2011 (Senior): Earned COBRA Magazine All-National Third Team accolades ... Rang up 226 kills, averaging 2.69 per set ... Put up 14 kills at a .323 rate with a pair of blocks at Marquette (Sept. 16) ... Followed up a day later by hitting .421 with 12 kills and three blocks against ninth-ranked Minnesota (Sept. 17) ... Tallied a career-high 19 kills to lead the Blue Raiders to a victory at Western Kentucky (Oct. 4) ... Registered 10 kills and a .571 attack percentage in win at Louisiana (Oct. 22) ... Totaled 11 kills and hit .455 with three blocks in win over North Texas (Oct. 28) ... Collected 1,000th collegiate kill in win vs. Denver (Oct. 29) ... Reached double figures in kills on seven occasions.
2010 (Redshirt-Junior): Played in 27 sets before going out for the rest of the season with an injury ... Tallied 66 kills and averaged 2.44 per set ... Put up a career-high 16 kills at a .452 rate to go along with three block assists against Auburn (Sept. 4) ... Added 15 more kills a day later against Miami (Fla.) (Sept. 5) ... Posted 11 kills in a sweep at Kansas with three block assists (Sept. 7) ... Will be eligible for the 2011 season.
2009 (Junior): Tallied 135 kills on the season appearing in 87 sets ... Ended season hitting .303 averaging 1.55 kills per set ... Posted a career high 11 kills against North Texas for a .667 attack percentage ... Had 10 kills at Troy and Saint Louis ... At UAB recorded five block assists ... Also had five blocks against FIU ... Had four blocks in six matches ... Ended season with 73 total blocks, 64 block assists, averaging .84 per set.
College of Southern Idaho 2008: Second Team All-America and First Team All-Region 18 ... Averaged 2.93 kills per set, had a hitting percentage of .472 and was second on team with 90 blocks.
2007: First Team All-America ... Led CSI to 10th-place finish in national tournament ... Ranked second in hitting percentage, third in kills per game.
R.A. Long HS: Two-sport athlete in volleyball and basketball ... Named First Team All-League and All-State as a senior ... Led team to district tournament and sixth-place finish in state tournament as a senior.
Personal: Alyssa Frances Wistrick ... Daughter of Bruce Wistrick and Carolyn Kelly ... Majoring in liberal studies.