JUNIOR SEASON (2013)
Appeared in 31 of 32 matches as a junior while making 27 starts ... marked the most starts in a single-season of her career ... recorded her best offensive season to date ... totaled 198 kills, averaging 1.92 per set while hitting at a .209 clip ... finished fourth on the team in kills and fifth for kills per set ... her 198 kills were over 100 more than each of her first two seasons ... posted 10 or more kills in six different matches ... was the first time in her career to ever record a 10-kill match ... recorded 10 or more kills in three of the first four matches of the season ... connected on 10 kills against UC Riverside on Aug. 30 for her first career match in double digits ... followed up with 13 kills against Grand Canyon and 12 versus Weber State the next day ... hit .471 against Riverside and then .370 against Grand Canyon ... strong start earned her all-tournament honors for the Wildcat Invitational ... recorded the best performance of her career on Sept. 16 at Incarnate Word ... set a career high with 18 kills after hitting .667 on 24 attempts ... recorded to 10-kill matches during Big 12 play ... connected on 10 kills on Oct. 12 at TCU and then 12 kills on Oct. 30 at Iowa State ... hit .500 against the Horned Frogs off 18 attempts ... added nine kills on Oct.. 26 against Baylor and eight on Nov. 2 at West Virginia ... ended the year with 484 attempts, twice as many as each of her previous two seasons ... had a successful year blocking as well, totaling 68 on the year at a 0.66 per set rate ... had 13 different matches with three or more blocks ... recorded nine solo blocks and 59 block assists ... marked her best blocking years since her 2011 freshman campaign ... best performance of the year came at West Virginia with seven blocks ... recorded a career high for digs with six against Grand Canyon early in the year ... wrapped season with 40 digs overall ... named to the Academic All-Big 12 second team ... marked first academic honor of her career.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2012)
Continued to be a regular in the middle for the Red Raiders as a sophomore ... appeared in 26 matches while making 14 starts ... saw action in 66 total sets ... surpassed her freshman season by totaling 74 kills at a 1.12 per set rate ... also had more attempts with 221 swings on the year ... was most effective on the net with 57 total blocks ... her 10 solo blocks were tied for the second most on the team ... matched her career high early in the year with eight blocks in Tech's come-from-behind victory over Boston College ... also had six kills against the Eagles as well ... recorded three or more blocks 11 times overall ... also had seven blocks on Oct. 13 at West Virginia ... matched her career high in kills against the Mountaineers as well with eight ... finished with a .263 hitting percentage against WVU after taking 19 attempts with just three errors ... match was in the middle of a solid stretch where she totaled 25 kills over a four match stretch beginning Oct. 6 at Iowa State ... posted five kills and four blocks Oct. 10 at Baylo and seven kills and four blocks Oct. 17 against Oklahoma ... recorded a season high with a .625 hitting percentage earlier in the year against San Jose State ... went 5-for-8 with no errors against the Spartans ... helped Tech upset No. 20 Kansas State with four kills and four blocks ... also recorded 15 digs defensively as well, one more than her freshman season total.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2011)
Became Tech's most-consistent presence in the middle ... appeared in all but one match, making 25 starts ... lone match to not see any action was Tech's second match of the year against Grambling State ... played in 89 sets, the most among the school's middle blockers ... had 59 kills to go along with 91 blocks, which were second-most on the squad behind only Miara Cave ... became just the first Tech freshman to record at least 90 blocks in a season during the Big 12 era ... also had 14 total digs ... played in every Big 12 while starting in 12 of those ... began the year with a season-high eight kills against Grambling State in the TCU Invitational ... was more lethal for Tech on the block ... was among the top 50 blockers nationally early in the year ... had a season-high eight blocks against both Morehead State and Louisiana Tech ... had at least four blocks nine times throughout the year ... posted the second-highest blocks per set average at 1.02 behind only Dravon Rangel ... finished with a .116 hitting percentage after taking 173 attempts.
CAREER HIGHS Kills: 18, at Incarnate Word (Sept. 16, 2013) Total Attempts: 28, at Iowa State (Oct. 30, 2013) Hitting Percentage: .714, at San Jose State, 11/15/11 Assists: 1, vs. Morehead State, 9/3/11 Service Aces: None Digs: 6, vs. Grand Canyon (Aug. 31, 2013) Solo Blocks: 2, four times times, last at Weber State (Aug. 31, 2013) Block Assists: 8, twice, last at Louisiana Tech, 9/10/11 Total Blocks: 8, three times, last at Boston College (Aug. 25, 2012)
Starred at Etiwanda High School ... was a second team All-Baseline League selection following her senior season ... picked as the team's most improved player after senior, junior, and freshman seasons ... program's top offensive player as a sophomore ... also a member of the school's basketball program.
Born June 16, 1993, to parents Michael Mills and LaKeisha Mosley ... has two older siblings, Brandon and Sadiki ... mother is a social worker and graduated from Chapman University ... father works for the local traffic control ... hopes to become a physician assistant.