2015: Named to Appalachian Invitational All-Tournament Team, 9/12 … started in all 27 matches playing in all 99 sets adding 933 more assists to finish her career with 3,546 which is sixth-best all time … she moved up to the sixth spot all-time after 33 assists vs. Eastern Michigan on 9/5 … became just the sixth setter to hit 3,000 assists in a career doing so after a season-high 49 during a 3-1 C-USA win over UTEP on 9/21 … finished the season fifth in C-USA with 9.92 assists per set and eighth during C-USA league games at 8.85/set … recorded 20 matches with 30+ assists, eight with over 40 assists … nearly completed her second career double-double with eight kills, 42 assists and 18 digs during a 3-2 win over Marshall on 10/23 … notched 13 matches with at-least three kills and hit over .300 in 19 matches, over .400 in 13 of those 19 and surpassed .500 eight times … recorded a team-high 13 double-doubles, including nine-straight from 9/18 to 10/11, to record a total of 257 digs on the year … added 83 total kills hitting .328, 75 total blocks including five solo and served up 18 aces … set new career high of seven block assists and seven total on 9/18 vs. Furman ... finished her outstanding career with 336 kills, a .284 hitting percentage, 55 aces, 768 digs and 215 total blocks in addition to her 3,546 assists.
Held's Game-By-Game Stats (2015)
2014: Conference USA Setter of the Week, 9/2 and 11/17 ... MVP of Wildcat Classic, 9/13 ... All-Tournament Team of Charlotte Invitational 8/30 and Temple Invitational, 9/6 ... guided the Niners to their first conference tournament berth since 2010 and first 17-win season since 2006 ... posted her second-straight 1,000-assist season setting a new personal-best with 1,245 to lead Conference USA throughout the regular season ... her 1,245 assists in 2014 is the ninth-most in a single-season and moved her up the all-time career list to seventh ending the year with 2,613 assists ... recorded the rare triple-double with 10 kills (a new career-high), 41 assists and 13 digs in a 3-2 loss to Winthrop on 9/2 ... nearly recorded three more triple-doubles throughout the year finishing a combination of two digs/kills or less away from accomplishing the same feat ... registered 14 double-doubles on the year to finish second on the team ... set new career-highs for matches played (33), starts (31), sets played (127), kills (145), assists (1,245), aces (25), digs (272) and total blocks (68) ... finished second on the team in blocks, tied for third in aces and fourth in digs ... completed her defensive efforts with 20 multiple-block outings with 11 of those being three or more ... recorded double-digit assists in every match for the second-straight season and will enter 2015 with 63 consecutive matches reaching double-figure assists ... hit 50 assists twice in a 3-2 loss at Western Carolina on 9/9 and a 3-1 win over UNC Wilmington on 9/13 ... registered 40+ assists in 20 of her 33 matches played ... led the team with a .329 hitting percentage putting down 145 kills ... hit .300 or better in 18 matches with at-least three kills, 6 matches hitting at-least .400 and 5 hitting .500 or better from the setter position ... notched her 2,500th career assist in Charlotte's 3-1 victory over Middle Tennessee on 11/13 to keep their playoff hopes alive ... her 250th career kill came in the Niners Conference USA tournament quarterfinal match against UTSA on 11/21.
2013: NCCSIA All-State First-Team, All-Tournament Team at 49er Invitational, 9/21 ... became 22nd setter in program history to get over 1,000 assists in a single season and finished 16th in school history with 1,115 assists ... she has the ninth-most assists for a career already after two seasons and is sixth in school history currently with 10.06 assists per set ... posted seven double-doubles (team was 2-5 in those matches) and was one kill away from her first career triple-double when she tied her career high of nine kills after putting up 54 assists and a career-high 21 digs in a five-set win at Chattanooga on 9/6 ... started all 29 matches and 106 sets this season. Blew away her freshman-season block total with 56 for the year, including a career-high seven at home to Tennessee State on 9/21 ... she recorded two solo blocks for the first time in her career on 10/4 at home over Louisiana Tech ... Chancellor's List (spring).
2012: Played in 11 matches, having to rest an injury after the opening weekend, coming back full-time for the team's final seven matches of the season ... started in six of the last seven ... had first of two double-doubles in a row with a career-high 44 assists and 10 digs in Charlotte's lone conference road win, at La Salle on 10/26 ... also contributed lone career service ace in that match ... followed that with 23 assists and 10 more digs at Temple on 10/27 ... posted career-high four assisted blocks in home loss to George Washington on 10/20 ... Dean's List (spring), Athletic Director's List (fall).
Prep: Played for Brookfield Central High, leading the Lancers in kills and digs, surpassing the 1,000-kills mark for her career as she played an outside hitter position ... earned four All-Conference nods and a pair of Team MVP awards ... team was ranked in the Top 10 in the state of Wisconsin for the first time in school history ... BCHS won its last three regional championships, posting an 83-56 record during her time there ... also played for the Milwaukee Sting Volleyball Club.
Personal: Daughter of Kim and Jan Michael Held ... Kim played volleyball and Jan Michael played basketball, both at Wisconsin-Milwaukee ... has one sibling, Taylor Jo ... major is English ... birthday is December 2.
Career Highs at Charlotte
Kills: 10 vs. Winthrop (9/2/14)
Errors: 3 (2x) last vs. Winthrop (9/2/14)
Attempts: 20 vs. Winthrop (9/2/14)
Hitting %: .800 (4-0-5) vs. S.C. State (9/20/13)
Assists: 58 at East Carolina (11/10/13)
Aces: 4 at North Florida (9/20/14)
Digs: 21 at Chattanooga (9/6/13)
Solo Blocks: 2 (4x) last vs. MT (11/13/14)
Block Assist: 7 vs. Furman (9/18/15)
Total Blocks: 7 (2x) last vs. Furman (9/18/15)
*Triple-Double: 10 kills, 41 assists, 13 digs vs. Winthrop (9/2/14)
*Near Misses: 8k, 42a, 18d vs. Marshall (10/23/15)
9k, 42a, 9d at Davidson (9/13/14)
9k, 44a, 8d vs. UTSA (10/26/14)
9k, 48a, 8d vs. Southern Miss (11/16/14)
Held's Career Stats
Welcome to the Charlotte 49ers Athletic Foundation!
Football parking permits for FSL Account Holders are on sale now for the 2018 season. You may make your payment online by logging in below. Please do not create a new account as it will not link to your FSL account. If you do not know your login or password, contact Tammy Roland at (704) 687-1047 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you make your purchase online, please indicate your parking preference (be specific) in the My Profile section. You may also call the Athletic Foundation at (704) 687-4950/1047/6063/1049/1048/1046 to make your payment. FSL Account Holders can find a football parking map and annual giving requirements at www.charlotte49ers.com/gamedayinfo.
Green CRI 1, Green CRI 1A and Green CRI 2A are sold out. Two spaces remain in Orange CRI Rooftop
If you wish to make a contribution to the Annual Giving Campaign or Let Me Play (fundraiser for women's athletics), you can do so online or by calling the Athletic Foundation at (704) 687-1047/4950.
This system will give you full access to your own personal account and display donations and pledges to the Charlotte 49ers Athletic Foundation.
Please Note: If you have ever contributed to the Athletic Foundation, you have an existing account and should login using that information. Please do not create a second account. If you are unsure of your account status or need your login information, please contact the Athletic Foundation at (704) 687-4950/1047.
If your gift will be accompanied by a matching gift from your employer please do not make your gift online. Contact the Athletic Foundation at (704) 687-1047 for information on contributions with a matching gift.
If you are a new member and have not participated in any of the ways mentioned above, please create a new account below and make a pledge to our current campaign.