Elizabeth Johnbull
Elizabeth  Johnbull


Pflugerville, Texas

High School:




  • 2014 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
  • 2013 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
  • 2012 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

  • 2014 (JUNIOR)
  • Saw time in 17 matches, including six starts
  • Averaged 1.00 kills per set and 0.55 blocks per set
  • Recorded a career-high seven blocks vs. Georgia Tech (8/30)
  • Tallied a season-high nine kills on 16 attempts with just one error to match career-high with a .500 hitting percentage against North Florida (9/13)
  • Had four blocks vs. Mississippi State (10/24)

  • 2013 (SOPHOMORE)
  • Played in 16 matches, including 10 starts
  • Averaged 1.16 kills per set while hitting .260 on the season
  • Tallied career-high 13 kills while hitting a career-best .500 against Furman (9/7)
  • Had four blocks against Winthrop (9/7)
  • Pitched in six kills while hitting .500 and two blocks against LSU (11/24)

  • 2012 (FRESHMAN)
  • Played in nine matches as a middle blocker, all off the bench
  • Twice tallied three kills without an error, coming against Navy (9/2) and at Mississippi State (10/19)
  • Also had a block assist against the Midshipwomen
  • Got a solo stuff at Mississippi (10/21)

  • Earned three letters in volleyball from coaches Christi Dreier and Ruxton Williamson at John B. Connally High School
  • Earned first-team all-district honors as a senior, posting 3.2 kills per set and 331 digs
  • Led the Cougars to a district title in 2011
  • As a junior, she posted 3.1 kills per game, gaining best offensive player accolades in District 16-4A
  • Helped the team to qualify for the district playoffs that year
  • Twice named the team's most improved player
  • A three-time academic all-district honoree
  • Played for Max Performances in club under coach Mike Swem

  • Elizabeth Iselema Johnbull is the daughter of Enoch and Darlene Johnbull
  • Has four siblings, Tonye, Daryl, Derek and Celina
  • Says former coach Christi Dreier was her biggest influence in volleyball, pushing her to improve her skills
  • Majoring in public health
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