Angie Shirley

Angie Shirley

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Hayden, ID

High School:
Couer d'Alene HS

Height:
6-2

Position:
Middle Blocker

Birthdate:
10/28/1978

AT OREGON STATE: (1999) Earned honorable mention All-Pacific-10 recognition... One of only two Beavers to play in all 91 games... Led the Beavers with 319 kills (3.51 kpg), the only OSU player with 300+ for the season... Also led OSU with 113 blocks (1.24)... Ranked fourth in the Pac-10 for blocks and 10th in the league for kills... Led the Beavers in kills in 11 matches... Had 20 or more kills twice, with 21 against Texas Tech and 20 at California... Had 10+ kills in 19 matches, including 15 straight from Sept. 4-Oct. 22... Hit .615 with 16 kills and no errors in 26 attempts in a match against Portland and hit .375 or better in seven matches... Finished the year with 37 digs and tied her career-high with eight in a match against California... Had five or more blocks in eight matches... After her 113 total blocks, she moved up to sixth on OSUís career blocks list with 357... Also moved up to sixth for career block assists (273) and ninth for career block solos (84)... Also ranks fifth for career hitting percentage at .282... Named to the Nanook Classic All-Tournament Team. (1998) One of three Beavers to play in all 102 games... Finished the season with 265 kills, second on the team... Had the teamís best hitting percentage at .304 (265K, 85E, 592TA)... Also finished second on the team in blocking with 122 total blocks (98BA, 24BS)... After 1998, she ranks ninth on OSUís career charts for total blocks (244) and is also ninth all-time for block assists (180) and 10th for career block solos (80)... She also upped her career hitting percentage to .281, fifth best all-time at OSU... Set the OSU school record for hitting percentage in a five-game match when she hit .656 (23K-2E-32TA) against Portland on September 22... Her 23 kills in that match were also her career-high and the highest by a Beaver in any match in 1998... Opened the season with five consecutive matches with 10 or more kills and had a total of 14 matches with double-figure kills on the year... Had five matches with eight or more total blocks, highlighted by a season-high 10 blocks (all assisted) against Oregon in the final match of the season... Was named to the Buckeye Invitational All-Tournament Team, much in part to her efforts against Xavier when she hit .367 with 13 kills and eight blocks... Recognized as OSUís Female Athlete of the Month for September. (1997) A Pac-10 All-Freshmen Team selection...Tied for the team lead in total blocks (122) and led the team with 1.31 blocks per game... Her 1.31 bpg also ranked ninth among all Pac-10 players... Recorded a career high 11 blocks against Arizona and had 10 blocks in a match at California... Notched double-figure kills twice, with 12 against UCLA and 11 against Southwest Missouri State... In that match against UCLA, she hit .526 (12-2-19), her best of the season... Finished her rookie season having played in 93 games with 138 kills and 55 digs... Hit .246 in Pac-10 matches, second best on the team.

INLAND EMPIRE VOLLEYBALL CLUB: Member of the Inland Empire Volleyball Club team... Coached by Art Lambert.

COEUR DíALENE HIGH SCHOOL: A two-time All-State selection for the sport of volleyball as a prep... Named the 1996 Gatorade Circle of Champions Idaho High School Volleyball Player of the Year, honoring athletes for athletic and academic success.

Angieís Career-Highs
Kills: 23, vs. Portland (9/22/98)
Attempts: 49, vs. Oregon (11/5/99)
Hitting Pct: .692 (10-1-13), vs. Montana (9/3/98)
Digs: 8, vs. Stanford (10/26/97), vs. California (10/29/99)
Assists: 3, vs. Oregon (9/18/98)
Aces: 2, vs. Arizona (10/17/97)
Block Solos: 6, vs. Arizona (11/16/97)
Block Assists: 10, vs. Oregon (11/20/98)
Total Blocks: 11, vs. Arizona (11/16/97)

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