Oregon Hall of Fame Coaching Staff
Hall of Fame Inductee
|Position:||Hall of Fame Inductee|
|Other Position:||2008 Inductee, Women's Volleyball (1988-1991)|
Few players have exhibited more dominance in the sport of volleyball at the University of Oregon than the first-team Pacific-10 Conference all-league standout. Fueled by an overpowering presence at the net, Charroin exhibited a drive that carried her into becoming one of the most decorated standouts in school history. Excelling in the top volleyball conference in the country, the two-time team leader in kills and digs (1990, 1991) also paced the squad in four other categories her senior year to finish seventh in the Pac-10 in digs avg. (3.4) her final collegiate season. The outside hitter and blocker completed her Oregon tenure fourth on the school’s all-time lists in kills (1,283) and attempts (3,449) while helping lead the Ducks to the NCAA Tournament as a sophomore. The 1988 first-team conference all-freshman team recipient and 1991 Oregon MVP utilized an intensity that led to her sharing the program’s Mental Toughness-Extra Effort Award on three separate occasions before completing her volleyball career playing professionally in Europe. In addition to remaining involved in the sport as a youth volleyball coach, Dawnn Charroin Eikenberry also is involved in fund-raising efforts to help fight leukemia in addition organizing annual Christmas events to benefit special needs families.