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#2 Imani Wimbush
Position: Middle Blocker
Height: 6'0"
Year: Redshirt Sophomore
Hometown: Honolulu, HI
High School: Radford
Experience: Redshirt
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2014: Saw action in 26 matches, earning 10 starts as a redshirt sophomore…tallied 123 kills and 57 total blocks, hitting .307 to lead the squad in hitting percentage…started first match of the season, a four-set win at Boise State August 29…blocked a season-high nine shots in five-set thriller with No. 4 Washington August 30…added six kills and six blocks to help Zags beat Pepperdine for the first time in 18 years October 2…tallied season-high 17 kills while hitting .517 October 10 at Santa Clara…also hit double-digit kills November 15 at Pacific and November 22 vs. BYU.

2013: Saw time in all 27 matches, playing 100 sets as a redshirt freshman…earned a spot on the All Freshmen team...led team with 106 total blocks and second with 150 kills…also added 23 digs and three assists…made collegiate debut Aug. 30 at Portland State…tallied first career double-digit kill match Aug. 31 with 10 versus Boise State…saw highest career hitting percentage (.500) Aug. 31 vs. Washington…blocked nine shots Sept. 13 at Montana State…reached double-figures in kills again with 10 at San Francisco Oct. 3…also tallied 10 kills Oct. 17 vs. San Diego…set career high with 11 blocks Oct. 31 vs. Santa Clara.

2012: Redshirted at Gonzaga.

HIGH SCHOOL: Finished seventh in the Hawaii State Championships. . . Earned OIA Championship Game 'Impact Player Award'. . . Named Oahu Interscholastic Association (OIA) White Division first team as a junior. . . Earned Deagu, Korea honorable mention for 'Best Blocker'. . . Named All-Far East Player as freshman.

MISC: Also played basketball. . . Led Radford to OIA White Conference Championship in 2010-11 with a perfect 14-0 record and won the HHSAA Division II State Championship in basketball.

 

 

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