2004: Appeared in 74 games and finished with 155 kills...named the Horizon League Player of the Week for the period ending October 24th, after averaging 16.5 kills in two victories over Cleveland State (Oct. 22nd) and Youngstown State (Oct. 23rd)...totaled a career-high 18 kills in a five-game victory against Youngstown State on October 23rd...had a hitting percentage of .455 (5-0-11) against Ole Miss on September 17th...earned a then, season-high 10 kills and six block assists against Jacksonville State on September 18th...picked up eight kills and three block assists in a four-game win over Youngstown State on September 24th...tied a then, season-high with 10 kills and three block assists against Cleveland State on September 25th...totaled eight kills and five block assists against UW-Green Bay on October 2nd...tied a then, career-high with 14 kills against IUPUI on October 5th...finished with a hitting percentage of .375 (6-0-16) against Loyola on October 8th...posted a team-best seven block assists against Bradley on October 11th...contributed a then, career-high 15 kills and four blocks (2 solo) in a five-game victory over Wright State on October 14th...garnered 14 kills against Butler on October 15th...missed five matches with an ankle injury.
2003: Finished season with a career-high 224 kills, which was third on the squad...pounded six kills against UW-Green Bay on August 30th...hit at an amazing percentage of .438 (8 kills, 1 error, 16 attacks) against Mississippi on September 5th...posted 10 kills against Loyola on September 6th...had eight kills and four blocks against Bradley on September 9th...contributed seven kills against DePaul on September 16th...set a then career-high with 11 kills, with no errors, against East Tennessee State on September 20th...tied a then career-high with 11 kills with no errors and 18 attacks for a hitting percentage of .611...recorded a personal-best 12 kills against Wright State on September 26th...tied a career-best with 12 kills against Youngstown State on October 3rd...posted a hitting percentage of .304 (8 kills, 1 error, 23 attacks) against UW-Milwaukee on October 10th...had 10 kills against Butler on October 24th...recorded a career-best 13 kills and finished with a hitting percentage of .571 (13 kills, 1 error, 21 attacks) against Wright State on October 25th...collected a hitting percentage of .444 (9 kills, 1 error, 18 attacks) against Cleveland State on October 31st...set a career-high with 14 kills and had five blocks against IUPUI on November 4th...topped UIC with nine kills against UW-Milwaukee on November 9th.
2002: Appeared in 28 of UIC's 34 matches...was third on the squad with 58 total blocks (12 solo)...turned in an impressive eight kill, six dig, six block, two service ace performance in a five-game victory over Butler on October 4th...recorded a career-best hitting performance of .455 (5 kill, 0 errors, 11 attacks) in a three-game loss at the hands of Cleveland State on October 11th...helped UIC to a five-game come-from-behind victory over UW-Green Bay with a five kill performance on November 16th.
2001: Appeared in 12 games for the Flames...recorded a season-high four kills and two digs against Chicago State on October 1st...finished the season with 10 kills, two digs and two total blocks...ended her rookie campaign with a hitting percentage of .348 (10 kills, 2 errors, 23 attacks).
Prep/Personal: Three-year starter and varsity letterwinner at Batavia High School in Batavia, Ill...two-time team captain...paced the Lady bulldogs in kills and attack percentage in each of her three seasons of varsity play...led her squad in digs as a junior and senior...three-time First-Team All-Area honoree by the Daily Herald, Batavia Republican and Beacon-News newspapers...two-time All-Suburban Prairie Red Conference honoree and was named league MVP as a senior...led Lady Bulldogs to conference championship as a senior with a record of 23-12-1...set Batavia school records for single-season attack percentage (.518), career attack percentage (.476) and career blocks (235)...also posted the single-season (79) and single-game (9) record for blocks...student athletic board president...Editor-In-Chief of the school newspaper...daughter of Thomas and Cecelia Hoffman...born July 24, 1983...majoring in elementary education.