Ole Miss went 2-0 on the opening day of the Buffalo Classic including a 3-0 win over Canisius and Siena.
2014: Started in 28 of the 29 matches she played in … Tallied 11 kills on a .400 clip and added six block assists to help the Rebels to a 3-2 win against Alabama at home ... Recorded a career-high 23 kills and hit .439 in a five-setter at Missouri ... Posted 13 kills at Texas A&M ... One of four players in double-digit kills with 12 to help lead Rebels to a 3-1 win at Mississippi State ... Tallied eight kills in a win over Auburn ... One of four players in double-digit kills (11) and hit .421 to help lead the Rebels to a five-set win at Alabama ... Named to the Rebel Classic All-Tournament Team ... Finished with 34 kills and hit .500, while adding 13 total blocks to earn her third straight all-tournament team honor ... Tallied 28 kills and 9 blocks and hit .375 in the Magnolia Invitaional to earn all-tournament team honors ... Named to the Memphis Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Tallied a season-high 12 kills in the win over Jacksonville State ... Hit for a season-high .533 in the win over UAB ... Equaled her career-high with eight blocks in a five-set win at Memphis ... Averaged 2.42 kills per set and 1.25 blocks per set to help lead the Rebels to the Buffalo Classic title ... Led the team with 15 total blocks ... It was the team’s first tournament title away from Oxford since 2007 ... It was also the team’s first 4-0 start since the 2007 season and the first 4-0 start without dropping a set since 1984 … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2013: Averaged 2.48 kills per set, the second highest average on the team, and was second on the team with a .260 hitting percentage ... Recorded 16 kills on an impressive .500 hitting percentage against LSU in the season finale ... Had a team-high 12 kills at Auburn ... Tallied 11 kills, two service aces and seven total blocks, including two solo blocks, at Tennessee ... Had nine kills and four digs at Mississippi State ... Had 11 kills vs. South Carolina ... Had 13 kills and a career-high tying eight solo blocks, including two solo blocks, against Tennessee ... Had 12 kills vs. Auburn ... Notched 13 kills, an ace, two digs and five block assists at LSU ... Had a season- and team-high 15 kills and career-high six digs at Georgia ... Had a team-high 10 kills against Louisiana to go with her four digs ... Had two solo blocks and two block assists vs. Southern Miss ... Named to the TCU Nike/Molten Invitational All-Tournament team ... Had 13 kills at TCU and a career-high tying two solo blocks ... Had eight kills and zero errors (.667) and a career-high eight block assists vs. Houston ... Had 12 kills vs. Arkansas State ... Had 11 kills vs. Georgia Southern ... Named to the GW Invitational All-Tournament team ... Hammered down 11 kills and had two solo blocks vs. Maryland ... Member of the Rebels' leadership team.
2012: Named to SEC All-Freshmen team ... Had the best attacking percentage on the team (.312), and the best in the SEC among freshmen (10th overall) ... Tied for the third highest blocks per set average (0.71 bps) on the team ... Had the third most kills per set on the team (2.21 kps) ... Had 10 kills and a solo block vs. Alabama ... Had a team-high 10 kills vs. Florida, committing just two errors ... Tallied a team-high 16 kills at LSU, and had four block assists ... Had 10 kills at Kentucky ... Had 13 kills in a home win over Missouri ... Recorded a career-high 20 kills at Georgia and had four block assists ... Had three service aces at Florida ... Had 10 kills against North Dakota in the final match of the Magnolia Invitational ... Had a then season-high 11 kills vs. Rice on 16 attempts ... Shined in her very first collegiate match, recording seven kills on 11 attempts vs. Samford ... Her attacking percentage of .636 vs. Samford tied for a season high.
2011: Redshirted and did not see action after tearing her ACL in the preseason ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Played for head coach Cindy Esposito at Dutch Fork High School ... Named an All-Region and All-State selection her senior season ... Also named her team Player of the Year and team MVP as a senior ... Named the team's Best Offensive Player as a junior ... Lettered four years in track ... Three-time state champion in the high jump ... Named a three-time All-Region selection and a four-time All-State selection ... Also named Runner of the Year and MVP of field events in 2010 ... Runner-up in the state championships for triple jump in 2010 ...
CLUB: Competed for two years with Magnum Volleyball Club ...
MISCELLANEOUS: Daughter of Jean and Marie Laporte ... Born December 18, 1992.
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