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Kristen Schramek 18

Kristen  Schramek


San Antonio, Texas

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Baylor volleyball

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

2006: Saw action in a team-high 121 games, and all 33 matches...Led the team with 485 digs on the year, a 4.01 digs per game average to rank sixth on the Big 12 list...485 digs on the year ranks third on the Baylor single-season record list...1,234 career digs ranks sixth all-time at Baylor, and first in the rally-scoring era (since 2001)...Needs three more digs to move into fifth-place all-time at Baylor, and 342 digs to become Baylor's all-time leader in career digs...4.01 digs per game in 2006 ranks second all-time for a season...Holds her position as the career-leader in digs per game at Baylor...Recorded 34 digs against Missouri (10/27), the highest single-game total in the conference in 2006...Also ranks as the third-highest dig total in school history in a single match...Tallied 25 digs at Texas A&M (11/01), the highest-single game total for a four-game match in conference play...Total ranks as the third-highest single match dig total in Baylor history for a four-game match...Totaled 24 digs against Arkansas State (09/08), the sixth-highest dig total for a four-game match in school history...Recorded 22 digs in a three-game sweep of Houston (09/09) tying her own school record for total digs in a three-game match...Recorded 10 or more digs on 24 different occasions, topping the 20-dig plateau in seven matches...Recorded five services aces against Texas Tech (09/20), tying her for the second-highest total in school history in a five-game match.

2005: Appeared in 30 matches, including 27 starts as a sophomore...251 digs shy of becoming 10th player in Baylor history with 1,000 for her career...Ranked eighth in the Big 12 Conference and led the team with 3.43 digs per game...Ranked 10th in the league with 3.08 digs per game in conference matches only...Recorded 21 double-digit dig efforts, including nine straight to open the season...Also posted five matches of 20 digs or more...Tied the Big 12 high for the season in a three-game match with 22 digs against No. 7 Missouri (9/28)...Also tied her season-high with 22 digs against Texas State (9/6) and against Kansas State (10/15)...Totaled 21 digs in the season finale against Texas Tech (11/26) and 20 digs against College of Charleston (9/10)...Had a career-high seven assists against UTEP (9/17) and a career-high three service aces against McNeese State (9/3)...Totaled four kills from the libero position...Earned Academic All-Big 12 first team honors for the second straight year...Named to the fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Rolls.

2004: Appeared in all 31 matches, including 26 starts, and played in all but one of the Bears' 113 games as a redshirt freshman...Led the team and ranked No. 10 in the Big 12 Conference with 3.41 digs per game...Ranked eighth in the Big 12 with 3.68 digs per game in league matches only...Third on the team with 49 assists...Recorded 23 double-digit dig matches, including 19 of the last 21...Had at least 10 digs in the last eight matches...Had three matches of 20 or more digs...Posted a career-high 25 digs on two occasions: at Texas Tech (10/13) and at UT-San Antonio (10/31)...Registered 22 digs at No. 5 Nebraska (10/6)...Recorded a career-high three kills against Texas Tech (10/13)...Had a career-high five assists on two occasions, both against Oklahoma, at home (9/22) and in the season finale on the road (11/27)...Earned Academic All-Big 12 frst team honors and was named to the spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2003: Received a medical redshirt after missing her entire freshman season recovering from a broken foot injured during the preseason.

High School: Played at Boerne High School in Boerne, Texas, for coach Rebekah Hajduk...Was named San Antonio's 1999 Freshman of the Year...Earned all-district honors all four years...Also named academic all-district and academic all-state...During her career, was named her team's best offensive player, best defensive player and most inspirational player...Graduated Magna Cum Laude...Member of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta...Active community volunteer.

Personal: Full name is Kristen Elizabeth Schramek...Born March 5, 1985, in San Antonio, Texas...Daughter of Dennis and Melissa Schramek...Cousin, Mark Schramek, played collegiate baseball at UTSA and was a 2002 first-round pick of the Cincinnati Reds, while another cousin, Chad Schramek, played quarterback at Sam Houston State...Chose Baylor over Texas Tech, Lamar, Southwest Texas and UTSA...Majoring in communications.

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