Brings veteran leadership to an Aggie team trying to progress to the upper echelon of the MEAC … Was a part of head coach Hal Clifton first recruiting class … Has made an impact on the program with her play at the net and her athleticism … Holds the A&T all-time individual single match record in attack percentage (.833) set on Oct. 25, 2013 … Received the Most Improved Award for the 2013 season … Helped the Aggies reach the 2013 MEAC tournament for the first time since 2007 … Then followed that up with another MEAC tournament appearance in 2014 … A highly talented player and the only in-state recruit in the Class of 2012…Versatile player who plays as a middle blocker and at the pins…Has an explosive approach and a fast arm and can be a threat on the net and out of the back row…Led the Aggies in blocks in 2013 and ‘14. … Has played in 82 matches with 65 starts over a total of 273 sets played … Has 465 kills (1.70 per set), with 157 total blocks (0.58 per set) and a career .197 hitting percentage.
2015 Season: Did not compete during the 2015 season.
2014 Season: Played 28 matches with 27 starts over 103 sets played … Was third on the team in kills with 193 (1.87 per set) …. Led the Aggies in blocks for the second consecutive season with 69 (0.67 per set) … Finished with double-figure kills six times … Had her best outing in a 3-2 win against Bethune-Cookman on Nov. 2 where she hit a season-high .519 landing a season-high 15 kills on 27 attempts … Recorded a career-high nine blocks over USC Upstate on Sept. 20.
2013 Season: Played in 27 matches with 25 starts over 90 sets played … Was third on the team in kills with 164 (1.82 per set) … Led the Aggies with 58 blocks (0.64 per set) … Tallied 13 digs and two assists … Shattered a 10-year record in attack percentage (previously held by Arlene Mitchell in 2003) when she hit .833 against N.C. Central on Oct. 25 and recorded 10 kills on 12 attacks …Hit a team-high .222 during the season … Led the Aggies in blocks in 12 matches … Tallied six double-figure kills and led A&T in kills twice … Finished with a team-high 11 kills against Bethune-Cookman on Nov. 3 and against S.C. State on Nov.10 in the regular- season finale … Recorded 10 kills on three occasions – against Alabama State on Sept. 6 to help A&T secure its first non-conference win since 2010 – against N.C. Central on Sept. 27 and against Howard on Nov. 15 in the first round of the MEAC tournament … Posted a season-high six blocks against Winthrop on Sept. 3 … Helped A&T to its most wins in a season since the 2008 season.
2012 Season: Played in 27 matches with 11 starts over 80 sets played … Totaled 108 kills (1.35 per set) in 338 total attacks for a .151 hitting percentage…Recorded two assists, 14 digs, 30 total blocks and 124.5 points…Finished fourth on the team in total blocks…Set a season-high with a .412 hitting percentage on Nov. 9 to help the Aggies sweep Savannah State…Named the inaugural BCBSNC Athlete of the Week for the week of Oct. 14-21 after recording 11 kills on Oct. 14 at Savannah State to help give the Aggies their first win of the season and for collecting a season-high 15 kills in a season-high 48 attacks in a five-set loss to Norfolk state on Oct. 17….Recorded four double-figure kills matches, including three straight from Oct. 12-17…Had a season-high 15.5 points in the match against Norfolk State on Oct. 17…Posted a season-best three digs on Oct. 17 against Norfolk State and on Nov. 2 at Florida A&M…Led the team in kills thrice and in blocks five times… Had two matches with five or more blocks (Nov. 4 at Bethune-Cookman and Nov. 11 against S.C. State) … Was one of six players on the team with 100 or more kills, the first time that’s happened since 2007…Helped the Aggies to win three matches—the most since the 2008 season.
High School: At Scotland County High, Hawkins-Hollingsworth played at the varsity level for three years…She was named to the all-conference team as a junior and senior … Earned all-tournament team honors in 2012… Competed in track & field … Competed for the Scotland County Volleyball Club … Earned all-tournament honors with her club team as she led them to first place at the regional tournament and second place at the FAVA Tournament.
Personal: Full name is Te’Borah Hawkins-Hollingsworth … She is the daughter of Teresa Hawkins-Hollingsworth and Bridges Dale Hollingsworth…Has one sibling, Sherrard… Hawkins-Hollingsworth was born on Dec. 21, 1993 … Majors in criminal justice and plans to work in a police department on homicide cases following graduation.
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