2009 -- Played in three matches with one start vs. UOP (1/9) ... Recorded career-highs vs. UOP in kills (4), digs (3), TBs (1) and points (6.5) ... Recorded three kills and a block assist vs. USC (2/20) ... Also received 16 serves without an error ... Three-time member of the Director's Honor Roll.
2008 -- A shoulder injury limited his playing time ... Played in five matches and six games ... Recorded two kills each in matches against UCSD (3/28), LBS (3/29) and Stanford (4/11) ... Member of the Director's Honor Roll all three quarters.
2007 -- Played in seven matches and nine games, but did not earn a letter ... Recorded a career-high of three kills (.500) vs. UCSB (1/5) with two digs and one block assist ... Tied that mark with three kills in 11 swings vs. UCI (1/6) ... Underwent shoulder surgery after the season ... Earned a spot on the Director's Honor Roll in the Fall and Spring Quarters.
High School -- Eight-time letterman in basketball (4) and volleyball (4) at Woodbridge HS in Irvine ... Played for coach John Halagan in basketball and coach Donnie Rafter in volleyball ... Two-time All-Seaview League basketball selection, including first-team honors in 2006 ... Three-time First-Team All-Seaview League volleyball selection, including MVP honors and the league's Male Athlete of the Year in 2006 ... Also earned First-Team All-CIF and All-Orange County in 2006 ... Named First-Team Volleyball prep All-American as a senior and a "Fab 50" player ... Recorded 41 kills vs. St. John Bosco in the 2006 CIF quarterfinals.
Club -- Played four seasons for the Balboa Bay Volleyball Club, earning bronze and silver medals at the Junior Olympics ... Also was named to the JO All-Tournament Team four straight years ... Two-year member of the Youth National Team, which traveled to Mexico and Brazil for competitions.
Personal -- Younger brother of Kris Kraushaar (UCLA '06), an all-conference outside hitter for the Bruins ... Grandson of Carl Kraushaar, who played basketball for John Wooden at UCLA in the 1940s ... Lists traveling to Brazil with the Youth National Team and competing against Brazil, Italy and Argentina as a career highlight ... Full name is Kent William Kraushaar ... Undeclared major.
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