|High School:||Desert Mountain|
After two seasons in the program, she stands fourth on the program's all-time ladder in blocks average (1.08 bps).
Played 79 sets over 27 matches ... Led the team and ranked second among UAA players in blocks average (1.06 bps) ... 15 matches with three or more blocks ... Led or tied for team honors in blocks in 12 matches ... Hit .368 with her career-high 11 kills leading all players and tied for match honors with five (0-5) blocks in a sweep of Tufts (Sept. 8) ... Named UAA Co-Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 5) after topping all players at the UAA Championships with a 1.67 blocks-per-set average, helping the Eagles limit three foes to a .152 hitting percentage -- led Emory in blocks in all three contests including seven (1-6) vs. Chicago in the title match ... Led the team with six (0-6) blocks in a 3-0 triumph vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor in the championship tilt of the NCAA Mount Berry Regional ... Came through with a career-best eight (1-7) blocks vs. No. 13-ranked Juniata (Sept. 14) ... Tabbed as the UAA Co-Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 11) after helping the Eagles to a 5-0 record at the Emory Volleyball National Tournament, playing in 13 of 16 sets and averaging a team-high 1.62 blocks per game ... Produced a team-best six (1-5) vs. Transylvania (Sept. 6) ... Efficient offensive effort saw her hit .500, finishing with seven terminations and just one error in 12 attempts in a sweep of Case Western Reserve (Oct. 13).
Saw action in all three sets against Agnes Scott (Oct. 5) and hit .750 (3-0--4) while contributing a pair of block assists.
Competed four years in volleyball at Desert Mountain High School … Was coached by Tammy Butler … Totaled 179 kills and 82 blocks her final season … Recorded a career mark of 172 blocks (119 solos) … Recipient of the school's Wolf Award, symbolic of an all-around good teammate who drives and supports their team.
Two-year member of the AZ Desert Sky 18-Rise club program, where she is coached by Tammy Butler.
Daughter of Dean and Anne Wilkins ... Born Oct. 29.
I chose Emory due to its ability to offer both strong academics and athletics at the same time. The school spirit is incredible and I truly value the diverse and unique student body. I also found the campus to be well located and to offer many different beautiful amenities. On my visit to Emory, I found the students to be welcoming and friendly, making my short stay seem even shorter!"
Finn Wilkins Career-High Blocks Matches