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  Bryn Kehoe
Bryn Kehoe

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
North Bend, OH

High School:
St. Ursula Academy

Height:
5-11

Position:
Setter

Experience:
3V

Major:
Communication

Coach Dunning on Bryn Kehoe:
"Bryn has already had a great career here at Stanford, but I know that she wants her last year to be the best one yet. Bryn's talents and experience put her in a very small group of setters in the country who will have a say in the season's outcome. She will give to her team in whatever way she can to help us be great."

Kehoe in the Record Books (As of 12/16/07):

CAREER
1. Assists - 5,956
1. Assists Per Game - 13.32
5. Service Aces - 129
T-5. Service Aces Per Game - 0.29
6. Digs Per Game - 2.73
7. Digs - 1,220

SINGLE SEASON
1. Assists (2007) - 1,742
1. Assists Per Game (2007) - 14.40
2. Assists (2004) - 1,637
3. Assists Per Game (2006) - 13.39
5. Assists (2006) - 1,473
5. Assists Per Game (2005) - 13.14
T-5. Games Played (2004) - 132
T-6. Service Aces Per Game (2005) - 0.43
10. Assists Per Game (2004) - 12.40

SINGLE MATCH
T-6. Assists (2007) - 76
T-9. Assists (2004) - 70
T-9. Assists (2007) - 70
T-9. Assists (2007) - 70


As a Senior in 2007: A first-team AVCA All-American ... A Volleyball Magazine first-team All-American ... Named the CVU.com Setter of the Year ... An All-Pacific Region Team selection ... Named to the All-Pac-10 Team ... Stanford's starting setter, appearing in 121 games for the squad ... Led the nation with 14.40 assists per game, topping the Stanford single-season assist per game mark ... Tallied a program-best 1,742 total assists on the year, shattering the record she set as a freshman in 2004 (1,637) ... Broke the program's career assist record against Washington (10/12) and finished her career with 5,956 assists, third best in Pac-10 history and one of the top-25 marks in NCAA history ... Also finished among the program's career top-10 in digs (7th, 1,220) and service aces (5th, 129) ... Recorded 17 double-doubles on the year, with 14 coming against ranked teams ... Put up a career-high 76 assists in the team's four-game NCAA Regional Final victory over UCLA (12/8), a single-match mark that ranked sixth in program history ... Named to the NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team for her efforts ... Notched 70 assists in the team's wins over Washington (11/8) and USC in the National Semifinal (12/13), performances that ranked among the program's all-time top-10 ... Recorded 60+ assists on 11 occasions throughout the year ... Top performances came against UCLA (76, 12/8), Washington (70, 11/8), Cal (67, 11/23) and USC (66, 10/27) ... Recorded a season-high five kills against San Diego (8/31) ... Notched season highs with seven blocks and five service aces against Penn State in the NCAA Championship match (12/15) ... Tallied 2.64 dpg and 28 service aces on the year ... Recorded a season-high 18 digs at USC (10/27) and 17 digs in a sweep of UCLA (9/28) ... Posted 152 assists to lead the Cardinal to the Stanford Invitational title, and was named to the All-Tournament Team for her efforts ... Led Stanford past Penn State for the Yale Invitational title and earned All-Tournament Team honors ... Nabbed Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention.

2007 Game-By-Game Statistics

As a Junior in 2006: An AVCA and Volleyball Magazine second-team All-American ... Named to the 2006 All-Pac-10 Team ... Named to the AVCA Pacific Region First Team ... Honored as the Pac-10 Conference Player of the Week and the Sports Imports/AVCA Player of the Week on November 27 for her performance in the Cardinal's final regular season matches against Washington and Washington State ... Started all 34 matches for Stanford ... Led the Cardinal with 1473 assists and 13.39 assists per game ... Also third on the squad with 86 blocks to average 0.78 blocks per game ... Stood fourth for the Cardinal with 316 digs and third with 28 service aces ... Collected 50 or more assists on nine occasions, including 61 in the NCAA Championship match against Nebraska (12/16) ... Recorded seven service aces at the Final Four, including a season-high four against Washington (12/14) in the NCAA Semifinal match ... Posted her third-highest total of the season with 63 assists against Texas (12/9) in the Regional Final, also adding four blocks and a season-best 21 digs ... In the first round of the NCAA Tournament, tallied 45 assists, three kills and two blocks in a sweep of Sacramento State (12/2) ... Recorded a season-high 67 assists in a five-game win over Missouri (12/3) in the second round, adding five kills and a season-high 21 digs ... Tallied a then season-high 66 assists in a five-game win over UCLA (10/13) ... Also recorded 51 assists against Washington (9/22), USC (10/12), Arizona State (10/27) and California (11/3) ... Matched a career-high with six kills against Arizona State (10/27) and UCLA (11/11) to total 105 kills on the season ... Put up a career-high eight blocks at home against Washington State (11/24) to help Stanford capture the conference title ... Also tallied seven blocks at Oregon (11/16) ... Collected a season-high 21 digs in NCAA Tournament wins over Missouri (12/3) and Texas (12/9) ... Named Co-Most Outstanding Player for her performance at the Stanford Invitational ... Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention.

2006 Game-By-Game Statistics

As a Sophomore in 2005: A third-team AVCA All-American ... An honorable mention AVCA Pacific Region selection ... Suffered a broken right hand in practice on Oct. 31 and underwent successful surgery on Nov. 2 ... Missed seven matches but returned to action for Stanford's final two matches of the NCAA Tournament ... Was averaging 14.30 assists per game (second in the Pac-10 and third in the nation) when she was injured ... Finished the year with 13.14 assists per game (second in the Pac-10, 18th in the nation) and 1104 total assists ... Second on the team with 36 service aces ... Third on the team with 51 total blocks and fourth with 221 digs (2.63 per game) ... Collected a season-high 69 assists (tenth-best for a single match in school history) at Arizona (10/13) ... Had 65 assists against UC Santa Barbara (9/17) ... Set career-high marks with six kills and 16 attempts against Penn State (8/26) ... Named MVP at the Boston College Invitational in September where she collected 126 assists, 35 digs, eleven blocks, seven service aces and six kills in wins over Boston College, Maine and Syracuse.

As a Freshman in 2004: Played in 132 of 133 games in her rookie season on the Farm as Stanford's starting setter ... An NCAA Final Four All-Tournament selection ... Selected to the Pac-10 All-Freshman Team ... Averaged 12.40 assists, 0.28 service aces and 2.76 digs per game ... Led the team with a then-school record 1,637 assists ... Recorded a season-high 70 assists and career-high 23 digs against Penn State (9/10) ... Collected 18 double-doubles ... Tallied a season-high four kills vs. Washington (11/18) and against Wisconsin (12/11) ... Led the team with 37 service aces ... Notched a career-high five service aces against Utah State (9/3) ... Collected a season-high seven blocks against California (10/1) and against Washington (11/18) ... Averaged 0.61 blocks per game and was fifth on the team with 81 total blocks ... Second on the team with 364 digs (2.76 per game) ... Had four kills, 45 assists and six blocks against Wisconsin (12/11) ... Tallied 48 assists, ten digs and two blocks against Minnesota (12/18) in the NCAA Championship match.

High School: A 2004 graduate of St. Ursula Academy in Cincinnati, Ohio ... Four-year letterwinner ... Captained the volleyball team in 2003 ... Coached by Julie Perry ... A four-year starter ... 2003 National Player of the Year ... La Rosa's Female Athlete of the Year ... Two-time Southwest Ohio District Player of the Year ... Conference Player of the Year in 2002 and 2003 ... A three-time all-conference selection ... Cincinnati Enquirer All-City Selection in 2001, 2002, 2003 ... Two-time all-state pick ... Helped her team to the state championship in 2001 and 2003 and a runner-up finish in 2002 ... A finalist for National Player of the Year in 2002 (Prepvolleyball.com) ... Played club volleyball with the Team Z Volleyball Club ... Earned the Southwest Ohio Officials Association 2003 Lifetime Achievement Award ... Northern Ohio Women Sports Foundation Athlete of the Year.

National/Club Competition: A member of the 2005 United States team that competed in Switzerland ... The starting setter for the USA Junior National Team that competed in 2005 at the World Championships in Turkey ... Member of the 2004 Junior National Team that took first at NORCECA ... Member of the 2003 USA Youth National Team that competed in Poland at the World Championships, beating Russia ... Competed at the 2002 USA A-2 National Camp ... Named to the U.S. National Team Training Roster for spring 2008.

Personal: Daughter of Steve and Amy Kehoe ... Has two brothers, Steven, Jr. (18) and Seth (15) ... Father, Steve, played volleyball at Ball State ... Mother, Amy was a two-time All-American volleyball player at Western Michigan ... Grandfather, Fred Kehoe, played football at Ball State University ... Full name is Bryn Drake Kehoe.

Kehoe's Career Statistics (As of 12/16/07)

YearGKKPGETAPCTAAPGSASESAPGREDIGDPGBSBATOTBPGBE
2004132570.4318150.260163712.4037360.2823642.76774810.6112
200584420.5017113.221110413.1436180.4332212.63942510.6110
20061101050.9523224.366147313.3928260.2523162.87878860.7819
2007121760.6329208.226174214.4028310.2303192.641175860.7120
Totals4472800.6387695.278595613.321291110.29712202.73352693040.6861

Kehoe's Career Highs (As of 12/16/07)

Kills 6, 3X, last vs. UCLA (11/11/06)
Attempts 16 at Penn State (8/26/05)
Aces 5, 2X, last vs. Penn State (12/15/07)
Digs 23 vs. Penn State (9/10/04)
Assists 76 vs. UCLA (12/8/07)
Blocks 8 vs. Washington (11/24/06)
Hitting Percentage .500 (6-1-10) vs. UCLA (11/11/06)

Getting To Know Bryn Kehoe

Nickname: B, Drake
My superstitions/pre-game rituals are: Dancing in the locker room
My favorite place that I ever visited is: Rome - there's so much history
My favorite place on the Stanford campus is: Memorial Church
Since coming to Stanford, I have learned: Patience
My sports hero growing up was: Misty May
Stanford volleyball will be fun to watch this year because: We are competitive and like to have fun!
My favorite class at Stanford has been: Italian and Sports Journalism
If I could bring anything to Stanford from my hometown, it would be: Skyline Chili, Graeter's Ice Cream, and Montgomery Inn
In my off-time, I'm most likely to be found: Sleeping
My primary inspiration in sports is: Overcoming obstacles
The best thing about Stanford is: Academics, athletics, the people, the weather...Everything!
The biggest thrill of my life to date: Winning a National Championship
I'm most thankful for: My family
Best book I have ever read: Tuesdays With Morrie
Favorite food: Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
Least favorite food: Brussel Sprouts
Athlete I admire most: Justine Henin Hardenne
Favorite actor/actress: Denzel Washington/Renee Zellweger
My favorite movie: It's a tie: I will always love Cool Runnings and Love Actually is amazing
My favorite TV show: Law and Order
My ultimate Sportscenter highlight would be: Winning another National Championship!
My parents were right when they told me: Stay true to yourself
Ten years from now I hope to be: Happy
If I had to cook all of my meals, I'd probably survive on: Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches
The place I'd most like to visit: Australia
Favorite vacation spot: The Bahamas
The best advice I ever received was: Relax
After my Stanford career is over, I'd like to be remembered as: Someone who played with heart, and left it all on the court
The reason I chose Stanford University is: A great place for academics and athletics.
My favorite thing to do on campus is: Go to other sporting events
I'm afraid of: Spiders and snakes
My funniest teammate is: Janet
The team's best dancer is: Erin
The best singer on the team is: Jess
The most forgetful person on the team is: Foluke
The most responsible person on the team is: Now that Michelle is gone... probably me
The person most likely to succeed on the team is: Franci
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