2002 Amherst Volleyball Milestones
- Finished with a 21-7 overall record (8-2 in conference play) after opening the season with nine straight wins.
- Earned the third seed in the NESCAC Postseason Championship Tournament, where they recorded a pair of 3-1 victories over sixth-seeded Tufts and seventh-seeded Middlebury before falling to top-seeded Williams, 3-0, in championship game.
- Led the NESCAC in blocks per game (3.07) and finished second in hitting percentage (.274).
- Finished 19th in the nation in hitting percentage (.274) and 20th in blocks per game (3.07).
Head Coach Sue Everden
- Posted her 400th career victory as the Jeffs downed Middlebury 3-0 in the Gold Medal Bracket of the Amherst College Volleyball Classic.
Senior co-captain outside hitter Erin Dittus (Brentwood, TN)
- NESCAC Fall All-Academic.
- Eighth in the NESCAC in kills per game (3.10).
Senior defensive specialist Irene Lee (Fullerton, CA)
- Fourth in the NESCAC in digs per game (4.34).
Junior middle blocker Lauren Wong (San Francisco, CA)
- Sixth in the NESCAC in blocks per game (1.14).
Sophomore setter Annie Hoeksma (Los Angeles, CA)
- First-Team All-NESCAC.
- Earned all-tournament honors at the 2002 Hall of Fame Invitational, hosted by Smith College.
- Fifth in the NESCAC in assists per game (10.02) and seventh in hitting percentage (.322).
First-Year middle hitter Sara Bruggeman (Boulder, CO)
- Third in the NESCAC in blocks per game (1.42) and fourth in hitting percentage (.338).