SAN DIEGO STATE 2016
Made 13 starts in her first season as an Aztec, appearing in a total of 21 matches ... Second on the squad with a .312 hitting percentage for the season ... Recorded a career-high 13 kills in back-to-back matches vs. Murray State (Sept. 3) and vs. UC Irvine (Sept. 7) ... Also had a season high .722 hitting percentage in the contest vs. Murray State with 13 kills and no errors on 18 attacks ... Hit .333 or high in 10 matches ... Personal best five blocks vs. Murray State, at Rhode Island (Sept. 9) and at Utah State (Oct. 20) ... Averaged just under two points per set (1.94) with a high of 15.5 vs. Murray State (Sept. 3) ... Averaged 1.08 kills and 0.68 blocks per set in 11 Mountain West matches.
Three-year varsity letterwinner at Hebron High School in Carrollton, Texas ... Coached there by Karin Keeney ... Helped lead Hawks to the 2015 Texas 6A State Championship ... Hebron HS was ranked No. 1 in Texas and No. 2 in the nation by MaxPreps ... Averaged 1.7 kills, 0.7 blocks and 1.0 digs per set as a senior along with a .427 kill percentage ... Named first-team all-District 6 ... Chosen a PrepepVolleyball.com Breakthrough Player ... Also a 2015 Academic All-District honoree.
Played one season for three different clubs including LoneStar Volleyball Club (Frisco, Texas), Knights Volleyball Academy (Plano, Texas) and Mad Frog Volleyball Club (Plano, Texas) ... Selected LoneStar Volleyball Club's Outstanding Hitter.
Tamia Breann Reeves was born in Odessa, Texas ... Daughter of Shelly Reeves ... Mother played softball at Texas Tech ... Enjoys playing cards, baking and ping pong ... Favorite athlete is American indoor volleyball player Destinee Hooker ... Also recruited by Alabama state, Eastern Michigan and new Mexico State ... An undeclared major at San Diego State.