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Adetokunbo Faleti
Adetokunbo Faleti

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Arlington, Texas

High School:
James Bowie High

Last College:
Barton County College

Height:
5-10

Position:
Right side Hitter

Experience:
2V



FALETI'S WSU CAREER
REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2006) - pronounced ad day tah KUN bo fa LAY tee - nick-name "T" or Tokunbo...named to South Dakota State Jackrabbit Kickoff and Baden Cougar Challenge all-tournament teams...tied for second on team with 3.51 kills per game...WSU career-high 25 kills versus Gonzaga where she hit .408...tender knee kept her out of some early season matches...double-figure kills in 15 of 28 matches played this season...had 22 kills, hit .320 and season-high 7 digs and four blocks in the Oregon State match 10/6.

JUNIOR 2005: Redshirt season.

FALETI'S BARTON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAREER
Played for Barton County Community College (Great Bend, Kansas) 2003-2004 for coaches John Hunter, Josh Ivans and Kirk Kohler...FRESHMAN year Cougars went 36-1 and won 2003 National Junior College Athletic Association Championships under coach John Hunter...named to NJCAA all-tournament team...triple jumper on the track team...finished fifth at national meet in triple jump...PR of 41-0...team won the 2003 NJCAA Indoor and Outdoor Track championships...SOPHOMORE year (2004) team captain...Cougars 18-9...All-Jayhawk West Conference second-team selection...named to NJCAA All-Region VI second-team...named to three all-tournament teams during season.

FALETI'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Earned eight letters at James Bowie High School...earned three letters as team captain for volleyball under coaches Jenna Gomez and Christy Cox...five varsity letters with coach Wanda Talton, one for basketball, four for track...as a FRESHMAN named most improved volleyball player...placed second at track districts and at regional meet in the 400m dash and on the 4x400m relay...during SOPHOMORE year, named team's offensive player of the year and MVP...track team captain...again second at track districts and at regional meet in the quarter mile and mile relay and on 4x100m relay...JUNIOR year repeated as volleyball team MVP and offensive player of the year...track team captain...finished second at districts in three events and fourth at regional...as a SENIOR, selected to first team all-conference, all-district and all-area teams...repeated as offensive player of the year...added defensive player of the year honors...captained basketball team her only year playing in high school...during track season, won district triple jump.

PERSONAL
Born Adetokunbo Adekite Faleti August 31, 1985, at Norfolk, Va...father Paul is retired...mother is deceased...two sisters, Adesewa (7/2/81) and Aderiyike (Jennifer), (8/3/80)...one brother, Adeyinka (6/20/76)...named to the Who's Who Among High School Athletes...coached Volleytech U-18 Club team...planning to major in child psychology at WSU.

Washington State Cougars Volleyball