2014 LBCC VOLLEYBALL CLINIC
Head Coach Jayme Frazier will be holding a summer volleyball clinic for high school students who in, fall 2014, will be entering grades 7th, 8th or 9th.
The clinic will provide three days of a three-hour session each day that includes instruction on all aspects of the game. Sessions will focus on the primary volleyball skills: serving, passing, hitting, setting, blocking and defense. Participants will be coached and instructed by current LBCC volleyball players. Participants should plan to check in 15-20 minutes early on the first day.
Monday, August 4th; Tuesday, August 5th; Wednesday, August 6th
9:00am - 12:30pm
$60.00 per player if registration received on or before July 28th
$75.00 per player if registration received after July 28th
Activities Center Gym
Linn-Benton Community College
6500 Pacific Blvd SW
Albany, OR 97321
Jayme Frazier, Head Women's Volleyball Coach
REGISTRATION FORM: 2014 Volleyball Clinic
Please click on the above link to download the registration form. Print, complete and mail along with payment to:
Jayme Frazier, Volleyball Coach
Linn-Benton Community College
6500 Pacific Blvd SW
Albany, OR 97321
Make checks payable to: LBCC Volleyball Foundation
2013 Women's Volleyball
Back Row (L-R): Emily Kozlowski, Samantha Kelsey, Abby Hardie, Carly Roderick, Sasha Bogdanovic, Kristen Epps, Paige Kelsey, Sarah Brown
Front Row (L-R): Sarah Rudzik, Katie Bentson, Karissa Mobley, Rylee Hickman, Kaci Nonnenmacher
2013-14 Class of Sophomores
Photo courtesy of Trevor Cooley Photography
*Sarah Rudzik: AAOT Graduate as of December 2013. Currently attending Oregon Institute of Technology since January 2014, pursuing Bachelors in Radiologic Sciences.
*Karissa Mobley: AAOT (Exercise & Sport Science) graduate June 2014.
*Kaci Nonnenmacher: AAOT graduate June 2014. Accepted and will attend George Fox University in the Fall pursuing Bachelors in Exercise Science.
*Samantha Kelsey: Achieved Senior status at Oregon State University in Interior Deisgn Bachelors program.
*Rylee Hickman: Completing AAOT degree Summer 2014, transferring to Lewis & Clark State College where she will pursuing a Bachelors in Biology and Education. She has signed a letter of Intent and will be playing volleyball for the Warriors in the Fall 2014.
*Abby Hardie: Transferring to Concordia University where she will be pursuing a Bachelors in Marketing/Advertisement. She has signed a Letter of Intent and will be playing volleyball for the Cavaliers in the Fall 2014.
*Carly Roderick: Completing ASG degree Summer 2014. Carly is planning to attend college in California in Fall 2014.
*Emily Kozlowski: AAOT graduate June 2014. Accepted at Portland State University and George Fox University. She will plan to pursur her Bachelors in Graphic Deign or visual Design and Communications in Fall 2014.
*Carly Philpott: (Manager) will complete her AAOT Fall 2014. She plans to pursue her Bachelors in Human Development and Family Sciences in Winter 2015.
2013 Roadrunner Volleyball Season Highlights
August 5-7 Roadrunners participate in the annual youth volleyball camp held at LBCC
August 13-16 Team participates in conditioning and individual skills sessions
August 16 The first official practices begin. August 21st, the team travels to the Hoop in Beaverton to compete in a scrimmage tournament against four division III programs and several NWAACC teams. On August 24th the team participated in the OSU challenge course all day.
August 30-31 The first tournament is held at Chemeketa C.C. The Runners won four matches and lost one. Abby Hardie and Paige Kelsey were selected to the six person tournament all-star team.
September 2-7 The team won their first home dual match against Pierce College on Tuesday. They won two and lost three at the Spokane Falls C.C. tournament.
September 9-14 The Roadrunners defeated New Hope Christian College on Tuesday and Clark College on Wednesday. Both matches were won in three straight sets. The NWAACC rankings place the Roadrunners as 6th in the first top 8 poll.
September 16-20 The team won their home match against Linfield JV on Wednesday and then went on to win three of the their five matches at the Everett C.C. Crossover Tournament. Abby Hardie was selected for the 12 person all-tournament team. The team ended the pre-season with 13 wins and 7 losses.
September 23-28 The Runners won their first league match on Friday, beating Chemeketa C.C. in 3 straight sets at home. Leading the team on offense was Abby Hardie with 10 kills. Kaci Nonnenmacher led the team setting with 14 assists and 4 kills and Samantha Kelsey led the team defensively with 20 receives and 15 digs.
September 30-Oct 5 The Roadrunners beat Clackamas C.C. on Wednesday night in an exciting four set match. Abby Hardie led the Runners with 20 kills, Karissa Mobley had 10 kills. Defensively, Samantha Kelsey led the way with 20 digs. Paige Kelsey and Kaci Nonnenmacher had 20 assists each. On Friday, the Roadrunners lost to Mt. Hood C.C. in 3 sets. The NWAACC rankings place the Roadrunners as 7th in the second top 8 poll. Friday night was the team’s “Dig Pink” night raising $167.00 which was donated to the SideOut Foundation for breast cancer awareness. Abby Hardie was selected as Southern Region Player of the Week and Kaci Nonnenmacher was selected as Southern Region Setter of the Week.
October 7-12 On Friday, LBCC beat Umpqua C.C. in a three set match 25-11, 25-15, 25-11. Abby Hardie had 9 kills and Sammie Kelsey and Karissa Mobley both had 7 kills each. Paige Kelsey had 14 digs and 12 assists while Kaci Nonnenmacher had 15 assists and 8 digs. On Saturday, the team went to Coos Bay and won a three set match against the Southwestern Oregon C.C. Lakers. The scores were 25-17, 25-16, 25-9. The team was led offensively by Abby Hardie with 14 kills and Karissa Mobley added 11 kills. Kaci Nonnenmacher had 21 assists with Paige Kelsey setting 17 assists. Rylee Hickman and Katie Bentson both added 8 digs apiece. The team ends the first half of season in 2nd place in the Southern Region with 4-1 record and 17-8 overall. In the third season conference poll, the Roadrunners are again in the 6th ranked position in the top eight.
October 14-19 The RoadRunners traveled to Ontario, Oregon to play in the Treasure Valley C.C. Crossover Tournament. The team was 5-1 on the weekend defeating Walla Walla C.C., Edmonds C.C., Yakima Valley C.C., Whatcom C.C., Chemeketa C.C. and falling in 5 sets to Pierce College who went on to win the tournament. Abby Hardie and Karissa Mobley were selected to the All-tournament team. Kristen Epps also stood out offensively throughout the tournament. Sammie Kelsey and Rylee Hickman were consistent defensively all six matches. Kaci Nonnenmacher and Paige Kelsey led the offense with 82 and 84 assists each. Abby Hardie was also chosen for week seven as Defensive Player of the Week for the Southern Region. The team is now 22-9 overall and 4-1 in region play.
October 21-26 The RoadRunners fell to Mt Hood C.C. in three sets at Mt Hood on Wednesday the 23rd. The team then went to compete in the 38th annual Dorian Harris Halloween Classic and won 5 of the 6 matches over the weekend. The team lost one 5 set match against Tacoma C.C. and then went on to win the consolation championship match against Chemeketa C.C. Abby Hardie and Rylee Hickman were both selected as part of the 12 person All- Tournament team for the Classic Tournament.
Halloween Classic Tournament October 25 & 26, 2013
LBCC Team dressed up as corrections inmates
October 28-Nov 1 The RoadRunner team played at Chemeketa C.C. defeating them in region play in four sets. It was the sixth meeting between the two teams this season with the Runners winning all six matches. The team was ranked 8th in the fourth conference poll of the season. Karissa Mobley was chosen as week 9 Southern Region Player of the Week.
November 4-9 The RoadRunners defeated both region opponents Umpqua C.C. and SWOCC in three straight sets moving the team into 2nd place in the Southern Region. The team was led offensively by setters Kaci Nonnenmacher and Paige Kelsey with 23 and 31 assists on the weekend. Karissa Mobley led the attack with 21 kills. Abby Hardie had 18 kills and Carly Roderick and Samantha Kelsey finished with 13 kills each. Kristen Epps led the team with 6 blocks and Kaci Nonnenmacher led the defense with 19 digs followed by Katie Bentson with 16 defensive digs. Abby Hardie had 4 service aces. The team celebrated its nine sophomores including manager Carly Philpott. The team now moves to its final regular season week with a match at Clackamas C.C. on Wednesday November 13.
Sophomores and their parents on November 8th Sophomore Night
And… Our very own RoadRunner. We know who you are!
November 20-24: The Roadrunners finished second in the region tied with Clackamas at 30-12. Abby Hardie and Karissa Mobley were selected to first team Southern Region and Kaci Nonnenmacher and Samantha Kelsey were selected honorable mention. All four will represent the Southern Region at the All-Star Sophomore Showcase on November 24th. The team finished in the final four at the NWAACC championship tournament beating, Yakima, Lower Columbia, Tacoma and Highline. Abby Hardie and Samantha Kelsey were selected to the second team NWAACC tournament team. Abby Hardie was selected as 2013 AVCA Second Team All-American.
2013 Road Runner Community Service Highlights:
August: The team participated in the annual kids volleyball clinic at Linn Benton Community College. Approximately 30 young athletes from Albany, Lebanon, Corvallis and Salem participated
October: The team participated in three dig pink events and held the annual Dig Pink event here at LBCC. 167.00 dollars was raised and donated to the Side Out Foundation.
October: The annual Dorian Harris Classic Tournament was held October 25-26 at Mt. Hood. The team collected socks, soups and other canned foods to be donated to the Abundant Life Church to fight hunger throughout the holiday season in the Portland Gresham areas.
October: The team worked to raise funds in the annual serve-a-thon. Each player is asked to get donations or sponsors for the serve-a-thon. The money raised assists with purchasing of equipment, uniforms, t-shirts and travel throughout the season.
November: On November 5th the team worked together at the Linn Benton Food Share repackaging 1000 pounds of rice and 600 pounds of oats to be sent out to various food banks and shelters in Linn and Benton counties.
November: On November 9th, the team continued its connection with Oak Creek Correction Facility by hosting several girls who had earned the opportunity to attend a volleyball match against Southwestern Oregon Community College. An exchange of t-shirts and signing volleyballs with the girls seemed to be a positive experience for the students at Oak Creek as well as the RoadRunner Volleyball Team.
November: At the NWAACC tournament on November 20th, the team will be donating two blankets. These blankets along with blankets donated from each of the participating NWAACC championship teams will be donated to the Portland Mission and dispersed to the homeless shelters in the area.
Results from Games Played: To keep up to date with results from games played, visit http://www.nwaacc.org/ for scores and standings.
Price of Admission to volleyball games:
General Admission: $3.00 per person
The following are admitted free of charge with appropriate ID: LBCC Students; LBCC Staff; Military Personnel; LBCC Alumni; Children under 12 years of age
COACH JAYME FRAZIER NAMED 2011 COACH OF THE YEAR!
The Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges named Jayme Frazier, Linn-Benton Community College head women’s volleyball coach, the 2011 Volleyball Coach of the Year for the Southern Region.
Frazier is in her 18th season as coach, with the team in the running for the NWAACC conference championship this year. Frazier also teaches Health and Human Performance at the college.
Serving Our Community: Volleyball Players Hold Clinic at Oak Creek Correctional Facility
LB Volleyball Coach Jayme Frazier brought her 12-member Roadrunner team to Oak Creek Wednesday for a volleyball clinic at the request of Mike Hill, one of the center's group life coordinators.
Hill and Frazier both teach drug and alcohol abuse prevention classes. Hill has spoken on occasion at Frazier's class, and asked whether she'd bring her team to the center for a volleyball clinic.
"Our volleyball team is always trying to get out in the community. It's a really good experience for the student-athletes," she said. "They can be role models for these girls."
Part of the Oregon Youth Authority, Oak Creek is a 60-bed corrections center for girls and young women ages 13 to 25. The 20 who attended the clinic ranged in age from 15 to 23.
Read more in the Democrat Hearld story by DH reporter Jennifer Moody: