At Utah Valley University ...
Senior (2009): Named to the Great West Conference First Team ... Named Great West Conference Offensive Player of the Week three times ... Holds UVU individual match records for attack attempts with 103 (Northeastern, Aug. 26, 2006); kills (four sets) with 27 (Oral Roberts, Sept. 9, 2006); Attempts (three sets) with 53 at Texas-Pan American (Sept. 30, 2006); attempts (four sets) with 53 (vs. IPFW, Nov. 11, 2006) and attempts (five sets) with 103 (vs. Northeastern, Aug. 26, 2006; aces (three sets) with six (vs. Providence, Nov. 10, 2006; Points (four sets) with 30 (Oral Roberts, Sept. 9, 2006) ... Finishes career at UVU as the all-time leader in kills (1,520), service attempts (1,635), attack attempts (4,438) and points (1,740.5) and is second all-time in kills per set (3.70), services aces (109), digs (1,299), solo blocks (31), and points per set (4.23) ... Recorded a team-high 14 double-doubles and finished a dig shy of three more double-doubles ... Played in 31 matches, starting 28 ... Opened the season with a season-high 22 kills against Gonzaga (Aug. 28) ... Recorded a season-high 21 digs at NJIT (Oct. 10) ... Recorded 10 kills or more 21 times and 10 digs or more 14 times.
Redshirt (2008): Redshirted 2008 season due to injury.
Junior (2007): Named to Div. I All-Independent First Team after finishing third among all independent players with 3.91 kills per game ... was sixth among independents with an average of 3.83 digs per game ... played in 28 of 31 matches, starting 23 for the Wolverines ... was named to the All-Tournament team at the Butler Invitational ... named to All-Tournament team after helping UV to three consecutive sweeps to win the Div. I Independent Championship ... reached double-digit kills in 20 matches and recorded 20 or more kills eight times ... had a season-high 25 kills against Arizona State (Sept. 8) ... had 24 kills in a four-game win at Idaho State (Sept. 22) ... had 22 double-doubles including two 20/20 performances; 20 kills/22digs in a five-game win over Weber State (Sept. 7) and 22 kills/23 digs in a five-game win over San Jose State (Sept. 8).
Sophomore (2006): Named Second Team All-Independent ... led the team and tied a school record for kills in a season with 403 ... also led UV in kills per game, average 4.20 ... was second on the team with 367 digs and 3.82 digs per game ... tied for second on the team with eight block solos ... played in 27 of the Wolverines' 28 matches, starting 24 ... played in 96 games during the season ... finished the season in second all-time in career kills with 778 ... finished the season first on the all-time kills per game list, averaging 3.74 kills per game ... tallied double-digits in kills in 26 of the 27 matches she played ... set a career-high with 28 kills and 23 digs in the Wolverines' five-game win over Northeastern ... recorded 20-or-more kills five times during the season ... recorded double-doubles in 16 matches during the seasons ... named to the La Quinta Invitational All-Tournament team ... recorded 22 kills and 26 digs in UV's five-game win over UTSA ... recorded 23 kills, 20 digs and a season-best four blocks in win over IPFW ... named to the Div. I Independent All-Tournament team ... recorded 15 kills and 18 digs in the Wolverines' season finale against IPFW.
Freshman (2005): Named Div. I Independent "Newcomer of the Year" ... named Second Team All-Independent ... named to the Div. I Independent All-Tournament team and was named Div. I Independent "Newcomer of the Week" (Nov. 8) ... had a great freshman campaign leading the Wolverines in kills (375), and kills per game average (3.35) ... was second on the team in digs (243), and digs per game average (2.17) ... among other Independent players she finished fifth in kills per game average, and sixth in kills ... was second on the team in double doubles with nine ... set a career-high with 22 kills in the championship match against SDSU in the Independent tournament ... tallied double digit kills in 20 of 29 matches this season.
Before Utah Valley ...
Lettered in volleyball, soccer, basketball, and track at Paradise HS ... named All-League and All-Section in volleyball ... named Section Best Defensive Specialist ... named All-League and MVP in soccer, basketball, and track ... played for the Creekside Academy club team ... led Creekside to the Reno Tournament Championship.
Born September 22, 1987 ... graduated from Paradise High School in 2005 with a 4.34 GPA (ranked ninth in her class) ... received the NCIF Scholastic and Athlete Award ... honor roll student ... named Academic All-State in volleyball, soccer, and track ... majoring in Exercise Science ... has three sisters whom she loves so much Ashley, Daydre, and Karly ... daughter of Gary and Shauna Manwill.