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2006 Gator Volleyball
Year In Review

It's a fairly accepted notion that the old adage "History repeats itself" exists for a reason - namely that it's continuously proven true.

For concrete evidence, look no further than the University of Florida volleyball team. The 2006 Gators sparkled in every conceivable way - just as their UF volleyball predecessors had for each of the previous 15 seasons.

In 2006, Florida again left its mark on the collegiate volleyball world as the Gators tied a Southeastern Conference record with their 16th consecutive league title before advancing to the program's 15th NCAA Regional Semifinal in the last 16 years. But the list of accomplishments doesn't end there - UF boasted the SEC's Player of the Year (Angie McGinnis), had its first National Player of the Week since 2000 (Elyse Cusack), had a pair of All-Americans (Amber McCray & McGinnis) and broke the school records for both kills per game (16.94) and digs per game (18.79), while finishing in the top 30 in the nation in kills, digs, hitting percentage (.292), blocks per game (3.39) and assists per game (15.52).

What Florida achieved in 2006 alone takes countless schools a decade and that tremendous volume of success - perpetual history at UF - again transpired.

The campaign opened in late August when redshirt freshman middle blocker Kristina Johnson began her career with match highs in kills (12) and points (14.0) as UF swept South Florida - Florida's 35th consecutive win against opponents from the Sunshine State.

The Gators were then tested immediately by facing off against No. 24 Utah the following day - a team that went on to rise into the top 10 toward the end of the season. McGinnis answered the call with the second triple-double of her career with 56 assists, 11 digs and 10 kills as she was named the Aquafina Invitational MVP. Marcie Hampton and Cusack joined McGinnis on the All-Tournament team after stellar performances.

The test was just beginning for the Gators as UF hopped aboard a plane and spent nine hours on a flight from Atlanta to Honolulu where Florida was slated to face No. 7 Hawai'i, No. 10 UCLA and Colorado (receiving votes) in back-to-back-to-back days at the Hawaiian Airlines Wahine Classic Sept. 1-3.

Despite playing at 1 a.m. Eastern time on Sept. 2, Florida swept Hawai'i at home for just the 18th time in the Rainbow Wahine's storied history in front of a crowd of more than 8,000 fans in UF's first televised match of the season. Hampton paced the Gators with 14 kills and 12 digs.

Florida had little time to regroup as less than 24 hours later, UF found itself on the court with the eventual national runner-up Bruins. UCLA proved too much for the Gators in a 3-0 sweep, though Florida did hold late leads in both the first and second games.

The Gators rebounded nicely to cap the tournament as Florida swept Colorado - the only team to defeat national champion Nebraska in 2006. Hampton and McGinnis earned All-Tournament recognition for their efforts.

After a lengthy red-eye flight from Honolulu to Salt Lake City, the Gators eventually returned to Gainesville where UF hosted the Campus USA Credit Union Classic. Florida defeated Central Florida in winning its 36th consecutive mach against in-state opponents in front of a crowd of 3,022 fans before McGinnis squared off against her younger sister, Mary, when UF swept Illinois State the following day to close out the tournament. McCray was named the tournament MVP with McGinnis and Kelsey Bowers joining her on the All-Tournament team.

Three days later, the Gators capped their pre-conference slate with a 3-1 victory at Florida State in UF's fourth televised match of the season. McGinnis had seven kills in the match and, in doing so, broke the school record of 279 career kills by a setter previously held by Jen Sanchez.

The Gators opened SEC play with a road match at Georgia and had to face the Bulldogs without Cusack, who missed four straight matches with a stress fracture. Florida persevered and head coach Mary Wise claimed the 500th victory of her career at UF to become just the second coach in school history in any sport to reach 500 wins as a Gator.

Florida then traveled to South Carolina where UF ran into one of the top outside hitters in the nation in Shonda Cole, who guided the Gamecocks to a 3-1 win before being named the AVCA National Player of the Week for her efforts. Kisya Killingsworth certainly wasn't shabby either as the junior became the first Gator since 2002 to reach at least 20 kills and digs in the same match with 23 kills and 20 digs.

UF came home to take care of Auburn in three games on Sept. 20 before the Gators got their block on against Alabama four days later. Specifically, Bowers was a blocking machine with 10 total blocks with the team collecting 16.0 in a three-game win.

The Gators then traveled to Lexington where UF played its only five-game match of the season in a thriller against the Wildcats. McCray was dynamite and finished with 24 kills - including 10 in the fourth game alone.

Florida faced its first ranked SEC team of the season when No. 17 Tennessee came to Gainesville on Oct. 1, but the ranking didn't matter to UF as the Gators swept the Lady Vols in front of 3,250 fans. Florida hit the road for Mississippi where UF first faced the Bulldogs and swept Mississippi State as Wise claimed her 20th win in as many matches against MSU. UF then took on Mississippi two days later and senior Stefanie Douglas toasted the Rebels for a career-high 13 kills on .750 hitting.

UF battled Arkansas on Oct. 13 before a gathering of 5,722 rabid Gator fans - the sixth-largest crowd in school history. The rowdy fans helped UF cruise to a sweep of the Lady Backs to setup a matchup with No. 13 LSU two days later. With the Tigers and Gators tied atop the SEC standings, Florida became the first team in 2006 to sweep LSU as McCray led UF with 14 kills with Florida taking sole possession of first place in the race for the SEC title.

On Oct. 20, South Carolina arrived in Gainesville and Florida avenged its only league loss with a sweep of the Gamecocks as UF shut down Shonda Cole - then No. 2 in the nation in kills per game - with McCray collecting 12 kills to lead the Gators. UF capped the weekend with a 3-0 victory against Georgia as UF made its seventh television appearance of the year. TV watchers and fans were treated as McGinnis recorded the third triple-double of her career with 41 assists, 14 digs and 10 kills as the Gators won their 42nd consecutive contest against Georgia.

Florida went on the road for a televised match at Auburn on Oct. 25 and the Tigers gave the Gators all they had, but UF claimed a 3-1 win with Killingsworth providing 21 kills on .333 hitting. Florida traveled to Tuscaloosa two days later and Bowers had the Tide's number again as she broke the school record for block assists in a match with 13 to give UF its 20th victory of the season.

The win against Alabama setup a classic showdown in Baton Rouge on Nov. 3 with the 11th-ranked Tigers. In front of the largest crowd to watch an LSU match since 1992 (1,684), Florida escaped the hostile environment with a 3-1 win with Cusack breaking the school record with an incredible 46 digs - tied for the sixth most in a four-game match in NCAA history. Florida capped the two-week road swing with a hard-fought 3-1 victory at Arkansas with McCray pacing UF with 20 kills on .543 hitting.

With just four conference matches left to play, Florida held a two-match advantage over LSU. The Gators welcomed Mississippi to the O'Connell Center on Nov. 8 and Hampton helped lead UF to its 24th consecutive win against the Rebels in a sweep. The Gators accomplished the same feat against Mississippi State four days later to clinch at least a share of the program's 16th straight SEC title to tie the Arkansas men's cross country team for the most consecutive conference crowns won in league history in any sport.

But the SEC season was far from over. In the team's ninth televised match of the season, Florida traveled to Knoxville to face the always tough Lady Vols. In a rugged 3-1 victory in which each of the final three games were decided by two points, Florida pulled out a win with McCray leading UF with 21 kills as the Gators claimed their 25th win of the year. It marked the 16th straight campaign the Gators reached at least 25 victories - the longest streak in the nation.

Florida concluded SEC play by returning home immediately after the Tennessee match to face Kentucky on Nov. 19 in another televised contest. The Wildcats were tough, but Florida earned a sweep to cap the SEC season with a 19-1 record - the most wins in league play by any team in SEC history.

The Gators next served as the host school for the Conference Challenge in Orlando featuring SEC teams Florida and LSU against Big East squads St. John's and Marquette. UF opened with the Golden Eagles and claimed a tough 3-0 win as Wise earned the 600th overall victory of her coaching career. On Nov. 25, Florida closed out the tournament by sweeping a St. John's team that entered the contest with a 30-3 record. The victory was the 20th consecutive for the Gators on the season and helped Hampton to tournament MVP honors with McGinnis joining her on the All-Tournament team.

With expectations of playing on the road to open NCAA Championship play, the Gators were pleasantly surprised to find out they would be hosting first and second round action in the O'Connell Center when the selection show aired and UF was award the No. 9 national seed. That meant having to face Florida A&M on Nov. 30 in the first round and UF proved up to the challenge. The Gators hit a season-best .429 in the match with Hampton collecting 21 kills on .559 hitting. Arizona State battled UF in the second round and proved a tough test, but Florida triumphed in four games with McCray collecting 22 kills and Bowers setting the school record for block assists in an NCAA match with 10. The Gators had reached the 30-win plateau for the 12th time in 16 seasons under Wise and had advanced to NCAA Regional Semifinal action for the 15th time in 16 seasons.

Florida hosted regional play in front of 4,180 fans as the Gators battled eighth-seeded Minnesota in the Sweet 16. The Gophers played terrific defense and got the best of Florida in four games before going on to give eventual national champion Nebraska its biggest scare in taking the first two games before falling 3-2 to the Huskers in Gainesville.

2006 was another season for the record books and another campaign of perpetual Gator history. With only two seniors departing from the team and all seven starters returning in 2007, the Gators certainly possess a tremendous opportunity to contribute more to the storied tradition of Florida volleyball.

2006 Team Achievements

  • Won 16th consecutive SEC regular season title (tied a conference record for most consecutive titles in any sport)
  • Made NCAA Championship field for 16th straight season
  • Advanced to NCAA Championship regional semifinal for 15th time in last 16 years
  • Won at least 30 matches for the 12th time in last 16 years
  • Set SEC record with 19 wins in conference season
  • Had at least two All-Americans for the sixth straight season and 10th time in last 16 years
  • Had an athlete named SEC Player of the Year for the 14th time in the last 15 years
  • Claimed UF's first SEC Defensive Player of the Year
  • Had at least two athletes earn All-SEC first-team honors for 16th consecutive season
  • Had six athletes earn All-SEC distinction tying for the most in school history
  • Had at least three All-Region honorees for 16th straight season
  • Finished third in nation in hitting percentage (.292), fourth in winning percentage (.909), eighth in kills per game (16.94), 10th in blocks per game (3.39), 14th in assists per game (15.52) and 27th in digs per game (18.79)
  • Broke school record for kills per game (16.94) and digs per game (18.79)
  • Led SEC in hitting percentage (.292), opponent hitting percentage (.148), assists per game (15.52), kills per game (16.94), blocks per game (3.39) and digs per game (18.79)
  • Attracted an average of 2,425 fans per match, which was eighth in the nation and marked the 16th consecutive season UF finished in the top 10
  • 5,722 fans attended UF's match against Arkansas on Oct. 13 - the sixth-largest crowd in school history
  • 4,180 fans attended Florida's regional semifinal against Minnesota - the most to ever see a regional in Gainesville in school history
  • Finished ranked No. 10 in final AVCA Coaches Poll - the 12th time in the last 16 seasons that UF has ended the year in the top 10
  • Ranked in top 10 of the AVCA Coaches Poll for the entire season (16 polls)
  • Set a team record with a 3.4 team grade point average during the semester with four players - Kelsey Bowers, Stefanie Douglas and Angie McGinnis earning perfect 4.0 grade point averages
  • All 13 players on the team were recognized on the SEC Academic Honor Roll or the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

 

2006 Individual Honors

Kelsey Bowers

  • All-SEC Second Team
  • Campus USA Credit Union Classic All-Tournament Team
  • SEC Defensive Player of the Week (9-25-06, 10-30-06, 11-13-06)
  • ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III First Team
  • .405 hitting percentage was ninth nationally and first in SEC
  • 1.63 blocks per game was seventh nationally and second in SEC
  • 1.64 blocks per game in league matches was second in SEC
  • .388 hitting percentage in league matches was second in SEC
  • 13 total blocks vs. Alabama on 10/29/06 tied for third most in SEC
  • .750 hitting percentage vs. Colo. on 9/3/06 and MSU on 10/6/06 tied for fifth best in SEC
  • 11 total blocks vs. Arizona State on 12/1/06 tied for ninth most in SEC
  • 4.0 grade point average
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll

Alli Cecchini

  • SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

Elyse Cusack

  • AVCA All-South Region Honorable Mention
  • SEC Defensive Player of the Year
  • SEC All-Freshman Team
  • Aquafina Invitational All-Tournament Team
  • Sport Import/AVCA National Player of the Week (11-6-06)
  • SEC Defensive Player of the Week (9-6-06, 10-16-06, 11-6-06)
  • SEC Freshman of the Week (10-2-06, 11-20-06)
  • 5.52 digs per game was 31st nationally and set SEC record
  • 5.57 digs per game in league matches was first in SEC
  • 46 digs vs. LSU on 11/3/06 was most in SEC
  • 23 digs vs. LSU on 10/15/06 was fourth-most in 3-game match in SEC
  • SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

Rhian Davis

  • SEC Academic Honor Roll

Christina Diaz

  • SEC Academic Honor Roll

Stefanie Douglas

  • SEC Volleyball Community Service Team
  • .750 hitting percentage vs. Miss. on 10/8/06 tied for fifth best in SEC
  • 4.0 grade point average
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll

Marcie Hampton

  • AVCA All-South Region Honorable Mention
  • All-SEC Second Team
  • Conference Challenge MVP
  • Hawaiian Airlines Wahine Classic All-Tournament Team
  • Aquafina Invitational All-Tournament Team
  • SEC Offensive Player of the Week (11-27-06)
  • 3.40 digs per game in league matches was 10th in SEC
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll

Kristina Johnson

  • SEC All-Freshman Team
  • .372 hitting percentage was 31st nationally and third in SEC
  • .359 hitting percentage in league matches was fourth in SEC
  • 1.17 blocks per game was eighth in SEC
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll

Kisya Killingsworth

  • NCAA Gainesville Regional All-Tournament Team
  • 3.87 kills per game in league matches tied for ninth in SEC
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll

Kari Klinkenborg

  • SEC Academic Honor Roll

Amber McCray

  • AVCA Second Team All-American
  • AVCA All-South Region
  • All-SEC First Team
  • Campus USA Credit Union Classic MVP
  • ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III Second Team
  • .365 hitting percentage in league matches was third in SEC
  • .370 hitting percentage was 31st nationally and fourth in SEC
  • 3.87 kills per game in league matches tied for ninth in SEC
  • 3.71 kills per game was 10th in SEC
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll

Angie McGinnis

  • AVCA First Team All-American
  • AVCA All-South Region
  • SEC Player of the Year
  • All-SEC First Team
  • Aquafina Invitational MVP
  • Campus USA Credit Union Classic All-Tournament Team
  • Hawaiian Airlines Wahine Classic All-Tournament Team
  • Conference Challenge All-Tournament Team
  • SEC Offensive Player of the Week (8-28-06, 10-23-06)
  • 13.23 assists per game was 22nd nationally and second in SEC
  • 13.40 assists per game in league matches was second in SEC
  • .350 hitting percentage was seventh in SEC
  • .310 hitting percentage in league matches was ninth in SEC
  • 64 assists vs. Arkansas on 11/5/06 was most in 4-game match in SEC
  • 49 assists vs. Miss. on 11/8/06 was fifth-most in 3-game match in SEC
  • 4.0 grade point average
  • SEC Academic Honor Roll

Janine Williams

  • SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

 

2006 Records Broken

Team

  • 3.4 team fall semester grade point average
  • 80 kills in a rally scoring 4-game match
  • 225 attempts in a rally scoring 4-game match
  • 113 digs in a rally scoring match
  • 113 digs in a rally scoring 4-game match
  • 27 block assists in a rally scoring 3-game match
  • 98.0 points in a rally scoring 4-game match
  • 27 block assists in a rally scoring 3-game match
  • 16.94 kills per game
  • 16.94 kills per game in a rally scoring season
  • 18.79 digs per game
  • 18.79 digs per game in a rally scoring season
  • 2,067 digs in a rally scoring season
  • 593 block assists in a rally scoring season
  • 3.39 blocks per game in a rally scoring season

Individual
Kelsey Bowers

  • 13 block assists in a match
  • 13 block assists in a rally scoring match
  • 13 block assists in a rally scoring 3-game match
  • 13 total blocks in a rally scoring match
  • 13 total blocks in a rally scoring 3-game match
  • 1.63 blocks per game by a sophomore
  • 1.63 blocks per game by a sophomore middle blocker
  • 1.63 blocks per game in a rally scoring season
  • 157 block assists by a sophomore
  • 157 block assists by a sophomore middle blocker
  • 157 block assists in a rally scoring season
  • 179 total blocks by a sophomore
  • 179 total blocks by a sophomore middle blocker
  • 179 total blocks in a rally scoring season

Elyse Cusack

  • 46 digs in a match
  • 46 digs in a rally scoring match
  • 46 digs in a rally scoring 4-game match
  • 5.52 digs per game (SEC and Florida record)
  • 5.52 digs per game by a freshman
  • 5.52 digs per game by a freshman libero/defensive specialist
  • 5.52 digs per game in a rally scoring season
  • 535 digs by a freshman
  • 535 digs by a freshman libero/defensive specialist

Marcie Hampton

  • 61 attempts in a rally scoring 4-game match
  • Fastest player in school history to reach 1,000 digs
  • First player in school history with at least 300 digs in first three seasons

Kristina Johnson

  • .372 hitting percentage by a freshman
  • .372 hitting percentage by a freshman middle blocker

Amber McCray

  • .370 hitting percentage by an opposite hitter
  • .370 hitting percentage by a junior opposite hitter
  • 0.90 blocks per game by a junior opposite hitter

Angie McGinnis

  • 171 kills by a setter
  • 1.55 kills per game by a setter
  • 13 block solos by a setter
  • 13 block solos by a junior setter
  • 103 block assists by a junior setter
  • 116 total blocks by a junior setter
  • 1.05 blocks per game by a setter
  • 1.05 blocks per game by a junior setter
  • Fastest player in school history to reach 3,000 career assists
  • Fastest player in school history to reach 4,000 career assists
  • 414 career kills by a setter
  • 1.21 career kills per game by a setter
  • 893 career attempts by a setter
  • .381 career hitting percentage by a setter
  • 12.57 career assists per game
  • 2.43 career digs per game by a setter
  • 29 career block solos by a setter
  • 250 career block assists by a setter
  • 279 career total blocks by a setter
  • 0.82 career blocks per game by a setter
  • 629.0 career points by a setter
  • 1.84 career points per game by a setter

 

In the Top 10 In 2006

Team

  • 113 digs in a rally scoring match (1st)
  • 113 digs in a rally scoring 4-game match (1st)
  • 225 attempts in a rally scoring 4-game match (1st)
  • 80 kills in a rally scoring 4-game match (1st)
  • 27 block assists in a rally scoring 3-game match (1st)
  • 98.0 points in a rally scoring 4-game match (1st)
  • 16.94 kills per game (1st)
  • 16.94 kills per game in a rally scoring season (1st)
  • 18.79 digs per game (1st)
  • 18.79 digs per game in a rally scoring season (1st)
  • 2,067 digs in a rally scoring season (1st)
  • 593 block assists in a rally scoring season (1st)
  • 3.39 blocks per game in a rally scoring season (1st)
  • 207 attempts in a rally scoring 4-game match (2nd)
  • 28 block assists in a rally scoring 4-game match (2nd)
  • 28 block assists in a rally scoring 5-game match (2nd)
  • 18.0 total blocks in a rally scoring 5-game match (2nd)
  • 3.39 blocks per game (2nd)
  • 372.5 total blocks in a rally scoring season (2nd)
  • 75 assists in a rally scoring 4-game match (T2nd)
  • 62 kills in a rally scoring 3-game match (T2nd)
  • 89 digs in a rally scoring 4-game match (3rd)
  • 26 block assists in a rally scoring 4-game match (3rd)
  • 4,525 attempts in a rally scoring season (3rd)
  • 28 block assists in a rally scoring match (3rd)
  • 16.5 total blocks in a rally scoring 3-game match (3rd)
  • 17.0 total blocks in a rally scoring 4-game match (3rd)
  • 98.0 points in a rally scoring match (3rd)
  • 21.65 points per game in a rally scoring season (3rd)
  • 113 digs in a match (T3rd)
  • 80 kills in a rally scoring match (T3rd)
  • 6 block solos in a rally scoring 3-game match (T3rd)
  • 26 block assists in a rally scoring 3-game match (T3rd)
  • 18.0 total blocks in a rally scoring match (T3rd)
  • 184 attempts in a rally scoring 4-game match (4th)
  • 57 assists in a rally scoring 3-game match (4th)
  • 85 digs in a rally scoring 4-game match (4th)
  • 2,067 digs (4th)
  • 73 assists in a  rally scoring 4-game match (T4th)
  • 22 block assists in a rally scoring 3-game match (T4th)
  • 16.0 total blocks in a rally scoring 3-game match (T4th)
  • 15.0 total blocks in a rally scoring 4-game match (T4th)
  • 593 block assists (5th)
  • 372.5 total blocks (5th)
  • 1,863 kills in a rally scoring season (5th)
  • .292 hitting percentage in a rally scoring season (5th)
  • 1,707 assists in a rally scoring season (5th)
  • 76 block solos in a rally scoring season (5th)
  • 2,381.5 points in a rally scoring season (5th)
  • 75 assists in a rally scoring match (T5th)
  • 56 assists in a rally scoring 3-game match (T5th)
  • 84 digs in a rally scoring 4-game match (T5th)
  • 5 block solos in a rally scoring 4-game match (T5th)
  • 4 block solos in a rally scoring 5-game match (T5th)
  • 27 block assists in a rally scoring match (T5th)
  • 92.0 points in a rally scoring 4-game match (T5th)
  • 4,525 attempts (10th)
  • .292 hitting percentage (10th)

Individual
Kelsey Bowers

  • 13 block assists in a match (1st)
  • 13 block assists in a rally scoring match (1st)
  • 13 block assists in a rally scoring 3-game match (1st)
  • 13 total blocks in a rally scoring  match (1st)
  • 1.63 blocks per game by a sophomore (1st)
  • 1.63 blocks per game by a sophomore middle blocker (1st)
  • 1.63 blocks per game in a rally scoring season (1st)
  • 157 block assists by a sophomore (1st)
  • 157 block assists by a sophomore middle blocker (1st)
  • 157 block assists in a rally scoring season (1st)
  • 179 total blocks by a sophomore (1st)
  • 179 total blocks by a sophomore middle blocker (1st)
  • 179 total blocks in a rally scoring season (1st)
  • 13 total blocks in a match (T2nd)
  • 11 block assists in a rally scoring match (T2nd)
  • 1.63 blocks per game (T2nd)
  • 1.63 blocks per game by a middle blocker (T2nd)
  • 157 block assists (3rd)
  • 157 block assists by a middle blocker (3rd)
  • .405 hitting percentage in a rally scoring season (3rd)
  • .405 hitting percentage by a sophomore (3rd)
  • 10 block assists in a rally scoring match (T3rd)
  • 11 total blocks in a rally scoring match (T3rd)
  • 179 total blocks (5th)
  • 179 total blocks by a middle blocker (5th)
  • 23 aces by a sophomore middle blocker (5th)
  • 0.21 aces per game by a sophomore middle blocker (5th)
  • .405 hitting percentage (7th)
  • 10 block assists in a match (8th)
  • 22 block solos by a sophomore (8th)
  • 11 total blocks in a match (T9th)
  • 412.5 points by a sophomore (10th)
  • 3.75 points per game by a sophomore (10th)

Alli Cecchini

  • 2.02 digs per game by a freshman libero/defensive specialist (T2nd)
  • 184 digs by a freshman libero/defensive specialist (5th)
  • 2.02 digs per game by a freshman (T9th)

Elyse Cusack

  • 46 digs in a match (1st)
  • 46 digs in a rally scoring match (1st)
  • 46 digs in a rally scoring 4-game match (1st)
  • 5.52 digs per game (1st)
  • 5.52 digs per game by a freshman (1st)
  • 5.52 digs per game by a freshman libero/defensive specialist (1st)
  • 5.52 digs per game in a rally scoring season (1st)
  • 535 digs by a freshman (1st)
  • 535 digs (2nd)
  • 535 digs by a libero/defensive specialist (2nd)
  • 535 digs in a rally scoring season (2nd)
  • 23 digs in a rally scoring 3-game match (T3rd)

Rhian Davis

  • 2.86 digs per game by a senior libero/defensive specialist (2nd)
  • 315 digs by a senior libero/defensive specialist (2nd)
  • 72 career service aces by a libero/defensive specialist (2nd)
  • 2.17 career digs per game by a libero/defensive specialist (2nd)
  • 0.20 career assists per game by a libero/defensive specialist (3rd)
  • 0.25 career service aces per game by a libero/defensive specialist (3rd)
  • 0.25 career points per game by a libero/defensive specialist (4th)
  • 283 career games played by a libero/defensive specialist (5th)
  • 100 career matches played by a libero/defensive specialist (5th)
  • 58 career assists by a libero/defensive specialist (5th)
  • 614 career digs by a libero/defensive specialist (5th)

Christina Diaz

  • 1.33 digs per game by a sophomore libero/defensive specialist (4th)
  • 81 digs by a sophomore libero/defensive specialist (4th)

Marcie Hampton

  • 61 attempts in a rally scoring 4-game match (1st)
  • 25 kills in a rally scoring 4-game match (2nd)
  • 3.35 digs per game by a junior left-side hitter (2nd)
  • 369 digs by a junior left-side hitter (3rd)
  • 3.35 digs per game by a junior (3rd)
  • 1,196 attempts by a junior left-side hitter (4th)
  • 1,196 attempts in a rally scoring season (4th)
  • 3,225 career attempts by a left-side hitter (4th)
  • 3.14 career digs per game by a left-side hitter (4th)
  • 26.5 points in a rally scoring 4-game match (5th)
  • 3.35 digs per game by a left-side hitter (5th)
  • 3.35 digs per game in a rally scoring season (5th)
  • 3.14 career digs per game (5th)
  • 369 digs in a rally scoring season (T5th)
  • 1,196 attempts by a junior (6th)
  • 3,225 career attempts (6th)
  • 369 digs by a junior (T7th)
  • 3.35 digs per game (9th)
  • 1,089 career digs (9th)
  • 3.35 kills per game by a junior (10th)
  • 8th player in school history to reach 3,000 career attempts
  • 9th player in school history to reach 1,000 career digs
  • 14th player in school history to reach 1,000 career kills
  • 16th player in school history to reach 1,200 career points

Kristina Johnson

  • .372 hitting percentage by a freshman (1st)
  • 2.11 kills per game by a freshman middle blocker (3rd)
  • 110 block assists by a freshman middle blocker (3rd)
  • 1.17 blocks per game by a freshman (t3rd)
  • 1.17 blocks per game by a freshman middle blocker (T3rd)
  • 120 total blocks by a freshman middle blocker (4th)
  • 2.74 points per game by a freshman middle blocker (4th)
  • 110 block assists by a freshman (4th)
  • 217 kills by a freshman middle blocker (5th)
  • 120 total blocks by a freshman (5th)
  • 2.74 points per game by a freshman (9th)
  • 2.11 kills per game by a freshman (10th)

Kisya Killingsworth

  • 27.5 points in a rally scoring 4-game match (T3rd)
  • .352 career hitting percentage (T7th)
  • 977 attempts by a junior (8th)
  • 3.49 kills per game by a junior (9th)
  • 384 kills by a junior (T9th)
  • 20th player in school history to reach 900 career kills
  • 27th player in school history to reach 1,000 career points

Amber McCray

  • .370 hitting percentage by an opposite hitter (1st)
  • .370 hitting percentage by a junior opposite hitter (1st)
  • 0.90 blocks per game by a junior opposite hitter (1st)
  • .351 career hitting percentage by an opposite hitter (1st)
  • 3.71 kills per game by a junior opposite hitter (2nd)
  • 4.19 points per game by a junior opposite hitter (2nd)
  • 78 block assists by a junior opposite hitter (3rd)
  • 82 total blocks by a junior opposite hitter (T3rd)
  • 2.60 career kills per game by an opposite hitter (3rd)
  • 0.76 career blocks per game by an opposite hitter (3rd)
  • 338 kills by a junior opposite hitter (4th)
  • 702 attempts by a junior opposite hitter (4th)
  • 0.90 blocks per game by an opposite hitter (4th)
  • 381.0 points by a junior opposite hitter (4th)
  • 680 career kills by an opposite hitter (4th)
  • 1,412 career attempts by an opposite hitter (4th)
  • 14 career block solos by an opposite hitter (4th)
  • 788.0 career points by an opposite hitter (4th)
  • 3.01 career points per game by an opposite hitter (4th)
  • 3.71 kills per game by an opposite hitter (5th)
  • 184 career block assists by an opposite hitter (5th)
  • 198 career total blocks by an opposite hitter (5th)
  • 3.71 kills per game by a junior (7th)
  • 4.19 points per game by a junior (8th)

Angie McGinnis

  • 171 kills by a setter (1st)
  • 1.51 kills per game by a setter (1st)
  • 103 block assists by a junior setter (1st)
  • 116 total blocks by a junior setter (1st)
  • 1.05 blocks per game by a setter (1st)
  • 1.05 blocks per game by a junior setter (1st)
  • 414 career kills by a setter (1st)
  • 1.21 career kills per game by a setter (1st)
  • 893 career attempts by a setter (1st)
  • .381 career hitting percentage by a setter (1st)
  • 12.57 career assists per game (1st)
  • 2.43 career digs per game by a setter (1st)
  • 29 career block solos by a setter (1st)
  • 250 career block assists by a setter (1st)
  • 279 career total blocks by a setter (1st)
  • 0.82 career blocks per game by a setter (1st)
  • 629.0 career points by a setter (1st)
  • 1.84 career points per game by a setter (1st)
  • 13 block solos by a setter (T1st)
  • 13 block solos by a junior setter (T1st)
  • 13.23 assists per game in a rally scoring season (2nd)
  • 13.23 assists per game by a junior (2nd)
  • 103 block assists by a setter (2nd)
  • 116 total blocks by a setter (2nd)
  • 64 assists in a rally scoring 4-game match (3rd)
  • 1,455 assists in a rally scoring season (3rd)
  • 2.65 digs per game by a setter (3rd)
  • 2.65 digs per game by a junior setter (3rd)
  • 261.5 points by a junior setter (3rd)
  • 2.37 points per game by a setter (3rd)
  • 2.37 points per game by a junior setter (3rd)
  • 4,299 career assists (3rd)
  • 61 assists in a rally scoring 4-game match (4th)
  • .350 hitting percentage by a setter (4th)
  • 13.23 assists per game  (4th)
  • 261.5 points by a setter (4th)
  • 830 career digs by a setter (4th)
  • 64 assists in a rally scoring match (5th)
  • 408 attempts by a setter (5th)
  • 0.24 aces per game by a junior setter (5th)
  • 291 digs by a setter (5th)
  • 291 digs by a junior setter (5th)
  • 49 assists in a rally scoring 3-game match (T5th)
  • 103 block assists by a junior (6th)
  • 1,455 assists by a junior (7th)
  • 1.05 blocks per game by a junior (9th)
  • Fastest player in school history to reach 3,000 career assists
  • Fastest player in school history to reach 4,000 career assists
  • 16th player in school history to reach 250 career block assists
  • 18th player in school history to reach 800 career digs
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