Fresno State Honors
2005 Transfer Academic All-WAC
2005 Dean's List
2005 Fresno State Scholar Athlete
Fresno State :
2005 (Junior) Team Captain in 2005 ... one of three players to play in every game of every match in 2005 ... led the team in digs with 367 while starting at libero and DS ... averaged a team-high 3.46 digs per game, ranking eighth in the WAC ... 13 service aces was fourth on the team for the season ... led team in digs 10 times ... recorded a career-high 28 digs against North Carolina on Sept. 4, a team-high for a four-game match ... also had 26 digs against Louisiana Tech on Oct. 15 ... 2005 Dean's List honoree.
Golden West College:
Two-time All-Orange Empire conference selection ... ... Two-time conference champions ... Started at libero as a freshman and moved to the outside as a sophomore ... Guided GWC to a 52-1 record and two State championships ... At the 2004 California Community Colleges Women's Volleyball Championships, set a three-game tournament record in digs (30) while totaling 36 kills and a tournament-high 71 digs in four matches of play for the Rustlers ... In the final conference overall stats, finished eighth in kills per game (3.26) and digs per game (4.60) ... In final conference play, only, finished eighth in kills per game (3.50) and 10th in digs per game (4.82) ... In her final season at GWC, played in all 51 games and finished second on the squad in kills (135) , third in digs (199) and fourth in blocks (15) while hitting .174.
Downey High School:
Two-year varsity letterwinner ... Helped DHS to a 35-7 record her final two seasons, including a San Gabriel Valley League championship ... Two-time all-league pick.
Personal: Born August 8, 1985 ... Parents are Dan and Evelyn Selenak ... Has an older brother, Dan, and two younger sisters, Lauren and Morgan ... Hobbies include swimming, reading and watching movies ... Favorite athlete is Logan Tom ... Biggest athletic thrill was winning two state championships at Golden West College ... Second GWC volleyball player to sign with Fresno State.
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