5 Kelsey Meins
5 Kelsey Meins
Height: 5-4
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Fairfax, VA
High School: Trinity Christian
Previous College: Georgia Southern
Position: S/DS

Junior (2018):
First year in the program saw her log 76 sets of play over the course of 32 matches ... Serving ability kept opponents off balance with her 38 aces ranking fourth on the team and her average 0.50 aces per set ranking second among UAA players ... 11 matches with two or more aces ... Dished out a season-best five aces, tying the second-highest mark by an Emory player during the season, in a 3-0 triumph over Washington and Lee (Oct. 27) ... Helped the Eagles to a sweep of No. 6 Juniata in the semifinals of the NCAA Championships with a four-ace match ... Two sets of play and paced the team with four aces vs. Carnegie Mellon (Sept. 30) ... Two aces over two sets in Emory's 3-1 decision over No. 25 Ithaca in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships.

At Georgia Southern (2016 & 2017):
Played two years at Division I member Georgia Southern ... Saw action in a total of 59 matches and 168 matches during her stint with the Eagles ... Competed in 65 sets and 26 matches during the 2017 campaign, registering 15 digs and six aces ... Came up with a season-high three digs on two occasions ... As a freshman, she played in all of GSU's 33 matches and logged 103 sets ... Finished her rookie campaign with 15 aces, 13 assists and 0.28 digs per set ... Season-high four digs with an ace vs. South Alabama (9/30/2016) ... Member of the Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll.

High School:
Lettered four seasons for coaches Chantal Brache and Jeanette Fisher at Trinity Christian High School ... Second-team all-state in 2015 and 2016 and earned all-conference honors all four seasons ... Played club for Meagan Johnson on Virginia Juniors team ... Virginia Juniors were Northeast Qualifier Champions in 2015 and 2016  ... Also lettered in soccer.

Daughter of Keith and Marianne Meins ... Born April 6 ...  Double major at Emory in chemistry and pre-pharmacy.

"I chose Emory because it presents a best-of-both-worlds opportunity for me.  I will to continue to play the sport that I love while pursuing my academic and research pursuits at one of the finest universities in the country.  I have been told that I had to choose between athletics and what I hope to do academically in the past and I am excited and grateful for the ability to do both.  I am also extremely excited to be a part of such a positive environment on an accomplished volleyball team."

Career Stats

2018  76-32  1 4 38 25 0.33
TOTAL  76-32  1 4 38 25 0.33