Cassie Weaver and Jac’cara Walker tied for a match-high 18 kills
First serve is set for 1 p.m. on Sunday
Senior Cassie Weaver had a match-high 25 kills
Number increased by 50 percent from 2014-15
Marshall places third-most student-athletes on list among league schools
Photos from Marshall's Senior Night against Southern Miss on November 6, 2015
Appeared in all 30 matches, starting six … played 117 sets ... named team captain during the season … recorded 170 digs and second on the team in assists with 106 … had four matches in double-digit assists, including a season-high 24 against Stony Brook (Sept. 5) at the Fairfield Invitational … recorded four matches of double-digit digs with a season-high 14 against Wake Forest (Sept. 11) and Davidson (Sept. 12) … collected three service aces twice in two matches (Morehead State (Aug. 28), Boston College (Sept. 5)) … averaged 1.45 digs and 0.91 assists per set ... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and awarded the C-USA Academic Medal.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014)
Appeared in 22 matches, including two starts ... tallied 68 digs, five assists, four service aces, and one kill in 54 sets played ... recorded career-high 10 digs in her first start of season on Oct. 24 vs. UTSA ... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and awarded the C-USA Academic Medal.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013)
Appeared in 23 matches ... recorded career-high 12 assists on 9/14 versus Kent State ... second on team with 75 assists ... awarded the C-USA Academic Medal and named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
PRIOR TO MARSHALL
A product of Cabell Midland High Schoolin Huntington, W.Va. ... two-time West Virginia All-State player ... tallied 9,953 assists and 855 digs in her four-year career at Cabell Midland ... named to the 2011 and 2012 First Team All-MSAC teams ... earned Cabell Midland All-Tournament honors her last three years ... selected to the Greenbrier East and Parkersburg All-Tournament teams her last two seasons ... helped her team make it to the USA Volleyball Junior National Championships, where they placed 33rd in the National Division.
Majoring in biology.