2006 Colby-Sawyer College Volleyball Media Guide

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2006 Colby-Sawyer College Volleyball Media Guide
2006 Colby-Sawyer College
Volleyball Media Guide
Welcome to Colby-Sawyer College
Greetings on behalf of Colby-Sawyer College’s
student-athletes, coaches and the faculty and staff.
Colby-Sawyer is an exciting and dynamic college
committed to excellence in all that we do. The
tradition of excellence we have established in our
athletic programs is pervasive throughout the institution. It extends into the classrooms, labs, art gallery,
residence halls and beyond as well as on the playing
fields. Our athletic teams are regionally and nationally ranked in part because our coaches set high
expectations for our student-athletes and themselves.
Our coaches value, teach and exhibit character, discipline, teamwork and pride.
To experience firsthand the energy, enthusiasm and
excellence of the Colby-Sawyer community, please
join us at our athletic
contests and at other oncampus events to which
you may be invited. We
love it here and we know
you will, too.
Welcome to Colby-Sawyer Athletics!
We invite you to become part of a proud tradition of
athletic excellence. Our student-athletes excel in the
classroom as well as on the playing fields and we are
extraordinarily proud of their accomplishments everywhere on campus. Our coaching staff is committed to providing each and every student-athlete with
a positive learning experience promoting a strong
work ethic, good sportsmanship and a commitment
to team and college.
Colby-Sawyer offers a wide array of team sport
opportunities, always competitive regionally, with
teams often challenging for Commonwealth Coast
Championships and a bid to the NCAA Division III
Championships.
We wish you and your
family all the best in your
collegiate search, may you
see all that Colby-Sawyer
has to offer!
Sincerely,
Go Chargers!!!
Thomas C. Galligan Jr.
President
Debi Field McGrath
Director of Athletics
Colby-Sawyer College Quick Facts
Table of Contents
Location...................................... New London, N.H.
Welcome message.......................................................1
Founded................................................................ 1837
Colby-Sawyer Quick Facts.........................................1
Enrollment..............................................................986
Colby-Sawyer Volleyball Roster................................2
President............................... Thomas C. Galligan Jr.
Season Preview........................................................ 3-4
Admissions Phone............................ (800) 272-1015
Meet the Coaches........................................................5
Financial Aid Phone......................... (800) 272-1015
All-Time Award Winners...........................................6
Director of Athletics...............Debi Field McGrath
2006 Seniors.................................................................7
Affiliation................................... NCAA Division III
2006 Underclassmen...................................................8
Conferences.....Commonwealth Coast Conference
Eastern College Athletic Conference
2005 Year in Review...................................................9
Nickname...................................................... Chargers
Colby-Sawyer Match Records.................................11
Colors.......................................Royal Blue and White
Athletic Department Phone............ (603) 526-3710
Colby-Sawyer Website......... www.colby-sawyer.edu
2005 Schedule and Stats...........................................10
Career and Season Records.....................................12
All-Time Series Records...........................................13
All About Colby-Sawyer..........................................14
The 2006 volleyball media guide was produced by the Sports Information Office of Colby-Sawyer College
Front Cover: Senior Jessica Niebuhr
Photography by John Quackenbos and Gil Talbot
Printing by R.C. Brayshaw
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2006 Colby-Sawyer Volleyball
2006 Colby-Sawyer Chargers
Volleyball Team
No.
Name
Cl.
Pos.
Ht.
Hometown/High School
1
Genny Moore Fr.
S/OH
5-8
Centerville, Mass./Barnstable
2
Kim Shannon Fr.
MB
6-0
Wallingford, Conn./Sheehan
3
Mickey Lapan Fr.
OPP
5-8
Medway, Mass./Medway
4
Shelagh Costello Fr.
DS/L
5-3
Canton, Mass./Canton
5
Taylor Forsberg So.
OH
5-7
Moultonborough/Moultonborough Academy
6
Melissa Estabrook So.
MB
6-0
Newton, Mass./North
7
Devin Zylak Fr.
DS/S
5-5
Dunbarton/Coe-Brown
9
Suzie Kaegi Sr.
OH
5-8
Sunapee/Sunapee
10 Jackie Burnett So.
DS/L
5-3
Portsmouth/Portsmouth
12 Megan White Fr.
OH
5-8
Monroe, Conn./Masuk
13 Hilary Ballentine Sr.
OPP
5-8
Alton/Alton
14 Kristen Romanko So.
MB
6-1
Mansfield, Mass./Mansfield
15
Montana Molyneux
Fr.
OH
5-8
Inglewood, Ontario/Peel Alt. North
16 Amanda Jones Fr.
OH
5-5
Canton, Mass./Canton
17 Jessica Niebuhr Sr.
S/OH
5-10
Manitou Springs, Colo./Manitou Springs
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2006 Colby-Sawyer Volleyball Season Preview
A
(Sunapee, N.H.) and Hilary Ballentine
(Alton, N.H.) look to make an impact for
the Chargers.
fter a successful 2005 campaign ended
in the Colby-Sawyer Charger volleyball team winning their third conference
championship and advancing to the second
round of the NCAA DIII Tournament, the
new-look Chargers are ready to keep the
winning tradition alive.
“Jess has done a
phenomenal job
running the team
as our setter,”
Last year’s senior-laden squad re-wrote the said Braegelmann.
record books at Colby-Sawyer on their way “We may try and
to earning eight Commonwealth Coast
use her in differConference honors including CCC Player ent roles this year,
of the Year (Jessica Niebuhr), CCC Senior taking some of
Scholar-Athlete of the Year (Kathy Couthe pressure off
ture), and CCC Coach of the Year (Chad
our other players.
Braegelmann).
She is going to
be our emotional
This season a Chargers team with only one leader on the
returning starter, Jessica Niebuhr, looks to court.
reload and make yet another run for their
eleventh straight CCC championship ap“Suzie got a lot of
pearance.
playing time last
year. She will be
Senior Jessica Niebuhr
“I am extremely excited for the season to battling for time
start this fall,” said sixth-year head coach
on the outside. Hilary had a year off and
Chad Braegelmann. “We have a lot of
coming back will give us depth on the right
young talent
side. She will be in the mix for some major
and athleticism playing time as well.”
on this team
that has not
With no juniors on the roster, the Chargers
had much of
look to the young talent for help. Four
a chance to
sophomores and eight freshmen will conshowcase itself tribute heavily to the success of this year’s
because of the team.
gifted senior
class we had last “The majority of our team is made up of
year.”
underclassmen,” Braegelmann said. “That
means they are going to be seeing lots of
A lineup of
court time and contributing to our sucthree seniors
cess.”
looks to provide
leadership for
Sophomores Taylor Forsberg (Moulta young squad. onborough, N.H.), Melissa Estabrook
Jessica Niebuhr (Newton, Mass.), Jackie Burnett (Ports(Manitou
mouth, N.H.) and Kristen Romanko
Springs, Colo.), (Mansfield, Mass.) bring talent to this
Suzie Kaegi
young squad and will get a chance to disSenior Suzie Kaegi
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2006 Colby-Sawyer Volleyball Season Preview
Mickey Lapan (Medway, Mass.) will
look to provide help in the front row for
the Chargers.
play their skills.
“Taylor looks to see a lot of time on the
outside for us,” said Braegelmann. “She
jumps like crazy and has a great knack
for the game. She does a nice job for us
defensively.
Braegelmann will also be counting on three
other freshmen, Shelagh Costello (Canton, Mass.), Devin Zylak (Dunbarton,
N.H.), and Amanda Jones (Canton,
Mass.), to contribute.
“Melissa had a
phenomenal year
for us last year in
limited playing
time. She led the
team in hitting
percentage. She
is a strong athlete
who can hit the
ball and does
a great job at
blocking. She is a
powerful force at
the net.
“These freshmen will be an important
part of our success,” said Braegelmann.
“These kids have the skills to take over for
the talented athletes we graduated.
“Genny never lost a high school match,
Megan’s club team won the New England
Championship for junior Olympics and
Montana comes from a family full of volleyball players.
“Kimberly will provide depth in the middle
for us, while Mickey gives us another opSophomore Taylor Forsberg “Jackie has a
tion at opposite. Shelagh will see time as
good chance to move into our libero posi- a defensive specialist/libero for us and
tion this season. She has great ball control Amanda will be another option for us on
and a tremendous knack for the game. She the outside. Devin will probably do some
has a great serve and lateral quickness. I
setting for us and help us out in the back
believe she will be very steady for us in the row.”
back row.
“Kristen is another tower for us in the
middle. She won the team’s most improved player award last year. She has
done a great job offensively and will continue to make progress. She works hard
and is a quick learner. Both Kristen and
Melissa had great spring seasons for us in
the middle.”
A group of eight talented freshmen
also join the ranks of Colby-Sawyer volleyball this season, looking to provide depth
for a team that graduated six starters.
Genny Moore (Centerville, Mass.),
Megan White (Monroe, Conn.), Montana Molyneux (Caledon, Ontario),
Kim Shannon (Wallingford, Conn.) and
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Colby-Sawyer Volleyball Coaching Staff
U
nder the direction of sixth-year
head coach Chad
Braegelmann, the Colby-Sawyer women’s
volleyball team has
grown into one of the
premier programs in
New England.
Braegelmann serves on the NCAA Division III New
England Regional poll, the NEWVA Division III Poll
and is the Commonwealth Coast Conference liaison
to the AVCA Division III Head Coaches Committee.
Braegelmann, who also serves as the Club Sports coordinator at Colby-Sawyer, spent a year at Northern
State University, serving as a graduate assistant coach
during the 2000-01 school year. At Northern State,
he earned a master’s degree in education with an
emphasis on health, physical education and coaching.
Last season, the
Chargers reached their
tenth consecutive
Commonwealth Coast
Head Coach
Conference championChad Braegelmann ship match and won
the team’s second CCC
championship under Braegelmann. Last year’s team
also advanced to the second round in the NCAA
Division III Tournament.
Prior to Northern State, he spent two years as an
assistant varsity and head junior varsity coach at his
alma mater, the University of Minnesota-Morris. He
earned bachelor’s degrees in management and sports
management while also minoring in economics.
Chad and his wife Natalie live in South Sutton with
their two sons, Tyler (3) and Riley (1).
For his efforts, Braegelmann was selected by his
peers as the CCC Coach of the Year, his second
award in the past three seasons.
The Braegelmann File
OverallConference
W L
Pct.
W L
Pct.
Colby-Sawyer’s program also made history in 2004 Year
2001
14
12
.538
6
2
.750
under Braegelmann, earning a bid in the Eastern
16 17
.485
7 2
.778
College Athletic Conference Division III New Eng- 2002
2003
24 11
.686
9 0
1.000
land Tournament for the first time.
2004
23 9
.719
8 1
.889
Under his direction, the Chargers have posted a
2005
30 9
.769
9 0
1.000
107-58 mark, including a 39-5 record in Common- ------------------------------------------------------------------5 yrs. 107 58
.648
39 5
.886
wealth Coast Conference. Last season, Braegelmann
also reached the 100 win mark, when the Chargers
defeated the University of New England on Oct. 26,
2005.
Assistant Coach Kristin Anderson
7th Season
Kristin is heading into her eleventh season as a Charger. After a stellar four year
career as a player, including leading a team to a 30-6 record and the program’s
inaugural CCC Championship, Kristin has helped out the past six years as an
assistant coach and is returning for her seventh. Kristin will help with game stats
and recruiting.
Assistant Coach Amy Tarte
1st Season
Amy Tarte is also a Charger volleyball alum. Tarte, a 2006 grad, had a
phenomenal playing career, rewriting the defensive record book and was a
two-time all-conference performer as well as the CCC Libero of the Year in
2004. Tarte brings a wealth of knowledge to the Charger staff and will help
out with individual and team defense as well as orchestrate the Chargers’
serve receive.
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CCC Player of the Year
Sara Hammond
Jessica Niebuhr
2006 Colby-Sawyer Volleyball All-Time Awards
1999, 2000
2005
CCC Rookie of the Year
Kathy Couture
Jessica Niebuhr
2002
2003
CCC Libero of the Year
Amy Tarte
2004
CCC Coach of the Year
George Martin
Chad Braegelmann
1998, 1999
2003, 2005
First Team All-Conference
Kristin Anderson
Heather McMahon
Sara Hammond
Amy Callahan
Kathy Couture
Anne Coulter
Mary Ann Prescott
Jessica Niebuhr
Amy Tarte
Second Team All-Conference
Amy Callahan
Karen Kotopoulis
Mary Ann Prescott
Kathy Couture
Jessica Niebuhr
Ashley Lorance
Amy Tarte
CoSIDA Academic All-America
Danielle Cartier
1998
CoSIDA Academic All-District I
Danielle Cartier
1998
AVCA All-New England Team
Sara Hammond
Jessica Niebuhr
1999
1999, 2000, 2001
1999, 2000
2001
2002, 2004, 2005
2003, 2005
2003
2004, 2005
2004
2000
2005
Second Team NEWVA All-New England
Sara Hammond
2000
Honorable Mention NEWVA All-New England
Sara Hammond
1999
NEWVA Senior Classic
Kristin Anderson
Sara Hammond
Amy Callahan
Mary Ann Prescott
Anne Coulter, Kathy Couture, Amy Tarte
1999
2000
2002
2003
2003
2004
2005
Year
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1986
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
1996
1997
1997
1998
1998
Charger Female Student-Athlete Award
Melissa Eckman
1999
Sara Hammond
2000, 2001
Mary Ann Prescott
2004
Anne Coulter
2006
Colby-Sawyer Senior Female Scholar-Athlete
Danielle Cartier
1999
Kristin Anderson
2000
CCC Senior Scholar Athlete
1999
2005
New Hampshire NCAA Woman of the Year
Anne Marie Ferretti
1994, 1995
Kristin Anderson
1999, 2000
Honorable Mention All-Conference
Amy Callahan
2000
Kelsey Donahue
2001
Karen Kotopoulis
2001
Anne Coulter
2002, 2004
Ashley Lorance
2005
CCC All-Tournament Team
Jessica Smith
Alison Gulubicki
Sara Hammond
Melissa Eckman
Jessica Smith
Kristin Anderson
Kathy Couture
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Year-by-Year
1999
2000
2001
2003
2005
Overall Conference
Coach
6-1
Kathy Campbell
6-6
Kathy Campbell
6-2
Reva Bailey
3-8
Reva Bailey
7-8
Reva Bailey
10-8
Reva Bailey
11-12
Pat Vannorsdall
10-13
Pat Vannorsdall
8-17-1
Pat Vannorsdall
9-15
Pat Vannorsdall
17-13
Deb Niemisto
3-14
Douglas Oxford
10-14
Rick Hutchins
9-13
Roger Dontonville
13-11
Roger Dontonville
10-14
4-4
Roger Dontonville
9-14
1-6
George Martin
14-9
2-3
George Martin
21-5
3-2
George Martin
20-10
3-2
George Martin
26-5
4-0
George Martin
30-6
8-0
George Martin
23-7
7-1
George Martin
14-12
6-2
Chad Braegelmann
16-17
7-2
Chad Braegelmann
24-11
9-0
Chad Braegelmann
23-9
8-1
Chad Braegelmann
30-9
9-0
Chad Braegelmann
2006 Colby-Sawyer Volleyball Seniors
Hilary Ballentine
Junior: Did not play.
Senior
Alton, N.H.
Alton
OPP
Sophomore: Hilary played in eleven
matches as a sophomore, tallying six kills in
24 attempts and three assists. Hilary also
registered 11 digs.
#13
Freshman: Hilary played in six matches as a freshman registering six
digs.
Personal: Born May 23, 1985 to Jeff and Lawrice Ballentine.
TOTAL...............
TOTAL...............
GP-MP
19-17
GP
19
K
6
RE
1
K/G
0.32
DIG
17
E
6
D/G
0.89
Suzie Kaegi
Senior
Sunapee, N.H.
Sunapee
OH
TA
26
BS
0
Pct
.000
BA
2
TB
2
A
4
B/G
0.11
A/G
0.21
BE
0
SA
3
SA/G
0.16
SE
6
BHE
1
Junior: Suzie played in 33 matches, averaging 1.91
points and 1.22 digs per game. She finished the year
with 135 kills and 112 digs.
#9
Sophomore: Suzie played in 17 matches, tallying 40
kills, eight assists and 32 digs. She ranked fourth on
the team in reception percentage (.944).
Freshman: Suzie averaged .59 digs and .07 blocks per game in 16
matches for the Chargers
Personal: Born July 13, 1984 to Kaspar Kaegi and Elizabeth Trainor.
GP-MP
TOTAL............... 154-66
TOTAL...............
GP
154
K
183
RE
29
K/G
1.19
DIG
160
E
98
D/G
1.04
TA
577
BS
0
Pct
.147
BA
15
TB
15
A
34
B/G
0.10
A/G
0.22
BE
1
SA
56
SA/G
0.36
SE
53
BHE
4
Junior: Jessica led the team in assists, setting
a single-season record with 1185, breaking
the record she set her freshman year.
Jessica Niebuhr
Senior
Manitou Springs, Colo.
Manitou Springs
Sophomore: Jessica played in 26 matches
S/OH
registering 139 kills and registered 872 as-
#17
sists, ranking fourth on the all-time list.
Freshman: Jessica played in 35 matches, breaking the school record
held by Heather McMahon, by tallying 1144 assists, a 9.23 assist per
game average.
Personal: Born June 20, 1985 to Randy and Betsey Niebuhr.
GP-MP
TOTAL............... 337-99
TOTAL...............
GP
337
K
494
RE
8
K/G
1.47
DIG
991
D/G
2.94
E
128
7
TA
1418
BS
9
BA
119
Pct
.258
TB
128
A
3201
B/G
0.38
A/G
9.50
BE
10
SA
168
BHE
137
SA/G
0.50
SE
143
2006 Colby-Sawyer Volleyball Underclassmen
Jackie Burnett
Sophomore
DS/L
Portsmouth, N.H.
Portsmouth
Melissa Estabrook
Sophomore
MB
Newton, Mass.
North High
Taylor Forsberg
Sophomore
OH
Moultonborough, N.H.
Moultonborough
Kristen Romanko
Sophomore
MB
Mansfield, Mass.
Mansfield
Shelagh Costello
Freshman
DS/L
Canton, Mass.
Canton
Amanda Jones
Freshman
OH
Canton, Mass.
Canton
Mickey Lapan
Freshman
OPP
Medway, Mass.
Medway
Montana Molyneux
Freshman
OH
Inglewood, Ontario
Peel Alternative
Genny Moore
Freshman
S/OH
Centerville, Mass.
Barnstable
Kim Shannon
Freshman
MB
Megan White
Freshman
OH
Monroe, Conn.
Masuk
Devin Zylak
Freshman
DS/S
Dunbarton, N.H.
Coe-Brown
#10
#4
#1
#6
#5
#16
#3
Wallingford, Conn.
Sheehan
#2
8
#12
#14
#15
#7
2005 Colby-Sawyer Volleyball Review
T
he 2005 season brought much
success to the Colby-Sawyer
volleyball team.
After starting the season 2-3,
the Chargers went on an 11 match
winning streak in September to
finish the first month of the season
13-3.
October started rough, losing
three of their first four matches
of the month. But the Chargers
would storm back, winning 12 of
their last 14 matches to end the
regular season with a perfect 9-0
record in CCC play.
From left to right: Becky Schaffer, Anne Coulter, Kathy Couture,
The Chargers swept through
Ashley Lorance, Sarah Blume and Amy Tarte
the CCC playoffs, defeating Salve
Regina, Gordon and Endicott
Commonwealth Coast Conference
to capture the team’s third CCC
championship.
2005 Final Standings
W-L PCT
In the first round of the NCAA DiviColby-Sawyer College
9-0 1.000
sion III tournament, the Chargers faced Smith
Endicott College 8-1 .889
College, winner of the NEWMAC conference
Roger
Williams
University
7-2 .778
championship. The Chargers defeated Smith 3-1
Gordon College 6-3 .667
to advance to the second round of the NCAA
Eastern Nazarene College 5-4 .556
tournament for the third time in school history.
Wentworth
Institute
of
Technology
3-6 .333
In the second round, the Chargers faced
University of New England 3-6 .333
Tufts University and were defeated 3-0, ending
Salve Regina University 3-6 .333
their run in the NCAA tournament.
Regis College 1-8 .111
For their season, eight members of the
Anna
Maria
College
0-9 .000
Colby-Sawyer team received conference honors,
including the CCC Player of the Year, Jessica
Niebuhr.
2005 Seniors
2005 Commonwealth Coast Conference Women’s Volleyball
All-Conference Teams and Award Winners
First Team All-Conference
Anne Coulter Kathy Couture Caroline Drosdick Meghan Hall Sara Moore Jessica Niebuhr Ashley O’Keeffe Honorable Mention All-Conference (cont.)
Colby-Sawyer
Colby-Sawyer
Wentworth
Endicott
Endicott
Colby-Sawyer
Roger Williams
Roger Williams
Eastern Nazarene
Eastern Nazarene
Roger Williams
Gordon
Colby-Sawyer
Kirsten Bosworth Shauna Crounse Megan Frost Roger Williams
Salve Regina
Gordon
Colby-Sawyer
Endicott
University of New England
Kathy Couture
Colby-Sawyer College
Jessica Niebuhr Colby-Sawyer College
Blakely Burns
Gordon College
Ashley O’Keeffe Roger Williams University
Chad Braegelmann
Colby-Sawyer College
Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year
Player of the Year
Second Team All-Conference
Erin Carolan Amber Crow Courtney Kosmerl Amy Maurer Chelsea Pettibone Amy Tarte Ashley Lorance Killeen Ross Rachel Seawards Rookie of the Year
Libero of the Year
Coach of the Year
Team Sportsmanship Award
Honorable Mention All-Conference
Salve Regina University
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2005 Colby-Sawyer Volleyball Review
2005 Schedule and Results
Date
----
September
2
2
3
3
3
7
13
15
17
17
20
24
24
28
30
30
October
1
1
7
8
11
13
15
Opponent
--------
Score
-----
Coll. of Notre Dame
vs Fontbonne (Mo.)
vs Hastings
vs Plattsburgh State
vs Notre Dame (Md.)
at Plattsburgh State
PLYMOUTH STATE
at Rivier
vs Endicott *
at Roger Williams *
KEENE STATE COLLEGE
vs Salve Regina *
at Gordon College
at Anna Maria*
vs Worcester State
vs Bowdoin College
W 3-0
0-3 L
0-3 L
W 3-0
2-3 L
W 3-0
W 3-1
W 3-0
W 3-1
W 3-2
W 3-0
W 3-0
W 3-0
W 3-0
W 3-0
W 3-1
vs Springfield College
vs Colby College
RIVIER
at Williams
BATES
at Middlebury
vs Emmanuel
Date
----
October
15
15
18
20
22
22
26
28
28
29
29
November
1
3
5
10
11
0-3 L
1-3 L
W 3-1
1-3 L
W 3-0
W 3-1
W 3-0
Opponent
--------
Score
-----
vs Mount Ida
at MIT
WENTWORTH *
JOHNSON & WALES
REGIS COLLEGE * EASTERN NAZARENE * UNIV. OF NEW ENGLAND * vs St. Joseph (Maine)
vs Hunter
vs Keene State College
at Bridgewater State
W 3-0
2-3 L
W 3-0
W 3-0
W 3-0
W 3-0
W 3-0
W 3-0
W 3-0
W 3-1
0-3 L
SALVE REGINA ^
GORDON COLLEGE ^
ENDICOTT ^
vs Smith College #
vs Tufts University #
W
W
W
W
3-0
3-0
3-0
3-1
0-3 L
* Commonwealth Coast Conference match
^ Commonwealth Coast Conference Tournament Game
# NCAA Tournament Game
2005 Colby-Sawyer Volleyball
Overall Individual Statistics
Overall record: 30-9
Conf: 9-0
Home: 12-0
Away: 6-3
Neutral: 12-6
|-----------ATTACK---------| |---SET---| |----------SERVE-----------|
## Name
GP-MP
K K/Game
E
TA
Pct
A A/Game
SA SA/Gm
SE
TA
Pct
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6 Melissa Estabrook
37 21
63
1.70
18 135
.333
3
0.08
8
0.22
5
33
.848
13 Kristina Casper
52 25
7
0.13
1
19
.316 100
1.92
21
0.40
11 153
.928
15 Anne Coulter
124 39
423
3.41 136 1002
.286
23
0.19
2
0.02
5
38
.868
12 Kathy Couture
124 39
436
3.52 168 1009
.266
12
0.10
8
0.06
6
30
.800
14 Kristen Romanko
20 15
25
1.25
10
58
.259
2
0.10
0
0.00
0
0
.000
17 Jessica Niebuhr
120 38
180
1.50
58 548
.223 1185
9.88
50
0.42
47 531
.911
11 Becky Schaffer
88 28
124
1.41
53 382
.186
64
0.73
21
0.24
24 135
.822
5 Taylor Forsberg
96 35
36
0.38
16 111
.180
16
0.17
21
0.22
18 276
.935
7 Ashley Lorance
122 39
228
1.87 104 704
.176
17
0.14
34
0.28
29 366
.921
9 Suzie Kaegi
92 33
135
1.47
73 422
.147
25
0.27
39
0.42
31 294
.895
4 Lindsey Wilfore
83 29
117
1.41
67 435
.115
18
0.22
42
0.51
21 408
.949
1 Alexa Fitzgerald
8 6
7
0.88
5
18
.111
1
0.12
0
0.00
2
7
.714
3 Sarah Blume
99 37
70
0.71
47 258
.089 149
1.51
27
0.27
30 311
.904
2 Amy Tarte
121 39
28
0.23
16 148
.081
71
0.59
42
0.35
42 551
.924
10 Jackie Burnett
129 39
0
0.00
3
7 -.429
15
0.12
61
0.47
43 492
.913
COLBY-SAWYER........ 132 39
1879 14.23 775 5256
.210 1701 12.89 376
2.85 314 3625
.913
|----RECEPT----| |---DIG---| |--------BLOCKING---------|
## Name
G
RE
TA
Pct DIG Dig/G
BS
BA Total B/Game
BE BHE POINTS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6 Melissa Estabrook
37
1
1
.000
5
0.14
4
13
17
0.46
2
3
81.5
13 Kristina Casper
52
2
20
.900
42
0.81
0
0
0
0.00
0
4
28.0
15 Anne Coulter
124
2
28
.929
62
0.50
43
89
132
1.06
30
1 512.5
12 Kathy Couture
124
3
19
.842 102
0.82
4
43
47
0.38
5
2 469.5
14 Kristen Romanko
20
0
1 1.000
2
0.10
5
1
6
0.30
1
1
30.5
17 Jessica Niebuhr
120
2
16
.875 396
3.30
4
52
56
0.47
3 44 260.0
11 Becky Schaffer
88
16 249
.936 120
1.36
4
27
31
0.35
8 10 162.5
5 Taylor Forsberg
96
24 245
.902 142
1.48
1
4
5
0.05
1
0
60.0
7 Ashley Lorance
122
0
4 1.000
62
0.51
28
66
94
0.77
12
5 323.0
9 Suzie Kaegi
92
25 261
.904 112
1.22
0
5
5
0.05
0
4 176.5
4 Lindsey Wilfore
83
32 414
.923 204
2.46
2
16
18
0.22
1
0 169.0
1 Alexa Fitzgerald
8
0
12 1.000
5
0.62
0
0
0
0.00
0
2
7.0
3 Sarah Blume
99
21 179
.883 138
1.39
0
10
10
0.10
2 13 102.0
2 Amy Tarte
121
54 827
.935 617
5.10
0
0
0
0.00
0
2
70.0
10 Jackie Burnett
129
41 419
.902 258
2.00
0
0
0
0.00
0
0
61.0
TEAM
9
COLBY-SAWYER........
132 232 2795
.917 2267 17.17
95 326 258.0
1.95
65 91 2513.0
10
Colby-Sawyer Volleyball Match Records
Match Kills
1.
Sara Hammond
2. Sara Hammond
3.
Kathy Couture
Sara Hammond
5.
Sara Hammond
31 30
29
29 28 vs. Clark vs. Assumption
vs. UMass-Dartmouth
vs. Eastern Nazarene
vs. Eastern Nazarene
9/22/00
9/16/00
10/30/04
11/2/00
10/21/00
Match Attack Percentage
1.
Amy Callahan
Amy Callahan
3.
Melissa Eckman
4. Kathy Couture
5. Melissa Eckman
.778
.778
.706
.692
.688 vs. Wentworth
vs. Wentworth
vs. Maine-Farmington
vs. Regis
vs. Mass. Maritime 10/18/04
9/25/01
9/20/97
10/12/02
10/17/98
Match Assists
1.
Jessica Niebuhr
2.
Heather McMahon
3. Heather McMahon
4. Jessica Niebuhr
5. Jessica Niebuhr
67
62 61 58
56
vs Notre Dame (Md.)
vs. Assumption
vs. Potsdam
vs. Smith College
vs. UMass-Dartmouth
9/3/05
9/16/00
9/11/99
11/10/05
10/30/04
Match Digs
1. Amy Tarte
2.
Amy Tarte
3.
Amy Tarte
Amy Tarte
5. Amy Tarte
Amy Tarte
39 37
34
34
32
32
vs. MIT
vs. Smith College
vs. Middlebury vs. Roger Williams
vs. Smith College
vs. S. New Hampshire
10/15/05
11/10/05
10/14/04
9/17/05
11/12/04
10/23/04
Match Service Aces
1. Amy Soubosky
Amy Soubosky 3. Jenn Jankowski
4 Amy J. Bergeron
Ellen Dandeneau
Kathy Couture
13
13
12 11
11 11 vs. Montclair State
vs. Montclair State
vs. Regis College
vs. Rivier College
vs. Anna Maria vs. Anna Maria
10/18/04
9/21/01
10/7/95
9/21/98
10/5/96
9/21/02
Match Blocks
1. Ashley Lorance
Melissa Eckman Missy Eckman
4. Anne Coulter 5.
Melissa Eckman
11
11
11
10
9
vs. Univ. of New England
vs. Roger Williams vs. Roger Williams
vs. Colby College
vs. Bridgewater State
Sara Hammond
1997-2001
2006 Inductee into
Colby-Sawyer College
Hall Of Fame
Amy Callahan
1998-2002
11/2/04
9/9/95
9/9/95
10/1/05
9/20/97
Amy Tarte
2002-2006
Amy Soubosky
2000-2004
Ashley Lorance
2002-2006
11
Colby-Sawyer Volleyball Records
Career Kills
1. Kathy Couture
2. Sara Hammond 3. Anne Coulter
4. Amy Callahan
5. Missy Eckman
2002-05
1997-00
2002-05
1998-01
1995-98
Season Kills
1. Sara Hammond 2. Kathy Couture
3. Sara Hammond
4. Anne Coulter
5. Kathy Couture
1507
1358
1175
851
806
447
436
429
423
400
2000
2005
1999
2005
2004
Career Attack Percentage
1. Alison Gulubicki 2. Jessica Niebuhr
3. Kathy Couture
4. Kristin Anderson 5. Anne Coulter
.271 .258 .243
.240
.239
1995-98
2003-05
2002-05
1996-99
2002-05
Season Attack Percentage
1. Melissa Estabrook 2. Alison Gulubicki 3. Kathy Couture 4. Melissa Eckman
5. Anne Coulter
.333
.327
.315
.300
.286
2005
1997
2004
1998
2005
Career Assists
1. Jessica Niebuhr
2. Heather McMahon
3. Jessica Smith
4. Holly Irvine
5. Sarah Blume
3201
2593
2064
1148
951
20031998-01
1995-98
1991-93
2002-05
Season Assists
1. Jessica Niebuhr
2. Jessica Niebuhr
3. Heather McMahon
4. Jessica Niebuhr
5. Heather McMahon
1185
1144
931 872 855 2005
2003
1999
2004
2000
Career Digs
1. Amy Tarte
2. Mary Ann Prescott 3. Sara Hammond 4. Jessica Niebuhr 5. Karen Tryon 1776
1266
1222 991 977 2002-05
2000-03
1997-00
20032001-04
Season Digs
1. Amy Tarte
2. Amy Tarte
3. Amy Tarte 4. Mary Ann Prescott
5. Jessica Niebuhr 617 483 439 408 396 2005
2004
2002
2003
2005
Career Service Aces
1. Sara Hammond
2. Kristin Anderson
3. Karen Kotopoulis
4. Sarah Blume
5. Jill Gragnano 326
308
207 189 181 1997-00
1996-99
1998-01
2002-05
1996-99
Season Service Aces
1. Sara Hammond 2. Kristin Anderson 3. Sarah Blume
4. Kathy Couture
5. Sara Hammond 101 93 92
91
88 1999
1999
2003
2002
1998
Career Blocks
1. Anne Coulter
2. Ashley Lorance
3. Melissa Eckman
4. Kathy Couture
5. Alison Gulubicki
389 329 282 216 204 2002-05
2002-05
1995-98
2002-05
1995-98
Season Blocks
1. Anne Coulter 2. Ashley Lorance 3. Anne Coulter
4. Anne Coulter
5. Ashley Lorance
132 124 103
103 94 2005
2004
2002
2003
2005
Career Kills Per Game Average
1. Sara Hammond 2. Kathy Couture
3. Anne Coulter 4. Tiffany Williams
5. Amy Callahan
3.34 3.21
2.81 2.45 2.41 1997-00
2002-05
2002-05
2000-01
1998-01
Season Kills Per Game Average
1. Sara Hammond 2. Amy Callahan 3. Sara Hammond
4. Kathy Couture 5. Kathy Couture
4.97 3.70 3.64
3.52 3.48
2000
2001
1999
2005
2004
Career Assists Per Game Average
1. Jessica Niebuhr 9.50 2. Jessica Smith
6.83
3. Heather McMahon
6.53
4. Jena Van Stelten
4.11
5. Sarah Blume
2.43
2003-05
1995-98
1998-01
1995-98
2002-05
Season Assist Per Game Average
1. Jessica Niebuhr
9.88
2. Jessica Niebuhr
9.38
3. Jessica Niebuhr
9.23
4. Heather McMahon
8.54
5. Heather McMahon
8.40 2005
2004
2003
1999
2001
12
Colby-Sawyer Volleyball All-Time Series Records
School
W L
Albertus Magnus
3
1
Amherst
0
1
Anna Maria
13 0
Assumption
0
2
Atlantic Union
4
1
Babson
5
6
Bard
1
0
Bates
2
2
Bowdoin
1
1
Bradford
3
0
Brandeis
0
3
Bridgewater State
5
7
Buffalo State
1
0
Centre
Central Connecticut
0
1
Clark
2
2
Clarkson
0
1
Colby
1
1
Coast Guard
0
6
Connecticut College
0
2
Daniel Webster
22 0
Eastern Connecticut
1
2
Eastern Nazarene
13 6
Emmanuel
1
6
Endicott
11 9
Fitchburg State
6
4
Fontbonne
0
1
Franklin Pierce
2
9
Gordon
7
6
Green Mountain
19 3
Hartwick
2
0
Hastings
0
1
Hawthorne
2
0
Hunter
1
0
Johnson & Wales
7
1
Keene State
9
6
Lasell
4
0
Lesley
1
0
Maine-Farmington
1
1
UMass-Dartmouth
5
0
MIT
0
1
Mass. Maritime
5
0
Mass Col. of Lib. Arts
Merch. Marine Acad.
1
1
Merrimack
0
2
Michigan-Dearborn
0
1
Middlebury
3
10
Minnesota-Morris
0
2
Montclair State
1
0
Moravian
0
2
First
Last
1986
1994
1992
1992
1995
2005
2000
2001
1991
1996
1986
2000
1986
1986
1982
2005
1992
2005
1981
1982
1999
2001
1994
2005
1999
1999
First Meeting
1982
1982
1982
2000
1998
1998
2000
2005
1993
2004
1986
1994
1981
2001
1997
2004
1995
2005
1992
2005
1992
2005
1982
1997
2005
2005
1981
2004
1999
2005
1982
2001
1998
1999
2005
2005
1981
1986
2005
2005
1999
2005
1981
2005
1992
2003
2004
2004
1982
1997
2002
2004
2005
2005
1995
1998
First Meeting
1993
1994
1986
1986
1998
1998
1994
2005
2003
2003
2001
2001
2003
2003
School
W L
Mount Holyoke
1
3
Mount Ida
1
0
Nathaniel Hawthorne 5
0
Nazareth
1
0
New Hampshire
1
4
Newbury
3
0
Univ. of New England 8
1
Notre Dame (Md.)
1
1
Plattsburgh State
3
0
Plymouth State
5
6
Regis
14 2
Rhode Island College 2
1
Rivier
19 2
Roger Williams
13 6
Russell Sage
2
0
Salve Regina
5
0
St. Anselm
2
10
St. Joseph’s (Maine)
5
2
St. Joseph’s (Conn.)
1
0
St. Joseph’s (Vt.)
3
0
St. Lawrence
1
0
St. Michael’s
3
2
Simmons
2
2
Skidmore
1
0
Smith
1
1
Southern Maine
3
1
Southern Wesleyan
S. New Hampshire
9
6
Springfield
0
5
Suffolk
2
0
SUNY-Albany
0
1
SUNY-Plattsburgh
1
0
SUNY-Potsdam
1
0
Tufts
1
3
UNE
8
1
Wellesley
0
1
Wentworth
17 0
Wesleyan
0
2
Maine-Westbrook
2
0
Western New England
4
1
Westfield State*
1
0
Wheaton
1
3
Williams
0
3
Worcester State
1
0
* includes one tie in 1982
2006 opponents in italics
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1999
2005
2005
1981
1982
1999
1999
1991
1993
2000
2004
1981
2005
2005
2005
1998
2005
1996
2005
1986
2005
1982
1999
1986
2005
1992
2005
1996
1998
2002
2005
1981
2003
1981
2005
1994
1994
1981
1986
1999
1999
1981
2002
1986
1994
1986
1986
2004
2005
1981
1997
First Meeting
1981
2004
1997
2005
2002
2003
1982
1982
1998
1998
1999
1999
1986
2005
1981
2005
1999
1999
1992
2005
2000
2003
1991
1992
1993
2003
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2005
C
olby-Sawyer College is located
in a spectacularly beautiful area
of New Hampshire, nestled in the
heart of the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee
region. The college is 90 minutes north
of Boston, Mass., one hour south of
the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and three and a half hours south
of Montreal, Quebec. The campus
has 29 buildings situated on 200 acres.
Colby-Sawyer College is home to 964
undergraduate students, representing
26 states and six foreign countries.
The ratio of female students to male
students is roughly two to one.
The college was founded in 1837, and
is accredited by the New England
Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), the Commission on
Accreditation of Athletic Training
Education (CAATE), the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
(CCNE), the New Hampshire Board
of Nursing and the State of New
Hampshire Board of Education.
Programs of Academic Study
Bachelor of Arts Degrees
• Studio Art
• Biology
• Communication Studies
• English
• History, Society and Culture
• Psychology
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degrees
• Studio Art
• Graphic Design
Bachelor of Science Degrees
• Business Administration
• Child Development
• Community & Environmental
Studies
• Exercise and Sport Sciences
- Athletic Training
- Exercise Science
- Sport Management
• Nursing
• Double majors are also available
All About Colby-Sawyer
Special Programs and Services
• Honors Program
• International Student Programs/
English as a Second Language
• Internships: 97% of the class of
2005 completed one or more
internships
• Learning and Tutorial Services
• Study Abroad
Teacher Certification
• Art Education (K-12)
• Early Childhood Education (K-3)
• English Language Arts Education
(5-12)
• Social Studies Education (5-12)
Minor Programs
S
tudents pursuing baccalaureate degrees who wish to have a
concentrated program of study in
Intercollegiate Athletics
addition to their major may pursue
olby-Sawyer College, whose
one of the minor programs offered by
athletic teams are known as the
Colby-Sawyer.
Chargers, is a member of National Collegiate Athletic Association
The following minors are offered:
(NCAA) Division III and the Eastern
• American Studies
College Athletic Conference (ECAC),
• English
and competes in most sports in the
• Art History
Commonwealth Coast Conference.
• History
Colby-Sawyer is also a member of the
• Studio Art
Intercollegiate Horse Show Associa • Information Management and
tion (IHSA) and the U.S. Collegiate Ski
Technology
and Snowboard Association (USCSA).
• Biology
• Philosophy
Colby-Sawyer has had a history of
• Business Administration
athletic excellence, with a number of
• Psychology
NCAA and ECAC Championships
• Child Development
appearances.
• Sociology
• Communication Studies
In 2005-06, 25 percent of all students
• Women’s Studies
at Colby-Sawyer competed intercol • Community and Environmental legiately on one of the college’s 16
Studies
varsity athletic programs.
• Writing for Publication
* Theatre
C
Academic Departments
• Business Administration
• Exercise and Sport Sciences
• Fine and Performing Arts
• Humanities
• Natural Sciences
• Nursing
• Social Sciences and Education
• Institute for Community and
Environment
14
Opponent
at WNEC Tourney
University of Minnesota, Morris
at Plymouth State
Rivier Regis * /at Roger Williams *
at Keene State
Endicott *
Salve Regina *
Eastern Nazerene *
Plattsburgh vs. Gordon * /at Wentworth *
Time
5:00 pm
11:00 am
6:00 pm
7:00 pm
1:00 pm
7:00 pm
11:00 am
3:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
1:00 pm
Date
10/6
10/9
10/11
10/14
10/20-21
10/25
10/27-28
10/31
11/2
11/4
Opponent
Middlebury - Family Weekend
Southern Wesleyan at Anna Maria College *
at MIT Quad
at Skidmore Tourney
U. of New England * - Senior Night
at Bridgewater Halloween Classic
CCC Quaterfinals
CCC Semifinals
CCC Finals
Time
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
6:00 pm
TBA
TBA
7:00 pm
4:00 pm
TBA
TBA
TBA
2006 Colby-Sawyer College
Volleyball Schedule
Date
9/1-2
9/4
9/12
9/14
9/16
9/19
9/23
9/23
9/26
9/27
9/30
Home matches in BOLD
* Indicates CCC Match