Emily Allen will look to regain her form after missing the 2005 campaign due to injury. A stalwart her first two seasons in Fort Worth, she had played in 67 consecutive matches prior to last season. On the school's all-time lists, she ranks first in aces per game (0.41), second in attack percentage (.282), fourth in points (742.0), tied for fourth in total aces (99), eighth in kills per game (2.45) and 10th in assists (97). One of the most veteran players on the team, Allen is an offensive threat with her quick, one-foot attacks and jump float serves.
Sat out the season after taking a medical redshirt.
Shifted to the right side in her sophomore season and enjoyed much success in her new position.
Was the only Frog to start all 32 matches.
Led the team in aces on 12 occasions and blew away the previous single-season ace mark by landing 57 serves for scores, leading Conference USA for much of the year in that category.
Hit .300 or higher a total of 15 times.
Had eight double-doubles to rank second on TCU.
Notched 16 double-digit dig performances to place second on the Frogs.
Totaled at least 10 kills in 13 matches to rank fourth on the squad.
Blasted seven aces in the win over Prairie View A&M to establish a new TCU single-match record.
Earned a place on the All-TCU Molten Invitational team after an outstanding hitting performance of .438 to lead the Horned Frogs against San Francisco.
Standout match came against USF, when she hit 14-1-20 for a .650 average, the highest by any Horned Frog during 2004.
Broke the TCU freshman record for matches played in a season (35).
Garnered the starting nod in all 35 matches she played.
Led the team in kills once and topped the stat columns in blocks on four separate occasions.
Paced the Frogs in aces nine times, the most on the squad.
Posted 11 matches with double-figure kills.
Recorded at least 10 digs in two matches.
Earned her first double-double versus Northeastern at the Pittsburgh Classic with 16 kills and 10 digs.
Finished with the third-most matches played in a single season in school annals.
Owned the third-best single-season attack percentage in TCU history and tied for third in single-season aces per game.
Was one of nine TCU volleyball players to earn C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll accolades.
Played prep volleyball at San Jose's Archbishop Mitty High School under coach Bret Almazon-Cezar.
Led team to the 2001 California Division I state title.
Named the Blossom Athletic League junior of the year and also won her team's "Players Award."
Earned fourth-team all-state honors following her final prep campaign.
Competed for Club Yahoo for coach Daryl Kapis.
Was part of the team that claimed fifth place in the nation in 2002.
Also competed in basketball and softball as a prep.
Full name is Emily Elizabeth Allen.
Born November 5, 1984.
Is the daughter of Mark and Selby Allen.
Has two siblings, Joe and Christine.
Is a geology major.