AJ Lux

#10 AJ Lux

HT. 5'10"
YR. Jr.
HOMETOWN Shelbyville, Ind.

2016 Season (Sophomore)
First Team All-SoCon ... during the DoubleTree Hotel Buccaneer Challenge recorded a total of 20 kills .... DoubleTree Hotel Buccaneer Challenge All-Tournament team ... recorded 16 kills while hitting .412 and recording four blocks vs. USC Upstate (9/3) ... hit a staggering .684 vs. Hampton (9/2) ... Liberty Invitational All-Tournament team ... registered 17 kills with a hitting percentage of .538 while recording a career-high two service aces and eight digs vs. Georgia Southern (9/17) ... had a career-high 20 kills, hitting .311 and having six digs and two blocks at Furman (9/23) ... from September 16 to October 7 had six straight double-digit kill performances ... SoCon Player of the Month (September) ... had five straight matches of hitting over .300 from Oct.12-22 ... in the SoCon Tournament Quarterfinals had 12 kills, hitting .423 with three service aces and five blocks vs. Furman (11/19) ... ranked second in the SoCon in hitting percentage (.332) and 10th in kills per set (2.90) ... ended the season with an attack percentage of .332, ranking 4th best in a single-season in ETSU history

2015 Season (Freshman)
Saw time on the court for the Bucs in 25 matches as a freshman...Started in the team's last six matches...Finished fifth on the team with 89 kills...Hit .417 with 13 kills vs. Chattanooga (Nov. 13)...Posted six kills in eight attempts with no errors (.750 hitting percentage) in an Oct. 31 contest vs. Mercer...Had a season-high four blocks at UNCG (Nov. 7).

About Lux
Played three years at Shelbyville High School and one at Roncalli, compiling over 90 wins over her high school career ... Won three sectional (2011, 2013, 2014) and two regional championships (2011, 2014), while guiding Roncalli to the 2014 Final Four ... Named all-conference in 2012.

Born May 20, 1997 ... Daughter of Jared and Leigh Lux ... Father (Jared) played collegiate basketball at IUPUI and cousin (Jacqueline) played volleyball at MTSU ... Plans to major in criminal justice...Chose ETSU because the campus and area of Johnson City was exactly what she was looking for.