2014: Appeared in all 32 matches … Finished with 210 digs ... Posted 16 digs at Texas A&M ... Tallied eight digs in a win over South Carolina ... Posted eight digs in a win over Auburn ... Notched nine digs, one kill, one service ace and one assist to help the Rebels edge Alabama in five ... Tallied five digs in the win over Mississippi State ... Posted four digs in the win over Missouri ... Tallied 16 digs in a five-set loss at South Carolina ... Posted a season-high 16 digs and 3 assists in the win over Jacksonville State ... Tallied three assists and nine digs in a five-set win at Memphis ... Posted one assist and four digs in the season opener against Canisius ... Tallied one assist and six digs vs. Siena ... Added an assist and six digs in win over Lehigh ... Recorded two assists and four digs in the championship win over Buffalo.
2013: Started at libero in each of Ole Miss' opening 15 matches ... Second on the team with 2.44 digs per set ... Her 21 service aces was the second highest total on the team ... Had 11 digs in a win over LSU to close out the year ... Recorded 13 digs at Auburn, her highest total in an SEC match ... Had five digs and three assists at Alabama ... Recorded six digs in a home match against Georgia ... Had seven digs in a win at Tennessee ... Had seven digs, a service ace and two assists at Mississippi State ... Had three service aces and seven digs against Auburn ... Notched her first kill at Georgia ... Had 14 digs and a season-high eight assists in the Rebel Classic championship vs. Louisiana ... Tallied a team-high 22 digs at TCU, passed out a season-high seven assists and had three service aces ... Had a season-high four service aces in a win vs. Grambling State ... Had 23 digs in a four-set victory over Arkansas State ... Named to the GW Invitational All-Tournament team ... Recorded a career-high 28 digs at George Washington, the third most in single-match history at Ole Miss, and the most by a freshman in program history.
High School: Earned All-District and All-State honorable mention distinctions as a senior ... Nominated to the Under Armour High School All-American watch list ... Three-year letterwinner ... Played at Sacred Heart Academy for Eric Bravey ... Active in community service and named to the honor roll ... Was a Student Council officer for two years ... Secretary/treasurer and vice president for 100 club.
Club: Played for Adidas Union in club ball under coach Andy Cavins' direction ... Won the 2009 JDVA National Championship ... Finished third at the 2009 AAU Nationals ... Also finished third at the 2008 AAU Nationals while playing with KIVA.
Miscellaneous: Daughter of Tom and Peggy Brashear ... Has one older sister, Taylor ... Mother played tennis at Western Kentucky and cousin played soccer at Transylvania ... Chose Ole Miss because of coaching staff and volleyball program ... Born June 24, 1995.
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