Outside Hitter
Height 5'10"
Year Senior
Hometown Los Angeles, Calif.
High School Marymount
School: CC
Birthdate July 12, 2012


2015 (Senior): Played in 20 matches, starting in three ... finished the season averaging 2.14 digs per set ... posted eight service aces, seven of which came in Ivy League action .... recorded double-figure digs in six matches ... picked up only kill of the season in the final game of the year while adding a season-high 22 digs against Princeton (Nov. 14).

2014 (Junior): Recorded 15 kills, nine digs, one block and one assist in the season-opening sweep of Bucknell (Sept. 5) … Notched 10 kills, one ace and one block in a straight-set victory over Stony Brook (Sept. 6) … Posted 10 digs and five kills against Fairfield (Sept. 6) … Named Columbia Invitational MVP ... Turned in four kills, eight digs and two service aces at George Washington (Sept. 12) … Chipped in three digs and two kills versus Illinois State (Sept. 12) … Registered six kills, five digs, two blocks and one assist against Baylor (Sept. 13) ... Notched eight kills, nine digs, three aces, two blocks and one assists at Connecticut (Sept. 19) … With a 12-kill, 11-dig effort, recorded her first double-double of the season and added two blocks and one assist versus Bryant (Sept. 20) ... Contributed six digs, two kills and two assists against Cornell (Sept. 27) ... Posted 11 digs and two aces at Penn (Oct. 3) … Contributed seven digs and one ace at Princeton (Oct. 4) ... Turned in 11 digs, nine kills, hitting .444, and one ace against Dartmouth (Oct. 10) … Contributed a double-double effort (14-kills, 11 digs) and eight blocks versus Harvard (Oct. 11) ... Recorded 14 digs, two aces and one assist at Brown (Oct. 17) … Posted Seven digs, two aces and one assist at Yale (Oct. 18) ... Notched 16 digs, one kill and one assist at Cornell (Oct. 25) ... Registered 13 digs and one kill versus Princeton (Oct. 31) … Tallied 12 kills, 11 digs, three assist, one ace and one block against Penn (Nov. 1) … Chipped in 25 assists and two aces versus Yale (Nov. 7) … Added 16 digs and two assists against Brown (Nov. 8) … Recorded five digs, two kills and one assist at Harvard (Nov. 14).   

2013 (Sophomore): Played in 14 matches before suffering a season-ending injury … One of team’s most productive players, averaging 3.10 kills and 3.37 digs per set … Notched 12 kills and 18 digs against Belmont … Recorded a double-double with 17 kills and 16 digs against Boston College … Followed that performance with 17 kills on a  .417 clip to go with 23 digs … Posted 14 kills and 10 digs against Binghamton … Registered 14 kills and 12 digs against Virginia … Compiled 17 kills and 13 digs at Cornell … Notched 14 kills and 27 digs at Dartmouth.

2012 (First-Year): Saw action in all 23 matches in her first-year as a Lion … Earned Ivy League Player of the Week and Co-Rookie of the Week accolades in addition to Most Valuable Player in the Columbia Invitational with her first career double-doubles that included identical 10-kill, 13-dig performances in wins over Hofstra and Rhode Island … Narrowly missed a double-double in Columbia's victory over Colgate, recording nine kills and a career-high 16 digs … Finished the 3-0 weekend for the Lions with a .255 hitting percentage, 2.42 kills per set, 3.50 digs per set, five service aces and three blocks … Led Columbia with a team-best 17 service aces on the season … Posted a career-high 13 kills at Princeton.

Before Columbia: Four-year member of the volleyball team at Marymount …  Helped lead her team to back-to-back CIF SS 1A Championships in 2010 and 2011, including a regional championship and state finals in her senior season … Four-time first-team All-Sunshine League honoree … Two-time first-team All-CIF honoree … Also named to the Durango (Las Vegas) All-Tournament Team her senior year… Also played for the Sunshine Volleyball Club… Has qualified for open Junior Olympics ever year since 12’s … Graduated cum laude.


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Interview: Columbia Head Volleyball Coach Allison Keeley
VB: Columbia vs Yale (11/11/17)
Postgame: Anja Malesevic (Columbia vs. Yale - Senior Night)