Academic All-Big West (2004)
A talented player that has tremendous touch on the volleyball... Has good size for a setter and will battle for the starting setting position for the Aggies this season... Ranks ninth all-time at Utah State in career assists with 923.
2004 Season (So.):
Ranked eighth in the Big West Conference with 10.09 assists per game, despite missing six matches due to injury... Led the team with a .353 hitting percentage and appeared in 81 games on the season... Was second on the team with 25 service aces... Also averaged 2.32 digs, 0.58 kills and 0.36 blocks per game... Had a career-high 79 assists in a five-game win against Weber State on Oct. 12 and tied her career-high with 18 digs in a five-game win at UC Riverside on Oct. 16... Was averaging 11.03 assists per game prior to her injury and averaged just 1.67 assists per game in her final three matches of the season after returning from her injury... Recorded a season-high five kills on four separate occasions... An academic all-Big West selection.
2003 Season (Fr.):
Appeared in 14 matches and 48 games as a true freshman playing as both a setter and in the back row... Did not appear in the first 14 matches of the season, but did play in each of the final 13... Recorded 106 assists and 104 digs on the year and averaged 2.21 assists and 2.17 digs per game... Best match of the season was against Pacific on Nov. 20, when she recorded a season-high 58 assists to go along with 15 digs, four block assists and two kills... In that match against the Tigers, USU hit .289 as a team... Recorded a career-high 18 digs against BYU in the final match of the season... Had 10-plus digs in four matches... Recorded 26 assists in her first action of the season against UC Irvine.
Played for five straight years on her high school team earning Most Valuable Players honors as a senior... After graduation she played for three seasons on Cegep Beauce-Appalaches Club team, earning first-team all-MVP Quebec honors... Her club team advanced to the Canadian Championships in 2002... Also played in the 2002 Junior World Championships in Portugal with her high school team.
Born Oct. 21, 1983 in Quebec City, Quebec... One of three daughters of Patrice Arsenault and Martine Gagne... Majoring in math education... Wants to be a teacher after college... Last named is pronounced Are-Sa-No.