CALIFORNIA: Enters her second season as an outside hitter for the Golden Bears...
as a FRESHMAN in 2003 was honorable mention Pac-10 All-Freshman...saw action in 29 matches, recording 108 kills, 10 service aces, 140 digs and 32 total blocks...recorded a career-high 14 kills and 43 kill attempts at UCLA Nov. 14...had a career-high 14 kills and six block assists at Stanford Nov. 7...had 11 kills with a .360 hitting percentage at Washington Oct. 24...finished with nine kills and 11 digs at Washington State Oct. 23...had 11 kills versus USC Oct. 18 and a career-high 12 digs versus UCLA Oct. 17...had six kills with no errors in eight attempts for a .750 hitting percentage at Colorado State Sept. 6.
HIGH SCHOOL: At El Molino High School was four-time All-Empire, twice Empire Player of the Year, twice first team all-league, league MVP in 2001 and league Co-MVP in 2002...helped lead her team to three league titles, a state championship in 1999 and a Nor-Cal championship in 2001...also competed two years on the varsity track team as a high jumper...was named Co-Outstanding Academic Female Athlete for class of 2003...competed on the USA High Performance team in 1999 and the Youth National Training Team in 2000.
PERSONAL: Amanda McNary Fox was born January 25, 1985 in Santa Rosa, Calif....mother is Anne Fox, father, Robert Fox, is deceased...has twin sisters, Marianne and Kathleen, 15...has not declared a major, but is interested in psychology and social welfare.
Career Highs Kills: 14 at Stanford, 11/7/03; at UCLA, 11/14/03 Attempts: 43 at UCLA, 11/14/03 Service Aces: 3 at Washington State, 10/23/03 Digs: 12 vs. UCLA, 10/17/03 Block Solos: 1 vs. three teams Block Assists: 6 at Stanford, 11/7/03 Total Blocks: 6 at Stanford, 11/7/03