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Alexis Wright
Alexis  Wright
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Arlington, TX

High School:
Martin HS

Height:
6-0

Position:
RS

Experience:
3L


12/22/2017

Q&A: Final Sitdown With Volleyball Seniors

#MGVB Seniors Discuss Historic Final Season, Legacy

12/01/2017

Mean Green Fall To TCU In Five-Set Thriller

Historic 2017 Campaign Comes To Close

11/30/2017

Volleyball Claims First Postseason Victory Over Oral Roberts

Milam, Valerian Post 16 Kills

11/19/2017

Volleyball Falls to Western Kentucky In C-USA Championship

Valerian, York Named To All-Tournament Team

11/18/2017

Mean Green Advance To First-Ever C-USA Championship Game

North Texas Defeats UT San Antonio, 3-1

2016-17
  • Appeared in 111 sets across 32 matches, starting 29 of those for the Mean Green
  • Posted 22 kills versus Arkansas-Little Rock, marking a career high
  • Third on the team in kills with 257
  • Led the team with 89 blocks
  • Season-high seven blocks versus San Jose State om Sept. 03
  • Season-high six digs on Sept. 17 against Little Rock
2015-16
  • Has played in 119 sets through 33 matches, starting 29 of those for the Mean Green
  • Notched a season-best 12 kills versus SFA and Baylor
  • Hit a career-best .714 [11-1-14] versus Middle Tennessee
  • Set a career high with six digs versus FAU in the C-USA Quarterfinals
  • Had a career-best six blocks versus ACU
  • Earned a spot on the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll for maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or better
2014-15
  • Played 54 sets in 18 matches for the Mean Green
  • Recorded career-highs in attacks (28), kills (19) and blocks (4) versus Missouri
  • Notched a career-best .667 hitting percentage at UAB
  • Tallied four digs versus Marshall, a career high

Martin High School

  • District MVP
  • Three-year letterman on varsity
  • Three-time First-Team All-District selection
  • Three-time All-Academic All-District selection
  • Newcomer of the Year
  • All-tournament team at the Mansfield High tournament

Personal

  • Daughter of Mitzi and Glenn Wright; has one sister, Aubrey
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