Overview - Tri-Captain for 2001 with Ashley Bowles and Lauren Hogan … Has been UCLA’s starting setter since her arrival in Westwood … Has a UCLA-record 14 career 70-assist matches … The previous Bruin career record was six … Completed the 2000 season with a Pac-10 and UCLA record 1824 assists … An aggressive defender and fierce competitor … Comfortable running the team on the floor.
2000 Honors — Hon. Mention All-Pac-10.
2000 — Led the Pac-10 in assists per game and was third in the nation in that category … Dished a career-high 89 assists on Dec. 3 in UCLA’s second-round win over Michigan State … That is the third-best single-match performance in UCLA history, behind two Holly McPeak performances that are both in the 90s … It was also the fifth-best single-match performance in Pac-10 history … Set career-high marks in kills, assists and digs this season … Has three 70-assist matches this season … Had 15 matches with double-figure digs, including three that matched her career-high of 19 digs (9/10 vs. Nebraska, 12/3 vs. Michigan State, 12/8 vs. Pacific) … Career-high of six kills came on Sept. 28 in a three-game win over Oregon … Posted double-figure attacks just once during the regular season, going 5K-1E-10TA (.400) at Washington (Nov. 17) … Career-high six blocks came in regional championship match against Wisconsin … Led the Bruin offense to a season-high .417 attack percentage on Nov. 17 at Washington (75K-17E-139TA) … Had 15 matches with 60+ assists … Was over the 70-assist mark in each of UCLA’s last three matches.
1999 - First-team All-District VIII...First-team All-Pacific-10...Led the Pac-10 in assists per game (14.12) and was eighth in the nation in that category...The UCLA offense also led the Pac-10 with 17.71 kills per game, an average that was third nationally...The Bruins also ranked ninth as a team on the NCAA hitting percentage list, connecting at a .287 clip...Topped the 50-assist mark in all four NCAA Tournament matches, with 52 against Eastern Washington, 54 against Ohio State, 70 vs. Pepperdine and 54 at Penn State...Added one service ace and one block vs. EWU and OSU, and double-doubled against the Eagles with 11 digs...Also double-doubled with 13 digs vs. Pepperdine...With 72 assists at Arizona on Oct. 22, became UCLA’s all-time leader with seven career 70+ assist matches...That broke the previous record of six held by Ann Boyer (1985-88) and Kim Coleman (1994-97)...Extended that mark to eight with 70 assists in the NCAA Tournament match vs. Pepperdine...Also topped the 60-assist mark three times, with 68 against Minnesota (Sept. 5), 63 against Arizona State (Sept. 25) and 61 at USC (Nov. 19)...Has double-figure digs in six matches, including a season-best of 13 at USC on Nov. 19...Three block assists against Cal on Oct. 8 marks her season-best.
1998 - Pac-10 All-Freshman Honorable Mention selection...Finished the season ranked 19th in the nation and second in the Pac-10 in assists per game (13.69)...Became the first freshman in UCLA history to record over 80 assists in a match when she notched 88 against No. 4 UCSB on Oct. 14...Her 88 assists was also the third-highest total ever at UCLA...Became only the seventh player in UCLA history to record over 70 assists in a single match when she did it against Stanford on Sept. 20...Reached the 70-plus plateau six times, including 78 against Washington on Nov. 15...Also registered eight 60-plus assist outings...Set season-highs with 17 digs and three aces against USC on Oct. 30...Posted double-figure digs in 10 matches...Started and played in all 110 games and 28 matches.
Prep - Considered one of the top setters in the country her senior season...Member of UCLA’s No. 2 ranked recruiting class...Volleyball magazine first-team All-American and Fab 50 selection...Three-time Junior Olympic All-American...Guided her club team, Kaepa City Beach 18 Black, to a Junior Olympic National Championship in 1998...Coached by Dave Gamblin at City Beach...Three-year letterwinner at Linden High School for coach Bill Rood...Led Linden to a state championship her junior season.
Personal - Psychology major...Plans to pursue a career in law...Daughter of Robert and Kathy Selsor...Has a younger sister, Sarah...Born Erika Anne Selsor on May 3, 1980, in Visalia, CA.
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