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    Carrie Hartt
    Carrie Hartt

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Manteca, Calif.

    High School:
    East Union

    Height:
    6-2

    Position:
    Middle Blocker

    Major:
    Criminology

    2002 (Junior)

  • Made first collegiate start vs. Furman
  • Hit at or above .300 (13 times), .400 (6 times) & .500 (3 times)
  • Had career-high .577 (17-2-26) hit pct. vs. Denver
  • Had career-best 20 kills vs. Boise State
  • Had career-high 3 assists vs. Montana State
  • Had career-best 6 digs vs. four teams (most recent vs. Tulsa)
  • Had career-high 4 aces vs. East Carolina & Radford
  • Had career-high 12 blocks vs. San Jose State
  • First career double-double vs. UNLV (17 kills, 11 blocks)
  • Second career double-double vs. San Jose State (16 kills, 12 blocks)
  • Third career double-double vs. Nevada (14 kills, 11 blocks)
  • Totaled 103 blocks in last 19 matches & averaged 5.42 blocks per match & 1.51 blocks per game (68 games)
  • Nationally-ranked in blocks per game (1.39) for 1 week (Nov. 24)
  • MVP at Pioneer Classic
  • Pioneer Classic & Fresno State Invite all-tournament
    2001 (Sophomore)
  • Had career-high 14 kills and 34 attempts vs. Rice
  • Hit career-best .471 (11-3-17) vs. Northern Arizona
  • Hit .571 (9-1-14) vs. Boise State with two digs and five blocks
  • Career-high four block assists vs. Boise State & Northern Arizona
  • Career-high four digs vs. San Jose State
  • Career-high three block solos & six total blocks vs. Florida State
  • Played in 16 matches
  • Had two double-figure kill matches
  • Off the bench, averaged 1.71 kills per game & 0.88 blocks per game

    2000 (Freshman)

  • Season-high eight kills vs. Southeast Missouri State
  • Recorded first collegiate kill, dig and block vs. CS Fullerton
  • Appeared in 10 matches
  • Averaged at least two blocks in five matches
  • Fresno State Scholar-Athlete
  • Fall Dean's List

    East Union High School
  • Four year varsity starter at middle, also saw time on the outside
  • Helped prep team to a 55-9 record in her four years
  • Four-time team MVP
  • Three-time All-Valley Oak League
  • Two-time all-district (Modesto Bee and Stockton Record)
  • Selected to Modesto Bee?s "Fab Five" in 1999
  • Named one of the top three middle blockers in the district
  • Athlete of the Week pick by Tri-Valley Herald and Manteca Bulletin
  • Averaged 16 kills and eight blocks per game her junior year
  • Averaged 18 kills and 12 blocks per game her senior season
  • Participated in track and field her senior year and competed in the high jump and discus
  • Jumped 4-9 in the high jump and threw 85 feet in the discus
  • Who?s Who Among American High School Students

    Personal
  • Born July 30, 1982
  • Parents are Marty and Patti Hartt
  • Has a younger brother, Greg
  • Aunt Carolyn Becker, was a U.S. national volleyball team member for 10 years & played on the 1984 Olympic Team
  • Played club ball with the Delta Valley Volleyball Club
  • Guided Delta Valley Volleyball Club to a Junior Olympic 18-Under national title in summer of 2000
  • Helped that same club team to a Northern California championship title in 1999
  • Participated in the Junior Olympics six times
  • Hobbies music, dancing, shopping and watching San Jose Sharks hockey games

    Fresno State Honors
  • 2003 Preseason All-WAC
  • 2002 First Team All-WAC
  • 2002 WAC VB Championship All-Tournament
  • 2000 Deans List
  • Three-time Fresno State Scholar-Athlete

    Fresno State Recordbook

  • Ranks No. 2 for block assists in a season (118, 2002)
  • Ranks No. T3 for blocks per game in a season (1.36, 2002)
  • Ranks No. 5 for blocks in a season (141, 2002)

    Hartt?s Career Statistics
    Year   M   G   K   E   TA   PCT   A   SA   SE   RE   DG   BS   BA   TB   BE   BHE
    2000  10  23  29  19   87  .115   3    0    4    2    7    3   11   14    3    0
    2001  16  41  70  34  190  .189   7    2    2    0    9   12   24   36    6    1
    2002  30 104 349 135  851  .251  16   27   38    2   83   23  118  141   15    4
    Total 56 168 448 188 1128  .230  26   29   44    4   99   38  153  191   24    5
    
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