7 Katharina Schoeneck


OH • 5-11
Berlin, Germany

At UWG: Highly touted transfer expected to make an immediate impact in 2004 . . . Possesses great ball-control skills and should give the Braves strong depth and leadership at the outside hitter position.

Bevill State: In 2003, named second team NJCAA All-American, as well as All-Region and All-Region Tournament . . . Team MVP in 2002 and 2003 . . . Saw action in 46 matches as a freshman . . . Named to All-Region XXII team and Region XXII All-Tournament team . . . pasted her name all over the school record book, setting records for kills in a season (501) and service aces in a season (81), totaling the second highest mark for digs in a season (574) . . . Tied school records for kills in a match with 28 and digs in a match with 37 against Southern Union on October 12, 2002.

High School: Prepped at Phillips High for Coach Debbie Grubbs . . . named Class 1A MVP for the champion Lady Bears in 2001.

Personal: Born August 7, 1984 . . . Daughter of Andreas and Sylvia Schoeneck.

Coach Draper on Kathi Schoeneck: “Kathi will bring with her ball-control that we’ve never had at West Georgia before. She is a very consistent player who knows and understands the game of volleyball. She is experienced, poised and will give us a big 1-2 punch with Stephanie Singleton on the outside.”

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