UTA extended its home win streak to five straight matches and 10 out of the last 11.
UTA out-blocked and out-dug GSU in the four-set victory at College Park Center.
The Mavericks out-dug Louisiana 9-2 in their Sun Belt Conference opener.
UTA leads the nation by averaging 18.73 digs per set this season.
UT Arlington volleyball placed the most athletes and coaches on the 50th Anniversary All-SLC Honor Roll.
Finished fifth all time in UTA history on career digs list (1,564), also became the 14th UTA player to collect 1,000 career digs... became the 14th all-time member of the 1,000 career kill list (1,071) at UTA... a 2007 Pre-Season First Team All-Southland Conference selection... earned 2007 First Team All-SLC honors... selected SLC Co-Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 15)... named to the Marquette Kickoff Classic All-Tournament team... a Second Team Academic All-SLC selection... played in all 109 games and started in all 30 matches... led team with 299 kills and 355 points... ranked second on the team with 2.74 kills per game, 400 digs and 3.39 digs per game... recorded the second highest hitting percentage in a single match (.722, 13 kills- 0 errors- 18 attempts) among all Southland Conference players... finished ninth in the SLC in overall hitting percentage (.282) and hitting percentage in Southland matches (.288)... collected 162 kills and 226 digs in conference play, ranking second on the team in both categories... tallied 34 kills, 33 digs, eight blocks and a .330 hitting percentage with two double-doubles in the Marquette Kickoff Classic... led team with 15 double-doubles... posted double figures in kills 18 times and had at least 10 digs on 21 occasions... notched at least four blocks 10 times... equaled a career-best 18 kills in a five-game match against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (10/12/07)... posted a double-double (15 kills, 17 digs) and recorded a career-high 50 attempts in four games against Central Arkansas (10/27/07)... marked a career-high 30 digs in the Mavs' five-game regular-season finale against Sam Houston State (11/10/07)... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2007 Commissioner's Fall Academic Honor Roll.
A First Team All-SLC selection... started all 35 matches on the right side and appeared in 131 of the 132 games played... ranked second on the team with 400 kills and third with 495 digs... had only 108 errors in 1,054 swings... ranked second with 105 assists... recorded 76 total blocks... reached double figures in kills in 24 matches, including 13 straight from Sept. 30-Nov. 10...second on the team with 21 double-doubles... started the season with seven kills and zero errors against Seton Hall and followed it up with 13 kills and only one error against Marist... established a new career-best at the net with a seven blocks in a sweep of Grambling State... set her career high with 18 kills against Tulsa... recorded only one error on 48 swings in that match... had a pair of double-doubles to earn all-tournament honors at the ORU Classic... collected 10 kills to go along with a season-high 26 digs in a thrilling come-from-behind road victory over Sam Houston State... recorded 31 kills, 29 digs and nine blocks in a pair of victories over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Texas-San Antonio to earn SLC Offensive Player of the Week honors on Oct. 9...effort began the 13-match stretch of double-digit kills... earned her second SLC offensive player of the week honor with 32 kills and 29 digs over two matches... helped the Mavs lock down the second-seed in the SLC Tournament with 16 kills and zero errors on 32 swings (.500) and 25 digs against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... had a pair of double-doubles in helping lead the Mavs to the SLC Tournament championship match... member of the Capitol One/SLC Commissioner's Fall Honor Roll.
Started all 27 matches and played 98 of the 99 games on the season... ranked second on the team with 304 digs and third with 169 kills... averaged 1.72 kills and 3.10 digs a game... second on the team with 552 attempts... recorded double-digits in kills six times and 18 times in digs... four double-doubles on the season... added a season-high 20 digs to go along with a career-high 15 kills in a road match against Southeastern Louisiana... followed it up with 11 kills in a victory over Nicholls State... posted six straight matches with at least 12 digs... posted three double-doubles in a four-match stretch in October... had 11 kills and 12 digs against Texas-San Antonio and 10 kills and 13 digs against Texas State... posted 13 kills and 17 digs against Sam Houston State just six days later.
Started all 31 matches for the Mavs and played in all 112 games as a freshman... contributed 1.81 kills a game and recorded a .257 hitting percentage... fourth on the team with 203 kills... collected a team best 23 service aces... had career-best three aces against Sam Houston State and Louisiana-Monroe... posted 365 digs, fourth best on the squad... recorded career best 28 digs against Texas State... third on the team with 71 total blocks... her 67 block assists were also third on the team... posted her first career double-digit kill match (12) against Nicholls State... had five double-figure kill matches on the season.
Red Oak High School
As a senior, named the District 14-4A Most Valuable Player...first team all-area Dallas Morning News selection...named to the all-tournament team at the Duncanville Tournament of Champions...member of the Texas Girls Coaches Association East-West All-Star team...was the District 14-4A Most Valuable Player as a junior...member of the 4A state championship squad in 2002...named the state all-tournament Most Valuable Player...also named the all-area MVP by the Dallas Morning News...was a first team all-district selection as a sophomore.
Daughter of Twila and Steve Dacus...born Jan. 7, 1986...parents are UTA alumni... a kinesiology major at UTA.
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