Junior Courtney Castle recorded a double-double with 10 kills and 11 digs in the match
AS A SENIOR (2013)
Named to the Western Carolina All-Tournament Team...named to the All-Tournament Team at the Boston College Invitational...named to the All-Tournament Team at the Columbia Tournament...recorded 15 kills, a .414 hitting percentage, and a dig at Western Carolina (8/30)...posted 10 kills, a .588 hitting percentage, and a dig versus Wright State (8/31)...registered seven kills and a dig against UNC-Asheville (8/31)...posted a strong all-around match with four kills, a dig, a block solo, and four block assists against Bryant (9/7)...registered eight kills, .467 hitting, two digs, and two block assists versus Fairfield (9/7)...charted six kills, a dig, and two block assists against Hampton (9/8)...had seven kills, an assist, and a dig against Fordham (9/13)...registered 10 kills and an assist at Columbia (9/13)...recorded eight kills and a dig against Binghamton (9/14)...tallied 13 kills on .379 hitting along with a dig and five blocks at Northeastern (9/20)...charted 12 kills and three blocks vs. Harvard (9/22)...registered nine kills, two digs, and four blocks against Miami (9/28)...notched four kills and two blocks against Florida State (9/29)...registered eight kills on .438 hitting with only 1 error on 16 swings against NC State (10/4), she also had a dig and two blocks in the match...tallied eight digs on .333 hitting along with three blocks against No. 11 North Carolina (10/6)...charted five kills and four blocks at Virginia Tech (10/11)...had a kill, an assist, a dig, and three blocks at Virginia Tech (10/12)...recorded eight kills on .667 hitting along with two digs and a block at Pittsburgh (10/18)...tallied nine kills on .421 hitting to go with two digs and a block at Maryland (10/20)...logged five kills, two digs, and four block assists against Clemson (10/25)...registered 12 kills, a dig, and two block solos against Georgia Tech (10/27)...charted nine kills, three digs, and five blocks at Wake Forest (11/1)...notched 12 kills and three blocks at Duke (11/2)...had nine kills against Notre Dame (11/9)...matched her career-high 15 kills against Syracuse (11/10).
AS A JUNIOR (2012) Played in all 114 sets - one of only two players to do so ... made 31 starts ... averaged 0.68 blocks per set on 78 total blocks (17 block solos, 61 block assists) ... notched five kills and five blocks at Florida State (11/18) ... posted 10 kills on .474 hitting at Virginia (11/10) ... landed eight kills on .333 hitting to go with four blocks against Wake Forest (11/4) ... registered a team-high eight kills on .318 hitting to go with three blocks vs. Clemson (10/26) ... connected on five kills and three total blocks against Miami (10/14) ... finished with eight kills on .467 hitting in win at Wake Forest (10/5) ... posted seven kills on .333 hitting in win over UVA (9/27) ... tallied five total blocks and seven kills in win over Harvard (9/15) ... notched five block assists at Northeastern (9/14) ... recorded three kills, two digs, and two total blocks in ACC-opening win over Maryland (9/7) ... tallied five kills and two block assists in win over Mississippi State (8/31) ... compiled 12 kills, a .348 hitting percentage, and six total blocks in a five-set loss to Texas Tech (8/25) ... registered six total blocks and three kills against Siena (8/24) ... had five kills and three total blocks in the season-opener versus Binghamton (8/24).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011) Second on the team with 92 blocks, including a team-best 19 block solos, and a .222 attack percentage ... fourth on the squad in points per game (2/18) and kills (178) ... the 92 total blocks were fifth most by an Eagles sophomore, as were the 73 block assists ... netted eight kills, a digs and block versus Duke (11/20) ... led BC with 10 kills, hitting .375, and three block for 12 points against Wake Forest (11/18) ... led all players with a .476 attack percentage, going 10-for-21 at Virginia (11/11) ... led all players with seven blocks, including a career-best four solo, and had five kills against Clemson (11/6) ... turned in a.357 attack with six kills and led all players with six blocks versus Georgia Tech (11/4) ... registered 11 points off of eight kills on .300 hitting and five blocks (1 solo) at NC State (10/29) ... led BC with 10 kills against No. 19 Florida State (10/23) ... knocked in six kills and had a team-high three blocks versus No. 25 Miami (10/21) ... exposed Wake Forest (10/15) for 10 kills on an .409 attack ... produced five kills and three blocks at Duke (10/14) ... turned in a .333 hitting night with nine kills, adding a dig and a block at Clemson (10/7) ... hit .381, with a career-high 10 kills on 21 swings, and tallied three blocks against Virginia (10/2) ... led all players with seven blocks, adding four kills, two digs and an assist against NJIT (9/17) ... turned in eight kills on .333 hitting, in addition to five blocks at Seton Hall (9/16) ... recorded a career-high six block assists, adding six kills and a dig at Rhode Island (9/10) ... charted nine kills on .318 hitting, with two assists, three digs and five blocks for a career-best 12 points versus Columbia (9/10) ... led all players with three blocks versus Auburn (8/27).
AS A FRESHMAN (2010) Ranked second on the team in block solos (9), block assists (68), total blocks (77.0) and blocks per set (0.75) ... 68 block assists were fourth most by a BC rookie ... charted nine kills on 15 attempts for a .467 hitting percentage and had a match-high five blocks against Maryland (11/24) ... dished out eight kills on 15 attempts for a .467 attack and led all players with five blocks at FSU (11/21) ... charted a .455 hitting percentage with six kills on 11 attempts and making one block at Virginia Tech (11/5) ... led BC with a .545 hitting percentage off of six kills on 11 attempts against N.C. State (10/31) ... posted a career-best 10 kills on 17 attempts for a .588 hitting percentage versus North Carolina (10/29) ... charted a match-high five blocks and had four kills against Florida State (10/15) ... tallied a match-high five blocks and added three kills at Duke (10/2) ... posted a match-high two block solos, added a block assist and six kills in ACC opener versus Maryland (9/21) ... charted a match-high four block assists, while adding four kills against Brown (9/18) ... had a game-high attack efficiency of .714 (five kills off seven attempts) versus Holy Cross (9/18) ... posted a match-high .429 attack percentage on 14 attempts and five block assists against Bryant (9/11) ... led the Eagles with five block assists versus Navy (9/11) and hit .400 with 7 kills on 15 attempts ... had a team-leading three block assists against Holy Cross (9/10) ... had a .364 attack percentage, a pair of service aces and a match-high four block assists in win over Harvard (9/4) ... notched a match-best six block assists, while hitting .333 against Eastern Illinois (9/4) ... had a match-high .357 attack percentage and four blocks, while adding six kills and two digs versus New Hampshire (9/3) ... recorded a match-high four block assists against Quinnipiac (8/28).
BEFORE BC Earned All-Santa Clara Valley-De Anza second-team honors as a senior captain in 2009 at Mountain View High School ... led the Spartans to a 21-12 record ... gained All-SCV-DA honorable mention accolades as a junior in 2008 at Mountain View on a team that recorded 31 wins and 12 losses ... led the Spartans to a second-place finish in Northern California in 2008 ... played for head coach Jason Trip ... competed for two years on Vision Volleyball Club for coach Jason Mansfield ... led Vision to third-place finishes at the 2009 and 2010 Junior Olympics.
PERSONAL Daughter of Kathryn and Michael McTighe ... has one younger brother, Matthew ... enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.
SINGLE-MATCH HIGHS KILLS: 15 (vs. Notre Dame, 11/10/13) ASSISTS: 2 (2x, last vs. Columbia, 9/10/11) DIGS: 4 (at Miami, 11/16/12) SERVICE ACES: 2 (vs. Harvard, 9/4/10) BLOCK SOLOS: 4 (vs. Clemson, 11/6/11) BLOCK ASSISTS: 7 (vs. NJIT, 9/17/11) TOTAL BLOCKS: 7 (3x, last vs. Texas Tech, 8/25/12) POINTS: 15.5 (vs. Texas Tech, 8/25/12)