Audrey Nalls gets career kill 1000 in 3-2 win over Texas Tech

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By Ray Cartwright

Frogs Today Senior Writer



FORT WORTH – Audrey Nalls became the 13th player in TCU Volleyball history to reach the 1000 kill mark in her career.

Nalls entered the match only needing two kills to reach that milestone. The moment came in the first set when Cecily Bramschreiber set Nalls who put it away and gave TCU a 14-9 lead.

“It was very surprising, I had no idea I was that close,” Nalls said. “Last year helped me out a bunch, and obviously this season has been going pretty good, it’s awesome. I’m super excited.”

To reach a 1000 kills in a career is an incredible accomplishment that every outside hitter dreams of, but few reach.

“In volleyball it’s super special,” coach Jason Williams said. “If you do the math, that’s 250 kills a season and that basically means you need to be averaging double-digit kills every match. Everybody that hits the 1000 kill mark it’s just super special.”

Behind Nall’s special achievement, TCU was able to beat Texas Tech 3-2 completing the Texas two-step with the Red Raiders.

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