Honors & Awards
• Academic All-Big Ten (2023)
• Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2023)

2023 (Sophomore)
• Appeared in 13 matches and totaled 27 kills and 15 blocks
• Had a season-high six kills with four blocks and hit .333 in the NCAA Tournament first round against LIU (Dec. 1)
• Provided four kills on .600 hitting with three blocks in a sweep of Rutgers (Oct. 28)
• Recorded four kills in a 3-1 win at Indiana (Sept. 30) 
• Had four kills and a pair of blocks in a sweep of Lipscomb (Aug. 26)
• Posted three kills, three blocks and three digs in a season-opening sweep of Utah State (Aug. 25) 
• Notched two kills and two blocks against Omaha (Aug. 30) 
• Recorded a kill at No. 5 Wisconsin (Nov. 24)

2022 (Freshman)
• Played in 14 matches in her first season as a Husker and logged 1.12 kills per set and 0.79 blocks per set in 42 sets played
• Made her collegiate debut against Tulsa and had two kills and four blocks (Aug. 26)
• Appeared for the Huskers as an opposite hitter against Long Beach State and had four kills, three digs and two blocks (Sept. 10)
• Put down a season-best six kills to go with four blocks against Stanford (Sept. 13)
• Had four kills and three blocks in a sweep at No. 13 Kentucky (Sept. 18)
• Tied her season high with six kills to go with two blocks in a sweep of Michigan State (Sept. 23)
• Posted four kills on a season-best .800 hitting at Michigan State with two blocks (Oct. 6)
• Followed with three kills and four blocks in a win at No. 24 Michigan, where she played as a middle blocker for the first time since the season opener (Oct. 8)
• Came off the bench to provide three kills and two blocks in a 3-0 win over Indiana (Nov. 2)
• Started against Iowa and had two kills and two blocks with three digs (Nov. 11)
• Totaled four kills and four blocks and hit .400 in the NCAA first round win against Delaware State (Dec. 1)

High School/Club
• A standout volleyball and basketball player, came to Nebraska as the top dual-sport star in the nation after reclassifying and graduating a year early in 2022 from Fremont High School in Plain City, Utah
• Competed with Team USA at the FIVB U18 World Championships, where the Americans finished third
• Playing alongside fellow Husker Bekka Allick, finished with nine kills, three blocks and two aces in the bronze-medal match
• At Fremont High School in Utah, lettered three years and passed the 1,000 career kills milestone in just two and a half years
• In 2021, totaled 407 kills on .294 hitting with 59 aces and earned third-team AVCA All-America and first-team All-Region 1 honors
• As a sophomore, was an outside hitter who helped her team to a third-place finish in the state tournament and a Region 1 championship
• Had 417 kills on .312 hitting and earned 6A first-team all-state recognition by the Deseret News, Region 1 Most Valuable Player and All-Area MVP by the Standard-Examiner for the second straight year
• As a freshman, hit .387 for the Region 1 champion Silverwolves while finishing with 369 kills and 101 blocks
• Was a top-20 finalist for Prep Volleyball’s National Freshman of the Year and earned a spot on the publication’s special mention list for high school All-American
• Played club volleyball for the Utah Hive, winning the Triple Crown SLC Tournament and taking third at the Red Rock Rave
• As a member of the U.S. U16 National Team, averaged 10.0 points and 6.7 rebounds per game at the FIBA Americas Championship in August, helping the Americans to six wins en route to the gold medal
• At Fremont, led the Silverwolves to the 2021 state championship with a perfect 26-0 record as a sophomore, averaging 14.3 points, 8.9 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 1.5 steals and 1.9 blocks while starting every game
• Ranked No. 4 overall and the No. 1 middle blocker recruit for 2022 by PrepVolleyball.com
• Was originally a 2023 recruit but reclassified to 2022
• On the basketball court, was tabbed the No. 32 recruit by ESPN and the sixth-ranked post in the country

• Born April 22, 2005
• Parents are Phil and Jenny, who both played college basketball at Weber State