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Kelsey Smith 11

Kelsey  Smith


Lubbock, Texas

High School:







Baylor Volleyball vs. Texas - 11/04/2006



Baylor Volleyball vs. Kansas State - 09/13/2006

2007: Saw action in 115 games and all 31 matches...Played solely in the back row for all but four matches when injuries forced her into front row rotations at outside hitter and right side hitter...Recorded nine kills against Texas and Kansas State with a .364 hitting percentage against the Wildcats on nine kills and one error in 22 total attacks...Tallied four service aces on two occasions, against Stephen F. Austin and at Texas Tech...Recorded double-figure digs on six occasions and tied her career high with 14 digs at Oklahoma...Tallied 11 blocks on the season, with five against Kansas State and four versus Texas...Season high in points came against the Longhorns with nine kills, one service ace and four blocks for 12.0 points...Earned Academic All-Big 12 second-team honors.

2006: Appeared in 30 matches, seeing action in 79 games ...Recorded 152 kills on the season for a 1.92 kills per game average...Added seven set assists and nine service aces on the year...Tallied 105 digs (1.33 dpg), along with 40 total blocks for a 0.51 blocks per game average...Recorded 10 or more kills in a match on five different occasions, including season-highs of 14 kills at Texas A&M (11/01) and at Texas Tech (11/11)...Tallied four service aces at Texas Tech, playing in front of her hometown crowd...Recorded three or more total blocks on seven occasions, with a career-high six against Texas (11/04).

2005: Missed the entire season after suffering a knee injury during the first week of practice...Named to the fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Rolls.

High School: Earned three letters for the Mustangs and coach Brandi Cantrell, a former Baylor volleyball player from 1990-93, whom Smith said has been the biggest influence on her career...Helped lead the Mustangs to a 40-3 record and a berth in the state finals...Named MVP of the San Angelo Tournament for the second straight year and the Seminole Tournament outstanding hitter...As a junior, helped Coronado to a 33-7 mark en route to Class 5A all-state, all-district, offensive Player of the Year and academic all-district honors...Named team MVP and received the Mandie Moffitt Award...As a sophomore, tabbed District 2-5A Newcomer of the Year and helped the Mustangs to a 28-9 record and a run to the regional semifinals...Off the court, ranked among the top 10 percent of her class and made the honor roll...Also a member of the National Honor Society, the National Spanish Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes...Volunteered with blood drives, food banks, Habitat for Humanity and the Salvation Army.

Personal: Full name is Kelsey Adrienne Smith...Born Aug. 4, 1987, in Lubbock, Texas...Daughter of R. Lee and Ann Smith...Has one sister, Morgan (21)...Majoring in business.

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