PRINCE'S WSU CAREER
FRESHMAN (2001): Saw action in 18 matches this season…racked up four kills and two blocks in two games at Oregon State, five kills versus Idaho…had marked improvement in blocking and demonstrated whip-like arm swing during spring 2002 drills.
PRINCE'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Played three years of varsity volleyball for the Kamiakin Braves and coach Mary Opitz…also contributed at the post postion on coach Kevin Estes’ basketball team…as a FRESHMAN was voted most improved on the junior varsity volleyball team and most valuable player on the JV basketball squad…during SOPHOMORE year, volleyball team finished second in the Big Nine Conference and fourth in the district playoffs…selected second team all-conference…JUNIOR year the Braves’ volleyball team was second in league and second in district…selected Big Nine Player of the Year, all-league first team, and to all-area team…team voted MVP…as a SENIOR, volleyball team won league title, placed fourth at districts and third in regionals…Braves did not advance from pool play at state tournament…first team all-conference selection…also all-area team selection…voted team MVP…member of coach John Patrick’s USAV team Velocity for one year and John Lengphonpraseut’s Columbia Juniors two years.
Victoria “V” Marie Prince was born December 2, 1982, at Richland, Washington…father Mike is an electrician…mother Brenda is a national sales manager…two brothers - Michael Taylor (10/12/69) and Jason Taylor (11/2/75)…sister Tabitha Prince (3/26/70)…enjoys boating, jetskiing and outdoor activities…interested in pursuing a communications major at WSU.
Year MP GP K E TA AT% SA DG BS BA TB 2001 18 26 23 14 63 .143 6 10 1 14 16