Middle blocker who drew playing time in 25 matches and made 16 starts after transferring from BYU-Hawaii • Tallied 47 kills, 17 digs and ranked third on the squad with 48 total blocks • Registered 13 solo blocks, second-most on the team • Made her MSU debut collecting five kills and a pair of blocks in a starting role in State’s season-opening 3-1 win over Arkansas-Little Rock (8/27) in the Maroon Classic • Turned in a season-best six-kill, two-block performance two weeks later against South Florida (9/11) • Played in 17 of MSU’s 20 Southeastern Conference matches, 10 as a starter • Fashioned four-kill performances in league play against South Carolina (10/8), at South Carolina (11/13) and in MSU’s season finale at Alabama (11/24) • Paced MSU at the net in blocking in three matches, including a season-best seven-block display at Georgia (10/3) in her initial SEC start and six blocks (3 solos/3 assisted blocks) in a home win over Alabama (10/20) • Also tallied six total blocks at home against South Carolina (11/13).
Played in 32 matches the past two seasons at Brigham Young University-Hawaii in Laie, Hawaii • Coached at BYU-Hawaii by Wilfred Navalta • Drew 19 starts in 2009, registering a career-best 135 kills, 71 digs and blocks digs as a sophomore • Posted a .264 attack percentage, second-best for the BYU-Hawaii Seasiders • Registered 13 kills, three digs and seven blocks in a late-season match at Chaminade University • Tallied 18 kills, eight digs and four blocks in 10 matches played as a freshman in 2008.
Four-year volleyball standout at Elk Point-Jefferson High School in Elk Point, S.D.• Also a four-year starter in basketball and a five-year letter-winner in track • Two-time state high jump champion in track.
Born Hannah Mariah Wilkinson on February 7, 1990 in Misawa, Japan • Daughter of Danielle and Clifford Wilkinson of Elk Point, S.D. • Majoring in educational psychology.