* During the season, updated season / career stats are available above, and click here to see a listing of her Duck career match-by-match stats.
Oregon’s first AVCA National and Pac-12 Player of the Year sported the nation’s most impressive all-around resume in 2012 and led team to a best-ever NCAA runner-up finish. After her 96 career matches for UO, the third-year Duck ranked third all-time in career points (1,568.5), fifth in career hitting (.278) and fifth in career kills (1,421), The prior summer of 2011, she played on the USA Volleyball A2 National Team. Played her first season for the Ducks in 2010 after she transferred from Loyola Marymount. In '09, she was one of the nation's top hitters and serving specialists for the Lions as a redshirt freshman. Won the Miss Oregon USA pageant in 2011 late November - the same weekend that the team received its fifth NCAA bid in seven years under head coach Jim Moore - and later was honored with the Miss USA Pageant Most Photogenic Award in the event held the first weekend in June 2012.
2012: AVCA National Player of the Year. Pac-12 Player of the Year. AVCA First-Team All-American. All-Pac-12/Region First Team. Capital One Third-Team Academic All-American. - Ranked fifth nationally in kills (4.85 p/s) and points (5.35 p/s, she led the nation’s top conference in both categories. Similarly in hitting, she stood 10th in the Pac-12 (.325) with her best career season average, and .087 higher than her 2011 average that landed All-Pac-12 honors. On UO all-time season rolls, she stood top 10 in points per set (second, 5.35 p/s), points (second, 631.5), kills per set (fifth, 4.85), hitting (sixth, .325) and kills (seventh, 572). In 2012, she led the team in kills and points in a team-high 22 and 21 matches each, and like-wise in aces 12 times. Among her 35 matches on the season, she has 25 +.300 hitting totals (and 11 +.400), including a season-high .500 mark in the three-set win at then-No. 10 Kentucky (14K-2E-24A). She landed double-digit kill totals in 30 of the season’s last 31 matches, including a Pac-12 season high 32 in a four-setter at Washington State and 31 in a five-setter at then-No. 6 Washington in mid-November. She also had six other +20-kill totals vs. Arizona State (5 sets, 28, .333), vs. California (5 sets, 25K, .404), vs. No. 10 Nebraska (4s, 23k, .429), at then-No. 24 Ohio State (5s, 23K, .333), at Ohio (4s, 23K, .400) and vs. then-No. 2 Washington (4s, 23K, .348). Her best kill per set average this year came in the mid-November trip at Washington / Washington State (9 sets, 63 kills, 7.0 per set, .376) and earned her a school-best sixth Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week honor. She also won similar league weekly honors twice earlier in the season. The first honor came after she was tabbed the tourney MVP in the season-opening D.C. Kohl Classic State after wins at then-No. 24 Ohio State (5 sets – 23 kills, 15 digs, .333), and vs. Toledo (2s, .467) and Houston (2s, .357, 7 kills, 5 digs). She repeated the honor again in mid-October after UO’s home wins over then-No. 2 Washington (4s, 23K, .348) and Washington State (3s, .435, 11 kills, 4 blocks). In the postseason, she was chosen as the Omaha NCAA Regional Most Outstanding Player for her play vs. #4 seed Nebraska (23 kills, .429, 11 digs, 1 block) and #12 seed BYU (17 kills, .302, 11 digs, 3 blocks). Off the court, she picked up Miss Oregon USA honors in late November 2011, then claimed Most Photogenic acclaim in the national pageant in Las Vegas last May. In the classroom, the NCAA Senior CLASS Award top-10 finalist was a 2012 Capital One Third-Team Academic All-American and Academic All-District First-Team pick. She sported a 3.60 cumulative GPA, and graduated with a business sports marketing degree after this term. Season Highs (*Duck Career): Hitting: .500 (14- 2-24), vs #10 Kentucky (9/1/12), Kills: (K-E-TA) *32 (32 (32-4-62) 4s, at WSU (11/17/12), Points: *33.5 (31K-2SA-1BA) at #6 Washington (11/16/12); (32K-1SA-1BA) at WSU (11/17/12), Blocks: 6 (6BA) 4s, at California (10/3/12)), Digs: 15 (5s), 5s, at Ohio St. (8/25/12); (4s) at WSU (11/17/12); vs. #1 Penn St. (12/13/12), Aces: 2, 7 Times.
2011: AVCA Third-Team All-American. All-Pac-12/Region First Team. Picked up UO's seventh volleyball All-America honor all-time and was one of 42 selected to the three national teams combined. In the final national season rankings, she ranked 12th and 14th nationally in kills and points (4.51 / 5.12 per set), and third in the Pac-12 in kills and fourth in points and aces (0.26 p/s). Her season-ending and career-high 30 kills in the NCAA Tournament First Round vs. Colorado State moved her up UO all-time season lists in points (second, 578.5) and kills (seventh, 510). Career-wise, she also stood top 10 all-time for the Ducks in hitting (seventh, .250) and points (eighth, 937). Season-wise in the conference, her 30 and 27 kills vs. Colorado State and WSU were the sixth- and ninth-best overall, and the latter was tied for the conference season best in a non-five-set match. She also logged the Pac-12’s seventh-, 11th- and 12th-best point marks with her 32 vs. CSU, 29 in a five-set win vs. No. 1 UCLA and 28.5 in four-set wins at both ASU and WSU. Altogether, she led the squad in kills and points in 24 of its 31 matches, and also a team-high 12 times in aces. Her eight double-doubles in kills and digs also stood third on the squad and 13th-best in the league. Off the court, was tabbed an Academic All-Pac-12 Second-Team recipient, and was one of five Ducks to picked to the first-, second- and honorable mention squads. Season Highs (*Duck Career): Hitting: .538 (17-3E-26A) at American (3s, 8/31/11); Kills: *30 (30K-13E-81A), vs. Colorado State (5s, 12/1/11), Points: *32.0 (30K-1SA-2BA) vs. Colorado State (5s, 12/1/11); Blocks: *8 (1BS-7BA) vs. #3 USC (4s, 10/14/11); Digs: *14 vs. Cal Poly (4s, 9/13/11); Aces: *3 vs. #7 Washington (3s, 10/22/11), vs. #4 USC (4s, 10/14/11), vs. Oregon State (3s, 11/25/11).
2010: All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention. Immediately boosted the Duck offense that graduated two All-Americans, and focused on front row play only as she recovered from hip surgery and learned the Duck system. At season's end on the NCAA lists, she stood 207th in kills (3.14 per set), and logged the 10th-best hitting mark in the conference (.559 vs. No. 7 Washington). On the season, she ranked third on the squad in hitting (.270) and kills (3.14 p/s). Posted double-digit kill totals in 18 matches, including two of the team’s top-five totals vs. No. 7 Washington (21, .559) and Arizona (20, .395), and two more of its top nine totals vs. ASU (19, .342) and USC (19, .279). Overall on the season, she posted 14 +.300 hitting marks in a match (including four +.400 that came in Pac-10 action). In late September, she became UO’s fourth AVCA National Player of the Week in as many years after its sweep of the Washington rivals. In UO’s 3-1 win vs. then-No. 7 Washington, she staked season highs in kills (21), points (23) and hitting percentage (.559). The first-year Duck's kill tally was a then-team season high; her hitting mark was tops among team performances of 15 kills or more; and she led Oregon in blocks (4) and points for the first time in 2010. In the sweep of returning NCAA qualifier Washington State the night before, she led UO in kills (12) for the first time in '10, and hit .417. Season Highs (*Duck Career): Hitting: *.559 (21K, 2E, 34A) vs. #7 Washington (4s, 9/25/10); Kills: 21 (21K‐2E‐34A) 4s vs. #7 Washington (9/25/10); Points: 23.0 (21K‐2.0B) 4s vs. #7 Washington (9/25/10); Blocks: 4 (0 BS‐4BA) vs. #7 Washington (9/25/10)
2009: All-West Coast Conference Team / Freshman of the Year. Made an immediate breakthrough on collegiate scene, even after a hip injury limited her practice each week of the season. Collegiate Volleyball Update rewarded her with a spot on the 18-person 'Rising Stars' national all-freshman team at season's end (a squad that featured only one current Pac-10 player). Was the only freshman chosen to the All-WCC Team and was a WCC All-Freshman Team and WCC Freshman of the Year honoree, too (and LMU's only pick on either squad. She ended the season ranked ninth nationally in points (5.24 per set), 14th overall (and second among freshman) in kills (4.47 per set) and 45th in service aces (0.40). The team’s leader in all three categories, she led the WCC in double-doubles (11, including six in WCC action), and ranked second in the WCC in kills (4.47 kps), points (5.24 pps), service aces (0.40 saps). Raised her play in league play stat categories, and paced the WCC in points (5.64, 254) and kills (4.96 kps, 223), and ranked second in aces (0.36 saps, 45). In early November, had the league's third- and fourth-highest kill tallies (32 in five sets vs. Gonzaga; 28 in three sets vs. Portland - a league three-set season high by seven kills) to earn WCC Player of the Week laurels. The next match, added 28 kills in five sets vs. San Diego - the sixth-best mark in the league in '09. Also logged the league's third- and fifth-highest kill tallies for three sets at Arkansas (20) and at Pacific (18), and its fourth-best, four-set kill mark vs. San Francisco (24). Tied for conference high in aces (6) in five-setter vs. Cal State Northridge, and added its fourth-best mark (5) in five-setter vs. San Diego. Her 36.5 points vs. USD was second-best in the WCC in '09 and one point shy of the conference high. She also logged the WCC’s fourth- and sixth-best point tallies vs. Gonzaga (35) and Portland (29.5) in her Player of the Week performances. She also turned in the league's two best three-set point tallies vs. UP (29.5) and Arkansas (24), its fifth-best, four-set mark (25.5) and its second- and fourth-best, five-set tallies (36.5 vs. USD and 35 vs. Gonzaga). Twice was honored as the Collegiate Volleyball Update Top Performer. The first honor came on Sept. 1 after the second week of her collegiate career after her efforts in three sets vs. Grambling State (11 kills, .409, 4 blocks, 6 digs, 4 blocks, 2 aces), three sets vs. Arkansas (20 kills, .600, 3 aces, 8 digs, 2 blocks, 24 points) and in four sets at TCU (15 kills, .205, 10 digs, 1 block, 2 aces, 17.5 points). The other CVU honor came after her play in three sets at St. Mary’s (11 kills, 5 digs, 11.5 points) and in three sets at San Diego (15 kills, 3 digs, 16 points). Altogether at season’s end, logged +10 kills in 23 of her 29 matches (including eight with +20), hit .300 or better in seven matches (including four at .400 or higher), served multiple aces in 10 matches (including three or more four times), and came up with +10 digs in 11 contests.
Year MP-MS SP K K/S TA Pct A A/S SA SA/S DIG D/S BS-BA TB B/S Pts Pts/S
LMU CAREER HIGHS
Bergsma's Double-Doubles in 2012 (at UO)
2011 (at UO)
Bergsma's Double-Doubles in 2009 (at LMU)
Bergsma's +20-Kill Oregon Performances (18)
Bergsma's +20-Point Performances (23)
Bergsma's +.500 Hitting Performances (min. 12 att.)