Michelle Rosamiglia
Michelle Rosamiglia

Class: SR

Hometown: Sao Paulo, Brazil

Height: 5-6

MICHELE AT A GLANCE: One of the best setters in Division II ... A candidate for Player of the Year ... Has the ability to see the entire court while setting the ball ... Sees the block and defense very well ... Consistent in getting the ball to teammates in open positions ... Unprecedented decision-making ability ... Great ability to help make everyone on the court better ... Plays great under pressure ... Extremely calm and poised and comfortable in shouldering that load.

JUNIOR (2004): Played in 106 games and all 35 of the Bucs matches ... Set a Buccaneer single-season record with 1,424 assists, which led the Sunshine State conference ... Ranked seventh in NCAA Division II averaging 13.43 per game ... Directed the Buccaneers to a .310 team hitting percentage which led the SSC, ranked third in Division II and third in school history ... Dished out a career-high 66 assists against UPR-Rio Piedras on Oct. 23 ... Collected a career-high 17 digs in the national championship match against Truman on Dec. 4 ... Hit a career-high .571 clip against North Florida on Nov. 20 ... Earned First-Team All-SSC honors ... Named AVCA First-Team All-South region ... Daktronics Second-Team All-South Region ... First-Team AVCA All-American ... Helped lead Barry to a school record 34-1 overall record and 33 consecutive matches won ... Helped lead the Bucs to an undefeated 16-0 mark in the SSC for their sixth conference title ... Assisted in leading Barry to their third NCAA Division II national title in 10 years.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Two-year starter for Miami Dade ... Member of the Shark squads that won back-to-back NJCAA National Championships ... The Sharks also won consecutive FCAA State Championships ... During her two-year stint with MDCC, the team compiled a 63-2 overall record ... Named Most Valuable Player at the 2002 NJCAA National Championship Tournament.

HIGH SCHOOL & CLUB: Played for Mello Ayres team in Brazil.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Geraldo and Eliete Sarchis Rosamiglia ... Majoring in physical education.

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