CAREER CAPSULE: 2005-2009
Was a four-year letterwinner at TCU.
Named All-Mountain West Conference as a senior.
Also earned AVCA Honorable Mention All-American honors.
Selected to the AVCA All-West Region team.
Was a six-time MWC Player of the Week, including five times as a senior.
Leaves TCU as the career-record holder in blocks with 525 (87 solo, 438 assist).
Her average of 1.10 blocks per set ranks first all-time.
Also holds the top spot for career attack percentage at .338 (1274-261-2700).
Played in 131 matches, tying Nirelle Hampton for the most all-time in school history.
Appeared in 478 career sets, which ranks second all-time.
Racked up 1,274 career kills to rank fifth all-time.
Averaged 2.67 kills per set, a mark that ranks eighth in school history.
Took 2,700 swings in her career, ranking eighth all-time.
Totaled 1,582 career points to rank second all-time.
Amassed 61 double-digit kill matches in her career, including 25 as a senior.
Recorded two career double-doubles (at Utah, Oct. 6, 2007; vs. New Orleans, Sept. 12, 2008).
Racked up a career-high 24 kills against Denver on Sept. 8, 2007, a total that ranks tied for eighth in five-set matches.
Also totaled 156 career digs, an average of 0.33 per set.
Served up two aces in her career, both coming in her sophomore campaign.
Played in and started 31 matches, appearing in 110 sets.
Had a .318 attack percentage, which ranked sixth in the league.
Ranked eighth in the league with an average of 1.12 blocks per set.
Posted a league-high 22 solo blocks, while assisting on 101 for a total of 123 blocks on the season.
Tallied 267 kills on the season, an average of 2.43 per set.
Totaled 27 digs on the season.
Earned MWC Player of the Week honors on Nov. 10 for her performances against Wyoming and No. 13 Colorado State.
Tallied 23 kills, hit .512 (23-2-41) with seven blocks.
Racked up 11 double-digit kills matches.
Led the team in kills 11 times, attacks three times and blocks 22 times.
Notched her lone double-double of the season on Sept. 12 against New Orleans with 17 kills and 10 blocks.
Posted a season-high 18 kills vs. North Carolina on Sept. 20.
Blocked nine attacks (four solo, five assist) on Sept. 25 at UNLV.
Posted another nine-block match against the Rebels on Oct. 25 with two solo and seven block assists.
Had a stretch of three matches with at least 10 kills beginning on Nov. 6 against Wyoming.
Totaled 33 kills with just three errors in that stretch.
Tallied 21 kills in the final two matches of the season (11 at Rice and 10 at Houston).
Played in all 34 matches and made 33 starts, while playing in 127 games.
Had a career season, that saw her set career highs in all statistical categories.
For the second straight season, she led the squad in blocks with 153.
Ranked seventh in the league with her average of 1.20 blocks per game.
Hit .350 on the season, ranking first on the team and fourth in the conference.
Tallied 412 kills on the season, an average of 3.24 per game.
Picked up 12 assists and added her first two career service aces.
Led the team in kills on 12 occasions and blocks in 26 matches.
Racked up at least five blocks in 17 matches.
Had double-digit kills in 23 matches.
Pitched in with 47 digs on the season, including a career-high five twice in matches against Florida Gulf Coast (8/24) and Georgia Southern (9/8).
Posted a stretch of 11 straight games with at 10 kills from Sept. 5 through Sept. 21.
Tallied a career-high 24 kills in a win over Denver on Sept. 8.
Hit an outstanding .607 (18-1-28) in a victory over Georgia Southern that same day.
Served up her only two aces on the season against Alcorn State on Sept. 15.
Picked up her first career double-double on Oct. 10 at Utah.
Slammed 16 kills on a career-high 43 swings and denied 10 balls at the net with three solo blocks and seven assists.
Fell a block short of another double-double against San Diego State on Oct. 13 with 16 kills and nine blocks.
Had 12 kills and five blocks in the Frogs' upset victory over No. 17 Colorado State on Nov. 15.
2006 (Redshirt Freshman)
Played in all 32 matches and started 31.
Appeared in 118 games.
Ranked fifth on the squad with 196 kills, an average of 1.66 per game.
Her .276 attack percentage was second best on the team and placed 10th in the league.
Led the team in blocking with 123 total blocks, an average of 1.04 per game.
Totaled 15 solo blocks, which was second on the team.
Had at least five blocks on 12 occasions.
Led the team in blocks 17 times.
Pitched in defensively with 30 digs.
Splashed onto the scene in her first collegiate match by hitting .857 (6-0-7) against Loyola with three blocks.
Best blocking performance came against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi where she racked up eight.
Tallied a career-high 10 kills against Centenary on Sept. 9.
Posted a career-high four digs twice (Centenary, 9/9 & Wyoming, 9/16).
Equalled her career-high with 10 kills at San Diego State on Oct. 29.
Sat out the season as a redshirt.
Was a letterwinner under Jenna Gomez at Haltom High School.
Received recognition for her efforts on the court and in the classroom.
Voted the team's Most Valuable Player and Best Offensive Player.
Also earned Outstanding Sophomore honors, as well as academic all-district and academic all-state accolades.
Was an honorable mention, second-team and first-team all-district honoree during her prep career.
Also excelled as a basketball letterwinner.
Earned identical honors on the basketball court as she did on the volleyball court, in addition to best free throw shooter and best rebounder.
Is the daughter of Marie.
Had two younger siblings, Aerielle and Javon.
Graduated with a degree in communications.
Her cousin, Jermial Ashley, played football at Tyler Junior College.