Blue Jays Come from Behind to Force Fifth Set, but Ultimately Fall to Green Terror
Green Terror Come from Behind in Fourth Set to Beat the Blue Jays
Blue Jays Come from Behind in First Game to Set the Tone
Blue Jays Defeat Conference Foe Muhlenberg to Improve to 2-0 in CC Play
Jays Rally From Down 2-0, but Unable to Complete Comeback
Two NCAA Tournament Appearances
2015: One of four team members to play in all 23 matches • finished the season with 193 kills, and a career-best 2.24 kills per set • collected a career-best 18 kills in five-set win at Salisbury (9/7) • totaled a career-high 16 digs in five-set loss to St. Thomas (MN) (9/5).
2014: Appeared in 100 sets and started 18 of 28 matches • tallied 200 kills on the season, finishing third on the team • set career-high with 13 kills in match against Franklin & Marshall (10/8) • notched 11 digs in match at Salisbury (9/9) • tallied double digit kills in five matches • hit .435 in win over New Paltz
2013: Appeared in 85 sets, the third most on the team • finished with five blocks, five kills and a .833 hitting percentage versus Goucher (9/6) • posted a career-high 11 kills and six blocks against Gallaudet (9/26) • tied career-high with 11 kills in Centennial Conference Championship game versus Muhlenberg (11/10).
2012: Saw action in 14 sets • posted four blocks in collegiate debut versus Goucher • had three kills against York • notched three service aces and two kills against McDaniel.
High School: Helped team to three regional titles from 2009-11 • played in state finals as a senior • all-county player as a junior and senior • set Greater Atlanta Christian School blocking record • two-time team captain • was a candidate for the Wendy's High School Heisman Trophy • coached in high school by Kristy Shelton • G-A5 Volleyball club team qualified for Junior Olympics • member of Beta Club and National Honor Society • team captain for Academic Team all four years of high school.
Personal: Allison E. Cox • daughter of James and Payge Cox • father played football at Davidson college • sister, Casey, played lacrosse at Berry College • also has a younger brother, Wade • plays piano • interested in mission work • majoring in History.