An explosive hitter that has spent the last two seasons on the right side after beginning her career on the Flats as a middle blocker ... Became the seventh player in the program's history to be named an All-American when she did so in 2006 .. A first-team All-ACC honoree in 2006 after earning second-team all-conference honors in 2005 ... Named to the ACC All-Freshman squad in 2004 ... Stands tied for eighth in the Tech career annals with a .291 hitting percentage ... Has also excelled in the classroom, being named third-team Academic All-District and to the ACC Volleyball Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Part of a recruiting class that was listed as a "Best of the Rest" by Prepvolleyball.com ... The third German player to suit up for the Yellow Jackets, hailing from the same hometown as former Georgia Tech standout Maja Pachale (1998-2001).
2006: Honorable Mention All-America by the AVCA after earning first-team AVCA all-East Region honors ... First-team All-ACC after earning preseason All-ACC accolades ... ACC Co-Player of the Week for Nov. 6 ... Named to the Regency Suites Midtown Classic, Kentucky Classic and Regency Suites Midtown Invitational all-tournament teams ... Finished second on the team and seventh in the ACC with a .311 hitting percentage ... Was third on the team with 354 kills on the season ... Recorded double figures in kills on 22 occasions during the season ... Had four double-doubles on the season ... Hit .560 while pounding out 16 kills against Georgia (9/1) ... Recorded 16 kills and eight digs while hitting .536 in a 3-2 win over Northern Iowa (9/2) ... Had a total of 24 kills and just one error while hitting .575 during the three matches of the Regency Suites Midtown Invitational ... Posted a season-high of five block assists while recording 17 kills against Miami (9/30) ... Posted a season-best .636 hitting percentage with seven kills and no errors vs. NC State (10/14) ... Had 12 kills and five assists at Virginia (10/21) ... Recorded a season-high six assists while hitting .424 with 19 kills at Miami (11/2) ... Had a season-high five service aces with five digs and three blocks while recording 10 kills at Florida State (11/5) ... Shattered her previous career-high with 23 digs at North Carolina (11/12) ... Recorded her fourth double-double of the season with a 17-kill, 18-dig performance against Clemson (11/14) ... Hit .571 with nine kills and only one error against Virginia (11/25) in the season finale.
2005: A second-team All-ACC selection that played in 30 of 31 matches for the Yellow Jackets ... Named the ACC Player of the Week after leading the Jackets to road wins against Florida State and Miami ... Had a total of 336 kills on the season while averaging 2.92 kills per game, which was third on the team ... Hit .270 on the year, which was the team's second-highest mark ... Hit over .300 in eight matches on the season ... Posted double figures in kills in 20 matches on the season, including three in which she had 20 or more ... Was virtually unstoppable against North Carolina at home, recording a career-best 21 kills and a season-high .543 hitting percentage ... Averaged 4.0 kills per game while hitting .395 in a pair of matches at Florida State and Miami ... Posted a season-high eight digs at Clemson ... Had a career-high three service aces against George Washington ... Matched her previous career-high of five block assists on two occasions during the season.
2004: Named to the ACC All-Freshman team while helping the Jackets to an NCAA Tournament appearance ... Finished the year with 200 kills on the season, which was the fifth-highest mark on the team ... Had seven matches in which she hit over .500, including a perfect 4-0-4 match against Winthrop ... Ended the season third on the team in hitting percentage (.291) ... Recorded double-figures in kills on six occasions ... Fourth on the team in kills per game (2.38) and third in blocks per game (0.67) ... Posted a career-best of five block assists against Miami and vs. Clemson in the ACC Tournament ... Recorded a season-high 16 kills against Minnesota in the NCAA Tournament ... Hit .323 and averaged 3.05 kills per game in the last seven matches of the season.
High School: Member of Volleyball Club Parchim in the second division in Germany ... Helped her team to a first-place finish at the German Junior Championship.
Personal: Ulrike Stegemann, called Ulli by her teammates, is the daughter of Harald and Marga Stegemann ... Born August 4, 1984 in Greifswald, Germany ... Father is a former standout sprinter in the 110-meter hurdles ... Has two older sisters, Birgit and Katrin.
STEGEMANN'S CAREER STATISTICS