6 Mandy Kimbrell
Mandy Kimbrell

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Greenville, S.C.

High School:
Greenville

Height:
5-9

Position:
Outside Hitter/Libero

Birthdate:
07/14/1984



2004: Appeared in 93 of Army's 98 games, primarily as libero ... led the team with 275 digs (2.96 per game) ... seventh in the Patriot League in that category ... also chipped in six kills, 19 assists, four aces and three blocks ... racked up double-figures in digs 13 times ... career-high 21 digs vs. Bucknell in semifinals of Patriot League Tournament ... also had 20 digs in sensational five-game win over Bucknell in Lewisburg ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2003: Appeared in 28 games in reserve role ... compiled 30 kills, 31 digs, four assists and four blocks ... amassed .176 hitting percentage ... best effort of the season came against Hartford in Army Invitational ... recorded season-high nine kills and five digs, helping Black Knights to 3-1 win ... fine outing against Holy Cross, tallying eight kills and season-high six digs.

2002: Competed in seven games, including the Black Knights' Patriot League Tournament match versus American ... converted all three of her attack attempts into kills during the course of the season ... collected two kills versus Lafayette ... recorded an assist, kill and two digs at Penn State.

Prior to Army: Graduated from Greenville High School in 2002 ... earned four letters in volleyball ... served as captain of the volleyball team in 2001 and basketball squad in 2000 ... 2001 all-state and all-conference selection in volleyball ... 2001 team MVP ... chosen as the best offensive player in 2000.

Personal: Amanda Ann Kimbrell ... born July 14, 1984 ... daughter of Dean and Marilyn Kimbrell ... majoring in Psychology.

Kimbrell's Career Stats
Year	G	K	Pct.	Ace	Dig	TB	Ast.
2002	7	3	1.000	0	4	0	1
2003	28	30	.176	0	31	4	4
Total	35	33	.199	0	35	4	5
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