Clair and Laporte Combine for 17 kills and 8 Blocks
2013: Had nine or more digs in 13 of the Rebels' final 15 matches, including double-digit dig totals in seven of the final eight matches ... One of three players to play in every set of SEC action ... Had 11 digs and five assists in a win over LSU in the season finale ... Tallied a team-high tying 14 digs at Auburn ... Had a team-high 12 digs at Alabama ... Notched a team-high 15 digs vs. Georgia ... Had a team-high 15 digs vs. Texas A&M ... Dug 11 balls and passed out four assists in a four-set win at Tennessee ... Recorded her first double-double of the season at Mississippi State with a season-high 17 digs and a season-high 11 assists ... Had nine digs at No. 7 Missouri ... Recorded nine digs and four assists vs. South Carolina ... Dug nine balls and served two aces vs. Tennessee ... Had 11 digs vs. Auburn ... Finished with 13 digs, five assists and a service ace at LSU ... One assist shy of a double-double at Georgia with a then-season high 14 digs and nine assists ... Saw her first playing time in Fort Worth, Texas, at the TCU Nike/Molten Invitational after missing the opening two weeks to a broken collarbone ... Played every single set since regaining her health.
Blinn College: Named second team All-Conference.
New Mexico: Started every match as a freshman.
High School: Was named first team All-District in 2010 and 2011 ... Voted the team MVP in 2010 and 2011 ... In 2009, was named Defensive Player of the District for Brazoria County ... Advanced to the third round of the state playoffs as a freshman ... Was a four-year starter on the varsity team ... Played at Manvel High School for Rhianna Stahl ... Named a Texas Scholar.
Club: In 2009 was named to the Prep Volleyball Defensive Dandies ... Named a Sophomore 79 honorable mention ... Played for Texas Pride under the direction of Garrett Black.
Miscellaneous: Daughter of Sherri and Don Fisher ... Born March 30, 1993 ... Has an older sister, Crissa, and an older brother, Codie ... Has participated in numerous community service activities ... Chose Ole Miss because of the "at home" feeling she got from the campus, and her desire to compete in the SEC.
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