At Princeton — 2014: missed full season after suffering preseason injury. 2013: earned Ivy League Honorable Mention after starting at middle blocker … led the Ivy League with a .360 hitting percentage … recorded 16 kills and a .520 attack percentage in 3-2 win at Penn … recorded 47 blocks, including seven at Cornell and six in season finale against Brown … hit at least .400 in 11 matches … had seven matches with double-digit kills, including 10 in 3-2 road win at Dartmouth … selected as one of two student-athletes to serve on the search committe for the next Director of Athletics. 2012: earned second-team All-Ivy League honors at middle blocker … ranked third in the Ivy League in hitting percentage (.350) and seventh in blocks (1.0) in league matches … ranked fifth in the Ivy League overall in hitting percentage (.331) … finished fourth on the team with 1.9 kills per set … played her best matches against Penn, when she averaged 14 kills and six blocks in a pair of 3-2 matches; set career high with 18 kills in home match against Quakers … recorded career high six blocks three times … had eight kills, four assists and three blocks in win at Harvard … played all 14 Ivy League matches after missing six early-season matches with injuries. 2011: played in 48 sets and averaged just below one kill and .85 blocks per set … had season-best eight kills against Lehigh and had three matches with at least six kills … had one of best performances in win at Cornell; recorded four kills and blocks in 3-1 victory … had 12 performances with at least two blocks … added 19 digs and 18 assists during the season … played in five Ivy matches, including 3-1 home win over Cornell.
Before Princeton — helped team to 2010 league and Durango Championship, as well as 2011 MLK Speakeasy and Reno Qualifier championship ... has twice qualified for Junior Nationals ... played first full year (high school and club) volleyball as a senior with talented Harvard-Westlake High and Sports Shack 18-1 Asics Club teams; Cathryn Quinn '12 also played for Sports Shack 18-1 Asics ... lettered in basketball and led Harvard-Westlake to 2010 state championship and two CIF championships ... also played on two top club basketball programs, Concept (2009) and Swoosh (2010) ... member of the Cum Laude Society, Harvard-Westlake Chapter ... National Achievement Scholar ... AP Scholar ... member of the National Spanish Honor Society.
Personal — born March 18, 1993 ... daughter of the late Orlando Woolridge and Pat Jackson Woolridge ... father was an All-America at Notre Dame who scored more than 13,000 points in 13 NBA seasons with Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia and the Los Angeles Lakers and later coached in the WNBA with the L.A. Sparks; mother is a former English teacher ... has two older brothers, Zach '08 and Renaldo ... Zach played basketball at Princeton; Renaldo currently plays basketball at Tennessee ... enjoys reading, writing, drawing and community service ... hopes to study molecular biology and neuroscience at Princeton.
|Hometown:||Sherman Oaks, Calif.|