Ole Miss went 2-0 on the opening day of the Buffalo Classic including a 3-0 win over Canisius and Siena.
2014: Earned All-America honors … First player in program since 2011 to earn the honor … Named to the All-SEC and AVCA All-South Region teams … First player to earn either since 2011 … Set the single season record for kills (366) … Finished second in the SEC in hitting percentage at .405 … Ranked sixth in kills per set (3.39), sixth in points per set (4.03) and 12th in blocks per set (0.94) … Posted 101 total blocks … Became second player in school history in rally scoring to achieve 300 career blocks … Ranks second in career with 315 blocks … Posted an attack percentage above .300 in 23 of 32 matches … Posted 17 kills and hit .405 at Texas A&M ... Recorded 18 kills on a .607 clip to lead Rebels to a 3-1 win at Mississippi State ... Notched 17 kills on a .467 clip to lead Rebels in win over South Carolina ... Tallied 13 kills and hit .333 in a win at Auburn ... Posted a team-high 17 kills on a .560 clip to help lead the Rebels to a five-set win at Alabama ... Helped lead the Rebels to a 3-0 win over Mississippi State with 10 kills on a .316 clip ... Tallied 16 kills and four blocks and hit .520 in a loss at Arkansas ... Posted a team-high 14 kills and hit .500 to lead the Rebels to a 3-0 win over Missouri, snapping the Tigers 20-match SEC win streak ... Equaled her career-high with 20 kills in a five-set loss at South Carolina ... Named to the Rebel Classic All-Tournament Team ... Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week Sept. 8 ... Recorded a career-high 20 kills and hit .594 in the win over UT-Martin ... Named Memphis Invitational Tournament MVP ... Named the MVP of the Buffalo Classic ... Helped lead the Rebels to the championship, the team’s first tournament title away from Oxford since the 2007 season ... It marked the Rebels’ first 4-0 start without dropping a set since 1984 … Earned Dean’s List Honors.
2013: Started in every match ... A force at the net, led the team and was sixth in the SEC with 1.14 blocks per set ... Led the team in kills per set (2.64) and hitting percentage (.289) ... Finished with double-digit kill totals in eight of the final nine matches ... Broke the single-season program record for block assists (105) and total blocks (130), and finished second in single-season program history for solo blocks (25) ... Had a team-high tying 18 kills in a win over LSU ... Notched 11 kills and eight total blocks (2 solo, 6 assists) at Auburn ... Had a team-high 13 kills at Alabama ... Tallied team-high 15 kills vs. Georgia and seven total blocks ... Had team-high 13 kills vs. Texas A&M ... Had 15 kills and four block assists at Tennessee ... Had a career-high 19 kills at Miss. State while hitting .536 ... Tallied a team-high 12 kills and a .556 hitting percentage at Arkansas ... Had a career-high tying nine total blocks vs. Tennessee, including a career-high tying three solo blocks ... Notched 11 kills and five total blocks (1-4) vs. Auburn ... Tallied 11 kills, a career-high tying three solo blocks and three block assists at Georgia ... Named MVP of the Rebel Classic ... Had 13 kills, three solo blocks and four block assists vs. Chattanooga ... Had 12 kills on a career-best .733 hitting percentage vs. Southern Miss ... Named to the Magnolia Invitational All-Tournament team ... Registered a single-match program-record tying nine block assists vs. Arkansas State ... Had 13 kills vs. Arkansas State.
2012: Named to SEC All-Freshmen team ... Two-time SEC Freshman of the Week (Oct. 22, Nov. 19) ... Played in 76 sets and 24 matches ... Had the highest blocks per set average on the team (1.11) ... In SEC matches, ranked eighth in the league in hitting pct. (.344), and third in blocks (1.19/set) ... Averaged 10.09 kills per match over the last 11 matches, the second most on the team ... Had nine kills, two solo blocks and five block assists vs. Alabama ... Had a season-high tying 14 kills and a season-high seven block assists at Arkansas ... Had a team-high 11 kills, with a .611 attacking clip, and six total blocks at Miss. St. ... Tied her season high w/ 14 kills at LSU while also registering a season-high six block assists ... Had a team-high 11 kills and her first two service aces at Kentucky ... Tallied season-high 14 kills vs. S. Carolina and had eight total blocks ... Had 13 kills w/ an attacking clip of .706, committing just one error, and had seven total blocks vs. Missouri ... Charted seven kills at Miami (Fla.) in her first match.
High School: Three-year letter winner at Rich Central High School ... Named to the All-State Team as a senior ... All-Conference selection as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Holds the school record for most kills ... Played high school ball for head coach Craig Marek.
Club: Played three years of club volleyball.
Miscellaneous: Daughter of Carmelita Meyers and Frank Clair ... Born: Oct. 13, 1994.
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