#22 | ANDI AHLERS | S | PACIFIC, MO.
CADET SQUADRON 21
IN HER WORDS:
After commencement, I hope to be an Operations Analysis Analyst! As an analyst, I might get to research knowledge and work to make sure missions are as environment friendly and efficient as doable!
Going via the COVID-19 pandemic I’ve actually been reminded of the worth of spending time with household and family members. I’ve realized to be extraordinarily grateful for issues that I typically took as a right, corresponding to with the ability to play volleyball and going to class. And, most significantly, I’ve realized that there are plenty of extraneous issues in our lives that we do not actually have to be pleased — if I’ve the folks I really like, all the pieces else will work itself out!
JUNIOR YEAR | 2019: Earned this system’s Most Beneficial Participant award…workforce captain…served because the beginning setter for 26 matches, lacking 4 with sickness…accounted for 845 assists…that’s the ninth-highest single-season tally in Air Pressure Division I historical past…recorded a career-high 50 assists within the Falcons’ win over San Diego State…reached the 40-assist mark in 5 extra contests, together with a 49-helper outing at Oral Roberts…recorded one thousandth profession help in opposition to Little Rock…debuted on this system’s DI record for single-season helpers throughout a 37-assist efficiency in opposition to Nevada…ranked second on the workforce with 233 digs…posted a personal-best 19 digs in opposition to Santa Clara…led the workforce in digs throughout three matches…mixed for a team-leading 13 double-doubles…additionally led the workforce with 26 service aces…tallied a season-high three aces thrice – in opposition to Oral Roberts, Colorado State and San Diego State…added two solo blocks, 24 assisted stops and 38 kills on the 12 months…recorded a career-high 5 kills throughout street matches at Nevada and at New Mexico…was an ideal five-of-five (with no errors) within the Falcons’ win over the Lobos…named to the all-tournament workforce on the Oral Roberts Invitational…tutorial all-conference choice…MW Scholar-Athlete.
SOPHOMORE YEAR | 2018: Noticed motion in 119 units, together with all 73 in convention play…served because the beginning setter for 19 matches…tallied 621 assists on the 12 months…led the workforce in assists throughout 17 contests…collected a season-high 32 helpers in opposition to each Maryland and Wyoming…additionally reached the 30-assist mark in opposition to Valparaiso (30)…tallied double-digit help totals in all however three matches and reached the 20-assist barrier 13 occasions…debuted on the Academy’s Division I record for profession assists throughout a 17-helper efficiency in opposition to San Jose State…turned this system’s ninth DI setter to tally at the least 900 helpers in a profession throughout a 12-assist outing at Fresno State…additionally accounted for 222 digs, 31 service aces and 12 kills…recorded a career-high 14 digs in opposition to New Mexico…tallied at the least 10 digs in six extra contests…recorded seven double-doubles on the 12 months (assists-digs)…collected a personal-best 4 aces in opposition to Maryland Japanese Shore…tallied at the least two aces in 9 different matches…recorded a career-high two kills in residence opener in opposition to McNeese State…matched that tallied in opposition to Maryland Japanese Shore and within the street match at Boise State…tutorial all-conference choice…MW Scholar-Athlete.
FRESHMAN YEAR | 2017: Performed in 66 units after lacking the start of the season with damage…member of the beginning rotation for 3 matches…tallied 286 assists, 14 service aces, 73 digs, two blocks (each assisted) and one kill on the 12 months…recorded a season-best 34 assists at Fresno State…added double-digit helpers in 12 extra matches and surpassed the 20-assist mark in 5 contests…accounted for a season-best three aces throughout each matches with Utah State…collected a season-high seven digs in back-to-back street matches at Boise State and Utah State…tutorial all-conference choice.
HIGH SCHOOL | CLUB TEAM: Eureka Excessive College…four-year starter on the varsity volleyball workforce…coached by Carol Atienza…two-time MVP (2015, 2017)…three-time first-team all-district choice (2014, 2015, 2016)…earned second-team all-state and all-region honors as a senior…three-time all-conference honoree (first-team in 2015, 2016; second-team in 2014)…named Varsity Rookie of the 12 months in 2014…member of the Nationwide Honor Society…named PSAT Nationally Recommended Scholar in 2016…member of the ACT 30+ Membership…named EHS Math Pupil of the 12 months as a senior…additionally earned the varsity’s Gold Customary award that 12 months…obtained the Missouri Home of Representatives’ Glory of Missouri Award in 2017…competed on the membership stage for the Rockwood Thunder…coached by Jordan Berry in U18…member of the workforce that gained the Beast of the Southeast Qualifier in 2017…named MVP of that match.
PERSONAL: Full title is Miranda Nicolle Ahlers…goes by Andi…daughter of Jack and Erin Ahlers…has one older sister and one youthful brother…majoring in operations analysis…has served as Chief Clerk, Superintendent, Interim Commander and Flight Commander for squadron…co-chair of the USAFA Athletics Group Service Program…inducted into the Academy’s Phi Kappa Phi Chapter #347 (a tutorial honor society) and the Omega Rho Chapter (an honor society for operation analysis and administration sciences)…hobbies embody taking part in playing cards and hanging out with family and friends…grandfather, Jack Ahlers, Sr., served within the U.S. Military Reserves…one other member of the family, Lowell Ahlers, Sr., served within the U.S. Military throughout World Conflict II…best second in sports activities was incomes MVP honors and ending first on the 2017 Beast of the Southeast Qualifier in Atlanta…accomplished a Cadet Summer time Analysis Program (CSRP) over the summer time…member of Cadet Squadron 21.
HEAD COACH KEITH BARNETT: Regular, disciplined, organized, and a three-year starter … Andi is all the pieces you possibly can need in a setter along with her mechanics, willingness to construct relationships along with her teammates, and seeing eye-to-eye with the teaching employees.