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1 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
Augustana College | Rock Island, Illinois
Founded 1860
Enrollment 2,500
President Steven Bahls
Chairman of Athletic Board Dr. Craig VanSandt,
  Department of Business Administration
Athletic Director Mike Zapolskii
Head Coach Jamie Walters
Assistant Coach Steve Hennings & Kelly Kelley
Coach’s Office Phone (309) 794-7839
Sports Information Director Dave Wrath
S.I.D. Office Phone (309) 794-7265
S.I.D. Cell Phone (309) 737-5306
S.I.D. Fax Number (309) 794-7525
Head Athletic Trainer Rochel Rittgers
Assistant Athletic Trainers Denise Yoder & Anna Smith
Training Room Phone (309) 794-7518
Conference College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin
CCIW Teams Augustana, Carthage, Elmhurst, Illinois Wesleyan, Millikin,
North Central, North Park, Wheaton
National Affiliation NCAA Division III
Home Court Carver PE Center
Team Name/Colors Vikings/Blue & Gold
                                                                                These goals and ideals also are reflected in the mission statement of the
Athletic Department Phone (309) 794-7521
                                                                                athletic department:
Admissions Office (309) 794-7341
College Phone Toll Free 1-800-798-8100; (local) 794-7000
                                                                                 The Department of Athletics offers all Augustana College students an
Website www.augustana.edu
                                                                                 opportunity toward the development of the total person. Working in a
                                                                                 cooperative and active learning environment and dedicated to impart-
About Augustana College
                                                                                 ing a lifelong awareness of health and wellness our department assists
Known for its balance of liberal arts with focus in a major field, collabora-
                                                                                 students in the acquisition of dynamic skills knowledge and fitness.
tive research opportunities, competitive athletic teams and award-winning
student activities programs, Augustana College is a selective independent
                                                                                 We value dignity, respect, diversity, accountability, communication and
college of the liberal arts and sciences related to the Evangelical Lutheran
                                                                                 teamwork: and challenge each participant to achieve a sense of self
Church in America. The college enrolls approximately 2,500 men and
                                                                                 confidence, pride, team unity, success, and cohesiveness through com-
women of diverse ethnic, religious and social backgrounds, from across
                                                                                 petitive sport. Our programs support the mission of Augustana College
the United States and around the world.
                                                                                 by cultivating the individual in all facets of life within and without the
                                                                                 competitive arena.
Augustana’s athletic teams have won more championships than any other
school in the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin. The Vikings own
a total of 174 total team championships (136 men and 38 women) since
                                                                                Where to find Augustana Sports News
the league began in 1946-47. Augustana is currently sixth in the nation
                                                                                Information on the Augustana College athletic department is easy to find.
in number of CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America)
                                                                                Augustana Sports Information Director Dave Wrath maintains the sched-
Academic All-Americans produced in all sports with 134 as of June, 2010.
                                                                                ules and press releases on the college’s athletic department web page. It
During the 1990’s the Vikings finished third, trailing only Nebraska and
                                                                                can be accessed at www.augustana.edu. Also, you may e-mail Dave Wrath
M.I.T.
                                                                                at davewrath@augustana.edu. The office phone number for sports infor-
                                                                                mation is (309) 794-7265.
Home to a Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society chapter since 1949,
Augustana grants baccalaureate degrees in more than 60 areas of study.
                                                                                The 2010 Augustana volleyball media guide is presented as a service
Along with a competitive athletic environment, student-athletes can join
                                                                                to all news media and friends of Augustana. The brochures are written
one or several of the school’s 150 student organizations or take advan-
                                                                                and edited by Augustana Sports Information Director Dave Wrath. Front
tage of Augustana’s wide variety of opportunities for international study.
                                                                                and back cover photographs were taken by Steve Woltmann, Brandon
Augustana has a student-faculty ratio of 11:1, and nearly 90 percent of the
                                                                                Gittelman, and Robbin Cooley. Additional stories and pictures will be
faculty hold the Ph.D. or the terminal degree in their field.
                                                                                furnished upon request.

The following mission statement guides Augustana’s liberal arts curricu-
lum and student programs.

 Augustana College, rooted in the liberal arts and sciences and a
 Lutheran expression of the Christian faith, is committed to offering a
 challenging education that develops qualities of mind, spirit and body
 necessary for a rewarding life of leadership and service in a diverse
 and changing world.


2 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
2010 VB PREVIEW


Vikings start “Jamie Walters” era with enthusiasm and
spirit
Jamie Walters has had a whirlwind summer. She was named the            brook HS, Villa Park, Ill.) all getting long looks. Mikula played
head coach of the Augustana volleyball team in late June and the       in 37 games as a freshman and she averaged 4.35 assists per
former head coach at both Aurora and Dominican spent the rest          game.
of the time before the fall season trying to acclimate herself with
the Quad Cities and the Augustana community. She has gleefully         Sophomore Shannon Slick (Rockton Hononegah HS, Roscoe,
accepted the challenge and so far, has been pleased with what          Ill.), the “Augie Award” recipient at the varsity level a year ago,
she has witnessed with her team.                                       led the team in digs with 533 in 117 games for an average of 4.56
                                                                       per game. She also had 21 service aces. She returns in the libero
“This will be a competitive team,” said Walters, who was the head      spot and will be joined by freshman Michelle Egan (Carl Sand-
coach at Aurora the last three seasons. “The team spirit is very       burg HS, Orland Park, Ill.).
high and I think the returning players have done a great job of
setting the tone during our early season workouts. In terms of         “The keys to our season will be discipline, team spirit and energy,”
work ethic, we really couldn’t ask for anything more from our          said Walters, who also had high praise for her team of assistants.
team.”                                                                 Steve Hennings is back for his third year with the program while
                                                                       Kelly Kelley will coach the setters. She worked with the Vikings
A year ago the Vikings went 11-21 and 2-5 in the College Confer-       previously but took the last two years off. Former Augustana letter
ence of Illinois & Wisconsin. A total of six letter winners return     winner Jenna Howard (Wauconda HS, Wauconda, Ill.) will
from that unit. It will be that group of returners, along with a       serve as a student assistant in her senior season.
solid freshman class of 11 players who will combine for the 2010
Augustana team.                                                        “We have made great progress and I couldn’t be happier with the
                                                                       way the team has responded,” said Walters. “We will continue to
“We are going to focus an awfully lot on the little things during      make strides throughout the season.”
the pre-season,” said Walters. “The goal is that if we do the little
things correctly at the beginning then it will carry over into suc-
cess during the year.”

One player who has enjoyed quite a bit of success throughout her
career with the Vikings is senior outside hitter Courtney Jung-
nickel (Naperville Central HS, Naperville, Ill.). Jungnickel led
the team in kills in 2009 with 424 and in service aces with 52. She
was also second in digs with 409. A three time all-conference se-
lection in the CCIW, Jungnickel is currently third on the Augustana
career list in service aces (157), and eighth in kills (1,065) and
digs (1,180). She is 27 service aces from Mandy Murray’s school
record of 184 set from 1999-2002. She is 421 kills from the school
record of 1,486 set by Callyn Dittmar (2000-03) and 470 digs
away from Dittmar’s mark of 1,650.

Fellow senior Jenna Loncar (Marist HS, Chicago, Ill.) played in
82 games last year and averaged 1.34 kills and 1.48 digs. A trio
of freshmen: Kristen Yerkes (Marist HS, Palos Heights, Ill.),
Hannah Reidenbach (Rockford Lutheran HS, Caledonia, Ill.)
and Paige Buchanan (Millard North HS, Omaha, Nebraska)
will also be in the mix.

On the right side sophomore Casey Komel (Kaneland HS, El-
burn, Ill.) and freshman Morgan Stittleburg (Black River Falls
HS, Black River Falls, Wis.) will share duty. Komel averaged
1.05 kills and 0.59 blocks per game a year ago.

Junior Brianna Skeens (Vernon Hills HS, Libertyville, Ill.) is
the top returning middle hitter. Last year she played in a team
high 117 games and was second in kills with 1.81 per game. She
also averaged 0.70 blocks per game. Sophomore Sarah Williams
(Rockford Lutheran HS, Rockford, Ill.) and freshman Stepha-
nie Huber (Sycamore HS, Sycamore, Ill.) will see playing time
here as well. Williams played in 20 games last year and had 17
kills and was named the team’s winner of the “Augie Award” at
the junior varsity level.
                                                                       Senior Courtney Jungnickel was 2nd Team All- CCIW for the Vikings in
                                                                       2009. She lead the team in kills with 424 and service aces with 52. She
The setter position is up for grabs with sophomore Kelsey Mikula       was also second on the team in digs with 409.
(Coal City HS, Coal City, Ill.) and freshmen Katrina Colclasure
(Tri-Valley HS, Bloomington, Ill.) and Bre Mast (Willow-
3 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
                                          HEAD COACH                                                   2009 CCIW FINAL STANDINGS
                                          JAMIE WALTERS                                                                               CCIW                OVERALL
                                          Jamie Walters will begin her first season as the             PLACE     TEAM                 W L       .PCT      W L       .PCT
                                          head volleyball coach at Augustana in the 2010               1.        Carthage             7   0     1.000     33 6      .846
                                          season. Walters, who served as the head coach                2.        North Central        6   1     .857      35 5      .868
                                          at Aurora University for three seasons (2007-08-
                                          09), becomes the 10th head coach in the history              3.        Ill. Wesleyan        5   2     .714      19 16     .543
                                          of the program. She replaces Janelle Hester,                 4.        Elmhurst             4   3     .571      17 17     .500
                                          who resigned in May after recording a 34-33                  5.        Wheaton              2   5     .286      17 16     .515
                                          record in two years.
                                                                                                       5.        Millikin             2   5     .286      19 20     .487
                                     “I am honored knowing that I am the next vol-                     5.        Augustana            2   5     .286      11 21     .344
                                     leyball coach at Augustana,” said Walters, who                    8.        North Park           0   7     .000      9   19    .321
                                     compiled a record of 34-59 in three seasons with
                                     the Spartans. “The Augustana program has had
                                     a tradition of excellence not only on the court                   CCIW TOURNAMENT
                                     but in the classroom as well. That is something                   November5, 2009 (Quarterfinals)
                                     we intend to continue. I am looking toward
                                     moving forward, not only as a program but as a                    #6 Millikin def. #3 Illinois Wesleyan, 25-20, 19-25, 25-22, 25-15
college as well. With the support that has been shown throughout the entire campus                     #1 Carthage def. #8 North Park, 25-10, 25-12, 25-7
I know that the will have an opportunity to make great strides.”                                       #2 North Central def.#7 Augustana, 25-20, 25-16, 21-25, 25-20
                                                                                                       #4 Elmhurst def. #5 Wheaton, 25-20, 25-20, 25-15
Walters began her coaching career at Aurora in the fall of 2006 when she served as
the assistant coach and helped the Spartans to a 19-14 overall record and a perfect
11-0 record in the Northern Athletics Conference. She assumed the head coaching                        November 6, 2009 (Semi-finals)
position prior to 2007 and in her first year went 10-21 overall and 4-8 in conference                  #2 North Central def. #6 Millikin, 25-23, 20-25, 26-24, 25-21 @ Kenosha,
play. In 2008 the Spartans were 7-23 and 6-6 before breaking through last year with
a 17-15 overall mark and a 9-3 record in the league. During her time at Aurora she
                                                                                                       Wis.
was instrumental in doubling the team’s roster size and the Spartans recorded a                        #1 Carthage def. #4 Elmhurst, 25-13, 25-19, 25-21 @ Kenosha, Wis.
team cumulative grade point average of 3.00.
                                                                                                       November 7, 2009 (Championship)
“Jamie Walters will be an outstanding addition to our staff due to her previous head
coaching experience, thorough understanding of the NCAA Division III philosophy                        #1 Carthage def. #2 North Central, 25-15, 25-14, 25-12 @ Kenosha, Wis.
and extensive recruiting contacts in the Chicago-land area,” said Zapolski. “I am con-
fident that Jamie will be an excellent fit at Augustana. She has a wealth of volleyball
experience as both a player and a coach and we look forward to watching her build                      2009 CCIW ALL-CONFERENCE AWARDS
our program.”
                                                                                                       COACH OF THE YEAR: Leanne Ulmer - Carthage
Before coming to Aurora, Walters was the head coach at Dominican University for                        PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Katie Lundgren - Carthage
both men’s and women’s volleyball. The men’s team won the National Intramural and                      FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Ryan Lally - North Central
Recreation Sports Club championship in 2005-06 and finished the year with a 37-4
overall record. She also served as an assistant coach at both College of DuPage and                    CCIW TOURNAMENT MVP: Rachel Swoboda - Carthage
West Chicago High School.
                                                                                                       FIRST TEAM
She has also coached at the club level and worked for nine years for the Side Out                      Kelsy England, Millikin
Volleyball Association. She assisted with the junior college national team in 2003 and                 Emily Hagen, Illinois Wesleyan
in 2006 was an assistant coach at the World Scholar Athlete Games.
                                                                                                       Katie Lundgren, Carthage
A much decorated player, Walters was a two time junior college All-American at                         Michelle Madeja, Carthage
College of DuPage and helped the Chaparrals win back-to-back national titles. She                      Caitlin O’Hara, Elmhurst
was named MVP of the NJCAA national tournament as a sophomore and both of the                          Stephanie Ryding, North Central
DuPage teams she played on have been inducted into the NJCAA “Hall of Fame”.                           Rachel Swoboda, Carthage
After her career was over at DuPage, she moved to Benedictine University in Lisle,
Illinois where she was named to the NCAA Division III all-region team. She helped                      SECOND TEAM
the Eagles win a pair of Northern Illinois-Iowa Conference championships and qualify                   Gaby Johnson, Illinois Wesleyan
for the NCAA Division III national tournament twice.                                                   COURTNEy JUNGNICKEL, AUGUSTANA
                                                                                                       Ryan Lally, North Central
She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in business and economics from Benedictine and
an MBA in leadership from Aurora.                                                                      Drewann Pancratz, Carthage
                                                                                                       Erin Reed, Millikin
YEAR   W (ALL) L (ALL)       .PCT (ALL)    W (CONF)      L (CONF)      .PCT (CONF)      SCHOOL         Antonéya Veasy Smith, Elmhurst
2007    10       21           .323           4              8           .333            Aurora         Crystal Wright, North Central
2008     7       23           .233           6              6           .500            Aurora
2009    17       15           .531           9              3           .750            Aurora
CAREER  34       59           .366          19             17           .528                           HONORABLE MENTION
                                                                                                       Lauren Dembkowski, Carthage
                                                                                                       Paige Fombelle, Elmhurst
                                                                                                       Stacy Hassinger, Illinois Wesleyan
                                ASSISTANT COACH STEVE HENNINGS                                         Christy Hermann, North Central
                                                                                                       Lori Johnson, Illinois Wesleyan
                                Steve Hennings will begin his third season as the assistant vol-       Stacie Mokros, North Central
                                leyball coach at Augustana in the fall of 2010. He is a former         Ashlie Pace, Wheaton
                                member of the Augustana men’s club team, having played for the
                                Vikings in the 2004-05 school year before transferring to Grace-
                                                                                                       ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
                                land College in Lamoni, Iowa where he played two seasons for the
                                nationally ranked program.
                                                                                                       Kelsy England, Millikin
                                                                                                       Christy Hermann, North Central
                                “I think Steve will be a real asset for our program,” said first       Caitlin O’Hara, Elmhurst
                                year head coach Janelle Hester. “He has the knowledge and the          Katie Lundgren, Carthage
                                experience at many levels of volleyball to have a positive influence   Michelle Madeja, Carthage
                                on our players.”                                                       Stephanie Ryding, North Central
                                                                                                       Rachel Swoboda, Carthage
Hennings, who currently resides in Bettendorf, was a varsity basketball player at Iowa Western
Community College in 1997-98 before heading into the private sector. He worked as a carpenter for
various construction companies throughout the Quad Cities, eventually owning his own company.

He attended Augustana for one year (2004-05) and eventually transferred to Graceland where he
majored in business administration.



4 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
                               2010 AUGUSTANA VOLLEyBALL ROSTER
NO     NAME                       POS           HT       yR     HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL)
1      Courtney Jungnickel*** (C) OH            5-8      Sr     Naperville, Ill. (Naperville Central)
3      Michelle Egan              DS            5-4      Fr     Orland Park, Ill. (Carl Sandburg)
4      Brianna Skeens* (C)        MB            5-10     Jr     Libertyville, Ill. (Vernon Hills)
5      Katie Chojnacki            OH            5-9      Fr     Arvada, Colo. (Arvada West)
7      Stephanie Huber            OH            5-9      Fr     Sycamore, Ill. (Sycamore)
8      Anna Rusch                 MH            5-11     Fr     Davenport, Iowa (Davenport Central)
9      Bre Mast                   RS            5-7      Fr     Villa Park, Ill. (Willowbrook)
11     Kelsey Mikula*             S             5-6      So     Coal City, Ill. (Coal City)
13     Kristen Yerkes             OH            5-11     Fr     Palos Heights, Illinois (Marist)
14     Sarah Martin               DS            5-5      Fr     Streator, Ill. (Woodland)
17     Shannon Slick*             DS            5-5      So     Roscoe, Ill. (Rockton Hononegah)
18     Paige Buchanan             OH            5-9      Fr     Omaha, Neb. (Millard North)
20     Sarah Williams             MB            5-9      So     Rockford, Ill. (Rockford Lutheran)
21     Hannah Reidenbach          OH            5-9      Fr     Caledonia, Ill. (Rockford Lutheran)
22     Jenna Loncar*** (C)        RS            5-9      Sr     Chicago, Ill. (Marist)
23     Morgan Stittleburg         MH            5-11     Fr     Black River Falls, Wis. (Black River Falls)
25     Katrina Colclasure         S             5-5      Fr     Bloomington, Ill. (Tri-Valley)
27     Casey Komel*               MB            5-8      So     Elburn, Ill. (Kaneland)


HEAD COACH: Jamie Walters
ASSISTANT COACH: Steve Hennings, Kelly Kelley, Jenna Howard
ATHLETIC TRAINER: Anna Smith




2010 AUGUSTANA VIKINGS - First row: Katrina Colclasure, Kelsey Mikula, Jenna Loncar, Casey Komel, Kristen Yerkes, Paige Buchanan,
Hannah Reidenbach, Shannon Slick, Michelle Egan. Second row: Assistant Coach Steve Hennings, Jenna Luck, Brianna Skeens, Anna
Rusch, Sarah Williams, Courtney Jungnickel, Bre Mast, Katie Chojnacki, Morgan Sittleburg, Stephanie Huber, Sarah Martin, Jenna How-
ard, Head Coach Jamie Walters.
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2009 AUGUSTANA VIKINGS VOLLEyBALL STATISTICS
RECORD:                        OVERALL          HOME               AWAy          NEUTRAL
  ALL MATCHES                  (11-21)          ( 1-5 )            ( 4-7 )       ( 6-9 )
  CONFERENCE                   ( 2-5 )          ( 1-3 )            ( 1-2 )       ( 0-0 )
  NON-CONFERENCE               ( 9-16)          ( 0-2 )            ( 3-5 )       ( 6-9 )
                          |---------ATTACK----------|                |--SET---|        |----SERVE----|        |--DIG---|   |------BLOCKING-------|
## STATS SUMMARy          G    K     K/G   E     TA        Pct       A    A/G          SA SE SA/G        RE   DIG D/G      BS BA Total B/G           BE    BHE
1 Jungnickel, Courtney    109 424 3.89     170 1085        .234      7    0.06         52 56 0.48        12   409 3.75     20 15 35        0.32      14    0
4 Skeens, Brianna         117 212 1.81     103 541         .201      0    0.00         4    11 0.03      0    23 0.20      28 54 82        0.70      39    0
7 Thelander, Mallory      101 182 1.80     74 685          .158      3    0.03         11 8     0.11     10   215 2.13     15 34 49        0.49      9     0
12 Reich, Bridget         45 67 1.49       26 238          .172      13 0.29           9    7   0.20     0    37 0.82      3    17 20      0.44      7     0
22 Loncar, Jenna          82 110 1.34      49 363          .168      13 0.16           15 34 0.18        16   121 1.48     4    7    11    0.13      8     1
6 Luck, Jenna             33 44 1.33       25 195          .097      0    0.00         0    4   0.00     2    24 0.73      0    5    5     0.15      5     0
16 Martinez, Allyson      64 72 1.12       32 261          .153      10 0.16           6    12 0.09      2    60 0.94      1    12 13      0.20      18    0
26 Komel, Casey           56 59 1.05       27 142          .225      6    0.11         6    14 0.11      2    10 0.18      7    26 33      0.59      23    0
20 Williams, Sarah        26 17 0.65       2     57        .263      0    0.00         4    3   0.15     0    14 0.54      7    9    16    0.62      10    0
3 Mikula, Kelsey          37 20 0.54       4     48        .333      161 4.35          4    15 0.11      0    35 0.95      0    5    5     0.14      2     0
23 Fitzpatrick, Colleen   13 5       0.38  6     36        -.028     1    0.08         0    0   0.00     0    0    0.00    1    6    7     0.54      4     0
10 Bailey, Allison        97 35 0.36       9     110       .236      798 8.23          15 30 0.15        1    182 1.88     2    8    10    0.10      14    0
15 Scott, Jessica         26 9       0.35  8     51        .020      0    0.00         3    11 0.12      0    16 0.62      2    9    11    0.42      5     0
2 Jones, Nicole           21 3       0.14  3     18        .000      91 4.33           1    3   0.05     0    39 1.86      0    0    0     0.00      0     1
21 Hollandsworth, Erin    11 1       0.09  1     10        .000      0    0.00         1    3   0.09     2    24 2.18      0    0    0     0.00      0     0
11 Uhrig, Rachel          81 2       0.02  4     35        -.057     5    0.06         28 36 0.35        17   242 2.99     0    0    0     0.00      0     1
17 Slick, Shannon         117 1      0.01  2     47        -.021     4    0.03         21 31 0.18        29   533 4.56     0    0    0     0.00      0     0
18 Devore, Katie          33 0       0.00  0     4         .000      0    0.00         0    9   0.00     4    49 1.48      0    3    3     0.09      0     0
AUGUSTANA                 118 1263 10.70 545 392           .18       1112 9.42         180 287 1.53      97   2033 17.23   91 212 197.0 1.67         161   3



TEAM STATISTICS             AUGIE             DATE                 OPPONENT              W/L    SCORE         SCORE-By-GAME                     ATTEND
ATTACK                                        09/01/09             MT. MERCY             L      1-3           25-14,23-25,20-25,19-25           115
 Kills                      1263              09/04/09             vs Millikin           L      2-3           20-25,20-25,25-18,25-23,13-15     63
 Errors                     545               09/04/09             vs Hope               L      0-3           15-25,15-25,20-25                 78
 Total Attacks              3926              09/05/09             vs Webster            L      1-3           25-27,22-25,25-19,22-25           116
 Attack Pct                 .183              09/05/09             at Washington         L      0-3           9-25,17-25,18-25                  127
 Kills/Game                 10.7              09/09/09             at Ashford            L      0-3           20-25,20-25,15-25                 97
SET                                           09/11/09             vs Carroll            W      3-0           25-17,25-22,25-19                 79
 Assists                    1112              09/11/09             at UW-Oshkosh         L      0-3           20-25,18-25,20-25                 147
 Assists/Game               9.4               09/12/09             vs Lake Forest        W      3-1           25-19,21-25,25-20,25-23           66
SERVE                                         09/12/09             vs Lakeland           L      2-3           25-18,17-25,16-25,25-12,13-15     92
 Aces                       180               * 09/15/09           MILLIKIN              L      2-3           37-35,15-25,26-24,23-25,10-15     103
 Errors                     287               09/18/09             at St. Ambrose        L      0-3           13-25,12-25,12-25                 114
 Aces/Game                  1.5               * 09/22/09           CARTHAGE              L      0-3           15-25,13-25,19-25                 137
SERVE RECEPTIONS                              09/25/09             vs William Penn       W      3-1           25-27,25-21,25-23,25-22           84
 Errors                     97                09/25/09             at Grinnell           W      3-1           25-18,19-25,25-19,25-16           121
 Errors/Game                0.8               09/26/09             at Grinnell           W      3-0           25-23,25-22,25-13                 78
DEFENSE                                       09/26/09             vs William Penn       W      3-0           25-23,25-23,25-22                 76
 Digs                       2033              * 09/29/09           at Wheaton            W      3-1           25-22,13-25,25-23,25-22           127
 Digs/Game                  17.2              * 10/06/09           NORTH PARK            W      3-0           25-19,25-17,25-23                 51
BLOCKING                                      10/09/09             vs UW-River Falls     L      0-3           23-25,15-25,23-25                 79
 Block Solo                 91                10/09/09             vs Fontbonne          W      3-2           22-25,25-10,22-25,25-15,15-5      58
 Block Assist               212               10/10/09             vs Dubuque            W      3-1           25-19,26-24,20-25,25-17           104
 Total Blocks               197.0             10/10/09             at Coe                W      3-1           25-19,25-15,20-25,25-23           113
 Blocks Per Game            1.7               * 10/13/09           at Ill. Wesleyan      L      0-3           20-25,21-25,22-25                 85
 Block Errors               161               10/15/09             CORNELL               L      1-3           16-25,25-21,19-25,21-25           93
BALL HANDLING ERRORS        3                 * 10/20/09           ELMHURST              L      0-3           19-25,24-26,18-25                 46
ATTENDANCE                                    * 10/27/09           at North Central      L      0-3           19-25,18-25,14-25                 205
 Total                      545               10/30/09             vs Wartburg           L      0-3           23-25,16-25,22-25                 71
 Dates/Avg Per Date         6/91              10/30/09             vs Anderson           L      2-3           20-25,15-25,25-19,26-24,8-15      58
 Neutral site #/Avg         15/80             10/31/09             vs Mt. St. Joseph     L      1-3           25-21,19-25,22-25,24-26           83
 Current win streak         0                 10/31/09             vs Chicago            L      1-3           23-25,21-25,25-20,26-28           97
 Home win streak            0                 11/03/09             at North Central      L      1-3           20-25,16-25,25-21,20-25           150




6 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
        COLLEGE CONFERENCE OF ILLINOIS & WISCONSIN ALL-TIME CHAMPIONS
YEAR        TEAM                         COACH                            MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER
1986        Elmhurst                     Jaye Flood                       Therese Dorigan, Elmhurst
1987        Elmhurst                     Jaye Flood                       Therese Dorigan, Elmhurst
1988        Elmhurst                     Jaye Flood                       Gail Williams, Elmhurst
1989        Wheaton                      Jennifer Soderquist              Kristin Rajala, Illinois Wesleyan
1990        Carthage                     Mary Secor                       Beth Nienhuis, Carthage
1991        Illinois Wesleyan            Tracy Stroyan                    Amy Rajala, Illinois Wesleyan
1992        North Central                Marcy Thurwachter                Donna Chess, North Central
1993        Carthage                     Mary Secor                       Rachel Haworth, Wheaton
1994        Millikin                     Linda Slagell                    Amber Crowder, Millikin
1995        Millikin                     Linda Slagell                    Amber Crowder, Millikin
1996        Augustana                    Liesl Fowler                     Kim Rowland, Millikin
1997        Illinois Wesleyan            Kim Nelson-Brown                 Sarah Hawkins, Elmhurst
1998        Elmhurst                     Julie Hall                       Sarah Hawkins, Elmhurst
1999        Millikin                     Linda Slagell                    Kellie Schmidt, Illinois Wesleyan
2000        Elmhurst                     Julie Hall                       Shannon Sobczak, Elmhurst
2001        Elmhurst                     Julie Hall                       Kiersten Madden, Augustana
            Augustana                    Liesl Fowler
2002        Elmhurst                     Julie Hall                       Amanda Fark, Elmhurst
2003        Elmhurst                     Julie Hall                       Beth Crowley, Illinois Wesleyan
2004        Elmhurst                     Julie Hall                       Molly May, Illinois Wesleyan
2005        Elmhurst                     Julie Hall                       Lindsay Johnson, Elmhurst
2006        Carthage                     Leanne Ulmer                     Jori Simmons, Carthage
2007        Carthage                     Leanne Ulmer                     Kelly Bauer, Carthage
2008        Carthage                     Leanne Ulmer                     Katie Lundgren, Carthage
2009        Carthage                     Leanne Ulmer                     Rachel Swoboda, Carthage


                                ALL TIME AUGUSTANA VOLLEyBALL SERIES RECORDS
                                                George Williams      0     2           0            North Park            33   3    0
Adams State          0          1    0          Gettysburg           1     0           0            Northwestern          0    1    0
Adrian               0          1    0          Graceland            0     1           2            Northwest Missouri    0    0    1
Albion               1          0    0          Grand View           1     2           0            Ogelthorpe            1    0    0
Alma                 1          2    0          Grinnell             9     1           0            Ohio Wesleyan         0    1    0
Anderson             0          2    0          Gustavus Adolphus    0     1           0            Olivet Nazarene       3    0    0
Aquinas              0          1    0          Hanover              1     0           0            Park                  0    1    0
Ashford              0          2    0          Hamline              2     0           0            Peru State            0    1    0
Augsburg             1          3    0          Heidelberg           1     0           0            Principia             3    1    0
Aurora               9          3    0          Highland Comm        1     0           0            Purdue-Calumet        2    0    0
Avila                1          0    0          Hope                 1     4           0            Quincy                1    4    0
Baldwin-Wallace      0          3    0          Howard Payne         1     0           0            Rhodes                0    1    0
Barat                2          0    0          Illinois Central     1     10          0            Ripon                 2    2    0
Beloit               3          1    0          Illinois College     6     3           0            Rockford              8    1    0
Bethel               0          2    0          Illinois Community   0     2           0            Rock Valley           2    0    0
Benedictine          8          11   0          IIT                  0     1           0            Rosary                5    0    0
Birmingham South 0              1    0          Ill. State JV        0     1           0            Rowan                 1    0    0
Blackburn            1          1    0          Illinois Valley      1     0           0            Simpson               2    6    0
Black Hawk           8          1    2          Illinois Wesleyan    22    36          1            Southwest Texas       1    0    0
Black Hawk East      1          0    0          Iowa                 0     1           0            St. Ambrose           12   49   0
Bluffton             0          1    0          Iowa JV              3     1           0            St. Catherine         0    2    0
Bradley              0          2    0          Iowa Wesleyan        8     2           3            St. Francis           1    1    0
Briar Cliff          0          1    0          Judson               1     0           0            St. Mary’s            4    1    0
Buena Vista          0          2    0          Juniata              0     1           0            St. Norbert           3    2    0
Butler               0          1    0          Kalamazoo            1     1           0            St. Olaf              1    1    0
California Santa Cr. 1          0    0          Kendall              2     0           0            St. Thomas            1    2    0
Calvin               0          2    0          Kenyon               1     0           0            St. Xavier            1    5    0
Capital              1          0    0          Knox                 19    8           0            Stephens              1    0    0
Carleton             3          2    0          Lake Forest          3     1           0            Taylor                0    1    0
Carl Sandburg        0          2    0          Lakeland             3     2           0            Teikyo-Marycrest      20   12   2
Carroll              12         3    0          Lawrence             3     0           0            Tiffin                0    1    0
Carthage             15         20   0          Lebanon Valley       1     0           0            Trinity (TX)          0    1    0
Central of Iowa      2          8    0          Lincolnland          1     0           0            Trinity Christian     0    1    0
Clarke               7          3    0          Loras                14    11          0            Triton                1    0    0
Clinton Community 3             1    0          Luther               3     3           0            Upper Iowa            1    0    0
Chicago              5          4    0          Macalester           1     0           0            Viterbo               3    0    0
Chicago State        1          0    0          MacMurray            3     1           0            Wartburg              1    8    0
Coe                  10         4    0          Malone               0     1           0            Washington            0    4    0
Colorado College     0          4    0          Manchester           0     1           0            Webster               4    2    0
Colorado Mines       1          0    0          Marian               0     1           0            Western Illinois JV   1    1    0
Concordia (IL)       2          1    0          Mary Hardin-Baylor   1     0           0            Wheaton               25   24   0
Cornell              13         7    1          Marymount            1     0           0            Whitman               0    1    0
Dana                 2          0    0          McKendree            1     0           0            William Penn          3    2    0
DePauw               1          0    0          Michigan-Dearborn    1     0           0            WI-Eau Claire         1    2    0
Dominican            4          0    0          Midland Lutheran     0     1           0            WI-LaCrosse           1    7    0
Dordt                0          1    0          Millikin             17    38          0            WI-Lutheran           2    0    0
Dubuque              6          15   1          Monmouth             24    20          2            WI-Oshkosh            6    10   0
Earlham              1          0    0          Moraine Valley       1     0           0            WI-Platteville        8    19   0
Eastern              1          0    0          Mount Mary           1     0           0            WI-River Falls        2    6    0
Edgewood             2          0    0          Mount Marty          1     0           0            WI-Stevens Pt         4    3    0
Elmhurst             11         34   0          Mount Mercy          3     7           0            WI-Stout              5    0    0
Emory                0          1    0          Mount St. Joseph     0     1           0            WI-Superior           1    0    0
Eureka               18         2    0          Muskingum            0     1           0            WI-Whitewater         0    9    0
Florissant Valley    1          0    0          Nazareth             1     0           0            Wayne State           0    1    0
Fontbonne            2          0    0          Nebraska Wesleyan    1     2           0            Wooster               1    0    0
Franklin             1          0    0          North Central        21    23          1
7 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
2009 COLLEGE CONFERENCE OF ILLINOIS & WISCONSIN FINAL VOLLEy-
BALL STANDINGS AND STATISTICS
TEAMS STATISTICAL LEADERS                                    INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS
                                                             (Players listed below meet or exceed the minimums and have played in at
                                                             least 50.00 percent of their team’s games.)
HITTING PERCENTAGE      G    Kills   Errs    Total   Pct
1. Carthage             23   282     96      765     .243    HITTING PERCENTAGE (Minimum .200/3.0 attacks per game)
2. North Central        24   274     89      795     .233    Player, Team                  G  Kills Errs Total Pct
3. Elmhurst             25   296     122     823     .211    1. O’Hara, Caitlin, ELMHURST  25 64 18 125        .368
4. Millikin             29   367     172     1030    .189    2. Hagen, Emily, IWU          26 71 21 159        .314
5. Illinois Wesleyan    26   282     128     841     .183    3. Cavanagh, Cindy, CARTHAGE  21 48 12 116        .310
6. Augustana            24   255     125     838     .155    4. O’Connell, Caitlin, NPU    22 33 8       83    .301
7. Wheaton College      24   259     113     945     .154    5. Wright, Crystal, NCC       24 78 21 190        .300
8. North Park           23   200     110     741     .121    6. Madeja, Michelle, CARTHAGE 15 60 20 135        .296
                                                             7. Swoboda, Rachel, CARTHAGE 23 50 9        140   .293
ASSISTS                 G    No.     Avg/G                   8. Brown, Kylee, MILLIKIN     29 57 21 123        .293
1. Millikin             29   329     11.34                   9. West, Lauren, MILLIKIN     29 54 17 127        .291
2. Carthage             23   249     10.83                   10. Mokros, Stacie, NCC       24 52 11 145        .283
3. Elmhurst             25   265     10.60
                                                             KILLS (Minimum 2.00 per game)
4. North Central        24   253     10.54
                                                             Player, Team                           G     No.   Avg/G
5. Illinois Wesleyan    26   260     10.00
                                                             1. Madeja, Michelle, CARTHAGE          15    60    4.00
6. Wheaton College      24   239     9.96                    2. Jungnickel, Courtney, AUGIE         24    92    3.83
7. Augustana            24   238     9.92                    3. Wright, Crystal, NCC                24    78    3.25
8. North Park           23   174     7.57                    4. England, Kelsy, MILLIKIN            29    92    3.17
                                                             5. Harner, Jenae, NCC                  18    51    2.83
KILLS                   G    No.     Avg/G                   6. Hagen, Emily, IWU                   26    71    2.73
1. Millikin             29   367     12.66                   7. Dembkowski, Lauren, CARTHAGE        23    61    2.65
2. Carthage             23   282     12.26                   8. Veasy Smith, Antoney, ELMHURST      25    66    2.64
3. Elmhurst             25   296     11.84                   9. McWilliams, Sarah, WHEATON          24    63    2.62
4. North Central        24   274     11.42                   10. Johnson, Lori, IWU                 26    68    2.62
5. Illinois Wesleyan    26   282     10.85
6. Wheaton College      24   259     10.79                   ASSISTS (Minimum 5.00 per game)
7. Augustana            24   255     10.62                   Player, Team                    G            No.   Avg/G
8. North Park           23   200     8.70                    1. Lally, Ryan, NCC             23           221   9.61
                                                             2. Hassinger, Stacy, IWU        26           243   9.35
                                                             3. Pancratz, Drewann, CARTHAGE  23           210   9.13
BLOCKS                  G    Solo    Asst    Total   Avg/G
                                                             4. Bailey, Allison, AUGIE       21           172   8.19
1. Carthage             23   12      95      59.5    2.59    5. McCallister, Jenna, WHEATON  24           175   7.29
2. Elmhurst             25   15      73      51.5    2.06    6. Cardott, Brittany, MILLIKIN  29           211   7.28
3. Illinois Wesleyan    26   14      78      53.0    2.04    7. Melville, Lindy, ELMHURST    21           132   6.29
4. Millikin             29   8       91      53.5    1.84
5. Wheaton College      24   9       56      37.0    1.54    SERVICE ACES (Minimum 0.10 per game)
6. North Park           23   10      39      29.5    1.28    Player, Team                    G  No.             Avg/G
7. North Central        24   9       39      28.5    1.19    1. Swoboda, Rachel, CARTHAGE    23 12              0.52
8. Augustana            24   14      21      24.5    1.02    2. Pancratz, Drewann, CARTHAGE  23 11              0.48
                                                             3. Dembkowski, Lauren, CARTHAGE 23 10              0.43
SERVICE ACES            G    No.     Avg/G                   4. Pace, Ashlie, WHEATON        24 10              0.42
1. Carthage             23   51      2.22                    5. Johnson, Gaby, IWU           23 9               0.39
2. Illinois Wesleyan    26   46      1.77                    6. Hassinger, Stacy, IWU        26 10              0.38
3. Elmhurst             25   38      1.52                    7. Wrobel, Jackie, IWU          26 9               0.35
                                                             8. Ryding, Stephanie, NCC       24 8               0.33
4. North Central        24   30      1.25
                                                             9. England, Kelsy, MILLIKIN     29 9               0.31
5. Wheaton College      24   26      1.08
                                                             10. Kirk, Teresa, IWU           13 4               0.31
6. Millikin             29   29      1.00
7. Augustana            24   23      0.96                    BLOCKS (Minimum 1.00 per game)
8. North Park           23   10      0.43                    Player, Team                 G         S     A     Total   Avg/G
                                                             1. Matusky, Amanda, CARTHAGE 19        2     24    26.0    1.37
DIGS                    G    No.     Avg/G                   2. Johnson, Lori, IWU        26        4     23    27.0    1.04
1. Millikin             29   627     21.62                   3. Fombelle, Paige, ELMHURST 25        7     18    25.0    1.00
2. North Park           23   452     19.65
3. Wheaton College      24   465     19.38                   DIGS (Minimum 1.00 per game)
4. Augustana            24   415     17.29                   Player, Team                 G         No.   Avg/G
5. Carthage             23   376     16.35                   1. Ryding, Stephanie, NCC    24        159   6.62
6. North Central        24   363     15.12                   2. Reed, Erin, MILLIKIN      29        179   6.17
7. Elmhurst             25   352     14.08                   3. Lundgren, Katie, CARTHAGE 23        130   5.65
8. Illinois Wesleyan    26   363     13.96                   4. Newell, Jami-Leigh, NPU   23        116   5.04
                                                             5. Pace, Ashlie, WHEATON     24        120   5.00
                                                             6. Slick, Shannon, AUGIE     23        106   4.61
                                                             7. Buechel, Katie, ELMHURST  25        108   4.32
                                                             8. Bieritz, Mallory, NPU     23        95    4.13
                                                             9. England, Kelsy, MILLIKIN  29        116   4.00
                                                             10. Murphy, Cassie, WHEATON  24        85    3.54




8 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
AUGUSTANA IN THE CCIW TOURNAMENT                                          1997 in Naperville, Illinois (2-2)
                                                                          lost to Elmhurst 3-0 (3-15; 11-15; 8-15)
                                                                          lost to Wheaton 3-1 (13-15; 11-15; 15-4; 10-15)
The College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin has held a post            beat North Park 3-1 (15-11; 15-11; 10-15; 15-6)
season tournament since 1986 and during that time frame Augus-            beat North Central 3-1 (15-13; 12-15; 15-10; 15-9) in fifth place match
tana has compiled a record of 44-38. The Vikings won the CCIW
                                                                          1996 in Bloomington, Illinois (5-0)
tournament in 1996 and placed second in 1994, 2001, 2002,
                                                                          beat Millikin 3-1 (17-15; 15-10; 13-15; 15-13)
2007 and in 2008. The tournament was a double elimination                 beat Wheaton 3-0 (15-5; 15-10; 15-13)
format from 1986 through 1991. In 1992 the tournament went to             beat Carthage 3-0 (15-10; 15-4; 15-9)
pool play with four teams advancing to the championship round.            beat Elmhurst 3-1 (18-16; 15-13; 9-15; 15-12)
In 2005 the tournament went to a play-in format with the four             beat Millikin 3-0 (15-7; 15-13; 15-9) in championship match
Tuesday night winners meeting at the highest remaining seed for
                                                                          1995 in Decatur, Illinois (3-2)
a four team championship format.                                          beat Elmhurst 3-1 (15-6; 15-9; 12-15; 15-7)
                                                                          beat North Central 3-0 (15-6; 15-11; 15-8)
2009 in Kenosha, Wisconsin (0-1)                                          beat Wheaton 3-1 (15-10; 16-14; 12-15; 15-7)
lost to North Central 3-1 (25-20; 25-16; 21-25; 25-20)                    lost to Illinois Wesleyan 3-2 (11-15; 16-14; 12-15; 15-12; 12-15)
                                                                          lost to Elmhurst 3-0 (15-17; 9-15; 10-15) in third place match
2008 in Kenosha, Wisconsin (2-1)
beat Illinois Wesleyan 3-0 (25-23; 25-21; 25-22) - in Bloomington, IL     1994 in Wheaton, Illinois (3-2)
beat North Central 3-1 (27-25; 22-25; 25-14; 25-20)                       beat North Park 3-0 (15-1; 15-1; 15-4)
lost to Carthage 1-3 (25-18; 15-25; 10-25; 23-25) in championship match   lost to Wheaton 3-0 (9-15; 10-15; 5-15)
                                                                          beat Carthage 3-1 (11-15; 16-14; 15-10; 16-14)
2007 in Kenosha, Wisconsin (2-1)                                          beat Illinois Wesleyan 3-1 (17-15; 7-15; 15-11; 15-3)
beat Millikin 3-1 (30-24; 26-30; 30-25; 37-35) - in Rock Island, IL       lost to Millikin 3-0 (5-15; 6-15; 8-15) in championship match
beat Wheaton 3-1 (29-31; 33-31; 30-25; 37-35)
lost to Carthage 3-0 (26-30; 20-30; 18-30) in championship match          1993 in Kenosha, Wisconsin (1-3)
                                                                          beat North Park 3-0 (15-5; 15-3; 15-7)
2006 in Bloomington, Illinois (0-1)                                       lost to Millikin 3-1 (12-15; 8-15; 16-14; 5-15)
lost to Illinois Wesleyan 3-0 (30-17, 30-26, 30-16)                       lost to Wheaton 2-3 (15-11; 8-15; 15-11; 8-15; 13-15)
                                                                          lost to Elmhurst 3-1 (12-15; 7-15; 15-13; 7-15) in fifth place match
2005 in Wheaton, Illinois (0-1)
lost to Wheaton 3-1 (21-30, 30-26, 30-27, 30-21)                          1992 in Rock Island, Illinois (2-2)
                                                                          beat Carthage 3-2 (9-15; 13-15; 15-5; 15-9; 15-10)
2004 in Naperville, Illinois (2-2)                                        lost to Elmhurst 3-2 15-12; 6-15; 7-15; 15-5; 7-15)
lost to Elmhurst 3-1 (30-14; 30-25; 32-34; 30-18)                         lost to Illinois Wesleyan 3-0 (6-15; 12-15; 5-16)
lost to Illinois Wesleyan 3-1 (30-27; 30-22; 28-30; 30-28)                beat Millikin 3-2 (14-16; 15-9; 11-15; 15-9; 15-12) in fifth place match
beat North Park 3-0 (30-27; 30-21; 34-32)
beat Wheaton 3-0 (30-18; 30-19; 30-25)                                    1991 in Elmhurst, Illinois (1-1)
                                                                          beat Wheaton 3-2 (15-7; 15-9; 9-15; 8-15; 15-8)
2003 in Bloomington, Illinois (1-3)                                       lost to Millikin 3-0 (11-15; 13-15; 8-15)
beat North Central 3-2 (25-30; 23-30; 30-27; 30-27; 16-14)
lost Carthage 3-0 (30-28; 31-29; 30-27)                                   1990 in Naperville, Illinois (1-1)
lost to Elmhurst 3-0 (31-29; 30-25; 30-24)                                beat Carroll 3-0 (15-8; 15-8; 15-9)
lost to Wheaton 3-1 (30-26; 19-30; 30-27; 30-23)                          lost to Illinois Wesleyan 3-0 (4-15; 9-15; 3-15)

2002 in Kenosha, Wisconsin (3-2)                                          1989 in Wheaton, Illinois (1-1)
beat North Park 3-0 (30-20;30-23; 30-24)                                  beat Carroll 3-0 (15-4; 15-9; 15-9)
beat Wheaton 3-1 (30-25; 31-29; 20-03; 30-28)                             lost to North Central 3-2 (15-11; 15-3; 9-15; 11-15; 10-15)
lost to Elmhurst 3-2 (30-19; 30-21; 28-30; 27-30; 15-10)
beat Carthage 3-2 (27-30; 30-27; 30-23; 28-30; 16-14)                     1988 in Waukesha, Wisconsin (1-1)
lost to Elmhurst 3-0 (30-22; 30-16; 30-24) in championship match          beat Carroll 3-0 (15-4; 15-9; 15-11)
                                                                          lost to North Park 3-1 (13-15; 15-5; 13-15; 7-15)
2001 in Decatur, Illinois (4-1)
beat Millikin 3-0 (30-13; 30-28; 30-16)                                   1987 in Naperville, Illinois (0-2)
beat Wheaton 3-0 (30-28; 30-20; 33-31)                                    lost to Millikin 3-0 (12-15; 17-19; 10-15)
beat Illinois Wesleyan 3-0 (30-26; 30-28; 30-25)                          lost to Illinois Wesleyan 3-1 (7-15; 15-12; 3-15; 13-15)
beat North Park 3-1 (30-28; 30-28; 26-30; 30-19)
lost to Elmhurst 3-0 (24-30; 25-30; 18-30) in championship match          1986 in Decatur, Illinois (3-2)
                                                                          lost to Wheaton 2-1 (15-11; 11-15; 6-15)
2000 in Wheaton, Illinois (4-1)                                           beat Carroll 2-0 (15-10; 17-15)
beat Illinois Wesleyan 3-0 (15-12; 15-9; 15-6)                            beat North Park 2-1 (11-15; 15-2; 15-8)
beat Millikin 3-1 (9-15; 19-17; 15-11; 15-13)                             beat Millikin 2-0 (16-14; 15-13)
beat Wheaton 3-2 (9-15; 12-15; 15-2; 15-10; 15-9)                         lost to Wheaton 2-0 (9-15; 8-15) in consolation championship
lost to North Central 3-1 (5-15; 10-15; 15-7; 4-15)
beat Wheaton 3-0 (15-8; 15-13; 15-12) in third place match                AUGUSTANA SERIES RECORDS IN CCIW TOURNAMENT
                                                                          OPPONENT                       W          L
1999 in Rock Island, Illinois (2-2)                                       Carthage                       5          3
beat Carthage 3-0 (15-11; 15-11; 15-4)                                    Carroll                        4          0
lost to Illinois Wesleyan 3-1 (4-15; 15-12; 9-15; 4-15)                   Elmhurst                       2          10
lost to Elmhurst 3-0 (9-15; 13-15; 13-15)                                 Illinois Wesleyan              4          8
beat Wheaton 3-1 (12-15; 15-11; 15-8; 15-6) in fifth place match          Millikin                       7          4
                                                                          North Central                  4          4
1998 in Elmhurst, Illinois (1-3)                                          North Park                     8          1
lost to Illinois Wesleyan 3-1 (15-6; 13-15; 14-16; 14-16)                 Wheaton                        10         8
lost to Wheaton 3-0 (8-15; 8-15; 13-15)                                   TOTAL                          44         37
beat North Park 3-0 (15-8; 15-12; 15-7)
lost to North Central 3-0 (9-15; 5-15; 11-15) in fifth place match

9 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
ALL TIME AUGUSTANA STATISTICAL LISTINGS
SINGLE SEASON TOP 10                  CAREER TOP 10                                 PER MATCH TOP 10
KILLS PER GAME                        KILLS                                         KILLS
4.66     Samantha Knox       2004     1,486     Callyn Dittmar      2000-03         32 Samantha Knox (Grinnell) 9/11/04
4.07     Callyn Dittmar      2003     1,360     Samantha Knox       2003-06         31 Lori Papineau (IWU) 10/08/02
                                                                                    30 Callyn Dittmar (No. Central) 11/04/03
3.89     Courtney Jungnickel 2009     1,330     Julie Constien      1998-01
                                                                                    30 Kristin Marsala (Wheaton) 11/21/91
3.62     Lori Papineau       2002     1,276     Amy Calderone       1997-00         29 Samantha Knox (Wheaton) 9/21/04
3.58     Ashley Borah        1996     1,255     Ashley Borah        1994-97         29 Samantha Knox (Loras) 9/25/04
3.29     Callyn Dittmar      2001     1,134     Lori Papineau       2000-02         28 Samantha Knox (Wis. Lutheran) 9/03/04
3.23     Amy Calderone       1999     1,080     Kristin Marsala     1990-93         28 Julie Constien (Elmhurst) 9/19/00
3.20     Julie Constien      2000     1,065     Courtney Jungnickel 2007-present    27 Samantha Knox (Wheaton) 10/09/04
3.12     Ashley Borah        1995     998       Kristen Barker      1995-99         27 Ashley Borah (Rosary) 9/21/96
3.08     Samantha Knox       2005     941       Mallory Thelander 2006-09
                                                                                    ASSISTS
                                                                                    77 Kiersten Madden (No Cent) 9/29/00
                                                                                    77 Carie Baughman (Rosary) 9/21/96
ASSISTS   PER GAME                    ASSISTS                                       67 Cory Tillman (Carthage) 11/09/02
11.24      Jaime Spolum        2007   4,257     Jaime Spolum        2005-08         67 Jaime Spolum (North Park) 10/24/06
10.77      Kiersten Madden     2000   4,050     Kiersten Madden     1998-01         65 Jaime Spolum (UW-River Falls) 1013/07
10.63      Jenny Preuss        2004   3,027     Carie Baughman      1994-97         64 Jaime Spolum (Luther) 10/05/07
10.59      Kiersten Madden     2001   2,379     Jenny Preuss        2003-05         63 Kiersten Madden (Millikin) 11/03/00
10.15      Carie Baughman      1996   1,897     Kathy Royer         1993-95         63 Jenny Preuss (Wheaton) 9/21/04
                                                                                    62 Kiersten Madden (UW-Stout) 10/26/01
9.87       Cory Tillman        2002   1,650     Cory Tillman        1999-02         60 Jaime Spolum (Luther) 10/06/07
9.78       Jaime Spolum        2006   1,073     Amy Sandgren        1990-92         60 Kiersten Madden (Wheaton) 11/03/00
9.67       Carie Baughman      1997   1,005     Beth Thomas         1987-90         60 Cory Tillman (Elmhurst) 10/22/02
9.28       Jenny Preuss        2003   1,004     Robin Samuelson     1990-92
9.08       Kendra Anderson     2003   912       Kendra Anderson     2002-03         ACES
                                                                                    9   Mandy Murray (St. Mary’s) 9/14/02
                                                                                    9   Shawna Nelsen (Coe) 9/21/91
                                                                                    8   Jenna Loncar (Mt. Mary) 10/27/07
ACES PER GAME                         SERVICE   ACES
                                                                                    8   Kristen Barker (Ill. Wes) 10/26/96
0.63    Mandy Murray        2001      184        Mandy Murray        1999-02        7   Melissa Greene (No Central) 11/02/89
0.52    Kirstin Buck        1986      164        Callyn Dittmar      2000-03        7   Heather Husek (Monmouth) 10/03/90
0.50    Jenna Howard        2007      157        Courtney Jungnickel 2007-present   7   Kristen Barker (Eureka) 9/12/98
0.50    Kiersten Madden     2001      155        Kiersten Madden     1998-01        7   Tricia Keefe (St. Mary’s) 9/05/98
0.48    Courtney Jungnickel 2009      151        Samantha Knox       2003-06        7   Kiersten Madden (Carleton) 09/01/01
0.48    Samantha Knox       2005      140        Rachel Uhrig        2006-09        7   Mandy Murray (Howard Payne) 08/31/01
0.48    Mandy Murray        2002      134        Jaime Spolum        2005-08        7   Courtney Jungnickel (Grinnell) 09/25/09
0.47    Lori Papineau       2002      130        Lori Papineau       2000-02        BLOCKS
0.46    Courtney Jungnickel 2007      121        Kristen Barker      1995-99        24 Carla Reiter (UW-Stout) 9/09/89
0.46    Jaime Spolum        2005      118        Tammy Pitzer        1992-95        23 Mary McGivern (St. Ambrose) 9/20/88
0.46    Callyn Dittmar      2003                                                    18 Melissa Greene (UW-Platteville) 9/25/89
0.46    Kirstin Buck        1987      BLOCKS                                        18 Kelly Engelbrecht (Millikin)10/01/96
                                      576       Julie Constien      1998-01         18 Julie Constien (Millikin) 9/12/00
                                      570       Kristen Barker      1995-99         17 Kiersten Madden (Millikin) 9/12/00
BLOCKS    PER GAME                    464       Lori Papineau       2000-02         17 Carla Reiter (Knox) 10/02/89
                                                                                    17 Jennifer Black (Carthage) 11/05/92
2.37       Carla Reiter        1989   404       Ashley Borah        1994-97         17 Jennifer Black (Elmhurst) 11/07/92
2.25       Kristen Barker      1996   359       Tricia Keefe        1995-98         16 Seven tied - latest Julie Constien
1.96       Julie Constien      2001   339       Lindsey Linkimer    2003-06             (UW-Stout) 10/26/01
1.93       Kelly Engelbrecht   1996   300       Kelly Engelbrecht   1995-97
1.65       Shawna Nelsen       1990   300       Shawna Nelsen       1989-91         DIGS
1.66       Jennifer Black      1992   277       Kristin Marsala     1990-93         50 Rachel Uhrig (North Central) 9/18/07
1.49       Melissa Greene      1989   277       Jennifer Black      1990-92         47 Jill Callaghan (Dubuque) 9/03/04
                                                                                    47 Heather Husek (UW-Platteville) 9/25/89
1.45       Tricia Keefe        1996
                                                                                    46 Jill Calaghan (Benedictine) 9/01/04
1.36       Kristin Buck        1987   DIGS                                          44 Rachel Uhrig (William Penn) 8/31/07
1.33       Lori Papineau       2002   1,650     Callyn Dittmar      2000-03         44 Jeanna Dalton (North Central) 10/18/05
                                      1,541     Rachel Uhrig        2006-09         44 Ashley Borah (Ill. Wesleyan) 10/26/96
DIGS PER GAME                         1,530     Amy Calderone       1997-00         40 Katie Vegter (Elmhurst) 10/01/03
5.95     Jeanna Dalton         2005   1,420     Jeanna Dalton       2002-05         39 Jeanna Dalton (North Park) 10/07/05
5.92     Katie Vegter          2003   1,310     Ashley Borah        1994-97         39 Katie Vegter (Leb. Valley) 08/31/03
5.59     Rachel Uhrig          2007   1,296     Mandy Murray        1999-02         39 Katie Vegter (Anderson) 09/27/03
5.10     Rachel Uhrig          2006   1,260     Katie Vegter        2000-03
                                                                                    updated through 2009 season
4.64     Jeanna Dalton         2004   1,180     Courtney Jungnickel 2007-present
4.56     Shannon Slick         2009   1,128     Mallory Thelander 2006-09
4.51     Nicole Campagna       2004   1,073     Kiersten Madden     1998-01
4.26     Gina Schilling        2005
4.19     Callyn Dittmar        2003
4.13     Callyn Dittmar        2000
4.13     Amy Calderone         2000




10 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
                                AUGUSTANA VIKINGS YEAR BY STATISTICAL LEADERS
yEAR        KILLS                         ASSISTS                     BLOCKS                     DIGS                        ACES
2009        3.89 - Courtney Jungnickel    8.23 - Allison Bailey       0.70 - Brianna Skeens     4.56   -   Shannon Slick     0.48   -   Courtney Jungnickel
2008        2.39 - Courtney Jungnickel    5.54 - Jamie Spolum         0.96 - Angela Baumgartner 3.30   -   Jackie Rust       0.41   -   Jenna Howard
2007        2.74 - Courtney Jungnickel    11.24 - Jaime Spolum        0.82 - Angela Baumgartner 5.59   -   Rachel Uhrig      0.50   -   Jenna Howard
2006        2.79 - Erin Reeverts          9.78 - Jaime Spolum         0.74 - Lindsay Linkimer   5.10   -   Rachel Uhrig      0.37   -   Rachel Uhrig
                                                                      0.74 - Marissa Banks
2005        3.08   -   Samantha Knox      8.73 - Jaime Spolum         0.86 - Lindsay Linkimer   5.95   -   Jeanna Dalton     0.48   -   Samantha Knox
2004        4.66   -   Samantha Knox      10.63 - Jenny Preuss        0.83 - Lindsey Linkimer   4.64   -   Jeanna Dalton     0.36   -   Samantha Knox
2003        4.07   -   Callyn Dittmar      9.28 - Jenny Preuss        0.86 - Emily Schmitt      5.92   -   Katie Vetger      0.46   -   Callyn Dittmar
2002        3.62   -   Lori Papineau       9.87 - Cory Tillman        1.33 - Lori Papineau      4.09   -   Mandy Murray      0.48   -   Mandy Murray
2001        3.29   -   Callyn Dittmar     10.59 - Kiersten Madden     1.96 - Julie Constien     3.24   -   Lori Papineau     0.63   -   Mandy Murray
2000        3.20   -   Julie Constien     10.77 - Kiersten Madden     1.14 - Julie Constien     4.13   -   Amy Calderone     0.32   -   Kiersten Madden
                                                                                                4.13   -   Callyn Dittmar
1999        3.23 - Amy Calderone          8.59 - Kiersten Madden      1.08 - Bethany Wotal      3.93   -   Amy Calderone     0.35   -   Kiersten Madden
                                                                                                                             0.35   -   Jes Bazzell
1998        2.74 - Tricia Keefe           7.67 - Kiersten Madden      0.98 - Kristen Barker      3.67 - Tricia Keefe         0.41   -   Kristen Barker
1997        2.94 - Ashley Borah           9.67 - Carie Baughman       0.74 - Kelly Engelbrecht   4.04 - Sarah Bengtson       0.18   -   Carie Baughman
                                                                                                                             0.18   -   Kelly Engelbrecht
1996        3.58   -   Ashley Borah       10.15 - Carie Baughman      2.25 - Kristen Barker      3.55 - Ashley Borah         0.26   -   Kristen Barker
1995        3.12   -   Ashley Borah       7.54 - Kathy Royer          1.23 - Ashley Borah        3.70 - Ashley Borah         0.34   -   Tammy Pitzer
1994        2.66   -   Tammy Pitzer       5.22 - Kathy Royer          0.95 - Ashley Borah        2.77 - Kelly Regan          0.39   -   Tammy Pitzer
1993        2.94   -   Kristin Marsala    5.55 - Kathy Royer          0.70 - Becky Miller        1.89 - Kristin Marsala      0.34   -   Tammy Pitzer
1992        2.86   -   Jennifer Black     4.18 - Robin Samuelson      1.66 - Jennifer Black      0.70 - Kristin Marsala      0.36   -   Stacey Tassart
                                                                                                                             0.36   -   Tracie Selner
1991      2.19 - Marcia Gerlach        4.05 - Robin Samuelson       0.96 - Shawna Nelsen      0.98 - Kris Hansen             0.36   -   Shawna Nelsen
1990      2.20 - Heather Husek         3.48 - Beth Thomas           1.65 - Shawna Nelsen      1.52 - Heather Husek           0.22   -   Heather Husek
1989      2.38 - Mary McGivern         4.21 - Beth Thomas           2.37 - Carla Reiter       3.70 - Heather Husek           0.32   -   Melissa Greene
1988      3.05 - Mary McGivern         3.98 - Beth Thomas           1.01 - Mary McGivern      0.39 - Diane Shirley           0.23   -   Diane Shirley
1987      2.36 - Mary McGivern                                      1.36 - Kirstin Buck                                      0.46   -   Kirstin Buck
1986      2.18 - Mary McGivern                                      0.46 - Kirstin Buck                                      0.52   -   Kirstin Buck
PLEASE NOTE: Individual statistics were not kept prior to 1986...All averages are based on per-game numbers.

AUGUSTANA COLLEGE VIKINGS VOLLEyBALL
SCHOOL RECORDS
SINGLE MATCH
KILLS:   32, Samantha Knox vs. Grinnell 9/11/04
ASSISTS: 77, Carie Baughman vs. Rosary 9/21/96 & Kiersten Madden vs.
         North Central 9/29/00
ACES:    9, Shawna Nelsen vs. Coe 9/21/91
         9, Mandy Murray vs. St. Mary’s 9/14/02
BLOCKS: 24, Carla Reiter vs. Wisconsin-Stout 9/09/89
DIGS:    50, Rachel Uhrig vs. North Central 9/18/07
SINGLE SEASON - PER GAME
KILLS:   4.66, Samantha Knox, 2004
ASSISTS: 11.24, Jaime Spolum, 2007
ACES:    0.63, Mandy Murray, 2001
BLOCKS: 2.37, Carla Reiter, 1989
DIGS:    5.95, Jeanna Dalton 2005
CAREER
KILLS:   1,486, Callyn Dittmar 2000-03
ASSISTS: 4,257 Jamie Spolum 2005-08
ACES:    184, Mandy Murray 1999-02
BLOCKS: 576, Julie Constien 1998-01
DIGS:    1,650, Callyn Dittmar 2000-03



ALL-TIME AUGUSTANA COACHING RECORDS
COACH                   YRS              W       L        T        PCT
Liesl Fowler            10 (1992-01)     222     138      0        .617
Adolfo Alejo            9 (1979-87)      113     162      15       .416
Becky Geyer             3 (1989-91)      50      57       0        .467
Betsy Knott             3 (2002-04)      49      64       0        .434
Stacey Ruff             3 (2005-07)      47      52       0        .474
Janelle Hester          2 (2008-2009)    34      33       0        .507
Mary Boehm              2 (1976-77)      28      18       0        .609
Dorothy Wells           1 (1988)         18      19       0        .486
Paulette Stein          1 (1978)         4       19       1        .188
AUGUSTANA               34               565     562      16       .501
ALL-TIME                                                                        Rachel Uhrig finished her career in 2009 second in Augustana’s record
                                                                                book for career digs with 1,541. She also holds the record for digs in a
                                                                                single match with 50 against North Central in 2007.
11 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
2009 VOLLEyBALL REVIEW


    Courtney Jungnickel leads young Vikings in 2009 season
Youth was the theme for the 2009 Augustana volleyball program. Second           Uhrig will graduate in May with the second highest career digs total ever
year head coach Janelle Hester’ had a team that had just three seniors          for the Vikings. She finished with 1,541, 109 shy of the school record com-
and a junior with the rest of the playing time being split between fresh-       piled by Callyn Dittmar from 2000-03. Uhrig is sixth on the career service
men and sophomores. Predictably, there were some ups and downs as the           aces list with 140. Thelander ended her career in ninth place in career kills
Vikings finished the year 11-21 overall and 2-5 in the College Conference       with 1,180. Slick’s average of 4.56 digs per game is the sixth best single
of Illinois & Wisconsin.                                                        season average ever for the Vikings.

A killer schedule didn’t help, especially in the early going of the campaign.   Jungnickel earned second team all-conference honors and she was named
In the first eight matches the Vikings faced three teams (Hope, Washing-        to the all-tournament team in three different tournaments throughout the
ton and Wisconsin-Oshkosh) that would end the season in the NCAA Divi-          season (UW-Oshkosh Invitational, Grinnell Tournament and Illinois Wes-
sion III Final Four. Before the season was 13 matches old Hester’s team         leyan Invitational). Skeens was named to the all-tournament team in the
would face one team that was ranked as high as third in NCAA Division           Grinnell Tournament and the Mabel Lee Invitational in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
III (Carthage) and another squad (St. Ambrose) that would qualify for the
NAIA national tournament.                                                       2009 AUGUSTANA VOLLEyBALL SUPERLATIVES
After starting the year with six straight losses and a 2-11 record after 13     CCIW ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS: Courtney Jungnickel (2nd)
matches, the Vikings caught fire and won nine of the next 11 matches to
move to 11-12 on the year. However, after beating Coe by a 3-1 margin           CCIW ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE: Bridget Reich, Mallory Thelander, Rachel Uhrig,
                                                                                Colleen Fitzpatrick, Courtney Jungnickel, Katie Devore, Nicole Jones, Jessica Scott,
on Saturday, October 10 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Augustana would not win
                                                                                Casey Komel, Kelsey Mikula, Shannon Slick
another match for the rest of the year.
                                                                                ALL TOURNAMENT SELECTIONS
Junior outside hitter Courtney Jungnickel (Naperville Central HS, Naper-        Courtney Jungnickel @ UW-Oshkosh Invitational on 09/11-12 in Oshkosh, Wiscon-
ville, Ill.) was the offensive ringleader. She pounded out 424 kills in 109     sin…Courtney Jungnickel & Brianna Skeens @ Grinnell Tournament on 09/25-26
games for an average of 3.89 per game. She hit at a .234 clip for the           in Grinnell, Iowa…Brianna Skeens @ Mabel Lee Invitational on 10/09-10 in Cedar
season with 424 kills and 170 errors in 1,085 total attempts. She also led      Rapids, Iowa…Courtney Jungnickel @ Illinois Wesleyan Invitational on 10/30-31 in
                                                                                Bloomington, Illinois.
the team in service aces with 52 (0.48 per game) and was second in digs
with 409 (3.75 per game). Jungnickel led the CCIW in service aces and           CCIW STATICSTICAL LEADERS – INDIVIDUAL
was second in kills.                                                            Kills – Courtney Jungnickel, 3.89 kills per game (424 kills in 109 games) – overall
                                                                                Service Aces – Courtney Jungnickel, 0.48 service aces per game (52 service aces in
Sophomore Brianna Skeens (Vernon Hills HS, Libertyville, Ill.) was second       109 games) – overall
on the team in kills with a 1.81 average as she recorded 212 kills on 117
games. She led the team in blocks with 82 (28 solo and 54 assists). Senior      TEAM AWARDS
Mallory Thelander (Evanston HS, Evanston, Ill.) was right behind Skeens in      MOST VALUABLE PLAYER – Bridget Reich & Courtney Jungnickel
                                                                                AUGIE AWARD – Shannon Slick (varsity) & Sarah Williams (junior varsity)
kills with a 1.80 average. She pounded out 182 kills in 101 games and she
                                                                                MOST IMPROVED PLAYER – Katie Devore
also managed 215 digs for a 2.13 average.
                                                                                TOP TEN LISTS
The Vikings had three other players who averaged more than 1.25 kills           CAREER TOP TEN LISTINGS (additions from 2009)
per game. Senior Bridget Reich (Pleasant Valley HS, Bettendorf, Iowa),          Kills – 1,065, Courtney Jungnickel moves into eighth place
who made a courageous comeback from off-season knee surgery, saw                Service Aces – 157, Courtney Jungnickel moves into third place and 140, Rachel
action in just 45 games but managed 67 kills for a 1.49 average. Junior         Uhrig moves into sixth place
Jenna Loncar (Marist HS, Chicago, Ill.) checked in at 1.34 kills per game       Digs – 1,541, Rachel Uhrig moves into second place…1,180, Courtney Jungnickel
                                                                                moves into eighth place and 1,128, Mallory Thelander moves into ninth place.
while junior Jenna Luck (Hall Township HS, Spring Valley, Ill.) finished the
year at 1.33.                                                                   SINGLE SEASON TOP TEN LISTINGS (additions from 2009)
                                                                                Kills per game – 3.89 (424 kills in 109 games), Courtney Jungnickel
Junior Allison Bailey (Libertyville HS, Green Oaks, Ill.) ended up handling     Aces per game – 0.48 (89 service aces in 109 games), Courtney Jungnickel
most of the setting responsibilities. She played in 97 games and totaled        Digs per game – 4.56 (533 kills in 117 games), Shannon Slick
798 assists for an average of 8.23 per game. She had 182 total blocks
and 15 service aces. Sophomore Nicole Jones (Yorkville HS, Yorkville, Ill.)
and freshman Kelsey Mikula (Coal City HS, Coal City, Ill.) also saw some
action at setter. Jones played in 21 games and averaged 4.33 assists per
game while Mikula played in 37 and finished the year with 4.35 assists per
game.

Freshman Shannon Slick (Rockton Hononegah HS, Roscoe, Ill.) was the
top defensive player as she led the team in digs with 533 in 117 games
for an average of 4.56 per game. Senior Rachel Uhrig (Wheaton North HS,
Winfield, Ill.) had 242 digs in 81 games for a 2.99 average.

Although she still has one year left in her career, Jungnickel etched her
name in the top 10 career categories three times. She is currently third
in service aces with 157 and she is eighth in both kills (1,065) and digs
(1,180). Her average of 3.89 kills per game in 2009 is the third highest
ever recorded in the history of Augustana volleyball while she is fifth in
single season service aces per game (0.48).




12 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
AUGUSTANA VOLLEYBALL HISTORY
               Overall                             CCIW
YEAR           W           L           T           W         L          T          CCIW FINISH                                   HEAD COACH
1976           13          6           0                                                                                         Mary Boehm
1977           15          12          0                                                                                         Mary Boehm
1978           4           19          1                                                                                         Paulette Stein
1979           13          12          0                                                                                         Adolfo Alejo
1980           13          12          0                                                                                         Adolfo Alejo
1981           6           13          0                                                                                         Adolfo Alejo
1982           21          17          3                                                                                         Adolfo Alejo
1983           10          17          6                                                                                         Adolfo Alejo
1984           10          28          2                                                                                         Adolfo Alejo
1985           19          17          4                                                                                         Adolfo Alejo
1986           13          34          0           2         6          0          8th                                           Adolfo Alejo
1987           8           12          0           5         3          0          4th                                           Adolfo Alejo
1988           18          19          0           2         6          0          8th                                           Dorothy Wells
1989           17          14          0           3         5          0          7th                                           Becky Geyer
1990           16          19          0           3         5          0          7th                                           Becky Geyer
1991           17          24          0           2         6          0          8th                                           Becky Geyer
1992           23          17          0           3         4          0          6th                                           Liesl Fowler
1993           17          22          0           3         4          0          5th                                           Liesl Fowler
1994           22          14          0           4         3          0          4th                                           Liesl Fowler
1995           22          10          0           6         1          0          2nd                                           Liesl Fowler
1996           23          12          0           4         3          0          1st                                           Liesl Fowler
1997           21          15          0           5         2          0          3rd (tie)                                     Liesl Fowler
1998           20          17          0           4         3          0          5th                                           Liesl Fowler
1999           21          16          0           3         4          0          5th                                           Liesl Fowler
2000           24          10          0           4         3          0          2nd                                           Liesl Fowler
2001           29          5           0           7         0          0          1st (tie)                                     Liesl Fowler
2002           23          17          0           3         4          0          4th (tie)                                     Betsy Knott
2003           16          22          0           4         3          0          3rd                                           Betsy Knott
2004           10          25          0           2         5          0          6th                                           Betsy Knott
2005           19          15                      3         4                     4th (tie)                                     Stacey Ruff
2006           6           24          0           2         5          0          7th                                           Stacey Ruff
2007           22          13          0           6         1          0          2nd                                           Stacey Ruff
2008           23          12          0           2         5          0          6th (tie)                                     Janelle Hester
2009           11          21          0           2         5          0          5th (tie)                                     Janelle Hester
TOTALS         565         562         16          84        90         0



ALL TIME AUGUSTANA                                        1986:      Laura Strombeck (HM)                                Jungnickel, Katie Devore, Nicole Jones,
                                                                                                                         Jessica Scott, Casey Komel, Kelsey Mikula,
AWARD WINNERS                                             VERIZON/COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA                            Shannon Slick
                                                          2001:    Kiersten Madden                            2008:      Angela Baumgartner, Jackie Dickens,
CCIW ALL-CONFERENCE                                       1997:    Kelly Engelbrecht                                     Jenna Howard, Courney Jungnickel,
2009:    Courtney Jungnickel (2nd)                        1995:    Kelly Regan                                           Lisa Neverman, Bridget Reich, Ellise
2008:    Jamie Spolum (2nd); Angela Baumgartner           1991:    Shawna Nelsen                                         Rhoades, Maddie Shaw, Mallory Thelander,
         (HM); Courtney Jungnickel (HM)                                                                                  Rachel Uhrig
2007:    Jaime Spolum (1st); Mallory Thelander            LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD ALL-AMERICAN                   2007:      Lisa Neverman, Angela Baumgartner,
         (2nd); Courtney Jungnickel (HM); Rachel          2000:    Kiersten Madden                                       Bridget Reich, Maddie Shaw, Mallory
         Uhrig (HM)                                                                                                      Thelander, Rachel Uhrig, Jackie Dickens,
2006:    Erin Reeverts (HM); Jaime Spolum                 NCAA DIVISION III MIDWEST REGION                               Jenna Howard, Courtney Jungnickel, Elise
         (HM)                                             2001:     Kiersten Madden                                      Meyer
2005:    Erin Reeverts (2nd); Jeanna Dalton                                                                   2006:      Angela Baumgartner, Randi Higel,
         (HM)                                             CCIW PLAYER OF THE YEAR                                        Samantha Knox, Lisa Neverman, Erin
2004:    Samantha Knox (2nd)                              2001:    Kiersten Madden                                       Reeverts, Rachel Uhrig.
2003:    Callyn Dittmar (1st)                                                                                 2005:      Jeanna Dalton, Randi Higel, Samantha
2002:    Lori Papineau (1st)                              COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT                                   Knox
2001:    Kiersten Madden (1st); Julie Constien (1st);     2008:    Angela Baumgartner                         2002:      Cory Tillman
         Callyn Dittmar (2nd); Lori Papineau (HM)         2007:    Angela Baumgartner                         2001:      Kiersten Madden
2000:    Amy Calderone (1st); Kiersten Madden             2006:    Samantha Knox                              1996:      Ashley Borah
         (2nd); Julie Constien (3rd)                      2005:    Samantha Knox & Jeanna Dalton              1995:      Kelly Regan
1999:    Amy Calderone (2nd); Kristen Barker (HM)         2004:    Samantha Knox                              1994:      Becky Miller
1998:    Kristen Barker (2nd); Tricia Keefe (2nd);        2001:    Kiersten Madden                            1992:      Jennifer Black
         Amy Calderone (3rd)                              2000:    Kiersten Madden
1997:    Ashley Borah (1st); Carie Baughman (2nd)         1997:    Ashley Borah & Kelly Engelbrecht           CCIW ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
         Kelly Engelbrecht (2nd)                          1996:    Ashley Borah                               2008:     Jackie Rust; Angela Baumgartner
1996:    Ashley Borah (1st); Carie Baughman (2nd);        1995:    Kelly Regan                                2007:     Mallory Thelander, Jaime Spolum
         Kristen Barker (2nd)                             1994:    Kelly Regan & Nancy Werner                 2002:     Lori Papineau
1995:    Ashley Borah (1st); Tammy Pitzer (2nd);          1993:    Tracie Selner                              2001:     Kiersten Madden; Julie Constien; Callyn
         Kelly Regan (HM)                                 1992:    Jennifer Black                                       Dittmar
1994:    Tammy Pitzer (1st)                               1991:    Shawna Nelsen                              2000:     Amy Calderone; Kiersten Madden
1993:    Kristin Marsala (1st); Tammy Pitzer (HM)         1990:    Shawna Nelsen                              1996:     Ashley Borah
1992:    Jennifer Black (1st); Kristin Marsala (HM)       1989:    Mary McGivern                              1995:     Ashely Borah; Tammy Pitzer
1991:    Marcia Gerlach (3rd)                             1988:    Diane Shirley                              1994:     Tammy Pitzer
1990:    Heather Husek (2nd)                                                                                  1993:     Kristen Marsala
1989:    Mary McGivern (2nd); Carla Reiter (HM)           CCIW ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE                        1987:     Kirsten Buck
1988:    Heather Husek (3rd)                              2009:    Bridget Reich, Mallory Thelander, Rachel
1987:    Kirsten Buck (2nd)                                        Uhrig, Colleen Fitzpatrick, Courtney
13 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
ALL TIME AUGUSTANA                   Greene, Melissa 1988-89
                                     Groth, Cathy 1990-91
                                                                        Pendarvis, Vicki 1977
                                                                        Peterson, Julie 1979-80
LETTERWINNERS                        H
                                                                        Peterson, Sue 1981-82-83
                                                                        Pitzer, Tammy 1992-93-94-95
                                     Hansen, Kris 1988-89; 91           Preuss, Jenny 2003-04-05
A
Anderson, Kendra 2003                Harbert, Sarah 1997-98
                                     Haren, Aryan 1996                  R
Anderson, Laura 2004
                                     Heermans, Jenny 1979-80-81         Raisbeck, Angela 1998-99
Anderson, Lisa 1982-83-84-85
                                     Henrikson, Diane 1976-77           Reeverts, Erin 2004-05-06
Ahlman, Dawn 1974
                                     Hesling, Lucy 1978; 1980-81        Reeverts, Randa 2001
                                     Higel, Randi 2004-05-06            Regan, Kelly 1993-94-95
B
                                     Hilger, Marisa 2001-02-03          Reich, Bridget 2007-08-09
Bailey, Allison 2009
                                     Hollandsworth, Erin - 2007-08-09   Reiter, Carla 1988-89
Banks, Marissa 2006-07
                                     Hostetler, Vicki 1974              Rhoades, Ellise 2008
Barber, LeAnn 2001
                                     Howard, Deanna 1975-76-77-78       Rodriguez, Faith 1999
Barker, Kristen 1995-96; 98-99
                                     Howard, Jenna - 2007-08            Roehrs, Darcy 1994
Baughman, Carie 1994-95-96-97
                                     Husek, Heather 1987-88-89-90       Roling, Emily 2001-02-03
Bauman, Pat 1974
                                                                        Royer, Kathy 1993-94-95
Baumgartner, Angela 2006-07-08
                                     I                                  Rust, Jackie, 2008
Bazzell, Jessie 1998-99
Bean, Roxanne 1988                   Ikuta, Courtney 1998
                                                                        S
Bengtson, Sarah 1995-96-97
                                     J                                  Salley, Kathy 1982-83
Bertram, Nancy 1977-78
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Berry, Tonya 1984-85
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Billingsley, Diane 1979-80-81
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Black, Jennifer 1990-91-92
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Blout, Naydeen 1987-88-89
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Boerma, Britney 2003
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Bock, Sue 1976-77-78-79
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Borah, Ashley 1994-95-96-97
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Borhart, Jessie - 1999-00
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Bowes, Brittany 1996; 98
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                                     Parthen, Heather 1993-94-95-96
14 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
The College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin

Now in its 65th year, the College Conference of Illinois &
Wisconsin (CCIW) enjoys a reputation as the “Best Small-College        In volleyball the Vikings own two league titles, an outright crown
Conference in the Nation.” The league was formed with nine char-       in 1996 and a co-championship in 2001. Augustana has second
ter members (Augustana, Carthage, Elmhurst, Illinois College,          place finishes in 1995, 2000 and 2007 and six times (1994, 1996,
Illinois Wesleyan, Lake Forest, Millikin, North Central, and           2001, 2002, 2007 & 2008) has played in the title match in the CCIW
Wheaton) on April 26, 1946 in Jacksonville, Illinois. Competition      tournament.
opened in the 1946-47 academic year as the College Conference
of Illinois.
                                                                       AUGUSTANA’S ALL-TIME TEAM
Carthage left the conference in 1952 but returned in 1961. In 1967
                                                                       CCIW CHAMPIONS
the name was changed to the College Conference of Illinois &
Wisconsin to recognize Carthage, which had moved to Kenosha,           MEN (136)
Wisconsin from Carthage, Illinois in 1962, and Carroll, which          BASEBALL: 1952-65-68-74 (Division Champs in 1989-96)
entered the league in 1955.                                            BASKETBALL: 1963-71-72-73-74-81-82-93-03-06-07-08
                                                                       CROSS COUNTRY: 1969-70
As is often the case with athletic conferences, CCIW member-           FOOTBALL: 1949-66-68-75-81-82-83-84-85-86-87-88-90-91-93-
ship has experienced some changes since the league’s inception.        94-97-99-01-05-06
After Carthage left in 1952, Illinois College withdrew the following   GOLF: 1955-64-65-66-69-72-73-75-76-78-79-80-81-82-97-99
year. Elmhurst and Wheaton left following the 1959-60 academic         SOCCER: 2002
year. Wheaton rejoined for all sports but football in 1967 and then    SWIMMING & DIVING: 1947-48-49-67-69-70-71-82
for football in 1970. Elmhurst rejoined in the fall of 1967 for all    TENNIS: 1947-48-55-56-60-65-66-67-68-70-72-74-75-77-78-81-
sports but football and for football in the 1968 season. Carroll       82-83-84-85
joined officially with the 1955 spring sports seasons. Carthage        TRACK & FIELD:
returned in 1961 and North Park entered the following fall. Lake       1964-65-67-68-69-70-72-73-74-80-81-82-83-84-08-10
Forest dropped out at the end of the 1962-63 year. The last change     WRESTLING: 1963-64-65-66-67-68-69-70-71-72-74-75-79-80-82-
in CCIW membership came following the 1991-92 season when              83-84-85-86-87-88-89-90-91-92-93-94-95-96-98-99-00-01-02-
Carroll withdrew.                                                      03-04

Now eight members strong, the CCIW continues its tradition of          WOMEN (38)
athletic and academic excellence. The league sanctioned women’s        BASKETBALL: 1987-89-90-91-93
sports for the first time in the 1986-87 school year and Augustana     CROSS COUNTRY: 1990-91-94-96-97-98
participated in the first ever women’s competition. That was on        SOCCER: 2009
September 14, 1986 when the Vikings met North Central in a vol-        SOFTBALL: 2004-06
leyball match that was held at Elmhurst College.                       SWIMMING & DIVING: 1988-89-90-93-95-97
                                                                       TENNIS: 1993-94-96-97
The College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin sanctions 21            TRACK & FIELD: 1988-91-93-94-95-96-97-98-99-00-01-08
sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and wom-         VOLLEYBALL: 1996-01
en’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and
women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s
and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s indoor track & field,
men’s and women’s outdoor track & field, volleyball and wrestling.

Augustana will welcome its 11th women’s varsity sport, lacrosse,
for the 2010-11 season. Augustana will also be welcoming men’s
lacrosse as its 12th men’s varsity sport for the 2011-12 season.
Neither women’s nor men’s lacrosse is currently a CCIW sport.

Augustana owns more CCIW team championships than any other
school in the league with 174 total. Of those 174, the men have
won 136 and 38 belong to the women.


15 - AUGUSTANA VIKINGS
Augustana Vikings
2010 Volleyball Schedule
DATE                               OPPONENT                         SITE                        TIME
September 1                        Concordia                        Chicago, Illinois           7 p.m.
September 3                        Elmhurst Tournament              Elmhurst, Illinois          TBA
September 4                        Elmhurst Tournament              Elmhurst, Illinois          TBA
September 8                        St. Ambrose                      HOME                        7 p.m.
September 10                       California Lutheran Tournament   Thousand Oaks, California   TBA
September 11                       California Lutheran Tournament   Thousand Oaks, California   TBA
September 14                       *Carthage                        Kenosha, Wisconsin          7 p.m.
September 16                       Ashford                          HOME                        7 p.m.
September 21                       *Wheaton                         HOME                        7 p.m.
September 24                       UW-Platteville Tournament        Platteville, Wisconsin      TBA
September 25                       UW-Platteville Tournament        Platteville, Wisconsin      TBA
September 28                       *North Park                      Chicago, Illinois           6 p.m.
October 1                          Illinois Wesleyan Tournament     Bloomington, Illinois       TBA
October 2                          Illinois Wesleyan Tournament     Bloomington, Illinois       TBA
October 5                          *Illinois Wesleyan               HOME                        7 p.m.
October 9                          Cornell Triangular               Mount Vernon, Iowa          TBA
October 12                         *Elmhurst                        Elmhurst, Illinois          7 p.m.
October 19                         *North Central                   HOME                        7:30 p.m.
October 26                         *Millikin                        Decatur, Illinois           7 p.m.
October 29                         Benedictine Tournament           Lisle, Illinois             TBA
October 30                         Benedictine Tournament           Lisle, Illinois             TBA
November 2                         CCIW Tournament                  TBA                         TBA
November 5                         CCIW Tournament                  TBA                         TBA
November 6                         CCIW Tournament                  TBA                         TBA



* Denotes College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin contest

COLLEGE CONFERENCE OF ILLINOIS & WISCONSIN CHAMPIONS: 1996 & 2001
NCAA DIVISION III NATIONAL TOURNAMENT: 2001

				
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