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5   Aisha Carr
Aisha Carr


Dallas, TX

High School:
Dallas Skyline




Club Team:
North Dallas Juniors

At Florida State: Was second on the team as a junior with 126 total blocks...led the Florida State squad and ranked eighth in the ACC in total blocks with 136 in 2002...earned ACC Player of the Week honors after leading her team to wins against NC State and UNC...recorded a career-high hitting percentage of .647 against NC State October 25, 2002...notched a career-high 17 kills against nationally-ranked North Carolina during the 2002 season...had a career-high 12 digs as a freshman against Texas at the Texas A&M Tournament.

Junior Year (2003): Started in all 33 matches and one of two players (Cerina Pele) to play in all 123 games...recorded 18 double-digit kill performances and hit .300 or better in 17 matches...second on the team with a .282 hitting percentage...recorded 126 total blocks during her junior campaign which was second on the team...hit a strong .667 with 14 kills, two service aces, three digs in the season opening win over Florida Atlantic (8/29)...knotched 10 kills and eight digs against Michigan (8/30)...named to the All-Tounament team following her performance in the Florida State Invitational...led the team with a season-high 15 kills and a hitting percentage of .542 against Louisiana Tech (9/5)...against Arkansas State she recorded 10 kills, one service ace, one dig and four block assists in the Seminoles' win over the Lady Indians (9/5)...earned her second All-Tournament team nomination in as many tournaments at the Texas State Tournament...recorded 11 kills with one service ace, two digs and six blocks against St. Mary's at the UC Irvine Sunset Classic...posted her first double-double of the season against Houston (9/13) with 11 kills and 11 blocks...hit .733 against Jacksonville (9/19) with 11 kills on 15 attacks, three service aces and three blocks...continued her hot streak with a .458 hitting percentage against Eastern Kentucky with 14 kills and four blocks...led the team with a .308 hitting percentage at NC State (9/26) with 12 kills, a service ace and a team-high four blocks...had five blocks at North Carolina (9/27) and six against Wake Forest (10/4)...led the Seminoles with nine blocks at UCF (10/14)...recorded 12 kills and had four blocks against Clemson (10/17)...hit .429 with eight kills and one block against No. 4 Georgia Tech (10/18)...led the team with 14 kills and had five digs at Duke (10/24)...hit .471 with 10 kills with one block and one dig at Wake Forest (10/25)...posted a team-high six blocks with eight kills agaisnt USF (10/29)...had 11 kills while hitting .350 with two digs and three blocks against North Carolina (10/31)...crushed NC State (11/1) with a hitting percentage of .579 on a team-high 13 kills...led the team with six blocks at Clemson (11/7) along with 10 kills and eight digs...recorded 11 kills while hitting .400 with eight blocks against Maryland (11/14)...tied a season-high with 15 kills with five blocks in the home finale against Virginia (11/16)...tied a season-high with three service aces in the opening round of the ACC Tournament against NC State (11/20)...hit .350 on nine kills in the season finale at Georgia (11/28)...earned ACC Academic Honor Roll recognition for 2003-2004.

Sophomore Year (2002): A powerful middle hitter for the Seminoles, ranked first on the team and eighth in the conference in total blocks...played in all 34 matches for the Seminoles...had 23 solo blocks and 113 block assists on the season...had a career-high three aces against Florida International and Florida A&M...ranked fifth on the team in kills with 253...averaged 2.02 kills per game...earned ACC Player of the Week honors after strong performances against NC State and North Carolina...against NC State, Carr notched 12 kills and hit a career-high .647...put down a career-high 17 kills against North Carolina.

Freshman Year (2001): Saw action in 16 games of seven matches during her freshman season...recorded her season-high hitting percentage against Fresno State (.500) in the first match of the Pepperdine Tournament...tallied a career-high 12 digs and 36 attacks against Texas at the Texas A&M Tournament...totaled 14 kills, 61 attacks and 17 digs on the season.

High School: Named first-team all-district during her sophomore year, followed by a team offensive MVP season during her junior year...named first-team all-district following her junior season...earned Academic Player of the Year honors in her third year at Dallas' Skyline high school...named the Most Valuable Player in her district following her senior season...was a Dallas Morning News first-team all-area selection as well as a Tour of Texas All-Tournament Team (18-yr. Division) selection...ranked second in kills in her region in her senior year...earned several academic honors throughout her senior year, including Who's Who Among Skyline's Seniors and the Governor's Academic Award...was a peer assistant and a member of the student senate in high school...competed in both track and volleyball in high school...volleyball coach at Skyline was Laurie Bruscato.

Personal: Born on April 18, 1983...majoring in Criminology...daughter of Willie Brookins-Carr.

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