12 Sarah Day
|Hometown:||Huntington Beach, Calif.|
|High School:||Edison HS|
TITANS `07: Played in 99 of the Titans' 111 games, making 10 starts Had 6 matches in which she scored 10-or-more kills including her season-best 16 on Sept. 11 at San Diego State Had three-or-more blocks in a match nine times In her second career game, she scooped 11 attack attempts, her only time with double digits in digs On Oct. 19 vs. UC Davis, she set season highs in solo blocks (3), block assists (8), and the 11.0 total blocks tied her for the second-best Titan block total on the year Was named to the Holiday Inn Buena Park Titan Classic all-tournament team after posting 30 kills and seven blocks to help the Titans to the tourney championship Was named to the Bronco Invitational all-tournament team after tallying 24 kills, 20 digs and 7 blocks in the opening weekend of the season at Boise State.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played just one varsity season in 2005 for the Edison Chargers in Huntington Beach, Calif. Was a two-time recipient of the Teacher's English and Math Awards Was on the honor roll all four years of her high school career.
PERSONAL: Born on July 14, 1989, in Santa Monica, Calif. Parents are David and Carol Day Has one younger brother, Kyle Full name is Sarah Ashley Day Majoring in kinesiology Has career goals of one day becoming a sports medicine trainer Also considered attending Long Beach State, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara and George Washington University Her best advice to kids would be to "Live life to the fullest." Enjoys swimming and show jumping (equestrian) Would have loved to meet Jacques Cousteau Says she is better than anyone she knows at cheering someone up, being a best friend, and making people smile/laugh in any situation She was a part of the Goldenwest 17 Volleyball Club team that placed second at the Junior Olympics in 2006 Also a part of the Goldenwest 18 Nike Team that took second at the Reno Volleyball Festival in 2007 Lists her silver medal from the Junior Olympics as her most prized possession Favorites include: Celine Dion, Third Eye Blind and 3 Doors Down (musical artists), "Grey's Anatomy" and "24" (TV shows), lasagna and all fruits except for bananas (food), Olympic Swimmer and medalist, Natalie Coughlin (athlete).