#5 Mary Siebert
|HIGH SCHOOL||James Island Charter HS|
Played in all 27 matches, starting 11...Served as team captain...Third on the team with 278 digs, averaging 2.81 a set...Posted 19 service aces...Tallied 13 matches with double-digit digs...Recorded back-to-back double-doubles in victories against Carson-Newman (9/15) and Lincoln Memorial (9/16)...Logged 67 kills and 16 assists...Tied a career-high in digs with 27 against Belmont Abbey (9/8).
Played in all 32 matches... Recorded 359 digs, averaging 3.23 per set... Tallied 17 matches with double-digit digs... Posted 39 kills, 26 assists and 15 service aces... Tallied a career-high 27 digs vs. Queens (11/11)... Recorded a season-high nine kills against UVa-Wise (9/2) and Emmanuel (9/9).
Played in all 27 matches as a freshman... Second on the team with 196 kills, averaging 1.92 per set… Third on the team with 288 digs… Recorded 23 total blocks… Posted four double-doubles and recorded five matches with double-digit kills… Had a season high 14 kills vs. Lees-McRae (9/4) and vs. Belmont Abbey (9/5)... Recorded a season high 20 digs vs. Brevard College (9/26)...
Prior to Newberry
Mary Siebert is a 5-foot-8 outside hitter from James Island Charter HS in Charleston. Siebert was a four-year member of the varsity squad and served as a captain in her final two seasons. Each of her four years she was named the most valuable player and an All-Region selection. In 2014, she was named to the South Carolina Coaches Association North/South All-Star team, the Post and Courier All-Low Country Volleyball Team, the Post and CourierAll-State and the most valuable player at the Porter-Gaud Invitational, Island Bash and the Wando Invitational. Siebert also received an invitation to attend the USA High Performance Women’s Junior A2 Team Program in 2014 after amassing 395 kills to set her school record with over 1,200 career kills.
Siebert was the 2013 South Carolina Coaches Association 3A Player of the Year and played club volleyball for the Carolina Islanders for six years, five as a co-captain, with fellow Newberry signees Maggie Marsh and Samantha DeJong. At the 2014 AAU National Championships, Siebert was named to the All-America team. She is the daughter of Derick and Aggie Siebert and has an older sister, Claudia, who will also be attending Newberry this fall. She plans on majoring in Physical Therapy while receiving a minor in Athletic Training.