|Total||10-3 (.769)||0-0||10-3 (.769)|
Played in all 13 matches in her first year with Florida State, finishing with a 10-3 record…started the season paired with Madison Fitzpatrick on court two and went 8-3…end the season with her final two matches with Kate Privet earning a win on courts three and four…along with Fitzpatrick, the pairing won four matches against ranked opponents, including wins over No. 16 TCU (21-14, 21-15), No. 16 South Carolina (22-20, 24-22), No. 10 Grand Canyon (15-21, 22-20, 16-14) and No. 17 South Carolina (21-16, 24-22)…won her final two matches with Privett against UNCW on court three and UNF on court four.
She was a two-time New Zealand Senior Women’s Team member, a two-time U17 New Zealand member and a competitor with numerous New Zealand U17 and U19 Beach Volleyball teams… competed in the Youth and Junior Asian Championships in 2014 (Taiwan and Thailand), the USA High Performance Championships in 2013 (Florida) in indoor volleyball and competed with the U21 beach volleyball team’s USA Tour and U19’s Asian and World Championships in 2015 and 2016, where she won silver at the Asian Beach championship… she garnered Sportswoman of the Year in back-to-back years (2014 and 2015), presented by Marriotts Hadlee Sports Awards.
Transferred to Florida State in 2019 from Minnesota…daughter of Ruth Seeman…majoring in Political Science with a minor in Marketing…wants to be a lawyer or work for the UN one day…born July 28, 1998.