2000 (Junior): Pac-10 honorable mention for the second straight season ... also earned second team Pac-10 all-academic honors ... ranked in the UW career top 10 in three categories ... ranks fourth all-time in career hitting percentage (.281), seventh in block assists (265) and eighth in total blocks (300) ... played in 25 matches and 89 games, missing two matches versus Arizona and Arizona State due to an ankle injury ... led the Huskies in kills per game (3.66), hitting percentage (.321) and blocks per game (1.08) ... reached double-digit kills 19 times and registered 20 kills or more in three matches ... ranked among the Pac-10's leaders in three categories, including hitting percentage (eighth), kills per game (ninth) and blocks per game (sixth) ... began the season by garnering MVP honors at the Comcast Invitational Tournament in New Mexico ... hit a phenomenal .457 with 3.70 kills per game and 1.10 blocks per game in the three tournament games ... had 22 kills on .514 hitting to lead the UW to a five-game upset at Texas ... had 20 kills on .349 hitting at California ... fell just one short of tying her school record for blocks in a game with 11 at Arizona State ... 15-kill performance at ASU began a string of seven straight matches with double-digit kills ... seven blocks and 17 kills in five-game match at home with Stanford ... posted a career-high 26 kills on just 37 attempts (.595 hitting) at Oregon on November 9 ... hit above .500 for the second straight night in the team's five-game win over Oregon State ... belted 19 kills with just one error on 32 attempts (.563) versus the Beavers.
1999 (Sophomore): The Huskies' top middle player in 1999, Underhill was second on the team with her 92 blocks (one short of Laffling's 93) and 289 kills ... 13 block solos lead the Huskies ... named an honorable mention selection on both the All-Pac-10 and Academic All-Pac-10 teams ... played in all but two games and in every match ... posted 10 or more kills in 13 matches ... the only Husky in 1999 to record a double-double in kills and blocks with 17 kills and 12 blocks vs. Arizona in Seattle ... began the season with a 15 kills, six digs and six blocks against Illinois-Chicago ... had a strong hitting performance against Stanford on Sept. 16, posting a .529 mark (11 kills, 2 errors, 17 attacks) ... followed that with two straight outstanding matches ... against Cal (Sept. 17), hit .515 with 20 kills and three errors on 33 tries ... the next match at Oregon, hit .500 (22-5-34) ... 22 kills in the win over Oregon were a career high ... notched 21 kills and hit .429 at WSU ... best hitting match of the season came Nov. 6 vs. Arizona State, when she had 14 kills and only one error on 22 swings, good for a .591 percentage ... had 10 or more kills in eight of the season's last 10 matches
1998 (RS-Freshman): Burst on the scene as one of the Huskies' starting quick hitters ... spent the season among the top seven or eight in the Pac-10 in blocking, and finished eighth with 1.27 per game ... one of only three Husky freshmen ever to record 100 blocks in a season (Tuiasosopo and Desilets were the others) ... third on the team in kills and second in hitting percentage ... one of only three Huskies to play in every game ... recorded double-digit kills in 12 matches ... top kills match was Oct. 9 vs. Oregon when she had 17 to go with only four errors on 35 attacks (.371) ... top hitting game may have been vs. California on Nov. 1, when she hit 13-1-27 (.444) ... 12 block assists vs. Oregon on Oct. 9 were the most by any Pac-10 player all season.
1997 (Freshman): Red-shirted the season.
RANCHO BUENA VISTA HS A three-year letterwinner under coach Tom Saunders ... named all-league and all-CIF as a senior ... earned the San Diego Union-Tribune's Volleyball Player of the Year Award as a senior ... led team to section title as a senior and went 14-0 and won league as a junior ... played for San Diego Volleyball Club ... a four-year letterwinner in track, competing in the long jump and high jump ... went to state meet in the high jump, taking second place, as a senior ... named the San Diego Section athlete of the year for her volleyball and track accomplishments ... also named the field athlete of the year by the San Diego Union-Tribune as a junior ... a four-year honor roll student who graduated with a 3.78 GPA ... won her school's scholar-athlete award as a senior and was a member of the California Scholarship Federation.
LISA UNDERHILL'S CAREER UW STATISTICS
YEAR G K E ATT PCT SA SE RE AST DIGS TB B/AVG 1998 88 219 95 503 .247 5 15 1 7 33 112 1.27 1999 88 289 112 670 .264 9 13 1 8 41 92 1.05 2000 89 326 96 717 .321 5 8 4 18 52 96 1.08 Totals 265 834 303 1890 .281 19 36 6 33 126 300 1.13