Two-Time AVCA All-America Third Team Honoree (2011, 2012)
AVCA All-South Region First Team (2012)
AVCA All-Central Region (2011)
All-SEC First Team (2012, Unanimous)
All-Big 12 First Team (2011, Unanimous)
All-Big 12 Freshman Team
School Record Holder - Kills in a Season (523)
Blue Raider Bash All-Tournament Team
Denver Pioneer Classic All-Tournament Team
Big 12 Player of the Week (Oct. 17, 2011)
Big 12 Player of the Week (Nov. 7, 2011)
SEC Player of the Week (Sept. 2, 2012)
2009 AVCA/Under Armour HS All-American
No. 50 on Prepvolleyball.com's Senior Aces List
Class 4A All-State (2008, 2009)
Junior Olympic All-Tournament Team
US Olympic Developmental Team Participant
All-Metro Kansas City (2008, 2009)
Became just the second Tiger in program history to earn a spot on one of the AVCA All-America teams in back-to-back seasons after earning a spot on the All-America Third Team.
Named to the All-SEC First Team as a unanimous selection and also earned a spot on the AVCA All-South Region Team.
Of the 41 student-athletes to be honored among the three AVCA All-America teams, Henning had more kills than 37 of those 41 players and more than 12 of the 14 first-team honorees.
Led the SEC in kills per set (4.64) and points per set (5.28), just a year removed from leading the Big 12 in kills per set and points per set.
Her numbers were better in SEC play, averaging 4.75 kills per set and 5.34 points per set, also league-bests.
Had 506 kills on the season, becoming the first-ever Tiger with 500+ kills in back-to-back seasons. Also hit .252 despite having 554 more attacks than the next-closest attacker on the team.
Finished the season ranked in the top-10 nationally in both kills per set and points per set and had the SEC's top four point performances in 2012.
Will enter her senior season at No. 1 on the SEC's active kill leaders list with 1,295 through her first three seasons.
Was the second-fastest Tiger to break the 1,000 career kills barrier, crossing the milestone midway through the 2012 season.
Named SEC Player of the Week on Sept. 4 after guiding Mizzou to a Libscomb Invitational Title, her third weekly conference honor in her career.
Earned a spot on the Preseason All-SEC team along with teammate Molly Kreklow.
Had double-digit kills in all but one match in 2012, breaking the 20-kill mark in eight matches.
Had a season-best 26 kills in the Tigers' five-set, comeback win over Tennessee in the SEC opener (9/12), while pulling in 11 digs.
Had 11 double-doubles on the season, 10 of which came in SEC as she pulled in a career-high 290 digs, averaging 2.66 per set on the season.
Also averaged 0.72 blocks per set on the season, second-best on the team, and reset her career-high in blocks with seven at Alabama (10/17).
Reset her single match career highs in kills (27), attacks (74) and blocks (seven).
Also had 24 service aces on the season, the third-best mark on the team.
AVCA ALl-America Third Team selection and AVCA All-Central Region honoree after setting the school record for kills in a single season (523).
Named to the All-Big 12 First Team as a unanimous selection.
Is the first Tiger to ever lead the Big 12 in kills per set and points per set during league play in a season.
Posted 11 kills and seven digs at Texas Tech as she is just the third Tiger to ever reach 500 kills in a single season.
Tallied a team-best 17 kills in the Tigers' loss to No. 9 Texas while collecting nine digs, just missing a double-double.
Posted a team-high 11 kills in the Tigers' loss at Texas A&M while pulling in seven digs.
Tallied a team-high 19 kills in the Tigers' four-set loss to No. 13 Iowa State.
Big 12 Player of the Week for the second time in her career on Nov. 7 after averaging 5.75 kills per set on .380 hitting against Kansas and Baylor.
Posted 24 kills on .321 hitting with 10 digs and two blocks against Baylor.
Posted 22 kills on .455 hitting while pulling in four digs and pitching in two blocks at Kansas.
Her .455 hitting percentage in that match was her career-best when tallying more than 20 kills.
Led the Tigers with 18 kills in a sweep of No. 21 Oklahoma and accounted for a team-high 19.5 total points in the match.
Accounted for 14.5 total points with 12 kills, two aces and a block assists at Kansas State.
Collected a career-best 18 digs in that match as well, good for her fifth career double-double.
Posted nine kills while adding a service ace to account for 10.0 total points at No. 10 Texas.
Posted nine kills and had a career-best five service aces in the Tigers' sweep of Central Arkansas.
Named Big 12 Player of the Week on Oct. 17 for her efforts in a pair of wins over Kansas and Texas Tech.
Totaled 22 kills against Texas Tech on .312 hitting.
Matched her career-best with 27 kills in the Tigers' four-set win over Kansas.
Combine that with her 27 kills in the previous match against Baylor, her 54 kills in back-to-back matches are a new school record.
Had a career-best 27 kills on 62 attacks with just four errors (.365 hitting) to lead the Tigers in a five-set loss at Baylor.
The 27 kills are the most by a single player in Big 12 play this season and top her previous career-best by four.
The .365 hitting percentage is also her best career clip when tallying more than 20 kills.
Tallied five digs and three blocks in the match against Baylor as well.
Posted a team-high 16 kills and pulled in seven digs in the Tigers' loss at No. 22 Oklahoma.
Had 24 kills on 69 attacks against Kansas State.
Also tallied a career-best six blocks (her two solos in the match were a career-best as well) along with a career-high 28.0 total points.
Pulled in eight digs in that match as well.
Posted a then career-best 21 kills and a career-best high 58 attacks in the Tigers' win over Texas A&M.
Also had a career-best 24 points in that match and corralled seven digs.
Led Mizzou with 13 kills and just missed a double-double with nine digs at No. 16 Iowa State.
Named to the American Volleyball Classic All-Tournament Team after totaling 51 kills on .266 hitting while pulling in 36 digs and posting a pair of double-doubles.
Named to the Denver Pioneer Classic All-Tournament team after totaling 58 kills on .248 hitting while pulling in 37 digs.
Tallied a career-best 50 attacks in the Tigers' win over UTSA.
Had 49 kills on .284 hitting in five matches at Middle Tennessee last week.
Led the Tigers with 47 kills at the Tiger Invitational, doing so on .402 hitting.
Also added 23 digs, seven total blocks and six service aces.
Her 47 kills are the most by any player in the Big 12 this season so far and she ranks seventh in the league in kills per set at 3.92 as well.
Tallied her first career service ace on her first career service against Binghamton and posted her first career double-double with 13 kills and 11 digs in the tournament finale against North Dakota State.
Earned All-Big 12 Freshman Team honors after posting 266 kills on .227 hitting in her freshman season.
In her first two NCAA Tournament matches, Henning tallied 30 kills on .367 hitting, including and 18-kill effort against Northwestern in the second round, helping Mizzou advance to the Sweet 16.
She hit .556 in the match against Northwestern, a career-best and the best mark by a Tiger with at least 15 kills in 2010.
She led the Tigers with 18 kills in that match as well, becoming the first Tiger freshman to lead the team in kills since Jessica Vander Kooi did so in 2003.
She also became the first true Tiger freshman to lead the team in kills in each of her first two matches as a Tiger.
Finished the season averaging 2.29 kills per set and tallied 50 total blocks (11 solo, 39 assists) to average 0.43 per set.
Was fourth on the team in both kills (266) and points (296.5) and pulled in 37 digs on the season.
Played in 116 of the Tigers' 119 sets on the year and played in all 33 matches while starting 19.
Her season-best attack total came against Texas Tech when she had 35.
Season-best point total came in the Tigers' first-round NCAA Tournament upset at Northern Iowa as she accounted for 19.5 total points.
Ranked in the top 50 on the Prepvolleyball.com `Senior Aces' list.
Led Blue Springs to a 36-5-1 overall record and a Class 4A MSHSAA runner-up finish in 2009.
Finished the 2009 campaign with 431 kills on .385 hitting while adding 74 blocks and 307 digs.
Class 4A First Team All-State selection in 2008 as well as All-District and All-Region.
Suburban Big Seven All-Conference selection in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009.
Was an All-District selection in each of her four seasons and was an All-Region and Class 4A All-State honoree in each of her finals three seasons (2007-09).
Earned All-Metro Kansas City honors in both 2008 and 2009.
Was a Prepvolleyball.com All-American in 2008 and a member of the Prepvolleyball.com Frosh-59, Soph-79 and a top-50 national junior recruit.
Was an Evelyn Gates Award Finalist, recognizing her as one of the top four high school volleyball players in the Kansas City Metro Area.
Helped lead her team to four-straight Suburban Big Seven Conference championships and a 47-1 record in conference play during that span.
Led the team to back-to-back District titles in 2008 and 2009 and earned a Sectional titles in 2009.
Coached by Katie Grusing during her time at Blue Springs.
Coached by Amy Drawe as a member of the KC Extreme, based out of Lee's Summit, Mo.
Led the team to a second-place finish at the Junior Olympic Nationals 15 Open Division in 2007.
Was named to the All-Tournament team during that tournament as well.
Participated with USA Volleyball's high Performance A1 Select Team in 2006 and 2007.
Was one of 30 players selected of a pool of nearly 400 to work out with the United States Olympic developmental team in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., back in 2006.
Of the 30 players on the developmental team, she was one of only nine front-row players to selected to the program.
Daughter of Randall and Susan Henning.
Born January 6, 1992 in Kansas City, Mo.
Is currently undecided on her course of study while at Mizzou.