Photo Highlights From Rams vs New Mexico on September 22
2005: Ended the year with 436 digs, just one off the school single-season record and her 4.04 digs per game average broke the school record of 3.90 held by Lindsey Kerr from 2002... Her 3.26 digs per game average for her career is also a school record, bettering Kerr's record of 3.03 from 2001-03... Also ranks 12th on the career assists chart with 278... Named libero of the Mountain West Tournament after averaging 6.17 digs per game over the two matches... Was the first libero of the season and only the third in Mountain West history to be named the Mountain West player of the week after recording back-to-back 20+ dig matches in the road wins over BYU and Utah... Was third in the conference averaging 4.18 digs per game... Started the first four matches of the season as the setter before moving to libero... Notched a career-high tying six aces at BYU and a career-high 27 digs at Utah... Was in double figures in digs 22 times during the season.
2004: Set a season-high in the Mountain West regular season finale with four service aces against Utah... Saw action as a libero, defensive specialist, setter and both left and right-side hitter... In the first match of the season, tallied a season-high 14 digs and twice had two kills in a match... Notched the 500th dig of her career in the NCAA Tournament against Purdue and stands at 500... Played in 28 matches and 71 of the team's 103 games in 2004... In conference play, was second on the team with 2.29 digs per game and was fourth in overall matches with 2.09 per game.
2003 at Seton Hall: Was the 2003 Big East Rookie of the Year as well as the Seton Hall Freshman Female Athlete of the Year... Led the Pirates in kills per game (4.02), digs per game (3.23) and aces per game (0.63)... Also ranked 16th in NCAA Division I in aces per game... Set the school single-match record for kills with 34 against Rutgers on Oct. 14... Tallied 16 double-doubles.
Boulder: Played four years at Boulder and was the team captain as a junior and senior... First Team All-State in 2000 and 2002 and was County Player of the Year in 2001 and 2002.