Battled through an injury to play in and start all 34 matches.
Had a strong junior campaign in which she set or tied personal bests in eigth statistical categories.
Had two double-digit kill matches, Nov. 2 against Utah (10) and Nov. 15 versus No. 17 Colorado State (10).
The 10 kills tied a career-high set in 2005 at Colorado State.
Ranked sixth on the squad with 161 kills on the season.
Placed second on the team in blocks with 116 total blocks.
Tallied 68 digs on the season and pitched in 20 service aces.
Posted her highest attack percentage of her career, finishing the season hitting .203.
Had two aces in a match on five occasions and led the team in that category six times.
Led the team nine times in blocks.
Set a career-high with seven digs in a win over Denver on Sept. 8.
Had two solo blocks and nine assists to establish a new career-high with 11 total blocks against Oklahoma on Oct. 3.
The 11 blocks is tied for second-most in any match in TCU history and hadn't been done sine the 2002 season.
Established another career-high on Nov. 2 against Utah, hitting .643 (10-1-14) in the match.
Pitched in a career-high 14 points in an upset victory over No. 17 Colorado State on Nov. 15.
Had 10 kills, seven digs, one ace and four blocks in the match.
Injury limited her to just 11 matches and 19 games played on the season.
Racked up 27 kills and five blocks.
Earned back-to-back starts on Oct. 20 and 21 against Colorado State and Air Force.
Combined for 15 kills in those two matches.
Tallied seven kills in her first start against the Rams and dug two balls.
Best game of the season came against Air Force.
Hit an outstanding .444 with eight kills and no errors.
Also pitched in with five digs and two blocks.
Contributed seven kills in against Colorado State in the MWC Tournament.
Saw action in 30 matches on the year, starting 18 times.
Ranked fourth on the team in blocks (51) and sixth in kills (152).
Pounded a career-high 10 kills in a Mountain West Conference match at Colorado State on Nov. 15.
Had at least 10 attacks in 15 straight contests, highlighted by a career-most 38 against UNLV on Nov. 12.
Logged at least seven kills on 11 occasions during the year, with eight coming in the final 12 matches.
Posted a season-best .500 hitting percentage on Sept. 3 against UMBC during a seven-kill afternoon.
Doled out a career-high three assists and added six kills against Big 10 opponent Minnesota on Sept. 17.
Blocked a season-best six attempts by UT-Pan American on Oct. 22.
Also added nine kills against UT-Pan Am to finish the contest with a season-best 13.0 points.
Was a letterwinner for Sue Berg at Second Baptist High School in Katy, Texas.
Tabbed with first team all-state recognition for her efforts during her senior season.
Earned a spot on the all-tournament team at the Junior Olympics her senior season.
As a standout scholar as well as a talented athlete, she achieved academic all-district status three years running, sophomore to senior year.
Full name is Devon Christine Kirk.
Born February 13, 1987.
Is the daughter of Jeff and Barbara Kirk and step-daughter to Gregory Roden and Laurie Kirk.
Has one younger sister, Kayla.
Father ran track at University of Illinois from 1976-77 and University of Texas from 1978-79.
Is a pre-major, who is planning to major in engineering.