Appeared In all 34 matches, including 32 starts...Recorded at least one block in each of SDSU's matches...Contributed 210 kills and a team third-best 129 blocks from the middle...Ranked 10th for blocks per game in conference matches with a 1.29 average...Had a season-high eight blocks (one solo, eight assists) at Air Force on Nov. 16...Experienced best game on October 11th vs. UNLV when she recorded 12 kills for a .526 hitting percentage coupled with four blocks and a dig...Hit double figures in kills five times...Named to third consecutive Mountain West Conference all-academic team...Continued success as a two-sport athlete (track), recording the second best mark on the team for triple jump and the third best mark for long jump.
Played in 28 matches, starting in 20...Hit back-to-back career highs with 10 blocks against Air Force on Sept. 20 and then 10 blocks at New Mexico on Sept. 22...Totaled 133 kills as a sophomore for a .256 hitting percentage...Led the team with 94 total blocks during the season...Ranked seventh in the Mountain West Conference with 1.15 blocks per game against league opponents...Only two-sport athlete at SDSU in 2001, lettering as a jumper for the track team...Named to the Mountain West Conference all-academic team.
Saw action in 17 of San Diego State's matches as a true freshman...Her lone start came in a match against Idaho at the Nike Conference Challenge at Portland State...Had seven kills, five digs and three block assists in that outing, all personal season bests...Hit .375 with four kills against nationally-ranked Arizona early in the year...Season-best .444 hitting percentage vs. Portland State...Season hitting percentage of .276 ranked among team leaders...Named to the Mountain West Conference all-academic team.
Lettered four years in volleyball at Hudson's Bay High School in Vancouver, Wash...Named team MVP and second-team all-league her junior year..Earned four letters in track (triple jump, long jump and 4 X 100-meter relay)..Three-time league champion in triple jump and state champion as a sophomore..State and league champ in long jump as a junior..Won the league championship in the 4 X 100 relay..Lettered twice in basketball..Honor student who received Scholar Athlete Award in 1999
Megan Schauermann was born June 29, 1982, in Vancouver, Wash...Daughter of Craig and Norma Schauermann...Major is child and family development.