Christie Carpenter Athlete Profile

Christie Carpenter

Position: Jumps Height: 6-1 Roster Years: 2007-2010 Hometown: Cedar Hills, UT Last School: Lone Peak High School

Personal

  • Parents are Bryan and Teri Carpenter
  • Member of BYU women's volleyball team
  • Has three brothers and one sister
  • Brother Cory played on the men's volleyball team at BYU in 2004
  • Enjoys running and eating
  • Favorite foods are steak and pizza
  • Recruited by Colorado State, Washington State, Utah State and Oregon State
  • Exercise and wellness major

Before BYU

  • Played for Club Utah under head coach Scott Lee

  • Her Club Utah Elite 17 Black Team won two national qualifiers in 2006
  • Four-year letterwinner at Lone Peak High School under head coach Deanna Meyer
  • Received 5A All-State recognition as a sophomore, junior and senior, including second-team honors in 2005 and first-team recognition as a senior in 2006
  • Named All-Region 4 three times, earning MVP honors as a senior
  • Named the Deseret News All-Valley MVP and to the Deseret News State All-Tournament Team in 2006
  • Helped her team win the state title in 2003 and 2004 and earn second-place finishes in 2005 and 2006
  • Lettered in track as a high jumper
  • Active member of the school sportsmanship council


2007 | Freshman Year

Volleyball Statistics:

  • Played in three matches and 10 games as a true freshman, tallying 16 kills, two aces, 13 digs and four blocks
  • Averaged 1.60 kills and 1.30 digs per game
  • Made her Cougar debut against American in the BYU Molten Classic, playing in two games and recording two kills, two aces and a career-high six digs
  • Made the first start of her career at Weber State, posting a personal-best eight kills, five digs and two blocks
  • Notched five kills, two digs and two blocks in a start vs. Air Force

2009 | Sophomore Year

Volleyball Statistics:

  • Played in 28 of 29 matches and 100 of 110 sets as a sophomore
  • Tallied 217 kills, four sets, 15 service aces, 135 digs, three solo blocks and 48 assisted blocks
  • Had the third-most kills on the team with 217 and second-most kills per set with 2.17
  • Tallied the third-most service aces for the Cougars
  • Had the fifth-most blocks on the team
  • Tallied a career-high 21 kills at Wyoming on Oct. 17
  • Her career-high hitting percentage of .407 was achieved at New Mexico on Nov. 7
  • Had two assists at Utah State, tying her career-high
  • Posted a career-high 13 digs against Colorado State
  • Achieved a career-high seven blocks against then-No. 8 UCLA
  • Tallied three aces in two different games both career-highs

2010 | Junior Year

Indoor:

  • Competed in the high jump at the Mountain States Games, placing tenth with a height of 1.48m
  • High jumped a personal best 1.50m at the Air Force Invite, placing 20th

Outdoor:

  • Did not compete