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#10 Alicia Ostrander
Position: Outside Hitter
Height: 6'3"
Year: Freshman
City/State: Gordon, Neb.
High School: Gordon-Rushville

Honors & Awards
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Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Spring 2014; Fall 2014)
» Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2015)

2014 (Junior)
Played in 25 matches and made 14 starts in her junior season • Notched 152 kills on the year and averaged 2.49 kills per set to rank fourth on the team • Posted 10 or more kills in nine matches • Recorded a career-high 19 kills on 25 swings against Illinois Oct. 18 • Started the season strong with 18 kills and four digs vs. Florida State on Aug. 29 • Went through a breakout stretch in the middle of the season with double-digit kills in seven of eight matches, beginning with 14 kills and four blocks vs. Texas on Sept. 20 • Tallied 24 digs and 25 blocks on the season.

2014 Sand Season
Went 8-5 with teammate Brenna Lyles and 0-1 with Kira Larson for an 8-6 overall record.

2013 (Sophomore)
Played in 12 matches in 2013, including three starts • Matched a career high with a season-high five kills on five swings against Saint Mary’s on Sept. 12 • Notched a career-best six blocks against Saint Louis on Aug. 31 • Posted 19 kills and 16 blocks on the year.

2012 (Redshirt Freshman)
Played in eight matches in 2012, averaging 0.67 kills per set • Saw substantial playing time for the Huskers against Michigan State, appearing in a match for just the seventh time during her Husker career and recorded five kills and a solo block at a critical moment in the fifth set.

2011 (Redshirt)
Redshirted and provided depth at outside hitter in her first year at Nebraska.

High School
Was named one of the top multi-sport athletes in the state of Nebraska by the Lincoln Journal Star in 2011 • Set multiple school records at Gordon-Rushville High School under Coach Kim Turnbull-Campbell • Broke the school record for kills in a season with 361 in 2009 and bettered the mark in 2010 with 393 • Shattered the previous career kills mark of 817 with 1,165 over her four-year career • Set the season blocks record three straight seasons with 102 in 2008, 103 in 2009 and 130 in 2010 • Was a three-time All-Western Trails Conference selection after leading the Mustangs to four regular-season conference titles and three tournament titles • Set multiple school records on the hardwood with 30 rebounds in a single game, 360 boards in a season and 994 rebounds for her career, while also setting single-game records in points (43) and blocks (15) • Was a three-time state qualifier in track and field, including the triple jump as a sophomore and the high jump as a junior and senior.