|| Mindi Wiley
Wiley enters her SENIOR season as a middle hitter for the Golden Bears.
As a JUNIOR, Wiley earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention and AVCA All-Pacific Region honorable mention... Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention... selected to the Golden Bear Invitational All-Tournament team... established the sixth highest all-time single season mark at Cal for hitting percentage as she recorded a .337 attack rate (258k, 86e, 511att)... posted the ninth highest all-time Cal single season total for blocks with 123... led the team (sixth in the Pac-10) in blocks as she registered 1.09 bps... logged career high numbers in all statistical categories... scored a career high 15 kills at UCLA Oct. 25 and attacked a career-high 25 times twice, the last vs. UCLA Nov. 21... recorded a career-high eight blocks against three opponents.
As a SOPHOMORE, Wiley put up 85 kills on 179 attacks (30e), hitting for a career-best .307... she also notched 74 total blocks (6bs, 68ba) for seventh on the team... had a season-high eight kills (2e, 15att) and hit for .400 at UCLA Oct. 27 in Cal's historic win at Pauley Pavilion... registered 11 kills on 21 attacks with only one error in the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament and added 11 total blocks over the two-match span.
Wiley competed in nine matches and 14 sets as a FRESHMAN, recording 19 kills with a .289 hitting percentage (8e, 38att)... added nine block assists... had an impressive nine kills with no errors in 13 attempts (.692 hitting percentage) at Oregon State Nov. 16... missed the first 19 matches of the season with a broken right thumb.
A four-time Sonoma County All-League selection in volleyball at Sonoma Valley High School... named 2004 Redwood Empire Athlete of the Year, and Cal-Hi Junior Athlete of the Year, excelling as both a volleyball player and a high jumper in track and field... two-year member of USA Volleyball's National Youth Team, and a 2004 AAU Junior National Volleyball All-American... featured on the cover of the November 2005 issue of School Sports Magazine, and was selected as the nation's No. 18 top high school recruit by PrepVolleyball.com.
Mindi Linn Wiley was born in Santa Rosa, Calif.... parents are Keith and Nancy Wiley... father, Keith, played football at Stephen F. Austin, and mother, Nancy, played basketball at Northeastern... has a sister Brooke, 23... majoring in American studies with an emphasis in pop culture.