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Teri Kramer
Position: Hall of Fame Inductee
Other Position: 2003 Inductee, Women's Volleyball (1984-87)

The Portland native helped lead Oregon to three of its four NCAA appearances since the debut of the NCAA
Tournament in 1981, and a best-ever NorPac runner-up finish to go along with fourth-place Pac-10 showing in 1986
and 87. She was an All-America candidate as a junior and senior and is best known for her prolific junior season
when she led the nation in kills (5.4 avg.) and set school records in kills (703), kill attempts (1,719) and digs (452).
She still leads the Ducks in career digs (1,481), stands second in kills (1,770) kill attempts (4,495) and is among the
top five in most service aces and kill percentage. Kramer also remains as Oregon’s single match record-holder for
kill attempts (93, 1986 vs. California) and digs (64, 1985 vs. BYU). She paced the squad in kills as a junior (703, 1986)
and senior (370, 1987), digs as a sophomore (410, 1985), junior (452) and senior (300), and aces as a senior (28). The
first-team all-Pac-10 first-team pick (1987) still ranks among the top-10 in conference history in season marks for
attacks, kills and kills average, and game-wise in attacks and digs. Even though she only played in the Pac-10
Conference two seasons, her 1,073 kills makes the two-time team MVP the only former two-year player to still make
the conference 1,000-career kill list.