|High School:||Academy of Charter Schools|
2010: Was a RMAC academic honor roll selection ... Appeared in 25 matches for the Thunderwolves earning starts in 24 of those matches ... Led the team in kills with 247 while averaging 2.81 kills per game ... Had a career-high 20 kills vs. Adams State on Oct. 28 ... Finished third on the team in blocks with 37 ... Also accumulated 271.5 points in 2010 while averaging 3.08 points per game.
2009: Made more of an impact as a sophomore playing in all 30 matches while starting in 29 of them ... Finished third on the team in kills with 215 for an average of 2.22 per game ... Tied her career-high of 17 kills vs. Chadron State Oct. 3 ... Earned 37 digs in 2009 ... Registered 34.0 blocks with an average of 0.35 blocks per game.
2008: Saw significant playing time as a freshman, playing in 26 matches and starting 23 ... Led the team in kills with 188, averaging 2.04 kills per game ... Rolled in the Pack's win over Colorado Christian Oct. 9, recording a season-high 17 kills ... Closed the season strong, registering 10 or more kills in three of the team's final four matches.
High School: Was a first team selection to the Colorado 3A all-state team as a senior while at the Academy of Charter Schools in Westminster, Colo. ... Was an all-state honorable mention selection as a junior ... Led the state of Colorado (all classifications) in kills as a senior, only a season removed from tearing her ACL ... Was a three-time first-team all-conference selection, and was an honorable mention all-league selection as a freshman ... Named the Frontier League Player of the Year as a senior ... Helped the Wildcats to the District 6 title during her senior campaign ... Also competed in basketball, helping the Wildcats to the District 6 championship in 2008 and earning first team all-league and 3A state honorable mention honors ... An outstanding student, she graduated with a 4.0 GPA ... Was a member of "National Honor Society" and "Invisible Children"
Personal: Daughter of Tom and Pam Wildman ... Her mom, Pam, was her high school volleyball coach for three years ... Plans to major in athletic training and minor in Spanish ... Hopes to one day gain employment at Impact Sports, the same clinic where she rehabbed following her ACL tear in 11th grade ... Enjoys watching movies, sports, and television, going to the movies, reading, listening and playing music, playing sports, and going to church.