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Ansley Gebben

Class: Sophomore
Position: OH
Height: 5-10

Previous School: The First Academy

Hometown: Windermere, Fla.

2011 (Fr.)
• Competed in 116 sets, making 33 starts at outside hitter as a freshman
• Finished third on the team with 218 kills
• Ranked third on the team with 65 blocks (eight solo, 57 assisted) and 194 digs
• Led team with eight kills during second match of season, against Kansas on Aug. 27
• Totaled 11 kills (.364) and three blocks on Aug. 27 versus Florida A&M
• Posted 11 kills and nine digs at James Madison on Sept. 20
• Registered career-high 16 kills, to go with four blocks, versus Gardner-Webb on Oct. 1
• Had career-high 15 digs and six blocks (two solo, four assisted) at Winthrop on Oct. 21
• Sent down nine kills at a .421 clip during conference semifinal win over UNC Asheville, Nov. 18
• Contributed 12 digs in Big South Championship final victory over Radford, Nov. 20

• Standout two-sport athlete, earning state championships in both volleyball and the 300-meter intermediate hurdles at The First Academy
• Named Orlando Sentinel's Female Athlete of the Year in 2011
• High school teammate of current Lady Flames Loren Thomas and Gabrielle Shipe
• Earned five varsity letters in volleyball, helping team to three straight Florida 2A state championships
• Named a Prep Volleyball All-American and Orange County Athlete of the Year as a senior
• Tabbed All-Central Florida First Team in 2010
• Helped team to 29-3 record as a senior, and named varsity most outstanding player
• Recorded over 1,000 career kills and 1,000 career digs
• Won four straight state titles in the 300-meter intermediate hurdles
• Holds seven school track records
• An All-American track athlete, ran a 59.9 in 400-meter hurdles, ranked fifth in the nation for 2011
• Named to National Honor Society, High Honor Roll, and earned Christian Character Award

• Daughter of Brad and Laurel Gebben
• Majoring in business, with a career goal to be in medical sales
• Father Brad played third base for Michigan State's Big 10 Champion baseball team
• Sister Chelsea competed in volleyball at Mercer, setting the NCAA record for most consecutive points served
• Brother-in-law Daniel Emerson played basketball at Mercer, setting Atlantic Sun single-season records in double-doubles and rebounds
• Birthday is Aug. 18