2001 (Sophomore) ? Saw action in 97 games and started 10 matches for Boilermakers as middle hitter ... led team with 1.00 blocks per game ... averaged 2.23 kills per game ... was Purdue?s best attacker, hitting a season clip of .261 (216-78-529) ... recorded double-figure kills on seven occasions ... paced team with 11 kills at No. 6 Wisconsin (Oct. 13) ... recorded career-best nine blocks against Texas at Husky Invitational (Aug. 31) ... hit at a season-best clip of .615 (9-1-13) against IUPUI (Oct. 19).
2000 (Freshman) ? Saw action in 79 games and started eight matches for Purdue as middle hitter ... averaged 1.97 kills and 0.58 blocks per game during rookie season ... turned in season-high 21 kills to help the Boilermakers reclaim Monon Spike from intrastate rival Indiana on Nov. 24 ... hit a season-high clip of .690 (21-1-29) in same match ... amassed six blocks in three separate matches during the season (at Harvard, at Boston College and against Northwestern) ... led Boilermakers in blocks on six occasions.
High School ? Four-year letterwinner at San Jose?s Archbishop Mitty ... led team to sectional co-championship during senior year ...team clinched the title in 1998 ... first team all CCS junior and senior years ... 1999 CIF scholar athlete and sportsman of the year finalist ... two-year member of principal?s honor roll ... high school coach was Jason Curtis ... played club ball with the Fore Front Volleyball Club, coached by Lee Maes.
Personal ? Given name Eryn Margaret Leach ... born Feb. 1, 1982 ... parents? names are Maggie and Robert Leach ... has an older sister, Megan ... enjoys water and snow skiing and photography ... majoring in engineering.
Leach?s Career Bests
Kills - 21 vs. Indiana, 11/24/00
Total Attempts - 34 at Illinois, 10/25/00
Hitting Percentage - .690 (21-1-29)vs. Indiana, 11/24/00
Assists - 1 seven times,last time at Northwestern, 10/12/01
Block Assists - 7 twice,last at Miami, 9/11/01
Block Solos - 2 twice,last at Washington, 9/1/01
Total Blocks - 9 vs. Texas, 8/31/01
Digs - 2 vs. Illinois, 10/4/00