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Amy Christensen   9
Amy  Christensen


Suffern, N.Y.

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GENERAL...Skilled athlete who comes from a tremendous volleyball background and played an increasingly active role in the Siena attack the last two years...Great leaper with a powerful arm swing...Enjoyed a breakthrough season as a junior, emerging as one of the team's go-to players on the outside.

AS A JUNIOR...Finished third on the team with 2.15 kills per game...Appeared in 24 of team's 26 matches...Was fourth on the team with 164 (1.9/game) digs per game...Third on the team with 47 blocks.

AS A SOPHOMORE...Played in 25 matches and 80 games...Ended season fourth on the team with 173 kills...Logged 72 digs and registered a .153 hitting percentage.

AS A FRESHMAN...Broke the rotation in 45 games and 23 of 30 matches...Finished fourth on the squad with 1.40 kills per game, totaling 63 kills on the season...Collected five blocks, 38 digs and 11 assists.

PERSONAL/BEFORE SIENA...Born November 3, 1984 in Suffern...Lettered in track and volleyball all four years at Suffern H.S...Selected All-League, All-Section and All-Rockland County as a junior and senior...Named to the New York State Sixth Team as a senior...Honored as Team MVP twice and selected Suffern H.S. Athlete of the Week senior year...Played on several Tournament teams in both high school and club (Kapea Whoosh) level...The daughter of Dave and Sue Ann Christensen.

PIERRE ON CHRISTENSEN... "Amy really started to take her game to the next level last season. This year, we will look for increased productivity and leadership from her. If she continues to develop, she will finish her career off the right way."

Getting to Know Amy Christensen
Favorite Food: Anything with Shrimp
Favorite Color: Pink
Favorite Thing About Siena: My friends
Favorite Class: Abnormal Psychology
Favorite Hobby: Shopping, photography
Favorite Book: The Devil Wears Prada & Bergdorf Blondes
Favorite Musical Artists: Joss Stone & Coldplay
Favorite Movie: The Notebook


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