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  Zoe Nightingale
Zoe Nightingale

Player Profile
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Sacramento, Calif.

High School:
St. Francis HS

Height:
6-3

Position:
MB

Experience:
HS

ST. FRANCIS HIGH SCHOOL
Nightingale was a four-year letterwinner at St. Francis High School in Sacramento, Calif. ... was named the Sacramento Bee Player of the Year as a senior and was ranked 19th on PrepVolleyball's Senior Aces list ... earned three Delta River League Most Valuable Player, All-Metro First Team and All-City First Team awards ('08-'10) and a pair of All-CIF First Team honors ('09-'10) ... named Sacramento Female Athlete of the Year in 2011 ... received All-American accolades from PrepVolleyball, AVCA Under Armour, MaxPreps and ESPN Rise ... produced 1,236 kills and 1,146 digs in her four years at St. Francis ... helped the Troubadours to four straight undefeated league titles, a Division II Section championship as a junior and a Division I second-place finish as a senior ... led St. Francis in kills (423), blocks (88) and digs (360) as a senior and was first in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section in blocks with 109 and digs with 428 as a junior (fourth with 415 kills) ... coached by Alynn Wright ... played club with Force Volleyball ... participated in Junior Nationals from 2006-11.

PERSONAL
Born Zoë Anne Nightingale on June 8, 1993 in Sacramento, Calif. ... parents are Cheryl and Jeffrey Nightingale ... has one younger sister, Noa ... says the top reasons she competes in volleyball are the highs and lows of the game and cheering with her team after someone gets an amazing block or kill at a crucial point ... favorites include the TV show "Flight of the Concords", the movie "Bridesmaids", P.F. Chang's lettuce wraps and the San Francisco Giants ... chose to attend UCLA because of the great team, great coaches, great degree and great area ... hobbies include going to the beach, yoga, pretending to surf, hiking and roaming around ... favorite classes are anatomy and physiology ... undecided on a major.


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