Ilima Sam Fong
Ilima  Sam Fong

Hurricane, Utah

High School:

Freshman (2004):Had season-high 49 assists & 18 attempts vs. Tulsa ... had season-best 3 aces vs. Cal Poly ... had season-high 13 digs vs. CS Northridge ... recorded first career block solo vs. Boise State ... Fresno State Invitational all-tournament ... had seven 10+ dig & double-doubles ... averaged 8.93 assists per game ... in the school's freshman record book, ranks No. 4 for assists (545).

Hurricane High School:Four sport letterwinner in volleyball, basketball, softball and track and field ... four-year starter at setter who split time at Pine View High School and Hurricane High ... at Pine View, helped team to a first place regional finish and a fifth place showing at state her freshman year ... at Hurricane, guided team to a regional title and finished third in state her junior year ... helped HHS to a sixth place showing as a senior ... in 2003, named Region MVP as well as being a first team all-state selection ... in track and field, three-time state champion in shot put and two-time in javelin.

Personal:Born March 24, 1986 ... parents are Winston and Wyoma Sam Fong ... the youngest of six children with three older brothers and two older sisters ... hobbies include sports, singing, reading, dancing and playing the piano .... favorite athlete is Logan Tom ... admires her family the most ... played club ball for Ikaika (five-time MVP) and Intermountain Volleyball Association High Performance ... in IVA play, helped High Performance 16-under to a World Tournament title in 2000 ... also competed in the Intermountain Volleyball Association (two-time all-region pick) ... toured Europe and played in Croatia and the Netherlands in 2001 ... Pacific Islander Young Achiever Award ... highly touted prospect that was recruited by Top 25 programs ... in summer 2003, played in Russia for the Utah-Moscow youth games.

SAM FONG'S CAREER STATISTICS Year M G K E TA PCT A SA SE RE DG BS BA TB BE BHE 2004 22 61 54 20 156 .218 545 14 36 0 123 1 12 13 7 17

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