2014-15 saw many team and individual success stories
A total of 124 Tech athletes earned the academic honor
Redgen earned second team honors after leading the Lady Techsters in kills, kills per set and points
She is the first all-conference honoree for LA Tech since 2009 when the Lady Techsters were members of the WAC
The Lady Techsters finish the season at 9-21 with a 1-15 mark in C-USA play
Started all 30 matches the Lady Techsters played in her senior season … Led LA Tech in kills (381), kills per set (3.74), points (419.5) and second on the team in digs (201) and blocks (58) … Named second team All-Conference USA and second team All-Louisiana … Ranked fourth in Conference USA in kills and points … Tallied a team-best seven double-doubles … Tied for fourth in program history with a career-high 28 kills at Middle Tennessee (10/5) … Recorded double-digit kills in 21 of the 30 matches she played … Collected 24 kills and a season-best .400 hitting percentage against North Texas earlier this season … Named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the 2014-15 academic year.
Started 27 of the 29 matches the Lady Techsters played in her first season at LA Tech ... Second on the team in kills and kills per set with 291 and an average of 2.75 ... Totaled double-digit kills in a single match 16 times over the course of the 2013 season ... Recorded two double-doubles on the season: Sept. 10 at Stephen F. Austin (15K-14D); Sept. 24 vs. Northwestern State (12K-10D) ... Had the fourth most digs on the team with 159 and an average of 1.50 ... Totaled 33.0 blocks as a junior (4 solo, 29 assists) ... Had a season-high 19 kills and 20.0 points Sept. 6 as she helped lead LA Tech to a five-set win over McNeese State at home ... Recorded a season-high 4.0 blocks Oct. 11 at East Carolina ... Was responsible for 321.5 points in her first season at LA Tech.
Florida St. College at Jacksonville
Spent two seasons at Florida State College at Jacksonville and earned Most Improved Player in her first season with the Blue Wave in 2011 ... She was named captain of the squad in 2012 and MVP at the conclusion of her second season at FSCJ ... Earned 1st Team Mid-Florida All-Conference honors in her second season with the Blue Wave.
Prepped at Gladstone State High School in Australia where she was named Sportswoman of the Year two consecutive years over the course of her junior and senior campaigns ... She was also the recipient of the Modern History Award, Silver Academic Award, Korean Award, Blue Award and the Sports Team Award in her time at Gladstone State HS ... Helped lead her team to the Volleyball Senior State Championship in 2009 where she earned Most Valuable Player for her performance in the tournament ... Coached by Brian Van Der Wiede ... Was also a member of Queensland School and Club Volleyball teams.
Full name is Rebecca Jane Redgen ... Born Dec. 31, 1993 in Townsville, Queensland ... Daughter of Peter and Allison Redgen ... Has one sister, Stepfanie.