All-WAC Selection Kylie Harrington Returns For Senior Season


    25, at Fresno State, Nov. 9, 2009
Total Attempts    
    57, at Fresno State, Nov. 9, 2009
    3, at Arizona, Sept. 4, 2009
    20, vs. Fresno State, Sept. 26, 2009
Service Aces    
    5, vs. Hofstra, Sept. 8, 2007
        vs. Connecticut, Aug. 28, 2009
Total Blocks    
    4, vs. UCLA, Sept. 27, 2008
Block Assists    
    3, five occurrences
    last vs. Fresno State, Nov. 23, 2009
Block Solo    
    1, five occurrences
    last vs. Connecticut, Aug. 28, 2009
    27, at Fresno State, Nov. 9, 2009


~ 2008 All-WAC Second Team
~ 2008 Shamrock Invitational
   All-Tournament Team
~ 2008 AT&T Invitational
   All-Tournament Team
~ 2009 WAC Coaches Preseason Team
~ 2009 All-WAC First Team
~ 2009 All-WAC First Team
~ 2009 Wildcat Classic by Marriott |
   University Park All-Tournament Team
~ 2009 Circus Circus
   All-Tournament Team
~ Nov. 9-15, 2009
   WAC Player of the Week

Single Season
 444 in 2009(9th)
 1,137 in 2009(6th)
First-team All-WAC selection who returns for her senior season at Nevada...counted on to once again provide offense from the outside hitter position after starting all 31 matches a year ago...led the team averaging 3.55 kills and 3.90 points per set while ranking second with 2.11 digs per set...expected to be a team leader on and off the court...947.5 career points ranks seventh in Nevada history...1,137 attacks last season is the sixth best total in school history and 444 points ranks as the ninth best season.

2009 (Jr.):  Had her best season in the Silver & Blue earning first-team All-WAC honors and was also named to the WAC Coaches’ Preseason squad...Nov. 16 WAC Player of the Week after averaging 4.91 kills, 5.14 points and 2.00 digs with a .283 attack percentage...started all 31 matches and 26 times led the team in kills with 14 being match highs...topped the team averaging 3.55 kills and 3.90 points per set while ranking second with 2.11 digs per set...the 3.55 kills and 3.90 points per set ranked fifth in the WAC while in conference play her 3.80 kills ranked fifth and 4.10 points per set was and team season-high 25 kills and 27 points at Fresno State (Nov. 9)...25 kills tied for the fourth best total by a player in the conference...tallied a career-high 20 digs and added 22 kills vs. Fresno State (Sept. 26)...five aces vs. Connecticut (Aug. 28) tied for the high by a player in the WAC...reached double figures in kills in 25-of-31 matches and three times was a kill short finishing with 9...named to the Wildcat Classic All-Tournament team after avergaing 3.00 kills, 2.09 digs and 3.50 points per set with a .162 attack percentage...3.85 kills, 2.00 digs and 4.15 points per set with a .178 attack percentage earned her Circus Circus All-Tournament honors...five double-doubles led the team and tied for 11th most in the conference a year ago...1,137 attacks  is the sixth best total in school history and 444 points ranks as the ninth best season...earned third volleyball letter.

2008 (So.):  Named to second-team All-WAC squad after playing in all 29 matches earning starts in 26...posted a then career-high 21 kills in the Pack’s match at SJSU (Nov. 8) tied Lindsay Baldwin for the most kills by a Nevada player...led the team averaging 2.90 kills per set and was second averaging 3.24 points per set...2.90 kills per set ranked eighth in the WAC play ranked ninth with 2.86 kills per set and was 10th with 3.18 points per set...established a new career high with 16 digs vs. SJSU (Sept. 25)...named to the AT&T Invitational All-Tournament team after averaging 3.42 kills, 2.00 digs and 3.39 points with a .204 attack percentage...18 times reached double digits in kills including a stretch of five matches in a row...nine times led Nevada in kills...14 kills versus Notre Dame tied for match high honors and 19 vs. Missouri was a match high...named to the Shamrock Invitational All-Tournament team the first week of the season after averaging 2.90 kills, 2.80 digs and 3.25 points per set...posted back-to-back double-doubles versus Notre Dame with 14 kills and 10 digs then followed that with 10 kills and 14 digs versus IPFW...eight double-doubles topped the team and tied for fifth in the WAC...earned second volleyball letter.

2007 (Fr.):  Played in 23-of-27 matches on the season, missing the first four of the year after breaking her hand...earned seven starts including a stretch of six in a row after returning from the hand injury...2.06 kills per game ranked fourth on the squad...reached double figures in kills six times, all coming at home vs. Hofstra (13), vs. Washington State (10), vs. Fresno State (10), vs. Utah State (14), vs. Idaho (10) and vs. San Jose State (11)...season-high 14 kills versus Utah State (Oct. 13) tied teammate Teal Ericson for match-high honors...served up five aces vs. Hofstra which tied Lauren Kelly and Lindsay Baldwin for the most by a Pack player and was the fifth most by a player in the WAC...posted a double-double with 13 kills, 10 digs and served five aces in a 3-0 victory over Hofstra (Sept. 8) which was her top performance of the season...recorded a kill in 21-of-23 matches played on the the start in her return to her hometown at Hawai`i (Oct. 5)...earned her first volleyball letter.

High School
Three-year volleyball letter winner playing for coach Eric Perry at Saint Francis High School in Honolulu, Hawaii...second-team all-state her senior year and honorable mention all-state as a junior...member of 2005 SFHS team that captured the Division II Hawaii State Championship... played four years for Jammers Volleyball Club and coach Debbie Yee...16’s club team won the 2005 USAV Far Western qualifier, placed 31st out of 224 teams at the Volleyball Festival, and was 25th at the Junior Olympics...17’s club squad took third at the Las Vegas Classic, was fifth in the Southern California qualifier, and competed at the USAV Junior Olympics...18’s team placed eighth at the California Kickoff and the Las Vegas 2006 and 2007 was a fourth quarter Honor Roll student...received school’s drama class award.

Getting Acquainted
In her free time likes to watch and play all types of sports, go to the beach, hang out with her sister Kacie, travel and shop...chose Nevada over Eastern Washington, Concordia and Chico State ...lists Kerri Walsh as her sports hero...daughter of Charles and Janis Harrington...communications major with a minor in community health sciences...born April 1, 1989

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