Seniors lead the way for the Catamounts
WCU opens up Southern Conference play this Sunday against The Citadel in Cullowhee
Junior Katie O'Connor leads the way with eight kills
WCU travels to Winthrop Tuesday night
Sophomore Moea Osbey leads the way with 10 kills in just two sets of action
2016 (Sophomore): Appeared in 21 matches for the Catamounts while making four starts ... Made first career start against Appalachian State (09/06) while dishing out a career-high 20 assists and digging up 11 balls for her first career double-double ... In the very next match against Coppin State (09/09) did not start but posted the second double-double of her career with 18 assists and 11 digs ... Had six-straight double-digit assists performances from Sept. 6 through Sept. 20 ... Earned a spot on the Southern Conference Fall Academic All-Conference list ... Named to the 2016-17 Southern Conference Honor Roll.
2015 (Freshman): Appeared in 13 matches for the Catamounts ... Made first career appearance against Hampton (09/12) ... Finished with a service ace and a dig in the match ... Put down four service aces throughout the year including a career-best two versus Furman (09/30) ... Also had one and only career assist against Furman (09/30) ... Finished with eight digs including a season-high three at Tennessee Tech (09/18) ... Mostly came in as a serving specialist throughout the season.
Prior to Western Carolina: Was a three-year member of the William Amos Hough High School varsity team ... During her three-year varsity career, her team compiled an impressive 91-8 record while winning three conference championships ... Team advance all the way to the NCHSAA 4A State Championship match as a junior ... Named all-conference her senior season while earning the player award and coaches choice award ... With her club team, she helped win the Kentucky Bluegrass Tournament.