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#7 Kelli Fiegen
Position: Middle Blocker
Height: 6'3"
Year: Redshirt Sophomore
Hometown: Parkston, S.D.
High School: Parkston
Major: Health Promotion
Experience: 1 Letter
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Kelli Fiegen Career Statistics Kelli Fiegen Career Statistics
Kelli Fiegen Career Honors/Awards Kelli Fiegen Career Honors/Awards

USA Volleyball: Invited by USA Volleyball to train and compete with the A2 team in both the summer of 2011 and 2012

2012: Started the first 25 matches of her senior season before being sidelined by an injury that kept her off the floor until the final match of the season ... played in 104 of the 116 sets ... finished the season with a team-high 342 kills, 230 block assists and 26 solo blocks ... All-Summit League Team selection ... finished her career ranked sixth all-time at SDSU with 1,407 kills, seventh all-time with 107 solo blocks, second all-time with 409 block assists and third all-time with a .326 career hitting percentage ... posted double-digit kills in three of the four matches at the Hawkeye Challenge, with a high of 16 at Iowa (8/24) ... named to the all-tournament team at the Hawkeye Challenge ... name Summit League Offensive Player of the Week (8/27) ... named Summit League Defensive Player of the Week (9/4) ... set career-highs with nine block assists and with 11 total blocks at Gonzaga (8/31) and posted 21 kills for her second career double-double ... named MVP of the Gonzaga Tournament after posting 45 kills, 23 total blocks and a .416 hitting percentage ... hit .619 with 13 kills and seven total blocks vs. North Dakota (9/4) ... finished with 28 kills and 15 total blocks at the Jackrabbit Invitational, earning her all-tournament team honors ... set a career-high with 47 attacks and tied a career-high with nine block assists at Oakland (9/29) ... finished with 15 kills and nine total blocks, at Western Illinois (10/19) ... recorded third career double-double, tied an SDSU four-set record and set a career-high with 10 block assists vs. Oakland (10/26) ... posted fourth career double-double with 15 kills and 10 total blocks vs. IPFW (10/26) ... recorded 16 kills and a block assist in her final match as a Jackrabbit at North Dakota State (11/9)

2011: Started all 121 sets in her junior season ... all-Summit League First-Team selection ... named to the all-tournament team at the SpringHill Suites Invitational hosted by Georgia Southern ... set SDSU 4-set record with a .773 hitting percentage (17-0-22) vs. Belmont (9/2) ... named to the all-tournament team at the Jayhawk Invitational ... set a career-high with 22 kills and with 46 attacks vs. Arkansas State (9/9) ... named to the all-tournament team at the Dr. Mary Jo Wynn Invitational ... named Summit League Offensive Player of the Week (9/12) ... set a career-high with two aces at South Dakota (10/3), only to break the mark with three aces four days later vs. Oral Roberts (10/7) ... tied a career-high with 22 kills and with 46 attacks vs. IPFW (10/22) ...led the team with 422 kills, a .346 hitting percentage and with 118 total blocks ... became the 15th Jackrabbit, and just the sixth junior, to reach the 1,000 kill milestone at Southern Utah (11/3) ... also recorded a career-high eight digs at Southern Utah ... posted double-digit kills in 22 of 33 matches ... finished her junior season ranked fourth all-time at SDSU with a .323 career hitting percentage, ranked seventh all-time with 279 block assists, eighth all-time with 83 solo blocks and 15th all-time with 1,065 kills

2010: Named the Summit League Player of the Year and all-Summit League first team following the regular season ... played in 116 sets and started 29 matches as a redshirt sophomore ... sat out vs. Drake (10/19) with an injury ... named to the all-tournament team at the Air Force Invitational ... named Summit League Offensive Player of the Week twice (9/7 and 11/1) ... named Summit League Women's Athlete of the Month for October ... led the team with 42 solo and with 98 block assists ... finished 46th in the nation with a 1.21 blocks per set average and 23rd in the nation with a team-high .377 hitting percentage ... broke the SDSU record for hitting percentage in a five-set match when she hit .593 (17-1-27) at Western Illinois (10/8) ... recorded the second-best hitting percentage in a five-set match when she hit .581 (19-1-31) vs. South Dakota (11/2) ... finished second on the team with 352 kills ... set a career-high with 10 total blocks and recorded her first-career double-double at Air Force (8/28) ... set a career-high with four solo blocks at North Dakota State (9/18), only to break the mark with five solo blocks at IPFW (10/15) ... tied a career-high with five digs at Southern Utah (10/29)

2009: Saw action in 32 sets over eight matches before injuries ender her season ... granted a medical redshirt, reinstating another year of eligibility ... season ended with 100 kills and with a team-high 3.12 kills per set ... still finished third on the team with four solo blocks and fifth with 26 total blocks ... set a career-high with 19 kills at Wyoming (8/28) ... followed that up with 18 kills vs. Rutgers (8/29) ... recorded double-digit kills in seven of the eight matches in which she played

2008: Played in 81 of the team's 100 sets, despite missing four matches due to injury ... led the team with 65 block assists ... finished second on the team with 74 total blocks ... debuted with 11 kills and one error in 26 attempts for a .385 hitting percentage vs. Southeast Missouri (8/29) ... set or tied career-highs in block assists (eight), solo blocks (one) and total blocks (nine) against IUPUI (10/11) ... set a career-high with 17 kills vs. IPFW (11/8)

Before SDSU: Five-time varsity letterwinner in volleyball, basketball and track and field ... earned volleyball all-conference and team MVP honors in 2004-07 ... Mitchell Daily Republic Player of the Year and all-state selection in 2005 and in 2007 ... finished her high school career with 1,376 kills, 349 solo blocks and 119 block assists ... set the Class 'A' state tournament record for blocks with 19 in 2007... earned all-conference honors in basketball from 2005-08 ... 2007 state discus champion ... named track MVP in 2006-07 ... Academic Athletic Team Award winner from 2003-08 ... Roll of Excellence honoree from 2004-08 ... two-year member of the National Honor Society