The Wolfpack posted a 6-2 record last weekend at its own tournament in Reynolds Coliseum. It will play its final event of the spring on Saturday at Chapel Hill.
The Pack wins five of its eight sets in Virginia Beach, Va. The Pack hosts its second tournament of the spring this Saturday at Reynolds Coliseum.
The Wolfpack will play eight sets during the day-long event.
The two squads both went 6-2 in Saturday's nine-team tournament, hosted at Reynolds Coliseum. Sophomore Morgan Cormier had 27 kills and junior Alesha Wilson had 11 blocks.
The Wolfpack will split into two squads and host seven other teams in the day-long event at Reynolds Coliseum.
2013: Played in 31 of 32 matches in her first season with the Wolfpack, starting 30 of those contests and seeing action in 102 sets ... Finished the season with 933 assists, an average of 9.30 assists per set the seventh best in the ACC ... Dished out 30 or more assists on 20 occasions ... Recorded a career high 59 assists in the match against Colgate ... Reached 50 assists for the second time during the season against Notre Dame with 53 and met the mark again versus Duke with 56 ... Posted 223 digs, the fourth most on the squad ... Notched double-digit digs in eight matches to record a double-double in those contests ... Smacked 43 kills on the season, including a season best four versus Houston Baptist ... Contributed 40 blocks on defense, including one solo block in the match against VCU ... Named to the all-tournament team at the Courtyard Midtown Invitational
2012: Transferred to NC State after one season at San Diego State ... Played in 10 matches her freshman season at San Diego State ... Had 91 assists in her 22 sets for the Aztecs
Prep: A three-year letterwinner at Grapevine High School for head coach Diane Wilson ... Named 5A all-state honorable mention by the Texas Sports Writers Association ... Selected to District 6-5A first-team ... Named Fort Worth Star Telegram Player of the Year ... Sidelined the first two months of her senior season with torn ligaments ... Finished the year with 199 digs, 8.9 assists per match ... Finished career with 1,129 assists and 3,298 digs ... Played for Texas Advantage Volleyball Club ... Helped team finish third or higher in 14 events including six championships ... High School Acadmeic All-American ... Served in National Charity League, Student Council, National Honors Society and Good Shepherd Catholic Youth Ministry ... Won a Student Ambassador Award for Community Service ... Parents are Mike and Kris Aljoe ... Father played football at Oklahoma from 1982-85 and was a member of the USA bobsled team at the 1988 Winter Olympics