Anxo and Holt play last matches
Senior Night Saturday
Governor's Series presented by NV Energy matchup with UNLV changed to 1 p.m. Saturday
Pack at Wyoming and #10 Colorado State
Spend Halloween at the Virginia Street Gym
NEVADA: Returning starter who will be playing her fourth season in the Nevada program...played on a team that represented the US at the Spring Cup, a European National Tournament in Croatia last May competing against several Olympic teams from other countries...named to the 2002 WAC preseason squad and was a first team All-WAC selection a year ago...ranks third at Nevada in three career blocking categories, total blocks(327), block assists(265), and block solos(62) but should end her career ranked first in all three categories...951 career kills is fifth on Nevada?s top 10 list and .257 career hitting percentage ranks sixth all-time...owns top two single season marks in total blocks(128 in 1999 and 121 in 2000) and block assists(104 in 1999 and 101 in 2000)...hopes to play professional volleyball after completing her career at Nevada.
2001(Jr.): First team All-WAC selection...named to the 2001 WAC Preseason, WAC All-Tournament, Arizona State All-Tournament, and Nevada All-Tournament squads...MVP of the Nevada Tournament and WAC Player of the Week for her efforts in the Nevada Tournament...set WAC Tournament record with a .636(23K,2E,33TA) attack percentage versus UTEP...started all 25 matches and played in all 91 games...led the team and was third in the conference with a .292 hitting percentage...averaged 3.86 kills per game to top the team and tie for seventh in the WAC...posted a triple-double on Nov. 1 vs. San Jose State finishing with 19 kills, 10 digs, and 10 blocks(10BA)...recorded double figures in kills in 22-of-25 matches.
2000(So.): Earned second team All-WAC honors playing in every game of all 27 matches...121 total blocks and 101 block assists are the second best single season marks in school history behind her own records of 128 and 104 set in 1999...led the team in attack percentage(.245), kills(335), kills per game(3.32), blocks(121), and blocks per game(1.20)...1.20 blocks per game ranked fifth in the WAC...in WAC only matches she finished: 8th in blocking, 1.25 bpg, tied for 9th in hitting percentage, .275 and 10th in kills per game, 3.71 kpg...recorded double figures in kills in 18-of-27 matches including a stretch of 12 consecutive matches...within the 12 match stretch were four double-doubles in kills and digs...career best 20 kills was at Fresno State....had a kill and a block in every match with a dig coming in all but one outing.
1999(Fr.): Named to Big West Conference Freshmen squad...Played in all 28 matches and 106-of-109 games...128 blocks and 104 block assists are the most in a single season by any Wolf Pack player...24 solo blocks is tied for the sixth most in a single season...led the team in blocks(128), block assists(104), block solos(24) and blocks per game(1.21)...1.21 blocks per game ranked sixth in the Big West...finished the season third with 256 total kills but fourth in kills per game averaging 2.42 kpg...had 10 or more kills in a match 12 times...top match of the season accounted for her only double-double of the year when she had 18 kills and 16 blocks vs. Boise State, Nov. 4...15 of her 16 blocks vs. Boise State were block assists.
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years in basketball and volleyball, three years at South High School, Torrance, Calif. and her senior year at Crossroads High School, Santa Monica, Calif....member of the 1998-99 CIF runner-up basketball team...1998 first team All-Delphic League and 1997 first team All-Ocean League volleyball honoree...1997 Arcadia Volleyball Tournament MVP...1999 CIF Finals Nike Player of the Game and the Delphic League MVP as a prep basketball player.
GETTING ACQUAINTED: Enjoys going to the beach, shopping, sports, beach volleyball, and traveling...involved in youth/charity work at Richstone Center for Children...daughter of Robert and Kathy More...business management major...born June 12, 1981.