Ann Dylla
4 Ann Dylla
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Littleton, Colo.

High School:
Heritage

Height:
6-1

Position:
MB

Birthdate:
07/05/1990

Experience:
3L

Career Match Highs:
Kills: 17, at Arkansas (11/22/09)
Attempts: 34, at Wake Forest (8/28/10)
Attack Pct.: .769, vs. South Carolina (11/7/10)
Assists: 4, vs. #24 Kentucky (9/26/10)
Aces: n/a
Digs: 4, vs Ole Miss (9/23/11)
Blocks: 9 (3x), last vs. #20 Tenn. (10/24/11)

Career: Started every match and played every set of her career...At end of career, ranked second in school history in block assists (414), fourth in total blocks (457), ninth in blocks per set (0.98) and tied 10th in sets played (465).

2011: Started all 30 matches and played in all 111 sets recording 196 kills and a team-best 95 blocks...Led or tied for the team lead in blocks 14 times...Recorded nine kills and three blocks in final career home match vs. Miss. St...10 kills on a .450 clip vs. Arkansas...Tied career-high with nine blocks vs. #20 Tennessee...Provided a season-high 15 kills on a .452 clip at Mississippi State...Contributed 12 kills vs. Auburn...Notched 10 kills on a .500 mark vs. South Carolina...Had eight kills and a career-best four digs vs. Ole Miss...Recorded five blocks at Kentucky which raised her career block total to 404, making her the eighth player in school history to reach and surpass 400...Notched 19 kills and eight blocks in Georgia Tech Regency Suites Invitational...Recorded 13 kills and 12 blocks in the Pepperdine Asics Classic...Provided 17 kills and eight blocks in the Hotel Indigo Bulldog Invitational...Inducted into UGA's Student-Athlete Leadership Academy known as L.E.A.D (Leadership Education and Development)...Recipient of the Ramsey Academic Scholarship

2010: Stated all 32 matches and played in all 123 sets recording 309 kills (2.51 per set) and 126 blocks (1.02 per set)...Led or tied for the team lead in kills seven times and blocks 18 times...Posted 14 matches with double-digit kills including a season-high 16 in contests at Wake Forest, vs. UMKC and at S. Carolina...Recorded a career-high .769 hitting percentage with 10 kills on 13 attempts in home match vs. S. Carolina...Matched a career-high with 9.0 blocks to go along with 11 kills in upset win over #20 Tenn....Led team with 13 blocks in Bulldog Invitational...Named to Northern Colorado Classic All-Tournament Team after helping UGA go 3-1 with 49 kills and 19 blocks...Named to Deacon Invitational All-Tournament Team after helping UGA win the title by providing a team-best 33 kills and 18 blocks...Named to Athletic Director's Honor Roll for spring and semesters; also named to Dean's List summer semester.

2009: Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll...Started all 31 matches and played in all 114 sets recording 211 kills on a .242 hitting percentage and 126 blocks...Tallied 119 block assists, the eighth-highest single-season mark in school history...Led or tied for team lead in blocks in 15 matches, kills in three matches and points in two...Recorded eight matches with double-digit kills including a career-best 17 on a .556 clip at Arkansas...Also had eight matches with a hitting percentage above .400 highlighted by a career-best .611 vs. Tennessee State...Posted 15 matches with five or more blocks including a season-best eight vs. Presbyterian and Alabama...Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week following wins over Mississippi State and Alabama where she combined to tally 21 kills on a .425 hitting percentage to go along with 2.14 blocks per set for a 4.07 points per set mark...Helped Georgia win Courtyard LaGuardia Volleyball Classic by recording 12 kills and 14 blocks...Helped Georgia go 2-1 in Georgia Dawgs Invitational with 29 kills on a .380 clip to go with 10 blocks...Tallied a team-best 15 blocks at 1.36 per set and added 18 kills on a .333 clip in Georgia Tech Regency Suites Invitational...Recipient of Michael A. Kahn Volleyball Scholarship...Named to Athletic Director's Honor Roll for summer and fall semesters and also made the Dean's List for the summer semester.

2008: Earned SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll and Director's Honor Roll distinction...Started all 31 matches playing in all 117 sets recording 139 kills and 100 blocks (0.94 per set)...Recorded three kills and four blocks at LSU...Provided four kills, as assists and two blocks in win at Arkansas...Had four kills, an assist and two blocks at Ole Miss...Recorded seven blocks, three solo, and had six kills with no errors on 11 attempts for an attack percentage of .545 in win over Auburn...Contributed two kills and four blocks in match vs. Alabama...Provided six blocks and three kills in win over Mississippi State...Tied for a team-best seven blocks, had four kills and a career-best two digs in upset victory over No. 8 Florida...Notched nine kills on a .318 clip and a career-high nine blocks in 3-2 win over S. Carolina...Had four kills and a block in win at Mississippi State...Tallied three kills and three blocks at Auburn...Had two kills and four blocks vs. LSU...Recorded nine kills on a career-high .615 hitting percentage against Arkansas...Team leader with 3.0 blocks vs. Tennessee...Led team with 3.0 blocks at No. 11 Florida and at South Carolina...Finished the Texas Invitational with 22 kills and 13 blocks...Posted 19 kills and 13 blocks in Duke Invitational...Tallied season-high seven blocks vs. Mercer Sept. 2...Notched six blocks vs. Furman Aug. 31...Recorded 10 kills on a .389 clip with four blocks in Bulldog debut vs. Georgia Tech Aug. 29.

High School/Club: Graduated from Heritage High School where she was a member of the National Honor Society, the Athletic Wall of Fame and LINK...A PrepVolleyball.com Fab 50 selection, as the 49th rated recruit overall...Helped her Front Range club team finish fifth in the Open Division at the 2008 USAV National Tournament and 15th in the Open Division at the 2007 USAV Junior National Tournament...At Heritage, named to Class 5A All-State second team in 2006 and first team in 2007 by the Colorado Coaches Association...Helped Heritage to two conference championships (`05, `06), three district championships (`05, `06, `07) and two regional championships (`05, `06)...Also played three seasons of basketball for Heritage and the Colorado Hoopsters.

Personal: Daughter of Bernie and Judy Dylla...Brother, Mark, is a member of the Bulldogs' swimming and diving squad...Father, Bernie, played football for Northern State University...Six cousins participated in collegiate athletics: Susan King Borchardt, basketball at Stanford (2000-05); Stephen King, basketball at Ohio (2003-07); Brian King, cross country at Ohio (2004-08); Adam Anderson, golf at Notre Dame (1997-01); Joe Anderson, golf at Missouri-Kansas City (1999-03); Adam Peterka, basketball at Augustana College (2007-present)...Born July 5, 1990...Major: Management.

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