The Pirates raised more than $3,500 in the event
Senior Kelly Derby tallied a team-best 14 kills in the win
Lone senior Kelly Derby will be honored prior to the 1 p.m. match
Willis and Beasley turn in a pair of solid performances once again
Willis sets a new single-game record with 32 kills
2012: Saw action in 27 matches and 99 sets with 26 starts...Ranked second on the squad in digs with 269 for an average of 2.72 digs per set...Was third on the team in attacks (647), kills per set (1.58), and points (177)...Finished the year with five double-doubles...Opened the season with a career-best 13 kills and 19 digs against Campbell (8/24) for her first double-double of the year...Notched a season-high four total blocks versus Elon (9/8)...Hit a season-high .450 against Bethune-Cookman (8/25) after tallying 11 kills on 20 attacks and committing just two errors...Finished the season ranked in the top 20 in the conference after averaging 2.72 digs per set.
2011: Experienced action in 25 matches and 74 sets while earning 18 starts...Ranked second on the team in blocking in Conference USA matches (0.66 blocks/set)...Set a career best with nine kills against UTEP (10/2) while committing just two errors on 18 attempts for a .389 hitting mark...Produced a personal-best eight digs twice against Charleston Southern (9/10) and at Southern Miss (10/14)...Racked up a team season-best nine blocks (eight assists) versus Tulane (10/28) in the five-set match as part of a 13.0-point performance.
2010: Played in 44 sets her rookie campaign...Enjoyed her most efficient match of the year in the 3-2 win over Binghamton, recording two aces, seven digs, 10 totals blocks and accruing 11.5 points...Her 10 blocks against the Bearcats were the most by any freshman on the squad and the second-highest single-game total for the Pirates in 2010...Put down a season-best six kills against UTEP (9/26)...Contributed time in 12 consecutive matches from Sept. 17 to Oct. 22.
Forsyth Country Day School: Helped the Furies to 30 total wins in three seasons after transferring from Forbush High School and collected 612 kills, 521 digs, 120 aces and 49 solo blocks...Garnered numerous honors, including 2007, 2008 and 2009 Piedmont Athletic Conference of Independent Schools (PACIS) All-Tournament Team, 2008 All-County, 2009 PACIS Player-of-the-Year, 2009 North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) All-State and 2009 End of Summer Slam All-Tournament accolades...Selected to the 2009 Oasis Shrine Bowl...Earned 11 varsity letters, including five in basketball as a shooting guard and forward as well as three in softball as a shortstop and center fielder.
Personal: Born Hannah Caroline Allgood on June 17, 1991...Daughter of Michael and Carol Allgood...Majoring in pharmacy with a minor in business.