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Molly Kreklow 1
Molly Kreklow

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Delano, Minn.

High School:
Delano

Height:
6-0

Position:
S

Birthdate:
02/17/1992


04/02/2014

Tiger Talk Top-10 Moments of 2013-14

Fans can vote for top moment of the year!

02/20/2014

Mizzou Volleyball Honored at WIN Luncheon

Hunter, Deng Yang win Coach of the Year; Molly Kreklow wins Collegiate Sportswoman of the Year.

02/18/2014

Quick Digs With Sarah Meister - Week Three

Tiger libero looks at what some of her former teammates have been up to this winter.

01/30/2014

Seven Mizzou Volleyball Players Land on SEC Honor Roll

All but one eligible volleyball member made the honor roll.

01/20/2014

Kreklow, Henning Named Volleyball Magazine All-Americans

Molly Kreklow earns first team distinction, Henning second team.

12/07/2013

Missouri Volleyball vs. Purdue - December 7, 2013

Missouri Volleyball vs. Purdue

12/06/2013

Missouri Volleyball vs. IUPUI - December 6, 2013

Missouri Volleyball vs. IUPUI

11/27/2013

Missouri Volleyball vs. Arkansas - November 27, 2013

Missouri Volleyball vs. Arkansas

11/22/2013

Missouri Volleyball v Mississippi State - November 22, 2013

Missouri vs Mississippi State

11/03/2013

Missouri Volleyball vs. Kentucky - November 3, 2013

Missouri Volleyball vs. Kentucky

Career Honors
• All-SEC Second Team (2012)
• Two-Time All-Big 12 Honorable Mention (2010-11)
• All-Big 12 Freshman Team (2010)
• AVCA All-Central Region Honorable Mention (2010)
• AVCA Central Region Freshman of the Year (2010)
• Five-Time Big 12 Rookie of the Week
• Big 12 Player of the Week (Aug. 29)
• AVCA National Player of the Week (Aug. 30)
• All-SEC Preseason Team (2012)
• Tiger Invitational MVP (2010)
• Pepperdine Asics Challenge All-Tournament
• 2011 Tiger Invitational MVP
• Blue Raider Bash All-Tournament Team
• Denver Pioneer Classic All-Tournament Team
• Tiger Invitational All-Tournament Team (2012)
• Lipscomb Invitational Tournament MVP
• Morehead State Eagle Challenge All-Tournament Team
• Academic All-Big 12
• 2010, 2011 USAV Junior National Team Member
• 2009 AVCA/Under Armour HS All-American
• Two-Time AAU All-American (2008, 09)
• Three-Time AAU National Champion (2007, 08, 09)
• 2008 USA Volleyball Youth National Team Setter
• No. 20 on Prepvolleyball.com's Senior Aces List
• Junior Olympic All-Tournament Team (2007, 08)

2012
• Named to the All-SEC second team in her first season in the conference and was a preseason All-Conference pick as well.
• Averaged 10.47 assists per set, fifth in the SEC, and averaged 0.25 service aces per set, ninth in the SEC.
• Was second in the SEC with 19 double-doubles last season with 13 coming in SEC play.
• Finished the 2013 campaign with 300 digs, ranking her 20th in the SEC and as the top digging setter in the conference.
• Her 47 assists in a three-set sweep of South Carolina (11/2) were the second-most in a three-set match in the SEC last season, guiding Mizzou to a .342 attack percentage in the win.
• Kreklow's setting helped Mizzou hit .261 as a team, the second-best mark in the SEC and the 21st overall clip nationally.
• Posted 32 assists and 11 digs with two aces in the Tigers' sweep at Mississippi State.
• Was sensational in the Tigers' sweep of LSU, spreading 41 assists with five kills on six errorless attacks with two aces and two blocks while guiding Mizzou to .374 hitting.
• Spread 35 assists and pulled in 12 digs in the Tigers' sweep of Arkansas State, good for her 16th double-double of the season while guiding Mizzou to .364 hitting.
• Spread 51 assists, her second-best total of the season and her best four-set total of the season, in the Tigers' four-set loss at Ole Miss (10/19).
• Also pulled in 11 digs and had five kills on 11 errorless attacks in that match with two blocks.
• Was two kills shy of a triple-double with eight kills, 42 assists and 10 digs in the Tigers' five-set win at Auburn (10/21); the eight kills are a career-best.
• Dished 29 assists and tallied three kills, a team-best 12 digs with an ace and three blocks in the Tigers' sweep of Mississippi State.
• Spread 48 assists in just four sets in a win over Alabama and added five kills (.364 hitting) and 12 digs in the win.
• Spread 42 assists over five sets and had seven kills on .357 hitting and 15 digs in the Tigers' five-set loss at Tennessee.
• Spread 47 assists (11.75 per set) and corralled 14 digs in the Tigers' four-set win at LSU, good for her seventh double-double of the season.
• Dished 40 assists in the Tigers' sweep of Ole Miss and guided the Tigers to .347 hitting in that match.
• Finished just a block shy of a triple-double with 52 assists, a season-best 16 digs and a career-best nine blocks in the Tigers' five-set comeback win over No. 17 Tennessee.
• Averaged 10.55 assists per set while averaging 1.18 kills per set on. 684 hitting with seven total blocks and an ace, earning a spot on the All-Tournament Team at the Morehead State Eagle Challenge.
• Named Tournament MVP at the Lipscomb Invitational after averaging 10.56 assists per set and guiding the team to a .275 attack percentage.
• Earned Tiger Invitational All-Tournament honors after finishing the week averaging 11.00 assists per set while finishing with two double-doubles.
• Quarterbacked the Tiger offense to the fifth-best attack percentage in program history (rally scoring era) at .477 with 41 assists in just three sets against Nicholls State.

2011
• Honorable Mention All-Big 12 for the second straight season.
• Tallied her team-leading 15th double-double with 32 assists and a team-high 17 digs in the Tigers' NCAA Tournament first round match with No. 17 Florida.
• Spread 45 assists and had seven digs and six blocks at Texas Tech in the regular season finale.
• Posted 37 assists and two aces against No. 9 Texas.
• Tallied her 14th double-double of the season with 31 assists and a team-best 14 digs in the Tigers' loss at Texas A&M.
• Posted her 13th double-double of the season with 40 assists and 18 digs in the Tigers' four-set loss to No. 13 Iowa State.
• Tallied her 12th double-double of the season with 46 assists and 13 digs in the Tigers' win over Baylor.
• Tallied four kills in that match as well.
• Posted another double-double with 51 assists and 15 digs in the Tigers' win at Kansas.
• Tallied her 10th double-double of the season with 42 assists and 11 digs in the Tigers' win over No. 21 Oklahoma.
• Posted 41 assists and eight digs in the Tigers' loss at Kansas State.
• Had 22 assists to go along with three kills and a dig in a loss a No. 10 Texas.
• Passed out 34 assists with two kills, two aces and four block assists in the Tigers' win over Central Arkansas.
• Dished 48 assists with four blocks and seven digs in the Tigers' four-set win over Texas Tech.
• Tallied her eighth double-double in nine matches by spreading 54 assists while collecting 10 digs in the Tigers' four-set win over Kansas.
• Posted another double-double with 52 assists and 14 digs to go along with five kills in the Tigers' five-set loss at Baylor.
• Had a season- and career-best 16 attacks in that match as well.
• Matched her career-high with seven kills and finished just shy of a triple-double with 42 assists and 12 digs at No. 22 Oklahoma.
• Dished 56 assists and pulled in 15 digs for her sixth double-double of the season in a losing effort against Kansas State.
• Tallied a then season-best 53 assists in the Tigers' win over Texas A&M while pulling in 11 digs, good for her fifth double-double.
• Added three kills and a solo block in the match as well.
• Spread 27 assists with five digs and a solo block and a kill at No. 16 Iowa State.
• Tallied three double-doubles including one 20-20 performance at the American Volleyball Classic last weekend.
• Tallied a career-best 22 digs in the Tigers' win over Villanova.
• Had 46 assists in the Tigers' win over American.
• Named to the Denver Pioneer Classic All-Tournament team after spreading 154 assists while tallying 15 kills, seven aces and 12 blocks.
• Set a new career-high with seven kills against UTSA and notched a new career-best 9.5 total points at Denver, including four aces.
• Named to the Blue Raider Bash All-Tournament team after leading the Tigers to four sweeps, averaging 11.67 assists per set Named Tiger Invitational MVP for her efforts.
• Dished 149 assists at the Tiger Invitational and had 13 kills on .571 hitting with five blocks and 16 digs.
• Dished a season-high 42 assists against Idaho State, a Big 12 three-set high this season.

2010
• Named AVCA Central Region Freshman of the Year, was honorable mention All-Big 12 and earned a spot on the All-Big 12 Freshman team after anchoring a potent Tiger offense from the setter position.
• Was the Big 12 Preseason Freshman of the Year and was named Big 12 Rookie of the Week a league-high five times in 2010.
• Also named Tiger Invitational MVP and to the Pepperdine Asics Challenge All-Tournament Team.
• Led the Tigers with 1,392 assists and finished the season ranked second in the Big 12 with 11.70 assists per set.
• Pulled in 276 digs on the season - good for fifth on the team.
• Led the team with 13 double-doubles on the season as well.
• Finished the year with 74 kills on .150 hitting but was a much improved attacker once she gained full use of her right hand back after recovering from a dislocated pinkie.
• Posted a season-high six kills on two separate occasions with the most recent of which coming at home against Texas Tech (11/10).
• Posted a season-best 62 assists in a five-set loss to Oklahoma (11/24).
• Served underhand for the Tigers' first six matches, but in her first match serving overhand, she aced Tennessee Tech a career-best five times.
• Tallied a career-best 18 digs in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Northern Iowa, helping the Tigers to a five-set victory.
• Had six matches with at least 50 assists and one with more than 60 in 2010.
• Was the second-best freshman nationally in assists per set last season, trailing only Oregon's Lauren Plum.

High School
• Ranked No. 20 on the Prepvolleyball.com `Senior Aces' list after playing at Delano and Blaine High Schools in Minnesota.
• Led Blaine to a third-place finish in the Minnesota State 3A bracket during her freshman season back in 2006 and helped the team earn sixth place in 2007.
• Led Delano to a sixth-place finish in Class 3A after switching schools in 2008.
• Led Delano to a Wright County Championship in 2009 and a 27-2 overall record heading into the State Championships later this month.
• Finished the regular season with 490 assists, 356 kills, 194 digs, 80 service aces and 28 total blocks.
• Minneapolis Star Tribune First Team All-Metro selection in 2009.
• All State honoree from the Minnesota Coaches Association in 2009 as well.
• Was a dubbed as a top-50 junior recruit in 2008 by Prepvolleyball.com.
• Wright County All- Conference, St. Paul Pioneer Press First Team All-State and Minneapolis Star Tribune Third-Team All Metro selection in 2008.
• Prepvolleyball.com ranked her as a Soph-79 member in 2007 and she was named Northwest Suburban All-Conference that season as well.
• Selected to the Frosh-59 list by Prepvolleyball.com in 2006 and was a Northwest Suburban All-Conference Honorable Mention honoree.

Club
• Was an AAU All-American in 2008 and 2009 while playing for head coach Adam Beamer and the Mizuno Northern Lights, based out of Burnsville, Minn.
• The team won three AAU National Championships during her tenure with the club in 2007, 2008 and 2009.
• She also led the team to a second-place finish at Junior Olympic Nationals in 2008 and a third-place finish in 2007.
• Was named to the Junior Olympic All-Tournament team in each of those years as well.
• Was one of two setters on the USA Youth National Team in the summer of 2008 and the winter of 2008.

Personal
• Daughter of Mike and Marcia Kreklow.
• Born February 17, 1992 in St. Louis Park, Minn.
• Father, Mike, played basketball for two years at Wisconsin-Madison before transferring to play at Drake University.
• Mother, Marcia, played volleyball at Drake University as well.
• Is the niece of Mizzou head volleyball coach Wayne Kreklow and is cousins with Rick Kreklow, a basketball player at Cal.
• Plans to major in accounting during her time at Mizzou.

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Year MP/MS SP K E TA H% A SA D BS TB PTS
2010 33-33 119 74 42 214 .150 1,392 22 276 0 46 119.0
2011 34-34 127 86 36 245 .204 1,353 33 307 11 70 165.0
2012 31-31 109 119 28 246 .370 1,141 27 300 4 67 181.5
Career 98-98 355 279 106 705 .245 3,886 82 883 15 194 465.5