10 Caleb Zimmick
10 - Caleb Zimmick
Height: 6-9
Weight: 190
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Middleton, Wis.
High School: Middleton High School
Position: Middle Blocker
Major: Government
House Affiliation: Quincy

Fifth on Harvard's all-time block assists list with 142 block assists.
Seventh on Harvard's all-time total blocks list with 168 total blocks.
Tied for seventh on Harvard's all-time solo blocks list with 26 solo blocks.

Sophomore •
Earned ALL-EIVA Second Team accolades ... Led the EIVA and ranked 10th in the NCAA with a hitting percentage of .374 ... Produced ninth highest blocks per set average in the country (1.24), which also ranked third in the EIVA ... Scored six kills with three blocks at Stevens (Jan. 18) ... Registered six kills and four block assists at NYU (Jan. 19) ... Posted eight kills and eight blocks at No. 6 Penn State (Jan. 26) ... Compiled eight kills, a .500 hitting percentage and 7 blocks against Loyola-Chicago (Feb. 1) … Added eight kills to his stat sheet versus Rivier (Feb. 5) ... Registered seven kills, a .545 hitting percentage and five blocks as Harvard beat No. 9 Penn State (Feb. 16) … Tallied seven kills and a .385 killing percentage against St. Francis (Pa.) (Feb. 17) ... Tallied eight kills in a team victory over Rutgers-Newark (Feb. 23) ... Posted a team high three blocks, recorded nine kills and a .429 hitting percentage versus George Mason (Mar. 1) ... Tallied six total blocks, three of which were solo, against Princeton (Mar. 2) ... Tallied three kills and five blocks in a win over MIT (Mar. 5) ... Led the Crimson offense with seven kills and a .593 hitting percentage, as well as recorded four blocked shots in a victory over Emmanuel (Mar. 7) ... Tied a career-high with nine blocks and recorded six kills in a victory over Sacred Heart (March 13) … Registered six kills and two blocks against UC Santa Barbara (March 15) … Tallied four kills and three blocks in a contest with California Baptist (March 18) … Recorded six kills and four blocks in a matchup with Concordia (March 19) ... Registered three kills in a victory over Erskine (March 30) … Tallied 14 kills while hitting .550 to go with three digs and three blocks in a win over Princeton (April 5) … Recorded eight kills on .429 hitting and a match-high six blocks versus George Mason (April 6) ... Credited with eight blocks as well as eight kills and two digs in a win over NJIT (April 12) ... Notched four kills and five blocks in a winning effort over Sacred Heart (April 20) ... Named to the EIVA All-Tournament Team … Posted 13 kills, three digs and five blocks while posting a .579 hitting percentage as the Crimson edged George Mason (April 25) in the EIVA semifinals … Notched six kills and two blocks in a matchup with Penn State (April 27).

Freshman 2012
Played in 14 matches while starting 13 before suffering an injury … Recorded a season-high 13 kills against Endicott on Jan. 1 … Notched double-digit kills against Endicott (13) on Jan. 24, Princeton (11) on Feb. 11 and Princeton on March 3 (11) … Had six matches with five or more blocks … Finished the year with a 2.00 kills per set average, 1.20 blocks per set average and a 2.86 points per set mark.

Before Harvard:
A three-year volleyball competitor … Served as team captain his senior year… Named the 2010-11 team MVP … Named All-State Second-Team … Earned All-Area Player of the Year honors as decided by the Wisconsin State Journal … Named conference player of the year during his senior season … Named second-team all-conference in his junior campaign … Contributed to five-year conference championship run from 2006-11  … Helped his team qualify for the state tournament two years in a row … Set state tournament record for most solo blocks in a five-game match (9) … Earned High Honor Roll recognition all four years in school … Member of the National Honor Society … Traveled on mission trips to Belize (twice), Mississippi, and New Mexico … A band member during his four years …  Served as an academic tutor … Mother, Wendy, played volleyball at Wisconsin … Cousin, Abbie Lund, will be a member of the Dartmouth women’s hockey team.