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Corina Marginas
Corina  Marginas
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Brasov, Romania

High School:
Computer Studying HS

Position:
OH

Experience:
3L


11/16/2017

Palileo Named C-USA Coach of the Year, Teakell Earns Co-Freshman of the Year Honors

School's First Coach Of The Year Since 1995

2002: Unanimous selection to the All-Sun Belt Conference First Team . . . Mean Green Classic All-Tournament Team . . . Bank of Fayetteville Invitational All-Tournament Team . . . Bobcat Classic All-Tournament Team . . . Verizon Academic All-District VI First Team . . . Named Sun Belt Conference Player of the week twice (Sept. 30 & Oct. 14) . . . Recorded 510 kills, the third highest total in school history for a single season. Marginas now holds three of the top four single-season marks for kills and has surpassed 500 kills each of the last two seasons. 510 kills extended her school-record total to 1,560 for her career . . . Piled up 276 digs, giving her 843 for her career and leaving her just 32 shy of breaking the school record . . . Recorded at least 20 kills in 13 matches, the most in the Sun Belt Conference . . . Led the Sun Belt in total kills (510) and kills per game (4.8) . . . Smashed a conference-high 36 kills against Louisiana Tech . . . Recorded 12 double-doubles . . . Finished with at least 20 digs once.

2001: Recorded a school-record 594 kills to become North Texas' all-time leader with 1,050 . . . Became just the second player in school history to break 1,000 kills for a career . . . One year after being named the Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year, Marginas was named to the first team All-Sun Belt Conference squad for the second straight year (2001 unanimous selection) . . . First team Verizon Academic All-District VI Team selection . . . Twice named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week (Oct. 29 and Nov. 12) . . . Led the Sun Belt Conference and was ranked tied for 15th in the nation in kills per game (4.81 kpg) . . . Had a team-high .290 hitting percentage, which placed her seventh in conference . . . Had a team-high 361 digs (second most in school history for a single season) and a 2.91 digs per game average that was sixth best in the SBC . . . Tallied 18 double-doubles, which tied Brieanne Fowler for the team high . . . Registered a double-figure kill total in all but two matches . . . Posted at least 20 kills in 17 matches and eclipsed 30 kills three times, including a conference-best and school record 38 against South Alabama on Oct. 28 . . . Twice posted 20 or more digs and registered 10-plus digs in 18 matches . . . Recorded season-high 24 digs vs. Sam Houston State on Sept. 1

2000: Named Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year and named to the First Team All-Sun Belt Conference Team . . . Played in every game, piling up a team-best 454 kills for a 4.41 average per game . . . Her kill total ranks second all-time at North Texas for a single season and was the most ever by a freshman at NT . . . 4.41 kill average ranked fourth in the Sun Belt Conference . . . .313 hitting percentage ranks tied for third all-time at UNT for a single season and was the fifth-best percentage in the Conference . . . Also led team in digs with 206 (2.00 average per game) . . . Fourth on team in blocking with 33 and second on team in assists with 23 . . . Smashed a school-record 37 kills against Denver on Sept. 12 (37 kills was conference-high for 2000) . . . Posted career-high 26 digs against UL Lafayette on Sept. 5, which placed her in a three-way tie at North Texas for most digs in a single match . . . Season-best six aces ranks tied for eighth at NT . . . Led the Lady Eagles in kills in 22 matches and tallied double-figure kills in 23 matches . . . Eight 20+ kill matches were sixth most in the league . . . Posted nine double-doubles.

High School: Played varsity volleyball for Lps (Athletic High School) Css Romradiatoare Brasov . . . Led the school to the 1997 National Championship and the gold medal . . . In `98, her team place fourth nationally . . . Was selected to the 2000 National team of Romania . . . In 1997 and 1998 was named to the Romanian Junior National Team.

Personal: Born January 9, 1982, in Bucharest . . . Daughter of G. Ioan and C. Corina Marginas.
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