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Fiorella Castillo
Fiorella Castillo

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Jamaica, NY

High School:
Francis Lewis

Height:
5-7

Position:
DS/Libero

Birthdate:
05/05/1988

Experience:
3V



2007: Appeared in 73 games • had 10 or more digs in 10 matches for the Blue Jays • second on the squad in service aces with 48 • tallied double-digit digs in three consecutive contests • dished out seven service aces against Bryn Mawr, a career-high • averaged 2.95 digs per game.

2006: Played in 34 games for the Blue Jays • set a career-high with 10 digs in the win over Elmira • had a career-high three kills against Mt. Aloysius.

2005: Appeared in seven games for the Blue Jays • career-high four digs against FDU-Florham.

Personal: Fiorella B. Castillo • born May 5, 1988 • born in Lima, Peru • daughter of Aracelli Yanac and Julio Castillo • named team MVP three times at Francis Lewis, including senior year • also named scholar-athlete of the year and was named to the school's athletic hall of fame • member of the Latino Pre-Health Society • research assistant in the Harriet Lane Clinic • majoring in public health with a minor in pre-med.

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