2 - Olivia Moss|
|Previous School:||Lewis Palmer HS|
CAREER STATS (pdf)
The team’s lone fifth-year senior, Moss appeared in all 30 matches, including 27 starts and 101 total sets played…increased her blocks per set average every season, culminating in a career-high 1.43 this year…the blocks per set average was easily the best mark in the Big Sky Conference, and 18th best in the nation…also averaged 1.04 kills and 1.84 points per set while hitting .205…tallied at least five blocks on 15 occasions, including a career-high 13 at home against Weber State…the 13 blocks are tied for the third best mark in Sacramento State single-match history…also had 10 blocks at home against Montana State…hit at least .333 on 10 occasions, including a career-high tying .500 hitting percentage (5-0-10) at Northern Colorado…posted a total of 105 kills, including a combined 33 kills over the final six matches of the season.
Appeared in 20 matches, including 10 starts at middle blocker…finished with averages of 0.70 kills and 1.09 blocks per set…the block average was the third best on the team…improved that average to a team-high 1.26 blocks per set against conference competition…that mark would have ranked as the third best mark in the Big Sky if she had enough total blocks to qualify…posted at least eight blocks in four matches, including a season-best nine at Eastern Washington…had five kills, a .571 hitting percentage (5-1-7) and four blocks against Cal State Northridge.
Appeared in 32 matches, including 31 starts as one of the team’s middle hitters…played in 116 of a possible 127 sets…finished with averages of 0.59 kills and 0.91 blocks per set…the blocks were the seventh best mark in the Big Sky…averaged 1.02 blocks per set against conference competition, which was the sixth best mark in the league…had six kills, a .417 hitting percentage and season-best nine blocks at Portland State…also had seven kills, a .500 hitting percentage (7-0-14) and six blocks vs. Northern Colorado…finished the season with a .199 hitting percentage…over the final 10 matches of the season, Moss hit .377 (32-3-77) with averages of 0.89 kills and 1.14 blocks per set…named to the Big Sky Conference all-academic team for the second time.
Took a medical hardship after undergoing offseason shoulder surgery.
Played in 21 matches, including four starts in her first season with the Hornets…recorded a .277 hitting percentage (38-15-83), which was the second best mark on the team…also averaged 1.00 kills and 0.53 blocks per set…posted season highs in kills (12), digs (3) and blocks (4) against Cal State Bakersfield…also hit .474 (12-3-19) in that match…had eight kills and a .375 hitting percentage (8-2-16) at UC Davis…one of eight Hornets named to the Big Sky Conference all-academic team.
A 2008 graduate of Lewis Palmer High School in Monument, Colo…played four years of volleyball at both the middle and rightside hitter positions…a two-time first team academic all-state selection (2006-07)…as the team’s rightside hitter in 2007, she helped the Rangers to a 26-4 overall record, a Colorado Springs Metro League championship, a district and regional championship, and an appearance in the state tournament…had 10 kills and eight blocks (four solos) against Lakewood High School at the Regional Tournament…posted a 4.0 gpa during her final three years of high school.
Parents are Phil and Julie Moss…a dietetics major…played from 2003-08 for the Front Range Volleyball Club of Centennial, Colo…member of the team that placed second at the Junior Olympics in 2005 (15-under National Division) and fifth at the same event in 2006 (16-under Open Division)…in the summer of 2008, she played for the 18-under team that finished tied for fifth in the Open Division…recipient of Front Range’s Spirit of Excellence Award in 2007, given to just one person in the club each year.