Jenna Potts and Kadi Kullerkann join the likes of Kate Yeazel and Kiesha Leggs in playing professionally overseas
Leggs is the third Panther in the last three season to garner All-America accolades.
This marks another first for Leggs.
The Panthers recorded 13 blocks and five aces in the match.
Jessica Wynn earned a double-double in the loss.
AS A SENIOR (2011)
Garnered AVCA All-America Honorable Mention and AVCA All-Northeast Region accolades...also selected to the All-Big East First Team...one of three team captains..appeared in 33 matches with 31 starts...named Player of the Week honors on Oct. 24...mentioned on the Big East Weekly Honor Roll four times...became just the fifth Panther in the last 15 seasons to tally more than 400 kills and 100 blocks in a single-season...led the team in kills (435), hitting percentage (.311), blocks (142) and points (525.5)...ranked among the league's top-five in kills, blocks and points...also placed sixth in hitting percentage... tied Jessica Moses (2007) for sixth overall on the single-season block assists list with 117 this year...posted double figures in kills 25 times...notched 20 kills or more in six contests...tallied a career and match-high 24 kills to hand Louisville its lone regular-season conference loss on Oct. 23...registered her first double-double of the year with 12 blocks and 11 kills against the Cardinals in the Big East Championship quarterfinal match on Nov. 18...put down 22 kills on 34 swings against Ohio...recorded 10 kills against then No. 2 Penn State...registered five matches with a hitting percentage above .500, including 20 kills on 28 swings for a .571 clip against Georgetown...made nine stuffs and posted 20 kills in a five-set victory over St. John's...rejected eight attempts in the separate matches...collected three solo blocks against both St. John's and TCU...posted 17 kills and eight blocks in her final career match versus San Diego State on Nov. 26.
AS A JUNIOR (2010)
Earned the start as a middle blocker in all 23 matches she played in...led the team with a 0.93 block per set average...second on team in solo blocks (12), assisted blocks (65) and total blocks (77) ...third on the squad in kills with 172 on the year...carried a 2.02 kill per set average...tallied a career high with 14 kills against both Bowling Green (Sept. 17) and USF (Oct. 9)...added a season-high eight block assists and 34 swings against the Bulls...recorded eight blocks against both Seton Hall (Oct. 3) and USF.
AT SAN JOAQUIN DELTA COLLEGE
Played for Michaela Reyes...earned CCCAA All-Nor-Cal team honors in 2008 and 2009...tallied a team high in kills and blocks during the 2009 season...named MVP of her 2009 team...a member of the basketball team at Delta where she captured Big Eight Honorable Mention and all-conference honors.
A two-time all-league honoree...named the 2006 Offensive Player of the Year...lettered in basketball as well.
Born on April 26, 1990...daughter of Brad and Phyllis Leggs...has three siblings, Tyree, Jamila, and Geneva...majors in natural sciences.
Leggs' Career Highs
at Louisville (10-23-11)
at West Virginia (10-15-11)
vs. Seton Hall (9-23-11)
Four times, last was at Villanova (10-02-11)
Service Aces: 2
Twice, last was at Robert Morris (10-12-11)
Solo Blocks: 4
at Seton Hall (10-3-10)
Block Assists: 11
vs. Louisville (11-18-11)
Total Blocks: 12
vs. Louisville (11-18-11)
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