AS A JUNIOR (2014) Appeared in all 32 matches, starting 28 of them.. second on squad with 323 kills and second with 74 total blocks... set new career-high for kills four different times during season… current career-best was a 20 kill match against Middle Tennessee on Nov. 2 with a season-best .442 hitting efficiency…Posted an above .300 hitting percentage in eight different matches, including going .500 on Oct. 26 vs. UTEP… Recorded double-digit kills in 15 matches, including nine of her last 11…turned in three solo blocks on Nov. 13 at Rice… also turned in 57 digs in season… named to the all-tournament team at the Chippewa Challenge hosted by Central Michigan… Named to the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll
AS A SOPHOMORE (2013) Appeared in 27 of the Herd's 30 matches, starting in 15... played 93 sets recording 148 kills on the season... recorded a career high 12 kills on 11/10 versus Tulsa... led Herd with a .667 hitting percentage against Morehead State on 9/4 where she tallied a match-best six total blocks... recorded nine kills and a .263 hitting efficiency on 10/6 versus Louisiana Tech... was a crucial element in game three of the Herd's sweep of UAB on 10/20... recorded 34 total blocks on the year... also recorded 44 digs during her sophomore campaign... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
AS A FRESHMAN (2012) Played in 31 matches and started 25 ... Posted 167 kills, averaging 1.46 kills per set ... Second on the team with 59 blocks, averaging .52 blocks per set ... Recorded 52 digs ... Tallied a 93.9 percent serve receive average after only accumulating two receive errors on 114 attempts ... Set a career-high with seven blocks against UCF (9/28).
PRIOR TO MARSHALL Played volleyball for the Teays Valley Christian School in Pliny, W.Va.... A member of the River Cities Volleyball club team ... During her senior year, was named the West Virginia Christian Athletic Tournament (WVCAT) MVP and led her team to a WVCAT championship for the first time in school history ... Throughout her high school career, she collected two Teays Valley Christian MVP awards, two WVCAT All-Conference selections, a Mountaineer Christian Athletic Conference All-Conference selection, and WVCAT All-Tournament honors ... Majoring in elementary education.