Nov. 29, 2004
Kung, the Bears' libero, played in every game this season for Brown and was named to the All-Ivy Second team for the first time in her career. In her final season with Brown , Kung led the nation seven out of eleven weeks in digs-per-game, finishing in second place with 6.82. Kung also made a mark in Brown's record books, breaking the all-time record for digs in a match, recording 49 against Princeton. She finished the season with 648 digs breaking, the all-time record for most digs in a season. With 1397 digs in her career Kung, now finds her self in second place in most digs in a career at Brown.
Gibbs, had a strong finish for the Bears this season. Gibbs led the team with 359 kills and posted a .242 hitting percentage for the season. In a late season match with Harvard, Gibbs' 29-kill performance gave her a career-high tally for a single-season. She crossed the 300 kill mark for the first time in her career this season.
Brown finished the year with an overall record of 8-17, and a 5-9 mark in the conference.