2005 -- Played in 19 matches and 39 games ... Recorded a career-high of 24 kills (.550) with two aces and four total blocks for 29.0 points vs. CSN (4/23) ... Came off the bench and recorded 10 kills (.667) with an ace and four total blocks vs. UCSD (4/15) ...Recorded eight kills (.500) and an ace vs. LBS (4/14) ... Played in the NCAA semifinal vs. PSU (3/5) and recorded two kills (.333) ... Also played in the NCAA championship match vs. Pep (5/7) and recorded one kill.
2004 -- Played in two games of the match against Long Beach State (2/11) and recorded three kills and a dig.
2003 -- Played in 23 matches and 16 conference matches ... Recorded a season-high of 17 kills vs. UCI (1/17) and added eight digs ... Also served a career-high of four aces vs. Long Beach St. (2/28) ... Recorded 11 kills (.588), six digs and two blocks vs. CS Northridge (2/5) in a relief role ... Recorded 10 kills, three digs and two blocks vs. UCI (1/11).
2002 -- Played in 17 matches and 11 conference matches ... Started vs. BYU (2/23) and recorded nine kills, nine digs and a career-high of five block assists ... Recorded a season-high of 10 digs vs. BYU (2/21).
2001 -- Redshirted the season.
High School -- Well-decorated three-sport athlete at San Clemente HS ... Earned a total of six varsity letters in water polo (two-meter), basketball (forward) and volleyball (outside hitter) ... Played for coaches Marc Parker (water polo), Brad Davis (basketball) and Ken Goldstone (volleyball) ... In water polo, he led his team to the CIF semifinals and the South Coast League championship ... In basketball, he earned third-team all-league honors in 1999-2000, his team's sportsmanship award and all-tournament honors at the Anaheim Classic ... Also served as team captain ... In volleyball, he was a two-year team captain, first-team all-league and all-county ... Also earned MVP honors in the Northridge Tournament of Champions and all-tournament honors in the Orange County TOC ... Voted San Clemente HS Triton Male Athlete of the Year in 1999-2000 ... Played on the Balboa Bay Volleyball Club that placed third in the 1998 Jr. Olympics.
Personal -- Has one brother, Brett ... Chose UCLA for its "academic excellence and to win a national championship" ... Admires Magic Johnson "because he did whatever it took to win" ... Enjoys watching the Lakers ... Full name is Gray Palmer Garrett ... History major.
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