|High School:||Eleanor Roosevelt|
Junior (2013): Appeared in 24 of the team’s 32 matches, playing in 56 total sets...posted a career high in digs (19) and aces (2) in the Aug. 31 match against Bryant....recorded 16 digs in the Ducks’ four-set win at UCLA, Nov. 10...averaged 1.48 digs/set.
Sophomore (2012): Played 22 of the team’s 35 matches, and her 33 sets of action included three in the postseason and 19 in Pac-12 play. Logged digs in six of the team’s first eight contests of the season, and also in three Pac-12 tilts. In season opener, tallied a career-high in aces (2) and two digs in sweep of Toledo. Added career-best in assists (3) and a dig the next day in 3-0 win over Houston. Also had two digs in victory over UC Santa Barbara and single digs vs. Portland State, Washington State, California and No. 6 Washington. Also landed an ace in sweep at Oregon State.
Freshman (2011): Played 40 sets and 23 matches (including 16 in the Pac-12 and another in the postseason). Logged digs in 10 tilts, and multiple digs in four contests vs. NCAA returnees No. 12 Minnesota (season high 5), Arizona (3), Liberty (2), Portland State (2), and also vs. Colorado (2). Played three sets in three sweeps the first three weeks vs. NCAA advancers Liberty and American, and also Seattle. Logged her first collegiate ace vs. American.
High School: Was a Press Enterprise All-Area first-team choice as a sophomore, junior and senior and led league multiple years in aces (2008, ‘09) and digs, ‘08, ‘10). As a senior, she ranked top 20 in the state in digs (18th, 505) and digs per set (20th, 6.6). Picked up all-tourney team nods in the Lady Centurion (2009, ‘10) and MLK Tournaments (2010). Her prep highs included 44 digs and 21 kills in matches from 2010 and ‘07, respectively. In the club ranks, played for the Club West (2008-10), Mavericks VC (2001-05, 2007) and Rancho Valley VC (2006). Off the court was a National Honor Society member, and four-year scholar-athlete award winner. Graduated with a 4.1 GPA, and received her Academic Letter with Honors with Distinction in 2008, ‘10 and ‘11, and Honors in ‘09.