Emily Frick
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    Emily Frick

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Colorado Springs, Colo.

    High School:
    Thomas B. Doherty HS

    Height:
    5-9

    Position:
    OH

    JUNIOR YEAR (2009): Participated in 67 sets...was in the starting rotation for six matches...recorded 75 kills, seven assists, one service ace, 30 digs, one solo block and 10 assisted blocks...recorded a career-high 12 kills in the Falcons' 3-2 win over Southern Utah...also recorded a solo block during that match...recorded first two career assists at LaSalle...served up first-ever ace in the following match against Fairleigh Dickinson...posted a career-best five digs twice, once against FDU and again against BYU...assisted on a career-best three blocks in the Falcons' five-set win over Louisiana Tech.

    SOPHOMORE YEAR (2008): Saw action in 11 games...recorded five kills and eight digs...collected first collegiate kill against Akron...added two more kills and a pair of digs in that match.

    FRESHMAN YEAR (2007): Saw action in three games...did not accumulate any statistics.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Thomas B. Doherty High School...lettered three years in volleyball...coached by Julie Ortiz...was a three-year starter on the varsity team...named team captain as a senior...two-time participant at state championships, finishing second in 2004 and fourth in 2005...named to the "Gazette" Honor Roll...earned all-area honors in 2005...claimed all-area second-team honors in 2004...also lettered two years in tennis...made appearance at state championships as a senior (#3 doubles)...member of the National Honor Society...four-time member of the High Honor Roll...graduated in the top seven-percent of class...honors graduate in science...finished second in the science fair as a freshman...voted into the Activities Hall of Fame for senior class.

    CLUB TEAM: Played for Club Stellar 18-1...coached by Jenny Robinson...won the Lonestar National Qualifier with the 15s...won the Rocky Mountain Regional Qualifier with the 18s.

    PERSONAL: Daughter of Carolyn Frick...mother was enlisted in the Air Force for 22 years, including eight on active duty and 14 in the reserves...nickname is "Em"...has two sisters, Amanda and Molly ...majoring in systems engineering management...future plans include working in the acquisitions field...has served as Administrative Squadron Commander, Athletic Officer and Element Leader...was named the female winner of "Big Bad Basic" during Basic Cadet Training...hobbies include skiing and reading...greatest moment in sports came from making it to the state championships in tennis as #3 doubles, partnering with sister Molly...spent the summer working Mission Support Group and the second session of Basic Cadet Training...member of Cadet Squadron 08.

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