2002: Started all 32 matches and played in 125 games ... Fourth on the team in kills with 250 ... Registered a career-high 37 attacks against Aransas State ... Had a career high four aces againt North Texas ... Also recorded a career-high four solo blocks against New Orleans.
2001: Led the team in blocks with 131, averaging 1.08 blocks per game ... Played in 111 games ... Had 11 kills and 10 block assists against Arkansas State ... Had 11 kills and 12 digs against Samford ... Recorded a career-high 18 kills against Arkansas-Little Rock ... Averaged 2.2 kills per game.
2000: Played in 27 matches while she adjusted to Division I conditioning ... Replaced the injured Katie Thiesen at the Sun Belt Conference Tournament and had 12 kills, one block, five block assists, and nine digs in the three games played at the tournament.
High School: Was a Class A-AA Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Volleyball Selection ... Her high school team, Hume Fogg, won the state championship her junior year and made it to the quarter finals in 1999 ... Was chosen top player in the Coaches All-Star Tournament in Knoxville, TN ... Played club volleyball for the Spike Club Team in Nashville, TN ... Was named First Team All-Region, First Team All-District and District Co-MVP in 1999.
Personal: Karisse Baker is majoring in criminal justice ... Born March 26, 1982 ... Daughter of Rachelle Baker ... Plans to enter the FBI or U.S. Marshalls after graduation ... Listed in the Who's Who Among High School Students.