Huskies begin their first season in the American Athletic Conference with three-match tournament
Seniors Quayle and Maving Share MVP Honors
Volleyball - Kelsey Maving
Volleyball Battles in Five-Set Match
No. 4 UConn Takes on No. 5 Cincinnati 11:00 AM Friday
2012 Season: Took the floor for all 114 sets, for the second straight season, in 31 matches...honored as the team's Co-MVP and Defensive Player of the Year...recognized by CPIA as the team's National Student-Athlete Day Award winner...led the Huskies with 602 digs, the second most all-time in a single season, and 5.28 per set; ranking 36th in the nation...collected 90 assists and 19 service aces...reached 20 digs in 16 matches...posted back-to-back 26-dig matches against UCSB and Iona at the LMU Invitational (8/25)...selected as a member of the UConn Classic All-Tournament Team; totaling 53 digs (5.89 d/s) in three matches...named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll after posting 22 digs against Rutgers (10/27) and a season-high 34 against Seton Hall (10/28)...registered 21 digs agaisnt Cincinnati in the BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinals (11/16)...finished her career second all-time in career digs with 1,881.
2011 Season: Played in all 106 sets through 29 matches...honored as the team's Defensive Player of the Year...recorded 578 digs, ranking second all-time in a single season, and averaged 5.45 digs per set...picked up the 1,000th dig of her career with 20 against Hartford (10/4)...1,279 career digs ranks eighth in the UConn record book...named BIG EAST Player of the Week (10/31) after breaking her own school record with 40 digs in a 3-2 win over Notre Dame (10/29) and added 26 in a four-set win over DePaul (10/30)...reached the 30-dig mark in matches against Fairfield (9/9), Villanova (10/21) and Seton Hall (11/13)...totaled 53 digs in three matches and was named to the UConn Toyota Classic All-Tournament Team (9/3)...cleared 20 digs or more in 16 matches...contributed 72 assists and 16 service aces.
2010 Season: Appeared in all 25 matches...recorded 24 double-digit dig matches as UConn's libero...had nine matches in which she registered over 20 digs including a career high 38 digs at DePaul (10/30)...the 38 digs at DePaul marked a UConn record for digs in a match, previously set during the 2003 and 1998 seasons...tallied 456 digs on the season, posting team-highs during 22 matches...contributed a career-high four service aces against Seton Hall (10/22), which also marked a UConn individual match-high for the season...notched 20 or more digs during three consecutive contests when she tallied 26 against Seton Hall (10/22), 21 versus Rutgers (10/24) and 38 against the Blue Demons (10/30)...named to the Active Ankle Challenge All-Tournament Team (9/11) after posting 59 digs, five assists and two service aces against Belmont, Purdue and Duquesne...also earned a spot on the Colgate Invitational All-Tournament Team (9/18) when she tallied 50 digs against Cornell, Colgate and Akron.
2009 Season: Started 14 of 22 matches played...recorded 11 double-digit dig matches, including eight such efforts in BIG EAST action...tallied 245 digs in her first season...led the team in digs for the first four-consecutive matches of the year...set career-highs in digs (33) and kills (one) vs. UC Irvine (8/29)...contributed a career-high three service aces against DePaul (9/27).
Before UConn: Six-time varsity letterwinner as a member of the Sweet Home squad...led the team to a pair of Section IV New York State Public School Championships...twice named to the All-Western New York First-Team...was the team MVP in 2005 and 2007...earned three gold medals in the Empire State Games (2006, '07, '08)...named to the all-tournament team at the 2006 USA Volleyball Invitational...class valedictorian...member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society...Academic All-Erie County Interscholastic Conference selection for five straight years (2004-08)...acknowledged as the NYS Public High School Athletic Association Scholar Athlete seven times.
Personal: Kelsey Lyn Maving...born on Dec. 28, 1990...a biology major.