Xavier volleyball player Aubree Smith is interviewed byImprove Your
I can clap with one hand and make a three leave clover with my
I don't like new kneepads, I can't play in them.
My favorite are when they are broken in and worn down a little.
I always listen to 'Whats Happenin' by the Ying Yang Twins before every
game and I have to have Kathryn Traut tie my ribbon in my hair.
My team inspires me to play well in each match.
Freshman volleyball setter Aubree Smith was honored as
Rookie of the Week by the Atlantic 10 Conference for the second
consecutive week in a row.
Aubree led the Xavier volleyball team to a 2-1 record at the
Maryland Invite, helping XU to a pair of 3-0 victories over Quinnipiac
and Virginia Commonwealth.
The St. Louis, Mo., native, tallied 98 assists in the Musketeers' three
matches, along with 10 kills for a .320 hitting percentage, six service
aces and 17 digs
She registered career-highs in assists (38) and aces (5) against VCU,
after posting a career-high seven digs versus Quinnipiac.
If you are a fan of Xavier volleyball player Aubree
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