3 - Atlee Hubbard|
|Hometown:||Menlo Park, Calif.|
|Previous School:||Rhode Island|
Named first team all-Big Sky for the second straight year...started all 36 matches and appeared in all 123 games this season...led the Big Sky with 23 double-doubles (kills and digs)...had a career-high streak of 17 straight matches with double figures in kills...had at least 10 kills in all but four matches during the season, including a career-high 27 at Northern Colorado...had double figures in digs in all but 10 matches...ranked fourth in the Big Sky with 4.03 kills per game...also averaged 3.41 digs per game...hit a carer-high .516 against Montana State with 19 kills and just three errors in 31 attacks...had 13 matches with at least 15 kills...her 35 aces were the most on the team...also averaged 0.65 blocks per game...named to the Big Sky all-tournament team for the third straight year.
One of two Hornets named first team all-Big Sky Conference after leading the Hornets (and ranking sixth in the Big Sky) with 3.73 kills per game...also finished second on the team and ninth in the Big Sky with 3.70 digs per game...against conference competition, she averaged 4.30 kills per game, which ranked second in the Big Sky...also named to the all-tournament team at the Big Sky Tournament after leading the Hornets in kills in both of the team’s matches...ranked third in the Big Sky in double-doubles (22) and tied for third with six matches with at least 20 kills...started all but one match during the season...had double figures in kills a team-leading 26 times, including a career-high 26 kills in a four-game victory over Weber State...posted double-figure digs on 28 occasions, the second best mark on the Hornets...her 37 aces were the most on the team...averaged 0.63 blocks per game...had 20 kills and 20 digs in the win over Eastern Washington in the Big Sky Tournament championship match.
Started all 33 matches while appearing in 114 games...averaged 2.73 kills, 2.99 digs and 0.46 blocks per game...named all-tournament at the Big Sky Conference Tournament after posting 15 kills against Montana State and 17 kills against Eastern Washington in the championship match...had 11 double-doubles, the 10th-best mark in the Big Sky...had 16 matches with double figures in kills and 17 matches with double figures in digs...had at least 10 kills in nine of her final 12 matches, including a season-high 21 vs. Montana State during the regular season...had a season-high 21 digs vs. San Jose State.
Prior to Sacramento State
Played one year of volleyball (2003) at Div. I Rhode Island...appeared in 25 matches for the Rams, which included 22 starts as a freshman...finished second on the team in kills (2.84 kpg), tied for first in service aces (0.31 apg), and fifth in digs (1.78 dpg)...in a 3-1 victory over Southeast Missouri State, she posted a .321 hitting percentage, 25 kills, 19 digs and three blocks...named to a pair of all-tournament teams.
A 2003 graduate of Menlo-Atherton High School in Atherton, Calif...played four years of volleyball at outside hitter and middle blocker...named MVP of the Peninsula Athletic League (Ocean Division) as a sophomore and the Bay Division MVP as a junior...named all-county during her final two years and was a three-time MVP of the Burlingame Tournament.
Born Sept. 14, 1985...parents are Tom and Lyndal Hubbard...a photography major...sister, Gwen Hubbard, was Cal Poly’s libero in 2003...played seven years of club volleyball for Santa Clara’s City Beach Volleyball Club.