Alisha McKee
Alisha  McKee

Goodland, Kan.

High School:


Fresno State Honors
• Two-Time Academic All-WAC
• Three-Time Fresno State Scholar-Athlete
• Three-Time WAC Scholar-Athlete
• Two-Time Dean's List

Fresno State:
2006 (Junior):
Appeared in 27 matches, starting 14 ... played primarily as an outside hitter ... third on the team with 227 kills an average of 2.73 per game ... fifth on the team with 35 blocks ... third on team with 249.5 points

Fresno State:
2005 (Sophomore):
Appeared in 25 matches, starting 21 ... played all the way around for the Bulldogs in 2005 ... second on the team in blocks and block assists ... fourth on the team with 226 kills, an average of 2.57 per game ... led team in kills five times, including hitting a career-high 23 against Louisiana Tech on Oct. 15 ... recorded a team season-high 7.0 blocks against Long Island on Sept. 3 .... named Academic All-WAC.
2004 (Freshman): Appeared in 16 matches ... Had season-best five kills, six block assists & total blocks versus Kentucky ... Recorded first career block solo against Tulsa ... Had one assist versus three teams ... Had season-high four digs against Nevada.

Goodland High School:
Three-sport letterwinner in volleyball, basketball and track and field ... Directed her senior squad to a team state title; lost just one game in five matches played ... Helped GHS to more than 110 wins in her prep career ... Three-time All-North West Kansas League ... Two-time Rocky Mountain All-Region ... Tallied more than 1,000 kills and more than 250 blocks while hitting better than .300 in her prep career ... Two-year state qualifier in shot put.

Born January 26, 1986 ... Parents are Jerry and Linda McKee ... The youngest of four children with an older brother and two older sisters ... Sister Angie played volleyball at Kansas State ... Hobbies include computers, watching movies and talking on the phone ... Favorite athlete is Misty May ... Admires her family the most ... Played club ball for High Performance and Colorado Juniors ... Has been an USA A-2 National Team player ... Listed among the top 250 prep volleyball players by Prep Volleyball ... First Kansas native to ink with the Bulldogs.

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