5 - Stephanie Biediger
Stephanie Biediger
Height: 5-11
Year: So.
Hometown: Houston, Texas
High School: Second Baptist
Position: OH

As a sophomore:
Sat out the season due to injury.    

As a freshman:

Saw action in all but one match, and was named Team MVP...finished second on the team in assists and service aces...was third on the team in kills, kills per set, digs and blocks...finished fourth on the team in blocks per set...had 10 or more kills on eight separate occasions...totaled a season-high 15 kills against Bryant (10/8)...finished with 14 kills and a .600 hitting percentage at Delaware State (11/1)...compiled four assists on six separate occasions...had 10 or more digs on 11 separate occasions, including a season-high 18 against Providence (10/4)...totaled 16 digs at Siena (10/29)...had a season-high three blocks against Stony Brook (9/20)...named to the NEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.

Before Quinnipiac:
A four-year varsity letter-winner at Second Baptist in Houston ... a two-time Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) First-Team All-District ... earned Second-Team All-State while leading Second Baptist to the 2007 TAPPS 5A State Championship as team captain ... was also honored on the All-Tournament Team ... led Second Baptist to a 2005 State Championship runner-up finish with an All-Tournament Team performance ... also earned 2005 St. Mary's Hall All-Tournament Team recognition and the 2007 Varsity Volleyball Fighting Eagle Award ... played for Houston Juniors 18 National team, winning the AAU Grand Prix in New Orleans ... earned the 2004 Cy-Fair District Academic Athlete Award and was a member of the National Honor Society ... took first place in Senior Portfolio at the TAPPS 5A State Visual Arts competition, as well as fourth place in Digitally Manipulated Photography and third place in Relief Sculpture ... also served as captain of the golf team at Second Baptist.

Personal:
The daughter of Christine and Ronald Biediger ... has an older brother, Michael ... her mother, Christine, played volleyball at Texas Lutheran College ... her father, Ronald, played football at Texas Lutheran ... last name is pronounced BEE-dih-gur.