Trina Maso de Moya
Trina  Maso de Moya


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

High School:
St. Thomas Aquinas


Outside Hitter

Career Highlights
*Named to AVCA All-Region team three times
*2000 ACC Player of the Year
*All-ACC first team three times, All-ACC Freshman team
*Accumulated 1,809 career kills and 1,960 career digs
*Named ACC Player of the Week six times in her career

2001 She leaves Wake Forest setting new career records in kills (1,848), attempts (4,785), kills per game (4.19), service aces (182), digs (2,010) and digs per game (4.56) ? finishes the season leading the ACC in service aces (0.60 pg) and digs (4.40 pg) ? posted a career-high 26 kills and 29 digs in the 3-2 Deacon win over Florida State (11/3/01) ? selected ACC Player of the Week (Oct. 27) ? named to the All-Tournament Team of the Wyoming Invitational ? finished the season leading the team in kills (4.02pg) and digs (4.40 pg) ? broke into the NCAA career records with 2,010 digs and 4.56 digs per game.

In 2000: Named ACC Player of the Year and made first team All-Conference... selected ACC Player of the week three times (September 4, 25 and October 30).. .MVP of Deacon and Marshall Invitations... All-Tournament Team at UF Invitational... posted 4.87 kills and 5.13 digs per game, setting a new Wake individual single season record ... surpassed Wake Forest individual records with 502 kills and 528 digs for the season ... led the Demon Deacons with 528 digs with a total of 1,530 career digs, setting a new career record ... moved to second in individual carrer records for kills and attempts ... set new record for kills per game with 4.87 percentage ... recorded .386 kill percentage and 23 digs versus Virginia on November 10.

In 1999: Named first team All-ACC and earned AVCA All-District Team honors ... tabbed Player of the Week in the ACC twice (for the weeks of September 20 and October 11) ... recorded 479 total kills and averaged 4.09 kills per game, both team highs ... set a new individual single season kill record with 479 ... also set Wake record for kills per game at 4.09 ... has already moved into the No. 2 spot for career kills and the No. 3 spot for attempts ... led Wake with 506 digs, setting a new single season digs record ... has already set new individual career record in digs ? averages a school record 4.37 in her career ... also led the team with 40 service aces ... became a more consistent player by posting an attack percentage of .238 and by committing 17 fewer errors last year than in her rookie campaign ... scored double-digit kills in every match except for two ... recorded 21 double-doubles in kills and digs ... led the team in kills in 24 matches and was the team?s leader in digs in 24 of the 34 Deacon matches ... pulled out a season-high 32 digs versus UNCC September 8 in a close loss ... recorded 15 kills and 28 digs in another tight match September 21 against then-No. 13 Clemson ... helped the Deacons overcome Duke on October 26 in five games with a 13 kill, 24 dig effort.

In 1998: Named to the 1998 Atlantic Coast Conference All-Freshman team after an outstanding rookie season ... played in 32 matches and 112 games ... established a new Wake Forest record and led the ACC with 4.43 digs per game ... recorded a school-record 496 digs ... also set a new school record with 3.83 kills per games, ranking 7th in the ACC in that department ... led Wake Forest with 429 kills on the season, the second highest figure in school history ... led Wake Forest and ranked 6th in the ACC with 0.36 service aces per game ... had a school-record 34 digs against Clemson October 21 ... tallied a season-high 24 kills in September 29 win over Duke ... twice named the ACC?s Rookie of the Week, earning her first honor on Sept. 7 after leading Wake Forest to a 3-1 record at the Deacon Invitational ... earned her second ACC Rookie honor on October 19 after leading the Deacs to wins over VCU, North Carolina and NC State and averaging 5.00 kills and 4.80 digs per game ... had 23 matches with double figure kills, 28 with double figure digs and 22 with double figures in both categories.

In High School: A multi-sport athlete at St. Thomas Aquinas High who was selected as the Broward County Female Athlete of the Year in 1996 and 1997 by the Miami Herald ... a Florida all-state selection her junior and senior seasons ... in 1995, she was a member of the Florida 5A state champions ...?voted as the team?s MVP in both 1996 and 1997 ... named the Broward County volleyball player of the year in both her junior and senior seasons ... also a standout in soccer where she was an Olympic Development Pool player in 1997 ... led the country in scoring for two consecutive years with 41 goals and 30 assists as a junior and 43 goals and 29 assists as a senior ...?member of St. Thomas Aquinas soccer team that won five consecutive state championships and had a 104 game unbeaten streak ... team was ranked number one in the nation ...?was a three year first-team all-state selection in soccer and was the Miami Herald player of the year in both 1996 and 1997.

Personal: A Dean?s List student at Wake Forest ... born January 25, 1980 in Plantation, Fla. ... the daughter of Juan and Nenita Maso de Moya of Plantation, Fla.