AS A JUNIOR (2004)
Gini Ullery played in all 32 matches after injuring her ACL in 2003...recorded a career high 30 kills in the regular season finale against Syracuse (Nov. 14)...led the team in kills (549) while averaging 4.9 kills per game, which ranked 29th nationally...was second in the Big East in kills per game...was second in digs (281) and third in blocks (54)...recorded 10 or more kills in 29 consecutive matches...tallied 20 or more kills nine times...recorded double digits in kills and digs 14 times...had 21 kills and 11 digs against North Carolina (Sept. 10)...was named to the Colorado Invitational All-Tournament Team...All Big East First Team selection...AVCA Division I All-America honorable mention and AVCA All-Region Northeast team...became the ninth Panther to record 1,000 career kills in a loss to Notre Dame (Nov. 12)...tied her career high of five assists against Colorado (Sept. 9).
AS A REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2003)
Ullery was one of the conference's top players before suffering a season-ending ACL injury in the Panthers' win over Ball State on Sept. 12...had 124 kills in the team's first six matches, including 20 or more in five of those contests...had a career-best 24 kills versus Penn State (Sept. 5)...also posted a career-best 20 digs in a 3-1 win over Duke (Aug. 29)...named Big East Player of the Week on Sept. 8 for her efforts in the Sheraton Zips Invitational.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2002)
Started 21 of the Panthers' 29 matches in 2002, missing eight total contests including the final six because of a foot injury...still finished fourth on the team in kills with 193 and fifth in digs with 175...had 10 double-digit-kill performances, including five straight from Sept. 14-21, and had at least 10 digs in seven matches...had a season-high 18 kills in a win over UMBC on Sept. 21...named to the Coastal Carolina Classic All-Tournament team...recorded five double-doubles...had a career-best five assists in a win over Bowling Green (Sept. 7)...had 40 total blocks (13 solo) in 67 games.
AS A FRESHMAN (2001)
Played in every contest as a freshman for the Panthers and was forced into the starting lineup when injuries depleted the team...responded well by placing second on the team in kills (237) and digs (234)...was also sixth in hitting percentage (.165) and fifth in service aces (19)...her 2.36 digs per game led the team...came on strong in the second half of the season with nine 10+ kills performances in the Panthers' last 12 games...had season-high 21 kills at Duquesne (Oct. 23)...had an impressive outing against Youngstown State on Oct. 16 with 14 kills and just one error in 26 attempts for a .500 hitting percentage...had 10 or more digs in 14 contests, including 17 vs. George Mason on Oct. 21...had six double-doubles for the year, including three consecutive from Oct. 21-26.
Was named the volleyball player of the year by the Modesto Bee as a senior at Tracy High...was named the Tri-Valley Herald and Stockton Record Athlete of the Year...named a three-time team MVP in both basketball and volleyball......selected as the league Most Valuable Player in volleyball and basketball as a senior in 2000...played four years for Club Stockton Volleyball.
Born January 10, 1983...daughter of Gary and Cynthia Ullery...has twin brothers...earned her bachelor's degree in public service and is attending graduate school.
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