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#12 Kristen Dozier
Position: Middle Blocker
Height: 6'2"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Sandy Spring, Md.
High School: St. John's College
Club: Metro American
Kristen Dozier Biography
Career Statistics Career Statistics
2009 Match-by-match 2009 Match-by-match
2008 Match-by-match 2008 Match-by-match
2007 Match-by-match 2007 Match-by-match
2006 Match-by-match 2006 Match-by-match
Courtesy: OhioStateBuckeyes.com
Release: 06/29/2007


Career Ranks 13th in attack percentage at .270 ... 12th in solo blocks with 49 ... eighth in assist blocks with 301 ... 10th in total blocks with 350 (49-301) ... 10th in blocks per game at .91.

2009 (Senior Season) Ohio State Scholar-Athlete ... Academic All-Big Ten ...  Honorable Mention All-Big Ten ... started all 35 matches ... season-high 15 kills vs. Western Michigan, Cleveland State and at Indiana ... double-figure kills in 16 matches ... season-high .769 (10-0-13) against North Carolina A&T ... season-high 11 total blocks (3-8) at Wisconsin ... season-high 18.5 points against Western Michigan ... William & Mary Tribe Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Colorado State Hilton Classic All-Tournament Team ... UW-Milwaukee Panthern Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Ohio State Athlete of the Week against Iowa and Wisconsin.

2008 (Junior Season) Ohio State Scholar-Athlete ... started all 32 matches ... Academic All-Big Ten ... career-high 19 kills against Xavier ... double-figure kills in 16 matches ... season-high .579 (10-0-19) at Purdue ... career-high three solo blocks at Michigan State ... season-high six total blocks (3-3) at Michigan State ... named to the all-tournament teams at the Shocker Volleyball Classic and the Kent State/Mizuno Open.

2007 (Sophomore Season) Played in 23 matches with 15 starts ... season-high 10 kills at Ball State ... hit a combined .575 for the three Active Ankle Challenge matches ... hit a career-high .800 (8-0-10) against Maine ... season-high eight assist blocks against Southern California ... season-high eight total blocks against Southern California (0-8) and Illinois (1-7) ... season-high 11 points against USC ... named the Best Blocker at the Sports Imports Classic.

2006 (Freshman Season) Played in 22 matches, starting 21 ... career-high 11 kills against Iona ... career-high 13 assist blocks against Houston to set an OSU match record for assist blocks and tied the OSU record for total blocks in a match ... hit a career-high .750 (10-1-12) against Lehigh ... career-high five digs against Houston ... career-high three aces against Iona ... career-high 15.5 points against Houston ... double-figure kills in three matches.

High School Attended St. John's College High School ... played volleyball for coach Bill Pribac and basketball for coach Eddie Simpson ... named the Gatorade Volleyball State Player of the Year for Washington, D.C. ... 2004 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champions ... two-time first-team all-conference ... holds the all-time kills and blocks record for the team ... team captain as a senior ... Prep Volleyball Senior Aces #61 ... member of the USA Volleyball A2 team ... 2004 basketball team won the WCAC championship and was ranked in the Top 10 nationally ... member of the USA Volleyball A2 team ... received Academic Achievement with Honor award three times.

Club Team Played for Metro American in Washington, D.C. ... coached by Fran DuVall.

Personal Full name is Kristen Laura Dozier ... daughter of Eric and Patrice Dozier ... has a brother, Ellis and two sisters, Jourdan and Darian ... enjoys shopping, eating, listening to music, reading Jodi Picoult books, movies and going out with friends and her sister ... community activities include the National Center for Children and Families ...  major is strategic communication ... career objective is after playing professional volleyball, to work at a marketing or advertising firm ... chose Ohio State because "I thought it was the best fit for me. I like the program and knew it was successful and had a winning tradition. I also thought the coaches could make me a much better player. The campus was incredible and I like the city. I thought the school spirit was tremendous and wanted to be a part of that. The team atmosphere was great and I enjoyed the company of all of the girls on the team."

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