Chelsea Frison

#8 Chelsea Frison

HOMETOWN Whitewater, Wis. (Whitewater HS)

Junior Season (2014): Played in a total of 102 sets in 2014...She totaled 408 total attacks with kills (151), service aces (19), and digs (57)...All three marks set new career-highs...Tallied three double-digit kill matches, including one against nationally-ranked Augustana (Sept. 20)...Finished second on the team with 59 blocks.

Sophomore Season (2013): Appeared in all 103 sets in 2013…Led the Beavers in blocks (71, 0.69 B/S)…Posted career-high seven blocks twice…Posted career highs in blocks (71), kills (131), service aces (4) and digs (17).

Freshman Season (2012): Played in 23 matches for the Beavers in 2012…Fifth on the team in kills with 87 (1.14 k/s) and second in blocks with 35…Also contributed 15 digs and 12 assists during the season…Had the second most blocks in one match with five versus St. Cloud State Nov. 3…Totaled nine games where she had five or more kills in one match with her highest total being seven, three different times.

At Whitewater High School (Wis.): Amassed 392 kills, 145 total blocks, 185 digs and 67 service aces as a senior...Played club volleyball for the Capital Volleyball Academy...Selected Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association Honorable Mention as a senior...Earned All-Rock Valley Conference First Team accolades...Selected Most Valuable Player at Whitewater High School as a senior...Named All-Rock Valley Conference Honorable Mention as a junior...Also lettered four years in track and field.

Personal: Chelsea Marie Frison is the daughter of Joeseph and Lori Frison and was born on Jan. 19, 1994 in Fort Atkinson, Wis...Great uncle Jared Mondry played football at Bemidji State...Majoring in Mathmatics with a minor in Computer Science at BSU.

Career Highs: Kills: 13 vs. Wisconsin Parkside (Sept. 6, 2014), Assists: 3, 2x last vs. Minnesota Crookston (Oct. 28, 2014), Digs: 7 vs. Upper Iowa (Oct. 10, 2014), Service Aces: 3 vs. Wisconsin Parkside (Sept. 6, 2014), Blocks: 7 (twice), last time against University of Mary (Oct. 18, 2013).