2012: Played in 28 sets and 16 matches this season ... Had six kills on 11 attempts for a .545 hitting percentage vs. Alabama, and a block assist ... Came in to start the fourth set at LSU, and provided a spark with five kills and a dig ... Had three kills and a block assist vs. Mississippi State ... Had four or more kills in each match of the Magnolia Invitational ... Had a season-high six kills vs. North Dakota while playing in all four sets of the 3-1 victory ... Had four kills against Rice ... Had four kills and two digs vs. Alabama A&M ... Played in eight of 10 total sets at the Magnolia Invitational, recording 14 kills ... Recorded two digs in a loss to Marquette at the Xavier Invitational.
2011: Played in 12 matches, making the start in five of them ... Put down a career-high nine kills in the conference opener against LSU (9/16) ... Came up with a career-high 10 digs against Northwestern (9/9) at the Magnolia Invitational ... It was Sherman's first double-digit dig performance of her career ...
2010: Played 11 matches, drawing the start against Southern Miss (9/10) at the Magnolia Invitational ... Put down a pair of kills in the match against the Golden Eagles and came up with four digs ... Both were season-highs ... Put up her only assist of the season against the Golden Eagles ...
2009 (at Baylor): Redshirted ... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years at Oswego East High School under head coach Sara Thomas ... Named an All-Area selection in 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... Named an All-Conference selection in 2008 and 2009 ... Served as captain of her varsity squad for three years ... Posted the school record for most kills in a match ... Named to the Honor Roll all four years at Oswego East ... CLUB EXPERIENCE: Played for Sports Performance Volleyball for five years ... MISCELLANEOUS: Daughter of Cliff and Betsy Sherman ... Born July 20, 1991 ... Mom, Betsy, played volleyball at Lewis University ... Father, Cliff, played basketball at Lewis University.
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