TULSA: A two-year returning letterwinner and starting libero . . . has nine career double-doubles.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Only player to play in all 28 matches, including 98 of TU's 99 games, with seven starts . . . finished second on the squad with 281 assists and 318 digs . . . recorded 40 or more assists in five matches, including 48 assists in TU's win over Louisiana-Lafayette . . . posted a .636 hitting percentage against Arkansas with a career-best eight kills . . . set a new career-high for attacks with 12 at UTEP (11/8) . . . finished with five double-doubles on the season . . . recorded a season-best 26 digs against UTEP (10/2).
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in all 33 matches . . . was one of only three players to play in all 113 games . . . was second on the team with 379 digs . . . recorded double-digit digs in 23 matches, including a season-high 27 against Northwestern State, the most for a single match in the WAC . . . posted her first collegiate double-double with 12 assists and 11 digs against Centenary . . . her 66 assists against Niagara is the second-highest total for a single-match in the WAC on the year . . . needed three kills against Grambling State (10/25) for her first triple-double, finished with seven kills, 29 assists and 13 digs.
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years at Wright Christian Acadamy . . . helped lead her prep team to a runner-up finish at the Oklahoma Christian Schools Athletic Association's state championships as a senior . . . led the Wildcats to three consecutive OCSAA state titles in 2000, 1999 and 1998 . . . as a senior, was named to the all-tournament team in all six tournaments Wright Christian played, including being named MVP of the Markoma Tournament . . . was a four-year all-state selection in volleyball . . . also started on the state champion basketball team for four seasons . . . was a member of the Principal's Honor Roll every semester with a grade point average that ranked third in her graduating class . . . has played club volleyball for Team Tulsa and Hurricane Juniors . . . qualified for the Junior Nationals for the past four years . . . helped lead her 16-under team to the Lone Star National Qualifier title.
PERSONAL: Majoring in arts and sciences . . . born May 6, 1984 . . . daughter of Scott and Pam Bandy
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