Status Injured - Permanent
Rancho Santa Fe, California
Bronze medalist at the 2016 Olympic Games
Playing for Step Up For Mental Health® (opens in new tab)
Graduated from UCLA in 2015 with bachelor’s degree in geography and environmental studies … took a break from playing with Team USA to pursue a Master’s degree in landscape architecture … hobbies include hiking, DIY projects, tennis and ocean activities.
2021 Season: Appeared in all 45 sets during inaugural season … finished fifth on the leaderboard with 3,566 points … led all players with 230 kills in 15 matches … also ranked ninth in the league with 131 digs … tallied 10 or more kills in all 15 matches, including two matches with 20 or more kills … one of two players to post 25 or more kills in a match … authored five double-doubles … opened season with 13 kills and 11 digs against Team King … set season high with 17 digs while contributing 15 kills to close out Week Four against Team Hunter … hit .450 with season-high 25 kills and 410 leaderboard points on Mar. 20 against Team De La Cruz … authored 23 kills with 15 digs against Team De La Cruz in Week Two opener.
Other Experience: Most recently played for Busto Arsizio in Italy … has also played professionally in Puerto Rico and China … member of Team USA since 2015 … helped the 2016 Olympic Team win a bronze medal.
Two-time AVCA All-America selection for the Bruins, including First Team recognition as a senior … one of 14 players in school history to earn multiple All-America honors … First-Team All-America pick by Volleyball Magazine in 2014 … two-time AVCA All-Region and All-Pac-12 recipient … member of 2014 NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team … ranks among Bruins’ career leaders with 1,422 kills … tallied 703 kills during 2014 season to stand second on UCLA’s single-season list … also ranks second on single-season lists with 778.5 points and 1,488 attack attempts in 2014 … led Bruins in kills and points as a junior and senior … tallied 30 or more kills in a match four times during her career … selected as AVCA National Player of the Week during her senior season … garnered Third-Team CoSIDA Academic All-America recognition as a senior.