Todd Named All-Pac-10 Volleyball Honorable Mention
Nov. 29, 2004
PULLMAN, Wash. -- Jennifer Todd, a sophomore on the Washington State University volleyball team, has been named to the 2004 All-Pacific-10 Conference Women's Volleyball honorable mention team, Commissioner Tom Hansen announced Monday from Walnut Creek, Calif.
A 6-2 sophomore middle blocker from Henderson, Nev., Todd led the Cougars this season with 3.66 kills per game, 1.17 blocks per game and 4.62 points per game averages. She was named to the UNLV Classic and the Loyola Marymount Furama Hotel Invitational all-tournament teams. Todd had double-figure kills in 22 of 29 matches this year and was the team's top server with 32 aces. Although she has played for only two years, Todd is ninth in WSU's career block assists with 216 and tied for ninth in career total blocks with 259.
Fourteen volleyball players from the ten member institutions were named to the first team while 14 more were selected to the honorable mention team. An additional seven players were selected to the all-freshman team. Todd was WSU's only honoree for the 2004 season as the Cougars finished with a 5-26 overall record, 2-16 Pac-10 record for ninth place.
Todd sparked the Cougars with 21 kills and 11 blocks in Saturday's 3-2 upset win over No. 6 Southern California at Bohler Gym.