Outside Hitter/OPP
Height: 6'4"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Clarksville, Md.
High School: River Hill
Club: Maryland Juniors Volleyball Club


As a Senior (2011): Totaled 960 kills in her four years at Maryland and finished second on the team in 2011 with 272...had 15 kills against at Virginia (11/12)...led the Terps with 10 kills at Virginia Tech (11/11) 14 kills against Georgia Tech (11/6)...finished with a season-high 16 kills against Clemson (11/4)...recorded 13 kills against #19 Florida State (10/21)...finished with a team-high 14 kills against Duke (10/15)...registered nine kills against Virginia Tech (10/2) 10 kills against Albany (9/17)...established a career high hitting percentage (.647) and recorded 11 kills against Akron (9/16)...named to the Spring Hill Suites at Arundel Mills Terrapin Invitational All-Tournament Team...recorded 10 kills and nine blocks against Sacred Heart (9/10)...tallied 15 kills against Yale (9/9)...had 11 kills against VCU (9/2)...recorded 10 kills against No. 24 Tennessee (8/27)..led Maryland with 10 kills against Villanova (8/26).

As a Junior (2010): Led the Terps with 11 kills against Virginia Tech (11/6) with a match-high .409 attack percentage...recorded a season-high 18 kills to go along with a team-leading .405 attack percentage in the Terps' comeback win at Wake Forest (9/30)...led all Terps with 7 blocks against NC State (9/25)...recorded 14 kills against Boston College (9/21)in ACC opener...third on team in aces with 28 total...recorded eight kills and a season-high four service aces vs. Penn (9/10)...had career-high .500 attack percentage against Bradley (9/4), making seven kills and zero errors...recipient of the Etta Gray Griffin Scholarship.

As a Sophomore (2009): Began season with a bang, posting career highs in kills (24) and hitting percentage (.449) to lead Terps to a victory against Stony Brook (8/28) 18 kills in a win against Youngstown State (8/29) nine kills on career-best .471 hitting in win against Hampton (9/11)...match-high 16 kills in win against UMBC (9/19) 15 kills at North Carolina (10/1)...dominant performance at NC State, leading all players with 22 kills on .390 hitting, including six kills in the fifth set (10/2)...match-high 15 kills at Clemson (10/10)...11 kills on .321 hitting against Miami (10/18)...10 kills against Virginia (10/23)...led team with 14 kills, including the first four of the fifth set in win against Virginia Tech (10/25)...tied for team lead with 12 kills in victory against North Carolina (11/13).

As a Freshman (2008): Played in 28 matches, recording 162 kills...averaged 1.95 kills per set, the second-highest average on the team...made collegiate debut in season opener against Central Michigan, recording two kills and a dig (8/29)...recorded three blocks in first start at VCU (8/30)...four kills against North Dakota State (9/12)...had breakout game at NC State, recording then-season highs in kills (12), blocks (5) and hitting percentage (.207)...hit .357 and recorded three blocks against Virginia Tech (10/3)...recorded season-high 18 kills at Miami, hitting .293 (10/12)...eight kills against Miami (11/7)...11 kills at Virginia (11/14)...11 kills at Clemson (11/21) 15 kills and two aces in season finale at Boston College (11/26).

Before Maryland: Played four years for River Hill High School...led team to state finals in 2007, recording 413 kills, 179 digs and 49 service aces for the season...Washington Post and Baltimore Sun First Team All-Met in 2007...also garnered Howard County Times Player of the Year honors in 2007...First Team All-Howard County in 2005, 2006 and 2007...Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Award winner...played club volleyball for Maryland Juniors coached by Xiangrong Liu...member of National Honor Society in junior and senior years of high school...competed in Junior Olympics in 2006-07.

Personal: Madison Taylor Lee...daughter of John Lee and Patricia Childs...sports hero is American beach volleyball star Kerri Walsh...biggest sports thrill is playing the top-rated high school team in China...chose Maryland for the location, beautiful campus and players...recipient of the Dean & Etta Ray Griffin scholarship.



Kills24, vs. Stony Brook (8/28/09)
Attack%.647 vs. Akron (9/16/11)
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