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Allison Cappelaere
Allison  Cappelaere


Ellicott City, MD

High School:


Outside Hitter



2008: Appeared in 75 sets • had five double-doubles on the season • registered 15 kills and 13 digs against Goucher in season-opener • had 14 kills against Geneva • earned JHU All-Tournament Team honors • added 14 kills and 13 digs against Gallaudet • recorded 16 kills, four aces and 17 digs at No. 20 Stevens Tech • added 11 kills and 11 digs against Frostburg State • had 21 digs and 11 kills against John Carroll • notched seven kills and 14 digs at Dickinson • finished with 12 kills and 10 digs against Franklin & Marshall • added 25 digs and 10 kills against Gettysburg • recorded 13 digs against Ursinus in regular season finale.

2007: Third Team ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District • earned a spot on the Battlefield Classic All-Tournament Team • Centennial Conference Co-Player of the Week (10/22) • named to the Centennial Conference Honor Roll twice (9/10, 10/8) • member of the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll • on the court in 100 sets for Hopkins • posted 11 double-doubles (kills and digs), including five in the final six matches of the season • recorded double-digit kills in 16 matches and double-digit digs in 19 matches • finished with 34 total blocks for the season • second on the team in kills (309), fourth in assists (22), first in service aces (98) and digs (352).

2006: Appeared in 67 games for the Blue Jays, the most among all freshmen • had a season-high 17 kills against Salisbury • recorded 29 digs vs. Haverford • had five double-doubles (kills and digs) on the year • averaged a team-best 3.22 kills per game.

Personal: Allison J. Cappelaere • born March 28, 1988 • daughter of Doreen and Pat Cappelaere • Two-time Washington Post all-county selection while at Centennial • played five years with national travel teams as a member of the Columbia Volleyball Club • vice president of membership development of Kappa Alpha Theta • winner of the George L. Bunting Scholarship in 2007 • member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars • double major in history of science and medicine and public health studies.