Conference announces honorees for fall sports
Reno Native Is Twin Sister Of Pack Outside Hitter Grace Anxo
Utah State at Nevada
Seeking more playing time in year two in the Nevada volleyball program...will work more as a defensive specialist in her sophomore year with the Wolf Pack but could still see some time at outside hitter...Reno native who along with her twin sister Grace decided to stay home to play collegiate volleyball.
2010 (Fr.): Saw limited action in her freshman season playing in seven matches and eight sets...totaled one kill on the year coming at Missouri (Aug. 28)...earned first volleyball letter.
Four-year volleyball letterwinner at Reno's Bishop Manogue High School for coach Jason Sterrett...three-time first-team all-state and all-region selection...named to academic all-state squad in 2009...helped BMHS win the 2008 4A State Championship...played club volleyball for Northern Nevada Juniors.
Enjoys spending time with her family especially at Graeagle...likes watching movies, listening to music, going to the lake and playing beach volleyball with her twin sister Grace...chose Nevada because Reno is home and she grew up going to Wolf Pack games and was excited to get the opportunity to play for the Pack... chose Nevada over TCU, Colorado State and Montana State...sports hero is John Elway...career highlight was winning 2008 state title playing for Bishop Manogue High School...daughter of John and Yvonne Anxo...biology major.