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Individual - Game
8   DeMya Walker vs. Florida St., 1-2-98


Individual - Season
BL    Player                       G
95    DeMya Walker (1998)         29
84    DeMya Walker (1997)         31
83    DeMya Walker (1999)         29
68    DeMya Walker (1996)         33
63    Jocelyn Logan-Friend (2005) 32
56    Chrissy Reese (1980)        31
49    Heather Burge (1993)        32
46    Schuye LaRue (2000)         33
45    Jeffra Gausepohl (1995)     32
45    Tonya Cardoza (1988)        31

Freshman:  68  DeMya Walker (1996)    33
Sophomore: 84  DeMya Walker (1997)    31
Junior:    95  DeMya Walker (1998)    29
Senior:    83  DeMya Walker (1998)    29

Blocks    Player                G
330    DeMya Walker (1996-99)         122
152    Heather Burge (1990-93)        135
139    Jocelyn Logan-Friend (2002-05) 111
123    Monick Foote (1995-99)         109
110    Tonya Cardoza (1987-91)        121
108    Heidi Burge (1990-93)          134
 99    Chrissy Reese (1980-83)        105
 96    Laurie Carter (1984-88)        119
 86    Schuye LaRue (1999-01)          66
 77    Jeffra Gausepohl (1993-96)     116

Team - Game
 15    vs. Georgia Tech, 1-20-96

Team - Season
169    1997


 

 

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