Two Transfers Added to Volleyball Roster

Feb. 1, 2017

FORT WORTH, Texas – TCU Director of Volleyball Jill Kramer announced on Wednesday the addition of two transfers in Lexi MacLean and Mykah Wilson to the 2017 TCU volleyball roster.

Lexi MacLean, a 6-foot-2 outside hitter and native of Frisco, Texas, transfers to Fort Worth after two years at Arizona State, while Mykah Wilson, a 5-foot-11 defensive specialist/libero and native of Southlake, Texas, also makes her way to TCU after two years at Long Beach State.

Lexi MacLean
6-2 | OH | Frisco, Texas | Centennial HS (Arizona State)
2015-16 (at Arizona State): In two seasons at Arizona State, MacLean totaled 280 kills and had a career-best .419 hitting percentage against Cal on Nov. 19, 2016 … during her sophomore campaign, MacLean played in 84 total sets and was fifth on the team with 200 total kills … collected 25 total blocks and 32 digs during 2016 … produced a season and career-high 23 kills against Oakland on Sept. 3, 2016 … during her freshman campaign, played in 58 sets and appeared in 16 of the team’s 32 matches … made her Arizona State debut by recording 10 digs and adding eight kills against Washington State on Oct. 11 … helped the Sun Devils open the season with a 15-0 record, as they received the highest ranking (No. 5) ever in ASU's school history.

High School/Juniors: A two-year team captain for Centennial High School … MacLean’s team was the District 9-5A Champions in each of her four years on the squad … during her senior season, the Titans went 40-4, and MacLean was named both First-Team All-State and First-Team All District … MacLean was the 2014 District Blocker of the Year and a First-Team All-Academic honoree … earned All-Tournament accolades three times as a senior, totaling 419 kills, 339 digs, 90 blocks, and 58 service aces … MacLean also played on club teams while in high school, and was a team captain for her 15 open and 16 opens, which finished 6th at the Girls Junior National Championship and 4th in Girls Junior National Championship, respectively … her 17 open team was the GNJC National Champion, and she was part of the 18 open team, that has currently won more than 100 consecutive matches and counting.

Kramer on MacLean:
“Lexi is an explosive and dynamic player with an intense and exuberant personality on and off the court. She's the kind of player who gets better and better every time you watch her because she works so hard to perfect her craft when she is in the gym, in the weight room or watching video. I'm excited to have her in our gym. She's a giver and I can already tell she likes to bring out the best in everyone around her.”

Mykah Wilson
5-11 | DS/L | Southlake, Texas | Southlake Carroll HS (Long Beach State)
2015-16 (at Long Beach State): Spent time as an outside hitter and libero throughout her two seasons at Long Beach State … played in 192 sets and 51 matches with 14 starts during her career as a 49er … during her freshman campaign, totaled 18 matches with 10+ digs including the last nine straight matches … earned Big West Defensive Player of the Week on Aug. 18, 2015 … started the last eight matches at the libero position in 2015 … during the 2015 season, totaled 58 kills, 20 service aces, 333 digs and 3.36 digs per set … also recorded 16 total blocks … in the 2016 season, Wilson picked up 219 digs and 2.35 digs per set … over her two year career, picked up 552 digs and 2.88 digs per set.

High School/Juniors: An All-State selection as a senior … named the District Defensive Player of the Year as a senior and was an All-District selection as a junior … All-Area First Team selection and led the Area with 590 digs as a senior … helped her team to back-to-back Area championships and a third-place finish at the State tournament as a senior … also ran track in high school … her club team went undefeated at the USA Volleyball Junior Nationals in 2013 on the way to winning the national championship … played with the Texas Advantage Volleyball Club … a four-time Academic All-District honoree … Academic All-State recognition as a senior

Kramer on Wilson:
“We are fortunate to add a skilled student-athlete and team-player like Mykah to our roster. I've known Mykah for a while and am confident she will add to the culture of our program in a positive way. She was an integral part of Long Beach State's defense and passing her freshman and sophomore year and we look forward to adding her experience to our backcourt. We expect her to contribute on the beach team in future years, as she played beach volleyball at Long Beach, as well.”



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