No. 6 USC Faces No. 9 UCLA On Friday At The Galen Center
Oct. 30, 2007
Friday, Nov. 2 - 7 p.m. - Galen Centervs. No. 9 UCLA
All times local to game siteAll USC home matches on TrojanTV All-Access/USCTrojans.com
No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. kpg pct. dpg bpg ppg9 Taylor Carico So. S 5-11 1.00 .339 1.94 12.41 apg5 Jessica Gysin Jr. OH 6-1 2.98 .219 2.84 0.39 3.3432 Zoe Garrett Fr. MB 6-3 1.90 .254 0.66 1.00 2.7110 Bethany Johansen Sr. MB/OPP 6-4 1.38 .371 0.41 1.14 2.037 Asia Kaczor Sr. OPP/OH 6-4 4.61 .285 2.30 0.71 5.332 Geena Urango Fr. OH 5-10 0.78 .124 3.04 0.05 1.223 Alli Hillgren So. L 5-8 --- --- 3.57 --- ---
The No. 6 USC women's volleyball team (19-3, 8-3) -- winners of six national championships -- continues Pac-10 Conference play this week at home against No. 9 UCLA (16-6, 6-5) on Friday (Nov. 2) in a 7 p.m. match at the Galen Center. FOX Sports Net will broadcast the match on a tape-delayed basis with Paul Sunderland, Holly McPeak and Karch Kiraly calling the action. Friday's winner will also receive five points towards the Lexus Gauntlet standings.
On The Net
All USC home matches this season will be broadcast on usctrojans.com, courtesy of TrojanTV All-Access. There is a monthly subscription fee in order to watch the webcast.
No. 9 UCLA Notes
UCLA is 16-6 on the season and 6-5 in Pac-10 play after a 3-1 loss to No. 3 Stanford and 3-2 loss to No. 9 Cal at home last weekend. Head coach Andy Banachowski is 1,053-276 in his 41st season at UCLA. Ali Daley leads the team with 295 kills (3.93 kpg) and 258 digs (3.44 dpg) while All-America setter Nellie Spicer has a 12.55 assists-per-game average this season. UCLA defeated USC, 3-1, on Oct. 5 at Pauley Pavilion and leads the all-time series by a 48-41 margin.
USC won two key Pac-10 matches at the Galen Center against No. 9 Cal and No. 3 Stanford. The Trojans and Golden Bears clashed for a five-game battle royal as two of the games went past the 30-point mark. Cal won both of those games including a 39-37 second game. Asia Kaczor registered a double-double with 24 kills and 17 digs while freshman Geena Urango had a season-high 21 kills. Taylor Carico anchored the Trojans' attack with 10 kills and 65 assists while Cal's Angie Pressey had a season-high 29 kills. USC looked to avenge its earlier 3-0 sweep at Stanford, but it was the Cardinal that looked strong after game one after running out to a 24-12 lead. Kaczor provided the firepower though as the Trojans won the match in four games with the senior All-American recording a career-high 28 kills. Carico chipped in another nine kills with 56 assists and eight digs as USC extended its Galen Center win streak to 20 matches.
Southern California Wildfire Relief Effort
Fans are encouraged to bring a canned food item for Friday's match against UCLA, which will be given to victims of the recent fires in southern California. Those who bring a can (one discount per can) will receive $3 off the $10 general admission price.
Court of Dreams
The dream finally became reality on Oct. 12, 2006 as the brand-new Galen Center made its debut. The 10,258-seat arena is located on the corner of Figueroa St. and Jefferson Blvd., adjacent to the USC campus. The arena is named after Lou and Helene Galen, who generously donated $50 million towards the project.
All-Time Great Night
With the debut of the Galen Center, the USC women's volleyball program will honor two former players this season. Paula Weishoff was honored on Thursday (Oct. 11) during the Oregon State match while Debbie Green will be honored on Saturday (Nov. 17) against Washington State. A banner for each player will be permanently displayed at Galen Center.
Weishoff, who was inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame in 1998 and considered as one of the sport's top middle blockers, was a three-time Olympian and named most valuable player at the 1992 Olympics. After playing for USC in 1980, she was a 16-year member of the U.S. National Team and later served as an assistant coach at USC for seven years before her current position as head coach at Concordia University in Irvine.
Green, who was inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame in 1995 and considered as one of the sport's top setters, was a member of USC's first two national championship squads in 1976 and 1977. She was also named to the AVCA Hall of Fame in 2004 and was a two-time Olympian (1980 and 1984). She is serving as an assistant coach at Long Beach State for the women's volleyball program.
The Power of the Pac-10
Six Pac-10 teams are ranked among the top 25 in the 2007 CSTV/AVCA current poll (the most among any other conference), including No. 4 Washington, No. 5 Stanford, No. 6 USC, No. 8 Cal, No. 9 UCLA and No. 19 Oregon.
The Fab (50) Four
Volleyball Magazine rated USC's 2007 recruiting class as the third-best in the nation with four Fab 50 players comprising the group of eight players. The four players are 6-3 middle blocker Zoe Garrett (Laguna Beach/Laguna Beach HS), 6-2 outside hitter Kimmee Roleder (Pasadena/Pasadena HS), 5-10 outside hitter/libero Geena Urango (Los Alamitos/Los Alamitos HS) and 6-4 middle blocker Lauren Williams (Houston, Texas/Stratford HS).
Serving The Nation
Sophomore Taylor Carico and freshmen Zoe Garrett and Kimmee Roleder played for the 2007 U.S. Junior National Team as the squad finished fourth at the Junior World Championship in Thailand. Garrett finished second in blocking overall among all players while Roleder finished fifth in spiking and seventh with 78 points.
Do The Honors
On Oct. 29, senior Asia Kaczor was named Sports Imports/AVCA National Player of the Week, along with being named Pac-10 Conference Player of the Week as USC recorded wins at home over No. 9 Cal and No. 3 Stanford.
Against the Golden Bears, Kaczor had 24 kills and 17 digs to beat Cal, 3-2. In the 3-1 upset against No. 3 Stanford, Kaczor had a career-high 28 kills (7.00 kpg) and hit .328 for the match, adding five assists and 13 digs.
She becomes the fifth player in USC history to be named Sports Imports/AVCA Player of the Week and the first since Keao Burdine earned the honor on Nov. 17, 2003. She earned her fourth Pac-10 Conference Player of the Week honor in her career. It was the 41st time that USC has received a Pac-10 Player of the Week honor.
We Must Protect This House!
After USC's 3-0 loss to Stanford on Oct. 12, 2006, the Trojans have won 20 straight matches at the Galen Center after the loss in the arena's debut.
-- Seven opponents on USC's schedule this season are currently ranked in the Top 25: No. 4 Washington, No. 5 Stanford, No. 8 Cal, No. 9 UCLA, No. 14 Duke, No. 19 Oregon and No. 22 St. John's.
-- Asia Kaczor is third in the Pac-10 Conference (as of Oct. 29) in points per game (5.33) and second in kills (4.61).
-- Taylor Carico is fifth in the Pac-10 with 12.41 assists per game.
-- Geena Urango is second in the Pac-10 Conference with 0.40 service aces per game.
-- Mick Haley needs one win for his 700th Division I win as a women's head coach. He needs one conference win for his 100th Pac-10 victory.
6-4 senior opposite/outside hitter Asia Kaczor (pronounced AH-shuh KA-chor) became USC's 28th All-American by earning AVCA and Volleyball Magazine All-America second team honors after a dominating season last year.
She leads the team this season with 378 kills (4.61 kpg) and 437.0 points (5.33 ppg). She also has 26 service aces (0.32 sapg), 189 digs (2.30 dpg) and 58 blocks (0.71 bpg).
Kaczor has recorded 20 or more kills in three of her last four matches with double-doubles in four of her last five matches.
She opened the season by being named to the all-tournament team for both the Trojan Invitational and the USC Classic. She tied a career-best with 27 kills on Aug. 31 against No. 14 Duke, adding 11 digs for her first double-double of the season. The following day, she hit .464 (15-2-28) against Mercer in her 15-kill performance.
She picked up Pac-10 Conference Player of the Week honors after being named tournament most valuable player at the Sports Imports Classic in Columbus, Ohio. She had a team-high 23 kills in a thrilling five-game win at No. 20 Ohio State with three aces and eight digs and followed that up with 16 kills and no errors (16-0-34) for a .471 performance against Purdue. Against the Boilermakers she also had nine digs and three block assists.
As USC opened the Pac-10 season this year, Kaczor posted 25 kills, 16 digs and six blocks in a 3-2 win on Sept. 21 against Arizona. At No. 10 Cal on Sept. 28, she had a team-high 19 kills with six digs and five blocks. Her team-high 20 kills aided a comeback from an 0-2 deficit for the five-game win on Oct. 2 against UC Irvine.
Against No. 19 Oregon on Oct. 12, she has 11 kills with 10 digs and three blocks in a 3-0 sweep of the Ducks. She recorded 23 kills and 13 digs in a 3-1 win on Oct. 18 at Washington State.
On Oct. 29, she was named Sports Imports/AVCA National Player of the Week as well as being named Pac-10 Conference Player of the Week after USC defeated No. 9 Cal, 3-2, and No. 3 Stanford, 3-1, at the Galen Center. She recorded 52 kills in two matches, including a career-high 28 kills against the Cardinal. She posted 17 digs against Cal and 13 digs against Stanford.
Last season, she earned All-Pac-10 honors after setting a school single-season record with 563 kills, surpassing the old record of 554 held by Jennifer Kessy in 1998. She finished with a 4.94 kills-per-game average and hit .300 on the season (563-181-1,272). In the process, she set school single-season records in addition for attempts (1,272), points (642.5) and tied the mark for points per game (5.64, tied with Bibiana Candelas in 2005).
Kaczor led the Pac-10 Conference in kills, kills per game, points and points per game, as well as tying for fourth in the Pac-10 for service aces per game and eighth in hitting percentage. She passed the previous single-season points record held by Bibiana Candelas (575.0 in 2005) on Nov. 25 against Oregon State. She had double-figure kills in 31 of 32 matches, along with three double-doubles (kills and digs) and recorded 20 or more kills in a match 11 times. Her numbers were just as impressive with a 5.20 kpg and 5.88 ppg average in Pac-10 matches, as well as a 5.19 kpg average and 5.67 ppg average in 14 matches last season against ranked opponents.
She earned most valuable player honors at the 2006 CenturyTel Premier Tournament in San Marcos, Texas, after recording 42 kills (15, 14 and 13 kills respectively) in three matches, hitting .370 on the weekend, adding five digs and seven block assists. Her second most valuable player award came at the Gamecock Invitational (Sept. 8-9) in Columbia, S.C., after she had 43 kills (4.78 kpg) in three matches. She also led the Women of Troy in kills in the 3-0 sweeps against Florida State and South Carolina, hitting .385 for the weekend with six service aces, 12 digs and seven block assists.
After recording 37 kills in two matches against No. 20 Pepperdine (Sept. 14) and No. 14 Purdue (Sept. 15), Kaczor earned her first-ever Pac-10 Conference Player of the Week honors. She hit .351 in the two matches, adding 29 digs for a 3.22 dpg average with three service aces and four block assists. Against Purdue at the Lyon Center, she tallied team-highs with 21 kills and 17 digs in the 3-1 victory. On Sept. 21 at Oregon State, she hit .593 (18-2-27) with six digs, three service aces and three block assists and on Oct. 6 at Arizona State in a five-game win, she recorded season-highs with 27 kills and 31.5 points. She earned her second Pac-10 Player of the Week honor on Nov. 13 after recording 49 kills for an amazing 8.17 kpg average in two 3-0 sweeps on the road at No. 2 Stanford and No. 12 California. She recorded 26 kills and hit .500 against the Cardinal.
Sophomore setter Taylor Carico (Manhattan Beach/Mira Costa HS) will look to build on her success from last year after garnering All-Pacific Region Freshman of the Year and Pac-10 Conference Freshman of the Year honors, as well as being named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman Team. She recorded 1,445 assists for a 12.68 apg average to go with 123 kills (1.08 kpg), a .339 hitting percentage, 26 service aces (0.23 sapg), 255 digs (2.24 dpg) and 83 blocks (0.73 bpg) last season.
This season, she has an 12.41 apg average along with 155 digs (1.94 dpg) for the Trojans. She also has 80 kills (1.00) with a .339 hitting percentage and 42 blocks (0.52 bpg).
In her past four matches, Carico has posted a 13.56 assists-per-game average. In USC's wins over No. 9 Cal and No. 3 Stanford, she recorded 19 kills for a .485 hitting percentage.
She earned all-tournament team honors at the 2007 Trojan Invitational and the USC Classic. On Aug. 31 against Duke, she set a personal best with 68 assists in a thrilling five-game win over the Blue Devils.
She posted 63 assists with four kills in a 3-2 win on Sept. 14 at No. 20 Ohio State. Against Arizona on Sept. 21, she had 59 assists, three kills and 14 digs in the 3-2 victory. In a 3-1 win at No. 10 Cal on Sept. 28, she registered five kills to go with 52 assists, eight digs and three blocks.
On Oct. 2 in a 3-2 win against UC Irvine, she had six kills with 57 assists, three blocks and seven digs. She recorded five kills and five blocks in a 3-0 sweep of No. 19 Oregon on Oct. 12 at the Galen Center.
At Washington State on Oct. 18, Carico tied her season best with six kills, adding 60 assists, seven blocks and four digs in a 3-1 win over the Cougars. She had a career-high 10 kills while hitting .444 with 65 assists, six digs and three blocks on Oct. 26 in a 3-2 win over No. 9 Cal. She answered that the following night with nine kills (.533 hitting, 9-1-15) against No. 3 Stanford in a four-game victory with 56 assists and eight digs.
She finished second on USC's single-season list for total assists (most ever by a freshman) and sixth for assists per game average last season. On Sept. 2 against No. 24 Utah, she collected 62 assists, three kills, eight digs and two block assists. At No. 20 Pepperdine on Sept. 14, Carico came up big for the Women of Troy in a pressure-filled, five-game victory over the host Waves with two block assists and two kills. Against No. 4 Washington on Sept. 29, she had 51 assists in the four-game victory with six kills (no errors for a .400 night), 11 digs, two service aces and two blocks (one solo, one assist).
Carico recorded a season-high 67 assists and 20 digs in a five-game win on Oct. 6 at Arizona State. She had 58 assists and seven digs in a 3-1 loss to No. 4 UCLA on Oct. 20 at the Lyon Center. On Nov. 4 against Arizona State, she had a season-high eight kills (.500 hitting night) with 47 assists and 10 digs in the 3-0 sweep of the Sun Devils. In a 3-0 sweep on Nov. 10 at No. 2 Stanford, Carico had 47 assists with four kills, 10 digs and five block assists. In the second round of the NCAA Tournament against No. 22 BYU, she had five kills (with no errors for a .714 hitting night) with 44 assists, three digs and four blocks.
Carico won the 2005 Andi Collins Award as the nation's top senior high school setter according to PrepVolleyball.com. She was named CIF Co-Player of the Year and state most valuable player in her senior season.
It took two years before USC fans could witness the exploits of redshirt junior outside hitter Jessica Gysin (Los Gatos/St. Francis HS). Hailed as one of the top high school players in 2004, Gysin battled injuries in her first two seasons. She sprained her ankle in 2004 and suffered a left knee injury in 2005.
She has 191 kills this season (2.98 kpg) with 182 digs (2.84 dpg) and leads the team with eight double-doubles.
On Aug. 25 against St. John's, she recorded a career-best 17 digs against the Red Storm and had 15 kills against No. 14 Duke on Aug. 31.
She recorded her third double-double of the season on Sept. 28 at No. 10 Cal with 14 kills and 16 digs. One of her best efforts came on Oct. 2 against UC Irvine when she posted a season-high 19 kills and a career-high 19 digs in the five-game win.
Gysin added another double-double on Oct. 5 at No. 5 UCLA with 11 kills and 15 digs. She had 16 kills and 15 digs on Oct. 18 at Washington State and followed with a 10-kill, 16-dig performance at No. 5 Washington. With USC's home wins on Oct. 26 and 27 against No. 9 Cal and No. 3 Stanford, Gysin had 18 and 16 kills, respectively.
Last year, she finished third on the team with 342 kills (3.03 kpg) and 401 points (3.59 ppg). She was second on the team with 293 digs (2.59 dpg).
Freshman Geena Urango (Los Alamitos/Los Alamitos HS) has 237 digs this season for a 3.04 dpg average and has recently seeing action as an outside hitter.
She recorded 21 digs on Sept. 7 at Utah in a four-game victory and posted a season-high 31 digs in a five-game win on Sept. 14 at No. 20 Ohio State. She had three aces and 10 digs on Sept. 28 at No. 10 Cal.
With 31 service aces this season, her 0.40 sapg average places her second in the Pac-10 Conference as of Oct. 29. She has recorded four aces in a match twice this season (Sept. 1 vs. Mercer and Sept. 15 vs. Purdue).
On Oct. 11 against Oregon State, she tallied a season-high 10 kills, hitting .304 in the match and adding nine digs. She posted nine kills in back-to-back matches on Oct. 18 at Washington State and Oct. 19 at No. 5 Washington, recording 19 digs against the Cougars and 10 digs against the Huskies.
She recorded a season-high 21 kills, taking 47 swings against No. 9 Cal in a 3-2 win on Oct. 26 at the Galen Center.
Bethany's Block Party
Senior middle blocker/opposite hitter Bethany Johansen (San Jose/UC Santa Barbara) led the Trojans in blocks last year after spending the first two years of her career at UC Santa Barbara. Johansen recorded 126 blocks for a 1.11 bpg average. She was fourth on the team with 220 kills for a 1.93 kpg average and her .286 hitting percentage on the season places her eighth among Pac-10 Conference players.
She has a 1.14 bpg average this season on 84 blocks (13 solo, 71 assisted) and has a .371 hitting percentage. She was named to the Trojan Invitational all-tournament team.
Three times this season, she has registered 10 kills in a match and had seven blocks against St. John's (Aug. 25). At No. 20 Ohio State on Sept. 14, she had nine kills, six block assists and four digs.
She recorded six block assists on Sept. 28 at No. 10 Cal in USC's 3-1 victory. On Oct. 5 at No. 5 UCLA, she had 10 kills and hit .714 (10-0-14) with six blocks. She had seven blocks (one solo, six assisted) against No. 19 Oregon on Oct. 12 at the Galen Center. On Oct. 27 against No. 3 Stanford, she hit .636 (7-0-11) in a 3-1 win over the Cardinal.
She recorded double figures in kills eight times during the 2006 season. On Sept. 1 against Fresno State, she had eight blocks (one solo, seven assists) against Fresno State. She registered a season-high 12 kills while hitting .478 (12-1-23) and adding eight blocks (four solo, four assists).
She had 10 kills without recording an error for a .526 performance (10-0-19) on Sept. 21 at Oregon State and on the following evening at Oregon, registered a career-high 13 blocks (three solo, 10 assists) and 11 kills.
It's Greek To Me
Freshman middle blocker Zoe Garrett (Laguna Beach/Laguna Beach HS), whose first name is derived from a Greek word meaning 'life', is making an immediate impact this season for the Women of Troy.
Garrett has 139 kills (1.90 kpg) on the season with 73 blocks (1.00 bpg).
On Aug. 25 against St. John's, she had 13 kills and hit .591 in the match (13-0-22).
At the Sports Imports Classic in Columbus, Ohio, she hit .538 (7-0-13) against No. 20 Ohio State with two assists, three digs and two block assists and .500 (8-1-14) against Purdue with two digs and two block assists.
Despite the team's 3-0 loss at No. 2 Stanford on Sept. 27, she hit .500 with seven kills (7-0-14) and followed up with six kills, three blocks and a service ace on Sept. 28 at No. 10 Cal. On Oct. 2 against UC Irvine, she had 11 kills with two blocks and two digs.
She posted six blocks, including three solos, against Oregon State in a 3-0 sweep on Oct. 11 at the Galen Center. A 10-kill performance came on Oct. 18 at Washington State where she also registered nine blocks (one solo, eight assisted).
The Capital of Denmark
Senior outside hitter Diane Copenhagen (Saratoga/St. Francis HS) is a co-captain this season, coming off a junior year where she earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention recognition in the process. She recorded 455 kills on the year with a .233 hitting percentage and led the team with 42 solo blocks.
Despite an abdominal injury which caused her to miss seven matches, Copenhagen is back in the lineup and playing only in the back row.
This season, she has 149 kills (2.92 kpg) with 130 digs (2.55 dpg) and 16 blocks (0.31 bpg). At the Trojan Invitational, she registered two double-doubles, including a 12-kill, 13-dig effort in a sweep of Loyola Marymount where she hit .393 (12-1-28). She recorded 21 kills and 11 digs against No. 14 Duke on Aug. 31 at the Galen Center.
On Sept. 7 at Utah, she led the Women of Troy with 19 kills and 14 digs, hitting .366 (19-4-41) in USC's 3-1 victory. She recorded two double-doubles at the Sports Imports Classic in Columbus, Ohio, on Sept. 14 and 15 with 18 kills and 15 digs against No. 20 Ohio State and 11 kills with 14 digs vs. Purdue.
With 13 kills and 12 digs on Sept. 21 against Arizona, Copenhagen recorded her 1,000th career kill.
She recorded double figures in kills in 29 of 32 matches and had nine double-doubles (kills and digs) last year. Copenhagen opened the season with 34 kills and 23 digs in three matches to earn all-tournament team honors at the CenturyTel Premier Tournament in San Marcos, Texas. She recorded 23 kills, one off her career best, on Sept. 2 in a 3-1 win against No. 24 Utah at the Lyon Center. She later added another all-tournament team selection at the Gamecock Invitational (Sept. 8-9) in Columbia, S.C. and also had 34 kills in two matches (Sept. 28-29) against Washington State and No. 4 Washington with a 16 kill, 15 dig performance against the Huskies.
Her eighth double-double of the season came on Nov. 10 in a 3-0 sweep at No. 2 Stanford as she had 14 kills with 14 digs, hitting .306 in the match. She had 30 kills in six games during the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament at Galen Center, leading the Women of Troy with a team-high 16 kills on Dec. 1 against BYU. In those two matches, she hit .393 against Ole Miss and .325 against BYU.
Copenhagen played at the 2005 U-20 FIVB World Championships in Ankara, Turkey, with the U.S. Junior National Team as Team USA finished in a tie for 11th place.
King Of The Hill
Sophomore Alli Hillgren (Rancho Santa Fe/Francis Parker HS) gets her first chance at libero, replacing two-time All-American Debora Seilhamer, who set the USC and Pac-10 Conference career mark for digs. As a defensive specialist in her 2006 freshman season, Hillgren played in 24 matches. She recorded four service aces (0.11 sapg) and 18 digs (0.47 dpg) overall. She registered a season-high five digs on Aug. 25 against North Texas.
This season, she has 250 digs for a 3.57 dpg average.
On Oct. 2 against UC Irvine, she recorded 24 digs in the five-game win against the Anteaters and had a 7.00 dpg average with 21 digs on Oct. 12 in a 3-0 sweep over No. 19 Oregon.
She had a career-high 36 digs (7.20 dpg) on Oct. 26 against No. 9 Cal and followed it with 26 digs (6.50 dpg) against No. 3 Stanford.
You're Like Butter...'Cause You're On A Roll
Freshman outside hitter Kimmee Roleder (Pasadena/Pasadena HS) had her coming-out party on Sept. 1 as she led the Trojans to a 3-0 sweep of Mercer with her first collegiate double-double (17 kills and 14 digs).
She is currently day-to-day with a foot injury.
She has 176 kills this season (3.26 kpg) with 110 digs (2.04 dpg) and 34 blocks (0.63 bpg).
On Sept. 15 against Purdue at the Sports Imports Classic, she had 13 kills and 10 digs in the 3-0 sweep of the Boilermakers.
In her first career Pac-10 match, Roleder had a season-high 18 kills and hit .469 (18-3-32) in a 3-0 sweep of Arizona State. She hit .316 on Sept. 28 at No. 10 Cal, recording 18 kills with seven digs and two solo blocks.
She had 13 kills, 11 digs and four blocks on Oct. 5 at No. 5 UCLA.
Roleder was a member of the 2007 U.S. Junior National Team that finished fourth at the Junior World Championship. She was the fifth-best spiker, recording 60 kills and a .389 hitting percentage and finished seventh overall among all players in scoring with 76 points.
Bishop Takes Rook
Senior middle blocker Katelyn Bishop (Terre Haute, Ind./Terre Haute South HS) has been a steady player for USC during her career, averaging almost a block a game in her sophomore and junior seasons.
This year, Bishop has 52 kills (1.118 kpg) and 23 blocks (0.52 bpg) for the Women of Troy.
Setting Out To (Chel)Sea
Sophomore defensive specialist/setter Chelsea Wilson is seeing more action this season as a setter and has 71 assists overall.
She had a career-best 19 assists on Sept. 1 against Mercer.
Her father, Doug, is executive vice president and general manager for the NHL's San Jose Sharks.