2003 Second Team All-C-USA
Named Second-Team All-Conference... played in 31 of Houston's 32 matches, making 30 starts... finished among C-USA leaders in blocks per game with 1.26... ranked third on the team in kills with 3.15 per game...finished with the best hitting percentage, .273, among Cougar starters... tallied double-digit kills 21 times in 2003... had her two highest kill totals of the season on Halloween weekend, knocking down 22 kills on Oct. 31 against Marquette and a career-high 23 kills on Nov. 1 against DePaul... picked up a kill/block double-double on Oct. 25 with 15 kills and 12 blocks against USF... collected 20 kills with a .474 hitting percentage against UAB on Oct. 24.
Saw action in 26 matches and made 18 starts as the Cougars' middle blocker... led the team with 0.98 blocks per game for a total of 94 on the season... finished second behind teammate and First-Team All-C-USA selection Jenny Tanneberger with a .292 hitting percentage... tallied 173 kills and averaged 1.80 kills per game (fourth on the squad)... posted double-digit kills in six matches and hit better than .400 in eight matches in 2002... led all players with six blocks and added seven kills and a .455 attack percentage as Houston closed its season with a 3-0 win over Kentucky... posted a career-best 14 kills and .667 attack percentage in the Cougars' 3-1 win over TCU in the opening round of the 2002 C-USA Tournament Nov. 23 in Chicago... had a solid weekend series at Memphis and Saint Louis Oct. 11-12... totaled 12 kills (.417) and a career-best 11 blocks against the Tigers and 13 kills (.400) and five blocks against the Billikens, respectively... contributed 11 kills and a match-high eight blocks in Cougars' 3-1 win over crosstown rival Rice on Sept. 7... enjoyed the first-double digit match of her collegiate career in Houston's second contest of the season, totaling 12 kills against Southeastern Louisiana on Aug. 31.
Saw action in 22 matches with three starts... Finished second on team with 0.70 blocks per game, including 44 block assists... Led all players with three block solos at SMU in the Cougars' season finale...Also added four block assists to tie her single-match high.... Enjoyed a career-best day against Charlotte... Put away five kills with only one error in eight chances for a career-best .500 attack percentage... Made her first collegiate start against 12th-ranked Hawaii... Recorded six blocks at Louisville... Tallied a career-best nine kills and .467 attack percentage with only two errors in 15 chance at Cincinnati... Led all Cougars with seven block assists in the 3-2 victory over Memphis during the Cougars' Conference USA road opener... Made her collegiate debut against host Rice at the Rice Invitational.
Was named the 2001 Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year as a senior at Brazoswood High School in Clute, Texas...earned Second Team All-District 24-5A honors in volleyball...selected as the team's most valuable player...coached in volleyball by Amanda Spencer...also was a standout as a varsity letterwinner in track and field...played club volleyball for the Texas Riptides.
Born on February 17, 1982, in Houston...parents are Lonnie and Willie Dews...was also recruited by Oklahoma and LSU.