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2008 Seniors
Melanie Boyer and
Rebecca Orzechowicz
FRONT ROW (L TO R): Kaylee Ream, Karolina Nowak, Christie Johnson, Sabrina Dodd, Melanie Boyer,
Jessica Pauszek, Jennica Hagberg, Anna Becker
BACK ROW (L TO R): Leslie Armstrong, Sam Stonish, Sam Freeman, Laura Boyd, Head Coach Cheryl
Carlson, Sarah Sears, Rebecca Orzechowicz, Stephanie Canfield, Megan Stewart
2008 ROSTER
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POS. HT. CL. HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL MAJOR
Melanie Boyer
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Leslie Armstrong
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Jennica Hagberg
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Jessica Pauszek
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Sam Stonish
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Anna Becker
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Kaylee Ream
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Sarah Sears
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Sam Freeman
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Laura Boyd
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Christie Johnson
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Sabrina Dodd
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Rebecca Orzechowicz OH
Karolina Nowak
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Stephanie Canfield OH
Megan Stewart
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New Holland, Ill./Linco
Ill./Lincoln
ln Land CC
Fern Park, Fla./Crooms Academy
Niceville, Fla./ Niceville HS
Deltona, Fla./Deltona HS
Stony Brook, N.Y./Ward Melville HS
McLean, Ill./Lincoln Land CC
Venice, Fla./Venice HS
Ashburn, Va./Paul VI Catholic HS
Health Science
Health
Health Science
Biology
English
Undeclared
Communications Studies
Rehabilitative Science
Biochemistry
Gulf Breeze, Fla./Pensacola Catholic HS Accounting Info. Systems
La Crescenta, Calif./Crescenta Valley HS Rehabilitative Science
Sebastian, Fla./Sebastian River HS Sports Management
Ocala, Fla./Meadowbrook Academy Business Administration
Miami, Fla./Gulliver Preparatory School Psychology
Key West, Fla./Key West HS
Business Administration
Panama City, Fla./Mosely HS
International Business
St. Augustine, Fla./St. Augustine HS Elementary Education
Head Coach: Cheryl Carlson (Virginia ‘8
‘83
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2008 Media Guide
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
QUICK FACTS
Location: ......................................................DeLand, Fla.
Founded: ...................................................................1883
Enrollment: ..............................................................2,492
Nickname: ............................................................. Hatters
Colors: ........................................Hunter Green and White
Arena: ..................................................... Edmunds Center
Capacity: ..................................................................4,000
Affiliation: .............................................NCAA Division I
Conference: ...................................................Atlantic Sun
President: ............ Dr. H. Douglas Lee (Richmond, 1964)
Director of Athletics: .............. Jeff Altier (Stetson, 1982)
Athletic Department Phone: ..................(386) 822-8100
Ticket Office Phone: .............................(386) 738-HATS
Quick Facts/Table of Contents ......................................1
2008 Season Preview .......................................................2
Head Coach Cheryl Carlson / Support Staff ................3
Melanie Boyer .................................................................4
Rebecca Orzechowicz .....................................................5
Jessica Pauszek ................................................................6
Sarah Sears ......................................................................6
Laura Boyd ......................................................................7
Stephanie Canfield .............................................................7
Leslie Armstrong .............................................................8
Sabrina Dodd...................................................................8
Anna Becker ....................................................................9
Christie Johnson .............................................................9
Karolina Nowak ............................................................10
Megan Stewart ..............................................................10
Jennica Hagberg............................................................10
Sam Stonish ................................................................... 11
Kaylee Ream .................................................................. 11
Sam Freeman ................................................................. 11
Opponents Section ........................................................12
Hatter Vision..................................................................12
2007 Season Review ......................................................13
All-Time Roster ............................................................14
The Record Book...........................................................15
History and Records .....................................................16
The Atlantic Sun Conference .......................................16
COACHING STAFF
Head Coach: .............................................Cheryl Carlson
Alma Mater: ..............................................Virginia, 1983
Record at Stetson: .............................. 39-64 / 5th Season
Overall Record: ............................ 125-197 / 12th Season
Volleyball Office Phone: .........................(386) 822-8134
Assistant Athletic Trainer: .........Jamie McClure, ATC/L
TEAM INFORMATION
2007 Overall Record ........................... 11-15 (4-7 A-Sun)
A-Sun Finish .................................................................8th
Starters Returning/Lost: ............................................3/3
Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ..................................6/4
Newcomers: ....................................................................8
HISTORY
First Year of Volleyball ...................................... pre-1980
All-Time Record Since 1980 ................................346-508
NCAA Tournament Appearances ............................ none
Last Post-Season Opponent ..........College of Charleston
Result........................... L, 0-3 in 1995 TAAC Tournament
SPORTS INFORMATION
Sports Information Director: .....................Dean Watson
Office Phone: ...........................................(386) 822-8130
Cell Phone: ...............................................(386) 747-2824
E-Mail: ........................................... [email protected]
Assistant SID (VB Contact): ................... Jesse Cazakoff
Office Phone: ...........................................(386) 822-8131
Cell Phone: .................................................(386) 717-4675
E-Mail: [email protected]
SID Fax: ...................................................(386) 822-8132
Web Site: ................................................www.gohatters.com
Sports Information Mailing Address:
Stetson University
Sports Information Office
421 N. Woodland Blvd.
Campus Box 8359
DeLand, FL 32723
CREDITS -- The 2008 Stetson Volleyball Media Guide is a
publication of the Stetson Sports Information Department.
Designed and written by Assistant Sports Information
Director Jesse Cazakoff, with editorial assistance from
Dean Watson. Photography by Todd Drexler of Sideline
Sports, Stetson Athletics and Dr. Jay Ludvigh. Printed by
Tennant Printing Company, DeLand, Fla.
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2008 SEASON PREVIEW - Q and A With Coach Carlson
WITH THE 2008 SEASON FAST APPROACHING, HEAD COACH CHERYL CARLSON SAT
DOWN WITH ASSISTANT SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR JESSE CAZAKOFF FROM
GOHATTERS.COM TO PROVIDE HER INSIGHTS ON THE UPCOMING CAMPAIGN.
HERE IS WHAT TRANSPIRED...
2008 A-Sun Preseason Poll A: Jennica Hagberg will be stepping
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Q: A-Sun play has been extended 8.
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sponding reduction in OOC match11.
Florida Gulf Coast (9)
Lipscomb
Belmont (1)
Jacksonville
ETSU (1)
Mercer
North Florida
Stetson
Campbell
USC Upstate
Kennesaw State
es. What are your thoughts on that?
Does this change the way you and the team prepare
for matches?
into that role with Megan Stewart as
her back-up. Jennica will do a great
job running the team and is a taller,
stronger blocker than Karla. She
is also a good defensive player and
server.
Q: Laura Boyd is the team’s top returning presence up front. Who will
join her in giving Stetson an imposing corps of middle blockers?
A: Our two Sams (Freeman and Stonish) will be
filling in at the middle blocker position. Both have
strengths that we will need throughout the season.
Both are fast learners and hard workers and this
will help make up for their lack of collegiate experience.
A: I like that we play everyone twice. With single round robin, if you had one bad weekend or a
weekend where one of your starters was out sick or
injured, it could cost you a chance to go to the tournament, I don’t think that will happen with double
round robin. As far as preparation, I don’t think it
changes, you still need to be ready to battle every
match against every team in this conference.
Q: Moving to the outside, who are you counting
on to complement returning kills leader Rebecca
Orzechowicz?
A: Stephanie Canfield and Kaylee Ream will be getting playing time on the outside and may see time
at opposite as well along with Sarah Sears. Anna
Becker will also be a key role player for us and is
capable of filling in anywhere we may need her.
Q: What are you looking for out of your two seniors? Will they provide the leadership this young
team needs?
A: We will be looking to Becca (Rebecca Orzechowicz) and Mel (Melanie Boyer) for leadership both
on and off the court but we will be asking that of
our juniors as well. They will all need to be strong,
consistent performers day in and day out.
Q: College volleyball has reduced the winning
game score from 30 points to 25, revised substitution rules and changed the name of each race to 25
from a “game” to a “set” to come in line with international volleyball. How will this change impact
you and the team?
Q: The coaches poll has picked Stetson to repeat
its eighth place finish of a year ago and to make its
long-awaited return to the Atlantic Sun conference
tournament. Besides qualifying for the tournament,
what goals do you have in mind for the 2008 season?
A: I think the change makes serving and receiving serve well even more important. It also makes
slow starts very difficult to overcome so we must be
ready to play right from the start.
A: I would like to see us be more competitive on the
road and I would like us to do well in the Holiday
Inn DeLand Stetson Invitational.
Q: With so many young players on the roster, fans
will get to see the “next generation” in action early
and often this season. What are your thoughts on
the future of Hatter Volleyball?
Q: The setter position can be called the volleyball
equivalent of the quarterback and Stetson must replace a strong three-year starter in Karla Readshaw
‘08. Who do you see stepping up to claim the job
and what will she (or they) bring to the table?
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A: This is the most depth we’ve had here at Stetson
since I arrived in ’04. I hope to continue improving
this team every year. This conference has gotten
better and we will have to work hard to keep up.
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HEAD COACH CHERYL CARLSON
Prior to her seven-year head coaching stint, Carlson
served as the VCU assistant coach for five seasons. She helped
coordinate all facets of the program, including scheduling,
recruiting, fundraising and conditioning.
From 1983-88, Carlson served as athletics director, coach
and teacher at Good Shepard Episcopal School, and later worked
in the same capacity at Luther Memorial School (1988-90). She
also served as an associate for the Governor’s Alliance for a
Drug-Free Virginia Foundation from 1989-94.
A 1983 graduate of the University of Virginia, Carlson was
a member of the Cavaliers varsity volleyball team from 1980-82.
She has received two Master’s Degrees from VCU: A Master of
Science in Exercise Physiology in 1995 and a Master of Science
in Sports Leadership in 2002. Carlson is also a member of the
American Volleyball Coaches Association.
CHERYL
CARLSON
HEAD COACH
VIRGINIA, 1983
FIFTH SEASON
Cheryl Carlson is set to begin her fifth year as Head
Volleyball Coach at Stetson University and 12th season as a
head coach overall.
In 2007, she led the Hatters to an 11-15 overall record and
4-7 in Atlantic Sun conference play, the team’s best record since
2002. Stetson won its final four matches of the season, making
Carlson the only coach in program history to win 10 matches
three times in four years since the NCAA reduced schedule
length in 1992. Stetson’s season-ending win over Flagler
College on November 6 marked her 125th career victory.
In her first season at Stetson, Carlson helped guide the
Hatters to 10 wins, including triumphs over South Alabama,
Lehigh and UCF. In fact, Stetson’s 3-0 win over UCF on Oct.
30 was the Hatters’ first victory over the Knights since 1987.
Stetson surged late in the season with a 7-4 record over its final
11 games.
Carlson arrived at Stetson following a 12-year stint at
Virginia Commonwealth University, which included seven
years as head coach and five years as an assistant.
From 1995-2001, Carlson’s teams combined for a 86133 record, including an 18-12 mark in 2000. For three years
Carlson also worked as an administrator in the VCU athletic
department, serving as Director of Community Outreach, Life
Skills Coordinator and Assistant Compliance Director.
Carlson has also coached the Richmond Volleyball Club
Junior program, leading her team to a regional championship
in five out of six years and to a national tournament appearance
for six straight years.
A former USA Volleyball player and coach, Carlson was
the USAV Old Dominion Region Vice President and Eligibility
Chair from 2002-04. She was responsible for the Coaching
Development program as well as writing the region’s Mission,
Vision and Values Statement.
Cheryl Carlson’s Resume
Education
B.S., Physical Education, University of Virginia ......1983
M.S., Exercise Science, Virginia Commonwealth ....1995
M.S., Sports Leadership, Virginia Commonwealth ..2002
Coaching Experience
Stetson University, Head Coach .................. 2004-Present
Virginia Commonwealth, Head Coach ........... 1995-2001
Virginia Commonwealth, Assistant Coach ..... 1990-1995
Richmond Volleyball Club .............................. 1983-2004
Lutheran Memorial School ............................. 1988-1990
Good Shepard Episcopal School ..................... 1983-1988
Playing Experience
University of Virginia...................................... 1980-1982
SUPPORT STAFF
Jesse Cazakoff
Assistant Sports
Information Director
Jeff Altier
Director of
Athletics
Mike Bitter
Faculty Athletic
Representative
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Jamie McClure
Assistant Athletic
Trainer, ATC/L
Jan Usher
Senior Woman
Administrator
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PLAYER PROFILES
#1
MELANIE BOYER
SENIOR • 5-3 • LIBERO
NEW HOLLAND, ILL. • LINCOLN LAND CC
2007: Took over the libero position for the Hatters...Appeared in all 95 games across 26 matches...
Third on team with 40 assists...290 digs ranked third on the team...11+ digs in seven of the team’s
final eight matches...23 digs vs. North Florida (Aug. 25)...Five aces in Stetson’s last three matches
of the season.
Lincoln Land Community College: Finished second in the country in digs as a freshman and led
the nation in digs during second season ... Named first-team all-conference each season, and earned
first-team all-region honors as a freshman.
High School: Competed at Lincoln Community High School ... Earned three letters in volleyball
and cheerleading, and two in softball ... Set the school record in service aces and service reception
percentage ... As a senior, helped the squad to the most wins in school history.
Personal: Melanie Marie Boyer was born February 27, 1987 in Springfield, Illinois ... The daughter
of Rick and Mary Boyer ... Has one brother Matt (25) and one sister Megan (23) ... Majoring in
Health Science ... Favorite athlete is Grady Sizemore ... Favorite sports teams are the St. Louis
Cardinals and Cleveland Indians ... Favorite actor is Kevin Costner and actress is Reese
Witherspoon ... Enjoys sports, ice cream and music ... Person she would most like to meet is Eric
Clapton ... Favorite pre-game meal is chicken alfredo ... Favorite part about attending Stetson is
getting to start a new part of her life and meeting new friends ... Favorite part about living in DeLand
is that it is a safe town ... Career goals include becoming a physician’s assistant.
Boyer’s Career Stats
Year GP-MP K K/G A SA SE DIG BS-BA
2007 95-26 7 0.07 40 17 36 290 0-0
Totals 95-26 7 0.07 40 17 36 290 0-0
Boyer’s Single-Match Highs
Kills ........................................ 1, seven times
Digs ............... 23 vs. North Florida (8/25/07)
Assists ............. 5 vs. North Florida (8/25/07)
Aces .......................................... 2, four times
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REBECCA ORZECHOWICZ
ORZECHOWICZ
SENIOR • 6-0 • OUTSIDE HITTER
MIAMI, FLA. • GULLIVER
ULLIVER PREP
2007: Appeared in 94 games and started all 26 matches...Team-high 320 kills (3.4 per game)...Ranked third on the squad
with 281 digs...34 assists, 11 aces...10 straight matches with double-digit kills to begin the season...21 kills at Charleston
Southern (Aug. 31) and vs. USC Upstate (Oct. 13)...21 kills, 13 digs and career-high four service aces in the USC Upstate
match...14 double-doubles...Season-high 16 digs vs. ETSU (Oct. 12)...14 digs and five blocks vs. Arkansas State (Sept.
15)...All-Tournament Team at UNF and Stetson Invitationals...A-Sun All-Academic Team.
2006: Appeared in 91 games and all 27 matches ... Led the squad with 317 kills and 3.48 kills per game ... Finished ninth
in the A-Sun in kills/game ... Second on the team in block assists (24) and total blocks (28), and third in digs (277) and digs
per game (3.04) ... Recorded a career-high 26 kills to go along with 16 digs vs. USF ... Notched a career-best 19 digs vs.
Elon ... Registered double-digit kills in 16 matches including three contests of 20+ kills ... Racked up double-digit digs in
13 matches ... Tallied 11 double-doubles on the season ... Enjoyed an eight-game streak of notching double-digit kills from
Sept. 9-22 ... Picked up 20 kills, 13 digs and a season-high four assists in a win vs. Mercer ... Finished the season with a
22-kill, 14-dig effort vs. UNF.
2005: Played in 88 games ... Third on the team in kills (241) ... Second on the team in kills per game (2.74) ... Recorded 15
assists ... Registered 26 service aces ... Posted 267 digs, third best on the team ... Posted the third-best digs per game (3.03)
... 13 matches of 10+ kills ... Recorded 15 assists ... 10 games with double-doubles ... Season-high 18 kills vs. St. Francis
(Ill.) ... Season-high 19 digs vs. Lipscomb ... Selected to the A-Sun all-freshman team ... Academic all-conference honoree.
High School: Earned honorable mention All-State honors as a senior at Miami Gulliver Prep ... Helped lead her team to a
22-7 record ... Was a two-time first-team All-Miami Dade County performer ... Was a five-year letterwinner and four-time
all-county honoree ... Helped lead her team to five consecutive district championships as well as a regional title and state
final four appearance (2000) ... Was also an All-State softball player and all-conference basketball player.
Personal: Rebecca Ann Orzechowicz was born June 2, 1987 in Miami, Florida ... The daughter of Steven and Holly
Orzechowicz ... Has one brother Casey (16) and one sister Amanda (10) ... Majoring in Psychology ... Favorite sports team
is the Boston Red Sox ... Favorite TV show is Lost ... Her teammates say she is “animated” ... Her parents inspire her the
most ... Favorite part about attending Stetson is the volleyball team.
Orzechowicz’s Career Stats
Year GP-MP K
2005 88-25 241
2006 91-27 317
2007 94-26 320
Totals 273-78 878
K/G
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3.48
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11
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17
39
DIG BS-BA
267 2-23
277 4-24
281 5-28
825 11-75
Orzechowicz’s Single-Match Highs
Kills .................................. 26 vs. USF (9/15/06)
Digs ...................................................... 19, twice
Aces .....................4 vs. USC Upstate (10/13/07)
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#8
SARAH SEARS
JUNIOR • 6-1 • RIGHT SIDE/SETTER
ASHBURN, VA. • MERCER UNIVERSITY • PAUL VI HS
HS
2007: Played in 26 matches and 94 games...102 kills, 15 aces and 51 digs on the season...nine kills
and no errors vs. USC Upstate (Oct. 13)...hit .571 (nine kills, one error) vs. Bethune-Cookman (Oct.
30)...Also had nine kills in season finale vs. Flagler (Nov. 6)...Career-high four blocks vs. Flagler...
Career-high five aces vs. ETSU (Oct. 12)...Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team.
2006: Appeared in 91 games and all 27 matches ... Named to the A-Sun All-Freshman Team and
All-Academic Team ... Second on the squad with 35 assists ... Registered three season highs while
obtaining 17 kills, a .412 attack percentage and three blocks at Bethune-Cookman ... Notched
season-best seven digs to go along with 11 kills vs. USF ... Registered double-digit kills in five
contests ... Achieved a season-high four aces and 11 kills vs. Elon.
2005: Attended A-Sun rival Mercer University, where she redshirted the season.
High School: Helped lead Paul VI High School to victory at the 2004 Virginia Independent Schools
Volleyball Association State Championships ... 2004 first-team All-State, 2004 state all-tournament
team, 2004 MVP, 2004 first-team Northern Virginia Journal, 2004 honorable mention all-metro and
2004 first-team WCAC.
Personal: Sarah Elizabeth Sears was born July 31, 1987 in Fairfax, Virginia ... The daughter of
Dave and Kim Sears ... Has two sisters Lauren (18) and Emily (16) ... Father played volleyball at
Ohio State and mother played at Missouri State ... Majoring in Biochemistry ... Nicknames are Sears
Tower and Rah-Rah ... Favorite athlete is Kerri Walsh ... Favorite TV shows are Ace of Cakes, Greek
and Ninja Warriors ... Favorite movies are Renaissance Man and Stick It ... Favorite music group is
Cartel ... Enjoys baking and knitting ... Says “one word that defines my personality is smart” ...
Favorite pre-game meal is chicken caesar salad ... Favorite part about attending Stetson are the
people and the warm weather ... Career goal is to become an anesthesiologist.
Sears’ Career Stats
Year GP-MP K K/G A SA SE
2006 91-27 182 2.00 35 14 26
2007 94-26 102 1.09 36 15 9
Totals 185-53 284 1.54 71 29 35
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105
BS-BA
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1-30
5-48
Sears’ Single-Match Highs
Kills ........17 at Bethune-Cookman (9/19/06)
Digs ............... 7, twice, last at UNF (11/3/07)
Blocks ........................ 4 vs. Flagler (11/6/07)
Assists ........................ 6 vs. Mercer (11/4/06)
Aces .......................... 5 vs. ETSU (10/12/07)
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LAURA BOYD
JUNIOR • 6-1 • MIDDLE BLOCKER
LA CRESCENTA
RESCENTA, CALIF. • CRESCENTA
RESCENTA VALLEY HS
2007: Played in all 95 games and 26 matches...Tallied 144
kills and ranked second on team with 67 blocks...10 solo
blocks...Career-high seven block assists at Mercer (Oct.
26)...Career-best 13 kills and four digs against
UL-Lafayette (Sept. 14)...Reached 10 kills in three other
matches...Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team.
2006: Appeared in 36 games and 10 matches as a freshman
... Set season highs in kills (12), attack pct. (.478) and
assists (four) vs. Mercer ... Recorded a season-best four
blocks vs. Jacksonville ... Named to Atlantic Sun
All-Academic Team.
High School: Helped lead her team to third place in the
Pacific League ...First-team Pacific League in 2004 and
2005 ... Second-team all-area in 2005 ... Team MVP in 2005
and second-team all-area as a middle blocker ... Went to
the Junior Olympics, twice, as a member of the jumprope
team.
Personal: Laura Alexandria Boyd was born April 25, 1988
in Panorama City, California ... The daughter of Walt and
Dawn Boyd ... Has one sister Kelly (18) and one brother
Eric (16) ... Majoring in Rehabilitative Science ... Favorite
athletes are Kerri Walsh and Mia Hamm ... Favorite sports
team is the Denver Broncos ... Favorite TV
show is Grey’s Anatomy ... Favorite movie is
Boyd’s Career Stats
Forrest Gump ... Favorite musical group are
the Rascal Flatts ... Enjoys reading, eating and Year GP-MP K K/G A SA SE DIG BS-BA
hanging out with friends ... Person she most 2006 36-10 49 1.36 5 0 0 9 4-15
wants to meet is Lance Armstrong ... Says “one 2007 95-26 144 1.52 11 0 0 30 10-57
word that defines me is confident” ... Favorite Totals 131-36 193 1.47 16 0 0 39 14-72
pre-game meal is pasta and salad ... Favorite
activity on road trips is watching movies ...
Favorite part about living in DeLand is the
small town feel ... Career goals include
becoming an occupational therapist.
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Boyd’s Single-Match Highs
Kills ...............13 vs. UL-Lafayette (9/14/07)
Digs ..................4 vs. UL-Lafayette (9/14/07)
Blocks .................... 7.0 at Mercer (10/26/07)
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JESSICA PAUSZEK
JUNIOR • 5-4 • LIBERO/DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST
DELTONA, FLA. • DELTONA HS
2007: Appeared in five games and three matches...Recorded an ace and a dig against Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 30).
2006: Appeared in five games and four matches ... Registered one dig in first-career match vs. Delaware State ... Notched an assist and dig vs.
Savannah State ... Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic team.
High School: As captain of her varsity team, she helped lead her team to a 13-6 season record... 2006 Athlete of the Week for Volusia County
by the Orlando Sentinel with a game in which she recorded 48 digs ... 286 digs as a senior ... Named first-team all-county ... Named first-team
all-area ... Academic Athlete of the Year Award 2006 ... Lettered in volleyball, soccer and participated in softball for two years ... Club team
earned first place in the USAV regional tournament in 2006.
Personal: Jessica Michelle Pauszek was born October 20,
Pauszek’s Career Stats
1988 in Dunkirk, New York ... She is the daughter of John
and Kathy Pauszek ... Has one sister Amanda (23) ...
Year
GP-MP K K/G A SA SE DIG BS-BA
Majoring in English and minoring in French ... Favorite
2006
5-4
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athletes are Mia Hamm and Dominik Hasek ... Favorite
2007
5-3
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1
2
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sports teams are the Buffalo Sabres and Illinois Fighting
Totals
10-7
0
0.00
1
1
1
4
0-0
Illini ... Favorite TV shows are Gilmore Girls and Brothers
and Sisters ... Favorite movies are Crash, Life is Beautiful
and Rent ... Favorite actors include John Cusack, Morgan
Pauszek’s Single-Match Highs
Freeman, Angelina Jolie and Nicole Kidman ... Favorite
Assists ............................. 1 vs. Savannah State (11/3/06)
musical group is the Dave Matthews Band ... Enjoys
Aces ........................ 1 vs. Bethune-Cookman (10/30/07)
reading, writing and playing sports ... Says “one word that
Digs..............................................................1, four times
defines me is practical” ... Favorite activity on road trips is
seeing other cities and schools ... Favorite part about
attending Stetson is “the one-on-one attention I receive” ... Favorite part about living in DeLand is the personality and great community ...
Career goals include teaching college English, writing a book and working as an interpreter for the United Nations.
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STEPHANIE CANFIELD
SOPHOMORE • 5-10 • OUTSIDE HITTER
PANAMA CITY, FLA. • MOSELY HS
2007: As a freshman, appeared in 12 matches and 23 games...
Eight digs vs. ETSU (Oct. 12)...Three kills vs. UAB (Sept.
15) and Belmont (Oct. 6).
High School: Competed at A. Crawford Mosley High
School ... Earned four letters in track, three in volleyball
and one in soccer ... As a junior, led squad in digs and
kills ... All-Bay County for three years ... Was a FHSAA
All-State member 2006-07 ... Named team’s Rookie of the
Year in ‘04 and Offensive Player of the Year in ‘05.
Year
2007
Totals
Canfield’s Career Stats
GP-MP K K/G A SA SE DIG
5-3
12 0.52 2
0
1
20
5-3
12 0.52 2
0
1
20
BS-BA
0-3
0-3
Canfield’s Single-Match Highs
Kills .......................... 3, twice, last at Belmont (10/6/07)
Digs............................................. 8 vs. ETSU (10/12/07)
Blocks ......................................... 2 at Belmont (10/6/07)
Personal: Stephanie Canfield was born July 1, 1989 in
England ... The daughter of Stephen and Marta Cranfield
... Has three sisters Cristina (20), Deanna (15) and Melanie
(9) ... Majoring in International Business ... Favorite
athlete is Michael Jordan ... Favorite sports teams are the
Chicago Bears, Bulls and Cubs ... Favorite TV shows are
Surivor and Amazing Race ... Favorite actor is Johnny Depp ... Favorite musical group is Nickelback ... Favorite pre-game meals are subs and
wraps.
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#2
LESLIE ARMSTRONG
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN • 6-0 • MIDDLE BLOCKER
FERN PARK, FLA. • CROOMS ACADEMY
2007: Redshirted her first season with the program.
High School: Competed at Crooms Academy ... Earned three letters in volleyball and basketball, and two in track and
cheerleading ... Three-time team MVP ... Named varsity captain during her junior and senior campaigns ... Won the coaches’
award following her junior and senior seasons ... Named a “Who’s Who Among American Student-Athletes”.
Personal: Leslie Armstrong was born June 1, 1989 in LaGrange, Illinois ... The daughter of Fernando Rivas and Olabisi
Olakolade ... Has three sisters Latoya Dudley (32), Nichrien Banks (28) and Sherida Hughes (26) ... Majoring in Health
Science ... Favorite sports teams are the Chicago Bulls, Chicago Cubs and Florida Gators ... Favorite TV shows are Grey’s
Anatomy and Jeopardy ... Favorite movies are The Notebook and Love and Basketball ... Favorite musician is Lil’ Wayne.
#12
SABRINA DODD
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN • 5-5 • DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST
OCALA, FLA. • MEADOWBROOK ACADEMY
2007: Redshirted her first season with the program.
High School: Competed at Meadowbrook Academy ... Earned letters in volleyball, basketball and softball ... Named
Offensive Player of the Year in volleyball and basketball.
Personal: Sabrina Dodd was born March
4, 1989 in California ... The daughter of
Tim and Renee Dodd has one sister Olivia
(15) and one brother Daniel (9) ... Majoring in Business Administration... Favorite
sports team is the Florida Gators ... Favorite
TV shows are Friends and CSI ... Favorite
movie is Sweet Home Alabama ... Favorite
actress is Reese Witherspoon.
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT
Stephanie Canfield
Jessica Pauszek
Leslie Armstrong
Sabrina Dodd
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#6
#9
ANNA
BECKER
CHRISTIE
JOHNSON
JUNIOR • 5-9
LIBERO/OUTSIDE HITTER
MCLEAN, ILL.
LINCOLN LAND CC
JUNIOR • 5-5
SETTER
SEBASTIAN, FLA.
SEBASTIAN RIVER HS
Lincoln Land CC: Played for two seasons with the Logger program, located in Springfield, Illinois...Played with future Hatter
teammate Melanie Boyer in 2006...led the nation with 9.4 digs
per game as a sophomore in 2007 (NJCAA Division II)...
followed Boyer as the national leader in that stat...Helped LLCC
record a 36-15 record in 2007.
2006 & 2007: Johnson is in her third year at Stetson University
and has been invited to walk onto the volleyball squad for the
first time.
High School: Graduated from Sebastian River HS (Sebastian,
Fla.) in 2006...In addition to volleyball, also swam, played
softball and bowled for the SRHS Sharks...Academic Honors
Program student...played club volleyball with Indian River
Juniors.
High School: Graduated from Olympia HS (Stanford, Ill.) in
2006...four-time all-conference honoree...high honor roll student
throughout high school...played basketball in ninth grade.
Personal: Daughter of Peggy Johnson...chose Stetson “for its
small-school atmosphere and the great education.”...majoring
in Sports Management...born August 20, 1988 in Sebastian, Fla.
Personal: Communications Studies major...daughter of David
and Pam Becker was born October 27, 1987 in Peoria, Ill.
#14
#16
KAROLINA
NOWAK
MEGAN
STEWART
SOPHOMORE • 5-6
SETTER
KEY WEST, FLA.
KEY WEST HS
SOPHOMORE • 5-7
SETTER
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
ST. AUGUSTINE HS
2007: Was not a member of the program...walking onto the
volleyball squad for the first time in 2008.
2007: Was not a member of the program...walking onto the
volleyball squad for the first time in 2008.
High School: Played four years of varsity volleyball and four
years of varsity track and field at Key West High School...twotime volleyball team MVP as well as Rookie of the Year in 200304...earned academic honors in Science, English, Social Studies
and Fine Arts.
High School: 2007 graduate of St. Augustine HS...played
volleyball for three years and basketball for four years...earned
team MVP and All-Conference honors in 2005 and 2006 with
honorable mention All-State and First Team All-County nods as
a senior...honor student.
Personal: Was born June 27, 1989 in Tarnow, Poland...daughter
of Jerzy and Kasha Nowak...Business Administration major...
favorite athletes are Misty May and Kerri Walsh...favorite sports
team is the Portuguese national soccer squad.
Personal: Daughter of Daniel and Mary Ellen Stewart...
majoring in Elementary Education...has two brothers: Jason (23)
and Josh (21)...born January 24, 1989 in Jacksonville, Fla...top
pre-game snack is a peanut butter & jelly sandwich.
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#3
#5
JENNICA
HAGBERG
SAM
STONISH
FRESHMAN • 5-9
SETTER
NICEVILLE, FLA.
NICEVILLE HS
FRESHMAN • 5-11
MIDDLE BLOCKER
STONY BROOK, N.Y.
WARD MELVILLE HS
High School: Led Niceville HS to 2007 District 1-5A
championship with 841 assists, 93 kills, 61 blocks and 79 service
aces in 30 matches...Niceville’s season and career record holder
for assists and aces...Wendy’s High School Heisman Award
National Finalist...Two-time All-Area Player of the Year and AllState selection...named to the Northwest Florida All-Star Team
along with Sam Freeman...All-State...FHSAA Class 5A
Sportsmanship Athlete of the Year...Anne T. Mitchell Honor
Student Award winner...also played three years of varsity
soccer.
High School: Earned All-County and All-Conference Honors
for Ward Melville High School (East Setauket, N.Y.)...helped
Ward Melville win three Suffolk County titles, two Long Island
crowns and the 2005 New York State Class AA State
Championship...four-time High Honor Roll student...member of
the New York Scholar-Athlete Team...National Honor Society
member...earned President’s Award for Academic Excellence.
Personal: Daughter of Anthony and Pamela Stonish...has not
decided on a major at Stetson University...born January 6, 1991
in Smithtown, N.Y.
Personal: Intends to major in Biology...daughter of Kris and
Lynn Hagberg...born January 17, 1990 in Burnsville, Minn.
#7
#9
KAYLEE
REAM
SAM
FREEMAN
FRESHMAN • 5-10
OUTSIDE HITTER
VENICE, FLA.
VENICE HS
FRESHMAN • 5-11
MIDDLE BLOCKER
GULF BREEZE, FLA.
PENSACOLA CATHOLIC HS
High School: Led Venice High School to a 27-4 record, a
district title and a runner-up finish at regionals...earned First
Team All-Area and All-State honors...441 kills, 54 blocks and
41 aces during her senior year...ABC Newschannel 7 Athlete of
the Week...National Honor Society member...played varsity
basketball as well as volleyball...2007-08 Venice HS Athlete of
the Year...won a bronze medal with her club volleyball team in
the Junior Olympics.
High School: Third Team All-State honoree at Pensacola
Catholic High School in 2007...led PCHS to a District 1-3A
championship and a regional finals appearance as a senior...270
kills, 218 digs, 59 aces and 43 blocks last season...Fellowship
of Christian Athletes Award winner...two-time PCHS Academic
Excellence award winner...three-time Pensacola News Journal
All-Area pick...joined Jennica Hagberg as Northwest Florida
All-Stars...played basketball for three years at PCHS.
Personal: Majoring in Rehabilitative Science...daughter of
Terrence and Melissa Ream...born August 27, 1990 in
Jacksonville, N.C.
Personal: Daughter of Daniel and Grace Freeman...majoring in
Accounting Information Systems at Stetson...born June 1, 1990
in Pensacola, Fla.
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OPPONENTS
OPPONENT
Volleyball Contact
Head Coach (Overall Record) Conference
SID Office Phone
SID E-Mail
BELMONT
Brian Karst
BETHUNE-COOKMAN
Bryan J. Harvey
BOWLING GREEN
Stephanie Sabaduquia
CAMPBELL
Jason Williams
Deanne Webb (254-130, 11 years)
(615) 460-8023
Vanessa Cogswell (43-61, four years)
(386) 481-2206
Denise Van De Walle (462-313, 25 yrs)
(419) 372-7105
Leigh Mullins (141-119, seven yrs)
(910) 814-4367
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON Jason Kepner (26-8, one year)
Joshua J. Darling
(843) 953-5465
EAST TENNESSEE STATE Lindsey Devine (78-78, five years)
Jeff Schneider
(423) 439-5612
FLORIDA A&M
Tony Trifonov (239-88, 10 years)
Ronnie Johnson
(850) 561-2701
FLORIDA GULF COAST
Dave Nichols (276-100, 12 years)
Matt Fairchild
(239) 590-7061
FLORIDA STATE
Chris Poole (550-230, 21 years)
Katy Baker
(850) 645-7683
JACKSONVILLE
Shaun Kupferberg (127-80, seven yrs)
Josh Ellis
(904) 256-7402
KENNESAW STATE
Valerie Jones (5-45, two years)
Jason Hanes
(678) 797-2192
LIPSCOMB
Brandon Rosenthal (64-90, five years)
Mark McGee
(615) 966-5862
MERCER
Noelle Rooke (172-142, 10 years)
Andy Stabell
(478) 301-5218
NICHOLLS STATE
Chris Laird (18-53, three years)
Elizabeth Ballard
(985) 859-3295
NORTH FLORIDA
Kevin Campbell (4-26, one year)
Eric Scott
(904) 620-4029
ROBERT MORRIS
Rob Thomas (97-61, five years)
Janette Schneider
(412) 397-5841
THE CITADEL
Carolyn Geiger (16-52, two years)
Reah Nicholson
(843) 953-5120
USC UPSTATE
Jennifer Calloway (246-150, 12 years)
Joe Guistina
(864) 503-5152
2007 Record
Athletic Website
Atlantic Sun
20-8 (9-2 A-Sun)
[email protected] belmontbruins.com
Mid-Eastern Athletic
8-16 (3-5 MEAC)
[email protected]
bccathletics.com
Mid-American
21-10 (12-4 MAC)
[email protected]
bgsufalcons.com
Atlantic Sun
11-19 (2-9 A-Sun)
[email protected]
gocamels.com
Southern
26-8 (16-2 SoCon)
[email protected]
cofcsports.com
Atlantic Sun
19-13 (9-2 A-Sun)
[email protected]
etsubucs.com
Mid-Eastern Athletic
18-8 (8-0 MEAC)
[email protected]
famurattlersports.com
Atlantic Sun
23-3 (10-1 A-Sun)
[email protected]
fgcuathletics.com
Atlantic Coast
16-14 (13-9 ACC)
[email protected]
seminoles.com
Atlantic Sun
19-13 (8-3 A-Sun)
[email protected]
judolphins.com
Atlantic Sun
4-24 (2-9 A-Sun)
[email protected]
ksuowls.com
Atlantic Sun
20-12 (7-4 A-Sun)
[email protected]
lipscombsports.com
Atlantic Sun
8-20 (6-5 A-Sun)
[email protected]
mercerbears.com
Southland
8-24 (2-14 Southland)
[email protected]
geauxcolonels.com
Atlantic Sun
4-26 (4-26, 1-10 A-Sun)
[email protected]
unfospreys.com
Northeast
18-11 (6-2 NEC)
[email protected]
rmucolonials.com
Southern
6-28 (1-17 SoCon)
[email protected]
citadelsports.com
Atlantic Sun
11-17 (3-8 A-Sun)
[email protected]
upstatespartans.com
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2007 SEASON REVIEW
Overall: 11-15
Date
Aug. 24
Aug. 25
Aug. 25
Aug. 31
Aug. 31
Sept. 1
Sept. 1
Sept. 7
Sept. 8
Sept. 14
Sept. 14
Sept. 15
Sept. 15
Sept. 21
Sept. 22
Sept. 29
Oct. 5
Oct. 6
Oct. 12
Oct. 13
Oct. 20
Oct. 26
Oct. 27
Oct. 30
Nov. 3
Nov. 6
A-Sun: 4-7
Opponent
! vs. Georgia
! at Georgia Southern
! vs. North Florida
$ vs. Tulsa
$ at Charleston Southern
$ vs. Campbell
$ vs. N.C. Central
% ORAL ROBERTS
% FIU
# vs. UL-Lafayette
# at Memphis
# vs. Arkansas State
# vs. UAB
* CAMPBELL
* GARDNER-WEBB
* FGCU
* at Lipscomb
* at Belmont
* ETSU
* USC UPSTATE
* JACKSONVILLE
* at Mercer
* at Kennesaw State
BETHUNE-COOKMAN
* at North Florida
FLAGLER
Score
L, 0-3
W, 3-1
W, 3-0
L, 0-3
L, 2-3
W, 3-0
W, 3-1
L, 1-3
L, 0-3
W, 3-2
L, 0-3
L, 0-3
L, 0-3
W, 3-0
W, 3-0
L, 0-3
L, 0-3
L, 0-3
L, 2-3
L, 2-3
L, 0-3
L, 1-3
W, 3-2
W, 3-0
W, 3-2
W, 3-1
Home: 4-6
Score-by-game
Record
23-30, 23-30, 21-30
0-1
30-20, 31-29, 24-30, 30-28
1-1
30-27, 30-25, 30-9
2-1
19-30, 21-30, 18-30
2-2
30-14, 30-25, 26-30, 26-30, 10-15
2-3
30-13, 30-28, 30-24
3-3
30-21, 30-13, 25-30, 30-26
4-3
25-30, 30-25, 18-30, 26-30
4-4
21-30, 13-30, 21-30
4-5
24-30, 30-24, 30-25, 25-30, 15-9
5-5
23-30, 20-30, 19-30
5-6
28-30, 16-30, 26-30
5-7
19-30, 21-30, 13-30
5-8
31-29, 30-21, 30-16
6-8
30-25, 30-20, 30-23
7-8
20-30, 27-30, 21-30
7-9
19-30, 18-30, 14-30
7-10
13-30, 20-30, 25-30
7-11
26-30, 30-24, 24-30, 30-28, 12-15
7-12
22-30, 30-22, 30-21, 27-30, 12-15
7-13
19-30, 22-30, 26-30
7-14
30-24, 26-30, 26-30, 23-30
7-15
24-30, 30-23, 33-31, 30-32, 15-9
8-15
30-13, 30-25, 30-24
9-15
26-30, 30-26, 28-30, 30-16, 15-11 10-15
30-24, 28-30, 30-21, 32-30
11-15
* Atlantic Sun Conference match
! Georgia Southern Invitational
$ Charleston Southern Invitational
% Stetson Invitational
# Tiger Invitational
##
11
14
13
10
3
8
1
7
15
4
Away: 3-5
Attendance
Home
Away
Neutral
Dates
10
8
8
Neutral: 4-4
A-Sun
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
2-0
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
2-6
2-7
3-7
3-7
4-7
4-7
Total
2403
1186
532
Time
1:30
2:10
1:25
-2:00
1:23
1:40
2:15
1:35
2:04
1:23
1:27
1:07
1:30
1:30
1:38
1:21
1:25
2:26
2:17
1:28
1:57
2:05
1:23
2:13
2:05
Att.
89
101
71
-103
60
67
233
245
68
252
75
102
315
215
231
143
108
218
231
257
197
106
190
176
268
Avg.
240
148
66
Name
Karla Readshaw
Gina Iacona
GP-MP K
K/G
E
TA Pct
A SA SE RE DIG BS-BA TB BE BHE
95-26 126 1.33 23 296 .348 948 31 13
0 328 2-23 25
3
17
95-26 262 2.76 94 655 .256 14 15 19
4
67 14-57 71
8
2
Rebecca Orzechowicz 94-26 320 3.40 157 970 .168 34 11 17 27 281
5-28 33
1
3
Laura Boyd
95-26 144 1.52 67 471 .163 11
0
0
0
30 10-57 67
5
2
Beth Slabaugh
94-26 260 2.77 116 883 .163 29 23 39 53 257 3-39 42
3
1
Sarah Sears
94-26 102 1.09 61 403 .102 36 15
9
1
51
1-30 31
2
5
Melanie Boyer
95-26
7
0.07
6
67 .015 40 17 36 30 290
0-0
0
0
0
Rachel Miller
90-25 14
0.16 14
81 .000 41 25 36 41 310
0-0
0
0
1
Stephanie Canfield 23-12 12
0.52 14
50 -.040 2
0
1
7
20
0-3
3
1
0
Jessica Pauszek
5-3
0
0.00
1
1 -1.000 0
1
1
0
2
0-0
0
0
0
Team
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95-26 1247 13.13 553 3877 .179 1155 138 171 181 1636 35-237 153.5 23 31
Opponents
95-26 1495 15.74 645 4024 .211 1357 181 216 139 1825 37-291 182.5 56 57
Superlatives
Individual Match Highs
Kills - 21, Rebecca Orzechowicz, twice (8/31 vs. CSU & Oct. 13)
Attempts - 60, Rebecca Orzechowicz at Georgia Southern (Aug. 25)
Attack Pct. - .600, Gina Iacona vs. Campbell (Sept. 21)
Assists - 61, Karla Readshaw vs. USC Upstate (Oct. 13)
Aces - 6, Karla Readshaw at Kennesaw State (Oct. 27)
Digs - 25, Karla Readshaw vs. UL-Lafayette (Sept. 14)
Blocks - 7, Laura Boyd at Mercer (Oct. 26)
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Team Match Highs
Kills - 72, at UNF (Nov. 3) & vs. UL-Lafayette (Sept. 14)
Attempts - 215 vs. Flagler (Nov. 6)
Attack Pct. - .310, at North Florida (Nov. 3)
Assists - 69 vs. UL-Lafayette (Sept. 14)
Aces - 11 vs. USC Upstate (Oct. 13) & Campbell (Sept. 1)
Digs - 95, vs. Flagler (Nov. 6)
Blocks - 10.0, four times
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ALL-TIME ROSTER
CAREER 1000 KILLS & 1000 DIGS
CAREER 3000 ASSISTS & 1000 DIGS
Melissa Roy,
Christy Hoffman,
DeAnn Dempsey
Kira Smedley,
1994-97
1985-88
2002-05
2001-04
Amanda Lang, 1997-00
Tina Voss, 1988-91
1171 Kills,
1094 Kills,
1265 Kills,
1339 Kills,
3165 Assists, 1062 Digs
3166 Assists, 1092 Digs
1287 Digs
1008 Digs
1007 Digs
1021 Digs
Maria Albano .............1981- 84 Mary Claire Gilstrap ......... 1993
Susannah Neighbors.....2004-05 Beth Sklenar ...................... 1977
Dana Allen .................1988-91 Kelley Gordon................... 1986
Ashley Nelson ..............1994-95 Beth Slabaugh ..............2006-07
Jennifer Allen ...............2004-05 Maura Gorman .................. 1977
Jennifer Nelson ................. 1992 Andrea Slaby..................... 1984
Kelly Anderson ............1993-94 Liz Gorski ....................2003-06
Katie Nelson...................... 1982 Kira Smedley ...............2001-04
Heather Graig ...............1989-92
Christy Newkirk ...........1985-86 Glenda Smith ...............1982-84
Tricia Bacon .................1996-97 Linda Grant-Levy.............. 1989
Heather Niemas ............1992-95 Teree Smith ..................1982-83
Kerry Baetzman ................ 1982
Erica Snyder .................1996-97
Kristi Baetzman ..........1979-80 Mary Hadfield ..............1982-83
Kristie O’Brien.................. 2006 Alissa Steen....................... 1997
Dana Baldwin...............1980-83 Karen Hagman .............1993-96
Kim Odom ........................ 1987 Sandra Story ...................... 1982
Katy Barbour................1984-87 Leah Haley ........................ 1997
Rebecca Orzechowicz ......2005- Maureen Sullivan .........1981-84
Brenda Barrow .............1979-80 Julie Hall ........................... 1981
Dana Otzel ........................ 2001 Jackie Sutherland .............. 1996
Brittany Beem ................... 2004 Lynn Hallmark .................. 1981
Sue Overold ...................... 1977 Jenny Sutton ...................... 1992
Jodie Switzer ................1988-90
Cindy Benge.................1988-91 Dorothy Harris .............1977-80
Kathy Bevington ............... 1977 Tawnya Hartwick .............. 1988
Cindy Paquet ................1980-81
Lisa Bickerton ................... 1990 Janet Hauck ..................1985-86
Patsy Paulk ...................1986-89 Kristyn Talmadge .............. 2004
Amy Bourne ...................... 1995 Jennifer Hawks.................. 1995
Jessica Pauszek ...............2006- Trae Terry .....................1998-01
Laura Boyd ......................2006- Tami Hay ......................1986-87
Ashley Perry.................1988-91 Mary Beth Thompson .....1981-82
Melanie Boyer .................2007- Courtney Heaps................. 1996
Rachel Piering ..............1996-97 Deborah Toole ..............1976-79
Sancha Brennan ................ 1990 Catherine Hileman ............ 1992
Ashley Porterfield ........2002-05
Evangeline Uldricks .......... 1993
Julie Buhl .......................... 1980 Cristy Hoffman ............1985-88
Lori Burdick .................1992-93 Rori Hogue ........................ 1994
Kaley Rawlins ..............2000-01 Jenny Usher..................2002-05
Kelly Bushell .................... 2000 Janiece Holder ..............1983-86
Karla Readshaw ...........2005-07 Katie Usher ..................2004-05
Linney Reynolds ..........1994-95
Brenda Hoot .................1979-81
Anna Richardson..........1998-99 Kim Vach .....................1983-86
Stephanie Canfield ..........2007- Starr Hutchins ................... 1977
Jenny Roberts ...............1991-94 Jennifer Van Etten ............. 1997
Anissa Carter..................... 1993
Diane Rodriguez ............... 1977 Tina Voss ......................1988-91
Kelly Chamberlain ............ 1996 Gina Iacona ..................2004-07
Michelle Clonan ...........1999-02
Tanya Roe ....................1993-96
Stephanie Roszell .........1984-87 Megan Ware ...................... 1993
Catie Collins.................1996-99 Robin Jackson ..............1983-84
Toni Roszell .................1987-88 Mattie Weber ................2001-02
Lindsey Combes...........2001-04 Lori Johnson.................1982-83
Melissa Roy .................1994-97 Jamie Weidemann....... ...... 2005
Cheryl Conklin .............1983-86 Tricia Johnson ................... 1977
Kelly Russell ................1993-96 Cherie Wharton ................. 1983
Tara Conner ..................1998-01 Kristi Jolin....................1997-00
Kathleen White ............1981-82
Nicolette Corso ............1994-97 A.J. Julian.......................... 1984
Jennifer Sandor ................. 1997 Michele White ..............1990-93
Kathleen Cooley...........1979-82
Alicia Schaper ..............1998-01 Katherine Womeck ............ 1979
Amy Curless.................1997-00 Tanner Kennedy ...........2000-03
Becca Schour .................... 2002 Meghan Wright ............1999-02
Theresa King ................1979-80
Sarah Sears .....................2006Patty Dailey..................1987-91 Andrea Koenig .................. 1995
Courtney Davis ................. 1996
Bekah Sentgeorge ........1993-96
DeeAnn Dempsey ........2002-05 Stephanie Laband .............. 2004
Erin Dineen ..................1992-93 Lori Lamb ......................... 1981
Shannon Dowdy ................ 1991 Amanda Lang ...............1997-00
Laura Duke........................ 1977 Joy Larkin ......................... 1991
Dawn Dunn ..................1990-93 Lauren Leffler ..............2002-05
Karen Durham ..............1998-01 Elizabeth Long .............1989-92
Marina Love ...................... 1977
Mary Margaret Enns........1985-88 Taryn Lynn ...................1996-99
Laura Ernst ...................1983-84
Alison Evans ..................... 1982 Peggy Machamer .........1984-85
Krista Mann ...................... 1979
Jackie Farr ......................... 1986 Michele McEntire ........1986-89
Debbie Feldman ................ 1980 Katie McNichol................. 1994
Rebecca Flick ...............1995-98 Bonnie Messner ...........1994-95
Miki Ford .....................1997-00 Jan Michaels.................1979-80
Anne Gatins .................1985-87 Rachel Miller ...............2004-07
Lisa Gestewitz..............1997-00 Karen Morian .................... 1979
Sue Giancotti................1980-81 Melissa Muller .............2003-06
Karla Readshaw (2005-07) recorded 2,770 assists and
Susie Gilmore.................... 1977 Margaret Murdock ............ 1980
910 digs in just three seasons with the Hatters.
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THE RECORD BOOK
ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS
CAREER RECORDS
SEASON RECORDS
First Team
Kira Smedley ...................................... 2004
Miki Ford ............................................ 2000
Liz Long .............................................. 1992
Dana Allen .......................................... 1991
Tina Voss ............................................. 1991
Tina Voss ............................................. 1990
Michele McEntire ............................... 1989
Cristy Hoffman ................................... 1988
Cristy Hoffman ................................... 1987
Cristy Hoffman ................................... 1986
Stephanie Roszell ................................ 1986
Peggy Machamer ................................ 1985
Kim Vach ............................................ 1985
MATCHES PLAYED (since 1992)
106 Tanya Roe ....................1993-96
103 Gina Iacona ..................2004-07
103 DeeAnn Dempsey ........2002-05
103 Kira Smedley ...............2001-04
MATCHES PLAYED (since 1992)
32 Dawn Dunn ....................... 1992
32 Liz Long ............................ 1992
32 Jenny Roberts .................... 1992
32 Michelle White.................. 1992
GAMES PLAYED
502 Tina Voss ......................1988-91
433 Cindy Benge.................1988-91
414 Jenny Roberts ...............1991-94
GAMES PLAYED (since 1992)
111 Dawn Dunn ....................... 1992
111 Liz Long ............................ 1992
111 Michelle White.................. 1992
KILLS
1339 Kita Smedley................2001-04
1171 Melissa Roy .................1994-97
1149 Liz Long .......................1989-92
KILLS
450 Dana Allen ........................ 1991
432 Melissa Roy ...................... 1996
414 Kira Smedley .................... 2002
KILLS PER GAME
3.68 Kira Smedley ...............2001-04
3.29 DeeAnn Dempsey ........2002-04
3.19 Melissa Roy .................1994-97
KILLS PER GAME
4.75 Melissa Roy ...................... 1996
4.08 Kira Smedley .................... 2004
3.91 Kira Smedley .................... 2002
ATTACK ATTEMPTS
3768 DeeAnn Dempsey ........2002-05
3480 Kita Smedley................2001-04
3285 Melissa Roy .................1994-97
ATTACK ATTEMPTS
1111 DeeAnn Dempsey ............. 2005
1046 Melissa Roy ...................... 1996
1044 Kira Smedley .................... 2002
ATTACK PERCENTAGE
.305 Miki Ford .....................1997-00
.275 Cristy Hoffman ............1986-88
.252 Liz Long .......................1989-92
ATTACK PERCENTAGE
.358 Karla Readshaw ................ 2005
.350 Miki Ford .......................... 2000
.348 Karla Readshaw ................ 2007
ASSISTS
3332 Tanya Roe ....................1993-96
3166 Tina Voss ......................1988-91
3165 Amanda Lang ...............1997-00
ASSISTS
1143 Tanner Kennedy ................ 2002
1131 Tina Voss ........................... 1991
980 Karla Readshaw ................ 2006
ACES
212 Stephanie Roszell .........1985-87
184 Heather Graig ...............1989-92
183 Tina Voss ......................1988-91
ACES
85 Heather Graig .................... 1991
81 Mary Margaret Enns ......... 1987
71 Cindy Benge...................... 1991
DIGS
1287 Melissa Roy .................1994-97
1092 Tina Voss ......................1988-91
1062 Amanda Lang ...............1997-00
DIGS
455 Cindy Benge...................... 1991
405 Melissa Roy ...................... 1997
404 Melissa Roy ...................... 1995
SOLO BLOCKS
217 Liz Long .......................1989-92
138 Michele McEntire* ......1987-89
122 Miki Ford .....................1997-00
SOLO BLOCKS
77 Liz Long ............................ 1992
72 Liz Long ............................ 1991
48 Michele McEntire ............. 1989
BLOCK ASSISTS
271 Liz Long .......................1989-92
266 Michele McEntire* ......1987-89
241 Miki Ford .....................1997-00
BLOCK ASSISTS
112 Katy Barbour..................... 1987
112 Michele McEntire ............. 1987
103 Liz Long ............................ 1991
TOTAL BLOCKS
629 Michele McEntire ........1986-89
527 Peggy Machamer .............. 1985
488 Liz Long .......................1989-92
TOTAL BLOCKS
175 Liz Long ............................ 1991
159 Katy Barbour..................... 1987
159 Michele McEntire ............. 1987
Second Team
Kira Smedley ...................................... 2002
Miki Ford ............................................ 1999
Melissa Roy ........................................ 1997
Tanya Roe ........................................... 1996
Liz Long .............................................. 1991
Dana Allen .......................................... 1990
Cindy Benge........................................ 1989
Mary M. Enns ..................................... 1988
Stephanie Roszell ................................ 1987
Katy Barbour....................................... 1986
Cristy Newkirk .................................... 1986
Third Team
Miki Ford ............................................ 1998
Honorable Mention
Miki Ford ............................................ 1997
Melissa Roy ........................................ 1996
Kelly Russell ....................................... 1995
Heather Graig ...................................... 1992
Heather Graig ...................................... 1990
Michele McEntire ............................... 1988
Cheryl Conklin .................................... 1986
Stephanie Roszell ................................ 1985
All-Freshman Team
Sarah Sears ........................................ 2006
Rebecca Orzechowicz ....................... 2005
DeeAnn Dempsey ............................... 2002
Lindsey Combes.................................. 2001
Kira Smedley ...................................... 2001
Miki Ford ............................................ 1997
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Peggy Machamer ................................ 1985
COACH OF THE YEAR
Megan Bryant...................................... 1986
Elizabeth Schumaker ......................... 1985
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Karla Readshaw ............................10-29-07
Karla Readshaw ..............................8-27-07
DeAnn Dempsey .......................... 10-17-05
Kira Smedley ............................... 11-15-04
Kira Smedley ............................... 10-13-03
Kira Smedley ................................. 10-7-02
Kira Smedley ............................... 11-18-02
Miki Ford ..................................... 11-13-00
Miki Ford ....................................... 9-11-00
Miki Ford ....................................... 11-8-99
Miki Ford ..................................... 11-10-98
Tanya Roe .................................... 10-29-96
ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT III
Miki Ford ............................................ 2000
Miki Ford ............................................ 1999
Miki Ford ............................................ 1998
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HISTORY AND RECORDS
ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS
INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-MATCH
Coach
Elizabeth Schumaker
Megan Bryant
Janiece Holder
Becky Thyhsen
Cheryl Carlson
Totals (since 1980)
Kills ............................. 31, Melissa Roy vs. Jacksonville, 11-12-96
Attack Pct. ....... .840, Peggy Machamer vs. W. Kentucky, 10-12-85
Assists ............................ 75, Tanya Roe vs. Florida A&M, 11-5-96
Aces......................... 11, Taryn Lynn vs. Western Carolina, 9-14-97
.................................... 11, Mary Margaret Enns vs. UCF, 10-12-85
Digs ............................. 40, Melissa Roy vs. Jacksonville, 11-12-96
Total Blocks ................. 29, Peggy Machamer vs. Tampa, 10-19-85
OPPONENT
SU-OPP
Belmont
3-9
Bethune-Cookman
41-3
Bowling Green
Campbell
5-10
College of Charleston 5-16
East Tennessee State
0-5
Florida A&M
35-11
Florida Gulf Coast
0-1
Florida State
0-3
Jacksonville
13-44
Kennesaw State
2-0
Lipscomb
3-4
Mercer
15-10
Nicholls State
0-1
North Florida
2-6
Robert Morris
The Citadel
2-0
USC Upstate
0-1
Kills .................................................. 92, vs. Florida A&M, 11-5-96
Attack Pct. .................................... .576, at Savannah State, 9-30-01
Assists .............................................. 80, vs. Florida A&M, 11-5-96
........................................................ 80, vs. Florida A&M, 11-14-87
Aces............................................. 28, vs. Savannah State, 10-10-01
Digs ................................................ 161, vs. Jacksonville, 11-12-96
Blocks ....................................................... 65, vs. Tampa, 10-19-85
TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS
Kills ............................................................................... 1638, 1988
Attack Pct. ....................................................................... .239, 1988
Assists ............................................................................ 1396, 1985
Aces.................................................................................. 384, 1991
Digs ................................................................................ 2364, 1991
Blocks .............................................................................. 387, 1992
YEAR-BY-YEAR SUMMARY
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
Record
117-144
18-27
152-240
28-52
39-64
354-527
Pct.
.448
.400
.388
.350
.379
.402
SERIES RECORDS VS. 2008 OPPONENTS
TEAM SINGLE-MATCH RECORDS
Year
1980
Seasons
7
1
13
3
4
27
Record
Pct.
Conf.*
Place
Tourn.
15-28
4-20
13-16
20-16
18-21
33-18
18-27
14-25
18-23
16-22
12-22
16-20
9-23
6-21
8-18
12-18
17-9
7-20
12-15
10-14
9-15
9-18
15-14
4-20
10-13
10-17
8-19
11-15
.349
.167
.448
.556
.462
.647
.400
.359
.439
.421
.353
.444
.290
.222
.308
.400
.654
.259
.445
.417
.375
.333
.517
.167
.435
.370
.296
.423
3-0
3-2
1-6
8-5
5-6
3-0
5-5
2-3
0-8
1-9
3-3
0-6
0-6
1-3
3-6
4-5
1-9
6-5
2-8
4-6
2-7
2-7
4-7
N/A
N/A
N/A
3rd/South
3rd/South
1st
6th
5th
5th/East
6th/East
3rd/South
4th/South
4th/South
T-4th/East
7th
T-6th
T-10th
7th
8th
T-6th
8th
8th
8th
7-0
6-1
7-2
2-2
4-2
1-2
3-2
1-2
DNQ
DNQ
1-2
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
Belmont Bruins ....................................Nashville, Tenn.
Campbell Fighting Camels ............... Buies Creek, N.C.
East Tennessee State Buccaneers ... Johnson City, Tenn.
Florida Gulf Coast Eagles ....................Fort Myers, Fla.
Jacksonville Dolphins ........................Jacksonville, Fla.
Kennesaw State Owls .............................Kennesaw, Ga.
Lipscomb Bisons ..................................Nashville, Tenn.
Mercer Bears ............................................... Macon, Ga.
North Florida Ospreys ........................Jacksonville, Fla.
Stetson Hatters ..........................................DeLand, Fla.
USC Upstate Spartans ....................... Spartanburg, S.C.
* Stetson competed in the New South Women’s Athletic Conference
from 1985 - 1990. The NSWAC was absorbed by the Trans America
Athletic Conference in 1991. The TAAC changed its name to the
Atlantic Sun Conference in 2001.
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FIRST LAST STRK
1997
2007
L4
1987
2007
W4
FIRST MEETING
1994
2007
W2
1984
2001
L3
1984
2007
L5
1980
2001
L4
2007
2007
L1
1983
2006
L3
1980
2007
L9
2006
2007
W2
2001
2007
L4
1982
2007
L1
1988
1988
L1
1992
2007
W2
FIRST MEETING
1998
1999
W2
2007
2007
L1
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Day Date
Fri. Aug. 29
Sat. Aug. 30
Sat. Aug. 30
FRI. SEP. 5
FRI. SEP. 5
SAT. SEP. 6
SAT. SEP. 6
Tue. Sep.
9
FRI. SEP. 12
Fri. Sep. 19
Sat. Sep. 20
Tue. Sep. 23
FRI. SEP. 26
SAT. SEP. 27
Fri. Oct.
3
Sat. Oct.
4
FRI. OCT. 10
SAT. OCT. 11
FRI. OCT. 17
SAT. OCT. 18
Fri. Oct. 24
Sat. Oct. 25
TUE. OCT. 28
FRI. OCT. 31
SAT. NOV. 1
TUE. NOV. 4
SAT. Nov.
8
FRI. Nov. 14
Sat. Nov. 15
W-S Nov. 19-22
Opponent
Bowling Green&
Florida A&M&
Florida State&
THE CITADEL^
COLL. OF CHARLESTON^
ROBERT MORRIS^
NICHOLLS STATE^
Florida Gulf Coast**
CAMPBELL**
Kennesaw State**
Mercer**
Bethune-Cookman
ETSU**
USC UPSTATE**
Belmont**
Lipscomb**
NORTH FLORIDA**
JACKSONVILLE**
BELMONT**
LIPSCOMB**
USC Upstate**
ETSU**
BETHUNE-COOKMAN
MERCER**
KENNESAW STATE**
FLORIDA GULF COAST**
Campbell**
Jacksonville**
North Florida**
Atlantic Sun Tournament
& FSU Invitational
^ Stetson Holiday Inn Invitational
** Atlantic Sun Conference Match
Location
Tallahassee, Fla.
Tallahassee, Fla.
Tallahassee, Fla.
EDMUNDS CENTER
EDMUNDS CENTER
EDMUNDS CENTER
EDMUNDS CENTER
Fort Myers, Fla.
EDMUNDS CENTER
Kennesaw, Ga.
Macon, Ga.
Daytona Beach, Fla.
EDMUNDS CENTER
EDMUNDS CENTER
Nashville, Tenn.
Nashville, Tenn.
EDMUNDS CENTER
EDMUNDS CENTER
EDMUNDS CENTER
EDMUNDS CENTER
Spartanburg, S.C.
Johnson City, Tenn.
EDMUNDS CENTER
EDMUNDS CENTER
EDMUNDS CENTER
EDMUNDS CENTER
Buies Creek, N.C.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Macon, Ga.
Time
2 p.m.
10 a.m.
7 p.m.
3 P.M.
7 P.M.
3 P.M.
7 P.M.
7 p.m.
6 P.M.
7 p.m.
3 p.m.
7 p.m.
6 P.M.
3 P.M.
8 p.m.
2 p.m.
6 P.M.
5 P.M.
6 P.M.
3 P.M.
7 p.m.
3 p.m.
7 P.M.
6 P.M.
5 P.M.
7 P.M.
2 p.m.
7 p.m.
3 p.m.
TBA
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