Academic Notes: Majoring in mechanical engineering...Named to the CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District Eight First Team in 2010...Two time Big Sky All-Academic…Two time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient.
2010 (Sophomore): Played in 23 matches with 11 starts...Appeared in 65 sets...Had one double-double (11 kills, 11 digs) against Texas A&M Corpus Christi...Season high 18 kills against Montana on Oct. 7...Recorded 16 kills at home against Eastern Washington on Nov. 13...Season-best .261 hitting percentage at Northern Colorado...Top dig total was 11 against Texas A&M Corpus Christi...Averaged 1.98 kills per set...Posted a .132 hitting percentage...Averaged 1.18 digs per set.
2009 (Freshman): One of three Lumberjacks to start all 25 matches and play in all 92 sets …Tied for 21st in Big Sky in double-doubles with three…Was placed on the Boise State Invitational All-Tournament Team after 3.08 digs per set, 2.83 kills per set, Named to the Fiesta Bowl All-Tournament Team after posting a hitting percentage of .297, 3.67 kills per set, 1.75 digs per set, and 4.08 points per set…Team leader with 2.83 points per set, 260.5 points overall, 2.47 kills per set and 227 kills overall…Second on team in service aces per set (0.21)…Third on team with 2.00 digs per set…Season hitting percentage of .194…Had season-high .244 hitting percentage (14 kills, three errors, 45 attempts), 14 kills (3.5 kps), 18 digs (4.5 dps), and 16.5 points at Boise State…Nominated for Big Sky Player of the Week three times.
High School: Four-year letterwinner, three-year starter and one-year team captain for coach Bil Caillier at Kentwood HS…Named co-MVP of the league as a senior, as well as a Seattle Times All-Star…As a junior was selected first team all-league and Most Inspirational … Second team all-league as a sophomore…Team was three-time league champion and two-time district champion, and advanced to the state tournament all four years with a ranking as high as third…Kent Juniors Volleyball Club team was highly successful, placing as high as fifth nationally in the open division…Team participated in the U.S. Junior Olympics 17 open division in her junior year…As a sophomore was selected to the USA Volleyball Youth National Team Holiday Camp at Cal Poly Tech and was named to the USA Junior Olympics Girls’ Volleyball Championships All-Tournament Team.
Personal: Lauren Nicole Campbell was born August 7, 1991 in Kent, Wash.…Daughter of Scott and Carol Campbell…Has one brother, Brian and one sister, Erin…Cousin Scott Padgett played for five years in the NBA and cousin Cynthia Padgett played collegiate volleyball at the University of Kentucky…Lists getting fifth at nationals in the open division with her club team as the most memorable moment in her athletic career.