Krystal McFarland
Krystal McFarland

Player Profile
RS Senior

Ventura, CA

High School:
Buena HS





Overview: A Second-Team All-Tournament selection at Open Nationals in May, McFarland is poised to run the Bruin offense for a third consecutive season in 2004.

2003 Honors/Awards: Named to the Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 team. All-Tournament at the Time Warner Cable Texas Invitational.

2003:Quarterbacked the Bruin offense throughout the season, stepping aside only at early-season tournaments and in situations when a bigger block was necessary in the front row. Guided the Bruins to a .342 attack percentage against San Diego and a .295 clip against UC Irvine in the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament. Had a career-high 65 assists in UCLA's five-game loss at Stanford on Oct. 16. Ranked fourth in the Pac-10 with 11.25 assists per game. Has topped 50 assists in nine matches this season. Started 27 of UCLA's 29 regular season matches while playing in 102 of a possible 108 games. Has nine double-figure dig matches including a season-high 20 at Washington on Oct. 3. Career-high of five blocks has been reached three times this season, against Hawai'i, at Stanford and at Cal State Northridge. Career-highs of seven kills and nine points were set on back-to-back nights at Oregon and Oregon State in October (7 K, 4 BA).

2002: Played 117 of a possible 118 games. Had double-digit assist totals in all 34 matches and surpassed 20 assists in 30 of the 34 matches. Top two assist performances came at Washington State Oct. 25 and San Francisco Sept. 11, where she had a career-high 60 against the Cougars and 52 against the Lady Dons. Had double-digit digs in eight matches with a career-high 21 against Washington State on Sept. 28. Had her best offensive performances at San Francisco and at Washington State with five kills in each. Topped five points on two occasions with a career-best 7.0 against San Francisco on Sept. 11 with five kills and four blocks. Had 6.5 points in UCLA's five-game loss at Washington State on Oct. 25, recording five kills and three block assists. Recorded her 1,000th assist of the season in UCLA's season-ending loss at Pepperdine on Dec. 6.

2001: Redshirted the 2001 season

2000: Played in 21 games over 13 matches. Served an ace in her first collegiate appearance on Aug. 25 against Penn State. Earned her first career start on Oct. 6 at USC. Subbed for both Ashley Bowles and Lauren Fendrick in various situations. Season-high three kills came at USC on Oct. 6. Served two aces at Stanford on Sept. 23.

Prep: Member of the 1998 and 1999 U.S. Youth National Team. Team won the gold medal at the NORCECA Tournament in Puerto Rico, in Aug., 1998. At Buena HS, named the Los Angeles Times Player of the Week after accumulating 70 kills in three consecutive matches. LA Times All-Ventura County Team. First-team All-Channel League as a senior. Team MVP, Top Gun and captain as a senior. All-CIF First-team (Div. 1A) and All-Channel League as a junior. MVP of Ventura Classic and Gold Coast Classic Tournaments. Played club volleyball with Renegades, earning All-America honors at the 1999 Junior Nationals in New Orleans. Team placed fifth at Junior Nationals in 1999.