AS A JUNIOR (1999) : Posted nine double-doubles ... Had double-digit kill totals in 12 matches and 10-plus digs in 15 matches ... Finished fourth in the BIG EAST in digs per game with a team-high 3.49 overall while averaging 3.78 dpg in conference action for third ... Tied a career-high 24 digs twice (Portland, Villanova) ... Stroked 15 kills twice (Harvard, Saint Peter's) ... In the 3-2 loss to Saint Peter's, El-Hag also collected 23 digs ... Hit five aces vs. Connecticut Oct 3.
AS A SOPHOMORE (1998): Played in 103 games...averaged a team-leading 4.1 kills per game...recorded 10 or more digs in a match 17 times...registered 20 or more digs four times...led the team with 357 digs ...recorded a season-high 24 digs against Brown...averaged 3.92 kills per game in BIG EAST play...recorded 23 kills, 24 digs, and six blocks in a three-game match against Brown...tallied double-digits in both kills and digs in 18 matches.
AS A FRESHMAN (1997): Named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week on October 6, accumulating 32 kills, 20 kills, and six blocks...recorded 358 kills for the season...registered 289 digs as a freshman...tied for first on the team with 22 service aces...had 40 kills and 40 digs in the Dartmouth Invitational...made an immediate impact registering 31 kills in her first collegiate tournament at Florida State University.
HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year starter...played middle her first season at Fox Lane and switched to outside hitter her junior and senior seasons ...finished her senior season with 418 kills and 422 digs ...selected All-League and All-Section all four years...Earned All-State first team honors three times...selected as Gannett newpapers Player of the Year for two consecutive seasons... served as captain as a junior and senior.
PERSONAL: Born July 29, 1979...enrolled in the Carroll School of Management ...daughter of Gail Montgomery and Nabil El-Hag.
SINGLE-MATCH HIGHS KILLS: 23 (vs. Brown, 11/11/98) ATTEMPTS: 57 (vs. Villanova, 10/3/98) DIGS: 24 (three times) SERVICE ACES: 6 (vs. New Hampshire, 9/9/97) BLOCK SOLOS: 3 (vs. Rutgers, 10/3/97) BLOCK ASSISTS: 5 (vs. Brown, 11/11/98) TOTAL BLOCKS: 6 (twice)