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Lisa Boyd
Lisa Boyd

Hometown:
Farmington, Mo.

High School:
Farmington HS

Height:
6-2

Position:
MB

Birthdate:
11/01/1982


Updated August 16, 2005

* Big 12 Leader in Hitting Percentage (2004)
* School Record Holder (Season Hitting Pct., 2004)
* Academic All-Big 12

Latest Feature Story:
Volleyball Q&A: Lisa Boyd

By Media Relations Staff of mutigers.com written Sunday, September 21, 2003

2004:
Led the conference and was in the top 25 in the nation in hitting percentage, clubbing a school-record .384 ... earned Academic All-Big 12 honors ... hit over .500 seven times, including two matches on back-to-back days with a .800 hitting percentage (vs. Creighton Sept. 10 and Mississippi State on Sept. 11) ... had 8 double-digit kill matches ... had at least 10 kills in eight of nine matches from Sept. 11-Oct. 9 ... had 11 kills and hit .533 in win over Southeast Missouri State on Sept. 21 ... posted a season and career-best 21 kills and hit .486 against No. 15 Texas A&M on Oct. 9 ... had 18 kills and a .552 hitting percentage against Texas Tech on Oct. 20 ... had 12 kills and hit .750 against Baylor on Nov. 20 ... hit .526 with 12 kills on Nov. 24 against Oklahoma ... has had at least five blocks in eight matches this season ... had a season-high eight blocks against Iowa State on Nov. 10 ... followed that with six blocks against No. 9 Texas on Nov. 14 ... recorded 20 kills and four blocks in the NCAA Second Round match against Louisville.

2003:
Led the team with a .287 hitting percentage on the year ... started 22 matches ... named to the Academic All-Big 12 First Team ... hit over .300 in 14 matches, over .400 in eight matches and over .500 in five matches ... had seven kills and hit .500 in season opener against Montana State ... hit over .300 in six of the first seven matches of the season ... had a career-high .667 mark against Toledo ... had a .375 hitting percentage in the three matches of the Utah Classic ... had 12 kills and a .348 hitting percentage against Utah Valley State and 10 kills and a .429 hitting percentage against Utah ... added three aces and four blocks against Utah ... had a season-high six block assists against Baylor on Sept. 17 ... hit .421 with 11 kills against Oklahoma on Sept. 20 ... had 11 kills and just one error, as she hit .588 against Iowa State on Oct. 8 ... recorded 11 kills and no errors for a .478 hitting percentage against Kansas State on Oct. 1 ... added five blocks against the Wildcats ... had four straight matches with at least 12 kills from Oct. 25-Nov. 5 (12 vs. Texas Tech; 14 vs. Texas; 16 vs. Texas A&M; 15 vs. Kansas) ... had a career night against Iowa State on Nov. 19, with 20 kills on 29 attacks for a .621 hitting percentage ... added six blocks (two solo and four assists) against the Cyclones.

2002:
Boyd missed the Tigers' first 13 matches due to a foot injury...played in 56 games and started eight matches for Missouri...averaged 1.54 kills per game and 0.48 blocks per game on the year... had a career-high nine kills twice, against Iowa State and Colorado... recorded eight kills against Baylor on Nov. 20...had seven kills against Colorado and in the NCAA Tournament against Northern Iowa...posted a season-high .389 hitting percentage against Baylor on Nov. 20... set a career-high with four block assists in MU's win over Oklahoma on Oct. 12...tied that career high with four block assists against Northern Iowa in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

2001:
Redshirt season.

High School:
Was a member of the National Honor Society... recognized by "Who's Who Among American High School Students,"and "Who's Who in Sports"...a three-time all-conference and all-district performer in volleyball, basketball and track...a member of the KREI Dream Team and was MVP of the team for two years in volleyball... was a member of the B-104 all-star basketball team...an honor-roll student all four years.

Personal:
Majoring in personal financial planning ... hobbies include spending time with friends...was attracted to MU by "the girls on the team, the coaches, all of the athletic and academic support that athletics gets and the community of Columbia as a whole" ... says that she is motivated by the fact that "someone is so sure that they can defeat me." ... born Lisa Marie Boyd on November 1, 1982.

More Features:
Volleyball Q&A: Lisa Boyd
By Media Relations Staff of mutigers.com written Sunday, September 21, 2003

Career Stats

YearKETAHit%ASADIGSBSTB
20028649265.14016129527
200327185649.2871213461381
200429771589.38470401495
TOTALS6542051503.299351411532203

Match Superlatives
Career Bests
Kills, 21, TEXAS A&M (10-9-04),
Attacks, 43, TEXAS A&M (11-1-03),
Hiiting %, .800, vs Mississippi St. (9-11-04),
Assists, 4, at Northern Iowa (12-7-03, NCAA 2R),
Aces, 3, twice,
Solo Blocks, 3, at Marquette (9-13-03),
Total Blocks, 8, at Iowa State (11-10-04),
Digs, 7, twice,
Points, 25, IOWA STATE (11-19-03),

2004 Season Bests
Kills, 21, TEXAS A&M (10-9-04),
Attacks, 42, LOUISVILLE (12-4-04),
Hiiting %, .800, vs Mississippi St. (9-11-04),
Assists, 1, 7 times,
Aces, 0, 29 times,
Solo Blocks, 2, 4 times,
Total Blocks, 8, at Iowa State (11-10-04),
Digs, 3, 6 times,
Points, 23.5, TEXAS A&M (10-9-04),

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