Career Match Highs (at Georgia):
Kills: 12, vs. Alabama (9/25/11)
Attempts: 23, vs. Auburn (10/5/11)
Attack Pct.: .611, vs. Alabama (9/25/11)
Assists: 2 (4x), last at Alabama (10/28/11)
Aces: 2, vs. S. Carolina (9/30/11)
Digs: 6, vs. Auburn (10/5/11)
Blocks: 10, at Arkansas (10/16/11)
2011: Appeared in 28 matches with 27 starts playing in 93 sets recording 167 kills and 89 blocks...Led or tied for the team lead in blocks 14 times...Recorded 11 kills on a .429 clip at South Carolina...In final career home match vs. Miss. St., recorded 11 kills on a .471 clip, six digs and three blocks...Led team with nine kills vs. #24 Kentucky...In five-set win at Arkansas, notched nine kills and a career-best 10 blocks...At Miss. St., provided 10 kills and five blocks...Had five kills, two assists, five blocks and a career-best six digs vs. Auburn...Posted seven kills and five blocks including three solo stops vs. S. Carolina...Notched career-best marks with 12 kills and a .611 hitting percentage vs. Alabama...At Kentucky, recorded seven kills, three digs and six blocks...Provided eight kills on a then career-best .571 clip vs. Kennesaw St....Recorded 20 kills and seven blocks in the Pepperdine Asics Classic...Contributed 13 kills and four blocks in Hotel Indigo Bulldog Invitational.
2010: Appeared in 13 matches and played in 20 sets recording nine kills, six assists and eight blocks...Notched a season-best three kills at Ga. St....Posted four kills and two blocks in Bulldog Invitational...Made Bulldog debut vs. Fairfield recording two kills on three attempts while adding a block.
2008-09 (Jefferson College): As a sophomore, named Midwest Community College Athletic Conference (MCCAC) Second Team after helping Jefferson College to its 33rd MCCAC volleyball title by providing 214 kills on a .296 hitting percentage while also contributing 94 blocks...As a freshman, earned Second Team NJCAA All-America honors and was named to the MCCAC First Team after providing the Lady Vikings with 357 kills on a .318 clip while adding 126 blocks.
High School/Club: Walthamstow School...MVP of London Youth Games in 2006.
Personal: Member of Great Britain's National Team...Daughter of Richard Reid and Josephine Raymond...Has a brother, Jonathan Reid, and a sister, Chelsie Reid-Raymond...Born: March 21, 1989...Major: Psychology.