|High School:||Mount Lebanon|
Totaled 45 sets of action over 17 matches ... Averaged 1.36 kills and 0.76 blocks per set ... Tied for second on the team with a career-high 10 kills in a 3-1 victory over Lee University (Oct. 3), ending the match hitting .471 (10-2--17) ... Hit .778 after ranking second on the squad with seven terminations with no errors in nine attempts in a sweep of Covenant College (Sept. 1) ... Topped all players with a career-high eight (1-7) blocks, while chipping in four kills, in a 3-0 triumph vs. Otterbein (Sept. 7) ... Played in all four sets and totaled eight kills and a .333 attack percentage (8-2--18) in a 3-1 verdict against Texas-Dallas ... Five kills, eight digs and three blocks (0-3) over four sets vs. Illinois Wesleyan (Sept. 1).
Played in 57 sets over 21 matches ... Averaged 1.23 kills and 0.67 blocks per set ... Solid outing at Transylvania (Sept. 22), hitting .467 on the strength of a season-high eight kills with one error in 15 swings, while pacing the team with a season-best six (1-5) total blocks ... Led or shared for the team lead in blocks in seven matches ... Second on the club with seven terminations, hit .455 (7-2--11) and totaled two (0-2) blocks in a sweep of Oglethorpe (Oct. 5) ... Paced the Eagles with four blocks (0-4) and chipped in two service aces and five digs vs. Chicago at the UAA RR I ... Hit .500 (6-1--10) and registered three blocks (0-3) in a sweep of Millsaps (Sept. 9).
Four-year member of the volleyball program at Mount Lebanon High School … Three-year starter … Was a member of Mount Lebanon's Leadership Team … WPIAL AAAA Section 5 First Team All-Section on two occasions … Second Team All WPIAL AAAA as a junior and senior … Final campaign saw her earn Big 56 Conference First Team acclaim … As a sophomore, she helped the Blue Devils to a berth in the WPIAL AAA state semifinals … Also lettered in track and field while in high school … National Honor Society Member as a junior and senior … Recipient of Team Travel Source's (official housing partner of USA Volleyball) College Bound and Proud Scholarship … Earned the school's Scholar-Athlete Award all four years … High Honor Roll member.
Played for the Renaissance Club Team under the guidance of coach Brian Begor … Club team earned a bid to the 2017 National Tournament in Dallas … Selected for the 2015 USA Girls' Youth National A2 Program.
Daughter of Jim and Erin Rimmel ... Born Dec. 24 ... Double major at Emory in neuroscience and behavioral biology and psychology.
"I chose Emory because I wanted to balance competitive volleyball with a high academic school that would challenge me in both areas. Another reason for my decision was the Emory community. Everyone, from coaches to players to teachers are so kind and sincere. It seemed like a place where I would want to spend four years."
Maggie Rimmel Career Stats
Maggie Rimmel Career-High Kill Matches