|High School:||Eastside Catholic|
Took to the court in 32 matches and recorded 99 sets of play ... Finished fourth on the team in digs (2.35 dps) ... Chalked up nine matches of double-figure digs ... Topped the squad in digs on four occasions including a season-high 21 in a five-set battle vs. Lee University (Oct. 29) ... Led all players with 15 digs in the NCAA Tournament match vs. Randolph-Macon (Nov. 12) ... Played in two sets and compiled seven kills vs. Pomona-Pitzer (Sept. 16) ... Tied that mark as her season high in that category against Martin-Methodist (Sept. 24) ... Dished out a team-high three service aces vs. Rochester (Oct. 1) ... Four matches of two or more service aces ... Team-high 12 digs and chipped in five kills and two block assists in a 3-0 victory over West Georgia (Sept. 13).
Four-year member of the volleyball program at Eastside Catholic High School ... Was coached by Andrew Ness ... Served as a co-captain her senior year ... Helped her team to a berth in the 2010 Class 3A state championship match ... Pounded out 27 kills and totaled 19 digs in ECHS's victory in the 3A District 2 title contest ... All-Area Star Team member as chosen by the Seattle Times ... All-Metro 3A First Team her final season ... Earned a spot on the 2010 Class 3A State Volleyball All-Tournament Team ... Was a part of the 2008 and 2010 Metro Championship squads ... Played club volleyball for the Washington Volleyball Academy where she was coached by Dave Weitl ... USAV All-American Tournament Team in 2008 ... Helped her club to a runner-up spot in AAUs in the 2010 Silver U18 Open.
Daughter of Brian and Kathy Silverman ... 2010-11 Davis Law Group Scholar Athlete.
|2011||99 - 32||33||0.33||29||13||233||2.35|
|TOTAL||99 - 32||33||0.33||29||13||233||2.35|
Cami Silverman's Career-High Digs Matches
"I was looking for an elite academic school and after researching, visiting and having been recruited by the volleyball program, I saw that it fit what I was looking for perfectly. My experience while on campus was unforgettable and left me confident that Emory was the place for me."