|Hometown:||Los Angeles, CA|
|High School:||Brentwood School|
After two active seasons with the Eagles' program, she has played 208 sets over 69 matches ... Has four matches of double-figure kills ... Tied for 19th place on the school's all-time list with 158 block assists ... Seven total blocks shy of moving into a tie for 19th place on Emory's all-time chart in that category.
Fine comeback season after sitting out the 2010 campaign ... Played in 36 matches and registered 107 sets of action ... Honorable Mention All-UAA selection ... Ranked second on the team and fifth among UAA players with a .327 hitting percentage (167-44--376) ... Topped the team and tied for fifth in the league in total blocks (0.87 bps) ... Her 79 block assists tied for 18th place on Emory's seasonal ladder ... Finished with 11 kills, her lone double-figure effort in that category during the year, and turned in a glittering .733 hitting mark (11-0--15) in a 3-0 win against Claremont-Mudd Scripps (Sept. 16) ... Her career-high 11 total blocks (1-10) against Washington University (Nov. 5) in the UAA Championships match tied the fourth highest individual match total in school history ... Third high on the team with nine terminations and hit .750 (9-0--12) in a 3-0 verdict against Richard Stockton (Nov. 11) in the NCAA Tournament ... Led or shared for team honors in blocks in 16 matches ... Outstanding performance in a 3-0 triumph against Chapman (Sept. 17) with nine kills, a .571 hitting percentage (9-1--14) and eight total blocks (1-7) ... Tied for the team lead with nine kills and hit .467 (9-2--15) vs. No. 12 Juniata (Oct. 28) ... Hit .350 or higher in 15 matches ... Nine kills and finished with a .643 hitting percentage, and contributed for blocks (1-3), vs. Wheaton (Sept. 9).
Sat out the year rehabbing a shoulder injury.
Solid rookie season that saw her post impressive numbers ... Appeared in 33 matches and registered 103 sets of action ... Averaged 2.06 kills per set and her 34.7 hitting percentage (208-52--450) ranked her fourth among UAA players, 29th nationally and 17th on Emory's seasonal list ... Led the club with 94 total blocks (15-79) and in blocks per set (0.93 bps) ... Captured Honorable Mention All-UAA honors ... Recorded three matches of double-figure kills including a season high of 12 vs. Division II member North Alabama (Oct. 12) in a 3-1 win ... Led the club with 10 terminations and hit 52.9 percent vs. Brandeis (Nov. 6) in the opening match of the UAA Championships ... Strong showing at the UAA Championships, averaging 2.00 kills per set and hitting 48.1 percent (28-2--54) over four matches ... Led or shared for team honors in total blocks in 14 matches ... Came through with a pair of eight total-block outings, the first coming against Lynchburg (0-8) on Sept. 26 and the other vs. Brandeis (2-6) on Oct. 18 ... Chalked up nine kills, hit 50 percent (9-0--18) and picked up seven total blocks (1-6) against Rochester (Oct. 17) during the UAA Round Robin II.
Prior to Emory
High School: Four-year member of the Brentwood School volleyball program where she played for Jeff Porter ... Served as a captain of her squad her junior and senior campaigns ... Was tabbed as a first-team all-league honoree on three occasions ... First Team All-CIF in 2007 and 2008 ... Was named the program's Most Inspirational Player her final two years ... Played club for Sports Shack (2004-09) and was coached by Tim Jensen ... Recipient of Sports Shack 2006 Director's Award.
Personal: Born July 23, 1991.
|2009||101 - 33||208||2.06||15||79||94||0.93|
|TOTAL||208 - 69||375||1.80||29||158||187||0.90|
Alex Duhl Career-High Kill Matches
Alex Duhl Career-High Total Blocks Matches
|Washington Univ.||5||11 (1-10)||11/5/2011|
|Case Western||4||7 (0-7)||10/2/2011|
(On Why You Chose Emory)
"I chose Emory because of its excellence in both academics and volleyball. I wanted a school where athletics and academics were equally valued and Emory offers that. The coaching staff of the volleyball program was another reason I selected Emory. Their dedication and passion for the sport is incomparable to any other coaches I've had."