|Hometown (Last School):
||Buckley, Wash. (Northwest University)
Leading Dolphin attacker until a knee injury forced her to sit out the final 12 matches of the season...as a sophomore, she led the squad with an average of 3.42 kills per game (which ranked sixth in the conference) and was second with 2.65 digs per game despite playing in only 20 matches... before her injury, she led the Dolphins with 246 kills, was second with 191 digs and was third with 48 total blocks...named A-Sun [quote]Player of the Week[quote] (9/25)...tallied seven double-doubles on the year (kills/digs)...finished with a career-high 24 kills and 57 attempts at Coastal Carolina (9/24)...tallied double-digit kills in 13-of-20 matches...finished with a career-high .400 hitting percentage (12-4-20) at Charleston Southern (9/22)...recorded a season-high 20 digs vs. Lafayette (9/2)...recorded double-digit digs in 9-of-20 matches, including a season-high six straight...registered a season-high six total blocks vs. Georgia Southern (9/2) and at East Tennessee State (10/5)...notched a season-high six service aces vs. Wright State (9/9)...earned A-Sun All-Academic Honors.
Prior to JU:
Appeared in 32 matches, playing in 100 games for JU head coach Shaun Kupferberg as a freshman at Northwest University...led team with 470 kills, finishing the season with a 4.7 kills per game average...was the second leading hitter on the team with a .285 average...named to the Cascade Conference all-conference team and was selected [quote]Freshman of the Year[quote].
A four-year starter at White River High School for coach Lenny Llanos...led White River to the state championship match her senior year...named team MVP and captain her senior year, earning first team all-league and all-area honors...named Seamount League MVP and to the all-state team.
Born on August 9, 1987, in Tacoma, Wash...daughter of Jim Bendorf and Susan Moorman...has two brothers: Andy and Tony; and a sister, Rachel...majoring in accounting.