Ole Miss volleyball will celebrate seniors Wednesday evening vs. Alabama
2012: One of two players on the team who played in every set ... Tied the program record and set a career high with 37 digs against Xavier ... Her 469 digs this season are the second most in single-season history ... Finished her career fifth in program history for digs in a career (949) ... Her 4.38 digs per set average was the sixth highest in the SEC (overall matches) ... Finished the year with three straight matches of 20 or more digs ... Had a team-high 22 digs vs. Texas A&M ... Had her first career double-double vs. Alabama, finishing with 23 digs and a career-high 11 assists ... Had a match-high 20 digs at Arkansas ... Had nine assists at Mississippi State ... Had a team-high 21 digs at LSU ... Recorded 24 digs against intrastate rival Miss. St. ... Named to the Xavier Invitational All-Tournament team ... Averaged 25.67 digs and 6.67 assists per match at the Hurricane Invitational ... Had 27 digs and six assists vs. Wofford ... Dug 20 balls against Samford and passed out eight assists ... Had a then-career high of 30 digs at Miami (Fla.) to start the season.
2011: Played in 25 matches, drawing the start in two at defensive specialist ... Averaged 2.03 digs per set on the year with 195 digs through 96 sets of action ... Tallied 10 double-digit dig performances, including a season-high 18 digs in the season-ending win over Alabama (11/25) ... Put up a career-high six assists in a win over Central Arkansas (9/10) at the Magnolia Invitational ...
2010: Played 29 matches, drawing the start in eight ... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Magnolia Invitational ... Put up a career-high 20 digs at Alabama (10/24) as one of eight double-digit dig performances of the season ... Came up with double-digit digs in seven of the last eight matches of the season ... Put down her only kill of the season against UL-L (9/11) at the Magnolia Invitational ... Turned in two service aces in three matches on the year ...
2009: Played in 26 matches, drawing the start in seven to earn her first letter ... Posted 18 assists and 12 service aces on the year ... Came up with 117 digs, averaging 1.50 digs per set as a defensive specialist ... Also tallied a block assist against Texas State (8/28) in the season opener ... Came up with two double-digit dig performances ... Posted 10 digs against Clemson (9/12) and bested that with 11 digs against Alabama (10/11) ... Also came up with a season-high three assists against the Crimson Tide in that match ... Put down her only kill of the season at Arkansas (10/14) ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letter winner at Northview High School under head coach Jeff White ... Helped lead Northview to three class 5A Georgia State Championships ... Named 2008 All-America selection by PrepVolleyball and a Defensive Dandy ... Named 2008 Georgia Player of the Year for class 5A as she served as team captain ... Named 2008 All-Area and All-State selection ... Garnered 2007 All-Area honors as a junior ... Set the school record for aces in a career (272) after setting the single-season ace record (90) in the 2006 season ... Set the school record for single-season digs (562) in 2008 while averaging a single-season record 4.61 digs per game ... Also named to Most Valuable Player at the Southeast Challenge Tournament ... Also lettered in basketball ...
CLUB: Competed with the Vertical Club for one year ... Five year member of the A5 Club Team ...
PERSONAL: Daughter of Bob and Dawn Veach ... Born: October 24, 1990 ... Sister, Nikki, played volleyball at Ole Miss in 2002 ... Father, Bob, played golf at Western Illinois as a four-year letter winner ... Named to the Junior Olympics National Championship All-Tournament team in 2007 ...
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