2006: A second team all-conference selection... saw action in all 30 matches, including 28 starts... played in all 112 games for the Seawolves... set new career-highs in kills and attack percentage... finished the year with 231 kills and a team-best 64 blocks en route to being named to the All-America East second team... rattled off 11 kills in a sweep of Manhattan... hit .333 with 12 kills versus William & Mary... hit a season-best 15 kills and hit .364 versus Princeton... hit .346 with 11 kills and five digs versus UMBC... went for 10 kills versus Albany in the America East Tournament... totaled a season-best 8 blocks and added nine kills in a win over Rhode Island... ranks fifth all-time at Stony Brook with 165 career block assists.
2005: Started all 30 matches and played in 107 of 108 games... finished second on the team with a career-best 79 blocks... set new career-highs in matches started (30), games played (107), kills (226), digs (130) and blocks (79)... named to the America East All-Tournament Team... totaled a career-best 10 blocks in a win over New Hampshire... tallied a double-double with 11 digs and 12 kills in a win over Siena... recorded her second double-double of the season with 17 digs and 10 kills against Bucknell... set a new career-best in kills with 17 in a win over Albany in the America East semifinals... dug a career-best 19 and added eight kills against Oral Roberts... racked up 11 kills and hit .429 against New Hampshire... hit .429 with 11 kills against Hartford... contributed 13 kills and added five blocks in the America East Championship game... totaled 12 kills and four blocks against Maine... rattled off eight kills and eight digs against Binghamton.
2004: Played in 22 out of 30 matches as a freshman... worked her way into the starting lineup for 12 games... third on the team in blocks with 40... eighth in America East conference play with .83 blocks per game...led all freshman on the team in blocks and blocks per game... recorded a career-high eight kills and hit .500 in a sweep against Maine... dug out a career-best three balls in a win over New Hampshire, at UMBC, and in a win over New Hampshire... posted six kills and three digs in a sweep against New Hampshire... blocked a career-best six and rattled off six kills versus Albany... hit at a .556 mark with five kills and four blocks in a sweep of Hartford... blocked four and chipped in five kills in the season finale against Northeastern... hit at a .500 clip in a sweep of UMBC... 35 out of her 40 blocks came in America East conference play... contributed three kills and four blocks in a game at Binghamton... added three kills and one block in a game at Albany... totaled seven kills, two assists, three digs and one block in a match against UMBC... recorded a career-high two block solos at Binghamton... put in two kills, two assists and two digs in a match against Long Island University... earned a bronze medal in the Empire State Games.
High School: Earned four letters at Longwood HS in Middle Island, N.Y....two-time all-county and team-MVP recipient... three-time all-county tournament team member... 2002 White Letter Award winner... 2003 Suffolk League I Player of the Year... 2003-04 sportsmanship award winner... 2004 Dellecave Award Nominee... also played varsity basketball for three seasons.
Personal: Amy Oleksiej... born November 6, 1986, in East Meadow, N.Y.... daughter of Teresa and Lechoslaw Oleksiej... history major.