Kenzie

Maloney

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#11

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Height: 5'8"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Louisville, Ky.
High School: Assumption
Major: Communication Studies

Bio

Honors & Awards
 Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2016; Spring 2017)
 Big Ten Sportsmanship Award (Beach, 2017)
Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2016, 2017)

2016 (Sophomore)
• Played in all 34 matches and started one as libero
• Averaged 1.93 digs per set while totaling 226 digs
• Set a career high in digs with 17 in a win at Penn State on Nov. 4
• Recorded 13 digs in four sets against Michigan on Nov. 26
• Notched 12 digs in a regional semifinal win over Penn State
• Posted 11 digs against Creighton on Sept. 17
• Had 10 digs against Texas on Aug. 27 and nine at Ohio State on Oct. 14
• Made her third career start at libero against Northwestern on Oct. 29 and posted nine digs
• Tallied nine digs at Minnesota on Nov. 23

2015 (Freshman)
• Made 30 starts as a defensive specialist and two starts at libero with Justine Wong-Orantes out injured
• Totaled 192 digs in her freshman season for an average of 1.57 per set while establishing herself as one of the Big Ten's best young passers
• Made her first career appearance at libero on Nov. 14 at Maryland, matching her season high with 11 digs while adding a career-best six set assists
• Posted 11 digs vs. Grand Canyon on Aug. 29
• Had 10 digs vs. Oregon on Sept. 5
• Went eight straight Big Ten matches without a reception error from Oct. 17 to Nov. 11
• Served two aces at Creighton on Sept. 15

Before Nebraska
• Joined the Huskers from Assumption High School in Louisville, Kentucky
• Was named an Under Armour Second-Team All-American, as well as the Kentucky Seventh Region Player of the Year as a senior
• Rated as the top libero by PrepVolleyball.com and the No. 24 overall prospect
• Helped lead Assumption to three straight state championships from 2011 to 2013 and was a Kentucky 3-A first-team all-state pick
• As a sophomore, helped Assumption finish 41-2 with a No. 5 national ranking
• Was a starter on the U.S. Youth National Team that won a silver medal in the Youth World Championships in 2013
• Played club volleyball for KIVA and developed a reputation as an outstanding athlete who can cover the whole court

Personal
• Born July 30, 1997 in Louisville, Kentucky
• Parents are Tim and Angie Maloney
• Major is communications

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