Name: Bailey Webster
Position: Opposite
Discipline(s): Volleyball
Height: 6-3
Birthplace: Round Rock
Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
College: University of Texas/Corporate Communications

MAJOR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS: 2014 - NORCECA World Championship Qualification Tournament Pool O (Gold)...Pan American Cup (Silver).

INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS: 2014 - Ranked 12th in Best Scorer in helping the U.S. Women to the NORCECA World Championship Qualification Tournament Pool O gold medal...Scored 21 kills and four blocks in the event for 25 points, 15 of which came in a 3-0 victory over Panama in the gold-medal match...Ranked 10th in Best Scorer at Pan American Cup, tallying 75 points with 60 kills, 14 blocks and one ace...Ranked second in Best Spiker at Pan American Cup with a 43.2 kill percent.

COLLEGE: Webster earned 2013 Volleyball Magazine All-America First Team and AVCA Second-Team All-America honors ... named 2013 NCAA Lincoln Regional Most Outstanding Player ... 2013 Capital One Academic All-America Third Team honoree ... also named to the AVCA All-Southwest Region and All-Big 12 First Teams in 2013 ... named a 2013 Senior CLASS Award finalist ... earned 2012 AVCA and Volleyball Magazine All-America first team honors ... named 2012 NCAA Tournament most outstanding player ... named to 2012 NCAA All-Tournament Team ... All-Central Region and All-Big 12 First Team honors ... named 2012 NCAA Austin Regional most outstanding player ... named 2012 Big 12 Preseason Player of the Year along with being named to the All-Big 12 Preseason Team ... earned 2012 UT Arthur Ashe, Jr., Sports Scholar Award and V.F. “Doc” Neuhaus Award honors ... earned 2011 AVCA All-America First Team honors and was named the 2011 Big 12 Player of the Year ... named to the 2011 All-NCAA Lexington Regional team ... earned 2011 Academic All-Big 12 first team recognition ... named to the 2009 All-Big 12 Freshman Team ... entered Texas as the No. 1-rated recruit in 2009, according to Prep Volleyball ... enrolled at UT in January 2009 after graduating early from high school and practiced with the Longhorns in the spring before playing with them on the European Tour in May 2009.

OTHER USA VOLLEYBALL INVOLVEMENT: Member of the 2008 U.S. Women’s Junior National Team and helped team to a gold medal at the NORCECA Women’s Junior Continental Championship in Saltillo, Mexico.

CLUB/HIGH SCHOOL: A 2008 Volleyball Magazine Fab 50 recruit and class co-captain ... ranked No. 1 recruit nationally by ... 2008 Mizuno/Volleyball, AVCA, UnderArmour High School and MaxPreps All-American ... three-time All-America selection (2006-08) ... two-time Gatorade Maryland Volleyball Player of the Year (2007-08) ... led her St. Paul’s squad to four consecutive Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) conference championships and earned all-conference honors her final three seasons ... two-time Baltimore Sun All-Metro Player of the Year (2007-08) ... three-time Baltimore Sun All-Metro selection (2006-08) ... paced the Gators to an 80-9 record in four years ... hit .542 as a senior and .535 as junior while registering 7.2 and 6.4 kills per-set, respectively ... split time playing club volleyball between Wild Blue Volleyball Club (2004-06), Time Out for Sports Volleyball Club (2006-07) and TCA (2007-08) ... earned four varsity letters for the St. Paul’s basketball team, earning IAAM All-Conference honors and Baltimore Sun All-Baltimore County accolades in 2007-08 ... appeared in Sports Illustrated’s “Faces in the Crowd” feature in the magazine’s Jan. 26, 2009 issue ... served as class vice president her junior year at St. Paul’s.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Elton and Cedrina Webster ... her father was a two-year basketball letterwinner at Tulane University (1982-83) and her mother was a four-year letterwinner at Xavier University (La.) ... has one brother, Briar and one sister, Brooks ... her sister, Brooks, played volleyball for the University of Alabama (2006-09) ... graduated with a bachelor’s degree in corporate communication (participated in graduation ceremonies on Dec. 8, 2012).