|High School:||South Western|
|Major:||Early Elementary Education|
2013: Enters her junior season looking to expand her role on the Spartan squad ... has been working as the Spartans' reserve setter in addition to her work as an outside hitter ... is a smart player that works extremely hard ... has impressed the coaching staff with her continual improvement.
2012: Played in 23 matches, drawing a start in five of those contests ... played in 56 sets during the year ... accumulated 72 kills, good for an average of 1.29 per set ... hit .115 in 270 attempts ... handed out 15 assists ... served at 77.3% in 66 attempts with five aces ... received serve at 90% in 60 attempts ... registered 48 digs ... added 14 total blocks to the Spartan defense ... totaled 84.5 points for an average of 1.51 points per set for the year ... recorded a career-high 10 kills in the September 8 match vs. Lebanon Valley ... hit a career-high .333 (10 kills, 3 errors, 21 attempts) in that same match ... handed out a career-high four assists vs. Pitt-Bradford on September 1 ... set a career-high with nine digs in the October 20 match against Muhlenberg ... established a career-high with three blocks in the September 25 match against Frostburg State.
2011: Appeared in eight matches and 11 sets during the season ... recorded seven kills and three assists ... serve percentage was .786 on 14 attempts ... registered eight digs and two blocks ... finished the season with 10 total points ... had a season-high three kills and 10 attacks at Wesley on Oct 21.
Personal: Is an early elementary education major with a minor in special education and business administration ... is the daughter of Charles and Mary Beth Martinak ... born on September 10, 1993 ... played for Paul Zeroth and Kathy Harman at South Western High School ... played club for Revolution East ... was a member of the 2008 York County Champions as the Mustangs were ranked eighth in the state ... annually earned academic honor rolll accolades at South Western ... has been on the Dean's List at YCP while she is a two-time CAC All-Academic pick.