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Dana Weddle
3   Dana Weddle

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Arlington, Texas

High School:
Martin HS

Height:
6-2

Position:
Outside Hitter

Experience:
3L

Club Team:
Texas Advantage


AT TULSA: A three-year letterwinner and starter . . . has started in 78 matches and has played in 261 games . . . has 38 career double-digit kill performances and four career double-doubles.

RED-SHIRT: Red-shirted during the 2004 campaign . . . started all five matches she played in during 2004, including 20 games, before an injury forced her to miss rest of the season . . . averaged 1.90 kills per game . . . also had 12 assists on the year . . . recorded 16 blocks.

AS A JUNIOR: Started 17 of 18 matches, while playing in 61 games . . . led the team in kills against UTEP (10/2) and Louisiana Tech (10/11) with a season-best 17 in both matches . . . had 169 kills on the season to go along with 52 digs and 55 blocks . . . ranked third on the team in kills per game with a 2.77 average . . . tied a career-high with eight blocks against UTEP . . . posted nine double-digit kill performances in nine matches . . . scored a season-best 22.5 points against Louisiana Tech (10/11).

AS A SOPHOMORE: Started in all of TU's 33 matches . . . saw action in 106 games . . . led the team in kills 11 times in 2002 . . . posted a team-best 376 kills on the season, the fourth most in a single season at TU . . . finished with a team-best 3.55 kills per game . . . ranked 10th in the WAC for kills per game average . . . led the team with 100 blocks . . . recorded double-digit kill performances in 23 matches, including a career-best 23-kill performance against Oklahoma . . . posted a career-high eight blocks against Colgate, along with six aces against Louisiana-Monroe . . . became the first player in TU history to hit over .300 for a season, finishing with a .310 hitting percentage . . . ranked seventh in the WAC in hitting percentage (.310) and 11th in blocks per game (0.94)

AS A FRESHMAN: Started in all 22 matches she played, including 74 games . . . missed two matches with an ankle injury . . . recorded four double-doubles, including her first one collegiately against Florida International with a 15-kill and 13-dig performance . . . earned a season-high 20 kills against Boise State in the regular season, then had 19 kills against the Broncos in the WAC Tournament . . . had six matches with double-figures in kills and six more with double-figure digs . . . led the team in solo blocks (18), total blocks (64) and blocks per game (0.86) . . . was second on the squad in hitting percentage (.205), kills per game (2.72), total attacks (531) and block assists (46) . . . also finished third on the squad in service aces (17) and fourth in digs (168) and digs per game(2.27).

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-year letterwinner at Martin High School . . . was selected to the all-district first team in 1999, while leading her high school team to the Class 5A State Quarterfinals . . . as a junior, she set the school record for block assists with 234 . . . helped lead her club squad to a seventh place finish at the 2000 USAV Junior National Championships in the 17-Open division . . . her club team finished 15th nationally in 2001 in the 18 Open division.

PERSONAL: Majoring in biology . . . born May 3, 1983 . . . daughter of JoAn Weddle.