Past Canadian Greats

HAYLEY HILLS (QUESNEL, B.C.)



Lettered from 2006-09 ... 2008 Big Sky Player of the Year ... Earned All-Big Sky First Team honors in 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... Named to the Big Sky All-Tournament Team in 2008 ... Collected six Big Sky Player of the Week awards, third-most in program history ... Ranks second all-time in school history in kills with 1,428, and is one of only nine players in school history to reach 1,000 career kills ... One of just two players to record at least 20 kills in a match ... Also ranks 12th all-time in digs with 913.








































"I had the most incredible college experience at EWU. It's the type of school that makes you never want to leave. The athletic pride and support is undeniable. I will forever be proud to be an Eastern Eagle." 





AMANDA YAUSIE (COLONSAY, SASKATCHEWAN)



Lettered from 2006-09 ... Earned Big Sky All-Academic honors twice in her career ... Ranks 10th all-time in school history inassists with 2,023, and is one of just nine players in program history to record at least 2,000 career assists ... Also ranks 15th all-time in service aces with 85.












































EMILY BEKKERING (SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN)



Lettered in 2008 ... Played 26 sets, recording 45 kills, 21 blocks and 15 digs ... Helped EWU win the 2008 Big Sky Regular Season Title and advance to the championship match of the Big Sky Tournament.












































BRITTNEY PAGE (VERNON, B.C.)



Lettered from 2002-06 ... Is currently the captain of the Canadian National Team and played professionally overseas in Spain, Sweden, Austria and Brussels ... Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as a redshirt senior in 2006 ... Named to the Big Sky All-Tournament team in 2006 ... Collected a pair of Big Sky Player of the Week awards in 2006 ... Ranks 12th in school history in attack percentage (.255) and 26th all-time in kills (696).












































CHRISTINA ALBERS (SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN)



Lettered from 2004-05 ... Earned All-Big Sky Second Team honors in 2004 and was an honorable mention selection in 2005 ... Named to the Big Sky All-Tournament team in 2005 ... Earned Big Sky All-Academic honors in 2004 and 2005 ... Ranks fifth all-time in school history in assists with 2,565, and is one of only six players to record at least 2,500 career assists ... Career assists per set average (11.71) is the best in program history.












































DEANNA ALBERS (SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN)



Lettered in 2004 ... Recorded 267 kills, 342 digs and 36 service aces ... Helped Eastern win the 2004 Big Sky Regular Season title and advance to the championship match of the Big Sky Tournament.












































LINDSAY PAGE (VERNON, B.C.)



Lettered from 2001-03 ... Earned All-Big Sky Honorable Mention honors as a senior in 2013 ... Named to the Big Sky All-Tournament Team in 2003 as Eastern played in the tournament's championship match ... Helped Eastern win a pair of Big Sky regular season titles in 2002 and 2003 ... Ranks 19th in school history in total blocks with 223 while her 681 career kills ranks 27th ... One of only six players with a career hitting percentage greater than .300.












































JENNIFER DICK (SURREY, B.C.)



Lettered from 1998-00 ... Earned Big Sky All-Academic honors in 1999 ... Helped Eastern secure a spot in the NCAA Championship in 1998 and 1999 ... Played in 87 career sets, racking up 108 kills, 32 digs and 16 blocks.












































KIM MAXWELL (CALGARY, ALBERTA)



Lettered from 1996-99 ... Played for the Canadian National Team ... Earned CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII honors in 1998 and 1999 ... Received Second Team All-Big Sky recognition in 1998 before earning first team honors in 1999 ... Collected Big Sky All-Academic awards in each of her four seasons ... Helped Eastern secure a spot in the NCAA Championship in both 1998 and 1999 ... Ranks first in school history in career assists with 3,745 and is one of just two players with at least 3,000 career assists ... Also ranks 16th in aces with 81.












































JESSICA CLISH (FORT ST. JOHN, B.C.)



Lettered from 1996-98 ... Earned Big Sky All-Tournament Team honors in 1998 ... Helped Eastern win a share of the Big Sky Regular Season title in 1997 ... Played in 165 career sets, racking up 274 kills, 267 digs and 89 blocks.












































KIM EXNER (VERNON, B.C.)



Lettered from 1995-98 ... Inducted into EWU's Athletics Hall of Fame on Sept. 29, 2007 ... Played for the Canadian National Team for three years while playing professionally in Europe ... Two-time member of the AVCA All-District VIII Team and the only Eagle ever to earn AVCA National Player of the Week honors ... Twice earned Big Sky Player of the Year honors ... Three-time First Team All-Big Sky selection and recipient of 10 Big Sky Player of the Week awards ... First all-time in school history in kills (1,860) and second in total blocks (490).







































"Good people and a family-like setting made my time at Eastern very special. The location was close to home and my family was able to see A LOT of my games. You get to play high-calibre volleyball but keep the small-town, supportive atmosphere a priority. I did not want to be another number, and I enjoyed that about EWU."





LEA ANNE MUIR (WHITBY, ONTARIO)



Lettered from 1991-94 ... Played in 255 career sets, racking up 387 kills, 563 digs, 55 service aces and 51 total blocks ... Ranks 26th all-time in school history in career digs with 563.












































TINA KAAY (DELTA, B.C.)



Lettered from 1988-91 ... Earned Big Sky All-Academic honors in 1989, 1990 and 1991 ... Ranks first in school history in career sets played with 455 ... Also ranks second in career service aces with 136, sixth in career assists with 2522 and eighth in career digs with 985.












































JULI ARGOTOW (PORT ALBERNI, B.C)



Lettered from 1987-89 ... Enducted into EWU's Athletics Hall of Fame on Sept. 22, 2001 ... Earned Big Sky Player of the Year honors in 1989 and was a two-time All-Big Sky selection ... Received MVP honors at the 1989 Big Sky Tournament ... Led Eastern to its first-ever spot in the NCAA Championship in 1989 ... Ranks ninth all-time in career kills with 1,011 and third in kills per set (3.42) ... Also ranks ninth in digs with 972 and 17th with 39 solo blocks.












































JOLENE HARWOOD (DELTA, B.C.)



Lettered from 1984-87 ... Earned All-Big Sky Honorable Mention honors in 1987 ... Twice recognized as a Big Sky All-Academic selection ... Ranks first all-time in school history with 185 career solo blocks and 507 total blocks, the only player in program history with at least 500 career blocks ... Also ranks ninth in career sets played with 416.












































JACQUIE BLOOMER (VERNON, B.C.)



Lettered from 1983-84 ... Played in 172 career sets, racking up 89 kills, 181 digs, 30 service aces and 25 blocks.












































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