Sixth-straight fall listing where the Gamecocks have posted the most student-athletes on the list
Sophomore Paige Wheeler tallied 12 digs
Redshirt freshman Cara Howley posted a team-best 14 kills and a .333 hitting percentage in the win
Stenlund's 2008 Match-by-Match Statistics
Stenlund's 2009 Match-by-Match Statistics
Stenlund's 2010 Match-by-Match Statistics
Stenlund's 2011 Match-by-Match Statistics
- 2011 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
- 2010 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
- 2009 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
- 2008-09 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Finished her career in the top 30 all-time at South Carolina in all four blocking categories: T-21st in solo blocks (32), 28th in block assists (162), 27th in total blocks (194) and 26th in blocks per set (0.63)...Also stands 17th in hitting percentage (.245) and in the top 50 in kills (495, 46th), attempts (1,247, 46th), points (618, 47th) and points per set (2.00, 42nd).
2011 (SENIOR): Started 23 matches and played in 29...Led the Gamecocks with a .302 hitting percentage (minimum 300 swings) and 0.78 blocks per set...Her 2.18 kills per set ranked second on the team...Posted double-digit kills 11 times, leading the team on three occasions...Four of those double-digit kill matches came in her last five matches (11/11-20)...Her best match came in the start of that stretch, hitting .636, ninth-best by an SEC player on the year, with a career-best 15 kills at Arkansas (11/11)...Posted a season-best eight blocks in the win over UNC Asheville (9/3), which clinched the 2011 Gamecock Invitational title...Had 11 kills without an error in the win at Mississippi (10/16)...Closed her career with a personal-best two aces at No. 17 Florida (11/23)...Claimed a spot on the Southeastern Conference Fall Academic Honor Roll.
2010 (JUNIOR): Started all 28 matches in which she played...Led the team in kills once and blocks on 12 occasions...Posted six or more blocks in five matches...Had a season-best 10 kills against Clemson (9/3)...Followed that with nine against the College of Charleston and seven versus Winthrop (9/4)...Posted eight kills in consecutive outings in the Gamecock Invitational against South Carolina State and Furman (9/10)...Had seven blocks, five of them solo, in the tourney finale against Lipscomb (9/11)...Those five solo stuffs tied Lori Rowe's three-set match record set in 1983...Posted a career-best 14 points on nine kills and nine blocks, including a career-best eight block assists, at home against Arkansas (10/1)...After missing a weekend, returned with eight kills in the sweep of Kentucky (10/22)...Had a combined 15 kills and 14 blocks assists in the home wins over Alabama and Mississippi State (11/12-13)...Named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
2009 (SOPHOMORE): One of four Gamecocks that played in all 30 matches, getting time in 102 sets...Had one match in double-digit kills while leading the team once...Either led or tied for the team lead in blocks nine times...Hit .643 on nine kills while adding five blocks in the win over the College of Charleston (8/29)...Made the Gamecock Invitational All-Tournament Team after compiling 14.5 points in the event...Posted a career best with four digs in the win over UNC Greensboro in the home tourney (9/5)...Tallied 11 kills on a .562 hitting percentage in the sweep of Mississippi (9/20)...Also made a career-best two assists against the Rebels...Had five blocks twice, including at home against No. 15 Kentucky (10/4)...Posted five kills in the sweep at Georgia (10/16)...Added five kills at No. 10 Kentucky (11/20)...Earned a spot on the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2008 (FRESHMAN): Made one start and played in six matches during her limited freshman season...In her only start, she recorded a .643 hitting percentage on nine kills while also making three blocks in the sweep of eventual SEC Western Division champion LSU (9/19)...Saw her only other significant playing time against the Tigers in Baton Rouge (10/26), making two kills and three digs in the contest...Also played at Mississippi, Arkansas and Georgia and in the home contest against the Razorbacks...Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three volleyball letters for coach Evren Tanriverdi at Beckman High School...Earned first-team All-Pacific Coast League honors two-consecutive years...The Tustin News and Orange County Register Player of the Year in 2007...Tallied 164 kills and 100 blocks during her senior season for the Patriots...Led Beckman to the second round of the California Interscholastic Federation tournament for the first time in school history...The Patriots fell to eventual state champion Laguna Beach...Also earned All-Irvine accolades during her three seasons...Earned a spot on the Principal's Honor Roll...Played with her younger sister Karolina on Beckman's squad in 2007.
PERSONAL: Teresa Ulla Stenlund is the daughter of Bo and Yolanda Stenlund...Chose South Carolina over Washington, Colorado and Colorado State, among others...Her sister, Karolina, played volleyball at nearby Augusta State in 2010...Likes eating Chinese food...Majoring in hospitality management.
STENLUND'S CAREER HIGHS
Kills: 15, Arkansas (11/11/11)
Attacks: 31, Georgia (11/20/11)
Hitting Percentage (Min. 12 Attacks): .643, twice, last College of Charleston (8/29/09)
Assists: 3, Mississippi State (10/8/10)
Service Aces: 2, Florida (11/23/11)
Digs: 5, 2x, last Alabama (11/6/11)
Block Solos: 5, Lipscomb (9/11/10)
Block Assists: 8, Arkansas (10/1/10)
Total Blocks: 9, Arkansas (10/1/10)