| Biography - Nicole Savin / Volleyball|
Junior Season (2002): Saw time as both an outside hitter
and a defensive specialist ... recorded 56 kills, 185 digs and
24 assists ... ranked fifth on the team in digs ... established
a new career high with 24 digs against Stony Brook on Oct. 18
... was at her best against Albany in the teams inauguaral
America East match, producing a career-high 11 kills to go along
with eight digs and two service aces ... had five matches with
double-digits in digs.
Sophomore Season (2001): Played in all 89 games, finishing fourth on the team in digs with 204 ... also had 40 service aces and six kills ... recorded double figures in digs nine times, including back-to-back career-high efforts of 23 digs against Army and Central Connecticut ... had seven digs and seven aces in a win over Vermont on October 6.
Freshman Season (2000): Posted 1.56 digs per game ... had a career-high seven kills against Franklin Pierce on Oct. 27 ... recorded a career-best 13 digs against Queens on Oct. 28.
Before Binghamton: A three-year starter at Comsewogue ... named the team MVP her sophomore year ... named all-county as a junior and all-conference as a sophomore... a New York State Scholar-Athlete in both volleyball and basketball.
Personal: Born June 2, 1982 ... parents are Vicky and Frank Savin ... intends to major in business.