Position
Outside Hitter
Height
5'9
Class
Freshman
Hometown
Flatonia, Texas
High School
Flatonia HS

2006 SEC Defensive Player of the Week (11/27, 10/23, 10/2)
2006 Tiger Invitational All-Tournament Team
2006 Dayton Marriott Invitational All-Tournament Team
2006 LSU Student-Athlete of the Week (8/28)
2004 SEC/C-USA Challenge All-Tournament Team

SENIOR SEASON (2006)
Played in all 114 games in all 32 matches … Named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 2, Sept. 23 and Nov. 27, which tied for the most SEC Defensive Player of the Week honors by any player in the league … Named to the Dayton Marriott Invitational and Tiger Invitational all-tournament teams … Selected the LSU Female Student-Athlete of the Week on Aug. 28 … Broke the LSU record for digs in a season with 535 and digs per game in a season with 4.69 … Became just the seventh player in LSU history to record 1,000 career digs, finishing her four years ranked third with 1,357 digs … Also finished her career ranked second with 3.22 digs per game … Against Ole Miss on Sept. 29, she recorded the second most digs in a three-game match in school history with 26 and later tied for the sixth most digs in a three-game match with 22 against Tennessee on Oct. 22 … In a four-game match, tied for the third-most digs with 28 against Florida on Nov. 3 after tying for the sixth most with 26 against Alabama on Oct. 8 … Ranked second in the SEC and 103rd in the NCAA with 4.69 digs per game … Recorded double-figure digs in every match for the season … Led or tied for the team lead in blocking in 26 of 32 matches.

JUNIOR SEASON (2005)
Played in all 107 games in 29 matches … Moved to libero in 2005 after playing at outside hitter her first two seasons … Ranked ninth in the SEC in digs per game overall and conference games … Led the team in digs and digs per game … Ranked third on the team in service aces and fourth in aces per game … Recorded a career best with 26 digs against Kentucky, which tied for the sixth most digs in a five-game match in LSU history … Led the team with 24 double-figure dig matches, including two with 20-plus digs … Led the team in digs in 19 matches … Tied her career high with three service aces against Rices.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2004)
Played in 96 games in 28 matches … Was named to the SEC/C-USA Challenge All-Tournament team … Ranked fourth on the team in kills and third in kills per game … Ranked fourth on the team in digs and digs per game … Posted a career-best 24 kills against Tulane on Nov. 26 … Followed that with a school record 70 attempts against Houston on Nov. 27 … Also posted a career-best three service aces against Houston … Against Arkansas, recorded a career-best .429 hitting percentage … Recorded a career-high four assists against Ole Miss on Oct. 3 … Led the team in kills on five occasions, including the final two matches of the season … Also led the team in digs in four matches … Was one shy of the team lead with nine double-doubles … On 14 occasions recorded double-figures in kills and on nine occasions recorded double-figures in digs.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2003)
Played in 105 games in all 30 matches … Recorded a season-best 17 kills vs. Tennessee along with a season-best .361 hitting percentage … Against Mississippi State, recorded a season-best 21 digs and five blocks … On three occasions recorded two services aces in a match …  Recorded three double-doubles on the season (vs. Tennessee, Ole Miss, Arkansas) … On eight occasions recorded double-digit kills …  On 10 occasions had double-digit digs … Led the team in digs in six matches … Also played on the women’s softball team that advanced to the Women’s College World Series and finished ranked No. 3 in the nation.

HIGH SCHOOL
Earned four letters for coach Ann Rigden at Flatonia High School … Led team to four district championships, three bi-district championships, two area championships and advanced to the regional finals twice … Member of the Coaches Association All-Star team … Named to the Texas Sports Writer’s All-State team for four years and the Coaches Association All-State team twice … Three-time district MVP … As a freshman was the all-area and district Newcomer of the Year  … Also earned five letters in basketball, softball, track, golf and cheerleading.

PERSONAL
Full name is Kassi Shean Mikulik … Parents are John and Jamie Mikulik … Is the oldest of four children … Kalli (14), Kaddin (7) and Kannin (4) … Majoring in general studies … Born on Feb. 13, 1985, in Weimar, Texas.

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