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Melissa Cole
Melissa  Cole


Walnut, CA

High School:






2011 Season Review Notebook

Hopkins Won its First Centennial Crown and Made its First Trip to NCAA Tournament


Cole, Donohoe Earn All-America Honorable Mention Honors

Duo Collects Third Postseaon Honor


Blue Jays Fall in to Yellow Jackets in the Opening Round of NCAA Regional

JHU Ends Its Impressive Run to the NCAA with a 3-1 Loss to R-MC


Cole and Donohoe Named to AVCA All-Region First Team

Duo are First Blue Jays Since 2007 to Earn All-Region Honors


Two Blue Jays Earn All-Conference Accolades

Cole and Donohoe Named to All-Centennial Conference First Team


Volleyball Centennial Conference Champhionships

Johns Hopkins volleyball team defeated Gettysburg for its first CC Tournament championship.

2010: Played in team-high 115 sets • named First Team All-Centennial Conference • led team with 364 kills and finished second in digs with 435 • ranked 12th in JHU single-season history in kills and 11th in digs • ranked third in Centennial Conference in kills and sixth in digs • nabbed CC Player of the Week honors twice (9/28 & 10/19) • recorded team-best 16 double-doubles on the year • had seven matches with at least 20 digs • registered career-high 22 kills and had 15 digs against DeSales for first career double-double • had 17 kills and 16 digs versus Mary Washington • posted four straight double-doubles against Case, John Carroll, Muskingum and Swarthmore • had a career-high 28 digs versus Muskingum • posted 20+ digs in back-to-back matches against York and Carnegie Mellon, including a career-high 27 digs against York • finished with 23 digs and 14 kills at Gettsyburg • posted 21 digs and 10 kills at McDaniel • posted 16 kills and 16 digs versus Franklin & Marshall in the Centennial Conference semifinals.

2009: Saw time in 75 sets • recorded 13 digs, four kills and one ace against Swarthmore • notched season-high 11 kills and six digs against McDaniel • had nine digs, seven kills and two aces against Wellesley • combined for 103 kills, 118 digs, 16 assists and eight serving aces on the season.

2008: Played in 55 sets • hit .440 against Goucher with 10 kills in her first career match • had 28 digs, three blocks and nine kills against Cortland State • registered 16 digs and one service ace against Frostburg State • recorded 10 kills and 25 digs against Muskingum • tailed three assists and five kills against Washington • notched two aces, 11 digs and three kills against Mount Union.

High School: Captained her squad at Walnut High School and led team to the CIF Playoffs • an All-San Antonio League selection • earned all-league academic honors • team MVP and a member of the Walnut High School Hall of Fame.

Personal: Melissa J. Cole • born September 15, 1990 • daughter of Ray and Araceli Cole • majoring in applied math and statistics