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    5  Adeola Kosoko
    Adeola Kosoko

    Hometown:
    Omaha, Neb.

    High School:
    Millard North

    Height:
    5-11

    Position:
    MB

    Club Team:
    Omaha Momentum 181


    Pronounced addy-o-lah co-soh-co ... Finished career seventh in school history with 353 career blocks.

    2005: Played in every game and started every match ... Selected team co-captain along with fellow senior starting middle blocker Stefani Eddins ... Named to the Wolfpack Classic All-Tournament Team for the second straight year ... Re-elected as Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) President ... Finished second on team with 246 kills, 2.39 kills per game, 644 total attacks, a .213 attack percentage, 89 block assists and 32 solo blocks ... Led team with .952 serve reception pct., recording only 14 reception errors on 291 received serves ... Third on team with 167 digs ... Ranked seventh in league with 1.17 blocks per game and seventh with 1.21 blocks per ACC game ... Paced the team with 13 kills, eight digs and four blocks in the season opener against The Citadel (9/2) ... Named to the Magnolia Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Hit .417 at Ole Miss (9/10) with seven kills and seven blocks ... Led team with seven kills, a .375 attack pct., five digs and five blocks, including three solos against Virginia (9/23) ... Credited with six kills and five digs at Wake Forest (10/1) ... Led team with eight blocks, including three solos, against North Carolina (10/4) to go with seven digs and four kills despite missing all but one play of the third game with leg cramps ... Led team with .423 attack pct. against Miami (10/7) and had 13 kills, 17 digs, five blocks and two aces ... Added three blocks, five digs, four kills and one ace against Florida State (10/8) ... Hit .226 against Clemson (10/14) with 11 kills, six digs, three blocks and one ace ... Torched Georgia Tech (10/15) with 16 kills, a .424 attack pct., seven digs and five blocks ... Hit .375 in win at Boston College (10/21) with 15 kills, three assists, nine digs four blocks and one ace ... Contributed six digs, four blocks and five kills at Maryland (10/23) ... Led team with five blocks at Virginia Tech (10/28) to go with seven kills and seven digs ... Chipped in eight kills at a .333 pct., and five digs at Virginia (10/29) ... Led team with seven kills, six digs and four blocks at North Carolina (11/1) ... Had team high five blocks against Wake Forest (11/4) to go with six digs and five kills ... Registered 10 kills, nine digs and seven blocks against Duke (11/6) ... Led team with 11 kills at Georgia Tech (11/11) to go with a .200 attack pct., one ace, eight digs and four blocks ... Good for a double-double at Clemson (11/12) with 13 kills and a team high 10 digs, hitting .152 with a team best three aces and six blocks ... Put up team-best five blocks at Florida State (11/18) with six kills, seven digs and one ace ... Had six kills, four digs and two blocks at Miami (11/20) ... Led team with .381 attack pct. and seven blocks, including three solos, against Maryland (11/25), putting away 11 kills, one ace and three digs ... Chipped in five kills, one ace, five digs and four blocks against Boston College (11/26).

    2004: Led the team with a .276 attack percentage and was second on the squad with 1.09 blocks-per-game and 2.96 kills-per-game ... Started all 31 matches and played in all 111 games ... Had a team-best .542 attack percentage in the season-opening 3-1 win over Wofford, puttiing away 14 kills and coming up with five blocks ... Kept a hot hand Sept. 3 with 13 kills on 16 attempts with no attack errors and four blocks in the 3-0 win over UNC-Asheville ... Registered 16 kills in the loss to Elon Sept. 4 ... Credited with six blocks and eight kills in the 3-0 win over UNC-Wilmington Sept. 4 ... Recorded a triple-double in the 3-1 win over Columbia Sept. 11 with 10 blocks, 10 digs and 12 kills ... Had a team high .500 attack percentage in the 3-1 win over East Carolina Sept. 14 with 18 kills and six blocks ... Blistered the field at the Coastal Carolina Classic Sept. 17-19, hitting .436 for the weekend with with 63 kills and 14 blocks in three 3-2 matches ... Led the Wolfpack to 3-0 win over North Carolina A&T Sept. 20 with 10 kills and eight blocks ... Put together a 13 kill, nine dig, six block performance in a 3-1 loss to Virginia Oct. 2 ... Came up with a team-high 10 digs to go with seven kills against North Carolina Oct. 5 ... Tallied 11 kills, six blocks and a team-high 23 digs in a 3-2 loss to Virginia Tech Oct. 9 ... Led the team with 10 kills and three blocks at Florida State Oct. 17 ... Delivered 13 kills, eight digs and three blocks in a 3-1 loss to Liberty Oct. 19 ... Registered nine kills and seven digs versus Clemson Oct. 23 ... Put away 10 kills to go with five digs at Wake Forest Oct. 29 ... Stepped up in a 3-2 loss at Virginia Tech Nov. 5, with 13 kills, five blocks and a team-high 20 digs ... Had 15 kills, nine digs and seven blocks in a 3-1 loss to host Virginia at the ACC Tournament ... Named NC State Scholar Athlete both semesters and selected to Dean's List spring semester... Selected to 2004-05 ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Served as president of Student-Athlete Advisory Committee ... Member of Leadership Board of Fellowship of Christian Athletes in Action ... Chosen to represent Wolfpack student-athletes at NCAA Leadership Conference in June 2005.

    2003: Played in 90 games and 31 matches on the year ... Finished third on the team in kills with 148, while also totaling 112 digs and 68 total blocks defensively ... Recorded double figures in digs twice ... Came up big September 26 against Florida State, finishing with eight kills, 11 digs and four total blocks

    2002: Immediately became a helpful weapon offensively ... Recorded double figures in kills five times on the year ... Had 215 total kills to rank second on the team and top among NC State's freshmen ... Also tied for third place with 43 total blocks ... Racked up eight kills to go with a career-high 12 digs and a block assist September 17 in the Wolfpack's victory over East Carolina ... Had a 15-kill effort November 1 against Clemson at Reynolds Coliseum

    High School: Finished her senior campaign with 129 kills, 51 assists, 68 total blocks, and 48 digs ... Named second-team all-county honors in 1999 ... Recorded 57 block assists in 2001, the seventh best mark at Millard North ...Totaled seven solo blocks against Omaha Bryan ... A member of the National Honor Society and the Latin Honor Society.

    Club: Played four years of club volleyball and was named the Most Valuable Player for the Magnet Geckos club for the 1999- 2000 season

    Personal: Full name is Adeola Adekumbi Kosoko ... Enjoys scrapbooking, dancing, reading and playing the violin ... Psychology major.

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