Toa Alta, Toa Alta
University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame Member
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Born in Bronx, N.Y. … grew up in Levittown, Toa Baja, Puerto Rico … inducted into Florida’s Athletic Hall of Fame as a “Gator Great” in 2014.
2021 Season: Saw action in 14 matches and 42 sets … finished fourth in the league with 3,582 points … fourth in Athletes Unlimited with 171 kills and 10 service aces … posted 10 matches with 10 or more kills, including the last four matches in a row … one of two players to record 25 or more kills in a match … tallied season-high 26 kills in Week Five match against Team Larson along with securing 374 leaderboard points … opened season with a 15-kill performance against Team Clark … posted double-double with 12 kills and 12 digs against Team Larson on Mar. 13 … hit season-high .520 with 12 kills and eight digs on Mar. 20 against Team Hunter.
Other Experience: Most recently played for Puerto Rico’s Valencianas de Juncos … has also played professionally in Italy, Spain, South Korea, Turkey and Azerbaijan … competed in 2016 Olympic Games as a member of Team Puerto Rico.
First player in program history to earn AVCA First-Team All-America honors three times … earned All-America honors from Volleyball Magazine as a sophomore … member of 2000 Volleyball Magazine All-Freshman Team … four-time AVCA All-Region selection … recipient of 2000 AVCA Region Freshman of the Year award … named to 2003 NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team … three-time pick on NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team, including two Most Outstanding Player commendations … four-time All-Southeastern Conference selection and three-time SEC Player of the Year … recognized as 2000 SEC Freshman of the Year … owns school career records with 1,815 kills and 2,188.5 points … stands second on Florida’s all-time list with 220 career service aces … eighth in Florida history with 1,320 career digs … led Florida in kills three times during her career … also paced team in service aces and points all four years … ninth on Florida’s single-season list with 519 kills during 2003 season … also holds eighth place on single-season ledger with 627 points as a senior … owns single-season rally scoring era match records with 31 kills and 36.5 points at Nebraska on Dec. 8, 2001 … tallied school-record nine service aces against South Carolina on Oct. 26, 2003 … member of 2003 SEC Community Service Team … recognized as Florida’s Top Female Athlete in 2003.