Megan Colins
Megan Colins


Homewood, Ill.

High School:

Middle Hitter


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2004: Appeared in 42 games and finished with 71 kills on the season...tallied a then, career-high, seven kills and finished with a career-high, hitting percentage of .455 (7-2-11) in a three-game sweep of Tennessee State on September 3rd...followed up that performance with another career-best, nine kills in a three-game sweep of Delaware State on September 3rd...matched that career-best with a nine-kill performance and a hitting percentage of .368 (9-2-19) against Alabama A&M on September 4th...topped UIC with seven kills against Northern Illinois on September 7th... chipped in five kills in a five-game victory over Chicago State on September 14th... totaled a career-best 11 kills and five block assists against Jacksonville State on September 18th...tied a career-high with 11 kills in a four-game win over Youngstown State on September 24th.

2003 Highlights: Picked up 23 kills and 12 total blocks during her rookie season...posted four kills and three blocks in her collegiate debut against UW-Green Bay on August 30th...collected two kills and two blocks against Central Michigan on August 30th...had a kill in UIC's come-from-behind, upset victory over Loyola on September 6th...garnered a kill against UW-Milwaukee on October 10th...had a kill and two block assists against Cleveland State on October 31st...earned two kills against UW-Milwaukee on November 8th...had a season-high five kills against Cleveland State on November 21st.

Prep/Personal: Three-sport athlete at Homewood-Flossmoor...played Club Volleyball for Chicago Finest...helped Chicago Finest finish 8th in the Great Lakes Region in 2003...competed in the 2003 Junior Olympic Girls Volleyball Championships in Atlanta, Georgia as a member of Chicago Finest...propelled Chicago Finest to a 13th place finish in the Junior National Championships in 2003...helped Chicago Finest to 22nd ranking in the National Power Poll...pushed Homewood-Flossmoor to three consecutive runner-up finishes in the SICA East...played a key role in the Vikings winning the SICA East and Regional Basketball Championship in 2002...picked up Honorable Mention All-Conference honors in 2001 and Honorable Mention All-Area honors in 2001 and 2002...named to the SICA East All-Conference team in 2002...garnered SICA East Academic All-Conference honors in 2003...totaled a combined 365 kills and 247 blocks during her junior and senior campaigns at Homewood-Flossmoor...a member of the National Honors Society...daughter of Terry and Sandy Colins...born on October 25, 1984...major is undecided.



UIC Career-Highs
Kills - 11 - twice - most recently vs. Youngstown State (9/24/04)
Att. - 22 - twice - most recently vs. Youngstown State (9/24/04)
Pct. (min. 10 attacks)- .455 (7-2-11) vs. Tennessee State (9/3/04)
Digs - 2 - twice - most recently vs. Youngstown State (9/24/04)
Assists - 1 vs. UW-Green Bay (8/30/03)
Aces - n/a
Block Assists - 5 vs. Jacksonville State (9/18/04)
Solo Blocks - 1 - five times - most recently vs. Youngstown State (9/24/04)
Total Blocks - 5 - twice - most recently vs. Jacksonville State (9/18/04)