Professional Career (2005-Present)
Member of USA Select Tour team organized through "Bringit Promotions" that traveled to Buenos Aires, Argentina, in June 2005 to take on the Argentinean Senior National "B" Team, the Argentina Junior National Team, the Argentina Youth National team and several professional and club programs ... Suffered a torn bicep tendon in the fall 2005 and had to undergo surgery ... Did not play in competition during rehabilitation ... Helped the nationally ranked LSU volleyball team as a student assistant coach in the spring of 2006 while also training with the team ... Played in the Adult Nationals in May 2006 ... Finished 37th in the Atlanta Open with partner Elina Salomaki as a member of the AVP ... Finished seventh in the Women's Open division in the MotherLode Beach Volleyball Tournament, the most comprehensive beach doubles volleyball tournament in North America, in September 2006 with partner Allie Griffin.
Senior Season (2004)
Played in all 109 games in 29 matches ... First-team All-Louisiana selection ... Hurricane Frances Invitational Most Valuable Player ... Time-Warner Cable Texas Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Became just the 13th player in LSU history to record 1,000 career kills ... Finished her career ranked 11th in school history ... Also ranks fourth in kills per game, ninth in total attempts and second in attempts per game in career history ... Led the team with 344 kills and ranked second in kills per game ... Ranked third on the team in blocks with 78 ... Finished her career ranked 10th in block solos in LSU history ... Was fifth on the team in digs with 178 ... Tied for third on the team with 21 service aces ... Recorded five double-doubles on the season ... Had 16 matches with 10 or more kills ... Posted a season-best 24 kills in five-game win at Arkansas ... Against Houston, recorded the third-most total attempts in a five-game match in school history with 68 ... Also posted a career-best 22 digs against the Cougars ... Led the team with a career-best .769 attacking percentage (10-0/13) against Ole Miss ... Against SMU, recorded a season-best nine blocks ... Posted a career-best five service aces against Arkansas.
Junior Season (2003)
Played in 111 games in all 30 matches ... Second-team All-SEC selection ... Named to the All-Louisiana first team ... Most Outstanding Player in the Mean Green Classic Tournament ... Member of the Wildcat Classic and Tiger Classic All-Tournament teams ... Became just the fourth player in LSU volleyball history to lead the Tigers in kills, blocks and hitting percentage in the same season ... First player since Tiffany Miller in 1994 to lead the team in all three categories ... With 472 kills, recorded the most single-season kills since Carmis Franks in 1996 ... With 111 blocks, recorded back-to-back 100-block seasons ... Ranked third on the team with 248 digs ... Recorded her first career triple-double with 24 kills, 18 digs and a career-best 10 blocks against Mississippi State ... Had seven double-doubles on the season ... Recorded 10 or more kills in 24 of LSU's 30 matches, including seven 20-plus kill matches ... Had a career-best 27 kills against Arkansas, which is tied for the 10th most kills in a four-game match in LSU history ... Against Kentucky, recorded a season-best 19 digs ... Hit at a season-beset .412 clip with 17 kills against New Orleans ... Had a season-best four service aces against Mississippi State ... Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Sophomore Season (2002)
Played in 103 games in all 28 matches ... Honorable Mention All-Louisiana selection ... Led the team with 18 block solos, 83 block assists and 101 total blocks ... Ranked second on the team with 310 kills and 3.01 kills per game ... Recorded the fourth-best hitting percentage at .276 ... On 16 occasions recorded 10 or more kills in a match including a season-high 21 against Florida A&M ... Recorded a season-high and team-best nine blocks against Ole Miss ... Twice recorded a team-best three solo blocks (against Kentucky and Ole Miss) ... Hit at a season-best .615 clip against Auburn ... Three times recorded a season-high two service aces (against Louisiana Tech, UL-Lafayette and Alabama) ... Member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Freshman Season (2001)
Saw the most action of all the true freshmen as she played in 31 games in 18 matches ... Had a team-best 1.39 blocks per game average playing mostly middle blocker ... Was at her best in the middle of October when she put together consecutive performances of seven blocks, nine blocks and six blocks against New Orleans, Rice and South Carolina, respectively ... Three times recorded a season high of six kills, including once in conference play ... Hit .195 on the year with her best performance coming against Ole Miss as she notched a .375 clip.
Named first-team all-state and the District Offensive Player of the Year in her senior season ... Helped Bishop Lynch to the Regional Championship her sophomore year and the District Championship in her junior campaign ... Was a second-team all-district selection as a sophomore and a first-team selection as a junior ... Earned three letters in volleyball ... Also played soccer, earning four letters.
Full name is Regan Elizabeth Hood ... Daughter of Ann and Mark Hood ... Has one older sister, Rachel ... Majoring in advertising ... Born on Aug. 10, 1983, in Lafayette, La.
Kills: 27 vs. Arkansas (9/24/03)
Total Attempts: 68 vs. Houston (11/27/04)
Hitting Pct.: .769 (10-0/13) vs. Ole Miss (10/3/04)
Assists: 4 vs. Alabama (10/31/04)
Digs: 22 vs. Houston (11/27/04)
Service Aces: 5 at Arkansas (11/12/04)
Total Blocks: 10 vs. Mississippi State (10/31/03)