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Bailey Veit
Bailey Veit

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Salem, Ore.

High School:
South Salem

Height:
6-0

Position:
Middle Blocker/Libero

Birthdate:
12/29/1983

Major:
Marketing and Finance

As a Senior
2005:Started all 24 matches ... Led the defense in digs with 362 (4.16 DPG) and became the sixth player at Auburn to reach the 1,000-career dig plateau ... Finished four-year career with 1,001 total digs ... Tied for third all-time at Auburn in career DPG with 2.80 ... Ranked No. 1 in single-season DPG with 4.16 and stands in eighth in single-season digs (362) ... At the conference level, ended the season No. 6 (all matches) and No. 7 (SEC only) in digs ...Concluded collegiate career at Tennessee with four digs ... With 14 digs at South Carolina, led AU for the seventh straight match ... Turned in 30 total digs in final home weekend of action against Georgia and #6 Florida ... Tied for team lead in digs with 15 at Arkansas ... Had an ace and nine digs at LSU ... Led the team with 21 digs in win over Mississippi State ... Recorded 16 digs at Alabama ... One of two players to record 11 digs against South Carolina ... Turned in 20 digs against Tennessee, the most since the Sept. 9 match with Texas Sate ... Tied with 12 digs to lead Auburn's defense at Ole Miss ... One of three players to notch 11 digs at Miss. State ... Recorded 16 digs versus #24 LSU ... Led the team with 18 digs in four game match with Arkansas ... Turned in a season-high (for three games ) 18 digs in three-game win at Kentucky ... Had 12 digs versus Alabama ... Voted to the Mizuno/Auburn Challenge All-Tournament Team ... Led the team with 14 digs in three game win over Clemson ... Had 15 digs in win over Alabama A&M ... In win over Furman, accounted for 16 digs ... Named to Sun Devil Volleyball Classic All-Tournament Team ... Had 11 digs in win over Northern Arizona ... Recorded 16 digs at Arizona State ... Notched 24 digs, a service ace and an assists in win over Texas State ... Turned in a lifetime best and new Auburn record 34 digs in five-games against Georgia Southern ... Had five digs and a service ace in the season-opening win over Grambling State.

As a Junior
2004: Career DPG mark of 2.37 at the end of the season ranks seventh all-time in school history ... Was one of only three Tigers to play in all 27 matches and 102 games ...Started the first 16 matches of the season at middle blocker before moving to the libero position for the Ole Miss match ... 2.89 DPG led the team ... 56 blocks was third on the team ... Led the Tigers in at least one of the three major statistical categories (kills, digs, blocks) in 19 out of 27 matches ....291 attack percentage was third on the team ... Had hit .385 or better in eight of 16 matches that she played as the middle blocker ... Had six kills, nine digs and six blocks in the season-opening win over East Tennessee State ... Had a 15-kill, 10-dig double-double against Birmingham Southern ... Was one block and one kill shy of her second career triple double in the loss to Iowa State (9K, 16D, 9TB) ... Named to the Mizuno/Auburn Challenge All-Tournament Team ... .583 attack percentage against St. Mary's (7-0-12) was a season-best ... Named to the Salbasgeon Suites All-Tournament team after averaging 2.33 KPG, 2.67 DPG and 0.89 BPG and collecting a .348 attack percentage ... Led the Tigers with 13 digs to go along with 10 kills in the win over UAB ... Hit .562 (10-1-16) against the Blazers ... Went for nine kills on 13 attempts with just two errors (.538) in the five-game loss to Arkansas ... Followed that up with a 10-kill, 18 attempts performance (3 errors, .389) against LSU ... Tallied 10 total blocks for the Arkansas-LSU home weekend ... Blocked seven and dug another nine Tennessee attacks in the regular-season loss to the Lady Vols ... Tied her career-high with 20 digs in the five-game match win at Ole Miss ... Also surpassed the 500 career digs mark in the match against the Lady Rebels ... Followed that performance up with a team-best 11-dig outing against Mississippi State ... Was named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week after the trip through the Magnolia State as she averaged 3.88 dpg and the Tigers swept a SEC weekend series for the first time since 1998 ... Led the team in digs in both home wins over Mississippi State (19) and Ole Miss (14), averaging 3.67 DPG for the weekend sweep ... Had a teambest 18 digs and two service aces in the SEC Tournamentclinching win over Kentucky ... Dug a team-best 12 attacks in the SEC Tournament loss to Tennessee ... Averaged 17 digs in the American Riviera Classic.

As a Sophomore
2003: Played in 78 games this season, starting 21 matches ... 2.36 kills per game was third on the team ... 0.86 blocks per game was second on the team ... Finished with a team-best 2.51 dpg mark ... Had then career-bests in kills (17) and attacks (37) as well as 10 blocks in the win over Mercer ... Missed the beginning of the season due to illness ... Tied her then- career-high in digs with 14 in the loss at LSU ... Had a then career-best 15 digs in the win over Mississippi State ... Also posted 14 kills against the Lady Bulldogs ... It was her second straight double-double as she went for 15 kills and 10 digs against Ole Miss the match before ... Also had a combined seven blocks in the home weekend against the Mississippi schools, including the game-winning block assist against MSU ... Tied her then career high with 17 kills on a career-best 40 attempts against Kentucky ... Posted career highs in kills (19), attacks (40), digs (20) and aces in the loss at Mississippi State ... Won the Best Defensive Player award at the end of the season.

As a Freshman
2002: Played in all 90 games, starting 25 matches, one of only two Tigers to see action in every game ... Led the team with 92 blocks ... Collected 166 kills on the year, the second-best mark on the team ... Had at least five blocks in eight matches ... Gathered in 14 digs against UNC Greensboro on Sept. 14 ... Nine blocks against SMU on Sept. 21 was a career high ... Put down 10 kills at Ole Miss on Oct. 6 ... Established a then career-high with 11 kills vs. Arkansas on Oct. 11 ... Also had seven blocks against the Lady'Backs ... Put down a career-best 12 kills against Alabama on Oct. 22 ... Had an eight-kill, five-dig outing at Tennessee on Oct. 27 ... Blocked six Arkansas attacks in Fayetteville on Nov. 3.

High School: South Salem. Named Valley League Player of the Year in 2001 and led her team to the state tournament with a 16-2 record...Valley League Co-Player of the Year...Was team most valuable player and was named first-team all-league during her senior season...Also named to state all-tournament team...Four-year member of South Salem basketball team and member of softball team for one season...Was second-team all-league in basketball...Member of honor roll with 3.9 grade point average...Also member of National Honor Society, Key Club, French National Honor Society and was high school yearbook senior editor...US Army Reserves National Scholar Athlete Award...Presidential Education Award...Played for Portland Volleyball Club coached by Joe Houck.

Personal: Born Dec. 29, 1983...Daughter of Chris and Jan Veit...Chose Auburn over Fresno State, Northern Arizona, Oregon State, Washington and Portland.

CAREER HIGHS
Kills: 19 vs. Mississippi State (11/7/03)
Attempts: 40 - twice, last vs. Mississippi State (11/7/03)
Blocks: 10 vs. Mercer (9/20/03)
Digs: 34 vs. Georgia Southern (9/2/05)