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2008 (Junior): Led the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference in blocks per set as a junior, posting 134 total and an average of 1.09 per frame... Also put away 206 kills, an average of 1.67 per set... Saw action in all 123 sets of the season... Opened the season with four solo blocks, five total, against Lehigh (8/29)... Put away seven total blocks, three solos, against Morgan State in the home opener (9/9)... Hit at a .360 clip with 13 kills against NJIT (9/13)... Also had six total blocks in the match... Hit .412 at George Washington (10/14)... Recorded 11 kills and seven total blocks, all assists, at Canisius (10/18)... Hit .387 with 14 kills at home versus Rider (11/8)... Banged down a season-high 18 kills, one off her previous career high, and hit .394 versus Fairfield (11/15) in a five-set match... Also had seven block assists against the Stags... Named to the MAAC All-Academic Team.
2007 (Sophomore): Started all 34 matches, and played in all 128 games, at middle blocker... Earned All-MAAC Second Team honors and was named to the MAAC All-Academic Team... Also earned All-Tournament honors at the MAAC Championships... Led the Greyhounds, and the conference, with 159 total blocks... Averaged 1.24 blocks per game... Second on the team with 356 kills, 2.78 per game... Fourth in the MAAC, and tops on the team, with a .315 hitting percentage... Averaged 1.40 blocks per game against MAAC opponents, leading all conference players in that category during conference play... Posted 10 or more kills in 22 of Loyola's 34 matches, and she had five or more total blocks 15 times... Put down 17 kills, and had only two errors in 24 swings for a career-high .625 hitting percentage, in the final regular-season game of the year against Iona (11/11)... Also had seven total blocks against the Gaels and earned MAAC Offensive Player of the Week honors... Recorded 12 total blocks, a career-high, and had 14 kills against Saint Peter's (10/14)... Posted 11 total blocks against Navy (10/2)... Put down 14 kills and assisted on three blocks in the MAAC Semifinals at Fairfield (11/18)... Knocked down a season-high 19 kills against Siena (9/22)... Had 18 kills, and a .538 hitting percentage, in a five-game win at Holy Cross (9/8), earning All-Tournament honors at the Crusader Classic.
2006 (Freshman): Appeared in all 36 matches and 132 games, starting all but two of the matches during her first collegiate campaign... Hit .562 with 11 kills Coppin State (9/2)... Posted 13 kills against La Salle (9/9) and followed that performance with an 11-kill output, while hitting .435, against North Carolina A&T (9/9)... Had six total blocks against the Aggies, as well... Recorded her first collegiate double-double with 13 kills and 11 total blocks, two solo, in a five-game win over Iona (9/17)... Had eight total blocks to go with 15 kills against Marist (10/1)... Posted 15 kills and six total blocks against Niagara (10/14)... Had 14 kills a day later against Canisius (10/15)... Reeled off 18 kills with just three errors in 25 attempts for a season-best .600 hitting percentage at Navy (10/17)... Had a season-high 19 kills and hit .500 against Saint Peter's (10/29)... Posted nine total blocks in back-to-back games at Iona (11/4) and at Manhattan (11/5)... Posted three 10-plus kill matches in the MAAC Championships and also matched her season-high with 11 total blocks against Iona.
High School: Earned four letters in volleyball at Centennial High School in Scottsdale, Ariz.... Served as team captain as a senior... Named as team MVP during 2005 season... Led the Firebirds to back-to-back state titles as junior and senior... United Dairymen All-American as a senior... Named All-State First Team by the East Valley Tribune and The Arizona Republic... Member of the National Honor Society... Played club volleyball for Club Red and Coach Joe Hesse... Club team made four appearances at the National Junior Olympic Volleyball Championships.
Personal: Karlee Anne Woodward... Born in Scottsdale, Ariz....Daughter of Dena and Bruce Woodward... Pursuing an interdisciplinary major in writing and psychology with a minor in business.