2008: A Third Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III selection...Played in 113 sets and all 34 matches...Put down 227 kills for an average of 2.01 per set...Logged a .251 hitting percentage on 650 attacks...Collected 42 blocks and 31 digs...Logged double-digit kills in nine matches, including six in the last month of the season...Put down 20 kills against Virginia on a .442 hitting percentage with just one attack error...Logged a .409 hitting percentage with 10 kills in a five-set win against Georgia Tech...Had four blocks in the opening-round NCAA Tournament win over No. 25 San Francisco...Had a season-high five blocks against Florida State...Went 11-for-18 attacking without an error against Middle Tennessee for a .611 hitting percentage...Had a combined 33 kills over three consecutive wins against Virginia Tech, Virginia and Wake Forest in the final three matches of the regular season...Picked up a career-high seven digs in the match against Wake Forest.
2007: Earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III second team honors...Named to the All-ACC Academic Volleyball Team...Played in all 122 of Duke’s games...Finished with a .314 attack percentage with 307 kills on 714 attacks...Was eighth in the ACC in hitting percentage and second on the team...Ranked fourth in the ACC with a .321 hitting percentage in conference-only matches...Averaged 2.52 kills per game overall and 2.48 in ACC matches...Blocked 75 attacks, including five solo stops, for a 0.61 blocks per game average...Dug 45 balls and contributed 45 assists...Hammered a career-high 18 kills in 32 attacks in a 3-1 win over No. 13 Purdue...Topped the .500 plateau eight times as a junior, including a career-high .667 clip in a win over Mercer after sending down 11 kills in 15 attempts...reached double figures in five straight ACC matches, stringing together 64 kills and a .338 hitting percentage to lead Duke to a 5-0 record during that span...Had 11 kills and a career-high six blocks in a 3-2 win over American in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
2006: Named to the All-ACC Academic Volleyball Team ... Earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III second team honors on Nov. 9 ... Played in 108 of Duke’s 114 games as a sophomore ... Ranked fifth in the ACC in hitting percentage at .320 ... Finished fourth on the team in kills with 257 and fourth in kills per game with a 2.38 average ... Totaled 58 blocks, 53 assists and 31 digs on the season ... Recorded 10 or more kills 10 times ... Hit a career-best .562 against West Virginia on Sept. 1 and against Virginia on Nov. 16, tallying 10 kills on 16 attempts in both matches ... Posted a career-high 17 kills against Maryland on Nov. 10 ... Had a career-high eight assists against Clemson on Oct. 28 ... Tied a career high with five blocks against Virginia on Oct. 6 ... Had a career-high three digs on two occasions.
2005: Member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Played in 33 games and 20 matches as a freshman ... Tallied 32 kills, 18 blocks, five assists and three digs on the year ... Recorded a season-high seven kills against N.C. State on Sept. 30 ... Had a season-high two assists against Virginia on Oct. 7 ... Registered a career-high five blocks against Clemson on Oct. 27.
High School: Led Marymount High School to California state championship titles in 2002 and 2003 ... Member of the Sports Shack club team that won the 2005 Volleyball Festival title ... Named Renaissance Girl at the festival for being an outstanding scholar athlete ... Was on the cover of the September issue of Volleyball magazine ... Named the MVP of the Sunshine League as a senior ... Graduated magna cum laude ... Received the Kristin Keefe Award as the Most Outstanding Scholar Athlete ... Named the MVP of the Marymount High School volleyball team her final season ... Team won the CIF Championships her senior year ... Named MVP of the SCVA Prep National Tournament in 2004 ... Team finished third in the state during her senior season ... Team captain as a senior ... First team All-CIF and Southern Section in 2004, as well as being named to the L.A. Times Girls All-Star team in 2003 and 2004 ... High school won three CIF Championships from 2002-04 ... Named to the Durango Classic All-Tournament Team as a junior and second team All-CIF ... Member of the National Honor Society ... California Scholarship Federation member ... Academic All-CIF selection in 2004 ... Received the AP Scholar Award for achievement on AP exams as a senior ... Coached the Sunshine Volleyball Club for two seasons.
Personal: Susanna Lee Carls was born on February 27, 1987, in Los Angeles, Calif. ... She is the daughter of John and Jonna Carls ... She has one sister, Mary...Majoring in Art History.