Graduation ceremonies held for Class of 2012.
LMU will add sand volleyball for the spring of 2012.
LMU will look to finish the season on a high note when it travels to No. 23 Long Beach State for a match on Wednesday night.
LMU celebrated its senior day on Saturday before dropping a match to USF.
LMU will honor its four graduating seniors before Saturday's match against San Francisco, the only match on the schedule this week for LMU.
Head Coach Tom Black will serve in the same capacity for the sand volleyball team that will be added this spring.
Scott Cunningham Photos October 29, 2011
Kate Remsen Photos November 5, 2011
Volleyball vs. Gonzaga - October 29, 2011 Photos by Scott Cunningham
Matt Balentine Photos October 6, 2011
LMU Volleyball vs. Cal State Fullerton - August 26, 2011
2011...started 11 of the 27 matches in which an appearance was made... in 78 sets recorded 178 kills and 52 digs... posted a season high 17 kills against San Fransico (Nov. 19)... recorded double figures in kills in seven matches... was credited with at least eight kills in five game played over a six day period (Sept. 4-10)... recorded season high six digs against San Jose State (Sept. 17) and Saint Mary's (Oct. 22)... recored eight total aces setting both a season and career high...
2010...appeared in 16 matches and 29 sets for the Lions... totaled 23 kills on 82 attacks... collected her lone service ace on October 14 versus Portland... amassed two block solos and 10 block assists over the course of the year, averaging .41 blocks per set... had a big day on the block against Pepperdine on October 9, posting four block assists and five total blocks... posted three kills in as many attacks against Oral Roberts on September 4...
2009... played in just 16 sets as a sophomore due to injury... collected seven kills on the year... teamed for four block assists, posting two in each of her final two matches played... managed four total blocks, averaging .25 blocks per set... season-high three kills came at Santa Clara on November 21... dished out her only two assists of the year at San Francisco on November 19... her three digs at Santa Clara on November 21 fell just one short of a career high...
2008... appeared in 15 of LMU's 30 matches, starting four, despite missing time due to injury... collected 37 kills on the year... managed 10 blocks, including three solos and seven assists... notched her only service ace on October 11 versus then-No. 17 Pepperdine... had a season-high 10 kills and .471 hitting percentage against Lipscomb on September 5... collected her high of four block assists against UC Santa Barbara on September 16...
A 2008 graduate of Sequin High School in Sequin, Texas... member of the Austin Juniors Club team... was a three-year varsity starter in high school... earned All-League honors at the conclusion of her sophomore through senior seasons... named first team All-District and All-State after her senior campaign... guided her team to the 2005 and 2007 State Playoffs... named to Prep Volleyball's 2008 "Senior Aces" list... served as team captain as a senior and won Team MVP in her final two seasons... voted Most Athletic Female as a senior... competed against current LMU teammate, Olivia Bailey, in high school...
Emily DeHaven Cheek was born July 1, 1990, in Dallas, Texas... daughter of Suzanne and Louis Cheek... has two brothers, Joseph and Henry, and a sister, Abby... also recruited by the University of Tennessee, University of Georgia, University of Alabama, University of Pacific and Baylor, but chose LMU because of the strong academic programs, the volleyball program, the smaller and more personal setting, and the beach... a communication major.
Cheek's Career Stats
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