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COLLEGE: Ranks sixth among school career leaders in digs with 893 ... Third-team Daktronics All-American last season ... First-team AVCA and Daktronics Pacific Region and Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star last ... First-team Verizon District VIII College Division and GNAC academic all-star ... Played in all 26 matches and 93 games ... Ranked ninth nationally and led league, averaging school-record 5.44 digs per game ... Her total of 506 was just 24 short of school record ... Set school record with 34 digs versus Cal State L.A. in first round of regionals ... GNAC academic all-star in 2001 ... Played in all 29 matches, and 103 games ... Had 313 digs (team-leading 3.04), 25 service aces (0.24), 17 assists (0.17), 15 kills (0.15) on .043 attack percentage, and 2 blocks (0.02) ... Played in 25 matches and 54 games in 2000 ... Had 74 digs (1.37), 27 kills (0.50), 9 aces (0.17), 6 assists (0.11) and 5 blocks (0.09) ... Three letters.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played in Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association East-West Class 4A/3A all-star series ... Most Valuable Player of South Puget Sound League (North Division) and South County Journal all-Area pick as senior at Auburn High School ... Set school records for kills in season (457) and career (931) ... Led Trojans to 31-7 record and fifth place at Class 4A state tournament in 1999 ... Helped Auburn to fifth place at state as junior and second place as sophomore ... Played on three league championship squads ... Team captain and coaches award winner as senior ... Second-team all-league as junior ... Started and lettered three years ... Also lettered four years in tennis and one season in basketball ... Twice all-league in tennis.
PERSONAL: Western Presidential Scholarship recipient ... Major is mathematics ... Both her mother, Lynne, and father, Bruce, played squash at University of Capetown in South Africa, and her older sister, Michelle, is a former all-star volleyball player at Western.
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