|High School:||George C. Marshall|
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Four-year member of the volleyball program at George C. Marshall High School ... Played under coach Mike Carroll her final campaign ... Served as a team captain her final season ... As a senior, she totaled 133 kills, 40 blocks and 40 digs in helping her team to a 6A conference title ... Member of 5A conference-winning squads as a sophomore and junior ... While at Marshall HS, she was the Statesmen Star recipient (awarded to four students who exemplify exceptional characteristics) ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Math Honor Society, Science National Honor Society and Social Studies National Honor Society.
Played club volleyball for Metro 18 where she was coached by Silvia Johnson ... Helped Metro to a National Division 3rd-place finish at the 2018 USA Volleyball Girls 18s Junior National Championships.
Daughter of Stephen O'Dowd and Rhonda Brown ... Born Sept. 4.
"The rain was raging, the humidity was horrid and my legs were lagging. The first time I stepped on Emory's campus, it was pouring rain, and I had finished a rigorous weekend of volleyball. To say that I was drained would be an understatement. Walking onto Emory's campus and through the tour, I was captivated. From the beautiful architecture, to the friendly faces, to the incredible classroom space and research opportunities, to the amazing course selection -- I was hooked and I could see myself thriving at Emory. When I returned in the summer to attend a volleyball camp, I was met again with humidity and exhaustion. Walking from the dorm, to the gym and to the dining hall was arduous. As sweat dripped down my face and my legs shook beneath me, I knew Emory was the school for me. Neither rain, nor humidity nor fatigue of say can stymie me from attending Emory University."