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California Golden Bears women's volleyball

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California Golden Bears
California Golden Bears logo.svg
UniversityUniversity of California, Berkeley
Head coachSam Crosson (1st season)
ConferencePac-12
LocationBerkeley, CA
Home arenaHaas Pavilion (Capacity: 11,877)
ColorsBlue and Gold[1]
         
AIAW/NCAA Tournament runner-up
2010
AIAW/NCAA Tournament semifinal
2007, 2010
AIAW/NCAA Tournament appearance
1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1989, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Conference regular season champion
1982, 2010

The California Golden Bears volleyball team is the intercollegiate women's volleyball team of the University of California, Berkeley. The team plays its home games at Haas Pavilion, which was built on top of the old Harmon Gymnasium using money donated in part by the owners of Levi-Strauss.[2] The arena was originally known as Men's Gymnasium and then later Harmon Gymnasium until the late 1990s when it went through massive renovations which displaced the team for two seasons. The California volleyball program has seen great success in recent years reaching the final four in 2007, winning the Pac-10 championship in 2010, and finishing as the runner up in the NCAA tournament in 2010. The current head coach is Sam Crosson, who began his tenure in 2019.

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History

The women's volleyball team faces off against Southern California in November 2008.
The women's volleyball team faces off against Southern California in November 2008.

Cal volleyball is coached by Rich Feller. In 2010, he was named the AVCA National Coach of the Year as Cal finished as NCAA runners-up.

Cal completed its most successful season in 2010, as they won the Pac-10 title for the first time in school history and advanced to the 2010 NCAA Championship final, where they fell to Penn State. Senior setter Carli Lloyd was named the 2010 AVCA National Player of the Year and Feller was named the National Coach of the Year.

In 2007, Cal reached the final four for the first time in school history before falling to eventual national champion Penn State in the semifinals. Not only did they reach the final four, in their run they were able to defeat defending champion and #2 seed Nebraska, who were the favorites to repeat as champions, in the regional final round, in a sweep (3-0).

In 2007, Senior outside hitter Angie Pressey, the daughter of NBA player Paul Pressey, garnered AVCA First Team All-American honors, and was the only Cal player in history to be named to the Pac-10 All-Conference team all four years. Hana Cutura was named the 2007 regional MVP for her helping Cal reach the final four.

California Club Volleyball

While the University of California department of athletics sponsors a varsity women's volleyball program, the school does not sponsor a men's volleyball program at the NCAA/varsity level. Because of this, California only competes in intercollegiate men's volleyball at the club level. Along with the men's club volleyball program, there is also a women's club team as well separate from the women's varsity team. According to the UC Berkeley Recreational Sports page, the club men's volleyball program has won a total of six national championships.[3] Occasionally, members of the club volleyball team will help the women's varsity volleyball team with practices and open scrimmages.[4][5]

Season-by-season results

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Chris Stanley (NCIAC/NorCal/NorPac) (1975–1983)
1975 Chris Stanley 6–8 4th (NCIAC)
1976 Chris Stanley 7–8 4th (NCIAC)
1977 Chris Stanley 18–8 8–4 3rd (NorCal)
1978 Chris Stanley 17–18 7–5 4th (NorCal)
1979 Chris Stanley 18–8 8–4 2nd (NorCal)
1980 Chris Stanley 19–16 6–6 4th (NorCal)
1981 Chris Stanley 20–21 7–5 3rd (NorCal) 1–3 (AIAW)
1982 Chris Stanley 28–12 12–2 1st (NorPac) 1–1 (NCAA Second Round)
1983 Chris Stanley 22–20 7–2 3rd (NorPac) 1–1 (NCAA Second Round)
Chris Stanley: 155–119 (.566) 55–28 (.663)
Marlene Piper (NorPac/Pac-10) (1984–1987)
1984 Marlene Piper 13–23 5–7 3rd (NorPac)
1985* Marlene Piper 12–31* 7–5* 3rd (NorPac)
1986 Marlene Piper 18–21 7–11 7th (Pac-10)
1987 Marlene Piper 18–15 11–7 T–4th (Pac-10) 0–1 (NCAA First Round)
Marlene Piper: 61–90 (.404) 30–30 (.500)
Dave DeGroot (Pac-10) (1988–1994)
1988 Dave DeGroot 19–15 7–11 7th (Pac-10) 0–1 (NCAA First Round)
1989 Dave DeGroot 19–13 8–10 T-6th (Pac-10) 1–1 (NCAA Second Round)
1990 Dave DeGroot 8–21 3–15 10th (Pac-10)
1991 Dave DeGroot 15–15 9–9 5th (Pac-10) 3–1 (NIVC)
1992 Dave DeGroot 11–16 6–12 7th (Pac-10)
1993 Dave DeGroot 13–16 5–13 8th (Pac-10)
1994 Dave DeGroot 5–23 2–16 9th (Pac-10)
Dave DeGroot: 90–119 (.431) 11–47 (.190)
Sue Woodstra (Pac-10) (1995–1998)
1995 Sue Woodstra 13–15 5–13 9th (Pac-10)
1996 Sue Woodstra 8–20 3–15 9th (Pac-10)
1997 Sue Woodstra 8–19 3–15 9th (Pac-10)
1998 Sue Woodstra 3–9 0–4
Sue Woodstra: 32–63 (.337) 11–47 (.190)
Lee Maes (Pac-10) (1998–1998)
1998 Lee Maes 4–13 3–11 T–8th (Pac-10)
Lee Maes: 4–13 (.235) 3–11 (.214)
Rich Feller (Pac-10/Pac-12) (1999–2016)
1999 Rich Feller 13–15 7–11 T–6th (Pac-10)
2000 Rich Feller 13–15 6–12 T–7th (Pac-10)
2001 Rich Feller 10–18 3–15 9th (Pac-10)
2002 Rich Feller 20–12 7–11 8th (Pac-10) 1–1 (NCAA Second Round)
2003 Rich Feller 25–7 12–6 T–3rd (Pac-10) 2–1 (NCAA Sweet Sixteen)
2004 Rich Feller 17–12 11–7 T–4th (Pac-10) 1–1 (NCAA Second Round)
2005 Rich Feller 19–11 10–8 T–5th (Pac-10) 1–1 (NCAA Second Round)
2006 Rich Feller 22–10 9–9 5th (Pac-10) 2–1 (NCAA Second Round)
2007 Rich Feller 26–8 12–6 4th (Pac-10) 4–1 (NCAA Final Four)
2008 Rich Feller 26–7 13–5 3rd (Pac-10) 3–1 (NCAA Elite Eight)
2009 Rich Feller 21–11 11–7 4th (Pac-10) 3–1 (NCAA Elite Eight)
2010 Rich Feller 30–4 15–3 T-1st (Pac-10) 5–1 (NCAA Runners Up)
2011 Rich Feller 26–7 16–6 3rd (Pac-12) 0–1 (NCAA First Round)
2012 Rich Feller 15–16 9–11 T–6th (Pac-12) 0–1 (NCAA First Round)
2013 Rich Feller 18-13 10-10 T-5th (Pac-12) 1-1 (NCAA Second Round)
2014 Rich Feller 10-20 2-18 11th (Pac-12)
2015 Rich Feller 9-22 3-17 12th (Pac-12)
2016 Rich Feller 9-21 3-17 12th (Pac-12)


Rich Feller: 318-176 (.649) 152–126(.547)
Matt McShane (Pac-12) (2017–2017)
2017 Matt McShane 13-18 4-16 11th (Pac-12)


Matt McShane: 13-18 (.419) 4-16 (.200)
Jennifer Dorr (interim) (Pac-12) (2018–2018)
2018 Jennifer Dorr (interim) 15-16 7-13 10th (Pac-12)


Jennifer Dorr ( interim): 15-16 (.484) 7-13 (.350)
Sam Crosson (Pac-12) (2019–present)
Total: 625–557 (.529)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

*Includes 11 forfeits due to ineligible player.

Source: 2011 Golden Bears Record Book 2013 Golden Bears Record Book

Coaches

Head Coach Years Win-Loss Pct.
Chris Stanley 1975–1983 155–119 .566
Marlene Piper 1984–1987 61–90 .404
Dave DeGroot 1988–1994 90–119 .431
Sue Woodstra 1995–1998 32–63 .337
Lee Maes (Interim) 1998 4–13 .235
Rich Feller 1999–2016 268–137 .662
Matt McShane 2017 15-18 .419
Jennifer Dorr (interim) 2018 15-16 .484
Sam Crosson 2019-

Roster

Current Roster

No. Name Position Height Year
1 Kat Knop Libero/Defensive Specialist 5-8 R-JR
2 Darian Clark Outside Hitter 5-11 SO
3 Mima Mirkovic Outside Hitter 5-11 JR
4 Maddie Haynes Outside Hitter 6-4 SR
7 Gabby Bellizi Defensive Specialist 5-6 SO
8 Deniz Milli Outside Hitter 6-0 FR
9 Emma Smith Libero/Defensive Specialist 5-8 SR
10 Preslie Anderson Middle Blocker 6-2 JR
11 Lauren Forte Middle Blocker 6-3 R-SO
13 Morgan Wright Defensive Specialist 5-7 SR
14 Jade Blevins Setter 5-10 SO
15 Bella Bergmark Middle Blocker 6-2 SO
16 Savannah Rennie Middle Blocker 6-2 R-SR
17 Isabel Potter Setter 5-9 JR
20 Bailee Huizenga Outside Hitter/Opposite 6-1 SR
22 Jessica Houghton Defensive Specialist 5-8 SO
23 Makana Meyer Outside Hitter 6-1 SO
24 Sydney Lilomaiava Outside Hitter/Opposite 6-3 FR

Source:

Postseason

The California Golden Bearsa have an NCAA Division I Tournament record of 26–17 through seventeen appearances.[6]

Year Round Opponent Result
1982 First Round
Regional Semifinals
Pepperdine
San Diego State
W 3–0
L 1–3
1983 First Round
Regional Semifinals
Oregon State
Pacific
W 3–2
L 0–3
1987 First Round UCLA L 1–3
1988 First Round UCLA L 0–3
1989 First Round
Regional Semifinals
Florida State
Texas
W 3–1
L 0–3
2002 First Round
Second Round
Santa Clara
UC Santa Barbara
W 3–1
L 0–3
2003 First Round
Second Round
Regional Semifinals
Saint Mary's
Michigan
Georgia Tech
W 3–0
W 3–0
L 1–3
2004 First Round
Second Round
Pacific
Saint Mary's
W 3–2
L 2–3
2005 First Round
Second Round
Valparaiso
Wisconsin
W 3–0
L 0–3
2006 First Round
Second Round
Regional Semifinals
LSU
Cal Poly
Stanford
W 3–0
W 3–1
L 0–3
2007 First Round
Second Round
Regional Semifinals
Regional Finals
Semifinals
Liberty
Duke
Iowa State
Nebraska
Penn State
W 3–1
W 3–1
W 3–0
W 3–0
L 0–3
2008 First Round
Second Round
Regional Semifinals
Regional Finals
Siena
New Mexico State
Illinois
Penn State
W 3–0
W 3–1
W 3–0
L 0–3
2009 First Round
Second Round
Regional Semifinals
Regional Finals
Lipscomb
Ohio State
Baylor
Penn State
W 3–0
W 3–1
W 3–0
L 0–3
2010 First Round
Second Round
Regional Semifinals
Regional Finals
Semifinals
National Championship
Utah State
North Carolina
Minnesota
Washington
USC
Penn State
W 3–0
W 3–0
W 3–0
W 3–0
W 3–0
L 0–3
2011 First Round North Carolina L 2–3
2012 First Round North Carolina L 1–3
2013 First Round
Second Round
North Carolina
Wisconsin
W 3–0
L 0–3

See also

References

  1. ^ Cal Brand Guidelines (PDF). June 1, 2017. Retrieved August 23, 2017.
  2. ^ California Golden Bears
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-06-09. Retrieved 2014-08-23.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ http://www.calclubvball.com/
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-05-22. Retrieved 2012-02-06.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^ "Division I Women's Volleyball Championship Records Book" (PDF). National Collegiate Athletic Association. Retrieved 6 August 2018.
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