9 - Anna Schoener|
|Previous School:||Union Mine HS|
Appeared in 31 matches, including seven starts as one of the team’s two primary setters…played in 118 of a possible 123 sets…finished with averages of 0.64 kills, 4.42 assists and 0.68 blocks per set while hitting .240…posted double figures in assists in 28 of 31 matches, including 20-plus assists on 11 occasions…posted at least four blocks in 10 matches, including a career-high eight vs. Idaho State…finished the season with 76 kills…had five kills and an .833 hitting percentage in a win against Montana which clinched the Hornets’ Big Sky Tournament berth…finished career playing in 129 matches, including 433 sets…had 1,156 career assists which rank as the 10th best mark in school history…named to the Big Sky all-academic team.
Appeared in all 32 matches (four starts) and all 127 sets…a shoulder injury limited her arm swing, so she was converted into a setter for the first time in her life…became one of two Hornet setters in the team’s modified 5-1 offense…averaged 0.51 kills, 4.61 assists and 0.64 blocks per set…had double figures in assists in all but one match, including a career-high 30 at Weber State…had five kills, a .500 hitting percentage, 14 assists and four blocks at Northern Arizona…had at least four blocks on seven occasions…could not serve because of the shoulder injury…was forced to serve under-hand on a few occasions after the Hornets ran out of subs…had a career-high nine digs at Portland State.
Played in 30 matches (including 15 starts) and 91 sets as one of the team’s two primary rightside hitters…finished with averages of 1.15 kills and 0.63 blocks per set…matched her career high with 10 kills in the Hornets’ first match of the season against Siena…had a season-high seven blocks in the final contest of the year against Eastern Washington…had six kills, a .300 hitting percentage and four blocks at Portland State…also tallied seven kills, a .353 hitting percentage (7-1-17) and six blocks vs. UC Riverside.
Received medical hardships in back-to-back years while recovering from injuries.
Appeared in all 36 matches, including seven starts and 97 sets…averaged 0.97 kills and 0.69 blocks per set…shared time with Leah Klemenhagen as one of the Hornets’ two rightside hitters…had at least five kills on five occasions, including a season-high 10 vs. New Mexico State…had four kills, four assists and a season-high seven blocks against 25th-ranked Long Beach State…had six kills, a season-high .600 hitting percentage (6-0-10) and two blocks at Saint Mary’s…also had six kills and a .400 hitting percentage (6-2-10) against Montana…tallied six kills and a .429 hitting percentage (6-0-14) at UTEP.
A 2006 graduate of Union Mine High School in El Dorado, Calif…played four years of volleyball as the Diamondbacks’ middle hitter…a three-time all-league selection, Schoener led Union Mine to three-consecutive Sierra Valley League championships (2003-05)…as a senior, she posted a .610 hitting percentage with 356 kills and just 54 errors in 495 total attacks…the 356 kills were the top mark in the Sierra Valley League, and her average of 10.8 kills per match were the sixth best mark in the Sac-Joaquin Section…also had 85 blocks as a senior, 80 of which were solo blocks…led the 2005 team to a 26-8 overall record, a 13-1 league mark, a second place finish in the section championships, and an appearance in the state playoffs…had a career-high 24 kills and seven blocks in a victory over Oak Ridge HS.
Daughter of Pete Schoener…graduated in the fall of 2010 with a degree in religious studies…pursued a second bachelor’s degree in government after graduation…competed eight years for the Gold Cal Juniors club volleyball team…current Sacramento State head coach Ruben Volta was the head coach of that team which finished 11th at the junior nationals during the summer of 2006…aunt, Karen Schoener, played volleyball for Sacramento State in 1981.
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