At Charlotte - 2012: Became program's 17th player to reach 1,000 kills (8/25)... Tournament MVP at East Carolina Classic (8/24-25), All-Tournament of Runnin' Bulldog Classic (9/7-8), All-Tournament of Hilton University 49er Invitational (9/14-15)... Co-Captain... Played in the first 13 matches before missing three with injury, ending a streak of 72-straight matches played, finishing with a total of 114 career matches playes, seventh most in team history... Posted a team-high 11 double-doubles (team was 6-5 in those matches) to finish with 31 for her career... She ended with 1,269 kills, ninth-most in prorgam history... Her career rankings at Charlotte: 6th in kills per set (3.11) and attempts, 10th in points (1451.5)... Logged her first and only 20-dig match, at home against Duquesne on 10/19... Finished second on the team in kills (by one), but first with a 3.33 kills-per-set average... Finished seventh in the Atlantic 10 Conference in kills and points per set... Led the team in kills 15 times (4-11)... Posted double-digit digs total 14 times (7-7) and had at least one assist in 20 matches played for the season.
2011: Second-Team All-Atlantic 10 Conference, NCCSIA All-State Team... Entered Finished the season with a 59-straight matches played streak for the 49ers, missing just one match in her career (in 2009) to this point... One of two players to play in every set for the season... Led team with 364 digs, posting a 3.47 kills-per-set average, fourth-best in the conference... Added team-leading 272 digs for a 2.59 digs-per-set average, tops on the squad... Finished third on team with 50 blocks and was tied for fourth with 16 service aces... Was fifth in points per set for the season (3.90)... Added 14 double-doubles, most on the squad, for a career tally of 20... Team posted 11-3 mark in those matches, with all but two wins coming with a double-double in her ledger for the season... Reached double-digit kills in 19 of 27 season matches, achieving 10 digs or more 16 times... Led team in kills 19 times (team posted 9-10 record), leading in digs seven times (team was 3-4)... Needs just 24 kills to become 17th player to reach 1,000 kills... Athletic Director's List (fall).
2010: One of three players to play in all 109 season sets... Led team in kills for second straight season, over 100 more than the next closest player, with nearly 300 more attacks than the next closest player, turning in 344 total kills on the season... Kills total was fifth in Atlantic 10 Conference... 394 points was team high and sixth-highest in league in 2010... Had seven of team's top ten attack totals of the season, turning in a team's best of 18 kills twice and registering 17 kills in two other matches... Finished third in blocks on team... Set career-highs in attacks (47), assists (two, three times), digs (15) and blocks (five) at different points of the season... Turned in six double-doubles during the season (team was 2-4 in those matches)...
2009: A-10 Rookie of the Week (10/5). Led all players with 268 kills in her freshman campaign, averaging 2.53 kills per set... Also finished fourth on the team with 57 blocks... Led or tied for the team lead in kills 12 times (team was 3-9 in those matches)... Led or tied for team lead in blocks twice (team was 2-0 in those matches)... Set career high of 19 kills in four-set home match versus Temple on Nov. 13... Set season high of five digs in road match at Wake Forest on Aug. 28... Recorded season high of three services aces at Coastal Carolina on Sept. 18... Recorded season high four blocks five times... Had double-digit kills in 13 matches (team was 7-6 in those matches).
Prep: 2008 South Carolina 2A Player of the Year... Played for Gwendolyn Wilcher and the W.J. Keenan Raiders... Team was the Region Four AA Champions in 2007 and 2008, including an Upper-State Championship and an AA State Runner-Up Finish in 2007... She was a four-time South Carolina Association of Women's Sports (CAWS) All-State, All-Region and All-Star selection, as well as the Region Four AA Player of the Year in 2007 and 2008... She was a three-time volleyball All-Area performer, and a two-time All-State volleyball player... Member of the Keenan Honor Roll.
Personal: Daughter of Gwendolyn and Stanley Rouse... Has a sister, Britney... Major is sociology... Birthday is August 7.
Kills: 24, at Appalachian State, 08/27/11
Attacks: 55, at Gardner-Webb, 09/08/12
Attack pct: .500, vs Delaware State, 09/07/12 (13-1-24)
Assists: 6, vs Tennessee Tech, 09/03/11 ; at Duquesne, 09/25/11
Serve aces: 5, Morgan State, 09/10/11
Digs: 20, Duquesne, 10/19/12
Blocks: 5, 4 times
Block solo: 4, at Gardner-Webb, 09/08/12
Block assist: 5, at Temple, 10/22/11 ; La Salle, Oct 17, 2010
Kills per set: 6th (3.11)
Attack attempts: 6th (3290)
Matches played: 7th (114)
Kills: 9th (1269)
Points: 10th (1451.5)
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