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Arizona Volleyball Match Notes - The Final Four
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Release: 12/11/2001
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Dec. 11, 2001

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Upcoming: Arizona will make the first Final Four appearance in school history when it faces top-ranked Long Beach State on Thursday, Dec. 13. The match will be shown on ESPN2 on a tape-delay basis on Friday, Dec. 15 at 9 a.m. MST, 8 a.m. PST. Wildcat fans can listen to the Long Beach State Internet broadcast of the match live by going to the 49ers' website at www.longbeachstate.com.


Arizona Starting Lineup Possibilities
Setter - Dana Burkholder - 13.07 apg, .360 hitting
Right Side- Jill Talbot - .426 hitting , 3.28 kpg, 3.34 dpg
Outside - Lisa Rutledge - 4.09 kpg / Shannon Torregrosa - 3.78 kpg
Middle Blocker- Stefani Saragosa - .391 hitting, 1.04 bpg / Erin Sebbas - .364 hitting
Defensive Specialist- Rachel Williams - 1.57 dpg / Kelli Mulvany - 2.09 dpg


ARIZONA PLAYERS' CAREER NCAA STATS
PLAYER	MP	GP	K	E	TA	PCT.	A	SA	D	TB	K/G	A/G	D/G
Benward	3	5	1	0	2	.500	2	0	2	0	0.20	0.40	0.20
Burkholder	13	43	54	21	145	.228	575	9	124	37	1.26	13.37	2.88
Frost	5	14	14	5	37	.243	0	1	13	1	1.00	0.00	0.93
Killough	1	1	1	0	1	1.000	0	0	0	1	1.00	0.00	0.00
Mulvany	4	15	0	0	1	.000	0	5	34	0	0.00	0.00	2.27
Rutledge	11	36	110	53	299	.190	7	8	84	19	3.06	0.19	2.33
Saragosa *	11	35	75	18	153	.373	4	2	17	25	2.14	0.11	0.71
Sebbas *	8	24	36	11	81	.308	3	1	16	26	1.50	0.13	1.08
Talbot	13	43	127	25	248	.411	28	5	140	32	2.95	0.65	3.26
Torregrosa	8	25	52	32	140	.143	1	1	27	17	2.08	0.04	1.08
Williams	11	36	0	0	1	.000	6	3	53	0	0.00	0.17	1.47
* Saragosa and Sebbas - B/G instead of D/G

The Opposition: LONG BEACH STATE (32-0) - The top-ranked and No.1 seeded 49ers enter the Final Four as the team to beat. Long Beach, playing out of the Big West Conference, began the 2001 season ranked eighth in the Preseason AVCA Coaches Poll, vaulted to second after defeating defending national champion Nebraska in the first week and took over the top spot in the fifth week of the season, a ranking they have yet to relinquish. LBSU has been to seven Final Fours (1989, 1991-93, 1997-99) in school history and have won the NCAA National Championship three times (1989, '93, '98) and the AIAW title twice (1972, '73). The Cats and 49ers have played 18 times previous to their impending Final Four match, with Arizona holding a 12-6 advantage. The two schools last met in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 1998. The 49ers defeated Arizona, 3-0, and went on to win the national championship that season over Penn State. LBSU is led offensively this season senior Tayyiba Haneef, who has 504 kills in 102 games, a 4.94 kpg average. She is followed closely by classmate and two-time All-American Cheryl Weaver, who has 470 kills this season and average of 4.61 kpg. The two schools have faced four common opponents this season: Stanford, UCLA, UC Santa Barbara and Pacific. LBSU is 6-0 in against those teams, Arizona is 3-3.


Arizona - Long Beach State 2001 Season Stats Head-To-Head
		KPG	Pct.	APG	SAPG	BPG	DPG
Arizona		17.18	.301	15.34	1.63	2.62	15.43
Long Beach	17.37	.364	15.64	2.15	2.81	15.27


All-Time Series Arizona-Long Beach State
1978	Long Beach 	2-1
1979	Long Beach	3-0
        Long Beach	3-0
1980	Arizona		3-1
	Arizona		3-1
1981	Arizona		3-1
	Arizona		3-0
1982	Arizona		2-0
	Arizona		3-0
	Arizona		3-0
1983	Arizona		3-0
	Arizona		3-0
1984	Arizona		3-2
        Arizona 	3-0
1986	Arizona		3-0
1987	Long Beach	3-2
1988	Long Beach	3-0
1998	Long Beach	3-0

UA's NCAA First Round Match: The Wildcats faced Eastern Illinois in Champaign, Ill., in the opening round of the Tournament. Arizona swept the Panthers, 3-0, behind the timely hitting of outside hitter Lisa Rutledge who recorded a match-high 17 kills. The outting enabled Rutledge to become just the 11th player in school history to surpass 1,000 kills in a career. As a team, Arizona dominated the match. The Cats out-hit the Panthers .360 to .027, out-blocked them eight to three and tallied 15 more digs in the 30-14, 30-14, 30-21 victory.

UA's NCAA Second Round Match: The Wildcats were the "home" team in their second round match against Illinois in Champaign. The Illini played what many considered to be one of their best matches of the season and had numerous opportunities to upset the fifth-seed Wildcats. Arizona rallied from a 27-23 deficit late in game one and held a close as 27-26 lead in game two, managing both times to stave off furious Illini rallies to head into the break up 2-0. Game three went in favor of the Illini as the Wildcats committed an uncharacteristic 12 attack errors in frame. However, a refocused and determined Wildcat team resurfaced in the fourth game and put any thoughts of an upset aside, as they blistered the Huff Hall floor to the tune of 23 kills and a .486 hitting percentage in the game.

UA's NCAA Regional Semifinal Match: Arizona faced traditional volleyball power Pacific in the L.A. Sports Arena in Los Angeles, Calif., in its third consecutive Sweet Sixteen appearance. The Cats swept the Tigers, 3-0, behind the outstanding play of middle blockers Erin Sebbas and Stefani Saragosa who combined to record 20 kills on .410 hitting. Junior Shannon Torregrosa was a terror to the Pacific defense, tallying a match-high 14 kills, including eight in game two alone. The victory advanced Arizona to just its second regional final appearance ever.

UA's NCAA Regional Final Match: The Wildcats took on a familiar foe in the Elite Eight. Pac-10 rival USC, the regional host, was all that stood between Arizona and its first ever Final Four appearance. The two teams, which had split the Pac-10 Conference season series 1-1, were well versed in the capabilities of each other and the five-game, put 'em up, drag 'em down match that ensued proved just that. In, at least to this point , the biggest match in Arizona history, the outcome was uncertain right up to the final point. The Women of Troy got off to an early lead and weathered a late Arizona rally to take game one, 30-25. The Wildcats responded in game two by holding off a number of Trojan rallies to even the match at 1-1 with a 30-24 win heading into the break. Arizona picked up were it left off in game three with an identical 30-24 win to take third frame. Game four went in favor of the Trojans, 30-28, as USC seemed to reenergize and take the momentum of the match back. Game five will be remembered by the Arizona fans in the Sports Arena as one of the greatest rallies in school history. USC controlled throughout nearly the entire 15 point game. Up 12-9 after Lisa Rutledge's attack was blocked, USC needed only three more points to eliminate Arizona from the postseason. The Wildcats, however, had something else in mind. A kill by UA's Jill Talbot made the score 12-10 and put the ball into Rutledge's hands for service. USC's freshman sensation Kaeo Burdine had her kill attempt blocked by Stefani Saragosa and Christina Frost, which was followed by a time-out by USC's Mick Haley. The break didn't work, as Shannon Torregrosa put Emily Adams' kill attempt straight down for a solo block to tie the match at 12-12. Rutledge, still serving, came up with her fourth ace of the match to give Arizona an unbelievable 13-12 lead. USC tried another time-out, but it failed once again to quell the Arizona storm. Talbot's second kill in the rally put Arizona one point away from victory, which Torregrosa scored on a pounding kill deep in the center of the court for the improbable come-from-behind win.

Arizona's Road To The Final Four: The Arizona volleyball team is the only 2001 Final Four participant having to earn its way to San Diego entirely on the road. The Wildcats traveled to Champaign, Ill., for the first and second rounds and to Los Angeles, Calif., for regionals. Long Beach State and Stanford hosted both the first and second rounds, as well as regionals. Nebraska, which traveled to Manhattan, Kan., for the opening two rounds, was selected as a host school for the regionals in Lincoln.

Bucking The Trend: Since 1992, when David Rubio took over at Arizona, all nine teams that have eventually gone on to win the national championship have served as the host of the regional matches prior to their titles. The Wildcats, the lone team in this season's Final Four that earned a bid on the road, are the only team that would be able to break the trend this year.

In Select Company: Along the lines of teams that have advanced to the Final Four that did not host regionals, Arizona is in select company. Since 1992 only nine schools have been able to advance as far as the Wildcats have this season without having played their regional matches on their respective home floors. Including this year, 75 percent of the teams that have gone on to the Championship Semifinals served as regional hosts.


Final Four Teams That Did Not Host Regionals (Since 1992)
1993	Brigham Young
	Florida
1994	Ohio State
	Penn State
	UCLA
1995	Texas
	Michigan State
1997	Florida
1999	Long Beach State
2001	Arizona

Arizona in the Cox Arena at Aztec Bowl: The Wildcats have played three matches at the new Cox Arena and possess a 2-1 record. Arizona participated in San Diego State's Diggin' It 2000 Tournament at the beginning of last season in the facility. Arizona dropped its first match, 3-2, to 10th-ranked UC Santa Barbara, defeated the University of San Diego, 3-1, and felled the Aztecs 3-0.

Arizona NCAA Tournament Records: As a team, the Wildcats established a pair of school postseason records in their second round match with Illinois. UA's 74 assists and 79 kills against the Illini top all other teams in school history in the NCAA Tournament. Individually, senior setter Dana Burkholder improved her single-match assists record from 60 to 63 against the Illini and built upon her postseason career record with 201 total assists in the four matches as well. She has now dished out 575 assists in an Arizona record 13 career matches.

The NCAA Final Four Field: The Wildcats are the party crashers at this year's Final Four. Arizona, the lowest seed at No.5, beat the tournament seeding in defeating fourth-seeded USC.

Arizona in NCAA Tournament Play: Arizona's berth in the 2001 NCAA Division I Championship Tournament is the 17th invitation to postseason play in school history, tenth best among all Division I teams. The Wildcats are 19-16 (.543) all-time in those matches and are 15-7 under current head coach David Rubio. For the first time in school history, the Wildcats are assured of having a .500-plus record in the postseason. Rubio led teams have now appeared in the NCAA's in eight of his ten seasons at the helm, including the last six seasons straight. His .682 winning percentage in the tournament makes him the winningest coach in postseason play in school history.

Arizona vs. Teams That Qualified For The NCAA Tournament: The Wildcats faced nine of the 64 teams that qualified for the 2001 postseason tournament in the regular season and posted a 10-4 record against them. The Wildcats split their season series with USC and UCLA, twice defeated Washington State and Oregon State, bested Florida, 3-0, on its home floor, swept matches with Utah, Louisville and UC Santa Barbara and fell twice to Stanford in five games. Of the teams that advanced on to regional play, Arizona played five of them (USC, UCLA, Stanford, Utah, Florida) and went 4-4. Arizona lost both of its Pac-10 Conference matches in five games to potential national champion contestant Stanford

Tournament Tested: Arizona's roster is loaded with players who have played meaningful matches in the NCAA Tournament. Four starters return from last season's Elite Eight squad and five others have played significant roles. The Wildcats are led by 2001 All-American candidate Dana Burkholder who has played in 13 tournament matches during her four-year career. Burkholder is Arizona's career leader in assists (575) in postseason play. Classmate and fellow All-American candidate Jill Talbot has also seen action in 13 tournament matches and has been nearly unstoppable in the tournament during her career. She owns a .418 attack percentage with a school record 127 kills in tournament play, as well as the most career digs, 140, in school history. Other returning starters for Arizona are outside hitter Lisa Rutledge (11 matches, 110 kills) and defensive specialist Rachel Williams (11 matches, 53 digs). See pages 1 and 7 of the notes for all of Arizona's tournament stats.

NCAA All-Region Honors: Senior Dana Burkholder was named the NCAA Los Angeles Region Most Outstanding Player after Arizona defeated USC in Los Angeles last week. The Arizona floor leader has averaged 13.40 assists, 2.67 digs and 1.47 kills per game in the tournament thus far. Classmate Jill Talbot was named to the All-Region team as well. Talbot is hitting a team-high .404 and averaging 3.80 digs and 3.40 kills per game in UA's four postseason matches.

AVCA All-Region Honors: For the first time in school history Arizona had three players named AVCA All-Pacific Region. Dana Burkholder garnered her third career honor, while Jill Talbot and Lisa Rutledge were both named for the first time. Burkholder is the first Wildcat player to ever to be named three times in a career. It is the third season in a row Arizona has had at least two players named all-region.

All-Pac-10 Honors Abundant For Arizona: For the second consecutive season, the Arizona volleyball team had three members named to the All-Pac-10 squad. Seniors Dana Burkholder and Jill Talbot, along with junior Lisa Rutledge comprised one-fourth of the 12 person team. The honor is the third for Burkholder and the first for both Talbot and Rutledge. Burkholder becomes just the third player in school history to be named thrice in a career, joining former teammate Marisa DaLee and Barb Bell. Junior Stefani Saragosa was named Honorable Mention All-Pac-10, while first-year Wildcat Kelli Mulvany garnered honorable mention Freshman All-Pac-10 honors.

1,000-Plus: Jill Talbot and Lisa Rutledge joined a select group this season as both starters racked up their 1,000th career kill. Rutledge posted her milestone kill in the first game against Eastern Illinois in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. Talbot had to wait until the regional final match at USC to go over the mark. It is the second consecutive season Arizona has had a two players join the list, which now totals 12 players. Marisa DaLee and Allison Napier went over 1,000 kills last season for the Cats. Talbot's feat is significant because she becomes just the third Arizona player ever to record over 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs in a career. Up until this season, only Terry Lauchner (1987-1990) and Barb Bell (1993-96) have done so at Arizona.

An End To The Conference Season: The Wildcats completed their conference season with a 14-4 conference mark, good enough for third place. The record equals the second-best mark for a conference season and the third place finish trails only the Pac-10 Co-Championship Arizona, won last season, in school history.

Non-Conference Competition: Despite playing in one of the toughest conferences in country, the Wildcats once again took on a competitive non-conference slate and did not lose a game in seven matches. The Wildcats took an early road trip to Gainesville, Fla., to face the Gators in "The Swamp". To date, Florida's lone loss in the regular season came in the form of a 3-0 sweep by Arizona. The Wildcats hosted NCAA Tournament participants and top 25 teams Louisville and Utah in their Wildcat Classic Tournament and handed each its first loss of the season. Arizona ended its regular season with wins over Denver and NCAA Tournament entrant UC Santa Barbara in McKale Center.

Seeing With Triple-Double Vision, Again: Senior setter Dana Burkholder took a liking to playing Washington this season. The Arizona floor leader tallied her second triple-double of the season against the Huskies on Nov. 9, the school-record fifth trifecta of her career. The versatile senior had the Huskies on their heals all night long, finishing the match with 12 kills, 64 assists and 13 digs. She also got the rest of the offense involved, distributing the ball evenly enough for five other players to record double digit kills in the match. A night later, in Pullman, she almost tripled up the Cougars. She finished the match at Washington State with nine kills, 42 assists and nine digs. Her previous triple-double this season came on Oct.13 in the form of 10 kills, a season high 68 assists and 14 digs. Burkholder has nearly a quarter of the triple-doubles in school history (five of 22). Burkholder's Career Triple-Doubles 1. vs. UCLA 10/22/1999 11 kills, 70 assists, 14 digs 2. vs. San Diego 09/02/2000 10 kills, 54 assists, 10 digs 3. vs. UCLA 10/12/2000 15 kills, 67 assists, 22 digs 4. vs. Washington 10/13/2001 10 Kills, 68 assists, 14 digs 5. at Washington 11/09/2001 12 Kills, 64 assists, 13 digs

On A Roll: The Wildcats won 11 straight Pac-10 Conference matches this season, establishing a new school record. Beginning with a 3-1 win at California on Oct. 8 and ending with a 3-0 win over the Golden Bears on Nov. 16, the streak smashed the previous best in conference play by four matches. Four players hit over .300 over the course of the seven week streak. Jill Talbot led all players with 139 kills on .433 hitting. She was followed by Dana Burkholder's 74 kills on .410 hitting, Erin Sebbas' 71 kills on .393 and Stefani Saragosa's 83 kill, .321 effort. As a team, the Wildcats hit .305 and averaged an impressive 18.11 kills per game. The previous school record of seven straight was established twice last season

Career Milestones: Senior Jill Talbot recorded her 1,000th career dig in Arizona's match against Washington State on Nov. 10. She is just the sixth player in school history to top the 1,000 mark in school history. Classmate Dana Burkholder joined the group earlier in this season to become just the second Wildcat to ever tally 1,000 digs and 1,000 assists ... Talbot is also the top player to ever wear an Arizona uniform with 122 matches played ... Burkholder became just the fourth player in Pac-10 history to record 5,000 career assists this season when she dished out 106 of them in two matches against Washington and Washington State (Nov. 9-10) ... Burkholder also etched her name in the Arizona record books in the final match of the regular season, starting her school record tying 112th match of her career. She now has 116 for her career.

Torregrosa Tore It Up: Junior Shannon Torregrosa's impressive performances in matches against top 10 opponents USC and UCLA earned the first-year starter AVCA National and Pac-10 Player of the Week honors. The national honor is the first for any Arizona volleyball player in school history. The outside hitter averaged a team-high 5.83 kills, two digs and one block per game against the Bruins (10/25) and Women of Troy (10/26). She finished the two matches with 35 kills on 67 attempts and only seven errors for a .418 hitting percentage. She has led Arizona in kills in a team-high tying 12 matches this season and has figured in double-digit kills in 23 of the 27 matches she has played in.

Coaching Milestones: Arizona head coach David Rubio has doubled up on coaching milestones this season. First he won his 300th career match as a coach against Arizona State (10/5) and most recently added his 100th career Pac-10 coaching win in Eugene vs. Oregon (10/19). With the victory over the Sun Devils, Rubio joined a long list of active Pac-10 coaches with 300 or more career victories.


Active Pac-10 Coaches with 300+ Career Wins*
1. Andy Banachowski, UCLA		919
2. Mick Haley, USC			545
3. John Dunning, Stanford		468
4. Rich Feller, California		335
5. Cindy Fredrick, Washington St.	331
6. David Rubio, Arizona	        	317
* Win totals through Dec 8, 2001.
And the win over the Ducks made Rubio just the sixth Pac-10 women's coach ever to reach 100 or more conference victories.

Pac-10 Coaches With 100+ Conference Wins
Andy Banachowski, UCLA *
Cindy Fredrick, WSU *
Lisa Love, USC
David Rubio, Arizona *
Don Shaw, Stanford
Patti Snyder, ASU *
* Active (Don Shaw is now the coach of the Stanford men's team)

20/20 Vision: Junior Lisa Rutledge became just the 10th Arizona player in school history to record a 20 kill - 20 dig match. The outside hitter finished Arizona's match against Arizona State (11/3) with a match-high 22 kills and a career-high 25 digs. The feat, which has been accomplished now 18 times, was the first for Arizona since Allison Napier finished with 29 kills and 21 digs in a five-game loss to UCLA last season. Arizona has had a played finish with a 20/20 match against Arizona State seven times.

Tidy Talbot: Senior Jill Talbot is not a player that misses her mark very often. In fact, she has 331 kills with only 70 errors on 612 swings for a Pac-10 Conference leading .426 hitting percentage this season. The right side player is averaging 11 kills, 20 attempts and only two errors per match. She leads Arizona with 337 digs, an average of 3.34 per game - fourth best in the conference thus far, and has recorded a team-high 12 double-doubles this season.

2000 Pac-10 Coach of the Year David Rubio: In nine years as Arizona's head coach, David Rubio has taken the Cats from the abyss of a winless Pac-10 season to the pinnacle of a Final Four berth. Inheriting a team that did not win a single match in the conference the year before he arrived, he has turned the Wildcats into a club that has made seven postseason appearances in eight years, won a Pac-10 Championship and 13 NCAA Tournament matches. Now in his 10th season, Rubio has recruited and coached two All-Americans, nine All-Region members, the 2000 Pac-10 Player of the Year, 16 All-Pac-10 performers, six All-Pac-10 freshman players and eight academic all-conference athletes at Arizona. Also, UA athletes have earned 15 Pac-10 Player of the Week honors under his guide. During his tenure at Arizona, Rubio has led the Wildcats to 197 victories and a winning league mark over the last six seasons. Last year's 16-2 Pac-10 record smashed the school mark for conference victories.


Arizona Match-by-Match Team Stats
Date	Opponent	GP	K	E	TA	Pct	A	SA	SE	RE	DIG	BS	BA	BE	Total	BHE	Points 
Aug 31, 2001	vs South Florida 	3	57	17	102	.392	52	8	8	4	38	4	8	0	8.0	3	73.0
Aug 31, 2001	vs Marshall	3	49	15	89	.382	41	6	7	5	38	1	14	0	8.0	1	63.0
Sep 01, 2001	at Florida 	3	52	18	112	.304	43	4	12	1	30	3	22	0	14.0	1	70.0
Sep 06, 2001	UTAH UTES	3	52	21	111	.279	49	2	9	2	44	2	23	5	13.5	0	67.5
Sep 08, 2001	LOUISVILLE 	3	51	20	114	.272	45	5	10	2	40	3	18	2	12.0	3	68.0
Sep 20, 2001	OREGON 	4	60	27	137	.241	51	12	9	2	60	6	14	4	13.0	1	85.0
Sep 21, 2001	OREGON STATE	3	54	10	101	.436	50	4	9	1	46	3	9	2	7.5	1	65.5
Sep 28, 2001	at UCLA 	3	43	15	96	.292	39	5	6	10	31	1	8	3	5.0	2	53.0
Sep 29, 2001	at USC 	3	52	16	118	.305	45	2	7	3	32	1	2	3	2.0	0	56.0
Oct 05, 2001	ARIZONA STATE	4	70	28	154	.273	62	9	11	4	57	2	22	4	13.0	3	92.0
Oct 07, 2001	at Stanford 	5	80	41	176	.222	74	12	11	6	62	4	2	4	5.0	1	97.0
Oct 08, 2001	at Cal 	4	64	20	144	.306	57	11	19	9	53	3	20	2	13.0	2	88.0
Oct 12, 2001	WASHINGTON STATE	3	60	14	112	.411	53	4	8	4	56	2	10	2	7.0	3	71.0
Oct 13, 2001	WASHINGTON 	5	88	38	199	.251	76	8	13	0	80	2	20	3	12.0	0	108.0
Oct 19, 2001	at Oregon 	3	50	16	81	.420	45	6	5	1	36	2	8	2	6.0	0	62.0
Oct 20, 2001	at Oregon State	3	54	16	113	.336	50	4	11	6	49	3	8	2	7.0	2	65.0
Oct 25, 2001	USC 	3	58	11	119	.395	49	3	9	1	60	2	8	0	6.0	1	67.0
Oct 26, 2001	UCLA 	3	49	12	101	.366	43	4	9	3	45	1	20	1	11.0	1	64.0
Nov 03, 2001	at Arizona State	4	81	31	235	.213	75	5	13	2	108	5	4	3	7.0	2	93.0
Nov 09, 2001	at Washington 	4	82	36	202	.228	79	3	8	2	84	3	16	1	11.0	0	96.0
Nov 10, 2001	at Washington State	3	56	13	124	.347	56	0	9	3	59	2	12	2	8.0	4	64.0
Nov 16, 2001	CAL 	3	46	17	91	.319	40	10	9	1	37	3	8	2	7.0	5	63.0
Nov 17, 2001	STANFORD 	5	60	33	152	.178	52	10	9	2	54	1	7	4	4.5	4	74.5
Nov 23, 2001	DENVER 	3	52	8	82	.537	44	9	11	2	36	2	8	0	6.0	2	67.0
Nov 24, 2001	UCSB 	3	63	16	135	.348	53	2	6	3	71	2	12	1	8.0	2	73.0
NCAA Touranment
Nov 30, 2001	vs Eastern Illinois	3	50	10	111	.360	45	7	10	3	56	1	14	0	8.0	1	65.0
Dec 01, 2001	vs Illinois	4	79	30	184	.266	74	2	8	6	71	3	20	5	13.0	0	94.0
Dec 06, 2001	vs Pacific	3	52	14	127	.299	47	3	14	4	60	5	6	4	8.0	0	63.0
Dec 07, 2001	at USC 	5	71	29	181	.232	60	5	10	4	65	9	24	1	21.0	2	97.0

Arizona Wildcats 101 1735 592 3803 .301 1549 165 280 96 1558 81 367 62 264.5 47 2164.5 Opponent 101 1305 644 3754 .176 1169 97 237 165 1238 59 274 45 196.0 64 1598.0 TEAM PER-GAME:

Games played: 101 Kills per game: 17.18 Assists per game: 15.34 Service aces per game: 1.63 Reception errors per game: 0.95 Digs per game: 15.43 Blocks per game: 2.62 Ball handling errors per game: 0.47 Reception errors per game: 0.95 Points per game: 21.43

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