At Charlotte - 2013: More than half of her season kills came in the last six matches of the season, with a season-best 10 in the road win at East Carolina on 11/10... Set new career high with six digs in the home loss to UTSA on 11/1... Had six or more kills in five of the last six matches ... Chancellor's List (fall and spring).
2012: Started 19 matches, tied for the most among the freshman class, and tied for fourth-most on the team... Put up the third-highest kills total on the team in 2012, and third-best kills-per-set average (2.00)... Also finished second on the squad with 32 blocks, leading all freshmen... Her 14 solo blocks were second-highest on the team in 2012... Twice led the team in kills, tying for the team-lead on another occasion, including a pair of career-best 13-kill performances, both in victory for Charlotte... Achieved double-digit kills total six times (team was 2-4)... Finished with 32 blocks, with nearly half of those coming in four matches, including a career-best five in a road loss at Clemson on 8/31... Chancellor's List (fall and spring).
Prep - St. Joseph's Academy Angels won a state championship in 2010, earning a number-one ranking by Prep Volleyball, finishing with a 31-7 record and finishing runners-up at the Nike Tournament of Champions... The 2011 squad won a conference title and took fourth at the Nike Tournament of Champions, with a season-long top ranking for large schools in Missouri, finishing 24-8... Earned Honorable Mention on the "Best High School Sophomores in the Country" list by Prep Volleyball and was on the "Senior Aces" Just-Missed List by the same publication... Selected First-Team All-Conference and All-Region, earning Honorable Mention All-State in the 4A ranks, while leading her conference in kills in 2011... Played her club volleyball with the Rockwood Thunder... A member of the National Honor Society, she was a three-time selection to the Academic All-State Volleyball Team.
Personal - Daughter of Laurie and Randy Ochs... Laurie played basketball at Avila College, while Randy was a cyclist at Indiana... Uncle Jim Roder played basketball at Kansas State and Saint Louis, while another uncle, Steve Roder, played hoops at Missouri-Saint Louis... A cousin, Shelly Roder, played volleyball for Creighton... Has two sisters, Katie (11) and Claire (11)... Major is pre-business... Birthday is January 17.
| SINGLE-MATCH HIGHS:
Kills: 13, vs Campbell, 08/25/12 ; Duquesne, 10/19/12
Attacks: 37, at East Carolina, Nov 10, 2013
Attack pct: .481, vs Campbell, 08/25/12 (13-0-27)
Assists: 2, at Fordham, 09/28/12
Serve aces: 1, at Duquesne, 09/23/12
Digs: 6, UTSA, Nov 1, 2013
Blocks: 5, at Clemson, 08/31/12
Block solo: 2, at Clemson, 08/31/12 ; Towson, 09/15/12 ; at George Washington, 09/21/12
Block assist: 3, 4 times
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