14 - Moira Gallagher
Moira Gallagher
Height: 5-9
Year: Junior
Hometown: Tulsa, OK
High School: Bishop Kelly
Position: OH

2007: Played in 17 games over 11 matches...Had 28 kills on the season...Had a season and career-high 16 kills along with 7 digs at Princeton (10/13).

2006: Played in 16 games over seven matches, earning one start ... Had second-highest hitting percentage on the team at .234 ... Stepped into an injury-depleted lineup against Columbia (10/27) and set a career high with 16 kills, also putting up a .333 hitting percentage (16-4-36).

Before Brown: A three-year starter at Bishop Kelley, Gallagher was also a member of the track team for four years ... A co-captain on the volleyball team as a senior, Gallagher was named to five different All-Tournament teams during the season ... Earned Metro Volleyball Player of the Year honors in 2005 along with Tulsa Volleyball Player of the Week (Tulsa World) once during the season, and Green Country Academic Athlete of the Month (High School Sports Magazine) once during the season ... Recipient of Female Athlete of the Year Scholarship ... Named to five different All-Tournament teams as a junior ... Earned Bishop Kelley Co-Offensive Player of the Year honors in 2004 ... Named to six All-Tournament teams as sophomore in 2003, earning Bishop Kelley Rookie of the Year honors ... Played club volleyball for Team Tulsa ... Also participated in several Junior Olympic events ... member of National Honor Society and A Honor Roll.

Personal: Moira H. Gallagher is the daughter of James and Yiren Gallagher of Tulsa, Okla. ... Undecided on a concentration.


GPKE TAPCT.AACEDIGBSBA
200616321094.234101002
2007172819122.074101302
Totals336029216.144202304

Gallagher's Career Highs

Attempts: 38 at Princeton (10/13/07)
Kills: 16, twice, most recently at Princeton (10/13/07)
Hitting % (min. 5k): .333 (16-4-36) at Columbia (10/27/06)
Assists: 1, twice, most recently at Albany (9/15/07)
Digs: 7 at Princeton (10/13/07)
Block Assists: 1, four times, most recently vs. Northeastern (9/14/07)
Total Blocks: 1, four times, most recently vs. Northeastern (9/14/07)