2013: Started every match but one, and played in every set but one this year ... Was second on the team in SEC action with 2.65 kills per set ... Third on the team in all matches in kills (2.37 kills per set), hitting percentage (.213) and blocks (0.70 blocks per set) ... Her 74 block assists were the sixth most in Ole Miss single-season history ... Tallied a season-high and team-high tying 18 kills in a win vs. LSU ... Posted a match-high 12 kills vs. Kentucky ... Had a team-high 16 kills at Tennessee and five block assists ... Tallied 11 kills and five total blocks at Miss. State ... Had a team-high nine kills and no errors at No. 7 Missouri, recording a career-high .529 hitting percentage ... Recorded 15 kills to go with four digs and five total blocks vs. Tennessee ... Had 10 kills, a season-high five digs and three block assists vs. Auburn ... Had nine kills and a season-high tying six block assists at LSU ... Recorded 14 kills, two digs and two total blocks at Georgia ... Had a team-high 11 kills vs. Arkansas ... Named to the Rebel Classic All-Tournament team ... Notched nine kills vs. Chattanooga ... Had 11 kills at TCU ... Named to the Magnolia Invitational All-Tournament team ... Had a team-high 10 kills on 18 attempts (.500) against Kennesaw State ... Had a career-high six block assists at George Washington ... Recorded nine kills in her collegiate debut vs. UMBC to go along with five block assists.
High School: Four-year starter at Lafayette (Wildwood, Mo.) High School ... Named All-Region and All-State as a senior ... Was named All-Conference three times and All-District twice ... Helped lead the Lancers to four district championships and three conference championships ... Led the Lancers to back-to-back Missouri state championships in 2011-12 ... Helped lead the 2012 Lancers to a 40-0 record and an 80-0 set record, where Lafayette received the No. 2 national ranking by PrepVolleyball.com and the No. 3 national ranking by MaxPreps Volleyball ... Helped Led all players with a .405 hitting percentage in the 2012 state tournament ... Named the St. Louis Metro Player of the Week on Nov. 7, 2012 following the 2012 state tournament ... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Springfield Classic and Quincy Notre Dame in 2012 ... Was named Rookie of the Year and had the highest kill percentage as a freshman ... Academic All-State all four years ... Improved throughout her high school career, earning PrepVolleyball's Highest Honorable Mention Top Freshman in 2009, PrepVolleyball's Honorable Mention Top Sophomore in 2010, PrepVolleyball's College Coaches Top 85 Recruits in 2011 and Nfinity Senior Aces top 100 in 2012, as well as Under Armour All-American Watch List ... Was a member of the track team and went to the state meet as a triple jumper ... A fantastic student, Crow held an overall GPA of 4.15, was a gold renaissance academic excellence member for all four years, and was a national honor society member for her final three years of high school.
Club: Played for St. Louis CYC VBC from 2009-13 ... Helped guide the team to National Open finishes of fifth, third, third and seventh, respectively, from 2009-12 ... Won the Open Colorado Crossroads and MEQ Qualifier tournaments in 2009 and 2011.
Playing in front of a nationally-televised audience on the SEC Network, the Ole Miss volleyball team notched their biggest win of the season, knocking off defending SEC Champion Missouri in three sets. The win also snaps the Tigers' 20-match SEC... read more
Highlights from Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze and Alabama head coach Nick Saban on the SEC teleconference Wednesday, ahead of Saturday's much-anticipated matchup. For the full SEC teleconference, go here. Alabama head coach Nick Saban (starts at 36:16 mark)... read more
Ole Miss has been held under 100 yards rushing in each of its last meetings with Alabama, a 33-14 loss in 2012 and a 25-0 loss in 2013. Running the ball effectively and finding a balance is one area, the... read more
Ole Miss Athletics Week in ReviewSept. 22-28, 2014Football- No. 10 Ole Miss used a dominant defensive effort to put away Memphis 24-3 on Saturday, setting up one of the biggest games in recent history this coming Saturday against the Alabama... read more
Tuesday 9/23 at 4PM
@CoachHughFreeze reveals the helmets to the @olemissfb team at team meeting. pic.twitter.com/8jpVCvny4p— OleMissPix (@OleMissPix) September 29, 2014 2.
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@OleMissFB practice hidden indoors so that team practice in helmets for safety reasons. pic.twitter.com/vA0Oo6Ps7S— OleMissPix (@OleMissPix) September... read more
It's Sunday, so that means it's time for this week's Observations from the Best Seat in the House. I'll handle the bulk of the notes this week, but we also have some insight from Austin Miller here as well. Let's... read more
Seeking its first win over a top-10 team since 2009, Ole Miss took a 1-0 lead but fell short to No. 10 Texas A&M, 2-1, Sunday afternoon. "I'm really happy with the team's performance," head coach Matt Mott said. "I'm... read more
Wearing the lighter blue helmets for the first time since 1994 to honor the late Chucky Mullins, the Ole Miss defense also honored his memory with perhaps the most dominant defensive performance of the Hugh Freeze Era. "Chucky would have... read more
Three areas to watch as No. 10 Ole Miss faces Memphis Saturday. Battle of the Quarterbacks Ole Miss and Memphis have both gotten steady quarterback play, as both teams rank inside the top-15 nationally in scoring offense. Senior quarterback Bo... read more
Playing in their fourth overtime game of the season, the Ole Miss soccer team played Arkansas to a 1-1 double-overtime draw on Thursday night. The teams combined for 30 shots, including 13 on goal, but the game was characterized more... read more
Highlights from Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze's time on the SEC teleconference Wednesday, ahead of the Rebels' matchup with Memphis on Saturday (6:30 p.m. CT, Fox Sports Net). Freeze's time on the call begins at the 1:21:20 mark. For... read more
Memphis is 2-1 heading into Saturday's matchup with wins over Austin Peay (63-0) and Middle Tennessee (36-17) and a 42-35 loss at No. 11 UCLA. The Tigers scored two early fourth-quarter touchdowns to tie the Bruins at 35-35 with 13:44... read more