Ten WWU student-athletes honored for third year
GPA of 3.85 or better needed to qualify
Jones and Yearout honored for third time
Vikings perfect at home for second time in three years with nine sweeps
No.17 Vikings have won all eight home matches this season
COLLEGE: Great Northwest Athletic Conference Academic all-star for third straight year as senior in 2012 ... Played in just four matches and seven sets because of post-concussion syndrome ... Had 2.0 blocks, 4 kills, 2 digs and 1 assist ... Competed in 14 matches and 47 sets as junior in 2011, missing eight matches with concussion ... Credited with 39 kills and 36 blocks (0.77) ... Had career-high 7 blocks twice (vs. Cal State L.A. on 9/2/11 and vs. Alaska Fairbanks on 9/22/11) ... Saw action in 23 matches and 79 sets as sophomore in 2010 ... Had 120 kills (1.52) and 57 blocks (0.72) ... Posted .263 attack percentage with 41 errors in 300 attempts ... Matched career-high in kills with 10 at Central Washington on 9/12/10 ... Played in all 27 matches and all 99 sets as freshman in 2009 ... Had 77 blocks (0.78), 134 kills (1.35) with 40 errors in 390 attempts for .241 attack percentage ... Had season-high 10 kills with no errors in 12 attempts for .833 kill percentage at Montana State Billings on 10/17/09 ... Four letters.
HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Seattle P-I all-Area and all-Western Conference South Division choice as senior at Kamiak High School ... Team captain and most inspirational award winner for Knights ... Played on team that placed fourth at state as junior ... Named squad's most improved player for second straight year ... Wesco outstanding athletic achievement honoree ... As sophomore, competed on team that finished ninth at state ... Started and lettered three years.
PERSONAL: Major is industrial design ... Associated Student Body president as high school senior.
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