1999 DePauw Volleyball Archive
Lake named to all-South Region team
Senior Middle hitter Allison Lake is one of 12 players to earn Division III All-South Region honors from the American Volleyball Coaches Association.Lake was ranked among the nation's leaders in hitting percentage throughout the season. Here is the complete listing of all-region selections.
Four Tigers named to all-SCAC teams
Sophomore outside hitter Janie Hodgkinson and junior outside hitter Betsy Corbitt earned all-SCAC first team honors in voting by conference coaches. Senior middle hitter Allison Lake was a second team choice and junior setter Kim Miller was named to the third team.
Tigers fall to Trinity in SCAC title match
The Tigers opened SCAC play with a 15-8, 15-8, 15-8 win over Centre and a 6-15, 15-10, 15-6, 15-9 victory against Southwestern before falling to Trinity 8-15, 2-15, 14-16 in the title match. The Tigers finished the season with a 31-10 record.
DePauw finishes fourth at Calvin Midwest Invitational
The Tigers earned a spot in the semifinals of the Calvin College Midwest Invitational with a pair of 3-0 wins on Friday, but dropped both matches on Saturday to finish fourth. In the semifinals the Tigers lost to Calvin in three games and then in the consolation match lost to Hope 3-1. Kim Miller was named to the all-tournament team.
Tigers close home portion of schedule with 3-1 win over Spalding
The Tigers improved to 26-8 on the season with a 3-1 win over visiting Spalding. Betsy Corbitt led the Tigers with 17 kills, while Sara Grunden and Laura Farrell each had 16 digs. MATCH STATS
DePauw falls to ninth-ranked Mount St. Joseph in five games
The Tigers jumped out to a 2-0 lead before dropping the final three to visiting and ninth-ranked Mount St. Joseph. Janie Hodgkinson recorded 31 digs and 31 kills in the loss. MATCH STATISTICS
Tigers win four of five at SCAC cross-divisional to earn number two seed for November's SCAC Championships
DePauw defeated Rhodes 3-1 and Hendrix 3-0 in opening day action at the SCAC Cross-Divisional Tournament. In day two play, the Tigers fell to Trinity 3-0 before defeating Southwestern 3-0. On Sunday, they came back from a 2-0 deficit to defeat Millsaps 3-2. The 4-1 record leaves the Tigers with a 25-7 overall record and 8-1 in the SCAC. They have earned the number-two seed for next month's SCAC Championships.
DePauw splits four matches at Washington University Invitational
The Tigers defeated Simpson and Savannah Art & Design on Friday and lost to Washington and Elmhurst on Saturday at the Washington University Invitational. Betsy Corbitt and Allison Lake were named to the all-tournament team.
Tigers finish second at own invitational
The Tigers won all three matches in pool play and defeated St. Mary's in the semifinals, but fell to North Central in the title match. TOURNAMENT RESULTS
Tigers rally to beat Spartans in four games
After dropping the first game 15-13, the Tigers rallied bakc to win the next three at Manchester 15-2, 15-7, 15-7. The victory was the Tigers' 11th straight and lifted their overall record to 14-3.
Lake earns co-Player of the Week honors in the SCAC
Middle hitter Allison Lake was named SCAC co-Player of the Week for September 20-26 with Abby Wilson of Trinity. In the four wins at the SCAC East Division tournament, Lake recorded a .596 attack percentage and average three kills per game. She also ahd one solo block and six assists.
DePauw sweeps competition at SCAC East Tournament
With four wins in as many matches at the SCAC East Division tournament, the Tigers improved to 13-3 and 4-0 in conference play. DePauw defeated Rose-Hulman, Centre and Oglethorpe in three games and Sewanee in five. Statistics will be posted later.
Hodgkinson named co-player of the week in SCAC; Tigers ranked fifth in South Region
Sophomore outside hitter Janie Hodgkinson had earned co-Player of the Week honors from the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference for the week of Sept. 6-12. In six matches she averaged 5.22 kills and 5.83 digs per game. She shares the honor with setter Desiree Pratt of Trinity. The Tigers are ranked fifth in the South Region in Division III.
Tigers win all five matches to capture Hanover Invitational championship
DePauw didn't lose a game in their five matches on the way to winning the Hanover Invitational. The Tigers defeated Ohio Wesleyan in the championship match 15-3, 15-2, 15-9 to capture the title. On Friday, DePauw beat Franklin before closing out pool play with wins over Wilmington and Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday. The Tigers then upended Indiana-Southeast in the semifinals 15-7, 15-11, 15-9. Janie Hodgkinson and Kimberly Miller were named to the all-tournament team.
DePauw falls at Millikin in four games
The Tigers fell to 3-3 on the season with a 3-1 loss at Millikin. Janie Hodgkinson recorded 21 kills and 20 digs in four games, while Betsy Corbitt added 10 kills and 17 digs. The Tigers dropped the first two games by 15-10 and 15-12 scores before winning the third 15-7. Millikin wrapped up the match with a 15-8 win in game three. Complete Stats
Tigers Split Four matches at Thomas More tournament
The Tigers moved to 3-2 on the season as they split their four matches at the Skyline Classic at Thomas More College. DePauw opened with a 3-0 win over Centre before falling to Ohio Northern 3-0. On Sunday the Tigers lost to Thomas More 3-0 and defeated Averett 3-1.
Tigers Open 1999 Season with Win over Wilmington
The Tigers wasted little time in getting the 1999 season off to a good start in beating visiting Wilmington 3-0. The Tigers won by scores of 15-6, 15-4, 15-8. Janie Hodgkinson led the Tigers with four aces, six digs and seven kills in just two games. Betsy Corbitt added eight kills in three games and Sara Grunden had six digs in three games. Kimberly Miller paced DePauw with 24 assists.