Junior Season (2005): Team captain... Played in
all 118 games... finished 25th in the nation with 0.55 service
aces per game... named All-America East honorable mention...
led the team and ranked second in the America East with 65 aces...ranked
second on the team with 92 blocks and fourth on the team with
292 digs... second in school history with 239 career block assists...her
.228 hitting percentage was good for second on the team...ranked
third on the team with 253 kills and 2.14 kills per game...opened
season with four consecutive double-doubles (kills-digs)...posted
13 kills and a career-high 27 digs in win over Niagara...tallied
a career-high 17 kills in Oct. 9 win over Albany...recorded a
career-high six aces against Syracuse on Sept. 6 and a career-high
seven blocks against Stony Brook on Nov. 4.
Sophomore Season (2004): Ranked fourth on the team with
180 kills (1.53 per game), fourth with 283 digs (2.40 per game)
and second with 87 total blocks...reached double figures in kills
three times... had 14 games with double figure digs... posted
two double-doubles (kills-digs)... ranks seventh in school history
with 157 block assists... first on the team with 44 aces... named
to the all-championship team.
Freshman Season (2003): Ranked fourth on the team
with 215 kills (2.17 per game), second with 234 digs (2.36 per
game) and third with 75 total blocks ... reached double figures
in kills seven times, including a career-high 16 against Northeastern
on Nov. 1 ... had nine games with 10 or more digs, including
a career-high 21 against Stony Brook on Oct. 10 ... posted three
double-doubles (kills-digs) ... had a career-high six total blocks
four times ... nailed a career-high five service aces against
UMBC on Oct. 28.
Before Binghamton: An all-league player for Padua
Franciscan ... graduated holding school records for kills in
a match, season and career ... named to the all-district team
and the All-Plain Dealer team ... team captain and MVP and also
won the coachs award and defense award ... named to the
Normandy All-Tournament team ... winner of the US Marines Distinguished
Athlete Award ... PAAF Scholar Athlete.
Personal: Born June 10, 1985 ... parents are Richard
and Dianne Hoag ... majoring in psychology.