2003 2003: Second team Sun Belt All-Conference ... Preseason Sun Belt All-Conference ... Broke the school record for kills in a career with 1,494 ... She also moves into fifth place for digs in a career with 1,001 ... Her 553 kills this season is good for second in the Lady Raider record books for kills in a season and also led the team ... Led the team in attacks (1,423) and digs (265).
2002: Named to the 2002 Sun Belt Conference All-Tournament team ... In the two matches in the tournament she registered 25 kills and had averaged 3.1 kills per game ... Also averaged 3.0 digs per game registering 24 digs ... Named Second Team All-Conference ... Had a career-high five block assists against Purdue ... Tied for fifth place for kills in a match with 29 against Arkansas State ... Led the team in kills with 447 averaging 3.55 kills per game ... Also led the team in digs with 416 averaging 3.30 per game ... Ranked second in the Lady Raider record books for kills per game with 3.76 and fifth in career for digs per game with 2.94.
2001: Named Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year ... Twice had 30 or more kill matches with the second one at Arkansas State on October 28 breaking the school record for kills in a match with 35 ... Had 20 kill matches seven times ... Ranked fourth in the conference and first on the team in kills with 494 which is also good for third place for kills in a season in the Lady Raider record books ... Ranks second in the Lady Raider record books for kills per game in a season with 3.98 ... First on the team in attacks with 1,284 ... Second on the team in digs with 320 averaging 2.58 per game ... Recorded 22 digs against Samford ... Had five aces against FIU ... Competed for the Middle Tennessee track and field team in the long and triple jump.
2000: Redshirted the fall season.
High School: Personal: Shakeithia Nicole Deckard is majoring in social work ... Born Nov. 13, 1981 ... Daughter of Sherbert Deckard and granddaughter of Curtis Deckard ... Listed in the Who's Who Among American High School Students.