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2013 VOLLEYBALL
Bri Swann
Bri Swann 7
Pos.: OH
Ht.: 5-10
Class: Sr.
Hometown: Xenia, Ohio
Previous School: Beaver Creek
Rosters: 2013-14 Volleyball
2012-13 Volleyball
2011-12 Volleyball
2010-11 Volleyball

* Second Team Capital One Academic All-American (2013)
* Jasper H. Colebank Award Winner (2014)
* First Team All-MEC (2013)
* First Team All-WVIAC (2011, 2012)
* First Team AVCA All-Atlantic Region (2013)
* Second Team Daktronics All-Region (2011, 2012, 2013)
* MEC All-Tournament Team (2013)
* WVIAC All-Tournament Team (2012)
* Five-time Conference Player of the Week honoree

Career At Fairmont State: Became the first Fairmont State volleyball player to earn Academic All-American honors, being named to the second team in 2013 … was also honored by the Fairmont State Athletic Association by being named the female recipient of the 2014 Jasper H. Colebank Award, the award is presented to the male and female senior athlete who, in the course of their college career, did the most to promote the best interest of athletics at Fairmont State … ended her FSU volleyball career in third place in school history with 1,678 kills … also leaves FSU with the 10th most aces in program history with 108.

As A Senior (2013): Second team Capital One Academic All-American … First team All-MEC … First team AVCA All-Atlantic Region … two-time MEC Player of the Week … finished first in the MEC and sixth in the country averaging 4.49 kills per set … had the fourth-highest, single-season total with 548 kills as a senior … also finished second on the team with 393 digs and chipped in 41 total blocks (seven solo) … had double-digit kills in all but three matches and had six performances of 20 or more kills … also had 23 double-double performances with double-digit kills and digs … had 64 kills and 38 digs at the Falcon Fest Tournament to be named the first-ever MEC Player of the Week (9/9) … recorded 19 kills and Point Park (9/10) … had back-to-back double-doubles against Ohio Valley and Slippery Rock at the Shepherd Crossover (9/13) … was named MEC Player of the Week for the second time in three weeks after totaling 70 kills and 68 digs at the MEC/PSAC Crossover in Wheeling (9/23) … drove home 19 kills and 14 digs at Concord (9/28) … followed up that performance with 18 kills at Cal (10/1) … totaled 15 kills and 14 digs at Notre Dame College (10/4) … had 17 kills and 20 digs the next day at Urbana to wrap-up the Ohio road trip (10/5) … accounted for 15 kills and 10 digs vs. Shepherd (10/8) … followed up that performance with 18 kill at home against West Liberty (10/11) … racked up 24 kills and 11 digs in a narrow five-set loss against Wheeling Jesuit (10/15) … tallied 18 kills and 13 digs vs. WV Wesleyan (10/25) … chipped in 23 kills and 18 digs vs. Notre Dame College at Joe Retton Arena (11/2) … closed out the regular season with 22 kills and 12 digs at nationally-ranked Wheeling Jesuit (11/16) … opened up MEC Tournament play with 15 kills and 18 digs in the opening round against Concord (11/21) … had a career-high 27 kills and chipped in 13 digs in the second round vs. Charleston (11/22) … tallied 12 kills in the MEC Tournament Championship against Wheeling Jesuit (11/23) ... named to the MEC All-Tournament Team.

As A Junior (2012): First team All-WVIAC honoree … second team All-Atlantic Region selection … third in the WVIAC in kills per set (3.21) … led the team with 401 kills and second on the team with 381 digs … also fourth on the team in both aces (22) and total blocks (36) … recorded 17 double-doubles and had double-digit kills in 24 of 33 matches … had double-digit digs in 21 matches … 10 kills and 11 digs in the season opener against Urbana (8/31/12) … followed that performance up with 16 kills and 20 digs later in the day against King College (8/31/12) … tallied 17 kills and 15 digs vs. America Int’l (9/7/12) … 12 kills and 18 digs in the conference opener against Davis & Elkins (9/12/12) … 16 kills and 18 digs vs. Kutztown (9/14/12) … 17 kills and 12 digs vs. Slippery Rock (9/15/12) … season-high 26 digs and four service aces at Pitt-Johnstown (9/26/12) … also recorded 11 kills against the Mountain Lions … 18 kills and 12 digs at Point Park (10/1/12) … posted 21 kills and 11 digs in win over Wittenberg (10/6/12) … 22 kills and 11 digs at Notre Dame College (10/13/12) … named WVIAC Player of the Week after leading the Falcons to a 4-0 week (10/15/12) … tallied 15 kills and 11 digs at home vs. Seton Hill (10/31/12) … season-high 24 kills and nine digs in a five-set victory at West Liberty (11/6/12) … 10 kills and nine digs in the quarterfinals of the WVIAC Tournament against Davis & Elkins (11/15/12) … followed it up with 15 kills and nine digs in the WVIAC semifinals vs. Wheeling Jesuit (11/16/12) … named to the WVIAC All-Tournament team.

As A Sophomore (2011): First team All-WVIAC selection … second team Daktronics All-Region honoree … two-time WVIAC Player of the Week (9/19/11 and 10/17/11) … led the WVIAC in kills per set (3.95) … also ranked 29th nationally in that category … finished the year with 506 kills, which ranked as the seventh-most in a season in school history … also led the team in aces (40), was second in digs (329) and third on the team in total blocks (56) … double-digit kills in all but five games … double-doubles (kills/digs) in 13 matches … 15 kills go with 17 digs in win over Pitt-Johnstown (9/3/11) … 15 kills and three aces in win over East Stroudsburg (9/9/11) … tallied 16 kills and served three aces in win over Davis & Elkins (9/14/11) … double-double with 13 kills and 11 digs, along with four aces in win over Ohio Valley (9/16/11) … registered 14 kills and four service aces in four-set victory over Charleston (9/17/11) … 20 kills and just four errors vs. Urbana (9/17/11) … career-best 24 kills vs. Point Park (9/24/11) … 16 kills against both Pitt-Johnstown (9/28/11) and Shepherd (10/5) … 18 kills to go with 14 digs at Urbana (10/8/11) … hammered 19 kills and just one error in win over West Liberty (10/26/11) … 23 kills and 10 digs vs. Rio Grande (10/29/11) … 14 kills against both Charleston (10/31) and Seton Hill (11/2/11) … notched 19 kills and four total blocks in regular season finale vs. Concord … followed that up with 18 kills, 22 digs and four service aces against the Mountain Lions in the first round of the WVIAC Tournament (11/10/11).

As A Freshman (2010): Played in all 30 matches for the Falcons … tallied 223 kills … led the team with 35 aces … third on the team with 296 digs … contributed 33 total blocks on the year … seven games of 10 or more kills … five double-doubles (kills/digs) on the season … six kills and six digs in debut against Edinboro (9/3/10) … eight kills, two aces and seven digs in win over Notre Dame (9/3/10) … eight kills and two aces vs. Chowan (9/4/10) … 11 digs against Point Park (9/4/10) … 16 digs and three total blocks vs. Newberry (9/10/10) … four aces and 10 digs against Millersville (9/11/10) … seven kills to go with 10 digs and two total blocks against Concord (9/17/10) … 11 kill, five aces and six digs in 3-1 win over Davis & Elkins (9/21/10) … 15 digs at WV Wesleyan (9/25/10) … 18 digs and two aces vs. Shippensburg (929/10) … season-high 18 kills to go with 15 digs and two aces vs. WV Wesleyan (9/25/10) … 13 kills and 17 digs in narrow loss to Alderson-Broaddus (10/6/10) … nine kills and nine assists at West Liberty (10/12/10) … 13 digs and two aces vs. Shippensburg (10/14/10) … season-high 19 digs against Shepherd (10/27/10) … 12 kills and 16 digs at IUP (10/29/10) … 11 kills to go with 13 digs in 3-2 win over Pitt-Johnstown (11/6/10) … 15 kills vs. Alderson-Broaddus (11/12/10) at WVIAC Tournament.

Bri Swann’s Career Highs
Kills: 27 vs. Charleston (11/22/13)
Aces: 5 vs. Davis & Elkins (9/21/10)
Digs: 28 vs. Edinboro (9/21/13)
Total Blocks: 4 (twice)

Before Fairmont State: Three-year letterwinner at Beavercreek … 2009 District Player of the Year after helping the Beavers to a district runner-up finish … posted 255 kills, 131 digs and 36 aces as a senior … also named All-Ohio honorable mention and team MVP in her final season … two-time first team all-district and all-conference … led Beavers to conference titles in 2008 and 2009 … club team qualified for Junior Olympics.

Personal: Brianna Swann … born April 25, 1992 … daughter of Pam and Bill Swann … majoring in business.