1 Emmy Allen
Zags see best record, WCC finish in over 20 years
Senior finishes fifth in the WCC with 377 kills, 3.59 per set
Douglass, Ferris WCC All-Academic; Allen, Folger Honorable Mention
Come back twice in five-set victory; Ferris tallies 1,000th kill in final match
Zags beat Saint Mary's 3-1; Douglass reaches 1,000 career digs
Photos from Saturday, Nov. 19's Senior Day match against Saint Mary's.
Photos from the Zags' match against Loyola Marymount, Thursday, November 3, 2016.
Photos from Gonzaga vs. Portland on Saturday, October 22nd, 2016.
Photos from the Zags' match against BYU on Saturday, October 15, 2016.
Photos from Gonzaga vs. Santa Clara on Thursday, September 29, 2016
2016: First Team All-West WCC...WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention...played all 105 sets and 28 matches, starting 27 as a senior...led team and finished fifth in WCC with 377 kills, 3.59 per set...also added 186 digs, 53 blocks, and 18 aces...reached double-digit kills 23 times, including three 20-match kills...began season with 21 kills Aug. 26 versus Butler...added 29 a day later versus Utah...posted first of four double-doubles Aug. 27 versus Idaho State to clinch spot on 2016 Utah Volleyball Classic All-Tournament Team...17 kills and 10 digs Sept. 10 versus Southern Utah...hit .526, getting 11 kills on 19 attacks Oct. 1 versus San Francisco...powered GU to first-ever win at Pepperdine with 16 kills, 11 digs Oct. 6...became second Zag to land 30 kills in one match during rally scoring era with 30 kills in five-set win versus Pepperdine Nov. 5...ended career with 11-kill, 16-dig double-double Nov. 21 at Portland.
2015: Started all 21 matches and played in 118 sets...finished third on the team with 263 kills and fourth with 225 digs...also led the team with 26 service aces...made All-Tournament Team at GCU Invite (Sept. 11-12) and Jayhawk Invitational (Sept. 18-19)...posted 14 kills, eight digs, and seven blocks Aug. 29 versus Boise State...tallied first double-double at Gonzaga with 10 kills, 11 digs Sept. 12 against Southern Utah...dug up 16 attacks during sweep of Saint Mary's Sept. 26...posted second double-double Nov. 7 at Loyola Marymount, tallying 11 kills and 13 digs...notched season-high 22 digs while adding 14 kills Nov. 19 at Saint Mary's...followed up with season-high 16 kills and 16 digs Nov. 21 at Pacific.
Previous College: Spent first two years of college career at Washington State…tallied 313 kills in two years as a Cougar…also added 60 total blocks and 57 digs…earned Pac-12 All-Freshman Honorable Mention after racking up 166 kills…member of Pac-12 All-Star team that toured China in June 2014…also earned Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention.
High School: Played for four years at Jackson High School in Mill Creek, Wash. …helped lead the Timberwolves to the 4A state title in 2010, third place in 2012, fourth in 2011, and eighth in 2009…two-time All-State and three-time All-Wesco honoree…named Player of the Year in 2011 and 2012 and All-Area all four years by the Everett Herald…finalist for PrepVolleyball.com’s Top 25 Sophomore of the Year award and named to 2012 Mizuno/Volleyball Magazine Girls’ HS All-America Third Team.
Club Experience: Played for Washington Volleyball Academy…earned All-Tournament selection at the 2012 USAV National Championships…named to 2012 Mizuno/Volleyball Magazine Girls’ High School All-America Third Team.Personal: Parents are Michelle and Albert…has two siblings: Ashley and A.J….sister Ashley is assistant volleyball coach at Gonzaga and played at Binghamton University…was on a jump rope team...chose Gonzaga because “it has a rare combination of outstanding support for athletics throughout the community as well as great academics and academic support.”
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11/16/2017 - Tough Night Offensively Hands VB Loss in Stockton
11/15/2017 - Zags to End Regular Season with Long Weekend
11/14/2017 - Two NLI Signees for Volleyball
11/11/2017 - VB Falls to No. 12 San Diego
11/09/2017 - VB Falls to Ninth-ranked BYU
11/08/2017 - Beyond the Court: Tiyana Hallums
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