2011: Played in 112 sets ... Hit .215 with 192 kills, averaging 1.71 per set ... Registered 114 blocks, including 22 of the solo variety to lead the team ... Averaged 1.02 blocks per set to rank ninth in the Southland ... Hit .667 with eight kills with seven blocks and two service aces in sweep of Texas Southern (Aug. 27) ... Set a career-high with eight block assists in three-set loss at Houston (Sept. 13) ... Added six block assists and two block solos at Central Arkansas (Oct. 15) ... Posted 10 kills at Southeastern Louisiana (Oct. 27), and added 10 more as well as five blocks in sweep at Nicholls (Oct. 29) ... Had nine kills and seven blocks in against Sam Houston State (Nov. 10) ... Totaled a season-best 13 kills with a .522 attack percentage to go along with four blocks to help lead LU to a win over Stephen F. Austin (Nov. 12) ... Tallied double-digit kills on three occasions
... Recorded a block in all but one match and put up five or more in nine matches.
2010: Name Southland Conference Newcomer of the Year and honorable mention all-conference after sitting out two straight seasons ... Played in 28 matches, ranking second on the team in kills with 217 (2.26 per set) ... Her .258 attack percentage on the season was also second on the team and was 12th in the SLC ... In conference play, improved to 2.43 kills per set and a .301 attack percentage to rank ninth in the SLC ... Posted a personal best with 21 kills in LU's 3-2 home win over Texas State (9/30), and had 10 or more kills nine times on the season ... Added 15 kills in the following match against UT Arlington (10/2) to earn SLC Offensive Player of the Week honors ... Hit .388 with 10 total blocks over the two matches as Lamar won both ... Pounded down 14 kills on a .500 attack percentage in her first collegiate match against Oral Roberts (8/27) ... Also ranked second on the team in total blocks with 76 on the season for an average of 0.79 per set ... Posted a season-high seven blocks vs. Idaho State (8/28) ... Had 15 kills and six total blocks in Lamar's 3-2 SLC Tournament victory over Texas State (11/19).
2009: Did not play.
2008: Redshirted at the University of Alabama during the 2008 season.
High School: Played for Jessica Callahan as a middle blocker at Atascocita High School ... Named first-team all-district her senior year ... Played on the Kingwood All-Star Tournament Team ... Helped her team to bi-district championships her junior and senior years ... Also played for the Texas Tornadoes ... Helped team to a third place finish in the Jr. Olympics her junior year.
Personal: Majoring in general studies ... Enjoys being with family and friends ... Born on June 7, 1990, in New Orleans, Louisiana ... Daughter of Henry and Dianah Hobbs ... Also recruited by Alabama, LSU, Kansas State, UTEP, Memphis, Ohio State, and Rice.