Bryn Kehoe

USA Volleyball

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Position: Setter
Height: 5-10/179 cm
Weight: 145 lbs/66 kgs
Hometown: North Bend, Ohio
Birth Date: May 29, 1986
College: Stanford
Joined Team: January 2008

MAJOR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION: 2010 – China Tour. 2005 – Montreux Masters.

INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS: 2010 – Started one of three matches and played four sets on USA’s tour of China…Totaled six points on China Tour with four kills on seven errorless swings and two aces…Tallied seven digs, two aces and kill versus Evergrande on Jan. 31.

COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS: 2007 – Selected to All-America First Team by both American Volleyball Coaches Association and Volleyball Magazine…Named the CVU.com Setter of the Year…Named to the All-Pac-10 Team...Selected Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention for the second consecutive season…Led the nation with 14.40 assists per game, topping the Stanford single-season assist per game mark...Tallied a program-best 1,742 total assists on the year, shattering the record she set as a freshman in 2004 (1,637)...Broke the program's career assist record against Washington (10/12) and finished with 5,956-career assists, third best in Pac-10 history and one of the top-25 marks in NCAA history...Finished among the program's career top-10 in digs (7th, 1,220) and service aces (5th, 129)...Recorded 17 double-doubles on the year, with 14 coming against ranked teams...Recorded 60+ assists on 11 occasions throughout the year...Tallied 2.64 digs per set and 28 service aces on the year. 2006 – Tabbed AVCA All-American Second Team and Volleyball Magazine All-American Second Team…Named to the 2006 All-Pac-10 Team...Started all 34 matches for Stanford ...Averaged 13.39 assists per set and ranked third on the squad in blocks with 0.78 per game…Added 316 digs and 28 aces…Collected 50 or more assists on nine occasions, including 61 in the NCAA Championship match against Nebraska (12/16)...Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention. 2005 – Selected to AVCA All-America Third-Team…Missed seven matches with a broken right hand suffered in practice on Oct. 31…Was averaging 14.30 assists per game (second in the Pac-10 and third in the nation) when she was injured ... Finished the year with 13.14 assists per game (second in the Pac-10, 18th in the nation) and 1,104 total assists ... Second on the team with 36 service aces ... Third on the team with 51 total blocks and fourth with 221 digs (2.63 per game). 2004 – Played in 132 of 133 games in her rookie season as Stanford's starting setter...An NCAA National Championship All-Tournament selection...Selected to the Pac-10 All-Freshman Team...Averaged 12.40 assists, 0.28 service aces and 2.76 digs per game...Led the team with a then-school record 1,637 assists...Tallied 48 assists, ten digs and two blocks against Minnesota (12/18) in the NCAA Championship match.

OTHER USA VOLLEYBALL EXPERIENCE: Competed for the U.S. Women’s National Team in 2005 at the Montreux Masters…Starting setter for the U.S. Women’s Junior National Team that competed in 2005 at the FIVB World Championship in Turkey ... Member of the 2004 U.S. Women’s Junior National Team that won the gold medal at the NORCECA Continental Championship...Member of the 2003 U.S. Girls’ Youth National Team that competed in the FIVB World Championship in Poland, including an upset of Russia during the event.

CLUB/PREP CAREER: Began playing club volleyball in 1996 at Westside Volleyball Club…Played on USA Volleyball Junior Olympic Championship teams in 2002 and 2003 with Team Z and earned All-American honors from 2001 to 2004…Selected as 2003 National Prep Player of the Year and finalist for the award in 2002 by PrepVolleyball.com…Paced St. Ursula Academy (Cincinnati, Ohio) to high school state volleyball championships in 2001 and 2003.

PERSONAL: Born Bryn Drake Kehoe on May 29, 1986, in Cincinnati, Ohio…Parents are Steve and Amy Kehoe with brothers Steven (1987) and Seth (1990)…Father played volleyball at Ball State and mother played volleyball at Western Michigan…Bother Seth plays volleyball at Ohio State…Expected to graduate from Stanford with a bachelor’s degree in communications in 2008…Attended St. Ursula Academy (Cincinnati, Ohio) from 2000-2004…Hobbies include watching college basketball and professional tennis, shopping, dancing and having fun with family and friends…Admires her mother because “she has always been there for me and she ahs strength and drive that I can only image.”…Happiest moment in life was winning the 2004 NCAA National Championship as a freshman…Favorite food is Chinese…Favorite book is Tuesdays with Morrie…Favorite musical group is Rascal Flatts but likes all types of music…Favorite athlete is Justine Henin.

Last Updated: March 29, 2010