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.
Class includes five men's basketball players
Played in 118 sets and started in 32 matches at middle blocker... fifth in Southland Conference in blocks per set (1.07)... 19th in Southland Conference in attack percentage (.238)... led team in blocks (126) and block assists (115)... second on team in block solos (11) and attack percentage... third on team in aces (18)... fourth on team in kills (193) and fifth in kills per set (1.64)... notched first career double-double against North Texas (9/18) with 12 kills and a career-high 10 blocks... tallied four double-digit kills matches... accumulated at least 5.0 blocks 11 times and finished with 7.0 blocks in six matches... hit at least .300 in 12 matches... finished with a season-best .571 attack percentage (9-1-14) at McNeese State (9/30)... finished with a .429 attack percentage (9-0-21) at Stephen F. Austin (10/27)... at the Southland Conference Tournament, hit .472 (18-1-36) in two matches... led team in blocks 22 times and in aces 10 times... led team in kills on two occasions... 12 kills vs. North Texas marked a season high... recorded 9.0 blocks in a four-set match against Portland (9/11), which tied for the UT Arlington team lead for blocks in a four-set match and tied for third in the Southland Conference... named All-Tournament at the UT Arlington Mavericks Classic (9/3-4) and at the UniWyo Cowgirl Classic (9/10-11)... hit .366 with 34 kills during the UT Arlington Mavericks Classic (9/3-4)... begins senior season 114 blocks away from tying UT Arlington career record... is the 14th member of the 300-block club at UT Arlington... member of the Capital One/Southland Conference 2010 Commissioner's Fall Academic Honor Roll.
Played in 101 sets and started in 28 matches, including 21 at middle blocker and seven at right-side hitter... named second team All-Southland Conference... led team in service aces (21), blocks per set (1.04), total blocks (105), block assists (97) and block solos (8)... second on team in hitting percentage (.228) and ranked third in kills (164) and kills per set (1.62)... finished tied for third in the SLC in blocks pet set... led SLC with 1.25 blocks per set in league play... ranked 17th in SLC in hitting percentage (.261) in conference play... tied for 14th in SLC in service aces per set (0.25) in SLC matches... eight blocks against Southeastern Louisiana (10/22) in three sets marked the third most blocks in a single match in the SLC... posted three aces (three times) which was the most by a Maverick during season... finished season with .448 hitting percentage (17-4-29) in four sets against Lamar (11/20) at SLC Tournament, marking second best percentage by a UTA player... season-high 17 kills against Lamar was second most by a Maverick player (19, Bianca Sauls)... posted five of the Mavs' top-10 single-match blocking totals, including the top three (recorded 8 three times)... averaged 1.37 blocks per set in home matches at Texas Hall... led team in blocks a team-leading 16 times... tallied at least five blocks nine times... was team-leader in kills twice and led team in aces on eight occasions... season-high 10 digs in four sets against Illinois State (8/29).
Played in 109 sets and started in all 30 matches at middle blocker... named the Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Week (9/2)... ranked in three all-time UT Arlington freshman top-10 record books, including block assists (92, 4th), total blocks (104, 4th), and solo blocks (12, T-8th)... tied for team lead in solo blocks (12), second in total blocks (104) and block assists (92), tied for second in service aces (14) and seventh in kills (81)... joined teammate Christy Driscoll as the first UT Arlington freshmen to record more than 103 blocks in a single-season since 1994 (Heather Hoy, 120)... with Driscoll, became second UT Arlington freshmen duo to record over 100 totals blocks each in the same season (1983, Kim Draper - 176; Katie Weismiller - 103)... ranked sixth in the SLC in blocks per set (0.93)... tied for third in the SLC during league play in blocks per set (0.95)... recorded eight blocks twice, which was tied for the fourth most in a single-match among SLC players... tallied four of the top seven single-match block totals for the Mavericks... led team in kills once and was team leader in blocks a team-best 15 times... season-high nine kills at UTSA (9/26)... tallied season-high three service aces twice with three against Texas State (10/11) and at Nicholls (10/25)... season-high seven digs at UTSA (9/27)... posted season-high eight blocks twice, including at North Texas (8/30) and at Nicholls (10/25).
A four-year starter and letterwinner at Woodrow High School for Coach Jim Harris... as a senior, was voted second team all-area by the Dallas Morning News and named 13-4A Most Valuable Player, leading the district with 223 blocks... in 2006 led Skyline Club with 170 blocks... tabbed first team all-district as a junior... second team all-district pick after sophomore season... selected 2004 10-4A Newcomer of the Year... led high school to four straight district titles... 2004 club team won Texas Championship Series and Open Regional title... played with the North Dallas Juniors team in the summer of 2008 and competed in the national tournament... club team placed 13th at Junior Olympics (Houston)... also a member of the National Honor Society.
Daughter of George and Ginny Shearin... father, George, played basketball at Samford, cousin, Mary Elizabeth Trull, played volleyball at Clemson, uncle, Joe Shearin, played college football at Texas and professionally with the Los Angeles Rams, grandfather, George Shearin, played baseball and basketball at Baylor, and great grandfather W.H. (Buddy) Lewis, played for the St. Louis Cardinals... born Sept. 14, 1989... an undeclared major at UT Arlington.
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