1995: Selected to the first team District 7 team and went on to garner first-team All-American status by the AVCA...named the Player-of-the-Year in the Big West Conference...led the league in both hitting percentage (.351) and blocks per game (1.73)...named the Big West Player-of-the-Week in back-to-back efforts on September 18 and September 25...earned All-Tournament honors during the Aston's Imua Challenge with 30 kills and 21 total blocks...hit .390 in conference play...second on the team in kills (391)...set a new UH single-season record for block assists in a season with 162...slammed down double-figure kills in 24 matches...had a career-high 23 kills at New Mexico State on October 7...had six double-doubles including only kill/block double (13 k/11 b) vs. Loyola Marymount on September 8...recorded a triple-double on September 22 vs. Pacific (16 k/11 b/11 d)...was Honolulu Quarterback Club's Female Sports Person-of-the-Month for December and later named HQC Female Sports Person-of-the-Year...finished 81 block assists away from new UH career record.
1994: One of three Rainbow Wahine named to the First Team All-Big West...the only player to participate in all 104 games...played in every game of every match for her first two seasons...did not miss a play during the 1994 season...finished 17th in kill percentage and 28th in blocks in the country...had double-figure kills in 20 matches including the last nine of the season...tied a career-high of nine block assists vs. San Jose State (October 21)...Big West Player-of-the-Week September 5...she led the team in hitting (.375), kills (309), and block solos (26)...led the team in kills in 12 matches...led the Big West in hitting and finished in second in blocking...a First Team All-Northwest Region selection for the second consecutive season...an AVCA Second Team All-American for the second straight year...named the team's best blocker/hitter sharing the honor with Sarah Chase.
1993: Named Second Team All- American as a freshman...named Big West Conference Freshman-of- the-Year in 1993...was the only freshman selected to the All-Big West first or second teams...named to the AVCA First Team All- Northwest...recorded her first triple-double (12 k, 10 d, 10 b) against Pacific on October 30...was the only player on the team to play in all 30 matches and all 102 games...had a total of 11 blocked shots against UC Irvine (September 26).
HIGH SCHOOL: A 1993 graduate of Vallentuna Gymnasium in Stockholm, Sweden...a four-year letterwinner in volleyball...played on the Swedish National team for two years...directed her Vallentuna club team to the Swedish Junior Championship in 1993...named to the All-District first teams in 1988 and 1989...1993 Sweden's Player-of-the-Year.
PERSONAL: Full name is Angelica Elsa Birgitta Ljungquist...born Dec. 20, 1974, in Danderyd, Stockholm, Sweden...majoring in political science...is multi-lingual and can converse in Swedish, English, and French...enjoys going to the beach, shopping, and being with friends...favorite athlete is Ingemar Stenmark, a Swedish downhill skier...daughter of Ann-Britt and Leif Ljungquist of Vallentuna, Sweden.


Kills 23 at New Mexico State (10/7/95)
SA 4 vs. Nevada (10/7/93)
BS 4 at Cal State Fullerton (9/28/93)
BA 9 6x, Last vs. Michigan State (12/8/95)
Digs 19 at New Mexico State (10/7/95)

1993 102 311 95 639 .338 3.04 16 29 192 1.88 158 1.55
1994 104 309 87 592 .375 2.97 24 23 201 1.93 152 1.46
1995 108 391 107 810 .351 3.62 34 23 247 2.29 187 1.73
TTL 314 1011 289 2041 .354 3.22 74 75 640 2.04 497 1.58