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Alexis Crimes
Alexis  Crimes


Rancho Cucamonga, CA

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Career: Stands #8 all-time with 1,236 kills, #10 all-time with 2,422 total attempts, #5 all-time with a .376 hitting percentage, #8 with 80 block solos and #6 with 367 block assists.

2006: AVCA All-America Honorable Mention... Big West co-Player of the Year... first team All-Big West Conference... AVCA first team All-West Region... averaged 3.77 kills per game while hitting .377... led the team with 151 total blocks for an average of 1.39 blocks per game... hit double figures in kills 25 times on the year, including the final 11 matches of the season... in Big West outings she averaged 4.21 kills and 1.25 blocks peer game while hitting an impressive .425... named Big West Player of the Week four times (Sept. 11, Oct. 16, Nov. 20, Nov. 27)... named to the Nebraska Invitational All-Tournament team... season-high 21 kills in a five-game home victory over UCSB... hit .410 (21-5-39) in that match, adding 10 blocks... tallied a season-best 12 blocks, to go along with 10 kills, in a win over UNLV... hit .400 or better 19 times, including a season-high .720 (19-1-25) in a three-game sweep over Albany... had 16 kills in the 49ers four-game win over Pepperdine in the first round of the NCAA Tournament... hit .516 (19-3-31) in a three-game win at UCSB in a CSTV nationally-televised match... had a career-high five aces against Alabama State and a season-best seven digs in a win over Saint Mary's.

2005: First team All-Big West selection... AVCA All-West Region... AVCA All-America Honorable Mention... Averaged 3.62 kills and 1.44 blocks per game (No. 1 in the Big West) with a .378 attack percentage (No. 1 in the Big West)... Had 10 or more kills in 26 matches... Her 131 block assists ranked as the sixth most for a single-season in program history... Notched 13 kills and a career-high 13 blocks vs. Sac. State on Aug. 27 (Her 12 BA vs. Sac. State tied the second most BA for a single match in program history)... Posted a season-high 25 kills for a .467 attack percentage in the 3-1 win over Rutgers (9/9)... Selected to the UNLV All-Tournament Team (Sept. 9-10)... Selected to the USD Invitational All-Tournament Team (Sept. 16-17)... Had a perfect 10-for-10 (1.000) performance against Northridge (Nov. 19), scoring a kill on every attempt -- a new school single-match record for attack percentage (min. 10-19 att).

2005 (Summer): Crimes was named to the final roster for the USA Women's Junior National Team that played in Turkey in July... The tournament ran from July 23-31, and consisted of 12 teams broken up into two pools playing in two different cities... Named "Best Attacker" for the tournament... Crimes along with other U.S. National teammates, were all members of the USA squad that qualified for the World Championships by going undefeated (4-0) and winning the gold at the 2004 NORCECA Zone Championships last August in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

2004: Third team AVCA All-American (one of three freshman in the country to garner All-America honors)...AVCA West Region Freshman of the Year... AVCA All-West Region... Big West Conference Freshman of the Year (she joined Misty May as the second 49er to earn that distinction)... First-team all-conference selection (she was the only freshman on the first team ballot)... Averaged 3.88 kills and 1.25 blocks per game with a .374 attack percentage... Recorded double-figures in kills in 26 matches... Had 14 matches with five or more blocks... In her 49er debut, Crimes notched 13 kills and six blocks vs. Northeastern (9/1)... Registered 13 kills to go along with eight blocks vs. Yale on Sept. 11... Punched out 15 kills (.429 attack percentage) and four blocks in the conference opener vs. CS Fullerton on Sept. 18... Recorded 17 kills and eight blocks vs. San Diego (9/21)... Connected for 22 kills in the 3-2 win over Pacific on Oct. 23... Netted 19 kills for a .317 attack percentage and six blocks (3 BS, 3 BA) in the 3-1 win over Idaho on Oct. 28...Named the Big West Conference Player of the Week and National Player of the Week (Nov. 28) after averaging 4.73 kills and 1.36 blocks per game and a .489 hitting percentage (Nov. 26-27)...Crimes notched career-highs in kills (27) and blocks (nine) vs. Notre Dame (11/27)... Poured in a combined 25 kills and six blocks in wins over American University and Kentucky on Nov. 26... Crimes ranked No. 3 in attack percentage, No. 4 in blocks per game, and No. 8 in kills per game in the Big West.

Etiwanda High School: Graduated Etiwanda HS... Named a Volleyball Magazine "Fab 50" and a Top-10 Player in the Inland Empire, according to the San Bernardino Sun... She was named as the No. 6 recruit for the 2004 class by A three-sport athlete for the Eagles, Crimes also competed in track and field and basketball... She was named the "Most Improved Player" in volleyball... Named MVP of the track team, and a first-team all-league (Baseline) in basketball... Off the court, Crimes was on the Honor Roll, Principal's List, and on the Who's Who among High School students... Competed on the Santa Monica Beach Club for two years... Crimes also competed on the 2003 USA Youth National Team (Summer) in Lake Placid, NY.

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