#18 Stephanie Snow, position: OH/MB, height: 6-3, year: senior, hometown: Tempe, AZ, last school: University of Arizona
major: finance
SENIOR - (2010):
BEFORE BYU:
    University of Arizona: Played for the Wildcats for three years under the tutelage of head coach David Rubio ... led the team in hitting percentage, solo blocks, block assists and total blocks in 2008 ... ranked sixth in the Pac-10 for hitting percentage and fourth in the Pac-10 for blocks in 2008 ... played in 93 sets for the Wildcats in 2009 tallying 135 kills on a .320 clip, along with 65 total blocks (.70 blocks per set).
    Club: Played for the Arizona Juniors club under head coach Teri Spann ... qualified for nationals four years in a row ... third-place finish in the national division in 2006.
    High School: Played for Marcos de Niza High School under head coach Scott Miller ... second-team All-Central Region (2004) ... voted teams Most Valuable Player, second-team All-Region (2005) ... voted teams MVP, All-Central Region team, All-City team (2006) ... voted team MVP, All-Central Region team, All-Central MVP, All-City team, All-State team (2007) ... holds the Marcos de Niza High School record for kills in a season ... Prep Volleyball Top 50 Seniors in 2007 ... also lettered in basketball and track.
PERSONAL:
    Parents are Murray and Cheri Snow ... has two brothers and one sister ... loves the book The Count of Monte Cristo, Nat King Cole, and Mexican food ... member of the National Honor Society in high school, along with student council, Wind Ensemble, and marching band ... American Studies major ... is attending BYU because it is the place to be socially, spiritually and academically ... got started in volleyball because she was asked to play for a club team in Phoenix the summer before her freshman year ... recruited by Hawaii, Utah, Utah State, UNLV, Cal, and Arizona
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