By: Kyle Jordan
Coastal has appeared in the last two Big South championship matches
Chants Seek Their Fourth Big South Conference Title on Sunday
CCU Takes on Presbyterian Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
2013 Coastal Carolina Spring Volleyball
2012 Coastal Carolina Volleyball - Inaugural Game at The HTC Center (Sept. 21, 2012)
* 2013-14 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll
* 2012-13 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll
* 2012 Big South Conference All-Tournament Team
2013 (Junior): Appeared in all 31 matches for the Chants while starting 10... Ranked fifth on the team with 210 digs... Had a season-high 15 digs at Presbyterian (Sept. 28)... Had double-digit digs in five matches... Had a season-high five service aces at Presbyterian (Sept. 28)... Finished the season with three kills, 12 assists, 23 service aces and 210 digs... Named to the 2013-14 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll.
2012 (Sophomore): Named to the Big South Conference All-Tournament Team... Appeared in all 28 matches for the Chants with a pair of starts... Led the team with 314 digs... Third on the team with 46 assists... Had a career-high 24 digs against Radford (Oct. 12)... Had a season-high five assists against High Point (Nov. 10), UNC Asheville (Nov. 16) and Liberty (Nov. 18)... Had double-digit digs in 18 matches including the final nine matches of the season... Started the season as a defensive specialist before moving into the starting libero role... Named to the 2012-13 Big South Conference Presidential Honor Roll.
At Jacksonville: 2011 (Freshman): Finished season with 247 digs at Jacksonville University... Posted double-digit digs nine times... Recorded 31 assists... Had 17 service aces.
High School: She owns the school record for digs (2,156) at Cumberland Valley High School, where she was named to the district all-star team all four seasons. She was named second team All-Mid Penn her freshman season. Selected as a Mid Penn all-star her sophomore and junior seasons and was named the Mid Penn Most Valuable Player her senior season. Her team went 23-1 both her junior and senior seasons and won the Mid Penn Championship.