Every women’s team (11) averaged a 3.0 G.P.A. or higher
Owls Post 18 Wins for Second Season in a Row
Tekavec Still A Vital Part of the Team Even While Injured
Transfers and Freshmen Add to Already Talented Group
The Owls had 204 student-athletes make the Honor Roll and 34 win the Commissioner's Academic Medal
The FAU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee held its second annual field day at A.D. Henderson University School on April 10, 2015.
SAAC held a congratulatory lunch with students from AD Henderson for donating the most items to the C-USA Food Drive.
- Sat out season due to injury, redshirted.
- Had nine double-digit kill matches on the season, including 15 against conference powers UTSA (9/26) and Western Kentucky (11/21).
- Narrowly missed a double-double with 11 kills and eight digs at UTEP (9/28).
- Registered a season-high four total blocks vs. Charlotte (10/31).
- Finished the season third on the team in kills per set with 2.34.
- Began her collegiate career with an 11 kill effort against Southeastern Louisiana.
- Had nine kills and 12 digs in her next match against Jacksonville.
- Had season high 19 kills twice against ECU (10/28) and Louisiana Tech (11/8).
- Ended the season with nine straight double-digit kill matches, 16 on the season.
- Led the team in kills (271) and kills per set (2.56)
High School: A four year varsity member of the first-team all-conference selection for all four years, as well as a four-time recipient of the Scholar Athlete Award. Named Northeast Ohio Player of the Year as a senior, played in the Ohio All-Star Game...named to the All-Sun East team by the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.
Club: Captain of the Ohio Valley Region High Performance International Youth Team and was named MVP of the 2013 North Coast Power League Tournament.
Personal: Majoring in communications.