Seawolves continue to post strong performances in the classroom.
Stony Brook's new head volleyball coach is a three-time recipient of the AVCA's Thirty Under 30 award.
Freshman outside hitter led America East in kills per set (4.52).
The Seawolves finish the season 11-14 overall and 6-6 in America East.
The Seawolves host Binghamton Sunday with a playoff berth on the line.
2012: Finished the season strong as a spark plug off the bench...recorded a season high 10 kills against UMBC (Nov. 9)
2011: Appeared in all 28 matches, making 27 starts ... played in 105 sets ... fourth on team with 103 kills ... second on team with 60 total blocks ... hit .533 and tied a season-high with nine kills in sweep of Providence (10/16) ... totaled six kills and three block assists in win over Hartford (10/9) ... had season-high nine kills on .433 hitting percentage in win over Fordham (9/21) ... recorded four kills and four digs to go along with three block assists against St. Peter's (9/10) ... had six kills and two blocks against Temple (8/26) in first collegiate match.
High School: Was a two-time first team all-conference selection at Bishop Luers High School in Fort Wayne, Ind. ... named conference player of the year as a senior ... played for the club team Performance Plus ... ranked in the top five percent of her class academically ... was a member of the National Honors Society since her sophomore year.