Played in all 32 matches, earning nine starts.
Ranked second on the squad with 348 kills, an average of 2.95 per game.
Tied for fourth on the squad with 62 total blocks, but was third with 14 solo denials.
Tallied 19 double-digit kill matches which was second most on the team.
Reached the 20-kill mark on two occasions.
Established a career high with 20 kills at UT-Arlington on Aug. 29.
Matched that total in a three-game set against San Diego State on Sept. 30.
Had a monster match to close out the season versus Colorado State.
Totaled a career-high six solo blocks on her way to eight in the contest.
Also collected 15 kills in the match for a career-high 22 points.
Played in all 34 matches, earning 24 starting assignments.
Her 34 matches played rank tied for the fourth-most in a single season in TCU history.
Ranked second on the squad in kills with 271 (2.28 per game) and points with 309 (2.60 per game).
Placed third on the Horned Frogs in blocks (63), which is an average of 0.53 per game.
Had 12 double-digit kill contests and had a run of three straight games with at least 10 kills in late October.
Established career highs with 18 kills and 19.5 points against Jacksonville on Sept. 10.
Narrowly missed her first career double-double when she had 12 kills and a career-high nine blocks at Denver in the Sept. 10 nightcap.
Owned an impressive .452 hitting percentage with 15 kills against Wyoming on Oct. 11.
Made 20 appearances her freshman year.
Totaled 40 digs, 23 kills and 15 blocks on the campaign.
Produced five kills with one error in nine attempts for a .444 hitting average against Harvard early in the season.
Tallied two digs on a pair of occasions
Had her biggest blocking night against Grambling State, when she stopped five attacks.
Was a multi-sport athlete at Sam Houston, where she played volleyball under Teresa Frederick.
Lettered three years in high school, earning all-district recognition each season.
Named her school's "Blocker of the Year" as a junior and senior and "Defensive Player of the Year" her final campaign.
Recognized by the U.S. Marine Corps with the "Distinguished Athlete Award" in 2004.
Earned a nod from the U.S. Army Reserve as a "National Scholar Athlete," in 2004.
Also lettered three years in basketball and helped the track team to a district championship during her four-year letterwinning tenure.
Full name is LeMeita Courtney Smith.
Born June 21, 1986.
Is the daughter of Joann and Le Smith.
Has three siblings: Toni, Rochell, and Aaliyah.
Is a TCU pre-major, who is planning to major in nursing or communications.