Custer's Career Stats
2007 Match-by-Match Stats
2006 Match-by-Match Stats
2005 Match-by-Match Stats
2004 Match-by-Match Stats
Ranks fourth in school history in career service aces with 164.
Listed 14th in career kills with 997.
2006 BIG EAST preseason all-conference team selection.
Named MVP of the State Farm Bearcats Invitational in 2005.
2007 Season (Senior):
Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll on Sept. 24 after averaging 3.73 kills, 2.36 digs and 0.91 blocks, with a .393 hitting percentage in a 3-0 week.
Earned a berth on the State Farm Bearcats Invitational all-Tournament Team.
Ranked fourth in the BIG EAST during the regular season with 0.40 service aces per game.
Listed third on the Bearcats with 2.84 kills per game.
Turned in a season-best 19-kill effort on .417 hitting in a home win over Syracuse (9/30).
Finished just one shy of a career-high for digs with 14 at USF (9/23). Added 17 kills in the UC win.
Led team with 16 kills in UC's first meeting with Notre Dame (11/9).
Tallied 18 kills in final career match at Pacific (11/24).
Reached double-figure kill totals 15 times, including 15+ in eight matches.
Banged a season-best five aces in a sweep of Maine (8/31).
2006 Season (Junior):
Ranked third on the team in kills with 3.02. Also averaged career-highs in digs (2.43) and blocks (1.00) per game.
Was third in the BIG EAST with 0.51 service aces per game.
Registered a career-high 22 kills on .462 hitting at Syracuse (9/24). Connected on six during the final nine points of UC's deciding Game 4 victory.
Tied a school record at the time with 10 block assists in a three-game sweep of Austin Peay (9/1).
Tied a UC mark for aces in a four-game match with seven vs. Seton Hall (10/20). Was part of a stretch with 14 aces in two matches.
Named to all-tournament teams at the Radisson Hotel (9/2) and Colorado Invitational (9/9).
Earned a spot on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll on Sept. 25 after averaging 4.25 kills and 2.67 digs per game.
Had eight double-doubles, including two stretches of three consecutive.
Named to the BIG EAST preseason all-conference team.
2005 Season (Sophomore):
Ranked second on squad, averaging a career-high 3.13 kills per game.
Also held averages of 2.00 digs and 0.81 blocks per game.
Tied for sixth in the BIG EAST with 0.39 aces per game.
Named MVP of the State Farm Bearcats Invitational, averaging 4.00 kills and 1.91 digs per game and hitting .441 in three UC victories.
Had then career-high 19 kills on .484 hitting vs. Western Kentucky (10/5).
Recorded first career double-double with 15 kills and 13 digs vs. Tulsa (9/2).
Posted 10 double-doubles and 22 double-figure kill performances.
2004 Season (Freshman):
Played in 32 matches, seeing time as both a setter and an outside hitter.
Averaged 1.29 digs per game, including a season-best eight at Wright State (10/19).
Tallied at least 20 assists in all four matches in which she played setter. Posted career-high 22 in win over Miami (Ohio) (9/7).
Registered season-high six kills vs. Kent State (9/4).
Fifth on team with 25 aces.
Totaled five blocks in collegiate debut against Bradley (9/3).
High School: Led Doherty High School to a state championship as a senior ... named tournament MVP by the Rocky Mountain News ... an all-state and all-area selection as both a junior and senior ... earned a total of 11 varsity letters, competing in volleyball (4), basketball (3), soccer (3) and tennis (1) ... was named the Rotary Champions Foundation Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year as well as being inducted into Doherty's Athletic Hall of Fame ... a nominee for the Fred Steinmark High School Athlete of the Year, as one of the top eight athletes in Colorado ... a National Honor Society member who graduated seventh in her class.
Personal: Born Aug. 23, 1985 ... daughter of Duane and Jayne Custer ... older sister Jaden played volleyball at Creighton.
Academic Major: Biology.
Honors: BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team (2006-07) ... Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll (2005) ... Topcat Scholar (2005-07) ... Bearcat Scholar (2005-07) ... Team Scholar Athlete of the Quarter (Fall 2006, Winter 2007).