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·         Named ACC Academic Honor Roll (2015)
·         Tallahassee Seminole All-Tournament Team (2016)
·         Named Second Team All-ACC (2016)

·         Named AVCA All-East Region (2016)


Ended her best season in a Florida State uniform by ranking in the top five of seven major categories including hitting percentage (.359), solo blocks (19-2nd), assisted blocks (112-2nd), total blocks (131-2nd), blocks/set (1.05-2nd), kills (238-3rd) and kills/set (1.90-4th) … dominant player for the Seminoles throughout the season as she posted better than a .300 attack percentage in 21 contests … closed out Atlantic Coast Conference action, where she competed in 78 sets, with the best hitting percentage (.352) of any player in the league after driving home 159 kills on 315 attacks while committing 48 errors … integral part of Florida State posting 17 ACC victories as she also ranked among the top five leaders on the team in solo blocks (14-2nd), assisted blocks (73-2nd), total blocks (87-2nd), blocks/set (1.12-2nd), kills (159-3rd) … closed out her Seminole career with 442 kills (1.62 kills/set), a .295 hitting percentage, 253 total blocks (25 solo blocks / 228 assisted blocks / 0.93 blocks/set), 101 digs and 11 service aces … led the way for the Seminoles’ offense by converting 10 kills on 13 total attacks, posting a .692 attack percentage at UCF (Aug. 27) … enjoyed a solid outing against No. 16 Texas A&M (Sept. 1) that included seven kills and three assisted blocks … enjoyed her second .400-hitting percentage match of the season after finishing with seven kills and three assisted blocks, en route to a .417 hitting percentage, against No. 6 Minnesota (Sept. 3) … earned the first All-Tournament honors of her career at the at the Home2Suites by Hilton Tallahassee Seminole Tournament as she ended her weekend with 23 kills and 11 total blocks (10 assisted) … posted at least a .350 attack percentage in every match of the tournament, including a season-high .857 (six kills-seven attacks) against Little Rock (Sept. 9) that also included three assisted blocks … narrowly missed double figure kills (nine) as hit .353 in a five-game clash with Baylor (Sept. 8) … was a solid two-way threat for the Seminoles against Florida A&M (Sept. 9), finishing with eight kills (.583 attack pct.) and four total blocks (three assisted) in the sweep … posted six kills (.545 attack pct.) in 11 attempts while finishing with three assisted blocks in four sets against Florida (Sept. 14) … made her ninth consecutive start of the season at LSU (Sept. 18) and came away with five kills (.333 attack pct.), two digs and three blocks (one solo) … emerged with six kills in back-to-back matches against Miami (Sept. 23) and Louisville (Sept. 25) … closed out a sweep of Syracuse (Sept. 30) with four kills and two assisted blocks … enjoyed a match-high eight kills (.417 attack pct.) and six assisted blocks versus Boston College (Oct. 2) as the Noles held the BC offense to a .028 hitting percentage … closed out the match against ninth-ranked North Carolina (Oct. 7) with eight kills … came through with one of her best all-around performances of the season in a four-set win at NC State (Oct. 9) as she tallied a career-high 12 kills (.500 attack percentage) and four assisted blocks … capped off the match with Virginia Tech (Oct. 14) with eight kills and two assisted blocks … made an impact at the net with seven total blocks (six assisted blocks) as the Seminoles held a 34-9 edge in total blocks against Pittsburgh (Oct. 16) … drove home six kills as she posted a .667 hitting percentage in a three-game sweep of Miami (Oct. 19) … emerged with six assisted blocks and five kills (.333 hitting pct.) as the Noles posted their 23rd sweep of Virginia (Oct. 21) … came through with eight kills (.312 hitting percentage) and four assisted blocks against Louisville (Oct. 28) … topped the Seminoles lineup with a .600 hitting percentage after driving home nine kills on 15 attempts against Notre Dame (Oct. 30). She also added five assisted blocks as FSU finished with an 18-14 advantage in total blocks … led the way for the Seminole defense with 11 blocks (nine assisted) to go along with 11 kills as she recorded her first collegiate double-double against NC State (Nov. 4) … came through with eight kills and five blocks (four assisted) in a clash with No. 12 North Carolina (Nov. 6) … contributed nine kills (.643 attack percentage) and four blocks (three assisted) in a win over Boston College (Nov. 11) … drove home eight kills and added four blocks (three assisted) at Syracuse (Nov. 13) … responsible for eight kills (.300 attack percentage), two digs and one block in a win over Duke (Nov. 18) … completed the weekend in North Carolina with eight kills (.400 attack percentage), six total blocks (five assisted) and one dig at Wake Forest (Nov. 20) … had her second-best hitting percentage of the season (.722) in a win over Clemson (Nov. 23) as she enjoyed a career-high 14 kills on 18 swings, adding seven blocks (six assisted) on defense … posted the first back-to-back double-digit kill outing of the season (12 kills) as she recorded a career-high three solo blocks (six total blocks) in defeating Georgia Tech (Nov. 25) … capped off the 2016 NCAA Tournament opening round win over Cincinnati (Dec. 2) with a team-high six assisted blocks to go along with four kills in 11 attempts (.364 attack percentage), two digs and one assist … contributed seven kills and four assisted blocks in Florida State’s victory over archrival Florida (Dec. 3) … closed out her collegiate career with five kills and one assisted block in a four-set match in the Sweet 16 opponent Stanford (Dec. 9).


 Returned from an injury to play in 28 sets where she posted 37 kills, 34 assisted blocks and eight digs … made her first appearance of the season against Coastal Carolina (Sept. 11), finishing with one kill … earned a start against Florida A&M (Sept. 12), recording seven kills (.875 attack percentage) along with seven assisted blocks … contributed four kills and two assisted blocks in a sweep of Clemson (Oct. 2) … began a solid November with four kills and two assisted blocks against Notre Dame (Nov. 13) … had six kills (.750 attack percentage) and two assisted blocks versus Wake Forest (Nov. 20) … anchored the front row with nine assisted blocks and two kills against Duke (Nov. 22) … closed out the regular season with six kills and four assisted blocks at Clemson (Nov. 27) … played two sets against Florida (Dec. 4) in the NCAA Tournament where she came through with four kills (1.000 attack percentage) and one assisted block.

JUNIOR (2014):

Sat out the year due to an injury sustained during the offseason.


Saw action in 56 sets as she tallied 77 kills, 38 digs, 32 assisted blocks and two solo blocks … capped off her start against Kentucky (Aug. 30) with two kills, two digs, one solo block and one assisted block … followed that performance with three kills and one assisted block against Long Beach State (Aug. 31) … posted a season-high nine kills (.692 attack percentage) along with three digs and two assisted blocks against Florida Gulf Coast (Sept. 7) … enjoyed a pair of six-kill outings, which included seven digs and five assisted blocks as the Seminoles split with Siena and Texas A&M (Sept. 12) … opened ACC play with six kills and two digs in a four-set win over Syracuse (Sept. 28) … made eight kills and one assisted block in her final start of the season at Georgia Tech (Oct. 4) … opened the 2013 NCAA Tournament with three kills and three assisted blocks against Georgia Southern (Dec. 5) … powered home eight kills (.294 attack percentage), three assisted blocks and two digs against Florida (Dec. 6) … closed out her season with four assisted blocks and three kills in a setback to Wisconsin (Dec. 13).

FRESHMAN (2012):

Played in 64 sets where she finished with 90 kills (.212 attack percentage), 34 digs and 50 assisted blocks … made her college debut against Cincinnati (Aug. 25), finishing with one kill … made three assisted blocks and two digs in a four-set win over Georgia (Sept. 1) … notched five kills, four assisted blocks and three digs in her first collegiate start against Florida A&M (Sept. 1) … drove home three kills and added three assisted blocks against Pepperdine (Sept. 14) … had at least three kills in five straight matches between Sept. 1 through Sept. 22 … opened ACC play with four assisted blocks and three kills at Virginia Tech (Sept. 21) … quickly followed with three assisted blocks and three kills against Virginia (Sept. 22) … tallied a season-high 10 kills (.600 attack percentage) in the four-set win over Maryland (Oct. 14) … made eight kills league clashes with Clemson (Oct. 21), Virginia (Oct. 26) and North Carolina (Nov. 3) … converted five assisted blocks and four kills in a sweep of Hofstra (Nov. 30) at the NCAA Tournament.


Ranked 23rd on’s senior class ratings … called “the best blocker in the state of Georgia within the last 10 years” by one coach … averaged over five kills per set in her senior year … produced 373 kills, 89 blocks, 62 digs and 27 aces while leading her high school to its first ever state championship … recorded 29 kills and 13 blocks in state championship win over Greater Atlanta Christian … honorable mention selection to the Under Armour Girls High School All-America Team … had a .546 hitting percentage and was named Class A-AA Player of the Year by the Georgia Volleyball Coaches Association, following senior year.


Born on April 19, 1994 … majoring in sociology … daughter of Cawanda and Michael Green … has one brother.