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Elizabeth Johnbull

  • position MB
  • height 5-10
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Pflugerville, Texas
  • High school Connally
  • position MB
  • height 5-10
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Pflugerville, Texas
  • High school Connally

Elizabeth Johnbull Bio


2014 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2013 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2012 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

2014 (JUNIOR)

Saw time in 17 matches, including six starts
Averaged 1.00 kills per set and 0.55 blocks per set
Recorded a career-high seven blocks vs. Georgia Tech (8/30)
Tallied a season-high nine kills on 16 attempts with just one error to match career-high with a .500 hitting percentage against North Florida (9/13)
Had four blocks vs. Mississippi State (10/24)


Played in 16 matches, including 10 starts
Averaged 1.16 kills per set while hitting .260 on the season
Tallied career-high 13 kills while hitting a career-best .500 against Furman (9/7)
Had four blocks against Winthrop (9/7)
Pitched in six kills while hitting .500 and two blocks against LSU (11/24)


Played in nine matches as a middle blocker, all off the bench
Twice tallied three kills without an error, coming against Navy (9/2) and at Mississippi State (10/19)
Also had a block assist against the Midshipwomen
Got a solo stuff at Mississippi (10/21)


Earned three letters in volleyball from coaches Christi Dreier and Ruxton Williamson at John B. Connally High School
Earned first-team all-district honors as a senior, posting 3.2 kills per set and 331 digs
Led the Cougars to a district title in 2011
As a junior, she posted 3.1 kills per game, gaining best offensive player accolades in District 16-4A
Helped the team to qualify for the district playoffs that year
Twice named the team’s most improved player
A three-time academic all-district honoree
Played for Max Performances in club under coach Mike Swem


Elizabeth Iselema Johnbull is the daughter of Enoch and Darlene Johnbull
Has four siblings, Tonye, Daryl, Derek and Celina
Says former coach Christi Dreier was her biggest influence in volleyball, pushing her to improve her skills
Majoring in public health