Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Algonquin, Ill.
High School: Huntley


As a Senior (2015): Played in all 122 sets (34 matches) with 18 starts ... tallied 11 digs and two aces vs. Iowa (11/26) ... notched 19 digs vs. #17 Purdue (11/11) ... posted 14 digs at Michigan State (10/14) and #23 Michigan (10/15) ... recorded 21 digs at Oklahoma (9/18), reaching 1,000 career digs ... served three aces vs. Texas Tech (9/11) ... notched two service aces vs. Western Carolina (9/6) ... recorded 28 digs at Howard (9/5) ... posted 16 digs against Kent State (8/29) ... notched 14 digs against Hofstra (8/29) ... served two aces each against Morgan State (8/28), Hofstra and Kent State (8/29).

As a Junior (2014): Saw time in all 118 sets (31 matches) at libero … led the Terps with 390 digs (3.31/s) … made two service aces and 16 digs against Northwestern (11/29) … tallied a kill and 17 digs versus Minnesota (11/19) … tied a career high with three aces against Rutgers (10/18) … recorded 23 digs and one kill at Northwestern (9/27) … made 25 digs versus Radford (9/12) … tied a career high in digs with 26 at George Mason (9/6) … made two service aces, seven assists and 12 digs against San Jose State (8/30).

As a Sophomore (2013): Made transition from defensive specialist to setter, emerging as Terps' emotional leader...appeared in 117-of-121 sets...led team with 565 total assists (4.83/s)...tied for second on team with eight double-doubles...third on team with 216 digs (1.85/s) and 16 service aces...posted 16 assists in season debut at George Washington (8/30), before tallying career-high 24 assists and nine digs against Ole Miss (8/31)...notched 23 assists, 10 digs and three service aces against UMKC (9/6)...had 20 assists against No. 24 Ohio...totaled 23 digs against Marshall (9/21) and 21 digs against Georgia Tech (9/27)...posted season-high 14 digs and 16 assists versus Clemson (9/29)...notched 26 assists against Virginia Tech (10/6)...had a double-double (18a, 11d) against Syracuse (10/18)...posted another double-double (16a, 10d) at #14 North Carolina (10/25)...tallied a career-high 31 assists in addition to three kills at Notre Dame (11/1)...notched 27 assists and 12 digs vs. #14 North Carolina (11/24)...finished season with double-double at Virginia (11/30).

As a Freshman (2012): Inserted into the starting lineup against American, Dion became one of the strongest defensive stoppers in the ACC over the final month of the season...Appearing in 23 matches, finished with 176 digs in ACC action and a 3.26 digs per set average, which ranked first on the team...recorded 16 digs in the season finale at Boston College (11/24)...finished with a team-high 16 digs to help the Terps hold Virginia Tech (11/10) to .189 hitting in a four-set win in Blacksburg...had a career-best 26 digs against Duke (11/4) after notching a team-high 15 against Wake Forest (11/2)...tallied 23 digs against Clemson (10/28)...recorded 24 digs against Georgia Tech (10/26)...had 16 digs and five assists in a three-set win at American (10/23)...totaled a career-high five digs against #12 Florida State (10/14)...had four digs at Wake Forest (10/6)...made her collegiate debut against New Hampshire (8/25).

Before Maryland: A two-time AAU All-American with her club Sky High Volleyball...helped Sky High to two AAU national titles in 2010 and 2011...helped Huntley High School reached the Illinois Sweet Sixteen three times...ranked by as one of the top-150 players in the class of 2012...named to the 2011 PrepVolleyball All-America honorable mention team...named to the Fox Valley All-Conference team all four years...named to the The News-Gazette All-State first team her senior year and served as team captain for Huntley...earned Fox Valley All-Area honors three times.

Personal: Daughter of Bob and Sandy Dion...has a younger brother, Cameron, and younger sister, Alyson...mother, Sandy, played volleyball at Illinois-Chicago from 1984-1988...completed high school with a 3.5 GPA...majoring in elementary education...chose Maryland over Colorado State, North Carolina and Wisconsin.


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