| Biography - Anne Crocus / Volleyball|
Junior Season (2003): Named America East All-Conference
for the second year in a row ... named the America East Player
of the Week for Sept. 29-Oct. 5 ... ranked second on the team
with 3.26 kills per game ... set a single-season school record
with a .360 attack percentage ... her 1.50 blocks per game ranked
15th in the country ... led the conference in blocks for the
second straight season and also ranked second in attack percentage
(.360) and seventh in kills per game (3.26) ... reached double
figures in kills in 12 consecutive matches from Sept. 6-Oct.
4 ... named the MVP of the Columbia Tournament for Sept. 26-27
as she posted 50 kills and 18 blocks in the Bearcats three
wins ... had a career-high 22 kills and only two errors to hit
.588 against Niagara on Oct. 4 ... reached double-figures in
total blocks twice, including a career-high tying 11 against
Maine on Nov. 8 and 10 against New Hampshire on Nov. 7 ... reached
double figures in kills 20 times including three matches with
at least 20 kills.
Sophomore Season (2002): Established herself as one of the Bearcats main offensive threats and earned America East All-Conference honors ... compiled a .302 attack percentage to go along with 2.46 kills per game and 1.55 blocks per game ... ranked eighth in the nation and first in America East in blocks per game ... also ranked third in the conference in attack percentage ... became the second person in school history to have an attack percentage better than .300 over the course of a season ... after just two collegiate seasons ranks in the top 10 in school history in solo blocks (84), block assists (186), total blocks (270) and blocks per game (1.34) ... is also the programs career leader in attack percentage (.264) ... recorded double-digit kills in 15 matches and had a career-high 17 kills against Buffalo on Sept. 17 ... recorded double-doubles against George Washington on Aug. 31 (15 kills, 11 blocks) and against Stony Brook on Oct. 18 (14 kills, 10 blocks) ... had 11 kills, eight blocks and seven service aces in a 3-2 victory over Buffalo on Sept. 7 .
Freshman Season (2001): Was a dominating shot blocker, recording a team-high 96 blocks ... also had 158 kills and 23 digs ... twice recorded a career-best nine blocks in a match ... established a career high with 12 kills against Central Connecticut on Oct. 15 ... finished the season on a strong note with 11 kills, four digs and six solo blocks against Marist on November 14.
Before Binghamton: A two-time all-league and all-district selection at Freedom ... named second-team all-state her senior season ... the team captain and MVP her final two years.
Personal: Born Nov. 28, 1982 ... parents are Jackie and Jeffrey Crocus ... majoring in human development.