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    Stefani Eddins

    Irving, Texas

    High School:

    Last College:
    North Carolina A&T


    Club Team:
    North Dallas Juniors

    Pronounced Ed-inns ... Played in every single game of every single match during two year career with Wolfpack after transferring to NC State from North Carolina A&T in 2004 ... Finished NC State career second in the school records for season attack pct. and career attack pct., first (173 in 2004) and second (159 in 2005) in season blocks and ninth for career blocks.

    2005: Named first-team All-ACC ... Earned honorable mention All-East Region honors by the AVCA ... Picked honorable mention by for national Stellar Spiker Team ... Played in every game and started every match ... Selected team co-captain along with fellow senior starting middle blocker Adeola Kosoko ... Named to Wolfpack Classic All-Tournament Team and selected the tournament MVP ... Picked third-team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 3 by CoSIDA ... Led team with 360 kills, 3.50 kills per game, 747 total attacks, a .387 attack percentage, 123 block assists, 36 solo blocks and 1.54 blocks per game ... Hit .600 against Campbell (9/2) with 16 kills and seven blocks ... Put away 17 kills against South Carolina State (9/3) ... Named to the Magnolia Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Hit .500 against Lipscomb (9/9) with six blocks and had 14 kills, a .480 attack percentage and eight blocks against Lamar later that evening ... Led the team with 11 kills against No. 17 Texas (9/10) with a .476 hitting pct., and then hit .435 with 13 kills and eight blocks that night at Ole Miss ... Led team with seven kills, .389 attack pct. and four blocks against Virginia Tech (9/25) ... Had standout performance at Duke (9/30) with 16 kills at a .438 clip with five blocks ... Led the way with nine kills and six blocks at Wake Forest (10/1) ... Recorded 18 kills at a .405 attack percentage to go with four blocks against North Carolina (10/4) despite missing most of game four with a sore shin ... Drilled Miami (10/7) with 21 kills, a .357 attack percentage and a team-high six blocks, including three solos, scoring 25.5 points ... Led the squad with a .320 attack percentage and 10 kills against Florida State (10/8) ... Set a career high with 23 kills against Clemson (10/14) to go with a .386 attack pct. and five blocks ... Hit a blistering .536 against Georgia Tech (10/15) with 17 kills and five blocks ... Led Wolfpack to win at Boston College (10/21) with 19 kills, a .581 attack pct. and nine blocks ... Had a team-high eight kills at Maryland (10/23) ... Led team with 12 kills and four blocks at Virginia Tech (10/28) ... Hit .533 at Virginia (10/29) with eight kills ... Posted four blocks at North Carolina (11/1) ... Hit .500 against Wake Forest (11/4) with 11 kills ... Supplied 12 kills, seven digs and three blocks against Duke (11/6) ... Made career high 11 block assists and tied career high 12 total blocks at Georgia Tech (11/11) to go with five digs, nine kills and a .240 attack pct. ... Sprung for a double-double at Clemson (11/12) putting up 19 kills, 10 blocks and a career-high .667 attack pct. ... Hit .467 at Florida State (11/18) with nine kills and four blocks ... Blasted 10 kills at Miami (11/20) with a .273 attack pct. and nine blocks ... Led ACC with .387 attack pct., finished third with 1.54 blocks per game, 10th with 3.50 kills per game and third in both blocks per ACC game and conference games attack pct. ... Ranked 18th in the NCAA for attack pct. and 19th for blocks per game.

    2004: Transferred to NC State from North Carolina A&T ... Played in all 111 games of all 31 matches ... Shattered the school record with 173 total blocks ... Led the ACC and ranked 19th in the nation with 1.56 blocks-per-game ... Tied for fourth in league history in single-season blocks-per-game ... Named the Team's MVP ... Second on the squad with a .266 attack percentage and third with 2.31 kills-per-game ... Tied the single-match school record with 12 blocks against North Carolina Oct. 5 ... Came up with 11 blocks the next match, Oct. 9, versus Virginia Tech ... Posted 20 kills on 45 attempts, both season highs, at Virginia Tech Nov. 5 ... Recorded a season-high 24 digs at Tennessee-Chattanooga Sept. 18 ... Tallied double-digit kills in 13 matches, including 7 of the last 10 ... Put down 13 kills and 10 blocks to go with eight digs in the season finale at Virginia Nov. 18 ... Had 11 kills, seven blocks and nine digs the previous game, Nov. 14 versus Miami ... Impressive performance against Liberty Oct. 19 included 13 kills, nine blocks and 10 digs ... Dean's List student both semesters ... Named NC State Scholar-Athlete both semesters ... Selected to 2004-05 ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Honored on as the Caterpillar co-Scholar Athlete of the Month in June 2005.

    At North Carolina A&T: Led the Aggies offensively in 2003 with 375 kills off a .337 hitting percentage ... Was also the team's leader with 125 total blocks, which was the third-most in the MEAC ... Tallied 75 digs ... Earned second team All-MEAC honors ... Was named first team All-MEAC as a freshman, after finishing with a team-best 379 kills, .319 attack percentage and 186 total blocks.

    High School: Lettered in volleyball and track at Irving High School, in Irving Texas ... Three-time all-district selection in volleyball and named to all-area team as a senior ... Led squad to district championship senior season ... Volleyball MVP and track co-captain as a senior ... Three-time regional qualifier in the 400m, qualified for the state championships senior year and finished seventh ... Also regionally qualified in the triple jump, 200m, 4x200m relay and twice in the 4x400m relay ... National Honor Society member ... Graduated in the top 12% of class ... Also a member of Bio-Society, a club that studied different animals on camping trips and visits to Sea World ... Voluntereed at the Medical and Surgical Clinic of Irving ... Participated in community service projects SAVE and Project Adoption, which help children and families in need.

    Club: Played six years of club volleyball, spending two years with the Lubbock Volleyball Club, a year with Club Med, in CederHill, Texas, two years with Addison VBC before her last season with one of the topclub teams in the area, North Dallas Juniors, out of Arlington.

    Personal: Mother is Angela Eddins ... Born in Lubbock, Texas in 1983 ... Parks, Recreation and Tourism major.

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