Honors and Awards
Saw her role gradually increase in the early part of the schedule before being called on big time in late September after junior starter Breanna Williams was lost for the year with a leg injury ... Appeared in all but four of Northern Colorado's 31 matches in 2010, including 89 games ... Posted a solid first-year line with the Bears, slamming down 119 kills on .115 hitting, dishing out seven assists, getting to 44 digs and stonewalling 31 blocks ... Her 119 kills were the fifth most among all Northern Colorado players ... Got a small taste of NCAA Division I volleyball in the early going and fared well ... Twice had eight kills in a reserve roll -- once at home against South Dakota (Sept. 3) and in a neutral-site game against Portland (Sept. 11) ... Williams went down in the Bears 3-2 win at Idaho State (Sept. 18), and Wilson started 13 of the Bears final 17 matches ... She established a career high with 13 kills in the Bears' impressive 3-1 home victory against Montana and had at least six kills in nine matches overall.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named Oklahoma's 4A State Tournament MVP after leading the Tornados to the state title and a 28-9 record ... Was also an all-state selection after notching 575 kills in her final year at Clinton for coach Jackie Sternberger ... Named to the Oklahoma all-state team as a junior and was the Delta Conference MVP ... Graduated in the top 10% of her class and played club volleyball for the Oklahoma Charge, which finished ninth at nationals in 2009 ... Also played basketball and competed in track & field at Clinton.
PERSONAL: Born April 9, 1992, in Clinton, Okla. ... Is the daughter of Jeff and Karen Wilson ... Has one sibling, Haley ... Undecided on major course of study at Northern Colorado.