A total of 71 Fresno State student-athletes were honored as part of a league-record 623 Mountain West scholar athletes.
The Fresno State volleyball team concluded the 2012 season with its annual end of the year banquet. The coaches honored various student-athletes with program awards.
43 Fresno State student-athletes earned 2012 Fall Academic All-Mountain West honors.
The Fresno State volleyball team will honor two seniors as they play in their final conference game on Friday, Nov. 23.
Senior Barbara Alcantara recorded her ninth double-double of the year in her final match as a Bulldog.
Three members of the Bulldog volleyball team blazed through the Fresno Grass Volleyball Association's Inferno Tournament this past weekend as undefeated champions.
The 2010 Fresno State Volleyball Team took their individual portraits this week.
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Last updated: Jan. 7, 2013
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE: Agraz is pronounced "Uh-grauz"
Fresno State Accolades
2012 (SENIOR): Appeared in 71 sets and 27 matches as libero or defensive specialist ... recorded 14 assists (0.2 aps) and 10 aces (0.14 saps) ... in her first start at libero, she tallied a career best 20 digs ... on senior night, she collected a new career-high of 21 digs ... had a total of 143 digs on the season (2.0 dps).
2011 (JUNIOR): Honored by the College Sports Information Directors of America as the program's first Academic All-American ... appeared in 105 sets and all 29 matches with 21 starts as a junior outside hitter or defensive specialist... led the team with 33 aces (0.31 aces/set) and recorded 120 kills (1.1 kps) and 194 digs (1.9 dps) ... delivered three double-digit kill efforts and five double-digit dig marks ... posted single-game career-bests with 13 kills at UNLV (9/16/11), 19 digs vs. Hawai'i (10/27/11), three assists at Idaho (10/15/11), and twice notched four aces and 17.0 points.
2010 (SOPHOMORE): Became the program's first Academic All-District honoree as a second-team selection ... appeared in 96 sets and all 28 matches as a sophomore outside hitter ... led the team with 21 aces and recorded 75 kills, 10 assists, 71 digs, and 41 blocks on the year... posted a season-high nine kills in five-set win at Cal State Bakersfield (10/20/10) ... delivered a season-best .400 hitting percentage at Utah State (9/30/10) ... notched a season-high eight digs versus Boise State (10/25/10).
2009 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in 14 matches as a freshman, starting in seven ... recorded 25 kills, four assists, four service aces and 61 blocks on the year ... posted a season-high eight kills and a .207 hitting percentage at Boise State (10/1/09) ... smashed seven kills with a season-high 40 attempts and season-high 3.0 blocks and 9.5 points at Idaho (10/3/09) ... posted 10 digs in two separate matches ... served a season-best two aces versus Utah State (10/8/09).
HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner in volleyball ... co-captain her senior year ... WYL League Champions her junior and senior seasons ... Valley Division III Champions her junior year ... WYL first-team selection in 2007 and 2008 ... two-time MVP at HHS in 2007 and 2008 ... named to the Molten Improvement first-team by prepvolleyball.com in 2007 ... named one of the top 150 seniors by prepvolleyball.com in 2008 ... second team Under Armour High School All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Association in 2008 ... a Fresno Bee first team selection in 2007 and 2008 ... the 2009 Hanford High School Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... the 2009 HHS class Salutatorian.
PERSONAL: Born January 29, 1991 ... parents are Agustin and Rocio Agraz ... has one sister Diana ... lists hobbies as acting, playing piano and arts and crafts ... lists her favorite athlete as Misty May-Treanor because she is a fighter, very intense, is always focused and is an all-around amazing player ... lists her biggest athletic thrill as winning the Division III Valley Championship her junior year at Hanford High ... admires her family the most ... was also recruited by Gonzaga, San Francisco, West Point, Colorado State, Loyola Marymount and Portland ... chose to attend Fresno State because it's close to home, the support the athletic program gets, the team and the Smittcamp Family honors program.
AGRAZ'S CAREER HIGHS