9 Trisha Mockapetris
9 Trisha Mockapetris
Height: 5-10
Year: R-Sr.
Hometown: Ellicott City, Md.
High School: Centennial
Position: OH/DS

R-Senior (2017): Did not participate in any matches.

R-Junior (2016): Missed the season due to injury...earned SSC Commissioner Honor Roll recognition for earning a 3.2 grade point average or better.

Junior (2015): Participated in five matches before a season-ending injury, granted a medical redshirt...earned SSC Commissioner Honor Roll recognition for earning a 3.2 grade point average or better.

Sophomore (2014) (JSU): Saw action in 11 matches as a sophomore at Jacksonville State, recording 12 kills in 15 sets played…totaled a season-high five kills with a .556 attack percentage against Alabama A&M (10/7).

Freshman (2013) (JSU): Saw action in 17 matches and was on the floor in 29 sets as a true freshman for the Gamecocks…had 32 kills for an average of 1.1 kills per set…recorded a season-high six kills against New Orleans (9/14) and then had five later in the same day against Alabama State…had half of her six digs in one match, a three-dig effort vs. Savannah State (9/13).

High School: Played for the Eagles at Centennial High School…helped her team win district championships in 2009 and 2010 and region championships in 2010 and 2012…named the Player of the Year for the Howard County Times, the Baltimore Sun and the Varsity Sports Network in 2012…named first-time All-Metro all four years of high school…finished her senior campaign with 205 kills and 182 digs.

Personal: Daughter of David and Valerie Mockapetris…has one older sister, Tehya…her father David played football at Cornell…majoring in event management and early education…enjoys traveling.