2007 (Summer): Played in 27 games for the United States Junior National Team at the World Championship in Rabat, Morocco ... was a starting middle hitter for the U.S. ... the team finished seventh in the world ... scored 56 points for the championship ... provided 42 kills for an average of 1.55 kills per game on .400 hitting ... added five blocks and six digs.
2007 (Sophomore): First Team All-EIVA ... EIVA Championship All-Tournament Team ... Active Ankle/Long Beach State Guesthouse Classic All-Tournament Team ... played in every game of the season, averaging 2.71 kills per game on .447 hitting, good for 12th on the Penn State single-season hitting percentage list ... had 13 multiple-kill matches, including racking up a career-high 21 at Juniata (3/28) ... had 13 kills on .579 hitting against Ohio State (2/1) and posted 15 kills on .700 hitting versus George Mason (2/10) ... recorded 12 kills on .556 hitting in the NCAA Semifinal match against eventual national champion UC Irvine (5/3) ... set a new Nittany Lion single-season service ace record with 55, besting the previous record of 47 set by Robert Pierce in 1989 ... also tied the school record for aces in a rally-scoring-match with six on two occasions, including versus Mercyhurst (3/9) and against IPFW (3/24) ... had at least one ace in 23 matches, including 14 multiple-ace contests ... led the team with 129 total blocks, good for an average of 1.21 blocks per game ... blocking total of 129 is 13th on the all-time single-season chart and 119 block assists ranks 10th on the all-time list ... had at least one block in every match and had 13 contests with five or more blocks ... posted a career-high nine blocks at UC Irvine (3/14) ... fell just shy of that mark with eight blocks against the Anteaters in the NCAA semifinal contest (5/3), also providing eight stuffs at Long Beach State (3/17) and at Rutgers-Newark (3/23).
2006 (Summer): Member of the United States Junior National Team that placed second at the NORCECA Zone Championship, qualifying for the World Championship in Morocco in the summer of 2007 ... named "Best Blocker" of the championship.
2006 (Freshman): First Team All-East ... EIVA All-Championship team ... played in all 30 matches and 108 games ... averaged 2.17 kills per game on .415 hitting (15th in the nation) with 0.23 service aces per game, 0.44 digs per game and 1.19 blocks per game ... led the team with 129 total blocks, good for 13th on Penn State's single-season record list ... had nine double-digit kill matches, including four of the last six contests ... posted a career-best 18 kills on .536 hitting at Ball State (4/15) ... recorded the highest hitting percentage of the season for a Nittany Lion player, attacking at a .909 clip (10-0-11) versus Juniata (2/3) ... in the two matches of the National Collegiate Championship versus UC Irvine and UCLA, averaged 2.13 kills per game on .444 hitting through the eight games ... led the team in blocking 16 times ... recorded at least one block in every match of the year, tallying five or more blocks 14 times ... posted a career-high nine blocks twice, once against Long Beach State (2/4) and again versus Rutgers-Newark (4/27) in the EIVA Championship semifinal ... ranked second on the team with 25 service aces ... recorded a career-high three aces three times, including versus Princeton (3/3), at Rutgers-Newark (3/31) and at Ohio State (4/4).
Quoting Coach Pavlik