2004: Was injured early in the season after starting 14 matches at middle hitter ... Finished with 86 kills in 52 games played for Tech ... Had 41 total blocks, three solo, in limited action ... Started season strong with career-high 17 kills in second contest, a win over Appalachian State ... Totaled seven blocks or more on two occasions.
2003: Registered the team's only solo block against BIG EAST foe Rutgers ... Had seven kills while hitting .455 against Radford ... Played one of her best matches of the season in near upset of No. 12 Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. ... Recorded new bests in kills (9), attempts (22), digs (4) and block assists (2) against the Irish.
2002: Appeared in 19 matches, playing in 28 games for the Hokies ... Finished fourth on the team with five solo blocks ... Tallied 32 kills on the season ... Recorded a season-high seven kills on 13 attempts against Providence ... Notched three digs in the win over Radford ... Had a season-high .750 hitting percentage (3-0-4) against St. John's ... Tallied two kills on four attempts in the win over James Madison.
High School: A four-year letterwinner for Coach Patty Childress at Grandview High School ... Was a three-time first-team all-conference selection ... Was a two-time honorable mention all-state selection and team MVP ... Was named to the 2001 5A senior all-star team ... Played for Front Range VBC.
Personal: Elisabeth Erin Kapp was born on January 13, 1984, in Aurora, Colo. ... Is the daughter of Greg and Donna Kapp ... Has three younger siblings, Daryl, Lydia and Joel ... Is enrolled in international studies.