Anna Vaughn
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Anna Vaughn

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Grapevine, Texas

High School:
Southlake Carroll

Height:
6-2

Position:
Middle Blocker

Birthdate:
02/10/1985

Experience:
3L


Outlook
Anna Vaughn, one of the top players in TCU history, closes out her brilliant career in 2006. She currently ranks among the school's all-time leaders in nine categories: points (1st, 1,284.5), attack percentage (1st, .321), aces (4th, 99), kills (4th, 1,031), kills per game (5th, 3.21), blocks (5th, 261), blocks per game (5th, 0.81), aces per game (6th, 0.30) and total attacks (7th, 2,274). In addition to being a threat up the middle both offensively and defensively, she is a standout in the classroom.

2005 (Junior)
• Led TCU in kills with 384 (3.76 per game) and blocks with 105 (1.03 per game) despite playing in just 27 of 34 matches due to injury.
• Finished fourth in the Mountain West Conference in kills per game and second in service aces per game (0.49).
• Registered double-digit kills in 24 matches and paced TCU in kills on 17 different occasions.
• Helped the Frogs to a 3-1 record at the George Mason Tournament Sept. 2-3 and garnered all-tournament honors for her play.
• Killed a season-high 23 balls while hitting .447 to lead the Frogs to a 3-1 victory over UMBC on Sept. 3.
• Had more than 20 kills for the second straight match, tallying 21 against Seton Hall while hitting .417.
• Earned her second straight all-tournament accolade by registering 55 kills and hitting an impressive .405 at the Pioneer Classic in Denver, Colo., Sept. 9-10, to lead TCU to the tourney championship.
• Killed 21 balls versus Jacksonville (hitting .425) and followed that with a 19-kill outing with a hitting percentage of over .500 in the Sept. 10 double header.
• Hit .529 and drilled 19 kills as the Frogs downed Air Force on Oct. 7, for the team's first-ever MWC win.
• Eclipsed the 20+ kills plateau for the fourth time, registering 22 versus New Mexico on Oct. 8.
• Made 15 kills while and hit .353 as the Frogs rallied from two games down to defeat Colorado State in an Oct. 25 thriller.
• Named to MWC All-Academic team.

2004 (Sophomore)
• Earned All-Conference USA third-team accolades.
• Played in all 32 matches and led the team in blocks (83) and blocks per game (0.69).
• Paced the team in blocks during 16 different contests.
• Put forth a .400 or higher attack percentage in 12 different matches.
• Topped 20+ kills on two separate occasions.
• Blasted 23 kills to establish a career high in TCU's 3-1 win over Harvard on Sept. 10.
• Smashed a career-high 25 kills versus at East Carolina on Oct. 9.
• Earned her first Conference USA Player of the Week award following her 25-kill performance.
• Was a C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll recipient and was named Academic All-District.

2003 (Freshman)
• Played in 31 matches and earned 24 starts.
• Led the team in blocks (73) and blocks per game (0.75).
• Paced TCU in blocks 20 times, kills six times, attacks twice and aces on three separate instances.
• Her single-season attack percentage of .365 broke the TCU record and placed her second in Conference USA and 35th in the NCAA.
• Earned C-USA All-Freshman plaudits, becoming the first TCU player to receive such honors since Marci King was tabbed in the Western Athletic Conference in 1998.
• Grabbed all-tournament accolades at the Pittsburgh Classic.
• Named to the Conference USA Commisioner's Honor Roll.

High School
• Garnered all-area team recognition during her senior season.
• Tabbed Offensive Player of the District her final prep campaign.
• Recognized as a first-team all-district pick as a junior and second-team all-district as a sophomore.
• Named to the Northwest and Fossil Ridge all-tournament teams and was the Arlington Tournament MVP.
• Competed on the basketball and track & field teams.
• Awarded the Dragon Award in 2003 for best female athlete at Southlake Carroll High School.

Personal
• Full name is Anna Audra Vaughn.
• Born February 10, 1985.
• Is the daughter of Ben Vaughn.
• Has one older brother, Charles.
• Is a Spanish and political science double major at TCU.
• Uncle, Mike Holyfield, played basketball at SMU.


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