Updated August 24, 2009
A very athletic and quick middle hitter makes up for her height disadvantage with her jumping ability has helped improve the Saluki block over the past two years ranks ninth all-time at SIU in career solo blocks (71) and fourth in career block assists (298) her career .268 percentage ranks ninth all-time.
Saluki Invitational MVP
One of two Salukis to start all 29 matches, seeing action in all 107 sets as a junior first on the team hitting .297 on the season, ranking third in the Missouri Valley Conference her 2.70 kills per set ranked second on the team and 13th in the MVC finished with 289 kills, 20 assists, 70 digs and a team high 37 service aces and 115 total blocks she also led the league in service aces (0.35), finished fourth in blocks per set (1.07) and seventh in points (396.0) recorded a career-best 25 kills at Evansville (Sep. 26) and tied a career-best seven digs (Sep. 19).
As a sophomore, led the team in kills with 311 played in 110 sets, starting all 31 matches second on the team with 2.83 kills and 1.12 blocks per set third in service aces (27) recorded a season-best 16 kills against Cleveland State (Sept. 7) recorded a career-best seven digs against Cleveland State (Sept. 7) her 103 block assists rank eighth all-time at SIU ranked eighth in hitting percentage and blocks in the Missouri Valley Conference her 10 block assists against Bradley (Nov. 9) ranks fifth all-time at SIU.
One of two freshman that played in all 99 sets and started all 28 matches finished the season with 105 block assists, sixth all-time in school history her 1.32 blocks per set average ranked fourth in the Missouri Valley Conference the first Saluki since 1997 to average over 1.3 blocks per set was second on the team hitting .196 and posting 2.15 kills per set recorded a season-high 16 kills in her first collegiate match against IUPUI (Aug. 25), hitting .750 with just one error in 20 attempts, ranking 10th all-time at SIU against Bradley (Oct. 28) posted her best career blocking effort with nine block assists and 11 total blocks.
A three-time All High Buffalo Public Schools First Team and scholar-athlete award winner as a sophomore, was named All West New York second team junior year was named All-State Fourth Team named All-State First Team as a senior was named the Byron Bergen Tournament MVP, Henry Hudson All-Tournament team, All-West New York first team small schools and the Buffalo News All-West New York First Team played in high school senior all-star game.
High School City Honors
Club Team Volley FX
Full name is Chandra Jennine Roberson majoring in business carries a 3.09 GPA born on September 5, 1988 in Buffalo, N.Y. has a brother, Erik daughter of Eugene and Judith Roberson.