Nakeyta Clair records season-high tying 14 kills in loss
2012: Played in 83 of 107 sets this season ... Averaged 0.77 kills per set ... Her 1.57 digs per set were the fifth most on the team ... Had eight digs at LSU ... Had five kills at Florida ... Had a team-high 12 digs, five kills and two service aces against Arkansas ... Finished with five kills, a pair of digs and two blocks assists at South Carolina ... Had two kills and eight digs at Alabama ... Had a season-high 19 digs to go along with six kills in a dramatic five-set victory over Xavier ... Recorded nine digs to go along with four kills vs. Marquette ... Had eight kills and five digs in a four-set win over Samford ... Opened the year strong with a double-double of 12 kills and 12 digs at Miami (Fla.).
2011: Played in 25 matches, starting 19 on the season ... Put down 152 kills, averaging 1.79 kills per set ... Also came up with 158 digs, averaging 1.86 digs per set ... Posted five double-digit kill performances on the season and four double-digit dig performances ... Turned in a double-double against No. 15 Tennessee (11/11) with 11 kills and 11 digs ... Followed it up with a double-double against No. 18 Kentucky (11/13) with 12 kills and 10 digs ... Turned in a season-high 13 kills at Tennessee (10/9) in the first meeting between the teams ... Tallied a season-high 14 digs at South Carolina (11/4) ...
2010: Played 30 matches, drawing the start in 29 of them ... Did not start in the match against Samford (9/11) in the Magnolia Invitational ... Led the team in kills with 324 on the season and averaged 2.89 kills per set ... Tallied 16 double-digit kill performances on the season ... Posted 15 double-digit dig performances ... Turned in seven double-doubles on the year ... Put down a career-high 22 kills against Arkansas (10/17) ... Came up with a career-high 24 digs in the season opener against UT-San Antonio (8/27) at the Rice Invitational ... Posted a career-high four assists vs. Morehead State (9/5) at the Northwestern Challenge ... Turned in her best hitting performance at South Carolina (9/24) when she hit .433 when she went 15-for-30 with two errors ...
2009: Appeared in 25 matches, drawing the start in 22 to earn her first letter ... Named an All-SEC Freshman Team selection ... Tallied 218 kills, third most on the team, for a 2.25 kill per set average ... Led the team with 22 service aces on the year ... Also tallied 199 digs, averaging 1.99 digs per set ... Posted 27.0 total blocks ... Turned in 12 double-digit kill performances and seven matches with double-digit digs ... Came up with four double-doubles ... Saw her first action against Texas State (8/28) to start the Rebels' first match of the season ... Put down a double-double with 11 kills and digs ... Her two best matches came against Alabama (10/11) - with a season-high 20 kills and 15 digs - and Arkansas (11/25) with 13 kills and a season-high 22 digs ... Posted a season-high three service aces against Mississippi State (10/9) ... Had a season high 5.0 blocks (5 BA) against Wisconsin-Milwaukee (9/4) ... Named SEC Freshman of the Week (11/30) after leading the Rebels to a season-ending win over Arkansas with her 13 kills and 22 digs ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letter winner at Assumption High School under head coach Ron Kordes ... Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Durango Tournament ... Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Nike Challenge ... Named the No. 100 senior in the nation by PrepVolleyball.com ...
CLUB: Competed with KIVA for 11 years ... Helped lead KIVA to the national championship and an AAU Championship in 2004 and 2006 ...
PERSONAL: Daughter of Alan and Vicky Craven ... Born: December 7, 1990 ... Cousin, Jennifer, played volleyball at Louisville.
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