Outside Hitter/Right Side
Other Position RS
Height: 6'2"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Friendswood, Texas
High School: Friendswood HS
Other College: Troy Univ.


Finished her career at State with 539 kills, 281 digs and 155 total blocks ...Enjoyed a successful senior season in which she scored ten double-digit kill performances, including a career high 21 against Mercer on 9/30 ... Scored the first of back-to-back double-doubles in that same match, collecting 16 digs against the former conference rival ... Scored 11 kills and 14 digs in the Panthers victory at UNC Wilmington on 10/4 ... Earned a season high .303 attack percentage against Delaware with 12 kills and just two errors on 9/26 ... Netted a season-high four aces against George Mason on 10/10 ... Scored back-to-back double-digit kill performances with 19 in the Panthers home win against UNC Wilmington on 11/1 and then again on 11/7 against William & Mary ... Earned fall Dean’s List honors and received the CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award.

Opened season on strong note with seven kills, two aces and five digs in win over ETSU (8/24) ... Tallied nine kills in win against UCF (8/24) ... Posted 10 kills and five blocks against Chattanooga (8/25) ...Registered a season-high 12 kills and six blocks in five-game win over Fordham (8/25) ... Had six kills and five blocks in win at North Texas (9/1) ... Tallied six kills and six blocks against No. 25 Middle Tennessee (9/7) ... Posted a season-high .368 hitting percentage with eight kills in win against Appalachian State (9/14) ... Finished with 10 kills in win over VCU (9/21) ... Scooped up five digs along with eight kills in win at Towson (10/20) ... Set a career-high with three service aces while adding six blocks against James Madison (10/26) ... Matched career-high with three aces at Hofstra (11/2) ... Registered a career-best seven digs in back-to-back matches against Northeastern and UNC Wilmington (11/3, 11/10) ... CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award recipient.

Played in 22 matches and 79 total games in her first season with the Panthers ... Had seven matches with 10 or more kills and five matches with four or more total blocks ... Had 141 kills and 48 total blocks ... Ranked fifth on the team in kills per game with 1.78 ... After overcoming a wrist injury, made season debut in win over William & Mary with 10 kills (9/8) ... Had 10 kills, two digs, and six blocks in win over UNC Wilmington (9/22) ... Notched 10 kills and five blocks in victory over Gardner-Webb (9/23) ... Set season high with 11 kills at Delaware (9/30) ... Recorded 10 kills, three digs and three blocks at VCU (10/13) ... Had a .429 attack percentage with 11 kills, four digs, and four blocks in three-game sweep of George Mason (10/20) ... Had 11 kills, two digs, and four blocks in come-from-behind victory over Delaware in five games (11/3) ... Earned CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award.

Played in 78 games and all 24 matches for Troy ... Became stronger player as season progressed, finishing third on the team in kills (190) and kills per game (2.40) ... Had a .429 attack percentage with seven kills in 3-0 sweep of Alcorn State (9/17) ... Tallied 16 kills in 3-2 win over South Alabama (9/23) ... Posted 10 kills in loss to Middle Tennessee (9/25) ... Set career-high with 17 kills in 3-1 loss to Denver (9/30) ... Netted 14 kills in five-game win over Louisiana-Lafayette (10/7) ... Led team with 11 kills against Arkansas State (10/23) ... Had 16 kills in 3-2 win over South Alabama (11/11).

High School
A two-time all-district selection for Friendswood High School ... Earned First Team All-Galveston County honors as a senior ... Led Mustangs to the state finals in 2003 and the state semifinals in 2004, as team went undefeated during her final regular season.

Elizabeth Marie Schaab is the daughter of William Schaab and Mary Jo Hilferding and Theresa and Kevin Vitek. ... She was born on March 3, 1987, in Buffalo, N.Y. ... She has a half-brother (Blake, 12) and two step-sisters (Shannon, 24; Alicia, 22) ... She is majoring in marketing...Liz is also active amongst the student-athletes at Georgia State and serves as secretary of the SAAC.
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2007 Season Highlights