Amanda Eggert

Amanda Eggert

Player Profile


Portland, Ore.

High School:




Oregon State
Started every match at middle blocker... Team-best .325 hitting percentage ranks fourth in OSU's record books and was 10th among all Pacific-10 players for 2003... Second on the team with 319 kills (2.75 kpg)... After just one double-figure kill match her first two seasons, had 10-plus kills 16 times in 2003... Career-high 18 against UC-Riverside... Had 17 in matches against Washington and Washington State... Charlotte Classic All-Tournament Team, hitting .410 with 28 kills and 12 blocks in three matches... Improved her career hitting percentage from .252 to .303 (fourth on OSU's career list) by the end of the season... Hit .552 with 17 kills against Washington, .520 with 15 kills at Sacramento State, and .500 with 12 kills against Big East champion Pittsburgh... Led OSU with 92 blocks (0.79 bpg), with a career-high nine against Sacramento State... 89 digs, with a career-high nine against Charlotte... 22 aces... Pacific-10 All-Academic Team honorable mention selection... Named team's Most Inspirational Player.

2002: Saw action in 26 matches and 69 games... Started 11 matches... Had 85 kills (1.23 kpg) on .224 hitting... Added 37 blocks (0.54 bpg)... Hit .400 with a season-high eight kills and seven blocks against Arizona State... Also had seven blocks against California... The seven blocks were the most by a Beaver in a 2002 match... Had 30 digs (0.43 dpg), with a career-high four three times... Served five aces... Earned honorable mention recognition on the Pacific-10 All-Academic Team.

2001: Played in 47 games and 24 matches as a backup middle blocker... Hit .846 with a then-career-high 11 kills against UC Irvine... Also had a then-career-high three blocks in that match... Hit .571 with four kills against Arizona... Hit .308 for the season... Finished with 43 kills (0.91 kpg) and 22 blocks (0.47 bpg)... Earned honorable mention recognition on the Pacific-10 All-Academic Team.

2000: Redshirted as a true freshman.

Wilson High School
Three-time letterwinner... Earned first team All-Portland Interscholastic League honors twice... Wilson went undefeated in league play two times during her high school career and advanced to the state tournament three times... Played club ball for Portland Volleyball Club and was voted Most Improved Player two years in a row... Received the Scholar Athlete Achievement Award.

Born in Portland... Daughter of Jane and Greg Eggert... Has a younger brother, Max... Comes from an athletic family... Uncle Robert Lehe played football at Washington, uncle Frank Severs played basketball at Portland, and uncle Martin Eggert played basketball at Air Force... Her grandfather was on the Washington crew team... Political science major with a minor in Spanish... Interned with an Oregon state senator in spring of 2004... Enjoys attending church, camping and rafting.

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