|High School:||Agincourt C.I.|
|Club:||Toronto Diamonds, OVA|
2018-19: The senior capped off her historic five-year career at Ryerson with yet another jaw-dropping season… Named the OUA’s Female Athlete of the Year and was a finalist for the U SPORTS Lieutenant Governor Athlete of the Year award for the second consecutive season… Played 64 sets in 17 matches in the regular season… Led the province in hitting percentage (.410) for the fifth consecutive season… Her elite 1.56 blocks per set statistic was the best in all of U SPORTS… Contributed 4.3 points per set, ranking her fourth in the OUA and first on the Rams… Was second on the Rams in kills (187) and kills per set (2.92) in the regular season and led the team in points (272.5)… Added 38 digs, 21 aces, and four assists… Contributed a regular-season high of 16 kills, nine total blocks (six solo, three assists), and 23.5 points in a 3-2 win over Toronto on January 20, 2019… Made three starts in the playoffs, totaling a team-best 29 kills and 16 blocks… Her .417 hitting percentage led the OUA, as did her 1.6 blocks per set… Contributed 4.5 points per set, leading the Rams and ranking third in the league… Tallied a team-best 34 kills at the 2019 U SPORTS Women’s Volleyball National Championship… Added 12 total blocks, two aces, and seven digs at the tournament… Was named Player of the Game in the national final after totaling 12 kills, six total blocks, two service aces, and 18.5 points in a 3-2 loss to UBC on March 17, 2019… Also named Player of the Game in Ryerson’s 3-0 sweep over Calgary in the national quarter-final on March 15, 2019… Named to the tournament all-star team for a second consecutive season… Became the first player in program history to be named a U SPORTS First-Team All-Canadian, as well as the first to earn the title of OUA East Player of the Year… Also an OUA First-Team All-Star for the fourth consecutive season… A finalist for the U SPORTS women’s volleyball Player of the Year award… Ryerson’s H. H. Kerr Female Athlete of the Year for the second consecutive season…. The 2018-19 women’s volleyball team MVP…Recipient of the prestigious Dennis Mock Student Leadership Award, given to graduating Ryerson students who have made outstanding voluntary extracurricular contributions over their time at the university… One of Ryerson’s Stars of the Week on October 9, 2018, and February 25, 2019… Ryerson’s Athlete of the Week on November 27, 2018, and January 21, 2019… Graduates as one of the most successful Rams athletes of all-time, holding the program records in points (1236.5), points per set (3.99), service aces (112), blocks (392), and hitting percentage (.419)... Also holds the single-season records in blocks (100) and hitting percentage (.482) and the single-game records in blocks (11) and hitting percentage (.818)... An OUA silver and gold medalist, and a U SPORTS silver and gold medalist.
2017-18: The senior middle blocker put together one of the most impressive seasons in program history… Ryerson’s H. H. Kerr Female Athlete of the Year and an OUA First-Team All-Star for the third straight season… Played in all of Ryerson’s 68 sets across 19 games, one of only two Rams to do so … Lead the country with a .482 hitting percentage for the third year in a row… Also ranked third in the country with 1.29 blocks per set and 4.2 points per set in the regular season… Her single-game hitting percentage was over .500 on 12 different occasions, with a
2015-16: Her second season with the Rams... An OUA
2014-15: Won the OUA East Rookie of the Year award and was named to the OUA All-Rookie Team...Played in 42 of 65 sets in her first season, missing some time due to injury...Finished fourth on the Rams with 139 points...Led the OUA in hitting percentage...Established a
Before Ryerson: Played for the Toronto Diamonds Volleyball Club from 2009-2013… The middle blocker won a bronze medal at the 17U national championships and was named an all-star in 2012… Named the Diamonds' most valuable player in 2013... Bronze medalist at the 18U provincial championship that year and finalist at the 18U national championship... Named an all-star at both competitions.
OUA Regular Season Stats:
*as of March 14, 2019
- Kills: 18 kills vs. RMC, February 23, 2018
- Points: 24 points, twice - at York, January 16, 2016 & vs. Guelph, February 17, 2017
- Blocks: 11 blocks vs. Toronto, November 25, 2016 (3 solo, 8 assisted)
OUA Playoff Stats: