- - 2011 Second Team All-MIVA
- - 18th in school history in career games with 357
2014 (R-Sr.): Earned fourth letter at Ball State ... played in 26 matches, earning 15 starts ... played in 79 sets ... turned in a season-high 12 kills at Lindenwood (Feb. 15) and tallied double-digit kills in three matches ... got under a season-best 11 digs against Loyola-Chicago (Feb. 20) ... put up a season-best five blocks in matches at Grand Canyon (Apr. 5) and against Quincy (Apr. 12) ... passed a season-best 32 balls against Loyola-Chicago (Feb. 20), committing only two reception errors ... knocked in a season-high two service aces in matches against McKendree (Jan. 24) and Quincy (Apr. 12) ... dished out a season-high four assists at Saint Francis (Jan. 17).
2013 (Sr.): Sat out the season due to injury.
2012 (Jr.): Earned third letter at Ball State ... played in 25 matches, making 24 starts ... saw action in 90 of a possible 95 sets ... led the Cardinals with double-figure kills in 11 matches ... blasted a season-high 14 kills in the season-opener at Saint Francis (Jan. 13) ... also scored 14 kills in both matches versus IPFW (Feb 18 and April 7) ... logged at least five kills in all but one match he played ... tallied two kill/dig double-doubles on the year, including 10 kills and a career-high 19 digs in BSU's five-set victory over Ohio State (March 18) ... posted 10 kills and 10 digs at Lewis (April 6) ... second on the team with double-digit digs in four matches ... collected at least one dig in 24 matches, with five-or-more 17 times ... earned a career-high five total blocks at George Mason (Jan. 20) and tied the mark at IPFW (April 7) ... scored at least one block in 20 matches, with three-or-more seven times ... tied a career-high with three service aces at Quincy (April 13).
2011 (So.): Earned second letter at Ball State . . . Second Team All-MIVA . . . only returning player to see action in all 30 matches . . . recorded 18 starts, while playing in 95 of a possible 114 sets . . . blasted a season-high 17 kills versus UCLA (Jan. 14), while adding a career-best four assists . . . tallied 16 kills at King College (March 26) and posted 15 markers in three matches . . . tallied double-digit kills in a team-high 12 matches, including eight of BSU's last 10 matches . . . scored at least one kill in 28 matches . . . hit a season-best .407 (15-4-27) versus Lewis (March 25) . . . posted a season-high with 10 digs at Sacred Heart (Jan. 29) and versus Grand Canyon (April 2) . . . earned five-or-more digs in 11 matches . . . recorded a season-high with four block assists at George Mason (Jan. 28) . . . scored at least one block in 24 matches, with three-or-more nine times . . . served up a season-high two aces in five matches.
2010 (Fr.): Earned first letter at Ball State . . . played in all 30 matches, making 15 starts . . . saw action in 93 of a possible 111 games . . . smashed a career-high 19 kills versus No. 9 Penn State (April 1) . . . scored 16 kills and a season-high 10 digs at George Mason (March 19) for his first career double-double . . . also posted a career-best .481 (16-3-27) hitting mark in the contest, to go along with a career-high three solo blocks . . . added a team-high 10 kills at No. 2 Pepperdine (March 11) . . . collected double-figure kills in six matches, while blasting at least one kill in 22 contests . . . tallied a career-best three aces at Rutgers-Newark (Jan. 30) . . . scored a season-best four block assists at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (Jan. 17) . . . recorded at least one block in 15 matches, with three-or-more in eight contests.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned one letter in volleyball at North Chicago before earning three letters at Lake Forrest . . . finished his career as Lake Forrest's all-time leader with 1,127 career kills, surpassing the previous school record of 900 which stood for more than 10 years . . . his 1,395 career kills, including 268 at North Chicago, ranks third in the state record books . . . scored 29 kills in a three-game match versus Mundelein which ties as the fourth-best total in state history . . . team Most Valuable Player all four years . . . as a freshman at North Chicago, he blasted 268 kills and collected 221 digs while earning the team's hustle award . . . scored 285 kills and 201 digs as a sophomore at Lake Forest, while earning second team all-state, first team Pioneer Press, Sun Times Rookie of the Year and Pioneer Press Rookie of the Year honors . . . smashed 368 kills and 50 aces, while logging 263 digs as a junior . . . named the Pioneer Press Player of the Year . . . as a senior, he scored 474 kills, 68 aces and 280 digs . . . named one of the Sun Times top 50 players in the state . . . Sun Times and Pioneer Press Player of the Year . . . member of the national high performance A1 program as a freshman and the A2 program as a senior . . . selected to the youth national training team as a junior . . . also played club volleyball for the Adversity Volleyball Club.
PERSONAL: Son of Ed and Lisa Wrather . . . has two sisters and one brother . . . majoring in sports management . . . born April 2, 1991 in Fort Knox, Ky.