Women's Volleyball

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Katie Dull

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Solon, Ohio

High School:
Walsh Jesuit

Height:
5-10

Position:
Outside Hitter

Club:
Akron-Canton Elite

Katie Dull

Career: Ranks fourth in kills with 1,621 ... sixth in kills per set at 3.64 ... eighth in solo blocks with 66 ... 18th in assist blocks with 210 ... 15th in total blocks with 276 ... fourth in points with 1,881.0 ... eighth in points per set at 4.23.

2010 (Senior Season): Played in 36 matches with 28 starts...All-Big Ten selection (2nd time)... American Volleyball Coaches Association Mideast Honorable Mention All-Region ...Ohio State Scholar-Athlete ... Academic All-Big Ten...a finalist for the Big Ten Medal of Honor ... Dayton Regional All-Tournament Team...double-figure kills in 27 matches...double-figure digs in 11 matches...11 double-doubles (kills-digs) this season...tied career high of 25 kills at #13 Dayton (NCAA)...named to the Kentucky Classic All-Tournament Team...named the Madison Bingaman Memorial Tournament Most Valuable Player... named to the Kennesaw State Owl Invitational All-Tournament Team and the Ohio State Athlete of the Week (9-21)...ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District second team.

2009 (Junior Season): Ohio State Scholar-Athlete ... Academic All-Big Ten ... All-Big Ten selection ... American Volleyball Coaches Association Midwest All-Region Team ... AVCA Honorable Mention All-American ... started all 35 matches ... career-high 25 kills against Western Michigan ... double-figure kills in her last 33 matches ... career-high four aces at Marquette ... career-high 18 digs at William & Mary ... double-figure digs in 12 matches ... career-high 30 points against Western Michigan ... William & Mary Tribe Invitational Most Valuable Player ... Colorado State Hilton Classic All-Tournament Team ... UW-Milwaukee Panther Invitational All-Tournament Team ... became the 17th Buckeye to record 1,000 kills at Iowa.

2008 (Sophomore Season): Ohio State Scholar-Athlete ... played in 25 matches with 22 starts ... Academic All-Big Ten ... career-high 23 kills against Xavier ... double-figure kills in 19 matches including the last 12 ... season-high .517 (18-3-29) attack percentage against Northwestern ... season-high of 14 digs at Indiana ... double-figure digs in three matches ... career-high three solo blocks at Iowa ... career-high seven assist blocks at Minnesota ... season-high 26 points against Xavier ... in Big Ten Conference statistics, ranked fourth in kills per game at 3.95 and fifth in points per game at 4.51 ... named to the Sports Imports Classic All-Tournament Team.

2007 (Freshman Season): Started in 29 matches ... Ohio State Scholar-Athlete ... season-high 20 kills against Purdue ... career-high three aces against Youngstown State ... season-high 14 digs against Youngstown State ... season-high five assist blocks in both Illinois matches ... season-high six total blocks (1-5) against Illinois ... named the Ohio State Athlete of the Week for her play against Youngstown State ... career-high .583 (8-1-12) hitting percentage against Maine.

USA Volleyball: Selected to the 2007 U.S. Women's Junior National Training Team.

Walsh Jesuit High: Played volleyball and basketball ... three-year volleyball starter for coach Missy Christ ... state runner-up as a junior and senior ... three-time first-team all-district ... two-time first-team All-Ohio as a junior and senior ... Prepvolleyball High School All-American as a junior and senior ... named to the Volleyball Magazine "Fab 50" ... Mizuno/Volleyball Magazine first-team All-American as a senior ... American Volleyball Coaches Association Senior All-American ... Ohio Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior ... played basketball as a freshman and sophomore ... team won the Division II State Championship in 2005 ... four-year Scholar-Athlete and Honor Roll.

Club Team: Played for Akron-Canton Elite (A.C.E.) ... coached by Mike Sweitzer.

Personal: Full name is Katie Elizabeth Dull ... daughter of Patrick Dull and Robin Hansen-Dull ... has one brother, Jacob and one sister, Dana ... enjoys going to movies, hanging out with friends and going to any sporting event ... community activities include being a volunteer at the Light of Hearts Villa Retirement Community working with individuals in the dementia unit ... major is sport & leisure, nutrition ... chose Ohio State because "It just felt right. I came on a visit and fell in love with the environment. Everybody completely supports the University and its athletics, the school spirit is unmatched by any other university in the country."

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