|| Megan Camp
CAMP'S WSU CAREER
SOPHOMORE (2003): Played in 51 games including starting as libero in match against No. 1 USC...had eight digs in that match...season-high 17 digs came at Oregon State...averaged 2.10 digs per game, fifth on team.
FRESHMAN (2002): Saw action in the NCAA Championship Tournament first match, a 3-0 win over Oral Roberts in Manhattan, Kansas.
CAMPS HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Lettered two years at Ferris High School for volleyball coach Stacey Ward...captained the FRESHMAN volleyball team which was 13-0 for first in the Greater Spokane League...SOPHOMORE season won most inspirational on the junior varsity squad...JUNIOR year the Saxons finished third in the GSL...named most inspiration on the varsity team...captained varsity squad during her SENIOR season...Ferris placed second in GSL volleyball standings, third in both district and regional tournaments, and second in state 4A...played four years on the Spokane Splash Club team with coaches Scott Davis and Wade Benson...the 17's team finished third at the Canadian Nationals in 1999 and 19th at 2000 Volleyball Festival...18's team finished 18th at both 2001 and 2002 Volleyball Festival, finished fifth at Junior Olympics in Open Division.
Megan DesRochers Camp was born June 23, 1984, at Spokane, Washington...comes from a long line of Cougars...father Chris played baseball for the WSU and is now retired from the family's automotive business...mother Janet is also a WSU grad and is an aerobics instructor...older brother Ryan (4/14/82) is a member of the WSU golf team...younger sister Shannon (1/23/87)...grandfather Jerry Camp Sr. graduated from WSU in 1934 and grandmother Georgia followed in 1936...conference room in Bohler Addition is named for grandfather Jerry...maternal grandmother Majorie Houtchens Kafer-Smith graduated from WSU in 1948...Valedictorian at Ferris High with 4.0 GPA...member of National Honor Society...vice president of Spanish Club...academic awards include WSU Regents Scholar, Washington Scholar nominee, Spokane Scholar nominee, and American Association of University Women Scholars Recognition Award...has earned President's Honor Roll status four times at WSU...named to WSU All-Academic Team and a top 50 student-athlete scholar...studying pre-medicine courses at WSU.
Year MP GP K E TA AT% SA DGS BS BA TB
2002 1 1 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0
2003 15 51 0 2 13 -.154 0 107 0 0 0 0.0
Total 16 52 0 2 13 -.154 0 107 0 0 0 0.0
Digs - 2.08 per game
Digs: 17 (vs. Oregon State, 2003)