Katie Carter
Katie Carter

Player Profile

Steamboat Springs, CO

High School:
Steamboat Springs




2005 (Junior): Had a career-high 23 kills on 57 attacks in UCLA's five-game upset of then-No. 2 Washington. Added six blocks (1-5) in that match for a career-high 26.5 points. Had a break-out match on Oct. 28 at USC, downing 19 kills on 54 attacks and scoring 19.5 points in the match. Those 19 kills led the Bruins against the Women of Troy. Had a second 19-kill match at Pepperdine on Nov. 8. Hit .425 with just two errors on 40 attacks in that match. Double-figure kills in eight matches. Also had 13 matches with double-figure points, including a then-career-high 23 at Pepperdine.

2004 (Sophomore): Had a record-setting match on Nov. 19 against Oregon State ...Had 16 kills on an error-free 26 attacks for a .615 attack percentage. That attack percentage ranks 14th in UCLA history for attack percentage in a match (min. 20 attempts). Her 26 attempts in that effort is the second-highest number of attempts for an error-free match in UCLA women's volleyball history (Kristee Porter, 9/8/2001, 20-0-27, .741 vs. Pepperdine). Also had double-figure kills against Utah on Sept. 17, playing four games of the five-game match. Played in each of UCLA's final 12 regular season matches but did not play during the NCAA Tournament.

2003 (Freshman): Played in 42 games over 24 of UCLA's 33 matches. Had her first double-figure kill match on Sept. 6 against Boise State. Posted a career high with 12 kills against Texas A&M Corpus Christi at the Time Warner Cable Texas Invitational. Also had a career-high six digs in that match. Has seen time as a situational offensive replacement for the Bruins. Played in 12 of UCLA's 18 Pac-10 matches. Had a career-high two service aces in the Boise State match. Career-best two block assists were recorded in just two games played against Pepperdine in UCLA's regular season finale.

Prep: Led the Steamboat Sailors to the Colorado State Championship match. Team finished as the state runner-up. First-team All-Conference as a senior. Two-time Western Slope MVP. Named to the Rocky Mountain Newsand Denver Post All-Colorado teams. Denver Post Player of the Year as a senior. Rocky Mountain Region "Best Hitter". Four-year volleyball player and played two seasons of basketball as a center ...Volleyball Magazine/PrepVolleyball.com Fab 50 selection. Played club volleyball for Avalanche and Colorado Juniors. Lists playing in the State Championship Match as one of her biggest thrills in athletics.