5 Aida Cadres
    Aida Cadres

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Los Angeles, Calif.

    High School:
    Beverly Hills

    Height:
    5-10

    Position:
    OH/RS


    At Providence: Asa Senior: Played in 120 of 124 games and ranked second on the Friars with 250 digs, third with 33 service aces and fifth with 124 kills...Posted a season-high 15 digs versus South Carolina State on Aug. 29...Registered seven kills and 10 digs on Sept. 6 against Kent State...Notched eight digs and added a season-high five service aces on Oct. 4 versus Chicago State...Had 14 digs against Quinnipiac on Nov. 8. As a Junior: Tallied 126 kills including an 11 kill performance against Maryland-Eastern Shore on Sept. 22...Registered a season-high five aces versus Quinnipiac on Sept. 8...Finished the season second on the team in service aces with 38. As a Sophomore: Recorded five double-doubles in kills and digs... Had a career-high 16 kills against Howard on Sept. 29... Registered a career-high 21 digs vs. LaSalle on Sept. 9...Ranked third on the team in kills (235), service aces (33), and digs (284)... Was second on the team in blocks with 39...Was named to the Division I Independent Volleyball All-Academic Team. As a Freshman: Had four games of double-digit kill totals, including a season-high 14 kills in the season-opener vs. FDU on Sept. 2.

    At Beverly Hills HS: Played volleyball under the direction of Head Coach Marla Weiss...Also played water polo...A member of the South Bay Volleyball Club for four years under the direction of Head Coach Larry Smoot...Named team MVP her senior season and helped guide her team to a league championship...Earned first team all-league honors...Class President her junior year...Member of the Principal's Honor Roll and the Associated Student Body.

    Personal: Daughter of Adele and Martin Cadres...Has one older sister, Ayana, who was a standout PC volleyball student-athlete, class of 2005, and a younger brother, Martin...Born October 17, 1987...Majoring in global studies.

    Coach's Comments: "'Eeda' is our team's emotional leader. She worked hard over the summer to be ready for her senior season. She sets the tone on the court as a naturally verbal leader and is flexible enough to play a number of positions on the court."

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