14 - Alex Diemer|
|Previous School:||Washington State|
Practiced with the team, but did not play in any matches per NCAA transfer rules.
At Washington State (2009-10)
Played two seasons (2009-10) at Washington State after transferring from Boise State…as a junior in 2010, Diemer averaged 5.80 assists per set while appearing in seven matches and 15 sets…had a career-high 42 assists against UC Santa Barbara…also had 28 assists against UC Irvine, and 11 vs. Tulsa…left the team in mid-September…as a sophomore in 2009, Diemer played in 14 matches, including 19 sets…averaged 0.89 assists and 0.58 digs per set…posted a season-high six assists against Montana State, and season-best seven digs at sixth-ranked UCLA.
At Boise State (2008)
Spent her freshman season (2008) at Boise State…played in 11 matches, including 14 sets…averaged 1.71 assists and 0.36 digs per set…had season totals of two kills, 24 assists, five digs and two blocks.
A 2008 graduate of Rocklin High School…played four years of volleyball as a setter and rightside hitter, and competed four seasons with the track team as a sprinter and jumper…in volleyball, she was a three-time first team all-Sierra Foothill League selection, and named the league’s MVP as a senior…was the volleyball team captain during both her junior and senior seasons…as a senior, she helped lead the Thunder to a 34-8 overall record, an 11-2 conference mark and a quarterfinal appearance in the Div. II Northern California playoffs…named MVP of the Sacramento Optimist All-Star match…during her track career, she was a member of the school-record setting 4x400m relay team…named Rocklin High School’s Female Athlete of the Year in 2007.
Parents are Will and Mindi…a psychology major…father, Will, played baseball at Santa Clara...played high school volleyball with current Hornets Janelle Currey and Kelsey Elston at Rocklin High School.