Staff
Head Coach
Ian Choi

Ian Choi is in his second year as head coach of the Fordham Volleyball program. Last year, The Rams received unprecedented acclaim by achieving Atlantic 10 All-Conference Defensive Awards in two consecutive weeks. Originally arriving to Fordham in 2017 as the Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator, Choi helped lead The Rams to their highest RPI finish in six years by serving as the position coach for Middle Blockers and Liberos in addition to leading all defensive systems.

Prior to his arrival in New York City, Choi spent two seasons as the Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator at San Jose State University where he trained the Middle Blockers, Setters and Liberos. He was also responsible for scouting opponents and coding via Data Volley. During his two years, the Spartans saw the second-highest RPI increase among all Division I teams.

Early in his collegiate coaching career, Choi served as an Assistant Coach at the University of Kansas where he worked primarily with the Liberos and Defensive Specialists. That year Choi helped lead the University of Kansas to receive an At-Large bid to the NCAA tournament and finish 22-9 on the season.

Choi’s collegiate coaching experience started at The University of Texas where he helped the team win a Big 12 Championship and ultimately concluded the season as National Semi-Finalists.

In addition to coaching collegiately, Choi has extensive experience and success coaching with USAV Junior Volleyball. Spending most of his time with the top club in Central Texas, Austin Junior Volleyball, Choi garnered National Qualifying bids across all age groups during his six year tenure there and earned Coach of the Year in 2013. While coaching with USAV, Choi also head coached The University of Texas Women’s Club Volleyball team leading them to a National Championship in 2011.

Choi competed at The University of Texas as a setter helping the team to a top 10 finish in 2006. He has a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology from San Jose State University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas.

Assistant Coach
Emily Lucas

Emily Lucas is in her second season with the Fordham volleyball program.

Lucas arrives in the Bronx after spending one season with the Michigan Wolverines as a volunteer assistant coach under head coach Mark Rosen, working on a staff that oversaw the 31st-ranked team in RPI at season's end and two AVCA All-Americans and All-Region selections. She also operated summer skills and team youth camps and directed summer adult camps.

The year prior, Lucas served as assistant coach at Northwood University coordinating the Timberwolves setters and offense while assisting with scouting, recruiting, and travel. While there, she also served as Site Director and club coach with the Michigan Elite Volleyball Academy, managing 16 different club youth teams, scheduling practices, facilities, and clinics, and serving as head coach of two different teams.

Lucas earned her master's degree in strength & conditioning at Arkansas Tech University while serving as graduate assistant coach for the Golden Suns for two seasons. Lucas served the Golden Suns as the defensive coordinator and assisted in day to day operations. During her time there, Arkansas Tech won two regular season championships, a conference title, and had 13 All-Conference honorees, plus an appearance at the 2014 NCAA Division II National Tournament. Before that, Lucas worked one season as a graduate assistant coach at William Woods University, helping coach the American Conference's Libero of the Year.

Lucas graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City with her bachelor's degree in liberal arts, earning tournament honors throughout her college career and Summit League First Team All-Conference along with All-Tournament distinctions as a senior with the Kangaroos.

She currently coaches the 18's National club team for NYC Juniors in Manhattan.

Assistant Coach
Alyssa Kaufman

Alyssa Kaufman is in her first season with the Fordham Volleyball Program.

Kaufman arrives after four seasons at the helm of the College of New Rochelle, where she also served as the department's Senior Woman Administrator for the past five years and Director of Athletics on an interim basis last year.

"Alyssa is a great addition to the program," Choi said, "As a former head coach and athletics director, she understands the entirety of the sport in the NCAA context. I'm looking forward to incorporating her knowledge, experience, and unique perspective into the 'Ramily'."

Kaufman oversaw a perennial Hudson Valley conference champion during her time at New Rochelle, winning four straight regular season and league titles and making the program's first-ever appearances in the NCAA National Women's Volleyball Championships in 2016 and 2017. Kaufman was named the AD3I Coach of the Year following the Blue Angels' first appearance in 2016 and the HVIAC Coach of the Year following her first season, in 2015, after leading New Rochelle to its third consecutive conference championship and second-ever appearance in the postseason ECAC Metro tournament.

Prior to her time at New Rochelle, Kaufman spent one year at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, compiling a 14-16 overall record and a 6-3 mark in the Skyline Conference, advancing to the semi-finals of the conference tournament.

Kaufman played at Montreat (N.C.) from 2009-12, serving as a team captain all four years with the Cavaliers. A hands-on player with the NAIA program, Kaufman helped with the recruiting process by watching film and contacting players and helped the coaching staff with strategy. She was named to the All-Freshman Team as a rookie and was an All-Conference selection her remaining three seasons.

Kaufman also garnered recognition for her work in the classroom at Montreat, earning All-Academic accolades three times and being named a Daktronics NAIA Scholar Athlete following the 2012 season. A standout in the classroom, Kaufman was named to the Dean's List at Montreat three semesters and was named to the Distinguished Scholars List on two occasions.

Camp Counselor
Makaela Tanaka

Tanaka will be entering her sophomore season for Fordham.

2018: Appeared in 25 matches, making 18 starts, as a freshman… Led the team with 589 assists and a rate of 7.18 per set… Added 155 digs (1.89), 17 blocks, and 12 aces… Named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Before Fordham: Played four seasons at Archbishop Mitty High School in San Jose, earning three varsity letters with the Monarchs, a team that was ranked #1 in the country in 2015 and 2016. She broke out as a junior while earning Max Preps All-State honors, PrepVolleyball.com All-American special mention, West Castholic Athletic All-League, and Mercury News Bay Area Third Team honors. She was also named to the Durango Classic Second Team and All-Tournament team, a feat she bested a year later while making the First Team. She was twice named Max Preps/AVCA California Athlete of the Week, once each as a junior and senior. She was also named 2017-18 Under Armour/AVCA All-America honorable mention. She played her club volleyball with Red Rock Volleyball, helping her team to one gold medal, three silver medals, and a bronze at various Open Division competitions over her first three years. During her senior year, she helped Red Rock earn silver at the Far Westerns Qualifier USA Division. Academically, she was a four-year member of both the Principal's Honor Roll and the National Honor Society.

Major: Business.

Camp Counselor
Morgan Williams

Williams will be entering her senior season for the Fordham Volleyball program.

2018: One of three players to appear in all 27 matches as a junior, serving as the team’s libero… Led the Rams with 445 digs, third-most in a single season, at a program-record rate of 4.28 per set, nearly .2 more than the previous record… One-time Atlantic 10 Defensive Player of the Week… Finishes her junior campaign on pace to break the all-time career digs record, while serving as the new benchmark already for digs per set (3.90), .44 higher than the next best average… Named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2017: One of two Rams to appear in all 27 matches and 98 sets as starting libero as a sophomore... Finished with the eighth-most digs (398) and second-best digs per set rate (4.06) in a single campaign in program history... Finishes her sophomore campaign with the highest career digs per set average (3.71) by a wide margin among players with at least two seasons... Also contributed 72 assists and 22 aces... Named to the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2016: One of two players to appear in all 29 matches and all 111 sets as a freshman… Tallied 378 digs as the team’s libero for most of the campaign, eighth-most in the Atlantic 10, tenth-most in a single season in program history, and the highest total ever by a true freshman… Her 3.41 digs per set average ranks joint-sixth in program history… Tallied 12+ digs in 15 straight contests to begin her career and 10+ in 22 of 23…

Before Fordham: Played varsity volleyball and beach volleyball at Marymount High School... Helped Marymount to the Mission League Championship in each of her last two years, notching a team-high 34 service aces in 2016... Earned the team's Most Valuable Senior Award during her final season, after receiving the Coach's Award as a sophomore... Played club volleyball for SG Elite 18 Roshambo, which is ranked 13th in the SCVA... Received Academic Achievement Awards in English, Spanish, Theology, Math, and History... Three-year Academic Excellence honoree for the California State Federation.

Major: Film/TV.

Camp Counselor
McKenna Lahr

Lahr is in her junior season for the Fordham Volleyball program.

2018: One of three players to appear in all 27 matches, starting 26, as a sophomore… Led the squad with 20 aces, finished second on the team with 279 kills and 2.63 per set, third with 263 digs, and added 53 blocks… Tallied 10 double-doubles… Named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2017: Appeared in 24 of 27 matches and 80 sets as a freshman... Named to Atlantic 10 All-Rookie team... Earned three A-10 Rookie of the Week honors (8/28, 10/2, and 10/23)... Matched five-set match program record with eight aces against Davidson on October 22nd... Totaled 192 kills (2.40 per set) at a .154 clip with 190 digs, 39 aces, 24 blocks, and 22 assists... Her 0.49 aces per set mark ranks eighth-highest in a single season... Named to the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Before Fordham: Played four years at Lakes Community high school in Lake Villa, Ill. under head coach Kathryn Cheek... Was named First Team All-Conference honorable mention as a freshman and to the proper First Team each of the next three years... Served as team captain as a senior... Competed with Sky High 17 Black at the club level, placing first at the Windy City Qualifiers, runners-up at the Puerto Rico Jeep Championship, third in the GLPL, which was the highest finish among U17s and U18s, and 13th at USAV Nationals... Academically, she was a four-year High Honor Roll member and was nominated for National Honor Society as a sophomore and junior... Also a member of the yearbook club and Student Athlete Leadership Team (SALT).

Major: Business Administration.

Camp Counselor
Megan Brzozowski

Brzozowski is in her first season with the Fordham Rams.

Before Fordham: Played four seasons at Gilmour Academy... Began her high school career as a Cleveland.com Area All-Star, Cleveland Plain Dealer Player of the Year honorable mention, and a PrepVolleyball.com Frosh 59 selection following a stellar rookie campaign that saw her help her school to a Division III State championship... Division III All-District as a sophomore... Three-year Lancer Invitational All-Tournament team member... Two-year team captain her final two years... Division II District MVP and First Team as a senior... Holds her school's single-game record for assists, with 67, set as a junior... Played her club ball with Academy Volleyball Club, serving as a team captain for four years... North Coast Power League All-Tournament team selection each year and MVP in 2017... Helped her club to a GJNC 13 National Championship in 2013... Was invited to USA Olympic Prospect Training Camp following her freshman yeare... Three-year member of the National Honors Society.

Major: General Science.

Camp Counselor
Michelle Rodriguez

Rodriguez is in her senior season at Fordham.

2018: Made five appearances as a junior… Recorded her first career ace off the bench in the season opener against Eastern Michigan... Named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2017: Did not appear in a game as a sophomore.

Before Fordham: Played four seasons at the Master's School in West Simsbury, Connecticut... Served as varsity team captain during her final three years... Helped the Lions to the HVAL Championship in all but her junior year, finishing runner-up that season... Named her school's Most Outstanding Female Athlete as a sophomore and Most Outstanding Athlete as a senior... Named HVAL All-League as a senior... Honored as the team's MVP her final three seasons... Selected as a member of the NEPSAC All-Star team all four years... Played with two teams at the club level, first with Husky Volleyball Club at the U15-U17 levels, serving as a team captain, and helping the team to third place in the New England U16 League Gold bracket and first place in the NERVA U17 Championship Silver bracket... With the New England Shock U18s, also served as captain and helped the team team win the New England Winterfest Tournament... Academically was a four-year member of Student Government and on the High Honors Roll, as well as a member of the National Honor Society her final two years.

Major: General Science.

Camp Counselor
Kaitlin Morley

Morley is in her senior season with Fordham Volleyball.

2018: Team captain…Named Team MVP at Annual Block F Dinner… One of three players to appear in all 27 contests, making 25 starts, as a junior… Led the team with 372 kills on 1,026 attempts (3.44 per set)… Finished second on the team with 295 digs… Had 13 double-doubles overall and 21 matches with double-digit kills, including four with 20 or more… Finishes her junior campaign tied for fourth all-time with 2.88 career kills per set...Named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2017: Appeared in 22 matches and 63 sets around an injury as a sophomore... Finishes her sophomore campaign tied for fifth with 0.37 aces per set... Named Atlantic 10 Player of the Week once (10/2)... Totaled 184 kills (2.92 per set) at a .194 clip with 20 aces and 159 digs (2.52 per set)... Named to ECAC Academic Honor Roll... Named to the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2016: Played in the first 28 matches of her career, starting 25, before missing the season finale due to injury as a freshman… Second on the team with 228 kills, third with 219 digs, second with 41 aces, and fourth with 31 blocks… Featured in 101 sets, second-most on the team… Kicked off her collegiate career with 14 kills (.407), eight digs, and three blocks in win over Lehigh (8/26)…

Before Fordham: Played four years of varsity volleyball at Louisville High School in Woodland Hills California...Had her jersey retired and hung in the school pavilion...Team captain for the second straight year as a senior as she helped her team to the 2015 Sunshine League championship... Named the MVP of the Sunshine League D2A, the All-CIF Southern Section Division 2A Player of the Year and team MVP for the second year in a row... Selected as the Foothill Tournament MVP and to the All-Tournament Team at the Royal Simi Tournament... Was team MVP as a junior and the MVP of the Sunshine League as well while earning All-Tournament accolades at the Foot Hill Tournament and Royal Simi Tournament... Played club volleyball for the LAVA 15-1, LAVA 16-1 and LAVA 17 Adidas, leading LAVA 17 Adidas to the Spokane Qualifier Tournament championship... Honor roll student... Recipient of the Religion Department Award and a member of S.T.E.M.

Major: Digital Technology and Emerging Media.

Camp Counselor
Bella Urena

Urena is in her sophomore season with Fordham.

2018: Appeared in 15 matches, making two starts, as a freshman… In limited playing time, her 2.03 kills per set ranked third on the team… Named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Before Fordham: Earned three varsity letters at Notre Dame High School under head coach Ben Diaz... A two-year team captain as an upperclassman on a nationally ranked program, she helped lead the Knights to an undefeated league record as a senior... For her efforts, she earned the Knight Award as well as Sunshine League First Team honors, a jump up from her Second Team accolades the year prior... Played for San Gabriel Elite at the club level, helping her 16 team earn a bid to Nationals, earning bronze with her U17 and U18 squads at three junior national qualifiers, a runner-up finish with her U18 Roshambo team at the Long Beach West Coast Cup, and a title at the AVC 18S National Qualifier Open... Off the court, she is a two-time Cum Laude Honor Roll student, including as a senior, and is a two-time Sunshine League All-Academic selection.

Major: Undecided.

Camp Counselor
Mallory Lipski

Lipski is in her first season with Fordham.

Before Fordham: Played four seasons at Sacred Heart Academy... Helped the Valkyries to a state championship as a sophomore, as well as several other tournaments during her first two years - the Mother McAuley Tournament, the NIKE Tournament, and the Louisville International twice... Two-time All-District as a junior and senior... KHSAA Academic All-State honoree... Named to the Under Armour Watch List as a senior... Played her club ball with KIVA, helping them to four different tournament titles at the U16 and U17 levels, plus a bronze at U17 Nationals.

Major: Plans to major in either Business or Education.

Camp Counselor
Aria De La Rosa

De La Rosa enters her first season with the Rams.

Before Fordham: Played four seasons at Sunset High School... Team captain as a junior and senior... First Team All-Metro both years... Played her club ball with Oregon Junior Volleyball Academy, competing at Nationals for four straight years... Four-time All-Academic award winner.

Major: Plans to major in either Pre Med or Psychology.

Camp Counselor
Joey Landeros

Landeros is in her sophomore season with the Fordham Rams.

2018: Appeared in 26 of 27 matches, making 19 starts, as a freshman… Finished third on the team with 179 kills and fourth with a .189 hit percentage and 53 blocks…

Before Fordham: Earned three letters with Cathedral High School, playing a total of 10 years with the program. With her help, the Fighting Irish were back-to-back state champions during her sophomore and junior campaigns, and a Max Preps and Prep Volleyball national champion in 2015... Named to the junior all-star team as a junior and is a four-time city champion... Named to the AVCA Class of 2018 Watch List last year for her accomplishments on the court... At the club level, has competed with the Munciana Pandas, where she tied for fifth at AAU nationals in 2015, and the Aztecs, where she tied for third at nationals a year later... Off the court, she was a four-year Cathedral Honor/High Honor Roll student and was a National Honor Society nominee as a senior.

Major: Undecided.

Camp Counselor
Claire O'Neil

O'Neil is in her sophomore season at Fordham.

2018: Appeared in 23 matches, making 18 starts, as a freshman… Led the team with a .236 attack percentage with the fourth-most kills, 116, and the third-most total blocks, 65, and solo blocks, four… Named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Before Fordham: Was a four-year letterwinner at Rio Americano High School for head coach John Grix... Two-year captain as an upperclassman, she was an All-League and All-Region All-Star as a senior... Earned a Coach's award as a sophomore and a Leadership award as a senior... At the club level, has competed with Northern California Volleyball Club (NCVC), where she helped qualify for the Girls Junior National Championship each of her four years... Off the court, has earned an Academic Excellence award in AP Language & Composition and plans to attend the Gabelli School to major in business marketing.

Major: Business Marketing.

Camp Counselor
Elise Benjamin

Benjamin is in her senior season with the Fordham Rams.

2018: Appeared in 17 matches, making 14 starts, around injuries, as a junior… One-time Atlantic 10 Defensive Player of the Week… Despite missing 10 matches due to injury, finished with the most solo blocks, eight, and the second-most blocks, 81, and the second-highest blocks per set average in a single season, 1.35… Notched 55 kills with a .222 hit percentage, second-highest on the team…

2017: Limited to 12 matches and 36 sets due to injury as a sophomore... Tallied 58 kills (1.61 per set), a .262 attack percentage, and 24 blocks, two solo...

2016: Appeared in 25 matches, starting 24, as a freshman… Finished the year with 101 kills, fourth-most in the squad and had a team-high 71 total blocks…

Before Fordham: Four year varsity volleyball player at Desoto High School... Earned First and Second Team All-District and All-Academic honors... Played club volleyball for ACE Smack Black and helped them to the NTR Tournament championship.

Major: Communications.

Camp Counselor
Chloe Pejouan

Pejouan is in her freshman season with Fordham.

Before Fordham: Played four seasons at San Dieguito Academy... Named Most Improved Player as a sophomore... Team captain as a senior... All-League First Team as a senior... Two-time San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic selection as a junior and senior... Played at the Open level for Wave Volleyball's top team in San Diego.

Major: Plans to major in Business Administration.

Camp Counselor
Aneliesa Cartledge

Cartledge is in her freshman season with Fordham.

Before Fordham: Played four seasons at Notre Dame Prep... All-Region as a sophomore and senior, the latter while serving as team captain... Finished her high school career with 2,325 assists... Played her club ball with the Arizona Storm, helping them to a trio of titles as a senior - the Red Rock Qualifier, Colorado Crossroads Qualifier 17 open, and 17 Elite Crown.

Major: Plans to major in Business Administration.

Camp Counselor
Alena Cashdan

Cashdan is in her junior season with the Fordham Rams.

2018: Appeared in 23 matches, making one start, as a sophomore… Went off for a season-high 19 digs and six assists, helping the Rams to a four-set win at George Washington (10/6)… Named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2017: Sat out the season due to injury... Named to the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Before Fordham: Started four seasons at Marist School... Earned All-Area honors her first three years and All-State as a sophomore and junior (missed most of senior year due to injury)... Helped the War Eagles reach the Georgia 4A State Championship game her freshman season and avenged that loss with the title her sophomore season, receiving the coaches' award... Served as team captain her senior season... Played at the club level with A5 Volleyball, finishing her U14, U17, and U18 campaigns in the top-10 nationwide and within the top-20 with the U15s and U16s... Member of the honor roll as a junior and senior.

Major: Communications & Culture.

Camp Counselor
Olivia Fairchild

Fairchild is in her senior season at Fordham.

2018: Sat out the season due to injury... Named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2017: Named to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team... Earned two A-10 Player of the Week honors (8/28 and 9/5)... Set a new program record in a four-set match with eight aces against George Washington on October 1... Her 63 aces and 0.64 aces per set mark rank sixth and joint-second, respectively, in a single campaign in school history... Finishes her sophomore season with the highest career kills per set average (3.96) by a wide margin, the highest aces per set rate (0.59), and is already seventh with 120 career aces... One of only two Rams to play in all 27 matches and 98 sets... Totaled 350 kills (3.57 per set) at a .253 clip with 63 aces (0.64 per set), 226 digs, and 47 blocks... Named to ECAC Academic Honor Roll... Named to the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2016: Named Atlantic 10 and ECAC Rookie of the Year… Also named to the A-10 Second Team and All-Rookie Team… Named A-10 Player of the Week once and Rookie of the Week four times… Team MVP… Finished with the second-most kills in the A-10, fourth-most kills ever in a single season in program history, and most ever for a true freshman, with 477… One of two players to feature in all 111 sets and the only player to start all 29 matches… Her 4.30 kills per set average was, by far, the most in a single year, as well, and the only Ram to ever average over four per set… Led the A-10 with 57 aces, the eighth-most in a single season in program history, and sixth in Division I… Also finished second on the team with 229 digs and added 40 blocks, third-most in the squad… Her .227 hit percentage was second on the team and her 1,191 total attacks rank fourth all-time and most by a freshman in program history… Finished first among Division I freshmen in service aces, aces per set, and points per set, second in total points and kills per set, and fourth in total kills... Ranked sixth in service aces, eighth in aces per set, 19th in points per set, 28th in kills per set, 29th in total points, and 42nd in total kills in all of Division I...

Before Fordham: Constructed a celebrated four-year career at Desert Vista High School, the Max Preps #1 Team in the Nation... Named Prep Volleyball High School All American ... Named First Team All-State by the Arizona Republic as a senior while leading Desert Vista to back-to-back state championships... Was team MVP after recording 405 kills – the third most in single-season Desert Vista history – en route to being an Arizona Gatorade Player of the Year finalist... Named 2015 AIA First Team All Arizona All Division…2015 AIA First Team Arizona Division 1…2015 AIA First Team Arizona Section II… Named Desert Vista High School Athlete of the Year… Placed on the Prep Volleyball Preseason High School All-American Watch list... 2014 & 2015 AIA Volleyball Scholar-Athlete Award recipient, as well as the 2015 Tempe All-City Award winner... Named to the Nfinity Southern California Volleyball All-Tournament team, the Nike Tournament of Champions All-Tournament Team and the Westwood All-Tournament Team... Selected Honorable Menion Rockin' Refuel All-Academic Team... Selected as the Arizona Republic Athlete of the Week once and the Athlete of the Month runner-up... Second Team All-State selection by the Arizona Republic as a junior... Played club volleyball for Club One 18 Platinum... Led 18 Platinum to the Bronze Medal at USAV Nationals in Milwaukee (National Division)… Named 2016 AAU Academic All-American, while leading Club One 18 Platinum to 13th place in AAU 18 Open Division... Was Named All-Tournament USAV Nationals (National Division)…Led team to Gold Medal in the AZ Region 18 Open Division…Won the AZ Region National Bid…Chosen for the Club One Wall of Fame at Court One...Helped Club One 18 Platinum as a Junior to qualify Open for USAV Nationals in New Orleans...Won the Gold Medal in the AZ Region 18 Open Division… Selected for the USAV A1 National Training team, after playing for the A1 Youth National Training Team...State Runner-up in the javelin throw… Member of the Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society as well as an honor student... Volunteer volleyball coach at the Club One U Clinic at Club One Volleyball and volunteered at the Senior Center in downtown Phoenix.

Major: Accounting.

Camp Counselor
Sophia Plett

Plett is in her junior season at Fordham.

2018: Appeared in 22 matches, making six starts, as a sophomore… Split setting duties with Makaela Tanaka, finishing second with 408 assists and a 6.92 per-set average, plus 131 digs (2.22), 15 blocks, and nine aces…Named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2017: Appeared in 14 matches and 41 sets as a freshman... Finished her rookie campaign with 202 assists (4.93 per set), 11 kills, 37 digs, and five blocks...Named to the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Before Fordham: Played four years at Sacred Heart Cathedral in San Mateo, California... Served as team captain as a senior, earning Second Team All-League honors and being named to the All-Tournament squad at season's end... At the club level, she plays for Slainte, where she has helped the team to third place finishes at both the Colorado Crossroads and Golden State qualifiers.

Major: Business Administration.