TULSA: A three-year letterwinner and starter . . . has played in 75 career matches, including 74 starts . . . has 35 double-figure kill matches during her career.
AS A JUNIOR: Started 27 matches, including 95 games . . . led the team in total blocks (72), block assists (60) and points per game (3.61) . . . ranked first on the squad in service aces (43) . . . posted 258 kills and 33 assists as well . . . earned WAC Player of the Week honors for the week of Sept. 15-21, after hitting .350 in three matches and committing only six errors in 80 attacks, with 34 kills . . . was named the MVP of the Ewing-Grover Olds/GMC Truck Invite . . . finished fifth in the WAC for service aces per game with a 0.45 average . . . posted 12 double-digit kill performances, including a career-best 18 at Rice (11/15) . . . had a season-high four service aces on three occassions.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Started in 24 matches and played in 90 games in 2002 . . . averaged 2.64 kills per game, the third best average on the team . . . recorded 16 kills against Seton Hall and Grambling State . . . recorded double-digit kills in 13 matches . . . was second on the team in blocks with 59 . . . posted 13 double-figure kill performances, including six consecutive during the season . . . recorded a career-best hitting percentage against Centenary (.692) . . . posted six blocks on two occasions, against Texas-Pan American and Seton Hall.
AS A FRESHMAN: Started in 23 of TU's 24 matches in 2001, played in 79 of 80 games as well . . . led the team in hitting percentage (.207) and block assists (52) . . . finished second on the squad in four categories, including games played (79), kills (181), total blocks (57) and blocks per game (0.72) . . . recorded double-digit kills in nine matches, including a season-best 17 kills against UMKC . . . had 10 blocks against Florida International to go along with 11 kills for her first collegiate double-double . . . had five double-doubles on the season . . . recorded a team-best .577 hitting percentage against UMKC.
HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-year letterwinner at Cypress Creek High School . . . was a Houston Chronicle Player to Watch for the 2000 season . . . was named Cypress Creek's Most Improved Player as a junior . . . was selected to the Texas Girls' Coaches Association All-Star Team that played in the East-West All-Star Girls' Volleyball Match . . . played club volleyball with the Texas Elite Volleyball Club . . . her club team finished in ninth-place at the 2000 USAV Junior National Championships . . . helped lead her 2001 squad to a national tournament berth.
PERSONAL: Majoring in speech pathology . . . born April 7, 1983 . . . daughter of Sally and CB Eaves.
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