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Mattison Quayle
Mattison  Quayle


Los Angeles, Calif.

High School:


Outside Hitter


UConn Volleyball Opens 2013 At IPFW Invitational

Huskies begin their first season in the American Athletic Conference with three-match tournament


UConn Volleyball Names 2012 Award Winners

Seniors Quayle and Maving Share MVP Honors


Huskies Eliminated by Bearcats in BIG EAST Quarterfinals

Volleyball Battles in Five-Set Match


Strauss-O'Brien Honored as Co-Coach of the Year

Quayle Named to All-BIG EAST First Team


Volleyball Heads to Midwest for BIG EAST Championship

No. 4 UConn Takes on No. 5 Cincinnati 11:00 AM Friday


Volleyball vs Georgetown

Uconn Volleyball vs Georgetown


UConn vs Harvard

UConn Volleyball vs Harvard


Volleyball vs. Syracuse

UConn Volleyball vs. Syracuse (10/2/11).

2012 Season: Appeared in all 114 sets, for the second straight season, in 31 matches...honored as the team's Co-MVP and Offensive Player of the Year...named to the All-BIG EAST First Team...was twice named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll for the weeks ending September 23 and November leader in kills (372) and kills per set (3.26), while collecting 269 digs and 76 blocks...netted the third 20-kill match of her career against UCSB at the LMU Invitational (8/25) in her hometown of Los Angeles...hit a season-best .550 with 12 kills and 10 digs vs. New Orleans (9/7)...reached double figures in kills in each of the last 17 matches of the season...totaled nine double-doubles on the season, including a season-high 20 digs to go with 16 kills against Seton Hall (10/28)...reached the 1,000-kill mark with 13 at Marquette (11/2)...hit .289 with a team-leading 19 kills in the BIG EAST Championship Quarterfinals against Cincinnati (11/16)...finished her career with 1,077 kills, ranking ninth all-time.

2011 Season: Played in all 106 sets as a junior and was named the team's Most Valuable Player...garned BIG EAST Player of the Week and ECAC Player of the Week (10/17)...named to both the UConn Toyota Classic (9/3) and Holly Young Invitational (9/10)All-Tournament Teams...netted 323 kills, a 1.84 kill percentage, 247 digs and 46 blocks, while averaging 3.05 kills and 2.33 digs per set...posted 16 kills and a .577 hitting percentage in the Toyota Classic opener, a three-set win over Holy Cross (9/2)...first double-double of the season came against Sacred Heart (9/6) with 10 kills and 11 digs...recorded 18 kills, hit .444 and had 12 digs at Virginia Tech (9/17)...set a career-high with 21 kills in a win over Fordham (10/11) to go with nine digs...posted 20 kills for the second straight match with 20 and 11 digs in a 3-1 win over St. John's (10/15)...scored 14 kills, set a season-high with 16 digs and had four blocks in a 3-2 win over Notre Dame (10/29)...finished the season with six double-doubles.

2010 Season: Appeared in all 25 matches, starting 19...had 108 kills, 20 service aces and 202 digs on the season...had a season-high 18 kills against St. John's (10/17)...registered a career-high 19 digs at West Virginia (11/14)...recorded a career-best 4 service aces against Duquesne (9/24), which also marked a UConn individual match-high for the season...tallied 11 kills and 17 digs against New Hampshire (9/24)...had a 10-kill outing at Marquette (10/10)...notched 13 digs and seven kills against Villanova (9/26).

2009 Season: Acknowledged as the Most Improved Player at the team banquet...led all freshmen in playing time...stepped onto the court for all 31 matches and had 30 starts...recorded at least 10 kills in 11 games with a benchmark 21 kills against Creighton (9/12)...totaled 19 digs at USF (10/2)...had seven total blocks versus Notre Dame (9/25)...recorded a career-high six assists against Syracuse (10/11).

Before UConn: Helped Marymount to consecutive Division IV California State Championships in 2005 and 2006...led the team to the Sunshine League and California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section titles en route to the 2006 state title...was a bronze medalist in 2006 with the 17's USA Junior Olympic squad...member of the 2007 Junior Olympic squad that placed second in the qualifier...served as the 2007 team captain on the Sunshine Club Team that went 16-1...member of the 2003 and 2004 Gene's 14s team...competed with Gene's Team in 2005 and 2006 for the 16s and 17s teams...joins high school teammate Keeley Abram at UConn.

Personal: Mattison L. Quayle...born on May 11, English major.