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  Nick Manov
Nick Manov

Player Profile

Santa Cruz, CA

High School:
Mt. Madonna


Outside Hitter

As a Senior in 2006:

As a Junior in 2005: Played in 13 games ... Recorded 12 kills, 7 digs, and 2 blocks on the year.

As a Sophomore in 2004: Split time at opposite hitter, appearing in 52 games...Totaled 95 kills...Averaged 1.83 kills per game... Recorded a career high 13 kills versus Pacific...Recorded a career high for digs versus UC Irvine (8).

As a Freshman in 2003: A highly touted recruit, but saw limited action in 2003 ... Is expected to be more of a contributor in 2004 ... Played in one game in 2003, in which he registered one kill in two attempts.

Fall of 2002: Appeared in two matches at the Husky Dino Cup in October, and recorded one dig.

High School: A Volleyball Magazine "Fab 50" recruit out of nearby Santa Cruz, California ... Named Central Coast Section Most Valuable Player in 2002, as he led Mount Madonna to the section title by recording 49 kills in the championship match ... Named MVP of the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League (SCCAL) as a senior, and was named the league's Junior of the Year in 2001 and Sophomore of the Year in 2000 ... A three-time SCCAL First-Team All-League selection ... One of only two players on Stanford's roster from the San Francisco Bay Area (San Jose's Christopher Sandman is the other) ... Played club for Hawaii Volleyball Nation.

Personal: A Mechanical Engineering major ... Son of Bill and Janice Manov.