- - Career Stats in PDF Format
- - 2011 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format
- - 2010 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format
- - 2009 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format
- - 2008 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format (FROM CINCINNATI)
- - 2011, 2010, 2009 First Team All-MAC
- - Ranks third in program history with a .340 career hitting percentage
- - Tagged double-digit kills in 49 career matches to rank 12th on BSU's career chart
- - Her 920 career kills rank 20th in program history
- - Her 272 career total blocks are 15th in program annals, while her 227 career block assists are 16th
- - Her .349 hitting percentage in 2010 is the eighth-best single-season average in program history
- - Her 50 service aces in 2011 tie as the 12th-best single-season total in program history, while her 0.41 aces-per-set average in 2011 tied for 19th.
- - Her .688 hitting percentage Oct. 22, 2010 at Miami ties as the 15th-best single-match total in program history for a player recording 15-or-more attempts in a match
- - Her seven service aces versus Western Carolina Sept. 9, 2011, tie as the sixth-best single-match total in program history
2011 (Sr.): Earned third letter at Ball State ... First Team All-MAC ... started all 33 matches, while playing in all 122 sets, to help lead Ball State to an at large bid in the NCAA Tournament ... led the team with a .332 hitting percentage, including hitting .300-or-better in 17 matches ... posted a season-high .667 hitting mark in the win over Murray State (Sept. 3) and tied the effort in a win over Central Michigan (Oct. 7) ... blasted double-digit kills in 18 matches, including a season-high 21 in the four-set MAC Tournament quarterfinal victory over Eastern Michigan ... collected 20 kills in a five-set win versus Evansville (Sept. 2) ... recorded at least five kills in all 33 matches ... served up a career-high seven aces against Western Carolina (Sept. 9), while adding five aces against EMU in the MAC Tournament ... her 50 service aces for the year tie as the 12th-best single-season total in program history ... posted a career-high nine total blocks at IUPUI (Aug. 30), while collecting three-or-more blocks in 18 matches ... Preseason West Division All-MAC Team ... Ball State Active Ankle Challenge MVP ... Marriott Volley Brawl MVP ... Purdue Active Ankle Challenge All-Tournament Team.
2010 (Jr.): Earned second letter at Ball State ... First Team All-Mid-American Conference ... helped lead the Cardinals to a 24-5 (14-2 MAC) record and the program's eighth MAC regular season title and first since the 2002 season ... started all 29 matches and played in all 109 sets ... paced the squad and ranked fourth in the MAC with a .349 hitting percentage which is the eighth-best single-season average in program history ... led the team and ranked eighth in the conference with a 3.19 kills-per-set average ... blasted double-figure kills in 20 matches, including a career-high 25 at Toledo (Oct. 7) ... tagged 20 kills at IPFW (Sept. 14) and 19 at Northern Illinois (Sept. 24) and versus Western Michigan (Oct. 29) ... recorded a career-best .688 (11-0-16) hitting percentage at Miami (Oct. 22) which ties as the 15th-best single-match total in program history for a player recording 15-or-more attempts in a match ... hit .300-or-better in 22 matches, including each of BSU's last 11 contests ... posted a 0.84 blocks-per-set average to lead the team and rank eighth in the league ... recorded at least one block in all 29 matches, with three-or-more 21 times ... credited with a season-high six total blocks at SIUE (Aug. 28), while collecting a season-best five block assists three times; at SIUE, versus Central Michigan (Oct. 1) and at Bowling Green (Oct. 23) ... tied her career-high with two solo blocks in three matches; versus Tennessee State (Sept. 3), versus Appalachian State (Sept. 18) and at Buffalo (Oct. 9) ... led the team and ranked eighth in the MAC with a 0.28 aces-per-set average, collecting 31 aces on the year ... tied a career-high with four aces versus Akron (Nov. 13).
2009 (So.): Earned first letter at Ball State ... First Team All-MAC ... two-time MAC West Division Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 26 & Nov. 16) ... played in 29 matches while logging 24 starts ... saw action in 91 of a possible 111 sets ... ranked first on the team and third in the MAC with a .338 attack percentage, which is the 11th-best single-season total in program history ... hit .300-or-better in 14 matches, including a .650 hitting percentage versus Buffalo (Oct. 10) ... blasted a season-high 20 kills versus Bowling Green (Oct. 23) ... added 16 kills and a .536 attack mark in the regular-season finale versus Akron (Nov. 14) ... ranked second on the team with double-figure kills in 10 matches ... her 0.98 blocks-per-set average led the team and ranked sixth in the league ... recorded a season-high seven block assists at Central Michigan (Oct. 2), while posting a season-best seven total blocks in three contest ... recorded at least one kill in all 29 matches, while adding at least one block in 25 contests ... posted three-or-more blocks 17 times ... tied a career-high with four aces versus Miami (Oct. 24) ... collected a career-best seven digs versus Northern Illinois (Sept. 25).
UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
2008 (Fr.): Earned one letter at Cincinnati ... played in 22 matches and 62 sets ... smashed 130 kills, including a season-high 11 kills twice; at Arizona State (Sept. 12) and versus George Mason (Sept. 19) ... blasted nine kills and hit .438 (9-2-16) in the Sept. 19 matchup versus Ball State, while adding four block assists ... finished the season hitting .250 ... added 10 kills versus Tennessee Tech (Aug. 30) ... scored at least one kill in 19 matches, with five-or-more on 14 occasions ... added 53 total blocks on the year, including a season-high six blocks at Arizona State and versus IUPUI (Sept. 23) ... scored four-or-more blocks in eight matches ... served up 24 aces, including a career-best four versus Montana (Sept. 13) ... named to the 2008 State Farm Bearcats Invitational All-Tournament Team.
Earned four letters in volleyball at Lakeville North High School for coach Milan Mader ... four-year varsity starter for the Panthers ... helped guide team to a school-record 30 wins (30-2) her senior season, including a third-place finish in the 3A state finals ... team also finished third in the state her sophomore season, while placing second her freshman and junior campaigns ... helped guide her team to four Minnesota 1AAA Section first-place finishes ... named the 2007 Tribune Metro Player of the Year ... ranked as the No. 25 senior in the country according to prepvolleyball.com ... ranked by prepvolleyball.com during each year of her high school career ... three-time all-conference and all-state selection ... featured in the November 2007 issue of Rise Magazine ... worked with the U.S. Girls' Youth National Team program from 2004-07 ... member of the U.S. Girls' National Youth Team which captured the 2006 NORCECA Girls' Youth Continental Volleyball Championship in Gainesville, Fla... . member of the 2007 U.S. Youth Team which placed first in the MEVZA Youth Championships in Izola, Slovenia ... also competed for the 2007 U.S. Youth National Team which placed 10th in the 2007 FIVB Girls' Youth World Championship in Mexicali, Mexico ... played club volleyball for Northern Lights and the Minnesota One Volleyball Team Program ... helped guide her M1 17-1's team to a third-place showing at nationals, while her M1 18-1's team placed ninth at nationals.
Graduated with a degree in sociology ... born May 6, 1990 ... daughter of Pat and Vicki Brandl ... has one brother, Aaron ... full name is Kelsey Rae Brandl.