WWU falls in four sets to No.1 seed BYU Hawaii at NCAA II West Regional semifinal, finishes season 24-4
Geary ends outstanding career with match-high 21 kills
Moore leads balanced Viking attack with 10 kills
Vikings open regional play against Sonoma State
Vikings' Hutchinson is second-team pick
Vikings' Flick is Coach of the Year, Hutchinson is Defensive Player of the Year
COLLEGE: First-team Daktronics West Region and Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star as sophomore in 2012 ... Also GNAC academic all-star ... Ranked 29th nationally among NCAA Division II leaders in blocks per set (1.17 avg.) ... Among top 10 GNAC leaders in four categories, being second in blocks (110), third in attack percentage (.341), seventh in points (3.83, 342.5) and ninth in kills (3.12, 293) ... Competed in all 28 matches and 94 of 96 sets ... Led team in blocks and hitting percentage and second in kills and points ... Had 17 double-figure kill matches, 16 with four or more blocks, and eight with double-figure kills and .400 or better attack percentage ... Had career-highs of 8.0 blocks at Saint Martin's on 10/27/12, 19 kills at Seattle Pacific on 11/15/12 and .786 hitting percentage (12-1-14) vs. Cal State Stanislaus on 9/7/12) ... Played in 9 matches and 24 sets as redshirt freshman in 2011 ... Credited with 43 kills (1.79), 18 blocks (0.75), 4 digs, and 2 assists ... Redshirt in 2010 ... Two letters.
HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team all-South Puget Sound League pick as senior at Peninsula High School ... Team captain for Seahawks, reaching second round at Class 3A state tournament ... Honorable mention all-league as sophomore and junior ... Started and lettered three years ... Also lettered four years in basketball and three years in track ... First-team all-league as senior in basketball and second team as junior ... Competed at state track meet all three years, placing seventh as junior and senior in triple jump and finishing fifth in 4x200 relay as freshman ... Her personal best in triple jump was 35-5 1/2.
PERSONAL: Major is management ... Her sister, Jessica, competed in track at WWU.
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