At Princeton — 2015: ranked third in Ivy League in hitting percentage (.332) and sixth in blocks (.98) as a freshman starter on Princeton's Ivy championship team; Tigers became first team in league history to start 0-3 and still win Ivy title … started every match of the season at middle blocker … recorded 145 kills and 79 blocks … during last eight matches, including seven-match win streak to win title and Ivy playoff, Ibe averaged 2.2 kills and 1.2 blocks while hitting .364 … recorded 11 kills, five blocks and hit .318 in Ivy playoff match at Harvard.
Before Princeton — earned all-state honors, as well as first-team all-conference and all-division honors … set the North Brunswick High record with 519 kills … has only played three full seasons of volleyball … team captain … invited to the Penn State Summer Camp … all-state honoree in track & field; won winter state title in the high jump and placed second in both the high jump and triple jump during the spring … Home News Tribune Track Athlete of the Year … NJSIAA Scholar-Athlete Award honoree … member of the National Honor Society.
Personal — born Feb. 11, 1997 … daughter of Chigozie and Nicole Ibe … has two younger sisters, Chika and Isabella, and a younger brother Chigozie … enjoys writing, watching documentaries, and science … plans to study chemistry.
King on Ibe: Nnenna is the wild card of this group. She has the potential to be an immediate impact player with her tremendous athleticism and blocking abilities. As a player, she is just tapping her potential and we are excited to see what she can do.
|Hometown:||North Brunswick, N.J.|
|High School:||North Brunswick|