Kim Kallabis
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    Kim Kallabis

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Camino, Calif.

    High School:
    Union Mine

    Height:
    5-5

    Position:
    S

    2006: Played in 82 games...served as the starting setter in 26 matches...averaged 6.67 assists per game to total 547...collected 16 kills, 17 service aces, 136 digs and eight assisted blocks...ranked ninth in the Mountain West Conference in terms of assists...was a part of the Falcons' record-setting ace production (16) against Norfolk State...recorded three double-doubles...tallied 46 assists and 12 digs against Western Carolina...notched 39 assists and 10 digs against Centenary and 34 assists and 11 digs in the nightcap with Alcorn State...led the team in digs during four outings (Colorado State-8, UNLV-6, Utah-8 and BYU-7)...named to the Mountain West Conference All-Academic Team...earned the Coaches' Award for the second straight season...served as team captain - the first non-senior to hold the title outright since 1997.

    2005: Played in 113 games...served as the starting setter in the regular season finale at Colorado State, accounting for 21 assists...recorded first career solo block in that match...started five matches...led the team with 34 aces, including a season-high four in Air Force's victory over The Citadel...moved into seventh in the Division I record books for aces in a season (34)...recorded 87 assists...led the team with 14 helpers at San Diego State...tallied 203 digs, averaging 1.80 per game...led the team in digs during five matches...registered a season-best 14 digs on three separate occasions (Southeast Missouri State, Weber State, Utah Valley State)...named to the MWC All-Academic Team...earned the team's Coaches' Award.

    2004: Played in 38 games, including the last 14 as the starting setter...accumulated 177 assists on the season...posted a career-best 57 helpers against San Diego State (Nov. 12)...that mark was the second-best tally of the season - just one shy of record...recorded 155 assists, 20 digs, two assisted blocks, an ace and a team-leading .294 hitting percentage after assuming the starting job...posted over 20 assists and at least one kill in four matches as a starter...tallied a career-best two kills in the regular season finale with UNLV (Nov. 13)...also recorded kills against Mississippi State (Sept. 4), Utah (Oct. 30), New Mexico (Nov. 5), San Diego State (Nov. 12) and Utah (Nov. 18)...dug out a career-best five balls against both San Diego State (Nov. 12) and UNLV (Nov. 13)...made her collegiate debut against Mississippi State (Sept. 4), tallying 12 assists...earned the team's Rookie of the Year award...named to the Mountain West Conference All-Academic team.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Union Mine High School - Lettered three years in volleyball...coached by Matt Smith...captain on junior varsity team as a freshman, before being promoted to the varsity team...all-SVC honorable mention as a junior...won 2003 SVC championship...runner-up at the CIF sectional during sophomore and junior years...semifinalist at the Nor-Cal State Volleyball Championships in 2002 and 2003...selected for the High School Optimist all-state team as a senior...received four academic letters...received highest honors for academics every year since first grade...four-time UMHSl Athletic Achievement award winner...earned Golden State Exam Academic Excellence Awards in geometry, algebra, biology and Spanish...four-year member of California Scholarship Federation receiving a lifetime membership and the 100% Award...received UMHS Ivy Chain Award as a junior.

    CLUB: Played with the Sacramento Select club team for five years...coached by Brian Contreras...three-time team captain...selected for the NCVA High Performance Youth National Team in 2003...captain and MVP of NCVA team.

    PERSONAL: Born on June 9, 1986...daughter of Harry and Cindra Kallabis...has one younger brother, Ryan (18)...majoring in math and operations research...served as Element NCO...named to the superintendent's list for excellence in academic, athletic and military performance...would like to enter the research analyst field after graduation...member of Cadet Squadron 35...competed in the U.S. Open Music Competition...played piano for over 13 years...completed private pilot training...certified lifeguard.

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