North Texas 2010
Earned CenturyLink Premier All-Tournament team honors ... NT's leading attacker ... Ranks fourth in school history in career kills and attacks.
North Texas 2009
NT’s prime offensive weapon, Huddleston led North Texas with 414 kills, which ranked ninth in program history for a single season … 1,171 attacks in ‘09 ranks eighth in school history … Now ranks eighth in NT history with 882 career kills … Also has 2,378 career attacks, which ranks ninth all-time … Only needs 118 kills to become just the fifth player in NT history with 1,000 kills … Also posted 239 digs to rank third on the squad … Her 49 total blocks ranked fourth … Had at least 18 attacks in every match, and reached a high of 62 attacks against Sam Houston St … 23 kill / 20 dig performance at Oakland is the first 20 / 20 match for an NT player since 2003 … Earned Bearkat Classic and Golden Grizzly Invite all-tournament honors … Tallied a career-high 25 kills at Sam Houston St.
North Texas’ most accurate attacker with 261 kills on .261 hitting … Hit over .300 16 times, including seven of the last nine matches of the year, and had four matches over .550 … Tallied 10 kills on .692 hitting versus Jackson State, good for the 10th best attack percentage in school history … Also ranked second on the team with 75 total blocks, including a team-high 13 solo … Earned USM La Quinta Invite All-Tournament honors … Had a three-match stretch that saw 41 kills on .400 hitting from Idaho St. thru McNeese St. … Was named to the Utah Valley Invite All-Tournament team … Started 41 matches in just two seasons.
Was the first North Texas freshman to post over 200 kills since Katy Prokof in 2004 … Ranked third on the team with 2.33 kills per game, and fourth overall with 207 total kills … Racked up nine double-digit kill performances … Had a personal best 21-kill match versus Louisiana-Lafayette, which is the third most by a North Texas player in 2007 … Increasingly accurate as the season progressed, Huddleston hit a team-high .244 and posted four matches of .455 or better in the final half of the season … Started 21 matches as a true freshman … A threat defensively, she ranked fifth on the team with 40 total blocks and also notched 70 digs … Was just a dig shy of her first career double-double versus Louisiana-Lafayette with 21 kills and nine digs … Also managed 21 service aces.
Led New Braunfels to the 4A State Championships as a junior, and was named the Championship Game MVP after recording 18 kills and five blocks … Led the Unicorns to a 35-5 record and a trip to the 4A Regional Quarterfinals in 2006 … Was named the MVP of the San Antonio Express-News 4A All-Area Team, and was named to the paper’s Super Team for 2006 … Earned District 26-4A MVP honors as a senior after a first team all-district campaign as a junior … Named Second Team All-Texas by LoneStarVolleyball.com … Played in the 2007 Texas Coaches Association All-Star Game … Selected to the Texas Sports Writers Association All-State Team Honorable Mention in 2005 … Was named to the all-tournament teams at the Northside, Fraulein Volleyfest and Pearland tournaments … Averaged 4.21 kills per game and recorded 98 blocks as a senior … Selected as the Express-News Week Two Player of the Week for leading New Braunfels to the Fraulein Volleyfest Championship … Posted a kill percentage of .482 as a senior … Three year letterman at New Braunfels High School.
Daughter of David and Sandra Huddleston … Has two sisters, Christine and Leigh Anne … Born May 18, 1989.