Kaela Massey

#5 Kaela Massey

POS. MB
HT. 6'1"
YR. Fr.
HOMETOWN Brentwood, Tenn.
PREVIOUS SCHOOL Brentwood HS

2017 Season (Sophomore)

Played in 92 sets…recorded a new career-high seven digs vs. UNCG (10/20)…also recorded a new career milestone of 11 blocks during the same match against UNCG (10/20)…finished second on team in total blocks (82) and blocks per set (0.89)…had a season-high 11 kills vs. Western Carolina (9/19)...named to the SoCon All-Academic Team…earned the Pinnacle Award during the SoCon Championship for having the highest GPA among championship eligible teams.

2016 Season (Freshman)
SoCon All-Freshman Team ... began career with eight straight games recording at least four blocks ... SoCon Defensive Player of the Week (Sept.5) ... had a career-high 13 kills at Clemson (9/9) ... at Samford had a career-high four service aces (9/24) ... had a career-high three assists vs. The Citadel (10/22) ... registered a career-high seven blocks vs. Wofford (10/28) ... had four games during 2016 with at least seven blocks ... ended the season ranking second in the SoCon in blocks per set with 1.23

About Massey
Massey earned several accolades playing at Brentwood High School where she was a four-year varsity starter…The Brentwood, Tenn. native is a two-time All-District selection and was named the MVP of the district as a senior…In addition to All-District accolades, Massey was named as an AVCA Under Armor All-American Honorable Mention and Region MVP this past season… She also was a player on three state championship teams at Brentwood High School…Massey has also excelled in the classroom as she was named the JMB Scholar-Athlete of the Month and to the Impact Athletic Honors Tennessee State Team…She was also a member of the National Honor Society and has been named to the honor roll in each of the past three years.

Personal
Born Nov. 18, 1997...Daughter of Nina and Troy Massey...Mother played basketball at Lipscomb University...Plans to major in nursing...Chose ETSU because of the atmosphere on and off the court and for the ETSU Nursing Program.