Every women’s team (11) averaged a 3.0 G.P.A. or higher
Owls Post 18 Wins for Second Season in a Row
All-Conference Picks Stepanovic, Brown Highlight Position
Senior Led Team in Hitting Percentage, Blocks and Service Aces Last Season
The Owls had 204 student-athletes make the Honor Roll and 34 win the Commissioner's Academic Medal
Junior (2014): Hit .800 (8-0-10) in the season opening win over Bethune-Cookman (8/29)...was named to the all-tournament team at the FAU Invitational...averaged three kills per set at the Hilton Garden Inn/HomeWood Suites Classic and was named to the all-tournament team...totaled 10 blocks in matches against UAB and Western Kentucky to earn C-USA Defensive Player of the Week honors, becoming the first FAU player in nearly eight years to win a weekly conference award...tallied 17 kills and three total blocks in a win over FIU (10/29) and followed that up with an 11 kill, eight block performance vs. Charlotte (10/31) to help the Owls clinch a spot in the C-USA tournament...finished the year with a team-high .362 hitting percentage and was named first team all-conference.
Sophomore (2013): Had seven kills and eight total blocks in five set win over UCF, followed that up with a season high 16 kill, five block effort against Marshall...had 11 kills vs. Florida Gulf Coast...posted 15 kills vs. Rice and had 13 in her next match against Lousiana Tech...tallied 12 kills in a win over North Texas that helped clinch C-USA tournament bid...registered 15 kills in final home match of the season vs. Southern Miss...led team with a .326 hitting efficency.
UT-Brownsville: Helped the Ocelots to an NAIA Final Four appearance while playing for Todd Lowery, who coached FAU head coach Fernanda Nelson in college.
Maja Ristic Named Preseason All-Conference USA
Volleyball Releases 2016 Schedule
Alyssa Warren Joins Volleyball Coaching Staff
Three FAU Student-Athletes Invited to NCAA 2016...
Four FAU Student-Athletes Earned Scholar-Baller...
Fernanda Nelson Announces Summer Camp Dates
FAU's Student Athletes Post the Program's...