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#30 Chelsea Perry
Position: Setter
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
High School: St. Ursula Academy
Experience: 3 Letters

At GSU: A four-year Panther, accomplished one of the top setting careers in the history of the program... Finished sixth all-time at GSU with 2,192 career assists and 10th all-time with 7.77 assists per set... Appeared in 84 career matches... Totaled 446 career digs (1.58 per set), 62 service aces (0.22 per set) and 61 total blocks (0.22 per set)... Also also earned the CAA Commissioner's Award for her achievement in the classroom.

2011: Appeared in 19 matches, making six starts... Second on team with 296 assists, 7.40 per set... Posted 30-plus assists five times, including season-high 41 at Hofstra Oct. 7... Had match-high 40 assists in final career outing at CAA Tournament quarterfinals against James Madison...  Had season-best seven digs against College of Charleston at the GSU Invitational Sep. 3... Also had two blocks against the Pride Oct. 7 and two kills against Northeastern Oct. 9... Posted a career-best .954 serving percentage for the year, with just five errors in 109 attempts... Drilled two aces against the Dukes in the conference tournament.

2010: Turned in a strong junior year as the Panthers' setter, starting all 24 matches and finishing second in the CAA in assists with an average of 9.90 per set...Stepped up her game in conference play to average 10.55 per set...Notched 10 double-doubles in assists and digs...Also had nine 50-plus assist matches and 10 10-plus digs matches...Ended year with 1,069 assists, which doubled her career output...Currently sits seventh in school history in assists with 1,896...Also sits eighth in GSU history with an average of 7.84 assists per set...Tied for fourth on the team with 230 digs...Also produced 43 total blocks...Had career-high 59 assists against James Madison and a career-high 16 digs at William and Mary...Totaled 50-plus assists in four-straight matches from Oct. 23-Nov. 7...Had a season-high five kills in matches against North Florida, Wright State and Troy...Notched a season-high three service aces against Wright State.

2009: As she did during her freshman year, continued to improve as the season went on, capping her sophomore season with a career-high 45 assist performance against William & Mary on 11/15...Finished the year with double-digit assist totals in all but two matches she played in, scoring at least 30 assists on eight occasions...Finished 51st in the NCAA and second in the CAA with a 0.39 service aces per set average, second best on the team...Set and tied a career-high during the season with three kills against both Navy (9/18) and at George Mason (10/31)...In the same match against the Patriots, scored a then career-high 42 assists and 11 digs, one of her three double-doubles during the season...Earned her first double-double of the season with 28 assists and 12 digs vs. Towson on 10/16, then followed it up four days later with a 28-assist, 12-dig performance against in-state rival Mercer...Scored a career-high six service aces against Kennesaw State on 9/22, just a week after serving up five service aces at Chicago State on 9/13...Earned the CAA Commissioner's Academic Award for the second straight year.

2008: During her freshman campaign, came on strong in the second half of the season, scoring double-digit assists in all but one match she played...Scored a season-high 26 assists in the Panthers win over UNC Wilmington on 11/1...Scored 20-plus assist performances against Hofstra (23 - 10/19) and Kennesaw State (22 - 10/28)...Scored a career-high six digs twice during the season, first at Hofstra and then at James Madison on 11/14 ...Finished fourth on the team with 154 assists, yet only played in ten of the team's 28 matches...Earned the CAA Commissioner's Academic Award.

High School: A three-time letter winner for the Bulldogs under the tutelage of Julie Perry...Despite missing several matches due to injury, she averaged 10.10 assists per game during her senior season as she captained St. Ursula to a district championship and berth in the state tournament...During her junior season, finished with 751 assists (10.29 apg) and helped team to a No. 8 ranking in the final OHSAA poll...Played for Cincy Classics club, helping the 16 Red team to the American Division championship at the 2006 Junior Nationals, and earned spot on the American Division all-tournament team...Attended the Junior Olympic Nationals six straight years since the age of 12...Her teams have finished 9th, 13th, and 1st...She was on the 2006 all-tournament team.

Personal: Chelsea is the oldest child of Gabe and Laura Perry...She was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Dec. 10, 1989...Has a younger sister (Torie, 13) and a younger brother (Jarrett, 9)...A fan of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts...Chelsea is also a fan of Olympic gold-medal winning volleyball star Misty May-Treanor...St. Ursula's is an all-female private school with a strong academic background...Chelsea was a National Honor Society student for all quarters at St. Ursula...Majoring in biological science.

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