16 Amanda McHenry
Academic Honors -- Named to the Naval Academy's Commandant's List during the 2003 and '04 spring semesters.
2003 -- Knocked down five or more kills in 18 matches on the season, including a season-best nine kills in back-to-back matches at Hampton (O7) and against Colgate (O10) ... tallied three or more blocks in 11 matches, with a career-high tying six O11 against Bucknell and O31 against Army ... led Navy in blocks per game on both the entire season (0.85) and during the league campaign (1.02) ... her blocks per game averages ranked fifth in the league for the season and third during league matches.
2002 -- Recorded five or more kills in 13 of her 27 matches ... ended the season with 29 kills during the final-four matches of the year (2.23 kpg), while hitting .414 (29-5-58) during that span ... recorded 14 kills and one error in 24 attempts (.541) over the last-two matches of the season against Lafayette (N9) and at American (N15) ... totaled multiple blocks in 11 matches, including three or more eight times ... recorded a career-best six blocks against Lehigh (N8).
2001 -- Totaled 29 blocks and 62 kills in 50 games on the season ... finished with a then career-high nine kills at Howard (O9) ... recorded six kills and one error in 11 attempts (.455) against St. Francis (N13).
High School -- Graduated from Apex High School ... competed in volleyball, basketball and track ... her volleyball team won conference titles during each of her final-three seasons, while the track team won regional and conference titles in 2001 ... named Apex Female Athlete of the Year as a senior.
Personal -- Amanda Nicole McHenry ... born March 24, 1983, in Raleigh, N.C. ... daughter of Brian McHenry and Catherine Kellogg ... information technology (national security affairs) major.