As a Senior in 2011: Played in all 28 matches as a team captain ... had a season-high nine digs and an assist against UC Irvine (Feb. 12) ... served two aces without making a service error in nine serves at Pepperdine (Feb. 19) ... played 96 sets, bringing his career total to 303, the sixth-highest amongst Stanford players in the rally-scoring era, and ninth-most in all eras ... named to MPSF All-Academic Team.
As a Junior in 2010: Played in 26 matches, starting one (though liberos technically are not starters) ... inserted often in serving situations and for defensive purposes ... had 13 digs in a start against UC Santa Cruz (Feb. 24) ... played in 79 sets ... had 37 digs with 0.47 digs per set and three sets ... earned MPSF All-Academic team.
As a Sophomore in 2009: Played in all 32 matches while being used as a defensive and serving specialist ... had season high four digs versus Cal State Northridge ... recorded 0.39 digs per set ... earned MPSF Academic All-Conference honors.
As a Freshman in 2008: Played in every match as the team's primary libero ... led the team with 192 digs and digs per set (2.18) ... made his collegiate debut with 17 digs and three assists in a four-game victory over Cal State Northridge (Jan. 4) ... had a collegiate-best 18 digs in a five-set victory over Hawaii (Feb. 27) ... had 16 digs in a sweep at No. 1 BYU (Feb. 23).
High School/Club: Lettered four years in volleyball and two years in baseball at Kamehameha School in Honolulu ... played every position on his high school volleyball team ... 2007 Volleyball Magazine high school All-American ... a four-time all-state and All-Interscholastic League of Honolulu selection (2003-06) as a setter ... Honolulu Advertiser's 2004 co-state player of the year with Iolani's Kawika Shoji ... Hawaii state tournament MVP in 2004 ... libero for the U.S. youth and junior national teams in 2005 and 2006 ... Junior Olympic champion in 2002 and 2005 with the Outrigger Canoe Volleyball Club, along with Spencer McLachlin and Kawika Shoji ... 2005 Junior Olympic all-tournament team.
Personal: Son of Derek and Rene Inafuku ... has a brother, Kainoa ... majoring in science, technology, and society ... enjoys camping and watching movies ... hopes to use his degree to help native Hawaiians.