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4 Robyn Burton
2011: Selected an AVCA 2nd Team and Daktronics 3rd Team All-American, becoming second-ever Seawolf to earn full-fledged honors and first to earn recognition on both squads … earned first-team all-region honors from both AVCA (coaches) and Daktronics (sports info directors) as well … voted unanimous First Team All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference by league’s coaches after pacing league in both attack percentage (.416, 3rd nationally) and blocks per set (1.12, 29th nationally) … broke school record for season attack pct. (.333, Tammy Middaugh, 1982) by 83 points and enters junior season as career record-holder by 63 points (.365 to .302) over former teammate Cortney Lundberg (2008-10) … named to NCAA West Regional All-Tournament Team after hitting .619 (14 kills-1 error-21 attacks) and making 4 blocks in UAA’s 4-set NCAA Tournament loss at top-ranked and eventual national runner-up Cal State San Bernardino … helped Seawolves lead GNAC and set school record with .236 team attack pct., as UAA went 18-9 overall and placed runner-up by just one match in GNAC (13-5) … hit .500 or better on 12 occasions, tallied double-digit kills 19 times, and posted 5 or more blocks in 10 matches … hit for career- and GNAC season-highs of .769 (11-1-13) in sweep of Cal St. Dominguez Hills and .765 (13-0-17) in home sweep of Alaska Fairbanks … named GNAC Player of the Week for Sept. 20-26 after hitting .500 with 4.00 kills and 2.00 blocks per set in road sweep of Western Washington and Simon Fraser; equaled career-high with 10 total blocks at WWU … chosen GNAC co-Player of the Week for Nov. 1-7 after hitting .428 with 3.88 kps in home sweep of NW Nazarene and Central Washington … had 14 kills on .344 hitting and 9 blocks (3 solo) in 4-set home win over 15th-ranked Seattle Pacific … named all-tourney at Coyote Labor Day Classic, boosted by 13 kills, .545 hitting and 6 total blocks in 5-set victory over Chico State — a win that eventually proved critical in securing UAA’s third straight playoff berth … finished sophomore season with UAA career ranks of 1st in attack pct. (.365), 2nd in blocks per set (1.19), 10th in total blocks (234) and block assists (194), and tied for 16th in solo blocks (40).

2010:
Delivered one of top rookie seasons in program history, leading Great Northwest Athletic Conference and ranking 7th in NCAA Division II with 1.25 blocks per set … voted All-GNAC 2nd Team, becoming first Seawolf freshman to earn 1st- or 2nd-team honors since league’s formation in 2001 … ranked 5th in GNAC with .297 attack pct., boosted by six matches with .400-plus hitting … on UAA single-season lists, ranked 7th in attack pct. (No. 2 among freshmen), 7th in block assists (110), 9th in blocks per set, and 15th in total blocks (125) … posted double-digit kills six times and five or more blocks on 12 occasions … had team’s top showings of season with 10 total blocks in home wins over Drury (Aug. 28) and Northwest Nazarene, and a .700 attack pct. (8 kills-1 error-10 attacks) in home win over MSU Billings … posted first double-double with season-best 16 kills and 10 blocks in NNU match … helped UAA clinch NCAA Tournament berth with 9 kills and 8 total blocks (2 solo) in regular-season finale victory over Western Oregon … other top performances included 13 kills and 9 block assists in home win over Central Washington; 13 kills on .423 hitting and 5 block assists in road win over Alaska Fairbanks; 6 kills and 7 total blocks in home win over 15th-ranked Western Washington; and 11 kills on .588 hitting in road loss to 15th-ranked Seattle Pacific.

HIGH SCHOOL:
Led Chugiak High to 5th-place finish at 2009 Alaska 4A State Championships, capturing All-Tournament Team and Outstanding Hitter honors … also made all-tourney teams at Region IV and Dimond-Service tournaments … led Mustangs to both Cook Inlet Conference and Region IV titles as senior … propelled Mustangs to State runner-up finish as junior in 2008, earning all-tourney honors … also played for Alaska Volleyball Association, Alaska Ice Volleyball and Midnight Sun club teams.

PERSONAL: Born Robyn Nicole Burton on Aug. 6, 1992 in Bethesda, Md. … daughter of Orrin Burton and Tammy Sullivan … interests include reading, drawing and scrapbooking … biological sciences major.

Career Statistics
Season     SP-MP   K  K/S   E   TA   Pct   A   A/S  SA  SA/S SE  RE  DIG   D/S  BS  BA  TB   B/S  BE BHE
2010 (Fr) 100-27 189 1.89  58  441  .297   4  0.04   4  0.04  7   2   27  0.27  15 110 125  1.25   4   2
2011 (So)  87-27 313 3.23  69  586  .416   3  0.03   0  0.00  0   1   16  0.16  25  84 109  1.12  13   1
Totals    197-54 502 2.55 127 1027  .365   7  0.04   4  0.02  7   3   43  0.22  40 194 234  1.19  17   3

Career Highs
Kills – 19 vs Cal State Los Angeles, 9/3/11
Attacks – 37 vs Cal State Los Angeles, 9/3/11
Att.% – .769 (11-1-13) vs CS Dom. Hills, 9/3/111
Aces – 1, four times
Assists – 1, seven times
Block Assists – 10 vs NW Nazarene, 10/9/10
Block Solos – 3 vs Seattle Pacific, 9/29/11
Total Blocks – 10, 3 times (last at WWU, 9/24/11)
Digs – 4 vs Saint Martin’s, 11/11/10

Position: Middle Blocker
Height: 5'11"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Eagle River
High School: Chugiak HS
Experience: 1 Letter
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