 15-11, 16-14
Kentucky Wesleyan     W   15-4, 15-6, 15-7                   Lewis                  W   15-10, 15-11, 15-12                 Northern Michigan     L   6-15, 12-15, 4-15
Southern Indiana      W   15-9, 14-16, 15-1, 15-8            Saint Joseph’s         W   15-9, 15-2, 17-15                   Hillsdale             W   15-7, 11-15, 15-9, 15-13
Wayne State           W   6-15, 7-15, 15-4, 15-12, 15-9      California (PA)        W   15-8, 15-3, 7-15, 17-15             Gannon                W   15-5, 15-5, 6-15, 15-7
Gannon                W   15-7,13-15, 8-15, 15-11, 15-9      Wayne State            L   8-15, 10-15, 11-15                  Mercyhurst            W   9-15, 16-14, 15-3, 15-11
Wayne State           L   17-15, 6-15, 10-15, 15-4, 10-15    Kentucky Wesleyan      W   15-6, 15-9, 17-15                   Wayne State           L   5-15, 4-15, 10-15
Mercyhurst            W   15-13, 14-16, 15-6, 10-15, 15-9    Southern Indiana       W   12-15, 15-13, 13-15, 15-9, 15-11    Oakland               L   15-13, 1-15, 16-14, 6-15, 5-15
Southern Indiana      W   15-1, 15-4, 15-11                  Mercyhurst             W   16-14, 15-8, 15-2                   GLIAC Playoffs
IPFW                  W   15-8, 15-7, 15-6                   Saginaw Valley         L   15-13, 15-7, 15-17, 11-15, 8-15     Michigan Tech         L   17-15, 7-15, 2-15, 8-15
Overall: 29-7                                                Michigan Tech          L   8-15, 6-15, 8-15                    Overall: 14-22
                                                             Wayne State            L   10-15, 12-15, 8-15
1992                                                         Northern Michigan      L   2-15, 15-11, 4-15, 4-15             1997
Millersville          W   15-12, 15-12, 15-10                IPFW                   L   10-15, 11-15, 15-4, 15-13, 13-15    Wisconsin-Parkside    L 8-15, 5-15, 12-15
California (PA)       L   16-14, 4-15, 7-15, 7-15            Bellarmine             W   12-15, 16-14, 15-5, 15-0            Northern Kentucky     L 6-15, 14-16, 8-15
Dowling               W   15-12, 15-2, 15-2                  Kentucky State         W   15-2, 15-0, 15-4                    Missouri-St. Louis    W 10-15, 16-14, 15-13, 13-15,
Lock Haven            W   15-3, 15-4, 15-3                   Northern Kentucky      L   15-11, 9-15, 8-15, 8-15                                     15-9
Shippensburg          L   9-15, 13-15, 15-11, 13-15          Indianapolis           W   15-2, 15-8, 12-15, 8-15, 8-15       Rollins               W 15-6, 15-8, 5-15, 15-9
Oakland               L   15-12, 7-15, 15-10, 5-15, 13-15    Indianapolis           W   15-5, 15-11, 15-10                  IPFW                  L 15-12, 9-15, 5-15, 15-12, 14-
Grand Valley State    L   7-15, 9-15, 10-15                  IPFW                   L   15-5, 4-15, 15-12, 11-15, 15-9                              16
Lewis                 L   6-15, 1-15, 12-15                  Overall: 16-14                                                 SIU-Edwardsville      L 15-2, 5-15, 7-15, 15-10, 9-15
Lewis                 L   15-5, 16-18, 7-15, 7-15                                                                           Missouri-St.Louis     L 11-15, 5-15, 16-14, 10-15
Indianapolis          L   10-15, 13-15, 1-15                 1995                                                           Quincy                W 13-15, 15-11, 15-10, 13-15,
Northern Kentucky     L   11-15, 7-15, 15-6, 11-15           Saint Joseph’s         W   15-6, 15-13, 15-4                                           15-12
IPFW                  L   7-15, 15-12, 6-15, 6-15            Northern Kentucky      L   8-15, 13-15, 15-17                  UMASS-Lowell          W 15-10, 12-15, 15-9, 15-5
Bellarmine            L   15-10, 2-15, 12-15, 7-15           IPFW                   L   15-3, 13-15, 15-11, 3-15, 12-15     Lock Haven            W 10-15, 15-13, 15-13, 15-11
Kentucky State        W   15-0, 15-9, 15-4                   Millersville           W   15-5, 15-13, 15-13                  Mercyhurst            W 15-5, 15-5, 15-4
Wayne State           L   15-13, 12-15, 11-15, 8-15          Norfolk State          W   15-9, 15-3, 15-4                    Juniata               L 10-15, 9-15, 6-15
Lewis                 L   9-15, 15-12, 15-7, 13-15, 7-15     Edinboro               W   15-2, 9-15, 9-15, 17-15, 15-6       Oakland               L 15-12, 4-15, 8-15, 15-13, 7-15
Saint Joseph’s        W   15-5, 15-10, 15-6                  Wayne State            W   15-10, 15-9, 13-15, 16-14           Wayne State           L 8-15, 15-7, 7-15, 15-11, 13-15
St. Francis (IL)      L   13-15, 9-15, 7-15                  WV Wesleyan            L   2-15, 6-15, 10-15                   Hillsdale             L 10-15, 10-15, 9-15
Tampa                 L   15-13, 7-15, 2-15, 5-15            Wayne State            W   15-10, 15-10, 13-15, 14-16, 15-10   Northwood             W 15-9, 15-10, 15-3
Florida Atlantic      L   6-15, 11-15, 16-18                 Kentucky Wesleyan      W   15-3, 15-10, 15-5                   Saginaw Valley        L 12-15, 15-10, 12-15, 11-15
Florida Southern      L   12-15, 10-15, 15-6, 12-15          Washburn               W   15-2, 15-10, 15-11                  Clarion               W 15-9, 15-2, 13-15, 17-15
Kentucky Wesleyan     W   15-13, 15-0, 14-16, 15-8           Mars Hill              W   15-0, 15-10, 15-5                   Mercyhurst            W 18-16, 15-4, 15-5
Southern Indiana      L   15-4, 7-15, 15-1, 14-16, 8-15      Southern Indiana       W   16-14, 15-10, 15-6                  Ferris State          W 15-9, 15-13, 14-16, 9-15, 15-
Wayne State           L   9-15, 11-15, 8-15                  Washburn               W   15-9, 15-4, 15-1                                            10
Missouri- St. Louis   L   10-15, 3-15, 4-15                  Michigan Tech          L   8-15, 9-15, 15-5, 5-15              Grand Valley          L 9-15, 11-15, 10-15
Ferris State          L   15-10, 5-15, 10-15, 5-15           Northern Michigan      L   6-15, 6-15, 3-15                    Findlay               W 15-5, 15-11, 15-17, 15-11
Wisconsin- Parkside   W   15-13, 15-11, 16-14                Lake Superior State    W   15-9, 15-12, 15-7                   Northern Michigan     L 2-15, 2-15, 3-15
Missouri- St. Louis   L   5-15, 6-15, 15-8, 8-15             Saginaw Valley         L   11-15, 6-15, 5-15                   Michigan Tech         L 1-15, 9-15, 15-2, 8-15
Indianapolis          W   15-12, 12-15, 14-16, 15-1, 15-6    Northwood              L   13-15, 10-15, 8-15                  Lake Superior State   W 10-15, 15-10, 9-15, 15-12,
Central Oklahoma      L   14-16, 11-15, 7-15                 Hillsdale              W   15-10, 13-15, 15-5, 6-15, 15-9                              15-8
Overall: 8-22                                                Mercyhurst             W   15-12, 15-11, 15-6                  Oakland               L 15-17, 4-15, 9-15
                                                             Gannon                 L   13-15, 4-15, 8-15                   Wayne State           L 7-15, 9-15, 15-12, 3-15
1993                                                         Oakland                L   4-15, 11-15, 9-15                   Hillsdale             L 9-15, 7-15, 12-15
Saint Joseph’s        W   15-5, 15-3, 15-9                   Hillsdale              L   11-15, 15-10, 15-11, 2-15, 11-15    Findlay               W 15-10, 15-3, 15-7
Lake Superior State   W   15-4, 15-5, 15-12                  Grand Valley           L   13-15, 6-15, 11-15                  IPFW                  L 7-15, 4-15, 11-15
NY Tech               W   15-1, 6-15, 15-13, 15-6            Ferris State           L   9-15, 13-15, 1-15                   Mercyhurst            W 15-10, 15-4, 15-3
Gannon                L   7-15, 4-15, 10-15                  Wayne State            L   4-15, 12-15, 17-15, 11-15           Gannon                W 15-8, 15-13, 15-11
California (PA)       W   15-8, 15-17, 11-15, 5-15, 15-10    Oakland                L   7-15, 5-15, 12-15                   GLIAC Playoffs
Clarion               W   15-10, 15-10, 15-6                 Hillsdale              W   15-5, 7-15, 15-10, 15-12            Northwood             L   12-15, 14-16, 6-15
Wayne State           W   15-8, 12-15, 15-3, 15-7            Mercyhurst             W   15-2, 15-4, 15-5                    Overall 16-18
Mercyhurst            L   15-13, 4-15, 3-15, 15-11, 13-15    Gannon                 W   15-9, 15-12, 17-15
IPFW                  W   15-8, 7-15, 13-15, 15-9, 15-9      Overall: 17-14                                                 1998
Indianapolis          W   9-15, 15-6, 8-15, 15-9, 15-7                                                                      California (PA)       W 3-15, 15-6, 12-15, 15-9
Northern Kentucky     W   15-8, 10-15, 15-12, 16-14                                                                         West Chester          W 17-15, 15-9, 15-8
Indiana (PA)          W   15-11, 15-9, 15-3                                                                                 Alma (MI)             L 12-15, 15-12, 10-15, 13-15

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                                                             YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS
Clarion                L   15-12, 13-15, 9-15, 13-15       Hillsdale                L   4-16, 5-15, 5-15                    2003
Saginaw Valley         L   0-15, 13-15, 9-15, 13-15        Gannon                   L   3-15, 8-15, 8-15                    Truman State           L   20-30, 25-30, 20-30
Walsh                  L   10-15, 15-9, 13-15, 8-15        Mercyhurst               L   7-15, 11-15, 12-15                  Pittsburg State        L   16-30, 24-30, 30-32
Mount Vernon                                               Michigan Tech            L   3-15, 3-15, 10-15                   Arkansas Tech          L   17-30, 17-30, 27-30
   Nazarene            L 15-13, 6-15, 7-15, 15-7, 7-15     Northern Michigan        L   3-15, 5-15, 2-15                    Missouri Western       L   16-30, 24-30, 30-32
Spring Arbor           W 15-4, 15-4, 15-7                  Lake Superior State      L   13-15, 5-15, 15-13, 12-15           Lock Haven             W   30-26, 30-27, 30-20
Gannon                 W 11-15, 16-14, 15-10, 13-15, 15-9 Grand Valley State        L   8-15, 1-15, 12-15                   Clarion                L   22-30, 17-30, 30-24, 24-30
Mercyhurst             L 15-11, 13-15, 15-12, 11-15, 15-17 Ferris State             L   10-15, 5-15, 8-15                   Bellarmine             W   30-28, 30-28, 26-30, 30-20
Westminster            W 12-15, 15-13, 15-9, 12-15, 15-10 Findlay                   L   8-15, 10-15, 4-15                   Tiffin                 L   30-18, 25-30, 22-30, 31-29,
Northwood              L 14-16, 5-15, 6-15                 Tiffin                   W   15-7, 7-15, 15-5, 15-8                                         8-15
Saginaw Valley         L 9-15, 5-15, 16-14, 4-15           Hillsdale                L   15-9, 11-15, 10-15, 10-15           Saint Joseph’s         W   30-23, 30-18, 30-25
Wayne State            W 12-15, 14-16, 15-10, 14-16        Wayne State              L   16-14, 9-15, 9-15, 6-15             Juniata                L   22-30, 30-24, 17-30, 21-30
Hillsdale              L 4-15, 6-15, 10-15                 Mercyhurst               W   15-5, 15-10, 15-12                  Geneva                 W   30-24, 30-21, 30-22
Findlay                W 15-10, 10-15, 15-7, 15-12         Gannon                   W   15-11, 7-15, 15-8, 10-15,           Edinboro               L   21-30, 16-30, 19-30
Grand Valley           L 5-15, 7-15, 14-16                 15-5                                                             Findlay                L   11-30, 12-30, 21-30
Ferris State           L 7-15, 1-15, 6-15                  Overall: 9-22                                                    Grand Valley State     L   22-30, 25-30, 30-26, 23-30
Michigan Tech          L 13-15, 6-15, 16-18                                                                                 Ferris State           L   30-27, 25-30, 23-30, 23-30
Northern Michigan      L 4-15, 10-15, 5-15                 2001                                                             Mercyhurst             L   23-30, 23-30, 30-27, 30-32
Lake Superior State    L 15-13, 7-15, 4-15, 15-10,         Newberry                 W   30-11, 30-25, 30-21                 Gannon                 L   27-30, 24-30, 27-30
11-15                                                        Wheeling Jesuit        L   34-36, 30-20, 17-30, 30-23, 11-15   Wayne State            L   20-30, 27-30, 30-25, 17-30
Mercyhurst             W   15-13, 15-12, 12-15, 16-14        Limestone              W   30-8, 30-15, 30-14                  Hillsdale              L   30-14, 24-30, 29-31, 29-31
Westminster            W   15-3, 15-4, 15-4                  Francis Marion         W   30-13, 30-18, 30-21                 Northwood              L   19-30, 30-23, 15-30, 20-30
Gannon                 W   16-14, 15-9, 15-10                Walsh                  L   11-30, 21-30, 24-30                 Saginaw Valley         W   30-28, 30-15, 30-26
Findlay                L   11-15, 15-1, 15-6, 12-15,         Tiffin                 W   30-26, 32-34, 30-26, 30-20          Lake Superior State    L   27-30, 30-28, 23-30, 30-21,
16-14                                                        Lincoln Memorial       L   33-31, 28-30, 30-24, 12-30, 7-15                               12-15
Shepherd               W   15-13, 17-15, 16-14               Indianapolis           L   25-30, 30-23, 28-30, 27-30          Michigan Tech          L   26-30, 26-30, 30-15, 26-30
Slippery Rock          W   11-15, 2-15, 15-9, 15-11,         College of Notre                                               Northern Michigan      L   16-30, 28-30, 17-30
15-13                                                           Dame                W   30-15, 30-19, 30-24                 Findlay                L   25-30, 30-27, 22-30, 31-33
Lock Haven             W   15-9, 7-15, 15-12, 17-15          Wheeling Jesuit        L   30-27, 25-30, 30-18, 21-30, 13-15   Wayne State            W   30-28, 30-27, 30-26
Hillsdale              L   12-15, 8-15, 15-10, 16-14, 14-16 West Virginia State     W   30-5, 30-18, 30-18                  Hillsdale              W   27-30, 30-19, 30-21, 29-31,
Wayne State            L   15-17, 12-15, 11-15               Charleston             L   32-30, 16-30, 15-30, 23-30                                     15-13
New Haven              L   6-15, 15-13, 8-15, 11-15          Alaska-Anchorage       L   22-30, 38-36, 21-30, 22-30          Mercyhurst             L   16-30, 30-26, 30-25, 20-30,
Overall: 12-19                                               Findlay                L   16-30, 17-30, 20-30                                            11-15
                                                             Mercyhurst             L   30-20, 21-30, 30-25, 16-30, 15-17   Gannon                 L   20-30, 30-27, 30-28, 25-30,
1999                                                         Gannon                 L   22-30, 21-30, 31-29, 30-21, 18-20                              7-15
Nova Southeastern      W   16-14, 15-3, 15-11                Hillsdale              L   30-32, 31-29, 25-30, 30-18, 7-15    Overall: 7-22
St. Leo                W   15-10, 15-5, 16-14                Wayne State            W   30-18, 21-30, 30-24, 30-27
New York Tech          W   15-7, 15-5, 15-9                  Ferris State           L   20-30, 22-30, 29-31                 2004
Carson-Newman          W   15-11, 10-15, 15-8, 15-2          Grand Valley State     L   20-30, 19-30, 27-30                 Clarion                W   30-9, 32-30, 30-21
St. Leo                W   15-8, 15-10, 15-12                Northwood              L   26-30, 19-30, 16-30                 Lock Haven             W   30-27, 30-18, 30-24
Slippery Rock          W   15-8, 15-11, 15-3                 Saginaw Valley         L   28-30, 30-12, 20-30, 30-12, 7-15    West Liberty State     W   30-11, 30-19, 30-8
Wheeling Jesuit        W   11-15, 15-12, 15-11, 11-15, 15-13 Northern Michigan      L   26-30, 19-30, 19-30                 Shepherd               W   30-14, 30-19, 30-16
Clarion                W   15-6, 15-4, 15-4                  Lake Superior State    L   31-33, 16-30, 27-30                 Mount Vernon
Tiffin                 W   15-2, 15-6, 15-6                  Michigan Tech          L   22-30, 30-25, 23-30, 22-30            Nazarene           W 30-26, 21-30, 30-22, 30-20
Walsh                  W   15-11, 13-15, 15-4, 15-9          Gannon                 L   18-30, 30-28, 30-27, 19-30, 9-15    Edinboro             W 30-25, 28-30, 30-20, 21-30,
Tiffin                 W   15-5, 15-3, 15-7                  Mercyhurst             L   20-30, 25-30, 22-30                                        15-12
Clarion                W   15-7, 15-6, 15-7                  Findlay                L   19-30, 22-30, 23-30                 Northern Kentucky L 31-33, 30-24, 28-30, 28-30
Indianapolis           W   10-15, 15-12, 15-12, 11-15, 15-7 Tiffin                  W   30-21, 35-33, 30-18                 Shippensburg         W 30-19, 30-19, 30-23
Capital                W   15-2, 15-8, 15-2                  Wayne State            L   33-31, 30-24, 29-31, 27-30, 7-15    Findlay              W 30-27, 30-24, 30-23
Gannon                 L   8-15, 15-8, 10-15, 14-16          Hillsdale              L   26-30, 22-30, 22-30                 Grand Valley State   L 18-30, 19-30, 22-30
Mercyhurst             W   10-15, 15-4, 16-14, 13-15, 15-13 Overall: 8-23                                                   Ferris State         L 21-30, 22-30, 30-24, 23-30
Westminster            W   11-15, 15-6, 5-11, 16-14                                                                         Mercyhurst           W 30-18, 30-25, 27-30, 30-26
Northwood              L   10-15, 4-15, 5-15                 2002                                                           Gannon               W 30-22, 24-30, 30-18, 30-15
Saginaw Valley         L   15-10, 14-16, 13-15, 14-16        Wilmington             W   30-20, 30-18, 30-20                 Wayne State          W 30-19, 30-25, 26-30, 30-11
Wayne State            L   15-6, 14-16, 3-15, 3-15           Kutztown               W   30-14, 30-24, 30-20                 Rollins              W 30-28, 30-24, 30-20
Hillsdale              L   5-15, 13-15, 14-16                Philadelphia College   W   30-24, 30-18, 27-30, 30-25          Northern Kentucky W 30-24, 30-17, 30-26
Findlay                L   15-12, 8-15, 7-15, 15-17          Glenville State        W   30-13, 30-18, 30-15                 Northwood            W 21-30, 30-16, 30-22, 30-22
Grand Valley State     L   5-15, 7-15, 3-15                  Tiffin                 W   30-18, 30-22, 30-23                 Saginaw Valley State W 30-18, 30-24, 30-28
Ferris State           L   5-15, 13-15, 1-15                 WV Wesleyan            W   28-30, 30-12, 30-23, 30-20          Lake Superior State W 30-23, 30-19, 30-23
Lake Superior State    W   15-5, 15-5, 9-15, 15-11           Indianapolis           L   27-30, 13-30, 24-30                 Michigan Tech        W 31-33, 30-17, 30-19, 25-30,
Michigan Tech          L   15-13, 10-15, 11-15, 3-15         Central State          W   30-9, 30-13, 30-6                                          15-10
Northern Michigan      L   9-15, 4-15, 9-15                  Indiana (PA)           L   21-30, 15-30, 29-31                 Northern Michigan L 25-30, 28-30, 30-27, 30-25,
Mercyhurst             L   15-13, 14-16, 13-15, 10-15        Slippery Rock          L   26-30, 21-30, 30-28, 16-30                                 9-15
Westminster            W   15-13, 15-10, 15-7                Shepherd               W   30-26, 30-19, 30-19                 Findlay              W 18-30, 22-30, 30-26, 30-24,
Gannon                 L   9-15, 3-15, 9-15                  Charleston             W   30-27, 30-28, 30-25                                        15-12
Tiffin                 W   15-7, 15-9, 15-10                 Findlay                L   26-30, 24-30, 18-30                 Grand Canyon         W 27-30, 30-23, 30-21, 30-27
Findlay                L   7-15, 16-18, 9-15                 Gannon                 L   30-28, 27-30, 24-30, 25-30          Embry-Riddle (AZ) W 30-19, 30-20, 30-20
Hillsdale              L   12-15, 8-15, 15-17                Mercyhurst             L   19-30, 24-30, 18-30                 Wayne State          W 30-26, 30-14, 30-17
Wayne State            L   15-13, 12-15, 10-15, 9-15         College of Notre                                               Hillsdale            W 30-27, 30-17, 30-28
Overall: 19-15                                                  Dame                W   30-19, 30-15, 30-23                 Gannon               W 30-22, 30-27, 30-21
                                                             Hillsdale              W   30-26, 26-30, 30-22, 30-28          Mercyhurst           W 30-17, 30-19, 23-30, 30-18
2000                                                         Wayne State            W   31-29, 21-30, 32-30, 30-23          Hillsdale            W 30-26, 30-26, 30-26
Missouri-St. Louis     L   8-15, 9-15, 9-15                  Tiffin                 W   30-25, 30-21, 30-26                 GLIAC Playoffs
Southern Indiana       L   1-15, 3-15, 0-15                  Grand Valley State     L   24-30, 17-30, 29-31                 Northwood            W 30-24, 25-30, 26-30, 30-23,
SIU-Edwardsville       L   8-15, 15-11, 6-15, 12-15          Ferris State           L   16-30, 35-37, 23-30                                        15-9
Walsh                  L   15-13, 14-16, 13-15, 8-15         Northwood              L   26-30, 31-29, 28-30, 25-30          Ferris State         L 21-30, 28-30, 30-23, 29-31
Carson-Newman          W   11-15, 15-11, 7-15, 15-9, 15-13   Saginaw Valley         L   30-20, 28-30, 22-30, 24-30          NCAA Playoffs
Wheeling Jesuit        W   15-13, 10-15, 15-11, 15-9         Northern Michigan      L   16-30, 29-31, 30-28, 25-30          Northwood            L 26-30, 30-28, 21-30, 29-31
Findlay                L   1-15, 3-15, 5-15                  Michigan Tech          L   23-30, 30-22, 23-30, 26-30          Overall: 26-6
California (PA)        L   10-15, 5-15, 15-13, 8-15          Lake Superior State    L   31-33, 24-30, 30-23, 23-30
Tiffin                 W   15-11, 15-12, 15-6                Gannon                 L   30-28, 20-30, 30-28, 31-33, 10-15   2005
Clarion                L   10-15, 12-15, 15-7, 15-9, 9-15    Mercyhurst             L   30-26, 24-30, 24-30, 25-30          Harding               L    32-34, 30-23, 27-30, 22-30
North Carolina                                               Findlay                L   27-30, 23-30, 26-30                 St. Mary’s            W    30-25, 30-16, 30-21
   Central             W   15-1, 15-11, 15-3                 Walsh                  L   22-30, 23-30, 30-27, 23-30          Armstrong Atlantic W       30-26, 30-14, 28-30, 30-18
Lock Haven             L   9-15, 7-15, 2-15                                                                                 Western State College W    30-13, 30-21, 30-14
Mt. Vernon Nazarene    W   15-7, 10-15, 15-12, 9-15, 15-11   Wayne State            W 29-31, 30-26, 35-33, 30-23            West Virginia State W      30-24, 30-20, 18-30, 30-19
Northwood              L   6-15, 6-15, 13-15                 Hillsdale              L 21-30, 19-30, 21-30                   California (PA)       L    30-26, 30-26, 24-30, 22-30,
Saginaw Valley State   W   11-15, 15-8, 15-11, 5-15, 15-12   Overall: 14-18                                                                            13-15
Findlay                L   8-15, 12-15, 10-15
Wayne State            L   4-15, 1-15, 9-15
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                                                           YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS
                                                               GLIAC Playoffs
                                                               Findlay                W 30-18, 32-30, 30-21
                                                               Hillsdale              W 30-28, 30-24, 30-28
                                                               Grand Valley State     W 30-26, 32-30, 18-30, 30-17
                                                               NCAA Playoffs
                                                               Ferris State           W 30-26, 31-29, 30-21
                                                               Hillsdale              W 30-25, 31-29, 30-26
                                                               SIU-Edwardsville       W 30-23, 30-17, 30-24
                                                               NCAA
                                                                  Championships
                                                               North Alabama          L   25-30, 30-32, 24-30
                                                               Overall: 23-10

                                                               2007
                                                               North Dakota           W   30-22, 35-33, 30-24
                                                               Tusculum               W   22-30, 30-22, 30-12, 30-21
                                                               Northern Kentucky      L   25-30, 30-32, 25-30
                                                               North Alabama          W   30-27, 28-30, 30-23, 30-18
                                                               CSU-Pueblo             W   30-23, 30-15, 30-17
                                                               Fort Lewis College     W   27-30, 30-23, 35-33, 30-19
                                                               Dixie State College    W   30-17, 30-15, 30-27
                                                               Eastern New Mexico     W   30-15, 30-17, 30-16
                                                               Lock Haven             W   30-13, 30-13, 30-17
                                                               Kentucky Wesleyan      W   30-15, 30-8, 30-18
                                                               Wheeling Jesuit        W   30-13, 30-23, 30-20
                                                               Bellarmine             W   30-23, 30-19, 30-16
                                                               Gannon                 W   30-23, 30-22, 30-18
                                                               Mercyhurst             W   30-24, 30-23, 30-18
                                                               Findlay                W   24-30, 30-22, 30-15, 30-19
                                                               Hillsdale              L   24-30, 30-16, 24-30, 32-30,
                                                                                          9-15
                                                               Wayne State            W   30-18, 30-28, 30-28
West Virginia
                                                               Ferris State           W   30-22, 30-27, 26-30, 30-23
   Wesleyan            W   30-10, 30-15, 30-16
                                                               Grand Valley State     L   30-19, 27-30, 19-30, 30-25,
Edinboro               W   30-25, 30-21, 30-23
                                                                                          13-15
Wheeling Jesuit        W   30-12, 30-28, 30-15
                                                               Northwood              W   30-25, 30-22, 30-20
Wisconsin-Parkside     W   30-25, 30-18, 30-24
                                                               Saginaw Valley State   W   30-25, 30-13, 30-21
Juniata                L   30-28, 24-30, 28-30, 26-30
                                                               Lake Superior State    W   30-17, 30-23, 30-18
Indianapolis           W   32-30, 30-22, 30-28
                                                               Northern Michigan      W   30-21, 30-20, 24-30, 30-25
Findlay                W   30-24, 32-30, 30-26
                                                               Michigan Tech          W   30-21, 30-15, 30-24
Hillsdale              W   30-24, 26-30, 30-16, 30-27
                                                               Gannon                 W   30-22, 30-15, 30-23
Wayne State            W   30-23, 30-25, 30-26
                                                               Mercyhurst             W   30-22, 30-21, 30-15
Ferris State           W   30-28, 30-21, 23-30, 27-30, 15-11
                                                               Findlay                W   29-31, 30-16, 30-24, 30-21
Grand Valley State     L   23-30, 25-30, 27-30
                                                               Wayne State            W   30-23, 30-21, 30-13
Gannon                 W   30-18, 30-19, 30-26
                                                               Hillsdale              L   26-30, 19-30, 26-30
Mercyhurst             W   30-25, 29-31, 30-20, 30-26
                                                               GLIAC Playoffs
Saginaw Valley State   W   27-30, 19-30, 30-23, 30-18, 15-12
                                                               Findlay                W 30-26, 28-30, 30-15, 30-25
Northwood              L   30-22, 23-30, 20-30, 13-30
                                                               Hillsdale              L 24-30, 25-30, 30-24, 19-30
Michigan Tech          L   20-30, 27-30, 30-17, 30-25, 11-15
                                                               NCAA Playoffs
Lake Superior State    W   30-23, 30-19, 29-31, 30-17
                                                               Lewis                  L   30-21, 30-24, 27-30, 26-30,
Northern Michigan      W   30-22, 30-27, 31-29
                                                                                          10-15
Wayne State            W   27-30, 30-16, 30-20, 30-20
                                                               Overall: 26-6
Hillsdale              W   30-28, 28-30, 30-24, 30-28
Mercyhurst             W   30-19, 30-22, 30-23
Gannon                 W   30-14, 30-28, 30-27
Findlay                L   30-25, 26-30, 24-30, 30-27, 8-15
Florida Gulf Coast     L   19-30, 16-30, 18-30
GLIAC Playoffs
Wayne State            W 30-23, 30-24, 30-22
Northwood              L 30-27, 25-30, 27-30, 20-30
NCAA Playoffs
Northwood              L   30-28, 21-30, 23-30, 24-30
Overall: 23-10

2006
South Dakota           W   31-29, 30-15, 27-30, 28-30, 15-3
West Georgia           W   30-19, 30-28, 30-17
Lewis                  W   30-25, 30-23, 30-18
Eckerd                 W   25-30, 30-20, 30-19, 25-30, 15-11
Indianapolis           W   30-25, 30-26, 30-25
SIU-Edwardsville       L   27-30, 30-26, 28-30, 30-14, 9-15
Wheeling Jesuit        W   30-28, 30-23, 30-24
Southern Indiana       L   28-30, 26-30, 30-25, 24-30
Georgetown College     L   28-30, 26-30, 25-30
Hillsdale              L   25-30, 30-28, 16-30, 28-30
Wayne State            W   30-18, 30-17, 30-24
Ferris State           L   30-21, 28-30, 24-30, 26-30
Grand Valley State     L   18-30, 30-26, 19-30, 30-28, 12-15
Findlay                W   30-27, 30-17, 30-15
Gannon                 W   30-26, 30-14, 30-19
Mercyhurst             W   30-22, 30-14, 30-22
Saginaw Valley State   W   30-12, 30-9, 30-21
Northwood              W   30-17, 30-27, 26-30, 30-23
Lake Superior State    W   26-30, 30-13, 30-24, 30-20
Michigan Tech          L   27-30, 27-30, 31-29, 19-30
Northern Michigan      W   30-25, 30-25, 24-30, 26-30, 15-13
Wayne State            W   30-21, 32-30, 30-26
Hillsdale              L   10-30, 20-30, 9-30
Mercyhurst             W   30-15, 30-25, 30-18
Gannon                 W   30-21, 35-33, 30-17                 President Finks and the Eagles prior to leaving Ashland for the NCAA Championships
Findlay                L   30-25, 30-20, 31-33, 29-31, 16-18   in Florida during the 2006 season.
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                                AU PRESIDENT FREDERICK J. FINKS
                                                              Dr. Frederick Finks began his
                                                         term as the 28th president of Ash-
                                                         land University on June 1, 2006.
                                                         Prior to this, Dr. Finks served as
                                                         president of Ashland Theological
                                                         Seminary since 1982.
                                                              “As an alumnus of Ashland
                                                         University I am excited to be a part
                                                         of its future. Ashland is a very strong
                                                         institution. We have one of the most
                                                         beautiful campuses in the Midwest
                                                         in one of the safest cities in Ohio. Our academic programs are
                                                         some of the best in the state. Our intramural, club sports and var-
                                                         sity athletics provide untold opportunities for student athletes and
                                                         our student activities have been recognized as one of the best in
                                                         Ohio. The faculty, staff and administration are poised to continue
                                                         the fine tradition of excellence. Our future looks great.”
                                                              Described as a leader and organizer with strong interpersonal
                                                         skills, Finks has been very involved in the community of Ashland,
                                                         serving the Chamber of Commerce in a number of capacities,
                                                         and co-chairing the Hospice Capital Campaign. He was one of 17
                                                         people selected by the Ashland Times-Gazette as “People Who
                                                         Changed Our Community.” He has received national recognition
                                                         as one of the top 20 seminary leaders in the country and served as
                                                         president of the Fellowship of Evangelical Presidents, an organiza-
                                                         tion of 80 seminaries with a combined enrollment of 50,000.



     His accomplishments during the 24 year period as head
of Ashland Theological Seminary include taking ATS from
a small regional seminary to a nationally recognized and
respected seminary, now the largest in the state of Ohio; in-
creasing endowment from $172,000 to approximately $9 mil-
lion; successful completion of four major fund raising projects
including construction of two classroom and office facilities;
instituting changes within the faculty structure including
reducing both faculty load and class size; and increasing the
average GPA of incoming students.
     Prior to being named president at the seminary, Finks
served as pastor of the Winding Waters Brethren Church in
Elkhart, Ind., from 1972 to 1982.
     He received a doctor of ministry degree from Fuller
Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Calif., in June of 1980
anda master of divinity from Ashland Theological Seminary
in June of 1972. He earned a bachelor of arts degree in psy-
chology from Ashland University in 1969.
     Fred and his wife, Holly, who is also an AU alumnus, are
the parents to two adult children and grandparents of four.




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                          AU DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS BILL GOLDING
                                  Across the board and               project at Donges Field, the AU baseball complex. When
                             across the nation, athletic direc-      that project was done, the field was completely resurfaced
                             tor Bill Goldring has helped            and new bullpens and a new fence were installed. Now
                             turn Ashland University into a          plans are in the works to add a press box, concession
                             major player                            stand and permanent seating.
                                  The 2008-2009 year is Gol-       • Several years ago, Goldring designed Ashland Univer-
                             dring’s 11th at AU and will be          sity’s Ashland Elite track and field program, a group of
                             his 31st year in college athletic       post-collegiate athletes that lived and trained in Ashland.
                             administration. Since his arrival       Two members of that group were part of the United
                             at Ashland, he’s worked tire-           States Olympic Team that competed in Athens. Goldring
                             lessly to upgrade facilities, build     worked with campus leaders in implementing this inno-
                             coaching staffs and construct           vative program.
                             an athletic program that’s of         • Since Goldring came to campus, AU has hosted NCAA
                             All-America caliber on the field        Division II national championships in softball, swimming
                             and in the classroom.                   and diving and men’s and women’s cross country. In
     The 2007-2008 year is a prime example of Goldring’s             2007, the university hosted the NCAA softball champi-
work. The Eagles finished ninth in the final national Direc-         onships at Firestone Stadium in Akron, OH, the NCAA
tors’ Cup standings. That’s the best placement in school             Division II North Central Region baseball champion-
history. Of Ashland’s 20 varsity sports, 12 scored points at         ships at Canal Park in Akron, OH, the regional wrestling
the national level. Men’s outdoor track and field was third          championships and the GLIAC swimming and diving
in the country, the baseball team advanced to the World              championships. AU has also hosted regional champion-
Series for the second time in three years and the fifth time         ships in wrestling and cross country and a total of five
in school history and the football team was invited to the           postseason soccer matches.
postseason for the first time since 1997 and the third time        • This year Goldring has hired the first full-time strength
overall.                                                             and conditioning coach in school history, two-time Olym-
     Women’s tennis, a program Goldring introduced at                pian A.G. Kruger.
AU, received an NCAA playoff bid for the first time. The                With over 30 years of athletic administrative experi-
men’s golf team went to the postseason for the first time          ence behind him, Goldring is a respected voice on the
since 2001 while the volleyball team visited the postseason        conference and national levels. His associations go across
for the fourth consecutive year. In indoor track and field,        the country and include every level of college athletics.
both the AU men and women were fifth at nationals. The             Goldring has been a member of the GLIAC’s champion-
wrestling team featured three All-Americas and placed              ship committee, the conference review committee and has
11th at the national championships. Women’s basketball             been on the NCAA Division II regional committee for
advanced to the GLIAC championship game and narrowly               football. For several years he was on the NCAA Division II
missed out on a spot in the NCAA regional tournament.              Championships Eligibility Project Team.
     Academically, 13 of 20 varsity teams had a cumulative              Goldring was the sports information director at Jack-
grade point average of 3.00 or better for the spring, 2008         sonville (FL) from 1978-81. He was the director of sports
semester. The department’s student-athletes had a team             information and promotions at Indiana State from 1981-84
grade point average of 3.01.                                       and was promoted to the post of assistant athletic director
     Goldring’s work hasn’t gone unnoticed. In 2005-06 the         (1984-89). From 1989-90 Goldring was an associate athletic
AU athletic director was honored as the GeneralSports              director at Indiana State.
TURF Systems Athletic Director of the Year, Division                    From Indiana State Goldring moved to Iowa State
II, for the Northeast Region. He was recognized at the             where he was the assistant athletic director for business
National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics          from 1990-95. He came to AU from Morningside College
annual convention in New Orleans.                                  in Sioux City, IA, where he was the director of athletics for
     A summary of Goldring’s major accomplishments can             three years.
be found below.                                                         The Ashland athletic director is originally from Or-
• Under Goldring, AU added women’s tennis and women’s              rville, OH. He earned his bachelor’s degree in communica-
  golf as varsity sports. The tennis team plays on the re-         tions from The Ohio State University in 1975. He received
  furbished AU courts. The women’s golf team hosted the            his master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio
  GLIAC championships in 2005.                                     University in 1977.
• Since Goldring’s arrival, the athletic department has at-             Goldring and his wife, Jean, reside in Ashland. The
  tracted and hired coaches who are recognized across the          couple has two daughters, Beth, 26 and Katie, 24. Beth is a
  country. That list would include Lee Owens in football,          2004 Iowa State graduate and Katie is a 2006 graduate of
  Connie Surowicz in volleyball and Jud Logan in track             Mount Union College.
  and field. Goldring has also helped expand existing                   Goldring’s brother, Bob, is the public relations director
  coaching staffs.                                                 for the Ohio High School Athletic Association.
• Goldring has directed projects to upgrade the AU
  weightroom and renovate the Sarver Athletic Complex.
  Community Stadium has been upgraded in several ways.
  Two years ago, ProGrass turf was installed at the football
  facility. In 2005, Ashland completed an extensive work
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                                    THIS IS ASHLAND UNIVERSITY
                                                               education program, which offers pre-K through doctorate
                                                               level courses, is one of the largest among independent
                                                               and state institutions in Ohio. Academic programs are en-
                                                               hanced by an Honors Program and the John M. Ashbrook
                                                               Center for Public Affairs.
                                                                    Ashland University is accredited by the North
                                                               Central Association of Colleges and Schools and is autho-
                                                               rized by the Ohio Board of Regents to grant bachelor’s,
                                                               master’s and doctoral degrees. Individual programs are
                                                               accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business
                                                               Schools and Programs, the National Council for Accredi-
                                                               tation of Teacher Education, the National Association
                                                               of Schools of Music, the American Association of Theo-
                                                               logical Schools, the Commission on Collegiate Nursing
     Founded in 1878, Ashland University is a private,         Education, the Council on Social Work Education, the
comprehensive institution committed to challenging and         American Chemical Society, the Accreditation Commis-
supporting students intellectually, spiritually, socially,     sion for Programs in Hospitality Administration and the
culturally and physically.                                     Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education
     Located midway between Cleveland and Columbus             Programs.
off Interstate 71, Ashland University is home to 2,150              Ashland University is proud of its involvement in
full-time, undergraduate students. Eighty-five percent of      small town life, which boasts friendly people, a pleasant
these students are from Ohio, while students also come         atmosphere and a peaceful community — all important
from 27 other states and 31 countries. The University’s        items in today’s society. Security is a priority on the Ash-
total enrollment is 6,500 students, and this includes gradu-   land campus, and a well-lighted campus and an electronic
ate programs in business, education and theology and the       security system in all residence halls illustrate that fact.
off-campus centers in Cleveland, Columbus, Massillon                Ashland University is known for many things,
and Elyria.                                                    including:
     In addition to its traditional undergraduate studies,
AU offers an evening and weekend program with classes          • an impressive computer technology infrastructure that
one night per week and on Saturdays; a master of Ameri-          features more than 1,000 computers on campus and
can history and government; a master of business admin-          at off-campus sites. The campus features several large
istration degree program; a master of education degree           computer labs as well as several buildings and areas
program; a doctor of education degree program; master’s          that offer wireless laptop computers with access to the
degrees and doctorate in theology through Ashland Theo-          campus network.
logical Seminary; a BSN program for registered nurses,
and a bachelor’s plus program for students with a non-         • the No. 1 student activities programming in the nation
education degree who want to teach.                              as awarded by the National Association for College
     Situated on a beautiful 120-plus acre campus with           Activities.
trees, brick walkways and flower gardens, the University’s
                                                               • the No. 1 college food service in the nation as judged
campus contains 44 modern buildings including a new
                                                                 by the National Association of College and University
110,000-square-foot Recreation and Rybolt Sport Sci-
                                                                 Food Service.
ences Center, a new Dwight Schar College of Education,
a new Richard E. and Sandra J. Dauch College of Busi-          • a strong Division II athletic program featuring 20 men’s
ness and Economics, and a renovated Kettering Science            and women’s sports.
Center.
     Ashland University takes great pride in its philosophy    • its location in friendly Ashland, Ohio, listed in the most
of “Accent on the Individual” and offers a learning envi-        recent FBI study as having the lowest violent crime rate
ronment in which students can expect personal attention          of any city its size in the state.
from professors and staff who genuinely care about them
and their development. Professors, not graduate assistants,
teach the classes and labs.
     The University features a strong academic reputa-
tion, offering more than 60 majors including toxicology/
environmental science, hospitality management and radio/
TV, which are unusual for an institution this size. In addi-
tion, it offers most traditional liberal arts majors as well
as a wide range of majors in business and education. The

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                     AU UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE PROGRAMS
The College of Arts and Sciences
   Arts
        DEPARTMENTS AND MAJORS
        Art: art education, commercial art, fine art, computer art and graphics programming
        Music: music (applied music or academic studies emphasis), music education
        Theatre: theatre (general or music theatre emphasis), theatre education

     Humanities
        DEPARTMENTS AND MAJORS
        Communication Arts:
            Journalism — journalism/English
            Radio/TV — electronic media production
            Speech — public communication
            Sport Communication — sport communication
        English: English, American studies, creative writing, integrated language arts education
        Foreign Language: French, Spanish, education
        History/Political Science: history, international studies, political science, integrated social studies education,
            comprehensive social studies education
        Philosophy: philosophy
        Religion: religion, Christian education

     Sciences and Mathematics
          DEPARTMENTS AND MAJORS:
          Biology/Toxicology: biology, biology/environmental science, life science education, toxicology, integrated science
          education
          Chemistry/Geology/Physics: chemistry, chemistry education, geology, earth science education, chemistry/
          environmental
              science, geology/environmental science, physics, physical science education, biochemistry, integrated science
              education
          Mathematics/Computer Science: computer science, mathematics, integrated mathematics education

     Social and Applied Sciences
          DEPARTMENTS AND MAJORS:
          Criminal Justice/Sociology: criminal justice, sociology
          Family and Consumer Sciences: child and family studies, fashion merchandising, foods and nutrition, vocational work
              and family life education
          Nursing: nursing
          Psychology: psychology
          Social Work: social work

The College of Business and Economics
   DEPARTMENTS AND MAJORS:
        Business Administration: accounting, business management, finance, hospitality managment, management
            information systems, marketing, vocational integrated business
        Economics: economics

The College of Education
   DEPARTMENTS AND MAJORS:
        Sport Sciences: health education, physical education, recreation (sport industry or therapeutic recreation)
            athletic training
        Teacher Education: early childhood, middle grades (4-9), adolescent to young adult (7-12), multi-age
            (preK-12), intervention specialist

Graduate Programs
   Master of American History and Government
   Master of Business Administration
   Master of Education
   Master of Arts
   Master of Divinity
   Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
   Doctor of Ministry
   Doctor of Education
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