Cutrina Biddulph Named AVCA Northeast Region Honorable Mention

Cutrina Biddulph Named AVCA Northeast Region Honorable Mention

Dec. 7, 2005

WASHINGTON - American University women's volleyball star Cutrina Biddulph (Reseda, Calif./Granada Hills) was named to the 2005 Northeast All-Region squad as an honorable mention, the American Volleyball Coaches Association said yesterday.

Her 2005 selection is not the first time she's been named all-region. In 2004, Biddulph was named to the 2004 Northeast All-Region team and in 2002 as an honorable mention. The senior has been on the All-PL team all for years, the last three were on the first team. As a junior, Biddulph was named an honorable mention All-American and as the Co-PL Player of the Year. In her first year with the Eagles she was named the PL Rookie of the Year.

Statistically at American, Biddulph etched her name in the top-10 for career in kills and blocks. Her 1,434 kills are good for fourth all-time at AU and seventh all-time in the PL. The 324 block assists she compiled is a school record and her 85 solo blocks are fourth all-time. Her 128 total blocks this year is good for fourth in the single-season records at AU with her 97 block assists tied for third.

"Cutrina has been a joy to work with over the past four years," head coach Barry Goldberg said. "She's been a great part of our program's success."

Stay tuned to for all the postseason awards for this year's 2005 Eagles.