2005: Played in 108 games and 31 matches, starting 27 ... Moved into the starting lineup when junior Stephanie Butkus suffered a knee injury vs. UC Santa Barbara on Sept. 9 ... Averaged 11.84 assists, 1.75 digs, 0.65 kills and 0.47 blocks per game ... Had 30 or more assists 26 times, 40 or more assists 19 times, 50 or more assists 13 times and 60 or more assists five times ... Tallied six double-doubles on the season ... Led the team in assists 26 times, in hitting percentage eight times, in service aces four times and in digs once. Postseason: Finished with 60 assists, 12 digs, four kills and two blocks in the regional finals vs. Santa Clara (Dec. 10) ... Led the team with 39 assists to go with three digs, one kill and one block vs. Ohio (Dec. 9) in the Sweet 16 ... Tallied 64 assists, five digs and three blocks at Utah in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (Dec. 3) ... Dished out 33 assists to go with four blocks, three digs, three kills on a team-high .750 hitting percentage and two service aces vs. Utah State (Dec. 2). Season: Finished with 52 assists, four kills, three service aces and three blocks in four-game win over Oregon (Nov. 25) ... Dished out 55 assists and had eight digs in five-game win over then-No. 14 USC (Nov. 18) ... Tallied 64 assists, six digs and five kills on .714 hitting in win over then-No. 4 Stanford (Nov. 11) ... Finished with 40 assists, eight digs and five kills on five attempts for a 1.000 hitting percentage vs. Arizona State (Nov. 4) ... Tallied 54 assists, 12 digs, five blocks and four kills on a team-high .667 hitting vs. Washington State (Oct. 28) ... Dished out 68 assists to go with 12 digs and four blocks against then-No. 2 Washington (Oct. 27) ... Hit a team-best .667 with four kills vs. then-No. 18 California (Oct. 14) ... Tallied a career-high 69 assists to go along with 13 digs in win over then-No. 3 Stanford (Oct. 13) ... Notched 52 assists, nine digs and three kills on a team-high .600 hitting at Washington State (Sept. 30) ... Finished with 56 assists, 13 digs, seven kills and three blocks vs. North Carolina (Sept. 17) ... Dished out 49 assists to go with six blocks and five digs vs. Fresno State (Sept. 10) ... Tallied a double-double ?- 36 assists and a team-high 10 digs ?- to go along with three kills on a team-high .600 hitting in her first start at then-No. 25 Santa Clara (Sept. 9).
2004:Played in 49 games and 23 matches, starting one ... Averaged 1.96 assists, 0.40 kills and 0.40 digs per game. Season: Finished with 13 assists, two blocks and a kill against Oregon (11/4) ... Tallied a career-high 24 assists against No. 3 USC (10/2) ... Finished with nine assists vs. No. 10 UCLA (10/1) ... Dished out seven assists at No. 12 Stanford and No. 16 California (9/23-24) ... Finished with a career-high nine kills vs. Temple (9/18).
High School: Team captain as a junior and senior ... Three-time team MVP ... Named all-league, all-district, all-region and all-state all four years ... Ranked 17th in the nation by PrepVolleyball.com’s Senior Aces ... As a senior, her team went 36-0 and won the state championship ... Two-time North Idaho Hall of Fame Volleyball Player of the Year and Female Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Two-time Gatorade Idaho Player of the Year ... Three-time Inland Empire League Player of the Year ... Named Spokesman Review Female Athlete of the Year as a junior ... During her four years, Sandpoint won four district championships and three state championships ... Named league Newcomer of the Year as a freshman ... Also lettered twice in basketball and four times in track and field ... State champion in 100 meters, 200 meters and 4x100 relay, and placed second in the high jump ... Anchor leg of the school record-holding 4x100-meter relay team ... Holds school record in 200 meters ... Member of Quill and Scroll Society ... Idaho Top Scholar ... Scholar Athlete.
Club: Played for North Idaho Volleyball Club.
Personal: Amy Noel Dyck was born Dec. 24, 1985, in Northridge, Calif. ... Daughter of Jack and Robin Dyck ... Has an older brother, Matt ... Major is communications ... Dad played basketball and volleyball at Cal State Northridge, then played professional basketball in Austria ... Uncle Mike Casey wrestled for the U of A.
Career Match Highs
Hitting Percentage 1.000, five times, last vs. Arizona State (11/4/05)
Kills 9 vs. Temple (9/18/04)
Attempts 16 vs. Temple (9/18/04)
Assists 69 vs. Stanford (10/13/05)
Digs 13, twice, last vs. Stanford (10/13/05)
Aces 3 at Oregon (11/25/05)
Blocks 6 vs. Fresno State (9/10/05)