ESPN3 highlights from the Huskies victories over South Dakota State and Iowa at Victor E. Court in the NIU Invitational
2014: Saw action in 98 sets and 30 matches as a senior...Finished fourth on the team with 58 blocks and 0.59 blocks/set...Registered 98 kills and 1.00 kills/set...Ended the year with 42 assists and 0.43 assists/set...Notched a season-high six blocks against UIC (Sept. 16), while recording five blocks at UC Santa Barbara (Sept. 20)...Recorded a career-best 11 kills against Louisville (Sept. 13)...Set a career record with four assists against Santa Clara (Sept. 20), then repeated that feat three more times against Miami (Oct. 4), Eastern Michigan (Oct. 10) and Buffalo (Oct. 18)...Notched at least one block in 21 consecutive matches from Sept. 5 to Oct. 25.
2013: Competed in 98 sets and 31 matches, including six starts, as a junior...Ranked in the top five on the team in kills (84), attack percentage (.229), blocks (62) and points (120)... Finished third on the team with 52 block assists and fourth with 10 block solos... Named to the Huskie Invitational All-Tournament team after helping NIU go 3-0... Tied her career high twice with seven kills each against Western Michigan (Oct. 31) and Miami (Nov. 2)... Posted a .500 or better attack percentage against Kent State (Oct. 26), WMU (Oct. 31), Miami (Ohio) (Nov. 2), Toledo (Nov. 16) and Ohio (Nov. 23)... Posted a career-best nine blocks against Central Michigan (Oct. 5)... Also accounted for a career-high nine points against the Chippewas... Tallied five blocks each against IPFW (Sept. 20) and Toledo (Oct. 11).
2012: Garnered Academic All-MAC Honorable Mention recognition following her sophomore campaign with the Huskies... Earned her first career start, while playing in 28 matches during the season... Saw action in 79 sets in 2012... Scored a career-high 86.5 points by season's end... Tallied 64 kills on the year, putting her sixth on the team in that category... Compiled 39 blocks on the front line, including six solo stuffs... Added 11 digs and four assists... Set career-highs in kills (7), attacks (18) and points (7) versus Eastern Michigan (Oct. 26)... Tallied a career-high seven blocks in a MAC Tournament semifinal win against top-seeded Ohio (Nov. 17).
2011: Appeared in three of 35 matches and three of 125 sets as a middle blocker...made her Huskie debut against IUPUI (Aug. 26)...recorded her first career block against South Florida (Sep. 18)...finished the season with one block and 0.5 points...also saw action against Texas A&M (Sep. 10)...was a Victory Scholar (3.50 GPA or better).
High School: Three-time varsity letterwinner at West Chicago Community High School ... Received Honorable Mention 100 All-State status by the Champaign News Gazette ... Garnered All-DuPage Valley Conference and first team all-area honors in 2010 ... Led WCHS conference and regional championships as a senior, hitting .392 with 208 kills, 69 blocks and 20 aces in 32 matches ... Made Chicago Sun-Times' Top 50 list for volleyball players in 2010 ... Invited to play in 2010 SportsTownChicago.com Girl's Volleyball All-Star Game ... Named honorable mention all-conference and all-area as a junior ... Earned honorable mention all-conference recognition as a sophomore.
Club: Member of the Kane County Juniors ... Helped KCJ win the prestigious 2011 Volleyball Festival ... Finished second at the 2009 Volleyball Festival.
Personal: Born November 5, 1992 ... Intends to major in accounting ... Daughter of William and Barbara Paschke ... Aspires to be a CPA ... Perennial honor roll member ... Vice president of high school's Key Club... Member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, and the math team ... Enjoys horseback riding ... Admires her grandfather, Jack ... Volunteers at the Northern Illinois Food Bank ... Involved with Volley for the Cure and Relay for Life programs.
11, vs. Louisville (Sept. 13, 2014)
18, vs. Eastern Michigan (Oct. 26, 2012)
1.000, twice (last vs. Arizona State, Sept. 12, 2014)
4, four times (last vs. Buffalo, Oct. 18, 2014)
2, four times (last vs. Presbyterian, Aug. 29, 2014)