| Biography - Jacki Kane / Volleyball|
As a Senior (2007): Team MVP named to the all-conference first team for the third consecutive year played in 120 of 121 games ranked first in the conference in blocks per game with a 1.55 average her 186 total blocks on the year set the school's single season record finished her career with a school record 609 total blocks lead the team and ranked eighth in the conference with a .260 hitting percentage recorded a season-high 15 kills vs. Albany on Nov. 2 named Binghamton University's Female Athlete of the Year John Bilos Alumni Award winner America East 2008 Women of the Year nominee.
As a Junior (2006): Started in 30 of 32 matches on the season ... earned a spot on the America East Conference First Team for the second consecutive year ... ranked first in the conference averaging 1.36 blocks per game and third in the conference in hitting percentage with a .271 clip ... recorded a season high 10 blocks against UMBC on Oct. 15 and Stony Brook on Nov. 3 ... hit a career high 20 kills against Harvard on Sept. 8 and earned all tournament honors at the Harvard Invitational.
As a Sophomore (2005): Started all 32 matches and played in all 118 games... a first team-all conference selection ... led the team and conference with 162 total blocks ... led the team and ranked sixth in the conference with a .295 attack percentage ... second on the team with 2.50 kills per game...reached double figures in kills in 16 matches ... tied a career high with 18 kills in a Oct. 14 win over Maine ... recorded 13 kills and 12 blocks on Sept. 17 against Niagara ... named the America East tournament's Most Outstanding Performer.
a Freshman (2004): Played in 72 games
... ranked second on the team and conference with 100 blocks
(1.39 per game) ... second on the team and third in the conference
with .326 attack percentage ... fourth on the team with 2.10
kills per game ... had a season-high 16 blocks on Oct. 15 against
Maine ... recorded a season-high 18 kills against Hartford on
Oct. 9 ... produced four matches with double digit kills and
three matches with double digit blocks ... was named to both
the all-rookie and all-conference second team.