2004--Was a key contributor in her first collegiate season ... moved into UVa's starting lineup and started 18 of 30 matches ... appeared in 73 games overall ... registered 12 kills while hitting .526 and added five blocks in second collegiate match vs. Loyola (9/4) ... had a career-high 13 kills against Wake Forest (10/23) to go along with seven blocks for a career-high 18 points ... recorded a career-best nine blocks against Cincinnati (9/18) and Florida State (11/5) ... also had 11 kills in the match against FSU ... finished with 136 kills and 73 blocks in her first season ... her 73 blocks were second on the team and her 136 kills were fourth.
2003--Was a medical redshirt after suffering an injury in the preseason.
High School--Three-year varsity letterwinner in volleyball and two-year letterwinner in basketball at Sycamore High School ... team captain in both sports as a senior ... a first-team Greater Miami Conference volleyball pick in 2002 after earning second-team honors in 2001 ... also a 2002 second-team All-City selection and an All-State honorable mention pick ... 2002 Senior All-Star selection ... named to the Celina Invitational All-Tournament team ... selected as Sycamore's Outstanding Blocker in 2001 and 2002 ... a 2003 All-Star Team pick in basketball ... garnered Academic Honors all four years and High Honors in 1999 and 2000 ... won school's History Fair in 2002.
Personal--Daughter of Judi and Hal Everett ... born 2/9/85 in Minneapolis, Minn. ... volunteer with HUDDLE (Helping Us Develop Dedication, Leadership, and Excellence) teaching fourth grade students about substance abuse ... enjoys shopping, dancing, basketball and movies ... has a scholarship named after her at Sycamore High School ... majoring in English.
Why Stephanie chose UVa-- "Virginia offered everything I was looking for - a great education, beautiful Grounds, and the opportunity to play volleyball with great coaches and teammates."
Everett's Career Statistics
Williams Eager to Build on Legacy of SuccessGeneral Release10/23/17Carla Williams was introduced Monday as director of athletics Craig Littlepage's successor at UVA. Littlepage is retiring after 16 years as AD.Williams Excited About Opportunity at UVAGeneral Release10/22/17The next athletics director at UVA will be Carla Williams, who's been a student--athlete, coach and an administrator at the University of Georgia.'Hoos Take Step Back in One-Sided LossFootball10/21/17For Virginia, which lost 41-10 to visiting Boston College on Saturday, the next opportunity to become bowl-eligible comes next weekend at Pitt.
Director of News Content
A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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