4 - Leah Klemenhagen|
|Hometown:||North Bend, Ore.|
|Previous School:||North Bend HS|
Appeared in 35 matches, including 25 starts and 109 games...averaged 1.28 kills and 1.15 blocks per game to go along with a .208 hitting percentage...the blocks per game were the sixth best mark in the Big Sky as Klemenhagen was part of a Hornet defense that ranked third in the nation in blocks per game...posted at least five blocks in 12 matches, including a career-high eight (and three solo blocks) at Saint Mary’s...had a career-high 10 kills to go along with a .450 hitting percentage at Montana State...posted career highs in nearly every statistical category, including kills (140), assists (55), digs (43) and blocks (125)...hit at least .400 on seven occasions...had eight kills and a .429 hitting percentage in the Big Sky Tournament semifinals against Northern Colorado.
Appeared in 27 matches, including one start...averaged 1.38 kills and 0.44 blocks per game to go along with a .291 hitting percentage...the .291 hitting percentage ranked as the third-best mark on the team...also recorded 1.37 kills per game and a .311 hitting percentage against Big Sky competition...had a career-high nine kills against Michigan State and Northern Arizona (both Sacramento State victories)...in the match against Northern Arizona (Nov. 12), she also had a career-high .529 hitting percentage (9-0-17) and a season-high four blocks...Sacramento State went 7-0 in matches where she hit at least .400...in the Hornets’ victory over Michigan State, she tallied nine kills, a .421 hitting percentage (9-1-19), four digs and three blocks...has combined to hit .322 over the last two years.
Appeared in 18 matches, including 29 games...had 28 kills with just six errors in 54 total attacks, good for a .407 hitting percentage...hit above .300 in 10 of the 18 matches in which she appeared...that included five kills and a 1.000 hitting percentage (5-0-5) at Northern Arizona...hit .571 (5-1-7) against Idaho State with five kills, two assists and two blocks...had three blocks on two occasions (against Colgate and Weber State).
Appeared in 22 matches, including three starts and 43 total games...tallied at least a .333 hitting percentage seven times...including an .800 hitting percentage (4-0-5) vs. Montana State...tallied season highs in kills (six), attempts (10) and aces (two) in the Hornets’ win at Saint Mary’s...posted averages of 0.72 kills, 0.56 digs and 0.63 blocks per game...posted 1.00 kills per game and a .364 hitting percentage against Big Sky competition...the .364 hitting percentage was the second-best mark on the team, as she had just four errors in 33 total attacks...had three crucial digs in the latter stages of the Hornets’ victory over Eastern Washington in the Big Sky Tournament championship match...recorded at least three blocks on four occasions, including a career-high five vs. Kentucky.
A 2003 graduate of North Bend High School in Oregon...a four-sport athlete, Klemenhagen played four years of volleyball and tennis, and one season of swimming and basketball...in volleyball, she was a three-year varsity starter as a middle blocker...a three-time all-Far West League selection, including a first team selection twice (2001-02) and a league MVP selection once (2002)...led North Bend HS to a 14-0 record in Far West League play in 2002.
Born Aug. 4, 1985...parents are Susan and Robert Klemenhagen...a family and consumer sciences major...played club volleyball for the Webfoot Juniors 18 Gold of Eugene, Ore., in 2002-03...brother, Nick, played basketball for Southern Oregon in Ashland.