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2013 (As A Senior)
A Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team selection ... the key player off the bench for the Huskies, including some dramatic finishes, as she appeared in all 33 matches and 97 sets, averaging 0.63 kills per set and hitting .207 ... in final match in Final Four against Penn State, killed both of her swings and had a solo block ... finished off huge comeback win over No. 7 USC (12/14) with 2 of her 3 kills on the last two points of 17-15 fifth set ... had most kills since Oct. 4 with 4 on 8 swings in NCAA opening win over Alabama State (12/6) ... closed out UW’s Pac-12 clinching sweep of WSU (11/29) with a kill on match point on her first swing ... subbed in and had 2 kill and 2 blocks in 3-1 win over Oregon State (11/27) ... made a trio of huge plays late to help push UW past No. 23 Cal in five sets (11/22), posting a block down match point, then getting her only kill to put UW up 15-14 in set five, then served the point that clinched it for the Huskies ... played all four sets and had a kill on four swings in 3-1 win at ASU (11/9) ... subbed in and had a key kill during a 10-point UW run to help clinch the 3-1 win at No. 4 USC (10/27) ... chipped in with 2 kills and a block assist in the 3-2 win over No. 7 Stanford (10/20) ... subbed in for 2 kills on 3 attempts without an error in the 3-1 win over Arizona (10/11) ... totaled 6 kills in 3-1 loss at Colorado (10/4) ... helped get the win over the No. 21 Ducks in her hometown of Eugene on 9/27 with 2 kills, 3 blocks and 3 digs ... had 6 kills without an error on 10 swings (.600 Att%) at Loyola Chicago (9/15) plus a career-best 2 assists and 4 blocks ... posted 5 kills and hit .375 in sweep of Seattle U (9/3) ... had 16 kills on a .308 attack percentage in the three matches at the Northwest Challenge to open the season ... posted 8 kills and 7 digs in the 3-2 win over Gonzaga (8/31) ... started the year with 6 kills and no errors on 12 attempts for a .500 att% vs. Boise State (8/30).
2012 (As A Junior)
Played in 31 of a possible 32 matches during her junior season ... fifth on the team with 141 kills, a career-high, on a career-high 449 attacks ... raised her blocking numbers to a career-best 0.45 per set ... her 0.23 aces per set average ranked third on the team ... had 10 or more kills in five matches ... led UW in kills in three matches and led in aces in four matches ... in the NCAA opener against Central Arkansas (11/30), had 5 kills, hitting .333, 4 digs and 3 blocks ... served 3 aces and had 7 kills and 7 digs in 3-0 win at Washington State (11/23) ... had a big career-high for attacks vs. Arizona State (11/21), taking 47 shots and notching 12 kills plus 2 aces, 8 digs and 4 blocks ... got the start against Oregon State (11/17), and doubled her previous career-high for aces with 6 to go with 5 kills, 5 digs, and 2 blocks in the sweep ... subbed in for an injured Krista Vansant against No. 4 Oregon (11/16) and sparked UW to an incredible 3-2 win in which the Huskies saved 14 match points, winding up with 9 kills (.308 Att%) ... had 8 swings at No. 1 Stanford (11/8) but did not get a kill ... sparked the Huskies late in the fifth set at California (11/7) with 2 kills on 3 swings and a block in the 17-15 win ... 2 kills and a key late block in comeback win over Utah (11/4) ... notched 3 kills in sweep of Colorado (11/2) ... at No. 7 USC (10/26) had 2 kills on 4 swings without an error ... checked in late in matches vs. No. 2 Stanford (10/19) and Cal (10/19), getting 1 kill vs. Cardinal ... career-best 5 blocks plus 6 kills for 8.5 points at No. 5 Oregon on 10/13 ... subbed in and served key four-point run as UW saved set points and won the second set, 26-24, vs USC (9/28) ... five kills vs. No. 4 UCLA (9/26) and an ace that won the second set for UW ... recorded first career double-double vs. Washington State (9/18) with 10 kills and a career-high 12 digs ... led the Huskies in kills and points at Portland (9/11), putting down 11 kills on a .364 Att% and had 14.0 total points ... put up 10.0 points in win over Long Beach State on 9/6, with 8 kills and 4 block assists ... hit .333 with 4 kills vs Seattle (9/6) ... played all 9 sets in the Tiger Classic as UW got the tourney win, hitting .217 with 2.44 kills per set, and posting a career-high 4 blocks against No. 7 Purdue (8/31), as well as a big final match at Rice (9/1) as she had 11 kills and no errors on 20 swings (.550) ... played in 7 of 9 sets during the season-opening Northwest Challenge, averaging 2.57 kills, 0.57 aces, 1.00 digs, and 3.29 points per set while hitting .265 in the three wins ... best match of Northwest Challenge was against Portland State (8/25), as she had 11 kills and 7 digs plus 2 aces and a block assist for 13.5 points ... a Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention once again.
2011 (As A Sophomore)
Saw her role increase throughout the season, starting the final 12 matches of the year after starting just one of the previous 20 matches ... set career-bests in every offensive category, with 106 kills and a 1.86 kills per set average, upping that to 1.93 kills per set in Pac-12 play as she had success at the right-side hitter spot ... had five or more kills in 10 of the last 12 matches of the season ... ranked fourth in the Pac-12 with a 0.26 aces per set average, and raised that to 0.31 in Pac-12 play, with 13 of her 15 aces coming in conference matches ... had three matches with double-figure kills, the first coming on Oct. 30 vs. Arizona (team-high 11 kills, hitting .476), then posting a career-high 16 kills on Nov. 11 in the five set win over Stanford ... also had 10 kills and a .318 attack percentage in the NCAA first round win over Western Michigan ... four matches with five or more kills and a .300+ attack percentage ... led or shared the team lead in aces in four matches ... career-high three aces on Nov. 4 at UCLA ... set a career-high with nine digs on Nov. 11 vs. Stanford ... named a Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.
2010 (As A Freshman)
Appeared in 14 matches and played in 28 sets during her first season ... got her first kill in her first match against Eastern Washington on Aug. 28 ... had season-best 10 kills in just her second match on Sept. 4 against Gonzaga, hitting a season-best .450 ... tallied seven kills in win over Georgia on Sept. 10 ... six kills against Robert Morris on Sept. 18 ... used mostly in a reserve role during the conference season, coming off the bench to get two kills vs. USC (Oct. 1) and at Cal (Oct. 16) ... checked in to UW's NCAA Sweet 16 match vs. Nebraska and Elite Eight match vs. California ... had four aces for the season, three in one match, coming at Pittsburgh on Sept. 19.
In High School
Named to the All-State First Team as a junior and senior and was First Team All-Southwestern Conference her sophomore through senior seasons ... was the Eugene Register-Guard Female Athlete of the Fall as a junior and a senior ... led Sheldon to the Oregon 6A State Tournament all four years, with the team finishing sixth her sophomore year, fifth her junior year, and fourth her senior year ... played club ball for the Webfoot Juniors for seven years for coaches Cathy Nelson and Didier Hemelsoet ... led Webfoot to Junior Nationals in 2010, its first appearance at the tourney ... named MVP of the Emerald City Classic in Seattle in 2006 and 2008, leading her team to first place in 2008 ... also lettered three years in track and field and one in basketball ... made the Oregon State Championships in track in the high jump as well as the shot put and discus ... earned U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award.
Born in Eugene, Oregon ... mother is Danielle DeGrange and father is Scott Parker ... has one younger brother, James ... mother Danielle played volleyball at George Fox University for one year and competed in track and field at the University of Oregon for three years ... father Scott played football at the Oregon Institute of Technology ... lists scrapbooking as a hobby.