Women's Volleyball

  Kim Sentmore
Kim Sentmore
Player Profile

New Orleans

High School:
O. Perry Walker



1998 (Sophomore) Named to the LSWA All-Louisiana Second Team...Saw action in 32 matches...Tied school record in digs in a single match with 32 vs. Southwestern Louisiana...Recorded first triple-double against New Orleans, with 14 kills, 11 assists and 10 digs...Set career record in assists with 11 vs. UNO...Recorded a .176 hitting percentage...Had season and career high in kills with 20 against Marquette...Recorded season and career highs with seven total blocks against both Marquette and East Carolina...Averaged 3.30 kills and 3.20 digs per game...Totalled 386 kills, 374 digs and 85 blocks in 98.

1997 (Freshman)–Saw action in 21 matches, totaling 39 kills and 56 digs . . . Recorded a .129 hitting percentage . . . Posted a career high with eight kills vs. Louisville and 13 digs vs. LSU. Prep Career-Made the all-district volleyball team for four consecutive years at O. Perry Walker High School...Was awarded district most valuable player, MVP for Public Schools and team MVP honors...Won the state long jump finals and placed second in the state triple jump finals in both 1995 and 1996.

Personal-Born May 3, 1979, in New Orleans...Daughter of Leo and Nattie Sentmore...Has four older sisters...Enjoys running, playing volleyball, going to movies and shopping...Is undecided about her major...Her favorite athlete is Gayle Deavers.


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