Lamecca Jefferson
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Lamecca  Jefferson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Beeville, Texas

High School:
A.C. Jones

Height:
6-1

Position:
OH

Birthdate:
04/12/1982

2003
Saw action in 100 games last season ... named Mountain West Conference Player of the Week on Sept. 29 after posting a .619 hitting percentage (15 kills-2 errors-31 attacks) against New Mexico ... posted a career-high 22 kills against Virginia Commonwealth on Sept. 5 ... matched a personal-best 40 attempts versus Eastern Illinois on Sept. 20 ... blocked six shots against New Mexico on Sept. 26, which is a career high ... matched a personal best record with three service aces at Army on Aug. 28 ... had a season-best 11 digs against San Diego State (Nov. 11) and a season-high two assists versus South Alabama (Sept. 6) ... registered 263 kills, which was the third-most on the team ... ranked fourth on the team in blocks (28) and fifth in digs (111) and hitting percentage (.191) ... shared the team's Unsung Hero award with Brittany Edmonds ... voted as co-captain for the 2004 season.

2002
Played in 100 games, missing just one game all season ... third on the team with 282 kills (2.82 kpg) ... reached double figures in kills in 14 matches ... notched a career-high 21 kills in win over Hofstra ... tallied 121 digs and 19 total blocks ... notched 13 digs against UNLV, her first career double-digit digs effort ... had career-high three service aces in win over Wyoming ... won the team's Most Improved award.

2001
Named the team's Rookie of the Year ... second on the team in kills with 115 ... notched 1.47 kills per game ... second on the team with 34 total blocks (two solos, 32 assisted) ... notched 15 assists - the most for a non-setter ... tallied her first career double-digit kills output with 13 against Denver ... needed just one dig to top the 100 mark.

HIGH SCHOOL
A.C. Jones High School - Lettered four years in volleyball ... coached by Carol Dakan ... named team's most valuable player as a senior ... led team to regional qualifiers in 2000 ... lettered four years in basketball and track ... led basketball team to district championships ... named team most valuable player ... qualified for state in track and field events ... member of the National Honor Society.

PERSONAL
Attended the Academy's prep school, playing both volleyball and basketball ... named team most valuable player for volleyball and team most valuable offensive player for basketball ... behavioral sciences major, who hopes to become a counselor ... greatest moments in sports were beating BYU as a sophomore and finishing fifth in the MWC as a junior ... named to the commandant's list, which designates excellence in military performance.

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