Kenzie Higareda
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Kenzie  Higareda

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Woodbridge, Va.

High School:
Forest Park

Height:
5-1

Position:
Libero/Defensive Specialist


08/27/2016

Volleyball vs. American - 8/26/16

Volleyball vs. American - 8/26/16

08/27/2016

Volleyball vs. Howard - 8/27/16

Volleyball vs. Howard - 8/27/16

11/23/2015

Volleyball vs. Creighton - 11/20/15

Volleyball vs. Creighton - 11/20/15

10/26/2015

Georgetown volleyball vs. Providence - 10/25/15

Georgetown volleyball vs. Providence - 10/25/15

09/27/2015

Georgetown volleyball vs. Seton Hall - 9/27/15

Georgetown volleyball vs. Seton Hall - 9/27/15

2016: Played in all 31 matches and 114 sets, again anchoring the team’s defense … Became just the 10th player in program history with 1,000 career digs (1,009) … Collected 102 assists and 29 service aces on the season, tying her career-high with eight assists against FAU (9/2) … Finished with 465 total digs (4.08 digs per set), including a season-high 25 digs against St. John’s (11/5) … Posted double-figure digs in 26 matches, including eight with at least 20 … Had a career best five service aces against Seton Hall (9/27) … Put together five attacks in the 3-1 victory over Providence (10/7) … Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Stetson/USF Invitational (9/3).

2015: Played in all 31 matches and all 116 sets as a freshman, serving as the team's libero ... Set the Georgetown single-season record with 544 digs, averaging 4.69 digs per set, and finished second on the team with 30 service aces and 116 assists ... Ranked third in the BIG EAST in digs and digs per set ... Named to the JMU Invitational All-Tournament Team (9/19) ... Had 11 matches with at least 20 digs ... Recorded a career-high 34 digs in the season finale vs. Creighton (11/20) ... Had a season-high three service aces on four separate occasions ... Recorded a season-high eight assists at James Madison (9/18).

Prior to Georgetown: Ranked among PrepVolleyball.com's Senior Aces top 250 and labeled a Defensive Dandy, played four years of varsity volleyball and lacrosse at Forest Park High School, serving as a team captain for both squads as a senior ... Led the Forest Park volleyball team to two district championships as well as one conference championship ... Following her senior season, was named the Conference 4A Player of the Year ... Earned first team all-district all four years as well as first team all-region honors three times and was selected first team all-state as a junior ... Holds the Virginia state record with 1,913 career digs ... Participated in the USA Volleyball High Performance A1/A2 programs from 2009-13, winning a silver medal at the 2013 USAV High Performance Championships in the International Youth Division ... Concluded her club volleyball career by winning a gold medal at the 2015 USAV Girls' Junior National Championships in the 18 National Division ... On the lacrosse field, Higareda scored 155 goals, collected 172 ground balls and 120 draw controls ... Following her senior season, Higareda was named 6A First Team All-State, 6A South Region Player of the Year and Conference 4 Player of the Year ... Earned first team all-district honors three times and second team once, first team all-region twice and second team once ... Led the Forest Park lacrosse team to two district championships and one regional championship ... In the classroom, received the 2011 Presidents Education Award ... Her older sister, Kirsten, played volleyball at Virginia Tech from 2008-11.
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October 21
7:00 PM
Villanova
Villanova, Pa.
October 27
7:00 PM
Xavier
Cincinnati, Ohio
October 29
2:00 PM
Butler
Indianapolis, Ind.
November 3
6:00 PM
St. Johns
McDonough Arena
November 4
6:00 PM
Seton Hall
McDonough Arena
November 10
6:00 PM
Marquette
Milwuakee, Wis.
November 12
2:00 PM
DePaul
Chicago, Ill.
November 17
6:00 PM
Providence
McDonough Arena

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November 18
6:00 PM
Creighton
McDonough Arena