Calli Corley returns after a year-long break. Her enthusiasm and strong work ethic will greatly benefit the Horned Frogs.
Freshman Season (2003)
Corley saw action in 25 matches during her freshman season, earning most of her time in the second half of the season. Her hard work in the back row helped out against several of the Frogs' toughest opponents in 2003, including Louisville, Cal, Long Beach State, and UC Irvine. In the first round of the Conference USA tournament, Corley picked up 11 digs for a career high and the Frogs' first postseason tournament win. Her best offensive performance came against Arkansas-Pine Bluff, when she hit for an average of .222 with seven kills in 18 attempts.. She also dished out two aces in the match and her career-high two blocks. She matched her aces high against Louisville in the second round of the C-USA tourney, slipping past two.
Corley played three years of prep volleyball at Abilene High School under the direction of Didi Pierce. She earned District 3-5A MVP honors and team MVP honors during her high school career. Corley also ran track as a prepster, earning District 3-5A first team accolades, and all-state honors as both a sophomore and senior. In addition, she played one year of high school hoops.
Born on February 13, 1985, Calli Ann Corley is the daughter of Vic and Carol Corley. She will be a pre-major at TCU. Her father played baseball at McMurray University from 1967-70. She has two older siblings, Clay and Cade.