21 Breanna Trudeau
|High School:||Canyon High School|
|Previous College:||College of the Canyons|
TITANS `05: Played in 43 of 109 games in her first season with the Titans Had seven games (including six in a row) with 10-or-more kills in 15 matches played Had a season-high 17 kills on Sept. 17 against Southern Methodist Posted her highest hitting percentage on Sept. 24 when she hit .360 against Cal State Northridge Recorded a season-high 13 digs on Sept. 30 against UC Davis, her only time in double-digits Had six blocks (1 BS, 5 BA) on Sept. 17 in the Titans' win against Southern Methodist.
COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS: Played two seasons for the Cougars under head coach Lisa Hooper She earned all-conference honors and team MVP her sophomore campaign Posted the highest hitting percentage (.483) of any JC player in California and had the second-most kills-per-game (5.05) Tallied 303 in 499 attempts to lead the Cougars in 2004 Also blocked 49 kill attempts in 60 games (0.82 per game).
HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year letterman for the Canyon High School Cowboys and also spent a season on the softball field her freshman year Was a two-time All-Foothill League selection (2001 and 2003) as well as the Team MVP her senior year In addition to her athletic endeavors, she earned the Anatomy Award, All-Scholar History Award and the Academic Award for her GPA.
PERSONAL: Born on August 22, 1985, in Tarzana, Calif. Her full name is Breanna Michelle Trudeau Parents are Mike Trudeau and Cheryol Winburn Has four siblings, Shawna (30), Jessica (24), Sean (13) and Sarah (5) Majoring in health science Nickname is "Trudy" Lists her father as the most influential person on her volleyball career Lists all her pictures of family and friends as her most prized possessions Would like to work for a plastic surgeon someday Enjoys dancing, hanging out with friends Favorites include: eating sushi, wakeboarding and getting together with her family Would have liked to have met Marilyn Monroe Her advice to kids is "Get involved and stand up for what you believe in."