Career Notes Entering 2016 Season:
• Played in 30 of a possible 30 matches over her career
• Saw action in 108 of a possible 119 sets over her career
• 2014 Second Team All-Mid-American Conference
• 2014 MAC All-Freshman Team
• 2014 MAC Distinguished Women’s Volleyball Scholar-Athlete
• 2014 Academic All-MAC
• Scored a career-high 18 kills and hit a career-best .536 (18-3-28) vs. Western Michigan (Nov. 1, 2014)
• Blasted double-digit kills in 16 matches over her career
• Her five solo blocks at Western Michigan (Sept. 26, 2014) tie as the 11th-best single match total in program history, while she finished the match a career-high six total blocks
• Earned a career-high eight digs at IPFW (Sept. 17, 2014) and added her only career service ace in the contest.
2015 (R-So.): Missed the season due to injury.
2014 (R-Fr.): Earned first letter at Ball State … Second Team All-Mid-American Conference … MAC All-Freshman Team … MAC Distinguished Women’s Volleyball Scholar-Athlete … Academic All-MAC … played in all 30 matches, earning 14 starts … saw action in 108 of a possible 119 sets … ranked second on the team with 289 kills and a 2.68 kills-per-set average … smashed double-figure kills in 16 matches, including a career-high 18 versus Western Michigan (Nov. 1) … also hit a career-best .536 (18-3-28) in the match … blasted 16 kills and recorded a career-high six total blocks in the first match versus WMU (Sept. 26) … of her six total blocks, five were solo blocks which tie as the 11th-best single match total in program history … also logged 16 kills at Eastern Michigan (Nov. 8) … recorded at least one kill in 29 matches … tallied two kills on two swings in her collegiate debut versus Western Illinois (Aug. 29) … collected a career-high eight digs at IPFW (Sept. 17), to go along with 15 kills, two solo blocks and her first career service ace … of her 39 blocks on the year, 18 were solo blocks … hit .300-or-better in 10 matches.
2013 (RS): Sat out the season at a redshirt.
PREP CAREER: Earned four letters in volleyball at Canfield High School for coach John Tokash … was named the All-American Conference Player of the Year her senior season after establishing the school’s single-season record for kills at 594 … the total also helped her become the school’s all-time kills leader at 1,299 … helped the Cards advance to the state tournament regional finals her senior season, which is the farthest the program had ever advanced … team captain, district player of the year, and Vindicator Player of the Year as a senior … was also named the All-American Conference Player of the Year as a junior after posting a school-record 61 aces and a then-program best mark of 299 kills … also led the Cards to a program-best 24-2 record and a district championship her junior campaign … also a four-time first team all-conference selection and a three-time first team all-district honoree over her career, while being named the team Most Valuable Player as a freshman … also earned four letters in basketball at Canfield … was named to first team all-Ohio and district player of the year as a junior and senior … as also a four-time first team all-conference selection … finished her career with over 1,000 points scored and was the team’s leading scorer and rebounder her final three seasons … was also named the All-American Conference Player of the Year as a senior, while playing in the North/South All-Star game and the AI Beach Classic … academically, she maintained a 3.9 GPA as was the NHS President and a OHSAA Foundation Student Leadership Member … member of the Key Club and Y-Teens … received Ohio Lottery Academic All-Star honors and was a state finalist for the Wendy’s High School Heisman … Debartlo Scholar-Athlete, MYTV Student-Athlete of the Week and Cleveland Channel 3 Student-Athlete of the WeekPERSONAL: Maintains a 3.980 grade-point average as a pre-med major … born Oct. 21, 1994 in Canfield, Ohio … daughter of Jim and Kim Mangapora … has one brother, Mason, and one sister, Grace … her father Jim played basketball at Kent State … full name is Sabrina Fehr Mangapora.