2011-12 Volleyball
Alliya Drzewiecki
Alliya Drzewiecki
No.: 11
Pos.: OH
Cl.: Sr.
Ht.: 6-0
Hometown (Last School): Toledo, Ohio (Florida State)
Rosters: 2011-12 Volleyball
2011: Played in 144 sets as a senior … finished with a team-best 274 kills … recorded 14 double-digit kill efforts … had 20 kills in five sets at USC Upstate (10/8) … recorded 15 kills against Stephen F. Austin (8/27) and Clemson (9/2) … also posted 14 kills against South Carolina State (9/14) … had 11 digs and 10 kills against Troy (9/18) … finished with four blocks and 13 kills in the finale vs. Florida Gulf Coast (11/12) ... earned A-Sun all-academic honors and was named to the Dean’s List.

2010: Played in 28 matches, including six starts as a junior … finished with 99 kills, 14 service aces and 10 blocks … tallied more than 10 kills in three of the final five matches, including a career-high 17 at Florida A&M (11/6) … also had 11 kills at Bethune Cookman (11/2) … recorded 10 kills and a season-high eight digs vs. Seattle (10/22) … posted three blocks vs. FGCU (10/1) … earned A-Sun all-academic honors for her work in the classroom.

2009: Started in nine matches and was a serving specialist as a freshman … racked up a season-high 11 kills and hit a season-best .500 (11-2-18) at USC Upstate … finished with a season-high seven digs at UCF (8/28) … tallied a season-best two service aces vs. UNF (9/16) … notched a season-high two blocks at Louisiana Tech (9/4) … set a season-best two assists vs. Bethune-Cookman (8/29) … earned A-Sun all-academic honors and was named to the Dean’s List.

Prior to JU: Spent her freshman season at Florida State where she sat as a redshirt.

High School: Four-year starter at St. Ursula Academy … holds the Ohio state record with 997 career kills while also leading the Arrows to a combined 97-12 record … set school record with .378 career hitting percentage … as a senior, she earned All-America and Prep Volleyball's Top 250 Senior Aces honors along with first team all-city, all-district, all-state accolades … set a state record for kills in a match (27) on two occasions … as a junior, she was named Division I “Player of the Year” and Prep Volleyball’s Top 50 Juniors while also earning first team all-city, all-district and all-state accolades … as a sophomore, she led Usula Academy to an Ohio state record 57 consecutive wins running from 2004-05...also set the school season record with 305 kills … became the only Division I sophomore to earn honorable mention all-state honors … also earned first team all-city and all-district accolades … as a freshman, she helped lead the Arrows to a 29-0 record, a state championship and a No. 5 national ranking … named to the senior all-academic team and was a member of the honor roll all four years … in AAU play, she was a member of the USA Junior National Team from 2004-07 … also played for Toledo Volleyball Club and Team Atlantis, where she helped the squad place second at the 2008 Nationals in Dallas … part of the Ohio Valley High Performance Team in 2004.

Personal: Born July 17, 1990, in Toledo, Ohio … daughter of Jay and Karen … has a brother, Miccoy … father, Jay, was inducted into the Ohio Powerlifting Hall of Fame in 1993 … uncle, Kevin Balogh, played for the Atlanta Braves (1977-80) … uncle, Kenny Balogh, played baseball at Ohio State (1977-82) … majoring in psychology.