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#8 Lauren Barfield
Position: Middle Blocker
Height: 6'5"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Bellevue, Wash.
High School: Newport
Experience: 3 Letters

LAUREN BARFIELD PHOTO GALLERY

Barfield Media
» Seniors Rowland And Barfield Have Risen Above The Crowd (GoHuskies.com; Dec. 1, 2011)
» Q & A With GoHuskies.com (Oct. 22, 2009)

2011 (As A Senior)
Enjoyed her best season in her final year, establishing career highs in numerous categories, including matches played, appearing in all 32, and playing in 106 sets ... continued to step up at the net, as she had a career-high 133 total blocks for a 1.25 blocks per set average that ranked fifth in the Pac-12 and 35th nationally ... that raised her career blocks average to 1.12 per set, which ranks ninth in UW history ... led or shared the team lead in blocks in 12 matches, and posted 13 matches with at least five blocks ... twice had season-highs of nine blocks, once on Oct. 21 at Oregon State, and once on Sept. 25 at Arizona State which included a season-high two solo blocks ... she ranked fourth in Pac-12 play with 1.29 blocks per set ... aside from defense, she raised her offensive game as well, setting career-highs with 170 kills and 1.60 kills per set ... hit .327 for the year, which ranked eighth in the Pac-12 ... in the five set win at Washington State on Nov. 25, she set a career-high with nine kills, and a career-high with 12.5 points ... eight matches with at least seven kills ... had six matches with five or more kills to go along with zero errors ... had five or more kills in 17 of 22 Pac-12 matches ... twice hit a season-high of .778 with seven kills and no errors on nine attempts, once vs. Seattle U (Sept. 8) and once at Colorado (Nov. 19) ... hit over .400 in 13 matches ... her 10 solo blocks led the team, and her 2.27 points per set was a career-high ... earned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.

2010 (As A Junior)
Continued to raise her numbers across the board, ranking seventh in the Pac-10 with a 1.09 blocks per set average and ranking 86th nationally ... upped her blocking numbers in conference play, averaging 1.28 blocks/set, which was second-best in conference-only matches ... played in 23 matches and 76 sets, missing all but two non-conference matches with a broken finger ... six solo blocks and 77 assists for a career-best 83 blocks ... raised her attack percentage nearly a hundred points from her sophomore year, hitting .344 ... averaged a career-best 1.11 kills per set ... hit .400 or better in ten matches, and .500 or better in eight matches ... matched her career high with eight kills on Oct. 30 at USC, hitting .438 ... career-high in points of 11.5 came on Oct. 2 vs. UCLA when she had seven kills on ten attacks with no errors for a .700 hitting percentage to go with nine block assists ... had five kills on seven swings with no errors for a .714 attack percentage on Oct. 15 at Stanford ... seven matches with at least five kills ... set a career-high with 11 blocks, two solos and nine assists, on Nov. 26 vs. Oregon ... held or shared the team lead in blocks in eight matches ... five matches with seven-plus total blocks, including three straight from Oct. 22-29, totaling 24 blocks over three matches ... had 14 kills over UW's four NCAA tournament matches, hitting .297 ... earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.

2009 (As A Sophomore)
Played in 64 sets and 19 matches ... recorded 54 kills with an attack percentage of .246 for the season ... third on the team in blocks with 68, averaging 1.06 per set ... set a career-high with 8 kills against USC on Oct. 17 ... also set a career-high with 11 blocks against USC on Nov. 13 ... tallied blocks for the Huskies in all but one match during the season ... posted a career-high .833 hitting percentage with five kills on six swings at UCLA ... named Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention ... missed the first part of the season with a broken finger.

2008 (As A Freshman)
Played in 13 sets for the Huskies, tallying four kills on seven attacks (.429) and two service aces ... Notched her only career solo block against Seattle U on Sept. 18 ... Also registered four block assists this season.

In High School
Two-year letterwinner and 2007 team captain at Newport ... Earned co-MVP honors her senior season ... Named King County Player of the Year, first-team King County and first-team All-State honors last season ... Led her team to a 14-5 record in 2007... Named Rise Magazine's Great Seattle Player of the Year.

Personal
Born in Tacoma, Wash. ... Daughter of Ronda and David Winfield ... Has one younger sister, Kellen ... Mother, Ronda, was a basketball player at Tougaloo College in Tougaloo, Miss. ... Placed third in state competition and qualified for nationals in DECA competition.

Career Statistics

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