Ten WWU student-athletes honored for third year
Experienced Vikings seek consecutive national berths for first time since 2007
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
COLLEGE: Finished fourth among WWU career leaders in assists with 3,116 ... Unanimous first-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star as senior in 2012 ... Also GNAC academic all-star for third straight year ... GNAC Offensive Player of the Week and all-tournament pick at Western Oregon and Sonoma State tournaments ... Competed in all 28 matches and 96 sets ... Ranked No.6 nationally and led GNAC in assists (11.76 average per set, 1,129) ... Also had 167 digs (1.74), 63 kills, 50.0 blocks (0.52) and 20 service aces ... Had season-high 64 assists vs. UC San Diego on 9/7/12 ... Second-team GNAC all-star as junior in 2011 ... Ranked 17th nationally and second in GNAC in assists (11.20) ... Saw action in all 22 matches and 80 sets ... Also had 160 digs (2.00), 38 kills (.322 kill percentage) and 17 aces ... Had season-high 67 assists in upset of No.24 Seattle Pacific on 11/3/11 ... Played in 18 matches and 29 sets as sophomore in 2010 ... Had 42 assists and 11 digs ... Honorable mention GNAC all-star as freshman in 2009 ... Saw action in all 27 matches and 99 sets ... Ranked second in league and led team with 1,046 assists (10.57) ... Also tied for team high in aces with 26 and had 180 digs, 40 blocks and 35 kills ... Had career-high 69 assists versus Northwest Nazarene on 10/08/09 ... Redshirt in 2008 ... Four letters.
HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Associated Press all-State as setter and hitter and first-team Greater Spokane League all-star as senior at Lewis & Clark High School ... Helped Tigers to 19-5 record and second-place at the Class 4A state tournament ... Team captain ... Second-team state all-tournament and first-team all-league choice as junior on team that was 21-4 and state runner-up ... Played on team that placed fifth at state as sophomore ... Lettered four years and started three ... Had career per game averages of 22.0 assists, 3.2 blocks, 9.4 digs and 2.1 service aces ... Career match highs were 34 assists and 20 digs ... Also lettered three years in track as pole vaulter.
PERSONAL: Major is English Literature-Secondary Education ... Her mother, Julie, who competed at Whitworth University, coached her daughter all four years at Lewis and Clark ... Her father, Tom, played football at Washington State and is the head football coach at LC.
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