- - Career Stats in PDF Format
- - 2010 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format
- - 2007 Match-by Match Stats in PDF Format
At Ball State University . . .
2010: Earned second letter . . . rejoined the team as a redshirt junior for the 2010 season . . . elected to forego her senior year of eligibility to graduate on time . . . 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 . . . played in seven matches and eight sets . . . recorded a kill versu IUPUI (Sept. 7) and at Wright State (Sept. 11) . . . added a dig versus IUPUI and a block assist against Wright State.
2007: Earned first letter . . . left the team after her completing her freshman season . . . played in 29 matches, with 26 starts . . . competed in 97 of a possible 109 games . . . posted career-highs of nine kills, 19 attempts and a .368 attack percentage at Toledo (Sept. 27) . . . smashed five-or-more kills in 10 matches, including eight at Akron (Nov. 3) . . . logged a career-high eight blocks versus Toledo (Nov. 1) . . . tallied at least one block in 28 of her 29 career matches, while rejecting four-or-more balls in 11 contests . . . ranked second on the team with 93 total blocks and a 0.96 blocks-per-game average . . . added a career-best four digs in four matches, while serving up a pair of aces versus Central Michigan (Oct. 26).
Prep Career . . .
Earned four letters in volleyball at Eastbrook for coach Wilma Cox . . . helped guide the Panthers to a 31-3 overall record, which includes conference, county and sectional championships, her senior season . . . . the 31 wins were a school record . . . team was ranked in the top 10 all year, including a school-record No. 2 ranking during the season . . . helped Eastbrook build a 100-35 overall record over her four-year career . . . two-time team Most Valuable Player . . . first team all-state selection as a junior . . . helped the Panthers win county and sectional championships her sophomore season . . . prepvolleyball.com 2007 Senior Ace Top 150 list . . . first team all-Central Indiana Conference as a senior, junior and sophomore . . . tallied 218 total blocks in 103 games her senior season to rank 14th in the state with a 2.11 blocks-per-game average . . . compiled 329 kills, 291 digs, 38 aces and a .346 attack percentage during her senior campaign . . . logged career totals of 1,090 kills, 956 digs, 474 blocks, 119 aces and a .285 attack percentage in 419 games . . . earned four letters in basketball at Eastbrook . . . helped guide the program to three county championships . . . two-time first team all-conference selection . . . scored team-bests in rebounds and field goal percentage as a freshman . . . picked up the program’s 3D Award (Dedication, Desire and Determination) as a sophomore . . . earned Practice Player of the Year accolades as a junior.
Personal . . .
Major is accounting . . . graduated with a 3.517 grade-point average . . . born August 12, 1988, in Indianapolis, Ind. . . . daughter of Jeff and Beth Shonkwiler . . . has two sisters, Erica and Haley, and one brother, Matt . . . full name is Alexis Keaton Shonkwiler.