#15 Nicole Warner, position: middle blocker, height: 6-2, year: sophomore, hometown:  Rigby, ID, last school: Rigby HS, major: exercise science
FRESHMAN - (2009):
  • Named to the Academic All-Mountain West Conference team
  • Played in all 29 matches and 110 sets as a redshirt freshman
  • Tallied 197 kills, five sets, seven service aces, 46 digs, six solo blocks, 128 assisted blocks and a total of 134 blocks on the season
  • Led the team with a .303 overall hitting percentage
  • Led the team in blocking with 134 total blocks
  • Posted 1.22 blocks per set
  • Ranked No. 42 in the country for blocks per set
  • Ranked No. 165 in hitting percentage in the nation
  • Ranked third in the Mountain West Conference for hitting percentage
  • Ranked eighth in the MWC for blocks per set in MWC play with 1.10
  • Posted double-digit kills in four matches and double-digit blocks in one match against UVU
  • Tallied a career-high 12 kills twice on the season against then-No. 23 Kansas State and at Wyoming
  • Hit a career-high .857 against UNLV
  • Posted a career-high one assist in five matches
  • Chalked up a career-high six digs at Wyoming
  • Set a career-high 10 blocks against Utah Valley
  • Tallied a career-high two aces at Utah State
REDSHIRT - (2008):
  • Redshirted the season
BEFORE BYU:
  • Played for the Idaho Falls Juniors under coaches Teresa Anderson and Dave Cousins
  • Hit .543 while averaging 1.3 blocks per game in 2007
  • Qualified for Nationals in 2007 during High Performance at the IVA
  • Two-year letterwinner at Rigby High School in Rigby, Idaho, under head coach Jeff Selditz
  • Named first-team all-state as a senior in 2007 after posting 332 kills and 197 blocks
  • Also received 4A All-Area First Team and High Country All-Conference honors following her senior campaign
  • Helped her team finish second in the district and fourth in the state
  • Earned MVP recognition at the Wood River Invitational
  • Also a two-year letterwinner and all-conference honoree in basketball
  • Participated in the America's Junior Miss pageant, earning third runner-up
  • High honor roll all four years of high school
PERSONAL:
  • Parents are Roger and Kris Warner
  • Has an older sister and two younger brothers
  • Enjoys playing the piano, basketball and reading
  • Favorite foods are Italian and her mom's French toast
  • Began playing volleyball in the eighth grade
  • Also recruited by Colorado State, Utah State, Utah, Wyoming, Eastern Washington, Cal Poly, California, Idaho State and Southern Utah
  • Exercise science major
YEAR MP-GP K E TA PCT A SA SE RE D BS BA TOT BE BHE
2009 29-110 197 58 459 .303 5 7 22 0 46 6 128 134 16 2
2009 29-110 197 58 459 .303 5 7 22 0 46 6 128 134 16 2
  • Kills: 12 (twice)
  • Hitting Percentage: .857 vs. UNLV, 10/29/09
  • Assists: 1 (five times)
  • Aces: 2 at Utah State, 9/1/09
  • Digs: 6 at Wyoming, 10/17/09
  • Blocks: 10 vs. Utah Valley, 10/27/09
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