AS A JUNIOR (2007)
Kelly Campbell played in 105 games last season and was second on the team in kills (386) and attacks (1026)...averaged 3.68 kills and 2.51 digs per game...posted double-doubles against Wake Forest (19 kills/15 digs), Miami (15 kills/13 digs), Duquesne (15 kills/11 digs), George Mason (18 kills/16 digs), UAB (21 kills/18 digs), DePaul (12 kills, 11 digs), St. John's (16 kills, 10 digs), Villanova (10 kills, 11 digs), Georgetown (12 kills, 17 digs), Robert Morris (10 kills/12 digs), Marquette (18 kills/11 digs) and Syracuse (16 kills/10 digs)...tallied a season-high three block assists against Miami...named to the All-Arkansas Clarion Inn Invitational and All-Pitt Invitational teams...posted career-high numbers in kills (30) and attempts (66) vs. Notre Dame...tallied a season-high .370 hitting percentage in the DePaul match, off 12 kills in 27 attempts....named Big East Player of the Week on Sept. 24 for her play against Notre Dame and DePaul...chipped in her seventh double-double of the season against No. 19 St. John's... recorded back-to-back 10-dig games against St. John's and UConn...recorded three block assists in matches against Seton Hall and South Florida...tied a career-high with five blocks in the RMU match...tallied back-to-back double-doubles against Marquette and Syracuse...a Big East Academic All-Star.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2006)
Campbell moved into a starting position for the Panthers towards the end of the season, matching or breaking career highs in nearly every category...recorded eight kills and six digs against SE Missouri State (Aug. 25)...had one kill and a career-high three assists against No. 12 Tennessee (Sept. 8)...recorded eight digs against Lehigh (Sept. 9)...earned her first career service ace against Marshall (Sept. 9)...had two kills and an assist against No. 24 Arizona (Sept. 15)...recorded 12 digs, two assists and two block assists against Northwestern (Sept. 15)...best match of the season was against Cincinnati (Nov. 3) when she had a double-double with 15 kills and 15 digs along with five blocks...had a double-double with 10 kills and 10 digs in addition to putting up three blocks in the Big East Tournament against Marquette (Nov. 17).
AS A FRESHMAN/PACIFIC (2005)
Campbell completed her freshman campaign with 37 kills, nine digs and five blocks at Pacific...played in 22 games of her rookie season, ranking fifth for the Tigers with a .182 hitting percentage...earned her first start for the Tigers and recorded season-bests in kills (15), swings (33), digs (five), block assists (two) and total blocks (three) in the team's 3-1 win over Fresno State (Sept. 14)...had seven kills, 15 attacks, two digs and her first collegiate block in the Tigers' 3-0 loss to Pepperdine (Sept. 11)...earned two kills in two attacks in the Tigers' 3-0 victories over Bradley (Sept. 2) and North Dakota State (Aug. 27)...had one assist and one solo block in matchups against San Francisco (Sept. 17) and Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 23), respectively.
Campbell finished her high school career with 877 kills and the Ohio record for most aces in a single match (16)...2004 USA Junior National A-2 team member...First team All-Ohio...Cardinal Conference Player of the Year in 2003 and 2004...District Player of the Year in 2003 and 2004.
Born May 20, 1987...daughter of Brad and Laura Johnson...has one sister...a liberal studies major.
Kills:30 (vs. Notre Dame, 9-22-07)
Attempts:66 (vs. Notre Dame, 9-22-07)
Digs:18 (vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 9-07-07)
Assists: 5 (vs. Rutgers, 11-11-07)
Service Aces:4 (vs. Buffalo, 9-08-07)
Solo Blocks:3 (vs. UConn, 9-30-07)
Block Assists: 5 (vs. Cincinnati, 11-3-06)
Total Blocks: 5 (vs. Cincinnati, 11-3-06; vs. Robert Morris, 10-16-07)
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