Justine Record

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  • Justine
  • Record

  • Position
    Outside Hitter
  • Class
  • Height
    5' 8
  • High School/Other
  • Club Team
  • Hometown
    Redwood City, Calif.
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Attack Serve Block

General: Wrapped up her career ranking fourth on Tech’s all-time service aces list with 176 … Also ranks seventh all-time at Tech with 1,238 career digs.

2011: Appeared in all 31 matches, missing just one start while playing in 115 sets … Finished her final season with 257 kills, 48 aces, 380 digs and 51 blocks … Led the squad with 12 double-doubles …Threw down 13 kills, while adding 13 digs at Virginia … Scooped up 20 digs against NC State … Tallied 17 kills and 19 digs against North Carolina … Tossed up five aces to go along with 12 digs against Boston College … Scooped up 16 digs and added 10 kills against Clemson … Threw down 19 kills and scooped up 21 digs against Wake Forest … Tallied six aces, 11 kills and 12 digs in season-opening weekend against High Point … Was named to the Preseason All-ACC team.

2010:Appeared in 32 matches, playing in all 120 sets as a junior … Led the ACC in service aces, averaging 0.38 per set for a total of 46, and finished 42nd in the nation in aces per set … Second on the team with 300 digs and third with 293 kills, while adding 32 assists and 35 total blocks … Second on the team with nine double-doubles … Notched 17 double-digit kill matches and 13 double-digit dig matches … Led the team in kills eight times and in digs three times … Recorded a team-season-high of 26 kills while adding 20 digs on Oct. 29 to help lead Tech to its first ever defeat of an AVCA top-25 team, No. 25 Florida State … Was the first Hokie since 2006 to notch 20-or-more digs and kills in the same match and the only Hokie all season to record 20-plus kills or 20-plus digs as part of a double-double … Named Virginia Tech Athlete of the Week on Nov. 1 for her performance against FSU and Miami … Registered a career-high six service aces at No. 13 Florida State on Sept. 26, the most since 2008 and the seventh-most all-time … Notched 11 multi-ace matches … Earned three aces against the three-time defending national champion No. 8/4 Penn State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, who then went on to win its fourth consecutive national championship… Moved into ninth place all-time at Virginia Tech in career aces, with 128.

2009: Possibly the most improved player on the team in her sophomore season … Played in all 31 matches, starting 25 of them, and 119 sets … Led the team in kills (333), kills per set (2.80) and service aces (53) … Second on the team in digs, totaling 302 on the year … Named second-team all-state by VaSID … Landed 26 kills in a win over Clemson, the most by a single Hokie in a match since 2004 … Followed up that performance by drilling 23 kills against Boston College … Received ACC Player of the Week on Oct. 19 … Tallied a team-high 20 double-digit kill matches, and tied for the squad lead with eight double-doubles in 2009 … Averaged 0.45 service aces per set, second-best in the conference and 22nd-best in the country … Led the team in kills in 12 of 13 matches at one point in the season, including eight straight contests.

2008: Ranked second on the team in digs, with 256, and third on the squad in kills, with 238 on the season … Averaged 2.31 kills per set, third-highest on the squad … Recorded five double-doubles and 13 double-digit dig matches on the year, ranking second for the Hokies in both categories … Tallied 10 double-digit kill matches … Totaled 23 blocks and 29 service aces on the year … Played in 30 matches and 103 sets … Registered a career-high 19 kills in a 3-2 victory over Arkansas in the Arkansas Tournament … Dug a career-high 16 attacks and added 18 kills at North Carolina … Named to the Arkansas Tournament all-tournament team.

High School:Earned three first-team All-Peninsula Athletic League honors … Member of Vision 18-1’s squad which took bronze medal in the 18 Open division at the 2008 USA Junior Nationals for coaches Jason Mansfield and Ryan Cooling … 2008 Carlmont High School Female Athlete of the Year … Named player of the year in 2006 by San Mateo County Times … Three time all-area honoree … Anchored team that was a three-time league champion … Named one of the top high school sophomores by prepvolleyball.com … Coached by Irene Oliviera, … Played for City Beach and Vision volleyball clubs for Mansfield, Cooling, Jason Dupler and Chris Crader.

Personal:Justine Veronica Record was born on Dec. 2, 1989, in Redwood City, Calif. … Daughter of Kevin and Angie Record and Jean Pierro Iuliano … Has two sisters, Alma and Veronica … Majoring in English.