|HOMETOWN||Fort Myers, Fla.|
|PREVIOUS SCHOOL||Fort Myers HS/Marshall|
As A Senior (2013) | Match-By-Match Stats
As A Junior (Indoor - 2012) | Match-By-Match Stats | A-Sun All-Conference Team
Unanimous selection to the Atlantic Sun Conference First Team … named to a pair of All-Tournament teams (UF Tournament and Wyoming Cowgirl Classic) … hit .250 and racked up 269 kills and 79 total blocks … hit .305 in conference matches to rank seventh in the A-Sun … set a career high of six blocks against Northern Kentucky (Nov. 10) … played 116 sets, averaging 2.32 kills and 2.70 points per set.
As A Sophomore (Sand - 2012)
A member of the inaugural FGCU sand volleyball squad ... earned A-Sun All-Academic honors ... went 0-3 and 0-1 as part of the No. 2 and No. 3 pairings, respectively … finished 3-4 overall as a part of the No. 1 pairing, including 2-2 at the A-Sun Tournament … lost in the Flight #1 championship match at the A-Sun Sand Volleyball Tournament (Apr. 22).
As A Sophomore (Indoor - 2011) | Match-By-Match Stats
Earned A-Sun All-Academic honors ... appeared in 30 matches, making 24 starts … recorded 278 kills on the season to rank second on the team and 20th in the conference … finished the season with 29 service aces, which ranked her second on the squad and 15th in the A-Sun … registered seven or more kills on 19 occasions ... tallied double digit kills on 15 occasions … recorded at least one block in 25 matches ... registered a double-double in her first match as an Eagle with 13 kills and 13 digs vs. Elon (Aug. 26) … finished with 10 kills at NC Central … recorded four kills and three digs vs. No. 3 USC (Sept. 2) … tallied five kills vs. Furman (Sept. 3) … registered a career-high 19 kills to go with two blocks at Miami (Sept. 9) … finished with 13 kills vs. Alabama A&M (Sept. 10) … recorded 14 kills and five service aces vs. Radford (Sept. 10) … notched 16 kills and three digs vs. Rutgers (Sept. 16) … picked up 13 kills vs. Long Island (Sept. 17) … tied her career-high with 19 kills vs. Jacksonville (Sept. 23) … totaled eight kills and three blocks vs. North Florida (Sept. 24) … recorded seven kills and six digs vs. Stetson (Oct. 1) … picked up 12 kills at Mercer (Oct. 7) … finished with 10 kills, six digs and three blocks vs. ETSU (Oct. 15) … recorded 17 kills and four blocks at Stetson (Oct. 29) … finished with 10 kills vs. Mercer (Nov. 4) … tallied 13 kills vs. Big East foe Villanova (Nov. 5) … registered 13 kills at Jacksonville (Nov. 12) … picked up 12 kills, three digs and four blocks vs. UNF in the conference quarterfinals (Nov. 17).
As A Freshman (2010 - Marshall)
A piece of Marshall’s No. 29 recruiting class as ranked by PrepVolleyball.com on June 2, 2010 … played in 13 matches for the Thundering Herd ... tallied 82 points, 73 kills (2.21 per set), 17 digs and 13 blocks on the season ... had seven kills, three digs and one block in her first collegiate match vs. Tulsa (Oct. 15) ... finished with 12 kills and a pair of digs against SMU (Oct. 17) ... picked up a career-high seven digs to go with four kills vs. Houston (Oct. 29) ... registered a career-high 19 kills and two blocks at SMU (Nov. 5) ... finished with 13 kills and a career-high three blocks vs. Southern Miss (Nov. 21).
Attended Evangelical Christian HS before finishing her junior and senior years at Fort Myers HS ... led team to a pair of state championships and two runner-up finishes ... earned first team All-State recognition in 2009 ... finished senior season with 297 kills, 68 total blocks and 41 service aces ... twice garnered second team All-State honors ... three-time first team All-Area selection ... garnered Tampa All-Tournament Team honors as a senior ... club team member of the USA South Club (three years) and Florida High Performance (three years) ... named to the top 50 starting freshmen in the country ... 2006 AAU All-American ... led the Florida High Performance squad to a third place finish in the International Division at the High Performance Tournament.
Born April 17, 1992 ... daughter of Kurt Holm and Trish Doyle ... has two brothers, Dylan and Logan ... communications major.