CALIFORNIA: Begins her third season as a starter at outside hitter...one of the few out-of-state scholarship athletes to ever play volleyball at Cal...has an oustanding jump serve...
as a JUNIOR in 1998, was team captain...finished fourth in the nation and led the Pac-10 in service aces (56, third-best all-time Cal single-season mark) and in ace average (0.74 apg)...was second on the team in kill total (234)...broke the school record for single-match service aces with nine aces Oct. 16 at Oregon...posted a career-high 24 digs versus UC Santa Barbara Sept. 5 at the Long Beach State Tournament, the fourth-best single match dig total in the Pac-10...had a career-high 20 kills Oct. 25 versus Arizona State...was named to the all-tournament team at the South Florida Fall Classic...is fifth on the Cal all-time service ace list (119)...had at least one service ace in 16 of 22 matches...suffered a stress fracture in her left shin (tibia) Oct. 30, but played in the final match of the season and recorded a service ace Nov. 22 at UCLA...
as a SOPHOMORE in 1997, played in 97 of 101 games...led the team in service aces (34) and ranked third in the Pac-10 in ace average (0.35)...recorded six aces versus Tulsa and five aces against Arizona State Nov. 8...averaged 1.98 kills and 2.42 digs per game...posted a season-high 16 kills and 24 digs against New Mexico in the Notre Dame Tournament of Champions, which helped her earn all-tournament honors...recorded five double-doubles (kills-digs) in Pac-10 play...
as a FRESHMAN in 1996, earned a starting role despite being hampered by a back injury that never allowed her to play at full strength...earned Pac-10 All-Freshman honorable mention honors...led the team and ranked fourth in the Pac-10 in service aces (29)...ranked second on the team and 10th in the Pac-10 in dig average (2.91), and posted a career-high 25 digs Oct. 18 versus UCLA...averaged 2.11 kills per game, and knocked down a career-best 19 kills Oct. 4 versus Stanford.
HIGH SCHOOL: A second team Mizuno All-American as a senior, leading Rocky Mountain High School to a 30-1 record and the school's first-ever state championship in any sport...tallied 28 kills, six aces and three blocks in the championship match to earn state tourney MVP honors...named 1995 Colorado Player of the Year by both the Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News...also earned Gatorade Circle of Champions Player of the Year in Colorado...named to the Volleyball Magazine Fabulous 50 and tabbed a third team All-American by Student Sports magazine...averaged 6.37 kills and 1.93 aces per game as a senior...as a junior, led team to a second place state finish, and earned first team all-conference honors...played for the Norco Volleyball Club team for five seasons...in basketball, was a two-time all-conference player and all-state honorable mention as a senior...an outstanding student, was a two-time academic all-state honoree in both volleyball and basketball...member of the National Honor Society, graduated with a 4.0 GPA and was class valedictorian.
PERSONAL: Brook Bond Coulter was born Nov. 11, 1977 in Longmont, CO...parents are Bob and Ginger Coulter...is majoring in integrative biology.
Coulter's Career Statistics
Year M G K E TA PCT SA DIG BS BA TB 1996 25 95 200 143 683 .083 29 276 1 11 12 1997 27 97 192 110 566 .145 34 234 2 22 24 1998 22 76 234 120 703 .162 56 239 3 20 23 TOTAL 74 268 626 373 1952 .130 119 749 6 53 59