Junior Defensive Specialist Recognized For Her Hard Work Off The Court
2014: Named to the SEC Community Service Team ... Appeared in 29 matches in her final season for the Rebels … Posted a season-high 12 digs vs. Florida… Finished the season with 52 digs and 8 service aces ... Helped lead the Rebels to four straight tournament titles ... The Buffalo Classic title was the team’s first tournament title away from Oxford since the 2007 season ... It marked the Rebels’ first 4-0 start without dropping a set since 1984 … Made the Chancellor’s Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 GPA … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2013: Named to the SEC Community Service Team ... Had 11 digs in a five-set win over LSU in the season finale ... Recorded seven digs at Auburn ... Had four service aces and six digs in a home match against Georgia ... Her four service aces against Georgia were the third most in the SEC all year in a five-set conference match ... Tied a season high for digs with a dozen vs. Texas A&M ... Had four digs and two assists at Tennessee ... Notched six digs and a service ace in a start at No. 7 Missouri ... Had eight digs vs. Auburn ... Recorded 10 digs and a pair of service aces vs. Louisiana ... Had five digs, an ace and an assist vs. Stephen F. Austin ... Had eight digs, three assists and a service ace vs. Georgia Southern ... Had nine digs and passed out a career-high tying four assists at George Washington ... Dug a dozen balls vs. Maryland ... Opened the season with eight digs vs. UMBC.
2012: Played in every set but six ... Had the third most digs (212) on the team (2.10 digs/set) ... Had the fourth most assists on the team (45) ... Was one of the top servers on the team with 21 aces ... Had seven digs, four assists and one service ace vs. Texas A&M ... Had a team-high tying eight digs against No. 16 Florida ... Finished with 11 digs at LSU and at Kentucky ... Tallied 11 digs vs. Missouri ... Had a career-high 21 digs at Georgia ... Was tied for second on the team with 10 digs against Arkansas ... Dug 10 balls at South Carolina ... Had three aces at Alabama ... Came up with 11 digs, three aces and a pair of assists vs. Mississippi State ... Had four aces vs. Alabama A&M ... Recorded 15 digs, one kill, one assist and two service aces at Xavier ... Had 13 digs, four assists and an ace vs. Marquette ... Opened the year with 11 digs and four assists at Miami (Fla.).
2011: Played in all 28 matches, making the start in one ... Made her only start at No. 17 Florida (11/6) ... Played in 102 of 109 sets on the season, one of only six players to play in more than 100 sets for the Rebels ... Came up with a season-high five digs against Eastern Illinois (9/3) at the Crowne Plaza Cardinal Classic ... Tallied 19 service aces, third most on the team ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years at Dripping Springs High School under head coach Michael Kane ... Helped lead her team to the state tournament all four seasons ... Four-time All-District selection ... Named Newcomer of the Year in 2007 ... Honorable mention All-State selection in 2010 ... Helped lead Dripping Springs to two District Championships (2008, 2009) and a Regional Final (2008) ... Three-time academic All-District selection ... Served as team captain her senior season in 2010 ...
CLUB: Competed with the Austin Junior Volleyball Club for seven years ... Competed in the Junior Olympics National Tournament four times ...
MISCELLANEOUS: Daughter of Beckie Smith and Mike McLamore ... Born February 5, 1993 ... Sister, Jordan Elliot, played volleyball at Auburn ... Sister, Jennifer Elliott, played volleyball at Tennessee ... Mother, Beckie, played volleyball at Sam Houston State and Texas ... Married Scott Weathersby, who played baseball for the Rebels, on July 5 of this year.
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