Juhl leads with 21 kills
Cards roll 3-1 on ESPNU-televised match
Juhl leads with 10 kills
Mattingly and McClendon each have 7 kills
Juhl and Mattingly Named All-Tournament
Louisville Volleyball v SMU
Louisville Volleyball v Houston
Louisville Volleyball 2013 Alumnae Game
The Cards finished 30-4 (14-1) and as OVC Champions
Louisville Volleyball v Belmont | NCAA First Round
2012: Hannah made the USA National A2 team and won the gold in Dallas last summer. Playing setter in the 6-2 system, she was second the team with 691 assists (5.71/set) and recorded 11 blocks (0.10/set). She led the team with 32 aces with the best ration of service aces to attempts. She was fourth on the team with 209 digs (1.73/set) adding seven double-doubles. She had 17 matches of 20 or more assists. She set a season-high against when she dished out 44 assists to go along with six digs and six blocks against WKU. She had a season hi8gh four aces against UNLV and had 18 digs in that same match, also a season high. She posted 22 assists in the NCAA Second Round match versus eventual Final Four team Michigan.
2011: Hannah sat out the 2011 season as a transfer.
2010 (At Saint Louis): Hannah earned Atlantic 10 All-Rookie honors last year after being a part of a highly touted recruiting class. Named Rookie of the Week twice, she played in 122 sets and averaged 10.52 assists per match which ranked 4th in the Atlantic 10 Conference. She also had 131 kills on 298 swings for a .309 average. Recording 28 aces, she also had 43 total blocks. High School: Hannah was a finalist for the 2009 PrepVolleyball.com Andi Collins Award, presented to the nation's top setter. She captured 2009 PrepVolleyball.com High School All-America honors after being named one of PrepVolleyball.com's Senior Aces 150. Also named one of PrepVolleyball.com's top 250 recruits for 2010, she garnered 2009 Champaign News-Gazette All-State first team nod after earning special mention honors in 2008. She was the 2009 Quincy Herald-Whig Student-Athlete of the Year and graduated with a school-record 2,582 assists, which ranks 10th all time in Illinois. After piloting her team to a 36-5 record and a fourth-place finish at the 2009 IHSA Class 4A state tournament , the Blue Devils captured conference, regional and sectional titles in 2009. Kvitle was the 2008 and 2009 Quincy Herald-Whig Player of the Year after being named to the All-Area second team in 2007. She set her school's single-season marks for assists (881) and aces (73) as a senior and guided her team to a 35-4 mark in 2008 in addition to conference and regional titles. Leading Quincy area with 804 assists in 2008, she was three-time All-Conference pick and team MVP. In 2006, her team finished with a 33-7 mark, captured regional and sectional crowns and advanced to the IHSA Class AA state tournament. As a three-time Academic All-Conference first-team honoree, she is a three-year member of the High Honor Roll and earned the 2008 Calculus Award. A National Honor Society and Phi Theta Kappa Collegiate Honors Society member and she was a member of the Rockwood Thunder 161 club team and the CYC 17's Green club squad. Her older sister, Emily, played volleyball at Mississippi and her grandfather Emil Verban, who was an All-Star selection from 1945-47, played for the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals and Philadelphia Phillies.
Personal: Daughter of Kirk and Barbara Kvitle. Born January 24, 1992. Major is special education.
Favorites Volleyball players: Gwen Rucker Hobbies: dancing, guitar, cooking, arts and crafts Class: Science Book: Redeeming Love Words that describe her: motivated, spunky, competitive Favorite movie: Home Alone; TV Shows: Modern Family Musical groups: John Mayer, Maroon 5 Food: Ice cream People she'd most like to meet: Ellen Degeneres What people should know about her: She wants to be a principal someday.