The Prentice Lewis Volleyball Camps will offer a variety of clinics and camps this summer.
CAREER CAPSULE: 2006-2009
Was a four-year letterwinner at TCU.
Played in 117 matches and appeared in 427 sets.
Finished her career with 1,126 kills, a mark that ranks sixth all-time.
Her average of 2.64 kills per set ranks 10th all-time.
Ranks fourth all-time with a total of 3,352 total attacks.
Racked up 1,115 digs in her career, the sixth-most in school history.
Averaged 2.61 digs per set, good for 10th all-time.
Totaled 99 career aces, a total that ranks eighth all-time.
Amassed 1,324 total points in her career for the third spot all-time.
Posted 37 career double-doubles, a mark that ranks fourth in school history.
Had 56 double digit kill matches and 53 double digit dig matches.
Record two 20+ dig matches (at UNLV, Oct. 25, 2006; vs. UC Irvine Nov. 28, 2009).
Racked up 160 total blocks (38 solo, 122 assist), an average of 0.37 per set.
Had a pair of 20+ kill matches (20 vs. Cincinnati, Sept. 1, 2007; 22 vs. UT Arlington, Sept. 5, 2007).
Played in and started 29 matches.
Led the team with 309 kills.
Ranked eighth in the league averaging 2.94 kills per set.
Served up 11 aces and dished out a career-high 44 assists.
Tied a career-high with 279 digs on the season.
Contributed 45 blocks on the season, including five solo.
Ranked 10th in the league, averaging of 2.66 digs per set.
Tied for the team lead with nine double-doubles.
Posted 14 double-digit kill games and 14 double-digit dig contests.
Led the team in kills 15 times, in aces four times, digs twice and blocks once.
Averaged 2.66 kills per set and 2.80 digs per set in conference play.
Tallied back-to-back double-doubles to open the season.
Recorded a season-high 19 kills against Belmont on Aug. 30.
Began a stretch of seven straight games with at least ten kills on Sept. 10 at UT-Arlington.
Recorded four double-doubles in that stretch, including three straight from Sept. 12 through Sept. 17.
Racked up 106 kills in that stretch to go along with 79 digs.
Matched a career-high with seven blocks against UNO.
Was huge in the win over New Mexico with 17 kills and digs.
Posted back-to-back double-doubles against San Diego State (Oct. 23) and UNLV (Oct. 25).
Combined to blast 32 kills and dig 23 balls.
Notched her final double-double of the season on Nov. 28 at Rice with 11 kills and 14 digs.
Played in 30 matches and started 28.
Missed four matches with a sprained ankle.
Tallied a career-high 310 kills on the season for an average of 2.87 per game.
Picked up 264 digs and served up 35 aces.
Ranked seventh in the league with an average of 0.32 aces per game.
Added 40 blocks, 16 of which were solo blocks.
Pitched in with 41 assists on the season.
Led the team 10 times in kills, eight times in total attacks, 12 times in aces, twice in digs and once in blocks.
Posted 17 double-digit kill matches and twice record 20 or more kills in a match.
Tallied 14 double-digit dig contests.
Led the squad with 13 double-doubles on the season.
Opened the season with at least 10 kills in the first five matches.
Picked up her first double-double of the season against Florida Gulf Coast on Aug. 24 with 19 kills and 10 digs.
Also pitched in with a career-high seven blocks.
Started a string of four straight double-doubles.
Posted her first 20 kill match against Cincinnati on Sept. 1 at the Maine Tournament.
Hit a career-high .390 in that match (20-4-41) and added 18 digs to go along with four blocks.
Set a career-high with 22 kills on 58 swings against UT-Arlington on Sept. 5.
Picked up a double-double in three of the four matches in the TCU Nike Invitational.
Tallied her 20th career doubled-double on Sept. 15 against Gonzaga with 15 kills and 11 digs.
Went down with a sprained ankle in game two at BYU on Oct. 5.
Returned to the lineup on Oct. 19 at Wyoming, picking up four kills and recording nine digs.
Had another string of four straight double-doubles from Nov. 2-Nov. 15.
Combined to collect 59 kills and 50 digs.
Appeared in 29 matches, making 26 starts, while playing in 108 games.
Ranked third on the squad with 288 kills, an average of 2.67 per game.
Had the third-highest ace total (39).
Ranked second on the team with 279 digs for an average of 2.58 per game.
Topped the team with 11 double-doubles on the season.
Tallied 14 double-digit dig contests and 17 double-figure kill matches.
Led the squad on eight occasions in aces, four times in kills and twice in digs.
Established a career high with 19 kills against South Carolina and notched her first career double-double with 18 digs.
Matched her career high with 19 kills at North Texas.
Posted five straight double-doubles from Sept. 5 through Sept. 16.
Had an outstanding game to open conference play against Wyoming on Sept. 16.
Tied a school record with seven aces in the game and set a career high with six blocks.
Set a career high with 20 digs at UNLV on Oct. 27.
Scored a career high 21 points against Utah thanks to 17 kills, three aces and two block asssists.
Played for Sue Cauley at Arlington High School.
Selected to play in the Texas State All-Star game for the West squad following her senior campaign.
Honored as a first-team all-district performer and named the district's Outstanding Hitter as a senior.
Earned All-Area honors from the Dallas Morning News and was selected to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's Super Team in 2005.
Voted as Arlington High's Most Valuable Player her senior year.
Named to the Class 5A All-State team and was Co-Hitter of the District in 2004.
Earned 2002 Newcomer of the Year honors and helped the Colts to a District 8-5A championship.
Voted Arlington's Most Improved Player in 2003.
Was the area's ace leader in 2002 and was named to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's all-area second team in 2003.
Awarded first-team all-district honors in 2002 and 2003.
Named to the StudentSports.com Frosh 40 (2002) and was an AAU All-American (2003).
Gained club experience with Texas Advantage Volleyball (1999-2001, 2003-04) and North Dallas Juniors Volleyball (2001-03).
Was a member of the National Honor Society and Key Club at Arlington.
The daughter of Kristi and John.
Has two siblings, Tyler and Ashley.
Majoring in interior design.