22 Stephanie Singleton
OH • 5-9
James W. Martin
At UWG: Returnee coming back for her third season as a Brave . . . Top game of 2003 came on Oct. 22 in a win against Valdosta State. In the evening, she had 21 kills with a .581 hitting percentage . . . On track to hold records in four offensive categories (kills, service aces, digs and total attacks) at the end of her four years at West Georgia . . . Led the squad last season with 412 kills and 60 service aces . . . Was second on the team with 323 digs in 2003 . . . Also had 54 blocks last season . . . As a freshman, Singleton had 383 kills and 58 service aces . . . She also led the team digs in 2002 with 368.
High School: Prepped in Coach Joni McCoys’ program at James W. Martin High . . . selected to First Team All District . . . awarded Martin High Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year . . .nominated as Team Captain . . . Recorded 222 kills, 294 digs, 25 solo blocks, 100 block assists, and 22 aces as a senior.
Personal: Born February 22, 1984 . . . daughter of Ben and Cherie Singleton . . . hobbies include shopping, working out, and hanging with friends . . . favorite food is pizza . . . other favorites are, TV show: Real World; favorite non-volleyball sport: football . . . sports hero is Tour de France Champion, Lance Armstrong…would love to meet Julia Roberts.
Coach Draper on Stephanie Singleton: I cant say much more than shes an awesome player. She continues to improve every year and expands her game on a daily basis. She has really improved in the areas of passing and ball-control. I expect to see great things from her in her junior year.