1,192 student-athletes have earned bachelor's degree since joining Big 12 Conference.
Baylor will look to avenge a 3-0 loss from earlier this season
Due to travel conflicts the match was moved back
Senior Jordan Rice earned the honor for the second time
Baylor volleyball vs Oklahoma, 9/21/11
Three-Time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll
Saw action in all 31 matches, starting 13 while splitting time at setter with Kate Harris in a 6-2 system...Ranked second on the team in assists (602) and assists per set at 5.29...Recorded 14 matches with at least 20 assists, including four with at least 30...Had a career-high and team season-best of 34 assists in a 3-1 win at Kansas...Tallied 12 assist-dig doubles-doubles on the season...Recorded 12 matches with at least 10 digs, including a season-high 16 against Northern Iowa...Managed 24 kills from her setter position, including a career-high three versus Northern Iowa...Hit .352 on the year with 24 kills and five errors in 52 attempts...Served 10 aces on the season, with two at Oklahoma...Named to the fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Saw action in five matches at setter...Averaged 4.83 assists per set to rank second on the team in that category...Recorded 29 total set assists, along with four digs, four blocks and one kill in six total sets...Had a season-best 16 assists, two digs, two blocks and one kill against UTSA in the Holiday Inn and Suites Baylor Classic.
Appeared in 82 sets in 27 matches while making four starts...Dished out 32 set assists and added 160 digs...Recorded nine service aces on the year...Registered 157 digs and tallied a 2.45 digs per set average in 17 matches in the stating rotation...Career-high 19 digs came in her first-career start at Missouri...Dished out a career-high nine assists against UTSA...Reached double-figure digs on six occasions.
Four-year letterwinner at Abraham Lincoln High School for head coach Troy Gilb...Named the 2007 Iowa Player of the Year as a senior...Also earned Gatorade Player of the Year and All-American honors as a senior...Led her team to a conference championship and a third-place finish at the state tournament in 2007...The four-year starter was a three-time All-Western Iowa selection and three-time all-conference selection...Earned the Nebraska Team Camp Most Valuable Player Award in 2006...Also earned four letters in basketball as a three-year varsity starter...Was a two-time state qualifier in the hurdles and competed on season on the tennis team...Was a member of the honor roll and a Missouri River Conference All-Academic Team selection...Volunteered at a nursing home and was active in church activities...Winter Dance Court nominee and the school representative for "Enjoy Reading."
Full name is Brittany Ann Ridenour...Born Nov. 29, 1989, in Council Bluffs, Iowa...Daughter of John and Carolyn Ridenour...Has a brother Gil and sister Minette ...Gil ran track at Iowa State and Minette played volleyball at San Diego State...Majoring in art history.