#6 Kelsey Victor
|HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)||Logansport|
2013: Appeared in 121 sets over all 33 matches in her third season on the court with the Crusaders ... ranked tenth in the Horizon League and second on the team with 0.92 blocks/set (111 total) ... also ranked third on the team with a .211 hitting percentage ... tallied at least five blocks in nine matches, and reached double figures in kills four times ... opened season with nine-kill, three-block effort in win at UCF Aug. 30 ... recorded five blocks and hit .467 with eight kills in sweep of UNF Aug. 31 ... earned All-Tournament Team honors as Valpo won the Popcorn Classic Sept. 6-7 ... also named Horizon League Defensive Player of the Week Sept. 9 for her performance in the Crusaders' tournament win ... led all tournament players with 18 blocks, averaging 1.20 rejections/set over Valpo's four wins ... set a season best with seven rejections while also hitting .379 with 12 kills in clinching win over Iowa ... posted consecutive stellar offensive matches in a pair of Crusader victories Sept. 14 ... opened day by hitting .474 with 11 kills in win over SIU Edwardsville ... followed with a season-best 14 kills on .462 hitting in a win over host Evansville ... matched season high with seven rejections in Horizon League opening win at UIC Sept. 28 ... tallied six blocks in five-set at IUPUI Oct. 15 ... again posted six blocks in non-league win at Illinois State Oct. 22 and in big Horizon League victory at Milwaukee Nov. 1.
2012: Played in all 33 matches, appearing in 129 sets ... ranked second on the team and ninth in the Horizon League with 0.89 blocks/set ... also was third on the team with 2.17 kills/set ... picked up at least five blocks in 10 matches ... had 14 matches where she tallied at least 10 kills ... matched then career-high with 11 kills in season opener against Southeast Missouri State, a number she would tie twice more in the opening weekend of play ... surpassed that mark with 14 kills on .542 hitting, the Crusaders' second-best single-match hitting percentage of the year, in a sweep of Savannah State Sept. 7 ... tallied nine blocks at Morehead State Sept. 8 ... named MVP of the Hoosier Classic Sept. 14-15 after helping lead Valpo to the tournament title ... registered seven kills and four blocks in the Crusaders' win over host Indiana ... then combined for 18 kills on .429 hitting in sweeps over Miami and UT-Chattanooga to close out tournament win ... set new career best with 10 blocks in victory at Wright State Sept. 28 ... picked up seven and eight blocks in matches against Milwaukee and Loyola, respectively, Oct. 13 and 19 ... registered double-digit kills in eight of Valpo's last 12 matches ... hit .556 with 11 kills in sweep of Wright State Oct. 26, the first of four straight matches hitting better than .400 ... named Horizon League Offensive Player of the Week Nov. 5 after a stellar three-match stretch ... hit .412 with eight kills at Chicago State Oct. 30, .433 with 15 kills Nov. 2 at Youngstown State and .500, shattering her career high with 21 kills, Nov. 3 at Cleveland State.
2011: Sat out season as a medical redshirt ... maintained three seasons of eligibility.
2010: Appeared in 30 sets over 14 matches in her first season as a Crusader ... averaged 2.13 kills/set in her limited action as a rookie ... debuted with five kills on just 12 swings, hitting .333, Sept. 10 vs. Presbyterian ... also posted five kills Oct. 15 at Butler and Oct. 16 at Wright State, while also picking up season-best three digs in the latter ... earned first career start at Oakland Oct. 19 and stood out, registering 11 kills on .429 hitting ... recorded seven kills on .333 hitting Oct. 23 against UIC and six kills on .364 hitting Oct. 25 at SIU Edwardsville ... matched season-high with 11 kills versus Milwaukee Oct. 30 ... also set season-high with three blocks against the Panthers.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for the Berries ... earned First Team All-Conference honors each of her final three seasons ... named team MVP as a senior ... helped lead Logansport to its best record in program history (24-8) in 2009 ... earned the Berries’ Offensive MVP award as a junior, sophomore and freshman ... a Second Team All-Conference honoree as a freshman ... also named squad’s Rookie of the Year in 2006 ... earned First Team Academic All-Conference recognition as a senior ... played club volleyball for Performance Point VBC.
Personal: Kelsey is the daughter of Mark and Sue Victor ... major is sports management ... born April 15, 1992.