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Mikayla Robinson
Mikayla  Robinson

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
West Dundee, Ill.

High School:
Harvest Christian Academy

Height:
6-2

Position:
MB

Experience:
HS


AWARDS/HONORS
  • 2017 SEC All-Freshman Team

  • 2017 (FRESHMAN)
  • Capped her freshman season with 121 total blocks, third-most for a single season in the rally-scoring era and the most by a freshman in the SEC
  • Her 104 block assists are the most by a Gamecock freshman since 1990, and her 17 solo blocks are the fourth-most for a season in the rally-scoring era
  • Her .304 hitting percentage was the second-highest by a freshman in the rally-scoring era
  • Finished second on the team with 260 kills, the most by a South Carolina middle since 2008
  • Made the SEC All-Freshman team, the third-straight season the Gamecocks had a representative on the team
  • Set the program’s rally scoring era record for hitting percentage (.846) vs. Mercer (8/25), the second-highest percentage in program history
  • Had 11 matches with double-digit kills, highlighted by a season-high 14 against Alabama (10/22)
  • Helped the team upset Auburn thanks to 13 kills and five blocks (10/18), and set a season high with nine blocks in the rematch with the Tigers on Oct. 29

  • HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB
  • Ranked 18th overall in the class of 2017 in PrepVolleyball's Top 100 Senior Aces rankings.
  • High School All-American.
  • VolleyballMag.com Girls Fab 50 team member.
  • Named to the PrepVolleyball "Senior Aces" Top 150 high school players list.
  • Helped Harvest Christian Academy win the 2016 sectional title.

  • PERSONAL
  • Daughter of Marcus and Keyomi, and has one brother - Marcus. Her father played football and ran track at South Carolina, and later went on to play in the NFL for the Chicago Bears.
  • Plans to major in Broadcast Journalism
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