Regina Thomas
Regina Thomas

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Richardson, Texas

High School:
Richardson

Height:
6-0

Position:
MB

Experience:
3L


07/03/2012

Ole Miss Atheltics And The Impact Of Title IX

Rebel Women's Sports Through The Years

07/03/2012

Ole Miss Athletics And The Impact Of Title IX

Rebel Women's Sports Through The Years

12/14/2011

Thomas Named Honorable Mention All-America By AVCA

Senior Gets National Recognition For Second Straight Season

12/06/2011

Regina Thomas Named Who's Who

List Includes 10 Student-Athletes

12/06/2011

Thomas Named All-Region First Team Selection By AVCA

Senior Middle Blocker Earns Honor For Second Straight Year

2011: Named a first team All-Region team selection for the South Region by the American Volleyball Coaches Association ... Second team All-SEC selection ... Started all 28 matches, playing in all 109 sets of the season ... Hit .369 for the year, finishing the regular season as the top hitter in the Southeastern Conference in the NCAA statistical rankings for the second consecutive season ... Also averaged 1.10 blocks per set, finishing second in the SEC in that category ... Tallied 237 kills on the year to bring her career total to 857 kills, 14th all-time at Ole Miss and fifth since the game transitioned to rally-scoring ... Put down 120.0 blocks, giving her 383.0 blocks for her career and third all-time at Ole Miss ... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Crowne Plaza Cardinal Classic ... Posted double-digit kills in 10 matches, including a season-high 15 kills twice ... Put down 15 kills against Arkansas (9/18) and No. 18 Kentucky (11/13) ... Put down a season-high 10.0 blocks (1 BS, 9 BA) as part of a double-double in a win over Eastern Illinois (9/4) at the Crowne Plaza Cardinal Classic ... Tied a career-high with four block solos against LSU (9/16) ...

2010:
Played 23 matches, drawing the start in each of them, before suffering a season-ending injury when she tore her ACL ... Led the SEC in hitting percentage at .421 on the year (.451 in conference games only) ... Named an All-South Region selection by the American Volleyball Coaches Association ... Named a first team All-SEC selection by the league's coaches, becoming the first Rebel selected to the first team since 1990 ... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Magnolia Invitational ... Named Tournament MVP at the Rice Invitational ... Averaged 1.16 blocks per set on the year ... Second on the team with 96.0 blocks (23 BS, 73 BA) ... Her 23 block solos was a team-high ... Posted eight double-digit kill performances and a double-digit block performance on the year ... Posted a double-double against Southern Miss (9/10) at the Magnolia Invitational ... Turned in a career-performance with 19 kills and 11.0 blocks (2 BS, 9 BA) against the Golden Eagles ... Turned in a career-best .727 hitting percentage against Samford (9/11) at the Magnolia Invitational when she went 9-for-11 with one error ... Put down a career-high four block solos against UL-L (9/11) at the Magnolia Invitational ... Tied her career-high with nine block assists against Southern Miss (9/10) ... Came up with her first career service ace against Arkansas (10/17) ...


2009:
Played in 30 matches, starting 29 to earn her second letter ... One of only three players to play in all 30 matches along with senior hitter Caitlin Weiss and junior libero Morgan Springer ... Her 29 starts was the most on the team ... Posted 210 kills, fourth most on the team, and a team-leading 98 blocks (15 BS, 83 BA) ... Averaged 0.92 blocks per set to lead the team ... Hit a team-leading .264 for the season ... Posted eight double-digit kill performances, including a season-high 14 kills twice ... Notched 14 kills against UAB (9/5) and Auburn (11/22) ... Hit .500 against Auburn with 14 kills on 24 swings with only two attack errors ... Posted 11.0 blocks (2 BS, 9 BA) against Wisconsin-Milwaukee (9/4) at the Magnolia Invitational to help the squad capture the title ... Her nine block assists was a career-high and the two block solos was a season-high she posted three times ...

2008: Appeared in 26 matches, starting 21 ... Named to the SEC All-Freshman Team ... Led the team with a .320 hitting percentage while tallying 200 kills - the third most kills on the team ... Posted 69 blocks (14 BS, 55 BA) and led the team with 0.81 blocks per set ... Posted 10 double-digit kill performances, including a season-high 17 kills against Georgia Tech (9/12) ... Hit .636 with 14 kills, no errors and 22 attempts against Eastern Illinois (9/12) ... Named SEC Freshman of the Week (9/15) for her performance at the Magnolia Invitational ... Posted a season-high 8.0 blocks (2 BS, 6 BA) at Auburn (9/21) ... Named SEC Freshman of the Week (10/13) for a second time after matches against Mississippi State and Alabama ... Hit .682 with 16 kills, one error and 22 attempts against Mississippi State (10/10) ... Hit .346 with 10 kills and only one error against Alabama (10/12) ...

2007: Did not see action and redshirted for the Rebels ...

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years for Valerie Nelms at Richardson High School ... Named Second Team All-District as a sophomore ... Named All-District Honorable Mention as a junior ... Named Second Team All-District as a senior ... Also lettered in basketball and track ... Helped lead her basketball team to the Bi-District Championship as a sophomore and District Championship as a junior ...

CLUB EXPERIENCE: Played three years with Dallas Premiere ...

PERSONAL: Daughter of Rosemary Thomas ... Born May 23, 1989 ... Both of her parents are from Africa ... Sister, Esther, ran track at Texas Christian University and Austin Peay University ... Sister, Victoria, played volleyball at Southern University ... Active in the National Honor Society in high school ... Also active in the Boys and Girls Club of America in Richardson ... Nicknames are Gina, GeenaBean and Raygine ... Major is Psychology.

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