As a junior (`01): Played in 103 games. Led the team with a .263 hitting percentage and in blocking. She shut down the opponents 110 times averaging 1.07 blocks per match, which was second in the conference. She tallied 245 kills and had 13 matches with 10 or more kills. First match of the season she had a career-high 10 blocks against Idaho to go with a .476 hitting percentage. A member of the All-Academic team.
At the A-Sun Tournament (`01): Collected 13 block assists in three games, seven against Georgia State. Held a .271 average with 12 kills.
As a sophomore (`00): Earned a starting role as middle blocker and blocking specialist where she earned 11 block solos on the year. Played in 29 of 30 matches, 101 games, despite having a sprained thumb for the last half of the season. Had double digit kills in three games, three or more blocks in nine games. Career-high and tied a school record, eight block assists against conference rival Central Florida.
At the A-Sun Tournament (`00): Recorded four kills, two block solos and one block assist versus Campbell. In the semi-final match against GSU, she recorded one kill.
As a freshman (`99): Played in 21 matches and 35 games. Gained valuable time with mid-season injuries. Had three matches with double-digit attack attempts with two matches ending with six kills. Also proved strong on the front row with a total of 27 blocks, including 26 assists. Big matches were against Jacksonville State, Stetson and Mercer.
At the NCAA Tournament (`99): Played in one game, earned one kill. Was one of two players to end the match with a positive kill percentage.