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Carnae Dillard
Carnae  Dillard


San Antonio, TX

High School:
Lady Bird Johnson HS





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A Review Of The 2014 Mean Green Volleyball Season

North Texas Finishes With 22-10 Record, Multitude Of Accomplishments In Second Year Of Palileo Era


Dillard Named Conference USA Player of the Year

Junior Receives Top C-USA Honor for First Time in Volleyball Program's History


VB: North Texas vs UNC-Charlotte

VB: North Texas vs UNC-Charlotte


  • Named Conference USA Player of the Year
  • Named to the C-USA all-conference first team
  • Finished the season among the NCAA's best: third in kills per set (5.39) and points per set (5.9), fourth in attacks per set (13.21) and fifth in total kills (615)
  • Currently sits in second place in NT history with 1,640 kills and third in school history with 4,295 attacks
  • Four-time C-USA Player of the Week
  • Made the all-tournament team in each of three tournament appearances (North Texsa Invitational, Mean Green Classic, Delta Zeta Classic)
  • Named as the National Player of the Week by the American Volleyball Coaches Association in week 11
  • Finished the season with 20 double-doubles, the second-most in the NCAA\
  • Played in 114 of the team's 118 total sets
  • Recorded a career-best 4 aces versus Marshall
  • Notched a season-high 30 kills versus Northwestern State
  • Tallied 23 digs at Middle Tennessee, a season high


  • Named to C-USA all-conference first team
  • Currently sits in fifth place in NT history with 1,025 career kills
  • Named to the Flo Hyman Collegiate Cup (hosted by the Univ. of Houston) All-Tournament team
  • Had team and season-high 28 kills against Idaho on .407 attack percentage (third highest of her career)
  • Finished first on the team with 522.5 points
  • Finished the season with 18 double-doubles
  • Made All-Tournament team at the North Texas Invitational
  • Led NT in attacks and kills and is second in aces
  • Tied her career high in kills with 31 against Marshall
  • Had two 26-dig performances
  • Set a new career high with 75 attacks against Southern Miss
  • Registered a career-high 5 assists versus UTA


  • SBC Freshman of the Year
  • SBC First-Team All-Conference and All-Sun Belt Tournament selection as a freshman
  • Second in the league in kills per set with 4.09
  • Two-time SBC Player of the Week
  • Tied for ninth all-time in NT history in kills in a single match with 31 against Troy
  • Twice tied for third all-time in total attacks in a match with 74 at UALR and against Troy
  • Single-season record holder for total attacks with 1513 on the year
  • Reached fourth all-time in single-season kills with 552 and first all-time among freshmen
  • Only Division I player with over 550 kills, 275 digs and 90 blocks in 2012

Lady Bird Johnson High School

  • PrepVolleyball.com High School All-American
  • 2011 Texas Sportswriters Association 5A Player of the Year
  • Texas Girls Coaches Association (TGCA) All-State selection
  • San Antonio Express-News Player of the Year
  • TGCA All-Star Game participant
  • PrepVolleyball.com "Senior Ace" (nation's top 150 high school seniors)
  • District 26-5A MVP
  • Racked up 738 kills, 650 digs, 81.5 blocks and 41 aces as a senior
  • Led Johnson to its first UIL State Tournament, and posted 23 kills in the state semifinal match
  • 30 kills and six blocks over Reagan punched Johnson's ticket to state
  • Was a member of the 2011-12 Under Armour All-America Watch List


  • Most highly decorated signee in program history
  • Was a high school teammate of fellow NT freshman Analisse Shannon
  • Has one brother, Donta
  • Daughter of Dawn and Carl Dillard
  • Born on Sept. 24, 1994

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