LOTT'S WSU CAREER
JUNIOR (2005): Saw action in 56 games including six starts in last month of season...career-high 18 digs at USC...ended the season with seven kills and .300 hpct. versus Washington.
SOPHOMORE (2004): Starter first weekend of season...career-high 9 kills vs. San Jose State... 6 digs in each of first two matches this year...played in 56 games this season...landed five kills and six digs vs. No. 13 California.
FRESHMAN (2003): Recruited walk-on...subbed in against Gonzaga and Oregon and contributed to both wins for the Cougars.
LOTT'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Lettered twice for volleyball coach Mary Opitz and once for golf coach Dennis Rose at Kamiakin High... a member of seven state champion teams at Nampa Christian...FRESHMAN and SOPHOMORE years moved up a team level in volleyball...named most improved player both seasons...as JUNIOR, first year on varsity volleyball...in golf, received most inspirational player...SENIOR year captained volleyball team with third place in Big Nine Conference, 20-13 overall record...named all-conference first team...also received all-area and all-state nominations...named team's most valuable player...played on the John Patrick Velocity U-18 Club team.
Born April R. Lott March 25, 1985 at Kennewick, Wash...father Evan works as an information systems officer in the insurance industry...mother Shannon Sharp, a WSU graduate, works as an office manager at a gym...older brother Martin (3/16/79) graduated from WSU in 2004 and is working on his MBA at Oregon...earned Academic letter at Kamiakin High...received the Who's Who Among American High School Student Award...senior class VP...Benton County Community Networks Student Rep...graduated in top 10 percent of class...National Honor Society...active in Key Club, Link Crew and Fellowship of Christian Athletes...pursuing a degree in pharmacy.
Kills: 9 (vs. San Jose State, 2004)
H.Pct: .273 (vs. Idaho State, 2005)
Service Aces: 1 (vs. California, 2004)
Digs: 18 (vs. USC, 2005)
Total Blocks: 3 (vs. Miami, 2004)
Points: 10.5 (vs. San Jose State, 2004)