2005 (SENIOR): Nike Invitational All-Tournament Team ... played in 105 games and started all 33 matches ... led the Pac-10 with a .417 hitting percentage, which is a UW single-season record ...ranked third in the conference with 1.31 bpg ... also averaged 1.80 kpg and 2.50 ppg ... ranks third on the UW all-time lists for block assists (450), total blocks (474) and blocks per game (1.31) ... ranks fifth on the UW all-time career points list (950.0) ... had 17 matches with four or more blocks and two matches with eight blocks (at California on Oct. 7 and vs. USC on Oct. 14) ... had eight matches with eight or more kills, including nine vs. Sam Houston State (Sept. 10), and California (Nov. 4).
2004 (JUNIOR): Pac-10 All-Conference honorable mention ...played in 110 games and 31 matches, making 30 starts ... averaged 1.85 kpg and 2.70 ppg ... led team and ranked second in the Pac-10 with 1.51 bpg, which ranked 23rd nationally ... ranked sixth in the Pac-10 with a .338 hitting percentage ... had five double-figure kill performances, including 12 kills at Stanford (Nov. 19) ... had 11 kills vs. Butler (Sept. 3), USC (Sept. 25) and Oregon State (Oct. 28) ... had 10 kills at UCLA with 11 blocks ... hit .400 or better 12 times, including a 1.000 hitting percentage (4-0-4) vs. Montana (Sept. 18) and a .667 hitting percentage (6-0-9) at Boise State (Sept. 18) ... had four service aces, including a pair over Oregon (Oct. 1) ... posted a career-best 13 blocks vs. Stanford in the national semifinal (Dec. 16) ... had 11 blocks vs. UCLA (Dec. 11) in the regional championship ... had 10 blocks in the second round victory over Kansas (Dec. 4) ... her 166 total blocks tie for third on the UW all-time season chart ... ranks fourth all-time at UW with 319 career block assists and fifth all-time with 336 total career blocks.
2003 (SOPHOMORE): Pac-10 All-Conference honorable mention ...played in 32 matches and 94 games, making 22 starts ... led team, ranked third in the Pac-10 and sixth in the nation with a .418 hitting percentage ... set a UW single-season record with a .419 hitting percentage ... hit .500 or better in 14 matches, including back-to-back .600 performances against Idaho State (Sept. 10) and Idaho (Sept. 12), in which she made no errors in 25 attempts ... collected double-figure kills four times, including 14 kills vs. Stanford in the Sweet 16 match (Dec. 12), 11 kills vs. Stanford (Oct. 23) and 10 kills vs. USC (Oct. 4) and California (Oct. 24) ... had five assists against Idaho State ... posted nine digs versus Ohio (Sept. 6) and eight against Northwestern (Dec. 5) and Minnesota (Dec. 13) in the postseason ... had nine blocks against Oregon State (Oct. 11) and eight against Northwestern in the NCAA first round (Dec. 5) ... averaged 1.10 bpg to lead team and rank 10th in the conference.
2002 (FRESHMAN): Pac-10 All-Freshman honorable mention team ... appeared in 15 matches and 54 games, making 13 starts ... averaged 1.50 kills per game and 1.24 blocks per game to lead the team ... recorded 11 kills, three digs and three blocks in her home court debut against Arizona State (Oct. 3) ... added 11 kills and six blocks against Washington State (Oct. 11) ... tallied six blocks in three straight matches, including against UCLA (Oct. 26), Arizona (Nov. 1) and Arizona State (Nov. 2) ... logged 10 kills, five digs and 10 blocks in her final appearance of the season against California (Nov. 16).
AT BELMONT SECONDARY HIGH SCHOOL: Starred at Belmont Secondary her junior and senior seasons after transferring from Francis Kelsey High School in Duncan, B.C. ... led Belmont to the B.C. High School AAAA Championship in December of 2001, earning tournament MVP honors ... title was the first for a girls' team at Belmont and only the second in school history ... team finished second at provincials her junior season ... played three years of club volleyball with Victoria KOA ... club team finished second at the 2002 national championships in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan ... named to the all-star team at both provincials and nationals ... MVP or all-star in all tournaments she attended during the 2002 club season ... member and team captain of the Canadian Junior National Team ... one of 13 players picked to represent Canada at the 2002 NORCECA Zone Championships in Puerto Rico in July ... one of five players in Canada picked by Sports Canada to receive a full scholarship to any Canadian University in November of 2001.
PERSONAL: Born in Duncan, B.C. to Les and Denise Myhre ... has one brother Neil ... mother Denise played volleyball at Belmont and the University of Victoria ... majoring in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts (IVA) with a minor in Art History.
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