Dig Pink Thursday and Spike Out Bullying Saturday
at SJSU and FS
Pack plays Mountain West home opener
Pack begins Mountain West play with two road matches
Conference announces honorees for fall sports
Returning starter who will be playing her senior campaign in 2011...along with Grace Anxo her 2.09 kills per set is tops for the returners for this season...slated to once again earn a starting spot at right side hitter...in her final season will be looked to for leadership and to increase her offensive numbers in her senior year...versatile athletic player who could see time at any frontcourt position...has improved her kill totals each season and is expected to do that once again in 2011.
Appeared in all 30 matches making a career-high 28 starts...earned second-team All-WAC honors after averaging 2.09 kills, .62 blocks and 2.40 points with a .238 attack percentage...career-highs with 15 kills, 17 points and hit a career-best .481 while chipping in three digs and four blocks in the Pack's 3-1 victory at Boise State (Oct. 7) which was her top match of the season... reached double figures in 11 matches including a stretch of three in a row...14 kills at Utah State (Nov. 22) led the team and 10 in a 3-0 win over Pacific (Sept. 11) tied Janelle Batista for the honor...third on the team in total kills (236 k), blocks (70 b) and points (271 pts)... 2.09 kills tied Grace Anxo for third in the team... third on the team in blocking at .62 per set and 2.40 points per set was fourth...lettered for third time...garnered WAC academic honors for the third season in a row.
Saw action in 30 matches with 19 being starts...five times reached double figures in kills with a season-high 14 versus Fresno State (Nov. 23) in the WAC Tournament topping the list...12 kills versus Sam Houston State (Sept. 12) and Utah State (Oct. 10) with 10 coming versus CSU Bakersfield (Sept. 22) and Idaho (Oct. 17)... ranked third on the team in total kills (185 k), points per set (2.04 pps) and kills per set (1.75 kps)...10 kills at home versus Idaho (Oct. 17) led the team...57 total blocks was second on the team and .54 blocks per set ranked third...third on the team with a .242 attack percentage...top match of the season was in the WAC Tournament versus Fresno State (Nov. 23) when she had 14 kills, two assists, three digs and three block assists to total a season-high 15.5 points...earned WAC Academic honors for the second year in a row...received second volleyball letter.
Played in 25 matches and 75 sets to earn her first volleyball letter...started nine matches on the year...posted a career-high eight blocks versus New Mexico State (Nov. 6)...10 kills versus UC Davis (Sept. 13) was her only double-figure kill match of the season, while she also hit .308 in the Pack's 3-2 victory...eight kills at home versus #9 Hawai`i (Oct. 18) led the team...recorded a kill in 18-of-25 matches on the season...1.27 kills and .47 blocks per set ranked sixth on the team...attack percentage of .142 was fifth on the squad...named to WAC Freshman Academic Team.
Lettered three years in volleyball and twice in track & field as a prep athlete... played her final two seasons for coach Jennifer Bramlet at Guyer High School in Denton, Texas...named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association's Class 4A All-State Team, earned District 5-4A MVP honors, selected the area MVP, was the team MVP and academic all-district following her senior season...helped guide the team to the district title with 12-0 mark, the area championship and regional quarterfinals championship...led the team with 324 kills and 113 blocks her final year, also served 32 aces and hit .335...twice named to Granbury All-Tournament team...junior year was team offensive MVP, first-team all-area and second-team all-district...a four-year club veteran in 2007 she played for the Texas Advantage-17 Molten team that qualified for American in Junior Olympics and placed third...she captained the squad and earned Junior Olympic All-America honors...played for the 2006 and 2008 Dallas Skyline Roshambo teams that qualified for the Open in Junior Olympics ...she was named Most Improved player for the 2006 club.
Enjoys listening to all types of music when not playing volleyball...chose Nevada over Lamar and Toledo... daughter of Nancy Kilpatrick and Mark Garvey and Neilia Weatherly...communication major with a minor in business.