2007: Did not play... Received a redshirt for the season.
2006: Followed up an extraordinary freshman year with an outstanding sophomore campaign… Broke into the top-10 all-time chart for attacks, adding 1,034 attacks to bring her career total up to 2,203, which ranks 10th all-time… Added another mark on the single-season assisted block chart, tallying a team-leading 66 AB, which ranks ninth… Broke into the career AB chart, ranking 10th with 107 AB… Played in all 113 games of 31 matches, starting 28 matches… Ranked second on the team with 330 kills, 2.92 kills per game, 1,034 attacks, 30 service aces, 0.27 service aces per game, 397 digs, 3.51 digs per game, 69 total blocks, 396 points, and 3.50 points per game… Also ranked in the America East Top-10 in dpg (7th) and ppg (10th)… Recorded 17 double-doubles and two 20-plus dig performances, including a 23-dig, 14 kill performance in the season-ending America East Championship title match against
2005: The unanimous selection as America East Conference Volleyball Rookie of the Year… Also named Honorable Mention All-Conference and All-Rookie team… A seven-time America East Rookie of the Week selection, the most by a volleyball rookie in conference history… Ranked third in points per game (ppg) and kills per game (kpg) in the conference standings, averaging 4.45 ppg and 3.81 kpg on the year… Tallied double-digit kills in every match except one, scoring nine kills in that match… Recorded a team-high 12 double-doubles on the year, including one in each of the first six games… Dug a season-high 17 balls on three occasions… Averaged 2.69 digs per game on the year, ranking third on the team in that category… Recorded double-digit kills in the first 20 matches of the season… Put away a season-high 24 kills against Cal Poly and hit the 20-plus mark with 23 against LaSalle… Scored more than 20 points on six occasions… Led the team in conference play with 3.62 kpg and 4.21 ppg… Recorded 373 kills on the year… Played and started in 25 matches, missing four due to illness.
High School: Began playing volleyball at the start of ninth grade and developed into one of the top players in her area, earning the “Mike Burchuck award”, which is given to the top graduating female volleyball athlete in the
Personal: One of four children to Diane Bailey and Scott Ball… Older sister Kate Ball and two other siblings Kaija and Sean Bailey… Sean won the National Bantam Championships in