Christy Hudson
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Christy Hudson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Yorba Linda, Calif.

High School:
Esperanza High School

Height:
6-2

Position:
RS/MB

Experience:
3L


2009 (Junior):
• Earned AVCA Honorable Mention All-American honors.
• Tabbed a 2009 MWC All-Conference player.
• Selected to the AVCA All-West Region team.
• Ranked second on the team with an average of 2.44 kills per set and ranked third with 290 kills.
• Her attack percentage of .297 ranked ninth in the league.
• Tallied the third-most blocks on the squad with 85 (5 solo, 80 assist) for an average of 0.71 per set.
• Racked up 123 digs on the season, an average of 1.03 per set.
• Appeared 33 matches and played in 119 sets while making 27 starts.
• Led the team in kills on 10 occasions, aces twice and blocks five times.
• Tallied 16 double digit kill matches and two double digit dig matches.
• Averaged 2.61 kills per set and 1.09 digs per set in conference play.
• Notched her lone double-double of the season on Aug. 28 against Arkansas with 12 kills and a season-high 19 digs.
• Also posted season-highs with six assists, three aces and six blocks in the match.
• Posted her final double-digit dig match on Aug. 29 against Loyola, finishing the match with 10.
• Smacked down 12 kills, tallied five assists and pitched in with nine digs against Baylor on Sept. 1.
• Hit a stellar .750 (9-0-12) against West Virginia at the Akron Tournament on Sept. 12.
• Helped lead the Frogs to their first-ever road win over New Mexico with 13 kills on 28 swings.
• Match started a string of four straight with double digit kills.
• Knocked down 11 in a win over Tulsa on Sept. 18.
• Followed with 15 kills against Arkansas State on Sept. 19.
• Wrapped up all-tournament accolades in the UT Arlington Invitational with a 10-kill performance against the host school on Sept. 19.
• Tallied 13 kills at Colorado State on Sept. 26.
• Posted a team-high 14 kills and pitched in with five blocks at Utah on Oct. 8.
• Turned in a 10-kill performance in a win over BYU on Oct. 10.
• Hit an even .500 (14-2-24) in a win over Air Force on Oct. 31.
• Had another dominating four-match span from Nov. 14-28 in which she racked up 56 kills.
• Tallied 14 kills each at UNLV on Nov. 14 and against New Mexico on Nov. 20.
• Hit an outstanding .517 (16-1-29) in a victory at Long Beach State on Nov. 27.
• The 16 kills were a season-high.
• Turned in a 12-kill performance against UC Irvine to bring her weekend total to 28.
• The two-game performance earned her MWC Player of the Week honors.
• Totaled eight kills in the two NCAA matches against Rice and Texas.

2008 (Sophomore)
• Earned All-Mountain West Conference honors.
• Played in 31 matches and started 23.
• Appeared in a career-high 111 sets.
• Established career highs in kills (25), hitting percentage (.353), assists (63), aces (8), digs (169) and blocks (65).
• The .353 hitting percentage ranks second all-time in school history and ranked third in the league in 2008.
• Hit .402 in league play with 133 kills.
• Posted six double-digit kill and dig matches while tallying three double-doubles on the season.
• Had a 93 percent service success rate.
• Was huge in a win over UT-Arlington, posting nine kills, 12 digs and a career-high eight blocks.
• Tallied her first double-double of the season at Texas Tech with 15 kills and 10 digs.
• Keyed the Frogs to victory over New Mexico with a career-high 17 kills and 20 digs.
• Hit .700 (8-1-10) at San Diego State on Sept. 27.
• Notched 15 kills and hit .682 in a win over UNLV on Oct. 25.
• Had another strong match against Wyoming, hitting .714 (10-0-14) in the three game victory.
• Was strong in a loss to New Mexico on Nov. 21 with 11 kills on 17 swings.
• Followed that performance with her third double-double of the season, racking up 15 kills and 14 digs.

2007 (Freshman)
• Appeared in 30 matches, making 12 starts and playing in 103 games.
• Finished her freshman campaign with 210 kills, an average of 2.04 per game.
• Ranked second on the team with a .312 hitting percentage, which also ranked seventh in the league.
• Tallied 59 assists, six aces, 122 digs and 61 blocks (3 solo, 58 assists).
• Led the team in kills on one occasion (New Mexico on Oct. 26).
• Also led the team in aces in three matches and blocks in two.
• Posted seven double-digit kill contests and three double-figure dig matches.
• Racked up three double-doubles on the season.
• Picked up her first collegiate kill, block and dig against Florida Gulf Coast on Aug. 24, finishin the game with three kills, four digs and four blocks.
• Reached double figures in kills for the first time with 10 against UT-Arlington on Sept. 5.
• Hit a season-high .765 (13-0-17) against New Orleans on Sept. 7.
• That mark ranks third all-time at TCU.
• Earned her first career double-double against Denver on Sept. 8.
• Tallied 15 kills and a career-high 18 digs.
• Established another career-high on Oct. 3 against Oklahoma with six blocks in the five-game match.
• Second double-double of the season came on Oct. 26 against New Mexico as she put down a career-high 16 kills and dug 12 balls.
• Final double-double of the season came in a defeat of No. 17 Colorado State in which she picked up 10 kills and 10 assists.

High School
• Played for head coach Isaac Owens.
• Voted team captain her senior season.
• Twice earned Athlete of the Week honors as a senior.
• Was named the Aztec Athlete of the Month in October.
• Named first-team all-league and all-CIF after her junior campaign.
• Honored with the Coach's Award her senior year.
• Was an all-tournament performer four times in her career.
• Named the Most Improved Player following her sophomore campaign.
• Also excelled at the club level.
• Helped her team, the Golden West Black 18's, to a fifth place "Open" finish at the Junior Olympics in Atlanta.
• During the 2005 season, she was named the team captain for a squad that participated in the Junior Olympics held in Salt Lake City.
• She was named by Prep-Volleyball.com as one of the Top 100 sophomores.

Personal
• Parents are Jeff and Debbie.
• Has one brother, Travis.
• Majoring in kinesiology.
• Father Jeff played baseball at Cal Poly.


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