Sunday will serve as the final home match for UTA's five-member senior class.
The Mavericks enter the weekend tied for fourth place in the Sun Belt Conference standings.
UTA returns home this weekend for matches against Troy and ULM, both scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.
Ingram and Geathers have combined to become the 2nd best freshmen blocking duo in the NCAA this season.
Played in 118 sets with 32 starts, all coming at middle blocker... named First-Team Academic All-Southland Conference... led team in block solos (13) and second on team in block assists (86) and total blocks (99)... ranked fourth on team with .212 attack percentage and third on team with .234 attack percentage in SLC matches... ranked fifth on team in kills (148)... led team or tied for team lead in blocks 14 times... season-high 11 kills at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (9/25)... best attack percentage (minimum of 10 attempts) came vs. Southleastern Louisiana (11/4) with seven kills and a .462 hitting percentage... season-high nine blocks at Sam Houston State (10/30)... had five-plus blocks eight times... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2010 Commissioner's Fall Academic Honor Roll.
Played in 91 sets with 26 starts, all coming at middle blocker... named Second-Team Academic All-Southland Conference... second on the team with five block solos, 70 block assists, 75 total blocks and 0.82 blocks per set... ranked fourth on the team in SLC matches with .202 hitting percentage and averaged 0.98 blocks per set... team leader in blocks five times and led team in kills twice... season-high 12 kills with three hitting errors and 25 attempts against UTSA (9/24)... notched season best six blocks three times, all coming in SLC play... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2009 Commissioner's Fall Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2009 and Spring 2010 Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll.
Played and started in all 114 sets and 30 matches as a middle blocker... named second team Academic All-Southland Conference... ranked in four all-time UT Arlington freshman top-10 record books, including block assists (96, T-2nd), total blocks (108, 3rd), attack percentage (.243, 8th) and solo blocks (12, T-8th)... led team in total blocks (108) and block assists (96), ranked second on the team in kills (212), third in total attacks (540) and hitting percentage (.243)... joined teammate Emily Shearin as the first UT Arlington freshmen to record more than 103 blocks in a single-season since 1994 (Heather Hoy, 120)... with Shearin, became second UT Arlington freshmen duo to record over 100 total blocks each in the same season (1983, Kim Draper - 176; Katie Weismiller - 103)... tied for third in the SLC in total blocks... tied for SLC lead in blocks per set (1.11) during conference play... tallied 10 blocks twice, which was a team-high in a single match and was the third highest blocks total in a match among SLC players... posted double-figure kills eight times and had two matches with a double-figure blocks total... team leader in kills twice and led team in blocks on 12 occasions... had two double-doubles with 10 kills and 10 blocks against Texas State (10/11) and 10 kills and 10 blocks against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (11/14)... posted career-high 15 kills twice, first against Lamar (10/2) and against Central Arkansas (10/17)... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2008 Commissioner's Fall Academic Honor Roll... named to the UT Arlington Fall 2008 and Spring 2009 Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll.
Redshirted... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2007 Commissioner's Fall Academic Honor Roll.
A three-year starter and letterwinner at Keller High School... earned District 5-5A outstanding hitter honors as a senior... first-team all-district selection as a junior and senior... district co-MVP as a junior... team captain as a senior... participated in track and field as a freshman... State Farm scholar athlete... AP scholar.
Daughter of Richard and Debbie Driscoll... born Oct. 26, 1988... an exercise science major at UT Arlington.