Team effort, electric atmosphere guide Rebels to four-set victory
2014: Did not appear in any matches … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll … Made the UMAA Honor Roll. 2013: Appeared in 13 matches ... Recorded three kills and a career-high tying three block assists at Alabama ... Had a season-high five kills, two digs and a solo block vs. No. 17 Kentucky ... Came in during the fourth set vs. South Carolina and immediately hammered down a kill ... Had two kills and a block assist in two sets of action at LSU ... Tallied a kill and her first solo block of the season vs. Chattanooga ... Tallied a pair of kills vs. Southern Miss ... Had one kill on three attempts vs. Georgia Southern ... Notched four kills and a dig in a straight-set victory over Kennesaw State ... Had a pair of kills and one dig in the Rebels' season opener vs. UMBC.
2012: Had three kills, a dig and two block assists vs. Texas A&M ... Had four kills, two digs and a block assist vs. Alabama ... Had seven kills without commiting a single error at Arkansas for a season-high .467 attacking percentage, and had a season-high tying three digs and three block assists ... Had five blocks at Kentucky, two digs and one block assist ... Had seven kills and four total blocks (one solo block, three block assists) against South Carolina ... Had a career-high nine kills in a 3-1 win over Missouri ... Made her collegiate debut on the road in the third set at Alabama ... Had one kill, three digs and a block assist in two sets of work at Alabama.
High School: Was a four-year varsity letter winner at Menlo-Atherton High School in Menlo Park, Calif., helping lead the team to its first state semifinals appearance during her senior year ... Led the team in blocks as a senior ... Captain during her senior year, earning 2011 Cal-Hi NorCal Hammer of the Year honors ... Also named First Team PAL All-Bay League Team, and the San Mateo County All-League Team as a senior ... As a junior she was voted to the PAL All-Bay League Team, Peninsula Second Team All-League, and the San Jose Mercury California Southbay Second Team All-League team... Helped lead team to the PAL League 2010-11 Championship, and CCS Runner-UP Championships two years in a row ... Played for head coach Jen Wilson at Menlo Atherton High School ... Played volleyball and softball in high school ... Was a two-year varsity softball team member, starting her freshman year and earning PAL All-League Team honors as a freshman and sophomore.
Club: Competed with Vision Volleyball Club, Payes Place Volleyball Club and Encore Volleyball Club ... Went to Junior Nationals with Vision Volleyball
Miscellaneous: Daughter of Tevita and Suliana Moimoi ... Born: Jan. 8, 1994.
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