Notes:Named to the TIAA-CREFF Fall Academic Team ... Voted WCU Volleyball MVP ... Ranked 14th on the career list for kills with 863 and 10th for total career blocks (230).
2006 (Junior): Played in 129 games, starting all 36 matches ... Led the team in attack percentage (.260), blocks (98) and kills (379) ... Named to the Comfort Inn Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Notched a career high in kills (23 vs. The Citadel) and blocks (10 vs. UNC Greensboro) ... Bested her previous season high with 379 kills ... Recorded double digits kills in 17 matches with four of them being 20 or more kills.
2005: Played in 115 games, starting each of the 31 matches in which she appeared ... Reached double-digit kills a total of 14 times while also tallying five-or-more total blocks on five occasions ... Hit a team-best .272 for the year which ranked sixth in the Southern Conference ... Was named to the Clemson Big Orange Bash all-tournament team after averaging over eight kills per match (9/4/05) ... After failing to reach double-digit kills through the first five matches due to being the focal point of opponents' blocking, she broke through with a career-high 20 kills on a .390 attack percentage in the home opener versus Gardner-Webb (9/6/05) ... Established a career-high with six total blocks, including a pair of solo rejections, in the home win over Chattanooga (9/27/05), tying the mark nearly a month later with six blocks at Davidson (10/22/05) ... Hit a career-best .812, killing 14 with just one error on 16 total attacks versus Georgia Southern (10/9/05) ... Tied her career-high in digs with four at Davidson (10/22/05) and at Elon (11/12/05) before setting a new benchmark with six digs in the SoCon tournament loss to Appalachian Sate (11/18/05) ... Was named to the Dean's List in both the fall of 2005 and spring of '06 ... Was also named to the SoCon TIAA-CREF Fall All-Academic team for the fall and was listed on the 2005-06 Southern Conference Honor Roll.
2004: Appeared in 96 games over 27 matches ... Finished with 171 kills, ranking fourth on the team, and 47 blocks, third on the squad ... Had a strong second half, recording double-digit kills in nine of the final 13 matches including tallying double-digits in eight-consecutive matches from October 19 through November 14 ... Over those final 13 matches, averaged 10.1 kills per match ... Led the team in kills on three occasions (11 at UNCA, 10/19/04; 11 at Elon, 11/4/04; & 15 vs. ASU, 11/19/04) ... Blocked a career-high six against UNC Asheville (9/11/04) ... Recorded a then career-high 13 kills in a four-game win over Chattanooga (10/28/04) ... Set a career-best in kills with 15 in the regular season finale versus Appalachian State (11/19/04) ... Named to the WCU Dean's List in the spring semester.
High School: A three-year starter on her school's varsity squad ... Helped her Notre Dame Academy team to a national ranking of 69 and to the state championship match as a senior ... Has garnered several honors, including being named Cincinnati Enquirer Northern Kentucky Player of the Year, district and regional MVP, first team All-State, state championship all-tournament team, Bishop Moore all-tournament team and the state championship Sportsmanship Award ... The team captain wrapped up her senior season with 311 kills, 3.84 kills per game, a .452 hitting percentage and 84 solo blocks in 81 games ... Was selected for the 2003 International Volleyball Tournament to represent Kentucky ... Named to the district All-tournament team as a junior ... Played for the Northern Kentucky Junior Volleyball club for seven years ... Her team finished in fifth at the 2000 AAU Junior Nationals.
Personal: Full name is Meredith Kay Harmon ... Daughter of John and Kathy Harmon ... Majoring in Physical Education with a concentration in health promotion and wellness.