Junior (2011): Played in 66 games 21 matches after an injury sustained early in the season… had 13 kills … was second on the team in assists with 327, averaging 4.95 assists per set… had 23 service aces and 98 digs.
Sophomore (2010): Played in 93 games and all 29 matches…led the team with 568 assists…averaging 6.11 assists a game…had 19 kills, only eight errors, served 18 aces, and 185 digs…had the top five spots for assists in a match with 35, 34, 33, and 26 twice.
Freshman (2009): Part of a stellar freshman class for the Hornets . . . part of a two-headed setting duo that helped lead Lynchburg to its best season in years . . . very active defensively . . . shows good foot speed to get in position and make pin-point passes . . . can get the ball to anywhere on the net . . . played in 102 games this season, taking the floor in all but one match . . . led the Hornets with 544 assists, posting 5.33 a contest . . . had her best contest of the year at W&L, posting a season-high 30 helpers . . . posted double-digit assists in all but one match this season . . . eighth in the ODAC in assists per game.
Before LC: Had a stellar four-year starting career at Mathews High School . . . in her senior year she was named to the first team All-Region and State teams as well as being named District and Regional Player of the Year . . . a four-year player in softball as well and named to first-team All-District her senior year . . . a National Honors society member.
Personal: The daughter of Chris and Pat Moughon.
Why I Chose LC: "When I first started looking at schools I thought I wanted to go far away from Mathews. I looked at a couple schools in Florida and it finally hit me how far away from my family I would be. LC is the perfect distance away from home for me. On my recruiting trip I felt very “at home” and something inside me just felt right. The team made me feel comfortable and treated me like someone they’ve always known. And for some reason I really wanted all the buildings to match where I went to school. I guess the buildings matching represented unity in among the school."
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