Linnlee Hansen

HometownColorado Springs, Colo.
Prev. SchoolPalmer HS


|---------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
2003     108  210  1.94  111  658   .150   27  0.25   38   41  0.35  62  291  2.69  11  63    74  0.69   7   1
2002      79  178  2.25   90  612   .144   23  0.29   19   17  0.24  30  197  2.49   6  32    38  0.48   5   0


2002: Played in 79 games ... Ranked third on the team in digs with 197 ...Her 2.49 digs per game average was second best on the team ... Finished second on the team in kills with 178 ... Was second on the team in hitting percentage, .144 ... Also added 38 blocks, 19 aces, and 23 assists ... Had 13 kills and five digs vs. Tarleton State on Aug 31 ... Had a career-high 20 digs to go along with eight kills against New Mexico Highlands on Sept 10 ... Had 12 kills, 14 digs, and five blocks vs. Fort Lewis on Sept 21 ... Had 15 digs at Mesa State on Sept 28 ... Had a career-high 20 kills, 14 digs, and hit .390 against Western State on Nov 8 ... Finished the season off with 11 kills and 18 digs vs. Mesa State on Nov. 9.

2001: Redshirt

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before CU-Colorado Springs: Transferred from Adams State where she redshirted...Was named to the Gazette All-Area team while at Palmer High School...Member of the National Honor Society.

Personal Notes:

Personal: Plans to major in Psychology... Enjoys snowboarding and water skiing... Also plays soccer and basketball... Has five siblings... Parents are Joe and Diana Sherman.

Stories featuring Linnlee Hansen

November 5, 2003Colorado College beats up on the Mountain Lionshe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (5-22) lost to Colorado College (26-9) in three games at Reid Gymnasium Tuesday night. The Tigers trounced the Mountain Lions 30-27, 30-21, and 30-19.The win gave Colorado College its first sweep in the season-series with the Mountain Lions since 1996. The Tigers beat CU-Colorado Springs in three games in the Lions’ Den back on Sept 17.
November 1, 2003Fort Lewis completes season sweep of Mountain LionsLaurie Dressel had a game-high 15 kills and the Fort Lewis Skyhawks had 10 service aces in completing a season sweep of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions with a 3-0 victory Saturday night at the Lions' Den.
October 19, 2003Mountain Lions show improvement on the roadThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (3-18, 1-11 RMAC) volleyball team lost a pair of games on the road this weekend. The Mountain Lions lost in three games to Chadron State (15-5, 7-5) on Friday and to Colorado Mines (7-12, 3-8) on Saturday.
October 13, 2003Mountain Lions struggle on the roadThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (3-17, 1-11 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) was dominated on the road this weekend by the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers and Fort Hays State Tigers.
October 4, 2003Regis serves Lions a lossA strong service game helped lead the Regis Rangers to a 3-0 victory over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions Saturday at the Lions' Den.
September 13, 2003CU-Colorado Springs knocks off CSU-PuebloThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (3-7, 1-1 RMAC) volleyball team proved that the third time really is a charm by beating Colorado-State Pueblo (2-8, 0-1) Friday in Pueblo.
September 6, 2003Mountain Lions Learn to Play New PositonsFor a second straight weekend, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team won one and lost three games at tournament. At the Quality Inn Thunderwolf Classic in Pueblo, CU-Colorado Springs defeated Abilene Christian and lost to Texas A&M Commerce, Incarnate Word, and Central Oklahoma.
August 18, 2003Volleyball hoping hard work pays offThis summer, while most of us were still nestled soundly asleep in our beds, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team was hard at work.
November 10, 20022002 volleyball season recapThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs knew it would have to rely upon youth for the 2002 volleyball season. It was an inevitable consequence of losing three starters - each an All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference performer — to graduation.But that wasn't the end of it. Two other starters from the 2001 team that went 22-9 and went to the RMAC playoffs missed the season because of physical ailments. A key reserve transferred to another school. Coach Shawn Garus accepted a job with Texas Tech.
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