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Rodopoulos, Alexe
Holman, Tang
Weber, John David
Hill, Kahill
Carter, Ricchard**
McCann, Kyle
Yamini, Bashir
Dwight, Tim***
Barton, Ryan
Shay, Zach
Baker, Jason
Brown, Mikkel
Bowen, Matt
Hall, Shane
Stahulak, Jamie
Slattery, Joe
Sherman, Matt***
Reiners, Randy
Wise, L.J.
Hansen, Ryan
Cooks, Kerry***
Hauser, Kory
Tiessen, Trent
Mullen, Scott
Hintz, Kurt
Gibson, Damon**
Kramer, Jeff
Stockdale, Matt
Thigpen, Eric
McLaughlin, Greg
Banks, Tavian***
Atkins, Plez***
Willock, Richard**
Gibson, Ed**
Kyarsgaard, Kit
Rickards, Robbertto
House, Jason***
Miller, Doug
Meyer, Roger
Then, Rob"
Clark, Jeff
Lange, J.P.
Honore, Carlos
Bolers, Trevor**
O'Hare, Cody
Hughes, Matt**
Bromert, Zach**
Dolezal, Mike
Moten, Paul
Buch, Jeff
Peterson, Tariq
Straikopoulos, Tony
Clark, Raj
Pollio, Henry
Betts, Ladell
Palmer, Bart
Loftin, Ryan*
McCracken, Jeff
Pospisil, Scott
Tecklenburg, Aaron
English, Steve
Simon, Jason
Senters, Travis
Phearse, Brandon
LaFleur, Jon***
Rollins Vernon**
Rigtrup, Keith
Kerkhoff, Jared
Yoder, Scott
Trierweiler, Jason
Wilder. John
Bickford, Jay
Rose, Derek*
Nelson, Josh
Bern, ory
Deal, Chad
McKinney, Jeremy
Pryor, Shalor
Craun, Justin
Indestad, Jason
Epenesa, Epenesa
Burr, Josh
Sturgill, Paul
Cunningham, Alonzo
Keat, Brian
Trappe, Christoph
Reischl, Matt**
Walsworth, Joel
Brann, Billy
Goff, Mike***
Knipper, Chris**
Dull Jed*
Trippeer, Kyle
Markway, Matt
Burger, Michael* *
Wheatley, Austin
Kasper, Kevin
Collins, Tony
McCormick, Ryan
Klein, Aron**
Sobieski, Ben
Miller, Skip
De'ies, Jared
Wardell, Evan
Smith, Alex
Brown, Corey
Woods, LeVar
Saidat, Ed
Herron Anthony

Pos. Hgt.
WR 6-3
DB 6-0
WR 6-1
W R 6-3
WR 60
QB 6-5
WR 6-4
WR 59
DB 6-1
DB 6-0
P/PK 6-1
DB 5-10
DB 6-3
DB 6-0
DB 6-1
DB 6-0
QB 6-3
QB 6-3
DB 510
DB 6-2
DB 60
QB 6-5
DB 5-11
QB 66
PK 6-3
W R 5-9
DE 6-3
DB 5-11
DB 6-1
PK 5-10
RB 511
DB 60
WR 6-2
DB 5-10
P 6-0
DB 60
DE 6-3
R B 5-11
LB 6-3
RB 6-0
RB 5-11
DB 6-1
RB 511
FB 6-1
LB/DE 6-4
LB 6-3
PK 5-10
LB 6-3
DE 6-4
DB 6-1
DE 6-3
LB 6-1
LB 6-2
FB 6-2
RB 5-11
DE 6-2
DE 6-4
LB 6-2
OL 6-4
LB 6-3
DL 6-2
01 63
LB 6-3
LB 6-4
DL 6-3
LB 6-3
OL 6-5
OL 66
LB 6-2
OL 6-2
OL 6-2
OL 6-4
OL 6-4
DE 6-1
DL 6-3
OL 6-5
OL 6-5
01 64
OL 6-6
DL 6-5
DL 6-3
0L 67
01 6-10
01 6-4
DL 6-2
01 6-5
01 6-5
01 66
01 6-4
01 66
0L 6-5
TE 6-3
TE 6-5
TE 6-4
FB 6-3
TE/P 65
WR 61
WR 60
TE 63
DL 6-4
DL 66
DE 64
DL 64
DL 64
TE 65
DL 62
DE 63
DL. 67
DL 65

Wgt.
200
180
190
185
185
180
180
185
170
185
182
175
190
180
185
180
210
200
175
195
200
215
180
190
210
180
235
183
195
190
195
180
195
180
205
180
235
190
235
230
210
180
180
240
200
241
175
225
220
200
230
225
245
230
200
220
235
220
250
235
265
270
225
240
280
242
300
275
235
265
265
265
275
240
285
285
295
280
285
245
265
285
310
260
255
285
290
280
280
290
275
235
240
240
235
245
190
175
245
280
285
240
265
250
235
270
225
265
255

Elig. Hometown
So. Blue Springs, Mo.
So. Randolph, N.J.
Fr. Creston, Iowa
Fr. Iowa City
Sr. Passaic, NJ.
Fr. Creston, Iowa
So. Dolton, ll.
Sr. Iowa City
Fr. Newton, Iowa
Jr. Galesburg, 1Il.
Fr. Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Fr. Glen Rock, N.J.
So. Glen Ellyn, HI.
Fr. Burnsville, Minn.
Fr. Chicago Ridge, Ill.
So. Pocahontas, Iowa
Sr. St. Ansgar, Iowa
So. Ft. Dodge, Iowa
So. Bellefontaine, Ohio
Fr. Iowa City
Sr. Irving, Texas
Jr. New Berlin, Wis.
Jr. Council Bluffs, Iowa
Fr. Lansing, Il.
So. Antioch, Ill.
Sr. Houston
Jr. Weatherford, Texas
Fr. Iowa Falls, Iowa
Jr. Dolton, 111.
Fr. Waterloo, Iowa
Sr. Bettendorf, Iowa
Sr. Barlett, Texas
Sr. Chicago
Sr. Davenport, Iowa
Fr. Sterling, Il.
Fr. Mt. Laurel, N.J.
Sr. Iowa City
So. Mt. Pleasant, Iowa
Fr. Rock Rapids, Iowa
So. Iowa City, Iowa
Jr. Lisbon, Iowa
Sr. Hartland, Wis.
Fr. Iowa City
Jr. Edmonton, Alberta
Fr. Waverly, Iowa
Jr. Eastland, Texas
Jr. Pensacola, Fla.
Fr. Mahtomedi, Minn.
So. DeSoto, Texas
Fr. LaVerne, Iowa
So. Kempner, Texas
Sr. Montreal
So. Baytown, Texas
Fr. Montvale N.J.
Fr. Blue Springs, Mo.
So. Lexington, Ky.
So. Waukee, Iowa
Fr. Springfield Mo.
Fr. Mt. Vernon, Iowa
Fr. Marshalltown, Iowa
Jr. Mt. Pleasant, Iowa
Jr. Aplington, Iowa
So. Iowa Falls, Iowa
So. Garland, Texas
Sr. Jefferson, S.D.
Jr. Hackensack, N.J.
Sr. Farmington, Utah
Jr. Manning, Iowa
Sr. Grundy Center, Iowa
Jr. Royal, Iowa
Jr. Sioux City, Iowa
So. Hyde Park, N.Y.
Jr. Naperville, Ill.
Fr. Mediapolis, Iowa
Fr. Spencer, Iowa
So. Council Bluffs, Iowa
Sr. Brighton, Co.
So. Stephenville, Texas
Fr. Weatherford, Texas
Fr. Burlington, Iowa
Sr. American Samoa
So. Lancaster, Wis.
Fr. Tipton
Fr. Iowa City
Fr. Carroll, Iowa
Fr. Iowa City
Jr. Greendale, Wis.
So. Dowagiac
Fr. Blue Springs, Mo.
Sr. Peru, Ill.
Jr. Dyersville, Iowa
So. LeMars, Iowa
Fr. Las Cruces, N.M.
Fr. St. Louis
Jr. Harlan, Iowa
So. Milan, Il.
Fr. Burr Ridge, Ill.
So. Davenport, Iowa
So. Mt. Pleasant. Iowa
Jr. Appleton, Wis.
Fr. Mahtomedi, Minn.
Fr. Lawton, Iowa
Jr. Aplington. Iowa
So. Houston
Fr. Riverside, Il.
so, Houston
Fr. Inwood Iowa
So. Alsip Il.
Fr. Bolingbrook, Ill.
* indicates varsity letters won

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By Josh Klelnbaum
Daily Sports Witer
t could have been a lot worse.
When Michigan volleyball player
Karen Chase felt numbness in the
outside of her leg just more than a
month ago, she didn't know what was
wrong. But she was worried.
Actually, she had an idea what was
wrong; she thought it was a nerve prob-
lem. And she knew nerve problems
could be serious.
The problem was traced to a bulging
disc in her back, an injury that would be
bad enough on its own. To make matters
worse, the disc was pinching a nerve,
causing the numbness in her leg. -
And that led to a month of frustrations
for the Orinda, Calif. native.
It started with the uncertainty. It esca-
lated with the treatment. It culminated
with the loss of her starting spot.

Outside hitter Karen Chase has the n

"Berkeley-esque" attitude.
"That's a really good adjective," Chase
said. "In some ways, I am a little
Berkeley-esque. I have a real laid-back
attitude, and I don't take things very
seriously."
This laid-back attitude that she adopt-
ed from her home town, a suburb of
Berkeley, Calif., helped her cope with
the past month and the frustration that
came with it.
Chase worked overtime this summer
to become a better volleyball player.
She did everything in the team's sum-
mer training plan and then some.
"I worked a lot this summer on get-
ting in physical shape to play this year,"
Chase said. "I felt I was in much better
shape this year than I've been."
Chase focused on cardiovascular
work. She started out her typical routine
with a 10 to 20 minute warm-up run,
moved on to sprints and then closed out
with jumps. That routine, coupled with
grass and sand doubles volleyball and
some more running, left her in the best
playing shape of her life.
After her workout, Chase would take
a shower and head to the local video
store, where she worked.
But four months of hard work is noth-
ing compared to a month of inactivity.
"It was disappointing to lose that
preparation," Chase said.
Chase has seen very little action since
returning from her injury. She made a
cameo appearance on Oct. I against
Northwestern, where she came in for
one play to block for Linnea Mendoza
and didn't touch the ball. Then she
watched from the sideline as 2,000-plus
fans cheered the Wolverines past then-
No. 16 Michigan State on Oct. 3.
"It's pretty hard to sit on the sideline
and watch your team," Chase said, "but
it's a lot easier when their playing well.
Even when you're sitting on the side-

lines, you're participating with 1
team."
What's been more difficult ft
has been the team's road trips. I
was serious enough that she to I
her from travelling with the teal
tried to occupy her time, finally
ing a football game and doing s
drills the team doesn't do in pra
But one thing was always in the
her mind.
"I'd look at my watch and thi
they're playing now,"' Chase sa
couldn't do anything. It's much
ficult to not be there."
Chase returned to the lineup
Friday against No. 10 Wisconsi
play miserably. She played in or
recorded one kill and mustered
percentage of only minus-.600,
Badgers swept the Wolverines.
But last Saturday, the real Ka
Chase showed up.
The junior exploded, recordii
kills with only two errors to lea
Wolverines past No. 25 Illinois.
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"It was a couple of weeks before she
knew what was wrong with her back,"
Michigan coach Greg Giovanazzi said.
"That was frustrating and confusing for
her. She's never had a serious injury
before."
The treatment was bad in that there
was no treatment. Chase just had to wait
while the bulging disc subsided. There
was no medication she could take, and
no rehabilitation program to keep her
occupied.
And all along, the junior sat on the
sidelines and watched her role of starting
outside hitter, which she had owned a
year ago, being taken away. Last season,
she started from the outset. Now there is
a four-person rotation to share the two
outside hitter spots.
And through it all, Chase has not
complained and has remained positive.
Giovanazzi attributes this to her

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