Three Players In Double-Digit Kills Paves Way For Second Win Of Day
Utah State Volleyball Earns 600th All-Time Victory And First Of Season With Four-Setter Over Northern Iowa Saturday
USU Believed To Be 102nd Team In NCAA History To Reach 600-Win Plateau; Neves Moves Up To No. 7 On Career Assists List
Aggies Have A Great Deal Of Talent And Depth, Mixing Veterans And Newcomers
Aggies Enter New Conference With Lots Of Talent But Cautious Of Unknowns With New League
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
Women's Volleyball vs New Mexico, 2013
Kamalu, is a 5-11 outside hitter who comes to Utah State from Davis (Utah) High School where she was a three-year starter. She was named to the Utah Volleyball Coaches Association All-Star Team after helping Davis to a 31-2 mark, winning the Region 1 title before losing to eventual state champion Pleasant Grove in the playoffs. This season, Kamalu averaged 3.0 kills and 3.0 digs per set, with a .267 hitting percentage. Kamalu added 0.4 service aces and 0.3 blocks per set. As a junior, Kamalu helped the Darts to the 2011 5A state title, earning first-team all-state accolades after earning honorable mention all-state honors as a sophomore. At Davis, Kamalu played with current Aggie Candace Richins. Kamalu also competed with USA Volleyball club team, qualifying for the Junior Olympic Championships for the last three years.
"We are excited about Kaylie becoming an Aggie. She is a nice volleyball player and will have an immediate impact on our program," DuBose said. "She comes from a competitive background at Davis HS and coach Lori Salvo and her club training as well, with coach Mike Daniel."