10 - Addie Webster
|High School:||Jesuit HS '05|
2005: Webster was named the 2005 Big Sky Conference Outstanding Freshman of the Year. Webster had 14 matches where she had 10 kills or more. Webster had a career-high 21 kills against Idaho State on Sept. 25. She had at least 10 digs or more in 20 matches. Against Charleston Southern on Sept. 3, Webster set a career-high with five aces. Webster had two aces or more in four matches and two blocks or more in 11 matches. She had 11 matches where she had at least 10 kills and 10 digs in the same match. In the 2005 Big Sky Conference Tournament, Webster hit .149 (2.17 kills per game) with 26 kills, nine assists, two aces and 50 digs. Personal: Webster was twice named as the 4A State Player of the Year while leading her team to two consecutive state championship games. Her team won the title her senior season with a 31-2 record and was runner-up her junior season with a 34-6 mark. Webster also earned first team all-state, first team OSAA all-tournament, and first team All-Metro League two years in a row. Her junior and senior years she was named Gatorade Player of the Year and a Prep-Volleyball.com All-American. Webster was nominated for the Johnny Carpenter Female Athlete of the Year Award. Webster is the daughter of Craig and Sharon Webster.