Rebels hit the road next weekend with matches at Kentucky, LSU
2012: Played in 52 sets and 21 matches this season ... Had three kills against No. 16 Florida ... Had five digs at LSU ... Tallied five kills in a start against Auburn ... Had a career-high eight kills against South Carolina while recording a season-high attacking percentage of .273 ... Tied a then-career high six kills against Missouri ... Had four kills at Georgia ... Recorded a season-high five digs at Florida ... Had three kills at home against Arkansas while also recording a dig ... Earned a start against Kentucky at home, recording three kills against the Wildcats ... Had three block assists at Alabama ... Recorded a then-career high six kills to go with a dig, block assist and service ace ... Had five kills against Tennessee Tech on Sept. 1 ... Hit at a .250 clip while recording five kills against Tennessee Tech.
2011: Played in 14 matches, starting three of them ... Put down a season-high five kills at Alabama (9/28) and tied a season-high with three digs ... Also came up with three digs against Central Arkansas (9/10) ... Put down a career-high 4.0 blocks (1 BS, 3 BA) against Pepperdine (8/27) at the Burnt Orange Classic ...
2010: Played in 11 matches, but did not draw a start ... Put down a career-high four kills in the match against North Carolina (12/4) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Also came up with her first block assist of her career in the match against the Tar Heels ... Tallied one assist in three separate matches on the season ... Dug a career-high five balls against Kentucky (11/19) ...
2009: Saw action in five matches on the season and earned her first letter with the Rebels ...Tallied seven kills in seven sets played while taking 33 swings ... Came up with a season-high three kills at Auburn (10/2) on a season-high 13 attacks ... Tallied her only two digs of the season at Georgia (10/4) ... Also came up with a service ace against the Bulldogs ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letter winner at Keller High School under head coach Sylvia Ortiz ... Also lettered in track and field ... Named first-team All-District selection in 2007 and 2008 ... Also named second-team All-District in 2006 ... Helped lead Keller to the 2008 District Championship and competed in the finals at Bi-District ... Also competed in the Junior Olympics in 2008 ...
CLUB: Competed with the TAV ASICS ... Also competed with the North Texas High Performance club ... Named High Performance Best Blocker ... Participated in the A2 USA Volleyball Camp in 2008 ...
MISCELLANEOUS: Daughter of D'Lana and Scott Anderson ... Born September 7, 1990 ... Member of the National Society of High School Scholars ... Member of the Distinguished Achievement Program ... Participated in the Duke TIP Program.
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