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  Lisa Beauchene

Lisa Beauchene

Player Profile

Position:
Assistant Coach

Experience:
8th Season

Alma Mater:
Sacramento State, '05

04/18/2013

Lobos Take Down Alumni/Local Greats in Final Match of Spring

Competitive match between current Lobos and has-beens/local greats caps spring season

04/17/2013

Rugland Signs with Lobo Volleyball

UNM inks Rugland, a 5-foot-9 setter/right-side hitter from Tananger, Norway

01/29/2013

Lobo Volleyball Announces Summer Camps

UNM to offer five camps for a variety of ages and skill levels in June and July

01/06/2013

Stevens: New Mexico Lobo Volleyball -- 2012 Season Review

A young battered and bruised Lobo squad courageously banded together to win 20 games

11/19/2012

Lobos to Play Final Regular-Season Matches at Wyoming and Colorado State

Riddle needs three points to set UNM's record for single-season points

04/23/2013

2013 Volleyball Grass Bash

Seventh Annual Lobo Volleyball Grass Bash held April 20-21

09/16/2011

Pitt Blue and Gold Classic

The Lobos in Pittsburgh, Pa., for the Pitt Blue and Gold Classic Sept. 16-17.

08/27/2011

#5 Nebraska vs. New Mexico

MCM Elegante Lobo Classic Championship Game -- August 27, 2011

UNM Assistant Coach Lisa Beauchene Named Top 30 Under 30 -- Feb. 23, 2012

Lisa Beauchene enters her eighth season as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator with the Lobo volleyball program.

In addition to recruiting and on-court coaching responsibilities, Beauchene is responsible for scouting opponents using Data Project software and running the annual Grass Bash and summer camps.

While at UNM, she has helped lead the Lobos to two NCAA Tournament appearances, coached seven AVCA All-Americans, two ESPN/Capital One Academic All-Americans and the team has received two AVCA Team Academic awards.

Beauchene was a recipient of the AVCA's prestigious Top 30 Under 30 Award in 2012. The award was created in 2009 to honor up-and-coming coaching talent at all levels of the sport. To qualify for the award, nominees had to be 30 years or younger in 2011.

During the summer of 2012, Beauchene served as an assistant coach for the All-Star team as part of the Bring It Promotions/USA Volleyball Global Challenge in China where the team competed in six matches against Chinese professional teams. The All-Star team was comprised of seven players with professional experience and five current collegiate players, including current Lobos Elsa Krieg and Hannah Johnson.

Beauchene is heavily involved in the community including serving as a clinician for New Mexico Juniors Volleyball Club and has coached the age groups of 12's, 15's and 18's. In all three age groups, her New Mexico Juniors teams earned the title as the best teams in the state of New Mexico.

A 2005 graduate of Sacramento State, Beauchene established herself as one of the top players in Hornet history from 2000-03. She was a four-time all-Big Sky Conference selection, including a three-time unanimous first team choice and the league's MVP during her senior season.

The Auburn, Wash., native also became the first player in Big Sky history to be named Tournament MVP on three occasions. In addition, Beauchene received AVCA All-Pacific Region honors in 2003, the first Hornet to be named all-region since 1995. She was also named Big Sky Player of the Week nine times during her career, including a record five times in 2003. During her senior season, Beauchene received Sacramento State Senior Female Student-Athlete of the Year and Big Sky Scholar-Athlete honors.

Beauchene, a setter for Sac State, remains the school's all-time leader in career hitting percentage (.348) and triple-doubles (18) while also ranking third in assists (5,153), ninth in digs (1,417), and 10th in service aces (107).

She never missed a match during her four-year career, starting 131 consecutive contests, and led the Hornets to the Big Sky regular season and/or tournament championship each of her four seasons. During her final eight years of playing competition, Beauchene was part of a championship team, winning four district titles at Fife High School and four Big Sky titles with the Hornets.

Following her playing career, Beauchene moved into the coaching ranks as a student assistant at Sacramento State for the 2005 season and helped coach the team to a Big Sky title and NCAA berth. She continued her coaching experience with the Sacramento State Women's Club Volleyball Team who she coached to a 24-12 record, placing 23rd at the NIRSA championships and earning All NCCVL League honors for two players.

Beauchene advanced her coaching career by taking the assistant coaching position at the University of New Mexico in 2005 where the team reached its best record in 10 years during her first year. In Beauchene's first stint of coaching at the University of New Mexico during the 2005 and 2006 seasons, she took on the responsibilities of travel arrangements, meal planning, home game management, summer camps, fundraising, community service, and banquet planning.

She returned to the Lobo volleyball program in 2008 and has coached the team to many milestones, including an average attendance of 2,212 per game, ranked No. 12 nationally.

Beauchene was inducted into the Tacoma-Pierce County Sports Hall of Fame on June 2, 2006. She graduated from Sacramento State in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in Family and Consumer Science and earned her master's degree in Sport Administration at the University of New Mexico in 2007.

Monday, October 20
7:00 PM - 
Volleyball
vs. New Mexico State
Thursday, October 23
7:00 PM - 
Volleyball
vs. Nevada
Saturday, October 25
2:00 PM - 
Volleyball
vs. San Jose State
Thursday, October 30
7:00 PM - 
Volleyball
at Boise State
Saturday, November 01
7:00 PM - 
Volleyball
at Utah State
Thursday, November 06
7:00 PM - 
Volleyball
vs. UNLV
Saturday, November 08
1:00 PM - 
Volleyball
vs. San Diego State
Thursday, November 13
7:00 PM - 
Volleyball
at Wyoming
Saturday, November 15
1:00 PM - 
Volleyball
at Colorado State
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