Kristee Porter
Kristee Porter

Player Profile

Tyler, Texas

High School:
John Tyler HS



2000 — At the Pac-10 meet, Porter placed sixth in the triple jump (41-5Iw, season-best) … Season legal-best of 40-11 … In volleyball last fall, Porter set a Pac-10 record for kills in a season, earned All-America honors and was Volleyball Magazine’s “Player of the Year” … Porter also played on the Bruin women’s basketball team.

1999 — One of UCLA’s most versatile athletes … In volleyball, she was named a second-team AVCA All-American, and became the second-fastest player in NCAA history to record 1,000 career kills … In track, Porter placed third (41-5G, personal-best, No. 7 in school history, No. 44 in the U. S.) in the triple jump at the U. S. Junior meet, earning Junior All-America honors … At the Pac-10, she placed third (41-9Iw).

1998 — In volleyball, she was selected the Pac-10 Freshman of the Year and first-team All-Pac-10 … Led UCLA and Pac-10 with a 5.54 kills-per-game-average … Became only the second freshman ever chosen the AVCA National Player of the Week … Porter even appeared in four basketball games for the Bruins before switching to the track and field team.

High School — In volleyball, Porter was a U. S. Junior National team member, was the Volleyball Player of the Year in the State of Texas as a senior and a Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 selection… In basketball, she was a two-time Dist. 5A MVP and All-State selection … In track, she was the Texas State triple jump champion as a junior … State runner-up in the long jump … As a junior, her prep bests were 24.2 (200m), 56.2 (400m), 19-3w (long jump) and 41-2Gw, 40-4H (triple jump) … Long jumped 19-2w as a sophomore.

Personal — Psychology major … Born May 7, 1980.