Rebels hit the road next weekend with matches at Kentucky, LSU
2013: One of the top serving threats on the team, averaged 0.21 service aces per set ... Played in 28 matches, including five starts ... Dug six balls and had a service ace at Mississippi State ... Had six digs in a start at No. 7 Missouri ... Started against South Carolina and recorded two digs and a service ace ... Finished with eight digs in a start vs. Tennessee ... Had eight digs, an assist and a service ace at Georgia ... Logged six digs at No. 19 Kentucky ... Had six digs vs. No. 3 Florida ... Recorded seven digs against Arkansas ... Had five digs and an assist vs. Chattanooga ... Had a season-high 11 digs, two service aces and an assist at TCU ... Had six digs, an ace and an assist vs. Houston ... Served three aces vs. Stephen F. Austin ... Had six digs in two sets of action against Arkansas State, and also passed out her first assist of the season ... Dug three balls and had a service ace at George Washington ... Had a pair of service aces in the season opener vs. UMBC.
2012: Played in 83 sets and all but two matches ... Had 84 digs and a 1.01 digs per set average ... Played in all but 17 sets in conference play ... Had three digs, two service aces and two assists vs. Alabama ... Recorded four digs in a start at Arkansas ... Had seven digs vs. No. 16 Florida in a starting role ... Did not travel with team to Kentucky and LSU due to sickness ... Had a team-high tying eight digs against Auburn ... Had three digs and an assist vs. Kentucky ... Tied a season-high with six digs at Alabama ... Had three digs and one assist vs. Mississippi State ... Played in all 10 sets at the Magnolia Invitational ... Served two aces and had two digs in the match against Marquette ... Recorded a season-high six digs against Wofford ... Had three digs in Ole Miss' season opener at Miami (Fla.).
High School: Three-year letter winner at Cypress Creek High School ... Named First Team All-District as a junior and senior ... Named Academic All-District as a junior and senior ... Varsity team captain and team MVP as a senior ... Led the district in digs as a junior ... Coached in high school by head coach Tami Combs ... Also played basketball in high school.
Club: Played club ball with the Houston Juniors Volleyball Club.
Miscellaneous: Daughter of Matthew and Yvette St. Laurent ... Born: Sept. 27, 1993.
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