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Tori Brummett
3  Tori Brummett
RS Sophomore

Redlands, Calif.

High School:
East Valley


Middle Blocker


Rancho Valley VBC


Match notes: Rams open Mountain West Volleyball Championship as No. 1 seed

CSU eyes fifth MW tournament championship


Volleyball recap: CSU's comeback attempt falls short to TCU

Loss snaps Rams' seven-match win streak


Match notes: Rams conference title, revenge vs. Wyoming

Senior Steffan to be honored


Volleyball recap: Rams sweep second-place Aztecs

Rams stretch win streak to five, stay atop MW


Match notes: Rams host second-place SDSU, UNLV

CSU looks to expand on 12-set win streak


2011 Mountain West volleyball touranment champions

CSU vs. UNLV in the 2011 MW Volleyball Championship finals. CSU won its fifth tournament championship.


CSU volleyball vs. New Mexico

Photos from CSU's 3-0 sweep over New Mexico on Oct. 13.


CSU vs. Nova KBM

CSU volleyball vs. Nova KBM - 9-8-11


CSU volleyball vs. Albany

CSU volleyball defeats Albany, 3-0, on Sept. 3, at Moby Arena


No. 15 CSU volleyball vs. No. 5 Nebraska - 9-2-11

No. 15 CSU volleyball vs. No. 5 Nebraska - 9-2-11

2011 (Junior): Recorded 109 kills, one of five players with at least 100 kills... Did so with efficiency, hitting .291, ninth in the MW... Also recorded 0.77 blocks per set, fifth on the team... Saw action in 79 sets during her sophomore season, receiving 19 starts... In the championship game of the Mountain West tournament (Nov. 20 vs. UNLV), recorded a career-high 13 digs, more than doubling her previous high of six... One week prior, at TCU (Nov. 10), recorded a season-best seven block assists and tied a career high with eight total blocks... Hit .364 against Wyoming (Nov. 4), tallying six kills, in addition to three block assists... Had seven kills on nine attempts with no errors at Boise State (Oct. 20), setting a career high hitting percentage of .778... Tied a career high with eight kills in five-set win at UNLV (Sept. 29), including three on three attempts in the second set... Was the difference-maker between Sets 2 and 3 vs. then-No. 5 Nebraska (Sept. 2), coming off the bench to record eight kills and a .571 hitting percentage (8-0-14)... Named player of the match for her efforts.

2010 (Freshman): As a redshirt freshman, appeared in 12 matches, including eight non-conference matches...Recorded her best performance of the season in a win over UNLV (Nov. 4), tallying five points and a career-high eight total blocks...Recorded a personal-best five kills in the game vs. the Rebels...Led the Rams with five blocks in win over Northeastern (Sept. 11).

2009 (Redshirt): Granted a medical redshirt in 2009...Appeared In four matches (six sets), recording four kills, three assisted blocks and one service ace before suffering an injury.

High School: Helped lead the East Valley Wildcats to a Southern Section regional state championship (2008-09) and conference championships all four years...During her freshman year, the Wildcats were 14-0, the best season in school history...Named first-team all-conference her senior year...Named MVP her freshman year... An honor roll student...Varsity letter winner...High school coach was Tricia Vansant.

Personal: Born on April 22, 1991, in Loma Linda, Calif. ...Daughter of Geoffrey Brummett and Elizabeth and Paul Brock... Has two brothers and one sister... Full name is Victoria Elizabeth Brummett...Is a health & exercise science major at CSU.


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