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#8 Alisha Green
Position: Middle Blocker
Height: 6'2"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Country Club Hills, Ill.
High School: Hillcrest
Experience: 1 Letter
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Alisha Green
Courtesy: Ball State Athletics
Release: 08/09/2008

Photo Album
- - Final Bio & Career Stats in PDF Format
- - 2009 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format
- - 2008 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format
- - 2007 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format (FROM TAMPA)
- - 2006 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format (FROM TAMPA)

AT BALL STATE UNIVERSITY

CAREER NOTES
- - Finished her career tied for 14th in program history with a 2.79 career kills-per-set average, while tying for 18th in BSU annals with double-figure kills in 32 matches.

2009 (Sr.): Earned second letter at Ball State . . . played in 30 of 31 matches, earning 12 starts . . . saw action in 103 of a possible 111 sets . . . led the team with 300 kills and a 2.91 kills-per-set average . . . scored double-figure kills in a team-best 17 matches, including a season-high 19 kills at Central Michigan (Oct. 2) . . . named to the Active Ankle Challenge All-Tournament Team after blasting 36 kills in the three-match event, including 17 kills in a sweep of IPFW (Sept. 4) and 13 kills in a four-set victory over SIU-Edwardsville (Sept. 5) . . . earned Most Valuable Player of the Best Western ISU Classic after posting a team-best 29 kills as BSU swept its way through the tournament . . . hit a season-best .438 versus Chicago State (Sept. 11) on her way to earning the MVP title . . . collected a career-high five solo blocks in BSU's five-set win at Toledo (Oct. 8), while tying BSU career-highs with seven block assists and eight total blocks in a sweep of Central Michigan (Nov. 6) . . . tied a career-high with eight digs in her final career match versus Ohio (Nov. 20) in the quarterfinal round of the 2010 Mid-American Conference Tournament . . . recorded at least one kill in all 30 matches, while adding at least one block in 25.

2008 (Jr.): Participated in the U.S. Women's National Volleyball Team open tryouts (Feb. 22-24, 2008) after joining the Ball State program in January . . . earned first letter at Ball State . . . played in all 33 matches, earning 24 starts . . . saw action in 123 of a possible 127 sets . . . led the team in kills (330) and total blocks (90) . . . smashed double-figure kills in 15 matches, including a Ball State career-high 21 kills at Miami (Oct. 25) . . . added 71 attack attempts in the match versus the RedHawks, which ties as the 14th-most attempts in a match in program history . . . added 18 kills the night before at Bowling Green (Oct. 24) . . . hit a season-best .421 at Buffalo (Oct. 4) . . . recorded at least one kill in all 33 matches, while adding at least one block in 32 contests . . . posted a BSU career-high eight total blocks versus Denver (Sept. 12) . . . tallied three-or-more blocks in 17 matches . . . posted two digs on eight occasions.

UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA

2005-07 (Fr.-So.): Earned two letters at Tampa after redshirting the 2005 season . . . 2007 American Volleyball Coaches Association All-America Third Team . . . 2007 First Team All-Sunshine State Conference . . . 2006 AVCA All-America Honorable Mention . . . 2006 NCAA National All-Tournament Team selection . . . 2006 Second Team All-SSC selection and SSC All-Freshman Team honoree . . . two-time SSC Offensive Player of the Week . . . helped guide the Spartans to the 2006 NCAA Division II National Championship and a trip to the 2007 NCAA Division II Quarterfinals . . . ranked seventh in the nation among all NCAA Division II players with a .395 attack percentage last season . . . tallied 764 kills, 206 total blocks and a .362 attack percentage in her two playing seasons at Tampa . . . smashed double-figure kills in 43 matches over her career, including a career-high 22 kills against Florida Tech (Sept. 15, 2007) . . . the 22 kills tied a school record for kills in a three-game match . . . recorded a career-high nine total blocks on two occasions, while posting five-or-more blocks in 14 career matches.

PREP CAREER
Earned three letters in volleyball at Hillcrest for coach Stacey Lane . . . team captain and Most Valuable Player as a senior . . . three-time all-conference selection . . . named team's Offensive Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior . . . team's Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore . . . also earned one letter in basketball at Hillcrest.

PERSONAL
Major is fashion design . . . born May 5, 1987, in Chicago, Ill. . . . daughter of Willie Green and Daisie Green-Wilkerson . . . has one sister, Audrey, and three brothers, Vincent, Bural Jr. and Russell . . . full name is Alisha Chanel Green.

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