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#11 Tracy Stalls
Position: Middle Blocker
Height: 6'3"
Year: Senior
City/State: Denver, Colo.
High School: Lakewood

Records
• NCAA Record Holder for Hitting Pct.  (1.000 vs. Texas Tech on Nov. 24, 13-0-13)
• School and Big 12 Records for Single-Season Hitting Percentage (.473, 2007)

Honors & Awards
•  2007 U.S. National Team Member
• Two-Time Second-Team AVCA All-American (2006-07)
• 2007 First-Team ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American
• Two-Time First-Team All-Big 12 (2006-07)
• Two-Year Team Captain (2006-07)
• Two-Time First-Team AVCA All-Central Region (2006-07)
• 2006 NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team
• 2006 Nebraska Invitational All-Tournament Team
• 2006-07 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Team Representative
• 2006 U.S. National Team Camp Participant
• 2006 Second-Team Academic All-District VII
• Three-time First-team Academic All-Big 12 (2005-07)
• Seven-Time Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Rol
• 2007 AVCA Showcase All-Tournament Team
• 2007 Ameritas Challenge All-Tournament Team
• Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 26, 2007)
• Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 19, 2007)

2007: Senior
Tracy Stalls collects her second All-America certificate after enjoying one of the most prolific seasons by a middle blocker in school history in 2007 •Averaged 2.83 kills and a team-high 1.13 blocks per game, while ranking third nationally with a .473 hitting percentage • Shattered both school (.440 by Virginia Stahr in 1989) and Big 12 (.415 by Missouri’s Nicole Wilson in 2005) records for hitting percentage • Became only the second Husker to hit .400 or better in consecutive seasons • Hit .500 or better in 14 matches and reached double figures in kills 12 times • Finished her career as one of the most prolific blockers in school history, ranking third all-time at NU in block assists (528) and fourth all-time in blocks (578) • Tied an NCAA record with a 1.000 hitting percentage against Texas Tech on Nov. 24, recording 13 kills on 13 swings • Chosen as Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week on Nov. 19, as she hit .654 and averaged 3.00 kills per game in a pair of sweeps • Enjoyed one of the best offensive nights in school history, delivering 11 kills on 13 swings against No. 22 Oklahoma on Nov. 17, as her .846 hitting percentage against the Sooners was the third-highest percentage in school history • Led NU’s comeback at No. 12 Kansas State on Nov. 3 with 15 kills on .480 hitting and a season-high nine blocks • Topped the Huskers in kills in a sweep of No. 11 Hawaii with 13 kills on 23 swings and a pair of blocks on Oct. 21 • Enjoyed one of her best matches at Missouri on Oct. 17, totaling 15 kills on .737 hitting and six blocks • Had 10 kills on .600 hitting and five stuffs vs. Texas Tech on Sept. 15 • Totaled seven kills on .462 hitting and three blocks in a sweep of No. 7 Texas on Sept. 12 • Named to the Ameritas Players Challenge All-Tournament team, averaging 3.00 kills per game on .654 hitting • Hit a then-season best .692 with nine kills on 13 swings against New Mexico State on Sept. 8 • Totaled a season-high 16 kills on .640 hitting and four blocks in a win over No. 5 UCLA to earn a spot on the AVCA Showcase All-Tournament Team • Trained with the U.S. National Team over the summer and helped Team USA to a fourth-place finish at the Pan American Cup in Colima, Mexico • Started the first three matches before suffering a slight knee injury that forced her to miss the rest of the tournament • Averaged 2.25 kills per game while hitting .615 on 39 swings, as Team USA went 3-0 with Stalls in the lineup

2006: Junior
Stalls earned second-team All-America honors, averaging 2.67 kills and 1.41 blocks per game, as she was fourth in the Big 12 in blocks • Became the sixth Husker volleyball player to hit .400 over a complete season, leading the Big 12 and ranking 11th nationally in hitting percentage (.400) • Hit .500 or better 12 times, including a season-high .727 (9-1-11) against Texas Tech on Sept. 23 • Has reached double figures in kills 13 times, highlighted by a career-high 17 kills in the national semifinals against No. 4 UCLA on Dec. 14, as she recorded 10 or more kills in four of her final five NCAA Tournament matches • Totaled 10 kills and seven blocks in the national title match victory against No. 2 Stanford on Dec. 16 • Led the Huskers to a comeback win over UCLA in the NCAA semifinals, totaling 13 of her career-high 17 kills in the final two games, as she hit .577 and added four blocks against the Bruins • Played one of her best all-around matches of the season in the regional final against No. 9 Minnesota, delivering 13 kills on .375 hitting, a team-high six blocks and seven digs • Had 10 kills on .467 hitting and chipped in four blocks vs. Northern Iowa on Dec. 2 • Recorded nine kills and a match-high four blocks vs. No. 8 Texas on Nov. 25 • Finished with 10 kills and a team-high seven blocks at Iowa State on Nov. 8 • Had 10 kills on .444 hitting and three blocks in a sweep of No. 17 Oklahoma on Nov. 4 • Finished with nine kills without an error on .643 hitting and four blocks in a sweep at Kansas State on Oct. 28 • Totaled 13 kills on .417 hitting and three blocks in a win at No. 9 Texas on Oct. 18 • Had 12 kills without an error on .571 hitting against Colorado on Oct. 14 • Nearly totaled a double-double with nine kills and eight blocks in a sweep of Missouri on Oct. 11 • Led NU’s victory over Creighton on Sept. 24 with 11 kills on .450 hitting and matched her season high with eight blocks • Totaled 14 kills on 20 swings against Long Beach State on Sept. 3 while adding four blocks and three digs in a sweep of the 49ers • Was efficient against Middle Tennessee on Sept. 2, totaling 10 kills on 14 swings and three blocks • Tied or set then-career highs in kills (14) and attempts (30) while adding a team-high five blocks in a four-game win over Minnesota on Sept. 10 • Spent part of the summer training with the USA Volleyball Program in Colorado Springs.

2005: Sophomore
Stalls was one of the Big 12’s best middle blockers, helping NU to a 33-2 record and a national runner-up finish • Averaged 1.43 kills on .244 hitting and 1.59 blocks per game, as she appeared in 28 matches after offseason knee surgery • Ranked third in the Big 12 and 14th nationally in blocks per game • Was among the Big 12 leaders in hitting percentage (.270, 15th) and blocks (1.54, fifth) in league matches • Topped NU in blocking nine times, including the NCAA title match against Washington, where she totaled a match-high nine blocks, along with three kills and four assists • Enjoyed her best offensive match of the season at No. 11 Texas on Nov. 26, hitting .400 while recording season bests in both kills (11) and attempts (20) • Recorded a career-high 12 blocks, including five solo stuffs, versus Kansas State on Nov. 19 • Her five solo blocks against KSU were the most by a Husker in five seasons • Drilled seven kills on .429 hitting and added five blocks at Texas A&M on Nov. 9 •Totaled nine kills on .500 hitting and a match-high four blocks at Iowa State on Nov. 5 • Led NU with nine blocks in a sweep at Texas Tech on Oct. 29 • Set then-season highs in kills (eight) and blocks (eight), while hitting .462 in a four-game win at Oklahoma on Sept. 28 • Made her first start against No. 4 Penn State on Sept. 11, recording three kills and five blocks in a sweep of the Nittany Lions • Made her season debut against Pacific on Sept. 10, recording two kills and four blocks in one game against the Tigers.

2004: Freshman
Stalls provided an immediate impact for the Huskers, starting 30 matches at middle blocker • Set single-season freshman records for total blocks (160) and block assists (148) • Ranked third in the Big 12 and 11th nationally in blocks with 1.65 per game • Ranked in the top 10 in the league in hitting percentage (.322, eighth) • Tied a school postseason record with nine blocks in NU’s sweep of Iona on Dec. 3 • Totaled nine blocks in victories over No. 9 Colorado State on Nov. 7 and No. 25 Kansas on Nov. 12 • Recorded seven or more kills 16 times, including six double-figure efforts • Enjoyed her best match of the year against Iowa State on Oct. 16, when she had a career-high 14 kills on .824 hitting - the fifth-highest hitting percentage on school charts • Sparked NU’s win at No. 16 Kansas State on Oct. 13 with 12 kills on .579 hitting and a team-high eight blocks • Posted her first career double-double at Baylor on Oct. 23 with 10 kills and a career-high 10 digs • Finished the year with 12 kills and seven blocks in the regional title game vs. No. 8 USC on Dec. 11 • Ranked third on the squad with 21 service aces, including three at Western Michigan on Sept. 6 and against Creighton in North Platte on Oct. 10.

National Developmental Program
Stalls spent nearly two years in the USA Volleyball National Developmental Program after becoming the first participant in the program in May of 2002 • Traveled with the U.S. National Team for several competitions, including the 2003 Centennial Cup, the 2003 Pan American Games and the 2004 Yeltsin Cup • Spent two and a half months training with the Nagasaki International University Volleyball Team in Sasebo City, Japan, in 2002 • Competed on the USA Youth National Team at the 2000 NORCECA Zonal Championship and was a member of the USA Junior National Team and competed at the 2001 World Championships and the 2002 NORCECA Zonal Championships • Took college courses at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs while participating in the USA Volleyball Developmental Program.

High School
Stalls played for the Front Range Volleyball Club and Coach Jim Miret • Served as co-captain in 2001 and 2002, leading her team to a national title in the 18 Open division at the 2002 USA Junior Olympics • Earned All-America honors and the Spirit of Excellence award in 2002 • Played two years at Lakewood (Colo.) High School for Coach Liz Armbrustmacher and for one year at University High School in Morgantown, W.V. • Graduated from Lakewood High School as class valedictorian • Her father (Dave) played eight seasons in the NFL, and was a member of three Super Bowl teams, including the Super Bowl XVIII champion Los Angeles Raiders and brother (Jon) plays beach volleyball and was in the finals of the 2004 King of the Beach Tournament.

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