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Becky Perry
Becky Perry


Austin, Texas

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  • Q & A With (Sept. 3, 2009)

    2010 (As A Senior)
    Had the best season of her career as a senior, earning AVCA All-America Second Team honors as Washington's primary outside hitter ... voted to the All-Pac-10 Team as well as the All-Pacific Region Team ... had career highs in kills (389), assists (20), aces (22), digs (198), and points (451.0) while powering UW's run to the NCAA Elite Eight ... wrapped up her career ranking 10th in school history with 1,229 kills and fourth all-time with 1,414.0 points ... ranked 10th in the Pac-10 with 3.74 kills per set and was ninth with 4.34 points per set ... set the team-high for kills with 24 in a huge effort at No. 2 Stanford, where she hit .388 ... led the team in kills in 12 matches, including four matches with 20+ kills ... had seven double-doubles in kills and digs ... season-best .444 attack percentage against Eastern Illinois on Sept. 17 with eight kills and zero errors on 18 swings ... hit over .300 in 12 matches and over .400 on three occasions ... season-best four aces in the second match of the year against Eastern Washington ... scored the final kill in UW's NCAA Round of 16 upset of No. 3 Nebraska, finishing with 18 kills and a .262 hitting percentage ... double figure kills totals in 15 of 18 Pac-10 matches ... named to the All-Tournament Team at the Pittsburgh Blue & Gold Invitational ... had a career-best 10 solo blocks to lead the team ... coped with the tragic death of her older sister during the season, missing just three matches to be with her family before returning to the team for Pac-10 play.

    2009 (As A Junior)
    Played in 71 sets and 24 matches ... named the Most Valuable Player of the Northwest Challenge after posting 31 kills in three matches while hitting .491 ... also named tourney MVP of the UTSA Classic, with 25 kills over two wins ... registered a .291 attack percentage on the season, highest among outside hitters ... recorded 201 kills and had a season-high 18 kills against Oregon on Nov. 27 ... averaged 2.83 kills per set ... had 12 games with double-figure kills, leading the team in five matches ... tallied six matches with four blocks with 41 blocks for the season ... led the Huskies in the NCAA tourney with 4.0 kills per set over two matches, hitting over .400 in each match ... had seven matches with double-figure kills and a hitting percentage above .400 ... errorless against Gonzaga with 11 kills on 21 attempts ... sparked UW off the bench vs. ASU with five kills on seven swings and no errors ... missed Oregon road trip due to ankle injury.

    2008 (As A Sophomore)
    UnderArmour/Volleyball Magazine second team All-America ... All-Pac-10 first-team ... Honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic ... Led the team in kills with 3.77 kps, fifth in the Pac-10 ... Played in 83 sets and 29 matches ... Averaged 1.45 digs per set and 0.61 blocks per set ... Posted 15+ kills 10 times and 20+ kills three times ... Recorded a season-best 33 kills at UCLA on Oct. 10 on a season-high 76 swings ... Registered double-figure digs four times ... Two double-doubles on the season with 24 kills and 13 digs at USC on Oct. 11 and 13 kills and 11 digs against Nebraska in the Elite Eight round of the NCAA Tournament ... Posted a season-high seven blocks [1-6] at Oregon on Nov. 16 ... Hit .400 or better in eight matches ... Notched two service aces against Boise State on Sept. 5.

    2007 (As A Redshirt Freshman)
    Honorable mention All-Pac-10 pick ... Pac-10 All-Freshman Team selection ... honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic pick ... was the Huskies nominee for Pac-10 Player of the Week for Sept. 24-30 ... named to the all-tournament team at the Gonzaga Tournament ... played in all 31 matches ... ranked second on the team, third in the Pac-10 and 37th nationally in hitting percentage at .360 ... her .360 hitting percentage ranks her sixth on the UW career list ... third on the team in kills (326), kills per game (3.13), total blocks (106) and blocks per game (1.02) ... led the team in blocks seven times and in kills five times ... had a season-best five digs in the opening match of the season vs. San Francisco on Aug. 24 ... registered 22 kills twice, vs. Cal State Northridge (Aug. 25) and vs. Morgan State (Sept. 2) ... had 16 double-figure kill performances ... matched a team season-best with six aces vs. North Florida (Sept. 13) ... hit .500 or better in 10 matches, .400 or higher in 16 matches and .300 or better in 21 matches ... posted six blocks on four different occassions ... had season-highs in blocks (11) and points (26.5) vs. Missouri (Nov. 30) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... also had 21 kills and hit .500 in the match.

    2006 (Redshirt)
    Redshirted the 2006 season.

    In High School
    A three-year letterwinner at James Bowie High School ... named to the Lone Star Volleyball All-State team ... District 16-5A Newcomer of the Year as a senior ...two-time all-district ... two-time Academic All-District selection ... team captain ... played club volleyball for Austin Juniors under the direction of Ted Wade, Mike Garcia, Jason Landers and Glen Lietzke from 2003-06 ... member of the 2006 USA Junior National Team ... 2005 USA Junior National Team alternate ... Prepvolleyball High School All-American ... named the 15th-best senior in the nation by Prepvolleyball.

    Born in Bakersfield, Calif., to Scott Perry and Cathy DiFonzo ... has an older sister, Tiffanie ... considering a career as a professional volleyball player and nutritionist.

    Career Statistics


    Getting to know Becky
    Favorite Quote: "Be able, at any moment, to sacrifice what you are for what you could become."- Scott Perry (my dad)
    Earliest Volleyball Memory: Getting hit in the face by a spike from my coach when I was 11.
    Motto You Live By: Do what you love. Life is nothing without passion.
    Biggest Guilty Pleasure: Sleep! If I have time, I take 2-3 naps a day.
    Favorite Dance Move: Texas Two-Step
    Something Most People Don't Know About Me: My dream, since I was eight years old, has been to be in a "Got Milk?" ad.
    Favorite Song: "Johnny and June" by Heidi Newfield

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