|High School:||Bostanci Doga College|
Kills: 10 (at Virginia, 9/26/14)
Attacks: 35 (at Virginia, 9/26/14)
Hitting %: .571 (4k, 0e, 7ta vs. North Carolina, 10/25/15)
Blocks: 5 (2x, at Virginia, 9/26/14; vs. Alabama, 9/20/13)
Digs: 17 (2x, at Wake Forest, 11/17/13; vs. Syracuse, 11/22/13)
Assists: 5 (vs. Syracuse, 11/22/13)
Aces: 5 (vs. Troy, 9/21/13)
2015: As a junior
• Recorded a career-best, .571 hitting percentage (4k, 0e, 7a) against North Carolina. (10/25)
• Tallied a season-best, six kills against UNC Wilmington. (8/28)
• Denied opposing hitters four times against Furman. (9/5)
• Earned single-season bests in kills and blocks.
2014: As a sophomore
• Finished in a three-way tie for the second most services aces recorded by a Tiger with 27.
• Recorded a season-best 10 kills, three assists, five block assists and 12.5 points at Virginia. The 10 kill performance was also a career-best. (9/26/14)
• One of seven student-athletes to play in all 32 matches.
2013: As a freshman
• Started the season at outisde hitter but moved to back row midway through the season.
• Played in 29 matches, earning 19 starts, and had 233 digs, including 11 matches with ten or more.
• Led the team with 34 service aces, an average of 0.32 per set, which finished the season 8th in the ACC.
• The 34 aces are the most by any Clemson player since Sue Eckman had 36 in 2007, which was during the 30-point set era.
• Bostanci Doga College.
• Vakifbank Spor Kubulu club program.
• Bayramoglu becomes the next in a series of Istanbul, Turkey natives, each of whom has made significant contributions to the Clemson program. Didem Ege (2007-10) was a three-time All-ACC selection and the ACC Defensive Player of the Year, Cansu Ozdemir (2007-11) was a two-time captain, and Serenat Yaz (2009-12) made the All-ACC team.