11 Ceneca Calvert
Height: 5-9
Year: Junior
Hometown: Irvine, California
High School: Irvine
Position: Outside Hitter
2000: Calvert played in 23 of 24 matches and saw action in 81 games ... Posted 170 kills on the season and led the team with 2.95 digs per game, ninth in the Ivy League ... Had 23 total blocks (four solo) and served up eight aces ... Had nine double-digit kill outings and 12 double-digit dig outings, including two with 20+ digs ... Also notched seven double-doubles on the season, including a stretch of three straight as Brown went 2-1 in those three matches ... Notched new a career-high 62 attack attempts twice as a sophomore and had a career-high 21 kills as Brown was the only Ivy League school to defeat Northeastern in 2000 with a 3-2 victory ... Posted a career-high seven block assists and total blocks against Siena in the season opening Tournament at Stony Brook ... 1999: Spent most of the season as the heir apparent to Kathryn Rice '00, making the most of the opportunity to improve her explosive jump, and working on ball control ... Saw action in 65 games, posting double-digit kills on five occasions ... Her top all-around performance was at Cornell, when Calvert hammered 18 kills on 47 attempts with just two errors for a .340 average ... Also picked up 13 digs and five blocks, while notching two service aces in the match ... That began a stretch of three games where she would have 11 or more kills and 13 or more digs ... Had a career high 29 digs against Providence ... Killed eight of 17 attempts (.471) against Columbia, and tallied five aces, in the opening round of the Ivy League Championship ... Before Brown: Calvert was a one-time Irvine World News Athlete of the Week ... National English Merit Award winner ... A two-time all-city choice ... Earned second team All-Sea View League as a junior, and first team honors as a senior ... A team captain, she also earned Best Defensive Player and Best Ball Control honors for her Irvine High team ... Named a scholar athlete, and the 1999 Spur Award winner for integrity, trust, collaboration, empowerment and learning ... 1999 National Student-Athlete Day award for academics, athletics and community service ... Also a lifetime member of the California Scholastic Federation ... Personal: Played for Orange County Volleyball club team ... Concentrating in English and Classics.