3 Brittney Page
|High School:||W.L. Seaton Secondary '02|
2005: Page had a career-high 16 kills against Jacksonville on Sept. 3. Page had six matches in which she had 10 kills or more. Twice in 2005, Page had a career-high six total blocks (Aug. 26 at Oregon and Sept. 25 at Idaho State). Page had 10 matches in 2005 where she had at least three blocks or more. Page had five matches where she had five blocks or more. In the 2005 Big Sky Tournament, Page hit .356 with 21 kills (2.10 per game), six assists, three aces, 14 digs and seven total blocks. 2004: Page played in 88 games, averaging 1.20 kills and 1.77 digs per game. She had one double-double with 10 kills and 12 digs versus Montana (11/12/04). She also had 15 kills and three blocks against Chicago State (9/18/04) early in the year when she saw the majority of the 12 starts she made for the Eagles. 2003: In her first year of action, Page played in 27 games averaging 0.52 kills and 0.59 digs per game. Personal: A redshirt at EWU in 2002, Page begins her final season on the court with the Eagles. With extensive international volleyball experience, the 6-foot-1 outside hitter played on Team British Columbia, which took first place in the Belgium International Tournament, and a bronze medal at the 2001 Canada Summer Games. She was a 2001 recipient of the Volleyball Canada Award and the British Columbia Volleyball award. Page played for the Vernon Volleyball Club team, which won the provincial championship and placed fifth at the national tournament. Her older sister Lindsay Page played for the Eagles from 2001-03. Her parents are Denby and Shari Page.