Volleyball

 
15 - Anna Cmaylo
Anna Cmaylo
Height: 6-4
Year: Junior
Hometown: Napa, Calif.
High School: Vintage
Position: MB

AS A REDSHIRT SENIOR IN 2008: Started in all 28 matches for the Broncos ... tallied double-digit kills in 17 of 28 contests ... received AVCA All-Pacific Region team honors ... earned All-WCC first team honors ... was an ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District VIII third team selection ... twice named WCC Player of the Week (Sept. 22 & Oct. 6) ... also named CVU Top Performer on Sept. 22 ... reached 1,000 career kills against Texas State (Sept. 6) ... set the school record for career block assists at 449 ... tied the match-high 21 kills against Utah (Aug. 31), while posting a match high six total blocks ... posted a match-high 17 kills against Texas State (Sept. 6) to reach 1,000 career kills ... nearly posted a triple-double with 14 kills, nine digs and eight total blocks against UCSB (Sept. 11), while tying her career-high two aces ... earned Stanford All-Tournament team honors ... tabbed her first double-double of the season with 12 kills and 10 total blocks, while posting a season-high 64.7 hitting percentage (12-1-17) against then-No. 22 Long Beach State (Sept. 20) ... tallied 12 kills and tied her season-high two solo blocks against then-No. 22 Pepperdine (Oct. 4) ... posted 11 kills and five total blocks against Portland (Oct. 9) ... broke the school record for block assists with her tally of four against then-No. 20 San Diego (Oct. 18) ... posted a match-high six total blocks against San Jose State (Oct. 21) ... dished out a career-high three aces against then-No. 19 Pepperdine (Oct. 30) ... had 12 kills, 8 digs and six blocks against then-No. 16 Kansas State (Dec. 5) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... collected 13 kills and a 36.0 hitting percentage to close out her career against No. 5 Washington in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

AS A SENIOR IN 2007: Redshirted the season due to injury.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2006: Was named AVCA All-America honorable mention, becoming SCU's second two-time All-American, along with Becky Potter '04 ... named to All-WCC First Team for second year in a row ... earned AVCA All-Pacific Region First Team honors ... named team's Offensive MVP ... led WCC with a .405 hitting percentage, which was also eighth-best in the nation ... figure was also the highest single-season hitting percentage in Santa Clara history ... posted double-figure kills in 18 matches, while hitting over .400 in 16 ... also averaged 3.89 kills and 1.12 blocks a game ... started all 28 matches and played in all 97 games, the only Bronco to do so ... was named WCC Player of the Week (Aug. 28) and to the Fresno State Invitational All-Tournament team following the season's first weekend, in which she averaged 4.67 kills a game at a .623 clip and 1.11 blocks a game ... hit .769 (10-for-13, no errors) in a 3-0 sweep of Valparaiso on Sept. 1 ... made 26 kills at a .571 clip and made four blocks to help lead the Broncos to a 3-2, come-from-behind win at San Jose State on Sept. 12 ... was named to the Stanford Invitational All-Tournament team after helping lead SCU to wins over UC Irvine and Georgetown ... posted a career-high 29 kills at Saint Mary's on Sept. 28 ... made a career-high 14 blocks on Sept. 30 at San Francisco ... added 19 kills and hit .630 in a win over Pepperdine on Oct. 7 ... posted 21 kills at a .432 clip in 3-2 win at Loyola Marymount on Nov. 4.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Became Santa Clara's fifth AVCA All-American recipient, picking up third team honors ... participated in 30 matches, compiling 336 kills and 117 total blocks in 103 games ... ended the year with a .356 hitting percentage ... recorded 14 kills at a stellar .765 hitting percentage against Pepperdine (12/9) in the Sweet Sixteen ... selected to the 12-member All-Pacific Region Team ... hit well out of the middle against Sacramento State (12/2) and Stanford (12/3), averaging 3.75 kills per game... named to the All-WCC First Team ... put down 14 kills at a .524 clip against San Francisco (11/19) ... notched a career-high 12 blocks against San Diego (10/15) ... voted Tournament MVP of the Brown Invitational ... garnered a spot on the Hampton Inn-Utah Classic All-Tournament team ... posted a career high 20 kills and 35 attempts against Utah (9/17) ... earned All-Tournament honors at the Bronco Invitational and at the Holiday Inn-Sunset Classic.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Voted Best Offensive Player and Most Improved by teammates ... ranked fifth in the WCC in hitting percentage (.308) and seventh in blocks (1.15 pg) ... started 16 matches and saw action in all 27 contests ... notched four kills in collegiate debut against Sacramento State ... added seven kills, a .357 hitting percentage and six blocks against Arkansas ... posted eight kills against Pacific... recorded zero errors for an .800 hitting percentage ... added five blocks ... posted six blocks against UCLA ... earned first start against Hawaii ... followed with a team-leading 12 kills against Southwest Missouri State for a .562 clip ... added seven blocks against the Bears... added six kills and six blocks against Appalachian State ... followed with 10 kills and a .467 clip the next morning against Arkansas-Little Rock ... added 10 kills and six blocks at San Jose State ... notched 11 kills and a career-high nine blocks against Gonzaga ... added 10 kills and six blocks at San Francisco ... added 11 kills and four blocks against Pepperdine ... recorded 10 kills and five blocks at Gonzaga ... added nine kills and six blocks off the bench against Saint Mary's ... posted 12 kills and five blocks against San Francisco ... netted a career-high 17 kills at Pepperdine ... hit .500 and added five blocks ... closed season with 16 kills against Kansas in the NCAA First Round.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2004 graduate of Vintage High School in Napa, Calif... played under coaches Jim Chermis and Tammy Mansuy ... squad won the Monticello Empire League and San Joaquin Section Championships ... led team to the third round of the NorCal Playoffs ... posted 29 kills vs. Los Gatos ... graduated as Vintage's all-time kills and kill per game leader ... played club for Empire Mizuno... 18s placed sixth at 2003 Davis Festival ... 16s placed fifth at same event in 2002 ... served as French Club president, and was an officer in the Honors Society and European History clubs.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Buzz Cmaylo and Sandra Hewitt ... father played football at Dartmouth ... has four siblings ... double majoring in political science and environmental studies, with a minor in French.

Cmaylo's Career Statistics

 

Year M G K E TA PCT SA BS BA D AS RE BE SE
2004 27 102 239 92 477 .308 1 8 109 37 5 2 10 5
2005 30 103 336 112 629 .356 0 13 104 31 6 0 9 9
2006 28 97 377 103 676 .405 9 17 92 41 10 3 13 18
2008 28 99 295 82 566 .376 25 12 94 95 18 1 15 18
Career 113 401 1,247 389 2,348 .365 35 50 399 204 39 6 47 50

 

Cmaylo's Career Highs

Kills 29 at Saint Mary's, Sept. 28, 2006
Attempts 49 at Saint Mary's, Sept. 28, 2006
Hitting Pct. 1.000 vs. Appalachian State, Sept. 17, 2004
Assists 3 vs. Kansas State, Aug. 26, 2006
Aces 3 at Pepperdine, Oct. 30, 2008
Digs 9 vs. UCSB, Sept. 11, 2008
Block Solos 3 three times, last at San Diego, Oct. 21, 2006
Block Assists 13 at San Francisco, Sept. 30, 2006
Total Blocks 14 at San Francisco, Sept. 30, 2006