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Fraser, Mich.
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Fraser HS

2010 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2009 SEC Academic Honor Roll

One of eight players to play in all 30 matches and saw action during 106 of LSU’s 107 sets … Garnered 27 starts, including the first 26 matches of the season (Aug. 27-Nov. 14) … Turned in her most productive season fueled by 103 kills and 90 blocks … Her 90 blocks were tied for second-highest on the team … Recorded seven or more kills on five occasions … Racked up a season-high seven blocks in season opener against Pacific (Aug. 27) … Popped seven kills and added four blocks versus Siena (Aug. 27) … Equaled season-best seven blocks during five-set victory at TCU (Sept. 3) … Chipped in three kills and five blocks versus Georgia (Sept. 19) … Notched kills on all three of her swings at South Carolina (Oct. 3) … Tallied four kills and four blocks against No. 22 Tennessee (Oct. 10) … Powered home 56 of her 103 kills along with 34 of her 90 blocks during final 12 matches of the season (Oct. 22-Dec. 3) … Matched season-high with seven stuffs at Georgia (Oct. 22) … Exploded for seven kills on 10 swings without an error and a career-best .700 hitting percentage at Auburn (Oct. 24) … Slapped seven kills on 13 swings for a .538 clip and five blocks against Ole Miss (Nov. 7) … Tacked on six kills and equaled a season-best seven blocks at No. 21 Tennessee (Nov. 12) … Crushed nine kills on 16 swings for a .562 ration and reeled in a season-high four digs at Kentucky (Nov. 14) … Ripped a season-best 11 kills during regular season finale at Arkansas (Nov. 24).

Saw limited action making nine appearances, including one start … Averaged 0.64 kills, 0.43 blocks and 0.86 points per set … Ripped a season-high seven kills and tacked on a season-best three blocks against Louisiana-Lafayette (Sept. 5) at Tiger Classic … Five of her nine appearances came during SEC action … Picked up kills at Mississippi State (Oct. 4) and against Arkansas (Oct. 16) … Added blocks at Mississippi State (Oct. 4) and against Auburn (Nov. 1).

Appeared in 23 matches making 13 starts … Missed the Tigers last three matches due to injury … Fourth on the team recording 48 blocks … Turned in four efforts with five or more blocks … Registered a career-high eight blocks to go along with seven kills during season-opener against Texas A&M (Aug. 29) … Slapped consecutive eight-kill performances against Nicholls State (Sept. 5) and at McNeese State (Sept. 6) … Knocked 10 kills against Tennessee (Sept. 26) … Collected a career-best 15 digs against Ole Miss (Oct. 3) shattering her previous career-best of three … Ripped a career-high 13 kills on a career-best .524 attack percentage against Arkansas (Oct. 5) … Her 11th kill against the Razorbacks was the 100th of her career.

Saw limited action making 10 appearances, including three starts … Played at middle blocker and right side positions … Tallied four kills and three blocks against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (Sept. 1) … Recorded a season-best five kills on a .333 hitting percentage to go along with four blocks at South Carolina (Oct. 28) … Filled in for an injured Lauren DeGirolamo for her most significant time of the season during NCAA Tournament … Added three kills, four blocks and an ace against New Mexico State (Nov. 30) in NCAA Tournament.

Earned three letters in volleyball, three letters in basketball and a letter in soccer at Fraser High School … Led the Ramblers to the Michigan state tournament finals in 2005, where FHS lost to East Kentwood in four games … In the championship match, recorded 10 kills and a team-best .350 hitting percentage … Named the “Best Volleyball Player in Michigan” by Rise Magazine during her senior year … Was an honorable mention all-state selection as a junior … Earned first-team all-county honors as a junior and senior … Was a member of the all-region team as a junior and senior … Selected to the all-league team as a sophomore, junior and senior … Tallied 493 kills and 238 blocks as a senior … Ranked the eighth best senior women’s basketball player in Michigan by … Member of the Academic All-MAC team for all sports teams played.

Full name is Tania Schatow … Daughter of Robert and Dee Schatow … Has two siblings Kristen (17), Anitra (24) … Born on July 3, 1989 … Majoring in kinesiology.

Hitting Pct. (min. 5 kills): .700 at Auburn (10/24/10)
Kills: 13 Arkansas (10/05/08)
Attempts: 27 vs. Texas A&M (08/29/08)
Assists: 1, eight times, last at Auburn (10/24/10)
Digs: 15 Ole Miss (10/03/08)
Service Aces: 1 six times, last at Georgia (10/08/08)
Total Blocks: 8 vs. Texas A&M (08/29/08)


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