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Clemson Adds Three To Volleyball Roster For 2001 Season

April 12, 2001

CLEMSON, S.C. – The Clemson volleyball team has added three more players to its 2001 roster, announced head coach Jolene Jordan Hoover. Breezy Ambort, Leslie Finn and Stephanie Haskell will compete for the Tigers in 2001.

“We are very pleased to announce the addition of Breezy, Leslie and Stephanie to our team, said head coach Jolene Jordan Hoover. “Breezy and Leslie are teammates for the very competitive Sunwest Club, and Stephanie plays for Clubsouth, one of the top teams in South Carolina. With the addition of Lori Ashton, who signed with us in November, this is a very talented and athletic class.”

Ambort, a 5’10” setter from San Diego, CA, played for University City High School and the Sunwest Club. She led her high school team to the California Interscholastic Federation Division II Championship this year and was named to the All-CIF Division II first team as well as the All-CIF All-Divisions second team. As a senior, Ambort was an all-league first team selection and was named to the San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic first team. As a junior, Ambort was named the San Diego Union-Tribune Female Athlete of the Year for the San Diego section as a standout in volleyball, basketball and softball and was a member of the San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team in all three sports. In 1998, her sophomore year, Ambort broke the school record for saves and was named to the All-CIF Division II second team.

Finn, a 5’11” outside hitter also from San Diego, CA, played for Scripps Ranch High School and the Sunwest Club. She is a member of the Division I all-league first team and was also selected to the All-CIF Division I first team. Finn was also named to the San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic first team and was a scholastic All-CIF selection in 1999. She was the Coca-Cola Golden Spike MVP and was named to the all-tournament team. Finn was the team captain in 1998 and 2000 and was selected as the most improved player in 1999.

Haskell, a 5’8″ setter from Simpsonville, SC, played for Mauldin High School and Clubsouth. She was named the MVP of the North All-Star Team as well as a CAWS all-star in 2000 after helping lead her team to the 2000 region Championship (20-0). Haskell received Region I-AAAA Player of the Year honors in 1998 and 2000, and was named all-region 1997-2000. She received Mauldin’s MVP honors three times (1998-2000) and was the best offensive player in 1997. Haskell is a member of Who’s Who Among American High School Students and is a member of the National Honor Society. She received an academic letter in 1998-2000 and was on the golden honor roll 1997-2000.

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