Forty-eight athletes representing 29 different universities made up the 2013 roster
Competitive match between current Lobos and has-beens/local greats caps spring season
UNM will conclude its spring schedule with a 7 p.m. MT match against former Lobos and local greats on Wednesday, April 17
Fans can take in 18 games on Saturday in Johnson Center South Gym
The three Lobos will be among a record 243 athletes vying for a spot on the Women's National and/or Women's National A2 Team
It was the first day of practice for the 2013 Lobo squad which boasts 6 returning starters and 8 newcomers.
A few photos from Hannah Johnson's experience with the U.S. Women's National Team A2 program.
Seventh Annual Lobo Volleyball Grass Bash held April 20-21
UNM takes on UNLV in the Pit on Oct. 25, 2012
The Lobos hosted in-state rival New Mexico State in their annual Rio Grande Rivalry/Think Pink match.
RS SOPHOMORE (2012): AVCA All-America honorable mention, the youngest Lobo to earn national honors...COBRA Magazine All-National second team...AVCA All-West Region First team...Mountain West Volleyball All-Conference...played all six rotations and was UNM's go-to player, leading the team on offense in nearly every match in 2012...crushed the program's single-season record for points with 599.0...also set the Lobo and Mountain West single-season record for total attempts with 1,351...also set the MW sophomore record for total attempts...her 728 swings in conference matches is also an MW overall and sophomore record...led the Lobos and the MW in kills in overall matches and MW-only matches with 515 (4.19/set) and 260 (4.07/set), respectively...her 515 kills in a single season ranks her second in Lobo history, sets the MW sophomore record and ranks her No. 4 in MW history...in the West region, finished the season ranked No. 4 for points/set (4.87), No. 5 in kills/set (4.19) and 25th in total blocks (1.07/set)...nationally, finished the season ranked 29th for points and 41st for kills...finished with a team-high 131 blocks, which ranks her fifth in program single-season history...had 114 block assists and ranks fourth in Lobo history...also recorded 299 digs, 32 set assists, 17 solo blocks and 10 ace serves...was flawless on serve receive in her 27 attempts...led the team in serving accuracy with a .956 (10 aces-16 errors-362 attempts)...finished tied for first in the MW for most double-doubles with 15...named tournament MVP at both the Sheraton Airport/L.A. Boxing Lobo Classic and the Sheraton Airport/Comcast Lobo Invitational...made the Oklahoma Invitational All-Tournament team...named MW Player of the Week on Sept. 3...earned the team's Cherry and Silver Award (MVP)...selected to in the 2013 U.S. Women's National A2 Program for the second-consecutive season.
RS FRESHMAN (2011): Was a key contributor as a redshirt freshman, finishing third on the team in kills (199) and points (239.0), and second in blocks (64)...played in all 29 matches and in 109 sets...had eight matches in which she recorded double digits in kills...recorded a season-high 12 kills and a season-high eight blocks at home against UC Irvine on Sept. 9...tallied a season-high 15 digs at home against Boise State on Oct. 27...named to the 2011 Comcast/Sheraton Lobo Invitational All-Tournament team...participated in the 2012 U.S. Women's National A2 Program June 26-July 4, 2012 in Columbus, Ohio.
FRESHMAN (2010): Redshirted the 2010 season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport all-state performer in volleyball, basketball, and track & field ... First team volleyball all-state, first team all-district and District 4-4A Co-MVP in 2008...Named 2009 Class 3A-4A South All-Star...Roswell volleyball team won 4A state title in 2006, runner-up in 2007 and semifinalist in 2008...Also all-state basketball player for 2009 state runner-up Coyotes...In 2008, set the 4A state record in long jump - 18' 2.5", earning all-state honors.
PERSONAL: Born July 23 to Laura Riddle...has one sister, Deja...her cousin, Dontrell Moore, played football at UNM from 2002-05...lists White Chicks as her favorite movie and Michael Jordan as her favorite athlete...likes Mexican food...majoring in family studies.
CAREER MATCH HIGHS
Kills: 24, twice, last at Air Force (11/1/12)