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Haley  Kole


Tallahassee, Fla.

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Virginia Volleyball Preseason Blog

Daily account from student-athletes in preseason


Virginia Has 314 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

Conference has record 4,143 student-athletes recognized


Virginia Volleyball Spring Blog

Catch up with the Cavaliers throughout the spring


Virginia Uses Efficient Offense to Sweep Boston College, 3-0

Cavaliers play at Syracuse Friday to conclude regular season


Cavaliers Fall to Pitt, 3-1, on Senior Day

Bausback ties career high with nine blocks


Volleyball vs. Notre Dame (by Matt Riley)

Volleyball vs. Notre Dame (by Matt Riley)


Volleyball vs. Louisville (by Kelsey Grant)

Volleyball vs. Louisville (by Kelsey Grant)


Volleyball vs. Appalachian State (by Matt Riley)

Volleyball vs. Appalachian State (by Matt Riley)


Volleyball vs. VCU (by Matt Riley)

Volleyball vs. VCU (by Matt Riley)


Volleyball vs. UNC (by Matt Riley)

Volleyball vs. UNC (by Matt Riley)

• Appeared in and started all 31 matches
• Became the 18th player in UVA history to reach 1,000 kills
• Led UVA with 348 kills (3.00 per set)
• Tallied 231 digs, 57 blocks and 20 service aces
• Notched double figure kills in a team-high 22 matches
• Finished with five double-doubles
• Had a career-high six blocks against Pittsburgh (10/2)
• Recorded a career-high 14 digs against Syracuse (10/18)
• Had a career-best three service aces against UMBC (9/18) and Boston College (10/16)
• Finished with a season-high 18 kills against Clemson (11/13) and Virginia Tech (11/28)
• Named to the ACC All-Academic Team

• Played in 28 matches with nine starts
• Earned 261 kills (2.66 kps) and a .241 hitting percentage
• Matched her career-high with 23 kills against NC State on Oct. 24
• Hit .478 with 11 kills and no errors against Boston College on Nov. 26
• Earned double-digit kills in 15 matches
• Tallied 24 blocks and 63 digs
• Recognized on ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Named to the ACC All-Freshman Team
• Recognized on All-ACC Academic Team
• Played in all 32 matches
• Recorded 430 kills (3.39) kills per set, second-most on the team
• Her 430 kills rank as the second-highest tally in UVa freshman history and 10th-most in UVa single-season history
• Her 3.39 kills per set ranked as the fifth-highest mark on UVa's freshman list and was eighth in the ACC
• Recorded double-digit kills in 27 matches
• Her 1,149 attack attempts rank second and her hitting percentage (.239) ranks eighth in UVa freshman history
• Hit a season-high 23 kills at Virginia Tech on Oct. 23
• Also notched 89 digs and 55 blocks
• Named ACC Freshman of the Week twice (Sept. 29 and Nov. 9)

• Named to the Pepperdine Invitational and Cavalier Classic all-tournament teams
• Recognized on the ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Ranked No. 46 on's 2013 Senior Aces List
• A 2012 Under Armour High School All-American honorable mention
• Earned highest honorable mention honors from in 2012
• A 2011 High School All-American
• 2011 Finalist for Florida Gatorade Player of the Year
• Three-time All-Big Bend Volleyball Player of the Year
• Four-time All-Big Bend First Team member
• Two-time captain for Maclay
• Member of the National Honor Society
• Graduated Cum Laude with High Honors from Maclay
• Member of the Spanish Honor Society
• Listed on High Honor Roll all four years

• Daughter of Maureen Proctor and James Kole
• Has two sisters, Kristin and Siena and one brother, Jackson
• Mother, Maureen, played volleyball for St. Petersburg Junior College and the University of Central Florida



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