Emily Nedderman
Emily  Nedderman



High School:
Colleyville Heritage

Last College:
Wake Forest





VB: Magical run for 1989 Final Four team

The 1989 UTA volleyball team earned 25 straight wins, a fifth straight Southland title and a trip to the Final Four.

2007 (Senior)
Finished career ranking in five all-time UTA statistical categories, including sixth in career assists (3,489), sixth in career block assists (304), tied for eighth in career total blocks (325), 10th in career hitting percentage (.263) and tying the school record for block assists in a five-game match with 10 against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... named a First Team Pre-Season All-Southland Conference selection... selected Second Team All-SLC... First Team Academic All-SLC pick... named to the Marquette Kickoff Classic All-Tournament team... played in all 109 games and started in all 30 matches... led Mavericks in assists (1,137), service aces (36) and solo blocks (11)... ranked fifth in the conference and 166th in the NCAA averaging 10.43 assists per game... tied for fourth in the SLC for most blocks in a single match (10)... ranked third in the SLC during conference play averaging 10.91 assists per game... ranked seventh among league players averaging 1.16 blocks per game in SLC play... posted 125 assists (11.36/game), including a triple-double (10 kills, 46 assists, 11 digs) against Miami (Fla.) in the Marquette Kickoff Classic... collected at least 40 assists in a match 12 times, posted over 50 assists once and tallied one 60-assist match... recorded 11 double-doubles... led team in service aces nine times... led team in blocks on seven occasions and was the team leader in assists in every match... tallied 52 assists and 10 blocks in five games against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (10/12/07)... notched double-double with a career-high 22 digs and a season-high 63 assists in the Mavs regular-season finale against Sam Houston State... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2007 Commissioner's Fall Academic Honor Roll.

2006 (Junior)
Second Team All-Southland Conference selection and First Team Academic All-SLC honoree... one of only two players to start all 35 matches and play in all 132 games... team leader with a .280 hitting percentage... record 207 kills to become just the second setter in school history to record 200 kills (Shawn Sweeten, 214 in 1987 and 1989)...handed out 1,476 assists, ranking sixth on the single-season list... led the team and the Southland Conference with 63 service aces... ranked second on the team with 136 total blocks... her 131 blocks were the fifth most in a single season and the most ever by a setter... had 15 double-digit digs matches and finished the season with 309 digs... averaged 11.3 assists a game to earn all-tournament honors at the Asics/Delaware Invitational... recorded her first triple-double of the season with 49 assists, 10 digs and 10 blocks in a come-from-behind victory over TCU in the home opener... served up a career-best six aces in a victory over Grambling State... recorded a career-best 19 digs in a victory over Louisiana-Lafayette... followed it up the next day with a 11 kill, 59 assist, 10 dig triple-double against Duquesne... added four service aces in the match... efforts earned her all-tournament honors at the Arlington Hilton/UTA Invitational... needed only three games to record her third triple-double of the season against Arkansas-Little Rock... efforts earned her SLC Offensive Player of the Week honors... opened conference play with eight kills, 50 assists, eight digs and six blocks against Texas State... recorded nine kills, 56 assists, nine digs and seven blocks in a come-from-behind victory over Sam Houston State... had 10 kills, 40 assists and 12 digs for her fourth triple-double against Lamar... recorded 16 kills and only one error in three matches in the SLC Tournament... added 131 assists, 21 digs and 10 blocks in the three matches... named to Capitol One/SLC All-Academic first team... member of the Capitol One/SLC Commissioner's Fall Honor Roll.

2005 (Sophomore)
Appeared in all 27 matches, playing in 98 of the 99 games... dished out a team-best 876 assists... set up her teammates 64 times in a five-game match against Louisiana-Monroe... delivered 52 helpers in a home match against Iowa... had at least 40 assists in 12 matches... recorded 129 kills in the season... had season-high 12 kills against Sam Houston State... added 13 digs and 46 assists for one of only three triple-doubles in the SLC... second on the team in total blocks with 79...had two of her five solo blocks against Lamar... had nine block assists against Texas-San Antonio... ranked second on the team with 14 service aces... delivered a pair of aces against Prairie View A&M, Oklahoma and Texas State... had 183 digs, including season-high 15 against Rutgers.

2004 (Freshman at Wake Forest)
Played her freshman season at Wake Forest... played in 13 games and eight matches... earned three starts... opened the year against Connecticut with one kill and four assists... also notched a dig... played in two games against Tennessee-Martin and had 18 assists and four digs... found playing time in the Virginia match but didn't record any stats... played in three games against Georgia Tech and had 24 assists and four digs... also recorded her first and only solo block of the year... had a career night against Winthrop with 25 assists, three kills and two digs.

Colleyville Heritage High School
School record holder in career kills and assists at CHHS...honored as the 2000 District 5-5A Newcomer of the Year...selected to the first team all-district team in 2001 and 2002...selected a first-team all-district pick in 2002 and second team all-area in 2002...named to the 2002 and 2003 Skyline Tournament all-tournament team... was the 2003 Advantage Sports Invitational Tournament MVP... earned the distinction of the 2003 District 5-5A Most Valuable Player... selected to the 2003 all-area team... was a member of the principal's honor roll and an AP scholar.

Daughter of Barbara and John Nedderman... Born Jan. 17, 1986...is the granddaughter of former UTA President Wendell Nedderman...a political science major at UTA.


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