2011 (Senior) Saw action in two matches at the Deacon Invitational ... Tallied 2 kills on her only 2 swings and added a block vs. North Florida (9/4) ... Had a kill and a dig vs. LSU (9/9) ... Turned in 3 kills on 9 attempts and added 2 digs vs. Xavier (9/10) ... Had an assist at Appalachian St. (9/20).
2010 (Junior) Played in eight matches off the bench ... Ended the year with nine kills, a .333 hitting percentage and two digs ... Saw action in the Deacs season opener against Coastal Carolina on Aug. 27, recording two kills ... Had a dig in matches against Iowa on Sept. 3 and St. Louis on Sept. 4 at the Active Ankle Challenge in St. Louis ... Played in both matches on Day 2 of the Black and Gold Invitational on Sept. 11 ... Had a season-high three kills on four attempts against Campbell, and turned in two more kills against East Carolina ... Played in two sets against NC State on Oct. 8, taking one swing during the match ... Played in one set and earned a kill on her only swing vs. NC Central on Nov. 9 ... Appeared in two sets at Boston College on Nov. 14, recording one kill on four attempts.
2009 (Sophomore) Saw action in five matches on the year ... Ended the season with 10 kills, six digs and three total blocks ... Had 11.5 points in 13 sets ... Was named to the ACC Honor Roll ... Played in the final two matches of the Deacon Invitational ... Recorded a career-high five kills and three assists against Furman (Aug. 29) ... Played in one set against Illinois St. (Sept. 5) at the Western Michigan Invite, recording one kill ... Played in one match at the Bash at the Boro, notching three kills and one dig against Auburn (Sept. 12) ... Saw action in two sets against Boston College (Oct. 31), recording two digs and one block assist.
2008 (Freshman) Played in a total of seven matches and saw action in 11 sets ... Finished with a total of 12 kills on 30 attempts for a hitting percentage of .267 ... Had a total of three assists to go along with four digs and two blocks ... Opened the season with two kills on seven attempts and one assist against Norfolk State (Aug. 30) on the second day of the season-opening Deacon Invitational ... Played in two sets against Valparaiso (Sept. 6) in the final match of the Adidas Classic, recording one block and two serves ... Played a total of three sets at the Black & Gold Challenge (Sept. 12-13) ... Hit .714 with a season-best five kills on seven attempts against East Carolina (Sept. 13) and then played one set and put away a kill on her only attempt against Delaware (Sept. 13) ... Saw action in all three matches of the Appalachian State Invitational (Sept. 19-20) ... Played in one set against the host Mountaineers (Sept. 19) as well as one set against Charlotte (Sept. 20), recording two assists against the 49ers ... Played in two sets in the final match against NC A&T (Sept. 20), totaling four kills and her only four digs of the season.
High School Played the previous five seasons with the St. Louis CYC, making four straight trips to the U.S. Junior Olympics and winning a national championship in 2005 ... Finished runner-up at the USJO in 2004 and 2006, while finishing third during the 2007 season ... Earned Junior Olympic All-Tournament Team honors each of the four seasons and was the Junior Olympics Most Valuable Player in 2005 ... Also played two seasons for the Midwest Select and Parkway Lightning ... Was a standout high school player, earning first team All-District, All-Conference and All-League honors all four years ... Also took home first team All-State honors as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Named the team's MVP in 2006 and 2007 and received the team's Best Offense award each of her last three seasons ... Earned four varsity letters in volleyball and one letter in basketball ... Was a member of the academic honor roll all four years and received the Western Civilization Award, Personal Growth Award and the Rhode Island School of Design Award.
Personal Majoring in English ... Born September 16, 1989, in St. Louis, Missouri ... Daughter of Frank and Mary Vain ... Mother Mary played tennis and grandfather Edwin Kadlec played football at St. Louis University ... Played on the same club team as fellow Wake Forest freshman Carlin Salmon ... Was also recruited by Penn and Michigan ... Chose Wake Forest because of the combination of great academics, great people and competitive athletic atmosphere.