Randi Ewing
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Randi Ewing

Class:
Graduate Student

Hometown:
Englewood, N.J.

High School:
Dwight Englewood

Last College:
Fordham

Position:
MB


12/06/2013

Volleyball Bows Out of NCAA

Seniors shine in finale

12/03/2013

Volleyball Wins Three Major AAC Awards; Places Five on First Team

McClendon, Welch and Kordes win

11/27/2013

Volleyball Beats UConn to Stay Unbeaten in AAC

Cards move to 17-0

11/22/2013

Volleyball Sweeps Cincinnati; Moves to 16-0 in AAC

Cards shine on senior night

11/17/2013

Volleyball Clinches AAC Crown with Sweep of USF

15-0 Cards mathematically win the AQ with three matches left.

11/27/2013

LOUISVILLE v CONNECTICUT

Louisville Volleyball v Connecticut

11/22/2013

LOUISVILLE v CINCINNATI

Louisville Volleyball v Cincinnati

11/10/2013

LOUISVILLE v SMU

Louisville Volleyball v SMU

11/08/2013

LOUISVILLE v HOUSTON

Louisville Volleyball v Houston

10/13/2013

LOUISVILLE VOLLEYBALL v UCF

Louisville Volleyball v UCF

2012: Randi joins the Cardinals from Fordham University where she played three years before graduating and will use her final year of eligibility with U of L. She closed out her career by playing and starting in 32 matches for the Rams while tallying 241 kills and led the Rams in hitting percentage (.228) and total blocks (134). Randi started off the season with an eight-kill, five-block effort against Texas Tech and tallied eight kills the next day against Boston College. She registered seven blocks against NJIT and notched her first double-digit kill performance of the year with 12 against Stony Brook. She had 12 kills against Providence and had a notable match against La Salle, smacking 15 kills with six blocks before setting season-highs with 17 kills and nine blocks at Duquesne.

2011: Randi was named to the All-Northeast Region Team by COBRA Magazine and played in all 30 matches for the Rams. She led the squad with 125 total blocks and a 1.09 blocks per set average. Her block total was the sixth-highest single season mark at Fordham, while her blocks per set average ranked fourth all-time. She added 216 kills and a .221 hitting percentage. She totalled seven double-digit kill performances, while having six blocks or more on eight occasions.

2010: She started 16 of 22 matches as a sophomore, finishing as the team leader in blocks per set at 1.04 and solo blocks (20). Named Atlantic 10 Defensive Player of the Week once (10/26), she posted 71 kills, 11 digs, and 70 blocks overall. She had six kills and three blocks in matches against Dayton and Hofstra. Posted season-highs with nine kills and nine blocks at Rhode Island and was Named to the Atlantic 10 Commssioner's Honor Roll.

2009: Did not play as a freshman.

Prep: Randi was a three-year varsity volleyball player at the Dwight-Englewood School, where she served as team captain during her senior campaign and was an Honorable Mention All-Bergen County selection. She set the school records in kills and blocks, earning First Team All-League and the Sportsmanship Award from the BCSL Olympic Division in 2008. She capped her senior year earning the 2008 Ann M. Hardy Award, the highest award presented to a senior female athlete by Dwight-Englewood. She was a Second Team All-League selection as a junior and received the 2007 Elizabeth Carson Award, given to a female athlete for outstanding achievement in a single sport. Her club was the Do It Garden State Volleyball Club (DIGS).

Personal: Daughter of Rita and Patrick Ewing, Born April 21, 1991. She is studying for her master's degree in communication after obtaining an undergraduate degree in communications.

Favorites:
Athlete: Patrick Ewing
Post College Ambition: Staying in sports through sports broadcasting
Person with Greatest Influence: Her mom for driving her to every club practice and camp
Hobby: Reading
Movies: Love and Basketball, Bridesmaids, All the Harry Potter Movies
TV Shows: Castle,  Law and Order SVU
Musician: Beyonce
Food: Passion fruit
Book: The Great Gatsby
Sportscaster: Mike Breen
Person she'd most like to meet: Oprah Winfrey
Words that describe her: goofy, outgoing, sarcastic
Best advice: Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard
She chose U of L because: Anne Kordes and the feeling of "family" between all the athletes and fans
Vacation spot: Montego Bay, Jamaica

Career Highs
Kills: 18, at Duquesne (10/30/2011)
Assists: 1, 7x, last at Dayton (10/12/2012)
Digs: 4, vs. La Salle (10/20/2012)
Service Aces: N/A
Blocks: 12, at Saint Louis (10/28/2011)

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