Backed up an All-Big 12 Freshman Team nod with 174 kills (1.60 per set) on .217 hitting with 63.0 blocks and 30 digs in her first season in the SEC.
Played all three positions at the net as personnel issues forced her to play on the left side, right side and in the middle as she was asked to do a lot for the Tigers.
Went over the 10-kill mark in five matches, including a season-best 16 on .519 hitting in the season finale against Alabama (11/23).
Had back-to-back 10-kill matches in a three-set sweep over Mississippi State (10/14) and a four-set loss at Ole Miss (10/19), hitting .391 and .286 in those two matches, respectively.
Had 12 kills on .500 hitting in a three-set sweep of Nicholls State (8/25).
Posted a career-best 5.0 total blocks in a three-set sweep of Georgia (9/30) at the Hearnes Center.
Hit better than .300 in nine matches on the season, including five of her final eight matches.
Named to the All-Big 12 Freshman Team.
Became the first Tiger freshman since 2006 to post 300 kills in a season as she had five against No. 9 Texas.
Had four kills and three digs in the Tigers' NCAA Tournament first round loss to No. 17 Florida.
Posted a team-high 11 in the Tigers' sweep at Texas Tech in the regular season finale.
Tallied, two kills, a dig and a block in the Tigers' loss at Texas A&M.
Posted nine kills with three blocks in the Tigers' loss to No. 13 Iowa State.
Posted 13 kills on .275 hitting in the Tigers' win over Baylor.
Had another great match with 14 kills on .273 hitting in the Tigers' win at Kansas while pitching in a block.
Posted 17 kills on .244 hitting in the Tigers' sweep of No. 21 Oklahoma.
Tallied 12 kills on .242 hitting in the Tigers' loss at Kansas State.
Posted a pair of kills while playing in all three sets at No. 10 Texas.
Posted six kills on .353 hitting in Mizzou's sweep of Central Arkansas.
Had six kills and two blocks in the Tigers' four-set win over Texas Tech.
Tallied six kills and two blocks against Kansas.
Posted seven kills on 24 attacks with two blocks, an assist and a dig in the Tigers' five-set loss at Baylor.
Tallied eight kills with three digs and a pair of blocks at No. 22 Oklahoma.
Posted 14 kills on .263 hitting with a career-best five digs and five blocks in the Tigers' loss to Kansas State.
Tallied 16 kills on .310 hitting in the Tigers' four-set win over Texas A&M.
Also pitched in a career-best five blocks (three solo, two assists) in the win over the Aggies.
Led the Tigers with a .421 attack percentage at No. 16 Iowa State after tallying eight kills on 19 errorless attacks.
Posted 32 kills at the American Classic including a career-best 20 kill on a career-high 61 attacks in the Tigers' five-set win over Villanova.
Tallied 41 kills in four matches at the Denver Pioneer Classic while adding 10 blocks.
Big 12 Newcomer of the Week for the second time in her career after hitting .312 with 40 kills in five matches at Middle Tennessee.
Named Big 12 Newcomer of the Week and earned a spot on Tiger Invite All-Tournament team with 46 kills on .488 hitting in her first weekend as a Tiger.
Also tallied seven blocks on the weekend.
Hit better than .500 in two of the Tigers' four matches on the weekend and better than .400 in three of the matches.
Named one of the top 25 underclassmen to watch by Sports Imports and VolleyballMag.com and was voted captain of the Nebraska All-State team in 2009 and 2010.
Slotted at No. 69 on the PrepVolleyball.com Senior Aces list.
Was named one of the top 50 high school juniors by PrepVolleyball.com.
Named to the Under Armour/AVCA High School All-American watch list in 2010.
Played for the Omaha Gross Catholic under the direction of head coach Korrine Schuster as she guided the Cougars to back-to-back state titles in 2009 and 2010.
Was the team captain in 2010 when she garnered All-RCC Conference honors during her senior season and was named All-State Tournament that year as well.
Named Class B Honorary Captain on the All-State teams in both 2009 and 2010.
During her junior season in 2009, she guided Gross to a state championship and was named All-State, All-State Tournament Team and once again garnered Super State and All-Conference team honors.
As a sophomore in 2008, Wilson was an All-Conference selection, team MVP and a Class B First Team honoree.
Aside from guiding Gross to back-to-back state titles in 2009 and 2010, she also guided Gross to third-place finishes in the Nebraska state playoffs in 2007 and 2008.
Her team never finished lower than third in the Nebraska State Playoffs and led Gross to four district titles and three RCC Conference titles.
Also lettered in track and field during her freshman and sophomore seasons.
Has been a member of the Gross Catholic honor roll and was an academic all-conference selection in her sophomore and freshman seasons.
Played for Nebraska Elite under the direction of Nick Schuster.
Is the sister of former Tiger middle hitter Catie Wilson.
Born Oct. 15, 1992 in Omaha, Neb., to parents Jim and Liz Wilson.
Is undecided on her exact major but would like to do something in the health professions field.
Remained very active in her community and church during high school.
Enjoys walking her dog as well.