Complete Match Notes in PDF Format

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Complete Match Notes in PDF Format
Volleyball Contact: Tamara Metcalfe • 850.644.3920 • Fax: 850.644.3820 • [email protected] • www.seminoles.com
FSU Makes Stops At Georgia Tech, Clemson This Weekend
Fri., Sat., October 29,30 2004 • Home • 7:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
2004 Schedule
13-8 Overall • 4-4 ACC
10-4 Home • 1-4 Away • 2-0 Neutral • Streak: - W1
Date
Day
9.3
9.3
9.4
Fri.
Fri.
Sat.
FSU
Opp.
Opponent
Rank Rank
Florida State Invitational
Sam Houston State
NR
NR
Stetson
NR
NR
South Alabama
NR
NR
9.7
Tues.
at Alabama
9.10
9.10
9.11
Michigan/Pepsi Challenge (Ann Arbor, MI)
Fri.
vs. Oakland
NR
NR
W, 3-0
Sat.
vs. Eastern Michigan
NR
NR
W, 3-0
Sat.
at Michigan
NR
NR
L, 3-1
9.14
Tues.
Florida
9.17
9.18
9.19
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
9.19
9.23
9.24
10.1
10.2
10.8
10.9
10.12
10.15
10.17
10.20
10.22
10.29
10.30
11.2
11.5
11.7
11.12
11.13
Sun.
Thurs.
Fri.
Fri.
Sat.
Fri.
Sat.
Tues.
Fri.
Sun.
Wed.
Fri.
Fri.
Sat.
Tues.
Fri.
Sun.
Fri.
Sat.
NR
NR
NR
Time/
Result
W, 3-2
W, 3-0
W, 3-0
cancelled
No. 4
L, 3-1
FSU Classic
George Mason
NR
Troy
NR
Winthrop
NR
NR
NR
NR
L, 3-2
W, 3-0
W, 3-1
UC Santa Barbara
at Virginia Tech*
at Miami*
Duke*
Wake Forest*
at Maryland*
at Virginia*
UCF
North Carolina*
NC State*
Miami*
Virginia Tech*
at Georgia Tech*
at Clemson*
at South Florida
Virginia*
Maryland*
at NC State*
at North Carolina*
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
cancelled
L, 3-2
L, 3-0
L, 3-2
W, 3-0
W, 3-1
L, 3-1
W, 3-0
W, 3-1
W, 3-0
L, 3-2
W, 3-0
7:00 PM
6:00 PM
7:00 PM
7:00 PM
1:00 PM
7:00 PM
6:00 PM
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
NR
ACC Tournament (Charlottesville, Virginia)
November 18-21 TBA
TBA
Match times local to site and subject to change.
Rankings are from the USA Today/AVCA Top 25 Coaches Poll
* denotes ACC match
VS.
FLORIDA STATE NOTES (13-8, 5-5 ACC):
The Florida State volleyball team will start a three-match road swing
Friday at ACC-leader Georgia Tech (Friday, 7:00 p.m.) before stopping at Clemson (Sat., 6:00 p.m.) and South Florida (Tues., 7:00
p.m.)...At 5-5 in the conference, FSU is right in the thick of the ACC
race as four teams (Florida State, Clemson, Virginia Tech, Maryland) boast the exact record...Georgia Tech, Miami, North Carolina
and Virginia sit at the top of the league...The Tribe will return home
next weekened to plays its final two matches of the year at Tully
Gym...In their last outing on Fri., Oct. 22, the Seminoles swept Virginia Tech with ease, 3-0...Junior outside hitter Kristen Rust led the
offensive attack with 12 kills and sisters Amanda and Andreza Santos
combined for 12 of the Seminole’s 20 total blocks...Georgia Tech
remains the only unbeaten team in the ACC with a 10-0 ACC mark
and an overall record of 16-5...Clemson has an identical league
record as FSU (5-5) and it is 15-9 overall...Live stats are available for
the Tech match at www.seminoles.com....Andreza Santos returned
to the sidelines for the first time last week after missing three weeks
rehabbing from knee surgery (torn meniscus)...Offensively, FSU is
led by Kristen Rust and Amanda Santos who have 261 and 224 kills,
respectively...Santos also leads the Seminoles with a .382 hitting
percentage, good enough for second in the ACC, and 106 total
blocks...Jessica Skower is the team quarterback with 1,728 assists
and a 12.20 assists per game average...Skower is ranked No. 5 in the
ACC in assists...Freshman libero Summer Weissing paces the squad
with 259 digs (3.32 dpg)... Florida State excels in defense where it is
No. 1 in opponent hitting percentage after keeping teams to a low
.123 mark...Aisha Carr’s 360 total career blocks moves her into the
No. 10 all-time FSU slot and her 286 block assists are enough to put
her at No. 7 on the all-time individual career record chart.
Scouting the Opponents: Georgia Tech
The Jackets enter the match Friday owning a 16-5 overall and 10-0
ACC record...Georgia Tech owns first place in the ACC
race...Offensively, three players average over 3.00 kills a
game...Lynnette Moster (5.21), Lauren Sauer (4.52) and Jayme Gergen
(3.21)...Moster also has 32 service aces on the season...As a team,
Georgia Tech leads the ACC in hitting percentage (.292), kills (18.32),
and assists (16.92)...Gergen’s .393 hitting percentage is a ACC-best,
and setter Lindsey Laband paces the league in assists per game.
Scouting the Opponents: Clemson
The Tigers face the Seminoles Saturday evening and enter the match
with a 15-9 overall and 5-5 conference record...Leslie Finn averages
5.35 kills per game and leads her team and the ACC...The Tigers are
hitting .236 percent and holding teams to a .193 mark...On Tuesday,
Clemson defeated Georgia Southern, 3-0.
For the lastest information on Florida State Athletics,
including statistics, results, game notes, schedules, rosters
and athlete information, click onto:
2004 FSU Volleyball • www.seminoles.com • Game Notes Page 1
2004
Atlantic Coast Conference
2004 Preseason Poll
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Georgia Tech
Maryland
North Carolina
Wake Forest
Florida State
Clemson
7. Miami
8. Virginia
9. Duke
10.Virginia Tech
11.NC State
2004 Preseason
All-ACC T
eam
Team
Lori Ashton, Clemson
Marisa Aston, Georgia Tech
Leslie Finn, Clemson
Alexis Geocaris, Virginia
Aimee Huddleston, Maryland
Stephanie Istvan, Duke
Cassie McLaughlin, Florida State
Lynnette Moster, Georgia Tech
Molly Pyles, North Carolina
Tassy Rufai, Duke
Valerie Rydberg, Wake Forest
Lauren Sauer, Georgia Tech
Valeria Tipiana, Miami
Rachel Wagener, Maryland
2004 FSU Invitational
All-T
ournament T
eam
All-Tournament
Team
MVP: Amanda Santos, Florida State
Kristen Rust, Florida State
Summer Weissing, Florida State
2004 Michigan Challenge
All-T
ournament T
eam
All-Tournament
Team
Aisha Carr, Florida State
Amanda Santos, Florida State
2004 FSU Classic
ournament T
eam
All-Tournament
Team
All-T
Amanda Santos, Florida State
Jessica Skower, Florida State
2004 T
ournament
Tournament
Finishes:
FSU Invitational, first place
Michigan Challenge, runner-up
FSU Classic, first place
W-L
Georgia Tech
10-0
Miami
7-3
North Carolina 7-4
Duke
6-5
Virginia
5-5
Florida State
5-5
Clemson
5-5
Maryland
5-5
Virginia Tech
5-5
Wake Forest
1-9
NC State
0-10
ACC
Volleyball
Conference
Pct.
1.000
.700
.636
.545
.500
.500
.500
.500
.500
.100
.000
The Series
Florida State vs. Georgia Tech
Friday’s meeting will be the 29th time the
two schools have faced off since the 1990
season. Tech owns an all-time record of
22-6 record. The last time FSU walked
away victorious was on Oct. 28, 2001,
where the Seminoles won in five
games...Since then, the Jackets have defeated the Tribe six straight times . The
two teams met last on Nov. 21, 2003, and
Tech won, 3-1.
Florida State vs. Clemson
Friday’s meeting will be the 33rd time the
two schools have faced off since the 1981
season. Florida State owns an all-time
record of 19-13 record...Last season, FSU
went 1-1 in the series...On Oct. 17 the
Seminoles won in five games and lost in
four on Nov. 7, 2003.
Team Tri-Captains
This year’s team captains include seniors
Aisha Carr, Renee Hill, and Amanda
Santos.
Team News N’ Notes
•In the latest AVCA / RichKern.Com Regional rankings released this week, FSU
moved up one spot to No. 11 after defeating Virginia Tech last week. Georgia
Tech and North Carolina own the top two
spots.
• The Tribe owns an impressive 10-4
home record.
• In all its victories this year, Florida State
has won at least two matches consecutively. The Seminoles are riding a one
match win streak right now.
W-L
16-5
12-6
12-11
15-7
15-7
13-8
15-9
10-10
11-11
9-12
10-14
Standings
Overall
Streak
W14
W5
L1
L2
W2
W1
W1
W1
L3
L1
L11
Team Match Highs
Attack %
.481 ................................. vs. NC State
Kills
79 ............................. vs. Duke, UNC
Kills (3g)
62 ............................ vs. Wake Forest
Kills (4g)
69 ................................. vs. Maryland
Kills (5g)
79 ......................................... vs. UNC
Attempts
201 .............................................. at VT
Attempts (3g) 155 ........................................... vs. WF
Attempts (4g) 171 ..................................... vs. Florida
Attempts (5g) 201 .............................................. at VT
Assists
74 ........................................... vs.UNC
Assists (3g)
56 ............................................ vs. WF
Assists (4g)
74 ......................................... vs. UNC
Assists (5g)
70 .......................................... vs.Duke
Digs
87 ......................................... vs. UNC
Digs (3g)
68 ............................................ vs. WF
Digs (4g)
87 ......................................... vs. UNC
Digs (5g)
77 ......................... vs. George Mason
Aces
15 .......................................... vs. Troy
Blocks
16.0 ............................................. at VT
Individual Match Highs
Attack %
.647 ................. Amanda Santos (SA),
....................... Kristen Rust (STET).
Kills
29 ...................... Kristen Rust (UNC)
Kills (3g)
17 ......................... Kristen Rust (WF)
Kills (4g)
29 ...................... Kristen Rust (UNC)
Kills (5g)
18 .................... Amanda Santos (VT)
Attempts
54 ...................... Kristen Rust (UNC)
Attempts (3g) 39 ......................... Kristen Rust (WF)
Attempts (4g) 54 ...................... Kristen Rust (UNC)
Attempts (5g) 44 ..................... Kristen Rust (SHSU)
Points
32. ..................... Kristen Rust (UNC)
Points (3g)
18.5 ....................... Kristen Rust (WF)
Points (4g)
22.5 ............ Kristen Rust (Maryland)
Points (5g)
21.0 .................. Amanda Santos (VT)
Assists
66 ................... Jessica Skower (UNC)
Assists (3g)
50 ................... Jessica Skower (EMU)
Assists (4g)
66 ................... Jessica Skower (UNC)
Assists (5g)
57 .................. Jessica Skower (GMU)
Digs
23 ............ Summer Weissing (UNC)
Digs (3g)
19 ............... Summer Weissing (WF)
Digs (4g)
23 ............ Summer Weissing (UNC)
Digs (5g)
21 .......................... Kristen Rust (VT)
Aces
6 ............ Summer Weissing (GMU)
6 ..................... Amanda Santos (VT)
Blocks
10 .. Aisha Carr(twice) , Am. Santos
Statistical Rankings
ACC Team Rankings
Hitting % ............................................................... 5th
Assists/Game ....................................................... 8th
Blocks/Game ....................................................... 2nd
Win-Loss % ........................................................... 5th
Opponent Hitting % ............................................. 1st
Kills/Game ........................................................... 7th
Service Aces/Game ............................................. 5th
Digs/Game ......................................................... 10th
FSU’s Record When . . .
Overall ........................................... 13-8
Home .......................................... 10-4
Away ............................................ 1-4
Neutral ......................................... 2-0
Conference ..................................... 5-5
Home ............................................ 4-2
Away ............................................ 1-3
Non-conference ............................. 9-3
Vs. ranked opponents ................... 0-1
Vs. un-ranked opponents ........... 13-7
By Games ................................... 50-28
3-game matches ........................... 9-2
4-game matches ........................... 3-2
5-game mathces ........................... 1-4
Record When . . .
Leading 1-0 ................................ 11-4
Leading 2-0 ................................ 10-1
Trailing 0-1 .................................. 2-4
Trailing 0-2 .................................. 1-3
Leading 2-1 .................................. 3-2
Trailing 1-2 .................................. 1-4
Tied 1-1 ........................................ 2-3
Tied 2-2 ........................................ 1-4
By Kills . . .
Leading in kills ......................... 12-7
Trailing in kills ........................... 0-4
By Digs . . .
Leading in digs ......................... 11-4
Trailing in digs ........................... 0-3
Tied in digs .................................. 1-0
By Attack % . . .
Leading in attack % .................. 12-2
Trailing in attack % .................... 0-6
Tied in attack % ........................... 0-0
Hitting .300 or better ................... 5-0
Hitting .200 or better ................. 11-3
Hitting below .200 ...................... 0-5
Holding opponent below .200...11-6
Holding opponent below .100 ... 7-1
By Blocks . . .
Leading in blocks ...................... 10-5
Trailing in blocks ........................ 2-4
Tied in blocks .............................. 1-0
By Months . . .
In August ..................................... 0-0
In September ................................ 7-5
In October .................................... 6-3
In November ................................ 0-0
Longest Winning Streak ................... 5
Longest Losing Streak ...................... 3
Current Streak ................................ W1
Movin’ On Up
Senior middle blocker Aisha Carr registered enough blocks during the
last two matches to move her up on the program’s all-time career
record chart. Her 360 total blocks to date are enough to put her at
No. 10 and replace Susan Hawks from the 1995-98 seasons. Hawks
has 353. Carr needs eight more total blocks to pass Norisha Campbell
(1998-01) and 24 more to replace Maggie Philgence from the 1987-90
seasons. Philgence has 384. Furthermore, Carr ranks as high as No. 7
in career block assists with 286 to date. She needs 29 more to pass
Philgence who has 315, respectively.
Back To Her Roots
Sophomore outside hitter Nikki Anthony will have a homecoming of
sorts waiting for her in Pickens, S.C., Saturday night. Anthony, who
grew up in Pickens (home of Clemson University) will travel to familiar
territory for the second time in her career. Last season she found great
success against the Tigers where she recorded 15 kills both times the
Tribe faced Clemson.
What is Florida State’s Best Game?
Statistically speaking, FSU tends to do well in the first game where it is
15-6 this year. The second contest is a little closer, but the Seminoles
hold a slight 13-8 advantage. In the third go-around, the Tribe dominates 15-6. However, in games 4-5, the Seminoles struggle a bit. FSU is
5-5 in the fourth game and 1-4 in the fifth.
Santos, Carr, and Skower Stay Ranked In The Top 10 In the ACC
Middle blockers Amanda Santos and Aisha Carr and Jessica Skower
are the only three Seminoles ranked at the top of the ACC in certain
categories. Santos is second in hitting percentage (.382) and third in
blocks (1.36 bpg), Carr is 8th in blocks (1.24 bpg) and Skower is fifth in
assists per game after averaging 12.20 per game, respectively.
Seminole Sports Magazine Features Volleyball Players
The “Seminole Sports Magazine”, a half-hour television show which
highlights Florida State University’s 17 varsity athletic programs, will
feature various volleyball players in the next few weeks. Sisters
Amanda and Andreza Santos sat down for an interview with Alex
Mezquita in their home and talked about life in Brazil and what
it’s like playing together in America. The segment will air Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Kristen Rust will be followed by a camera and
print media crew next Friday in a segment called, “The Day In
The Life of Kristen Rust.” Air times will be announced at a later
date for Rust’s story. The show is hosted by Director of Athletics
Dave Hart, Jr., and airs weekly on Saturday mornings on Sunshine
Network during the academic year. The new season of Seminole
Sports Magazine started August 30th with 35 consecutive shows.
2004 Florida State Roster
No.
1
2
4
5
6
7
10
12
13
14
15
18
21
22
33
Name
Amanda Santos
Lauren Scott
Andreza Santos
Aisha Carr
Kim Crawford
Danielle MacDonald
Lauren Walker
Ashley Meyer
Sarah Griffin
Jessica Skower
Kristen Rust
Cassie McLaughlin
Summer Weissing
Nikki Anthony
Renee Hill
Yr.
Pos.
Ht.
Sr.
MB
6-0
Jr. MB/OPP 6-2
Jr.
LS
6-1
Sr.
MB
6-0
So. L/DS 5-7
Fr. MB/OPP 6-1
Fr. L/DS 5-7
Sr.
MB
6-1
So. LS/L 5-11
So.
S
6-1
Jr.
LS
6-2
So.
OPP
6-1
Fr.
LS/L 5-9
So.
LS
6-2
Sr. LS/OPP 6-1
Hometown/Last School
Minas Gerais, Brazil/Southern Idaho
Corona, CA/Barton CC
Minas Gerais, Brazil/Southern Idaho
Dallas, TX/Skyline
Ft. Myers, FL/Ft. Myers
Holly Hill, FL/Spruce Creek
Missouri City, TX/Elkins
Luling, LA/John Curtis
Hereford, TX/Hereford
Naples, FL/Naples
Cincinnati, OH/McAuley
Cary, IL/Cary-Grove
Boca Raton, Fla./Olympic Heights
Pickens, S.C./Pickens
Spring, Texas/Iowa
Head Coach: Todd Kress (Cincinnati, 1992)
Associate Head Coach: Rita Buck-Crockett (Iowa, 2002)
Assistant Coach: Kirstine Jenson (Ohio State, 1997)
2004 T
op 5 Hitting %
Top
2004 ACC Players of
the Week
Matches:
1. .481 vs. NC State (10/17)
2. .387 vs. SA (9/4)
2. .385 vs. Troy (9/18)
3. .367 vs. STET (9/3)
4. .259 vs. vs. Oakland (9/10)
S.1
S.13
S. 20
S.27
O.4
O.11
O.18
Games:
1. .533 - Gm 3 vs. SA (9/4)
2. .500 - Gm 2 vs. STET (9/3)
3. .444 - Gm 1 vs. STET (9-3)
4. .417 - Gm. 2 vs. VT (10-22)
4. .400 - Gm. 3 vs. Virginia (10-9)
5. .385- Gm 1 vs. FL (9/14)
O.25
Individual: (Minimum 12 Kills)
1. .647 - Amanda Santos vs. SA (12)
2. .647 - Kristen Rust vs. STET (12)
3. .571 - Aisha Carr vs. Miami (14)
3. .500 - Amanda Santos vs. GMU (18)
4. .455 - Nikki Anthony vs. Winthrop
(13)
5. .407 - Nikki Anthony vs. Maryland
(15)
Sarah Kirkwood, Virginia
Valerie Rydberg, Wake Forest
Carrie DeMange, Duke
Lynnette Moster, Georgia Tech
Lindsey Laband, Georgia Tech
Jayme Gergen, Georgia Tech
Kristen Rust, FSU
Lynette Moster, Georgia Tech
Valeria Tipiana, Miami
2004 Double-Doubles
Jessica Skower vs. Oakland 9/10
(34 Assists, 12 Digs)
Jessica Skower vs. No. 4 Florida 9/14
(42 Assists, 11 Digs)
Kristen Rust vs. No. 4 Florida 9/14
(12 Kills, 11 Digs)
Kristen Rust vs. George Mason 9/17
(15 Kills, 16 Digs)
Kristen Rust vs. Winthrop 9/19
(13 Kills, 14 Digs)
Kristen Rust vs. Duke 10/02
(16 Kills, 13 Digs)
Jessica Skower vs. Duke 10/02
(54 Assists, 12 Digs)
Jessica Skower vs. Maryland 10/04
(58 Assists, 12 Digs)
Kristen Rust vs.Maryland 10/04
(19 Kills, 15 Digs)
Kristen Rust vs. UNC 10/15
(29 Kills, 20 Digs)
Kristen Rust vs. Miami 10/20
(14 Kills, 15 Digs)
FSU-Miami Head-to-Head
FSU ................ Category ................... GT
78 ..................... Games ....................... 71
1181 .................. Kills .................... 1301
516 ............. Attack Errors .............. 437
2631 ........... Total Attacks ............ 2956
.229 ................ Attack % ...................292
15.14 ........... Kills/Game ............ 18.32
1081 ................ Assists ................. 1201
14.04 ......... Assists/Game .......... 16.92
130 .............. Service Aces ............... 101
213 .............Service Errors .............. 137
1.67 ............. Aces/Game ............... 1.42
91 ............ Reception Errors ..............47
1140 .................. Digs .................... 1246
14.62 ........... Digs/Game ............ 17.55
67 ..................Block Solo ....................54
334 .............. Block Assist ............... 267
234.0 ........... Total Blocks ............ 187.5
3.00 ............ Blocks/Game ..............2.64
58 ................ Block Errors .................. 66
Todd Kress vs. The Conferences
@ Florida State
ACC ................................................ 23-24
Atlantic Sun ...................................... 6-0
Big 10 ................................................. 1-1
Big 12 ................................................. 0-1
Big East .............................................. 1-1
Big West ............................................. 0-1
C-USA ................................................ 2-2
IVY League ........................................ 1-0
Mid-American ................................... 2-0
Mid-Continent .................................. 2-0
MEAC ................................................ 1-0
Missouri Valley ................................ 0-1
Ohio Valley ....................................... 1-0
Pac 10 ................................................. 1-0
SEC ..................................................... 1-4
Southland .......................................... 1-0
Sun Belt .............................................. 4-0
Western Athletic ............................... 1-0
West Coast ......................................... 0-2
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Kress vs. Opponents At Florida State
Alabama ............................................................. 0-1
Arkansas State .................................................. 1-0
Brown ................................................................. 1-0
Clemson ............................................................. 2-3
Duke ................................................................... 1-4
Eastern Kentucky ............................................ 1-0
Eastern Michigan ............................................. 1-0
Florida ................................................................ 0-1
NCAA T
ournament Appearances: 1
Tournament
Florida A&M .................................................... 1-0
ACC T
ournament Record: 3-2
Tournament
Florida At1antic ............................................... 1-0
20-Win Seasons: 1
Florida International ....................................... 1-0
George Mason .................................................. 0-1
Georgia .............................................................. 0-1
Todd Kress, one of the most talented young coaches in the nation, enters his third season as
Georgia Tech ..................................................... 0-6
head coach of the Florida State volleyball program. Kress was hired to coach the Seminoles on
Houston ............................................................. 1-0
February 14, 2002. Prior to his arrival in Tallahassee, Kress spent seven years coaching at
Illinois State ...................................................... 0-1
Fairfield University and Northern Illinois University, where he led three teams to the NCAA
IUPUI ................................................................ 1-0
Tournament and compiled a record of 152-75.
Jacksonville ....................................................... 2-0
Kansas State ...................................................... 0-1
In 2003, FSU compiled a record of 16-17 after the Seminoles battled injuries and were faced
Louisiana Lafayette ......................................... 1-0
with many newcomers to the roster. Despite the inexperience, Florida State advanced to the
LSU ..................................................................... 1-0
second round of the ACC Tournament and faced a Top 5 Georgia Tech program. The Seminoles Louisiana Tech .................................................. 1-0
Marshall ............................................................. 1-0
finished fourth in the ACC in blocks while junior transfer Amanda Santos ranked third in the
conference averaging 1.32 blocks per game. Freshman Cassie McLaughlin earned ACC and East Maryland ............................................................ 3-2
Miami ................................................................. 1-3
Region Rookie of the Year Honors after leading the Seminoles, and placing fourth in the ACC,
Michigan ............................................................ 1-1
with 44 service aces. McLaughlin also led the team with 360 kills and 875 total attacks.
NC State ............................................................ 6-0
North Carolina ................................................. 4-2
During his first season in 2002, with the experience of four seniors, Kress led the Seminoles to an Oakland (MI) .................................................... 1-0
overall record of 21-13, an ACC record of 10-6, a trip to the ACC Tournament Championship
Oregon ................................................................ 1-0
match and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. This marked the first time since 1998 that a
Pepperdine ........................................................ 0-1
Florida State team advanced to the national tournament.
Sam Houston State ......................................... 1-0
South Alabama ................................................. 1-0
South Florida .................................................... 1-2
Before arriving to Florida State, Kress spent three years at Northern Illinois, where he led the
Huskies to a 58-30 record. In his last season at Northern Illinois, Kress guided the Huskies to an St. Mary’s (CA) ................................................. 0-1
Stetson ............................................................... 1-0
overall record of 24-6, a 15-3 regular season record in the Mid-American Conference, the MAC
Troy ..................................................................... 1-0
tournament championship and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. In the 2001 season, Kress’
UCF .................................................................... 2-0
Huskies won 21 of their final 23 matches and stormed through the MAC Tournament as they
UC Irvine ........................................................... 0-1
won all three matches by a score of 3-0. At the completion of the season, Kress was named the
UC Santa Barbara ............................................ 0-0
2001 MAC Coach of the Year.
Virginia .............................................................. 3-2
Virginia Tech ..................................................... 1-1
In 1995, Kress began his collegiate head-coaching career when he accepted the position at
Wake Forest ...................................................... 3-2
Fairfield. Before Kress’ arrival at Fairfield, the Stags had not posted a winning season in seven
Winthrop ........................................................... 1-0
Total ................................................... 37-30
years. During his four-year stint at the helm of the program, Kress boasted a record of 94-45
Todd Kress
Head Coach
Third Season
At FSU 50-38
Career Record 202-112 (.648)
and became the school’s winningest volleyball coach. In his final two years, he guided his team
to a 60-12 record and two NCAA Tournament appearances. In his final season at Fairfield in
1998, Kress led his team to the school’s first ever national ranking, a 35-2 record, which included
a 27-game winning streak, a 14-0 mark at home and an impressive victory over national
powerhouse Notre Dame. The Stags won their third straight regular-season MAAC championship and second consecutive tournament championship. With a winning percentage of 94.6,
Fairfield was ranked third nationally behind national champion Long Beach State and national
runner-up Penn State. Following the season, Kress was named AVCA/District II Coach of the
Year and MAAC Coach of the Year.
Kress vs. Ranked Opponents
Top 5 ................................................................... 0-3
Top 10 ................................................................ 0-3
Top 15 ................................................................ 2-2
Top 20 ................................................................ 0-1
Top 25 ................................................................ 0-1
Total ....................................................... 2-9
vs. #3 ................................................................. 0-1
vs. #4 ................................................................. 0-2
vs. #6 ................................................................. 0-1
vs. #7 ................................................................. 0-1
After earning an Associate of Arts degree in Communications from Edison State College in Ohio vs. #8 ................................................................. 0-1
vs. #11 ............................................................... 1-0
in June of 1988, Kress earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in broadcasting from Cincinnati in
vs. #12 ............................................................... 1-1
June of 1992.
vs. #15 ............................................................... 0-1
vs. #20 ............................................................... 0-1
Kress, a native of Sidney, Ohio, married the former Dani (DON-ee) Peterson in May of 1998.
vs. #24 ............................................................... 0-1
It was at Cincinnati that Kress began his coaching career. While completing his undergraduate
education, he was a four-year starter for the Bearcats’ club squad and served as head coach for
two Junior Olympic programs and as an assistant for the Seton High School junior varsity.
Also very passionate about volleyball, Dani was an assistant coach to Kress at Northern Illinois
during the 2000-2001 season. The couple has two sons, Trevor (3) and Trajan. Trajan was born
on November 25, 2003.
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2004 Match-by-Match
Date
Opponent
Score K
E
TA
Pct.
A
SA
SE
RE DIG BS BA BE Total BHE
9/3
Sam Houston State
at Florida State
W, 3-2 68
29
151
.258
66
9
13
12
55
2
20
2
12.0
1
9/3
Stetson
at Florida State
W, 3-0 47
14
90
.367
39
3
7
1
41
1
24
1
13.0
1
9/4
South Alabama
at Florida State
W, 3-0 51
15
93
.387
48
8
10
3
42
4
12
1
10.0
3
9/7
at Alabama
Florida State
9/10
vs. Oakland (MI)
Florida State
W, 3-0 45
17
108
.259
41
8
9
3
54
5
12
3
17.0
1
9/11
vs. Eastern Michigan W, 3-0 56
Florida State
20
142
.254
50
2
7
2
65
1
14
8
15.0
0
9/11
at Michigan
Florida State
L, 3-0 34
31
110
.027
34
3
6
3
38
4
8
5
12.0
0
9/14
No. 4 Florida
at Florida State
L, 3-1 49
34
171
.088
45
2
17
5
64
3
12
4
16.0
5
9/17
George Mason
at Florida State
L, 3-2 67
37
184
.163
60
8
15
9
77
4
16
5
21.0
1
9/17
Troy
at Florida State
W, 3-0 52
15
96
.385
42
15
11
4
38
0
8
1
8.0
1
9/18
Winthrop
at Florida State
W, 3-1 59
26
162
.204
53
5
8
4
68
2
20
3
22.0
1
9/19
UC Santa Barbara cancelled
at Florida State
9/23
at Virginia Tech
Florida State
L, 3-2 58
40
201
.090
53
8
15
3
71
5
22
1
27.0
3
9/24
at Miami
Florida State
L, 3-0 45
16
120
.242
45
1
6
6
38
3
18
5
21.0
1
10/1
Duke
at Florida State
L, 3-2 79
35
189
.233
70
3
11
6
67
8
13
3
21.0
8
10/2
Wake Forest
at Florida State
W, 3-0 62
24
155
.245
56
3
6
4
68
1
12
0
13.0
0
10/8
at Maryland
Florida State
W, 3-1 69
31
159
.239
65
5
15
2
67
3
16
2
19.0
5
10/9
at Virginia
Florida State
L, 3-1 59
29
137
.219
57
1
6
7
44
2
24
4
26.0
3
10/12 UCF
at Florida State
W, 3-0 43
14
93
.312
40
6
10
5
39
2
20
3
22.0
2
10/15 North Carolina
at Florida State
W, 3-1 79
28
193
.264
74
8
10
3
87
4
10
3
9.0
4
ppd.
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2004 Match-by-Match
Date
Opponent
Score K
E
TA
Pct.
A
SA
SE
RE DIG BS BA BE Total BHE
10/17 NC State
at Florida State
W, 3-0 48
11
77
.481
45
13
6
5
26
3
10
0
8.0
2
10/20 Miami
at Florida State
L, 3-2 65
34
161
.193
61
7
15
4
45
7
26
3
20.0
3
10/22 Virginia Tech
at Florida State
W, 3-0 46
16
107
.280
37
12
10
0
46
3
17
1
11.5
1
1181 516 2899 .229 1081 130 213 91 1140 67 334 58 234.0
938 581 2894 .123 889 91 152 130 1014 41 280 34 181.0
46
48
10/29 at Georgia Tech
Florida State
10/30 at Clemson
Florida State
11/2
at South Florida
Florida State
11/5
Virginia
at Florida State
11/7
Maryland
at Florida State
11/12 at NC State
Florida State
11/13 at North Carolina
Florida State
FLORIDA STATE
Opponents
2004 FSU Volleyball • www.seminoles.com • Game Notes Page 8
2004 Florida State Volleyball
Florida State Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 25, 2004)
All matches
RECORD:
ALL MATCHES.........
CONFERENCE..........
NON-CONFERENCE......
OVERALL
(13-8 )
( 5-5 )
( 8-3 )
HOME
(10-4 )
( 4-2 )
( 6-2 )
AWAY
( 1-4 )
( 1-3 )
( 0-1 )
NEUTRAL
( 2-0 )
( 0-0 )
( 2-0 )
|---------ATTACK----------| |--SET---| |----SERVE----|
|--DIG---| |------BLOCKING-------|
## STATS SUMMARY
G
K
K/G
E
TA
Pct
A
A/G
SA
SE SA/G RE DIG
D/G BS BA Total
B/G BE BHE Points
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------15 Kristen Rust
71 261 3.68 120 645
.219
15 0.21
25
39 0.35 14 177 2.49
9 30
39 0.55
5
2 310.0
1 Amanda Santos
78 224 2.87
58 434
.382
9 0.12
21
17 0.27
2
73 0.94 21 85
106 1.36 12
2 308.5
5 Aisha Carr
74 172 2.32
59 352
.321
6 0.08
0
10 0.00
2
38 0.51 15 77
92 1.24 16
1 225.5
22 Nikki Anthony
70 157 2.24
83 426
.174
5 0.07
2
2 0.03
2
68 0.97
7 27
34 0.49
3
0 179.5
18 Cassie McLaughlin
57 115 2.02
63 290
.179
25 0.44
16
39 0.28
9
97 1.70
0 20
20 0.35
7
5 141.0
33 Renee Hill
77
72 0.94
40 213
.150
62 0.81
3
21 0.04
9 141 1.83
1 14
15 0.19
3
5
83.0
14 Jessica Skower
75
65 0.87
22 173
.249 915 12.20
17
31 0.23
1 122 1.63
7 44
51 0.68
8 31 111.0
13 Sarah Griffin
73
29 0.40
32 132 -.023
18 0.25
17
22 0.23 12 133 1.82
0
4
4 0.05
1
0
48.0
2 Lauren Scott
19
29 1.53
14
70
.214
0 0.00
0
0 0.00
0
3 0.16
2 12
14 0.74
2
0
37.0
4 Andreza Santos
14
28 2.00
12
81
.198
4 0.29
1
0 0.07
1
8 0.57
3 13
16 1.14
1
0
38.5
7 Danielle MacDonald
16
20 1.25
10
58
.172
6 0.38
3
1 0.19
0
12 0.75
1
8
9 0.56
0
0
28.0
12 Ashley Meyer
4
6 1.50
1
15
.333
0 0.00
0
0 0.00
0
0 0.00
1
0
1 0.25
0
0
7.0
21 Summer Weissing
78
3 0.04
0
8
.375
16 0.21
25
29 0.32 14 259 3.32
0
0
0 0.00
0
0
28.0
6 Kim Crawford
4
0 0.00
0
0
.000
0 0.00
0
1 0.00
1
6 1.50
0
0
0 0.00
0
0
0.0
10 Lauren Walker
2
0 0.00
0
0
.000
0 0.00
0
0 0.00
0
2 1.00
0
0
0 0.00
0
0
0.0
TEAM
24
FLORIDA STATE....... 78 1181 15.14 516 2899
.229 1081 13.86 130 213 1.67 91 1140 14.62 67 334 234.0 3.00 58 46 1545.0
Opponents........... 78 938 12.03 581 2894
.123 889 11.40
91 152 1.17 130 1014 13.00 41 280 181.0 2.32 34 48 1210.0
TEAM STATISTICS
FS
OPP
-------------------------------------ATTACK..............
Kills.............
1181
938
Errors............
516
581
Total Attacks.....
2899
2894
Attack Pct........
.229
.123
Kills/Game........
15.1
12.0
SET.................
Assists...........
1081
889
Attempts..........
2446
2464
Assist Pct........
.442
.361
Assists/Game......
13.9
11.4
SERVE...............
Aces..............
130
91
Errors............
213
152
Attempts..........
1988
1760
Serve Pct.........
.893
.914
Aces/Game.........
1.7
1.2
SERVE RECEPTIONS....
Errors............
91
130
Errors/Game.......
1.2
1.7
Attempts..........
1578
1762
Reception Pct.....
.942
.926
DEFENSE.............
Digs..............
1140
1014
Digs/Game.........
14.6
13.0
BLOCKING............
Block Solo........
67
41
Block Assist......
334
280
Total Blocks......
234.0
181.0
Blocks Per Game...
3.0
2.3
Block Errors......
58
34
BALL HANDLING ERRORS
46
48
ATTENDANCE..........
Total.............
8357
3328
Dates/Avg Per Date
14/597
5/666
Neutral site #/Avg
2/316
Current win streak
1
Home win streak...
1
-
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
DATE
---------Sep 03
Sep 03
Sep 04
Sep 10
Sep 11
Sep 11
Sep 14
Sep 17
Sep 18
Sep 19
Sep 23
Sep 24
Oct 02
Oct 02
Oct 08
Oct 09
Oct 12
Oct 15
Oct 17
Oct 20
Oct 22
vs
vs
at
at
at
at
at
OPPONENT
---------------------SAM HOUSTON STATE
STET
SOUTH ALABAMA
Oakland
EMU
Michigan
#4 FLORIDA
GEORGE MASON
TROY
WINTHROP
Virginia Tech
Miami
DU
WF
Maryland
Virginia
UCF
NC
NC STATE
MIAMI
VIRGINIA TECH
W/L
--W
W
W
W
W
L
L
L
W
W
L
L
L
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
W
SCORE
----3-2
3-0
3-0
3-0
3-0
0-3
1-3
2-3
3-0
3-1
2-3
0-3
2-3
3-0
3-1
1-3
3-0
3-1
3-0
2-3
3-0
SCORE-BY-GAME
ATTEND
----------------------------- -----25-30,24-30,30-25,30-18,15-12
184
30-14,30-11,30-13
358
30-17,30-22,30-13
551
30-17,30-21,30-19
102
30-22,30-28,33-31
531
25-30,22-30,21-30
1458
30-27,16-30,23-30,18-30
1004
27-30,32-30,30-28,23-30,13-15
678
30-20,30-13,30-18
113
30-23,27-30,30-24,30-19
211
30-23,30-27,29-31,29-31,9-15
426
28-30,29-31,24-30
788
37-35,27-30,30-23,26-30,13-15
1172
30-20,41-39,30-26
859
26-30,30-19,30-25,30-28
423
26-30,22-30,30-27,26-30
233
30-12,30-25,30-21
428
30-27,30-25,27-30,30-28
1215
30-7,30-23,30-23
619
30-19,21-30,24-30,30-27,10-15
473
30-17,30-14,30-19
492
2004 Florida State Volleyball
Florida State Overall Team Statistics (as of Oct 25, 2004)
All matches
Overall record: 13-8
Conf: 5-5
Home: 10-4
Away: 1-4
Neutral: 2-0
TEAM STATISTICS
FS
OPP
-------------------------------------------------------ATTACK........................
Kills.......................
1181
938
Errors......................
516
581
Total Attacks...............
2899
2894
Attack Pct..................
.229
.123
Kills/Game..................
15.1
12.0
SET...........................
Assists.....................
1081
889
Attempts....................
2446
2464
Assist Pct..................
.442
.361
Assists/Game................
13.9
11.4
SERVE.........................
Aces........................
130
91
Errors......................
213
152
Attempts....................
1988
1760
Serve Pct...................
.893
.914
Aces/Game...................
1.7
1.2
SERVE RECEPTIONS..............
Errors......................
91
130
Errors/Game.................
1.2
1.7
Attempts....................
1578
1762
Reception Pct...............
.942
.926
DEFENSE.......................
Digs........................
1140
1014
Digs/Game...................
14.6
13.0
BLOCKING......................
Block Solo..................
67
41
Block Assist................
334
280
Total Blocks................
234.0
181.0
Blocks Per Game.............
3.0
2.3
Block Errors................
58
34
BALL HANDLING ERRORS..........
46
48
ATTENDANCE....................
Total.......................
8357
3328
Dates/Avg Per Date..........
14/597
5/666
Neutral site #/Avg..........
2/316
Current win streak..........
1
Home win streak.............
1
MATCH WINS BY #GAMES
1
2
3
4
5
Total
----------------------------------------------------Florida State.......
0
0
9
3
1 13
Opponents...........
0
0
2
2
4 8
GAMES WON BY GAME
1
2
3
4
5
Total
----------------------------------------------------Florida State.......
15
13
15
5
1 49
Opponents...........
6
8
6
5
4 29
POINTS BY GAME
1
2
3
4
5
Total
----------------------------------------------------Florida State....... 614 591 601 272
60 - 2138
Opponents........... 480 538 516 271
72 - 1877
2004 Florida State Volleyball
Florida State Category Leaders (as of Oct 25, 2004)
All matches
## ATTACK (by ##)
G
K K/Game
E
TA
Pct
-------------------------------------------------------1 Amanda Santos
78 224
2.87
58 434
.382
2 Lauren Scott
19
29
1.53
14
70
.214
4 Andreza Santos
14
28
2.00
12
81
.198
5 Aisha Carr
74 172
2.32
59 352
.321
7 Danielle MacDonald
16
20
1.25
10
58
.172
12 Ashley Meyer
4
6
1.50
1
15
.333
13 Sarah Griffin
73
29
0.40
32 132 -.023
14 Jessica Skower
75
65
0.87
22 173
.249
15 Kristen Rust
71 261
3.68 120 645
.219
18 Cassie McLaughlin
57 115
2.02
63 290
.179
21 Summer Weissing
78
3
0.04
0
8
.375
22 Nikki Anthony
70 157
2.24
83 426
.174
33 Renee Hill
77
72
0.94
40 213
.150
TM TEAM
78
0
0.00
2
2 -1.000
FLORIDA STATE....... 78 1181 15.14 516 2899
.229
Opponents........... 78 938 12.03 581 2894
.123
## KILL (by K/Game)
G
K K/Game
---------------------------------------15 Kristen Rust
71 261
3.68
1 Amanda Santos
78 224
2.87
5 Aisha Carr
74 172
2.32
22 Nikki Anthony
70 157
2.24
18 Cassie McLaughlin
57 115
2.02
4 Andreza Santos
14
28
2.00
2 Lauren Scott
19
29
1.53
12 Ashley Meyer
4
6
1.50
7 Danielle MacDonald
16
20
1.25
33 Renee Hill
77
72
0.94
14 Jessica Skower
75
65
0.87
13 Sarah Griffin
73
29
0.40
21 Summer Weissing
78
3
0.04
TM TEAM
78
0
0.00
FLORIDA STATE....... 78 1181 15.14
Opponents........... 78 938 12.03
## SET (by A/Game)
G
A A/Game
TA
Pct
--------------------------------------------------14 Jessica Skower
75 915 12.20 1728
.530
33 Renee Hill
77
62
0.81 151
.411
18 Cassie McLaughlin
57
25
0.44 106
.236
7 Danielle MacDonald
16
6
0.38
31
.194
4 Andreza Santos
14
4
0.29
10
.400
13 Sarah Griffin
73
18
0.25
65
.277
15 Kristen Rust
71
15
0.21
86
.174
21 Summer Weissing
78
16
0.21 124
.129
1 Amanda Santos
78
9
0.12
61
.148
5 Aisha Carr
74
6
0.08
36
.167
22 Nikki Anthony
70
5
0.07
38
.132
6 Kim Crawford
4
0
0.00
5
.000
2 Lauren Scott
19
0
0.00
3
.000
TM TEAM
78
0
0.00
1
.000
10 Lauren Walker
2
0
0.00
1
.000
FLORIDA STATE....... 78 1081 13.86 2446
.442
Opponents........... 78 889 11.40 2464
.361
## SERVE (by ##)
G
SA
SE
TA
Pct
SA/G
-------------------------------------------------------1 Amanda Santos
78
21
17 228
.925
0.27
4 Andreza Santos
14
1
0
7 1.000
0.07
5 Aisha Carr
74
0
10 109
.908
0.00
6 Kim Crawford
4
0
1
8
.875
0.00
7 Danielle MacDonald
16
3
1
34
.971
0.19
13 Sarah Griffin
73
17
22 256
.914
0.23
14 Jessica Skower
75
17
31 322
.904
0.23
15 Kristen Rust
71
25
39 266
.853
0.35
18 Cassie McLaughlin
57
16
39 171
.772
0.28
21 Summer Weissing
78
25
29 353
.918
0.32
22 Nikki Anthony
70
2
2
38
.947
0.03
33 Renee Hill
77
3
21 195
.892
0.04
TM TEAM
78
0
1
1
.000
0.00
FLORIDA STATE....... 78 130 213 1988
.893
1.67
Opponents........... 78
91 152 1760
.914
1.17
## BLOCK (by B/Game)
G
BS
BA Total B/Game
BE
------------------------------------------------------1 Amanda Santos
78
21
85 106.0
1.36
12
5 Aisha Carr
74
15
77 92.0
1.24
16
4 Andreza Santos
14
3
13 16.0
1.14
1
2 Lauren Scott
19
2
12 14.0
0.74
2
14 Jessica Skower
75
7
44 51.0
0.68
8
7 Danielle MacDonald
16
1
8
9.0
0.56
0
15 Kristen Rust
71
9
30 39.0
0.55
5
22 Nikki Anthony
70
7
27 34.0
0.49
3
18 Cassie McLaughlin
57
0
20 20.0
0.35
7
12 Ashley Meyer
4
1
0
1.0
0.25
0
33 Renee Hill
77
1
14 15.0
0.19
3
13 Sarah Griffin
73
0
4
4.0
0.05
1
21 Summer Weissing
78
0
0
0.0
0.00
0
FLORIDA STATE....... 78
67 334 234.0
3.00
58
Opponents........... 78
41 280 181.0
2.32
34
## POINTS (by Pts/Gm)
G Points Pts/G
-----------------------------------------15 Kristen Rust
71 310.0
4.37
1 Amanda Santos
78 308.5
3.95
5 Aisha Carr
74 225.5
3.04
4 Andreza Santos
14
38.5
2.71
22 Nikki Anthony
70 179.5
2.56
18 Cassie McLaughlin
57 141.0
2.47
2 Lauren Scott
19
37.0
1.95
12 Ashley Meyer
4
7.0
1.75
7 Danielle MacDonald
16
28.0
1.75
14 Jessica Skower
75 111.0
1.48
33 Renee Hill
77
83.0
1.08
13 Sarah Griffin
73
48.0
0.66
21 Summer Weissing
78
28.0
0.36
TM TEAM
78
0.0
0.00
FLORIDA STATE....... 78 1545.0 19.81
Opponents........... 78 1210.0 15.51
## DEFENSE (by Dig/Gm)
G DIG Dig/G BHE
-------------------------------------------21 Summer Weissing
78 259
3.32
0
15 Kristen Rust
71 177
2.49
2
33 Renee Hill
77 141
1.83
5
13 Sarah Griffin
73 133
1.82
0
18 Cassie McLaughlin
57
97
1.70
5
14 Jessica Skower
75 122
1.63
31
6 Kim Crawford
4
6
1.50
0
10 Lauren Walker
2
2
1.00
0
22 Nikki Anthony
70
68
0.97
0
1 Amanda Santos
78
73
0.94
2
7 Danielle MacDonald
16
12
0.75
0
4 Andreza Santos
14
8
0.57
0
5 Aisha Carr
74
38
0.51
1
2 Lauren Scott
19
3
0.16
0
TM TEAM
78
1
0.01
0
12 Ashley Meyer
4
0
0.00
0
FLORIDA STATE....... 78 1140 14.62
46
Opponents........... 78 1014 13.00
48
## RECEPT (by RE/Game)
G
RE RE/Gm
TA
Pct
--------------------------------------------------TM TEAM
78
24
0.31 289
.917
6 Kim Crawford
4
1
0.25
7
.857
15 Kristen Rust
71
14
0.20 302
.954
21 Summer Weissing
78
14
0.18 332
.958
13 Sarah Griffin
73
12
0.16 148
.919
18 Cassie McLaughlin
57
9
0.16 124
.927
33 Renee Hill
77
9
0.12 225
.960
4 Andreza Santos
14
1
0.07
17
.941
22 Nikki Anthony
70
2
0.03
38
.947
5 Aisha Carr
74
2
0.03
32
.938
1 Amanda Santos
78
2
0.03
39
.949
14 Jessica Skower
75
1
0.01
1
.000
7 Danielle MacDonald
16
0
0.00
19 1.000
2 Lauren Scott
19
0
0.00
1 1.000
12 Ashley Meyer
4
0
0.00
1 1.000
10 Lauren Walker
2
0
0.00
3 1.000
FLORIDA STATE....... 78
91
1.17 1578
.942
Opponents...........
78
130
1.67 1762
.926
2004 Florida State Volleyball
Florida State Match Results (as of Oct 25, 2004)
All matches
Overall
Conference
Date
Opponent
Score
Score-by-game
Record
Record
Time
Attend
----
--------
-----
-------------
--------
--------
----
------
Sep 03, 2004
SAM HOUSTON STATE
W 3-2
25-30,24-30,30-25,30-18,15-12
1-0
0-0
2:09
184
Sep 03, 2004
STET
W 3-0
30-14,30-11,30-13
2-0
0-0
1:12
358
Sep 04, 2004
SOUTH ALABAMA
W 3-0
30-17,30-22,30-13
3-0
0-0
1:18
551
102
Sep 10, 2004
vs Oakland
W 3-0
30-17,30-21,30-19
4-0
0-0
1:12
Sep 11, 2004
vs EMU
W 3-0
30-22,30-28,33-31
5-0
0-0
1:38
531
Sep 11, 2004
at Michigan
0-3 L
25-30,22-30,21-30
5-1
0-0
1:32
1458
Sep 14, 2004
#4 FLORIDA
1-3 L
30-27,16-30,23-30,18-30
5-2
0-0
2:03
1004
Sep 17, 2004
GEORGE MASON
2-3 L
27-30,32-30,30-28,23-30,13-15
5-3
0-0
2:23
678
Sep 18, 2004
TROY
W 3-0
30-20,30-13,30-18
6-3
0-0
1:09
113
Sep 19, 2004
WINTHROP
W 3-1
30-23,27-30,30-24,30-19
7-3
0-0
1:06
211
426
* Sep 23, 2004
at Virginia Tech
2-3 L
30-23,30-27,29-31,29-31,9-15
7-4
0-1
2:20
* Sep 24, 2004
at Miami
0-3 L
28-30,29-31,24-30
7-5
0-2
1:40 pm
* Oct 02, 2004
DU
2-3 L
37-35,27-30,30-23,26-30,13-15
7-6
0-3
2:35
1172
W 3-0
30-20,41-39,30-26
8-6
1-3
2:47
859
W 3-1
26-30,30-19,30-25,30-28
9-6
2-3
2:09
423
26-30,22-30,30-27,26-30
9-7
2-4
1:57
233
* Oct 02, 2004
WF
* Oct 08, 2004
at Maryland
* Oct 09, 2004
at Virginia
Oct 12, 2004
1-3 L
788
UCF
W 3-0
30-12,30-25,30-21
10-7
2-4
1:22
428
* Oct 15, 2004
NC
W 3-1
30-27,30-25,27-30,30-28
11-7
3-4
2:04
1215
* Oct 17, 2004
NC STATE
W 3-0
30-7,30-23,30-23
12-7
4-4
1:14
619
* Oct 20, 2004
MIAMI
30-19,21-30,24-30,30-27,10-15
12-8
4-5
2:08
473
* Oct 22, 2004
VIRGINIA TECH
30-17,30-14,30-19
13-8
5-5
1:15
492
2-3 L
W 3-0
TEAM RECORD
W-L
ATTEND
Dates
----------
---
------
----- ------- -------
Overall: 13-8
Total Average
Total:
21
12318
587
5-5
Home:
14
8357
597
Home: 10-4
Away:
5
3328
666
Neutral:
2
633
316
Conference:
Away:
1-4
Neutral:
2-0
3 games:
9-2
4 games:
3-2
5 games:
1-4
Volleyball Box Score
2004 Florida State Volleyball
Miami vs Florida State (Oct 20, 2004 at Tallahassee, Fla.)
Miami
|
ATTACK
|SET| SERVE |SRV|DEF| BLOCK |GEN
## Name
GP| K
E TA
PCT| A| SA SE| RE|DIG|BS BA BE|BHE|POINTS
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4 Francheska Savage... 5| 8
8 20 .000| 2| 0
0| 0| 1| 1 6 0| 0| 12.0
5 Ciara Michel........ 4| 2
3
8 -.125| 0| 0
0| 0| 0| 1 2 0| 0|
4.0
7 Ashley Youngs....... 3| 0
3
9 -.333| 0| 0
1| 1| 5| 0 1 0| 0|
0.5
10 Valeria Tipiana..... 5| 23
8 41 .366| 4| 1
1| 1| 11| 0 2 1| 0| 25.0
15 Karla Johnson....... 5| 16
5 39 .282| 0| 0
1| 0| 3| 0 0 0| 0| 16.0
57 Jill Robinson....... 5| 5
1
9 .444| 51| 0
1| 0| 7| 0 4 1| 2|
7.0
14 Ann Gallo........... 4| 1
0
1 1.000| 0| 0
0| 0| 5| 0 0 0| 0|
1.0
17 Jamie Grass......... 5| 0
0
0 .000| 3| 1
0| 0| 16| 0 0 0| 0|
1.0
21 Kaitlin Kozak....... 5| 0
0
0 .000| 0| 0
0| 1| 3| 0 0 0| 0|
0.0
25 Elizabeth Tyson..... 5| 8
6 27 .074| 0| 2
1| 1| 4| 0 1 1| 1| 10.5
TEAM................
|
|
|
| 3|
|
|
|
0.0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Totals.............. 5| 63 34 154 .188| 60| 4
5| 7| 55| 2 16 3| 3| 77.0
TEAM
Game
1
2
3
4
5
ATTACK
K E
14 10
15 5
9 9
17 8
8 2
PER
TA
39
30
25
43
17
GAME
Pct
.103
.333
.000
.209
.353
TOTAL TEAM BLOCKS: 10.0
GAME SCORES
1 2 3 4 5
Miami............... (3) 19 30 30 27 15
Florida State....... (2) 30 21 24 30 10
TEAM RECORDS
11-6, 6-3 ACC
12-8, 4-5 ACC
Florida State
|
ATTACK
|SET| SERVE |SRV|DEF| BLOCK |GEN
## Name
GP| K
E TA
PCT| A| SA SE| RE|DIG|BS BA BE|BHE|POINTS
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Amanda Santos....... 5| 14
7 31 .226| 1| 2
3| 0| 4| 4 6 1| 0| 23.0
5 Aisha Carr.......... 5| 14
2 21 .571| 0| 0
0| 0| 0| 3 7 0| 0| 20.5
13 Sarah Griffin....... 5| 0
2
9 -.222| 0| 0
0| 1| 9| 0 0 1| 0|
0.0
14 Jessica Skower...... 5| 6
2 12 .333| 54| 1
1| 0| 3| 0 7 0| 2| 10.5
15 Kristen Rust........ 5| 14 11 36 .083| 1| 1
4| 2| 15| 0 2 0| 0| 16.0
33 Renee Hill.......... 5| 1
0
3 .333| 2| 0
1| 0| 3| 0 0 0| 0|
1.0
2 Lauren Scott........ 2| 3
0
4 .750| 0| 0
0| 0| 0| 0 0 0| 0|
3.0
18 Cassie McLaughlin... 5| 8
5 24 .125| 0| 3
3| 0| 1| 0 1 1| 1| 11.5
21 Summer Weissing..... 5| 0
0
0 .000| 2| 0
3| 0| 8| 0 0 0| 0|
0.0
22 Nikki Anthony....... 5| 5
5 21 .000| 1| 0
0| 0| 2| 0 3 0| 0|
6.5
TEAM................
|
|
|
| 1|
|
|
|
0.0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Totals.............. 5| 65 34 161 .193| 61| 7 15| 4| 45| 7 26 3| 3| 92.0
TEAM
Game
1
2
3
4
5
ATTACK
K E
13 4
11 7
13 14
20 7
8 2
PER GAME
TA
Pct
27 .333
36 .111
39 -.026
41 .317
18 .333
TOTAL TEAM BLOCKS: 20.0
Site: Tallahassee, Fla. (Lucy McDaniel Court)
Date: Oct 20, 2004
Attend: 473
Time: 2:08
Referees: Michael Hertz, James Phillips
ID-259805
Volleyball Box Score
2004 Florida State Volleyball
Virginia Tech vs Florida State (Oct 22, 2004 at Tallahassee, Fla.)
Virginia Tech
|
ATTACK
|SET| SERVE |SRV|DEF| BLOCK |GEN
## Name
GP| K
E TA
PCT| A| SA SE| RE|DIG|BS BA BE|BHE|POINTS
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Katie Esbrook....... 3| 8
7 22 .045| 1| 0
0| 1| 2| 0 2 0| 0|
9.0
2 Kaitlin McPeak...... 3| 0
0
2 .000| 0| 0
0| 1| 5| 0 0 0| 0|
0.0
3 Melissa Markowski... 3| 1
2
4 -.250| 18| 0
0| 0| 4| 0 1 0| 0|
1.5
9 Rachel Dulla........ 3| 0
0
0 .000| 0| 0
0| 0| 2| 0 0 0| 0|
0.0
14 Annie Spicer........ 3| 2
7 23 -.217| 1| 0
2| 3| 13| 0 2 0| 0|
3.0
15 Allie Kupec......... 3| 2
5 16 -.188| 0| 0
0| 0| 1| 1 3 0| 0|
4.5
5 Erin Brugger........ 1| 0
0
1 .000| 0| 0
0| 1| 1| 0 1 0| 0|
0.5
6 Jen Albrecht........ 3| 3
3
9 .000| 0| 0
0| 0| 0| 1 1 0| 0|
4.5
7 Amanda Cloyd........ 3| 1
0
1 1.000| 0| 0
0| 4| 8| 0 0 0| 0|
1.0
8 Colette Ramirez..... 3| 4
5 26 -.038| 0| 0
0| 0| 3| 2 0 1| 0|
6.0
TEAM................
|
|
|
| 2|
|
|
|
0.0
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Totals.............. 3| 21 29 104 -.077| 20| 0
2| 12| 39| 4 10 1| 0| 30.0
TEAM ATTACK PER GAME
Game K E TA
Pct
1
6 9 32 -.094
2
7 9 28 -.071
3
8 11 44 -.068
TOTAL TEAM BLOCKS: 9.0
GAME SCORES
1 2 3
Virginia Tech....... (0) 17 14 19
Florida State....... (3) 30 30 30
TEAM RECORDS
11-10, 5-4 ACC
13-8, 5-5 ACC
Florida State
|
ATTACK
|SET| SERVE |SRV|DEF| BLOCK |GEN
## Name
GP| K
E TA
PCT| A| SA SE| RE|DIG|BS BA BE|BHE|POINTS
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Amanda Santos....... 3| 10
3 18 .389| 1| 6
2| 0| 6| 0 6 0| 0| 19.0
5 Aisha Carr.......... 2| 4
3
9 .111| 0| 0
0| 0| 0| 0 2 0| 0|
5.0
13 Sarah Griffin....... 3| 1
1
2 .000| 0| 3
1| 0| 10| 0 0 0| 0|
4.0
14 Jessica Skower...... 3| 5
1 12 .333| 28| 0
1| 0| 5| 1 1 1| 0|
6.5
15 Kristen Rust........ 3| 12
2 24 .417| 2| 2
3| 0| 6| 0 1 0| 1| 14.5
33 Renee Hill.......... 3| 0
0
1 .000| 2| 0
2| 0| 8| 0 0 0| 0|
0.0
4 Andreza Santos...... 3| 5
2 14 .214| 2| 0
0| 0| 0| 0 6 0| 0|
8.0
12 Ashley Meyer........ 2| 1
1
8 .000| 0| 0
0| 0| 0| 1 0 0| 0|
2.0
21 Summer Weissing..... 3| 0
0
0 .000| 2| 1
1| 0| 10| 0 0 0| 0|
1.0
22 Nikki Anthony....... 3| 8
3 19 .263| 0| 0
0| 0| 1| 1 1 0| 0|
9.5
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Totals.............. 3| 46 16 107 .280| 37| 12 10| 0| 46| 3 17 1| 1| 69.5
TEAM
Game
1
2
3
ATTACK
K E
17 5
13 3
16 8
PER
TA
35
24
48
GAME
Pct
.343
.417
.167
TOTAL TEAM BLOCKS: 11.5
Site: Tallahassee, Fla. (Lucy McDaniel Court)
Date: Oct 22, 2004
Attend: 492
Time: 1:15
Referees: Donna Carter, Guy Wainio-Oato
ID-257042

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