Kayleigh Harper leads the way with 16 kills and 10 blocks on a .552 hitting percentage.
2015 (Redshirt Freshman):
Started all 33 matches and played in 118 of 118 sets during her rookie season with the Vikings.
Set WWU single-season record with 143 block assists (ranked 2nd in GNAC).
5th-most in WWU history with 1.45 blocks per game and 171 total blocks in a single season (set freshman record for total blocks in a season).
171 total blocks are tied for 18th-most in NCAA DII since 2008.
Hitting percentage of .339 (1st on team and 3rd in GNAC).
256 kills (ranked 4th on team and 25th in GNAC) and 355 total points (3rd on team and 19th in GNAC).
Named finalist for the 2015 Everett Herald Woman of the Year in Sports.
Named HERO Sports Newcomer of the Year at the Division II level.
D2CAA All-West Region 2nd team selection (only freshman named to team).
Voted to NCAA II National Championship All-Tournament Team.
Voted to NCAA II West Regional All-Tournament team.
Voted to GNAC All-Conference 1st team.
GNAC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 21-27 & Oct. 12-18).
Recorded .882 hitting percentage (15-0-17) vs. MSU Billings (10/31) to set a WWU single-match record and the 9th-best in NCAA DII history (min. 15 kills)...9th-best in NCAA II history (min. 15 attacks).
HIGH SCHOOL: Set career records for kills with 721 and blocks with 174.5 at Oak Harbor High School ... First-team Western Conference all-star as senior ... Helped Wildcats win six of their last nine matches, place second at district tournament and sixth at Class 3A state tournament ... Sportsmanship Award winner ... Team MVP and captain's award winner ... Finished season with 343 kills, 110 digs, 90 blocks and 43 service aces ... In win over Shadle Park at state, had 15 kills, 10 digs and four blocks ... First-team WesCo North Division all-league as junior on team that got to districts ... Second-team all-league as sophomore ... Helped team to state as freshman ... Most Improved award winner ... Four-year letter winner ... Also earned two letters in track as high jumper.
PERSONAL: Plans to major in kinesiology ... High school coach was former WWU volleyball player Kerri (Short) Molito.