On senior day, McBain finishes one kill shy of a triple-double; Terps total 72 kills
Maryland will honor seniors Caitlin Adams and Remy McBain on Sunday
Clemson and Georgia Tech come to Comcast Pavilion this weekend
The Terps and Eagles tangle for the first time in seven years
Maryland takes on the Tar Heels Friday; Faces NC State on Saturday
Seniors Caitlin Adams and Remy McBain look ahead to the final match of the regular season.
As a Senior (2012): Appeared in 22 matches with 13 starts...finished 2012 with 42 and averaged 0.54 blocks per set, which ranked fifth on the team...three kills and a block at NC State (10/20)...against Virginia Tech (9/28), finished with four kills, four digs and two blocks...had two kills and three blocks at Clemson (9/21)...added two kills, three digs, two blocks and a service ace in win over St. John's (9/14)...had five kills and four blocks in a 3-0 victory over George Washington (9/8)...helped the Terps to a 3-0 victory over Binghamton (9/1) with four kills...finished with four kills and five total blocks against Seton Hall (8/31)...had five kills and a .714 hitting percentage against Robert Morris (8/25)...registered four blocks and three service aces against New Hampshire (8/25).
As a Junior (2011): Led Maryland with 112 blocks and ranked third in kills (253)...had a team-high 10 kills with a career-high .625 hitting percentage (min. 10 attempts) and six blocks in a win over Boston College (11/23)...led the Terps with a career-high 15 kills against Duke (11/18)...against Georgia Tech (11/6), recorded eight kills and three service aces...10 kills and six blocks against #25 Miami (10/23)...had eight kills on 15 attempts and added five blocks against #19 Florida State (10/21)...finished with a season-high .571 hitting percentage, 12 kills and four blocks at Duke (10/15)...at Wake Forest (10/14) tallied six kills...finished with 10 kills at Clemson (10/8)...had eight kills and eight blocks at Georgia Tech (10/7)...against Virginia had 10 kills, seven digs and three service aces (9/30)...had four kills and five blocks against NC State (9/25)...recorded a team-high four blocks and added five kills in a win at Boston College (9/20)...named to the Spring Hill Suites at Arundel Mills Terrapin Invitational All-Tournament team...had 11 kills against Delaware (9/10)...collected her first double-double of the season against Sacred Heart (9/10), finishing with 12 kills and 12 blocks...tallied 12 kills, five digs and five blocks against Yale (9/9)...against VCU (9/2), tallied four kills, two digs and three blocks...in Courtyard by Marriott Maryland Invitational championship game against Xavier (9/3), had three kills and five blocks...named to the Comcast Lady Vol Classic All-Tournament Team...finished with 11 kills, four assists, six digs and three blocks against No. 24 Tennessee (8/27)...led Maryland with 13 kills and four blocks against Ohio (8/27)...recorded five kills and six digs against Villanova (8/26).
At Texas A&M (2009): Appeared sparingly in 10 sets over nine matches...made her career debut late in the third set in the season-opening sweep against Iona and tallied two kills in two attempts...most impressive and memorable play came late in the second set against 19th-ranked Arizona in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...came off the bench with A&M holding a narrow 23-22 lead and immediately posted a crucial momentum-changing block to end a five-point run by the surging Wildcats and help the Aggies to even the match at a set apiece.
Before Maryland: A two-year starting middle blocker for coaches Robert Lampen and Amy Campbell at Notre Dame de Sion High School...named all-region and all-state honorable mention by the Missouri High School Volleyball Coaches Association as a senior...also was a member of the all-district first team...named to PrepVolleyball.com's 2008 list of Senior Aces and also was named to the website's Top 80 Juniors list in 2007...played club volleyball for KC Power from 2005-07 and KC Extreme in 2008-09...named to the 16s American Division all-tournament team at the 2007 Junior Olympics...voached by Rosacarla Ribeiro and Conana Salanoa, KC Extreme team finished 21st at the 2008 Junior Olympic Volleyball Championships open division and 23rd at the 2009 Junior Olympics open division...Most memorable moment of prep career was when Notre Dame de Sion defeated its rival for the first time in six years.
Personal: Full name Caitlin Mary Adams...daughter of David Adams and Diane Van Buskirk...stepdad is Pat Van Buskirk...has five siblings, Rebecca, Kyle, Aubrey, Delaney and Kelsey...majoring in criminology and criminal justice with a minor in Spanish...awarded 2011 University of Maryland Presidential Transfer Scholarship.
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