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Alaina Chacon

#15

Player profile

(Updated October 2018)
height
5-9
year
Sophomore
hometown
Crown Point, Ind
high school
Crown Point

FRESHMAN (2018):

Earned a 6-1 record in her rookie season and played in a handful of exhibition matches … Saw four consecutive straight-set victories with three different partners … With Bailey Reardon, took down St. Petersburg College’s Fillipo/Ocampos at the No. 4 position to help the Seminoles defeat the Titans at home … Teamed up with 2018 AVCA All-American Tory Paranagua for four dual matches, earning two straight-set victories against Houston Baptists’ Miller/Carter at the No. 4 position and Jacksonville’s Mattingly/Peterson at the No. 3 position, and a three-set victory over Long Beach State’s Reinking/Konstantopoulou at the No. 4 position … Chacon/Paranagua held Miller/Carter to only four points in the second set … With Molly McBain, took down TCU’s Rogers/Arellano in straight sets at the No. 4 position … With Eva Torruella, defeated Jacksonville State’s Jarnagin/Frear 21-15, 21-9 at the No. 4 position.

PRIOR TO FLORIDA STATE:

Chacon spent three years at Crown Point High School where she amassed 1,105 digs (3.25 digs/set), 940 kills (2.76 kills/set), 150 service aces and 133 blocks. She concluded her senior season by earning four major honors including First Team All-State, Defensive Player of the Year, Server of the Year and All-Conference (Duneland).

A 5-9 outside hitter, She enjoyed her third straight 300-kill season as she posted 303 strikes (2.40 kills/set) as a senior. She made her defensive presence felt for the Bulldogs with 40 blocks (35 solo blocks) and a single-season career-high 425 digs (3.37 digs/set). Chacon enjoyed a resurgence in her serve game, recording 55 service aces—one off her single-season high (56) set as a sophomore.

Alaina and her sister Madison combined for 802 of the Bulldogs’ 1,152 kills in 2016, finishing 1-2 in kills. Under head coach Alison Duncan, Crown Point finished 36-4 overall, capping off a perfect 12-0 season at home, ranking third among teams in the state of Indiana and 49th nationally according to maxpreps.com. The Bulldogs were runners-up at in the Indiana High School Athletic Association 4A State Championship after suffering a 3-1 setback to Cathedral in their first appearance in the finals in program history.