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Description: 2012 Arizona State Volleyball

A PATH OF EDUCATION. A LIFETIME OF TRADITION. A GUIDE TO ARIZONA STATE VOLLEYBALL. V O L L E Y B A L L CONTENTS QUICK FACTS PAGE 4-5 6 7 8-9 10-11 12-13 14-19 20-53 54-61 62-75 INTRODUCTION Sun Devil Mission Academics Volleyball Scholar Ballers The New American University PAC-12 Conference The Conference of Champions Camps Booster Club 2012 TV Roster Rosters and Information Coaching Staff Student-Athletes Record Book Year-by-Year Results QUICK FACTS Location.....................................................Tempe Ariz. Founded................................................................1885 Enrollment.........................................................72 250 Nickname....................................................Sun Devils School Colors.............................. Maroon and Gold Affiliation..........................................NCAA Division I Conference.......................................................Pac-12 President.........................................Dr. Michael Crow Vice President of Athletics............Steve Patterson Faculty Representative............ Dr. Gary Grossman Athletic Dept. Phone........................480-965-4382 Ticket Office Phone.......................... 480-727-0000 TEAM INFORMATION Letterwinners Returning Lost ..................... 12 5 Starters Returning Lost .................................. 5 3 Newcomers ........................................................... 4 2011 RECAP Overall Record .............................................. 9-22 Conference record ........................................ 5-17 Home record .................................................... 6-8 Away record.................................................... 1-12 Neutral site record ........................................... 2-2 Postseason ...................................................... N A Conference finish .......................................... 10th Head coach ........................................ Jason Watson Alma mater................................................... BYU 94 Record at ASU .................... 48-75 (Four seasons) Assistant coach. .................................Sammi Stuart Assistant coach. ................... Linda Hampton-Keith Assistant coach ......................................... Mike Wall Volleyball office number ..................480-965-7178 As a Sun Devil we not only respect the traditions of the university but also look ahead to the opportunities of a great future. Consider that one of those opportunities might very well be Sun Devil volleyball. A Path Of Integrity W elcome to the 2012 season. There is much exitement and anticipation surrounding this season. We have a blend of talented incoming freshmen with a committed and determined returning core of student-athletes. Our staff is foused and determined. We will work to match the level of enthusiasm our athletes have for each other the game and Arizona State University. This will be a season of great promise. - Jason Watson CHAMPIONSHIP PERFORMANCE INTEGRITY GRADUATION One Dedicated Team. One United Vision work relentlessly prepare diligently compete with passion one rep one practice one game at a time OFFICE OF STUDENT ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT The Office of Student Athlete Development serves as Sun Devil Athletics catalyst for student-athlete s academic achievement while promoting the development of critical life skills toward life long achievement - Jean Boyd Diretor for Office of Student-Athlete Development - The Sun Devils landed seven players on the Pac-12 All-Academic Team during 2011. - Arizona State University s average Academic Progress Rate (APR) score for all sports in 2011-12 of 978 is the school s highest ever and ranks among the very best in the Pacific-12 Conference. - Stephanie Preach was a member of the 2011-12 State Farm Good Neighbor Team which recognizes student-athletes for academics and community service. - Former volleyball All-American and three-time Olympian Tammy Webb Leibl worked with the Office of Student Athlete Development to earn her Bachelors in Liberal Studies 26 years after finishing her Sun Devil career and advancing to the professional ranks. - Caitlyn Francis and Jenny Teslevich are members of Barrett The Honors College. Barrett is a selective college that recruits academically outsanding undergraduates across the nation and has been named Best Honors College in the nation. Stephanie Preach Junior THE NEW AMERICAN UNIVERSITY ASU is one of the most radical redesigns in higher learning. -Newsweek August 2008 At ASU I definitely feel that I m a part of something big. Here if I want to do something I can do it. -Tanner Woodford ASU class of 2009 With a degree from this outstanding institution you have everything you need to get started. -Barack Obama President of the United States of America ASU Commencement 2009 The Pac-12 Conference Conference of Champions Built on a firm foundation of academic excellence and superior athletic performance the Conference ushered in a new era on July 1 2011 officially becoming the Pac-12 Conference with the additions of the University of Colorado and University of Utah. Just 27 days after the Conference officially changed its named Commissioner Larry Scott announced the creation of the Pac-12 Networks on July 27 2011 solidifying a landmark television deal and putting the Conference on the forefront. The Networks including one national network and six regional networks in conjunction with four of the nation s largest cable operators marked the first time a U.S. collegiate conference or any other programmer has launched a collection of networks across a variety of platforms rather than a sole network. In addition the TV everywhere rights will allow fans to access coverage outside the home on any digital device including smartphones and tablet computers. Arguably the best women s volleyball conference in the country Participation in the postseason was a common occurrence for the Pac-12 in 2011-12. Of the 22 sports sponsored by the Conference 14 witnessed at least half its teams participating in NCAA or other postseason action. The men sent 53 of a possible 101 teams into the postseason (52.4 percent) while the women sent 67 of a possible 113 teams (59.3 percent). Pac-12 Academics By The Numbers Women s Volleyball Most CoSIDA Academic All-Americans Selections 1. Nebraska University of 36 Pac-12 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans All-Time 2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 15 1. Stanford 174 3. Stanford University 13 2. UCLA 113 4. Penn State University 11 3. Arizona State 105 4. Florida University of 11 6. Texas A&M University 10 Most Pac-12 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans 7. Arizona State University 9 Selections since 2000 (Division I) 7. Georgia University of 9 1. Stanford 78 7. Northern Iowa University of 9 2. Arizona State 62 7. Wisconsin-Whitewater University of 9 Sun Devil Volleyball Camps Our summer camps are an extension of our work in the community. Our athletes are engaged with the campers and our staff works to ensure a positive and challenging camp curriculum. Our camps have become a means to partner with the next generation of Sun Devil volleyball fans and future student-athletes. - Head Coach Jason Watson Sun Devil Volleyball offers an array of camps including All Skills and Position Camps Team Camp and Coaching Clinics. All Skills and Position Camps Middle School Position Camps Grades 6-8 Position Specific Camp Grades 7-12 Competitive All-Skills Camp Grades 7-12 Position Specific Camp Grades 7-12 Team Camp Grades 7-12 Find more information at http sdvb.me Sun Devil Volleyball 2036 N Gilbert Road STE 2 PMB 113 Mesa AZ 85203 General Info Registration Payments larissa sdvb.me Camp Content and Playing Up jason sdvb.me Team Camp samantha.stuart asu.edu Call Jason Watson P (480) 965-2035 Sports camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number age grade level and or gender). VOLLEYBALL BOOSTER CLUB Contributions to our Booster Club go directly to our program. Our staff ensures that money provided by you goes to enhance the student-athlete experience at Arizona State University. Our booster club has been at the forefront of providing needs outside those provided by the athletic department. Which is why this year our primary fundraising focus is on renovating our Locker Room. Your partnership in this renovation serves to mirror the dedication of our student-athletes in making Sun Devil Volleyball nationally competitive. Go Devils - Jason Watson Sun Devil Club Level Member - 50 - 99 -Monthly Newsletter -Invitation to Pre-Season Reception Bronze - 100 - 249 -All MEMBER Benefits -Volleyball T-Shirt -Autographed Team Poster Silver - 250 - 499 -All BRONZE Benefits -Signed Volleyball -Official Sun Devil Gear Gold - 500 - 1499 -All SILVER Benefits -Honorary Coach during one Pac-12 Match Platinum - 1500 and up -All GOLD Benefits -Travel with Team on one Pac-12 Road Trip Your donations have made it possible for us to purchase a golf cart to assist in our on-campus recruiting efforts upgrade our video and statistical software programs record game film in High Definition - providing players and coaches extreme clarity for scouting and training purposes. provide a means to network our film in a secure server on-campus respond to rapidly changing recruiting needs with a quick trip out-of-state. How To Give Contact Sun Angel Foundation - Volleyball By phone (480) 727-7700 24 Mercedes Binns MB 6-2 Fr. 20 Jordy Checkal L S 5-7 Fr. 11 Sarah Clause OH 6-0 Sr. 8 Whitney Follette OH 6-2 Fr. 13 Katie Fontes L 5-4 So. 14 Caitlyn Francis L 5-10 Jr. 12 Macey Gardner OH 6-0 Fr. 17 Bethany Jorgensen OH 5-11 Jr. 18 Julia Katolik MB 6-4 So. 7 Shannan McCready S 5-7 So. 23 Allison Palmer S 5-9 Fr. 5 Alexis Pinson MB 6-2 Jr. 6 Stephanie Preach L 5-8 Jr. 9 Kylee Terhune OH 6-1 So. 4 Jenny Teslevich L 5-9 Jr. 1 Nora Tuioti-Mariner OH 6-1 So. 10 Erica Wilson MB 6-0 Sr. Jason Watson Head Coach Sammi Stuart Assistant Coach Linda Hampton-Keith Assistant Coach Mike Wall Assistant Coach 2012 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 24 20 11 8 13 14 12 17 18 7 23 5 6 9 4 1 10 Name Mercedes Binns Jordy Checkal Sarah Clause Whitney Follette Katie Fontes Caitlyn Francis Macey Gardner Bethany Jorgensen Julia Katolik Shannan McCready Allison Palmer Alexis Pinson Stephanie Preach Kylee Terhune Jenny Teslevich Nora Tuioti-Mariner Erica Wilson Pos MB Libero S OH OH Libero Libero OH OH MB Setter Setter MB Libero OH Libero OH OH Ht 6-2 5-7 6-0 6-2 5-4 5-10 6-0 5-11 6-4 5-7 5-9 6-2 5-8 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-0 Year Hometown Last School FR South Pasadena Calif. South Pasadena FR San Diego Calif. Point Loma SR Gilbert Ariz. Long Beach State FR Edmonton Canada Paul Kane SO Rocklin Calif. St. Francis JR Roseville Calif. California FR Gilbert Ariz. Gilbert JR Tempe Ariz. Corona del Sol SO Athens Greece SO Aiea Hawaii Punahou School FR Laguna Calif. Laguna Beach JR Phoenix Ariz. Xavier College Prep JR Phoenix Ariz. Xavier College Prep SO Albuquerque N.M. La Cueva JR Phoenix Ariz. Xavier College Prep SO Corona Calif. Corona SR Oceanside Calif. Fallbrook ROSTER BREAKDOWN SENIORS (2) Sarah Clause Erica Wilson JUNIORS (5) Caitlyn Francis Bethany Jorgensen Alexis Pinson Stephanie Preach Jenny Teslevich SOPHOMORES (5) Katie Fontes Julia Katolik Shannan McCready Kylee Terhune Nora Tuioti-Mariner FRESHMAN (5) Mercedes Binns Jordy Checkal Whitney Follette Macey Gardner Allison Palmer 2012 NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 24 20 11 8 13 14 12 17 18 7 23 5 6 9 4 1 10 Name Mercedes Binns Jordy Checkal Sarah Clause Whitney Follette Katie Fontes Caitlyn Francis Macey Gardner Bethany Jorgensen Julia Katolik Shannan McCready Allison Palmer Alexis Pinson Stephanie Preach Kylee Terhune Jenny Teslevich Nora Tuioti-Mariner Erica Wilson Pos MB Libero S OH OH Libero Libero OH OH MB Setter Setter MB Libero OH Libero OH OH Ht 6-2 5-7 6-0 6-2 5-4 5-10 6-0 5-11 6-4 5-7 5-9 6-2 5-8 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-0 Year Hometown Last School FR South Pasadena Calif. South Pasadena FR San Diego Calif. Point Loma SR Gilbert Ariz. Long Beach State FR Edmonton Canada Paul Kane SO Rocklin Calif. St. Francis JR Roseville Calif. California FR Gilbert Ariz. Gilbert JR Tempe Ariz. Corona del Sol SO Athens Greece SO Aiea Hawaii Punahou School FR Laguna Calif. Laguna Beach JR Phoenix Ariz. Xavier College Prep JR Phoenix Ariz. Xavier College Prep SO Albuquerque N.M. La Cueva JR Phoenix Ariz. Xavier College Prep SO Corona Calif. Corona SR Oceanside Calif. Fallbrook PRONUNCIATIONS Jordy Check-ul Whitney FOL-et Katie Fonts Bethany Jor-gen-sin Julia Cat-o-lick Shannon Mc-Creed-ee Kylee Tear-hune Jenny Tes-la-vich Nora Too-E-AUGHT-e Mare-in-er VOLLEYBALL STAFF INFORMATION Head Coach Jason Watson ASU Record 48-75 5th Season Career Record 122-93 7th Season Assistant Coach Sammi Stuart 5th Season Assistant Coach Linda Hampton-Keith 2nd Season Assistant Coach Mike Wall 1st Season Volleyball Manager Whitney Perkins 2nd Season Athletic Trainer Stephanie Neff 2nd Season Communications Contact Corinne Calabro 2nd Season JASON WATSON YEAR-BY-YEAR SUN DEVIL RECORDS Season 2011 2010 2009 2008 ASU School ASU ASU ASU ASU 4 Seasons Overall 9-22 13-18 13-17 13-18 48-75 Pct. .290 .419 .433 .419 .390 Conf. 5-17 7-11 3-15 4-14 19-57 Finish 10th 8th 9th 8th WATSON IN THE POSTSEASON At BYU 2007 3-1 2006 1-1 2005 0-1 3 appearances 4-3 Named the head coach in 2008 the sixth in program history In 2010 ASU upset three ranked opponents 10 15 10 vs. No. 5 USC (3-1) 10 16 10 vs. No. 10 UCLA (3-1) 11 24 10 vs. No. 2 Cal (3-2). In 2009 the Sun Devil squad opened with an 11-3 record the best start in program history since 1992 when the Sun Devils advanced to a program-best Sweet Sixteen appearance. Watson s 2010 recruiting class was in the top-25. Watson traveled to Tempe after three stellar seasons as head coach of the Brigham Young University women s volleyball program. At BYU he compiled a 74-18 (.804) overall record while leading them to three-straight NCAA Tournament appearances. In only his first season as head coach he was named the Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year after leading his team to a 25-4 record the program s best record since 1998. In addition to leading BYU to the MWC regular-season title Watson also helped lead them back to the NCAA Tournament as well. In 2007 he led the Cougars to a 24-8 overall record and finish in NCAA Regional Final (Elite 8) as well as a final national ranking of 12th and at one point in the season as high a rank as ninth. Watson s teams have been ranked as high as eighth on RPI. Prior to his head-coaching debut at BYU in 2005 Watson had amassed 11 years as an assistant coach at four universities. Had an All-American playing career at BYU from 1990-1994 where he was a four-year starter and two-time captain. Watson coached for two years under his former coach Carl McGown before beginning his career in women s volleyball with extremely successful stints at Kansas State Arkansas State and Montana State. Graduated from BYU in 1995 with a degree in physical education and sports business management after leaving his native home of Homebush Australia. He and his wife Larissa have three children two sons and a daughter. The goal of our staff is to be process driven and to make sure we have the most efficient and effective process we can put out. Results will come as part of recruiting good people and having a good process. - Jason Watson SAMMI STUART ASSISTANT COACH Fifth Season Joined the Sun Devil coaching staff in 2008 as an Assistant Coach. Responsibilities include breaking down opponent film overseeing the statistics programs team travel and the liberos. Before her arrival to ASU Stuart held the position of Director of Volleyball Operations at Brigham Young University where her role encompassed all aspects of the programs video and statistical programs. Recipient of the Governor s Scholarship Stuart continued her education at Utah State University receiving a bachelor s degree in exercise science in 2006. Played basketball for the Aggies from 2003-05 and was given the team s Off-Season Conditioning Award following the 2004 season. Native of Woodruff Utah she attended Rich High School where she graduated with an Associate s Degree through concurrent enrollment. Played basketball and volleyball at RHS helping the Rebel volleyball team win the 1A state title all four years while earning 1A MVP honors from the Desert News in 2002. LINDA HAMPTON-KEITH ASSISTANT COACH Second Season Joined the Sun Devils in February of 2011 as an assistant coach. Before joining ASU she brought in nine years of experience with the USA Volleyball Development Program nine years of experience at the NCAA Division I level and three years experience as a head coach of a varsity program at the high school level. An active member of the AVCA as a representative of the Minority Coaches and Assistant Coaches committees. Has published two articles for AVCA Magazine and been a featured speaker at AVCA conventions. Coached at TCU from 2005-10 and was named recruiting coordinator in 2010 for the program while also assisting the club to three consecutive 20 win seasons and a school record 27 wins in 2009. Assisted TCU to its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 2009 which included a first-round 3-0 victory over Rice to advance to the second round. Coached and developed four All-Americans four All-Region West and seven Mountain West All-Conference student-athletes with the Horned Frogs. Is a 2008 Graduate of the NCAA Women s Coaches Academy and 2010 NCAA WCA Dimension 2. Prior to her collegiate coaching career Hampton-Keith was the head coach at P.K. Yonge High School in Gainesville Fla. Led P.K. Yonge to three-consecutive Florida Final Four appearances and the first State Championship title in school history. Coached and developed 10 All-State selections including the Florida State Player of the Year two Volleyball Magazine National Fab 50 and guiding four players who went on to play at the Division I level. Named 2000 Dairy Farmers Class 2A State of Florida High School Coach of the Year. 2004 graduate of Florida International University where she earned a bachelor of science in psychology. MIKE WALL ASSISTANT COACH First Season Mike Wall now enters his third season at Arizona State he previously coached with the Sun Devils from 2006 to 2008. Prior to ASU Wall spent 2005 at Utah as the first assistant for the Lady Utes. The Utes ended up winning the Mountain West Conference Tournament and finished as the number two blocking team in the NCAA with three freshman in the starting linup. Before serving as an assistant coach at Utah Wall coached at Saint Mary s College in 2004. While on the Gaels staff Wall helped the team to a 24-4 overall record. The Gaels beat the eventual national champion Stanford Cardinal twice during the regular season. The Gaels advanced to the Sweet 16 in Wall s only season at St. Mary s. SMC started the season ranked out of the top 50 and finished ranked No. 10 in the country. Prior to his stint at Saint Mary s Wall was an assistant coach at UC-San Diego in 2003-04. There he helped UCSD to its best season in program history. His international exploits began during the 2001 season when he participated in the World League Tournament with the USA National Team. From 2002-04 Wall played volleyball overseas. He began playing in the Swiss National League A in 200203 and spent part of 2004 playing for San Sebastian Volleyball Club in Puerto Rico. Wall played college volleyball at Brigham Young from 1997-2002 and was a part of two National Championship squads (1999 and 2001). In 2001 Wall was named a first team All-American. After beating UCLA in three games to take the NCAA Title Wall was named the Final Four MOP. In 2002 Wall was again named a first team All-American and also was named BYU s Most Competitive Athlete. Wall still holds eight records at BYU. MERCEDES BINNS 6-2 FRESHMAN Middle Blocker 24 South Pasadena Calif. South Pasadena HS High School 2011 graduate of South Pasadena High School. Played for head coach Jessica Barreto. Was named First Team All Rio-Hondo League in 2009 and 2010. Played club volleyball for Club West based out of Rancho Cucamunga Calif. for coach Kurt Arron. Personal An exploratory major full name is Mercedes Destiny Binns. Born May 2 1994 in Orlando Fla. Parents are Teviin and Cassandra Binns. JORDY CHECKAL 5-7 FRESHMAN Libero Setter 20 2011 (Freshman) Redshirt freshman. San Diego Calif. Point Loma HS High School A 2011 graduate of Point Loma High School in San Diego Calif. Was a four-time letter winner for the Pointers under co-head coaches Mike Placek and Davis Kansen. Played setter and libero positions Checkal was all-league team MVP and captain for four years. Also played varsity soccer her freshman year. Made the honor roll twice and was named the Union Tribune All-Academic Athlete her senior year (2011). Personal Full name is Jordan Lyn Checkal. Parents are Brian and Michelle Checkal of San Diego Calif. Has one brother Dillon. Born Feb. 20 1993 in San Diego Calif. Majoring in exploratory. SARAH CLAUSE 6-0 SENIOR Outside Hitter 11 Gilbert Ariz. Long Beach State Kills 5 at Arizona 11 22 11 Points 5 at Arizona 11 22 11 TA 21 at Arizona 11 22 11 Assists -Service Aces -Digs 3 2x last vs. Washington 9 25 11 Block Solos -Block Assists 1 2x last at California 10 1 11 Career HIGHS 2011 (Junior) Contributed 15 kills playing in 11 sets in debut year on the Sun Devil squad. Grabbed 16.0 points for ASU. Also recorded two block assists for a 0.18 block per set average. 2009-10 (Long Beach State) Played in 12 matches as a sophomore outside and five sets during her freshman campaign in 2009. As a sophomore collected 43 kills for a 1.13 kills per set average and also posted 35 blocks on defense for her team. High School A 2009 graduate of Gilbert High School in Gilbert Ariz. A four-time letter winner for the Tigers. Was 2008 Fiesta Region Player of the Year. Clause helped lead the Tigers to a state championship in 2006. Was also a member of the the Arizona Volleyball Academy. Personal A communication major her full name is Sarah Renee Clause. Parents are Michael and Becky Clause of Gilbert Ariz. Born Feb. 27 1991. Year 2011 Total SP 11 11 K 15 15 K S 1.36 1.36 PCT 0.014 0.014 AST AST S 0 0 0 0 SA 0 0 SE 2 2 DIG 10 10 DIG S 0.91 0.91 BS 0 0 BA 2 2 TOTAL 2 2 BLK S 0.18 0.18 POINTS 16.0 16.0 WHITNEY FOLLETTE 6-2 FRESHMAN Outside Hitter 8 Edmonton Canada Paul Kane HS High School Under head coach Stan Andronyk she played three years of volleyball in the Metro Edmonton Premier League and accumulated a lengthy trophy case. Follette was a multiple-sport athlete lettering in volleyball basketball track & field and badminton at Paul Kane High School. Her high school volleyball accolades include (2011) - PKHS Award of Distinction and Sportsmanship Award (2010) - PKHS Rookie of the Year (2009-11) - PKHS Bronze Silver Gold and Platinum Athletic Award winner. Played club for Jen Telfer on the U18 Pandas. Follette is a three-time All-Star (2011) - U17 All-Star Provincials U21 All-Star Provincials and (2012) U18 All-Star. Helped lead her team to a U18 Provincial Championship in 2012 while being named a National Team Challenge Cup All-Star. Personal An exploratory major. Full name is Whitney Elise Follette her parents are Willie and Maureen Follette. Has one brother Matthew and one sister Mary. Cousin Jordan Parkin plays volleyball at Mount Royal University in Calgary Alberta. KATIE FONTES 5-4 SOPHOMORE Libero 13 2011 (True Freshman) Redshirted. Rocklin Calif. St. Francis HS High School A 2010 graduate of St. Francis High School in Sacramento Calif. Two-time letterwinner for the Troubadors Fontes also captained the squad for two years. Member of the Cal Synergy and Nor Cal Select Clubs. A libero and defensive specialist Fontes helped lead St. Francis to the San Joaquin Section Title in 2009 a Delta League Championship and pull her team as high as third in the state in DII. Fontes earned Academic High Honors all four years at her high school as well as being an ambassador at SFHS. Lists her most exciting moment in sports as winning the section title in 2009. Personal A marketing major her full name is Katie Christine Fontes. Parents are Kevin and Christina Fontes of Rocklin Calif. Father was a student-athlete at Sacramento State. Born Aug. 31 1992 in Rocklin Calif. CAITLYN FRANCIS 5-10 JUNIOR Libero 14 Roseville Calif. California Kills -Points 2 vs. California 10 21 11 TA 2 3x last vs. California 10 21 11 Assists 1 at Oregon State 9 16 11 Service Aces 2 vs. California 10 21 11 Digs 13 vs. Washington State 9 23 11 Block Solos -Block Assists -- Career HIGHS 2011 (Sophomore) Began career at ASU playing in 66 sets for the Devils. Recorded 8 service aces for the devils averageing 0.12 per set. Also contributed 112 digs the sixth most on the squad. Season-high of 13 digs came on Sept. 25 against Washington. Was the only Sun Devil to earn First Team honors on the Pac-12 All-Academic Team. 2007 (Freshman at Cal) Played in 77 sets as a freshman helping the team with 153 digs and 18 service aces. Also contributed 17 assists and 19.0 points. High School A 2007 graduate of Granite Bay High School in Granite Bay Calif. was a three year letter winner for the Grizzly Bears as an outside hitter. Sacramento Bee Volleyball First Team all Metro 2005 & 2006 Press Tribune All-Area First Team 2005 Press Tribune All-Area Volleyball MVP 2006 Prep Volleyball 2007 Defensive Dandy Second team. As a senior was first in California with 1 034 serves received second with 688 kills 10th with 120 service aces and 22nd with 495 digs. Also lettered in Track and Field. Starter on the 2004 U16 Force Volleyball club that placed second at the Junior Olympics. Member of the Delta Valley squad that placed third in the National Division in the U18 at the Junior Olympics. Personal A double major in psychology and family and human development with a minor in spanish. Full name is Caitlyn Noelle Francis recently married - her maiden name is Murphy. Parents are Thomas and Victoria Murphy of Roseville Calif. Has two brothers Thomas and Robert and four sisters Elizabeth Jillian Jennifer and Madalyn. Born Aug. 23 1988 in Roseville Calif. Played soccer growing up winning the U15 National USA Soccer Championship. Trophy Case 2011 First Team Pac-12 All-Academic Year 2011 Total SP 66 66 K 0 0 K S 0.00 0.00 PCT -0.125 -0.125 AST AST S 1 0.02 1 0.02 SA 8 8 SE 17 17 DIG 112 112 DIG S 1.70 1.70 BS 0 0 BA 0 0 TOTAL 0 0 BLK S 0.00 0.00 POINTS 8.0 8.0 MACEY GARDNER 6-0 FRESHMAN Outside Hitter 12 Gilbert Ariz. Gilbert HS High School A product of Gilbert High School under head coach Joe Hesse Gardner ranks 20th in the nation by PrepVolleyball.com Senior Aces and named to Volleyball Magazine s 2012 FAB50. She led GHS to a 2011 A.I.A. Division I State Championship and is a two-time First Team All-State honoree while also being named the 2012 Arizona Republic and East Valley Tribune Player of the Year. Played for Club Red of Arizona for coach James Felton which took the bronze medal at the USA Volleyball Junior Olympics in the open division en route to her being named to the All-Tournament Team an honor which she was twice awarded. Capped her senior year being named First Team Under Armour All-American winning the Under Armour Hardest Hitter Award ESPN Second Team All-American and the A.I.A. Central Region Player of the Year (2011 2009). Personal A business law major her full name is Macey Braquel Gardner. Parents are Troy and Holli Gardner. Has three brothers Kyler Brock and David Eisemeier and one sister Tatum. Father and mother both played basketball at Eastern Arizona brother David plays basketball at Pace University in New York City and brother Kyler plays basketball at Northland International University in Wisconsin. BETHANY JORGENSEN 5-11 JUNIOR Outside Hitter 17 Tempe Ariz. Corona Del Sol HS Kills Points TA Assists Service Aces Digs Block Solos Block Assists Career HIGHS 2 2x last at California 10 1 11 2.5 at Stanford 11 26 10 8 at Stanford 11 26 10 2 vs. Arizona 11 26 11 2 at Arizona 11 22 11 8 vs. Seattle 9 3 10 -1 2x last vs. Arizona 11 26 11 2011 (Sophomore) Appeared in 12 matches for 25 sets and two starts. Tallied two kills three aces and 31 digs on the year. Her two kills came in conference play against No. 4 California - her service aces were all against Arizona two on Nov. 22 and one on Nov. 26. Had a season-best seven digs at Arizona while averaging 1.24 digs per set on the year. 2010 (Freshman) Saw limited playing time in her first year with the Sun Devils. Played in 22 sets contributing with 14 digs. High School A 2010 graduate of Corona del Sol in Tempe Ariz. she was a three-time letter winner in volleyball and also lettered in track & field for the Aztecs. Captained her high school team for two seasons. Some of her accolades include being named First Team All-State in 2009 Second-Team All-State in 2008 and First Team All-Central Region 2007-2009. Jorgensen was a member of National Honors Society and the Corona del Sol Student Council while also honored with an AIA Scholar Athlete Award. Lists winning the International Youth High Performance Championship in 2009 as her most exciting moment in sports. Bethany was also a member of the Club Red Volleyball Club and participated in the Junior Olympics from 2005-2010. Personal A health science (pre-professional) major her full name is Bethany Ann Jorgensen. Parents are Dan and Sharon Jorgensen of Tempe Ariz. Has one younger brother Kyle. Born in Tempe Ariz. Year 2010 2011 Total SP 22 25 47 K 3 2 5 K S 0.14 0.08 0.11 PCT 0.182 -0.083 0.043 AST AST S 0 0.00 2 0.08 2 0.04 SA 2 3 5 SE 7 17 24 DIG 14 31 45 DIG S 0.64 1.24 0.96 BS 0 0 0 BA 1 1 2 TOTAL 1 1 2 BLK S 0.05 0.04 0.04 POINTS 5.5 5.5 11.0 JULIA KATOLIK 6-4 SOPHOMORE Middle Blocker 18 Athens Greece Third HS of New Philadelphia 2011 (Freshman) Redshirt freshman. Named to the 2011 Dean s List. High School played for Third High School in Athens Greece under head coach Ioulia Mitsi. Played for the Panellinios club team based out of Athens for coach Nikos Mpoutsoris. Personal A family and human development major with a minor in sociology her full name is Julia Aleksquadra Katolik. Parents are Piotr and Magdalena Katolik of Athens Greece. Has one brother Adam. Born Aug. 22 1991 in Poland. Trophy Case 2011 Dean s List SHANNAN MCCREADY 5-7 SOPHOMORE Setter 7 Aiea Hawaii Punahou School Kills 2 3x last vs. Colorado 11 11 11 Points 4 5 vs. Oregon State 11 5 11 TA 3 3x last at North Carolina 9 10 11 Assists 56 vs. Utah 11 12 11 Service Aces 3 at Washington 10 28 11 Digs 14 vs. Utah 11 12 11 Block Solos 1 vs. Colorado 11 11 11 Block Assists 3 3x last at Colorado 10 15 11 Career HIGHS 2011 (Freshman) Began starting halfway through season and proved to be leading setter for the ASU squad. Recorded 689 assists on the year highest on the team. Finished fifth overall in the Pac-12 for assists per set with a 10.77 average. Also recorded 12 service aces for the Devils tied for fourth-best overall. Season-high assists came versus Utah on Nov. 12 where she recorded 56 assists over five sets. High School A 2011 graduate of Punahou High School in Honolulu Hawaii. Four-time letter winner for the Buff n Blue. Was a two-time league champion and three-time state champion runnerup. Awarded Most Inspirational Player and Punahou Scholar Athlete award. Team captain on both high school and club teams. Member of Asics Rainbows leading them to the 14 & under National Championship in Junior Olympics. Also plays soccer in the off-season and is on the Leahi Soccer Club. Personal An early childhood education major her full name is Shannan Jean Pomaikai McCready. Parents are John and Lorrie McCready of Aiea Hawaii. She has three older brothers Tyler Spencer and Parker. Born Feb. 9 1993 in Honolulu Hawaii. Year 2011 Total SP 64 64 K 9 9 K S 0.14 0.14 PCT 0.172 0.172 AST AST S 689 10.77 689 10.77 SA 12 12 SE 23 23 DIG 132 132 DIG S 2.06 2.06 BS 1 1 BA 22 22 TOTAL 23 23 BLK S 0.36 0.36 POINTS 33.0 33.0 ALLISON PALMER 5-9 FRESHMAN Setter 23 Laguna Calif. Laguna Beach HS High School Listed as a Top-50 recruit nationally by PrepVolleyball.com Palmer hails from Laguna Beach High School where she played for head coach Lance Stewart. She led the team to the Orange Coast League Championship in 2009 and 2010 picking up All-League First Team honors in consecutive years. During her high school campaign she has also earned All-League Second-Team (2008) and was selected to the All-CIF Southern Section Division IA (2010). Played for club team Laguna Beach VBC out of California for coach Michael Soylular. Personal Majoring in accountancy. Daughter of Sylvain and Rosemary Palmer her full name is Allison Margaret Palmer. Has one brother Andrew and one sister Alexandra. Brother played golf at Cornell and sister played volleyball at Minnesota. ALEXIS PINSON 6-2 JUNIOR Middle Blocker 5 Phoenix Ariz. Xavier College Prep Kills 11 2x last at Oregon State 9 16 11 Points 16.5 at Oregon State 9 16 11 TA 21 2x last at Oregon State 9 16 11 Assists 1 2x last at USC 11 13 10 Service Aces 3 vs. Seattle 9 3 10 Digs 3 vs. Georgia Southern 9 9 11 Block Solos 1 3x last 11 12 11 Block Assists 11 at Oregon State 9 16 11 Career HIGHS 2011 (Sophomore) Had second-best block per set average with 1.02 recording 52 total blocks on three solo and 49 assists. Tied career-best of 11 kills on Sept. 16 against Oregon State where she also had her career-best 11 block assists which ties for the second-best block assists in program history. Hit third-best hitting percentage on the team with .243 on 72 kills from the year. Was given Honorable Mention accolades on the Pac-12 All-Academic Team. 2010 (Freshman) Continued to improve throughout the season posting 59 kills and 33 blocks. Had a huge effort Oct. 31 vs. UC Riverside tallying 11 kills to help the Sun Devils complete the sweep. 2009 (Freshman-Redshirt) A walk-on Pinson saw limited time on the floor during the season but improved vastly both throughout the season and in the off-season to look to vie for time at middle blocker in the 2010 season. High School A 2009 graduate of Xavier College Prepatory in Phoenix Ariz where she earned two varsity volleyball letters. In 2007 Alexis was named PrepVolleyball.com Most Improved 3rd Team Xavier Most Improved Player All Region Honorable Mention All State Honorable Mention as well as being a member of the Desert Valley Region Champions and 5A-1 State Champion squads. 2008 saw Pinson named AZ United Dairyman s 1st team All- American All Region 1st team All State Honorable Mention Westwood Tournament All-Tournament team Team Captain and Xavier Outstanding Senior Athlete as well as being a member of the Westwood Tournament Champion Goldwater Invitational Champion Desert Valley Region Champion and 5A-1 State Champion teams. In addition to playing for Xavier Pinson also was a member of the Arizona Volleyball Academy. Personal A business communications major focused in communications her full name is Alexis Noele Pinson. Parents are Ernie and Denise Pinson of Phoenix Ariz. Born December 5 1990 in Phoenix Ariz. Year 2010 2011 Total SP 38 51 89 K 59 72 131 K S 1.55 1.41 1.47 PCT 0.382 0.243 0.279 AST AST S 2 0.05 0 0.00 2 0.02 SA 3 0 3 SE 3 0 3 DIG 4 8 12 DIG S 0.11 0.16 0.13 BS 1 3 4 BA 32 49 81 TOTAL 33 52 85 BLK S 0.87 1.02 0.96 POINTS 79.0 99.5 178.5 STEPHANIE PREACH 5-8 JUNIOR Libero 6 Phoenix Ariz. Xavier College Prep Kills 4 vs. San Deigo State 9 3 10 Points 6.5 vs. Seattle 9 3 10 TA 7 2x last vs. San Diego State 9 3 10 Assists 45 vs. Seattle 9 3 10 Service Aces 3 vs. UC Riverside 9 11 10 Digs 43 vs. USC 10 8 11 Block Solos 2 vs. Seattle 9 3 10 Block Assists 1 3x last vs. UCLA 11 12 10 Career HIGHS 2011 (Sophomore) One of two Devils to play in all 116 sets for the Devils starting all 31 matches as libero. Had 610 digs on the season with a 5.26 average best on the team and first overall in the Pac-12 finishing 32nd nationally. Also recorded 24 service aces first overall on the squad. Notched 53 assists third most for ASU. Season-best of two service aces occurred in six matches. Most digs came against USC on Oct. 8 with 43 which is tied for fourth best in program history. Received Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week honors for the week of Nov. 14 the 15th Player of the Week for ASU all-time and first since Sept. 30 2002. Was named to Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention team. 2010 (Freshman) Had a major impact her freshman year playing in 101 sets. Finished second on the team in with 117 assists and 317 digs. Also posted 14 service aces. High School A 2010 graduate of Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix Ariz. where she was a four-time letterwinner in volleyball. Preach also captained the Gator squad for two seasons. Awards include Gatorade Player of the Year in 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 All-Arizona Team in 2007-09 First Team All-State 2007-2009 and Under Armour All-American. Was a member of the Arizona Volleyball Academy. Preach was a member of National Honors Society and was honored with a Scholar-Athlete Award. Lists winning state as her most exciting moment in sports. Played club ball for Arizona Volleyball Academy. Personal A communication major with a minor in psychology her full name is Stephanie Michelle Preach. Parents are Brett and Debra Preach of Phoenix Ariz. RJ Preach played for ASU baseball from 2006-08 and sister Kristen plays volleyball for Grand Canyon. Is the youngest of four with three sisters Lindsay Kristen and Lacey. Born Aug. 26 1991 in Phoenix Ariz. Year 2010 2011 Total SP 101 116 217 K 10 2 12 K S 0.10 0.02 0.05 PCT 0.267 0.000 0.154 AST AST S 117 1.16 53 0.46 170 0.78 SA 14 24 38 SE 39 46 85 DIG 23 610 841 DIG S 0.25 5.26 3.88 BS 2 0 2 BA 3 0 3 TOTAL 5 0 5 BLK S 0.05 0.00 0.02 POINTS 27.5 26.0 53.5 Trophy Case 2011 Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week Nov. 14 KYLEE TERHUNE 6-1 SOPHOMORE Outside Hitter 9 Albuquerque N.M. La Cueva HS Kills 9 2x last at USC 11 18 11 Points 9.5 2x last at USC 11 18 11 TA 26 2x last at USC 11 18 11 Assists 1 3x last vs. Oregon State 11 5 11 Service Aces -Digs 3 vs. Oregon 11 4 11 Block Solos 2 vs. Oregon 11 4 11 Block Assists 4 vs. California 10 21 11 Career HIGHS 2011 (RS Freshman) Established her presence on the squad by playing in 44 sets. Threw down 76 kills for a 1.73 average. Also registered 20 total blocks with three solo and 17 assists. Season-high of nine kills came twice in the season on Nov. 11 versus Colorado then Nov. 18 at USC. High School A 2010 graduate of La Cueva High School in Albuquerque N.M. where she was a fourtime letterwinner in volleyball and captained the Bears for two years. Also a member of the New Mexico Juniors team. Awards include First Team 5A All-State 2008-2009 and 20072008 Second Team 5A All-State 2009-2010 First Team All-District 2007-2010. Off the court was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal An health sciences (pre-professional) major her full name is Kylee Andrel Terhune. Her parents are Mark and Ranae Terhune of Albuquerque N.M. Has one older brother Brandon. Born in Albuquerque N.M. Year 2011 Total SP 44 44 K 76 76 K S 1.52 1.52 PCT 0.138 0.138 AST AST S 3 0.07 3 0.07 SA 0 0 SE 0 0 DIG 11 11 DIG S 0.25 0.25 BS 3 3 BA 17 17 TOTAL 20 20 BLK S 0.45 0.45 POINTS 87.5 87.5 JENNY TESLEVICH 5-9 JUNIOR Libero 4 Phoenix Ariz. Xavier College Prep Kills 1 2x last vs. High Point 9 10 10 Points 2 3x last vs. Utah 11 12 11 TA 1 3x last vs. Utah Valley State 9 10 10 Assists 2 3x last at Washington State 10 29 11 Service Aces 2 3x last vs. Utah 11 12 11 Digs 18 vs. Seattle 9 3 10 Block Solos -Block Assists -- Career HIGHS 2011 (Sophomore) Became consistent player in conference play participating in 54 sets on the season. Registered 120 digs the fifth most on the squad. Also notched 8 service aces. Season-high number of digs was 16 on Oct. 28 at Washington. 2010 (Freshman) As a freshman contributed right out of the gate playing in 114 sets. Was fifth on the team with 209 digs also producing 11 service aces. High School A 2010 graduate of Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix Ariz. where she was a twoyear letterwinner for the Gators. Captained the team her senior season. Also a member of the AZ Storm Club team. Awards include best Defensive Player 2008 & 2009 All-Region 2008 & 2009 All-State 2009. Member of the State Championship teams of 2008 & 2009. Also excelled in academics a member of the National Honor Society. Lists winning Festival and blocking a ball as her most exciting moments in sports. Personal A kinesiology major her full name is Jennifer Lynn Teslevich. Parents are Greg and Ann Teslevich of Phoenix Ariz. Is the youngest of five with two brothers Michael and Jon and two sisters Sarah and Chrissy. Sister Sarah was an athlete at Irvine and Phoenix College. Born Aug. 30 1992 in Phoenix Ariz. Year 2010 2011 Total SP 114 54 168 K 2 0 2 K S 0.02 0.00 0.01 PCT 0.333 0.000 0.333 AST AST S 10 0.09 6 0.11 16 0.10 SA 11 8 19 SE 13 8 21 DIG 209 120 329 DIG S 1.83 2.22 1.96 BS 0 0 0 BA 0 0 0 TOTAL 0 0 0 BLK S 0 0 0 POINTS 13.0 8.0 21.0 NORA TUIOTI-MARINER 6-1 SOPHOMORE Outside Hitter 1 Corona Calif. Corona HS Kills 19 vs. Utah 11 12 11 Points 21 vs. Washington State 9 23 11 TA 72 vs. Utah 11 12 11 Assists 3 2x last at California 10 1 11 Service Aces 3 at Iowa State 9 2 11 Digs 16 vs. UW Milwaukee 8 27 11 Block Solos 2 vs. Washington State 9 23 11 Block Assists 11 at Oregon State 9 16 11 Career HIGHS 2011 (Freshman) Had an outstanding freshman season becoming a consistant starter. Threw down for 259 kills on a 2.51 kill per set average the third most on the team. Also recorded 83 blocks including a season-high of eleven assists against Oregon State on Sept. 16 which broke the ASU record for block assists in a match by a freshman. Contributed 16 service aces and 233 digs. Had seven double-doubles throughout the year. Season-high of 19 kills came on Nov. 12 against Utah. Had three service-aces on Sept. 2 against Iowa State. Named Freshman of the Week for the week of Nov. 14 the first Freshman of the Week for ASU since the Pac-12 was formed. Was named to the Pac-12 All-Freshman Team Honorable Mention. High School A 2011 graduate of Corona High School in Corona Calif. where she was a three-year letterwinner for the panthers. Played middle blocker and outside hitter positions. Named 2009 2010 All-League Team and honorable mention in 2008. Led the panthers to the League Championship in 2008. Member of Laguna Beach Volleyball Club. All-America Team in 2010 at the Junior Olympics and a Bronze medalist in 2010. Personal Full name is Nora Sharma Tuioti-Mariner. Parents are Max and Josie Tuioti-Mariner of Corona Calif. Has six siblings Latfu Christie Max Celeste Jacob and Sarah. Born Feb. 19 1993 in Fountain Valley Calif. Year 2011 Total SP 103 103 K 259 259 K S 2.51 2.51 PCT 0.140 0.140 AST AST S 16 0.16 16 0.16 SA 16 16 SE 13 13 DIG 233 233 DIG S 2.26 2.26 BS 6 6 BA 77 77 TOTAL 83 83 BLK S 0.81 0.81 POINTS 319.5 319.5 Trophy Case 2011 Pac-12 All-Freshman Team Honorable Mention Pac-12 Freshman of the Week Nov. 14 ERICA WILSON 6-0 SENIOR Middle Blocker 10 Oceanside Calif. Fallbrook HS Kills 15 2x last at Colorado 10 15 11 Points 20 at California 11 24 10 TA 27 3x last vs. Utah 11 12 11 Assists 2 vs. Stanford 10 22 11 Service Aces 3 vs. Stanford 9 24 10 Digs 6 4x last vs. Utah 11 12 11 Block Solos 3 at Oregon 10 8 10 Block Assists 9 vs. Cincinnati 8 29 09 Career HIGHS 2011 (Junior) Continued to be an important component on the team starting all 31 sets. Led the team in blocks for the second consecutive year with 85 total on five solo and 80 assists. Had a .325 hitting percentage on the season which was tenth in the Pac-12 conference and 107th nationally. Season high of 15 kills on Oct. 15 at Colorado. Had six block assists in two games on the year first on Aug. 27 against San Jose State then on Sept. 16 in the Pac-12 opener at Oregon State. Was named to the 2011 COBRA Magazine All-Southwest Region Team Honorable Mention. 2010 (Sophomore) Had a profound impact in her second year with the Sun Devils starting every game. Led the team with 120 blocks and 27 service aces was second with 335.5 points and third with 244 kills. Posted a break-out performance Sep. 11 against UC Riverside tallying nine kills for an average of .583. Also posted nine blocks Sep. 17 against Michigan and eight blocks Oct. 8 vs. Oregon. 2009 (Freshman) Came out to immediately help impact the Sun Devils helping to lead the ASU D to a third place rank in the Pac-10 in blocks per set and 13th in the NCAA. Was fifth on the team in blocks with 59 for a 0.94 blocks per set average. Collected 84 kills for a 1.33 kills per set average. High School A 2009 graduate of Fallbrook High School in Fallbrook Calif. While a letterwinner in volleyball Wilson also captained the Fallbrook Warriors. A member of the Coast Volleyball Club as well. Personal A communications major her full name is Erica Martrece Wilson. Parents are Eric and Angela Wilson of Oceanside Calif. Has one younger brother and an older sister. Born May 26 1991 in Akron Ohio. Year 2009 2010 2011 Total SP 63 124 116 303 K 84 244 275 603 K S 1.33 1.97 2.37 1.99 PCT 0.174 0.318 0.325 0.296 AST AST S 3 0.05 8 0.06 10 0.09 21 0.07 SA 0 27 21 48 SE 0 55 40 95 DIG 18 53 80 151 DIG S 0.29 0.43 0.69 0.50 BS 5 9 5 19 BA 54 111 80 245 TOTAL 59 120 85 264 BLK S 0.94 0.97 0.73 0.87 POINTS 116.0 335.5 341.0 792.5 Trophy Case 2011 COBRA Magazine All-Southwest Region Team Honorable Mention Record Book SINGLE SEASON LEADERS 1976-2011 Kills 599 555 523 497 495 489 488 477 475 459 456 Assists 1452 1450 1444 1413 1277 1255 1250 1228 1208 1183 1182 1138 BS 83 74 74 73 59 49 47 47 42 38 38 BA 186 129 128 114 111 111 110 108 106 103 101 Amanda Burbridge .................2000 Mindy Gowell ..........................1990 Tammy Webb .........................1985 Christy Nore ...........................1988 Christine Garner .....................1993 Tammy Webb .........................1986 Sarah Reaves.........................2010 Christine Garner .....................1994 Christine Garner .....................1992 Sarah Reaves.........................2009 Amanda Burbridge .................1998 Cheryl Anglin ..........................2000 Regina Stahl ...........................1985 Noelle Fridrich ........................1988 Regina Stahl ...........................1986 Marina Mercer ........................2007 Regina Stahl ...........................1987 Jennifer Helfrich .....................1992 Jolynn Faatulu ........................1998 Cat Highmark .........................2010 Marina Mercer ........................2006 Jennifer Helfrich .....................1990 Marina Mercer ........................2008 Tammy Webb .........................1985 Tracey Barberie ......................1985 Tina Berg ................................1990 Amy Nelson ............................1992 Tammy Webb .........................1986 Tammy Motyka .......................1985 Tina Berg ................................1989 Amy Nelson ............................1991 Sue Nord ................................1986 Tammy Webb .........................1984 Kirstin Mattson........................1994 Tina Berg ................................1990 Debbie Penney .......................1990 Paige Mittelstaedt ...................2009 Tina Berg ................................1989 Kirstin Mattson........................1997 Erica Wilson ...........................2010 Nancy Christian ......................1993 Nancy Christian ......................1990 Sonja Markanovich .................2008 Sara Todorovich .....................2008 Sue Nord ................................1988 Digs 742 640 628 610 601 556 538 489 465 464 450 436 Aces 65 63 50 50 50 48 46 46 45 44 44 44 Sydney Donahue ....................2006 Sydney Donahue ....................2007 Sydney Donahue ....................2005 Stephanie Preach ...................2011 Mindy Gowell ..........................1990 Christy Nore ...........................1988 Kelly Plaisted ..........................1990 Sarah Johnson .......................2010 Tammy Webb .........................1986 Jami Coughlin.........................2000 Sarah Johnson .......................2008 Tracey Barberie ......................1986 Regina Stahl ...........................1984 Tracey Barberie ......................1985 Regina Stahl ...........................1986 Tracie Kisro ............................1988 Juliana Escobar ......................2002 Nancy Christian ......................1992 Christine Garner .....................1993 Tammy Webb .........................1984 Lisa Stuck ...............................1982 Valentina Vega .......................1982 Tammy Webb .........................1986 Nancy Christian .....................1990 Team Records Wins 31 ..................................1982 Kills 2004 ..............................1986 KPG 17.17 .............................2000 Hitting .278 ...............................1986 Assists 1 765 .............................2000 Aces 286 ................................1984 Digs 2 560 .............................1990 Block Solo 277 ................................1985 Block Assist 503 ................................2009 Total Blocks 456.6 .............................1990 BPG 3.87 ...............................1984 Points 2 641.5 ..........................1989 CAREER LEADERS 1976-2011 Kills 1. Christine Garner 1992-95 ........................ 1871 2. Tammy Webb 1983-86 ............................ 1679 3. Amanda Burbridge 1997-2000 ................ 1597 4. Sarah Reaves 2007-10 ........................... 1538 5. Christy Nore 1985-88 .............................. 1517 6. Valentina Vega 1982-83 85-86 ............... 1392 7. Jami Coughlin 1998-2001 ....................... 1360 8. Lisa Stuck 1980-83 ................................. 1296 9. Mindy Gowell 1987-91 ............................ 1260 10. Terri Cox 1994-97.................................... 1185 Assists 1. Regina Stahl 1984-97 ............................. 5180 2. Cheryl Anglin 2000-03 ............................. 4296 3. Marina Mercer 2006-09 ........................... 3680 4. JenniferHelfich 1989-92 ......................... 2956 5. Noelle Fridrich 1986-89 ........................... 2731 6. Jolynn Faatulu 1995-98........................... 2730 7. Tiffannie Johnson-Gates 1990-94 ........... 2698 8. TracyHeflin 1993-96 ............................... 2238 Block Solos 1. Tammy Webb 1983-86 ............................ 196 2. Tina Berg 1987-90................................... 152 3. Tracey Barberie 1984-97......................... 138 4. Amy Nelson 1990-92............................... 124 5. Sue Nord 1986-89 ................................... 116 6. Kirstin Mattson 1993-97 .......................... 104 Block Assists 1. Tina Berg 1987-90................................... 378 2. Sonja Markanovich 2008-11 .................... 329 3. Sue Nord 1986-89 ................................... 305 4. Tammy Webb 1983-86 ............................ 296 5. Debbie Penney 1988-91 .......................... 276 6. Nancy Christian 1990-93......................... 272 7. Laura Hibsman 1996-99.......................... 259 8. Kirstin Mattson 1993-97 .......................... 258 9. Terri Edison 1980-83 ............................... 250 10. Leanne Schuster 1991-94 ....................... 233 Total Blocks 1. Tina Berg 1987-90................................... 530 2. Tammy Webb 1983-86 ............................ 492 3. Sue Nord 1986-89 ................................... 421 4. Kirstin Mattson 1993-97 .......................... 362 5. Sonja Markanovich 2008-11 .................... 358 6. Tracey Barnerie 1984-87......................... 341 7. Amy Nelson 1990-92............................... 328 Digs 1. Sydney Donahue 2004-07 ...................... 2385 2. Christy Nore 1985-88 .............................. 1597 3. Jami Coughlin 1998-2001 ....................... 1528 4. Terri Cox 1994-97.................................... 1382 5. Mindy Gowell 1987-91 ............................ 1365 6. Leanne Schuster 1991-94 ....................... 1284 7. Christine Garner 1992-95 ........................ 1253 8. Nancy Christian 1990-93......................... 1221 9. Kelly Plaisted 1987-90 ............................ 1194 10. Tammy Webb 1983-86 ............................ 1178 Service Aces 1. Regina Stahl 1984-87 ............................. 178 2. Tracey Barberie 1984-87......................... 172 3. Lisa Stuck 1980-83 ................................. 152 4. Christine Garner 1992-95 ........................ 145 5. Valentina Vega 1982-86 .......................... 143 Tammy Webb 1983-86 ............................ 143 7. Nancy Christian 1990-93......................... 139 8. Jami Coughlin 1998-2001 ....................... 108 9. Leanne Schuster 1991-94 ....................... 107 10. Jennifer Helfrich 1989-92 ........................ 104 YEARLY STATISTICAL LEADERS 1976-2011 Kills 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 Digs 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 Ashley Kastl ................................... 424 Sarah Reaves ................................ 488 Sarah Reaves ................................ 459 Sarah Reaves ................................ 431 Sarah Reaves ................................ 418 Nina Reeves .................................. 362 Nicole Morton................................. 300 Nicole Morton................................. 314 Natalie Harris ................................. 383 Juliana Escobar ............................. 420 Jami Coughlin ................................ 349 Amanda Burbridge ......................... 599 Amanda Burbridge ......................... 412 Amanda Burbridge ......................... 456 Terri Cox ........................................ 417 Terri Cox ........................................ 441 Christine Garner ............................ 424 Christine Garner ............................ 477 Christine Garner ............................ 495 Christine Garner ............................ 475 Mindy Gowell ................................. 346 Mindy Gowell ................................. 555 Sue Nord........................................293 Christy Nore ................................... 497 Christy Nore ................................... 345 Christy Nore ................................... 436 Tammy Webb ................................. 523 Tammy Webb ................................. 379 Lisa Stuck ...................................... 383 Lisa Stuck ...................................... 413 Stephanie Preach .......................... 610 Sarah Johnson............................... 489 Sarah Johnson............................... 423 Sarah Johnson............................... 450 Sydney Donahue ........................... 640 Sydney Donahue ........................... 742 Sydney Donahue ........................... 628 Sydney Donahue ........................... 375 Courtney Blocher ........................... 287 Juliana Escobar ............................. 329 Jami Coughlin ................................ 390 Jami Coughlin ................................ 464 Jami Coughlin ................................ 319 Jami Coughlin ................................ 355 Terri Cox ........................................ 361 Terri Cox ........................................ 426 Terri Cox ........................................ 357 Leanne Schuster............................ 327 Leanne Schuster............................ 379 Christine Everett ............................ 374 Mindy Gowell ................................. 306 Mindy Gowell ................................. 601 Mindy Gowell ................................. 367 Christy Nore ................................... 556 Christy Nore ................................... 318 Tammy Webb ................................. 465 Tammy Webb ................................. 327 Regina Stahl .................................. 265 N A Lisa Stuck ...................................... 29 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1982 Julia Leddy..................................... 22 Amanda Burbridge ......................... 32 Amanda Burbridge ......................... 17 Shawna Vanley .............................. 13 Kirstin Mattson ............................... 28 Kirstin Mattson ............................... 35 Holly Sones.................................... 28 Kirstin Mattson ............................... 38 Nancy Christian ............................. 27 Amy Nelson ................................... 73 Amy Nelson ................................... 47 Tina Berg ....................................... 74 Tina Berg ....................................... 47 Dawn Meidinger ............................. 32 Tina Berg ....................................... 24 Tammy Webb ................................. 59 Tammy Webb ................................. 83 Tammy Webb ................................. 38 Terri Edison .................................... 32 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 Jennifer Helfrich ............................. 1182 Noelle Fridrich................................ 1086 Noelle Fridrich................................ 1444 Regina Stahl .................................. 1255 Regina Stahl .................................. 1413 Regina Stahl .................................. 1450 Regina Stahl .................................. 1062 Block Assists 2011 Erica Wilson ................................... 80 2010 Erica Wilson ................................... 111 2009 Paige Mittelstaedt .......................... 128 2008 Sonja Markanovich ........................ 106 2007 Sarah Todorovich ........................... 70 2006 Staci Smith..................................... 78 2005 Staci Smith..................................... 76 2004 Colette Meek.................................. 78 2003 Mandy Stephens ............................ 50 2002 Jodi Smith ...................................... 69 2001 Jodi Smith ...................................... 60 2000 Michelle Mortensen........................ 98 1999 Jamie Peck .................................... 76 1998 Shawna Vanley .............................. 111 1997 Kirstin Mattson ............................... 111 1996 Laura Hibsman .............................. 83 1995 Annette Monsen............................. 87 1994 Leanne Schuster............................ 60 Kirstin Mattson ............................... 60 1993 Nancy Christian ............................. 110 1992 Amy Nelson ................................... 100 1991 Amy Nelson ................................... 80 1990 Tina Berg ....................................... 186 1989 Tina Berg ....................................... 114 1988 Sue Nord........................................ 101 1987 Dawn Meidinger ............................. 72 1986 Tammy Webb ................................. 75 1985 Tammy Webb ................................. 84 1984 Tammy Webb ................................. 79 1983 Terri Edison .................................... 98 1982 Terri Edison .................................... 94 Assists 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 Shannan McCready ....................... 689 Cat Highmark ................................. 1208 Cat Highmark ................................. 850 Marina Mercer................................ 1138 Marina Mercer................................ 1277 Marina Mercer................................ 1183 Giovana Melo................................. 850 Rachel Mittelstaedt ........................ 932 Cheryl Anglin.................................. 736 Cheryl Anglin.................................. 994 Cheryl Anglin.................................. 1114 Cheryl Anglin.................................. 1452 Becky Sidoti ................................... 1059 Jolynn Faatulu ............................... 1228 Jolynn Faatulu ............................... 998 TracyHeflin .................................... 1122 TracyHeflin .................................... 721 Tiffannie Johnson-Gates ................ 1098 Tiffannie Johnson-Gates ................ 1000 Jennifer Helfrich ............................. 1250 Leanne Schuster............................ 508 Service Aces 2011 Stephanie Preach .......................... 24 2010 Erica Wilson ................................... 27 2009 SofieSchlagintweit ........................ 32 2008 Sarah Johnson............................... 26 2007 Marina Mercer................................ 24 2006 Staci Smith..................................... 29 2005 Staci Smith..................................... 32 2004 Sarah Watkins................................ 31 2003 Natalie Harris ................................. 34 2002 Juliana Escobar ............................. 50 2001 Jami Coughlin ................................ 28 2000 Amanda Burbridge ......................... 41 1999 Jami Coughlin ................................ 31 1998 Jami Coughlin ................................ 24 1997 Terri Cox ........................................ 24 1996 Terri Cox ........................................ 19 1995 Holly Sones.................................... 33 1994 Christine Garner ............................ 42 1993 Christine Garner ............................ 46 1992 Nancy Christian ............................. 48 1991 Leanne Schuster............................ 28 1990 Nancy Christian ............................. 44 1989 Debbie Penney .............................. 39 1988 Tracie Kisro .................................... 50 1987 Tracey Barberie ............................. 38 1986 Regina Stahl .................................. 50 1985 Tracey Barberie ............................. 63 1984 Regina Stahl .................................. 65 1983 N A 1982 Lisa Stuck ...................................... 45 Hitting Percentage 2011 Erica Wilson ................................... 325 2010 Erica Wilson ................................... .318 2009 Paige Mittelstaedt .......................... .317 2008 Paige Mittelstaedt .......................... .275 2007 Sara Todorovich ............................. .295 2006 Tierra Burnley ................................ .283 2005 Tierra Burnley ................................ .284 2004 Colette Meek.................................. .296 2003 Mandy Stephens ............................ .383 2002 Julia Leddy..................................... .367 2001 Julia Leddy..................................... .352 2000 Julia Leddy..................................... .328 1999 Jamie Peck .................................... .282 1998 Jamie Peck .................................... .241 1997 Laura Hibsman .............................. .264 1996 Kirstin Mattson ............................... .206 1995 Holly Sones.................................... .282 1994 Holly Sones.................................... .248 1993 Holly Sones.................................... .220 1992 Christine Garner ............................ .280 1991 Debbie Penney .............................. .305 1990 Mindy Gowell ................................. .267 1989 Sue Nord.........................................258 Block Solos 2011 Ashley Kastl ................................... 8 2010 Sarah Reaves ................................ 13 2009 Sarah Reaves ................................ 14 2008 Sarah Reaves ................................ 13 2007 Sara Todorovich ............................. 21 2006 Staci Smith..................................... 20 2005 Tierra Burnley ................................ 10 2004 Colette Meek.................................. 19 2003 Natalie Harris ................................. 19 2002 Julia Leddy..................................... 22 INDIVIDUAL MATCH RECORDS Kills 1. Amanda Burbridge (WSU 10 20 00) ......... 39 2. Amanda Burbridge (UW 10 21 00 ............. 38 3. Lisa Stuck (Santa Clara 10 22 82) ............ 35 4. Amanda Burbridge (UW 9 18 98) ............. 34 Christine Garner (New Mexico 9 10 93) ... 34 6. Christine Garner (Santa Clara 9 4 93) ...... 33 7. Christine Garner (Arizona 10 15 93) ......... 32 Valentina Vega (Nebraska 9 27 86) .......... 32 9. Amanda Burbridge (Cal Poly 9 1 00) ........ 31 10. Sarah Reaves (W. Kentucky 9 20 08)....... 30 Terri Cox (Washington 11 16 96) .............. 30 Lisa Stuck (Cal Poly 12 10 82).................. 30 Valentina Vega (UCLA 9 21 86) ................ 30 Christy Nore (UW 10 10 87) ..................... 30 14. Amanda Burbridge (Bradley 9 11 98) ........ 29 Amanda Burbridge (SWT 9 5 99) .............. 29 Lisa Stuck (Illinois State 12 4 82) ............. 29 17. Sarah Reaves (Oregon 9 27 07) .............. 28 Christine Garner (SDSU 12 3 94) ............. 28 Christine Garner (Notre Dame 10 25 93) . 28 Tammy Webb (Stanford 10 18 85) ............ 28 Assists 1. Regina Stahl (UW 10 10 87) ..................... 90 2. Cheryl Anglin (WSU 10 20 00) .................. 84 3. TracyHeflin(Oregon 10 26 96) ................ 80 4. TracyHeflin(NewMexico 9 10 93)........... 78 5. Cheryl Anglin (Cal Poly 9 1 00) ................. 77 6. Regina Stahl (Nebraska 9 27 86) ............. 75 7. Jolynn Faatulu (UW 9 18 98) .................... 74 TracyHeflin(UCLA 10 14 95)................... 74 9. Marina Mercer (Utah Valley 9 8 07) .......... 73 Regina Stahl (Oregon 9 12 86) ................. 73 11. Marina Mercer (Oregon 9 27 07) .............. 72 12. Cheryl Anglin (WSU 9 23 00).................... 71 Regina Stahl (UW 11 22 86) ..................... 71 14. Noelle Fridrich (NAU 10 11 89)................. 70 15. Jolynn Faatulu (WSU 11 20 98)................ 69 Regina Stahl (Arizona 12 7 85) ................ 69 Regina Stahl (LSU 11 25 84) .................... 69 18. Jolynn Faatulu (GW 9 4 98) ...................... 68 19. Cheryl Anglin (UW 10 21 00) .................... 67 Regina Stahl (UCLA 9 21 86) ................... 67 21. Regina Stahl (Kentycky 11 28 86) ............ 66 Rachel Mittelstaedt (WSU 10 16 04) ........ 66 Giovana Melo (WSU 10 27 05) ................. 66 Block Solos 1. Tracey Barberie (Utah 9 7 85) .................... 9 2. Sue Nord (Wyoming 9 26 86) ..................... 8 Tina Berg (USIU 10 22 87) ......................... 8 4. Tammy Webb (Stanford 10 18 85) .............. 7 Sue Nord (Oregon 9 12 86) ........................ 7 6. Terri Edison (Arizona 10 14 83) .................. 6 Kirstin Mattson (Sac State 10 28 94) .......... 6 Nina Reeves (Oregon 11 10 06) ................. 6 Block Assists 1. Dawn Meidinger (OSU 9 30 88) ............... 12 2. Heather Forbes (Stanford 10 23 82) ......... 11 Terri Edison (UCLA 11 10 83) ................... 11 Tina Berg (Washington 11 6 89) ............... 11 Alexis Pinson (Oregon State 9 16 11)....... 11 Nora Tuioti-Mariner (Oregon State 9 16 11) ..... 11 7. Leanne Schuster (UCSB 11 26 93) .......... 10 Tina Berg (three times) .............................. 10 Nancy Christian (Arizona 9 13 90) ............ 10 10. 15 times last by Markanovich vs. Pacific 9 18 10 ... 9 Digs 1. Sydney Donahue (LMU 8 26 06) ............50 2. Sydney Donahue (Virginia 8 24 07) .......... 45 3. Christy Nore (Oregon State 10 29 88) ...... 44 4. Stephanie Preach (USC 10 8 11) ............. 43 Sydney Donahue (Notre Dame 9 4 05) .... 43 6. Christy Nore (Arizona 10 21 88) ............... 41 Sydney Donahue (WSU 11 16 06)............ 41 8. Sydney Donahue (USC 11 19 05) ............ 40 8. Sydney Donahue (Utah Valley 9 8 07) ...... 38 10. Sydney Donahue (California 11 11 05) ..... 37 Sydney Donahue (Duke 9 15 06) ............. 37 12. Sydney Donahue (UCLA 11 23 07) .......... 36 13. Sydney Donahue (WSU 10 20 06) ........... 35 14. Kelly Plaisted (UCLA 10 13 90) ................ 34 Sydney Donahue (Texas State 9 10 05) ... 34 16. Terri Cox (Arizona 11 8 96) ....................... 33 Sydney Donahue (WSU 10 1 05) ............. 33 Sydney Donahue (Oregon 11 26 05) ........ 33 19. Sydney Donahue (New Mex. 8 31 07)....... 32 Christy Nore (UW 11 17 88) ...................... 32 Kelly Plaisted (Texas Tech 9 1 90) ............ 32 Service Aces 1. Regina Stahl (New Mexico 9 7 84) ............. 9 2. Tracey Barberie (Stanford 10 18 85) .......... 8 3. Sarah Watkins (Utah 8 29 03) .................... 7 Kim Mehlhorn (Arizona 9 26 03) ................. 7 Amanda Burbridge (Minnesota 12 2 00) ..... 7 Heather Forbes (CS Fullerton 10 25 80) .... 7 JoElyn Boone (CS Fullerton 10 25 80) ....... 7 Regina Stahl (Indiana 9 6 87) ..................... 7 Sydney Donahue (OSU 9 24 05) ................ 7 - Denotes NCAA single-match record NATIONAL CONFERENCE AWARDS Pac-12 Players of the Week (2) Nora Tuioti-Mariner Nov. 14 2011 Stephanie Preach Nov. 14 2011 Pac-10 Players of the Week (14) Tammy Webb Sept. 29 1986 Tammy Web Dec. 1 1986 Sue Nord Nov. 2 1987 Christy Nore Sept. 6 1988 Christy Nore Oct. 31 1988 Christy Nore Nov. 28 1988 Debbie Penny Oct. 28 1991 Leanne Schuster Oct. 19 1992 Christine Garner Nov. 23 1992 Christine Garner Oct. 18 1993 Christine Garner Nov. 1 1993 Christine Garner Oct. 16 1995 Amanda Burbridge Oct. 23 2000 Juliana Escobar Sept. 30 2002 AVCA All-Americans Tammy Webb Regina Stahl Christy Nore Christine Garner Amanda Burbridge Final AVCA Rankings 1982 9th 1983 18th 1985 13th 1986 13th 1988 14th 1992 14th 1993 10th 1994 15th 1995 11th AVCA National Players of the Week Christine Garner (Oct. 16 1995) Amanda Burbridge (Oct. 23 2000) 1985-86 1986 (2nd) 1988 1995 (2nd) 2000 (2nd) RALLY SCORING RECORDS Kills 93 88 87 86 82 82 vs. Cincinnati (12 6 02) at Utah Valley (9 8 07) at Oregon (10 18 02) at Stanford (10 31 03) at Washington (10 03 02) vs. Oregon State (10 18 03) Attack Percentage (K-E-TA) .867 (13-0-15) Sonja Markanovich (at USC 11 18 11) .789 (15-0-19) Julia Leddy (Oregon 10 18 01) .682 (15-0-22) Staci Smith (Notre Dame 9 17 06) .650 (14-1-20) Kim Mehlhorn (Oregon 9 21 01) .647 (12-1-17) Jody Proctor (USC 9 20 02) .647 (12-1-17) Mandy Stephens (Utah 9 29 03) Assists 76 73 72 70 68 67 66 66 Digs 50 45 43 43 41 40 38 38 Aces 7 7 7 6 5 5 5 5 Cheryl Anglin (10 18 02 at Oregon) Marina Mercer (9 8 07 at Utah Valley) Marina Mercer (9 27 07 vs. Oregon) Cheryl Anglin (12 6 02 vs. Cincinnati) Cheryl Anglin (11 17 01 vs. California) Cheryl Anglin (9 14 02 vs. Cincinnati) Rachel Mittelstaedt (10 16 04 vs. WSU) Giovana Melo (10 27 05 vs. WSU) Sydney Donahue (8 26 06 vs. LMU) Sydney Donahue (8 25 07 vs. Virginia) Stephanie Preach (10 8 11 vs. USC) Sydney Donahue (9 4 05 at Notre Dame) Sydney Donahue (11 16 06 at WSU) Sydney Donahue (11 19 05 vs. USC) Stephanie Preach (11 12 11 vs. Utah) Sydney Donahue (9 8 07 at Utah Valley) Kim Mehlhorn (9 26 03 vs. Arizona) Sarah Watkins (8 29 03 vs. Utah) Sydney Donahue (9 24 04 vs. Oregon State) Juliana Escobar (9 7 02 vs. Creighton) SofieSchlagintweit(9 19 09vs.Wyoming) Juliana Escobar (10 18 02 at Oregon) Jami Coughlin (10 23 01 vs. NAU) Natalie Harris (2x last 9 13 03 vs. SMU) Attack Percentage (K-E-TA) .461 (46-11-76) Creighton (9 7 02) .451 (45-8-82) UTEP (9 4 09) .404 (56-10-114) Oregon (10 18 01) .369 (57-12-122) Oregon State (11 15 02) .361 (61-18-119) Charlston Southern (9 4 09) .358 (54-15-109) Northern Arizona (9 2 07) .351 (54-14-114) Arizona (10 12 07) .349 (65-20-129) Utah (8 29 03) .341 (80-19-179) California (11 17 01) Assists 87 83 81 80 77 75 74 74 Digs 117 109 108 101 100 98 Aces 16 14 13 13 12 vs. Cincinnati (12 6 02) at Oregon (10 18 02) at Stanford (10 31 03) at Utah Valley (9 8 07) vs. Oregon (9 27 07) vs. Clemson (9 14 02) vs. Oregon State (10 18 03) vs. Oregon State (11 24 05) Loyola Marymount (8 26 06) at Washington State (11 16 06) at Oregon (10 18 02) vs. Arizona (11 3 01) vs. UCLA (11 23 07) vs. Cincinnati (12 6 02) vs.Pacific(9 7 02) vs. Arizona (9 26 03) vs. Northern Arizona (10 23 01) vs. Utah (8 29 03) vs. Creighton (9 7 02) Total Blocks 21.5 vs. Cincinnati (8 29 09) 20.5 vs. California (10 11 02) 19.0 vs. Wyoming (9 19 09) 19.0 vs. San Jose State (9 7 07) 18.0 at Oregon State (9 16 11) 17.0 vs.Pacific(9 18 10) 17.0 at Oregon (10 8 10) 17.0 at CS Fullerton (9 18 04) 17.0 vs. Oregon (11 10 06) 16.5 vs. Washington State (11 1 07) Longest Game by Points 42-40 vs. Oregon (9 27 07 - W set L match) 42-40 vs. Arizona (9 27 02) 38-36 vs. Washington (10 12 01) 37-35 at Stanford (10 31 03) 36-38 at Loyola Marymount (9 8 01) 35-33 vs. Cincinnati (12 6 02) Kills 30 28 27 27 27 26 26 25 25 25 Sarah Reaves (9 20 08 vs. W. Kentucky) Sarah Reaves (9 27 07 vs. Oregon) Ashley Kastl (11 12 11 vs. Utah) Ashley Kastl (11 4 11 vs. Oregon) Juliana Escobar (10 18 02 at Oregon) Sarah Reaves (4x last at WSU 10 3 09) Paige MIttelstaedt (9 8 07 at Utah Valley) Danica Mendivil (9 18 10 vs. Utah) Sarah Reaves (11 7 08 vs. Stanford) JulianaEscobar(9 7 02vs.Pacific) Total Blocks 11.0 Sonja Markanovich (9 16 11 at Oregon State) 11.0 Alexis Pinson (9 16 11 at Oregon State) 11.0 Paige Mittelstaedt (9 6 08 vs. UC Irvine) 10.0 Paige Mittelstaedt (10 3 09 at WSU) 10.0 SonjaMarkanovich(9 18 10vs.Pacific) 10.0 Sonja Markanovich (11 5 10 vs. Oregon State) 10.0 Sonja Markanovich (9 19 09 vs. Wyoming) 9.0 Sonja Markanovich (9 10 09 at UNH) 9.0 Sonja Markanovich (10 16 10 vs. UCLA) 9.0 Erica Wilson (8 29 09 vs. Cincinnati) 9.0 Erica Wilson (9 17 10 vs. Michigan) 9.0 Colette Meek (2x last 10 9 04 at Oregon State) 9.0 Staci Smith (10 1 05 at Washington State) 8.0 19 times in ASU history by 13 players. Last Sonja Markanovich (10 8 11 vs. USC) Points (K Aces BS 1 2 BA) 32.5 Juliana Escobar (10 18 02 at Oregon 32.0 JulianaEscobar(9 7 02vs.Pacific 31.0 Sarah Reaves (9 20 08 vs. W. Kentucky 29.5 Sarah Reaves 2x (last 10 3 09 at WSU) 28.5 Sarah Reaves 2x (last 9 12 09 at Montana) 28.0 Sarah Reaves (11 8 08 vs. Cal) 18.0 Paige Mittelstaedt (9 8 07 at Utah Valley) 18.0 Ashley Kastl 2x (last 11 12 11 vs. Utah) ASUVB IN THE POSTSEASON NCAA Tournament Appearances15 Last NCAA Tournament Appearance NCAA Tournament Record Last Appearance in Sweet 16 2006 (Gainsville Fla.) 8-15 1995 POSTSEASON YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2006 2002 2000 NCAA Regional (1st-2nd Round) Gainsville Fla. Arizona State def. College of Charleston 3-1 Florida def. Arizona State 3-1 NCAA Regional (1st-2nd Round) Lincoln Neb. Arizona State def. Cincinnati 3-2 Nebraska def. Arizona State 3-0 NCAA Regional (1st-2nd Round) Minneapolis Minn. Arizona State def. Duke 3-1 Minnesota def. Arizona State 3-1 NCAA Regional (1st Round) Provo Utah Wisconsin def. Arizona State 3-0 NCAA Regional (2nd Round) Tempe Ariz. Arizona State def. UC Santa Barbara 3-2 NCAARegional(Semifinal) Honolulu Hawaii Hawaii def. Arizona State 3-1 NCAA Regional (2nd Round) Tempe Ariz. Arizona State def. San Diego State 3-2 NCAARegional(Semifinal) Standord Calif. Standford def. Arizona State 3-0 NCAA Regional (2nd Round) Tempe Ariz. Arizona def. Arizona State 3-2 NCAA Regional (1st Round) Albuquerque N.M. Arizona State def. New Mexico 3-2 NCAA Regional (2nd Round) Los Angeles Calif. UCLA def. Arizona State 3-0 1990 Women s Invitational Championship Knoxville Tenn. Arizona State def. Dayton 3-0 Arizona State def. William & Mary 3-0 Loyola Marymount def. Arizona State 3-2 Memphis State def. Arizona State 3-2 NCAA West Regional Seattle Wash. Washington def. Arizona State 3-0 NCAA South Regional Arlington Texas Texas-Arlington def. Arizona State 3-0 NCAA West Regional Tempe Ariz. and Provo Utah Arizona State def. Pepperdine 3-0 Brigham Young def. Arizona State 3-1 NCAA West Regional Tucson Ariz. Arizona def. Arizona State 3-1 NCAA West Regional Provo Utah Brigham Young def. Arizona State 3-0 NCAA NW Regional Tempe Ariz. San Luis Obispo Calif. Arizona State def Illinois State 3-1 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo def. Arizona State 3-1 NCAA Southeast Regional Tuscaloosa Ala. Stanford def. Arizona State 3-0 1988 1987 1986 1999 1995 1994 1993 1992 1985 1983 1982 1981 FRESHMEN RECORDS Kills Match ......28 - Sarah Reaves vs. Oregon (9 27 07) Season ..................... 475 - Christine Garner 1992 KPG ......................... 4.17 - Christine Garner 1992 Digs Match 30 - Sydney Donahue vs. Oregon State (11 4 04) Season .................... 375 - Sydney Donahue 2004 DPG ........................ 4.36 - Sydney Donahue 2004 Total Blocks Season .............. 116.0 - Sonja Markanovich 2008 BPG .............................. 1.20 - Colette Meek 2004 Solo Blocks Match .............8 - Sue Nord vs. Wyoming (9 26 86) .......... 8 - Tina Berg vs. US International (10 22 87) Season .................................. 42 - Sue Nord 1986 Block Assists Match 11 - Nora Tuioti-Mariner at Oregon State (9 16 11) Season ...................... 108 - Nancy Christian 1990 Assists Match 84 - Cheryl Anglin vs. Washington State (10 20 00) Season ....................... 1 452 - Cheryl Anglin 2000 APG ............................ 13.08 - Cheryl Anglin 2000 Service Aces Match .... 9 - Regina Stahl vs. New Mexico (9 7 84) Season ............................. 65 - Regina Stahl 1984 SAPG ............................. 0.57 - Regina Stahl 1984 ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 Record 9-22 13-18 13-17 13-18 15-16 16-15 8-20 10-17 9-18 15-12 10-16 18-12 14-13 11-14 13-16 9-15 19-8 18-10 20-8 23-8 14-12 19-16 13-21 20-13 16-15 27-7 22-13 15-18 17-17 31-16 13-16 24-17 13-9 13-7 14-8 15-7 21-8 11-6 21-0 Conf. Rec. (Place) 5-17 (10th) 7-11 (t7th) 3-15 (t9th) 4-14 (8th) 7-11 (7th) 7-11 (t6th) 3-15 (8th) 5-13 (t7th) 4-14 (9th) 8-10 (7th) 5-13 (7th) 9-9 (t5th) 10-8 (5th) 8-10 (t5th) 4-14 (8th) 4-14 (8th) 11-7 (t4th) 11-7 (4th) 13-5 (t2nd) 11-7 (4th) 8-10 (6th) 8-10 (6th) 4-14 (9th) 8-10 (6th) 9-9 (7th) 13-5 (3rd) 2-6 3-11 6-8 8-6 4-8 4-8 4-8 9-4 8-4 (t4th) 11-1 (5th) 13-5 10-2 8-0 (1st) Conference Pac-12 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 Pac-10 PacificWest WCAA WCAA WCAA WCAA WCAA WCAA Intermountain Intermountain Intermountain Intermountain Intermountain Intermountain Postseason Coach Jason Watson Jason Watson Jason Watson Jason Watson Brad Saindon Brad Saindon Brad Saindon Brad Saindon Brad Saindon Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Pattie Snyder Pattie Snyder Pattie Snyder Pattie Snyder Pattie Snyder Debbie Brown Debbie Brown Debbie Brown DebbieBrown Debbie Brown Debbie Brown Dale Flickinger Dale Flickinger Dale Flickinger Dale Flickinger Mary Littlewood Mary Littlewood Mary Littlewood Mary Littlewood Mary Littlewood Mary Littlewood NCAA 2nd Rd NCAA 2nd Rd NCAA 2nd Rd NCAA 1st Rd NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA 2nd Rd NCAA 2nd Rd Nat. Invitational NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAARegional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional AIAW Champ. AIAW Champ. ASUVB ALL-TIME COACHES Coach Jason Watson Brad Saindon Patti Snyder-Park Debbie Brown Dale Flickinger Mary Littlewood Years 2008-Present 2003-07 1989-2002 1983-88 1979-82 1973-78 38 Years Record 48-75 43-70 216-181 117-83 81-58 95-36 600-503 (.544) SEASON-BY-SEASON STATISTICS Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 Coach Jason Watson Jason Watson Jason Watson Jason Watson Brad Saindon Brad Saindon Brad Saindon Brad Saindon Brad Saindon Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder-Park Patti Snyder Patti Snyder Patti Snyder Patti Snyder Patti Snyder Debbie Brown Debbie Brown Debbie Brown Debbie Brown Debbie Brown Debbie Brown Dale Flickinger Dale Flickinger Dale Flickinger Dale Flickinger Mary Littlewood Mary Littlewood Mary Littlewood Mary Littlewood Mary Littlewood Mary Littlewood Record 9-22 13-18 13-17 13-18 15-16 16-15 8-20 10-17 9-18 15-12 10-16 18-12 14-13 11-14 13-16 9-15 19-8 18-10 20-8 23-8 14-12 19-16 13-21 20-13 16-15 27-7 22-13 15-18 17-17 31-16 13-16 24-17 13-9 13-7 14-8 15-7 21-8 11-6 21-0 Conf. Rec. 5-17 (10th) 7-11 (t7th) 3-15 (t9th) 4-14 (8th) 7-11 (7th) 7-11 (t6th) 3-15 (8th) 5-13 (t7th) 4-14 (9th) 8-10 (7th) 5-13 (7th) 9-9 (t5th) 10-8 (5th) 8-10 (t5th) 4-14 (8th) 4-14 (8th) 11-7 (t4th) 11-7 (4th) 13-5 (t2nd) 11-7 (4th) 8-10 (6th) 8-10 (6th) 4-14 (9th) 8-10 (6th) 9-9 (7th) 13-5 (3rd) 2-6 3-11 6-8 8-6 4-8 4-8 4-8 9-4 8-4 (t4th) 11-1 (5th) 13-5 10-2 8-0 (1st) Kills 1462 1562 1358 1412 1724 1692 1409 1270 L 1483 1563 1531 1992 1480 1532 1474 1358 1536 1556 1636 1745 1275 1938 1658 1869 1686 2004 H 1837 1415 Assists 1350 1483 1257 1276 1561 1539 1269 1142 1359 1416 1368 1765 H 1314 1378 1318 1226 1363 1411 1451 1496 1088 L 1622 1390 1647 1455 1704 1672 1212 Block Solos 36 L 51 47 42 75 86 50 65 59 88 87 96 59 75 77 80 100 142 102 155 122 143 126 92 108 185 277 H 91 Block Assists 421 479 503 452 346 421 316 327 213 L 269 246 403 366 364 434 327 369 315 373 382 321 627 H 407 464 336 338 351 298 Digs 1785 1804 1596 1664 1817 2104 1758 1432 1496 1604 1705 2191 1546 1519 1561 1668 1695 1695 2133 2052 1759 2560 H 2505 2290 1533 2252 1777 1302 L Aces 114 143 148 103 133 149 157 120 166 122 128 162 161 132 122 90 L 138 138 178 172 149 247 168 199 200 262 215 286 H ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS SCHOOL .................. RECORD 1ST MET Albany................................. 1-0 2008 Arizona .......................... 39-42 1976 Arkansas............................. 0-1 1996 Arkansas State ................... 1-0 1995 Auburn ................................ 2-0 2005 Baylor ................................. 1-1 1986 Boise State ......................... 1-0 1991 Bowling Green .................... 1-0 1994 Bradley ............................... 0-1 1998 Brigham Young ................. 3-15 1976 BYU-Hawaii ........................ 1-0 1980 Butler .................................. 1-0 2006 California ....................... 27-28 1980 Cal Poly .............................. 2-2 1997 Cal St. Dominguez Hills ...... 2-0 1979 Cal St. Fullerton ................ 17-1 1978 Cal St. Northridge ............... 5-2 1979 Cal St. Sacramento ............ 2-0 1993 Cal St. Stanislaus ............... 1-0 1980 Central Arizona ................... 1-0 1980 Central Florida .................... 1-0 1997 Charleston Southern........... 1-0 2009 Cincinnati ............................ 3-0 2002 Clemson ............................. 1-0 2002 College of Charleston ......... 1-0 2006 Colorado ............................ 3-0 1990 Colorado State.................. 10-0 1976 Connecticut......................... 1-0 1998 Creighton ............................ 1-0 2002 Dayton ................................ 2-1 1990 Denver ................................ 1-0 2011 Duke ................................... 1-1 2000 Eastern Illinois .................... 1-0 1992 Eastern Michigan ................ 1-0 1995 Florida International ............ 1-0 2004 Florida................................. 0-1 2006 Florida A&M ........................ 1-0 2007 Florida State ....................... 1-0 1984 Fordham ............................. 1-0 2004 Fresno State ....................... 2-0 1982 George Washington ............ 4-0 1985 Georgia Southern ............... 1-0 2011 Georgia Tech ...................... 2-0 1998 Gonzaga ............................. 1-0 2003 Grand Canyon .................... 6-0 1981 Harvard ............................... 1-0 2009 Hawaii ................................. 1-7 1979 High Point ........................... 1-0 2010 Hofstra ................................ 4-0 1990 Houston .............................. 3-2 1980 Idaho State ......................... 1-0 2009 Illinois.................................. 0-1 1987 Illinois State ........................ 2-0 1984 Indiana ................................ 3-0 1987 Iowa .................................... 2-1 1984 Iowa State........................... 1-1 2007 IUPUI .................................. 1-0 2000 Kansas State ...................... 0-1 2008 Kentucky ............................. 1-2 1983 Lamar ................................. 2-0 1982 Long Beach State ............... 8-5 1979 Long Island Brooklyn .......... 1-0 2007 Louisiana State ................... 2-3 1983 Louisville ............................. 1-0 Loyola Marymount .............. 4-4 Maryland ............................. 1-0 Memphis State.................... 0-1 Michigan ............................. 1-2 Michigan State .................... 2-0 Milwaukee........................... 1-0 Minnesota ........................... 1-1 Montana.............................. 2-0 Montana State .................... 3-0 Nebraska ......................... 1-3-1 Nevada ............................... 3-2 New Hampshire .................. 2-0 New Mexico ...................... 16-1 New Mexico State............. 12-3 North Carolina .................... 0-1 North Dakota ...................... 1-0 North Texas ........................ 2-0 Northern Arizona............ 34-4-1 Northern Colorado .............. 3-0 Northern Iowa ..................... 2-0 Northeastern ....................... 1-0 Northwestern ...................... 0-1 Notre Dame ........................ 4-1 Ohio .................................... 0-1 Ohio State........................... 1-1 Oral Roberts .................... 2-0-1 Oregon .......................... 35-17 Oregon State ................. 37-16 Pacific ................................. 2-7 Pepperdine ......................... 3-5 Pittsburgh ........................... 0-1 Portland .............................. 1-0 Portland State ..................... 3-1 Providence.......................... 1-0 Purdue ................................ 0-1 Rice .................................... 1-0 Sacramento State ............... 1-0 San Diego ........................... 4-2 San Diego State ............... 6-13 San Jose State ................... 1-2 Santa Clara......................... 2-2 Seattle ................................ 1-0 SMU.................................... 1-1 Southern Miss..................... 1-0 South Carolina .................... 2-2 South Florida ...................... 2-0 St. Mary s College .............. 2-0 St. Xavier ............................ 1-0 Stephen F. Austin................ 3-0 Stanford ........................... 5-59 Syracuse............................. 1-0 Tennessee .......................... 2-2 Tennessee-Chattanooga .... 1-0 Texas .................................. 0-4 Texas A&M.......................... 4-0 Texas-Arlington ................... 0-3 Texas State (SW Texas) ..... 3-0 Texas Tech.......................... 5-2 Toledo ................................. 0-1 Tulane ................................. 3-0 U.S. International ................ 4-0 UC Irvine............................. 3-0 UC Riverside ...................... 5-0 1983 1993 1992 1990 1983 1980 2011 1994 2008 1982 1983 1980 2004 1976 1976 2011 2009 1979 1976 1976 1985 2006 1981 1983 2003 1988 1979 1986 1985 1980 1981 1989 2008 1980 1992 2006 1997 2000 1980 1977 1980 1982 2010 2003 2011 1999 1997 1995 1984 1996 1979 1989 1983 2003 1981 1983 1987 1999 1982 2004 2004 1982 1982 1982 UC Santa Barbara ............ 1-10 UCLA ............................... 9-62 UNLV .................................. 3-4 USC ............................ 11-1-58 UTEP .................................. 7-0 Utah ................................... 9-5 Utah State........................... 5-3 Utah Valley State ................ 2-1 Virginia................................ 0-1 VCU .................................... 2-0 Virginia Tech ....................... 2-0 Washington ................... 19-37 Washington State .......... 29-24 Weber State........................ 9-0 West Virginia ...................... 1-0 Western Illinois ................... 1-0 Western Kentucky .............. 0-1 Western Michigan ............... 2-1 Wichita State ...................... 1-0 Wisconsin ........................... 0-1 William & Mary.................... 1-0 Wright State ........................ 1-0 Wyoming............................. 7-2 Denotes Pac-12 Opponent 1979 1979 1978 1979 1976 1976 1976 2006 2007 2007 1999 1982 1986 1976 1989 1992 2008 2985 1989 1999 1990 1996 1976 YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1973 Season Record 21-0 Intermountain Conf. Record 8-0 AIAW Champions Head Coach Mary Littlewood (1st yr) --Matches Not Available-1974 Season Record 11-6 Intermountain Conf. Record 10-2 AIAW Champions Head Coach Mary Littlewood (2nd yr) --Matches Not Available-1975 Season Record 21-8 Intermountain Conf. Record 13-5 Head Coach Mary Littlewood (3rd yr) --Matches Not Available-1976 Season Record 15-7 Intermountain Conf. Record 11-1 5th Head Coach Mary Littlewood (4th yr) Northern Colorado .............W 2-0 Wyoming ............................W 2-0 Colorado State .................. W 2-0 Utah ..................................W 2-0 Utah State ..........................W 2-1 Weber State .......................W 2-0 New Mexico .......................W 2-0 UTEP .................................W 2-0 New Mexico State .............W 2-0 Arizona ...............................W 2-0 Northern Arizona ................W 2-1 Brigham Young.................... L 2-0 1977 Season Record 14-8 Intermountain Conf. Record 8-4 t4th Head Coach Mary Littlewood (5th yr) Mesa CC ............................. L 3-2 Mesa CC ............................W 3-0 Arizona ...............................W 2-0 Mesa CC ...........................W 2-1 San Diego State .................W 2-0 Northern Arizona ................W 2-1 Arizona ...............................W 2-1 Brigham Young .................. L 2-1 Utah ..................................W 3-0 New Mexico State .............. L 3-0 New Mexico ......................W 3-0 UTEP ................................W 3-1 Colorado State ..................W 2-1 Northern Colorado ............W 3-2 Wyoming ...........................W 3-1 Arizona .............................. L 3-0 Northern Arizona ...............W 3-0 Utah State .......................... L 3-0 Weber State ......................W 3-0 11 18 Arizona .............................. L 2-1 Utah State ......................... L 2-0 Northern Arizona ............... L 2-0 Intermountain Conference opponent Intermountain Region VII Tournament 1978 Season Record 13-7 Intermountain Conf. Record 9-4 Head Coach Mary Littlewood (6th yr) 9 8 Mesa CC ............................ L 3-1 9 16 UNLV..................................W 2-0 9 16 Cal State Fullerton .............W 2-0 9 16 Arizona ................................ L 2-0 9 18 Mesa CC ............................W 3-0 10 5 Arizona ................................ L 3-2 10 7 New Mexico .......................W 3-0 10 13 Utah .................................... L 3-1 10 14 Brigham Young.................... L 3-2 10 19 Colorado State ...................W 3-0 10 20 Northern Colorado .............W 3-0 10 21 Wyoming ............................W 3-0 10 27 UTEP .................................W 3-0 10 28 New Mexico State ..............W 3-0 11 2 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 11 10 Weber State .......................W 3-0 11 11 Utah State ..........................W 3-2 12 6 Utah ................................... L 3-1 12 7 Arizona .............................. L 3-1 12 7 New Mexico State ............W 3-0 Intermountain Championships 1979 Season Record 13-9 WCAA Record 4-8 Head Coach Dale Flickinger (1st yr) 9 14 Northern Arizona ...............W 2-0 9 15 New Mexico ......................W 2-0 9 15 UTEP ................................W 2-0 9 15 New Mexico State .............W 3-2 9 19 Mesa CC ............................W 3-0 9 21 UC-Santa Barbara ............ L 2-0 9 21 Oral Roberts ..................... T 1-1 9 21 San Diego State ................ L 2-0 9 21 North Texas ........................W 2-0 9 21 Arizona .............................. L 2-1 9 28 UCLA ................................. L 3-2 9 29 Cal State Fullerton ............W 3-1 10 2 Northern Arizona ................W 3-1 10 5 Long Beach State .............. L 2-1 10 6 USC ................................... L 3-0 10 10 Mesa CC ............................W 3-1 10 12 San Diego State ................ L 3-1 10 13 Cal State Dominguez Hills .W 3-1 10 16 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 10 20 Arizona .............................W 3-1 10 25 Cal State Fullerton ............W 3-0 10 26 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 10 27 San Diego State ................ L 3-0 11 2 Cal State Northridge ......... L 2-0 11 2 UC Santa Barbara ............ L 2-0 11 3 Stanford ............................ L 2-0 11 3 Hawaii ................................. L 2-0 11 3 USC .................................. T 1-1 11 9 USC ................................... L 3-2 11 10 Long Beach State .............. L 2-1 11 17 Arizona .............................W 3-0 New Mexico State Tournament Western Collegiate Athletic Association opponent does not count in record 1980 Season Record 24-17 WCAA Record 4-8 Head Coach Dale Flickinger (2nd yr) 9 5 New Mexico ......................W 2-0 9 6 Central Arizona .................W 2-0 9 6 San Diego .........................W 2-0 9 6 Colorado State ..................W 2-1 9 6 Arizona ............................... L 2-0 9 6 Colorado State ..................W 2-0 9 6 Arizona ..............................W 2-0 9 10 Scottsdale CC ....................W 3-0 9 12 San Jose State...................W 3-2 9 13 Cal State Stanislaus ........W 2-0 9 13 Cal State Dominguez Hills W 2-0 9 13 Nevada ............................W 2-0 9 15 Brigham Young-Hawaii.......W 3-0 9 16 Hawaii ................................. L 3-1 9 17 Hawaii ................................. L 3-0 9 19 Utah ................................W 2-1 9 19 California ......................... L 2-0 9 19 UTEP ..............................W 2-0 9 19 UCLA ............................... L 2-0 9 26 Cal State Fullerton ............W 3-1 9 27 UCLA ................................. L 3-1 9 29 Mesa CC ............................W 3-0 9 30 Yavapai College .................W 3-0 10 3 USC ................................... L 3-1 10 4 Long Beach State .............. L 3-2 10 10 Weber State .......................W 3-0 10 14 Mesa CC ............................. L 3-2 10 16 Arizona .............................. L 3-2 10 17 San Diego State ...............W 3-1 10 21 Northern Arizona ................W 2-0 10 24 UCLA ................................. L 3-1 10 25 Cal State Fullerton ............W 3-1 10 29 San Diego State ................ L 3-1 10 31 Houston ............................W 2-0 10 31 USC .................................. L 2-0 10 31 Portland State ..................W 2-0 11 1 California ..........................W 2-0 11 1 Michigan State .................W 2-0 11 1 Pacific ............................... L 2-0 11 4 Northern Arizona ................W 3-1 11 7 Long Beach State .............W 3-1 11 8 USC ................................... L 3-0 11 14 Arizona .............................. L 3-2 11 24 Houston............................... L 3-0 Arizona State Invitational UC Davis Tournament UCLA - NVIT Western Collegiate Athletic Association opponent does not count in record 1981 Season Record 13-16 YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS WCAA Record 4-8 NCAA First Round Head Coach Dale Flickinger (3rd yr) 8 28 Scottsdale CC ....................W 3-0 8 28 Glendale CC ......................W 3-0 8 28 Yavapai College .................W 3-0 8 29 San Diego ..........................W 3-0 8 29 Mesa CC ............................W 3-0 9 4 Mesa CC ............................W 3-1 9 5 Mesa CC ............................W 3-0 9 9 Grand Canyon....................W 3-0 9 11 Texas ................................ L 2-0 9 11 UTEP ...............................W 2-0 9 11 New Mexico State ............W 2-1 9 11 Mesa CC ..........................W 2-0 9 12 New Mexico .......................W 2-1 9 12 UCLA................................... L 2-0 9 19 Northwestern....................... L 3-0 9 20 New Mexico .......................W 3-2 9 21 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 9 25 UCLA ...............................W 3-2 9 26 Cal State Fullerton ............. L 3-2 10 2 Long Beach State .............W 3-1 10 3 USC ................................... L 3-0 10 8 San Diego State ................ L 3-0 10 16 Arizona .............................. L 3-1 10 22 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 10 23 Cal State Fullerton ............W 3-2 10 24 Pepperdine.........................W 3-2 10 27 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 10 29 Brigham Young...................W 3-1 10 31 USC ................................... L 3-0 11 4 San Diego State ................ L 3-0 11 6 Texas ................................ L 2-0 11 6 Colorado State .................W 2-0 11 6 Portland State ................... L 2-0 11 7 UC Santa Barbara ............ L 2-1 11 7 USC .................................. L 2-0 11 12 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 11 14 Long Beach State .............W 3-1 11 20 Arizona .............................W 3-2 12 11 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 Western Collegiate Athletic Association opponent does not count in record NCAA Tournament 1982 Season Record 31-16 WCAA Record 8-6 NCAA First Round Head Coach Dale Flickinger (4th yr) 8 26 Weber State .......................W 3-0 9 8 Utah ...................................W 3-0 9 10 Texas Tech ........................W 2-0 9 10 Utah State .........................W 2-0 9 10 Lamar ................................W 2-0 9 10 New Mexico State .............. L 2-1 9 11 Arizona ..............................W 2-1 9 11 New Mexico State .............W 2-1 9 14 Utah State ..........................W 3-0 9 15 San Diego ..........................W 3-0 9 17 UC Riverside ..................W 2-1 9 17 UC Irvine ........................W 2-0 9 17 UCLA ..............................W 2-0 9 18 Fresno State ...................W 2-0 9 18 Utah ................................W 2-0 9 18 Arizona ............................ L 2-0 9 18 Pepperdine ...................... L 1-0 9 23 San Diego State ................ L 3-0 9 24 Pacific ................................. L 3-0 9 25 New Mexico .....................W 3-0 9 26 USC .................................. L 3-0 9 28 U.S. International ...............W 3-2 9 29 Wyoming ............................W 3-2 10 1 USC ................................... L 3-1 10 2 Long Beach State .............W 3-1 10 6 Hawaii ................................. L 3-0 10 8 Cal State Fullerton ............W 3-0 10 9 UCLA ................................W 3-0 10 12 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 10 15 Arizona .............................W 3-0 10 22 Santa Clara ......................... L 3-2 10 23 Stanford ............................W 3-1 10 27 Grand Canyon....................W 3-0 10 29 Long Beach State .............W 3-0 10 30 USC ................................... L 3-1 11 3 San Diego State ................ L 3-1 11 5 Cal Poly ............................. L 2-1 11 5 Washington ....................... L 2-1 11 5 Montana State ..................W 2-0 11 6 UCLA ................................ L 2-1 11 6 Lamar ...............................W 2-0 11 9 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 11 12 Arizona .............................W 3-0 11 14 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 11 19 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 11 20 Cal State Fullerton ............W 3-1 12 4 Illinois State ......................W 3-1 12 10 Cal Poly ............................. L 3-1 Roadrunner Invitational Titan Collegiate Tournament Lobo Invitational UCLA NVIT Western Collegiate Athletic Association opponent NCAA Regional 1983 Season Record 17-17 WCAA Record 6-8 NCAA First Round Head Coach Debbie Brown (1st yr) 9 2 New Mexico .......................W 3-0 9 15 Louisville ............................W 3-0 9 16 Kentucky ............................. L 3-2 9 17 Tennessee........................... L 3-1 9 18 Kentucky ............................. L 3-2 9 23 Loyola Marymount .............W 3-2 9 24 USC ................................... L 3-2 9 29 San Diego State ................ L 3-1 9 30 Stanford ............................. L 3-1 10 7 UCLA ................................. L 3-1 10 8 Cal State Fullerton ............W 3-0 10 14 Arizona .............................. L 3-2 10 15 Texas ............................... L 3-1 10 16 Michigan .........................W 3-1 10 21 Pacific ................................. L 3-1 10 23 Stanford ............................. L 3-2 10 27 Long Beach State ............ W 3-0 10 28 USC ..................................W 3-2 11 2 San Diego State ................ L 3-1 11 4 Cal State Fullerton ...........W 3-0 11 4 Hawaii ..............................W 2-0 11 5 UC Santa Barbara ............. L 2-0 11 5 Washington ......................W 2-0 11 8 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 11 10 UCLA ................................. L 3-1 11 11 Cal State Fullerton ............W 3-0 11 12 Long Beach State .............W 3-1 11 18 Arizona .............................W 3-0 11 25 Texas A&M .......................W 3-0 11 25 Notre Dame ......................W 3-0 11 26 Nebraska ........................... L 3-2 11 26 Louisiana State ................W 3-1 11 27 Houston ............................. L 3-1 12 2 Brigham Young .................. L 3-0 Longhorn Converse Invitational National Invitational Tournament LSU Thanksgiving Invitational Western Collegiate Athletic Association opponent NCAA Regional 1984 Season Record 15-18 WCAA Record 3-11 Head Coach Debbie Brown (2nd yr) 8 31 St. Xavier ...........................W 3-0 9 7 New Mexico .......................W 3-2 9 13 UNLV..................................W 3-1 9 15 Pacific ................................. L 3-0 9 18 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 9 21 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 9 22 Long Beach State .............. L 3-0 9 27 New Mexico State ..............W 3-0 9 28 USC ................................... L 3-0 9 29 Cal State Fullerton ...........W 3-1 10 5 California ............................W 3-1 10 6 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 10 12 San Diego State ................ L 3-1 10 13 U.S. International ...............W 3-2 10 19 Arizona .............................. L 3-2 10 20 Utah ...................................W 3-1 10 22 Brigham Young.................... L 3-1 10 26 Long Beach State .............W 3-2 10 28 UCLA ................................. L 3-1 11 2 Pepperdine ......................... L 2-0 11 2 Washington ........................ L 2-0 11 3 Pacific ................................ L 2-0 11 3 Cal State Fullerton ............W 3-0 11 9 Cal State Fullerton ............W 3-0 11 10 USC ................................... L 3-0 11 13 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 11 15 San Diego State ................ L 3-1 11 16 Stanford ............................. L 3-1 11 21 Arizona .............................. L 3-0 11 23 Iowa ................................W 3-1 11 23 Florida State ...................W 3-0 11 24 Brigham Young ................ L 3-0 YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 11 25 Louisiana State ............... L 3-2 UCLA Nationall Invitational Tournament LSU Volleyball Festival Western Collegiate Athletic Association opponent datenotconfirmed 1985 Season Record 22-13 Pacific West Record 2-6 NCAA Regional Head Coach Debbie Brown (3rd yr) 9 7 Utah ....................................W 3-2 9 13 New Mexico State .............W 3-0 9 13 Houston .............................W 3-1 9 14 Weber State ......................W 3-1 9 15 New Mexico ........................W 3-0 9 19 Oregon State ..................W 3-1 9 19 Houston ..........................W 3-0 9 20 George Washington ........W 3-0 9 21 Texas A&M ......................W 3-0 9 21 San Diego State .............. L 3-1 9 24 UCLA ................................. L 3-1 9 27 Northern Iowa .....................W 3-0 10 4 USC ................................... L 3-0 10 5 Pepperdine .........................W 3-1 10 9 Arizona ............................... L 3-2 10 10 Brigham Young ...............W 2-0 10 10 Pacific .............................. L 2-1 10 11 Cal State Fullerton ..........W 2-0 10 11 UC Santa Barbara ............ L 3-0 10 12 San Diego State ..............W 3-1 10 12 Hawaii .............................. L 3-0 10 15 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 10 18 Stanford ............................W 3-2 10 25 Cal State Fullerton..............W 3-1 10 26 UCLA ................................. L 3-1 10 31 UNLV ................................... L 3-2 11 2 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 11 6 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 11 9 USC ................................... L 3-0 11 16 UNLV ..................................W 3-0 11 19 Brigham Young .................... L 3-2 11 21 Arizona ..............................W 3-0 11 23 Notre Dame ........................W 3-0 11 24 Western Michigan ..............W 3-2 12 6 Arizona .............................. L 3-2 Roadrunner Invitational San Diego State Invitational UCLA National Invitational Tournament PacificWestopponent NCAA Tournament datenotconfirmed 1986 Season Record 27-7 Pac-10 Record 13-5 3rd NCAA First Round Head Coach Debbie Brown (4th yr) 9 6 Louisiana State...................W 3-1 9 12 Oregon ..............................W 3-2 9 13 Oregon State .....................W 3-2 9 20 USC ..................................W 3-1 9 21 UCLA ................................. L 3-1 9 25 Illinois State ........................W 3-0 9 26 U.S. International................W 3-0 9 26 Wyoming ...........................W 3-0 9 27 Nebraska ...........................W 3-2 10 3 California ...........................W 3-1 10 4 Stanford ............................W 3-0 10 8 Arizona ..............................W 3-1 10 10 Loyola Marymount ..........W 3-0 10 10 Northern Arizona .............W 3-0 10 11 New Mexico ....................W 3-0 10 11 Baylor .............................W 3-0 10 17 Washington .......................W 3-2 10 18 Washington State ..............W 3-0 10 23 Brigham Young .................... L 3-0 10 24 Oregon State .....................W 3-1 10 25 Oregon ............................... L 3-2 10 31 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 11 1 USC ..................................W 3-0 11 7 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 11 14 Stanford ............................. L 3-1 11 15 California ...........................W 3-0 11 20 Colorado State ...................W 3-1 11 21 Washington State ..............W 3-1 11 22 Washington .......................W 3-2 11 26 Arizona ..............................W 3-0 11 28 Kentucky .........................W 3-2 11 29 New Mexico State ...........W 3-0 12 4 Pepperdine .......................W 3-0 12 5 Brigham Young .................. L 3-1 Husker Invitational NAU Invitational ASU Invitational Pac-10 opponent NCAA Tournament datenotconfirmed 1987 Season Record 16-15 Pac-10 Record 9-9 7th NCAA First Round Head Coach Debbie Brown (5th yr) 9 4 Illinois ................................. L 3-1 9 5 Brigham Young ................... L 3-0 9 5 Texas A&M ........................W 3-2 9 6 Indiana................................W 3-2 9 15 Grand Canyon ....................W 3-0 9 18 Oregon State .....................W 3-0 9 20 Oregon ............................... L 3-1 9 23 Arizona ............................... L 3-2 9 29 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 10 2 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 10 3 USC ................................... L 3-0 10 9 Washington State ..............W 3-0 10 10 Washington .......................W 3-2 10 13 Grand Canyon ....................W 3-1 10 16 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 10 17 California ............................ L 3-0 10 22 U.S. International................W 3-1 10 23 Arizona ............................W 3-0 10 29 Northern Arizona ................. T 2-2 10 30 USC ..................................W 3-0 10 31 UCLA ................................W 3-1 11 6 Washington ........................ L 3-2 11 7 Washington State ..............W 3-0 11 13 California ...........................W 3-0 11 14 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 11 20 Oregon ............................... L 3-0 11 21 Oregon State ...................... L 3-0 11 25 Brigham Young .................... L 3-1 11 27 Colorado State ...................W 3-1 11 28 Wyoming ............................. L 3-1 12 4 Texas-Arlington .................. L 3-0 Illini Classic Pac-10 opponent NCAA First Round datenotconfirmed 1988 Season Record 20-13 Pac-10 Record 8-10 6th NCAA First Round Head Coach Debbie Brown (6th yr) 9 3 New Mexico State ..............W 3-0 9 5 Grand Canyon ....................W 3-0 9 7 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 9 9 Ohio State .........................W 3-0 9 9 Colorado State ..................W 3-0 9 10 Texas A&M ........................W 3-1 9 16 Washington State ..............W 3-1 9 17 Washington ........................ L 3-1 9 19 Montana State ....................W 3-0 9 23 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 9 24 California ...........................W 3-1 9 30 Oregon State .....................W 3-1 10 1 Oregon ............................... L 3-1 10 3 Brigham Young ...................W 3-1 10 7 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 10 8 USC ................................... L 3-0 10 11 Nevada ...............................W 3-0 10 12 Arizona ..............................W 3-1 10 13 Northern Arizona ................. L 3-2 10 21 California ............................ L 3-2 10 22 Stanford ............................. L 3-1 10 28 Oregon ..............................W 3-0 10 29 Oregon State .....................W 3-1 11 4 USC ................................... L 3-1 11 5 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 11 9 Arizona ..............................W 3-2 11 11 Texas-Arlington ................ L 3-0 11 11 Western Michigan ...........W 3-2 11 18 Washington ........................ L 3-1 11 19 Washington State ..............W 3-0 11 25 Wyoming ..........................W 3-0 11 26 Indiana ..............................W 3-0 12 1 Washington ........................ L 3-0 Texas A&M Reebok Invitational WMU Spiker Club Classic ASU Invitational Pac-10 opponent NCAA Tournament First Round 1989 Season Record 13-21 Pac-10 Record 4-14 9th YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (1st yr) 9 1 New Mexico State ............... L 3-0 9 2 Louisiana State ................... L 2-3 9 3 Wichita State .....................W 3-0 9 3 Texas Tech ........................W 3-1 9 7 Santa Clara .....................W 3-0 9 7 Montana State ................W 3-0 9 8 UC Santa Barbara ........... L 3-1 9 8 Brigham Young ................ L 3-2 9 9 Washington State ...........W 3-0 9 14 Oregon ..............................W 3-1 9 15 Oregon State .....................W 3-0 9 19 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 9 22 USC ................................... L 3-0 9 23 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 9 27 Arizona ............................... L 3-2 10 2 Brigham Young .................... L 3-2 10 6 Washington ........................ L 3-2 10 7 Washington State ..............W 3-0 10 11 Northern Arizona ................W 3-2 10 13 California ............................ L 3-1 10 14 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 10 20 UCLA ................................. L 3-2 10 21 USC ................................... L 3-1 10 25 Arizona ............................... L 3-1 10 27 Pittsburgh .......................... L 3-0 10 28 Texas-Arlington .................. L 3-0 10 28 Syracuse ..........................W 3-1 10 29 West Virginia ......................W 3-0 11 3 Washington State ............... L 3-2 11 4 Washington ........................ L 3-1 11 9 California ............................ L 3-0 11 10 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 11 17 Oregon State ...................... L 3-0 11 18 Oregon ..............................W 3-0 Red Raider Classic Titan Collegiate Preview USAir Pitt Classic Pac-10 opponent 10 6 Oregon State ...................... L 3-1 10 9 Grand Canyon ....................W 3-0 10 12 USC ..................................W 3-2 10 13 UCLA ................................. L 3-2 10 16 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 10 19 Washington State ..............W 3-0 10 20 Washington ........................ L 3-2 10 26 Stanford ............................. L 3-1 10 27 California ...........................W 3-1 11 1 Oregon ..............................W 3-1 11 2 Oregon State .....................W 3-1 11 9 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 11 10 USC ..................................W 3-1 11 15 Arizona ..............................W 3-2 11 29 Dayton ..............................W 3-0 11 29 William & Mary ..................W 3-0 11 30 Loyola Marymount ............. L 3-2 11 30 Memphis State ................... L 3-2 ASU Invitational Asics Grand Prix Classic Pac-10 opponent Women s Invitational Volleyball Championship 9 4 Western Illinois ...................W 3-0 9 4 Weber State .......................W 3-0 9 5 Iowa ....................................W 3-0 9 5 Cal State Northridge ...........W 3-0 9 10 Maryland.............................W 3-0 9 11 Eastern Illinois ....................W 3-1 9 12 Providence .........................W 3-1 9 12 Hofstra ................................W 3-0 9 18 USC ................................... L 3-1 9 19 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 9 24 Arizona ..............................W 3-2 9 25 Colorado State ...................W 3-2 9 26 Fresno State .......................W 3-1 10 2 Washington .......................W 3-1 10 3 Washington State ..............W 3-2 10 9 California ............................ L 3-0 10 10 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 10 16 Oregon ..............................W 3-2 10 18 Oregon State .....................W 3-2 10 22 Northern Arizona ...............W 3-0 10 23 Arizona ..............................W 3-2 10 30 Washington State ..............W 3-2 10 31 Washington .......................W 3-0 11 6 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 11 7 California ............................ L 3-1 11 12 Oregon ..............................W 3-0 11 13 Oregon State .....................W 3-0 11 20 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 11 21 USC ..................................W 3-1 12 5 New Mexico ......................W 3-2 12 11 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 Pac-10 opponent NCAA Regional Match 1993 Season Record 20-8 Pac-10 Record 13-5 t2nd NCAA 2nd Round Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (5th yr) 9 3 Cal State Northridge ..........W 3-0 9 3 Cal State Sacramento .......W 3-1 9 4 Northern Arizona ...............W 3-1 9 4 Santa Clara .......................W 3-1 9 10 New Mexico ....................W 3-2 9 11 New Mexico State ...........W 3-0 9 17 Washington .......................W 3-0 9 18 Washington State ............... L 3-0 9 23 Stanford ............................. L 3-1 9 24 California ...........................W 3-1 10 1 Oregon ..............................W 3-0 10 2 Oregon State .....................W 3-1 10 8 USC ................................... L 3-0 10 9 UCLA ................................. L 3-1 10 15 Arizona ..............................W 3-2 10 22 Stanford ............................W 3-0 10 23 California ...........................W 3-0 10 25 Notre Dame .......................W 3-1 10 29 Oregon State .....................W 3-1 10 30 Oregon ..............................W 3-1 11 5 UCLA ................................. L 3-2 11 6 USC ..................................W 3-0 11 12 Arizona ..............................W 3-0 1991 Season Record 14-12 Pac-10 Record 8-10 6th Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (3rd yr) 8 30 Utah State .........................W 3-0 8 30 San Diego State ................W 3-0 8 31 Hofstra ...............................W 3-1 8 31 Pepperdine ......................... L 3-0 9 13 Brigham Young .................... L 3-0 9 14 Boise State .........................W 3-0 9 20 California ............................ L 3-2 9 21 Stanford ............................. L 3-1 9 27 Oregon ..............................W 3-1 9 28 Oregon State .....................W 3-1 10 4 USC ................................... L 3-1 10 5 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 10 8 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 1990 10 11 Arizona ..............................W 3-1 Season Record 19-16 10 18 Washington .......................W 3-0 Pac-10 Record 8-10 6th 10 19 Washington State ............... L 3-1 National Invitational 10 25 Oregon State .....................W 3-1 Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (2nd yr) 10 26 Oregon ..............................W 3-1 8 31 Northern Arizona ...............W 3-0 11 1 UCLA ................................. L 3-1 8 31 Cal State Northridge ........... L 3-0 11 2 USC ................................... L 3-1 9 1 UC Irvine ...........................W 3-1 11 7 Arizona ..............................W 3-0 9 1 Texas Tech ......................... L 3-2 11 9 Cal State Northridge .........W 3-0 9 6 San Diego .......................W 3-1 11 15 Washington State ............... L 3-0 9 6 Hofstra ............................W 3-1 11 16 Washington ........................ L 3-0 9 7 San Diego State .............W 3-1 11 22 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 9 8 UC Santa Barbara ........... L 3-2 11 23 California ...........................W 3-1 9 8 Pepperdine ...................... L 3-1 ASU Foot Locker Challenge 9 13 Arizona ..............................W 3-1 Pac-10 opponent 9 15 Colorado .............................W 3-0 9 21 Washington ........................ L 3-1 9 22 Washington State ............... L 3-1 1992 9 28 California ...........................W 3-0 Season Record 23-8 9 29 Stanford ............................. L 3-1 Pac-10 Record 11-7 4th 10 2 Nevada ...............................W 3-0 NCAA 2nd Round 10 5 Oregon ............................... L 3-1 Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (4th yr) YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 11 19 Washington State ..............W 3-2 11 20 Washington .......................W 3-0 11 27 UC Santa Barbara ............... L 3-0 11 27 Long Beach State ................ L 3-0 12 5 Arizona .............................. L 3-2 Arizona Brand Challenge Univ. of New Mexico Tournament Pac-10 opponent NCAA Tournament 1994 Season Record 18-10 Pac-10 Record 11-7 4th 4th NCAA Sweet 16 Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (6th yr) 9 2 New Mexico State .............W 3-0 9 2 George Washington ..........W 3-0 9 3 Texas Tech ........................W 3-1 9 3 Minnesota ..........................W 3-0 9 9 Wyoming .......................... L 3-2 9 10 Bowling Green ................W 3-0 9 10 Nebraska ......................... L 3-1 9 16 Oregon ..............................W 3-0 9 19 Oregon State .....................W 3-2 9 23 USC ................................... L 3-2 9 24 UCLA ................................. L 3-2 9 30 Arizona ..............................W 3-0 10 7 Washington ........................ L 3-1 10 8 Washington State ..............W 3-2 10 14 California ...........................W 3-0 10 15 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 10 21 UCLA ................................. L 3-0 10 22 USC ................................... L 3-0 10 27 Arizona ..............................W 3-1 10 28 Cal State Sacramento ........W 3-0 11 4 Washington State ..............W 3-0 11 5 Washington .......................W 3-1 11 11 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 11 12 California ...........................W 3-1 11 18 Oregon State .....................W 3-0 11 19 Oregon ..............................W 3-0 12 3 San Diego State ...............W 3-2 12 8 Stanford ........................... L 3-0 Sun Devil Challenge Nebraska FirsTier Invitational Pac-10 opponent NCAA Tournament Second Round NCAAWestRegionalSemifinal 1995 Season Record 19-8 Pac-10 Record 11-7 t4th NCAA Sweet 16 Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (7th yr) 9 1 Tennessee .........................W 3-0 9 2 St. Mary s College .............W 3-0 9 3 Tennessee .........................W 3-0 9 8 Eastern Michigan ............W 3-0 9 9 Arkansas St. ...................W 3-0 9 9 Texas Tech ......................W 3-0 9 13 Arizona ..............................W 3-2 9 22 Washington ........................ L 3-2 9 23 Washington State ............... L 3-1 9 29 California ...........................W 3-1 9 30 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 10 6 Oregon ..............................W 3-0 10 7 Oregon State .....................W 3-0 10 13 USC ..................................W 3-2 10 14 UCLA ................................W 3-2 10 20 Washington State ............... L 3-1 10 21 Washington ........................ L 3-0 10 27 Stanford ............................. L 3-0 10 28 California ...........................W 3-0 11 3 Oregon State ...................... L 3-1 11 4 Oregon ..............................W 3-0 11 10 UCLA ................................W 3-0 11 11 USC ..................................W 3-2 11 17 Arizona ..............................W 3-2 11 21 Northern Arizona ................W 3-0 12 3 UC Santa Barbara ............W 3-2 12 8 Hawaii ................................ L 3-1 Sun Devil Challenge Sheraton Inn Classic Pac-10 Conference Match NCAA Tournament 1996 Season Record 9-15 Pac-10 Record 4-14 8th Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (8th yr) 8 30 Wright State ......................W 3-0 8 30 Northern Iowa ...................W 3-0 8 31 Northern Arizona ..............W 3-1 9 6 Arkansas ......................... L 3-0 9 7 Stephen F. Austin ...........W 3-0 9 7 George Washington .......W 3-0 9 20 California ..........................W 3-1 9 22 No.2 Stanford .................... L 3-0 9 27 Oregon .............................W 3-1 9 28 No. 23 Oregon State ......... L 3-0 10 4 No. 1 USC ......................... L 3-2 10 5 No. 11 UCLA ..................... L 3-2 10 11 Arizona .............................W 3-2 10 12 U.S. National Team .......... L 3-0 10 18 No. 14 Washington ........... L 3-0 10 19 No. 13Washignton State ... L 3-0 10 25 No. 25 Oregon State ......... L 3-0 10 26 Oregon .............................. L 3-2 11 1 UCLA ................................ L 3-0 11 2 No. 12 USC ....................... L 3-0 11 8 Arizona .............................. L 3-2 11 15 No. 10Washington State ... L 3-0 11 16 No. 15 Washington ........... L 3-1 11 21 California .........................W 3-1 11 22 No. 2 Stanford ................... L 3-0 Sun Devil Challenge Capital Premiere Exhibition Match Pac-10 opponent 1997 Season Record 13-16 Pac-10 Record 4-14 8th Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (9th yr) 8 29 St. Mary s College ............W 3-0 8 29 Portland State ...................W 3-1 8 30 Cal Poly ............................W 3-1 9 5 UCF ...............................W 3-0 9 5 North Texas ....................W 3-0 9 6 Stephen F. Austin ...........W 3-0 9 6 Rice ...............................W 3-1 9 12 No. 15 Loyola Marymount L 3-0 9 12 South Florida ...................W 3-2 9 13 Portland State ..................W 3-1 9 13 No. 7 UC Santa Barbara .. L 3-0 9 19 No. 8 USC ......................... L 3-0 9 20 No. 17 UCLA .................... L 3-0 9 26 No. 16 Arizona .................. L 3-2 10 3 Washington ......................W 3-2 10 4 No. 6 Washington State .... L 3-1 10 10 California ..........................W 3-2 10 11 No. 4 Stanford ................... L 3-0 10 17 Oregon .............................W 3-0 10 18 Oregon State ..................... L 3-1 10 24 No. 15 Arizona .................. L 3-1 10 31 No. 10 Washington State .. L 3-0 11 1 No. 18 Washignton ........... L 3-0 11 7 No. 3 Stanford ................... L 3-0 11 8 California ........................... L 3-2 11 14 Oregon State ....................W 3-2 11 15 Oregon .............................. L 3-2 11 21 No. 25 UCLA ..................... L 3-0 11 22 No. 7 USC ......................... L 3-0 Sun Devil Challenge Ladyjack Invitational USCB Judy Bellomo Classic Pac-10 opponent 1998 Season Record 11-14 Pac-10 Record 8-10 t5th Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (10th yr) 9 1 Georgia Tech .....................W 3-1 9 4 Connecticut ......................W 3-2 9 4 George Washington .........W 3-2 9 5 No.20 Loyola Marymount .. L 3-0 9 10 Baylor ............................. L 3-1 9 11 Bradley ........................... L 3-2 9 12 No. 13 Hawaii ................. L 3-1 9 18 Washington ......................W 3-2 9 20 Washington State .............. L 3-1 9 25 California ..........................W 3-0 9 27 No. 5 Stanford ................... L 3-1 10 2 Oregon .............................W 3-0 10 4 Oregon State ....................W 3-0 10 9 No. 8 USC ......................... L 3-0 10 11 UCLA ................................ L 3-0 10 16 Arizona .............................. L 3-2 10 23 No. 6 Stanford ................... L 3-1 10 25 California ..........................W 3-2 10 30 Oregon State ....................W 3-0 11 1 Oregon .............................W 3-1 11 6 No. 20 UCLA ..................... L 3-0 11 8 No. 11 USC ....................... L 3-0 11 13 No. 19 Arizona .................. L 3-2 11 20 Washington State .............W 3-1 11 22 Washington ....................... L 3-1 Sun Devil Challenge YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 10 13 No. 10 UCLA ..................... L 3-2 10 20 Washington State .............W 3-2 10 21 Washington ......................W 3-1 1999 10 27 No. 17 Stanford ................. L 3-1 Season Record 14-12 10 28 California ..........................W 3-0 Pac-10 Record 10-8 5th 11 2 Oregon .............................W 3-0 NCAA 1st Round 11 3 Oregon State ....................W 3-1 Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (11th yr) 11 9 No. 6 USC ......................... L 3-1 9 3 Pepperdine ........................ L 3-1 11 10 No. 7 UCLA ....................... L 3-0 9 5 Texas State .......................W 3-1 11 18 No. 5 Arizona .................... L 3-1 9 10 South Carolina ...............W 3-0 12 1 Duke ................................W 3-1 9 10 Virginia Tech ..................W 3-0 12 2 No. 9 Minnesota ............... L 3-1 9 11 UC Santa Barbara .......... L 3-0 Sun Devil Challenge 9 11 Georgia Tech .................W 3-0 B&G Properties Invitational 9 16 Oregon .............................W 3-0 UNM-Clubhouse Inn Invitational 9 17 Oregon State ....................W 3-0 NCAA Tournament 9 24 USC .................................. L 3-1 Pac-10 opponent 9 25 UCLA ................................ L 3-1 10 1 Arizona .............................W 3-1 2001 10 8 Washington ......................W 3-0 Season Record 10-16 10 9 Washington State .............W 3-1 Pac-10 Record 5-13 7th 10 14 Stanford ............................ L 3-0 Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (13th yr) 10 15 California ..........................W 3-1 8 31 Nevada .............................. L 3-2 10 21 UCLA ................................ L 3-1 8 31 Santa Clara ....................... L 3-1 10 22 USC .................................. L 3-2 9 1 Hofstra ..............................W 3-1 10 25 Brigham Young ................... L 3-1 9 1 South Carolina ................... L 3-2 10 30 Arizona .............................. L 3-1 9 7 New Mexico ...................W 3-1 11 5 Washington State .............. L 3-0 9 8 Indiana ...........................W 3-0 11 6 Washington ......................W 3-0 9 8 No. 24 Loyola Marymount W 3-1 11 11 California ..........................W 3-1 9 21 Oregon .............................W 3-0 11 12 Stanford ............................ L 3-1 9 22 Oregon State ..................... L 3-2 11 18 Oregon .............................W 3-1 9 28 No. 5 USC ......................... L 3-0 11 19 Oregon State ....................W 3-0 9 29 No. 8 UCLA ....................... L 3-0 11 23 Northern Arizona ................ L 3-2 10 5 No. 7 Arizona .................... L 3-1 12 3 Wisconsin ......................... L 3-0 10 12 Washington ....................... L 3-1 Sun Devil Challenge 10 13 Washington State .............. L 3-1 Georgia Tech Classic 10 18 Oregon .............................W 3-0 NCAA Tournament 10 19 Oregon State ..................... L 3-0 Pac-10 opponent 10 23 Northern Arizona ...............W 3-2 10 25 No. 6 UCLA ....................... L 3-0 2000 10 26 No. 3 USC ......................... L 3-0 Season Record 18-12 11 3 No. 4 Arizona .................... L 3-1 Pac-10 Record 9-9 t5th 11 9 Washington State .............. L 3-0 NCAA 2nd Round 11 10 Washington ......................W 3-1 Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (12th yr) 11 16 No. 3 Stanford ................... L 3-0 9 1 San Jose State .................. L 3-2 11 17 California ..........................W 3-1 9 1 Cal Poly ............................W 3-2 11 24 No. 3 Stanford ................... L 3-0 9 2 No. 23 Loyola Marymount . L 3-0 11 25 California ..........................W 3-2 9 8 St. Louis .........................W 3-1 Airport Hilton Sun Devil Challenge 9 8 Sacramento State ..........W 3-0 Loyola Marymount Volleyball Classic 9 9 IUPUI .............................W 3-0 Pac-10 opponent 9 9 Texas State ....................W 3-2 9 13 No. 13 Arizona .................. L 3-2 2002 9 15 New Mexico .....................W 3-0 Season Record 15-12 9 16 Oral Roberts ....................W 3-0 Pac-10 Record 8-10 7th 9 16 UC Riverside ...................W 3-0 NCAA 2nd Round 9 22 Washington ......................W 3-0 Head Coach Patti Snyder-Park (14th yr) 9 23 Washington State .............W 3-2 9 6 South Carolina ................... L 3-1 9 29 California ........................... L 3-1 9 7 No.13Pacific ...................W 3-2 9 30 No. 15 Stanford ................W 3-1 9 7 Creighton ..........................W 3-0 10 6 Oregon .............................W 3-0 9 14 Clemson ........................W 3-2 10 7 Oregon State ..................... L 3-1 9 15 Texas Tech .....................W 3-2 10 12 No. 1 USC ......................... L 3-1 9 20 No. 1 USC ......................... L 3-0 Wahine Volleyball Challenge Pac-10 opponent 9 21 No. 11 UCLA ....................W 3-1 9 27 No. 12 Arizona .................W 3-0 10 3 Washington ......................W 3-2 10 4 No. 19 Washington St. ...... L 3-0 10 10 No. 4 Stanford ................... L 3-0 10 11 California ..........................W 3-2 10 18 Oregon .............................W 3-2 10 19 Oregon State ....................W 3-1 10 25 No. 16 Arizona .................. L 3-0 11 1 No. 17 Washington St. ...... L 3-0 11 2 No. 3 Washington ............. L 3-1 11 8 No. 4 Stanford ................... L 3-0 11 9 California ........................... L 3-0 11 15 Oregon State ....................W 3-0 11 16 Oregon .............................W 3-1 11 21 No. 21 UCLA ..................... L 3-2 11 22 No. 1 USC ......................... L 3-0 11 29 Oral Roberts ....................W 3-0 11 30 Weber State ....................W 3-0 12 6 Cincinnati .........................W 3-2 12 7 No. 4 Nebraska ................ L 3-0 South Carolina Classic Texas Tech Tournament UNLV Thanksgiving Classic NCAA Tournament Pac-10 opponent 2003 Season Record 9-18 Pac-10 Record 4-14 9th Head Coach Brad Saindon (1st yr) 8 29 Utah ..................................W 3-1 8 30 Ohio ................................... L 3-1 8 30 San Diego .......................... L 3-0 9 5 Gonzaga ........................W 3-0 9 6 Tennessee ...................... L 3-2 9 6 Nevada ........................... L 3-1 9 12 Tennessee-Chattanooga .W 3-0 9 13 Stephen F. Austin ............W 3-0 9 13 SMU ................................W 3-0 9 18 No.14 Washington ............ L 3-1 9 19 Washington State .............. L 3-0 9 26 Arizona .............................W 3-2 10 2 No. 4 Stanford ................... L 3-0 10 3 No. 9 California ................. L 3-1 10 10 No. 1 USC ......................... L 3-0 10 11 No. 8 UCLA ....................... L 3-0 10 17 Oregon .............................W 3-0 10 18 Oregon State ....................W 3-2 10 25 Arizona .............................. L 3-0 10 31 No. 9 Stanford ................... L 3-2 11 1 No. 6 California ................. L 3-1 11 7 No. 6 UCLA ....................... L 3-0 11 8 No. 1 USC ......................... L 3-0 11 13 Oregon State ..................... L 3-0 11 14 Oregon .............................W 3-1 11 21 Washington State .............. L 3-2 11 22 No. 11 Washington ............ L 3-0 Sun Devil Volleyball Classic SBC Sands Regency Tournament SMU Classic Pac-10 opponent YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2004 Season Record 10-17 Pac-10 Record 5-13 t7th Head Coach Brad Saindon (2nd yr) 9 3 Florida International ..........W 3-1 9 4 Toledo ................................ L 3-0 9 4 New Hampshire ................W 3-1 9 10 Fordham ........................W 3-0 9 11 Pacific ............................. L 3-0 9 12 Tulane ............................W 3-1 9 17 No. 21 Long Beach St. ..... L 3-1 9 18 Cal State Fullerton ...........W 3-2 9 23 No. 16 California ............... L 3-1 9 24 No. 12 Stanford ................. L 3-0 10 1 No. 3 USC ......................... L 3-0 10 2 No. 10 UCLA ..................... L 3-0 10 8 Oregon .............................W 3-1 10 9 Oregon State ....................W 3-0 10 15 No. 1 Washington ............W 3-0 10 16 Washington State .............W 3-2 10 19 Northern Arizona ................ L 3-0 10 22 No. 23 Arizona .................. L 3-0 10 29 No. 12 UCLA ..................... L 3-0 10 30 No. 5 USC ......................... L 3-0 11 4 Oregon State ..................... L 3-1 11 5 Oregon ..............................W 3-0 11 11 Washington State .............W 3-0 11 12 No. 1 Washington ............. L 3-0 11 19 No. 22 Arizona .................. L 3-0 11 26 No. 7 Stanford ................... L 3-0 11 27 No. 14 California ............... L 3-0 New Hampshire Volleyball Classic Tempe Buttes Invitational Wyndham Buttes Sun Devil Classic Pac-10 opponent 2005 Season Record 8-20 Pac-10 Record 3-15 8th Head Coach Brad Saindon (3rd yr) 8 26 St. Mary s .......................... L 3-0 8 26 Cal State Northridge .........W 3-2 8 27 UNLV ................................. L 3-0 9 2 No. 11 Texas ................... L 3-0 9 4 Notre Dame .................... L 3-2 9 9 Northern Arizona .............W 3-0 9 9 Auburn .............................W 3-0 9 10 Texas State ......................W 3-1 9 16 Louisiana State ................... L 3-1 9 18 Tulane ...............................W 3-1 9 23 Oregon .............................W 3-0 9 24 Oregon State ..................... L 3-2 9 30 No. 2 Washington ............. L 3-0 10 1 Washington State .............. L 3-1 10 7 No. 12 Arizona .................. L 3-0 10 13 No. 13 California ............... L 3-0 10 14 No. 3 Stanford ................... L 3-0 10 21 No. 19 USC ....................... L 3-0 10 22 No. 21 UCLA ..................... L 3-1 10 27 Washington State .............W 3-1 10 28 No. 2 Washington ............. L 3-0 11 4 Arizona .............................. L 3-0 11 10 No. 4 Stanford ................... L 3-0 11 11 California ........................... L 3-0 11 18 No. 16 UCLA ...................... L 3-0 11 19 No. 14 USC ....................... L 3-1 11 25 Oregon State ..................... L 3-0 11 26 Oregon .............................W 3-1 Fremont Investment & Load Invitational Shamrock Invitational Wyndham Buttes Sun Devil Classic Pac-10 opponent 2006 Season Record 16-15 Pac-10 Record 7-11 t6th NCAA 2nd Round Head Coach Brad Saindon (4th yr) 8 25 Northeastern .....................W 3-0 8 26 Utah Valley State ..............W 3-0 8 26 Loyola Marymount ............W 3-0 9 1 Auburn ...........................W 3-1 9 2 No. 16 Purdue ................ L 3-2 9 2 Virginia Tech ..................W 3-0 9 8 Michigan State ...................W 3-0 9 9 No. 19 Ohio State ............... L 3-0 9 15 Duke ................................. L 3-2 9 16 Butler ...............................W 3-1 9 17 Notre Dame .....................W 3-0 9 22 Arizona .............................W 3-1 9 29 California ........................... L 3-1 9 30 No. 6 Stanford ................... L 3-0 10 6 No. 4 USC ......................... L 3-2 10 7 No. 3 UCLA ....................... L 3-0 10 12 Oregon .............................. L 3-1 10 13 Oregon State ....................W 3-0 10 19 No. 6 Washington ............. L 3-0 10 20 Washington State .............W 3-1 10 27 No. 3 Stanford ................... L 3-0 10 28 No. 11 California ............... L 3-1 11 3 No. 5 UCLA ....................... L 3-1 11 4 No. 6 USC ......................... L 3-0 11 9 Oregon State ....................W 3-1 11 10 No. 24 Oregon .................W 3-1 11 16 Washington State .............W 3-2 11 17 No. 2 Washington ............. L 3-0 11 24 Arizona .............................W 3-0 11 30 College of Charleston ......W 3-1 12 1 No. 7 Florida ..................... L 3-1 Hilton Phoenix East Mesa Classic Auburn Mizuno Challenge Tempe Courtyard by Marriott Classic NCAA Tournament Pac-10 opponent 2007 Season Record 13-18 Pac-10 Record 4-14 7th Head Coach Brad Saindon (5th yr) 8 24 UNLV ................................. L 3-0 8 25 Virginia .............................. L 3-2 8 25 Texas Tech ........................ L 3-0 8 31 Long Island Brooklyn .....W 3-0 8 31 New Mexico .................... L 3-2 9 1 Iowa State ......................W 3-2 9 2 Northern Arizona ............W 3-0 9 7 San Jose St. ..................... L 3-1 9 8 Weber State ....................W 3-0 9 8 Utah Valley State .............W 3-2 9 13 Florida A&M .....................W 3-1 9 14 Tulane .............................W 3-1 9 15 VCU .................................W 3-0 9 20 USC .................................. L 3-0 9 21 UCLA ................................ L 3-0 9 27 Oregon .............................. L 3-1 9 28 Oregon State ....................W 3-0 10 4 Washington ....................... L 3-0 10 5 Washington State .............W 3-0 10 12 Arizona .............................W 3-0 10 18 California ........................... L 3-1 10 19 Stanford ............................ L 3-0 10 25 Oregon State ....................W 3-0 10 26 Oregon ............................. W 3-1 11 1 Washington State .............W 3-1 11 2 Washington ....................... L 3-0 11 7 Arizona .............................W 3-0 11 16 Stanford ............................ L 3-0 11 17 California ........................... L 3-0 11 23 UCLA ................................ L 3-1 11 24 USC .................................. L 3-0 UNLV Classic Crowne Plaza Phoenix Airport Classic UVSC Invitational Crowne Plaza Phoenix Airport Classic Pac-10 opponent 2008 Season Record 13-18 Pac-10 Record 4-14 8th Head Coach Jason Watson (1st yr) 8 29 South Carolina ..................W 3-0 8 29 UNLV ................................. L 3-1 8 30 Dayton ..............................W 3-0 9 4 Portland .........................W 3-1 9 5 No. 20 Kansas State ....... L 3-0 9 5 South Florida .................W 3-2 9 6 UC Irvine ........................W 3-2 9 12 Montana ..........................W 3-0 9 12 Cincinnati .........................W 3-1 9 13 Cal State Northridge ........W 3-0 9 19 Albany .............................W 3-2 9 20 Western Kentucky ............ L 3-2 9 20 No. 25 Michigan ............... L 3-1 9 26 No. 9 Washington ............. L 3-2 9 27 Washington State ..............W 3-0 10 1 No. 25 Arizona .................. L 3-0 10 10 No. 5 California ................. L 3-0 10 12 No. 4 Stanford ................... L 3-0 10 17 No. 11 USC ....................... L 3-1 10 18 No. 10 UCLA ..................... L 3-0 10 24 No. 7 Oregon .................... L 3-0 10 25 No. 24 Oregon State ........ W 3-0 11 2 Arizona .............................W 3-0 11 7 No. 2 Stanford ................... L 3-0 11 8 No. 6 California ................. L 3-1 11 14 No. 9 UCLA ....................... L 3-0 11 15 No. 10 USC ....................... L 3-0 11 21 Oregon State ....................W 3-1 11 22 No. 9 Oregon .................... L 3-0 YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 11 28 Washington State .............. L 3-1 11 29 No. 5 Washington ............. L 3-0 ASU Sheraton Classic Nike Invitational ASU Sheraton Invitational Michigan Adidas Invitational Pac-10 opponent 2009 Season Record 13-17 Pac-10 Record 3-15 Head Coach Jason Watson (2nd yr) 8 28 Utah ................................... L 3-0 8 29 Cincinnati ..........................W 3-2 8 29 UC Riverside ....................W 3-0 9 4 Charleston Southern ......W 3-1 9 4 UTEP .............................W 3-0 9 5 Idaho State ....................W 3-0 9 11 North Dakota ...................W 3-1 9 11 SMU ................................. L 3-2 9 12 Montana ..........................W 3-2 9 18 Harvard ............................W 3-0 9 19 Wyoming .........................W 3-1 9 19 New Hampshire ...............W 3-0 9 25 No. 14 UCLA ....................W 3-0 9 26 No. 13 USC ....................... L 3-1 10 2 No. 3 Washington ............. L 3-0 10 3 Washington State .............. L 3-2 10 9 No. 11 Oregon ................... L 3-0 10 10 Oregon State ..................... L 3-2 10 16 No. 18 Arizona .................. L 3-1 10 23 No. 6 Stanford ................... L 3-0 10 25 No. 15 California ............... L 3-0 10 30 Washington State .............W 3-1 11 1 No. 5 Washington ............. L 3-0 11 6 Oregon State ....................W 3-1 11 7 No. 14 Oregon .................. L 3-0 11 13 No. 18 Arizona .................. L 3-0 11 20 No. 11 California ............... L 3-1 11 21 No. 6 Stanford ................... L 3-0 11 27 No. 16 USC ....................... L 3-1 11 28 No. 9 UCLA ....................... L 3-0 Utah Classic ASU Sheraton Classic University of Montana Classic New Hampshire Classic Pac-10 opponent 2010 Season Record 13-18 Pac-10 Record 7-11 8th Head Coach Jason Watson (3rd yr) 8 27 Western Michigan .............. L 3-1 8 28 Dayton ............................... L 3-1 8 29 VCU ..................................W 3-2 9 3 Seattle University ...........W 3-1 9 3 San Diego St. ................. L 3-1 9 4 Utah State ....................... L 3-0 9 10 High Point ........................W 3-2 9 10 Utah Valley State .............. L 3-2 9 11 UC Riverside ...................W 3-0 9 17 Michigan ........................... L 3-1 9 18 Pacific ..............................W 3-2 9 18 Utah .................................. L 3-2 9 24 No. 1 Stanford ................... L 3-1 9 26 No. 8 California ................. L 3-0 10 1 Arizona .............................. L 3-0 10 8 No. 13 Oregon .................. L 3-1 10 9 Oregon State ....................W 3-2 10 15 No. 5 USC ........................W 3-1 10 16 No. 10 UCLA ....................W 3-1 10 22 Washington State .............W 3-2 10 23 No. 7 Washington ............. L 3-0 10 29 No. 23 Arizona .................. L 3-2 10 31 UC Riverside .....................W 3-0 11 5 Oregon State ....................W 3-0 11 6 No. 20 Oregon .................. L 3-2 11 12 No. 10 UCLA ..................... L 3-0 11 13 No. 6 USC ......................... L 3-1 11 19 No. 11 Washington ............ L 3-0 11 20 Washington State .............W 3-1 11 24 No. 2 California ................W 3-2 11 26 No. 4 Stanford ................... L 3-0 University of Dayton Invitational ASU Sheraton Classic ASU Sheraton Invitational ASU Sheraton Tournament Pac-10 opponent 2011 Season Record 9-22 Pac-12 Record 5-17 10th Head Coach Jason Watson (4th yr) 8 26 Denver ..............................W 3-0 8 27 Milwaukee ........................W 3-1 8 27 San Jose State .................. L 3-1 9 2 Iowa ................................ L 3-1 9 2 Iowa State ....................... L 3-1 9 3 Southern Miss ................W 3-1 9 9 Georgia Southern ............W 3-1 9 10 No. 19 San Diego ............. L 3-0 9 10 North Carolina .................. L 3-0 9 16 Oregon State ..................... L 3-2 9 18 No. 16 Oregon .................. L 3-1 9 23 Washington State .............. L 3-2 9 25 No. 4 Washington ............. L 3-0 9 30 No. 6 Stanford ................... L 3-0 10 1 No. 4 California ................. L 3-1 10 7 No. 2 UCLA ....................... L 3-0 10 8 No. 5 USC ......................... L 3-1 10 14 Utah .................................. L 3-0 10 15 Colorado ..........................W 3-0 10 21 No. 2 California ................. L 3-0 10 22 No. 5 Stanford ................... L 3-1 10 28 No. 10 Washington ........... L 3-2 10 29 Washington State .............. L 3-0 11 4 No. 20 Oregon .................. L 3-1 11 5 Oregon State ....................W 3-0 11 11 Colorado ..........................W 3-1 11 12 Utah .................................W 3-2 11 18 No. 1 USC ......................... L 3-1 11 20 No. 2 UCLA ....................... L 3-0 11 22 Arizona .............................. L 3-1 11 26 Arizona .............................W 3-1 ASU Sheraton Classic Iowa State Challenge Carolina Classic Pac-12 opponent 2011 Season Record 0-0 Pac-12 Record 0-0 Head Coach Jason Watson (5th yr) 8 24 Idaho State ................................. 8 25 Fresno State ............................... 8 25 UTEP .......................................... 8 31 UC Irvine .................................. 8 31 Colgate .................................... 9 1 Loyoyla Marymount ................. 9 7 Wyoming ................................... 9 7 Kansas ...................................... 9 8 College of Charleston ................ 9 14 Villanova .................................... 9 14 UC Riverside ............................. 9 15 Florida Atlantic ........................... 9 15 Gonzaga .................................... 9 18 Arizona ....................................... 9 21 Washington State ....................... 9 28 California .................................... 9 30 Stanford ..................................... 10 5 UCLA ......................................... 10 7 USC ........................................... 10 12 Colorado .................................... 10 14 Utah ........................................... 10 19 Oregon State .............................. 10 20 Oregon ....................................... 10 26 Stanford ..................................... 10 28 California .................................... 11 2 USC ........................................... 11 3 UCLA ......................................... 11 8 Oregon State .............................. 11 9 Oregon ....................................... 11 16 Utah ........................................... 11 18 Colorado .................................... 11 21 Washington ................................ 11 23 Arizona ....................................... El Paso Sports Commission Invite UC Irvine Tournament University of Kansas Tournament ASU Sheraton Invitational Pac-12 opponent YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS VS. PAC-12 OPPONENTS vs. Arizona series record 39-42 1976 W 2-0 1977 W 2-0 W 2-1 L 3-0 L 2-1 1978 9 16 L 2-0 10 5 L 3-2 12 7 L 3-1 1979 9 21 L 2-1 10 20 W 3-1 11 17 W 3-0 1980 9 6 L 2-0 9 6 W 2-0 10 16 L 3-2 11 14 L 3-2 1981 10 16 L 3-1 11 20 W 3-2 1982 9 11 W 2-1 9 18 L 2-0 10 15 W 3-0 11 12 W 3-0 1983 10 14 L 3-2 11 18 W 3-0 1984 10 19 L 3-2 11 21 L 3-0 1985 10 9 L 3-2 11 21 W 3-0 12 6 L 3-2 1986 10 8 W 3-1 11 26 W 3-0 1987 9 23 L 3-2 10 23 W 3-0 1988 10 12 W 3-1 11 9 W 3-2 1989 9 27 L 3-2 10 25 L 3-1 1990 9 13 W 3-1 11 15 W 3-2 1991 10 11 W 3-1 11 7 W 3-0 1992 9 24 W 3-2 10 23 W 3-2 1993 10 15 W 3-2 11 12 W 3-0 12 5 L 3-2 1994 9 30 10 27 1995 9 13 11 17 1996 10 11 11 8 1997 9 26 10 24 1998 10 16 11 13 1999 10 1 10 30 2000 9 13 11 18 2001 10 5 11 3 2002 9 27 10 25 2003 9 26 10 25 2004 10 22 11 19 2005 10 7 11 4 2006 9 22 11 24 2007 10 12 11 7 2008 10 1 11 2 2009 10 16 11 13 2010 10 1 10 29 2011 11 22 11 26 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-2 W 3-2 W 3-2 L 3-2 L 3-2 L 3-1 L 3-2 L 3-2 W 3-1 L 3-1 L 3-2 L 3-1 L 3-1 L 3-1 W 3-0 L 3-0 W 3-2 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 L 3-0 W 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-2 L 3-1 W 3-1 vs. California series record 27-28 1980 9 19 L 2-0 11 1 W 2-0 1984 10 5 W 3-1 1986 10 3 W 3-1 11 15 W 3-0 1987 10 17 L 3-0 11 13 W 3-0 1988 9 24 W 3-1 10 21 L 3-2 1989 10 13 L 3-1 11 9 L 3-0 1990 9 28 W 3-0 10 27 W 3-1 1991 9 20 L 3-2 11 23 W 3-1 1992 10 9 L 3-0 11 7 L 3-1 1993 9 24 W 3-1 10 23 W 3-0 1994 10 14 W 3-0 11 12 W 3-1 1995 9 29 W 3-1 10 28 W 3-0 1996 9 20 W 3-1 11 21 W 3-1 1997 10 10 W 3-2 11 8 L 3-2 1998 9 25 W 3-0 10 25 W 3-2 1999 10 15 W 3-1 11 11 W 3-1 2000 9 29 L 3-1 10 28 W 3-0 2001 11 17 W 3-1 11 25 W 3-2 2002 10 11 W 3-2 11 8 L 3-0 2003 10 3 L 3-1 11 1 L 3-1 2004 9 23 11 27 2005 10 13 11 11 2006 9 29 10 28 2007 10 18 11 17 2008 10 10 11 8 2009 10 25 11 20 2010 9 26 11 24 2011 10 1 10 21 L 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-1 L 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-0 W 3-2 L 3-1 L 3-0 vs. Colorado series record 3-0 1990 9 15 W 3-0 2011 10 15 W 3-0 11 11 W 3-1 YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS VS. PAC-12 OPPONENTS vs. Oregon series record 35-17 1986 9 12 W 2-0 10 25 L 3-2 1987 9 20 L 3-1 11 20 L 3-0 1988 10 1 L 3-1 10 29 W 3-0 1989 9 14 W 3-1 11 18 W 3-0 1990 10 5 L 3-1 11 1 W 3-1 1991 9 27 W 3-1 10 26 W 3-1 1992 10 16 W 3-2 11 12 W 3-0 1993 10 1 W 3-0 10 30 W 3-1 1994 9 16 W 3-0 11 19 W 3-0 1995 10 6 W 3-0 11 4 W 3-0 1996 9 27 W 3-1 10 26 L 3-2 1997 10 17 W 3-0 11 15 L 3-2 1998 10 2 W 3-0 11 1 W 3-1 1999 9 26 W 3-0 11 18 W 3-1 2000 10 6 W 3-0 11 2 W 3-0 2001 9 21 W 3-0 10 18 W 3-0 2002 10 18 W 3-2 11 16 W 3-1 2003 10 17 W 3-0 11 14 W 3-1 2004 10 8 W 3-1 11 5 W 3-0 2005 9 23 W 3-0 11 26 W 3-1 2006 10 12 11 10 2007 9 27 10 26 2008 10 24 11 22 2009 10 9 11 7 2010 10 8 11 6 2011 9 28 11 4 L 3-1 W 3-1 L 3-1 W 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-2 L 3-1 L 3-1 vs. Oregon State series record 37-16 1985 9 19 W 3-1 1986 9 13 W 3-2 10 24 W 3-1 1987 9 18 W 3-0 11 21 L 3-0 1988 9 30 W 3-1 10 29 W 3-1 1989 9 15 W 3-0 11 17 L 3-0 1990 10 6 L 3-1 11 2 W 3-1 1991 9 28 W 3-1 10 25 W 3-1 1992 10 18 W 3-2 11 13 W 3-0 1993 10 2 W 3-1 10 29 W 3-1 1994 9 19 W 3-2 11 18 W 3-0 1995 10 7 W 3-0 11 3 L 3-1 1996 9 28 L 3-0 10 25 L 3-0 1997 10 18 L 3-1 11 14 W 3-2 1998 10 4 W 3-0 10 30 W 3-0 1999 9 17 W 3-0 11 19 W 3-0 2000 10 7 L 3-1 11 3 W 3-1 2001 9 22 L 3-2 10 19 L 3-0 2002 10 19 W 3-1 11 15 W 3-0 2003 10 18 W 3-2 11 13 L 3-0 2004 10 9 W 3-0 11 4 L 3-1 2005 9 24 11 25 2006 10 13 11 9 2007 9 28 10 25 2008 10 25 11 21 2009 10 10 11 6 2010 10 9 11 5 2011 9 16 11 5 L 3-2 L 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-0 W 3-1 L 3-2 W 3-1 W 3-2 W 3-0 L 3-2 W 3-0 vs. Stanford series record 5-59 1979 11 3 L 2-0 1981 9 21 L 3-0 12 11 L 3-0 1982 10 23 W 3-1 11 14 L 3-0 1983 9 30 L 3-1 10 23 L 3-2 1984 10 6 L 3-0 11 16 L 3-1 1985 10 18 W 3-2 11 2 L 3-0 1986 10 4 W 3-0 11 14 L 3-1 1987 10 16 L 3-0 11 14 L 3-0 1988 9 23 L 3-0 10 22 L 3-1 1989 10 14 L 3-0 11 10 L 3-0 1990 9 29 L 3-1 10 26 L 3-1 1991 9 21 L 3-1 11 22 L 3-0 1992 10 10 L 3-0 11 6 L 3-0 1993 9 23 L 3-1 10 22 W 3-0 1994 10 15 L 3-0 11 11 L 3-0 12 8 L 3-0 1995 9 30 L 3-0 10 27 L 3-0 1996 9 22 L 3-0 11 22 L 3-0 1997 10 11 L 3-0 11 7 L 3-0 1998 9 27 L 3-1 10 23 L 3-1 1999 10 14 L 3-0 11 12 L 3-1 YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS VS. PAC-12 OPPONENTS 2000 9 30 10 27 2001 11 15 11 24 2002 10 10 11 8 2003 10 2 10 31 2004 9 24 11 26 2005 10 14 11 10 2006 9 30 10 27 2007 10 19 11 16 2008 1012 11 7 2009 10 23 11 21 2010 9 24 11 26 2011 9 30 10 22 W 3-1 L 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-2 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-1 vs. UCLA series record 9-62 1979 9 28 L 3-2 10 26 L 3-0 1980 9 19 L 2-0 9 27 L 3-1 10 24 L 3-1 1981 9 12 L 2-0 9 25 W 3-2 10 22 L 3-0 1982 9 17 W 2-0 10 9 W 3-0 11 6 L 2-1 11 19 L 3-0 1983 10 7 L 3-1 11 10 L 3-1 1984 9 21 L 3-0 10 28 L 3-1 1985 9 24 L 3-1 10 26 L 3-1 1986 9 21 L 3-1 10 31 L 3-0 1987 10 2 L 3-0 10 31 W 3-1 1988 10 7 L 3-0 11 5 L 3-0 1989 9 23 L 3-0 10 20 L 3-2 1990 10 13 L 3-2 11 9 L 3-0 1991 10 5 L 3-0 11 1 L 3-1 1992 9 19 L 3-0 11 20 L 3-0 12 11 L 3-0 1993 10 9 L 3-1 11 5 L 3-2 1994 9 24 L 3-2 10 21 L 3-0 1995 10 14 W 3-2 11 10 W 3-0 1996 10 5 L 3-2 11 1 L 3-0 1997 9 20 11 21 1998 10 11 11 6 1999 9 25 10 21 2000 10 13 11 10 2001 9 29 10 25 2002 9 21 11 21 2003 10 11 11 7 2004 10 2 10 29 2005 10 22 11 18 2006 10 7 11 3 2007 9 21 11 23 2008 10 18 11 14 2009 9 25 11 28 2010 10 16 11 12 2011 10 7 11 20 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-1 L 3-2 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 W 3-1 L 3-2 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-0 W 3-0 L 3-0 W 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 vs. USC series record 11-1-58 1979 10 6 L 3-0 11 3 T 1-1 11 9 L 3-2 1980 10 3 L 3-1 10 31 L 2-0 11 8 L 3-0 1981 10 3 L 3-0 10 31 L 3-0 11 7 L 2-0 1982 9 26 L 3-0 10 1 L 3-1 10 30 L 3-1 1983 9 24 L 3-2 10 28 W 3-2 1984 9 28 L 3-0 11 10 L 3-0 1985 10 4 L 3-0 11 9 L 3-0 1986 9 20 W 3-1 11 1 W 3-0 1987 10 3 L 3-0 10 30 W 3-0 1988 10. 8 L 3-0 11 4 L 3-1 1989 9 22 L 3-0 10 21 L 3-1 1990 10 12 W 3-2 11 10 W 3-1 1991 10 4 L 3-1 11 2 L 3-1 1992 9 18 L 3-1 11 21 W 3-1 1993 10 8 L 3-0 11 6 W 3-0 1994 9 23 L 3-2 10 22 L 3-0 1995 10 13 W 3-2 11 11 W 3-2 1996 10 4 L 3-2 11 2 L 3-0 1997 9 19 L 3-0 11 22 L 3-0 1998 10 9 11 8 1999 9 24 10 22 2000 10 12 11 9 2001 9 28 10 26 2002 9 20 11 22 2003 10 10 11 8 2004 10 1 10 30 2005 10 21 11 19 2006 10 6 11 4 2007 9 20 11 24 2008 10 17 11 15 2009 9 26 11 27 2010 10 15 11 13 2011 10 8 11 18 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-2 L 3-1 L 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-2 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-1 W 3-1 L 3-1 L 3-1 L 3-1 YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS VS. PAC-12 OPPONENTS vs. Utah series record 9-5 1976 W 2-0 1977 W 3-0 1978 10 13 L 3-1 12 6 L 3-1 1980 9 19 W 2-11 1982 9 8 W 3-0 9 18 W 2-0 1984 10 20 W 3-1 1985 9 7 W 3-2 2003 8 29 W 3-1 2009 8 28 L 3-0 2010 9 18 L 3-2 2011 10 14 L 3-0 11 12 W 3-2 vs. Washington series record 19-37 1982 11 5 L 2-1 1983 11 5 W 2-0 1984 11 2 L 2-0 1986 10 17 W 3-2 11 22 W 3-2 1987 10 10 W 3-2 11 6 L 3-2 1988 9 17 L 3-1 11 18 L 3-1 12 1 L 3-0 1989 10 6 L 3-2 11 4 L 3-1 1990 9 21 L 3-1 10 20 L 3-2 1991 10 18 W 3-0 11 16 L 3-0 1992 10 2 W 3-1 10 31 W 3-0 1993 9 17 W 3-0 11 20 W 3-0 1994 10 7 L 3-1 11 5 W 3-1 1995 9 22 L 3-2 10 21 L 3-0 1996 10 18 L 3-0 11 16 L 3-1 1997 10 3 W 3-2 11 1 L 3-0 1998 9 18 W 3-2 11 22 L 3-1 1999 10 8 W 3-0 11 6 W 3-0 2000 9 22 W 3-0 10 21 W 3-1 2001 10 12 L 3-1 11 10 W 3-1 2002 10 3 W 3-2 11 2 L 3-1 2003 9 18 L 3-1 11 22 L 3-0 2004 10 15 11 12 2005 9 30 10 28 2006 10 19 11 17 2007 10 4 11 2 2008 9 26 11 29 2009 10 2 11 1 2010 10 23 11 19 2011 9 25 10 28 W 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-2 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-0 L 3-2 vs. Washington State series record 29-24 1986 10 18 W 3-0 11 21 W 3-1 1987 10 9 W 3-0 11 7 W 3-0 1988 9 16 W 3-1 11 19 W 3-0 1989 9 9 W 3-0 10 7 W 3-0 11 3 L 3-2 1990 9 22 L 3-1 10 19 W 3-0 1991 10 19 L 3-1 11 15 L 3-0 1992 10 3 W 3-2 10 30 W 3-2 1993 9 18 L 3-0 11 19 W 3-2 1994 10 8 W 3-2 11 4 W 3-0 1995 9 23 L 3-1 10 20 L 3-1 1996 10 19 L 3-0 11 15 L 3-0 1997 10 4 L 3-1 10 31 L 3-0 1998 9 20 L 3-1 11 20 W 3-1 1999 10 9 W 3-1 11 5 L 3-0 2000 9 23 W 3-2 10 20 W 3-2 2001 10 13 L 3-1 11 9 L 3-0 2002 10 4 L 3-0 11 1 L 3-0 2003 9 19 L 3-0 11 21 L 3-2 2004 10 16 W 3-2 11 11 W 3-0 2005 10 1 L 3-1 10 27 W 3-1 2006 10 20 11 16 2007 10 5 11 1 2008 9 27 11 28 2009 10 3 10 30 2010 10 22 11 20 2011 9 23 10 29 W 3-1 W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-1 W 3-0 L 3-1 L 3-2 W 3-1 W 3-2 W 3-1 L 3-2 L 3-0