UNLV volleyball head coach Cindy Fredrick was named the Mountain West Coach of the Year.
UNLV volleyball defeated San Diego State Tuesday evening to close out the 2014 regular season with 26 victories.
UNLV volleyball got double-doubles from Kincade, Patterson and Glenn in four-set loss to Boise State.
UNLV volleyball's win at Utah State was the 500th career triumph for Cindy Fredrick.
UNLV volleyball ties program bests in overall and single-season victories with help of Saturday's sweep.
High School: A 2014 graduate of Northwest Christian High School in Phoenix, Ariz. ... Lettered four years in volleyball ... Helped the Crusaders to three state championships - Division IV in 2011 and '13 and Div. 2A in 2010 - and a runner-up finish in Div. IV in 2012 ... The team owned a 77% winning percentage (122-37) behind four straight seasons of at least 25 wins ... In league play, the team only lost once in 36 contests ... Named to the Arizona Republic's Volleyball First Team twice (2011 and '12) and Honorable Mention Team once (2010) ... Selected to the 2011 and '12 Arizona Interscholastic Association's All-Division First Team and All-Section Team at two different positions ... Tabbed the AIA Section Player of the Year in both 2011 and '12 ... Chosen the player of the match 11 times and earned the player of the week award once over junior and senior seasons ... As a junior, named a Max Preps All-Divisions Underclassman All-American and Medium School All-American ... As a senior, voted the West Valley Prep's Girls Athlete of the Year ... Participated with the USA High Performance A-2 Teams and the Junior Beach and High Performance at camps and tournaments ... Member of the Junior National Honor Society.
Personal: Born on April 30, 1996, in Glendale, Ariz. ... Daughter of Douglas and RoseAnn Patterson ... Has two brothers, Nicholas and Johnny, and one sister, Kaitlyn ... Father, Douglas, played baseball at Grand Canyon University ... Cousin, Kristin Vesely, played softball and volleyball at the University of Oklahoma ... Majoring in kinesiology.