Interactive: SF State student digs record reaches all-time high

 

 

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A dig is a defensive statistic in volleyball that is awarded when a player keeps a ball in
play that would have otherwise registered a point for the opposing team. Jessica Nicerio, a senior libero, stands center court in ready position. She stands alone as the all-time leader in digs for SF State.

Charts and graphics that describe Nicerio’s success in recording digs surround her image.

Nicerio’s total number of career digs reached a record-high 1,728.

The jerseys graphic at the bottom of the page lists the top digs holders in SF State history. Jessica Nicerio is the all-time leader, followed by Iris Tolenada, Dani Steigerwald, Pam Rigor, Jaclyn Clark and Roci Wong, respectively.

The bar graph to the left shows Nicerio’s numbers of digs per season. Nicerio has ranked in the top 10 in the California Collegiate Athletic Conference every season of her collegiate career, highlighted by her freshman campaign when her 525 digs landed her 2nd place among CCAA players.

​To the right hand side of the page ​are Nicerio’s highest career dig games. Her career-high 38 digs, which was the second highest output in SF State history, came against Grand Canyon University on Nov. 29, 2012.

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