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Most Notable

  • Volleyball icon Member of U.S. Women's National Team since 2018
  • Volleyball icon Has played professionally in Italy, Poland and Turkey
  • Volleyball icon Three-time AVCA First Team All-American at Texas
  • Volleyball icon Left Texas with most blocks, block assists in school history
  • Volleyball icon Also represented U.S. on Women's Collegiate National Team


  • flag icon 2024 Volleyball Nations League Week One, Two
  • flag icon 2023 FIVB Road to Paris Olympic Qualifier
  • Medal 2023 NORCECA Continental Championship – Silver
  • flag icon 2023 Volleyball Nations League Final - 4th
  • flag icon 2022 World Championship - 4th
  • flag icon 2022 USAV Cup Friendlies vs. Türkiye
  • flag icon 2022 FIVB Volleyball Nations League Final Round - 5th (lost to Serbia in quarterfinals)
  • flag icon 2022 FIVB Volleyball Nations League - Week Two
  • 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games - Gold
  • Medal 2021 FIVB Volleyball Nations League Final Round - Gold
  • Medal 2019 NORCECA Women's Continental Championship - Silver
  • Medal 2019 FIVB World Cup - Silver
  • Medal 2019 FIVB Volleyball Nations League Final Round - Gold
  • Medal 2018 Pan American Cup - Gold; made U.S. Women's National Team debut

Personal Highlights

  • Volleyball icon Born in 1995
  • Volleyball icon Parents are Victoria and Henry
  • Volleyball icon Has two younger brothers, Obi and Nnamd
  • Volleyball icon Majored in health promotion with a minor in human development and family sciences
  • Volleyball icon Led Coppell HS to Texas 5A state titles in 2011 and 2012
  • Volleyball icon Earned 2012 Gatorade Texas High School Player of the Year honors
  • Volleyball icon Played club ball for Texas Advantage


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  • On the importance of Black volleyball players“The impact of representation is life-changing. Right now, I’m pursuing volleyball for as long as I can to put myself out there so that young Black volleyball players can see themselves represented more in this sport.”