2005 - Played in 28 matches, starting 10 as a defensive specialist ... Came up with a season-high 11 digs against Lispcomb (9/10) in the Magnolia Invitational ... Turned in a season-high four service aces at South Alabama (9/17) in the Jaguar Challenge ... Set a season-high 29 balls at Mississippi State (10/19) ...
High School - Four-year letter winner at Warrensburg-Latham High School in Forsyth, Illinois ... Helped lead her team to nine tournament championships, three Regional Championships, one Sectional Championship and to the State Tournament Sweet-16 ... As a senior, named MVP and All-Tournament Team selection of two tournaments (Mattoon and Eisenhower) ... Unanimous First Team All-Conference selection ... Named First Team All-County ... First Team All-Area selection by the Lincoln Courier ... All-State Honorable Mention by the Champaign News-Gazette ... Served as Team Captain ... Led the team in Kills, Digs and Aces her junior and senior seasons ... Named All-County Honorable Mention as a freshman and Second Team as a sophomore ...
Four-Year letter winner in softball and basketball ... Lettered one year in track and field ... Named All-County Honorable Mention as a freshman and Second Team as a sophomore ...
Club - Competed in club volleyball for the Mid-Illinois Volleyball Authority from 2001-04 ... Competed on the 2004-05 18U Illini Elite ...
Personal - Daughter of Wes and Lee Anna Weber ... Born October 14, 1986 ... Nickname is Alli ... Member of the National Honor Society ... An honor graduate ... Participant in the Youth Summit and selection for the Youth Leadership Institute ... Major is undecided.
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