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Abreia Epps

  • position OH
  • height 6-
  • class Junior
  • Hometown Columbia, S.C.
  • High school Charlotte
  • position OH
  • height 6-
  • class Junior
  • Hometown Columbia, S.C.
  • High school Charlotte

Abreia Epps Bio


2016-17 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll
2015 All-Conference USA Second Team
2013 Athletic Director’s List academic team

2017 (SENIOR)

Played in 81 sets over 24 matches
Averaged 1.85 kills per set
Set a season high with 13 kills against Alabama (11/17)
Had 12 kills and hit .406 against Arkansas (11/12)

2016 (JUNIOR)

Played a major role in her first season with the team, making 16 starts and playing in 26 matches
Averaged 1.92 kills per set, third-best on the team, and hit .238
Hit .588 with 11 kills in the win over Furman, the team’s second-highest hitting percentage of the season (9/3)
Had four matches with double-digit kills, highlighted by a season-high 13 against William & Mary (9/17)
Named to the Gamecock Invitational All-Tournament team after totaling 21 kills over the ten sets (9/17)

2013-15 (CHARLOTTE)

Redshirted the 2013 season
Recorded 263 kills in her first playing season with 62 total blocks and 41 digs in 27 starts as a redshirt freshman in 2014.
Named C-USA’s Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 28, 2015 after hitting .354 with 55 kills averaging 4.23/set over three matches.
Recorded 14 double-digit kill performances for the season.
Hit a career-high 21 kills against UTEP on Sept. 21, 2015.
Finished second on the team with 280 kills while recording 45 total blocks and 40 digs as a front row player in her sophomore season.
All-Conference USA Second Team honoree in 2015.


Played her high school volleyball for the Blythewood Bengals
Led the team to the regional title as a senior
Earned All-Area honors from The State newspaper


Daughter of Ameache Grady and Byron Wilson
Has three brothers, Tyreq and Terrell Grady and Byron Wilson, Jr.
Enrolled in grad school, pursuing a Masters in Counselor Education