As a junior ('05): Excelled in A-Sun play with a .316 hitting percentage to rank third in the league...named to the USF Best Western Invitational All-Tournament Team after she hit .464 for the weekend with 18 kills in 28 attempts and added six blocks...had four matches with 10 or more kills...had 11 matches with four or more blocks...in a three-match conference stretch from Oct. 8-22 she put together 22 kills in 35 attempts and only committed three errors for a .543 hitting percentage...her season-high eight blocks came in a three-game match against Iona.
At the A-Sun Tournament ('05): Finished second on the team with nine blocks and added 14 kills in two matches.
As a sophomore ('04): Played in 27 matches and finished second on the team in blocks with 68 from the right side... picked up 164 kills in 368 attempts for a .231 average...her ability to hit quick sets from the right side allowed the FAU setters to add a new dimension to the offense...had four matches with over 10 kills, all came in last eight matches of the season...season-high 12 came against Georgia State...tallied five or more blocks in five matches with a season-high nine in the last match of the regular season against Arkansas State.
At the A-Sun Tournament ('04): Finished with a team-high four blocks and added 11 kills and a dig against Jacksonville for 13 points.
As a freshman ('03): Used mainly as a right side hitter but also saw time on the outside...started 17 matches in her rookie season...was one block shy of the FAU match record when she tallied nine blocks against Mercer (10/31)...posted seven double-digit kill matches with a career-high 20 kills coming against Clemson on September 13.
At the A-Sun Tournament ('03): Did not play against Mercer but tallied three kills and two digs in the semifinal match.
High School: Played for Charlie Davis at Charlotte Amalie High School...finished 49-1 in her final two seasons...named MVP her junior and senior seasons, along with being named to the All-Tournament Team at the Cloverleaf Tournament, Virgin Islands Daily News Territorial Athlete of the Year, an Upward Bound Youth Role Model and to the Virgin Islands National Volleyball and Basketball teams.
Club Volleyball: Played for the Island Mix Volleyball Club.
Personal: Political science major...daughter of Levron and Carla Sarauw...born Sept. 27, 1985, in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands...an avid saxophone player that gives music lessons over the summer...was named the 2003 Virgin Islands Carnival Queen.
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