UNLV volleyball rallies for a 3-1 win against San Diego State behind Glenn, Falemaka double-doubles on Saturday.
UNLV: Career leader in matches played, games played, hitting percentage, total blocks and assisted blocks ...
1998: Named WAC Mountain Division Player of the Week on Nov. 22 ... selected all-tournament at Carolina Classic ... set UNLV season record for hitting percentage at .358 and assisted blocks with 126 ... recorded six double-doubles in kills and digs ... led the team and tied for third in the WAC in hitting efficiency with a percentage of .358 ... led the team and tied for 13th in the WAC in blocks per game with 1.17 ... appeared in all 31 matches and 115 games ... recorded 2.82 kills per game and 1.91 digs per game ... was second on the team in service aces per game with 0.28 ... had double figures in kills in 19 matches and digs in eight matches.
1997: Appeared in all 27 matches and 95 games ... was third on the team in total blocks per game (0.73) and fourth in kills per game (1.86) ... led the team in service aces per game (0.31) ... recorded a hitting percentage of .274, which was second on the team ... recorded double digits in kills four times.
1996: Played in all 27 matches and 96 games ... had the second-highest hitting percentage on the team (.238) ... was second on the team in blocks per game (0.69) and total blocks (66) for the season ... was fourth on the team in kills per game (1.73) ... recorded team-high 5 service aces at San Jose State on Oct. 11.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 1996 graduate of Basic High School in Henderson, Nev. ... earned three letters in volleyball ... played for Coach Barbara Gillaspy ... helped the Wolves post a record of 10-9 and advance to the zone playoffs in 1995 ... a two-time team MVP ... also twice named first-team All-Sunrise Division and All-Southern Nevada ... led the team with 151 kills, 59 solo blocks and 37 service aces ... a top-notch student, earning honor roll status and national scholarship recognition ... was named Who's Who in High School Sports and was recognized as a National Scholastic Athlete ... was voted Freshman Athlete of the Year at Basic.
PERSONAL: Christel Eves was born on June 28, 1978 in Las Vegas, Nev. ... the daughter of Kelly and Marilyn Eves ... has two brothers, Ryan (19) and Brandon (16), and one sister, Natalie (23)... majoring in communications with an emphasis in public relations ... engaged to Tank Stearman and will be married in December ... credits her parents with supporting her throughout her life and helping her become a successful person.
CHRISTEL EVES' CAREER STATISTICS