Ole Miss volleyball will celebrate seniors Wednesday evening vs. Alabama
2012: Was second on the team in kills with 2.55 per set ... Recorded double-digit kills in 13 matches ... Had 14 kills and five total blocks vs. Texas A&M ... Tallied team-high 14 kills and three block assists vs. Alabama ... Had seven kills and a season-high tying five block assists at Arkansas ... Had 10 kills w/o committing an error at Miss. St. ... Finished with a dozen kills and four block assists at LSU ... Had nine kills and six digs at Kentucky ... Had five block assists at Georgia ... Had nine kills vs. Kentucky while hitting .412 ... Tied her season high with 14 kills at Alabama, her third straight match of double-digit kills ... Had 11 kills against Mississippi State ... Had 10 kills at Missouri ... Named to the Magnolia Invitational All-Tournament team ... Had double-digit kills in each match of the Magnolia Invitational, including a season-high 14 against North Dakota ... Was two digs shy of a double-double against Tennessee Tech (13K, 8D), while also recording five block assists ... Registered a dozen kills in a five-set victory over Xavier ... Had 13 kills against Wofford.
2011: Played in all 28 matches, starting 27 and played in all 109 sets on the year ... Led the team with 290 kills and averaged a team-high 2.66 kills per set ... Tallied 18 double-digit kill performances on the year, including a season-high 18 kills in an upset win at LSU (10/23) ... Put up a career-high three assists at Louisville (9/2) in the Crowne Plaza Cardinal Classic ... Tied a career-high twice with six digs at No. 4 Texas (8/28) and Wichita State (9/4) ... Put down a career-high 9.0 blocks (1 BS, 8 BA) in a win over Northwestern (9/9) at the Magnolia Invitational ... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Magnolia Invitational ... Came up with the first service ace of her career at Georgia (9/23) ...
2010: Played all 30 matches, drawing the start in 17 matches ... Named to the All-Tournament team at the Rice Invitational ... Posted double-digit kills in 13 matches on the year ... Turned in a season-high 16 kills in the season opener against UT-San Antonio (8/27) at the Rice Invitational ... Turned in a season-best hitting performance against Texas Tech (8/28) when she went 8-for-12 with one error to hit .583 ... Posted a season-high six digs in the win over Rice (8/28) at the Rice Invitational ... Put down a season-high 8.0 blocks (1 BS, 7 BA) at Georgia (10/10) ... The seven block assists was a career-high ... Put down a solo block in seven matches ... Posted 74.0 total blocks on the year ...
2009: Played in 20 matches on the season, drawing five starts to earn her first letter ... Put down 51 kills and came up with 34 blocks (4 BS, 30 BA) ... Posted a season-high 4.0 blocks twice, against Wisconsin-Milwaukee (9/4) and against South Carolina (9/20) ... Both matches saw Wells post four block assists ... Put down a block solo in four matches ... Posted a season-high seven kills twice, at Tennessee (9/27) and against Mississippi State (10/9) ... Came up with two assists at Mississippi State (11/15) ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year letter winner at Sachse High School ... Named 2007 Newcomer of the Year ... Helped lead Sachse to All-District second team ... Named 2008 All-District selection ... Received the team 2008 Defensive Player award ... Helped lead Sachse to the quarterfinals of the state playoffs in 2008 ... Also lettered in track and basketball ... Set the school record for high jump (5-6), long jump (18-9), 4x100 relay and vertical jump (10-5) ... Named Track MVP in 2009 as well as Sachse Female Athlete of the Year ...
CLUB: Competed with the Dallas Summit club for two years ...
MISCELLANEOUS: Daughter of Arthur and Sonya Wells ... Born: June 19, 1991 ... Father, Arthur, played football for the New Orleans Saints
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