Stanford Women's Volleyball vs Oregon State Photo Gallery
As a Junior in 2012: AVCA First Team All-American ... AVCA All-Pacific Region ... All-Pac-12 Conference ... appeared in 118 sets as a starting middle blocker ... ranks 16th nationally and third in the Pac-12 with 1.45 blocks per set ... led the Pac-12 with a .399 hitting percentage, ranking ninth in the nation ... finished 10-1-15 (.600) with six blocks in the season opener against Saint Mary's (8/24) ... tallied a season-high 17 kills and a .625 attack percentage to go with seven blocks in a win over then-No. 18 Florida ... tied her season-high with 17 kills on a season-best .667 attack percentage and recorded six blocks versus Pacific (9/8) ... finished 11-1-19 (.526) with five blocks versus USF (9/14) ... led the team with 14 kills, eight blocks and a season high two aces at Saint Mary's (9/15) ... had 14 kills on a .458 attack percentage to go with six blocks in a sweep over Cal (9/19) ... went 15-0-24 (.625) with five blocks at Arizona (9/28) ... recorded a season high 12 blocks at Arizona State (9/30) ... led the team with 15 kills on a season high 35 attempts with eight blocks versus Oregon (10/5) ... totaled 11 kills, five digs and six blocks in a five-set win over UCLA (10/12) ... led the team with 15 kills and a .382 attack percentage at Washington (10/19) ... hit .467 with 16 kills and seven blocks at WSU (10/21) ... hit a career-high .706 (12-0-17) at OSU (11/2) ... led the team with 10 kills and nine blocks in a sweep at then-No. 2 Oregon (11/4) ... tied her career high, hitting .706 (12-0-17) against WSU (11/7) ... went 8-0-15 (.533) with four blocks and a career high three assists at Cal (11/23) ... recorded seven kills and four blocks on a .667 hitting percentage in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Jackson State ... posted five kills and five blocks against Western Kentucky in the second round ... named to the Berkeley Regional all-tournament team ... Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week (10/22 & 11/5) ... named to the Chevron Rainbow Wahine and Nike Volleyball Big Four Classic all-tournament teams ... selected as the MVP of the Stanford Invitational.
As a Sophomore in 2011: Volleyball Magazine First Team All-American ... AVCA All-America honorable mention ... AVCA All-Pacific Region pick ... All-Pac-12 Conference selection ... started all 30 matches at middle blocker ... led the Pac-12 and ranked second in the nation with 1.63 blocks per set, which was fourth all-time on Stanford's single season list ... finished with 184 blocks, fifth-most in a single season by a Stanford player ... her .383 hitting percentage ranked third in the conference and was ninth-best in a single season at Stanford ... averaged 3.16 kills and 0.87 digs per set ... totaled 10 kills, eight digs and nine blocks in the season opener against Delaware (8/27) ... recorded 11 kills and five digs at Rice (8/28) ... recorded nine blocks against Notre Dame (9/2) ... registered 14 kills with 12 digs for her first collegiate double-double against Duke (9/3) ... totaled 24 kills, 14 digs and 13 blocks in the Nike Volleyball Big Four Classic ... collected 11 kills, four digs and six blocks in the Pac-12 opener at California (9/13) ... hit .417 (12-2-24) with six blocks at UCLA (9/23) ... posted 10 kills and seven blocks at USC (9/24) ... went 12-1-21 (.524) against ASU (9/30) ... hit .480 with 14 kills and nine blocks versus Arizona (10/2) ... recorded 15 kills with five blocks at Oregon (10/8) ... was 10-1-18 (.500) with four blocks in the win over No. 2 Washington (10/15) ... had 18 kills to go with eight blocks at Arizona State (10/22) ... hit .611 (11-0-18) against USC (10/28) ... led the team with 14 kills, six digs and five blocks at Colorado (11/3) ... went 13-1-22 (.545) with seven blocks at WSU (11/13) ... hit a season-best .692 (18-0-26) against Oregon (11/18) ... posted a career high 22 kills versus California (11/25) ... set a new career high with 13 blocks against Sacred Heart (12/2) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... posted 10 kills and four blocks in the second round versus Michigan (12/3) ... Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week (9/12) ... Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week (10/3), became the first conference player to earn offensive and defensive player of the week in the same season ... selected to the Rice Invitational, Stanford Invitational and Nike Volleyball Big Four Classic all-tournament teams.
As a Freshman in 2010: Named to the 2010 All-Pac-10 Freshmen Team ... saws action in 106 sets as a middle blocker ... her .329 attack percentage ranked ninth in the Pac-10 ... second on the team with 0.97 blocks per set and fourth with 228 points ... posted season highs 13 kills on 20 attempts for a .600 attack percentage against Pepperdine on Aug. 28 ... Also totaled a season-best eight blocks against the Waves, and matched that at Oregon on Oct. 29 and versus UCLA on Nov. 5 ... registered season highs of two assists, three aces and a .700 hitting percentage (7-0-10) at Washington State (11/12) ... finished with a career-best six digs at Washington (11/13) ... tallied five kills, five blocks and three aces in her first career NCAA Tournament match against Albany (12/3) ... followed up with three kills and three blocks against Colorado State in the Second Round (12/4) ... totaled two kills and two blocks in the Regional Semifinal win over Ohio State (12/10) ... went 9-1-17 for a .471 attack percentage in the Regional Final loss to USC (12/11) ... earned her first career all-tournament honors at the MCM Elegante Lobo Classic (Aug. 27-29).
High School: A 2010 graduate of Dos Pueblos High School in Goleta, Calif. ... a four-year letterwinner ... also lettered four times in track and field and once in basketball ... captained her volleyball team as a senior ... listed at No. 4 in the nation in PrepVolleyball's Senior Aces rankings ... led the team to the CIF Division 1-A southern California title ... team was a runner-up in 2008 ... team was a two-time Channel League Champion ... won the 2009 Oxnard, Queens, and California Challenge Tournaments, as well as the 2008 Kauai Invitational ... team was also a runner-up at the 2009 Archbishop Mitty Tournament ... winner of the 2010 CIF academic award ... 2010 Dos Pueblos High School Top Female Athlete ... 2009 PrepVolleyball High School All-American ... a 2009 Volleyball Magazine's First Team All-American ... three-time All-Channel League first team pick ... two-time MVP ... two-time CIF Southern Section Division 1-A first team selection ... two-time Santa Barbara Athletic Roundtable Volleyball Player of the Year ... ESPN Rise Girls State Athlete of the Week ... two-time Gatorade State Player of the Year finalist ... holds Dos Pueblos High School's discus record with a throw of 136'9".
Club Competition: Played for Santa Barbara Volleyball Club ... team won the 2010 southern California Junior National Qualifier ... team also made three Junior Olympic appearances, taking third place in 2006 and fifth place in 2007 and 2008.
National Team Experience: Competed with the U.S. Junior National Team at the 2011 FIVB Women's Junior (U-20) World Championship in Lima and Trujilla, Peru ... team captain of the 2009 U.S. Youth National Team, which competed in the summer 2009 World Championships in Thailand ... gold medalist with the team for the NORCECA Championships in Puerto Rico in 2008 ... member of the second-place U.S. Select A1 Team for the Youth International Division of the High Performance Championships in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., in 2007.
Personal: Daughter of Ron and Kathy Wopat ... Ron placed 12th at the 1980 Olympic Trials in decathlon and was one of the eight members of the 1981 U.S. decathlon team ... Kathy competed in gymnastics and track and field at the University of California, Santa Barbara ... major is human biology ... enjoys traveling, reading, hiking, and going to the beach ... full name is Carly Anelalani Wopat.
Wopat's Career Statistics
Wopat's Career Highs
22, vs. California (11/25/11)
38, vs. California (11/25/11)
3, 3X, last vs.Albany (12/3/10)
12, vs. Duke (9/3/11)
3, at California (11/23/12)
13, vs. Sacred Heart (12/2/11)
.706 (12-0-17), 2X, last vs. Washington State (11/7/12)