2010: Appeared in all 30 matches, starting each of them ... Named All-South Region Honorable Mention by the American Volleyball Coaches Association ... Named SEC Defensive Player of the Week on October 11 after helping lead the Rebels to a pair of wins over Auburn and Georgia ... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Rice Invitational ... Named Tournament MVP at the Magnolia Invitational ... Finished the season hitting .311 with a team leading 111.0 blocks (15 BS, 96 BA) ... Her 96 block assists was a team-high ... Tallied double-digit kills in 12 matches, with a career-high 15 kills twice (vs. UL-L - 9/11; vs. Kentucky - 11/19) ... Posted 9.0 blocks (2 BS, 7 BA) against Mississippi State (9/19) to tie a career-high ... Put down a career-high four block solos against South Carolina (10/31) ... Put down a career-high eight block assists at Alabama (10/24) ... Turned in her best hitting performance of the season in a win vs. Texas Tech (8/28) at the Rice Invitational ... Hit .591 against the Red Raiders when she went 13-for-22 with no errors ... Tied a career-high with seven digs at Northwestern (9/4) ...
2009: Appeared in 28 matches, starting in 26 to earn her third letter ... Posted 178 kills on the season for a 1.78 kill per set average and put down 89 blocks (20 BS, 69 BA) for second most on the team ... Her 20 block solos led the team ... Also came up with 65 digs and 13 service aces ... One of only four players to play in 100 or more sets on the season ... Posted three double-digit kill performances ... Put down a career-high 16 kills and hit .419 against Tennessee (10/30) ... Posted a season-high 8.0 blocks (3 BS, 5 BA) against UAB (9/5) ... Named to the Missouri Tiger Invitational All-Tournament team after opening the season with a combined 23 kills and 11.0 blocks in three matches ... Posted eight kills and hit .500 in the season-opener against Texas State (8/28) ... Posted a season-high 7 block assists twice against Southeast Missouri (9/11) and at Georgia (10/4) ...
2008: Started all 29 matches ... Posted a team-high 81 blocks (19 BS, 62 BA) for an average of 0.78 blocks per set ... Tallied 193 kills and hit .242 for the year, second-best on the team ... Posted six double-digit kill performances with a career-high 15 against Arkansas (10/22) hitting .407 for the match ... Came up with a career-high 9.0 blocks (2 BS, 7 BA) against No. 10 Florida (9/28) ... Named SEC Defensive Player of the Week (9/29) for the performance against the Gators ... Tallied a career-high seven digs and four service aces at Arkansas (11/29) in the season finale ...
2007: Saw action in six matches on the season ... Averaged 1.67 kills per game and 0.56 blocks per game ... Hit .227 with 10 kills on 22 attacks with five errors against Prairie View A&M (9/7) for her best performance of the season ... Also tallied four blocks (1 BS, 3 BA) against the Panthers ... NCAA TOURNAMENT: Played in one game in the match against BYU ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years for Clay Pinyard at Falcon High ... Set the school record for blocks and kills ... Named First Team All-Conference as a senior ... Also lettered in track and basketball ... Named All-Conference Honorable Mention in both volleyball and basketball as a junior ...
CLUB EXPERIENCE: Played for the Colorado Juniors Juggernaut ...
PERSONAL: Daughter of Tammy Kitts ... Born December 30, 1987 ... Nickname is Tilly ... Major is Business.
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