4 Jamie Bouyer
4 - Jamie Bouyer
Birth Date: 07/30/1983
Height: 6-0
Year: Senior
Hometown: Bedford Heights, Ohio
High School: Chanel
Position: MH


Enters her senior season with 1,196 kills and 431 blocks, and needs two blocks and 221 kills to become the school career leader in both categories. Also ranks second in hitting percentage (.323) and kills per game (3.57).

2003 - Junior Season

First team All-Horizon League pick for the second straight season...ranked eighth in the country in blocks (1.55) and 42nd with a .361 hitting percentage, pacing the league in both categories...second in the nation with 199 total blocks...second team CoSIDA Academic All-District and a member of the Horizon League Fall All-Academic Team...became just the second player in school history to record 500 kills in a season...second in the league with 643 points and seventh in kills per game (3.92)...named league player of the week on Sept. 22 after hitting .455 with 5.21 kpg and 1.93 bpg in CSU's three matches...became just the eighth player in school history with 1,000 career kills on Oct. 7...posted a career-high 26 kills on Sept. 20 against both Northern Illinois and Virginia Tech...tallied 16 kills, a career-best 10 digs and eight blocks against UW-Green Bay (10/24)...had 15 kills and a career-high 11 blocks in sweep of UIC (10/4)...earned all-tournament honors at Valparaiso Popcorn Classic, Medical Mutual CSU Invitational and Virginia Tech Invitational...tallied double-digit kills in all but six matches, including seven contests with 20 or more...posted at least five blocks in 22 of 34 matches...hit .400 or better in nearly half of team's matches (15-of-34)...notched five double-doubles.

2002 - Sophomore Season

Named to the All-Horizon League first team...also a member of the 2002 Horizon League Fall All-Academic Team...ranked third in the league in hitting percentage (.320), fifth in blocks per game (1.04) and sixth in kills per game (3.52)...earned Horizon League Player of the Week honors on Nov. 4 after posting 51 kills, a .518 hitting percentage and 12 blocks against St. Francis, UW-Milwaukee & UW-Green Bay...team leader in hitting percentage and blocks per game and was second in kills per game...401 kills ranks 10th on CSU season charts, while hitting percentage stands third...also ranked in season leaders in block assists (2nd - 98) and total blocks (3rd - 119)...posted a career-high 24 kills against UW-Milwaukee (11/1), starting a string of three consecutive matches with at least 20 kills...recorded 17 kills and a .500 hitting percentage versus Youngstown State (10/25)...tallied 14 kills, a .571 hitting percentage and tied her career-high with 10 blocks versus Elon (9/14)...had 23 matches with double-digit kills, including four with 20 or more.

2001 - Freshman Season

Named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team...ranked among league leaders in blocking (3rd - 1.22 bpg) and hitting percentage (7th - .272)...ranks among the CSU season leaders in block assists (3rd - 94) and total blocks (5th - 113)...named to the all-tournament team at the Clarion Westgate Rocket Classic after averaging 3.70 kills per game and hitting .470 (37K-6E-66TA) in three matches...posted season-highs with 20 kills against UW-Green Bay (10/5) and 10 blocks against Youngstown State (10/27)...recorded a career-high 19 digs at Kent State (10/30)...second on the squad in kills per game with 3.15...had 17 double-digit kill outings...played in 93 games and saw action in all 26 matches.

High School

Four-year letterwinner in volleyball at Chanel...team captain for the Firebird volleyball team as a senior...MVP in 1999 and 2000...named first-team all-North Coast League as a senior...also earned two letters in track.


Born July 30, 1983 in Cleveland, Ohio...daughter of Samuel Jr. and Jean Bouyer...has two older brothers, Samuel, who is in the Navy, and Darcel...majoring in sports management...member of the Dean's List every semester...member of the CSU Student-Athlete Advisory Council and the Horizon League Student-Athlete Advisory Committee...earned CSU Athletic Academic Excellence Award in 2002, `03 & `04...participated in the 2003 NCAA Leadership Conference in Orlando, Fla.