Agi Nemeth is expected to step up in her second season with the Horned Frogs. With more time on the court, her defense at the net will increase the team's blocking power, while the added experience will boost her offensive stats.
Sophomore Season (2004)
Nemeth played in 12 matches her first year with TCU. Her lankiness and big block threw teams off from their usual routine. Against Saint Peter's during the New England Challenge, she served up three aces, and against Northwestern State dug two balls and assisted on two blocks.
Prior to TCU
Nèmeth played for the Volleyball Team of Godollo for two years under coach Laszlo Hollsi while in her native Hungary. The squad claimed fifth place at the National Championships - First Division in 2003-04, and fourth in 2002-03 at the championships.
Nèmeth attended the Pálffy Miklos Secondary School of Trade in Gyor where she played for Erno Farnady. In 2000 and 2001, she competed for the Volleyball Team of Gyor, helping the team to first place finishes at the National Junior Championship - Second Division both years. Nèmeth was also part of the squad that won the Hungarian Beach Volleyball Junior Championship in 2000. She was a multiple winner of the "Outstanding Student and Player Award", and earned the "Pálffy Award" in 2000 for exceptional academic, social work and commitment.
Born on March 4, 1983, Àgnes "Àgi" Nèmeth is the daughter of Ferencnè Nèmeth. She is a business/management major at TCU, and plans to work in Europe following graduation. In her free time, Nèmeth enjoys studying and speaking foreign languages. Nèmeth has an older sister, Katalin.