Marshall remains perfect on the season after a shutout victory over the Griffs
Marshall will play Indiana State, Morehead State and Canisius
Marshall defeated Indiana State 3-1 and Morehead State 3-0
Marshall's season begins on Friday, Aug. 28 at the Eagle Challenge.
Recipients maintain cumulative grade point averages of 3.0 or better
Appeared in and started 31 matches... finished season with nine double-doubles, registering double digit kills and digs... collected 18 kills on Sept. 12 vs. Kansas State.... Turned in match-leading digs twice with 22 (Sept. 6- Green Bay, Sept. 12- IPFW)...Recorded a career-high .314 hitting percentage on Sept. 28 vs. FIU, with 14 kills in 35 attempts... Third on squad with 288 kills and second with 338 digs... also collected 14 service aces, 27 blocks, and 29 assists... Named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
AS A FRESHMAN (2013)
Appeared in 25 matches, starting 13... played in 94 sets, recording 203 kills on the season... had three matches where she recorded 16 kills (9/06-UIC, 9/10- ETSU, 11/10-Tulsa)... recorded 21 digs on 9/10-ETSU... recorded 19 total blocks...tallied four service aces on the year... recorded 156 digs during her freshman campaign... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
PRIOR TO MARSHALL
A product of Cabell Midland High School in Huntington, W.Va.... 2012 West Virginia Class AAA High School Player of the Year ... Finished her high school career with 1,874 kills, 209 aces, 269.0 blocks, and 1,522 digs ... Averaged 5.1 kills per set during her junior and senior season. Earned the most kills of any West Virginia high school player in her final two season, according to MaxPreps.com ... Selected to West Virginia's All-State team twice ... An All-Mountain State Athletic Conference (MSAC) selection ...Named the 2012 MSAC Player of the Year her senior season ... Recognized as a 2011 and 2012 Gatorade Player of the Year nominee ... Helped her team make it to the USA Volleyball Junior National Championships, where they placed 33rd in the National Division
Majoring in exercise science.