Named to the all-Mountain West Conference team...Started 28 of the team's 34 matches...Missed six matches (including two MWC matches and both contests against University of San Diego) due to injuries suffered at Missouri and Colorado State...SDSU's kill average leader at 3.55 kpg, she was also second in dig average at 2.67 dpg...Second on the team in total kills with 344 and total digs with 259...Average of 4.17 kills per conference game topped the Aztecs and ranked second for all MWC players...Her seven kills in the three-game win over Air Force on Nov. 16 broke a string of eight matches in which she had reached double figures in kills...Her 29 kills at New Mexico established a career high and was the most for an MWC player in a match during the 2002 season...Had 20 kills at Brigham Young, a conference high for a three-game match during the year...Over San Diego State's final nine outings, averaged 4.26 kills and 3.20 digs per game...Recorded 14 doubles-doubles this season, a figure which ranked third in the Mountain West Conference...Named to the all-tournament team at the Aston Imua Wahine Challenge in Hawaii in early September...Member of the MWC all-academic team with a 3.32 grade point average.
Started in 27 of the 28 matches in which she played...Named San Diego State's SBC Pacific Bell Student-Athlete of the Month for October...Led the team with 336 kills...Hit a career-high 24 kills against UNLV on Oct. 5...Tallied six double-doubles during the season...Last double-double came against Denver with 16 kills and 18 digs...Seventh in the Mountain West with 3.46 kills per game against conference opponents...Recognized as Inn Suites Invitational Tournament MVP...Had a .239 hitting percentage...Third on the team with 33 service aces 80 total blocks...Named to the Mountain West Conference all-academic team.
Was a starting outside hitter for the Aztecs during the early portion of the 2000 season...Started 13 of SDSU's first 15 matches...Named to the all-tournament team at the Cornell Invitational where she hit .300 and had 30 kills in three matches...Recorded a pair of double-doubles (kills/digs)...Began her first collegiate season with a .421 hitting percentage and 11 kills against USD...Averaged 2.06 kills and 1.93 digs a game over the course of the season...Personal season-best 15 kills came vs. UC Riverside (9/19), where she hit .440 with nine digs and three blocks.
JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM
Member of the Bulgarian Junior National Team...Played in both the qualification tournament for the European Championships as well as the final stage of the European Championship.
Attended Vassil Levski 166 (high school) in Sofia, Bulgaria...Was named the team's Most Valuable Player and best hitter...Played both outside hitter and middle blocker.
Zlatina Emilova Anguelova was born on Feb. 24, 1981, in Sofia, Bulgaria...Daughter of Emil and Veselina Anguelova...Hobbies include reading and listening to music...Majoring in geographic information systems.