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Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 01/18/2000
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Marisa DaLee

Marisa DaLee

MB * 6-3 * Sr.
Phoenix, Ariz.
Moon Valley HS
Arizona Juniors VB Club

Career: Holds Arizona hitting percentage records for match (.750 vs. UTEP, 11/27/99), season (.386, 1998) and career (.379) ... Cats' career record-holder in hitting percentage at .379 (841-235-1,601), 79 point ahead of Erin Aldrich ... Has appeared in 223 consecutive games, the fifth-longest streak in Arizona history ... Her .379 mark is on pace to break Jasmina Marinkovic's Pac-10 hitting percentage record (.355) ... Hitting .385 in her career in Pac-10 action (539-146-1,021) ... Ranks 4th in Wildcat history in blocks per game (1.04) and kills per game (3.08), seventh in double-figure kill matches (50), eighth in block assists (241), 10th in total blocks (283), 12th in kills (841) and 17th in block solos (42) ... Has hit .500 or better in a match 17 times, .400 or better 29 times and .300 or better 39 times, all Arizona records ... Owns four of the Cats' top seven single-match hitting percentages and seven of the top 16 ... Will try to become the first Arizona player ever to earn three consecutive All-Pac-10 honors in 2000.

1999: Starting middle blocker ... All-District 8 honoree ... All-Pac-10 selection for the second year in a row ... Led Arizona in games (113), kills (419), kills per game (3.71), hitting percentage (.381), blocks (139) and blocks per game (1.23) ... Her .381 hitting percentage was the second-best in Arizona history, behind her own '98 mark ... Ranked 13th in the nation in hitting percentage ... Only Wildcat to play in all 113 games in 1999 ... Hit .400 in league play ... Ranked among Pac-10 leaders in hitting percentage (second), blocks (fifth) and kills (eighth) ... Is just the fourth player in Arizona history to post 25 double-digit kill matches in a season (team-high 26) ... Finished fourth on the Wildcats' single-season block assists list (122), eighth in total blocks (139), ninth in kills (419), tied for ninth in total blocks (139), 11th in blocks per game (1.23) and 14th kills per game (3.71) ... Led the Cats in blocks 18 times, in kills 14 times and in digs three times ... Hit .486 (123-22-208) over her last eight matches (11/6-12/9) ... Led the Cats by hitting .517 and averaging 3.80 kills per game in NCAA Tournament ... Set a school record for hitting percentage in an NCAA match with a .688 mark at Texas (12/3) ... Tied Arizona's single-match hitting percentage record (.750) vs. UTEP (11/27) by hitting 13-1-16 ... Hit .531 (20-3-32) with eight blocks on Oregon trip (11/19-20) ... Hit .528 and matched her career high of 21 kills vs. California (11/12) ... Had a team season-high 11 blocks at Arizona State (10/30) and vs. Santa Clara (9/3) ... Posted a career-high 21 kills vs. UCLA (10/22) with seven blocks ... Hit .731 (20-1-26) vs. Southern California (10/21), the best-ever hitting percentage by a Cat in a four-game match ... Hit .629 (42-3-62) over three home matches (10/1-8) vs. Arizona State, Washington and Washington State ... Hit .600 vs. Arizona State (10/1), .667 vs. Washington (10/7) and .632 (12-0-19) vs. Washington State (10/8) ... Hit .522 (14-2-23) at UCLA (9/24) and .450 (12-3-20) with 10 digs and five blocks at Nebraska (9/11) ... Earned second Pac-10 Player of the Week honor (9/7) when she hit .345 and averaged 4.18 kills ... Missed her first career triple-double by one dig (14 kills, 11 blocks) vs. Santa Clara (9/3) ... Her 11 block assists tied her for third on the Cats' single-match list.

1998: Starting middle blocker ... First-team All-Pac-10 selection ... Set a school record with a .386 hitting percentage, leading the Pac-10 and breaking the old UA mark by 46 points ... Hit .393 in Pac-10 play and hit .400 or better in 15 matches ... Ranked 12th in the nation in hitting percentage ... Led Arizona with 23 double-digit kill matches, tied for ninth in Wildcat history ... Had at least 10 kills in each of the Cats' last 19 contests ... One of three Wildcats to appear in all 108 games ... Paced Arizona in blocks 13 times and in kills in nine matches ... Led the Cats with 22 block solos ... Hit .582 (64-7-98) over a five-match period (10/17-11/1) ... Named Pac-10 Player of the Week (11/2) after hitting .650 vs. Oregon and Oregon State, recording 27 kills and just one error ... Set an Arizona record for hitting percentage (.733) in a Pac-10 match vs. Oregon State (11/1), the fourth-best mark for a Wildcat in any contest ... Also recorded the ninth-best Arizona mark vs. Pittsburgh (10/17), hitting .650 ... Tied a team season-best with 21 kills vs. Washington State (11/22) ... Hit .500 (24-5-38) with 14 blocks on Northern California trip (10/23-25) ... Hit .417 against Fresno State (12/3) in the NCAA Tournament ... Had a career-high 11 blocks at Stanford (10/25), including 10 block assists, tied for the fourth-most ever by a Wildcat ... Hit .488 (25-5-41) on Oregon trip (10/2-4) ... Hit .529 with 11 blocks on Washington trip (9/18-20) ... Hit .543 with a then-career-high 20 kills against Indiana (9/5) ... Hit .438 (41-6-80) with 15 blocks at the University Park Classic ... Ranked 79th on the Arizona Daily Star's "98 for 98."

1997: Reserve middle blocker ... Appeared in 24 matches, including all but one of the Cats' league contests ... Hit .330 in league play ... Hit .391 (37-10-69) over her last 11 matches ... Hit .429 (7-1-14) subbing for the injured Erin Aldrich at Washington State (11/1) ... Hit .500 or better in five of seven matches (9/6-20) ... Led the Cats in blocks three times ... Hit .353 (8-2-17) in the DoubleTree Invitational (9/12-13) ... Hit .636 (7-0-11) vs. San Francisco and New Mexico State on the first day of the tournament ... Posted season-highs in kills (10) and blocks (5) vs. Washington State (10/3).

1996: Red-shirted the season.

High School: Graduated from Moon Valley High School in Phoenix, Ariz., where she played for Coach Linda Bailey ... Earned first-team all-state and all-region honors as a senior ... Also named to the all-state tournament team ... Named team MVP as a junior and a senior ... Team captain as a junior and a senior ... Earned four letters in volleyball and three in basketball ... Selected all-state and all-region during her junior season as a forward ... Team MVP as a junior ... Won the team scholarship award in volleyball and basketball for her work in the classroom.

Club Experience: Competed for the Arizona Juniors Volleyball Club in Phoenix under Coach Bernard Ing.

Personal: Full name: Marisa Lyn DaLee ... Born: 3/22/78 in Tucson ... Major: communications ... Daughter of Ron and Carla DaLee ... Father played football at Arizona from 1969-72 ... Both parents graduated from the University of Arizona.

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