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2003 Amherst Volleyball Milestones


  • Finished with a 25-8 overall record (7-3 in conference play), posting winning streaks of seven, six and 10 matches along the way.
  • Earned the No. 4 seed in the NESCAC Postseason Championship Tournament - the Jeffs’ 11th straight postseason appearance - where they downed fifth-seeded Tufts University 3-2 in the quarterfinals before falling to Williams 3-0 in the tournament semifinals.
  • Led the NESCAC and finished 10th in the nation in blocks (3.48/gm). Also third in the NESCAC and 13th in the nation in hitting percentage (.283).


    Senior co-captain middle hitter Lauren Wong (San Francisco, CA)
  • New England Women’s Volleyball Association (NEWVA) Honorable Mention All-New England.
  • Second-Team All-NESCAC.
  • Voted Third-Team Academic All-District 1 by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
  • Finished third in the NESCAC in blocks per game (1.36) and 10th in hitting percentage (.310).

  • Junior setter Annie Hoeksma (Los Angeles, CA)
  • First-Team All-NESCAC for the second straight season.
  • NESCAC Fall All-Academic.
  • Earned Tournament MVP honors at the WNEC Invitational, dishing out a combined 117 assists in wins over Mass. College, Pine Manor, Plymouth St. and Westfield St.
  • Finished fifth in the NESCAC in assists per game (9.38).

  • First-year outside hitter Kristin Quinn (Los Angeles, CA)
  • New England Women’s Volleyball Association (NEWVA) Second-Team All-New England and New England Rookie of the Year.
  • NESCAC Rookie of the Year.
  • Earned All-Tournament honors at both the WNEC and Wesleyan Invitationals.
  • Finished 13th in the nation in blocks per game (1.52) and 10th in hitting percentage (.420).
  • Led the NESCAC in hitting percentage (.420) and finished second in blocks per game (1.52).

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