Orr Leads Way With 22 Kills, Moscoso Dishes Out 57 Assists In USU Debut For Team White; Brainard Tallies 21 Kills While Neves Distributes 45 Assists To Pace Team Blue
Former Aggie Players Amy Crosbie And Erin Cartwright-Davis Will Be Guest Coaches
First-Team All-Big West (2002)
Honorable Mention All-Big West (2001)
Academic All-Big West (2002)
USU This Season: Gives the team a lot of flexibility as she will see action in both the middle and outside during her senior season... Has great ball skills and is a good passer... Can hit off one foot as well as anyone in the Big West Conference.
2002 Season (Jr.): A first-team all-Big West selection after leading the team in hitting (.310), kills (458), attacks (999) and total blocks (120)... Finished fourth in the Big West Conference in kills per game (4.24), and eighth in blocks per game (1.11) and hitting percentage... Named the league?s Player of the Week twice during her junior season... Best match of the season was against Idaho when she hit .607 (17-0-28) to go along with a career-high eight block assists... Recorded a career-high 26 kills at Cal State Fullerton and had a career-high 22 digs versus Texas-El Paso... Recorded at least 10 kills in every match but two on the season... Her 458 kills were the second most ever for a single-season at USU, while her 999 attacks were the seventh most... Also recorded the fifth-best single-season hitting percentage (.310), and the sixth most blocks (120)... Earned academic all-Big West honors.
2001 Season (So.): Named honorable mention all-Big West... Finished second on the team with 361 kills... Hit .228 during the year and averaged 3.28 kills per game... Also notched 28 assists and 19 service aces to go along with 216 digs and 106 total blocks... Ranked second on the team in kills and blocks and fifth in digs... Best match of the season was against Cincinnati on Sept. 7 when she posted then career-highs in kills (25) and attacks (56)... Had a then career-high 14 digs versus BYU in the first round of the 2001 NCAA Tournament... Posted seven block assists against Pacific on Oct. 11... Best offensive match of the season came on Nov. 3 versus UC Riverside when she hit .600 (13-1-20)... Recorded 10 or more kills 20 times during the season and notched 10-plus digs in a match on five separate occasions.
Previous School: Named a junior college All-American in her first season at Salt Lake Community College, finishing third in the nation with 537 kills, averaging 4.51 kills per game... Set a new SLCC single-season record for digs with 322 and her 537 kills ranked second all-time... Hit .249 on the season with 69 total blocks.
High School/Club: A three-year letterwinner at Mountain Crest High School earning first-team all-state honors her junior and senior seasons... Named the Logan Herald Journal Player of the Year her senior year... Led her team to a second-place finish in the state championship as a sophomore, a first-place finish as a junior, and a third-place finish as a senior... Her team won regional championships during her sophomore and senior seasons.
Personal: Born May 28, 1982 in Logan, Utah... One of three children of Perry and Carol Cartwright... A family and consumer science major... Married to T.J. Davis.
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