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|---------ATTACK----------| |--SET---| |----SERVE----| |--DIG---| |------BLOCKING-------| Season G K K/G E TA Pct A A/G SA SE SA/G RE DIG D/G BS BA Total B/G BE BHE ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2005 111 343 3.09 138 860 .238 22 0.20 43 67 0.39 1 87 0.78 16 91 107 0.96 16 3 2004 104 241 2.32 127 667 .171 10 0.10 1 2 0.01 4 51 0.49 12 73 85 0.82 19 1
2005: Named first-team All-RMAC ... Named to the AmeriSuites/Mountain Lion Invitational All-Tournament team after posting 63 kills and a .272 hitting percentage over the four matches ... Played in all 111 games ... Ranked first on the team in aces with 43 ... Ranked first on the team in kills with 343, which moved her up to 8th in most career kills ... Ranked first on the team in blocks with 107 ... Had a career high 23 kills against Cameron on Sept. 1 ... Matched career high 23 kills again vs. Fort Hays on Oct. 16 ... Had a career high five aces vs. Dallas Baptis on Aug. 27 ... Matched career high five aces at Colorado Mines on Oct. 2 ... Hit .533 (9-1-15) vs. Angelo State on Sept. 2 ... Had 13 kills hitting a .440 (13-2-25) against Adams State on Oct. 21.
2004: Played in all 104 games ... Led the Mountain Lions in blocks with 85 ... Was second on the team in solo blocks with 12 ... Recorded 241 kills , hitting .171 ... Had 51 digs and four assists ... Recorded double-digit kills in 11 matches ... Had a career-high 14 kills to go along with a career-high seven digs versus St. Joseph's on Sept 3 ... Hit .476 (12-2-21) at SE Oklahoma State on Aug. 27 ... Had 13 kills, hitting .333, and a service ace at Colorado Christian on Oct 8 ... Hit .500 (9-1-16) at Colorado College on Nov. 16 ... Had a career-high 10 blocks against New Mexico Highlands on Sept 25 ... Had 11 kills, nine blocks and three blocks at Colorado State-Pueblo on Nov. 2 ... Posted seven blocks and four digs against Mesa State on Oct 30.
2003: Redshirted 2003 season.
2002: Played in all but four of the team's 99 games ... Finished second on the team in kills with 187 ... Was second on the team in aces with 25 ... Was also second on the team in blocks with 69 ... Had 11 kills vs. New Mexico Highlands on Sept 10 ... Had seven kills and six blocks vs. Fort Lewis on Sept 21 ...Had 11 kills and five blocks vs. Colorado Christian on Oct 4 ... Tallied 13 kills against Fort Hays on Oct 12 ... Had 10 kills and three blocks at Fort Lewis on Nov 2 ... Had 13 kills and five blocks against Western State on Nov 8.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before UCCS: Named first team All-District and first team All-Montgomery County her senior season at Magnolia High School... Led Magnolia to the regional finals in volleyball in 2001.
Personal: Majoring in Psychology ... Enjoys playing beach volleyball and basketball ... Big fan of country singer George Straight... Relaxes by jogging ... Has four sisters; Mary Ellen, Amibeth, Leslie, and Gloria ... Parents are Jane and Andrew Switzer and Marc Angel ... Born on January 19, 1984.
Stories featuring Kelly Angel
|September 16, 2010||Mountain Lions Overcome 0-2 Deficit, Block their Way to Win Over Fort Lewis||COLORADO SPRINGS - The Mountain Lions fought off five match points in Thursday's third set, and then they rolled all the way back to win their Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opener.|
|October 22, 2007||Akers nabs third RMAC East player of the week award||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs middle blocker Brooke Akers was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference East Division player of the week for volleyball, the conference announced Monday.|
|September 17, 2007||Akers named RMAC East Division player of the week||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs middle blocker Brooke Akers was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference East Division player of the week, the conference announced Monday.The senior from Desert Hot Springs, Calif. average five kills per game, hit .452 and recorded seven blocks (two solo) as UCCS beat #25 Nebraska-Kearney Friday, the first time UCCS has ever beaten the Lopers in 17 attempts. In fact, prior to Friday's match, UCCS had only won four GAMES against Nebraska-Kearney. Akers came back Saturday to hit .583 and average 5.33 kills per game against Chadron State.|
|November 11, 2005||UCCS eliminated from RMAC playoffs||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball teamâ€™s season came to an end Friday as the Mountain Lions were defeated 3-0 (30-22, 20-28, 34-32) by the Metro State Roadrunners in the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs in Kearney, Neb.|
|November 10, 2005||Three Mountain Lions named All-RMAC||UCCS junior middle blocker Kelley Angel was named first-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the RMAC announced Thursday. Teammate Andrea Weedman was named second-team All-RMAC, while Jill Wrenn was honorable mention.|
|November 2, 2005||Another record crowd witnesses loss||Behind 17 kills each by Samantha Connelly and Holly Swanson, the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves grabbed two points in the Steel and Silver Series with a 3-2 (24-30, 30-23, 31-29, 28-30, 15-4) victory over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Wednesday before a UCCS-record 402 fans at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.|
|October 29, 2005||UCCS slips into second||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs slipped into a tie for second place in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conferenceâ€™s Western Division with a 3-0 (30-26, 30-29, 30-22) loss to the Mesa State Mavericks in Grand Junction Saturday.|
|October 28, 2005||Defeat of Western sets up first-place showdown||A week ago, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball players admitted, albeit in a chagrined manner, that they had looked past a tough Adams State team in anticipation of their first-place matchup against New Mexico Highlands the following night. The result was a loss to Adams State.|
|October 22, 2005||UCCS thumps Highlands to remain in first-place tie||COLORADO SPRINGS - The Mountain Lions faced their first true must-win situation of the season Saturday night and passed the test.|
|October 21, 2005||Record crowd disappointed by volleyball loss||A school-record 330 fans went away disappointed as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team was defeated by the Adams State Grizzlies 3-2 (15-30, 30-25, 30-26, 23-30, 15-10) Friday night at the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|October 16, 2005||Win over Fort Hays keeps UCCS atop Western Division||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team went into this weekend's difficult road trip needing a split to retain its spot at the top of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's Western division.The Mountain Lions got what they needed Sunday afternoon with a 3-2 (29-31, 30-27, 32-34, 30-19, 15-7) victory over the Fort Hays State Tigers at Gross Memorial Coliseum in Hays, Kan.|
|October 10, 2005||Angel named west division player of the week||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs junior Kelley Angel was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference West Division Player of the Week, the conference announced Monday.|
|October 8, 2005||Volleyball ends 13-year drought with win over Regis||It was a very bad weekend for monkeys at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.|
|October 7, 2005||Volleyball stuns Metro State||Sometimes, ignorance really is bliss.|
|October 7, 2005||Volleyball moves into first place in RMAC West||Coming off Thursday's emotional win over national powerhouse Metro State, there was a very real concern that the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team might suffer a letdown on Friday against the struggling Colorado Christian Cougars.|
|October 2, 2005||Volleyball can't overcome Mines, bus||Kelley Angel and Diane Sheldon each had 16 kills but the University of Colorado at Colorado was unable to overcome a huge block and a long bus trip in a 3-2 (30-22, 26-30, 30-18, 26-30, 15-12) loss to the Colorado Mines Orediggers Sunday in Golden, Colo.|
|September 23, 2005||Volleyball sets record with win||The Mountain Lion volleyball team set one record Friday night and will shoot to tie another on Saturday.|
|September 16, 2005||Volleyball equals record for consecutive conference wins||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs equaled its school record for consecutive conference wins Friday night with a 3-0 (30-27, 32-30, 30-22) victory over the Fort Lewis Skyhawks.|
|September 9, 2005||Volleyball impressive in winning RMAC opener||The Mountain Lions volleyball team won their third straight match Friday night and did so in convincing fashion.The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs hit a robust .279 to cruise to a 3-0 (30-22, 30-19, 30-24) victory over the Western State Mountaineers at the Lions' Den in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opener for both teams.|
|September 3, 2005||Middle blockers lead UCCS to win||Middle blockers Kelley Angel and Caroline Ottino combined for 36 kills as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs evened its record at the Amerisuites/Mountain Lion Invitational with a 3-1 victory over the St. Mary's Rattlers on Saturday.|
|September 1, 2005||Volleyball dominates stats, loses match||Despite an 83-46 advantage in kills, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was defeated 3-2 (19-30, 30-27, 25-30, 35-33, 15-13) by the Cameron Aggies Thursday night at the Lions' Den.|
|August 27, 2005||UCCS volleyball notches first win||Diane Sheldon had 13 kills to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team to its first victory of the season, a 3-1 (30-25, 26-30, 30-24, 30-28) victory over the Dallas Baptist Patriots Saturday evening at the ASU Concho Classic in San Angelo, Texas.|
|August 26, 2005||Volleyball drops first two matches of season||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' much-anticipated 2005 volleyball season got off to a rocky start Friday as the Mountain Lions dropped their first two matches of the season at the ASU Concho Classic at San Angelo, Texas.|
|August 22, 2005||Volleyball season preview||Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opponents have often referred to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs as "the sleeping giant," confiding in hushed tones that if the Mountain Lions ever get on equal footing in terms of tradition and funding, they'll dominate. While it may be an overstatement to say that the 2005 version of UCCS volleyball is ready to reach giant status just yet, it would certainly be realistic to say that they're at least poised to take a giant leap.|
|November 3, 2004||Mountain Lions stay alive, beat CSU-P||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs beat its biggest rival Tuesday evening in Pueblo. The Mountain Lions won a hard-fought match over the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves 3-1 (24-30, 30-24, 30-28, 32-30).|
|October 30, 2004||Mesa beats up on CU-Colorado Springs 3-0||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs lost a crucial Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference match to the Mesa State Mavericks Saturday evening in the Lions' Den. The Mavericks swept CU-Colorado Springs 3-0 (30-28, 30-24, 30-22).|
|October 24, 2004||Long road trip ends with sixth straight defeat.||A long road trip ended in loss for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Sunday afternoon in Silver City, N.M. The Mountain Lions dropped their sixth consecutive match, this time to Western New Mexico 3-0 (30-28, 30-22, 30-26) in non-conference action.|
|October 16, 2004||UCCS gives No. 1 Kearney all it can handle||Not much changed for the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers after they defeated the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 3-0 (33-31, 30-20, 30-27) Saturday at the Lions' Den.|
|October 9, 2004||Mountain Lions bounce back, beat CCU||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team got back on track Oct. 8 in Lakewood, Colo. One night after having their four-game win streak snapped, the Mountain Lions defeated the Colorado Christian Cougars 3-1 (31-29, 30-21, 34-32, 30-25).|
|October 7, 2004||Metro State tops Mountain Lions||DENVER - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs had hopes of ending 10 years of Metro State domination Thursday night. After the Roadrunners' 3-0 (30-24, 30-23, 30-23) win at the Auraria Events Center, the Mountain Lions must reserve that hope until year 11.|
|October 2, 2004||Mountain Lions sweep Chadron, win fourth in a row vs RMAC||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs picked up its third straight win Saturday afternoon in the Lions' Den. CU-Colorado Springs beat the Chadron State Eagles 3-0 (30-22, 30-26, 31-29).|
|September 25, 2004||Defense leads volleyball to second straight win||Kelley Angel had 10 blocks and Natalie Newberry added 23 digs as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team leaned on its defense to win its second straight match, 3-1 (30-19, 23-30, 30-27, 30-27) over the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls Saturday evening at the Lions' Den.|