Volleyball To Face No. 4 Cardinal Friday, Bears on Saturday

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Oct. 8, 2001

Upcoming Matches
Friday, Oct. 12
vs. No. 4 Stanford at 7 p.m. - Lyon Center
Saturday, Oct. 13
vs. Cal at 7:30 p.m. - Lyon Center

Friday's USC-Stanford match will be tape delayed on Fox Sports West 2 onSaturday, Oct. 13, at 10 a.m. and Monday, Oct. 15, at 1 p.m.

Both matches will be broadcast via the internet at www.usctrojans.com.

The Facts
The No. 3 USC women's volleyball team (10-1, 5-0 Pac-10) hosts No. 4 Stanford (13-1, 6-0 Pac-10) and Cal (5-6, 1-4 Pac-10) this Friday (Oct. 12) and Saturday (Oct. 13). The Trojans and Cardinal put the Pac-10 lead on the line as the two teams are currently undefeated in conference play. Both matches will be played at the Lyon Center. The USC-Stanford match will begin at 7 p.m. while the USC-Cal match will begin at 7:30 p.m., following the USC-ASU football game at the Coliseum. The USC-Stanford match will be tape delayed by Fox Sports West 2 on Saturday, Oct. 13, at 10 a.m. and on Monday, Oct. 15, at 1 p.m. The Women of Troy -- on a nine-match winning streak in which they've won 27 straight game -- are coming off two Pac-10 sweeps with a 30-26, 32-30, 30-15 win at Washington State on Oct. 4 and a 30-28, 30-23, 30-17 win over Washington on Oct. 5.

The Rankings
With wins over Washington State and Washington, USC held onto its spot in this week's polls. The Women of Troy remain No. 3 in the USA Today/AVCA Coaches poll and the Volleyball magazine poll. The Trojans earned a No. 4 final national ranking in 2000 by both publications and opened the 2001 season at No. 2 and 4, respectively.

Recent Matches
vs. Washington State
-- With an outstanding effort from Katie Olsovsky, USC was able to capture a 3-0 (30-26, 32-30, 30-15) road victory on Thursday (Oct. 4) over a Washington State squad which pushed the Trojans in the first two games. Both teams suffered from lackluster offensive performances in the first two games, but USC finished with a .231 attack percentage after a .378 effort in the final game. The Trojans tallied 50 kills, 62 digs and 12.0 blocks in the match. Washington State hit .075 with 43 kills, 53 digs and 7.0 blocks. The Cougars were unable to stop Olsovsky, who collected a team-best 11 kills, hit .556 (11-1-18) and tallied eight blocks for the Trojans. She was aided by Lauren Killian, who hit at a .500 (8-1-14) clip, and Kelli Lantz, who entered the match in the third game and recorded three kills off of four attacks (.750).

vs. Washington -- With her first start this season, Kelli Lantz accounted for six blocks and a .421 attack percentage to lead USC to a 3-0 (30-28, 30-23, 30-17) victory at Washington on Friday (Oct. 5). Despite two close games, the Women of Troy out-hit (.303 to .153), out-dug (50 to 44) and out-blocked (9.0 to 3.0) Washington. The Huskies join the list of 10 Trojan opponents who have hit below .200 against them this season. In her first three-game match of the season, Lantz tallied eight kills off of 19 attacks with no errors, in addition to contributing a career high six blocks. April Ross (10) and Keao Burdine (11) collected double figure kills, Ross led with 11 digs and Lantz, Ross and Lauren Killian all hit above .400 in the effort.

USC Sets Home Match Win Streak
With its win over UCLA on Sept. 21, USC set a new record for consecutive home victories. To date, the Trojans have won 22 consecutive matches at home starting with a 3-0 win over Rhode Island on Sept. 6, 2000. USC's previous record was 19 straight wins set between Sept. 25, 1976, and Oct. 19, 1978.

Another Streak On the Line
Not only is the Women of Troy's home streak on the line this Friday (Oct. 12) versus fourth-ranked Stanford, but so is its current game win streak. USC has won its last nine matches by 3-0 scores, which adds up to 27 straight single game victories. Last season, the Trojans set the all-time program record by winning 38 straight games to begin the season.

Assist Leader(s)
USC ranks seventh nationally and second in the Pac-10 in assist average (15.78 apg), but the Women of Troy don't have a setter ranked in the Top 25 nationally or even among the Top 5 in the Pac-10. This is because USC uses two setters. Running a 6-2 offense, the Trojans boast the talent of both Toni Anderson and Tracy Lindquist. The two see equal time on the court and while they sacrifice individual accolades, together they lead the No. 3 team. Anderson and Lindquist average 8.03 and 6.25 assists per game, respectively.

Lantz Shines In First Start
Before WSU and Washington, sophomore Kelli Lantz had played in only three games this season off the bench. She entered game three against WSU (Oct. 4) and hit .750 with three kills off of four attacks, committed no errors and added two blocks - a performance which earned Lantz, her first start of the season at Washington (Oct. 5). Against the Huskies, she contributed eight kills and a career-high six blocks in addition to hitting at a .421 clip without an error.

Common Connections
Assistant coach Paula Weishoff and Stanford assistant coach Kim Oden were U.S.A. teammates. The two helped lead the United States to a bronze medal finish at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain *** Cal head coach Rich Feller was an assistant coach to USC head coach Mick Haley with the U.S.A. women's national team in 1997-98 *** Cal OH/DS Ashleigh Turner and USC DS Kristen Anderson were prep teammates at Mira Costa High in Manhattan Beach, Calif.

A Scoring Leader?
This season's change to rally scoring has also introduced a new category of stats. Now every kill, block and ace will not only earn a team a point, but the responsible player gets a point as well (just as a basketball player contributes 20 points in a game). The formula is as follows:
points = kills + service aces + solo blocks + 1/2 block assists.
For example, April Ross leads the team with a total of 154.0 points this season (she has accumulated 137 kills, five aces, two block solos and 20 block assists). She averages 4.40 points per game and 14.00 points per match.

We've Got Options
It was just two years ago that the volleyball team only had nine healthy players on the roster. Now, the 2001 roster lists four outside hitters, four middle blockers and five defensive specialists. The depth allows USC to better match-up with opponents, but it does sacrifice individual statistics. No one player has amassed more than 22 kills in a single match this season (April Ross vs. Wisconsin, 9/2). A group of players share the lead in nearly every category - four players are averaging more than 2.42 kills per game, five average more than 2.0 digs per outing and three average more than 1.0 blocks per game.

Stopping the Attack
USC has held 10-of-11 opponents this season to a .121 average attack percentage. Arizona is the only opponent this season to hit above .200 when the Wildcats managed to hit .305 on Sept. 29. But despite Arizona's efforts, the Trojans still dominate at the net overall by out-hitting opponents .323 to .136 (17.42 to 13.39 kills per game), out-blocking opponents by a 1.7 margin and forcing nearly eight (7.8) opponent attack errors per game. USC leads the league in attack percentage and opponent attack percentage.

News-N-Notes
Kelli Lantz had a career-high six blocks against Washington (Oct. 5) *** Trojans have won 27 consecutive games this season (9/6-to date) *** USC has had two 1,000+ crowds this season (vs. UCLA 9/21 and vs. Arizona 9/29) *** Against No. 3 Arizona, five players hit above .400 and the Women of Troy hit .450 as a team *** USC has held opponents to 20 points or less in 18-of-36 games *** USC has won a school-record 22 consecutive home matches *** Alicia Robinson's hitting performance (14-0-20, .700) against the Bruins (Sept. 21) ranks ninth all-time among USC individual match leaders *** Katie Olsovsky collected a career-high nine blocks against UCSB (Sept. 18) and then surpassed a career high with 11 digs against UCLA (Sept. 21) *** Nicole Davis posted a career-high three aces vs. UCLA (Sept. 21).

Rescheduled Matches
The USC women's volleyball matches that were originally set for Sept. 14 and 16 but were postponed due to the tragic Sept. 11 events have now been rescheduled. To accommodate the rescheduled matches, other changes in the USC schedule also have been made.

Match Originally Rescheduled
USC at OSU Fri., Sept. 14 Tues., Nov. 20, 7 pm
USC at Oregon Sat., Sept. 15 Wed., Nov. 21, 7 pm
OSU at USC Sat., Nov. 17, 7:30 pm Thur., Nov. 15, 7 pm
USC at
UOP Bankers' Tour. Fri.-Sat., Nov. 23-24 WITHDRAWN

Haley Begins First Season
Mick Haley begins his first official season as head coach of the Women of Troy. Though hired in 1999 to replace former head coach Lisa Love, Haley completed his term as head coach of the U.S.A. Women's National Team before joining the Trojans. At the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, he led the United States to an unexpected fourth-place finish. Haley coached Texas for 17 seasons (1980-1996) and led the Longhorns to two national championships. He owns a 532-138-1 (.794) Division I career record and a 783-189-1 (.806) overall mark.

Volleyball Makes Move To Lyon Center
USC women's volleyball is making a move back to a familiar place. After playing the last five seasons in the North Gym, the Women of Troy are returning to the Lyon Center in order to accommodate more fans in a more comfortable atmosphere. Home to women's volleyball from 1988 through 1996, the Lyon Center hosted many of USC's top volleyball teams.

Opponent Notes
Stanford (13-1, 6-0 Pac-10)
-- After 'stumbling' last season with a 19-12 overall record, a fourth-place finish in the Pac-10 and an NCAA second round exit, the Cardinal is back on track in 2001. Under first-year head coach John Dunning, Stanford is ranked No. 4 and off to a 13-1 start overall and 6-0 start in the Pac-10 with four returning starters and 11 total returning letterwinners. The Cardinal's only loss came at the hands of top-ranked Long Beach State, 3-1, on Sept. 25. Last week, Stanford played four matches in six days, defeating Santa Clara (3-1), Oregon (3-0), Oregon State (3-0) and Arizona (3-2). The team is led by junior Logan Tom, who averages 4.67 kills and 3.37 digs per game. Sophomore blocker Sara McGee leads at the net, averaging nearly 2.0 blocks per game.

USC-Stanford Series Record -- Of the 100+ opponents USC has faced in program history, only seven own a winning record against the Trojans - Stanford is one of them. USC improved to 12-41-1 (.226) against the Cardinal last season after a 3-0 victory on the road and a 3-2 win at home. It was the first time USC beat Stanford twice in one season. The Sept. 22, 2000, win at Stanford was the first time the Women of Troy defeated the Cardinal at Maples Pavilion since 1977.

Opponent Comparisons Kpg Pct. Apg SApg Dpg Bpg
Stanford 15.92 .286 14.67 1.59 14.67 3.93
USC 17.42 .323 15.78 1.17 16.69 3.19

Cal (5-6, 1-4 Pac-10) -- With a 5-6 overall record and 1-4 mark in conference play, Cal is coming off a 3-0 win over Oregon (its first Pac-10 victory this season) and a 3-1 loss to Oregon State. In conference play, Cal has been swept by Washington, WSU and Stanford. Under the leadership of third-year head coach Rich Feller, Cal returned four starters and 10 total letterwinners this season. In 2000, the team finished 13-15 overall and 6-12 for a seventh-place finish in the Pac-10. This year the team is led by freshman hitter Mia Jerkov and sophomore hitter Gabrielle Abernathy, who are averaging 3.67 and 3.61 kills, respectively. Jerkov also leads the team in digs with 3.17 per game and freshman middle blocker Camille Leffall leads the team with 0.83 blocks per outing. Prior to facing USC on Saturday (Oct. 13), Cal will face Arizona on Monday (Oct. 8) in a makeup game and UCLA on Friday (Oct. 12).

USC-Cal Series Record -- The Trojans own a 30-6 (.833) all-time record against Cal. USC has 17 consecutive victories over Cal after sweeping the Golden Bears 3-0 twice last season.

Opponent Comparisons Kpg Pct. Apg SApg Dpg Bpg
Cal 14.57 .194 13.05 1.89 15.14 1.74
USC 17.42 .323 15.78 1.17 16.69 3.19

Player Profiles (*match-high)

#1 Tracy Lindquist (Setter * Junior)
Did You Know?
Tracy Lindquist played on the AAA Pro Beach Volleyball circuit this summer with her sister, Katie (San Diego '99). The pair qualified for three open tournaments but did not accept any prize money to remain NCAA eligible. In 1999, Lindquist and with former partner Chrissie Zartman (now at UCLA) became the youngest players to ever receive an AAA beach rating at age 18. Keep in mind Tracy is only 5-7!
This Season:
vs. Washington (10/5): 14 assists, *3 aces, 9 digs... vs. WSU (10/4): 17 assists, 1 ace, 4 digs... vs. Arizona (9/29): 25 assists, 7 digs... vs. ASU (9/28): *21 assists, 2 kills (1.000), 8 digs... vs. UCLA (9/21): 17 assists, 1 kill, 6 digs... vs. UCSB (9/18): 19 assists, 12 digs... vs. Utah State (9/8): 23 assists, 9 digs... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): 24 assists, *12 digs... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): 19 assists, 7 digs... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): 23 assists, 9 digs... vs. UCI (9/1): 29 assists, 9 digs, 1 ace.

#2 Julie Mariani (Defensive Specialist * Junior)
This Season:

vs. Washington (10/5): 2 digs... vs. WSU (10/4): 2 digs... vs. Arizona (9/29): 1 dig... vs. ASU (9/28): 1 ace, 5 digs... vs. UCLA (9/21): 1 dig... vs. UCSB (9/18): played three games... vs. Utah State (9/8): 4 digs... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): 1 dig... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): 19 assists, 7 digs... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): 1 dig... vs. UCI (9/1): 2 digs.

#3 Toni Anderson (Setter * Sophomore)
This Season:

vs. Washington (10/5): *25 assists, 1 ace, 6 digs... vs. WSU (10/4): *23 assists, tied a career-high with *15 digs... vs. Arizona (9/29): 24 assists, 6 digs... vs. ASU (9/28): 18 assists, 5 digs... vs. UCLA (9/21): *28 assists, 3 digs... vs. UCSB (9/18): *23 assists, *1 ace, 4 digs... vs. Utah State (9/8): 1 kill (.500), *22 assists, 4 digs, 1 block... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): *27 assists, 1 ace, 2 digs... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): 1 kill, *28 assists, 7 digs... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): *33 assists, *15 digs... vs. UCI (9/1): *38 assists.

#4 Nicole Davis (Defensive Specialist * Sophomore)
Did You Know?

Defensive Specialist Nicole Davis (Stockton, Calif.) owns a black belt in karate.
This Season:

vs. Washington (10/5): 2 digs... vs. WSU (10/4): 7 digs... vs. Arizona (9/29): *10 digs... vs. ASU (9/28): 2 digs... vs. UCLA (9/21): career-high *3 aces, 7 digs... vs. UCSB (9/18): *1 ace, 9 digs... vs. Utah State (9/8): 3 digs... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): 1 kill, 8 digs... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): 4 digs... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): 1 ace, *15 dig... vs. UCI (9/1): 2 aces, 9 digs.

#5 Kristen Anderson (Defensive Specialist * Freshman)
This Season:

vs. Washington (10/5): DNP... vs. WSU (10/4): DNP... vs. Arizona (9/29): DNP... vs. ASU (9/28): DNP... vs. UCLA (9/21): DNP... vs. UCSB (9/18): DNP... vs. Utah State (9/8): DNP... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): DNP... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): DNP... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): DNP... vs. UCI (9/1): DNP.

#6 Jaime Carroll (Defensive Specialist * Sophomore)
Did You Know?

Jaime Carroll is the daughter of USC head football coach Pete Carroll.
This Season:

vs. Washington (10/5): 2 digs... vs. WSU (10/4): DNP... vs. Arizona (9/29): DNP... vs. ASU (9/28): Played one game... vs. UCLA (9/21): DNP... vs. UCSB (9/18): played one game... vs. Utah State (9/8): played one game... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): DNP... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): DNP... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): DNP... vs. UCI (9/1): 1 dig.

#7 Tatiana Kalache (Defensive Specialist * Freshman)
Will redshirt this season... Tatiana is the daughter of former USC men's volleyball great Celso Kalache... Celso was an All-American (1977) and three-time volleyball letterwinner at USC (1973-75)... He helped lead the Trojans to their first men's volleyball NCAA Championship in 1977 and was named NCAA tournament MVP.

#8 Keao Burdine (Outside Hitter * Freshman)
Did You Know?

Keao Burdine's full name is actually Ruth Keao Anuenue Burdine. 'Keao Anuenue' is Hawaiian for 'Morning Rainbow.'
This Season:

vs. Washington (10/5): *11 kills (.242), 7 digs... vs. WSU (10/4): 9 kills (.148), 10 digs, 2 blocks... vs. Arizona (9/29): 13 kills (.500), *2 aces, 2 digs... vs. ASU (9/28): 10 kills (.286), *2 aces, *12 digs, 3 blocks... vs. UCLA (9/21): 8 kills, 4 digs, 1 block... vs. UCSB (9/18): 7 kills (.278), 12 digs, 1 block... Named Aston Imua Challenge Most Outstanding Player... vs. Utah State (9/8): 4 kills (.000), 4 digs... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): *14 kills (.375), 8 digs, 4 blocks... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): *15 kills (.520), *11 digs, 3 blocks... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): 17 kills (*.282), 1 ace, 8 digs, 2 blocks... vs. UCI (9/1): 12 kills (.417), 2 aces, *13 digs.

#9 Emily Adams (Middle Blocker * Freshman)
This Season:

vs. Washington (10/5): 1 kill (.500), 1 block... vs. WSU (10/4): DNP... vs. Arizona (9/29): DNP... vs. ASU (9/28): 1 kill... vs. UCLA (9/21): DNP... vs. UCSB (9/18): 1 kill (1.000)... vs. Utah State (9/8): 3 kills (.200), 3 blocks... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): DNP... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): 1 kill (.333), 1 dig, 1 block... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): DNP... vs. UCI (9/1): 3 kills (1.000).

#12 Kelli Lantz (Middle Blocker * Sophomore)
This Season:

vs. Washington (10/5): 8 kills (*.421), *6 blocks, starter... vs. WSU (10/4): 3 kills (*.750), 2 blocks... vs. Arizona (9/29): DNP... vs. ASU (9/28): 4 kills (.429), 1 dig, 1 block... vs. UCLA (9/21): played one game... vs. UCSB (9/18): 2 kills, 3 blocks... vs. Utah State (9/8): 2 kills (.400), 4 blocks... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): DNP... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): 2 kills (.200), 1 block... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): DNP... vs. UCI (9/1): 5 kills (.556), 1 block.

#13 Alicia Robinson (Outside Hitter * Freshman)
This Season:

vs. Washington (10/5): 1 kill (.000), 1 dig, did not start... vs. WSU (10/4): 4 kills (.000), 1 dig, 4 blocks... vs. Arizona (9/29): 15 kills (*.560), 1 dig, 1 block... vs. ASU (9/28): 5 kills (.286), 1 block... vs. UCLA (9/21): hit *.700 (*14-0-20) - mark ranks ninth among USC match records, 2 digs, 2 blocks... vs. UCSB (9/18): 8 kills (.235), 3 digs, 1 block... vs. Utah State (9/8): 6 kills (.444), 1 block... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): 7 kills (.438), 3 digs... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): 6 kills (.417), 3 digs, 1 block... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): 12 kills (.077), 3 digs, 1 block... vs. UCI (9/1): 13 kills (.310), 3 digs, 2 blocks.

#14 April Ross (Outside Hitter * Sophomore)
This Season:

vs. Washington (10/5): 10 kills (.400), *11 digs, 3 blocks... vs. WSU (10/4): 8 kills (.038), 1 ace, 9 digs, 1 block... vs. Arizona (9/29): *16 kills (.500), 1 ace, 5 digs, *2 blocks... vs. ASU (9/28): *17 kills (.333), 9 digs... vs. UCLA (9/21): 11 kills (.346), 1 ace, *15 digs... vs. UCSB (9/18): 10 kills (.195), *13 digs, 2 blocks... Named Aston Imua Challenge All-Tournament... vs. Utah State (9/8): *10 kills (.273), 1 ace, *9 digs, 2 blocks... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): 12 kills (.294), *12 digs, 1 block... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): 10 kills (.103), 9 digs, 4 blocks... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): *22 kills (.250), 1 ace, 9 digs, 5 blocks... vs. UCI (9/1): 11 kills (.476), 6 digs, 2 blocks.

#15 Lauren Killian (Opposite Hitter * Junior)
Did You Know?

Lauren Killian comes from a long line of Trojans, including her mother and father, her brother, as well as 1 grandmother, 2 grandfathers (who each played basketball at USC), 1 great grandfather, 3 uncles, 1 aunt and numerous cousins. Her father, Don Killian III, was a member of the 1977 USC NCAA championship men's volleyball team. Her brother, Donny, transferred to USC from Pepperdine in 2001 and spent one season on the men's volleyball team. Donny also played three seasons with the Waves and advanced to the NCAA Final Four in 1998 and 2000. With the Women of Troy's Final Four appearance last year, Killian joined her father and brother on the national stage.
This Season:
vs. Washington (10/5): 6 kills (.417), 2 digs, 2 blocks... vs. WSU (10/4): 8 kills (.500), 2 digs, 3 blocks... vs. Arizona (9/29): 6 kills (.400), 2 digs... vs. ASU (9/28): 3 kills (.091), 2 blocks... UCLA (9/21): 4 kills (.250), 1 dig, 4 blocks... vs. UCSB (9/18): 8 kills (.500), 2 digs, 3 blocks... vs. Utah State (9/8): 9 kills (*.538), 1 block ... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): 6 kills (.174), 1 dig, 5 blocks... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): 4 kills (.200), 2 digs, 2 blocks... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): 6 kills (.267), 2 digs, 5 blocks... vs. UCI (9/1): 10 kills (*.714 - no errors), 4 digs, 7 blocks.

#26 Jennifer Pahl (Middle Blocker * Senior)
Did You Know?

Jennifer Pahl, the team's only senior and a three-year starter, is an anthropology major who hopes to pursue a career as a primate curator (she wants to take care of monkeys!). She also uses her athletic skills and strong religious beliefs to travel the world. She spent her summer traveling with Uncharted Waters - a Christian sports ministry organization. With the team, she spent two weeks in Saoluis, Brazil. Last season, Pahl traveled to Sri Lanka, India, and Hong Kong with Athletes In Action.
This Season:

vs. Washington (10/5): 7 kills (.308), 2 digs, 3 blocks... vs. WSU (10/4): 7 kills (.263), 5 digs, 3 blocks... vs. Arizona (9/29): 6 kills (.455)... vs. ASU (9/28): 6 kills (*.500), 4 digs, 2 blocks... vs. UCLA (9/21): 8 kills (.222), 1 dig, 1 block... vs. UCSB (9/18): 6 kills (*.667), 1 dig, 2 blocks... Named Aston Imua Challenge All-Tournament... vs. Utah State (9/8): 3 kills (.143), 1 ace, 7 digs, 2 blocks... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): 12 kills (*.524), 7 digs, *10 blocks... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): 11 kills (*.556), 2 digs, 7 blocks... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): 6 kills (.250), 2 digs, *10 blocks... vs. UCI (9/1): *15 kills (.600), 3 digs, *8 blocks.

#33 Katie Olsovsky (Outside Hitter * Sophomore)
This Season:

vs. Washington (10/5): 7 kills (.211), 1 ace, 6 digs, 2 blocks... vs. WSU (10/4): *11 kills (.556), 1 ace, 7 digs, *8 blocks... vs. Arizona (9/29): 5 kills (.077), 2 digs, 1 block... vs. ASU (9/28): 2 kills (-.100), 6 digs, *4 blocks... vs. UCLA (9/21): 5 kills (.182), 1 ace, career-high 11 digs, *6 blocks... vs. UCSB (9/18): *12 kills (.526), 7 digs, career-high *9 blocks... vs. Utah State (9/8): 9 kills (.429), 1 ace, 4 digs, *5 blocks... vs. Hawai'i (9/7): 6 kills (.455), 5 digs... vs. Cincinnati (9/6): 7 kills (.222), 3 digs, 4 blocks... vs. Wisconsin (9/2): 6 kills (.062), 1 ace, 9 digs, 4 blocks... vs. UCI (9/1): 7 kills (.176), 7 digs, 5 blocks.

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