Junior duo sweep offensive and defensive awards for second time this season
Bears use record performances to takedown Red Raiders
Junior outside hitter sets Baylor record for single-season conference honors
Junior outside hitter matches program record for single-season conference awards
Baylor vs Oklahoma volleyball 11/25/2006
Baylor Volleyball vs. Texas - 11/04/2006
Baylor Volleyball vs. Kansas State - 09/13/2006
Baylor Volleyball vs. Houston. 09/02/2006
BU Volleyball vs ULM - 09/01/2006
2009 AVCA All-America Honorable Mention
2009 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year
2009 AVCA All-Central Region
2009 All-Big 12 First Team
2009 Academic All-Big 12 First Team
2009 ESPN The Magazine CoSIDA Academic All-District VI, third team
2009 Comcast Lobo Challenge All-Tournament Team
2008 AVCA All-Central Region
2008 All-Big 12 First Team
2008 Academic All-Big 12 First Team
2008 ESPN The Magazine CoSIDA Academic All-District VI, second team
2007 Baylor Invitational All-Tournament Team
2007 SMU/Radisson Invitational All-Tournament Team
2007 Academic All-Big 12 First Team
2007 ESPN The Magazine CoSIDA Academic All-District VI, third team
Two-Time Big 12 Player of the Week
Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll
Named one of Baylor's first-ever All-Americans with fellow senior Taylor Barnes, earning AVCA All-America Honorable Mention accolades...Selected by league coaches as Big 12 Defensive Player of Year...Named All-Central Region and All-Big 12 for the second season in a row...Started and played in 33 of 34 matches...Broke BU rally-era career record for blocks (620) and ranks second-all-time...Led Big 12 in blocking with 1.37 per set and 160.0 overall, 29.0 more than any other Big 12 blocker...Led BU in hitting percentage on the season with a .326 clip...Set Baylor single-game record for blocks in a three-set match with 12.0 at Houston...Set a career-high with 21 kills at New Mexico with just one error in 32 attempts (.625)...Named Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week (Aug. 31)...Had at least one block in all 33 matches played, and at least one in last 92 matches, dating back to freshman season...Recorded 13 matches with at least 10 kills, and 17 matches with at least five blocks on the season...Named to the Academic All-Big 12 team and CoSIDA Academic All-District team for the third consecutive season...Also Named to the Fall Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Named to the AVCA All-Central Region team...Named an All-Big 12 first-team selection...Saw action in 95 sets and started 25 matches...Led the league with a 1.45 blocks per set average despite missing six matches with a dislocated shoulder...Blocks per set average ranked seventh in the nation during the season and seventh on the all-time single-season list at Baylor...Also recorded 245 kills and was second on the team with 28 service aces...Tallied one kill-dig double-double and two kill-block double-doubles...Named the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 5...Reached double-digit kills in 15 matches and had five or more blocks on 13 occasions...Hit at a .348 clip or better in 10 matches...Recorded a career-high eight service aces against Prairie View A&M, the best single-match total in the Big 12 during the season and the second-highest mark in a three-set match in Baylor history...Tallied 10 blocks in a 3-0 win against Colorado, the second-best total in Baylor history for a three-set match...Recorded a season-best 12 total blocks at Texas A&M, the second-best total in Baylor history for a four-set match...Earned ESPN The Magazine CoSIDA Academic All-District VI second-team honors...Named to the Academic All-Big 12 first-team...Named to the 2009 Spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Appeared in 114 games and started 30 matches...Missed one match due to injury...Led the Big 12 and ranked 16th nationally with 1.54 blocks per game...Ranks as the fourth-best single season blocks per game total in Baylor history...Named the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week on three occasions, the only time a Baylor player has received multiple player of the week honors in the same season...Only Elisha Polk (three selections from 1997-1999) has as many player of the week honors...Hit .326 for the season, the fifth-best single-season hitting percentage in Baylor history...Career hitting percentage of .318 ranks second all-time at Baylor...Has tallied 327 career blocks, ranking 10th in program history...Career blocks per game average of 1.43 ranks second all-time at Baylor...Recorded 175 total blocks in 2007, the third-best single-season total at Baylor...Tallied 13 total blocks at Colorado, the second-most total blocks in a single match...Also recorded 12 blocks against Mississippi State, the fourth-highest total in a single match...Recorded a season high 20 kills against Stony Brook and reached double-figure kills on 17 occasions...Recorded a hitting percentage of .350 or better in 12 different matches, including a season high .625 clip against TCU, hitting 15 kills with no errors in 24 total attacks...Recorded three service aces against Kansas and Missouri...Recorded a career high 10 digs against Texas A&M...Recorded three double-doubles on the season (kills/blocks against Mississippi State and Colorado; kills/digs against Texas A&M)...Recorded five or more blocks on 21 occasions...Named the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 3, Sept. 24 and Oct. 29...Named to the SMU/Radisson Invitational All-Tournament team...Also named to the Baylor Invitational All-Tournament team...Earned Academic All-Big 12 first-team honors and was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District third-team.
Appeared in all 33 matches, seeing action in 114 games on the season...Ranked second on the team in hitting percentage (.310) and blocks per game (1.33), and is the top returner in both categories...Ranks eighth in Baylor history for single-season hitting percentage at .310...Ranks ninth in the Lady Bear record books for single-season total blocks (152)...Tied for tenth all-time in total blocks per game in a single season at 1.33...Recorded 311 kills on the season to rank third for the Bears...Ranked eighth in the Big 12 in blocks per game at 1.33, the only freshman who ranks in the top 10...Hit .786 (12-1-14) against New Mexico, the highest single-game hitting percentage in the Big 12...Hitting percentage ranked as the second-most efficient match in Baylor history for a three-game match, and the third-highest hitting percentage overall...Recorded 12 total blocks in a match against UC-Davis, the third-highest single-game total in the Big 12...Ranked as the second-highest block total in a four-game match in school history and the third-highest total in school history regardless of match length...Recorded 10 or more kills in 17 matches, including a streak of five straight...Career-high 20 kills came at Texas...Recorded a hitting percentage of .333 or better on 15 different occasions...Tallied five or more total blocks in 16 matches, including a career-best 10 total blocks against Missouri...Named to the fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Earned four letters for Jack C. Hays High School in Buda, Texas, for coach Jo McCabe...As a senior, led the Rebel Jacks to a 30-12 season and the state regional finals...Earned 2005 Texas Girls Coaches Association All-State honors...Texas Sports Writers Association All-State first team...Austin American-Statesman Top 10 Players in Central Texas...Prepvolleyball.com tabbed her High School All-American (Top 150) and a Senior Ace...2005 lonestarvolleyball.com All-Texas first team...Helped lead the West squad to victory in the TGCA All-Star Game...Led the Austin area in blocks in 2005...Four-time All-District 16-5A first team...Two-time team MVP...In the summer of 2005, led her club team to the 18 National Division championship at USA Junior Olympic Championships in Salt Lake City...2005 member of Junior National Training team...As a junior, led her team to a 26-12 record and garnered most valuable blocker honors...As a sophomore, led her team to a 26-12 record and was named most valuable hitter...As a freshman, led her team to a 25-13 record and was tabbed newcomer of the year and listed as one of the top freshmen in the nation...Lettered three years in basketball and two years in track...As a junior, was named all-state and first-team all-district for basketball and led her team to the district championship and the state regional quarterfinals...As a sophomore, was named all-district honorable mention for basketball and led her team to state bi-district title and a trip to the area finals...Off the court, ranked among the top-10 percent in her class...Made the honor roll and earned four-time Academic All-District honors and Academic All-State honors in 2005...Also a member of the National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Leo Club...Volunteered for Race for the Cure, Relay for Life, her church mission trip, Shoes for Kids and community clean-ups.
Full name is Anna Marie Breyfogle...Born Aug. 21, 1987, in Austin, Texas...Daughter of Michael and Natalie Breyfogle...Has one sister, Helen (24), who competed in the high jump for Texas A&M; and two brothers, Paul (19) and Samuel (16)...Her grandfather, Dwayne Snow, ran track for Rice...Majoring in psychology.