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)
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.