The George Washington University: Women's Volleyball

Madelyn Bagby
Madelyn Bagby

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Houston, TX

High School:
Clear Lake

Height:
6-1

Position:
Student Assistant

Birthdate:
05/17/1988

Experience:
3 yrs.



AT GW:
Will serve as a student assistant for the 2009 season ... shared the 2008 Most Inspirational Award as voted by her teammates while hampered by a chronic injury that limited her to appearing in just 12 sets as a junior in 2008 ... recorded 27 assists with five blocks and a kill ...appeared in 29 sets as a sophomore in 2007 in back-up setter role ... recorded 168 assists (5.79 apg) with 49 digs ... saw action in 30 games as a freshman in 2006 as the Colonials' third setter behind Lee and Buche ... registered four service aces and three assists to go with 33 digs and a pair of block assists ... named to GW's Athletic Dept. Dean's List and the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Fall `06, Spring `07, Fall `07, Spring `08, Fall '08, Spring '09) ... in the Honors Program at GW.

HIGH SCHOOL:
Named All-Texas third team and All-District first team as a setter for Clear Lake High School under coach Chanda Eager ... also named one of the top 250 college-bound volleyball players in the nation ... was the CLHS volleyball captain and team MVP her senior year ... graduated summa cum laude and ranked No. 1 in her graduating class of 840 students ... National Merit commended student and twice-named among the Top 15 students at CLHS (2005-06) ... one of four 4-year recipients of the Superintendent Scholar Award ... member of the National Honor Society and the French National Honor Society with a 4.5 GPA ... will be in the Honors Program at GW.

PERSONAL:
Born May 17, 1988, in Houston, Texas ... full name is Madelyn Rose Bagby ... daughter of Larry and Laine Bagby ... has two older sisters, Emilie (31) and Allison (23) ... enjoys juggling, ping-pong and reading fantasy novels such as Lord of the Rings ... intends to pursue a graduate degree in economics or international affairs with a concentration in economic development ... Major: international affairs, economics.

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