Started all 32 matches at the libero position.
Led the team and ranked second in the league with 537 digs.
Her average of 4.55 digs per game was third best in the league.
Averaged 4.52 digs in conference play.
Led the Frogs in digs on 28 occasions and posted double-digit dig performances in 27 matches.
Tallied at least 20 digs 11 times on the season.
Posted a career-high 27 digs in a four-game win over Navy on Sept. 2.
Ranked fifth on the team with 29 aces and topped the leader board in the aces category seven times.
Tallied a season-high four aces in a win over Air Force on Oct. 21.
Pitched in 64 assists on the year.
Played in a career-high 30 matches during the 2005 campaign.
Finished fifth on the team and ninth in the Mountain West Conference with 37 service aces.
Ranked third on the squad in digs with 246 (2.24 per game) and fourth in assists with 38 (0.35 per game).
Tallied 10 or more digs in 11 matches.
Notched back-to-back double-digit digs performances to start the season, which included 11 in the season opener versus Oklahoma on Aug. 27.
Followed with an 11-digs outing versus Cal Poly on Sept. 2.
Recorded a career-high 18 digs in TCU's 3-2 win over Denver on Sept. 10.
Totaled at least two aces in 11 of her 30 matches.
Established a new career high with six aces in the Horned Frogs' 3-1 MWC victory over Air Force and added 17 digs, her most in a conference contest.
Earned All-MWC recognition for her work in the classroom.
Saw action in 25 matches as a freshman.
Earned the bulk of her time in the second half of the season.
Helped out in the back row against several of the Frogs' toughest opponents, including Louisville, California, Long Beach State, and UC Irvine.
Picked up 11 digs for a season high in the Conference USA Tournament opener and the Frogs' first postseason win.
Hit for an average of .222 with seven kills in 18 attempts versus Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
Dished out two aces in the match and posted a career-high two blocks.
Matched her season-best effort in aces against Louisville in the second round of the C-USA tourney with two.
Played three years of prep volleyball at Abilene High School under the direction of Didi Pierce.
Earned District 3-5A MVP honors and team MVP honors during her prep career, as well as numerous all-tournament team recognitions.
Also ran track as a prepster, earning District 3-5A first team accolades, and all-state honors as both a sophomore and senior.
Also played one year of high school hoops.
Is the daughter of Vic and Carol Corley.
Has two older siblings, Clay and Cade.
A member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.
Earned recognition on the Dean's List.
Is an international marketing degree at TCU.
Father played baseball at McMurry University from 1967-70.