Earned AVCA Honorable Mention All-American honors.
Tabbed a 2009 MWC All-Conference player.
Selected to the AVCA All-West Region team.
Ranked second on the team with an average of 2.44 kills per set and ranked third with 290 kills.
Her attack percentage of .297 ranked ninth in the league.
Tallied the third-most blocks on the squad with 85 (5 solo, 80 assist) for an average of 0.71 per set.
Racked up 123 digs on the season, an average of 1.03 per set.
Appeared 33 matches and played in 119 sets while making 27 starts.
Led the team in kills on 10 occasions, aces twice and blocks five times.
Tallied 16 double digit kill matches and two double digit dig matches.
Averaged 2.61 kills per set and 1.09 digs per set in conference play.
Notched her lone double-double of the season on Aug. 28 against Arkansas with 12 kills and a season-high 19 digs.
Also posted season-highs with six assists, three aces and six blocks in the match.
Posted her final double-digit dig match on Aug. 29 against Loyola, finishing the match with 10.
Smacked down 12 kills, tallied five assists and pitched in with nine digs against Baylor on Sept. 1.
Hit a stellar .750 (9-0-12) against West Virginia at the Akron Tournament on Sept. 12.
Helped lead the Frogs to their first-ever road win over New Mexico with 13 kills on 28 swings.
Match started a string of four straight with double digit kills.
Knocked down 11 in a win over Tulsa on Sept. 18.
Followed with 15 kills against Arkansas State on Sept. 19.
Wrapped up all-tournament accolades in the UT Arlington Invitational with a 10-kill performance against the host school on Sept. 19.
Tallied 13 kills at Colorado State on Sept. 26.
Posted a team-high 14 kills and pitched in with five blocks at Utah on Oct. 8.
Turned in a 10-kill performance in a win over BYU on Oct. 10.
Hit an even .500 (14-2-24) in a win over Air Force on Oct. 31.
Had another dominating four-match span from Nov. 14-28 in which she racked up 56 kills.
Tallied 14 kills each at UNLV on Nov. 14 and against New Mexico on Nov. 20.
Hit an outstanding .517 (16-1-29) in a victory at Long Beach State on Nov. 27.
The 16 kills were a season-high.
Turned in a 12-kill performance against UC Irvine to bring her weekend total to 28.
The two-game performance earned her MWC Player of the Week honors.
Totaled eight kills in the two NCAA matches against Rice and Texas.
Earned All-Mountain West Conference honors.
Played in 31 matches and started 23.
Appeared in a career-high 111 sets.
Established career highs in kills (25), hitting percentage (.353), assists (63), aces (8), digs (169) and blocks (65).
The .353 hitting percentage ranks second all-time in school history and ranked third in the league in 2008.
Hit .402 in league play with 133 kills.
Posted six double-digit kill and dig matches while tallying three double-doubles on the season.
Had a 93 percent service success rate.
Was huge in a win over UT-Arlington, posting nine kills, 12 digs and a career-high eight blocks.
Tallied her first double-double of the season at Texas Tech with 15 kills and 10 digs.
Keyed the Frogs to victory over New Mexico with a career-high 17 kills and 20 digs.
Hit .700 (8-1-10) at San Diego State on Sept. 27.
Notched 15 kills and hit .682 in a win over UNLV on Oct. 25.
Had another strong match against Wyoming, hitting .714 (10-0-14) in the three game victory.
Was strong in a loss to New Mexico on Nov. 21 with 11 kills on 17 swings.
Followed that performance with her third double-double of the season, racking up 15 kills and 14 digs.
Appeared in 30 matches, making 12 starts and playing in 103 games.
Finished her freshman campaign with 210 kills, an average of 2.04 per game.
Ranked second on the team with a .312 hitting percentage, which also ranked seventh in the league.
Tallied 59 assists, six aces, 122 digs and 61 blocks (3 solo, 58 assists).
Led the team in kills on one occasion (New Mexico on Oct. 26).
Also led the team in aces in three matches and blocks in two.
Posted seven double-digit kill contests and three double-figure dig matches.
Racked up three double-doubles on the season.
Picked up her first collegiate kill, block and dig against Florida Gulf Coast on Aug. 24, finishin the game with three kills, four digs and four blocks.
Reached double figures in kills for the first time with 10 against UT-Arlington on Sept. 5.
Hit a season-high .765 (13-0-17) against New Orleans on Sept. 7.
That mark ranks third all-time at TCU.
Earned her first career double-double against Denver on Sept. 8.
Tallied 15 kills and a career-high 18 digs.
Established another career-high on Oct. 3 against Oklahoma with six blocks in the five-game match.
Second double-double of the season came on Oct. 26 against New Mexico as she put down a career-high 16 kills and dug 12 balls.
Final double-double of the season came in a defeat of No. 17 Colorado State in which she picked up 10 kills and 10 assists.
Played for head coach Isaac Owens.
Voted team captain her senior season.
Twice earned Athlete of the Week honors as a senior.
Was named the Aztec Athlete of the Month in October.
Named first-team all-league and all-CIF after her junior campaign.
Honored with the Coach's Award her senior year.
Was an all-tournament performer four times in her career.
Named the Most Improved Player following her sophomore campaign.
Also excelled at the club level.
Helped her team, the Golden West Black 18's, to a fifth place "Open" finish at the Junior Olympics in Atlanta.
During the 2005 season, she was named the team captain for a squad that participated in the Junior Olympics held in Salt Lake City.
She was named by Prep-Volleyball.com as one of the Top 100 sophomores.
Parents are Jeff and Debbie.
Has one brother, Travis.
Majoring in kinesiology.
Father Jeff played baseball at Cal Poly.