|High School:||Wellesley (Mass.)/Crestwood (S.C.)|
As a Sophomore in 2012:
Saw action in 21 matches, including 56 sets…Finished with 69 kills and was second on the team with 13 service aces…Recorded double digits in digs twice…Had a season-high 15 digs on Oct. 5 vs. Sacred Heart…Tallied 14 digs and two service aces vs. Bryant on Oct. 17…Recorded 10 kills, eight digs and three service aces on Nov. 4 vs. St. Francis (N.Y.).
As a Freshman in 2011:
Played in 22 matches, including 67 sets for the Bobcats … Led the team in kills per set (1.96 / set) and finished fifth on the team in total kills (131) … Also chimed in with 28 digs, 13 blocks, two assists and one ace … Recorded double-digit kills four times during the season … Posted a career-high 15 kills and two digs against Navy at the Quinnipiac/Hartford Tournament on Sept. 10 … Picked up 13 kills, three digs and two blocks against La Salle on Sept. 9 … Collected 11 kills, a career-high four blocks and two digs at St. Francis (N.Y.) on Oct. 23 … Compiled 10 kills and three digs against Delaware State University on Sept. 10 … Nearly collected a double-double with nine kills, a career-high 10 digs and one block in a five-set loss to Central Connecticut State on Oct. 30.
Spent her first three years of high school in South Carolina at Crestwood High School, before transferring to Wellesley High in Wellesley, Mass. … A four-time league all-star and a two-time all-area selection … Named the region’s player of the year as a junior at Crestwood, before earning Bay State Conference First Team recognition as a senior at Wellesley … Earned Boston Globe Bay State All-Star honors in her final high school season … Averaged 10 kills, 10 service points and three assists per match … Also played club volleyball for the Smash! Club Team, contributing four kills and six service points per game.
The daughter of Rosalind Ramsey-Green and Ray Allen … Born in South Carolina … Has five younger brothers – Maleek, Dana, Walter Ray, Walker, Wynn and Wynstan … Father, Ray, plays basketball professionally for the 2012 NBA champion Miami Heat … A public relations major.
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