"The thing I like most about the program is all the support that we are given in everything we do. The competitive nature of the conference was really exciting to me. I really got to enjoy the different environment on the campus this past year after having grown up in California."
2009 Season: Came off the bench in 25 matches, starting three...recorded 69 kills, 49 digs and 11 total blocks...averaged 1.21 kills per set in BIG EAST matches...tallied six kills in 10 attempts against Northeastern (9/16) for a career-high .600 hitting-percentage...contributed seven kills without an error at St. John's (10/24)...recorded a season-high eight kills of the bench in BIG EAST Tournament game against Cincinnati (11/21).
2008 Season: Part of the starting six in seven of the 27 matches in which she appeared...recorded 27 kills to go along with 59 digs...was instrumental against Louisville (9/26) with seven kills and a block assist...finished with a season-best nine digs at Pittsburgh (10/24)...passed off two assists in consecutive matches at St. John's (10/18) and at Pittsburgh (10/24)...matched her season-high assist mark again against Seton Hall (10/31)...earned Director of Athletics Honor Roll status...was a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
2007 Season: Saw action in 54 games...recorded 57 kills while averaging 1.06 per game...had four assists and 51 digs on the year...had 11 block assists with a 0.20 average...recorded a season-high seven kills with a .545 hitting percentage at St. Louis (10/8)...had six kills in 11 attempts with a .364 hitting percentage against Southeast Missouri (9/8)...recorded two block assists three times...picked up a season-high seven digs at Rutgers (10/13)...recorded five kills in nine attempts against High Point (8/31) while adding one service ace.
2006 Season: Saw action in all 30 matches playing in 101 games...registered 174 kills on the season averaging 1.72 per game...second on the team in digs with 254 with an average of 2.51 per game...tallied double-digits in kills on nine occasions...set a career-high with 16 kills against Seton Hall (10/8)...had five double-doubles including a 10 kill and 19 dig performance against Boston College (9/8)...set a career-high 22 digs against USF (10/27)...had five blocks for a career-high against Dayton (9/16).
Before UConn: First team All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League honoree following both the 2004 and 2005 seasons while at Campolindo High...received the Most Inspirational Award from her teammates in 2004 and the Coaches' Award in 2003...elected as the Campolindo student body secretary in her senior year...member of the Golden Bear Volleyball Club Forefront 18s team that finished 13th in the National division at the Junior Olympics in 2005...member of the NorCal Volleyball Club in 2006.
Personal: Devon Grace Farrell...born Sept. 25, 1988...a human development and family studies major.
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