7 Bobbi Stewart






    Outside Hitter
    5-10, Senior, 3L
    Houston, TX
    Dobie HS

    1999: Earned Third Team All-Conference USA honors...was selected to the C-USA All-Tournament team after hitting .328 with 2.9 kills per game to help UH reach the semifinal round...provided a big boost in the team's drive to the C-USA regular season and National Division championship when rightside hitter Jennifer Wittenburg was sidelined for over a month with a shoulder injury... unselfishly changed positions and excelled in the new role...averaged 4.3 kills, 3.7 digs and 0.77 blocks per game with a .274 hitting percentage in that 11-match span (October 8 to November 12) to help the Cougars go 9-2 and clinch a tie for the C-USA regular season title ...started 30 of 32 matches and appeared in 99 of the team's 120 games (82.5 percent)...co-led the squad in kills per game (3.11) and was second in attempts per game (8.24) for the full season...hit .242 against C-USA foes while averaging 3.56 kills and 3.19 defensive digs per league game...tallied double-figure kills in a match 13 times, including a career-best 29 against DePaul - the highest kill total by a Cougar all year...spiked 16 kills in just three games against NCAA Tournament bound Cincinnati...posted 12 matches with double-figure digs, including a career-high 22 on the road at Memphis...tallied double-figure kills and double-figure digs in the same match 9 times... improved blocking as the season went on, doubling her block-production in the second half of the season...averaged a block per game for a match seven times in the second half of the season... stuffed a season-high 5 blocks three times, including nationally-ranked Ohio State...served two aces in a match three times, including on the road at nationally-ranked Texas in the NCAA Tournament...finished second on the team in set assists (49)...passed out six assists in a 3-2 win at SMU and five in a 3-2 win over Auburn...1998: Played in all 33 matches and in 97 of the team's 117 games (83 %)...made 13 starts... improved individual statistics across the board even though she had changed to a new position in order to help the Cougars more at outside hitter...averaged 2.04 kills and 6.04 attack attempts per game... posted career-highs in kills (21), defensive digs (15) and a season-high seven blocks against Conference USA rival Memphis...had five "double-doubles"... recorded 18 kills and hit .364 in just three games played against Tennessee...tallied double-figure kills in a match eight times...hit .300 or better on 10 occasions...attack percentage was 73 points higher against C-USA foes (.232)...made a career-high 61 attack attempts in the season-opener against Southwest Texas State... passed out a season-high six assists in a 3-2 win over TCU...1997: Played in 22 of the team's 33 matches and in 44 of 117 games (38 %) ...started two matches...missed two weeks of action in October with a knee injury that continued to nag her the rest of the year...registered 42 kills, 35 digs and 32 total blocks in her first collegiate season...posted a career-high eight blocks, career-high seven kills and hit .556 in a 3-0 sweep of North Carolina...stuffed two block solos against nationally-ranked Texas...tallied six kills and hit .357 with a career-high nine defensive digs against Conference USA rival Memphis... played in the NCAA Tournament match against Oklahoma and totaled four digs in one game...had four blocks in a pair of wins over DePaul and Montana ...High School/Club Volleyball: Played club for NASA Juniors, earning Lone Star and Third Coast MVP honors...coached by Emily Burdett and Karen Kramer Query...earned four varsity letters in volleyball at J. Frank Dobie High School...named first team all-Greater Houston selection by the Houston Chronicle and District 23-5A Most Valuable Player as a senior in 1996...averaged over 3.0 blocks per game playing middle...also saw action at outside hitter to lead the Longhorns to a 28-8 record and district championship... coached by Donna Branch...excellent student who was a member of the school's Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Born September 2, 1978, in Abilene, TX...parents are Ann and Ronnie Godsey...kinesiology major...was also recruited by Stephen F. Austin and UNLV...chose to attend Houston because of "great people and a lot of opportunities."

    Career Statistics
    Year   MP/GP  K   E   TA   Pct. Ast SA Digs BS BA  TB
    1997   22/44  42  21  120  .175 0   2  35   4  28  32
    1998   33/97  198 105 586  .159 29  9  179  7  43  50
    1999   30/99  308 124 816  .225 49  13 262  7  52  59
    Totals 85/240 548 250 1522 .196 78  24 476  18 123 141

    NCAA Tournament Statistics Year MP/GP K E TA Pct. Ast SA Digs BS BA TB 1997 1/1 0 2 7 -.286 0 0 4 0 0 0 1998 1/3 1 2 4 -.250 0 0 1 0 1 1 1999 1/3 8 5 25 .120 3 2 11 0 1 1 Totals 3/7 9 9 36 .000 3 2 16 0 2 2

    Match Highs Kills: 29 (1999) Attempts: 69 (1999) Hitting: .556 (1997) Digs: 22 (1999) Aces: 2 (1998, 99) Blocks: 8 (1997)

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