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Marissa Stockman


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Middle Blocker
Clear Lake, Wis.
high school
River Falls
other college
Illinois State


Played in two matches in the fall 2020 at Georgia Tech…Totaled four kills and hit .300 in the shortened fall season…Recorded four blocks.


Played in 18 matches and 47 sets during her first season at Florida State…finished with 27 kills, 11 digs, 34 blocks and a 0.72 blocks per set average…did not commit an error in her first 33 attacks of the season…recorded five kills and six blocks in her first match of the season on September 6 against FAU…had a kill, two digs and five blocks on the road at TCU (September 8)…posted four kills and a dig at home against Alabama…opened ACC play with two kills and a block on September 27 at Duke…had two kills, three digs and a block against Virginia…finished with five kills and a block in a sweep at NC State on October 11…tied a season high with six blocks, along with two kills, on October 20 against Syracuse…tallied three blocks on the road at Georgia Tech…had two kills and a block in each match of a road trip to Virginia Tech and High Point on November 1-2…posted three blocks and a kill against Notre Dame on November 8.


Started all 33 matches for the Redbirds, covering 114 of 115 sets, as a true freshman … named to the MVC All-Freshman Team … led the league and team in hitting percentage (.355) … ranked third on the team in total kills (259) … reached double-digit kills on eight occasions, including the NCAA Tournament match against Cincinnati (11/30) … tallied a career-high 14 kills in wins against Missouri State (10/20) and UNI (11/3) … collected 23 digs, registering a career-high three against Valparaiso (11/10) … finished second on the team in points (320), while finishing first in blocks (114) to average 1.00 blocks per set … tallied a career-high eight blocks in wins versus Auburn (9/1) and Drake (10/6).


Helped her team finish with a 43-1 record during her senior season … Was a member of a team that finished as the state runner-up and first in its conference … Named a first-team all-state selection in 2017, while garnering all-conference and all-tournament team honors.


  • Parents: Robert Stockman and Sarah Thomson.
  • Born: February 15.
  • Major: Psychology.
  • Siblings: One older brother, Nathan.
  • What National Day do you love to celebrate? National Doughnut Day.
  • What current issue do you follow the most? Mental health resources and policies.
  • Outside of volleyball, what is a career aspiration you have? Joining the Navy and being a Forensic Psychologist.
  • What might be the single-most interesting thing about you? I am ordained.
  • During the COVID-19 pandemic, what has life been like for you? I have had a lot of time to reflect on my goals and try new things.
  • If you wrote an autobiography, what would the title be? Marissa Stockman: The Hottest Mess Known to Man.
  • How has volleyball shaped your life? It has given me structure and taught me how to handle pressure.
  • What shows are you streaming/watching these days?Anime. Too much Anime.
  • What are some of your favorite songs/artists? Favorite Artist: NF. Favorite Song: Marissa.
  • What does being a Seminole mean to you? It means tradition and a culture of hard work and passion.