2009 La Quinta Suites Invitational All-Tournament Team
2009 Michigan/Pepsi Challenge All-Tournament Team
2009, 2008 Academic All-Big 12 (First Team)
Mizzou School-Record Holder - Attacks in a Single Match (78)
2008 BYU Molten Classic All-Tournament Team
2008 Spring Hill Suites Invitational All-Tournament Team
2008 AT&T Invitational All-Tournament Team
2007 Texas State CenturyTel Premier MVP
2007 Magnolia Classic All-Tournament Team
2006 TWC Texas Invitational All-Tournament Team
One of the most experienced players on the Tiger roster, entering her fifth season with the program ... Is the Tigers' active leader in kills, attacks and service aces ... Enters the 2010 season in the best shape of her career and will be an impact player on the outside ... Will combine with Ampudia to form one of the Big 12's best 1-2 offensive punches in 2010 ... Boasts a strong serve and solid passing ability when playing in the back row.
Finished the season with 295 total kills, good for second on the team in that category ... Added 158 digs, 36 total blocks and 25 service aces on the season ... Finished the season ranked eighth in the Big 12 in services aces per set at 0.26 ... Set a Big 12 season-high with eight service aces against Colorado, the third-most in a single match in program history ... Was the Tigers' top attacker for the first half of the season until slowed by mononucleosis during Big 12 play ... Finished with kill totals in double-digits in 13 of her 29 matches played, highlighted by a season-best mark of 19 in the Tigers' five-set comeback over Texas A&M (9/26) ... That match fell in the middle of a streak that saw her post double-digit kill totals in 13 of 16 matches before missing three with mono ... Named to the Utah Valley La Quinta Invitational All-Tournament team after posting 38 kills, 18 digs and six blocks (three solo, three assists) in the three matches ... Her best match of the tournament came against Utah Valley (9/5) as she tallied 16 kills on .286 hitting with six digs ... Followed that performance with 15 kills and nine digs against Utah (9/5), just missing a double-double in the Tigers' tournament finale ... Named to the Michigan/Pepsi Challenge All-Tournament team the following weekend after posting 50 kills on .280 hitting with 30 total digs in the Tigers' four matches, making it one of her best weekends as a Tiger in 2009 as she averaged 3.85 kills per set and 2.31 digs per set ... Hit double-digits in kills in three of those four matches, highlighted by her 16 on .324 hitting against Morehead State (9/11) ... Also hit .357 with 13 kills against Fairfield (9/12) in the next match ... Posted a school-record for attacks in a single match with 78 in the Tigers' five-set win over Texas A&M (9/26) ... Had 10 kills at Iowa State (10/3), 14 against Colorado (10/7), 10 against Texas Tech (10/10) and 12 at Kansas State (10/14), giving her double-digit kill totals over four-straight Big 12 matches before missing time with mono ... After her three-match hiatus, she returned to post four kills on eight error-free swings against Kansas State (10/28) ... Posted 15 kills on .333 hitting at Colorado (11/14) and nine kills on .348 hitting at Texas Tech (11/18), her best two attack percentages during Big 12 play ... Posted five kill-dig double-doubles on the season while pulling in a season-best 13 digs against Texas A&M ... Posted the 1,000th point of her career on her final kill in the Tigers' five-set win over Texas A&M (9/26) ... Currently ranks sixth all-time at Mizzou with 3,045 career attacks as she posted 884 in 2009 ... Finished the season tied for second on the team with 10 solo blocks ... Boasted a .963 service reception percentage as she had only 13 errors on 351 chances ... Those 351 chances were third on the team behind only libero Caitlyn Vann and defensive specialist Priscilla Armendariz ... Named to the Academic All-Big 12 team for the second-straight season and earned her third varsity letter at Mizzou.
Averaged a team-best 3.42 kills per set while totaling a team-best 393 total kills while playing in all 115 sets for the Tigers, earning her second varsity letter ... Posted four 20-kill efforts on the season with 23 against Utah State (8/30), 20 at Texas A&M (10/4), 20 versus Texas Tech (11/1) and 20 against Kansas State (11/19) ... Amassed double digits in kills in all but eight matches, totaling at least nine kills in four of those matches ... Posted 265 kills in Big 12 play, averaging 3.40 per set while hitting at a clip of .180 ... Posted eight of the team's top 10 single-match kill totals in 2008 and nine of the team's top 10 single-match attack totals, highlighted by a career-best 66 in a five-set match against A&M (10/4), a match which she finished with 20 kills ... Earned All-Molten Tournament honors after finishing the season-opening tournament with 45 kills ... Had 63 attacks in a four-set match versus Kansas (10/15) ... Led the team in total attack with 1,257 which ranks third all-time on the MU single-season attack list behind only Na Yang (2007) and Shen Danru (2003) ... Moved her career total attack numbers to 2,474 which ranked 15th on the all-time attack list at Mizzou ... Led the team with 28 service aces on the season ... Finished third on the team in total digs with 258 and 2.24 digs per set ... Hit double-digits in digs during 10 matches and posted seven kill/dig double-double to finish second on the team in that category ... Had a career-best 19 digs in a four-set match against Kansas State (10/8) and closed the season by compiling double-digit digs totals in three of her last five matches ... Had 15 digs at Colorado (11/15), 16 versus Kansas State (11/19) and 13 at Baylor (11/22) ... Finished the season with 41 total blocks (24 solo) with her season-high four coming on three different occasions - vs. Texas Tech (11/1), vs. Kansas State (11/19) and at Baylor (11/22).
Started 2007 by recording 4.44 kills per set on a .281 hitting percentage and 2.85 digs per set while playing in seven matches before her season ended with a knee in the third set of the match against Houston in the Texas State CenturyTel Premier Tournament in San Marcos, Texas, where she was still named tournament MVP ... Received a medical hardship waiver after her injury, nullifying her stats from that season.
Averaged 2.75 kills per set as part of her 3.19 points per set average ... Had 16 matches with 10 or more kills and eight matches with 15 or more kills ... Had two matches with four or more aces ... Named to Texas Invitational All-Tournament team after leading Mizzou with 10 kills while hitting .304 versus No. 2 Penn State (9/7) ... Led team in kills in three matches including season-high 21 against Baylor (9/27) and 15 at Iowa State, adding three blocks ... In first career start, scored seven aces while adding seven blocks and two solos against Villanova (8/26) ... Scored 19 kills on .280 hitting, adding five digs ... Scored seven kills on .312 hitting, adding three blocks in a sweep of No. 5 Texas (9/23) ... Tallied 17 kills on .286 hitting while adding five digs and two blocks against No. 14 Oklahoma (11/15) ... Scored six kills, four digs and a block at the NCAA Tournament against Santa Clara and had 14 kills while adding six digs and a block in the second round against Stanford.
PrepVolleyball.com rated her as one of the top-40 prospects to come out of the class of 2006, as she was a multi-time All-State performer for the Keota Eagles ... Averaged nearly 5.50 kills per game over her career with an above-.400 hitting percentage ... High school coach - Dan Stout ... Club coach - Kyla Roberts and Emilio Mendoza.
Majoring in accounting ... Lists camping, boating, shopping and watching movies as hobbies ... Born Nov. 26, 1987.