1 Lexi Williamson
1 Lexi Williamson
Height: 6-1
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Carlsbad, Calif.
High School: Cathedral Catholic
Position: OH
Major: Business


AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010: Played in 101 sets and averaged 2.66 dpg … served three aces and dug 19 balls vs. UC Riverside (Aug. 28) … hit .294, tallying 22 digs and five kills vs. Delaware (Sept. 19) … racked up four kills at Portland (Oct. 7) … had two service aces and seven digs vs. San Francisco (Oct. 22) … had seven kills, hitting .235, vs. Portland (Nov. 6) … dug 11 balls at No. 18 San Diego (Nov. 11) … collected 10 kills vs. St. Mary’s (Nov. 14) … tallied six kills, 16 digs and three blocks vs. San Francisco (Nov. 19).

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009: Played in four sets and averaged .75 kps and .25 aps ... compiled a .714 hitting percentage and recorded no errors against Sacramento State in championship game of the tournament (Sept. 5) ... Hit .500 at UCSB (Sept. 16) ... Tallied 11 kills and a .522 hitting percentage against Cal Poly (Sept. 18).

AT CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC: A 2009 graduate of Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego, Calif ... coached by Kelly Drobeck ... helped team to 2006, '07, and '08 Western League and San Diego CIF Division 3 championships and CIF State Division 3 championship in 2008 ... in 2008 named San Diego Section CIF Player of the Year, first-team San Diego All-CIF, MVP of state tournament and the Division III San Diego CIF Player of the Year ... member of California Scholarship Federation ... ... played club volleyball with Wave and was coached by Brennan Dean ... team won the silver medal at the JO 2009 18 Open as she was named to the all-tournament team.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Fred and Stephanie Williamson ... has a younger brother and one younger sister: Max and Jaclyn ... enjoys traveling, going to the beach, reading and playing beach volleyball ... studying in the Leavey School of Business.

Why Santa Clara? I chose Santa Clara because this is where I felt most comfortable after visiting many colleges. I wanted to stay in California and play Division I volleyball. The coaches and players were so welcoming, competitive and fun to be around. The campus is beautiful and there's so much to do in the Bay Area. Also, the fact the school is Catholic was a huge factor because I have gone to a Catholic school since kindergarten.