Averaged 2.40 kills per set on a .229 attacking percentage as she appeared in all 31 matches …. Ranked second on the team in kills (257) and aces (31) …. Was third on the squad with 248 digs and an average of 2.32 scoops per set …. Had 13 matches with 10 or more kills …. Generated four double-doubles ….
DAYTON, Ohio – Kentucky Volleyball senior Alli Stumler was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 2021 Dayton Invitational, with Azhani Tealer and freshman Emma Grome also being named to the All-Tournament Team, it was announced Monday.
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Alli Stumler had a stand-out performance on both side of the ball Friday night in Memorial Coliseum as she recorded a double-double with 10 kills and 10 digs as the No. 7 Kentucky Volleyball team swept Missouri to open up Southeastern Conference play.
DAYTON, Ohio – Senior outside hitter Alli Stumler logged a match-high 14 kills and freshman setter Emma Grome netted 32 assists as the No. 3 Kentucky Volleyball team stormed past Texas State, 3-0 (25-18, 25-7, 25-15) in three sets Friday morning inside the Frericks Center in Dayton, Ohio.
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Kentucky volleyball junior outside hitter Alli Stumler, the 2018 SEC freshman of the year, had an even better season in 2019 as she was named to the AVCA All-American team and got honorable-mention honors from VolleyballMag.com.
Alli Stumler led Kentucky volleyball to a 3-1 win over Texas in the national championship, hitting .471 with 26 kills on 51 total attacks. Watch Stumler's top highlights from national title match...
Alli Stumler is a talented young American volleyball player. He is currently regarded as one of the best on the Kentucky team. Further, she is also well-known on social media and on internet sites.
Kentucky Outside Hitter Alli Stumler was unstoppable for the Wildcats on their road to the championship. A star throughout the tournament, Stumler impressed so many for both her skills on the court and the way she carried herself off of it. For Stumler, she says it is her faith that keeps her grounded and reliant on what is most important.