Sand Volleyball

Felicia Arriola
Felicia Arriola

RS Senior

Laguna Niguel, Calif.

High School:
Dana Hills HS




Commencement Saturday Features 85 Student-Athletes

LMU Congratulates 85 student-athletes who graduated on Saturday.


Championships Honors at 9th Annual Iggys

Conference titles by men's soccer and women's water polo highlight 2014 Lions Athletic Fund Iggy Awards on Thursday Night.


Arriola-Keil Head to AVCA Sand National Championships

Felicia Arriola and Litara Keil qualified for the AVCA Sand National Championships this weekend.


Lions Drop Final Tune-Up Before USAV Invitational

LMU lost by a count of 4-1 on Wednesday at UCLA.


Lions Split Pair of Sand Matches Tuesday

LMU defeated CSU Bakersfield before falling to Long Beach State.


2013 Women's Sand Volleyball

2013 Women's Sand Volleyball

Felicia Arriola is in her fifth season with LMU volleyball, holding redshirt-senior eligibility after missing the entire 2011 season due to offseason surgery...

2012... appeared in all 31 of LMU's matches on the year, starting 29... managed 271 kills at a rate of 2.38 per set to place third on the team in that category... served-up 18 aces and notched 252 digs to finished second on the team... collected 38 total blocks, including two solos and 36 assists... managed four double-doubles on the year... named to Golden Dome Invitational All-Tournament team... season-best 15 kills came against Virginia Tech on September 7 and against Xavier on September 15... served-up career-high tying three aces on October 4 vs. #16 BYU... posted back-to-back 13 kill performances against #16 BYU (October 4) and Saint Mary's (October 6)... managed 16 and 17 digs in back-to-back matches at #23 Pepperdine (10/25) and vs. Gonzaga (10/27)...

2011... granted a medical redshirt after having offseason surgery... an LMU Pride Award honoree...

2010... appeared in 29 of LMU's 30 matches as a sophomore, including starting 28... amassed 240 kills at a rate of 2.35 per set... finished third on the team in terms of kills and second in terms of attacks with 709... managed 15 service aces and 233 digs at a rate of 2.28 per set... totaled 23 blocks, including three block solos and 20 block assists... named Utah State Invitational Tournament MVP and All-Tournament at Utah State and the Luxe City Center Trojan Invite hosted by USC... accumulated six double-double matches, including 19 kills and 14 digs against Cal State Fullerton on August 28... posted a season-best 23 kills on .553 hitting against Utah Valley on September 18 to help LMU to the Utah State Invitational Championship... served-up three aces in back-to-back matches against Portland and Gonzaga on October 14 and 16... managed 17 digs on three different occasions...

2009... played in 61 sets for the Lions as a freshman... missed nearly a month of the season due to injury... finished the year with 28 kills on 111 attacks... posted 165 digs and three service aces... averaged 2.70 digs per set... total digs ranked 10th overall in the WCC... on the block, amassed two block solos, four block assists and six total blocks... season-best eight kills came against Arkansas on August 29, helping LMU to the 2009 Nike/Molten Invitational Championship... hit a season-high .240 (8-2/25) in that match against the Razorbacks... dished-out three of her 16 assists on the season at Portland on October 8... a season-high 20 digs came on November 5 versus Gonzaga... 129 digs in WCC matches alone placed first on the team and ninth overall in the conference...

A 2009 graduate of Dana Hills High School in Dana Point, Calif.... was a four-year varsity starter for coach Lael Fresenius... named All-South Coast League at the conclusion of each of her four seasons on the court... a three-time Most Valuable Player for her squad... garnered a spot on the 2008 La Jolla All-Tournament team... served as a team captain as a senior... named first team All-America after helping the Laguna Beach Volleyball Club to a 16U Open Junior Olympic Championship... was a member of the Laguna Beach 18 1's club team, considered by many to be the No. 1 club team in the state of California...

Felicia Andrea Arriola was born October 12, 1990, in Riverside, Calif... daughter of Andrea and Frank Arriola... father played football at Arizona... has a brother, Frank, and a sister, Serena... also recruited by LSU, Rutgers, Fresno State, George Washington, Chico State, Texas State and Howard University, but chose LMU because it is an all-around perfect fit for her, including the strong academics and quality volleyball program... an athletic training major.


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