Loxley Keala
Loxley Keala


Kaneohe, Hawaii

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Mizzou Outlasts Ole Miss, 3-2

Kasey Reuter guides a balanced Tiger offense in comeback win.


Mizzou Volleyball Falls to UGA, 3-2

Career-high performances from Reuter, Towler are lost in a five-set loss to Georgia.


Mizzou Hangs Tough, Falls at No. 17 Kentucky

Balanced offensive attack not enough on the road.


Mizzou Closes Road Trip at No. 17 Kentucky Sunday

Contest will air live on SEC Network at 11 a.m. (CT)


Mizzou Rallies to Defeat Tennessee, 3-1

Thater's big night helps the Tigers to first road win since Oct. 19.


Missouri Volleyball vs. Ole Miss - November 16, 2014

Missouri Volleyball vs. Ole Miss


Missouri Volleyball vs. Texas A&M - November 2, 2014

Missouri Volleyball vs. Texas A&M


Mizzou Women's Volleyball vs. Arkansas

Oct. 31, 2014; Mizzou defeats Arkansas 3-0


Missouri Volleyball vs. LSU - October 17, 2014

Missouri Volleyball vs. LSU


Missouri Volleyball vs. Auburn - October 10, 2014

Missouri Volleyball vs. Auburn


  • Tigers say aloha to promising freshmen Columbia Daily Tribune | Aug. 21, 2013
  • 2013 (FRESHMAN)

    •Played at defensive specialist in her first year as a Tiger and played in 117 sets and all 36 matches for the Tigers.
    •Pulled in 214 digs, tops among three-rotation players last season.
    •Also spread 49 assists, averaging 0.42 per set from the DS position.
    •Tallied 26 total points, including 25 service aces and a kill.
    •Pulled in seven digs in a three-set sweep of Arkansas.
    •Pulled in three digs at No. 16 Kentucky in a 3-0 sweep.
    •Added eight digs in Mizzou's 3-0 sweep of Mississippi State.
    •Posted three digs and an assist in Mizzou's three-set sweep at South Carolina.
    •Posted two assists in Mizzou's three-set sweep at No. 5 Florida.
    •Had five digs and an ace in matches at Auburn and Alabama.
    •Posted six digs and an ace in Mizzou's three-set sweep of Ole Miss and then tallied four digs in Mizzou's three-set sweep of No. 19 Kentucky.
    •Had nine digs in a four-set win at LSU and then tallied six in Mizzou's sweep of Texas A&M.
    •Had five digs and an assist in Mizzou's four-set win over Georgia and came back and tallied five digs and an assist in the Tigers' four-set upset of No. 2 Florida.
    •Collected eight digs and dished four assists in the Tigers' sweep of Tennessee and came back with a 10-dig effort against Alabama while dishing a pair of assists with an ace.
    •Posted a career-best four aces and collected three digs in the Tigers' three-set win over Austin Peay.
    •Played a very good match in the three-set win over Auburn, collecting seven digs with two assists and an ace.
    •Tallied eight digs and was perfect on 11 service receptions in the Tigers' 3-1 win at Arkansas.
    •Pulled in four digs with an ace and an assists in the Tigers' sweep of South Carolina.
    •Had five aces, 19 digs and six assists in 12 sets at the Mizzou Classic while starting all four matches. Averaged 2.44 digs per set and was nearly perfect in serve receive in the Rice Invitational and tallied a kill and six assists in the three matches.
    •Played in all 13 sets at Yale and pulled in 2.77 digs per set, totaling 36 digs in the four matches along with two aces and four assists.
    •Started every match for the Tigers in her first weekend of play as a defensive specialist.
    •Pulled in 18 digs and had a pair of aces and a pair of assists in the opening weekend.
    •Had 13 assists and four digs while splitting time on both sides of the net at the annual Black & Gold scrimmage.

    • Was a three-time All-State selection (2010, 2011, 2012) and was Iolani High School's team captain from 2010-12 under the direction of head coach Kainoa Obrey, lettering all four years of high school.
    • Member of the Aloha Region High Performance Team in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
    • Guided her team to a third-place finish at the State Championships in 2011 and was an IHL All-League selection four times in her career (2009-2012).
    • Earned the James H. Pott Award, given to the high school senior athlete who best exemplifies the standards of personal excellence and sportsmanship for teammates and school.
    • Named to the 2012 PrepVolleyball.com Honorable Mention High School All-America Team.
    • Also lettered in varsity basketball in 2011 and 2012, guiding the team to a pair of top-three finishes at the State Championships, including runner-up nod in 2012.
    • Competed as a high jumper on the track team at Iolani High School as well.
    • Was heavily involved in activities in high school.
    • Member of the Athletics Leadership Council and Student Council and was a Senior Camp Captain.
    • Also served as Iolani Family Fair Chair and Family Fair Advisor.
    • Was a delegate in the International Women's Leadership Conference in 2009.
    • Was an Admission Orientation Guide and a member of the Headmasters List from 2010-13.
    • Served as the Homecoming Chair in 2010 as well.

    • Played for head coach Kaleo Baxter and the Imi Iki Volleyball Club where she guided her team to a fifth-place finish at the Junior Olympic Championship in Dallas, Texas.
    • Her U-16 Team placed first in the Florida Beach Open in 2011 and came back to finish second in the same tournament in 2012.
    • She guided her team to a USA High Performance Silver Championship in the 2012 Hermosa Beach Open and then guided the team to a first place nod in the 2012 USA High Performance Hawaii Beach qualifier. Guided her team to a USA High Performance Beach Qualification in 2013 as well.
    • Attended the 2011 USA Volleyball Holiday Camp.
    • Member of the Aloha Region High Performance Team in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
    • Finished first overall at the 2011 AAU Florida Open Beach 16s and earned second in same tournament in 2012.
    • Also played with USA Volleyball at the A1 competitions in 2010 and 2011 and was a member of the 2011 UCA Volleyball Holiday Camp in Colorado Springs


    • Born on June 10, 1995, as the youngest daughter of parents Lynden and Lani Keala in Honolulu.
    • Plans to study Engineering while at Mizzou.
    • Lynden was a setter at University of LaVerne and a 15-year club coach.
    • Lani still plays volleyball as a recreational player.
    • Sister, Logan, was a three-year starter at Colgate University and currently lives in San Francisco, employed by Twitter, Inc.

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    2013 36-28 117 1 0 10 .100 49 25 214 0 0 26.0
    Career 36-28 117 1 0 10 .100 49 25 214 0 0 26.0

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